Venice gondolier
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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: July 11, 1947
Publication Date: 1946-1964
Frequency: semiweekly[ -1964]
weekly[ former 1946-]
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 )
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: UF00079934:00074
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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\Permits Businessmen Split Over Planned Free Swim

ar Ahead Protest to City Council Against Class StartsOn

If fLastYear Boosting School License FeeThirteen MondayFree

I Venice's steadily
Oiresslnr growth, building per- state It had been T staggering Venice was a stricken sh:" of a City. Like many other communities in thishomeowner,1 swimming classes for

LI, Issued there during the first Ing national economic coJapse. twin blows by the bursting ot the Florida "boom" and the follow- young and old will be launched In )
ft months of 1947 totaled 117. homes end empty store the Pines Hotel outdoor plunge tat ;
660. or nearly three times the here were everywhere with only a few merchants and 9 o'clock next Monday morn-
Ial figure for the correspond- the Great Depression Continuing to maintain' faith In Venice and Its future and endeavoring to weather Ing as another step In the Sum- 1

L period In 1946, it was report When the Kentucky Military mer Recreation Program being
i yesterday by City Supervisor I Il Institute announced its decision to locate Its winter Florida home sponsored by the P.-T.A. and
let Venice the
l hlihps!, H. Mallory. For announcement was other organizations for Venice
| The 1946 total for the period greeted with joy and grateful appreciation AgainstStatement Nokomis and the neighboring dis

OlD i January 1 to June 30 was Statement of by all. trict. Twenty-eight have signedup
680. according to records in FINN w. CASPERSEN Each year since that time most of for the class already.

e office! of the city clerk, Mrs. Member City Council Venice merchants rind townsfolk LOUIS J. PAPPAS Bazll E. Bowen P.-T.A. presi- tt
have looked forward eagerly toKMI's The Reiall Store
belfi Roess-Siede. The basis for dent who this week became act-
taxation Is annual visit
[ While the largest single permit equality, and the lack of It gives definite financial and benefit the very I'm not In favor of the citycouncil's Ing chairman of the group, an- 0
date this covered that action the nounced Louis "
ued 1 to year concerning Suter former Red
any taxpayer the right to came from
protest the
school, the
i business building the $15,- and demand proposed license fee Increase affecting Cross swimming Instructor, will
equal treatment. the cadets
concrete block structure be- Certain the parents the Kentucky Military Institute be In charge of the class. Any
tax exemptions relatives and friends
I built for Dr. T. S. Thompsont are I of the ca- not just selfishly as a child or adult who has not yet
prescribed by State Law
and the dets.
| the northeast corner of Ven- business man who gets business
c and Nokomis avenues most municipal taxing authority must Many merchants quite frankly from KMI but as a citizen of
( the Increase Is due to con- adhere to them. In the absence of admit their debt to KMI attributing ; Venice concerned with what is AMATEUR NIGHT

uucUon of new homes, It was1ned specific authority to the con- a major share of their best for the general welfare of Another free amateur night
I out.Impressive. trary in the City Charter or an prosperity to the annual visit by the city. will be held tonight at 8 o'clock '

j as was the nearly amendment thereto. At the same Colonel C. B. Richmond and the This exorbitant Increase in In the Recreation Hall of the t
loo per cent increase registered time, the municipal taxing auth- school KMI's occupational license fee Venice Bay Trailer Park under

sting the first half of 1947 It is ority does not have a legal rightto Growing FeelingIn was made, I think to a large degree the auspices of the Summer 0

xpected the second half of this I grant tax exemptions not pro recent years, however, there because of prejudice on the Recreation Progmm. Paul Got-
fear rill register an even great- vided for in the State Law or Its hat been a growing feeling among part of some members of the densteln will direct the affair.
own charter either directly, some Venetians that Anyone desiring to perform
r gain. Building projects In the KMI payIng council. The sudden way in whichIt w
ginning stage, It Is reported, in* through kick-backs, or by assessIng only a personal property tax was brought up, without even may enter their act up to cur- v
cite Venice is quite likely to and levying unequally and by and a $5 per year occupational giving any advance official no- tain time tonight. The use of
i the 1500.000 mark In newIIStruclion that means shifting the tax bur- license fee, but no tax to the tice to Colonel Richmond and his the hall Is being donated by

: before the end of den from one taxpayer to the rest city on Its $236,000 plant, was associates plus the fact that the Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Kuykendalland
ijew. of the community.In not bearing its fair share of the / increase Is excessive certainly the public Is Invited.to at-
our City Charter, the Council cost of maintaining and operat- doesn't indicate fair play. tend.

New Is given the power to license ing the city. KMI has done a great deal for

Legion Post and tax any business, occupationor The contention was made that I Venice, and is still the greatest enrolled Is Invited to sign up at

In Englewood profession without regard to' while KMI has contributed muchto single asset this town has. Not the Pines Hotel pool Monday
the amount of the State Licensetax the city and Is still so contributing only does the school bring Ven- morning-

I formation and without regard to whether Venice too has con- ice publicity it could hardly hopeto Bowen took .'
of Lemon Bay post over temporary direction -
If the State shall license the tributed a great deal to Colonel obtain without spending a lot
American Legion, was de- of the recreation program j' '.
same or not. Richmond and his associates. of but it
xled money brings a tre-
upon last Monday night In this week when General Chair'I
The Increase in the occupational New OrdinanceAt
IK mendous amount of "new"money t
Englewood Community Hallt man Jack Wilkinson was forced
I meeting of veterans of that tax to be levied against Its last meeting, the city into the city every year to relinquish the job because of ;f1j t
torlct from both Sarasota and private boarding schools, as call council passed on first reading a both directly and Indirectly. the pressure of personal affairs. .
harlotte counties. ed for in the ordinance presently new city occupational license ordinance Also local organizations have Preparing Pool '

J. D. Tate was elected tem- under consideration by the City in which the fee set up the privilege of using KMI's Recreation Installation of chlorination i
rll1 chairman, Chidester Council was arrived at In the for boarding schools operated for Hall, dining room etc., equipment loaned by the Venice c.
ItJl.On temporary course of equalizing the current profit obviously aimed at for their numerous functions. city council, was under way to-
Major William Jonas secretary tax-roll and was not aimed at any KMI is fixed at $10 each Their dress parades provide en- day at the pool under directionof Y'
T treasurer tern- particular institution.The for the first 50 pupils, and $15 tertainment for the local and J. J. Jossart. County Sanitary

It was announced I fact is that other private for each pupil In excess of 50. transient people as well as those Engineer R. U Cause will makea
ing will be held the next warding schools have shown an KMIs approximate enrollmentIt from surrounding towns. For formal Inspection of the pool

unity Hall at 8 at Com- interest In locating In Venice and 300 which would make its as- these things and many more, too before it is opened for use. The

IIr" 21, with the charter p.m. Monday roll to (Continued on page six) (Continued on page six) (Continued on page six) plunge is being made available

( coed through of Harry and
*i desiring at that to become time. Any a char-vet- ALL SCHOOL DISTRICTS IN SOUTHERN END Baxter Dye courtesy of the Pines Hotel. y -

*.t member U asked Of to get the In new touch Legion with OF COUNTY SHOW VALUATION INCREASEGlover I classes Suter, to emphasized be held every that Monday the it

e, Johnson or Major at 9 a.m., are designed to teach
Jonas. Ashby county tax assessor state and county foreclosed landsto termlnlng the tax mlllage totals swimming fundamentals, and are ; '

this week announced a total the tax roll." I $31.410,893, as compared to the not for advanced pupils. In the

Coming Events I 1947 assessed valuation for Sarasota The county assessor further de- 1946 total of $21.528,649. I first part of the course, the pu

County of $33.672.573, an 11 clared there had been no overall The 1947 active maintenanceroll pil's objective will be to learn to
per cent Increase over last year's for this year totals 21.744 swim a distance of 50 feet. When
Friday. July 11 assessment Increase and that any
of able to swim 50
TM total 30900349. the pupil is
PM--, Softball Increase in the valuation on individual 043, as compared to last year's
n. Amvets game Ven- In submitting the tax roll to yards, he or she will be adjudg-
Payne Part Santa. the Board of County Commissioners properties was due to im- $20.315.479 (Continued on page five)

1 '.*, Ashby explained that the provements.The For the southern end of the
Amateur night free en- Increase was due "largely to new 1947 active tax roll for the county, Ashby released the following -
Recreation which is to be used In de- figures: 1 f
eni.- 11__ u Hall rnnntruetlon and the return Of county, WeatheR. .
-rualler park INTEREST AND SIN1tlNG L I I
July It
1.00 alii.. Free Real Estate personal Total Active Valuation TEMPERATURE RAINFALL
Ilea Hotel POOL swimming ellIS, School DIstrict (Active) Property Railroad un 1.41 Date Neil Uw Inc _

1 30 pm, American Legion 5 (Osprey) .................. 712,290 43,850 3un $ 792,437 7240470 Previously reported ..... ..... 2.83

eetlnll, No-Vol POSt. 7 (Laurel ........"........,. 18UOO 42,000 53.230 878,630 799,195 Julv 3 (additional ... ..... 0.21
11Ibhouse. Venice Air Base.Legion I (Venice-Nokomis 2003.200 141.140 43.273 :U90.403 2.011.028 FrI. July 4 ...... ..... 87 70 2.20

6.30Tummy' July U 8 (No Bonds) ............ 133.840 (Section between Venice & Englewood) 133.640 133,020 Sat. July 5 .............. 85 66 0.00

.. Lions meeting Tar- 10 (Englewood) ............ 838.1180 42,4110 37.958 71M28 8240465 Sun., Julv 6 ... ............ 86 62 0.00
Center Restaurant MAINTENANCE Mon., July 7 ............ 90 65 0.25

1.00 P.III., city Council meets 5 (Osprey) .""....?....... 549,870 43,850 31.497 629.817 571.5'0 Tues., July 8 ............ 80 69 004

crake 1:00: city hall. 7 (Laurel) ..."...."......... 813.130 42,000 53,230 709.080 880.1" Wed., July 9 .............. 80 68 0.21
1.753.896 Thurs.[ 10 ....... 84 69 0.78
P.1I1. "mOVies," Venice I (Venice-Nokomis I .. 1,8U.II'0 143,840 43.273 1.135,053 July
b Cutuo. 10 (Englewood) _......._ 5011.180 42,490 37,115' 589.628 544,135 I Total to date this month ..... 8.53Srh73


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VENICE GONDOLIER Frka. July 11.191
Page TwoLOCAL -

,\ CHURCHTO Macatees Report I ENGLEWOOD ENJOYING BEST plans Englewood to make with It his his

SPONSOR Colonel mew although at ramUJd
Englewood and 1U beach area are enjoying the best summer tallzed. plans to \'
RADIO HOURAt Withdraw ProtestPlans season In many years with accommodations almost as much at a wood 'and Mrs. ]

and Mrs. Charles premium as during the winter, It was reported this week by various ready Is. there, a
of Mr.
special called meeting of businessmen of the community. lease from Percy
a last Wednesday Macatee to open a new restaurant Even though many new homes --.,;..;;:
the concretion I cocktail lounge In the
night the people of the First Slede and building at the corner of J. T. Pearce New have been built in. recent months, MAJESTIC PORTABU\
Baptist Church of Venice voted and a new cottage park has been
Nokomis avenues -
'0 sponsor a radio program o\er I St. Augustine receded a and fresh: setback >esteiday County Juvenile constructed near the beach, demand AC-DC or Battery ow.i ,
atlon WSPB of Sala ota. Con. i disclosed Colonel has more than kept pace atlon Exclusive ware
when, they
..sting of religious music and a I I C B. Richmond! president I Probation Officer with increased housing. Ranger and Wave Mast
imon bthe pastor tae Rc\ advised them he wouldnot I, 'I think our continuing good for Improved reception
D. Campbell Crawford, the pio- I of wl1:1dl'ahb: objection to the : For the first time in Its history, I business here is due not only to difficult locations.

ram will be heard each Train.a sale of 1 liquor on the premises. Sarasota County this week has a |'a greater than usual Influx of $59.85
-: morning from 8,30 until 9. I :county juvenile probation officer. summer visitors" commented one
j jComm'nting
Although the Venice city council Less BatUririEiMS3M&S
the step. the He is J. T Pearce for almost store owner, "but to the fact that
on had ap'; roved their plans, and I
R, \ Ciawfoid said. 'This 1 is to )I the haw alieady signed a >'eari' se\en years a deputy in Sheriff 1 more and more people are discovering -
missionary endcaor I Doug Pearsons office, His appoIntment what a wonderful all-year
be primarilY a .1 !lease and paid a Mar's rent In I'
', There ut aproxlma t t'I\ advance, the Macatees ran Intoa was announced last climate we have"
: 000 people In the Venice No- I snag a few days ago when the week by Governor Millard Caldwell In support of hIs ear-around'

;oml-. Laurel and Englewood coun' ccmmlsfioneri refused to upon recommendation of the I point he cited the fact that for

t-'a and of this number con- approve transfer of the liquoiiun county commissioners. Instance there Is a rapidly growling l

I: ':drably less than half attend I II .e held for The Fiesta well- Pearce \\ho10'111 maintain V colon of retired military
I hutch am wheie We want to' known restaurant on the Trail headquarters in the courthouse at men In Englewood; ..iw

I" .i.ih th'IIth a spiritual me<- which the formerly operated. to Sarasota, was rated one of the I "SInce Major William Jonas

(' -n 2i and encourage them to go the new' "pn'c location most popular and capable members came here last year," he said

I .1- .uhrl>' to the Church of their The county boaid refused approval of the sheriff's staff. "we have acquired three other
o.ce. We shall not try to coatI after Colonel Richmond He announced that strict en- families of retired Army medical
I ante with ccmmerc.a: chows but forcement of the law barring department officers, and two
sad ol:tc'od on the ound the
.' will be our constant aim toe minors from liquor establishments "
loca'ed more are expected shortly
S.ede building 15 across I
.:. oar listeners the best will be his first objective I,
Major Howard Sourc and family -
the itrett front Ole: and of the
I j The PoeCrn'fore! !hu had KMI property. and he asked for complete cooperation : are residing In the Lang ALPHA MUSIC SHOP

1 r !>id
I I scadca'-r.g.! : h '-.r.j....sorted as ar. wr.tten a personal letter to Colonel I IREyt'RS lit on terminal leave Is living in
I -noi.r.t. ar.d.' >...r..i with'DBO him TO VENICE I 1 1-
Rclmond assuring;
t '.\ .-. Or.a-.o.: and \.VK.\S :r. ( : ZOLZB1ST iVl S7rrt7rrt ntr7rit mnrrt F r t T.!,...,.,r
: that they intended to Opel"ate Mr. and Mrs. O L Kincaid arrived -
Lou.sK.:: .
a refined establishment and back in Venice last Wednes-
: The ir-rcv' IS also; installing a asking ;tiini to reconsider and day night after vacation motor I A Privilege to Live In FloridaA "

I S: 200 modern heating plant to withdraw' his protest. Yesterday, trip that took them as far westas Distinction to Live in Venice
.'u.-e the com:or of its cor.freen however. they said he had advis- the Grand Canyon "Kin" reported :

j ? :, during tv! winter months ed them he still objected to having they covered more than H. N. WIMMERSRealtor

j The system will be used during a pace: handling liquor located 7.000 miles, "and never had a :1
're summer months to provide to near the .C'lool.: puncture."

Sere: air/ circulation in the au- The Macatees said their application '

, c'torium for transfer of the license NATIONAL: :MEET VENICE FLORIDA

i at piesent is before James T. Vo- County Commissioner Otis Where the Timiami Trail Meet the Open Gulf!
celle state beverage director, together .
Howell left yesterday for Salt
with the city councils approval -
and the county commissioners i Luke City to attend a four-day ;W .uLAJ.Mi.Jn 4.w.. 1 ;.1 ]l'OJ.A'; ..L.
SHOESdJIj I convention of county commis-
recommendation of disapproval -
sioners flour all parts of the nation
Until they hear from Howell was named official Have You Flown the New Spin-Proof Ercoupe Yet?
Vocelle, they said, they are hold I
ing their plans in abe\ance delegate to represent this con COME IV LET fS SHOW
Deke's Shoe Repair gressional district. His
Work of remodeling the premises expenseswill YOU THIS PLANE THAT
SKI la Fire Station be paid by the county.
I (Venice Ave, Colored Sullen at a cost of approximately five ALMOST FLIES ITSELF
"Fl thousand dollars Is still going on. SEE VENICE
I The building Is owned by Mrs. ,
TIME: ON: 1OIR HANDS? He'ga: Rcess-S.ede, city clerk. Street LAND and CLEARING RubdMtlon: Work LEARN TO FLY IN 8 EAST LESSONS
Government-Approved School Continuous Enrollment
\\ Have An
i All.Nrw Outfit IncludIn -
THREE LOCAL scours Jo Ton Uullduwr
6 PLANNING TRIP Clemons & Wagner .

Phone Ml P. O. B.. t7EMfE O.,,.Joyner P. O. Box 291 E. T Denhin

Have You Ever Been Boy Scouts from Venice I

Snookered? will join three Sarasota Scoutson
a 19.day trip to the National I. BETTER
It's Here! Council Phr.mcnt Scout RanchIn "BUYS" AT BAKER'S!

the New Mexico Rockies It
TV' Drat Snooker Table In
was announced this week
r TIm Section We Invite You to
Participate In or Witness One The local boys. slated to leave
of The World Most Fascinat- Camp; Flying; Eagle near Braden- COMPLETE HOMEFURNISHINGS
:rag Games ton on August 15, are Raymond

Edge. Louis Roland Franklin
and Francis Otis Broaion

B B DUNN AND SON Assistant! Scout Executive Wil-

WELCOME YOU lam: R. Ennl Jr.111 be In 5EEOURNEW
f charge of the group. I EMODERN DESIGNSL'F'TOTHEMINUTE :


Reservations . PRICES !

h You are (Planning on Corninjj to Venice

Next \Vinter: May\: We Surest Now Is the 112 MONTHS TO PAY]

'I :.me toke: Room Reservations?

\'any of Our HoresighteJ: Guests

Already Have Dune, SII, Freeing:{>; heir 1

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225 n. Venice Ave.EMCE. ,
Phone 3572
Across From Bus Station On Main Street


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JulY 11 19.7 VENICE GONDOLIER Page Three

Adjutant Bowen Hu WIMMERS WARNS AGAINST Tide Table fJ'Dat.
Terminal Leave Blanks
Adjutant B. E. Bowen of No- Fri., July II ... ass p.aa ins ....
Vel Post No. 159, American Legion Sat., July IS _. 1:24 as It:01 :.. ..w.p t
A word of caution against c omplete! abandonment of the presentite p.n.. rr1 ..-
announced this week that bridge Bun., July IIMan. 1 U .m. 13r .-.
he has road to Venice Inlet, despi construction of the new fuad II,01 p.m.n IU..,..
received a supply of ter- ., __ _
along the beach July 14 : a
was voiced this week by H. "Bud"
!aural leave" application blanks.An'I N. Wimmers ': ..... .:4' ps.'his. .
Venice realtor and ex-city council: who has been a resident of .., Jul. IS __ sri ..... h. p.a.
veteran who has not yet ap. the Wool., July II I.ZI err pa
community ever since 1925. Tin.
plied for his terminal leave pay Street Commissioner George r.i.t'rM: : I::;H ;.::. t: :::
may obtain a blank from Bowen.
I G Hlgel
WORK announced at the last city NEW LOCATION
| OVERTIMEI The adjutant called attentionto council meeting that the new I DependableService
I time I she the current congressional ac road between the lagoon and the For use as a more convenient

looks at Itthat's think tion providing for Immediate beach has been virtually completed classroom, J and J Aircraft, Inc.
or you why you a cash payment of terminal leave and will be thrown open has taken over the El Patio Ho-
to for use soon.Wimmers tel building space formerly occupied WE SPECIALIZE IN
Eve works overtimefor bonds and
urged any veteran ,who
Better make a said he understoodthe by the Arcade Beauty Chrysler Products
you. has not yet applied to do
so at
selection at Knowles county plans to tear down the Shop. Students of the J and J
jewelers today over- once small bridge over the present flying school, which maintains NOK011IISGARAGE
double, you
time pays double love road to the Inlet, as soon as the headquarters at the municipal
knoW double-happiness, a. new road is opened. airport, will henceforth receive .

double sparkle In your PhotographsOf "Personally" he said, "I think "ground" lessons at the new GEORGE T. DEVLIN
best Your Baby J and J. 4K
there Is always a possibility thata
KNOWLESJEWELERS At HomeAVAILABLE part of the new road may be
washed away by a Gulf storm.
IN VENICE "A a matter of fact, in the I "TRADE IN VENICE ATA ',1
Post Office Arcade During July Only) 1920's there used to be a road to I HOME-OWNED STORE' .

the Inlet on the beach side of the '
Harold R. Smith lagoon. On two different occasions Mahogany Chest of Drawers .

Professional Photographer that road was washed away, with 7
PHONE 2931 isolating the Inlet for several : I
days each time. That's :why the
road was re-routed and the bridge ROCKERS '
was built. I think it would be wise Mirrorfl
to keep the bridge road open, as ,I:
: Platform and
Tarpon Center RestaurantVENICE 'standby Insurance' In event a"
storm washed out the new road. Porch

Restoration of

OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY Country Club Ml W. Venice Ave R. O. HAINES Phone SID l

MANAGEMENT ------------- -- -

Seals Served I"AM W 2U ..M. 5 TM. to I P.M. restoration of the Venice
SANDWICHES BJEEK SOFT DRINKS Country Club is proceeding rapidly
9 P.M. to I A.M. Colonel A C. Earn hsw, NOTICE OF THE EQUALIZATION AND

managing director, reported this CORRECTION OF THE ASSESSMENTROLL
The removal of the structure OF THE

built by the army and used as an CITY OF VENICE, FLORIDA.Notice l
VENICENOKOMISBANK I olllcers dining room has been
started thereby providing an un- Y
li hereby given to all whoa It mar concern that
obstructed view of the golf course the Assessment Roll of the City of Venice Florid, for Use ,
from the club patio. year A.D. 1947 hu been equalized amT corrected by the CUr 4 4.
The golf course has received Its Council and all persons desiring to hare corrections made
initial grass cutting and the thereon whether In listing or valuation of the property ar il!.
VENICE, FLORIDA otherwise, are hereby reoulard U file .llh the City Cfcrk. '
Preens are being made ready for on or before the 15th tj of July A.D. 1M7. their assessment _
"WE INVITE YOUR ACCOUNT" the new topsoil and grass plant- protect setting forth their Abjection to laid amennent ':
and the correction they desire made, or they may personally ;
ing.Ralph Simpson is directing the present the same to the Council on the day hereinafter
)4..i.r.ol r.,41, D.psit Wov'- Cowl). reconditioning of the course, as- specified; ,'
Yom, and each of for, v'lli aim take Mice that the .
tlsted by advice from Joseph Con- Council will meet at the Council Chunk In the Municipal
IMW fct3te ter $5000 over, superintendent of rlty parks) Building City of Te1 Uot Florida. &t f PJW. Mr the 15th Bar
( rho is thoroughly familiar with of July. A.D. 1847. for the purpose of considering these pn>- a,
the entire course from his long tests U any y
experience as former greenskeep- Assessment protest forms may fee had at the City Qerkt

er. Working with Simpson are the Office.BY
following all of Venice: AUsa ORDER OF THE CITY COUNCIL

Leger, Roland Keys, and John

Smitty's Tavern Mallory.FORFEITS BONDJ. Helga City Roeu-Siede Clerk

M. McClure of Venison forfeited y a
a $50 bond last Monday
when he failed to appear before
Mayor Clyde V. Hlgel to answerto y

"The a reckless driving charge pre- VENICE LANDCOMPANY
ferred against him by Chief of
Follce Gerry Pestotnik July I.

Bright A STRIKE!

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Registered Real'Estate Broker {


There's No Thrill Quite Like WE HAVE SEVERAL
The Pleasure You Get When
Pins Oo Down and
All those
TheTrail" You Score A Strike! NICE HOMES AND
Come In Any Afternoon or
Evening.'J3ee for yourself '.

: FOR SALE ,r'

And Grill
Prices Reasonable
"l t DrWc, b! TQW S-'Mt 1 008F p*"" t<5 West VepJet Aws.POVGHNCT .
Paws.. !fist

. 4dw heW! tw You Are HuJl'1 $! 3 Nokomis Avenue South Phone 3581 .

Fresh EWT Morning I
lei loiat" Tam" Trail Vcpic* I 13. msea "In Business To Help Build Venice and Venice Value:1.t *"

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11 f'l k ago yesterday, In the midst of our struggle to get The 10 ..m, tlund., rw 1 111"1\01

; ,; ', earlier than usual because of the Fourth of July holt- II m. Mon6so .
: :: Sif: j: p.m., \ '>llh j .
:. :. -- into the office. They were
-- :a." : I' gentlemen of the press came N edne.dwyEsk1iprayer

1R.:, S.*. ::off. feature writer, and Ernie Bennett, photographer. of and Nil.Enalet'o. .
---1-, ,,' I .. A you ': it I w... .:fie- : Information I ,
'1 I :" J't..If'J aa: ;..c staff cf the Miami Daily News. They were seeking to ..m.Lam 5-Iae nti .

t:t...; Yrn.ee. to be used soon In cut 1
business off_. ) \) Wessloe t .m. Ch .
tonal! and
1'WiM..J.r FrI'" 1: JL .c.e ;n the Niws fine Sun- served on his desk Have enjoyed -
Wmr F 'i P. O. Boa 632 Phone \ ..x. Jt.J;
I the nnny letters I've received FIRST BAFS..U '
" r -- ".II:! Uagaoane. NCR
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. MM1DFR FI I OR ') s PRESS ASSOCIATION \i: .:.,;." we did our best to from Venice friends this .1 n MU.
:\AflO'\\L f ; :-TRIAL ASSOCIATION that Venice H the Tomorrow we'll completeour
--- -- :; : ;f : :em summer. C..11',

Fn I ..rt a. second-cas: ,tier June 6. l 4o. at the Post .flog.Merida : --(;II rae: in all Florida, as we la 1'el't corn planting. I" ,a.m, 1% to

\ ....; under the 4t of March: 3, U'I. ,_ :-:', t .,:.',::.d town and over toVd making a total of 50 acres ofsweet 'II..j" .m I In St(I '

:-a:f and Treasure I land. coin and have already ,:." I. I
$2.59 mcntht SI S0 tkr .
c J ,1." One sear. : ass ; iI, I ,
,,.d adsertising; ; rt: 2 unto r" ...d. fist CC .' '. : .:, -. for the enduing twond planted all the field coin over 1")01 '. '!..

1 .ord c- each additional! word.itLl1vS :-ti..; ... ..'. \ \\e honestly b(', 200 an I I'e, of It All farm work Is

--' Ed ll.ru"I: .-;; tit '''d both of them on way behind hcdule. due to the OSPRE\ 1 r '.HLETT'iS
i ; .1 Rev. J. \\
vas Office %!aaater \',:. r > present advantages and very wet spring and summer I I II' .
t. MO.IIo.; .
.::' ,: ;' put had as high as six tractors running lE" h'L ,

-- B:.: you know what After they at one time to try to get the Orra' ,

t .:..... ,t J: 't suddenly occurred to crop out Give my best regardsto nST., M \RIo.
'I all. Din loins me in wishing hi

list- of ,'' Riviera Si
.' t B' Rt ..u L KAY you the best cventnlng rhlll" h 11..

Y ,.j ::d drptetulg! Its progress in the --0I' naJ

: --' fi.: frt% months: for them, dun Mi Dorothy Fiildsinicc : n m. '.
:>" 1,1 pLmall.', c! 194a :: e >:U; A !o::, ',\ :. i :' see Indtit done an even postmaster is a veiy logical woman I 11 .m V"

i t. Coo. IJ't make a busiii o! bkuzt&j in ilinng '<- ,,::- n:; : ,,:ClI'1,10b; of sdling What we mean is well, CHURl aVe

; .I to swarm and folk who like (.>-.,r '.'\::,. i all over again to ouisdf1! I I I0 we Tot down to the beach Just "

': :: p"t\I- and working out dope .he*\t. -- i after th lI"emen's obstacle race lvv. t .
j, I I" no. '
. ,:: .. l 10 0nAttornes I O ): a nice note from LlUabtthD had beta inn Fouith of July af- II ..... I'd"

.1...' t I Down Miami way they at : ,..,,- <-;M. this wee*. Dollt think I I.he'd :. in.;?:: ". :! v" n?" we a. ked Thu.: d.,. ", I II
; 1 :: t fool .. "rro. Fields HDII.H self ,: ::
( : I ins about George tn.\tl'otU F mInd your peeking over our Marjorie ,
: \ I \h,' itida I Utl4.'alI h.te hope of Florida .' :uldt'l": Washington: Court AdorJan. "but he cheated me out I(I ,101,,' .

" or !I01 Gold Coa-t, They point to h:- Hcu-t Ohio. Dear Friends: Just of the. vktoivou don't mean VENICE A

:::. C ::.d out on wimnn. p" i .onai-t)'. :u.' ability : e"':ned from atttnding the it1'" we \clainifd "I sure do. Cull Th-al \ wIle

'I. .::cL7"id and a. a canipat.rer and contend Gene! Federation of Wormns insisted 1.lrJollt.'Ith a wide ,

I'\.. /'J t Fuller Warren that it South Floridaaere to get 'C.b. convention held in New grin "\ougoaskher," So we did. I I III. b

t d) i nm ::is: He bchu h.;n sdl he would Will York N, \'. Mrs BobNewlnllof Ncnsmsi !' retorted Mis Fields I I II ---
1 P""H'I' in in a walk! But unfortunately Sarasota and I were tic only admit: I did cub: Ma'.Joiies ;

6'' -- 01' wait it a south FJ -rida. or asp' other ec. oneI know (If attending from ankle Just bt'fweIe reached the |

I f .\. .JW. a .10: of folk Lion for that matter can seldombe Sarasota Count Did you hear finish! I In and hauled: her backso :I!
) i :1 I ::t made it he i out, t-d upon to go wildly for I me the days I wa on the air on I could po ahead and win but !

"d .,',,d Holland arv ': .:d_da: Had they done so :he Quit show 'V. mm'i' Take All? I tint \la-n't cheating ".%;a?" I l To TheKDl'IVK

, t i n1 Wairaie I I for Ei rest Graham he mit it b, I gate \tnlce both da>'s, some we queried, onubtfalh No." said

;l : I ... n Twitwill Mli Gave: = toda>'. Some folks would; rand advertising from coast to Niel. Folds fun lv'. "It was an

!M .. : '.'' i::. welkinud rather hale revenge than a go: coast I fed quite proud. I even obstacle I'arroI'a.n't It? And Mar-

j I that other u nor and vote that *'aI >'. : cot seine fan mail Spent one day jorie was th' biggest obstacle In
ys ,,\ \ n'difficult I Fo.cier House Speaker child ,, ;n Washington D. C.. and left tie path of my winning wasnt V ,ii

is 1.1" I', '< > eard. I H. Simpson of Momicello is bein my card at Congressman Knut- she?" We had to agree she Editor

l "t f a-: and loyal strongly! urged to run. If lie sens office Your excellent news- wa ilclnf, *. sir Mrs Fields Is Venice Gondoh

: doe McCaitx wont They art I ;,apt>r'a< the list thing I ob a very 101'Icailoman: Dear Mi, Willis:

I'd I .'CCI. ::." .HII1 of it cl111er.ds and tH Is urdeixojd '. I ._ I would Ink cit

:, .. .ontuli<:d I)',' union! It lock at this writing with ,
lake a lot out of him But he Is Rotary du les to consider a ment on the :n:
'. :.a. f. can be dep(.nd.ti upon toi iftat Simpson! : will hold off and
I rugged and has a way of cOining gubernatorial lace at this time. spirit of the pc s
I I ', :" 'Vi'>on bitterly ; Bat the poi lbY: run for Commissioner of
back. a. his political opponentswell I\e also heard the name of Sounding corns it
i -d '; .tttn\tH
u r full 1: against Ajrcultuie should Nathan ra"oCor -
I Sarasota dJu'y
m ]last tan to no avail and the any reason choose not to run.Stmpcr Know If he were to enter the Representative J. B. Odham mentioned -
I I 4th celeoi,
'VV 't race he would stir lot of times
i :n figures 111' can dl.,1111 is eminently qualifiedfor up a
t ';iis ,opposition" .a\ld. still the post of agricultural commissioner feeling on the subject of White timers may view mint as a political The rains seem rft tti

.. He Is a. successful Supremacv in which he Is a firm I upstart and Johnnie-come.latelj more dctermin ; aj v
L : he made tremendous celebratel'lth They
a impres-
.lll'n" (.; tatest l hardlcap isi jl nurseryman and long years in bellcer easily have 'helrt
Ion lot of gout nand o
on ordinary. run-of-
''e i hart Uiai folks are not in-I the legislature give him, a thor Another Jacksonville man Is dilven howl -l' in
the mil
cltll.'m.'ho admire his
ntd to t::ki him seilou j 15. They ough knowledge of state affairs i frequently mentioned although they sat through n courage and foithrlshtness n'enpI'rr
"'c to hl'l&.m' talk but they are Two State Senators with long' those close to him insist that he and remained irclxn

11 h:.xl tu \ .t w him 'aA 'a"'e6me.a I and able records of legislative! I is not interested and would not met he has the man but am Informed ins of Miss Tarp to 'i 191", ito

i ..' .:rid a 1 hew man to be cheer- service would like to enter the' consider! the race I refer to Ken a vote'setting per- view cspiaf
sonality that cannot be our etc.- :
,I 'od app]..rule d but nor toted racd One. Senator Walter \\'. I Guemsev president of the Gulf discounted
r in tplti' of this handIcap, I Rose of Orlando. former president j Life Insurance Company and recently ."While "politicians look on him regret. that Ui ram U

. h'(rwcxerarreti : rra< a strong of the Senate He is able I elected president of Ro- as poison the man on the streetdoesnt tod!
ed to have
i us no per
a lot of folks think
and loyal following that will back and aggressive Some contend tary International. Ken Is close, to them toothy I
>ijn all the) way gnat he is too aloof that he can't 1 the Caldwell administration. He Florida would be well served with nor carm\

It is a safe bet that Watson get down to the common man Is "a member of the State Road I that kind of a man In the Governor their pleasure. h four
I chair May I also thrc ::
p \d Warrrn wll! not be the only but observers who have watched Board, headed the Governors s umns give my p 'r, mal t tto
contenders. Others you hear men- Rose for the Committee Education --
past (ew years don't on and hasa 'ationsn
to the
I orgar:
.- Z cried: with ever Increasing fre- agiec The Senator Is a lot better long and active record of civic STARTS\ACATIO\ Individuals who helped tinu

n! fluency ire Dan McCarty of Fort mixer than he used to be and and political leadership. Those Chief of Police Gerry Pestotnik our program and later add

#: Rejce, former Speaker of the would run a much better cam- interested In seeing him enter the yesterday began p two weeks vacation cleaning up after the event!

Hcnse. His ret'Old: Js good. He is paign in 1948 than he might race think he would commandthe Officer Herb Hanchey will It has been a pleasure to to

g a vHeran and commands the retptct have run a few years back. solid support and backing of work the day shift and will be In the chairmanship of tie: Sim"
of solid-thinking citizens The other Senator Is John E. civic clubs and
groups throughout charge of the police department Recreation Program and I W
He would undoubtedly have the Matthews of Jacksonville. Fiery the stat They
say he is during Pestotnik absence. V. F having to leave It to attend oft
full blessing of the Caldwell administration end aggressive John would make a forceful and aggressive speaker "Moon" Mullins till'
former city fire duties. I trust everyone
which would probably his presence In the race felt. His a sound thinker and would man, has been named a temporary list the new chairman. Bash
; prove a handicap rather health would a handicap make 'an
prove admirable governor My 0
officer to work the night Bowen, as well as they have
r than an ad\ enlace. | and a strenuous campaign would is '
guess Guernsey is too busy shift, Jack Wilkta\


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July 11. 1947 VENICE 9ONDOLIER Pace FIB- tr: i


1 HAVE TOTAL' FENCING LAWS 'm''' Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wredr. Jr,

:'rJ'r ;' ,, : (b ,: : ', tills week returned to Notxnuu

I Passage by the 1947 legislature of 15 local laws relating to live t i ';' ""'i< ,.: t './ ,,l'. t. :". from Avon Park, Tom. farmer

, fencing marks the continuing advancement .of Florida cattle ,l-l.' ; '" commander of the local American -
k try the research and industrial: division of the Florida State ": ; .} :,1 ', Legion post reported lie and

...; Of commerce states In Its. weekly business review, f his brother Charles. had sold
evidence of the -- It: establishment
d. Bother single r their Avon Park cleaning

rovement In Florida's live- counties Since that time the I F 6 Charles and his wife

industry is as symbolic ofcress spread of local fencing laws has are now residing In Lakeland

as the changing attitude been gradual and encouraging where he will re.enter Florid

evidenced In the In- Southern College
fencing, Including four laws passed

,,a in local fencing laws. Reed this year and effective almost
terms, It Is
i to its simplest Immediately the tally stands at

t profitable toy fenceomicelly 17 totally fenced counties 1 Steward CLASSIFIEDADS

for the values of Improved Charlotte, Collier, Dade, De

,lock and pastures warrant Soto, Duval, Hardee, Highlands '

expenv In years past how- Hlllsborough Manatee, Martin, (2c a word first 20 nerds, le eackaddlonal

r, this was not the case Orange, Pasco, Plnellas, Polk. word. Minimum chI co.
*&c' 'It with Ad S rotes I
I stockmen have today approxl- Seminole Vol usia) and 18 with for Inol. than !has insertion .1 theft
their cattle *.ne ad. Ad" will be accepted ever
tely 80 per cent of laws which cover part: of coun- tie telephone (3111) up 10 5 ..-.
fence far In ado Tlllrd"y, with t.j undmtuitfu ,
mil) under ties Bay, Brevaid Escambla, .
adv "itiwr w II remit paywot
of legal requirements yet Jefferson, Flagler, Glades, Hen- promptly) 5

ilteiy short of desired condI- dry, Jackson Lake Lee Leon. :Annual wildfires are the enemy of our woods! Left foreground: ,

lS, Marlon, Nassau Okeechobee I I there arc rive surviving trees on a quarter acre plot which has been ton SALE

, The first county-wide fencing Palm Beach, Putnam Saint Lu- I burned annually since 1929. On the right are over 200 trees on a II -

,, tlll in effect, were passed cle, Sarasota), The remaining 321 quarter acre plot. Keeping fire out of your woodlands pays big: F..II""I 1",1\1 \1",Y\lOUTH..,III."... New enrrtbte II..... Hoop Hope.two

19:5 for Polk and Volusia I counties are 'open range: du Mends. I ..a,muy. .rasnn IIN"h.fur Phone nelhna.IIBI J. W. Ittwlow.is .

..U..444..4' .. I "Assuming that referenda required r
by the majority of the tears) title competing against --- -
Swim Class
Business $ laws passed this year will be favorable I MalY Jane Glass Joyce Higd with IIF I'7'IC Modern TAN IuMinnn and ('wtmpmrl._, '..I elevmee ReaMmnhle

AND t the count by January 1, Barbara Keys, Ann Frances ratee. ('..u..11 slid Alli-n !...._
(Continued from page ont) 471.
1949 will be 21 totally fenced Franklin, Marjorie Adorjan Shir- _. .
ProfessionalDirectory J ed to have completed the course. DRIVEWAYS rUT IN. Mock, till i.... -
counties add Buckalew
Gadsden. Leon ley McCracken, June .
Those who have already signed ('"n.rrl.. work of all I.net wtA
j Saint Johns, Sumter) : 17 counties Shirley Bowden and Kay Sjo mi.tr. Louis| A,I"rjan. Phone S4U t-
for the free classes
up swimming
blom. She received $10 cash
29 a
partially fenced leaving
arrs srrrt4m. Include: REAL EfcTATC OK J
tt" on the 'open range' list," prize donated by Gibbs, .

Nancy Dye, Joan Dye, Ann 'Miss: Minnow"
--0lhprlnl.d ---
ROOFINGRoof ( from Punta lards Herald I Franklin, Marjorie Adorjan Pat- Carol Lee Tate of Englewood. Acreage ,;

Work of All Kinds I Frizzell in Hospital at ty Adorjan, Barbara Adorjan five.year.old daughter of Mr. and

ALliS P, JONES Margaret Dixon, Nancy Dixon Mrs J. D. Tate, captured the VENICE FARMS {
Ft. Myers After WreckA Hazel Dixon.
Phone 2981 I I Miss Minnow title and a $5

C. Frizzell Muidock cattleman Martha Ann Roebuck Mary Gibbs award. She won out over J025.00 to $50.00:
Lou Hubbard Laura Lee Hub- !1
Linda Macatee, Margaret
FOR QUICK RELIABLE was admitted Tuesday night
SERVICE. CALL to a Fort Myers hospital after bard, Phyllis Hider, Lonny Brilc>. jHigel. Muriel Ritchie, Rachel An Acre ,

VeniceFlambing sustaining a fractured jaw and Jinx Brlley Caroline Cauthen I Higel, Patty Adorjan, Barbara
Betty Harriman Mary Earl Linda Adorjan Carolyn McCracken FEE SIMPLE DEED .
other Injuries described as serious I
Shop when his car overturned and I Bowen: Linda Bowen, Jerry Glass. Patsy '. j'
Stephen Dye Leland Koopler Hunter and Jacqueline Wilkinson. Purchaser to pay for abstract
Phone 2153
,14, Venice was demolished on the Tamiami
Rex Docsther, Bill Wimblsh John --
trail near Murdock.
Wimbish, Milton Mikesell, Jonn I| Judges for all three contests !
The accident was reported to II.Vimmers
BACKAGAIHyour I Haines Douglas Bowen Phillip were George T. Devi n of Nokomis .
have occurred as Frizzell, driving I ,
Hider and S. d Bean and R. G. REALTOR
eldfavorite home from Punta Goida at about Fourth A Success
Haines of Venice. FLORIDA 1.J ,
I 8:30 in the evening attempted to Despite rain squalls that sweptIn VENICE i
Results of the various contest ,
avoid hitting some of his own suddenly to disrupt the after
held at the beach during the day, -'
cattle on the highway The cattle noon program the Fourth of July LEGAL Ni I : ITS
with General Chairman Jack __ "
OHNRUSKIN were on the highway; In violationof celebration staged In Venice last
, Wilkinson and his assistant B 1
the county's fencing lawEDITORS Friday was rated a success, with M);tlf: 11'111" 1'In". I
E. Bowen, In charge were an- NAME I,AWin
--0- several hundred persons of all I '
Mrs. Marjorie Ador- WHIM IT MAY (
nounced by .
that the n the beach after "t r. In hereby given
drawn to
( NOTE: Sllb p- ages .
.. .. "riettkus Name
Jan as follows: I""r''' nt the
dark witness houi.long fireworks N 117 (:h >t r
quently It"as reported :Mr to an 8' t?t '. House Pill i J ai 1,1' ,
I BICYCLE RACES N... t"KM. law if Florida.. IMI well ,
Best and Biggest Frizxrlls Injuries were not as display. BOYS Won by Roland Keys: ,...I.t..r with he Clerk ..f the Guru 4
serious a-s was believed! at first Cars were Jam-packed on both Cort. In and for nr"ra .ta Connie.: KlM- 't,
GIRLS: Barbara Keys I idn: risen re'r I pt pond othe Public- .
CIGAR2for15e and that his Jaw had not been sides of The Esplanade In the vicinity I "IOn ..f h., n tire. tie fietitumo namit -. "
TIIREE.LEGGED RACE I'a.k and Ta_,. h
of the Casino and on Ven- w"I : Tare? Troller x .
fracturfd This week he was Inlliire Inunena.We
reported grratlv Improved") ce and Granada avenues for almost Won by Milton Mikesell.Lawrence under expert which In w e are.,...reunited i. baseness. al ....
a FarawU .
Jones. erne the \ ( cf 1..1.
a block back from the beach
-- Plnrda. !
it rear 11..1. id cut ofjobs Delayed for nearly an hour by MIL DRIVING I"Th the parties interested in said
The site of the Lake Griffin W. OH .
aulkili r, milt 10 State Park lies north of Lees- I the drenching! rain, the triple- BOYS: David Harriman; h-Ines"".Mnrl enl and" iri"','e- Riot ar I. Hnbhard. i"h ....
L lll! wa MIL co. DARK l L WOMEN. r Interwt Charles W. Funk at J w.fer .
header bathing beauty contest GIRLS: Kay Sjoblom: . ,,,.n"lH
burg. .I.I .r.n.i t:. <" .h.lr ll
I finally was moved from the beach Mrs H S. Bowden; MEN: Alvin ... Sarwta t
.r'l"l. 47.
to the El Patio Hotel arcade. Jones June. .", 27. July 4, II. 1117

Peggy Bradford Ven.ce-Noko- BOYS: Leland Kooglcr H-10 .

mls High School gill won the years i ; Milton Mikesell 10.15

I- 'Miss Tarpon of 1947" title turn >years I : GIRLS: Patty Adorjan: I orI

9 PERFECT I -1x other conte tants In the 15 WOMEN: Mis Dorothy FieldsMEN ;

and over age class She receiveda : Louis AdorJan.

$15 cash prize donated by RUNNING BROAD JUMP:

George Gibbs of the Tarpon Center BOYS: Milton Mkesell 118:

WOMANHOOD ? I Ig at Venice Inlet GIRLS: Mimi Adorjan, 97'j:
for the honor ,
Others com eting WOMEN: M ILld 1 Dandrldge

and drawing much applause 10'5 1-4": MEN: Steve Adam

'1 g;7'alm' medical authorities, who ought to ID they promenaded through; the 165V.
Ita Nature has so constructed and ph at- arcade were: Laura Hubbard, Others who competed in the /
tally I.
endowed woman that In many cases she s R-aclnR Irene London,
Ipt to.Mfler certain distressing symptoms Bittv broad jumping contests were:

during her life For Instance when she enters Bernie Potaby Dorothy Davis, BOYS: D. Edge, S, Phillips, L NeedLeUerhfads
.o.Tanhood-or during the the
.Period when fertility ebbs away.menopause and Betty Evans. Koogler, T, Hubbard, B. Steven

Now If on ccrtaln days' of the month-fe. 'Miss Pompano J. Higgins, D. Benson, R .Ball. P
Wale functional monthly disturbances are Sala Jean Curtis of Sarasotawon and B. ?
h;der. L. Jones, B. Finn,
norer: :OCJ.o: cranky pain,, you nervous snap distress a t the Miss Pompano" <9-14 Ringo.

I'ur Pifakham's children and husband-then do try Lydia GIRLS: Patty Adoijan Bobby I Enve'opes?
; Vegetable Compound to relieve 1
such symptoms It's /amoia for UU purpose.; e i Adoijan Mary Lou Hubbard Bus'nsss! Cards?

Mode ESPECIALLY For Girls and Women Patsy Hunter Jacqueline Wilkliison .

1nkham'a 1 Joan Croak, Janette Call-
Compound DOn KaRl: than relieve NOW'ou
h monthly Pain. It ALSO relieves accom- cmen Ann Callanei, Barbara \ Can Have Your
nervous tension irritability and weak Keys.
Taiteung feelinga-when due ause. PRINTING: WORK
Ruth Kuykendall
month I :
cre.t.n thruout the -this Dune Right In Venice
44114 medicine help baUd up resistance Phyllis] Curry, H. Hider, C. Benson -

11011IIII should Adotpma any sensible Marjorie Adorjan.
Want to 1
LYdia MEN: R. HI Wester H. P. Kuy- VeniceGondolier
top relieve very Why endure the torture of Itching
:=! hot Compoundthose funny61Wheen burning skin, tormenting rashes antother kendall, A. Davis, D. FInn, LouisAdorjan.
feeungs dwlni external akin Irritation when I
le'middlo ago allover the U.S A. are .
to grateful users
JIerIOCI Peculiar\ fS! 3 telling relief from Moone's Assisting Wilkinson In stagingthe
: J'ltle..ed!
1 :
PInkham' .0 I 313 W VenlcAvc,
Compound worth trying raVEGETABLE Get a small bottle from JOUr druggist I spectacular:evening fireworks
Use as directed for lust 10 days.monoy Phone 3131
-/.J..'_ _, Mar back if so completely I display were V, F "Moon" Mul-
COMPOUND satisSed. Ask for lioone Emerald i Oil I lins and Walter Surls



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61' : VENICE GONDOLIER Friday July l 11, 1 J


(Continued from page one) Declares Colonel Richmond It's Up ( from page one) ALL-STAR CONTEST, l 13

J they do co they will undoubt- To People to DecideThe numerous to mention here we After taking a 3-X lead American League All-stars
exemption from real as citizens of Venice are very *
edl clam
) pieces in the fourth Inning of their Fourth of July bemkit cj
estate taxes under the constitution Sarasota Herald-Tri
Is generally agreed that the with theByron National Leaguers at Payne Park In Sarasota
of the State of Florida. Con bune last night Quoted ColonelC. an lit

"tfluf'nlly. It Is entirely proper for B Richmond as declaring school should pay for some of the runs come across the plate, eventually losing the contest. 13 I?, I

your City Council to exercise such from Lyndon. Ky., that "it is city services It gets, but a fee of Jones, regular Venice ,

ptttrs cf taxation as It properly for the people of Venice as a $10 to $15 per student Is exorbl hurler was on the mound for the

lit In order to raise sufficient whole and the Chamber of tant. For that matter, the good American Leaguers when the 7 In

funds, to carry on municipal func- Commerce In particular to de- such an Institution does for the disaster struck and was officially 10

l-tns and services. cide whether or not Kentucky entire city more than offsets any charged with the loss. However, NiK Dpi

A tax structure top-heavy with Military Institute is an asset "tax rebate" we might give It. three errors by his team-mates

exemptions becomes a burden to to their community I believe It all bolls down to: as well as the three walks and S

the community as a whole and it The action of the Venice 'Are we going to jeopardize the four hits he yielded were respon- !

mould mm that Individuals or city council Is an apparent effort good will of the school by Impos- sible for the bit Inning
institutions enjoying the benefits the and discriminatory I
to circumvent constitution Ing such An excessive Jim Oakley of Venice, short
of exemption from real estate of the State of Florida. tax? Will It be a det-
f I stop, got one hit In three timesat
U"alicn should be glad to pay The constitution exempts all riment or a help to the entire :
I bat. Cllston Taylor, local third NT1 k
, there, taxes that they are legally I II schools from taxation. This community to take such action?
sacker went hitless In two tries.
,,I ) Dili- for. I exemption was a chief talking And. speaking plainly have we Buck WhIUker Venice catcher, 590P100t5Cra
Jo the present case the point to bring our school to reached the point In our civic
t Council have only done got a single In two trips to the weer SKIM
rol'-Cty: | .
Florida growth where we CAN be independent
J w'mt they are legally obligated to : However, I do not care to of KMI? plate. Grady Taylor of Venice
rio. If any group of business men ] managed the American League
become engaged In sort orontro'ersy
any_ Finally summing It up, we I
roil I hat:1e: of a school' squad .
presence ---0- -
: with the council of hue two major objwtions: III !
.' fc ; rrfltable and so Important Still leading the league the FISHING SIPPLIES
i Venice. It Is a question fdr the We question the legality of the
tv them (hat it should be grant :, Venice softballers will tangle with MARINE EQIIPMEM
people to
council action and contend. I If
to a exemption that the City the rapidly Improving Amvets HARDWARE
It Is proven legal that the In-
j. Council cannot legally accord. squad at '7:30: tonight at Payne PAINTS IAAMELS
crease In the fee Is excessive:
'Jim the simplest and to my Park.
K.M.I. 121 We contend the council could
iind the only 'A aIn whoa It Plastic Age
have and should have approached
an te properly done. would be The State Put
, for that noun of business men to Continued from page one) this question in a friendly establish plansto Boat & Equipment Co.
eventually a state
; ferment amount to about: : $4,250 way and not In such manner as Phone
nabs those 2753
kitty' to
In m" a pay park within 50 miles of
tarn a year. If KMI paid a tax on Its to make it appear that Venice asa ident of the State. every res- On The Trail Xokollb

11 5236.000 assessed valuation prop- whole does not appreciate KMI. -

erty It would pay about $6.000 a I In addition to Pappas, others

TERRY year according to the council. who spoke up at last Monday FOR SALEI

.I BEAUTY SHOP Some of the merchants who night's meeting against imposi-

most directly and considerably tion of the higher license fee Included am wrecking several Government Surplus

( 1'' Kirkelejr Bldg. Nokomis benefit from KMI patronage, and H. S. Bowden, Venice Building at the base and have sheathing
tF Phone 2875 who frankly fear Colonel Richmond Food Shop; Carl Obendorf Venetian ,
framing windows and doors
may Install his own com Cleaners, Louis SXiter Hotel rubber roofing,

m I sarles. etc., and thus deprive Venezia, Frank Roebuck sales- and other salvage material for ale in small
them of the business they have manager Venice Land Co., and quantities.
VeniceRADIO ;
been getting called a special Floyd Joyner, J & J Aircraft.

1110 SERVICE meeting at the Chamber of Com- Incl: P. L.
.ENI'I"'B PARTS merce office last Tuesday night.

Critical Venice Air
, Army Base
At that meeting, it apparentlywas TARPON TOURNEYDespite _
agreed that KMI should pay
In an occupational license fee of rough water and

marl than $5 a year. But at least stormy weather In the Gulf,

half of those present at the meet- tarpon were still being brought PUBLIC NOTICE

tl ,.. Ing were critical of the council's hi this week at both Venice -
FIKR ESTIMATES action In jumping the fee from and Sarasota by anglers hopeful
PHONE 1171 To All
Citizens of
XI W. Vnin A.t. Venice $5 a year to $4,250 annually for of winning a prize In the Venice:

I two principal reasons: current International Tarpon

i 1. The sudden 'undiplomatic" Tournament. However, none In order to participate In the coming Special Bee-

way In which it was done and of the catches were large tratlon 0"-11 II necessary to be Registered In the City Re U-
enough to threaten the hold Boot
2. Their belief that not only Otto Schedler .f Milwaukeehas To register It Is necessary to have been a residentof
I the businessmen affected, but the State of Florida for 12 months and of the City of
on first place and the Venice
Venice as a whole, would benefitfar for three months.
1947 automobile put up as
more to get if it additional forgot about revenue tryIng capital prize with his 141W Notice is hereby given that the City Registration

pound silver king, taken In the
Book will be dosed
jAI from KMI rather than risk antagonizing -
early days of the tourney
the school and appear
ing ungrateful for what It has FRIDAY, JULY 25, AJX 1947,

done for the town In the past
to remain Closed until after the SPECIAL
and can do In the future
spokesmen for both factions because ELECTION
Bach Up Council to be held
I I It believes this problem
On the other hand half of
those at the meeting backed up like all major civic problems MONDAY, AUGUST 4, A.D. 1947

I the councils action, insisting it Is should be threshed out in the

not fair to the other taxpayers open fairly squarely and hon- Helga Roess-Siede

t I Knowledge+ of Phamaciisui / of the city to permit KMI to estly so that an Informed citizenry City Clerk
escape Its fair share of the bur
i"; in mtiTiuII den of maintaining our munici- can make Its own decl. City tl Venice, Florid
sions. That Is true
run democracy.
flttCIIPTIMOM pal government -

1 They pointed out that KMI has
tunwd pkonwKtoi with colbf enjoyed a virtually tax-free life

toWolNW end I*., ......iMce here for 13 years and argue "the
honeymoon Is over" that it Is All Metal KITCHEN STOOL
b stair BrtlMMM
are ptnolnW toM more than time the school assumeIts 0

swwiplwii I* Our PH f mocy.OK Just responsibilities

lot mmiotniiM b to bifid Nest Tuesday Night Wide variety of sizes, styles and
The new ordinance is slated to
Veer pkrrkioe's .@I," come up for second and possibly color combinations in stock. .

third and final, reading at next

The Rexall Store Tuesday night's meeting of the o.
city council.
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