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 Material Information
Title: Venice gondolier
Uniform Title: Venice gondolier (Venice, Fla. 1946)
Physical Description: 20 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Carroll H. Williams
Place of Publication: Venice Fla
Creation Date: July 22, 1948
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
oclc - 01497811
notis - AKR0035
lccn - sn 96027128
System ID: UF00079934:00128
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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THURSDAY. JULY 22. 1948 PRICE FIVE CENTS I
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1,'IIoj k owlakadeo ELECTED I Amateur Englewood Show II I Legion to SponsorBig



Reopenn I I Well Attended j)I Labor Day'|t


Sept. 1 More than 125 persons turned Celebration Here
out last night to witness the free I
I
Odd Fellows Amateur Show staged -

Work on resurfacing alleys of 0 P3VI In the IOOF. Hall] In Englewood Once ag"n' a big American Lesion Labor Day celebration will x

e Ven'ce! Bowlakade to make be staged In Venice It was announc d yesterday by Commander J. r '

J, D. Tate, master of ceremonies : A. Johnston of No-Vel PoSt No. 15 /.
em eligible for American Bowl-
I explained the affair was held I It will be an all-day affair on Monday, September 6, with major
Congress sanction Is slated to
g by Englewood Lodge No. 45 of the events to Include a talk by a prominent! speaker, a fish fry horse 3 3r
0, > completed by the end of this Odd Fellows for the double purPose raring, and a dance In the eve-

>ek It was announced by George of encouraging talent In ning.

BotU Jr.. owner, who return- younger children and to provide I a Preliminary arrangements liar

''Ib I to Venice this week with Mrs. entertainment for the Lotion Bay the local Legion's second annual R

Its after a month' vacation communIty. Labor Day celebration were made '
Deloih and Barbara Stutrrnan, last Monday night when the
,
I.P singing a duet, won the first ] po vt:s executive! committee met In
| No dire has been set yet for prize, $8 In cash Carol Tate joint session at Legion Hall with

lopcnlnj of the Bowlakade, presenting! a dramatic skit, won 1 a, auxiliary repiesentatlves.Appointment .

sad: but the alloys! prob- I Coleman Rogers, prominent second pt'1/e. $7 In cash 5,18.CSi of committees and
tits Public Relations executive it Johnny Oalvln. singer, and Kay
1 mill be thrown open for play I other arrangements will be made
St. Petersburg visa recently Richardson, plno soloist, shared +>
jtfmbcr 1, by which time It Is I 1 at next Monday night's meeting
elected dirtctoi
a of the Flor. the third prize $5 In trade at
Johnston said
of the post,
bprd official ABC sanction will Ida Publicity and Public Rela. Alston's Electric

jive been received. tions Association to succeed Al Judges In New ParkIt

Meeting Soon I Ady St. Petersburg, resigned. Judges were Mr, WAR. .&/ WAS tentatively decided to

[ Stan Richardson. Losers, loot active la the Florida Orey and George Butler of Englewood LIGHT OF IIOPFThe eyes hold the fish fry in the new city
president of publicity field was recently and B. E. Bowen, secretary cf this orphaned European girl \>Iik! In front of KMI with the
e i Venice Men's Bowling League appointed Public Relations Director the Venlce-Nckoml reveal her trust that American C .m to b(! used in event of rain.
i of
ring the past season said a I and Eiecutive Secretaryof friends will say* her from star- Proceeds of the affair will go
::1r Chamber of Commerce \atlon. You can share In helping '
(ittlng will be called in the near I: the Beer Industry of Florida Other contestants In the show to save millions of hungry children largely/ to the local Legion post' I
Lure: to reorganize the league with headquarters In Miami In war-torn lands by contributing building fund.Commander,
that It will qualify under ABC included: to the. Crusade for t ; l
Johnston and Adjutant t
fcle,. I Roberta Weide piano solo: Children of American Overseas
I Another Party to Mary Croxon, song: Wendall Da- Aid-United Nations Appeal for J. F. Wallace urged all t
Conversion of the Bowlakade I vids piano solo: Barbara Deese.I' Children, State Treasurer, W H. members of No-Vel post to attend 1
(to an ABC-sanctioned house I Barnett Barnett National Bank, next Monday night! meeting.
ill enable local j i Be Given for Mary Glass, vocal duet: Sandra Jacksonville. Florida.
bowler' to com- Alston, piano solo; Jon Tate. 1

|cte In ABC leagues in other clt- Band FundA clown, and Betty Evans, song KEEN'S TO REOPEN
i and participate In ABC tour Legion Auxiliary
ABOUT OCTOBER 1
1 ments throughout the games and bridge party will "INV tNTORY SALE"

The move is expected country'l DP given at 8 p.m. Friday. July I Offering price reductions on Meets to Plan Mrs. Harry Winter, owner of v

w Impetus to the 30, In the Venire Civic Auditorium virtually every item In the store, Keen's, local dress shop, returnedto k

i this area.Trailer. with the public Invited. Ver- a big "Inventory Sale" is being For Coming Year Venice this week from Chicago r

non O Seattle will call the held at the Venice DepartmentStore for the double purpose of making -

I Park games. beginning today. The sale I Plans for the coming year's activities / plans to reopen her store F

The party is another In the will run through July 31. salJ were discussed at an executive about October 1 and to confer t Y

Kstmsed at series of similar affairs being Mrs. Lillian Joseph, owner. I : board meeting of the with Contractor Clyde V. Hlgp.1

r sponsored Jointly this summer by See the store's full page ad American Legion Auxiliary here regarding the start of construction -

Mary MeetingRoy i, the Venice-Nokomis Woman's on Page 6.1Current i at Legion Hall en East Venice on a new home for the Winters ; w
Avenue last night! t
Monday
Club and the Community Service in the Oulf View section

BIsmark, manager of the Club to raise funds for the Veil- LeadersIn I Mrs. Ruth Kuykendall president Accompanying Mrs. Winter win

rasota Municipal Trailer Park Ice-Nokomis High School band. I presided and announced Georgette Aubert, manager of the a 1
McO. Robert and 'that Legion Auxiliary memo wr
Mrs. Charles or
as the ,
guest speaker at today'sn Chicago Keen's store. They planto
A. L. Blalock co-chair- bers during tickets to the na-
Mrs. are
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meeting of the Venice-No- remain here for a week, stop-
mis Rotary Club held at the men of the committee In charge tional American Legion conven- ping at the Valencia Apartments

enice Country Club. of arrangements.Inland Tarpon Tourney tion to be held In Miami next October and then Mrs. Winter will go to

The Rev D Campbell Craw- I can purchase them from New York on a buying trip, ,while

rd Uce-presldent, presided In Waterway I her. Mrs. Aubert will return to Chicago -
i Here are the unofficial leaden Mrs. Mae Wrede was appointed
I' absence of President Robert .
to Be In the 18th International Tarpon chairman of the ways and
Baynard, who Is away on va- Engineer
Tournament, which ends at midnight means committee
fctionI .
I Ralph o. Simpson, president offt Named Next WeekA July Grand 31: Prirr New HonorIt I I Coming Events I

Venice was announced that Venice i
Lions Club and R. Olaines
First William R. Watts Coral
:
, engineer l is
this
right-of-way recognition
had received new i
president of the Venice-
Gables, 138'j\ pounds:
at meeting Thursday, July 22
ikomls Chamber slated to be picked a week when Mrs. Kuykendall
of Commerce
Second Louis Martini, Sarasota
Wednesday July 28. of the : Pan-American" chair Venlse-Nokomls Rotary -
tended the luncheon next appointed 12:15: p.m.,
special
as '
e ts. Florida West Coast Inland Navigation 134 Va pounds. man for the Auxiliary's Eighth Club meets. Venice Country
Tackle Division S
r
District, It was repottedthis Heavy District by Mrs Margaret Stew Club.
Mayor Louis Suter recently dis M Walker Sara-
First: Harry ,
week.Commissioners. art of Avon Park, district president 613: p.m. Informal supper,
oed
that
tentative plans to ei- at their last sota, 113% pounds.
|bUsh card party, Venice Country Club.
a
trail-
municipally-owner I Second: George Schunaker
named a
f palk at Venice Air base have meeting In Bradenton appli- Lakewood Ohio 111 pounds. Last week Mrs. Stewart appointed 6:30: p.m, Venice Lions Club
committee to interview Mrs Ann Surls put
en revived since the city's re- Third: Mrs. Jerry Ludwtg. Sarasota meets Venice Country Club.
cants for the post tomorrow. president of the Venice Auxiliary,
nt formal acquisition of addl- engineer will conduct sur- 106'a\ pounds.Medium Friday. July 23
nal air base land and buildings veys The preparatory to acquiring Tackle Division (Continued, Page Two) 7 pm.9 p.m. Woman'5 Club

rlghts-of-way for the proposed First: Roger Townsend. Sara- -APPOINTED- free library open. Venice Civic

sota, 130 pounds. Auditorium.
through Sarasota -
Waterway
( Inland '
WeatheRri"trature I Lee Charlotte Manatee, Second: August N a urn a NORFOLK VA.-John V. Bla Monday. July 26

Hlllsborough and Pinellas coun- Bridgeport Michigan, 128",j lock. of Durham. N C., has been 10 a.m.-12 noon Womans Club

( ties. He will work In conjunctionwith pounds. appointed special representative free library open, Venice Civic
't* Wish the U. S. Engineers. Third: Leon Hedges Sarasota In the Public Relations Depart- Auditorium.
Low voted to 118 pounds. 0 ment of the Seaboard Air Line
commissioners
The 8 p.m., No-Vel post; American
C July 15 ........ 92 64 hire the engineer and proceed Light :Tackle Division Railroad, according to an announcement Legion, meets in new Legion Hall,

',day, July 18 ..?......... 90 fl8 with rlghts-of-way acquisitions First: Charles Hardiman. Spencer by Warren T. White, East Venice Avenue.

'turday, July 17 ........... 89 70nday after Treasurer J. E McLeod of West Virginia 109\/a pounds director of public relations of the Wednesday, July 28

c July] 18 .._..... 90 66Onelay. Myakka City reported the district Second: Lester Moore Haines railroad. Blalock until recently

July 19 .....-.. 12 now has a total of $120000 In City. 108 Vi pounds. feature editor of the Durham 10 am-12 noon, Womans Club

esday' July 20 _."_"_ 88 "' 671 cash and budgetary pledges from Third: Mrs. William C. Lltch, Morning Herald, replaces Alfred free library open, Venice Civic

anesday. July 21 '_ go the six counties in the district. I Sarasota. 103 pounds. O. Ivey resigned. Auditorium.j .

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City" of Venice
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CHURCHES AUXILIARYContinued PLANES SEIZED HERE

from Page One) Breaks Even in
JULY 28
VENICE: .:MOKOMS METHODIST SET FOR t i

,LML Point'.
Minister '"
: ,1rgr I I. lUfiw a National iecmltj con
1'.I I u M' H ".. ny l>, hmlII lion proceedings against two P-i8
A'I'11 I ,.I.li, pm. I"Month, '"lIe FvlluwrhlpI 11.h". mlttee Venice va< the onl>' rom I City of Venice soft boilers brolirun airplanes seized here 16 month
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I lot' Enluc I ", lure. unity in the dlsiuc In their first two games 1kccond at Venice Army
still held
::; .,, ago. and July IS to
W du" I ,,. 7" Pan.. Mid wi with two c'laiwun IhpM. 31,14 21t'
,,,,,.. .11,1, -,,,,. .." I",. filed .half play of the count; Air Base. are expected to beginIn !
) of t the: Auiai \ !'
At the cane'ustou: Lan
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Englewood Services softball 'eaguc losing 2- federal court next
the Tampa
t" .01. Minllnl' Meh"o1. M,.. I.nllhLorn" '>. iMcuti\e run.ml.'tt'e' nice!'
> IInd
t'. -at I. O Sun tort Thursday night Wednesday, It was learned this
:. I m ,'h."h I .ervir.I ng. nimbi of the group hell II hen riming tack: to defeat Bran: wetk I
the >cuti\'(
JeIlon'ith ex
FIRST \PTIST CHURCH joint : 97 F,Idiv nightcnlci .
\....net Miami Avenue committee of Ni.\i', post to d'$' toI': .Shan. The planes were Impoundedwhen
VrnlclI ; will met Robaits
I \ early last
tlmoh'11 I I Ilnafuld I. rHI.r cuss plans for the annual Lerlla ( < :' at 1'lynp the gOVl'lIIm'nt
.. In th' "cond game
I. "m IHIIiO HI biuk an alleged plot to
1 .". M"r,,I.,,. -,1-0. .or Day lrbratlui hiie M:". Pmk Saia s '1\ M Tt'. t port aims and planes for" D
pm J. F. Wallace wa named to aaas :
:a:
stark
.
El. I The first game 1
I'm' nicht ,
I :;n :'Ir ;. Mhl..1 n 1 lalson office between IiI CH Central A-nircan molutlonbilzed
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B vs.
/
7:30: pm. matching!
time'ere
the
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auxilla and the pot wh:le M- '
I
'' i, !T. MAR"FrIS60rAL :Mible BUlls agreed to accept t1'! 'of Sarasota "un winner of ti! plant at New Oilcan and tanks
CHURCH .d O
it:
Rh"'o. In
I... I.,.ninl W. *. t'rjkerlrt flrst-hal champ:onsh.p Defendant In the case lithe '
.
.. In 1'10.rK ... I natteeIsevival Du: .toii wl'henlc I
":1' "'I"', HIM. -- __ i le: n \lar5:11: ] Cersl'ucUon: Co. of
r" r>. K,...111'", !finishing: Mcord lust barely no,
'I 1 : m. Mlrnfill[ rvi 1.. """nI ori : Uul pott, MiIOINT>. ,
A ..h S "oJ",.. 1-f naeh in.-al', until lip.I' : Services i I a out the Venetians I last T.iun
: '" coiirg tha wlinin I I
'AI-. I ,"h ""n'o,' In Nil.i and 1".1'I day nlsht: PARTY
l 1 Continue tally in the seventh Inning. i
CHIR','H OF COD
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Yrrlrr A,tniuI Thr,'e.Hit Game With 15 /'hJldren present a
ii r. Jtnhc. ,,". rl..Iu'I' Baptist ChurchR hilled thire-hi II Ritcl.o,1
",'"' h..i.l' t3 ron Jones birthday par'y for John (

". I',. ,,' hln" I ball for \mioe' ottptchlrg Rwand C, and Louise Rl'c'ile' 10, WM
I n', I' '" nin' I "\'.\il 'f mc"t b( Ira ""'1rUI'! Ly the Editor
pal aiq.; 1:11" I'm.. Young People'Iwnefit f :- 0' Sui star mound man ::, 0" en bv their mother\ Mrs. Colin
f. .1, .. I ,'d at Hi F'r-l: RaulI.t ChasedVenice World Book En
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.. .. .. tlif lilt drl-artm"nt. Theen Utthle 1 o' Clioxeiand AVenue, lat 1
I" : 01. '''1''E'I' .''', will contlrt. 'h'ol'"l1 I
tiin garnered five! !hits off R=\\-. aftcrrooi John .
at'arday :
\rili it annourcrd beran'j! 14
\ !E CAriO1.IC CHURCH Sunday : : wi
No-.au I but he yieid.d onlone base on <. years old Il'ttH..k' : ) ; ;
01 Tmr.o ArnueVence <', "''rday b\ h<> R"n x i notl,

I' ball]*. ass ccmpircd to 'he or Louse becoming 10 two/ days ' tor
ford.
p RI' I I. :1.1.I I n I" t. P" toGONDOLIER Campb! Craw pa
n.m tl.... The evaneell Dr. Thorn- glut up bJone ,' td Mrs. Hirrv Sjobom: aS51 la-I Nomads

1 c. tr t''P'tit'' t ter 4,101 t ell lit 11 Ilan en Pastor of the :'oft1! In the fail' \\111.) Blan'on's.BIiy the iocteN! +< In sertiig punch : i cI .
.nlu Il-Vol. )\.. "ml.R' Carted tn \'enicton I
I' T-of" ,r.or. r Street Ruble t Church of Jafk
"' F.. ""," "'" ':'lie. Will p"carl at 8 clock r- the mound. but. after plUnip Teddy Dundildi-e Herschel LewIMJ -I I Il :I i .or. Ali,

Iwr .--- ----- nlllht l on "L 1 (fe'* O,\'a ent Loa- four runs in thfl"t two I' l Jr.. Bo'by Pottj Oar 1 pait"f rubh

1 Claw!flei Ads Tr morrow' night lilt topic wiiix innings. he wa replaced t\ Polls I Tomn Hubjard Ginger 'I( 'Ikini

t .. "Life'* O-e"',,*t PIcrHiiKrc" Jones. who dew cred for the Hi:jlaa d Ji-lr"\ Bl;dip:ic. John. I 1 ,(' '

colt little. jet produce fine u There trill' be no service Satin \'I'toI'Y. r rj: Philips: Y-n 1t'l'lne SjcblomVUle ; nuhii

.alts. Ju' phoned;:ff 3131 h" ria\' Men'nc. bi on e rdcHinwn \' n" :'\In.Rnn, Ka'U! S'o'icm! vd Mur:1'1.: Olr- I \'

will) rrcich lit both the U BR1On''ound! up the first t per and David Ritchie i ; r. kit

fore 5 p m Wednesday. a m and 7:SO 1 p m. i\lfe <. H. half of the fourth Inning with i Mirth

R morning topic will be. "L fc.. I, 6.0 lead but the Venetians laiddown Under administrative cpntrol of \\'rlochlIH: \ .\'II MiCHlM

t iijnrinEP: I greatest Cholc" while In thrlri I a bunting b.rlace that he Office of Naval Research, 29'!' and tl Jib-tli ('.uU' >lntcniitntnn

t ?r Inn: Trr1: S ck,ih! 1 liar 1 d to Hi
r tlit '\"( : he will speak on "Lf: touched off a rln": run rally before I 'ton-governmental scientific ag"n- I

6 (n f Pili. Grille D tliutlon" tie frame wa o\er Lie treat udca\or li 191iltrrr!
I les will spend $1 300 001 conducting considered when tit
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f The church choir under d'recon Brob-it Venice Vftfieldrr
: 19th amendment n. pool
's 'OcOK of the Rl"\ Crfoid ,111! batting! tar for hl, team ppt livh I biolcsicil and medical research Shine unma-i the rl lit to t*
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I1C !l OF f,O\) urnl-h music! at both scn'Ices !m..elf a single and a home run I piojects for the Atomic l I which hal lot if ndmdthem

Ea" \","u! ,\'. mil>' The pjbllc: IS Inl'ltf'd. In three offlcla' times! at bat. Energy; CommKslon/ ,

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GOODS : FURNITURE
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VENICE GONDOLIER __ Pane Three ,

633 -Sara ota-'2529 REPORTS 400 MILES ADDEDTO I BINA MAE MOORE where she is employed (a the Finance '4 t.; y
HI
Phone ENGAGEMENTANNOUNCED Office of the Veterans Administration .
STATE ROAD
SYSTEM Hospital. Cpl. Bul

Ambulance TALLAHASSEE. win Is a member ofthe U. 8. Air + 1 II?
July (FNS-Fl)
rlda has reconstructed or
ServiceDay improve approximately 3,000 miles of Its 8,738 mile state-maintained Mrs. David F. Moore of Venice Force and Is stationed at AndrewsAir fl''
highway system during the past three and one-half years reports this week announced the engage Force Base Washington D. C. t"
or Night I Road Chairman Elgin Baylcss who stated that the postwar road ment of her daughter Bina Mae,
building program of the Caldwell Administration was the greatest In. to Cpl William\ J. Bulwin Jr., son j'i
[Prompt and CourteousIROBARTSSHANNON the history of the state of Mr. and Mrs. William J. Bul yffr ;

i I It added 400 miles of new high Impossible! unless new revenue Is win of Islep, New York. No date f'', !,

Funeral HomeBULLDOZING I way to the network, but Bayless provided. has been set for the wedding. I I,
warned further extensions will be Not Enough Miss Moore is a graduate of
The millions still coming In Nokomis High School, and was VOH EXPERT SHOE REPAIR Gt To f r
from gasoline taxes will be little formerly employed at the Venice Ralph' Shoe Repair
.< 1
more than trough to maintainthe Nokomis Bank. At present she is Opp Rue Billion SARASOTA 'Ii'' ,
MOWINGOPS system as it stands and keep residing In Washington D. C.,| Vlnlc. AKHCH Mitchell I ll.rbrr Shop Pi q
e making! imnprovemets to modernize -
the 8.700 mile net he said.
O I. PASTURES-
Figures released by Bay less reveal -
ACREAGE:: LAWNS that $71.211.000 was spent on Quality Building Supplies
construction and $17,057.000 on
routine maintenance from January SINCE:: 1925 I

LAND CLEARING 1, 1948 to June 30, 1948

During that period he said 400 _o_ Vt
C. HAROI.D
BATES
miles of new road were built, t
ENGLEWOOD VENICE 3390 more than 1.SOO miles completely VENICE LUMBER CO.
rebuilt and almost 200 miles widened
Thousands of feet of bridge
Venice Ave. at Seaboard Phone 3222"SUMMER
were constructed he reported.
In addition to projects completed
RELAX AT on April 30, contracts had
l been awarded for $21.239.000
worth of work on 624 miles of MONTHS ,' Ip
roads and 6594.000 for 13.200
smijly's I aver II fet of bridges. Close Saturdays at One

Surplus Exhausted

125 South Tamiami Trail Venice However of several, Bayless million said the dollars surplus H. N. WIMMERS Realtor

"Best Drinks in Town-At Popular Prices" built up during the war has been PENINSULAR :TEMEHIONl co. a.
exhausted and the department Is FLORIDA POWER: AND LIGHT
t Delicious Sandwiches--When You Are Hungry WESTERN
now being operated on a stric'lycurrent : UNION i
basl,.

, This year the department has Western Union Open on Sundays and Holiday 11 to 12 am

Stop In and Enjoy a Cool, Refreshing. already Bayless said spent the anticipated$15163000 revs-and

nue of $14000000 during the remaining
six months of the year
VENICENOKOMISBANK
TROPICAL all be needed to meet existing

ry II contractual Unless new obligations.revenue 1 is found, I

4 DRINK il the activities of the State Road .
Department will be confined to
VENICE FLORIDA l
Improving the standards of the
existing maintained system of 8,
736 miles to meet the ever Increasing "WE INVITE YOUR ACCOUNT"
I traffic needs. Bayless 4
t said. Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. :

Rum Cola . 25c f Needs Greater Share Maximum Insurance
He Sato federal aid apparentlywill $5000 $5000ESSENTIAL
Fo r Each Depositor
be reduced and gas tax receipts -
Rum Collins . 35c f cannot sustain the program J
unless the Rood Department Is
given a greater share of the tax. 1 I had never realized the

Coconga . 40c "Plans are prepared. Inspectionand of TITLE '
importance ;
supervision personnel is on you SHOULD HAVE either
hand contractors with adequate Insurance' an Abstract with a legal opinion f i ?
Tom Collins :35c
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facilities In men machines and or Title Insurance which ) 117 r
.I'.J material are available. But unless |18 based on a legal opinion.
...... I'I# HH- ..... additional revenue Is forthcomingthe r ..... on every parcel of property s',

postwar highway program d1 you own.
I \
must be cut tailed"
( r ABSTRACTS '

BIRTHDAY PARTY Qj. TITLE INSURANCE
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WHY NOT Mrs. Floyd Joyner last Monday
Abstract Companyof
I gave a birthday party In honorof
her four-year-old son Floyd
SUBSCRIBENOW "Butch" Joyner, Jr., at the Sarasota
Oroveland Avenue home of the
Bon J. l>ryra.n. President 1
Joyners. Nineteen attended. Mrs. ACCURACY ESTABLISHED: 1921 SERVICE:
William Lightfoot assisted the TELEPHONES *Ui and 2.1. 115 SIXTH STREET
hostess.

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VENICE GONDOLIER;
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Venue, Florida. C1

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tr three months (7Bc)'........................ "EVERYTHING FOR YOUR BUILDING"
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of an anticipated
?
number
IN DlSCUlY at ClaIr

nJ 0 ,q,.. ity cases.

:lentCe,1: (' U_fir. -'; To organize a blood bank Ik

,. ..J..i It I ,illj", aid 411 some civic organic
.. rlsijr
:, ... ., --..' Ae. Is needed to undertake I It

_. -r.: I / .... (_ 0Yf community project 4j, ya

--7 bank In the stat will
__ tto theaL
... : to
glad send a reprn nut U|,

"1 do not agree with a word }ou say', but I wall; defendwith to the commonly to work tin ,

my life your right to say u.' -VOLT A IKK 1'', the civic organliatlnn In KUJ.

OW SO All up the blood bank In
i Published every Thursday. Editorial and business office. 113 West uxttn. t
t Venice Avenue Venice. Florida P. O. Box 632. Phone Venice 3131. tlon with the hospital and pVjRiclafl .
0 *. In fact blood but
h i MEMBER FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION
will be glad to send
repl'fIfDIolives !
NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION ctb
Into any community fc
Entered 00 second-class matter June 6, 194C, at the poll office explain the operation ol VW
t, .t Venice. Florida under the Act of March 3, 1879.
banks and the benefit thai fa.

Subscription rates: On year, $2.SO; six months. $1.50: three cal iteople rimy, obtain by lit ,
T.. a months, 75.. Classified advertising rater 2 cents per word., first 20 porting or establishing tnt
words I cent per word for each additional word.
Y+'Rtre -- -- wntrt6arz letexknt file, there li a

ra.fit CARROLL H. WILLIAMS Editor and Publisher blood b&k In Mount Dora U.

HELEN WILLIAMS Office Manager the Uona Club o' that tows tt. l
HOWARD BRILEY Shop Foreman
dertook all a community in.JeeL .

r the sponsorship of tilt kral -

"TOO LATE TO 1 donor. problem "a tU
[ CLASSIFY"By 1 pro*&, under wrlch It built at I

RUSSELL KAY a reserve with the nearest! o

IIIIIIIIII I I '" I I I I I'' III"" ganlted blood bank wta* i


f a A few weeks ago I took a trip across the ftate driving through I LETTERS To The EDITOR | any draw person upon the In )Mount reserve Don Kith a*

t mile after mile of beautiful grove country where trees were itlll IHit"- b. worrying .about securing are
JiIlR' J I II
laden with oranges and grapefruit and the round under them was I ement. The project u
pl
blanketed Orlando Fla. [ which Is from one-third to one-
; with
t drops
th
I adopted bi
the cost of securing a npbaequently
fourth r
C. H. Williams Editor
At Fort Pierre In the heart of the Indian River country I tried transfusion where the blood must Florida district of Lions Inllt
Gondolier
s lair Q to buy a half grapefruit forty'r : national Likewise, the bM
Venice. FlorIda be obtained from a professional
14 bieakfajt They didnt have any try all day and: has project has km
seen tons of The purpose of this letter Is donor. The laboratory charge is bank as a
All I could set: uu ranned Juice fruit on the trees and on the adopted l>y Other chic irttiliatlons. -
charge
4v, two-fold: first to acquaint you a financial sustaining
and a poor quality at that. ground or has followed truckload one of which is Mow
I
with the operation of blood banksIn Areas not covered by an organized -
'l I asked the manager of the after truckload of citrus fruit on furnishing a sub-
who are
I Florida and, second, to ask! blood bank must rely upon t
place "how come" I cculdn buy the way to some packinghouse.I your cooperation In getting the'i j procuring professional donors wide movement for supports

even a half grapefruit for breakfast 'I' existing' banks and eitiMiik
that
t s I In some areas that story to the people Inasmuch as I who are called in only for some

He shrugged his shapely have suffered for lack of rain a the press Is the greatest medium I]I Individual patient; hence the Ing others

shoulders and d'dn't' look half as considerable quantity of fruit Is i, of the desire of the Pint F
through which we are able to inform hospital has no reserve supply I II It Is
sorry as he said he was, explainIng poor trade, that some has sprouted the general public of thE: I blood In the event of sudden : Association of Blood Banks to It

that the fruit at this time of and some Is dry but In spite blood bank in as ma
i activities of blood banks and the emergency or research. I tabllsh a

i year asnt any good of that there are millions of boxes services to which they are entitled Records show that nearly three I communities as possible and athe

No Fresh Fruit of fine edible fruit available the putt:
In as Individuals.Of times as many transfusions are i game time acquaint

t i Just out of curiosity I stopped the state and it is a pity that course, people In Oilando given today all over the country with the cervices that mar b I
t ?; in at a number of other eating folks who want It
and banks.
are wllli.ig these
Jacksonville, Miami and Tampa than In 1940 which emphasizesthe received from
places to set if any of them had to pay for it can't It at
eft a cafe
the tia
blood
where the four major or central need for a supply In We are well awal'01
flesh citrus fruIt. None had. Some 01 restaurant
blood bank are located are to every community. that generally the public has belittle <<

4 said It was too much trouble to Another complaint while I'm at some degree acquainted with the I Florida's blood banks are each educated In the opens

fix others verified the statement It, Is that even In the height of life-saving advantages of the organized operated separately and In this of blood banks although tJ
made by the first I
chap--the fruit the season many of our eating are better equipped to serve and I d
bank, but there Is a defi- way know that they are a
t \was no good I 1( places Insist on serving culls and nite maloilty who are not fully I the particular type community In clearing house for blood wd! I.

Driving along the! highway I fruit of poorest quality and want Informed I which they ore located There area I minute way that tine menthe
r I stopped at a frulutand offering !1! ISc 'I a
to 25c half
a for It while the The public became blood bank number of sub-banks now In existing banks have on Wand
both I r
try oranges and !grapefruit by i poor grower Is begging somebodyto conscious after Pearl Harbor, process of formation which will maintained are respond
A the bag I bought a bag of each I I
take
t4tr; and cut and sampled tne fruit It quality fruit off the tree I where stores of plasma saved greatly Increase coverage in the for the saving of many lit
at 15c
was delicious a field cute It lust don't countless lives Also, the use of state. Blood needed In an mien?!*!

s'' 1 I Since then I have stopped at make sense blood bank products for the victims At present and the same con- U needed immediately and wt!

e" A ustauiants in a number of towns, Millions ol folks throughout tie of the Cocoanut Grove dition will exist when other banks often than not the time eleos\

r S United States would be eating are In operation blood donations lop
most
f j all In the titus belt and on only nightclub fire In Boston shortly in securing blood Is

l two occasions was I able to find Florida oranges and grapefruit after Pearl Harbor, brought tin made In one bank may be ex- tant. InthepartmanylHei wile i
for breakfast If they could changed for In other banks hat!
t anything but canned Juice. In one get project before the public eye use I lost because a speclllc donor

Instance the waitress recommend- them and they want them and In all of the major blood banks throughout the state, or a donation to be found, tests made and a

"' rd tomato: juice when I said I'd have the money to pay for them the only cost for a transfusion to made at one bank may be II blood drawn before the ps:1II:

lather have fresh citrus than can- but, unfortunately, vie have the patient Is the laboratory fee, credited! to the individual; at another was actually: receiving the trw

t ntd never been able to figure out an bank. Also. a donor giving fusion: today the blood Hi II

intelligent system of distribution'hat blood to a bank for a patient hat ready to roW I
And glowers all the I hand in the banks
over state would keep fruit on the mar- it is grown but It certainly oughtto a similar amount credited to UW;

nrt holding meetings to try and ket and in the cafes and restaurants be available everywhere here In which he or she or any member the patient after a.ry
see what can be done about the laboratory proc-dure,
of the country available for Florida. of the family of either Is entitled -
that ji
citrus Industry. We are In the folk who want It. We have canteloupes from the to use within a given period. It Is our sincere hope llii
ol
midst of organizing a Florida Carolinas, watermelons from will be able to use some
The cost of establishing a blood
Plenty ofCoke'
'j Citrus Mutual which It I is hoped Information In your publlcitn
Georgia,
apples from Virginia.
bank Is small and any one of the
will solve our problems and may We can stop at any hot dog: realize that strictly sputa
Honcy-dewi from California but We
banks will
existing cooperate in
be it will but stand or wayside Joint In termed
If ask
you me we any what might be
have to quarrel with the waitress with li to not
need to do state In the Union any way possible any com- that ly
helluva CocaCola'1
a bl" sales job scream but we feel
and risk being thrown story
out of the news
munity wishing to.start a bank.
right here and the e4'r
at home. man will come ,- be useful u
joint when we ask for a half There content might
a
Is no need for levying
Sounds Silly||| tunnln'. But Just walk Into the any MAterial anduseyoumlgrjtmakeoftheliii'III
grapefruit In Florida. And then large expense for such a project tonal! column ,
When Floridians average establishment '
operating eating and ask for
we pick up a paper and read since most of the needed
equip I
establishmtnts tell a glass 01( fresh I :
a custo- orange or grapefruit be greatly appm4l'ed.
about the terrible plight; of the ment Is already in use by any matlon will
mer who asks for fresh citrus JUice and they look at you
poor citrus and h"w the .
I grower in operating hospital.
fruit that It's 'no good' or 'too like you were as nutty as a fruitcake
I world Is he going to find a mar- The service or laboratory fee Sincerely,
much trouble .
to fix' and
suggests
tomato : ket for his fruit It makes a guy has been worked out to operatethe riorlda Association ol
Juice Instead it sounds A guy might expect to find
want to pace Mortimer Snerd and banks, which are non-profit Blood Banks Inc.
powerfully silly to a guy who has fruit hard to get at
some point offer him the Czar Owyt
been Job of Citrus Institutions. A\ the same time, Mary M.
driving through
grove coun- far distant from the'area In which
or something the fee Is figured to bear the cost Chairman of PubWTIjCARL

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FOR SALE BUSINESS
PERSONALS LEGAL NOTICES REAL ESTATE FOR SALE LEGAL NOTICES
ReC 1\8 ItATlrrlII.'. (lnd evil.It'awnrhie I STRONG BTUItDY I'LAN'fS 1 _
file tl.! !
prior Call Purl Ida IamlPropmx ,...
orD our ..
P MOTIVE OP IN1ENTION FURNISHED: ..In"Irimt .., ..11"I' ,
MELRUY'S NURfcfHUurrl T<> KH.ISIKH t'IC1I11f11' NAME ', |x,,,'h. lin-k I III.Mid I. I.." I1ul.u I', ..,. MTIt'E II' I\TI.'r",
Turn K.Ublt.ht-d IttSS Ihiundmlirnrd. dti. hereby certify Hut' Mtrllo A.... teen{ l'hne :"u.:' 1'(1 KEf.IH'rr.1I 11(1'111(1111 SA..t I yT'h
l'I'RNITl'RE of all kl.... Von.'I __ right lit Laurel Punt Offlrt.CKNFIIAL |hi. Kr. nmductlna a retail drug ilmtiIII" Wrjle hit it|, Gandulier.2tTUIiY .I..i.n..1 01" I..1Lv .....iff
.h 1'.1.:31 W. Miami Av..u. HAUIINO ,., ,....." 'l V..".. H"rl'> "nd" "" '".- --- .. --- -- that I it I. ,anhxting n hu.,.. ''', .I I.......
2'2 ., ami mm 'tin". u. .. ,, ,. l'lurnla' iur ,.
? .VV'rkiJ1'1'' fl.". .1..11.. .....01. 'IHB"KK\AI.L MOCK. Iarr, ,'. 'r, .rlhnr ".11" ,1 f.r rl-
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> ... 2012. STOUKJHIIH elalra. Milk enllnnr' I.rur "''?1 n4ntk,1. 11n'l''r tilt II"Iti./r ..aue ofAr1IWr.Ae
.1101 that Paid firm I. ...m.,1 III tl. .,... 1"10.. ,
NESS: OPPORTUNITIES I LAWN: Mffi'1.:;: ; in of'..I1..t"... lx'rana. wh,1er home. and 1.I.r.". d'onxtmnf li Iplnnrr-Trmlr x I'"1-Imp,,'k. (link in Trail?urtr I ," and "hat ,ih .Id firm PRult''Tt1"Pirilsiord ortin f. :.
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,01 C ). INIERKITF.n 1 in Cninin.' Ni.,1 nr. |.1.| ....
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t I. iw tn right ".rly. St<,. eitnor S nlra brhk';171.or lIu,k wars.. roll: J. F,. 1111.{ : : f?Luww Owner-hip: n( Thtr HrMill (.1., .,.. I. .. BHICTION: of b..I.... (I".h 4f. Alrru", le-aiurtal. .. as

"p{fi( II l *wnlrrwurka fi3. Vcnira.tews Sunday nil. I CONCRETE ';; I Jsnare..ub J.M.'Pulling."I.k.' .3U'S014.". and by ,n::iilinliul. If inlnr.alyd>iu. In I, eURrat illy of n Venice.:u m (I IIn1.vaj WII. R. leo... 1401, i iI ,
truckling.ono, III. A, ..,. Pox 161. Venice Fl.. It IN my inG ntiun G, the Ctar'
nor Int.I'Hi''n In apply, |,, the ('h-rd| mtlKiU. hi. I I : ::: tI'I .u1 :elf: I'
of Ire
ul the ('Ireult Court In I l'r1111 l It I1)1 i"e Mrr.ofaYount
I in-, Cuttrrll (,'u.t,. and file domains ,. F'nrlds to Iv'el.l, 1 aad ,
t1.I.lo. to slay"
1'nul\re I crisis ill will name A COMPIMEKFAL ; : ::::
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n-D-y SEPTIC: TASK CLEANIN .r THI: RF'ALI. .. AIIWI.A1' l'1t11t't'1"r too P
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of Record I Iier Modern Dumping "" ""m..I. W.k (:.... 'I-I.i ... of ('haptr, 21"\3. L.under...". the.p1) ESTATE J.K\lO ,1,1".. xf I hxldrr 209'.Y l.hY .r t'l..oI.
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24,64. 1)r "" .,..., h..I.. this, 2"lh duy ..r'' Sale. lIn..I. ...". m, h..dU,. 1'.'h duy or J.tw, ,
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to OoorB'1 L. Patterson ctot 1"II.h 112I'f''B hnnitt. tu Uiullfiil ntrrrn.nt e.t"u.liwlHl I
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| 5 67 ot Englewood Garden Dance Draws 'U1'1I ell I mil uniniini\nl ''''plnl loluniU, IKI,'h i I IiM.li.rlI. '
T., t: tlF l'in:,"11I'- .,. fishing \bull.buainr', if
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f 00.Real RF.ISH.1t I'I( 111I111 0 NAME' .
I npl.rtnniti-| in.M..dupe. I.r''liiilnx '
| Estate Transfersmlrc Good AttendanceMore 1 Ha. h....u..I.I... ...y Ilrtinl..1,.da .h..h...r.\, "lo".1Ir.I.,....11"1.1 "ptnlinr m.li.r rainhform.ri.urtIrnlliT. and ramiw rru.,po h itib. Dependable I' : .:
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Indicated by 1O. n1. H.t"h' 1'1..01. unkr the lamiinl !! lnil ) A
stamps ,,. fi: emaI Irula "f -<
tilt ha mo ofA,1h'dll' . .
1 R'ynolds, et al toV than loo attended the I SEAFOOD: MIItKIT mmplrtr<..rri!'>H\c rrntnl fxlder., w rs and e rniip S.if.nd thi file. tn free>|i. Servin: iWWE i
Ip' \ Sutton et ur. loU 1 Venice Lions Club first MI, that .01.1 firm 't.. '""""..-I ...r I""". trot peel"{.. '
"ActllI I 01'1' Inv 1%t.rp ..h,... ..m.. and, ... srrcrtL7.EChryEler
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f O.pr..y Park Sub- ties" dance at the Venice ClUe/ r v-k/rnrr/ are ... funoa.t HFFI'IITT IIr.UTY 1\1ESTSIF.\TB Products I
3hn F. tentrn r. I'. 1). II". ..
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Auditorium last k"n.I.. ,,,,...
on. $500 Saturday nisln 1'10 017 Tint Slrwt I-or M>rr.. rii>rid"Et.TMhrtp > it
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irth C Green rt al to Stan Kirhaici'.on: mmibcr of knm.. !Fkvroh.. ii n 2. K I In Rind, t-'M."

[leiV Sutton. et lux. lot 1 the committee In charge, said Ih.1 t.1"_M"a.. ,.hh.G.Iluw."f I \nl"?,,. ?,?,,??, M.,', Ruth the fSVAI unit t'Ml'li'ALROOFIN3 NKO'NvIr.31GARAGE

I ich 8 ot Osprey Park Subdi. affair wn so successful) that plans urn h' I"'If" '" JII'. .
14'4... t.. I..11-v., 50' ,r
lion.OR are being made )
immediately to I .
It I. .
"nr IIIf..ItI. I. gpnly I" 'Ix Roof work of All K.nds: E
stage a similar event in 't.Proceed..i Clerk "I lIr f'I'I'.11 f''rI I. still far 1 i
Fvravda 1'x1,11." 1''rlI" III nelli..r I.. ALVIN P. JONES GEORGE T. DIiiZIaPhone
OIHCK. RELIABLE are used by the Lion .1,1 Namof hr1K11MIi
SERVICE. CALL : for varmii-c riMe j-liilamhroplc I und.r. II... pm.. AI'IIO""r f'h.M.,titNET ..... ionpnBus.. 2873 a Homo 2981 i 2581 I 111 "
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1.1. Venice Phone 2153 evening'! entertainmentfor ------- --
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I I. im er Roofing and Col. V B Dixon won second READ THIS COPT TO THE RUSINES I IrE OF \ 1

\ ;U>1 Cement pil/e $1 In trade OF TilE GONDOLIER I IWHY 1 THIS AREA d,

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( in;rete BlocksJ. NOT MAIL IT lJI; \HI LS GKOUC.I t:
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LUMBER CO. -
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UMCr. FLORID I ,Venire *,.. (' Intel! hnlninlr JOB PRINTINGSIGNS \


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'hen You Want A Plumber Bad i 1

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Be Sure That He Is GOOD i''

Dependable Plumbing MENUS {' ,

Contracting Repairing ; l F0IIIIS I I

Full Line Fixtures and Material '

Water Pumps Pipe and Fittings ill NOTICES//

LET l> FIGURE YOrK JOB ESTIMATES: GIVEN 4 41 I t.
TICKETS .
JOSSART PLUMI51XG ( 0. : I'I I I.

Phone 3601. Venice. Florida : I P0STERS :: : :

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Fictitious Name LawIn E N VE LOP ESBULLETINS I l',

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Florida, it is unlawful for any person tir peens P A M P II LET ;

to in under fictitious nameless
enrage business a
s.iid fictitious name has been registered with HAND BILLS I I

e clerk, of the circuit court of the county in which BILL IIEdADSSTA'1'I':1I14NTS 1

!hated' { the firm's principal place of business. : '

Before the circuit court clerk can accept this' 'I'

tr.ulon: ) a notice of intention to register the fie- LETTER HEADS ;

lOllS' name: must be published) for four consecutive ORDER BLANKS

eeks.

BUSINESS CARDS
, The information required is simple and our ,

'argre is the standard amount set up b\ I law for pubiti"n -

:: \ of such notices. When your notice has rune

prescribed four consecutive times, \\' will fur- I

s11 > mi with a notarized "Affidavit of Publica.n. -

:'. ." Mhich you then: file with the clerk r.f the cir"I .



court.If you haven't yet complied with this !law; or Venice Gondolier

[ you are just starting a new business, why not let ,

tE GONDOLIER begin publication of the neces. e

notice this week ? Call Venice 3131 right now,
Fy you have it in mind. 313 West Venice Avenue VENICE, FLORIDA Phone 3131



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EVERYTHING HAS BEEN 4114 PRICESREDUCED GOOD


BUY IN PRICE NOW! e 474 THROUGH JULY 31

SAVE NOW!


Here Are A Few Typical Bargains


BUY NOW! .r- SAVE NOW!


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.V.. Men's Ladies'

NOW NOW
lielien's White Sport t Shirts $1.79 WERE $2.93; Ladies' Dresses $MFRt 2.9b m\0\
..4 len'8 Cotton Sport Shirts $,R9E S1J9 Ladies' DressesLadies' $1495 WERE $9.95
'Men' Striped Dress Shirts $3.99 E $2..t9 I Dresses $730 HER tjJ'MJ CI
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'I en's I Khaki Pants U.3S WERE $1.98 Ladies' Dresses WERE:7: .tIII

. a lien's' Dress Slacks $6.56 WERE $4.75 Others at $2.98
M 'I en's Khaki Shirts S.50 WERE: $1.95" Ladies' NightgownsBrassieres Sizes 42-48 WERE$29* 14
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i Men's Hayon Silk Pajamas $8.95 WERE 54.50 $225 WERE $1.15
Men's Work Shoes $5.50 E 53,98 Cotton Blouses $225 WERE $1,8
Men' Blue Work Pants S3.119 E $1.98 White Blouses WERE$975r'
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Carpenter's Overalls 53.23 WERE $.1.98 Shoes $650 WERE $3.95)
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Painter's Overalls ; 50 E $3,2j Loafers $625 WERE $3.9SBallerinas ;J $
'I en's Shorts t $1.49 WERE 95c S3 WERE 95 $$175?
Blue Work Shirts $2.73 E $1.98 Slacks $525 WIRE: 8115
Work Jackets FU8 WERE $2.75 Shirts $750 MERE $195

Work Overalls f3 WERE 98 $2.7'1I Brunch Coats $151)WERE $3.5IJ

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Children's Girls'

NOW NOW
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Shoes '\ $3.98 WERE $3.7- Night Gowns .II'E $1.4

Children's Dungarees :259E 51.79 Girls' Dungarees $29 HERE$ $219
Boys' Shirts \ WERE. $1.25 Girls' Denim Pedal Pushers $23 WERE$ $1.99
Bo's' Polo Shirts }ERE $1.00 Girls' Denim Shorts $239 WERE $1619
Receiving Blankets \ WERE. 49c Girl Blouses $2.25 WERE: $1.00
Crib Blankets WERE 79c -

Crib Pads $1.50 WERE 75c KitchenBlue
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Baby Shirts : :E 20c Enamel Pans 1-2 price

Cotton Panties $'S9E 30c Lamp Shades JUO WERE 5c

Blouses WERE s1 ps $1.00 Clothes Dryers $279 WERE $1.00


Venice t Department Store

213 West Venice Avenue
MRS. LILLIAN
JOSEPH. Owner Phone 21


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