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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 26, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071736
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N0. 30 FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1947 PRICE FIVE CENTS


100,000 Frozen Food Bowling LeagueTo Carl Wolf May Run for

'I Start
Here

ant To Be Built Monday NightWith City Council ; CaspersenMay



on Near Osprey Venice Food Shop meet- File for MayorProbable f
Ing R. and R. Sporting Goods and

Earl's Oarage tangling with the

lens to break ground about November 1 for a Sinn nno frozen Venice-Nokomis High School entry of Carl Wolf Edgewood resident and local service

[plant about one mile south of Osprey were announced this team, play In the new men's station owner, into the race for the city council seat being made

I to Thomas Durfee Sr.. of Sarabay Acres, president of Sarabav bowling league Mill get under way vacant by the expiration of the term of Dr T. S. Thompson was dis- I

n Foods, Inc .1 next Monday night at 8 o'clock at closed by close friends here this week. The city election will take
With a capacity of 500.lockersplus the Bowlakade. place on Tuesday December 2.

Launch provision for bulk storage I To set the political pot boiling
T.A. to
Postponed 24 hours because of
and 'customers' i still more merrily, Mayor ClydeV
lockers the
the new storm, the meeting of P.-T.A. Carnival
mbershipive plant will be used for commercla I Higel has indicated quite \
sponsors and team captains was
processing of fish, fruit, meat strongly he will not be a candi- ,
Proceeds Go
held at the R. and R. shop last to to t
date for reelection.Will .
Monday vegetables, etc.
I Tuesday night, but was so poorly
At Sarabay Acres attended that Stan Richardson, Run For Mayor High School Band't'

th 500 members as a goal, It will be located in Sarabay] i Councilman Finn Caspersen, although f

Venice-Nokomis Parent- Acres Just off the Tamlaml Trail' i still trying to persuade Jack Wilkinson and Mrs. R. E.

r r Association will launch a about 900 feet north of Dean's WOMEN BOWLERS Mayor Hlgel to run again! said he Fields were named to handle the
rshlp drive next Monday, definitely will be a candidate for annual P-TA Hallowe'en Carni-
Service Station, which Is at the Formation of a women'sbowling
announced this week bj the mayoralty post If Hlgel refuses val, on the night of October 30,
junction of the north Treasure league will be discussed -
Bowden chairman 01 to seek re-election. meeting of the P.-T.A. exe-
H 8 at a
Island road with the Trail. at a meeting to be held at
(membership committee. "Clyde has done a far better cutive council held last Tuesday
Durfee said the firm, Incorporated the R. and R. Sporting Goods
Informed B. E job of administering city affairs night at the Venice-Nokomis
Bowden
for $250,000, has Just Shop, 303 West Venice avenue,
p-TA president, that It than most people realize" Cas- Chamber of Commerce Building.
en ed Its papers from recelv-I at 7:20 7 o'clock next Monday
fanned to attempt to obtain State R. A. Gray He is night. All women Interested In persen said "I think I am speak- President B. E. Bowen reportedthe ,
| members by having studentse Invitedto ing the opinion of the entire executive committee vot-d to
his son, Thomas Durfee, Jr, issecretarytreasurer bowling are cordially '
Nokomis and Laurel schools I attend said \Ir". Helen council when I say that we have devote proceeds of the Hallowe'enCarnival
and E. T.
|theIr parents to Join. Collier Is vice-president. Richardson received 100 per cent co-operation to support the high '

lie first classroom to bring In from Mayor Hlgel and without his school bandInspects.

I per cent of their parents will Modern Plant I work we would not have accom- I
The plant will be built accordIng plished half the things we did I
|given a reception Mrs. Bow- league president was unwilling to Air Base
to latest designs in this field, full : succeed In doing this past year. I
i said 'After that, we will gO ahead with arranging a 'I
Durfee said with the "automatic ;
I "Definitely A Candidate"<
I a house-to-house canvass,, schedule of league play. Facilities "
'nr I people to Join the P-TA, locker" method being used. This ''I hope he can be persuaded to
will customers reach Byron Eerl. captain and spon-
enable to again but If the of
run pressure
i though theyhaven't children "Caval-
their lockers without entering the sor of the Earl's Garage squad personal business affairs preventshim W. B, Naylor, with the

hoot!' frigid temperature room where I and Byron Jones, captain of Ven- from continuing to give so cade of Amusements," this week f.'
Bowden called attention to the Venice
facilities at
the lockers are stored normally. ice Food were the only ones who freely of his time to the city, I Inspected I
|ecent proclamation by Cover- Air Base, with a view towards ,
Customers in a 'near normal temperature" showed up for the meeting. After shall definitely be a candidate for '
Millard F. Caldwell, as fol. possibilities into entering Into a
than hour
for an
room will simply ma- waiting more "
'S: mayor lease with the city covering build-
nipulate dials that will swing for late-comers; Richardson finally Under city charter provisions, 1
WHEREAS, The Florida Con- set next Monday ings sufficient to providing winter
their lockers into place, providing gave up and it,would not be necessary for Cas-
51 ot Parents and Teachers ready access without the discomfort night, at 7 :30 p,m., at the Bowla- persen to resign his city council quarters.
in annual membership en- I cade the time and place for Final determination will not be
of entering a freezing tem as seat in order to run for mayoi
merit during the month of Ocr perature" room. he: next "captains and sponsors" Elected last year Caspersen has made until the city learns whether -
and Sparks Circus intends to continue -
A weekly delivery service to' meeting three more years to serve as coun- lease. "
under their present --
WHEREAS The 120,002 par- locker users of Sarasota, Venice,, However, it was decided to start cilman, ; I

I and teachers who are mem- Nokomis and vicinity Is planned eague play with four teams Monday Wolf is almost certain to run

I of Parent-Teacher A&socla- Entry into the "pre-cooked frozen night the remaining teamsbeing for council, friends said and they Mitchell's BarberShop i

ns In Florda are devoting their meal" field also will be one of welcome to Join In If their pointed out that he can count on I'
e and energies In the servicethe of the plant. two Opens ; ,
the first operations captains: or sponsors show up at strong-support from groups

children and youth of Ex-Naval Officer I he Monday night meeting to post Edgewood which has no direct ;

(Continued on Page Two) Durfee, a former naval officer, heir $10 entry fees and hand in representation on the present Tomorrow i

was engaged In medical and food their team rosters. Games bowled council, and veterans. Wolf serv- the most mod- ,t4
with
pool Opening research In New Jersey before the I Monday night will count in league ed in the Army during World War Equipped tonsorial specialties, a new

' war and Is particularly Interested :; landings; and In fixing handicaps II and is a member of No-Vel ern? of Mitchell will t,: I

ostponed Due to In the "frozen meals" angle of ''I I for teams and Individuals, Richardson Post No. 159 of the American Le- barber pen for shop business- In Venice to-

business. He also engaged In said. gion.
the It is located In the Dr.
! norrow
lness in Family "tenderizing meat" experimentsand I building Just
T. S. Thompson
plans to continue them at the 1 I CITY WILL REPAIR ompleted:! at the northeast corner -

[Serious Illness In the family Sarabay plant, ,working on both I BUILDINGS of West Venice avenue and 'I

Ich called Mrs. Annett Rutterk the "monochromatic light' and I! DAMAGED Nokomis avenue. .1

k her home In Boston, ""papaya enzyme" methods of operated
who
weekendat Mitchell,
officials met last George
last To hurricane damage, city
Sunday, resulted In Infinite making meat tender. survey in the Post Office
shop
postponement cf the Durfee was a captain In the I the Venice,Air Base and inspected all city-owned buildings. a Arcade barber for 14 years and has served -

thool sing of the Cambridge Venice I navy' and served three and a half After their trip Mayor Clyde V. pairs and additions to the city's as a member of the city council -

Cars a* personnel executive officer Hlgel announced the gable ends fire station. : and the county school board i ia

Bra Rutter said Illness of her at Quonsett Point. At various of four buildings will be stuccoedand Mayor Higel and Councilman I the owner of the new barber

'band, Everett prevented herm times he was In command at Mar two buildings, razed by the Finn Caspersen, who is water rhop ;

opening the school here this tha's'Vineyard Naval Air Station, big wind, will be salvaged, with commissioner, were informed by Mitchell Invites all former cus- )

'u However, she plans to con- was commanding officer of the I Walter B. Surls, in charge of the to patronize him at hU
omers
ct the school in Venice next only naval air station In the 1 reSUBSCRIBE water works, that the water was new shop, at 132 West Venice

ar. European Theatre of Operations I cut off for a period of only two ivcnue

at Dunkswell, England and NOW! hours during the height of Ue ---- ----- -
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was commanding officer of the Honest newsprint Is to storm.

WeatheR I naval air station at Coco Solo scarce we Just can't print "We wanted to keep as much I Coming Events I tMonday

Panama Canal Zone. enough extra copies of The water in the tank as possible

PEIUTURE Also Served In Navy Gondolier each week to place Surls said, "In order to take advantage -
'" RAINFAUHI.1a I enough of them on sale at The of the water's weight In 29
Uw I chwiously His son also served with the September
Rexall Store, the Nokomis keeping the tank In place"Joe
reported .. .....," 1156 Navy during the war, Grocery, Tale's Market. Aing- Conover, street foreman 8:00 p.m., Start of bowling lea-

'., Sept 19 u.. 88. 71 0.00 Both are enthusiastic about this er's Grocery, and the Y-D received much praise from the ,ue. Women to meet at 7.30 p.m.,
at.'
Sept. 20 88 72 000 section of Florida, pointing out Coun- R. Sporting Goods
? Store at Englewood. If you general citizenry, reported at R. and
"., Sept. 21 ".. 81 72 0.08 I that it is partlcllarly well suited want to make sure you get a cilman George Hlgel. street com- Store.

OD.*., Sept 22 .,. .. 85 72 1.40 I for frozen food plant operations, I copy of The Gondolier each missioner, for his prompt actionIn Thursday, October 2
,
Sept. 23 _," 7> 71 182 with an abundance of "raw ma- ,week please subscribe now. removing debris and fallen
", Sept. U ....... 7770 0.00 I terial" in the form of cattle, fish, trees from the streets after the 6::30 p.m., Venice Lions Club

""VBePt 25 ...77 69 0.00 I citrus products, vegetables, etc, I $2.50 per year. recent storm. meets, Tarpon Center Restaurant.

.** to date this month ... 14.68 I available nearby. I
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Membership Drive Can Pool All Income of [School Board Is New Freeholde


Continued from Page One) I Road Equipment I FloridiansMaintains Final AuthorityTallahasseeThe Must Register

Florida In our schools, and LeadI county school Tallahassee .A person ,
"WHEREAS, Such pubilc-spir- ,I Tallahassee A majority of a board la the final authority In deciding become a freeholder or !:

fled service Is an Important contribution ;I board of county commissioneri I I Per capita Income of Floridians which school a child must owner during the time tT

to the growth and devel- !I can decide to pool all read and continues to hold first place In attend, according to Attorney are open for registration L'

opment of our State, meriting the; bridge money and equipment and i the South, the research and Industrial General J, Tom Watson. I pear before the re'lstrltltt!

commendation and support of all'' the road work of the entire division of the Florida In an opinion to Dr H. F. Pres- |cer to swear to such t fa]
place
citizens; ,i I State Chamber of Commerce re- ton of. the Melrose school district, torney General J Ton

""NOW THEREFORE I. MIL- 'county under' one superintendentaccoiding i ported today in the third of a the attorney general said the law has advised Hurt! E. Carllct g

LARD F. CALDWELL by virtue of'' to Attorney General J. series of studies on Income. i requires the school board to make I Wlsor of registration ID
: Tom Watson I "Last year Floridians earned an'arrangements for children to attend county.
the authority! invested in me as
$1.010 each. maintaining those schools offering the facilities '1 The
of
I Governor of the State of Florida County Attorney W. J. Ferguson average registration officer J
i PI'claim the month of October. of Lake City wrote the attor- the lead for the South each needd by the children, and formed the attorney tnt,

I 1947 ney general that for several years. year since 1929 with the exceptionof which are most readily acceptableand a person who was not n p
PARENT-TEACHER the Columbia county commissioners 1941 and 1942 w.ien Virginians Involve the least cost. This i iI I owner and fi :-older belOll

I ENROLLMENT MONTH had divided the toad and received more than Floildians | decision holds, although the child I Ii I I acquired proper and desr
I
bridge money five ways, and each I i "Per capita Income payments i i may live In one district and be directed I vote In a bond election h]
In Florida and call all '
upon citizens commissioner had operated his are computed b)' dividing total j to the school In county He cainot
t to cooperate fully In this own road department within his income payments bv total popula-j lor even In another freeholder, the region!
attorney
I
laudable endeavor.IN I
district Now, It develops, three of latlon and are therefore per per- ;, School principals are another'l I said, unless he p'-.onally I,.,
WITNESS WHEREOF, I the five members of the commis- sen averages rather than pen mitted to disregard the before the registration office,

me hereunto set mj hand and sioners decided to pool all funds family averages:' a school board in which school a ,, takes oath that nr Is ( |freer

caued the Great Seal of the and equipment, and the dissent- |I The State Chamber child may attend, and a school transport a c...,d to the
State of Florida at Tallahassee, Ing two members have refused to that "as previous caUtiOned// bus driver Is not permitted to school I
the Capital, this the 29th
day surrender! their district roaa these studies, all '
of August A. D. 1947 i!'building: equipment < I II should be Interpreted in the light

Signed: Millard F. Caldwell, i The attorney general said the of present day inflation More significant >

Governor has decided .than the actual amount A
state supreme court New Barber
Shop
Attest : R. A. Gray.Secretary that a majority of the board of received b)' Floridians Is the fact

of State:' I county commissioners has authority that per capita Income increased

to decide how the count>'i 108 per cent in Florida 1929 to For Venice -

road and bridge money shall be 1946, while at the same time the
I national Increase was only 76 percent
Former Venice Man spent I II I .

The effect of the cessation of OPEN
Reported 'Missing'A I+ TOMORROW
both manufacturing -
war activity, in
I Can Buy Car and In the stationing of troopsIn
former Venetian Lieutenant
the State, is clearly brought out SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21
George Hammer, was reported For Sheriff In a comparison of Incomes for

mKsing' by theVar Depart 1945 and 1946. Last >ears, per

ment this week following a plane Tallahassee! County commissioners capita Income of Floridians fell Located in the new

crash In Peru Their ship crashed have authority to buy an below' the 1945 revised figure

near Nazca Peru while en route automobile for the sheriff .to use $1049', as was anticipated. Consequently Dr. T. S. Thompson Building

from La Paz, Bolivia, to the In patrolling county roads and the Florida per cent of
United States.Lieutenant beaches the national average also fell. In Northeast Corner of
Attorney General J. Tom
1945 this cent stood at 89,
Hammer was the per
Watson has Informed Comptroller Venice Avenue and Nokomisenue
; "
sonInIalof J. J. Dean of VenIce dropping live points last >'ear,
Miss Dorothy C, M. Gay The attorney general I
Dean flew to ]
the Panama Canal Zone this week added that If a sheriff used such

to be with :her sister, Vera Lieutenant / a county automobile, he would not I CLASSIFIEDADS I' MITCHELL'SBARBER

Hammers \wife be paid a mileage fee I

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u. a word lint 20 .-..-U. Ic eachadditional
RECORDS! RECORDS! AND MORE RECORDS!!! .o.d. M..I"'UM charge
''" IS LOVE: WITH A tUKKIHI: MAY I). She, 15. C..h.,t Ad. S..cla'' ..t.o
GEORGE
DARK TORN PANE" tUB T" 1110.' ,". for mart thin out Ini.rlion of the MITCHELL, Owner
A'" 11111 __ __ F. C.ie same id Ads will >>. accepted ayer
1'\1 STII I. 111fT"", 1'NIFH THE AI"'I F. TREE ,..,1.1).. the telephone (3131) up to ( p.mTluinriiy ,
f'H\( 1r'H: A\D THE HEAR, Phil Hirni with Ih* understanding I 132 West Venice Avenue
"A''f': YiERkT<'" T HEARTED: M VN .__ N.l.on Eddie .d.I1. will remit pam..t
I."HI'M __ __ _
Don ('.....k pomplly.) I
JEROME WITH A K1)\KERN). I\14411A MT HTKK .. 114v IIU\ Dennis I'..

( uLRTOO. I TOHIKOWMa Rl .
HI.THIIAKFI1KOI: LI sell
lOMHIN 1" II'HI"\" FOR SUE
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KEROStNF Hit water-Hr.l.r:-Twvr : ; f NNtdFIK-.4'U..4'4'4' ..NN1 dt tttNat.y2
ALPHA MUSIC SHOP 01, > One hithr.."m "j.h b.,.I I. Fvtry :
hln. In grad ...ndai.n.. Phone ixas
H... 1''iI.' 111,1., 1101-1<. W>.tinc> "u.. 141C.A.-Virt.ir Radioand -l"/I IGHTjIASTi: :-;'(). IVO-Phone- ; ,. Oi.-It ... '.-
Rem.ndton Rand Typewriter Dealer "Wilkr
III W.'E"n: AI ESt E = : .' \I.: .
PHONE :"l '
Radio Repair.e Radios Rented C. ..... Rented \\.* .TO RENT '1Fc i.. J" .
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WHOM OK HlillUNO with >.lj..ml.. ; .,. h ', \ r '-.m (:
card t. h. ....,! I... Nursery S.h.J I Phone
,,3\t. A.k for Mr.. Unr :

i HELP WANTED ;

Another Hurricane Coming.PERHAPS i WANTED Three ,.",..>m,'n llml :.
... I'2V per himr. Apply III P1.rla.
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Avfnu S>r ti I'hc.niSum. m 1 1..". r
NOT THIS WEEK I Phillip.. I'lumbinf, P. O, H..e t"00' Sara.Meta. .
OR NEXT WEEK "10,

BUT ONE [IS COMING. ni "-I\ESS- I'ER"'OS.\LS- --- ;

l3ettrre GENERAL; REPAIRS .. .
the iter-naked: sidewalls of jour -wine m.. i.... .,.." U.n,,".hio.m m..or.thlnw .r
stucco: lnnldin< had a chance to drand 0\.. C. A. Lamb IM. beforeou -. ....
Snug Hirbar | o. < 1S7 La.rolSrrTIl" ; MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS EARLY
had a dunce: to redecorate: the interior the weather FOR ACCOMMODATIONS AT
: TASK and C...ps1 t .1..1,. ;
man gal a you :annther du e \\ ith a promise of with... M.dern pumping elurpment., p....
l more able rite. C.oI".1I and Aloon. Phone THE COPPER KETTLE I INN
to come) /v171. i


When placer gets: wet t as a result of saturated: : hell DRIVEWAYS("...... work MT IN,,' .11 M I'k k.Mt. fl'l" I .dirt..j'bI ; Venice, Florida

walls! it !loses its life and this: results in :a I hazardous : I i mixer Louis_ AWjon Phone IIU__ SEASON: NOVEMBER l.t TO MAY lit

condition when! redecorating.Uter FOH RENT

"I.TRA Mor"'RS APARTMENT T., i, parlous Living and Sun Rooms Private Swimming F14"

checking the damage caused: l l\\ these bad: I!,I bl..cke to IIU II. Phone 11 a. :I! Ping Pong Table Badminton (ourti

Mo\\s, don't you think it is .ibotipime to end your LOST Large Ground. Parking Spice
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troubles'ln? not apple :a I "rain coat" o'I INSUL- TAN ASr."IIA mete- _at In Ray Pmnt,
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MASTIC, tint "m.ineloib A.-. In "P'.h nl" If seen Distance from: Golf Course 4 Blocks
semi-piitic, which water- Venire Het Trailer Park
Downtown 5 BlocksBeach
proofs, l beautifies: insulates and paints all in one I I. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 4 Blocks
lion and at -- --- .
open low
one oM. I I --- -

'Ihenou could rda \fith some d-'srree: of satisfactiun DON'T WISH YOU HAD Suites consisting of
Sun
Room. beds
Bithioom. Bedroom with twin
knouiiiif tint you'Oll.1! be protected I bj 50' x 159 Balding: : Lots Bedroom
without bath, but bathroom ronvenhnt
the (
best
known '
waterproofing?: material: for your O-o\'eland Avenue *.Room Furnished Apartments with Bath.
stucco or cement l block bul-lin::. Guranteed: to -

years by a reliable manufacturer: i $200.0J FOR FURTHER INFORMATION AND RATES

WRITE OR PHONE
i Paved E'ectrlcltWater.! .
For estimates call
Fee Smp: Deed MRS. R. A. BALDWIN

Purcr-is-r to -ay f, Abstract Until October 22
The INSUL-MASTIC Compary If abstract dc'lred 318 So. Higby, Jackson, Mich

-. 6 Telephone 26333
216 S Links Ave. SARASOTA DIAL 2107 After October Zi'

H.'immel'S 519 Harbor Drive, Venice, Fit.

i .VENICE REALTOR FLORIDA Telephone 3155

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{SCHOOL BOYS POSTPONED Seaboard to Add Tide TablesVENICE FOR JOB PRINTING. Including '

KED FORA1D The regular meeting of the I letterheads envelopes, statements l '

lei of police Gerry Pestotnlk Woman' Society of Christian New Train to Dato INLET or business cards, stop in fl'l
thanks to Service scheduled for last Tuesday I High Low :
week gave at The Gondolier office, 313 WantVenice :
Malanc and Edward Keys, night has been postponed until Silver Fleet' ''ri. &.pt. 28 '__ 10:(id a m. I:2H p.m. avenue or phone 3131. r
Sat., .._
Nokomis High School next Tuesday evening, at 8 fU.pt 27 12:1T I.m. 4 51 I.m.,

for their volunteer work on o'clock'. It was announced yester- Norfolk Va. Sept 25 (FNS- lIun.. IIrpt. 1M .__ 11.00 11:27.Im.I m. 'I::34 6V I p.m.m. i
night of the hurricane day by Mrs. J. T. Blalock The A new streamlined train will Join II:42 I.m. &:28 p m. DependableService
ata- postponement lion.. &pt 29._ 12IN a 6:18 I
at the police was decided m. a m.
bey stayed uponas the Silver Fleet' of the SeaboardAir 12 .
:21
phone calls and a result of the tropical storm Tu.., _. p.m. :80 p.m.
| to answer Line Railroad Company December ftopl. 10 120 I.m. 6:56 a.m.
and we apprecl- that hit Venice last Monday although
assist I::08 pm. 7.11
I irwise their aid very .much." Chief with less violence than 12 for travel between New W..... Ort I __._ 1:08, om. 7:2M p.m.I.m. WE SPECIALIZE IN ;
had been anticipated. York and both coasts of Florida, I:49 I'm. 76 P m Chrysler Products
said. Thu.. .
lotnllt O.t. 2 n 1:28 A.M. .111.m
.4' 44"4.44.444444.44. It was announced last week by C. 2:87 TIM
4"444' p.m.
't p.m.
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NOKOMISGARAGE
'rl. ___
(1 a
E. Bell passenger traffic mana- <1. 1,44 a m. ',55..m.
a:83 p.m. M.II p m ;
ger of the I'oad.Traversl.ng .

smitty'stavern the same route as The Florida Park Service has ;
acquired sites for eight proposed
the "Silver Meteor the new train al
GEORGE DEVLIN
parks In addition T.
to (!ght In operation -
a will provide one-night-out servIce Phone 2581 i
between New York Philadelphia ., 'JI .
a
Baltimore Washington t
Richmond. Raleigh the Carolinasand RELAX AND DINE

Miami-St. Petersburg Florida ''MODERATE: PRICES) J.

The streamliner will
new
125 South Tamiami Trail Venice TARPON CENTERRESTAURANT I'
leave Nsw York each morning.
Tha "Silver Meteor" departs each

o to aftemoon and DOCKS r .
A contest will be announced
shortly to select a suitable name COCKTAIL LOUNGE DINNER $1.25 i j jtl
DrinksIn
Best : for the streamliner. $500 will be
r
: warded to the person choosingan
: acceptable name and stating In Sample of Entrees on $1.25 Dinner tl
Town 50 word or less why the name
FRIED SHRIMP -- FRIED SCALLOPS FRIED OYSTER.3SNAPPER
submitted Is most appropriate.
FINGERS FLORIDA LOBSTER
Neither railroad employees nor
FRIED CHICKEN BAKED VIRGINIA HAM
At Company -0---
WE ALSO SERVE A VARIETY OF SANDWICHESPlace I
Judges will be Seaboard Air Line .
officials in Norfolk Virginia
PopularPrices Your Dinner Order and Roam Our Spacious Grounds,
Venice Overlooking Docks Bays and Gulf We'll Call You When C
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I LIFE IN THE ROAR dyKANEV f fMR. ""CHURCHES"Say.888 Point,,s Nokomis MtntlXlII



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"I do not agree a word you ay, but I will defend prayer and Engltv/eed soma Mrr"f, Itfl
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with my life your r say it.-VOLTAIRE 10 *-' d" 8rh
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'TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY" 'I ST MARK'S CHURCH EPISCOPAL

tr brr Riviera St. and Palermo flu I

By RUSSELL KAY U.aC Edward King. !In charged,
\ summer sernc""
':41 a.m Sunday tl.hoL
II amt's. IIIooa .ee, ,.v. I
Bung an ardent sports fisherman I suppose I should laugh with

glee ever the plight of the poor commercial fishermen. but knowing CHURCH OF COD

Mime of them personally and realizing some of their problems I can't .JONES TAKE A LETTER/ Venice Avenue
,
help but sympathize: with themIng .. Re*, C. D Jnnt. Fun

.i IICY JJKVC cenamJy Deen taK' 10 a.m, Sunday 8.hou,.
It the chin latelv 11 am Preaching
on with the
fishermen. never go near Why I 7 SO p.m, f,'turn.nil.
rc l tIde" messing them up on don t know but I'll trade you EXPLANATION OF NEW MOTORIST Thursday, 7:50: |, m. Touts P all'
the Gulf Coast and the State Fisiland t t I 8orvln.
a hundred protected fresh water
Game Department riding r Frida" '-I p.m. btiufit ?? !.
lakes I've fished in for a coupleof FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY LAW
field on 'em from Tallahassee. of Lake
acres Okeechobee anytime
Publicity given the "red tide" VENICE CATHOLIC CHURCH
just naturally knocked the bot- Commercial By ALLEN MORRIS Nassau at Tampa AtrmVenice
fishing Is an Important -
tom out of the fish business as
far as the Gulf Coast is con- Florida Industry and It Tallahassee, Sept. 25-Here'I the ABC of Florida's new motorist Rev C 1.. El.bndtr Put"

orrnrd Despite* the fact that should be given encouragementIt financial responsibility law: ( a.m. Mot
provides an income to thous- I
health authorities point out A-This law doesn't affect you
that fish from uncontaminated ands of who have no other means until you have had (after October dent. ."

waters ire rood to eat a lot .f livelihood dollars and brings millionsof 1) an accident causing property Singled Out If any one of the five -0\1'

folks still refute to eat any kind into the state damage of $50 or more or injuryor have been taken, the SUT>!._,
The commissioner singles out
of seafood. Today, commercial fishing is at death to a person.. Past acci- of the license and tag tt i
Then along came the Game and just about a standstill, fishing dents don't count against you the negligent driver or drivers lifted conditionally.Must .
boats from these reports and notifies
are tied
Fresh Water Fish Departmentwith are Idle, Catfish up fishermen and fishermen B-After this first accident has the states public safety and mo Present Proof .
along
ae order occurred because of That condition is the comic
closing Lake Okee- the St Johns River your carelessness tor vehicle departments (A driver
from Jacksonville
thobte the 6t Johns River and to Lake you must show your not satisfied with the commissioners ance of the financial respol1.\1b"

Lake decree to commercial fishIng you that the closing George of those will tell ability to pay the damages should finding may rr> to any ity, proof of which must bet.

and a* a result commercial to commercial fishing waters has you cause a second accident. circuit Judge for a review) sented when the ruing<< license J
fishing in Florida has been dealta C-That ability to pay may be vehicle registration ale renew
their
business the The public safety department
on verge of disaster
staggering blow "restricwill
The legend \
and many fish- demonstrated either by possess annually
,
suspends the driving license of
cimm and their families are on ing a casualty Insurance policy or be stamped on both to Wi'
Boats the motorist, and the motor vehicle -
the verge of Tied t'pAs
starvation In a number of less common ways department will not renew this.Persons
Old Fight evidence 01 the situation from, most of the''
Not
The: fight between sports and they point to rows of fishing boats CompulsoryIt's the license of the vehicle Itself at other states requiring motorist n

commercial fishermen is an old tied at the docks dozens of nets not a compulsory insurance the end of the license year. sponslblllty will be affecttl,!

one and both have a place in the on row after row of racks and law. If you don't have Insurancenow Can Stave Off Action through reciprocity agreement
Florida picture and idle employees you need not buy a policy Both these !
much hooey hanging around.. of actions may be the same manner as Flortl1u
and misinformation 'has been In the Welaka Georgetown area or do anything else until you staved off, however, by doing any for accidents in this state, 11

dished out by both sides. what commercial fishing Is going cause a collision. one of five things: Floridians will be bound too I

Personally, I don't agree with on Is confined to the operation of That accident will bring you Obtaining a liability policy mishaps elsewhere.
Dome of the rabid sport fishermen a few traps and some trot-lines. for the first time to the attentionof covering damages of $5,000 for May Pay More

who blame the commercial The big 1100 foot nets have been the authorities concerned with bodily Injury or death of one person Drivers who have a record i

fishermen for all the fish brought in and racked. administering this law. ; $10,000 for injury or deathof being poor Insurance risks .>1"

they don t eat'h and Insist that Here a 2000.000 industry is at Every accident must be reported two or more persons, and $1000 be deprived of protection bents

if all commercial fishing were a standstill. The annual sale of by official investigators for property loss.2Displaying of this, although they may Inquired n
elaninatrri our lake and the blue-skinned "cats," principally highway patrolmen, deputy sheriffs bond to pay more for COVI1i:
streams be so full of fish to western markets, ran beyond policemen and others to written a surety The law compels Insurance CID
they would overflow their the two million dollar figure the state Insurance commissionerat by a company authorizedto panics, on a rotation basil
do business in Florida and for
tank, In 1945. The State
Tallahassee.
Board of Conservation (That another write these
I don't Mink: that commercial reports that a total of title for State Treasurer J. Edwin the same amounts as the liability State e it.rson.: empb

fishing. in the waters of the St 3.326.112 pounds were taken from I Larson.I policy, sizing the point that drivers

Johns or LaKe Okeechobee are these waters. To Fix: Responsibility Depositing with the state themselves under the 1"highway

hurting sport fishing to any extent At an average of 34c a pound. Those reports will contain the treasurer (10.000 in cash or marketable negligence. fays ima

: in fact, in removing destroy which the fishermen say they receive following Information: date and securities. gallon has shown "a small r

ers ol fish such as turtles gars that amounts to 11130878 Place of the accident, owners or Possessing at least $40000 nority of dangeroUs. Irresj>ons!:
and the like they are helpful which you will have to of "unencumbered .,
admit ain't operators Involved, extent of net worth. drivers Is causing most of our
Already Protected hillY. Take that kind of money out damage, and this Is the law' Presenting a policy voluntarily cldents"
As far as protecting the black of circulation and somebody is language "If determinate the acquired prior to the accident "Those who endanger<< the 1 pi
bass in these waters, they are al- bound to go hungry anA I'm not Individual at fault" and affording protection : sons and property of others he!!

heady protected and cannot be talking about the folks who have If desirable, the commissionermay equal to the law i requirements I after must be able to PlY t
sold so I dont see what all the been eating the fish either call for additional reports for a policy subsequently obtained I their recklessness:' he asserted
ruckus is about. The "red tide" No one, apparently, has any from the drivers ,

has destroyed more fish than accurate figures on the amountof I' "All reports shall be made without Against Vehicle -

commercial' and sports fishermen money Invested In commercial prejudice and shall be for the Until the
time
would catch in five years: but I fishing equipment, include confidential use of state officials; comes for renewal "-
of the
don't think it will ruin fishing ing boats nets tag of the suspended YOU HAVE
tackle, etc, but continues the law 'No such report vehicle AFTER
,
and I believe now that the tide It runs Into hundreds persons other than then
of thous- shall be used as evidence 1 READ THIS COPY
suspended
has disappeared well still catch ands of dollars. I know trial driver may continue to
one any arising out of an accl-
about as many fish as we ever did : reputable commercial fisherman operate the machine Bonaflde OF THE GONDOLIER,
Jt has sale of the machine will clear Its
been
my experience that In the Georgetown area who MAIL IT
fishing today Is a darn sight better alone has over $39.000 Invested Invested In the Industry registration. Action will be taken WHY NOT
in Lake Okeechob" and the In the business I'm satisfied Instead of TRYING to today, against the vehlcl, even If not TO SOME FRIEND

st. Johns than In a whole h lluva that at least a couple of million the commercial fisherman BREAK owner-driven at the time of the NORTH?
UP
lot of the so-called protected and I dollars would fall far short of not GIVE the why accident so long as the car or
poor guy a truck
stocked lakes that commercial covering the money actually BREAK permission.was being used with his -


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PATE'S TOTALEDYEAR TAKES OATHRICHARD Here's Gridiron NEW HOMEWork

Schedule of on a one-bedroom homeat
329 Pedro street opposite the
TAiiAHASSEE-A simplified report on date finances giving Florida H. N. Wimmen house, was start-
I I detailed analyst of J1 State receipt, expenditures and Invest- Gators ed last week for Mr. and Mrs.
II" for the last fiscal year has been released by Comptroller "i
M. Oar. Gainesville, Sept. 25-The Florida Fred Nelson. with the concrete
arence>
..alIzInI the public desired asr |_ football schedule for the 1947 foundations being poured Tues-
day. The work Is being done for
season finds the Oators
playingseven
of the state flnan,1 -
set-up picture, the comptroller made sources while expenditures In- of ten games in the state: Brown.Nelson by Guy Curwood and Joe

breakdown of state revenue I eluding general operating expenses Sept. 27 Mississippi at Jack

an all sources, and then gave aid to counties from gas sonville (night. I
simplified list of exactly howe tax receipts, racing funds and Oct. 4-North Texas at Gainesville I Nov. 1-Purman at Tampa. ,
money was spent. teachers salary funds totaled (night). Nov. 8-Oeorgla In Jacksonville.Nov. .

During the fiscal year ending 124.1940469 leaving a balance Oct. 11-Auburn at Montgom 15 Tulane in New Or-

me SO 1946. the tate received,{of $17.244,130 In unallocated revenue ery.Oct. leans.
total of $156.677.224 from all funds. The rest was earsfANCARs" 18-N. C. State at Raleigh Nov. 21 Miami In Miami

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Oct. 25 North Carolina at Nov. 29 Kansas State at ,
; a Gainesville Gainesville. J

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MACK above 38- JOSSART KINCAID f

Variety Store iI i year-old Miami credit war manager veteran and, has former taken I .. Dependable Plumbing ; y

I the oath as the third member of Contracting Repairing itI

the Florida Railroad and Public Full Line Fixtures and Materials '.
,
JOHN A. and MILDRED E. STANCAR Utilities Commission, succeeding
4 the late W. B. (Babe) Douglass Water Pumps Pipe and Fittings e
On Highway 775 ENGLEWOOD Phone 2435 \ Appointed by Governor Caldwellto I LET US FIGURE YOUR JOB ESTIMATES GIVEN I I

+ fill out Douglass' term. Mack Phone 2665 Post Office Box 134
HH..HH..H.Have win run for election In the pri-
maries next spring. 323 West Venice Avenue Venice, Florida I

You Flown the New Spin-Proof Ercoupe Yet? Across the street from the Gulf Theatre
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COME IN LET US SHOW
marked for specific purposes. '. #4I t4Y44W141N4444 144f44t444444 (
YOU THIS PLANE THAT
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ALMOST FLIES ITSELF Biggest Source --44Th; WORTHINGTON # ;
The seven cents per gallon gas
SEE VENICE FROM THE AIR PASSENGER HOPS $1.50
oline tax was the state's greatest On The Tamlaml Trail l
LEARN TO FLY IN 8 EASY
LESSONS
ADJACENT TO COUNTRY CLUB & GOLF COURSE
Government-Approved School Continuous EnrollmentJ tax source of revenue for the CONVENIENT TO BEACH

year, netting 31794622. Beverage NOW BOOKING RESERVATIONS FOR SEASON 1947-48 ,
& J AIRCRAFT INC. O- '
taxes yielded $22,780,213. while i
Steam Heated. Fully Equipped Housekeeping Apartments
r 0. Box 234 P.O. Bra 291 P.O. Box 1137 occupational license taxes brought Accomodatlng Two to Four Persons and
SARASOTA VENICE PUNTA CORDA in another 16234219. Two Beautiful Gardens for Rest and Relaxation
r.Joyner- Venice 2551 E, T. Denham Sarasota 6306 Rates For Season (October to April) $800 to $1800 i
More money was spent
on public
THE WORTHINGTON HOTEL ft APARTMENTS
welfare during the year than GEORGE H. READ. Mgr. {
for any other activity of the state VENICE FLORIDA I
government, $24728844 to PP.1. >>.N...1ht N1M11t41at11t.t1.N11 r1r1 C..\
going f
Why Not Vacation the aged dependent children
blind and other needy persons.

I General operating expenses to VENICENOKOMISBANK

Early This Winter? I taled only $68108.718. but the 1 ,
state paid out an additional $35.-
789,906 In gasoline, racing and
automobile transportation mil
age taxes and in teacher salary
and school foundation VENICE, FLORIDA
,
program
SUMMER RATES IN EFFECT .I funds "WE INVITE YOUR

At the end of the fiscal year, ACCOUNT"I
TILL DECEMBER 1 i$22.438.717 in state funds were I
Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.Maxmum .
,
Invested Including $10,000000 for
the road department, 6257.727
I Insurance ,It
for the school fund and 4455. $5000 For Each Depositor $CCflftfl
OQO for the teacher's retirement 1'
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system. I II

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VENICE GONDOLIER September 28
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Florida Southern
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BACK IN VENICEMr. EnglewoodPost
Wanna Catch APelicanHere's 1,800Enrollment
and Mrs. Frank Raeburn Office In Expects

this )week returned to Venice after lit h

a stay of several months In New LocationWith

Connecticut.FOR How You Do It Lakeland. Sept. 2S Florida inFify

more than 200 boxes Southern college Is preparing for LuFl.cflL'

available for patrons, the Engle- enrollment in Its autumn
RELIABLE When it comes to reeling In an 1.800 L s
QUICK. wood Post Office this week Is Installed which begins October 1,
CALL term
SERVICE "Chuck" Taylor, who
in Its new building on the pelicans President Ludd M Spivey has re-
VenicePlumbing the Venice Bay Trailer
lies at
highway about two blocks east of vealed.On .
Shop Its former location. Park can tell you how t's done. the basis of applications received -

Box 14, Venice Phone 2153 Postmaster Harry Oreen said Not that he recommends the way Dr. Spivey said about A

previously only 119 boxes were he caught a pelican at Venice In- 1.200 would be male students

available for Englewood patrons, let last Wednesday far from two-thirds of them being veterans KITCHENCABINETS

but more boxes were obtained to III but he CAN tell you hoIt's \\' .
keep pace with the community Southern last year had a total
done
growth enrollment of 1.874 with an opening We have
First you catch a small fish. term registration of 1,'())6 Kitchen Cabinets Mt'eragrad\
The first power-driven sawmill Then you let a pelican dive down About 30 per cent of the total Is porcelain tops end all 1)1 are ';

in America began In 1631 on the upon said small fish as you're expected to be out-of-state and Ished In black and white.

Salmon Falls River Maine. teeling It In. Then you let the foreign students

44444.44.4444.4.444444II pelican snag himself upon the President Spivey said that expanded -
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Business t hook which previously had been facilities will help accom-

"FROM MYSWEETHEART" t Imbedded In the fish Then you modate most of the boarding stu-

AND let, the pelican dive upon you, as dents, although several hundred
Professional t
Proud words from a joure reeling him in. and smacka veterans will be placed in private

flashes very happy the girl sparkler as she ;r Directory 41aarasl chunk out of your cheek. Then homes and rooming houses until

; on her ring finger : .sty..rs ..rrrrr.ri you get mad and hit the pelican the $1,5000,000 dormitory project
The diamond that
over the head After all. he was is completed.
seals jour love mustbe
exactly to your liking ALTERATIONS the one who butted In
and beautiful beyond ADDITIONS & REPAIRS However," Taylor confessed.
compare solid l Carpentry Work 1 "I don't recommend this procedure -
value for jour money, W, n. BEAR steady diet. It's a little Government Surplus
too. It will be all this Phone 25U as a CHROMIUM
and more If It comes ... .. ;hard on the cheek." BuildingsFINAL
from DINETTE SETS

Frank Coffman GAME WARDENS (Table and Four Chalrji
KNOWLES I
GENERAL CONTRACTOR 1 MUST HAVE Leatherette Seat and Bid I

JEWELERSPost : Telephone SEARCH WARRANTS I SALE Assorted colors Tables lug|
Office Arcade Sarasota 69-397 Porcelain or Ma-onite Top

r-- TALLAHASSEE A game and
does not have auth. 20x25 20x35
fish warden
"---p ROOFING ority without a warrant to search
Roof Work of All Kinds 20 x 35 20 x 40
.Q of hunteror
I the clothing or lodge a
ALVIN P. JONES he finds the
"' fisher unless person 20 x 20 20 x 90
Phone 2981 violating the game and fish

laws, Attorney General J. Tom 20:! x 100 16 x 16
.t IIH 7TIT TnT TTTT TTT TTTT 1m nt r", 1m !MT Jrn,'"'mT!MT mT.'"'mT."", mT'"' mT,",; 1 t .....na H.
'= Watson advised Coun y "'uue"
I ==: C. Adkins of Oilchrtet County 20 x 45

"r In Florida : : : The judge had asked if a war

A Distinction, lo in Venice ; den could search the clothing and JUST A FEW

pl'rsonaeffects of a hunter OF. THESE LEFT

search his live box or boat open
H. N WIMMERS
&: up the door of his automobile or P. L. Haynes

Realtor Inspect the trunk or search the BABY BUGGIESWe
.
camp. VENICE ARMY: BASE
VENICE FLORIDAWhere I The attorney general said the now have a completeline : |j
of Baby Buggies
the Tamianu Trail Mteli the Open Gulf ,warden must find the suspect In Walkers 2l
,2u the act violating the state laws _

;u cau W a-z='. ';i.: g before such searches can be made

without warrant. I Ii

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DID YOU Have to Drive Johnny 1'7 LEGAL NOTICESNOTICE I
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and Susie to School This! :MornIng ---- .,- '
Because They Missed the i :
Bus' UNDER FKTITKIIH NAME LAW l '
0 TO WHOM IT III'Y COMrKNlrnni :
NEXT TIME CALL IS /%, >/ Notice I. h..h' avrn that the unim- 1 1'1
"ell Deliver Them Safe and m'x' ( |>ur.ii.nt lo the rhlllhnji Nome
Statute Hou.e Hill Nu 1175, ChapterNo.
Sound 'Xb 21)158. 1i.. uf 11o.lela. 1141 will
nwiet.r with the Clerk ul the ('Ire.lit
Court In and f..r "......t* County. Fl....
Phone 2461 j 1 1If his.. Plum receipt if pnicf if the lullln.tlin .
nf this notice, tho fictilic.u. name.
Nu Answer Call 2955 uewlt t
COPPER kFTTI INV
under which I im rmrniml In hu.ln.- Need
VENICE TAXI SERVICE I expert to rniramIn blwintat num. i
Inc. '.., .' Hnrl..r' ....., In the City' "
v...I...v,,,..... BABY BEDSNew
That the party Inti.mini In said l bin.
I...*. witirpriw I. a. f"II..w.: Letterheads?
Mr., V. O. W ,Inn. pole, miner Shipment of Baby Be6
DO YOU FISH FlirMi IlHl.,1. pttmlnr HI \.nl..r I ... 1IH7 Sarasota 'County. Envelopes? and Mattresses Just recelt;d.
? Puhl l.h Snpt 12. IP. 2Q. O,.t. INOTHE All sizes.
DO YOU SWIM Business Cards?
UNDER: lirrtTIIII \MF LAW
DO YOU I TO WHOM IT MAY CONlrRNl KITCHEN:
PLAY GOLF Notice U hereby i.Ktn 1 that the undrr.llini sow
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< WHATEVER Spoiling Activities i f'llute." Heu... Kill N,,. 1175 Chapter You Can Have Your STOOLSWood
you are Interested in. No 2li M. Lawn nf Florida. IU4I'. will
See Us For Your Needs w.1.l u-r with the Clerk of the Clrrullmm PRINTING WORK
(' In mil t.., R.ra..,.. County, M 1.... or Chromium -
Ida. upon receipt of proof of the p.b'l.| Done Right In Venice Leatherette
R & R Sporting Goods"The In radon it"..of this mtlre, the fictitious .name seats.

VENICE DEPARTMENT STORE
Florida Sportsman's Specialist" under which I .m iniwd In b..In.,. I VeniceGondolier
Opposite I expert to rniiire in business >t number
\enlce-Nokomts
Bank Phone 3132' 215 Want Vrnlre Avenue.: In the City: of KITCHEN'
Vrnlre. F .rlel.. .
I That the party Intere-tnl. In said b..I. t UDDER
neon ......,,1... I., I. follow.t 113'W. '
III... Lillian Joseph pole owner.M Venice Ave. : '. STOOLS
I Dated. at Venire. Rar..i.li County. Phone 3131 \ .
SUBSCRIPTION ORDER .1.1.. B.ptemher IS. 1147 I
I Publish 8ipt 19. 26, Oct S 10. Iq41 .1 Hand, foal>:
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VENICE GONDOIIEK t I ing useful

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LOOKS AHEAD a:14:
Venice, Florida
Blonde or brunette, you're HIS type stools.
Please Bind me TUB VENICE: GONDOLIER for one ,', If you're sweet the neat way. Let us

style your hair in becoming new lines KINGFurniture
year $2r)0)) ....................., six, months (flCO) ....................., that you can keep looking lovely yourself -

or three months (73t) ....................... with Just a swish of the brush. Co.
(All subscripton: mat be paid in advance) set Phone 2811 today for an appointment.
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School Group PRINTINGSIGNS
JOB
Tallahassee (FNS) State ,
ELECTION School Supt Colin English, has
appointed five county school superintendents -
six school princi-
MEETING pals,and five county school bookkeepers MENUS
to a newly-formed spe-
cial commlttte! of school people on
FORMS
Public School. Internal Account-

Lemon Bay inc The IS-member committee, NOTICES
which will meet In Gainesville TICKETS
October 16-18 will study the public -
Woman's Club
school internal accounting and POSTERS
reporting system and prepare
recommendations concerning the BOOKLETS
system for the county school superintendents -
October 3, and the State PLACARDS
Board of Education. .
Appointed to the committee by ENVELOPES,
1947 English mere: County School superintendents -
Lew Barstow. BULLETINS
Putnam county: Fred Wild.Highlands '
PAMPHLETS
At county: Verman Kim-
brough. Sarasota county: George HAND BILLS
Marks, Volu ia count: and John
Lemon Bay I D Milton.Jackson county. BILL HEADS

I LEGIOSlEETIXG STATEMENTSLETTER
Woman'sClubhouse "Sarge"Bowen,adjutant of NoVel -
I Post NJ 159 of the American HEADS
I Legion yesterday asked members
i,of Me. poet to attend a special ORDER BLANKS
meeting at 1:30: pm next Sunday
I afternoon at the Legion clubhouse BUSINESS CARDS
Englewood .
a Bowen asked each member attending -
to bring a hammer a
saw, or a piece of hose in orderto i
i help fix up the clubhouse, 0 .
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FRIENDS ARRIVE
A Mr ,and Mrs. Ray E Dolson,
who have purchased the home at
Please 725 Cropland, arrived last Sun- Venice
day from Cleveland Ohio They
Attend are friends of Frank Green .

GONDOLIER Classified Ads 313 West Venice Avenue VENICE, FLORIDA Owner'i
cost little, yet produce fine results
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Starting Saturday, Sept 27Part





of our roof was blown off in the recent hurricane, causing rain damageto

some of the furniture in the front part of our store.



Our tough luck but your good fortune! ,




Prices Have Been Drastically Reduced On Every Storm-Damaged Item





COME EARLY GET FIRST CHOICE







Venice Furniture Co.



321 West Venice Avenue "A HOME-OWNED STORE"
Phone 3133 R. G. HAINES,






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