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 Material Information
Title: Venice gondolier
Uniform Title: Venice gondolier (Venice, Fla. 1946)
Physical Description: 20 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Carroll H. Williams
Place of Publication: Venice Fla
Creation Date: August 22, 1947
Publication Date: 1946-1964
Frequency: semiweekly[ -1964]
weekly[ former 1946-]
semiweekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Venice (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Sarasota County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Sarasota -- Venice
Coordinates: 27.098611 x -82.438889 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 6, 1946)-v. 20, no. 14 (Feb. 17, 1964).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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,.yDICfl ---. GONDOLIER ;
"A Newspaper

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LAVIISL "PAST IrwLIWOOS y

L. 2. KO :25! FRIDAY, AUGUST 22, 1947 I'1W
PRICE FIVE CENT3


chool to be REPAIRS NEEDED ANDIMPROVEMENTS | ACCOMPLISHED REPAIRS ANDIMPROVEMENTS Public Hearing to be Held .| i -



ispected AT AT On $47,738 Budget; May [ |


(y Trustees VENICENOKOMISSCHOOL VENICENOKOMISSCHOOL Cut Tax Rate to 21 Mills "


Recommended to County AS REPORTED

". ,I the fall term scheduled! to. Superintendent Verman AUGUST 18, 1947 Indicating; a possible drop in the tax rate from last jcars :!j. i
weeks a
two peril
r: in another mill levy to 21 mill this year', the Unite city council last Tuesday
Kimbrough
of the Venice- by Principal 6TII CR\IL
infection night adopted a tentative budget totaling $47738 A public hearing
)mi School Is slated to be Homer Mikesell Barracks building moved .n will 1 I be held on the bUdget September 2.

\ce today by two District 8 MAY 20, 1947 lions Venice Army Air Field now Although rills is appioxima'-iy ,
tees Alvin P. Jones of Nc. b 'Ing sealed and painted Fluui- $14000 more than was sot up <'n i
and H S. Bowden of Vonef C.LNFRVL: recent lighting and fieen pla>.," last 'par's budget. the recent assessment 'Parade of Horses'Added f
blackboards being Installid I
Repair! or jep'-ct' lochs! un valuation increase is expected Event

;. objective 1 of the tiipf doors GENERAL to bring in enough rev'en,ie :

f said will be to determine ed Replace window all panes broken and crau.- 42 adjustable desks delivered, to permit a "uf In the tax rale 1 For Labor Day ;

'. many of the 'repairs and imI Flood lights in front of buIdI; I to be Installed most of them .n tIt'as pointed out hovvevu

I fments they recommended In" math room. I that most city taxpayers will still !
of "Parade of
Addition tro
Fix crumbled edges cf vinuiit Fuel oil heaters, one for each : a
i May to County Superinteu steps, room delivered and ready for lit get tax bills as large 01 laii". I Horse," event to the already ou .
. : Verman Kimbrough actually: Repair lockers I:btallatlon than those they received U ;t standing program arranged for

e made during the summer. Move lockers from "dress!!ng New wash basins 13) Instald! year inasmuch as their propel I Venice big Labor Day celebtlon '< -
rooms"' into building In boys and girls toilets now has higher! assessed: valuation
l"ie Gondolier lists these d\.- a a week from next MonJiy
|.-d recommendations made ly New locks :nave been oidered'MNEW I! than It carried last year,) I was decided upon last night a. A

:Ipal Homer Mikesell and tf.eL OUTDOOR BASKETIIALLICOURT I Mallory Resigns meeting of chairmen of the ;.*...

: report"* given U I Hard surface New coals etc. resignation of Phillips H. Malleiv 'the American Legion, which 'J

r this! seek by James A. High Additional storage: space '01' as city supervisor, effective S..:). I sponsoring the holiday affair. ,

ir, Kimbioughs assistant in text-books, tember 1, and called for a public General Chairman B E. Bow n : t
t'(e of maintenance, in the Additional Ftoraxe for band Instruments hearing, also to be held on the announced at the meeting, held'

olumns to the right.) Means cf. access to roof preferably night of September 2. on estimated at the Legion Venice Air Bi P

III Summer Long lock type laddir rates necessary to cover op-i- clubhouse, that the league-leal-; .

|li: summer long,' Jones sa<.1lie All plumbing should be checked ation, maintenance interest anti: Ing Venice softball team wi:
--- leaky valves in toilet etc sinking fund requirements for the meet the Blanton squad from
test
tried :
personally
: my
I Exposed wiring In south hull ..
te that at least some of tae should be eliminated proposed $275000 sanitary sewer Sarasota In a special game l
.: necessary things were done Screens should be provided for (Continued on page three) 4:30: p.m, Labor Day The gain

I ie VeNce.Nokomls School, I ---- will be played on the diamond r''Z

|The trustees were particularly FOR 100 GIRLSShown Venice to Have I near Immediately the Trail and after Venice the qu avenue JI'-- .t.

OUi to obtain an outdoor ba ,-
terhorse racing. I
New Permanent
ball court to have adequate
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Paride of the Hor e-
The
ft facilities provided and toe '
the auditorium doors chantto .- Registration Set-up will! be staged through the dowi
town district about 2 p.m.. JU..L
that: they will swing ou>
rd A new permanent registration: before the stall of the quait, rhone -

Nut Consulted r set-up for citizens of Venice \vas racing, In addition to n-:

|I've bets Informed an Army a decided upon by the city council ed quarterhorses from all parts oi
this week the West Coast cow pomes au
lacks building has been moved
the list of other locally.o\\ m'd horses *',1.1
I the Nokomis School for use ty In order to keep
t Sixth Grade although we Ar.a qualified electors as up to dau paiticlpatc
council decltl d lUnd Engaged
er were consulted about sue.1acllon as possible, the
and that the county that henceforth the name of any Engagement of Tie Sunshin' 1
falls to vote In vo well known
ool maintenance crew has jet citizen who Boys, Sarasota band -
consecutive regular city elections over Radio SU-
t Nokomis School work go tot for its playing
very end of the vacation per- will be stricken from the list cf tlon WSPB to play for ball: E

darting work first- _In__ Sa.a- voters automatically I square and round darces at KMIin
a: That will mean that so long as the evening was announced by

Jcnes; although advised of any citizen votes at least once T, S. Eddy chairman of the daises
'
"Itoll'er's meagre accomplish- every two years he or she \l'lllnJt committee

tit report, said hi and Bow. ha veto register again Those Commander Ralph O Simpson
n preferred to make no further who miss two consecutive elections and Chairman Bowen today are

JII1ent until they Inspect the however will have to rl" making a tour of all cities within

,001.l I A statement for next register befo,<, becoming eligible a 100-mile radius of Venic",

*t', Issue of The Gondolier to cast their ballots placing; pos'ers and otherwise!
Promised lIo County registration publicizing the Labor Day celebration

Enlarge Cafeteriala ""- At the present time re-re.is- liere
tratlon of cou sty voters Is In p ogiess Bowen reported a good adva s J
addition to the work above Is the lone'a..11
repot-
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with W T, Dixon, county sale of the combination tlclvi'sbeing
by Hightower to have b non basin" provided for the more thorn ,
reminding tr '
supervisor of registration sold at $1.50, covering
'-* at the Nokomis School the 100 girl students lit the Venic-- i ;
'I' vicinity that ant
residents of this fish fry. quarterhoise racing :
Fool this .
maintenance crew under Nokomis school In space
more davsuntil in ,
they have only a few dance and entertainment ,11
ct '
Wilkinson he "additional' toilet facilities" w : said after I September 1-to reglt'tr evening at which time beat:',
itting |Its work in Sarasota Installed this summer The object registration DOOM will L
locally as the contest and other prs
"d to the Laurel right Is a delapidated -
the lower
School H ret at will be moved bock to the gout awarded. Children's tickets .e
major "waste basket '
improvement was en. broken-bottom house In Sarasota on that date, priced at 50c for all three even( .
foment of the cafeteria U )
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local cltlzrfis -
( Pointing out that
Continued on page six) considerable SOIL ELECTION
can save themselves
under build-
-- ventilation openings
I making for the Sarasota -
In*, time and Inconvenience by Five supervisors
WeatheR Replace broken sash cords.Take it a point to register locally Soil Conservation DistnU
I IIPERAT1I1E down old flower box before the September 1 deadline! will be elected in county-wide 'W-!

east side building officials of NjVel Post No, 1S3 toting next Tusday, August ''C.

1' RAINFALL REPAIRS.IPRO'ElIESTS.: and Lemon Bay Post No, 276 of The local polls will be located it:
High Low Inches ETC. BY ROOMS: the American Legion Joined in the Venice-Nokomis Chamber of

evtoUsly I 1", Aug l ', reported .......... 5.:3 MISS McAMISFix i'I the re-registration campaign. Commerce, with Harry A. Bea-:1:

t., 15 86 69 001 leaks which cause water Registration books are now h,- in charge and will be open flora
.:2'Aug 16 88 70 3 12 spots on ceiling: and wall repaint cated as follows: VENICE. Ven 9 a.m. to 5 p m Any person qualified .
Aug, 17 89 69 007 where necessary. Ice-Nokomis Chamber of Commerce to vote In general election
on., broken windows.
Aug
18 88 73 0.00 Replace NOKOMIS. Nokomis fftoffice and who Is also a landowner in
,
es,. Replace sash cords :
1., Aug Aug, 19 85 66 002 OFFICE : ENGLEWOOD, Lemm the proposed districts Is ellgibUto
20Auj 84 69 OvO vote It was announced uv
Ufs.. Water spots. Bay Fisheries: OSPREY, Osprey ,
21 86 71 MS Install "gate"' between llbri:y Mercantile Co. i County Agent W E. Evans.
sal; to four) I
date this month ...... 3 53 (Continued on page four I (Continued on page





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VENICE GONDOLIER Friday Allillst 22
Page Two

Becomes Subscribe Now to The Gondolier. -Only $2,50 Per y |
Mrs. Alice B. Lumley *
GULF .................
Bride of Lester R. Luckey FOR SALE

Theatre afternoon: at 2:30:
Mrs. Alice B, Lumley of Venice last Friday
Phone 296 Venice Fla o'clock at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gerry Pestotnlk formerly of on Sioux Venice Falls By- Government Surplus
Way became the bride of Lester Ross Luckey : Buildings
One Show Nightly 8 p.m. S. D. The Rev. Hendley F. Jelks officiated.
fn the simple mis Bank, were hostesses at M" 20 x 60 20 x.100

SATURDAY bride was Eddys Albee road home at a 20'
FRIDAY x 90 16 x 16
August 21-23 Mrs ,James T, shower for the bride-to-be .
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vln served as best Gifts were placed In a large
DOUBLE FEATURE .' labeed: i PARKS & TATE
Mrs. luckey black and silver 's fe.
Tumbleweed Trail" ternoon dress "Lumley.Luckey B ank' In silver
; Venice: Army Air Base
Gamble' sot Its and her flo letters.
"Philo Aance'i gardenias Lexicon and bridge were en- t......... .... .. ................>>

SUNDAY OM\ Those present Joyed during the evening, with
.August 24 Mrs Pestotnik, high honors In bridge being won
Robert R. Shanley : Mrs. Albert Moremen. Consolation -
by
Sweetheart of Sigma Chi"MOND.Y H E Weltz and : prize went to Mis Public NoticeA
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: riE 5D.*Y \1.*, Dale Charles C Lowe. Mrs. Ben Dunn
Florence Byers. winner, with Mrs
August 23.2C was the lexicon
Mr. and Mrs George Anderson receiving the
The Secret lltarl'EDFXIUI ''at the consolation prize. public hearing will be held at th'ity oit Ct
I where he Is
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August 27 28Lot ,I Ralph O 3Irs. Edna Dye TUESDAY SEPTEMBER
2, 1947
Laughs .\tnly Hard>." Thoma* S Edd\ Honored With
MM, Lucke at on the following Tentithe Budget of the City nil(

'I Stork Shower I Venice for the year ending October 31 t i"4S} :
SALE !

J SPECIAL Tradtd In Instrument) Mrs Edna Dye was honored last
(Sew and TENTATIVE BUDGET
I Thursday night at the Pines H,>- I
HERE INOIK
HIGH S( IIOOL MUSICIANS
One-third Down and From S3.00 Per tel with a stork shower, given for CITY OF VENICE. FLORIDA
I her by her sister-in-law, M.s Year
Ending October 31 1948
New
33 Trumpit
Trombone Used $
.. I received many
' Beatrice D\e She
850

".. New.. j.120 S 80 ('I.ulnrt'd" beautiful gifts.those present were: Administration City Clerk ..:....... ...................................... $310000
Among City Engineer .......................................... 240000
; ALPHA MUSIC Mrs. Helen Rid nllu' Mrs. Helm Clerical Help ....................................... ... 60000
Richardson. Mrs, Mcijoile A4o,'- Legal and Auditing ............................... .. 1.000.00
Hr.. "h.I"i, Mr...nhrn.drUnnd M.ie.lir, \\ f.ln! .hi>....,tnt Jan, Mrs Verna Haliws Mrs. Stationery and Printing .......................... 350 00
11', UVHf: At :Ml'NrniniilSll : Rend Tp..rUrt..I. Helen Curwood. Mrs Cecilia Miscellaneous ........................................... 30000 $ ".755X1
Radio H.p.lr. Hodl. Rented Cameras Lewis Mil Billie ,'J",bprry. M.s. ._. _
Ruth Ku>'kend\ll. Mrs Al!-.e Fire Department:

t Claunch of Mobl', Ala. MIss Chief .... .................................... $2 10000
Lorraine Wilson and Miss }tae Assistant .. ................................. 72000
Gas. Oil and Repairs ................................ 17500
Trlsman Volunteers .. .. ....................................... 25000
I BRADY'S Gifts also were received frvn Miscellaneous ... ........................................ 225 00
I Mrs. Virginia B:-oiiard, Bern '! Hydrant Rental.. .................................... 1.60000 $ 5.0:03:
'Potaby Penny Hull andIrs, _
i I' Evelyn Henry. Police Department:

SEA Chief .... .. ................................. $2.40000
I Assistant .... .. .. .............................. 2.10000
Values"e i Gas Oil and Repairs .............................. 72000
i ON THE TRAIL Miscellaneous .. ............................. 200.00 $ not I
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Street Department:

Garbage Removal..................................... $4 420 00
Wages .. ... .. ................._............. 7.22800
I Gas, Oil and Repal ............................ 1.000 00
Miscellaneous ........... ... ....................... .... 500 00
Street Lighting ........................................ 2,50000 SlS6I8i1O
SATURDAY, AUGUST '

I General:
II I OPEN 12 NOON TO 10 P.M. & Buildings Upkeep and Improvments. $7.50000

Street and Sewer Improvements ......... 2.500 00
Insurance and Taxes ........................... .. 75000
Advertising ................. .................... 60000
Contingencies .. ....... ... ........................ 2,50000 $1385030TOTAL |
SUMMER -
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VENICE VACATION Estimated Receipt: .. .. ........... ............- ... $47.73300


SPECIALS! Occupational Licenses ....... .................... $7,000.00
Water Works Bookkeeping .................... 600.00
Fines and Forfeitures .............................. 250 00
Dog Licenses .. .. ............................... 25 00
Regular $It Building Permits .... ............................... 250.00
COMPANY MACHINEPERMANENT Alrbase Leases ........... ...... .................... 2.00000
Road and Bridge Fund ..... .. ... 2 000.00 .
Delinquent 1 Tax Collections I :::.:::::::::::::... 500000: -Sl'OiSOO-

$8.50 To Be Raised By Real Estate Taxes ...... ... $3066300 1

Registered Real Estate -a- SINKING FUND

Regular $12 Surplus on Hand November 1, 1947
Cash $7 818 88
WE HAVE SEVERAL COLD WAVE Bonds : ::::::::::::::::::\:::::::::: -8:000.00 $15 818 dt 1


NICE $10.00 Estimated Receipts:
HOMES AND 3 mill R. E. Levy..... ..........................". $680000
Delinquent Taxes ...................................... 1000.00 $ 780000
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Includes Oil Shampoo Test
APARTMENT -
Curls., Restyling, Resetting, Total. I Available I for the Year ............................ $"361861
FOR SALE 4 \\ay Hair Shaping Required to Meet Interest Payments ........... _-936000_

Indicated Surplus at end of Year ................. $14.25831
Prices CHARMBeauty
Reasonable
All attend t ti's'
SalonTRIXIE hearing. interested parties are invited to |


3 Nokomis Avenue South LCCILE .
CLYDE V. HIGEL,
223 West Miami Ave
"In Pu' liens To Help Build Venice and \'en'ce Phone 2811 MAYOR,
1 City of Venice
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R. G. HAINES. Owner "AHCMMWNEDSTORE"
Phone 3.33. TERMS IF DESIRED 321 West Venice Avenue


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VENICE OONDOIJER Page Throe

" Council With Councilman Finn
City presiding In the Caspwsen partment costs by having only This calls for an over.all11.
absence of County Adopts
(Continued from page one) the president Dr. T. S. one man. but eventually decided, crease of one mill over the U./
the council Thompson as Mayor Hlgel put It, that "fie set last year by the county com
went over the list citizens of $627,332 BudgetThe
iteffl. tOn of proposed city Venice would rattier missioners. This does not Include
night, too, the expenditures Item have 24-hour
same
that by Item. police protection any school board mlllage rates if
auncil will hold a third public than to save the one mill that Sarasota County commission figures.
waring on M application by the One of their first steps along elimination of one officer would last Monday adopted a $627- ..
iohn M. Luterman for permission money-saving line was their enable us to lop off the tax rate." 332 budget for the 1947-48 fiscal
start a new taxicab service In unanimous decision, at the sug The complete Community forests have been
tentative an Increase of
o budget: year approxima e- established for
roifce. with rates of 20 cents forM gestion of Mayor Clyde V. Hhrel l, Is on Page 2. In Europe hen"turles.
to eliminate their ly *77,000 over last year. I I .
first mile and 25 cents per own salaries of
alle thereafter. $10 per month, as well as themayor's I
lit an advertisement on Page 6, $10 per month honorarium
BETTER
"BUYS"
he basic units" for the proposed AT BAKER'S!
ewer system as set up by Con- "Such a step will at least Jaw
ulting Engineer C. K. 8. Dodd, the city $600 a year" declar.-d
listed. Mayor Hlgel. "and I don't think\
Under this proposal, a residen any of us are doing this work b,,. COMPLETE HOMEFURNISHINGS
ould be considered as one basic cause of the pay we receive, Personally .
nit. The council proposes a rate I think $10 a month is
18$24 per year for each unit,pay- an Insult, anyway." ';/
ble monthly. A ready-to-setve Retain Two PolicemenThe .
dirge of $2 per year would bessessed I council discussed
the NEW
nj- MODERN DESIGNS
5EEDURNEWHdVlE
against each vacant lof. Visability of reducing police da- ':
UP-TO-THE-MINUTE STYLING! '

a LOWEST PRICES OUTFIT *

Why Not Vacation



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EL VATIc HOTEL
SARASOTA FLA.
ZH w. Venice ,
Ate. VENICE, FLORIDA Phone 3572

Across From Bus Station On Main Street
JAMES M. McCLURE THELMA H. TRESHER
Owner Manager "DEALER FOR B\DCOCK FURNITURE"REOPENED

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LIAR'S After Extensive Remodeling, including provision of a Dance Floor :


LOUNGE in the center of our Main Dining Room,


Where You Can Relax The TARPON CENTER RESTAURANT

With A Tall, Cool

Drink Is Open Once Again.

I* Now LocatedIn

The Main We Invite YOU to Dine Here at tables overlooking the water while


TARPON CENTER You enjoy the Cool Gulf Breezes.

RESTAURANT

Building .

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Restaurant Open 5 p.m. to Midnight


/ Bar Open 10 a.m. to Midnight


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VENICE OONDOLLiR P'1'MaY. August 21, uP
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Pace Four
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Needed RepairsContinued AccomplishedContinued CHURCHES

from page one) VENICL-NOKOMIS
(
one) METHODISt
( from page CHURCH
Bay Point, NakoaU
and office. Shelf on top.
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George I- ,
JtmiH
LIBRARYRepaint .. Sunday H:1: .
(necessary because of 11 Morning ,hI,.
SG. : |
). :.si :.. youth 'IO;: .
remodeling pm'E rT"1"1'Wedneaday.
s of f ; ,
sections
At least two new Viso p.m. ?,.....
and .
book cases prayer King sonic
"1 do not agree with a word you uy, but I will defend At'DITORIUM: Englewood ServicnuL'p.twt"1
'with my life your right to lay It.VOL'J'AIRE New blackout shades. School', May "'-
f p.m. Church ....I...
Published every Friday. Editorial and bme.neM office 313 West New screen.
Venice Avenue, Venice, florida. P. O. Box 632. Phone Venice 3131. DOORS SWING OUT.
Ventilator fans for use when FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
MEMBER FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION proJecting. Nassau at Miami Avenue
NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION COMMERCIAL: Venice

Ee..i; 'a'< .second. i' matter June 6, 1946 at the pod office New chairs and desks adjustable 10 D.'.11I.Campbell Bible Cl.i Ciaoloid paste

at Venice, Florid., under the Act of March 3, 1879. type. 11 am. Morning. ,."|I...
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New teachers' desk. ':10 p.m. B V P U
Subscription rates One year, $2.50; six months $1.50; three HOME; EC. ,Wedneiday.,10 p.m. Evening 781) teiilit'm.' Bid

months, 75e. Classified advertising rates 2 cants per word, first 20 Move to new quarters. prayer aervir nl
words; I cent per word for each additional word. To be planned In detail.
------ MATH ROOM OSPREY BAPTIST CHURCH
CARROLL H. W'ILLIAo.IS: ... ....... ..... ... Editor and PublisherHELEN New shades.
Rev. J. W. Hinton,
WILLIAMS ............................ Office Manager ENGLISH School P.tB .
Shades. M.ln.i..r.; d.' ,. : II .
I m. B.T.V? ti
PaInt. Evening aeivirelSiilnnj..,, 11e:
LESS? HOW? Blinds LAB. I prayer meeting,-

Drain repaired. ST. MARK EPISCOPAL
It hardly seems necessary to make editorial com- New physics equipment. CHURCH

ment upon the latest example of Superintendent of Pub- CAFETERIA Riviera St. and Palermo Flu
Cut doorway to storage 'housv.
lic Instruction Verman indifference to the Edward King In charge 01
Kimbrough's Fix grease trap or drain tit summer senkn.>
educational needs of the southern section of Sarasota: smells). I II a.m. !Sunday 1.\,aaol.
New dish drainer needed. 11 arv Horning egad
Connn
New steps.

Surely the long list on Page I of what was needed! 5TH GRADE CHURCH OF COD

in the way of repairs and improvements at the Venice- Move -6TII see Mrs GRADE Wynne. C.Venice 1). Jernmnn AvenueRev. Pastor

Nokomis) School, and the pitifully short record of accomplishment Roof. 10 '.m. Sunday Bihov,
11 am Preaching
in the :adjoining column, constitute a far more Ceiling. ,10 p.m. PreacliiliK.Thuraday .
New lighting Tile I..m.'ou.., Pteib:
sea,1ng: indictment of our county school administration TOILET FACILITIES0 Service.
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Friday. pm btnifil super; .
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thin: any wllr.isw might write. -

We've been warned that we shouldn't expose the Additions to list made by Trustees VENICE CATHOLIC CHURCH
Alvin Jones and II. S. Bow-
appalling inefficiency and ineptitude with which school den about May 27. and concurred Nausea at Venice Tampa AmmRe

affairs are being administered here the In by Principal Mikesell.
on ground : *. C. L. Kl-lanJt ".Ior

"Don't offend Mr. Kimbrough, or we'll get even less c.)ii- GENERAL ...... Moe..
Flood lights In rear of building
sideTation.
New screens on screen doors

Less Mow ? and windows. Baptist Bible
REPAIRS. IMPROVEMENTS: .
The Sarasota!; Herald-Tribune in an editorial on another ETC.. BY ROOMS School Graduation
MISS MclMI
matter last Tuesday night very aptly expressed our Replace window sills NightCommencement
Sunday
viewpoint on this "Let's-be-patient" angle. ENGLISHMolding

floor, front
)Discussing a plea for patience in regard to the "red CAFETERUDish exercises IX

tide" dead (Mi invasion, the Herald-Tribune commented washer. the 1947 Vacation Bible ScN

: \\e are beginning to feel that their patience MISCELLANEOUSHolders conducted by the First Bapi
may
for toilet paper. Church of Venice for the past M
be construed as a willingness to tolerate the evil, rather Repaint toilets weeks will be held at the chun

than: to demand measures designed to remove the cause New Outdoor wash stands this Sunday evening at U

and abate:\ the effects." wiring building-new new base. pump shed. o'clock. The public is invited

Similarly! we feel the people of this part of the additional Possible use toilet of facilities.locker rooms foi ford The, pastor Rev. said D. Campbell colored mow CM

county have been more than patient with the school cJ pictures of Ihe school; Yo ork wit lit

authorities and that: their patience now is simply con- shown.

strued as a "willingness! to tolerate the evil.! Eighty pupils wire enrolled i

Surely, with $758,102 spend this year, Superintendent Public Notice this year's school 3-6 years as follows old'': : S*:

Kimbrough could do more to improve our school Primary Beginners 16.9)) ; 19 Junior 1.Ii!

facilities than has been accomplished under his direction % Teachers were:

this summer. A public hearing will be held at the city officeat BEGINNERS DEPARTMENT

8 p.m., Mrs. H. Zelglor, Mrs. F. BoA:

FOR QUICK, RELIABLE LAND CLEARING NadIne Hayes.PRIMARY .
SERVICE. CALL street and subdivision. Work TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1947 DE PAR T 1ENr:
VenicePlumbing W. Have An All-Ntw Outfit Includ- Hubbard. Betty Ze1i\\
are 20-Ton Bulldozer Mrs. T.
on the following schedule of
estimated basic units Jackie Boldt.
Shop demons & Wagner and rates DEPARTMENT: )11\
to JUNIOR
&a 14, Venice Phone 2153 Phone 1211 p. o. Box IT necessary cover operation, maintenance, HU!.
VENICRJOSSART interest and fund J. D. Arnall. Mrs. George
sinking
requirements
on a
proposed Jr., Glenn Stephens.On .
t'i W fV.4 N'fVf t""f f 'H..4.'H''U'i issue of $275,000 in revenue certificates, the refreshment commW

i KINCAID bearing interest at the rate of three per cent per were: SJoblom.Mrs. W.Mrs.P. HayeS J. D. Rifts 14\

Dependable Plumbing annum to finance a proposed sanitary sewer system Mrs.Harry F. Boldt, and Mrs. ft J

for the City of Venice. Smith.
Contracting Repairing
announc4that
I
Crawford
The Rev.
Full Line Fixtures and Material TYPE No. a Vacation Bible School :.
Water Basic TOTAL held at v* I
Pumps Pipe and Fittings Unit Negro children will be

LET us FIGURE YOUR JOB ESTIMATES GIVEN Residences .............................................. 169 1.0 1690 Laurel Negro School next wed

Phone 2665 Post Office Box 134 Apartments Garage Apts....and........Servants..................Quarters............... 195 39 -05 0.8 1560 18.& from 930: to U am }.IonU

323 West Venice Avenue Stores .......... .......................................... 69 1.5 through Friday.VENOHI .
Venice, Florida Offices ................................................... 12 0.5 1035 -
4 Across the street from the Gulf Theatre Garages ...-.. ... .............-........... ...........4 6.0 BAND
I.gar.rrs ". "." ..."""""".."."""""""""rsrrrr Public ...................................................... 5 30 3.0 150 12.0
Hotel Rooms. ........... ................. ........ 444 0.5 MAY PLAY HERE
PUBLIC NOTICEA Miscellaneous ........................... .......... 6 10 222.0 60\ ON LABOR DAYIf

Total In terms of basic Family Units .................................... 708.0 enough students are I\IIIIJII
public hearing will be held at the city office Unimproved lots on a ready-to-serve basis ........................... 1365 for immediate rehearsing. '1""
:at 8 p.m., RATES: Venlce-Nokomis High School bl'14

$24.00 per annum per unit payable In twelve monthly Install- will play during the Labor Oil
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1947on ments on the first day of each and every month. Celebration here Monday,,, 1 SIP'

the Ready-to-serve charge against vacant lots $2.00 per year payable tember 1. It was announced ,,111I
application of JOHN
M. LUTERMAN fora on the 1st day of November of each and dll.o
every year. Ooldereteln.
Certificate of Necessity covering the operationof week by Paul

taxicabs in the City of Venice. All interested parties are invited to appear at tor.He asked that all members ttl

Anyone desiring to be heard in this matter this hearing. the bandget In touch with iii!

is invited to appear. right away.
CLYDE V. HIGEL Regular summer band rehear
CLYDE V. HIGEL conducted
MAYOR. sals are still being J!
MAYOR. {{
City of Venice. the school auditorium every \
City of Venice. nesday morning from 9 o'clock

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AFTER YOU HAVE I Lemon Bay Post Army RecruiterTo Girl From India at the Merrill Palmer School fa

THIS COPY Detroit and at Vasnr. She ,will
READ
OF THE GONDOLIER. I To Pick Beauty Be in Venice House Guest of attend Cornell University meat 1

MAIL IT year.

WHY TO SOME NOT FRIENDUP Contest EntrantTo Every WednesdayStarting Mrs. Wilson "My special Interest Is In win J

NORTH THIGH ery education" she explained. 'J 1

choose a "queen" to represent next Wednesday August Mn Virginia Wilson owner of "and on my return to India I

Englewood in: the bathlnj 27. an Army recruiting ser the Copper Kettle Inn and of the shall help In formulating the '

beauty contest to be staged as geant will be present from 9 to i2 Venice Taxi Service, returned to country's educational phltoaofrtir i

part of Venice's big Labor Diy every Wednesday morning at the Venice this week from Pour V- In early childhood education" ,

Celebration, Lemon Bay Post .*o. Venice-Nokomis Chamber of keepsle! N. Y., when she spelt

276 of the American Legion next Commerce, it was announced this the summer taking f refresher SOlD Through a low-cost (2

Friday night at the Woman's week by Master Sergeant Fran-Is course In principals at Vassar cents per word Gondolier classl-

clubhouse In Englewood will Bayle. in charge of the Sarasota College DOLIER Classified! Ad. y;

s.a hold a combination beauty con- Army recruiting office Coming to Venice with Jvr

test and entertainment. Bayle said this new airanre- were her son Bill and Annis I DependableService i

Commander J. D. Tate has appointed ment Is being made in order to Baxter, students at Bard ColItge -

SCORES FOR a special committee to enable southern Sarasota Cou'Uy Annandale-on-the-Hudsoii

BEEK ENDING AUGUST 20 handle the affair, consisting of: I men between the ages of 17 and N Y. ar.d Miss Manoranjan &...

Jennie Adrian 172 Harold French chairman; Robert 34 to more easily obtain details doc of Lucknow India daughterof WE SPECIALIZE IN

Sam Wheeler 219 Elbrecht, Rupert Sanderson concerning Army enlistments.At E. A. Sadoc. who 'has retted Chrysler Products

and Mrs. Ola cott. I present, enlistments In tue from the Imperial Teleprsph

VENICE Standing/ CommitteesTate Army Air Forces are especially Service of the Government of' I.i- NOKOMISGARAGE J

sought with air,minded dia.
also has announced Appointment young

BOWLAKADEAnd of the following standing men now having an opportunity I Miss Sadoc was lcepilnclpilof 1

Grill committees of Lemon n'I' to chart their future in aviation' a normal school in India before .
,
post: under a new AAF Aviation Career coming to the United SU'es
GEORGE T. DEVLW i
245 West Venice Ave. Plan. The enlistee is nom to study for a Ph.D. in "child development
DISASTER: Leo Kropp, chairman Phone 25S1 it
Phon. 2661 offered tae opportunity of selecting I ." She has taken courses
: William A. Jonas. L. T. I

GRILL OPEN Parks. L. A, Ainger; MEMBERSHIP : the school he wishes to attend
before he enlist Full r.-
7 I m. to 11 p.m. : L. A Ainger, chairman;
(Opens 4 p.m. Sundays) Irwin Blorseth. A. W Stroh, Ed- formation may be obtained at 'he If I
VENICE TAXI SERVICE
BOWLING ALLEYS win J. Stephens; HOUSE AND Chamber of Commerce any W,'a-

nesday morning, Sergeant Bole
6 p.m. to 11 p.m. WAYS AND MEANS: Ha.jld 1

French, chairman, Robert El ald. Announces-A Change In Telephone Number s

brecht, F. H. Glascott. Ruwit: i'
FROM MICHIGAN
"f4ttttt.tlt.fttfBusiness PLEASE CALL
Sanderson; LEGAL Lewis A, 1
Four Michigan boys this weak;
Bedard chairman; David W.
visited Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Kuy-;
Lewis Edward Bartholomew:
AND kendall of the Venice Bay Trailer 3461
I FINANCE, William A. Jones;
ProfessionalDirectory Park. They were: Ron Whltmt.i.:
PUBLICITY: Oscar F Anderson,
Parma Mich., and Chuck Hople.
chairman: Leo Kropp Haywaid
Henry Majchrowskl. and Din 24- HOUR SERVICE:
Green, SERVICE: L. T. Parts,
Walker, Jr.. of Jackson, Mien
friars .., chairman; Jam: A. Stancer; VISITING
Walker Is Mrs. Kuykendali'snephew \ G. Wilson C. F. Rickard
: Roy Tate, chaiiman; and is the grandson of

ROOFING Hugh Glascott. Robert Caxhatt.: J. E. Bartlett of Venice.
Roof Woik of All Kinds AMERICANISM: F. J. Mails.

ALUV P. JONES chairman; George Weide, LOU.J

Phone 2981 Schmidt, Willard Davis.It .

was announced that at l'hL

Friday night's public\ entertainment

held by Lemon Bay po,.,
CLASSIFIEDADS
more than 75 were rrpspnt An

electric Ballard iron of Englewood.was won by Willa'd Babe _HAVE YOU HEARD THE ONE

,II. word lint 20' words, Ie each
|iddilienil' ...rd Minimum charge, Davis of Englewood won am.!:-

2k.(I. mow Cuh than with one Ad.Insertion Special of rate the chandise prize.

..me ad Ad. will b. accepted over -- -- ROUT THE 4 PENGUINS ?

ITkurular.like telephone, with(1131)the up understanding to S p.m. Forest fires cause about eight :

...rillv, will remit payment million dollars damage In Florida
.....ptlr.)
every year

wa
LEGAL NOTICES
FOR SALE
-- -- -
I INTERNATIONAL I-2-ton trur"
Mml eummiun Phone 248 or an I. NOTICE
j Park.. Englewood. .1.. I'MIEK HlTlrllllS NAME LAW
TO WHOM II MAlOMrKNl
Use LAWN UMBRELLA. 6 I.!.fut Notice l I. ",.'by amen that the unlir.ilunxl .
o 12& G.Errand "enue. Phone 2954 .uunuatit to the Mititluui" Nome
Statute H..UW Kill No Ilii Ih.i.t.r
WANTEDI No. JOU6J Laws "f H-rid. 1941. .ill
...,rI..., with the llirk uf the Circuit. .
I LARGE Court In solid( for fc.ra.oU County. "I. .
FRYERS AND HENS,
n.. T.I,'. Market phone ISM lila. upon receipt of proof of the publication "
,
of this notice the fictitious flume-

BUSINESS PERSONALS t"witsNOKUMIB' HAMDWAKrunder :
--- which we are enn.>inl In bu.I.....
SFWING and alter.lk.m rt. .
mw to raitK in Iou" In the
Me rxpeeS
..
K.AIS
m.le M .
ro. Grov
Moore Tamwrnl Tr.il. N.ko.m
.... Phone 2bU Burkley Building .

FOR RENT i I.That. Florida.the parties InU.rn-t.-.! In nalil l>u.- They came up here from the Antarctic, And summers were quite a problem -
New mixer. .
cement anaI Inma enterprl.are an fullo% :
"P."" Operator ru.ni.hed. C.'I 5"'; cool The first
rove 136. (larrnre 1 Hurkley How could they keep 1 penguin plumped
Helen C. Hurkley H>", .
ISEI'TIC TANK and Dated at Venue h.r...... limnty Hor.Ha lor attic ventilation And it worked won- t ders He s written
Cea.ponl cleaning
August 14. "'47.
T1'.. Modern raWo. Cottrell pumping and equipment Allen. Phone KMi Publish AUK 15. 22. IV. Sept i his agent jflf to go ahead and t f tell the Igloo. The
:1.
NOTICE second rfl /iRjk\ Penguin installed a big air.cooling !.an. He*
UNDER FICTITIOI B NAME: LAW
DRIVEWAYS. Wrrt PUT IN. Murk fill dirt. TO WHOM IT MAY I'UNI r.KM wiring MI vtsN money to Mrs P. and the kids to come on up
work of all kiniii with Notice la hereby. given that the tin li"T.
ur Loul. Afarjan Phone 1411 .I.ned. parasol House lUll lo the No.'rirtltloll I US. *l'hsptr'No. nurniStatute" and join him. The third penguin (who smokes i itojfJfc 7 a 'lot)

BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES Lawn of Honda 1H41 will 'r He
SIIIISJ
figured he needed complete air conditioning f a
register l with the Clerk of the Circuit. ;1 j_
IF INTIRI.STFO: : In Mud going r urt. In and for Sarmmta County. Hor kitten The "- fourth
dry like now.
nd1 and ...d'........., business In V.Potlll"n. .... Ida upon receipt uf proof of the piiblimtion sleeps jf a
.....m.. -Owner muting. ...It.ebewhere P. O. Hon to 8il be wit, t ..f title notice, the fictitious name. to. penguin -11 bought himself a big new electric fan It's been

'th tao.h..dn.p/omit.. Aba, home, must""sell corner nice I"t..'with, under VENICE which RADIO I om SERVICE engaged: in buainr.s.I weeks since ( he even thought about the old home berg Yes,

"r apartment rented year-round expect to engage In bu.lnew al niim. different solved his problem ol how to
her 251 We.t Venire. Avenue In the City each in his JJ a own way

RUt ESTATE FOR SALEON'T of That Venice the, Murlila party interested In said bun keep cool in summer. And they all lived happily ever after

enterprise I I. .. follows
lne >
CECIL H GKltVr Soli Owner. Certainly Penguins aren't smarter than people!
r WISH YOU HAD Dated at Venice, gara..>ta County. HorMa -
[ July II. 1'147.
50'> Publish Aun I-M1-22 SEE YOUR DEALER TODAY!
X 159' Building Lots

NOTICE Brand new pot'war cooling appliance art now available
Oroveland Avenue I'NDFR FICTITKII NAME! LAW .1 I your electric dealerb See him today and breeze through
TO WHOM IT MAY ('O/I ('..KN. .,. Ve hot w .th.r. Convenient terms are available
Notice la hereby given that the un I.
$200.00Paved Hiti1iol Name
the
StSut ." Hmi"Hi" N. I17J Chapter
'
Nn. 2"51. I.aw ..' HorMa' 1'141. will'
Electricity Water. with the Clerk of the Circuit itGfii
'court.register In and r.., .. n.,. FUBIDl( Pflflf.VENICE ( I'OIlPlIY
uthe .
Pee Simple- Deed. up..n .....1"1 forpuf ..f uf VubilIda.
Purchaser catlun of this notice the futitloui come'w"
to pay tv Abstract .r a'
If MYAKKA RIVER CABINS .. 'UlI'
abstract derired. under which we are enirairi.il In !.InnWe .
I expert to engage In hu'ine. tin U. 8.
I 41. bon feet West of Myakka River, For.
a>ola County. Florida
H. That the parties lntere.tcd In said bun
N.
Wimmers Inen enterprlw are a> folhiw.l r
Juhn D. Keiter. in per ...1. r

REALTOR Edith Keeltr. 50 per cent.Dated Count. .- -
Suraeota
at Venice --
VENICE. FLORIDA i Florida. August I. "4T
Publish Aug HS-22-29

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Friday,
Pate SIX VENICE GONDOLIER August 2.
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VISITORS Methodist Vacation SCHOOLContinued Venice Softball --


:Mr and Mr. H. K Daniels of Church School ( from page one) Team Winds Up in
Ditrot, Mich were house guests
of J. E. Bartlett of Venice this three times its former size. Tie for First PlaceWinding
week] Starts MondayThe An Army building was moved
I in and Joined to the existing cafeteria -
annual two weeks Vacation structure, which formerly up In a tie this week

Church School of the Venice- was so small that the children! for first place in American Division
DAMPNESS Venice softball -
REDUCE the
Nokomis Methodist Church wil had to be fed In shifts Now they standings
of
assured itself A
will all be served at one time. team thus
In poor hm get under way next Mondiy In the Shaughnessy play-offs C..o.
Home For TeachersAt spot
the e.sys.I.ntlas morning It was anpm">ced: yesterday Englewood, Hightower said ;I to determine the county championship -

DRIEROUTER w.,. by MM J. T. Blalock dI- i in addition to making sever.1I'' TiT'y Bet under way At

Use rector.. !minor repairs a 40x40 barracHs Sarasota next Monday. Pairings

DIIIRDUTIIto The school will be for all building was placed on the school will be announced over the we :tend -

I children: from kindergar grounds and onverted into a ,
KITCHENCABINETS
CfJ help controlMILD11W,2101T through the Intermediate ale room house for use by the li"-j Venice dropped an eight-tnit-

group and will be held from 9:30; Lawrence sisters who will te Ing 5 to 4 decision to Land O

..ROTTING to 11 30 a.m. daily the next I two at the school this year. Sun last Wednesday night in its We have
se
II '
weeks except Saturdays and Sundays Hightower said Ansel Und i- I'final game of regular league play Kitchen Cabins". 4.edp
Closet SizeEasement . 89c wood who :has/ been as l lst'.ig II thus enabling the Amvets team porcelain top are ha I;
Ti ansportatlon can be airanj-: Wilkinson during the summ r. which took Its tenth straight vie- Ished In black 1 .. I L
Size $2.49 of e I( with 13 to 3 win over City
el by calling either Mrs. J. A has been appointed Janitor .1: ton a
Nokomis School. of Sarasota to move Into a tie for
Hightower at 3451 or Mrs. V. Mul-
Both Venice and the I
-- -- first place
lins at 2011Although .
Mcth Balls and Flakes Wins Armet finished with 11 victoriesand
the pastor Is still Billy Joseph
Lb 25c 5 Lbs. $1.19 away on vacation an 11 o'clok five defeats.
) morning service will be held lit Top Award of They will tangle with the two

the Methodist Church this Sunday top teams In the National Division -

J. T Blalock will condi'it 'Amateur Night'Drawing VTW and Altman Chevrolet
The Kexall StorePmirl the service assisted by Herschel in the play"off* next week.

Wester The Cherub and Chapel enthusiastic applau-e Last Wednesday night's contest
Fperi.liss"
P I I.r (ill lip ARCADE choirs will sing There will be no from the audience that pack td was a tough one to lose for Pltc.tI'r T

PHON .1.' \ENI'E evening service. the Gulf Theatre last Friday I Byron Jones and his Veu'ce' CHROMIUMDINETTE C
night when it reopened 10-jear-
team-maten They came from behind
Have You Flown the New Spin-Proof Ercoupe Yet? old Billy Joseph of Nokomis won SETS e
the finals of the "Amateur Nigl.l' I In the seventh Inning to te
COME; IN LET US SHOW (Table and F' jr Cial'ii
series staged under the Sumni-r up the game at 3-all and force 1
YOU THIS PLANE TIIVT
Recreation Program the game into extra innings. The Leatherette Se't and Bad

-ALMOST FLIES ITSELF Billy who played "When I i Venetians scored one run In the Assorted colors Tables hit
,,-EX VENICE FROM THE AIR PASSENGER HOPS $1.50 Grow Too Old To Dream" on hit Porcelain or Ma. mitt! TM,
.cn
-- top half of the eighth frame bat .ce
LEARN TO FLY IN 8 EASY LESSONS piano accordion was awarded a I Land O Sun came back in their
COM'rnrm'nt-\ppro\rd School Continuous! Enrollment $10 cash prize donated by i.:rand half to tally twice and wind up 3

J & J AIRCRAFT.\ INC. the Gulf Mrs Theatre Victor Retty owners of I on the long end of a 5 to 4 score

r O Bx 2349 P. o. Box 291 P. O. Box 1137 Second place and $5 went to: .
SARASOTA VENICE PUNTA GORDAF Venice e
Don Fan of Venice who
sang
O Itn ncr Venice 2551 E. T. Drnham Sarasota 6306 "Sweet Sixteen." RADIO SERVICE A

M"II R'I; TEST! :1/1 'P\lESI' c.fe
Consolation prizes of $2 !'ac' ('F.'II; "II: PARTS

ARE YOU went to the other contestants d.-
FINANCIALLY RESPONSIBLE?
F
eluding:

': YOU HA\ECT GOT AUTOMOBILE LIABILITY3NSJJUVCE Marjorie Mlml Adorjan \-no .

YOVD BETTER BE. BECAUSE THE NEW1VV sang 'Mamzelle"; Milton Mil- 4.

REQUIRES YOU SHOW EVIDENCE OF ABILITYTO sell clarinet solo, Beaut.ful: 1t
PAY IF INVOLVED IN AN ACCIDENT. INSURANCE Dreamer and Ronnie Higel a.id 1t

3S THE SAFEST WAY. Hazel Dixon who played bells; HOME FRER RAIIIII ESTIMATES REPAIRS BABY BUGGIESWe

Insure To Be Sure! Mickey Higel. piccolo recorder. HI"II: 2112 now have a compline '/
2\1 w'. tens, A... Venice 1;
See Story on New Liability! Law Page 5, Feature Secthnl and Bobby Harn piano. of Baby Buggies W
Walkers.
1 wjgpj&ssgisy&xit !! U!Qi7 .Jjl !Q.u".uR,
Richard H. Gedney, Inc. **

A Privilege to Live In Florid
Real Estate Insurance
A Distinction to Live in Venice I II

VIML.: }LA. PHONE 3133 l 1

H. N. WIMMERSRealtor




Smitty's Tavern"The ,I VENICE FLORIDA

Where the Ttmianu Trail Meets the Open Gulf

b orC
fr fr&frggg Q DI i1M 1I11LWt11U
Bright Spot on the Trail"Delicious .I1U rl
-
,
Sandwiches-When You Are Hungry I BABY BEDSNew
ANNOUNCEMENT. .ECC
125 South Tamiami Trail Venice Shipment of Baby Beds CCA
To Owners of '
Armed Forces and Mattresses just received

0- LEAVE BONDS All sizes. C

We call your attention to the following out- t;.

tlanding Values we are offering at the present time. The Venice-Nokomis Bank Is authorized by the United KITCHEN:
States Treasury Department to cash Armed Forces Leave Bonds STOOLSWood erT

John Collins Gin for registered owners any time after September 1, 1947.

90 proof 100 percent grain spirits time There in order is no to requirement get your money.that these bonds be cashed at this: Leatherette or Chromium It
They can be cashed
$2.95 fifth time in the future, upon demandand without any seats. k
$2 pint $1 halfpintFamous delay.
Unless you are In real need
of the
money now tills insti
tution and the United States IIT(11EY
Treasury .
Department stroi.g'y'!
I recommend that you permit jour bond to LADDERSTOOLS
cam interest at 3! Golden I percent (up to its maturity) until
Wedding you actually need the
Whiskey I We will be glad to serve you any time. caw r

$3.49 fifth $2.25 pint original To facilitate Identification owners should bring their 1 HandY usefal, foA'Ing. : n r
I separation
papers with
them when
for payment. presenting bonds c o'mbirrasoladders
I' lad
BOCA CHICA
I I
Puerto Under no circumstances may registered owners cash tools.
Rican their
Rum bonds before September 2. 1947,

KINGFurniture E,
$2.89 fifthS. I
VENICE Co. .tn
NOKOMIS BANK "

B. BeerTO VENICE FLORIDA "We Feather Your Nest a

TAKE OUT : Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. With A Little Down" u

No Deposit No $5000 Maximum I Insurance I
Return
$3.50 case I For Each Depositor $5000 PUNTA. CORD

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