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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: September 5, 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
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071736
oclc - 01497811
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System ID: UF00079934:00082
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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I FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 5. 1947
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,000 At I ItI WINNER City Holds City CouncilN.


abor Day I ;: Up Plans

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"ete Here For SewerWhile

Sets
I 'h "'b Tax Rate
,rlect eatlier and a programt f \
t clicked along right on sche- no protests were received -

e from early morning until latemght I : during the public hearing held

I combined last Monday to I II I last Tuesday night at the city hall
I Ion the schedule of rates tentatively At 21
11 crowd of more than 2.000 I. ,," set MillsDRIVER'S
I tors and home folk the great- $275000 up for Venice's proposed ,
Labor Day celebration In Ven- sanitary sewer system,
the city council
voluntarily
votedto
s history. a l
Ie a final accounting has } +, delay action pending further 1947-48 Levy .

: been completed Commanderph a r Investigation Into costs

0 Simpson of No-Vel post s. The hearing was "continued LICENSES II Four Mills Lower I' :

:the American Legion, sponsor without date" by unanimous vote Drher's licenses for 1947. I

he! celebration, and GeneralIrman I after Councilman Finn Casporscn 48 will be on sale until 4 p.m. Than Last YearA

B E Bowen announc- reported that the proposed rates next Tuesday at the office of

te affair was a financial suc- under the schedule drawn up by Vrnlee-Nokomls Chamberof 1947-48 Venice tax rate of 21 I I

enriching the post's new Consulting Engineer C. K. S. Commerce, It was announced mills, a drop of four mills from J*] '; I

dJnc fund by several hundred Dodd of Sarasota, and later rais- yesterday by Secretary last year's rate, was set by the { ] I i {I

aI'I ed by the council to cover Increased Harry A. Beach. They also will city council last Tuesday follow- i

; addition, they pointed out construction costs, appeared be sold at Tale's Market In ing a hearing at which only one
ltilon' second annual Labor to be far too high for Englewood protest was made. tjj 1

fete brought Venice consld- j Venice property owners to standat Arrangt'mentsll're made to The council formally adopted a j||
bit tal arable publicity. 'I' this time Place the licenses on sale here budget of $47,738 which Is approximately ,

Voice Thanks bliss Linda HiVM, 20-jear- Six Times As High and In Englewood for residentsof $14,000 more than A r'

n a i joint statement, they, I old Englewood girl who represented Caspersen declared he 'had compared this district In order to save last year's budget, but about $8,-

cd I everyone concerned for'I Lemon Bay Post No, the proposed Venice rates them a trip to the Sarasota 000 less than what the actual expenditures -

magnificent help given the i 276. American Legion, was adjudged with those in effect at the present Court House office of County up to October. 31 will

jcion in staging the day's events. the winner of the beauty time at Fort Myers and that Judge Forrest (Chapman ht'retht'y amount to.

morning and early afternoon acties contest held here Labor Day. the local charges would run about will have to be obtained The four-mill reduction was

i centered In the city park She Is the daughter of Mr. and six times as high! as those at Fort after Tuesday.For made possible by the recent general -

Ie KMI. with athletic and Mrs. A. E. Hayes Baptist missionaries Myers, the convenience of those I I revaluation of assessment

|telty competitions opening thgram. e In Brazil and Is the Caspersen reported the "top"Fort who cannot get licenses during I throughout the city and by var-
granddaughter of Harry Chap- Myers charge appeared to be the regular hours of 8:30: ajn. ious reductions in operating costs. '

In. Englewood real estate man. about $180 a year for any one establishment to 4 pm. Beach said, he will including the council's action In

hist Beauty Contest She Is In her Senior year at whereas the schedule keep the Chamber of Commerce eliminating Its own salaries

: major event was the beau- Georgetown College, Georgetown of rates proposed by Dodd and office open tonight. Fri- amounting to $600 per year, cuts
I contest, son by Miss Linda
Ky., and plans to use the the council would find yearly payments day, from 7 to 9 p.m. in street department appioprla-

es, representing Lemon Bayt $50 cash prize she won to pay expected from various local tlons, and similar savings In I other
t No 276 of the American Le-
Part of her tuition at the school Business houses approximately depai tments. t
a.i Voted second place was the this fall. It Has the first beauty as follows: Nokomis SchoolEnrollment 18 For Operating '''!; ;
fiice-Nokomi Chamber of t'r
contest Miss Ham had ever Pines Hotel $936; Hotel Ve- Of the 21 mills, 18 will be for : r.o'
eree entry Miss Ruby Rig-
competed In. (Photo by Lucia nezla. $672. El Patio Hotel, $456: to operating expenses, as comparedto
Alice Roberts, I
sponsored by Cut courtesy Sarasota 1I.'r.ald.Tribunl',1 Hollywood Hotel Apartments, last year's 20-mlll levy for this vi-,
jrasota Bay Post No. 30, placed I
l ) $547; Venlce-Myakka Hotel $540; Set New RecordWith purpose Three mills will be for ''\
i Worthington Hotel and Apartments the sinking fund a reduction of !
iI
robs err competing were Audrey I $556; KMI, $2,100. approximately 200 chil- two mills from last year's five- !
,
1135 of representing the American Naples Legion Post, I Bowlers to :Meet Agree to Delay dren registering this week enroll- mill levy. This cut was made pos-
sible because of an accumulated
Councilmen Smyth Orchard
ment at the Venice-Nokomis
fie commander, C. M. Rey- surplus In the sinking fund and
Tomorrow to Formllen's and George Hlgel agreed with
s i, came 'here to root for her. I School Is expected to reach an all-
Caspersen that further action the increase in assessment valua-
d Shirley Cassady, sponsored by time high when the fall term begins tion.
Fall LeagueAll should be delayed for the time being -
Punta
lerce, Gorda Chamber of with Dodd, meanwhile, being I next Monday, It was announced It was pointed out that Venetians -

bowler and persons Inter- asked to revise his schedule and last night by Principal need not expect lower actual wq
Close Decision tax bills this year, even
ested In sponsoring teams In themen' (Continued on page two) Homer Mikesell.
|So close was the rate was cut
Judging that the though the millage 11'
fall bowling league which A full day's schedule will be
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were called back because general Increase and
to the
plata a
will start soon are Invited to attend P T.A. held Monday, he said and cafe-
a a second "look-see." V. meeting to be held at the .- to StageMembership equalization of assessments was
| Hamlitt, creator of the cartoon Bowlakade a tomorrow night at terias at both the Nokomis and made. City officials observed thata

rioter "Alley Oop who was 7:30: o'clock. Drive; Laurel schools will be open. reduction in taxes hardly was

e" the Judges, told the girls School trustees H. S, Bowden to be expected, inasmuch as the
r the choices were announced "Anyone interested Is welcometo Goal Set at 500An and Alvin Jones are slated to (Continued on page six .
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of the
h e attend said Jim Keys I
had
!._ L acted as Judge In Bowlakade. "Plans are being make a check-up on repairs and
Intensive campaign to boost
[vet u had Beauty such contests a difficult and time had made not only for a local league, the Venice-Nokomis P-TA Improvements at the Nokomis I Coming Events I '

""' a winner but for a team to represent Ven- membership from Its present total School over the week-end. I
Mrs.
oct.of the Charm Beauty Lucile Sa- ice In Inter-city play with Sara- of 152 up to 500 will be con- Saturday, September 6 u

at sota and Bradenton"Election beginning Wednesday, 7.30 league I
Venice and Mrs. Foster i ducted BOOK SHOP p.m., Men's bowling -
TO OPEN
lh ot the Margaret of officers, drawing up' September 10, It was announced meeting. Bowlakade.
Shops Lido
matters are scheduled to be taken Bowen. '1:30 pm, Closing worship service -
Plans of two sisters from Wash-
up at tomorrow night's meeting Decision to hold the member- 'vacation school," Venice-

which will be made as brief as ship drive, with all adults of the ington. D: C., and Derry, N. H., Nokomis Methodist Church.

WeatheR I possible Keys said. community to be asked to join, regardless to open the "Venice Book Nook" Monday, September 8

of whether they have about November 1 were disclosed Schools open.

PERATlJIlE RAINFALL SUSPEND! FERRY children In school was made at a I I this week with the announce- 8:30 pm, No-Vel Post, Amer-
I
It l10usly hub Low )scan Starting next Monday, Bee Line recent meeting of the P-TA ment that Betty and Ruth Grady ican Legion, meets, Venice Air

Aui rePorted .......... 918 ferry service between Piney Point executive committee. have leased the store at 312 West Base clubhouse.

Mug, 29 89 73 0.02 and Plnellas Point will be suspended First general membership meet- Venice avenue from Mr. and Mrs. Tuesday September 9

r-Aug 30 89 69, 0.31 for five days In order to Ing of the fall term will be held Victor Retty. 8 pm, P.-TA meeting, Laurel

fc"ormcmh 31 89 70 on permit necessary dock repairs, It next Tuesday night! at 8 o'clockat The location, in the Gulf Thea- School.

Sept. ". ......__ 10 H was announced this week by E. R the Nokomis School. At that tre building, formerly was occu- 8 p.m., No-Vel Post Auxiliary

f*. Sept. i 90 71 0,00 Baldlnger. manager of the St. time Bowen, first male presidentIn pied by the Richard H Oedney meeting (postponed from last
e1, 2 ,88 71 0-00 Petersburg Port Authority. An effort the history of the local Parent- real estate firm. It 'Is understoodthe week), Venice Air Base clubhouse.
Sept
urs", 3 ,..'.' 90 72 0.00 will be made to rush the repairs Teacher Association, will appoint two Kris will come to Venice Thursday, September 11

10 8ept. 4 ". 91 71 '1.50 and shorten the five-day the membership committee and soon to make arrangements for I 6.30: pm, Lions Club meets

date this month _. 1.60, suspension; period, he said. I possibly, other committees. opening the new business. i Target Trailer Park restaurant.



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September
Page Two'Little I, II

Cross swimming Instructor, also, prove or disapprove

Old Lady' Hears Peterson, I ; suggested to the council that life I tlon for occupationall1cel1Sl new app CI
preservers be placed on the beachIn ter they ve been tl
Gets First Plane Ride, As GuestOf front of the casino. The coun- the city clerk Mrs. Hella SUbl11ltted
cil thought that was a good Idea, Slede.T. 1101
Legion Labor Day too, and George Higel was Instructed A Russ was emploYed
to see about getting life salary of $130 per at
month
It.8 safe to say no one enjoyed Venice big Labor Day preservers installed as assistant to Walter to I
B.
more than the little old lady In the red hat." A request for an expression of superintendent Of the 8ur
For that was the affectionate title bestowed early In the opinion by the council as to works,, whose salary was tat
upon Mrs Mary E. Brooks 80-year-old Punta Ooida resident whether it would grant a variance $200 per month fixed
prayer to attend the fete was made to come true through the ; permit to allow construction of a Praises Council

operation of an understanding duplex on a lot at the southeast As the council session
American Legion committee and: I band I'd wait up until corner of Valencia road and Har- shortly before midnight !nil
MB
Chief of Police Gerry Pestotnlk before I'd give up hope. I bor drive brought a "thumbs en B. Duncan civic affairs g.
First Plane Hide I knew that nice policeman dovin" veidlct The property is man of the Vt'niee.Nokonlls chi::
g
Not only did Mrs. Brooks get i come for me like It said he zoned for single family dwell- mans Club. gained permission

to hear her political hero Congressman In the paper" ings at present. speak and said:
J. Haidn Peterson | MM Brooks was up bright $25 Mater Bill "I wish mOl people] ?,
deliver the address of the day but early Monday morning and After Water Commissioner Cas- come'down to ( \lI1cll|| meet
advised the council that and tiey would]
she was Healed t to 'ler first airplane one of the first to reach the persen :ndiwtim hi,
lick by Floyd Jivmt of J. scene of the day festivities. I I the new owner of the ex-Carlton much work our council and c
& J. Aiiciaft the city palk opposite KMI. : house on St. Augustine avenue officials are doing for us, 11 i
had hooked onto the city water one appreciate It
Chief Peslotnik drove to Punta I She also was one of the first I i cry much
:: main without making prior arrangements .
t Gord Sunday nisi! and brought exit Congressman Peterson RETlRNs -
to
with the city water UORK
III. Brooks to \'('lIice.11're 11l'wa' he arrived about noon. And I Miss
the council approved Nancy Murphv after
depaitment "
k.
a RUM t of MM Tholm was tickled Pink when the ve I
his tie be away for seven) months ti
Tie,lin' at the El Patio Hotel. an legislator told her "jes. I suggestions owner
charged $25 for water service a protracted Illne this
I vestr-
E. (' 'ptiinill and kcm dud hi remembered her. i '
} spry
turned to her dl ,k 11 i:
during the month of August and the Rich"
minded fo- :"r ace Mrs. Brook Remembered fetter ; H.
I that this flat rate be continued Gedney Inc i It t al estate (0
wa all ready to eo when the chief lie did too: that Is he I flee
until he makes proper arrangements -
y went up to the front door of hernorm. b 'ud having received a '
for metered service
in Punta Ooidi fuinIi Brook fishy years i I
Street Commissioner George
lined; to God: I when Cliailctti County was d I
I I HlIt1'AI! authorized to employ FOR
Lit "* husband 1:1l'wd; front Ills pies eonll'l -I ::
In d
i c\phln : Iv -
E. B Roberts as street foreman J\J\IWI\: : : tf.RtlECALL
who l I- b,-d-ndil .i'. war slonil( I dlgt I'lrt. I I
at $2400 per year. Roberts at
afraid I'd b,' dI'appoitacd.! ] t II' "She wrote mo at that time i, 1 present Is a county employee and I
'. d It pinbibh 11'.1.J .1.,,;,'. but when she heard she no I '
Is expected to start work in 'hisnew'city
I told .llm I I s'a..ure someone would be In mj district she I I Job September 15. Rob- 34filDU i 1
was coming nfll'l11e because I awake that first night and
I erts will take over part of the du- OR NKIIT
ad piav'd to God. I told my hits- and cited," Peterson said !
ties of the city supervisor office
his pl-I'ch. he expressed his ..
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left vacant September 1 when
: Venice sonal appreciation to No.Vel po I VENICE TAXISERVICE
: H. Mallory resigned.
i RADIO I SERVICE I IMurnFK and Chief Pestotnik for bl Chief of Police Gerry Pestotnik Inc.
( : MM Brooks to Venice.
'IeiT: Flit 1eetE.T: will ap-
I t.Pli\E PARTS I Ii W. H. Ballard of King Furniture i In\'estlgate.and
( of Punta Ooida was here I !

: the day with his family and It FOR THAT COOL LOOK'!
!i through his courtesy that II'

Brooks was given a ride home I I 041.Brush Come In Our Spe' .i4\\ij! )

late afternoon II"f.I Shaping, Follow J with

She was a tiled but Ware, Is JiM the Thing
I' MIME millll REPAIRS r:::
Inn: tHMUhhHUM' I : happy little old lady. Ballard reported I 9t 4' for these Warm Summer Dot
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21 w. \'..". A...2.02 Venice later 'and very grateful
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A Privilege to Live In Florida ,. V 223 W. Miami Ave. Phone 2811
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"A Distinction' ; to Live in Venice, I I


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Our First Shipment of

\\' wish to Hunk the People of the Southern

Part of Sarasota County- for a i Very Good Summer

Business. Surplus Property

\\'e shall be glad to haveoil stop by any time

/( Cigarettes, Candy, Cold Soft Drinks, a Pool

Game or just to say i Hello" Thanks a lot. BUNKS

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Bunks or 2 Single l .

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Your Friends Here"

Bank Buldmg: Venice $


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SUBSCRIPTION ORDER

VENICE; GONDOLIER:
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Venice,, Florida. TACKLE BOXES, 'at . $1.50

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v. September b, 1947 VENICE GONDOLIER Page Three I:


ORIDIANS' INCOME eleventh place" the statement
read. Stancar's Variety MARRIAGE LICENSES For quick results, use a CON {
OWSHUGE "Measured Marriage licenses reported ap- DOLIER Classified Ad. 4
against
CREASE SINCE 1940 growth is the Increase of 21.8 Income per Store OpensIn plied for this week at the Sara-
cent in sota County court house Included:
the
Floridians last year state's population in
| to EnglewoodMarking
income 1940 to July 1946 computed on Orva Boldt, Nokomis and Mat-
united to $2,372.000,000, an Inane the latest Federal census esti- tie Ingle, Blue Ridge Ga. GULFTheatre

of 163 per cent over 1940. mates of 2,310,303 persons In tine latest addition to Foy Green Venice, and Carolyn

Ie research and industrial d.1vlI I Florida" I I Englewood's business district, Pendergrass, Tampa.

[Ion of the Florida State Chamber II I Stancar's Variety Store this weekIs I Phone 2964 Venice. FU.
commerce stated this week Ine ARRESTED ; open for business at Its locationon LAND CLEARING One Show Nightly 8 r.m.
t Highway 775, near the Englewood street and SubdlvUlo work
Charles
first of a series of weekly bus- Curwood and Howard Wt HIV An All-Nfw Outfit IncluiUInc .
Lumber and FRIDAY SATURDAYSeptember
Hoover, Supply yard.
both iO.Ton
of Englewood, were Bulldoierdemons
interpreting recentreleased -
5.6
Intsi reviews sy
arrested early yesterday John A. Stancar and his wire
morning &
Wagner DOUBLE FEATURE
official Incomtabu- -
, Mildred
West Venice E. are the owners of the
ore
avenue by offi- rh.ii. 1131 p. o. Boa IT "THE TRAP"
ttOll5. cer Herb Hanchey on a "'lahUn,' new store, which carries dry VENICE "RAIDERS OF THE SOUTH" d
, "Only 10 states in the nation charge. Both were released on $25 goods, notions, yardage, men's
|howed greater increases than ball, pending a hearing before and boys' wear, work clothes, SUNDAY ONLYSeptember
orida for the period and twoher Mayor Clyde V. Higel next Mon- greeting cards housewares, school DependableService "MY; BROTHER 7 TALKSTO
states tied with Florida" for day at 1 p,m. at the city hall. supplies and many other items. HORSES" 7
The Stancars have lived In En- Peter Lawford Butch Jenkins

glewood for the past four years WE SPECIALIZE IN
WANTEDA and built their own home there MOND.TtESDAY
Chrysler Products September 8-9
last fall. He has been associated "CALIFORNIA"Ray .
LAWYER WHO WILL PERFORM
ALL LEGAL
with Harry Chapin Englewood Milland
SERVICES AND PAY ANY JUDGMENT UP TO 10,000 NOKOMISGARAGE
real estate man and will continue Barbara Stanwyck
AGAINST ME BY REASON
OF OWNERSHIP OF MY
HOME. that connection, with Mrs. Stan- \\EDNESDAY THURSDAY
Fee $10.00NO car assuming active management September 10-11
of the store. "NORA PRENTISS"i i
LAWYER WOULD TAKE SUCH A CLIENT BUT WE Both VeteransA I GEORGE T DEVLIN Ann SheridanBOWLERS'

CAN PROVIDE INSURANCE THAT WILL. DO JUST Marine veteran of World WarI. Phone 2581
THAT FOR $10.00 ANNUALLY. Stancar retired from the Boston

police department, after 23 years'
Richard H. Gedney, Inc. service, and came to Florida for '

Real Estate Insurance his health four years ago. Turned !
down by recruiting officers when

| VENICE: FLA. PHONE 3133 World War II came along, Stan-
car couldn't get back with the
Marines. A MEN'S FALL BOWLING LEAGUE

"But we had to have a Stancarin
Announcing A New the scrap," he grinned, "so WILL START SOON "

Mildred became a Wac." She was

Englewood Business In service for a year and a half. TO DISCUSS LEAGUE MATTERS,
. .
Stancar said he and his wife
DECIDE ON A SCHEDULE,
are convinced that Englewood Is

STANCAR'S 'VARIETY STORE destined to grow and that they ELECT OFFICERS, ETC., A
want Stancar's to grow with the
MEETING OF BOWLERS AND .
community."We .
DRY GOODS HOUSEWARES
promise the people of En- PROSPECTIVE TEAM SPON- i '
NOTIONS YARD GOODS glewood the best values and the
SORS WILL DE HELD AT OUR
"
MEN'S AND BOYS' WEAR best merchandise possible, he I
said. ALLEYS TOMORROW, SAT.
WORK CLOTHES I
URDAY, NIGHT AT 7:30 P.M.You're '
GREETING CARDS, ETC. PLANE FORCED DOWN

Both occupants of a Florida
Aviation Service plane forced Invited! a:

SCHOOL OPENS MONDAYGet down on Manhattan Farms prop- I
erty about five miles east of VenIce I
Your School Supplies Here Labor Day escaped Injury. VENICE BOWLAKADEAND I'
The plane ran out of gas whileon
GRILL j i
its way back to Tampa from : ,

Fort Myers. It was piloted by Bill 245 West Venice Avenue Phone 26GI :
STANCAR'SVariety Williams of MacDill Field. His : '
passenger was Corporal S. Sim- JIM KEYS GEORGE BOTH

mons, also of MacDill Field. f: !



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OPEN AGAIN 112 MONTHS TO PAY I .


KNOWLES JEWELERS In the El Patio Hotel
Building, Is Again! Ready to Serve You.

I Whether Your Watch Needs Repairing, or =
I You Want A Gift for That "Special Scnieone."
KNOWLES.Is The Place.KNOWLES ,

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JEWELERS

Next to the Post Office Venice

OPEN 8:30: A.M. TO 5 P.M.
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not agree with a word .you say, but I will defend
'ydri your right to gay it, -TOLTAIRE l. sss'e

every Frida,. Editorial knot business office. 313 West
..., Venice, Florida. P. O. Bo* 632. Phone V.nic. 3131.

MEMBER FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION .
NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION a

.t iccond.cU.. matter June 6. 1946, at the post office
Florida, under the Act of March 3. 1879. Wort V10 KITCHEN

ratett One year, $250 six months, $1.SO) three CABINETSWe

Classified advertising rate 2 cent per word first 20 have several
p.-ad,,
Of
per word for each additional word. Kitchen Cabinet' Ali Ma

m"I porcelain top tnd all are tu
H WILLIAMS Editor and Publisher Ished in black and thlte
Office Manager

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:, To The EDITOR

: : The Gondolier will be glad to print letters of gen-
[ rovl when. as and If space permits Please keep them p
Anonymous letters will not be considered However, I 1711

\ .' di siren to have only his Initials or nom de plume,
".\ leader," published The Gondolier will be happy

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,;' O SORRY, BUT YOU'ILL AAyTO

Venice, Florida forbids doctors from advertisingthat USE 11-Ic:. BALK NT12ANCe./
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Editor: their offices will be closed CHROMIUMDINETTE

I I Venice Gondolier temporarily? Oi don't they Just SETS

: Dear SirThrough: give a damn what the people of
MULLIGAN I bv C.II.W. Table and Fcur Chairs I
this community think? .
your columns may II Leatherette Seat and Back

enter a personal protest against Last year, when the whole state Assorted colors. Tables hit
-
, the inconsiderate action of our of Florida was worried about a
I We have just read and re-read, what Saturday Evening Post Porcelain or Maturate Top
two doctors in both taking vacations near-epidemic of infantile paralysis I
editors describe as probably "the most desperately Important mes-
at the same time, thus leaving Dr Thompson disappeared.
sage the Post will publish this year"
this community with no closer without even making public announcement
Written by Joseph and Stewart
I medical aid available than that that he would be
Alsop, the article, "Are We Ready form', lacks
zation in Its present
in w ra ota, 18 miles away? away. Looks like its a habit with "
for a Push-Button War?, paintsa power and authority to enforce a
Ale the e gentlemen so lackingIn vivid chilling picture of thingsto world peace.
a sense of responsibility that him.(1
come of gulded-mlsslles traveling -
I they are not concerned one whit 4. While partially due to our
thousands of miles through
, with what the community thinksof own reluctance to yield sover-
their action Does the medical (EDITOR'S NOTE: ttfve had space to wipe out huge cities eignty, largely it Is due to Russia -
without warning, and horrifying
of the '
fratcrn.t>'. boasted Hippocratic' sentiments similar to the above s persistent use of its Security
threat of biological and
" oath, which they took mean so expressed to us by at least a dor- chemical: warfare Council veto power, which has

! little to them that they conldnt Venetians this past weeke consistently stymied UN efforts to
It Is a somber, thought-pro-
! even get together and take their understand Dr. Blades announced Insure world peace.
toklnc article, with the authors
I vacations at different times, and his vacation plans ahead of time 5. The United States should,
: quite frankly stating only the BABY BUGGIESWe
I thus give us at least the peace of and he did send us word he planned immediately and with the full
United States
and Russia have
mind that come with knowing a I to be back about September I the resources to compete for realization this step may mean now have a complete! :

doctor is available in case of 10 All we know as to Or Thomp leadership In a "wild scientific armed conflict cease 'appeas line of Baby Buggies ml

emergency? son's absence Is that there Is a ing" the Russians, Walkers,
race to produce the fantastic
I saw in The Gondolier a little .sign on his office door to the effect weapons of the future." 6. The United States should Inform -

news note 10 the effect that Dr. he will return September 15. Asserting new weapons alreadyat the UnIted' Nations It Is

Blades was away, but nothing Personally, we do think an explanation hand Impose ''a clear and final willing to abide by majority decisions -

' rontcming Dr. Thomp on', absence if not an apology Is choice, between the eventual certainty of the UN GENERAL ASSEMBLY f'FyOOA
Is the medical professions due the people of this community in such matters as
of catastrophe on the one
cede of ethics" so rigid that It We'd be glad to publish same I ICOLEMAN'S hand, and the building of a sure atomic weapons cbntrol, providedthe

peace on the other," the Alsops UN Immediately forms a po- ,
:r aid I
nevertheless see no solution save lice force capable of enforcing UN ai, yIl ,

GARAGEOn that the United States marshalall decisions.

the Trail VENICE Phone 2165 its resources In one great su- 7. It the UN Is not willing to

perhuman effort to arm Itself do this, or cannot do It within a
AUTO PAINT BODY FENDER WORK fustest and mostest" with the reasonable time under Its pres-

weapons of the future ent rules, then the United

SUMMER SPECIAL! Admitting such a program States should withdraw from .
.
Enamel Paint Job And will cost billions of dollars and the UN and Impose a 'Pax
$40
will require unstinting effort America" upon the world If
Guaranteed Satisfaction . . Up from tent of thousands of specialists It can And we think It can BABY BEDSNew

and workers, still the now, but not It we delay much Shipment of Baby Beds

EXPERIENCED MECHANIC ON DUTY I Alsops say we must do It longer, and Mattresses Just rectl ,4

1 1r "this nation must be strong, for 8. The United States knows /Jt All sizes

r the safety of ourselves and of has no designs on any other nation -

the world. I ', territory or people. We seek

Perhaps It may be considered i only peace for the world and fo KIIVCHENr

Why Not Vacation presumptuous for us to proffer ourselves. if the other nations STOOLS

our thoughts on the biggest ques- haven't sense enough to stop their
tion confronting the Wood or Chromium -
world
today, eternal bickering (and yet they
when far keener minds confess have the Leatherette
colossal gall to expect
Early This Winter? frustration. But here seats.
goes: Uncle Sam to feed, shelter and
1. It Is obvious that
Russia and clothe their
people, as children:
the United States are, and will
expect their parents to do) then KITCHEN
continue to be 'in -
the
foreseeable we should '
compel them to stop LADDER
future, the two great opposing fIghting. We need an Interna- STOOLS

SUMMER RATES IN EFFECT forces. tional law against 'disturbing the
2, A catastrophic, civilization- \
peace"
and a policeman
and courtto HandY rod-:
TILL DECEMBER 1 destroying war can only be avoid go with it.Personally .). ing, u at CDI useful

ed, apparently, by we don't think its com blnatioDladder
(gal) A "Pax America" Imposed and
enough for
our politicians to Just
upon the world, whether the yell Itools.
Communist! or Fascist!"
world likes It or not, by a supremely at anyone whose Ideas they dIslike -

powerful United States Action, not talk. Is what i is KINGFurniture
that Is confident of '
the
purityof needed If we are to avert
the catastrophic -
EL PATIO HOTEL Its own motives and deter- conflict Into which we Co.
mined
to get peaceful security seem to be slowly but surely drift-
225 W. Venice Ave. VENICE, FLORID.Phone 3572 even If It has to fight for It, Ing.: "We Feather Your Nest

or byb When will the United States With A Little Do\'n"

JAMES M. McCLURE ( ) A peace Imposed by a have a greater bargaining
THELMA H. TRESHER pow
world
Owner organization, such as the er In Its fight for PUNTA GORDAABCADIA
peace -
Manager
United
Nations. either militarily, or economically 1 FT )!YEISi
3. The United Nations organs
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VENICE
GONDOLIER .
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DAY.BEAUTY
CONTEST COMPETITORS J

(Continued from page one) ", ." High School Band

1 branch were the other; two Rehearsals
ech i to

gPI. (J j

tier the barbecued beef lunch- Be Continued I ,,

Ji at noon the afternoon's pro- ; JI

-a, opened with a talk by Rep- : In a summarization of Venice- I

!!' ie illative J. Hardin Peterson Nokomis High School band activities !

0 was introduced by Mayor during the summer Director 1

de V. Hegel' after Commanderpson e 41'x'' Paul Goldenstein 'yesterday f'
,
i &Iw rta.
had formally welcomed r rI reported enrollments totaled 48.

1 Lakeland congressman to r I with nine students showing up for

ilc('( Labor Day celebration. I: every one of the Wednesday f ,
.
yarns of Communism ., morning rehearsals] and eight be-

Peterson. a member of the 'r tI"s : Ing present every time except i ;

use Committee on UnAmerlcan when officially rxcustdHe .

) drfties warned his listenerst + I announced 15 students welt
v t
t the menace of Communistic fintd' a total of $41 for l being

'e'li ration Into American affairs ... ., absent without: permission. Refund R
turn
floe jar more widespread and ser- clinks will be distributed to

,I than most people realize. / wS" the callous band members at re-

je stressed the need for pie- i ? L s 1kz h anal at the school next Wed-

redness and praised the Amer- nc>da)' morning

an Legion national convention Pupils who did not miss a sin d

lorment of universal military' .ic fl luarsal: Bit tram. Earl M .

ninj I Dixon H: M kcsc.11. M.; Hlgel

The time has passed wher. aid t d R Harriman:: Huobaid UndrrII. -

i Revere can go out and raise I S a r $ 5 God. Ztlglcr

e United States to arms o'er1 1 Pupil]* who' wile present for

ht!: he a' PHed 'This Is asof I every rehearsal except wren ex

mechanical mightVe ,',i,,'d :: Ball. T. Bolclt SlebneiChamlli

;nid! haa definite military .. Jnl pston. B: Joseph (

Inlrj projramVe are a I Flunk:'n. A MaitlndaliOcldt .

I ireful 1 ration but we recognize | !'lI'\n plans to cyitlnutdiie

TS ere I is turmoil and strife in the i ..tion! of band activities at Ve
.
I
grid today and we must be pre. No-Hi (his year. on n non-. t..l- i

wl for any eventuality" I led voluntary bisls I Mrs. Oildm I

,ad C. P. Rickard. president of the stein rm donated a trombone tc

I.t once| Taxi Service Inc. prov Id- shown above are the fur girls who competed In the beauty the bind making a total of 11
mutest sponsored bNo-VI .
t free taxi service for the girls. post of the .American lKii as one feature of the big Venice Labor Day celebration Left to right Instruments now owned by the I
are Alice
: Roht'rb.oar."t..
Frazer sedan .. why placed third : Ruby Rigby, Nokomis. band. Contribution of Instruments .
acing a new ]lat.t tleuood. first, and !Shirley ('.,...dy. Punta Gorda second: Linda Haves. En.
t addition to his fleet, at their aidudrn :Morrlss. Naples or money with watch: to
__ il'hnlo b\ Jul'ia-'ut courtesy of Sarasota Herald.Tribune t
I po
,/ \\t eienlng 'I I Peterson hpet'ch'u held at tie: duilnr the -- -
evtniiiirvillaid Tay- Richard Cuirjs Roundtr." ridden I
Next major event followingi i municipal 'J. & J.I all'poll.herl' i 1'01'' of Nokcmis won a General by DIckie MrLeod by a no.e./- I/ FOR JOB PRINTING IncludIng : I

some of the fastest qiaiteihoises Electilc washing machine and I I 300 yards-17 s. I letterheads. envelopes, statements (
I'
'j on the West Coast vied for honors i Hariy SJoblom won a Majestic 6. Frank Blackburn "Maud" ,'l or business cards, stop In

in a two-hour and a half i-ioeiam: ladln-iecoid player Sl't.lhl..tle ,: defeated ds. McGies Daisy." 440 at The Gondolier office, 313 West! .

of special match: laces yat Venice avenue or phone 3131
I .\ Results L'ttle defeated Ed
Next sports event following an Results of the mom ings ath- HJIt. "Dan"a.n; a l hH f fI

air show was a Softball came be. I ktlc I''t'ntsl'rl'e as follows: ;I yard i'acebut lost in a return j CLASSIFIEDADS
tween Pat's Bar and Grill of matc.i to "Dan" a few minutes
I THREE-LEGGED RACE FOR ;, later I II I
Punta Gorda and the City of Venice BOYS : Fust I James Fianklm-I I 8. In a rematch, Richard Cm-

nine. After coming from behind I Mickey Keys: second Jim Jos- rys "Beaut)'" triumphed by foUl'over ... IL
(2. a ward lira ao .d. Ic nb
5 In their half of the fifth Inn I sart.Edwant Ke>'sI lengths Walter Whulei additional ...,d. Mlllhnum charge, f
ing to tie the score at om-all the I I 50-YARD DASH. BOYS UNDER "Nellie." 25c. Cash with Ad. S..i.1 rots
1*. Fiist Milton W C. McLeod of lur mare than Nina Insertion 01 thessrr
:! : Mikesell : Sarasota anc.: .
Punta Gordans d. "is will tad
tallied ove
again in
second Steven Lombaido Dick Curry of Nokomis acted _
:d I as the 1.1.. 0"1 ,3111) p.m.
tie: seventh to win 2 to 1. I 50-YARD DASH BOYS OVER official matchmakers for the Thursday.th the .nd,". '

R. Aldridge and Hurst Charles: i 15: First. Jim Jossart; second I laces. with Jack Wilkinson a' ado"atr.i.) ",II" .y1arl'tpromptiy. I,
public address system announcer.
James Franklin
formed the battery for Punta Frank Blackburn and Billy Blackburn .
Oorda with Billy Hankins p.tch- THREE-LEGGED RACE. BOYS served as Judges
UNDER 15: FIrst. Milton Mike-
FOR SUE
Ing and Paul E.kew catching for ,

sz,:mission mot. Venice st'll-Laurence Lcnioaido Jones-Bill}'; Jospp.i second; Steven LEGAL NOTICES Ml' SI' KA('KlrK'(:II ..rA+."w : )1 I II
1 vefsAaee. "".. 1.11. (:n..h.h Au.tlll ";." '5as '4Y r
Turn Tiblii THREE-LEGGED RACE -- -- ----- Pert station ,
FOR -- -- wag" '" '01. "III' 1161.

In a five-Inning Kmatch," the GIRLS: First Mary Eail-Mar- NOTICE WANTED I
Venetians tory Adorjan:: second Peggy UNDER HCTITKK K NAME LAW
managed by GradY -
Bradford-Nadine Hayes. TCI WHOM IT MAr CONCERN: t l\\I.lIt.IIUII.I HOI'yF:, for. .bed :
Taylor turned the tables on the SACK RACE BOYS UNDER N..IKU I hereby given that Uw underaign..i I ".rll'n .h..t f"r high "11I.1 teacher .
I''irsimil I the ". .
efficient Punta Oordans. winning J to 1- 15: First Jon Barry Wimbish : But l.." H.>".. 1111I" I N... .I..itl.ill. M('hm Nairn""r Phone Ills fl
smart way to protect The same batteries were used as second Lawrence Jones ,N.", .2IIIKI" ions .f Florida. 1IMI will ONE" : UMt1,1, 'de'wier' ...fngermtur I.
your clothes from moths. +o-ter with the Clrh if the Civil) 1 insal "nliti"n. !I.'hone 20.7,
CEDARIZED in the first game I SACK RACE, GIRLS UNDER Court. In and for Sarasota County H.r. : __ :
to give a pleasant The celebration was concludedIn 15: First Marjory Adorjan: sec- ids. edam r,w"11 ot proof "f the i,,illl,'" Itt'SIXESS nRSOL'i 3:
roma.1ened. ord Betty Lois Biorseth t/on/ or this notice. the fiotltk.us home. ,
the evening with a dance at t--III I PIANO IN8TRUT1CIN Tiullr :
a' .
for list in vacuum cleaner and KMI with music furnished by f The greased pole contest and NOkOMIS HARDWARE y.... h..n'.. .tttm'mng fall term II .x''in.... V;
I the three dollar bills tied to the Under which we are inuuKnl .. 1 '
In h".in.
eia'M protection of a 'k"I.ity Mr !M Genner. (all 20,5. #:
.
woolens, Wr t l. ,, ..
Joe Asher laz three 'Xi < .nirainin I i ln in
and his Target: (II che : rope went to of the > he -----.
II"rkl 'y H ill llni Timiiaml Trail N k. NFI'TIt' TANK mail ( .1..1 tiomnivia
V'
One tra. The beauty contest winners Keys boys Edward. Roland and mi.. H' rllaThat ,,.. ...
Pound size 75c I with' M"I rn P"n'pn x ni in'HIM't K -
.Mickey woo; collaborated In ins the parties I".......', I1" were presented with their
81.29 41b $229 icspiclive K"nlous acrobatic style to get Inn enterprise are .. r..lliw.l H47I !
$50 $25 and $10 cash awards larrnrp, J Hurkley, I"'4 _____ __ _
above the section
greased of the
I IMvn r II"rkky. 61" RI\FWAYI PUT IN. Murk fill die ,
;
(REDUCE DAMPNESS II ...6.6. flagpole] Dated litVnice. M......la County. M"r shell ('sorterr work of all k,nda with.
Horse Racing Result Mil A"if".) .H IUI7 1 Louis AI..n. !'hone '412. I
I Business .nn1 Results of the horse races: PiMl.h AUK. IS. 22. 20. Sept i
z
s. In Tow home I. Lawrence Anderson's Jerry. REAL ESTATE FOR SALEDON'T

the .n/_ z AND 2 ridden by Clarada] Cocking defeated NOTirF __ \

.",ntHI. ProfessionalDirectory Robert Curry Bill." ridden UNDER .rTI.o"1I NAME LAW WISH YOU HAD P'!,
way. }
by Wayne Elliott 440 yards Not IN. In her: 1-1 i 'hat the enter.signal .
tine 26"a seconds p"m"ant li the .'Iellll..u> Nam
UuDIIUOUTB 2. Walter Messer "Ida." riddenby Law" .('h.ph', 2n M. Laws ,,f Florida. 50' x 159' Building Lots li
L ; (MMII l will r,'.1.'.. w l h the tl 1.,rk if the
Bobble McLeod. defeated Circuit' Court in and low Rara...,. ('..unty.
.................. Harrv Aldays Little Alma:' ridden Florida' nix'n receipt i.f I ....f i.f the puh-, Oroveland Avenue
t* Mf' son"MILDIWIUIT lirntlnn' if thin notice. the fictitious namvtnwitt s
by Dickie McLeod by a neck
running the 440 yards In 24 seconds '
Frank Coffrnan TAKION IrNTrR: RESTAURANT a $200.00
end 111.011711111141111. flat !)()(kS
GENERAL CONTRACTOR 3. Walter Wheelers "Nellie." "r .hl.h wee arc rnwiri*! In b"nini..
1 has. fr. ... '. ,. Paved Electricity Wat
r m C w r (fiesta J nl r.
ridden by Harvey demons defeated ... Inlet In the (Ity of Venice. d.in.
Closet Size 89c Telephone Richard Curry's "Beauty:' l.n'I'' 8ara..t. .""I II''al. i.f r'k.r..laiat Fee Simple DePd.Purch3sI'r .
Sarasota 69397ROOFING ridden bv Robert Curry 440 yards the nors if the partu Int .r..t. to pay fo Abstract
Basement i ... .
Size i aid built and the extent i f their
26 4 seconds
$2.49 1
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intirrffta .. '
r.poeit" therein are t..l.1 1iv if abstract de lrl'd.
4 Rov Pope's Queenle," ridden lows tHtrlirrt
The Rexall Store by Dickie McLeod defeated BobMzLeod'e O'fh..I. M. Ringo end wife' .:..1. MRingo _n.___ _

Roof Woik of All Kinds Pahok-e Queen riddle | ... Manatee and wife. Mary R.Mor. .
.Proo ription SptclalliU bv Bobble McLeod 220 yards .' 501 1 HVimmel's
AM-IN P, JONES -14 8. I 1 I Dated at Vrnlrv Sarasota Cnunty
POST OFFICE ARCADE Fir. In. this Shah day if Aueu.t A D. REALTOR
BaSI sue 1 Phone 2981 5. Dynamite, owned and ridden 1(1(7
VENICE by Bobble McLeod defeated August 20. SutfmWr 6-\2-19. VENICE FLORIDA

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Pan SixPLANS VENICE GONDOLIER September I, IN.I .
uncertainties both M to Income

FOR FREEMAN-RIGBY TAX RATEContinued Items and expenditures, will have I Tide Tables
resolved should
themselves and we VENICE INLET

WEDDING ARE ANNOUNCEDWedding ( from page one) then bit in a position to stabilizeour Dab H11h.
I cost of operating the city like taxation over a period of 11., Ikopt I .... 4'11 ..
Sat., Sept. a .... Pili. ..
everything else is rising steadilY City taxes are only one 0:32 a m. tIi:
plans of Miss Ruby Blanche Rigby of Nokomis and years ito Pili. : as
this The lone protest against the 21- Item In the list of charges against lun., Sept. 7 4119 1.1t.s
Robin Minot Freeman of Long Island N. Y., were announced lion., 8Ppt. I. am 12:11.: .
wtik mill levy was made bv Louis Su- real property and It would seem Tu.... Sopt. 9 .. 4:04 4:6N a III.,. IsikThan.
ter owner of the Hotel Venezia, to be the best policy to hold themat WocL. Iopt, 10 __ ':4S a" 1:1, ..
The wedding will take place at i .. Sept. 11 9:17 a m.. 4'11 as
5 pm. next Friday September 12 who contended the levy shouldnot a minimum until we discover FrI., Sop12 -._ 11,45 a m. 1:11. ..
at the Venice-Nokomls Methodist Vacation School of be higher than 20 mills a rate what the total effect of the new ---- 10,30 a... 1:11/HI:/ N
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Church with the Rev George L :Methodist Church tentatively considered by the school code will be on next year's ----------

Hal Per officiating and the public council but rejected In favor of County taxes and what the san-

Invited. The pianist will be Mrs. Ends SundayThe the higher rate after a lengthy itary sewer charges will amountto JtUtla.40c

f J. Weedman of Bradenton and discussion. against the properties servedin

Mrs. Frank Roebuck of Venice closing worship service of Councilman Finn Caspersen the event we can make the
will be the Moist the Venice-Nokomis Methodist I who. presided over the council necessary arrangements to finance -
Miss Ripby will have as her Church's Vacation School"11 meeting In the absence of the and Install them on a basis

maid cf honor, Miss Miriam be held at 7:30: p.m. this Sunday, council president Dr. T. S. that is within our ability to pay"
Smith of Nokomis. Bridesmaids with the public Invited to attend Thompson advocated the 20-mil
vii: T sasses Virginia Bowden Enrollment this sear reached a i rate, but Councilmen Smyth Bro VETERANS HERE
Mistily 1II11\'t'lI. Jo Davis, hard and George Higel backed
i Bobby announced by
total of 63 It was
CASH
and Neil 1 1nn Rifcln Margaret : the Rev George L. Harper dean II up by Major Clyde V, Higel, favored I $9,700WORTH
Ann Jon s will be the flower girl. i adding the extra mill to OF BONDSSome
school and Mrs. James I
The ling bearer will be Robert of the T'I make It more certain the city'srevenue
I'I of veterans In the southern
BIIICP R cc\'. JiFictnrn )' B:alodc superintendent would corer anticipated
wH! hate as his best I cillcSiens: division and general] I expenses end of Sarasota County joined

man h.> bio'herillhm Ra>'- chairman of the school Suter argued that the council with their brethren all over the

, nond r-t.t man. Jr. of Long NM I Members of the school's staff was allowing too much for "con- nation this week in cashing their

Y r',i \' u'lurs. iUl-! I I tingencies' and that 20 mills was terminal leave bond. but J, T.
hit year wereKndeigatten:
calm '... "uir aid Dick Dies hlgw enough but the council finally Blalock, \lce-presldent of the r
The PINT
,
':"t cl ::" :.:\\atel' Fla and nuiseiyUr agreed with Mayor Higel Venlce-Nokomis Bank said there
The ,1d r> part will be en- ,. \'lrgllIuIns! and Mrs stand: "I see no reason why the was no great rush here as was reported -

, teltained with a buffet supper at I Charles Hvder; primal, Mis' city should struggle to provide In some sections of the
i I
the R.cby home on the eteninh Virginia Bowden Miss Betty Lou services on a hand-to-mouth basis country,
of ttp ._;? ji. before the retreat I I Johnson Miss! Margaret Dixon: just for the sake of being ableto "We cashed about $5,000 worth The Recall Store
,: say we cut the rate an extra or bonds the first day," he said,
Alvin Jones Mrs. V. "Prunlplilln
Juris Mis NPnmibl"
$3.500 the second day, and $1.
---- mill: and voted to levy 21 millsMaors -
B. Dixon; music and folk games Statement 200 jesterday" POST OFFICE ARCADE

Alll-R > OU HAVE I Mrs James Hightower, Mrs. C. C After the meeting Mayor Higel PROSE U81 AEtlq

READ THIS COPY Lowe. and the Rev Harper: sec- Issued the following statement:

OF THE GONDOLIER. retaries, Miss Marilyn Mikesell "The budget approved by the SHOPPERS

WHY NOT MAIL IT Miss Nell Rigby; refreshments city council represents a reduc- Why walk home uiihaut hca\t
TO SOME FRIEND ,000 in parcels when you can ride In
tion of approximately $8 con
Mrs. Wimblsh, Mrs. C J.
Barry
tP fort In
NORTH low-cost
? with a Venice Taxi cab
operating funds as compared I
Ritchie. --A Why court achfng feet
the current fiscal year which ends For Instance the fare from \en-

, rf"lfc2, TKOMJIOM |,?d -- ?.?? October 31 e.".,. Ice-Nokomis Bank to Edeeaood U
.ffm l'Ltnl\ET led I ill).00I 'If the estimated miscellaneous Only 35c,
ft ft.}I ( OHNfT, I >ed 4600
f. sat MPET. New ,. I *000 revenue comes up to expectations Call 3461VENICE
TtKMSi tram IUO A Month we should be able to stay within

the budget. If not, we will be faced ,. TAXI
,.
Uhtn lh> PU the Rumba on the Tuba
tipke Jones with the alternative of curtailing SERVICE
"Peg O' M. H..rt" Ruddy Clark capital Improvements or: Inc.
"Un The Avenue" Andrew Sisters
>> "An Apple Museum .dd.o" borrowing money to complete
'" Hat D..ln hem, But these are problems that 1 NtI/1.ttI1f1 fftttNNfdtlflNVd++111(11 tdfdfd

ALPHA :MUSIC SHOP cannot be answered beforehandand : JOSSART KINCAID
the city
I can only assure
Hr.. rh,'... Ir"b"'arlaon M.j..tlr. w'eetinghnuee and Arvin Radio ;
and "'"il".t all u". 'F5I( E AitNlfc PHONE 2663 that I will make every effort to !
Radio Repairs Radios Rented ._ Cameras Rented Contracting Repairing
administer the city's affairs so as
r to stay within the budget In doIng Full Line Fixtures and Materials

Have You Flown the New Spin-Proof Ercoupe Yet so I earnestly solicit the active Water Pumps Pipe and Fittings
t support and co-operation of
-
COME: I> LET LS SHOW V LET IS FIGURE YOUR JOB ESTIMATES GInS
and of the
every city employee
YOU THIS PLANE THAT Phone 2665
citizenry at large." Post Office Box 134

ALMOST FLIES ITSELF Caspersen Comments 323 West Venice Avenue Venice, Florida

SEE VENICE. _FROM_TIlE AIR PASSENGER HOPS $1.50 Commented Councilman Cas- .. Across
the "
street from the Gulf Theatrer
LEARN TO FLY IN 8 EASY LESSONS persen whose budget recommendations : .
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