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 18, 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: UF00079934:00075
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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FRIDAY, JULY 18, 1947
1 PRICE- -__ _FIVE_ rF.'In'__.n __

ew School LEAGUE-LEADING City Council

VENICE NINE Adopts 'KMI Tax'Ordinance j

udget PLAYS TONIGHT By 2 to 1 Vote

Still leading the American j

758,102 League in county softball play, Despite
despite a 16-10 loss last Friday Protests
night to the
A public hearing will be held on up-and-coming
largest school budget In the Amvets nine, the City of VenIce $By a vote of two to one the Venice
f team tonight at Payne Palk the city council last Tuesday! night: | :adopted! I
ajyi history calling for ex- controversial) new
| In Sarasota occupational licensing ordinance which
will of
f meet the last- requires* payment
lures totaling $758.102. an S III each for (the first
place George Buz squad In the {students of a private hoarding school operating within the
Jcreaw of 1226472 over last iil land! Sri for
' second game of the evening, each Mtident over So.
|ar< budget in the Sarasota
Jrt house next Friday at 10 Next Wednesday, at 7:30: Councilmen Finn W. Caspersen and George Hlpci voted In
P m., the local softballers will I Favorable Vote favor of the new ordinance with Di T. S. Thompson voting against f

A |Zit budget submitted by VerIsi meet the second place City of It. Councilman Smyth Brohard Is out of town on vacation trip

Kimbrough, county superin Sarasota outfit. On Sewer System One of the most widelydebated -

Lent of public instruction was STANDINGS l Issues in the cltys history the

fin tentative approval by the W L. Pct. Urged By Mayor PEGGY COLGATEHIT measure attracted an overflow

.1:1:1: : school] board at a special Venice 7 2 .778 BY AUTO crowd of more than: 50 to the

eng>:: last week. at which time Sarasota 6 4 .600 "Venice stands at the cross. council chambers.

t board also approved a levy of Amvets 45 .444 roads -- It Is up to the citizens Nokomis residents joined An hour-long discussion largely -

| oil: with a o-mlli levy for Land O Sun 4 6 .400 themselves to decide at the August this week In urging stricter enforcement made up of protests from local r

b: ten'Ice. The state law sets a Betz 26 ,225'' 4 special election whetherour of the 25-mile speed businessmen who contended the

it of 10 mills on the amount community goes ahead or limit on the Trail passing ordinance would impose all excessive (

it 1 can be levied for operating lands still" through the community following and discriminatory tax

d maintenance expenses. Lions to Meet Mayor Clyde V. Higel voiced an accident last weekend against the Kentucky Military Institute

|the: 10-mill levy, an Increase of this comment yesterday In urg. in which Peggy Colgate, preceded final passage of
I mill does not Include levies Hereafter On ing that every eligible man or nine-year-old daughter of Mr. the new' oidinance

r bonded debt for buildings. woman who has not yet register. and Mrs. Sam B. Colgate of Heads Opposition

TSuill be the same as last Thursday NightsA cd at the city hall do so before the Nokomis Lodge. was struck Louis J, Pappas of The Rexall

far, ranging from 134 to 4 mills the July 25 deadline, so that they down by a speeding car as she Store was the principal speaker "'

ceding to the district. change In time for the weekly can cast a ballot at the August attempted to cross the highway for the unsuccessful opposition. J

\t School for Venice meetings of the Venice Lions 4 election. between the post office He presented a petition opposing ;

|to specific provision Is made In Club was decided upon yesterdayby He pointed out that any citizen and the Lodge. the ordinance and said its "60 to

''Continued on page four) the board of governors, with of the United States who has Although suffering painful 75" signatures had been obtained R.

the club to meet hereafter on, lived in Florida for one year and cuts bruises and abrasions. that afternoon in an effort to

'ork Under Wayn Thursday nights Instead of Tuesdays in Venice for three months can Peggy was not seriously injured show that a majority of Venice .t
it The accident citizens were opposed to .J5
was announced by Phillips register was reportedto passage

) Two Houses H Mallory president No Opposition the Sheriffs Office, but no of the ordinance.

In view of the fact that the "I have heard of no organized charge was placed against the This point, too was made by

fear The Beach main dining room of the Tarpon opposition to either of the two Miami-bound motorist whosecar H. S. Bowden local grocer and
struck the girl. president of the Venice-Nokomis
Center Restaurant Is being closed proposals that will appear on the
harking rental the first construction temporarily for alterations, location ballot," the mayor said "and I Chamber of Commerce, who declared

units Immediately ad- of next Thursday nights join with those who confidently :
:tor the beach In Venice south meeting is still uncertain, but anticipate a favorable vote, both Gulf TheatreTo "There's no question about It-- .p

p oak Tarpon Center two concrete members will be notified prior to for Issuance of $275000 worth of the people dont want this ordinance

four-room houses are now that time by Secretary Louis 3 revenue certificates to finance Reopen on passed. And what the people

't built by CljdeV. Hlgel. to- Pappas Mallory said construction of a sewer system August ]15 want, the council should do."
contractor at the
Esplanade corner of Last Tuesday's meeting was and disposal plant and to refund Councilman Caspersen however '.
fe and the new road $312.000 bond retorted that he would not
Venice Inlet Jetties "Charter Night with the club the cltys present Redecorated throughout, and
[Hfel said the receiving in charter from Earl ed Indebtedness, to obtain more with many Improvements Includ- concede a majority of Venice citizens '
two houses, to Middleton of Fort Lauderdale, (Continued on page five) were against the ordinance
F ready for ing new sound equipment and
occupancy by fall and charged opposition to the
f.n be the first of Lions district goxernor Officers I screen, the Quit Theatre will reopen I
F-:a he plans to build several rental were formally installed with E. Registration Books Friday, August 15, It was I measure was being spearheaded"by
near the
businessmen who fear retaliation -
a:h, In B, "Sunshine" Brant of St. Petersburg announced yesterday by Mr. and
[7 repeated response to Increasing past president of Lions Open August 1 Mrs. Victor Retty. by Colonel Richmond"' and
requests from both not because they believe KM
: International, acting as the Installing I
r" and summer Closed for the past two months
visitors for should not bear a greater portion
area near the bPa..h" officer.Nuisance. In Local PrecinctsW the theatre was not scheduled to
of the financial burden of carry- 4
G'Orre ft .. ,. ., .. _
Hlgel- his brother '''''y. um. "' ''1'''''''''''' '. &lU' III
also ing on city affairs.
ass to start work soon on twoZeHfn of Dead T Dixon Sarasota County response to popular demand workIs Visitor Speaks
: ? block
| houses Hurl E Pace of Orlando an
P beach. They Fish on Beaches announced that registrationbooks the theatre open by mid-August
will be five- ex-president of the Florida State
homes, with' for all five county commissioner In addition to the new sound
two bedrooms, Tax Assessors Association andPappas'
d will be located on Laguna Appears Near EndThe districts will be open in equipment and screen the latter father-in-law, also spoke
\e Just east of the each precinct for one month now measuring 15 by 20 feet.
old road to against the ordinance although
Mee: Inlet. odlferous Influx of dead starting August I, On September as compared to the former 12x16
he pointed out that he was only
--- fish on beaches from Sarasota 1 all books will be returned to his screen the Rettys have Installed
"a visiting fisherman' and was
LOW BIDDER south to below Englewood appeared office in the county court house special acoustic blocks on the
i IContinued on two)
L The. Langston Construction Co. to be nearing an end last Locations and deputy registrars walls and ceilings, Improving audience page

Orlando, bidding $83,421 this night, after plaguing residents all 'for precincts In this area are: hearing considerably,
Itk was reported by the State along the coast for the past few DISTRICT NO 3, W, L. Wood New seats also have been installed Coming Events I

d Department at Tallahassee days. ard. county commissioner Pre- Increasing the Gulf Thea- '

.lave submitted the lowest bid After an aerial survey jester cinct No 6, Osprey Mercantile tre's seating capacity to 500, Friday July 18

1.surfacing 17 miles of Roads day, Dr. W. L. Wright county Co., L. H. Thames: Precinct No. 'Crjlnf Room' 7:30pm", softball game, Venice
775 and /76 between Engle. health officer, reported there 7, Nokomis Post Office. Edward Plans for construction: of a balcony vs George Betz, Payne Park, Sarasota
oed, 1:1: Jobean and MUrdock, In seemed to be fewer dead fish cast Courtoy; Precinct No.8.. Venice. had to be cancelled for this Second game.)

arlSOla and Charlotte counties. up on the shore or floating in Nokomis Chamber of Commerce, summer, but another improvement Monday July 21

the water and that the nuisanceIs Harry A. Beach.DISTRICT a special "crying room" 9 a.m., free swimming da's,
WeatheRtlPElA1'l1It definitely abating. He said the NO.4. P. E Buch- i where mothers may take their Pines Hotel pool.

situation is "unpleasant, but nota an. county commIssioner Pre babies and still view the picture I 8 pm.. new Lemon Bay American

'- health hazard at this time." cinct No.9. Englewood, Oscar E. is now under construction ands Legion post meeting, Com-

id *; RAINFALL County Commissioner W. L Anderson expected to prove popular with munity Hall, Englewood.

r I sously H'.h' Low IaChH Woodard of Laurel put a bull- both mothers and other patrons Tuesday, July 22
: reported
July 11 .,. 'M'.-"""." 6.52: dozer on the beach in an effprt LEAVE FOR CUBA Decoration of the theatre's Interior 8 p.m", "movies," Venice Beach.

at.,,JUly 12 .. _" 8'72 0.00 0.00m to bury the fish and eliminatethe Air and Mrs. Carl H. Wolf have is being completed under Wednesday, July 23

.-..July JUly 13 '_ 8'7. <9- 0.00 odor In this district, but the 'eft Venice for Cuba on a two Retty's personal supervIsion. Anew 7:30 pm, softball game, VenIce -
Vs.' July 14 89 89 0,00 attempt was abandoned Dr. weeks' vacation trip. Mrs. Wolf curtain for the stage and vs. Sarasota, Payne Park, Sarasota
'ed." July 1. .,:-. 8fl 73 00luri : Wright said, when It was discovered was born on the Isle of Pines, projection room Improvementswill First game.)

*" July 17 -"""* M" 75 w OM the results did not warrantthe tear Cuba and plans to visit also be noticed by patrons Thursday, July 21

date this month 6:5J effort. there before returning to Venice. when the theatre reopens. 630: p,m., Lions meeting.

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Friday, r
Pace Two

the people, not Just the business, Before adjourning, the

FINED $20 Baptist W.M.U. to City CouncilContinued house" I considered several protect chic i

+ Pleading guilty to a reckless Calls For Vote against 1947 assessment

,A driving charge preferred against Meet ThursdayAt ( from page hr ones< hold Shortly afterwards, Caspersen nled all of them, butl-! ,
bt'\'au. except
him by Acting Chief of Police appearing only called for a vote and the new i Incase t:
Herbert Hanchey, Sylvester Jones SarasotaConvening been requested to do .o by Chamber ordinance was carried 2 to 1. A of Louis Suter who 1
ifful*!* lid a reduction u'y
of Commerce from
of Venice last Monday was fined spokesman for the measures opponents ':
$20 by Mayor Clyde V Hlgel In at 10 am, the third Pace warned the councilmen : later commented: $1,650 In the amount of Persc

city court I quarterly meeting of the Southwest that other Florida' communities I II "That was Just Round OneWell property taxes assessed ,
--- --- KMI and you aralt
Florida Baptist Woman'sMissionary would like to efforts to see the
I continue our Hotel Venezia,
will be held be killing the goo( ** chat lays Suter', ft|
n'ha t! i Union I may Justice done on behalf of KMI quest for a reduction
I in I
He urged the their
July 24, at the the golden "'U'
GOES INTO A next Thursday, I i iI and the citizens of Venice as a 355 assessment against
and "inIvae '
i Second Baptist! Church in Sna council to delay action t'\'pt'ts..ntolt1\'f ; whole, This doesn't end it, by along and land, however, sac the tttl:
I state
FOta shot, down, as
were Jl
meeting will be a Jerry Collins down here to discuss : similar re< :,
The alldaj Sanitary Ordinance made
I by William Pearson
it from a Sarasota; County lt
'Young People's Rall\) with Just before the licensing mea Frances and Kate D Shhlkle

( Iai 'World Need as the sub-feet and view point I sure came up, the council adopted _
After Pappa hid Charted the without discussion a new sanitary II Gold Head J
Mrs Vu icll Thompson in charge twins fostered "bYa Branch State p,:
11PRISCRIPlIONI ordinance wj
h will in- ordinance for the city, designed near Keystone Helg'' ., T
of the piogram which handful of met1 to satisfy per taker |t
to tighten up" sanitary name from
f a small
earn ,
,de, 1 d,'mon ration, Tie onal grievances against: the "'
here flows
regulations through the pail.
t W 'rId Needs the Gosj-el," b\ the ihcol" Councilman Casperseninstated
Sunbeam Bind of the First Boll" it had been proposed "In 10

,I!"0'' l I r ',., Church of \onlce and a vocal tie routine :our ..i told! b>' Betty Zilsler also from ', trying to find more two weeks while we attend a class in advanced htIc stvl

]local) Baptist Chutch for the ctt>, and upon re\'enu"'l Ing! at Isbells University of Beauty Culture In f'IV'l1h.
Texas, the
\ t"?.I'ed dish luncheon will bed the cm :attorney. who
ird Mr Law- Iud the right to
I :' ,1' neon u< we CHARM BEAUTY SALON
: dulr.1 occupatkraj license fee"
I 'nc" E Hu 'o publicity any |
m tl' ,I' lV 'l" numbers The issue," Ca'-per'ien assorted : will be under the management of MISS EDNA Rl'!SHIRK'
who has Just Joined our staff,
.' ." ': l'f theo
rd tl' \ ; : 'Is \\ ht'there run our own
ingredients your doctor I ,.:end city as Cl'ee.bom citizens 01 I Charm Beauty will continue to be open firm 9 m
THE to :5 pm. Mondays through Fridays Please'' 311
of count) but also "
n whether It Is to be run by someone for reservation.
I there goes the Scientific know I I. ip\ in Kentucky,"

i iajh lit ind fill of tvpcr end of barges Fee Is Fxcrsshe I . TRIXIE AND LUCILEI

fur expert pi armacutt, ThAt's Pappa, protesting against Immediate I I I
I ..h 'rin ITCHMoney''/ adoption of the oidi-'
) )ou ma) ( lack
.. .' .emaon trance, told the councilmen: 1
to us with confidence TTU \ fl (Irmi 4 awed by rc
: '. '. '''' '.wptm ,',eenndother" ,tchmen "\\e don't sador't charge NOW OPEN !
.' 1"to".n ITS atrd liquti
ODD,PRCtCKiPT, A d,ictort: irmula KMI anuhingVe say lets not
The Revill; Store l.r "h" "Id .' .mire %>n hn,coml,irt>and
.I. c., ml in env itching 3.x teal bottleprt make it excessive If we reed Offering'I IX'penJiMe, Experienced IK: nkLontrutnu ,
"1.1" ,.:..,. t,<,im>rfytack IvmtnuffT A.kyoucdtui.il from KMI to run this ,
11.1, I,, I".II'' I'""u etc: : ,.t tuUy fur D, O O, PRESCRIPTION, money :: In 1 Experts :and heitiirnu': : M '.k ut
I town, we can get it without hurt
MINE "t-i 1 LINO: t: !Nttionilh3urtiM1 Electric ApplianThe I
ing the friendly feeling that ha
firm HEPLER and TAYLOR is :Now' Hi .t'I
existed in pan years, Personally, ( if ttServe
WE DO CONTRACTINGI I don't think it makes sense to YOll

-I I Full Line of :- I jeopardize our relationship with I

BATHROOM FIXTURES And TRIMIf 'KMI for $4,000 a year, when we
} know very well that every city in I WHATEVER YOUR ELECTRICAL NFLD,
lou IIa\f Repair Work !See rs. I
Florida would offer free taxes to IT WILL PAY YOU TO SEE IS HRxT'AMN4 !
Major Clyde V Hicel Joined in
the discussion by asking: Mr,
Pappas, if the city council should

12' W Venice Ave, Phone 2665 I raise YOUR tax, would you protest ELECTRIC *ITOMTIC nor WATER HEATERS
it yourself, or ask the citizens -
Dependable Plumbing That Will Stand Inspection"Y IIOTPOINT': APPLIANCESC.
} .1 to fight for you?" and Councilman

i Ca,persen followed up A C. J.
.1 with: HEPLER & TAYLOR
"E\'el'or. teems agreed KMI

= should pay taxes Why not let the Phones:
w Smitty's Tavern council go ahead and let Colonel) El Patio Hotel Building Day Night

+-rlty Richmond protest Just like any Venice, Florida 3564 28a3or3

I other citizen, If he thinks its ex-
: cessixe We'll give him a fair

hearing" I
Also Protest

Carl Obendorf of the Venetian'

"The Cleaners and Louis Suter of the VENICE LANDCOMPANY

Hotel Venezia also spoke again

the new ordinance, win Suter i

expressing the opinion the ral',e

I Bright I dom $5 a year to $4 250 is excessive -

and remarking, "If KNIT
'had been askd to pay a reasonable

I amour", say $1 000, none of

Spot I us would have teen here to-
a nght: ,"

3 'I Near the end of the hour.lors

debate, Paul Ooldcnste: of the Broker
Registered Real Estate
MCt On I Alpha Music Shop gained the
I floor and staunchly defended the

!" "I benefit from KMI, Golden WE HAVE SEVERAL

The II stein said, "and I'd like to see

( them stay here, but I don't fear NICE HOMES AND
I retaliation! for my stand in this

: I matter, We are tryin to intimidate
Trail" I our council a"1* 'bject to APARTMENT HOUSES

.. such action,

: "We accuse our council of discrimination FOR SALE

I yet In the next

"Be t Drinks in Town-At Popular Prices" I, for breath one we taxpajer ask tppr Somebody.i Privileges has I Prices Reasonable

Delicious Sandwiches When You Are Hungry I to pay for running the city. Are I I
we businessmen going to ask the
other residents of the city to pay 3 Nokomis Avenue South Phone 3581"In
125 South Ttrniami Trail Venice for granting tax exemptions to

privileged persons Let's remember Bu the council was elected by

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VeniceR Furniture Co.-

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Leaders In Tarpon I
Tourney OPENS BRANCH Mr. and Mrs. O, W. Freeman of
Venice have returned home from
Name Address Weight Guide OFFICE IN LAUREL I a five weeks' vacation spent la

Capital Prize Mr. and Mrs. Raph T, Catlett I Asheville, N. C. On their war i itft

ScHedlert Milwaukee. Wise. 141!Prank Roberts Jr. and daughter Lois Carole, 'I, and back, they stopped for a visit tr
Otto with Mrs. Freeman's sister. Mrs.
*. Cowden Warren Pa. 130 Ben Scale son Thomas Clinton 5, have
() Heavy Tackle moved Into the Harn home on Edgar Avirett, of Tallahassee.JOB ,
Laurel road.
Barnes Sarasota 111 Frank Roberts. Sr. PRINTINGLet
Edward Catlett Is
a partner In the Cat-
Monroe Bradley Sarasota 108 lett Construction Co of Boca the Gondolier do your Job .

M. Archie 6arasotaMedium 106 George Kline Grande, specializing In clearing, printing. Quality woik at a fair
Tackle muck and fill dirt, and came here PI'Ice. 313 West Venice ...aue. yy
Herbert Shewman Columbus Ind. 104 V4 C. E. Crandell when the firm decided to expandIts Phone 3131.

I J. Blalock Ocala, Fla. 99 Bruce Rigby operations. His brother, S. E.

Mrs. John Hill Osprey 98=H. Blackburn k k+ Catlett, is In charge at Boca
Leslie More Haines City Grande. TERRY a

Light Tackle "I had always liked this part BEAUTY SHOP

jlr,. L. 0. Hodges Sarasota 110 S. S. Blackburn of the country" Catlett said In Berkeley Bldg. Nokomi
,Leslie R. More Winter Haven 87'/4 explaining his move here, "and rt
Itn Roy W. Walholm Wlnnetka, DL 82 Edgar Green have long believed the Gulf Coast Phone 2875
Women's Division between Sarasota and Naples will
be the nxt part of Florida to
Mrs. 0. E. Cowden Warren Pa. 125'iBen Seale Mrs. Jean Shoaf Klrklyn, Pa. 110 C. Crandell Children's Division PALATKA Fla.. July 17--R. W.Dick" VeniceRADIO ti
Ervin resident attorney SERVICE
BillY Beneflel Tallavast Fla. 100 Woody Roberts h
Joel t State Representative
for the State Road Departmentand Jerry Collins MOIHHN TEAT EQUIPMENT
Peter Harrison Clearwater 92 Neal Taylor Statistics taken from Anglers Club records. assistant attorney I i the State Road Department
general, disclosed here today that
I I he plans to run for the office of In an effort to have one of
the 100 to 150 "little state
attorney general and will formally t.
plans to create located In Sarasota
r 239 of First 375 announce his candidacy shortly County. The -
i department has
after the first of next year,
PhotographsOf when he will announced It plans to build the
Tarpon in resign from the '
Tourney roadside picnic HOME RADIO REPAIRS
spots about 50
Road Department to
wage an active HIKE ESTIMATES
Your BabyAt miles apart along Florida's main FMONK ears i
Home Caught Off VeniceWith -campaign. !tourist routes. lit W. Venice A... Venice .

only two weeks of the I
AVAILABLE IN VENICE 17th annual International) Tar A STRIKE!
(During July Only) t
pon Tournament remaining, Reservations . {!
Harold R. Smith hopeful anglers are planning last- \ ,
minute attempts to surpass the 1/
Professional Photographer /
In -pound catch by Otto If You are Planning on Coming to Venice !
rHONE 2931
Schedler of Milwaukee, Wise,
current leader In the race for the Next Winter, May We Surest Now Is the .
1947 autcmobile capital prize.
.O' Time to Make Room Reservations
Or at least to overhaul the No. ?

2 man In the tourney, George E.
Cowden of Warren Pa., whose There's No Thrill Quite Like Many of Our Foresighted Guests
The Pleasure You Get When
130-pounder: may win him the
11.000 savings bond posted as All You those Score Pins A Strike Go !Down and Already Have Done So, Freeing Their

second prize. Come In Any Afternoon or "
Minds from Any "Where-Shalt.We-Stay ?
Harry A. Beach secretary of Evening See For Yourself I

the Venice-Nokomis Chamber of VENICEBOWLAKADE Questions. _
Commerce, said a check with
Venice Weighmaster Buddy Rln-

STILE SECRET"I go early this week disclosed that And Grill
of the first 37S tarpon enteredIn
wish I looked as the tournament 239 were 245 West Venice Ate. EL PATIO HOTEI:
nice as Sue." sigh
enviously. Clever you Sue caught off Venice. The remaining Phone 2661DOUGHNUTS
could tell her style secret 136 fish were weighed In at 125 W. Venice Ave. VENICE, FLORIDA Phone 3S73
It she chose. She Sarasota. !
knows what a touchof I Fresh Every Morning I
costume Jewelry -CLUB MEETING-- 35e Dozen RATES NOW IN EFFECT
does for her. You. too,
can idd life and ..
Next meeting of the Englewood
kle to your wardrobewith
fashion right ac- branch of the Home Demonstration -
cessories from Club will be held at 2:30
p.m. August 14 In the Rebekah BETTER "BUYS" AT BAKER'S!

clubhouse. The club meets on the
KNOWLESJEWELERS second Thursday every month. At

the July meeting, Mrs. Ruth Wil-

Post Office Arcade helm of the Sarasota County Red COMPLETE HOMEFURNISHINGS
Cross organization was the guest
speaker. Plans for a home nurs-
ing course In Englewood are being

made, with those Interested
being asked to contact Mrs. Stella
Davids Mrs. Walter Purvis or 5EEDURNEW NEW ,

Mrs. Harry Wells. HO'VIE.OLTFITr' !

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All Citizen of Venice: 112 MONTHS I

In order to Participate In the coming Special Elec-
tion, It Is necessary to be Registered In the City Registration -

.. To Book register It Is necessary to have been a resident
the State of Florida for 12 months and of the City of
Venice for three months. FURNITURE"m

Notice u hereby given that the City Registration -

Book will be closed

FRIDAY, JULY 25, A.D. 1947, I

to remain doted until after the SPECIAL

ELECTION: to be held i


*.. .,.., Helga Roe -Siede Across 'From Bus Station

City Clerk
City of Venice Florida. "DEAI.ER FOR BADCOCK


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VENICe: GONDOLIER Friday, July is, Ian
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George L. Harper, Minister!
.t it am. Sunday School
It a.m. Morning Wonhlo.
4..e. sits p.m., Youth Felk,., ,,,
4 :so p.m. Evening service.
1 wedneiday. Tilg t>.m", vi. .
prayer and song vlr. "*
agree with a word you say, but I will defend Englewood services"

vith; ydjlrO your right to ay it.' -VOLTAIRE Lampp.10 'a.m.sup Sunday t.a School, "" few

Published every Friday. Editorial and !business office, 313 WM p.m. Church iirvt| _

'+r Venice Avenue Venice, Florida. P. O. Box 632. Phone Venice 3131 FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH

D. Campbell Ci.mfoid, futn
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Entered as ..cond-cUi> matter June 6, 1946. at the post office 10 ..m. Bible Cl.i..
.t Venice, Florida under the Act of March 3. 1879. 'II:10*.m.p.m. rj'ypV"1 I".

:SO p.m. Evening .en,, ,,
Subscription ratest Ont year, $2.50; fin months, $1.50; three. Wedn..da 7:30: ,'.It. ,
I ircnthe, 75c. Classified advertising rite 2 cent per word, first 2C prayer ....ira. xd.ey.

, v,>nut; I cent per word for each additional word. _
CARROLL WILLIAMS Editor and Pubh.h.i R... J. W. Hinton P,,,.,
' ,' HELEN WILLIAMS .. Office Manage Oam. Sunday 8ihti. ; :' c,
'Morning service (
p.m BTl: :
Evening ...r'irl'I 1I.d'l., 1 p.a
prayer meeting. 10.
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> I I (Note: The Gondolier will I be glad to print letters of (enftal Riviera SI. and Palermo Place
I { (Edward King, In ,ho,.. of
; I Inured when all and If space permits.; Please keep them 1 summer servcm,
vhort .Anonymous letters Mill not be considered. ':4S ..m. Sunday Bhool
II the writer desires! to hate only his initials or nom I II II ..m. Morning ? ..,

ouch as ".\ Reader," published The Gondolier will 1I0wrVl'r'j I
(1, (o oblige) 'I Venice Avenue

Re*. C D. Jerniit.n, f.i'ot
' 10 a.m. Sunday Behove.li .
ti, Assumption Illinois Bradenton, Fla. 'DOWT DEAR ME-tSAW'sOU4SVE WEAT4E ..m, Pruchln.
Ether. Editor ,.ao r-- Pr..ehn.-
[ Thursday; 7:30 p.m.:' Vouny F..,,.,|
. : \tn f '.1 p.m., benefit lutrtr,
, Pear Mr Williams: Dear Mr. Williams: cluster of timber on the shore School
i which was a true representationof VENICE CATHOLIC CHLRCH
. I am enclosing a cop of a let. Enclosed please find check for horse and
a fine a high top Cull Theatre Venice Avtnw
ttj 1 felt impelled to write the the amount of $2.50 with whichI buggy or old-time 'Horse & ( from page one) Venice

, c.ty ctiiriil after reading your wish to renew my subscriptionto Chaise'." Even yet resembling a the tentative budget for construction nev. C L. Ell.nd"% P".r
\, teed paper of this neck This is "The Gondolier." I congratulate horse and chaise when viewed of a school either elementary a.m. M...
t .icw I felt; on this matter. and it Venice on having such a nice
from the Gulf this group of trees
that) and read it or high In Venice during
tt:71C to me your council Is paper eagerly as soon
still exists just south of Venice.
y off the team several it I feel keen the
say In re as comes a Interestin coming year
and "Horse & Chaise" Point is still
: I H-tc's Not knowing any of them that part of the country and used by seamen as a landmark. Of the $48.500 set up for "Capital AFTER YOU HAVE
1 t j>rscnall\'. I think! the good peoj.jc am delighted over its recent developments READ THIS COPY
I and Is so designated on certain Outlay, $11.000 will be spent
e of \inlce should keep bet. In
a so many ways. ) OF THE GONDOLIER,
" : itt eye open for their elected rep- My grandfather the late Jesse maps for new school busses. It was reported WHY NOT MAIL IT
.' tcutl\ri Knight was Its first settler and "So as soon as Dad could get The remaining $37500 TO SOME FRIENDUP

,/ l Wilfred S. Miller. M.D. my father the late L. J. Knight matters arranged for making the will cover "sites new buildings NORTH?
named Venice though there are move he and a few others moved
. I' ''EDITORS NOTE: Dr Miller others whose names are mentioned right through by team convey additions alterations and ne.wequipment"
I 1< the father of Cadet Bill Miller as having done so. ance. But your humble servant. for all schools in the
" IHIJ-knoll'n to Gondolier readers who was then well along In his Tide TablesVENICE
.. I have a letter written to my county.
U our able KIM columnist when teens was detailed to come by
'I t."t school 1 Is here His letter add father more than 35 years ago boat as an introduction to sailor- Kimbrough said nearly 200. INLET
from the late Mr. D. O. ..
Curry, Dal Hlrb. >
! fim to the mayor and city ship, so he made the run with 000 of the increase will come from
r., ccuncfl of Venice. fdlovn) who was then living In Omaha one of the leading parties (the FrL July II .... 1211 p m. tll: >*
I Nebr. and who had lived In Ven- state funds. Sat. July It.... .:tZ.m. 4.11 u
{ 'Gentlemen. ice during its pioneer days In the late William Plat), who was to Because It believes its readers IIOC p.m I'''' pa
,,I letter he was reminiscing over aid In the developments In forming Suu, July 10... 410' Lm T:14: IA
"1 fear this letter will arrive that part of the country past the neighborhood of farmers have a right to know what expenditures 17 p.m. ':41..

" fc-Tiewhat late, but nevertheless. history. He spoke of the names and who brought with him a nice are planned by the Mon., July tl ... 4 :111 a m ilIA

/ ffrmit me as the father of one that were suggested for their new lot of small orange trees and set county school board and superintendent tU p.0.11. pa
them TIM.. July t2.. 4:55 a m. l 14 u
out in what thereafter
tf was
the KM1
students to register
i post office. The Gondolier Is reproducing I:" p.m. :HMHu
tp Minlte protest against your The place WM then known as known as the Plat Hammock Wed, July II.. 1:1e m. '
excessive tax aimed at KMI. I "Horse 'N' Shay" When father until it began to change hands. herewith the "paid advertisement" I 4n p m. 11,111-

fell that a moderate amount suggested the name 'Venice. which was not very long as Plat Inserted by Superintendent Than, July t4.. '1:4":22 a p m.m. II 11:11":14 N

i-erpeable to services rendered they all agreed it was the most finally decided not to move down Kimbrough In last Sunday's Frl, July tl .... 1:21 ..m, I:CI 1&
l ty the city such as sewage distal appropriate-hence the name. as was the case with all the balance Sarasota Herald-Tribune. till p m.
" street lighting and police This letter Isn't written for and_ even some who went
? jc'ectlon might be reasonable. publication but I thought you own witn the caravan went
tut $14 50 or whatever it 1s. per might be interested in this bit of back. So that left my father's
fUNJent for three months seems Information. family and one other small family NOTICEThe

' V me to have something wrong Mrs. Anna Lee Bennett that of the late John
scale lace.i' Fletcher.
Rol ---o--
'1: will undoubtedly be true EDITOR'S NOTE! : Intrigued by "111' 1885 the Hlgels moved

that some three hundred parents that picturesque "Horse 'N' Shay" down from Philadelphia and took
sill receive statements next fall reference and believing our readers possession of the Roberts property Board of Public Instruction of Sarasota

'c which will be added "For ape..r. too would like to know and as Mr. Higel-the late County. Florida, will hold a public hearing on its

.) tax for three months In VenIce something more about how Ven- Frank Higel-represented the late budget for the school year July 25. 1947. at 10
Florida, $14 50" as I doubt ice got its name, we wrote to Mrs. Hamilton Disston-a large land- Sarasota
o'clock a.m. In the board at the
tty much if KMI can or will ab Bennett and asked if. for the sakeof owner-In an enterprise which he
sc:t this tax. It seems relatively the record, she wouldn't fur was to develop for Mr. Disston County Court House. In: accordance with Section 8

; apparent to me that this does not nish us with more details and things then began to bum as he of Chapter 22.839, amending section 237.12. Law
I ID Pitt for rood 1 feeling on account grant us permission to print her had to have a lot of hands to of Florida, passed by the 1945 Legislature.
f cj numerous people, like myself, letter. This she graciously con carryon: the work.

. t. Venice only on ac- sented to do, and she sent us Letter No 2 was written by the '\
: II, parts of two letters, excerpts from late D. O. Curry to L. J. Knight The budget as prepared calls for an operating

0t 'I also note in the Gondolier which follow: in February 1912. credits Mr. and maintenance levy of 10 mills with a 2 mill levy

... 1.:at the council has approved the Letter No.1. written by the Knight with having suggested the for debt service which will be applicable to home
, licensing of a 'refined' saloon late L. J. Knight Mrs. Bennett's name "VenIce as follows: steads.

, fl tdjacent to KMI. I admire Col. father about 1926: "x x x the post office depart-
:R chmond for his protest In this I "In A.D. 1868. my father. together ment suggested one or more
respect and I again hope that the with several of his farmer names, either of which would be Budget Items are listed below:

cc.ncil 13 over-ruled In this re- friends of Hillsborough County acceptable to them, but upon a

tpect Might I suggest that a less chartered a boat and made a further consideration of the matter General Control............................................... $2311000 i

would fined be saloon not serving food prospective Coast of South survey Florida of the with West the it was decided by all hands Instructional Expenses .................................... 469075.00
considerably less object.onable that we would not have
; here than what Is contemplated view of selecting a suitable location the names suggested but either that we of Operation of School Plants ............................ 30.400 00

for house sites; and. after would select a name for ourselves Maintenance of School Properties ................ 25,000 00

"1 regret that I feel Imr>.lledic careful Investigation decided that and then we began: thinking what Transportation, health, school lunch.
write !T th!, nan-.:r. b'it these Horse & Chaise was the most desirable name would be most appropriateand salaries and expenses attendance
location to be foundEDITORS .
Rie my reactions to the several
s.tuation ( NOTE: In a sepa- were suggested beforewe service, and other auxiliary agencies ...... 49.95000Fixed
"Very truly finally decided on' the recommendations
rate reference. Mr. KnlRat wrote: Charges (Insurance, commissions .

II' "Wilfred S. Miller. MD." Having taken Its name from ..a. 'For Instance I remember that election expenses) ............................ 6900.00

our late friend Higel. with his Special Adult Classes ........................................ 2,000.00
SUBSCRIPTION ORDER thoughts running along the Capital Outlay (sites, new buildings
names of the birds of prey and additions
alterations new equip
VENICE GONDOLIER their nests such as 'Osprey' and
'Aeril.' suggested the ment, school buses) ...........?................?.,..... 48,500 00
name of
P. O. Box 632,
'Fish Hawk,' and somebody else Debt Service Payment on bonds

Venice, Florida. said. 'Ouava.: and finally I remember (BPI) and Interest on bonds and

Please send me THE VENICE GONDOLIER for one to me one very day well that that you you felt confident said debt to Manatee County........................... -30,476 00

year ($2.50) ................._..., six J months ($1.50) ?._....?.....?..., time toHook that if up you a just little had geography a little Total Proposed Expenditures ........................ 685411.00

that you were confident that you Transfers to Building Reserve Fund ............ 4000000
or three months ((75c) ......................
could find a good name for our Reserves for Contingencies ............................ 15,000.00

(All subscriptions must be paid in advance) cost office and I think that 11 Reserves for Cash Balance ........."a........._..?.? 17691.00
was the very next day that you --

Name ..... ....... ....... and proposed we all the thought name of "Venice1 GRAND TOTAL ................................................ 758102.00

u- :: ==== == I ly would be a name that certain-I VKRMAN KIMBROUGH

... ....... ? would be proud to have

new post office as well Superintendent .4 Public Instruction
future city x x x x." I

0.s. dbs ,'. .,' 'f"1<"MI\P' 'f'i }\"" ;........ ,,, ,

Fr w+. t.r7l 1ta ilt y,


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) 'AMATEUR NIGHT' ELECTIONContinued expenses and possibly to Immediately ers In sections of the city whose

DRAWS AUDIENCE OF 150 I extend some saver lines sewer lines would not be installed

( from page one) to care for buildings constructed at this time would not have U
since Mr Dodd drew his
Attracting a surprisingly large attendance of more than 150 favorable financial terms plans" up pay anything he said. However,

the second "Amateur Night" of the Summer Recreation "But I hope that every citizen a "ready-to-serve" charge would ,

aim ens was Presented last Friday evening In the Recreation Hall who wants to see Venice progress Entire City be assessed against all vacant t

Trailer Park will make It a point to turn out Mayor Higel declared It Is 1
Venice Bay : .._ property immediately adjoioang
th Paul Ooldenstem acimgaster I and cast a 'Yes' vote on August planned, of course eventually to

of ceremonies, thirteen captured the $2 first prize, while 4. I'd like to see an overwhelm- have the sewer mains cover the sewer mains ,i ihs
competed for first and second Marjorie AdorJan singing "Mam- ingly favorable vote for two major entire. city area but that the

The team of Betty selle.: won the $1 second prize reasons
honors. present plans would furnish Ven- Dependable 1
! Other
and Essie Clemons, play- performers of the eve. "First, such, a vote would let

Bed a River Valley" with bells ning, whose efforts gained gen the city council and city officials ice with a highly satisfactory Service

erous applause Included: know that Venice citizens realize network that can easily be expanded -

4I4ffffff44444'44Business Bobby Harn piano, Jon Barry our city cannot hope to grow unless t. cover future growth. EVE SPECIALIZE IV

i Wimbish sweetwlnd, Ronnie Hi. i we make provision for The revenue certificates wouldbe Chrysler Products

eel and Hazel Dixon. bells play- growth and"Second
AND sold at par and would not '
Ing 'Mary Had A Little Lamb the heavier the 'Yes'vole. constitute a lien against individual's N 0 K 0 MIS '
and "
ProfessionalDirectory "Jingle Bells,
the .
more favorable the Impression
Patsy Hunter tap dance and propelty( They wouldbe GARAGE
we will make on prospective -
i songs "Blue Skies" and "'I Dont paid off from'levpmw derived
and new rcsl GEORGE T DEVLIN
"" " .,,, Know Why, accompanied by dents of Ven'ce" from owner of property served Phone :2581 ,

Mrs Henry, by the sewer lines Property own- .
Mayor Hiuel explained that the
Barbara Ado.Jan and Caroline
$275,000 figure was set because "\ .
Woik of All Kinds McCracken. "You Are My Sun. I '
Roof ] '
: shine," city has obtained a tentative COME IN AND SEE 1 HE NEWriDLIK i iIASlnTTA
Aim P. coot estimate of $234,000 for con-
2981 Milton MIkesell clarinet My struction of the disposal plant EBONITE'fLARIMT $!UOO
Moonlight Madonna," accompanied :\ -HL\Un: : TROMBONE: $11375 l I ,
I and installation of softer mains
by Mrs. Mikesell, LA TOSC' riOAtORDIO9009 1,1 j

RELIABLE Billy Jost'ph.ho In accordance with "the Dodd \\r carry a complete library' of classical and popular mule :
QUICK made
FOX two
CALL plan. and can order anv Publication for you, ( j
SERVICE, presentations and vas a big favorite !
Includes rdj-ewond rilONOGR4.nl RECORD
VenicePlumbing with the audience "Anniversary I

Shop Song," on the piano accordion lie said plans drawn up about ALPHA MUSIC SHOP
a by C. K S Dodd, Sarasota
and a "The LoidsPlayer. year ago -
song II.., Phil,., tit ...., .. .
Phone 2153 rum here-< rl Maj.-tie \\ tinehniiw and Ante Rarfia I Iand
coasulting wouldbe
,14, Venice engineer, Nrminnlon. Rand 7)prwritrr naler ,

Tommy Hubbard, sons, "Moth. used and that they provide for III K. \r\KI: AVFAI t: 1'110r: :5"
Radio Krpa.rn -, Itadio Rented ... C amrran Vented
fuinlshirg sewer Unit to every
er Good N!Kht. I'
building! in existence at that time, s
Mickey Higel s \v e e t win d. I
mmj mrilalions incljd'ns! the Edl; 'wood district I'I 'r-t-rtfi -
Twinkle. Twinkle
Little Star. I ( ;}:i t1rr+rIrn. mtrJ7tiJrr. ern ll1. 4-!JI:!->tit. f r73 4! ti
Donald Fann, Sl''t'ral'ocals, I "The council fixed $275,000 as I '

Martin Yontz, humorous let- I the amount necessary," the mayor I
A Privilege to Live In Florida t
ter. said "so that tht'l'e'ould be i

Betty Zdgliroc\ "BeautifulDreamer" money available for Incidental A Diatmct: to Live in VVmcc

and "In The Garden."

I Slop ScrofcMnj-Try nit Another "Amateur Nigvit": will H. WIMMERS

be presented by the P-TA spon- CLASSIFIEDADS }
ran of ugly pImples' nihai Itrhlng' I It
.o| skin diiordtri reiultlng from axil ?-ed farmer Rjcieatlin Pio- Realtor tl
Ultoni, can often be quickly ray -
this simple Inexpensive treatment.mill gram next month, i
a. Dome.of....Moon. s Emerald Oil (2e a word firs 20 words, IcZSc oath I VEMCE FLORIDA
stamt drug Hie AI directed for :
.ddton.1 word. Minimum charge ,
L Bitufietloa you sot Moone guaranteed Emerald or moneyiiurt Oik VENICE BOY MAY Lash with Ad. Special ..t.. Where the T.mi.n.i; Trail Meets the Open Gulf b ,
for more than one insertion of the
WORKS PUBLISHED the Th"rl"I'telephone, with(11311 the up understanding to S p.m. SiOnQrgiranQnansr&ffiiFOR! ;';: rn:'; 1M1L Ttu i "M __ i

advritiser will remit payment
When we toy Melba 't Three compositions for piano promplly., '

k*. cigar supreme t C ,? by nlne-j'ear-old William L, \Vimblsh SALE

H mm |lUll Ihot 1:,
son of Mr and Mrs. Barry FOR SALE
No other igor el 9c t.o'c { Wimbish of Venice and pupil of I am wrecking several Government Surplus
tonleint inch "
\ high \ Paul Ooldensteln. local music AUJI'STARI.K IIHM'ITAI UHlA: ..ilhMIIIU Buildings the base and have sheathing
ewlily a Yet, | N-; l> I>HIIII'<'| lull Seri iTlltoon

hen It plenty el the choicest teacher, are new being considered ix. 12 unit. 1 I.::3". p-m-.-- framing, windows and doors, rubber roofing,

!HAVANA tobacco grown onto for publication by the Philadel- II TH1'1'11 ."nl.I..., with II"..... ('allvenire and other
salvage material for sale in small
Island ihla DNA' .
of Cuba In every music publishing house of .
-- --- -- --- --r
Mtlbe cigar. Try ant today. T.ieodore Presser Co, SITUATION WANTED quantities. ''r .
Toe will enjoy] It from the The three pieces Slrepy Time
----- -- -
I'll It 'Ihs (lost puff.II .
IIVIIV SITTER: iMiilnbhmutime it- P. L.
Melody, Spiing! Is Here, and war, ,-. tr.n.iTlHtHm puck and 'irlh V'n. Haynes
roar deafer 41... .
"Church Mule were chosen bvGolderstem k. IV*.
sot .
M.lbo., weds
as the best of several Venice: Army Air Base
of Billy's compositions and

were sent to the Philadelphiafirm WANT K HLY a rnurr.m h.."..
with gniund for ..,,1,.n mil rrllll, tIt ..r
last week Billy this week received ,,,.r V.nuv, I'nc.il alxml I,!,lull. Hi." h,
a card acknowledging their: wed r:. Mr,,l nl. SiTi.' p.il.li Aw, N.wV.irk
lily 61.WASn:1I Public Notice
receipt ar.d promising thouKht-
THE : An wtimuts <,n palntlnith .
CIGAR SUPREME ful consideration' for possible ,. hillilimHI: thi' Vinliv liar Trarlrr (
I'.rk 8n- H. l>. Kntkrmlall. ovnrrIllMNESS .
Starting August 1 and continuing until Sep

PERSONALS tember 1 1947, voters' registration books of Sarasota '

ARE YOU JUST ATHIN6o'NATURE r AWNS nui..rr. MII\\Kv the FlI.hm."..r....'ut r li>with the|viv J..k. County: will be open at the following! locations:

a/latt-t i i 'il. A.I..rjmi. I'h?.tie 111}.
DISTRICT NO. 1-Otis L. Howell! Commissioner. .
SH'Tir TANK enl C.''''1..1| clmnin
,i'h Motors inmiiinii >,|iil I".II'.t. II.-a.
? ..ht l rut,. I.tinII and AMrn Ih,.iI1KIVFWAV9 I'KrCIMT LOCATION DFPITVMr

,11 2 Fruitvllle! Oanlt 7
rpi IV Mmk, fill dirt II 10 Ind Concrete CoiN x
itirll Concrete. work. of all, kind with i iI Orange & FAL Rwy> Bliss Wai field '
'r Louis A.I.rjNH Ph"n.
'alure I DISTRICT NO. 2-W. S. Ha.r's Commissioner.
mar endow you with REAL ESTATE FOR SALE ,
wntaklnj beauty, a lovely 1 .IcAn.h: Annex MM Alice Mi'Call ,

tow UlViCfOua CUre| She may be. 3 County Court House Registration Office 31
I gifts on you that make|
T brilliant actress, a leader you in Acreage 4 Bee R.dge Mrs Lena Hauls +

j'It class at college, soughtfc.f DISTRICT NO. 3-W. L. Woodard, Commissioner.
dances, or a charming VENICE FARMS
f and mother 6 Osprey; Mercantile Co L. H Thames

Yes Nature may do all this. S25.00() ) to )0.00An 7 NokomIs Pot Office Edward Courtoy
W you may find your face 8 V-N Chamber of Commerce Harry A, Beach

unly slapped| II you suffer 11 Bee Ridge Rd. & Trail Henry Smith

hVA distressing symptoms Acre 12 Sarasota Beach Grocery
"e so many unfortunate
and women Mr. O. D. Buikhalter

Something Not Joke You About Should] forget Plnkham's Compound .chafer to pay for abstract 14DISTRICT NO 4-P. E. Buchen, Commissioner

such I I 9 Englewood Oscar E, Anderson
twbances U female functional monthly monthly pain Thisrgreat medicine I --- 13 MjaUa Bild"e John R. Pnullt

iler! from are caUSing you to ALSO relieves accompanying H X. Wimmers 15 Swift & Bee Rdge; Rd. O L. Connor
nervous dIsnervous tension Irritability, I ,
en ky and slid feel! weak, restless so those tired-out mean 'pUkoneveryone' REALTOR DISTRICT NO. S-J. O. Alderman, Commissioner.

lost turn irritable that you feelings-when due to 5 Myakkn Mrs. Roy Crowley
Inch 'bhedev1I'thl. cause. Taken regularly n;
days-tats ... .
ov Slto Is SOMETHING thruout the month-Pinkham s 16

ght R'T JOKE ABOUT, Start Compound helps build up resis I r- LAND: CLEARINGStreet : 17 Beverly Terrace Vernon Hay
Vegetable Lydia iE. pinktance against such distress and MiMitMin Work 13 White City Orcccry Mr, Gantt
ale Compound to sensible thing to do. Just .
such very \\'. llati An All-7k'.. Outfit, Inclutl-
o tot this symptoms It'. tf see If you, too dont remarkably Ing .1 T.n HulMuurClemorn 1 W. T. DIXON
Purpose And don" benefit! All drugstores. ,

& Wagner Supervisor of Registration

/21. L L .,. VEGETABLE Phone J2S1 ENtcEP.. U. auk 'J
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VENICE GONDOLIER ft day. July n.
Fare Six

and Ed Denhamof Held for, New Electrical tric fans the Amana Home *
Floyd Joyner Reception
J. and J. Aircraft J. and J. disclosed they will er, featuring a sealed, motor

Takes Over Field start formal operations at Punta New Methodist Firm OpensIn and a capacity of live cubic ,
Gorda on August 1. with W. H. Sepco automatic electric
At Punta GordaI. Lightfsot. veteran Army pilot, Pastor and Wife Venice heaters and Majestic radios,s
being transferred from Venice also will handle the
..;anslon of operations to In- headquarters to take charge of Approximately 70 members and Although the firm of Hepler "Hotpoinf line of appliance fart,
well as the new J. and J. field. friends of the Venice-Nokomis and Taylor electrical contractors Easy washing machines
C''nle Punta Oorda as
Joyner said air services to be Methodist Church attended a reception and dealers In electric appliances
Venice and Sarasota was an- the El
Punta Gorda will be held in the church parlors opened its doors today In
re'inctd this week by J. and J. provided at Wednesday evening after the Patio Hotel building as Venice's
Ai.cialt Inc.. which was awarded similar to those offered here and regular mid-week prayer servicefor newest business establishment wrauu n
in Sarasota by J. and J., Including Rev. of the business APPLICATBt
the the two owners
a cne->iar lease on the form- the new pastor, 1r
o Punts Gorda Army Air Field a CAA-approved flight school George L. Harper, and his wife. have long been known to residentsof NAK DD

last wrtk by Charlotte County I plane sales and service plane Mrs. M. Cousins and Mrs. Bruce Venice Nokomis and surrounding -

:ommirsioners! rentals, and charter service. Rlgby, president of the WSC'S'.I territory.
I made arrangements for the affair They are C. A. Hepler a resident

f' I Have You Flown the New Spin-Proof Ercoupe Yet? I Mrs R. E. Fields was in charge of Nokomis Heights who has
of refreshments, Ilrs. Alexander lived in this district since 1925
1'' t COME: I\ LET US SHOW 1
''Murphy. receiving and Mrs. Byron and C. J. Taylor recently a St. rf a
I Jones, guest book. Petersburg electrical contractor,
1 ALMOST.FLIES__ITSELF_ During the prayer meeting but In the mldtwena well-
: FTE VENICE FROM THE AIR =-:: PASSENGER HOPS $1 50 Mrs Frank Roebuck sang "The known figure here. In fact Venice -
LEARN TO FLY IN 8 EASY LESSONS T\\-eitf>.-third P alm." accompan.ed street lights were Installed PROTECT: Vogt SKIN
Gnurnnu \ppro\rri School Continuous Enrollment by Mrs Henry. undpr Taylor's direction back In ISUIIIIIlUlllS -'lIIat...

, f J & J AIRCRAFT.\ INC.I ( the B L E. days.
.Jr. .I 27 Out of 29 Experts In every phase of elec-
I'. o. KKX 2344 O. Box 291 P. O. Box 1137 trical contracting the two men Fishing uhhlies
i'iAF-\i'oOr.\ EN1: ( E PUNTA GOR.D.F. .\ I
'{; O. l", rwr \ ('nlt.1' :2.U1 I.: T. Dcnharn Sarasota. 6306 Children PassSwimming will devote most of their time to Mari neEquipnlenthardware
Test that end of the business but
' :
: plan to stock nationally known

Tarpon Center Restaurant and Docks enty-seun of the 39 chili electric appliances of outstanding Paints Enirnels

I, i iren who reported to Instructor merit as well.

I \\ ill| remain open for the rest (nt the summer, I Louis Suter last Monday at thePines New merchandise Is arriving Plastic Age
Hotel pool for free swim- dally, and Boat &
already on display In Equipment Co.
.md\\ivhe! coffee beer, soft drinks:
Ewing : ming lessons have passed their their store are such wellknownItems I
nd! ice a al11. 50 foot test after learning the six as Robbins and Myers elec- On Phone 2J53
The Trail
The main dining! :: DM miili he clued temperir.h I fundamental steps of the course. Nokomi

: for alt rati(1ns: and the :addition of a cock- This was reported yesterday by .
t.iil(bone Suter and Mrs. Marjorie Adorjan,
who Is assisting with the free

H .' BUDDY AND CHARLEY swimming course being offered as NOTICETO

., a part of the Summer Recreational -
Program sponsored by the P.-
I T.A. and co-operating organizations -
Others aiding Include B. E. '

I Fictitious Name Lawin Bowen, and Mary Mimi Adorjan.Earl Ann Franklin Registered Voters'

Those who have not completedthe

course or any other children Reproduced below is a copy of the official
Horid.i. M i is unlawful for any person or perMiih desiring to learn to swim are to ballot for the special election to be held in Nenice

in' entice: : business\ under a fictitious name report at the Pines Hotel pool August 4, l)47.

link? vid;( tictti"iis! name has been registered with next Monday morning at 9
the Jerk ul the circuit: Court of the county in which o'clock. as this is only an "advisor) referen
Those who passed the test and dum, designed simply to inform the City Council
j is K,
tied the tirm's l'rindl'all'lace of business.
will receive recognition of their as to the wishes of Venice citizens concerning these

Before the circuit Court clerk can accept this feat David are: two proposals, and because it is desired tot.Hainas.
E.lce. HIM! Dixon MimiritBurMfw
respiration, a notice of intention to register the fic- DIX..n Barbara, Hill Wlm'bkh,, Leland Joan Dye Koo.Ier June; complete an expression of opinion as possible( any

1 litioiK name: must \be published! for four consecutive Louise Ritchie, Ronnit Hire), David City of Venice registered voter who will be out of

weeks. Ritchie Billy ...Muriel., TommHubbard Ritchie Ginger, Sonny Ritchie Philllpn. town August 4 may mark and sign the ballot below\

Bobby. John Stephen Barry .Wimbwh Stephen I Dye, Nancy and mail it to "City Clerk, Venice, Florida.
The I information required is simple and our Dye Joseph Dye Mary Earl. Phyllli All
Earl Ann Franklin. Marjorie Adrian such ballots received from qualified electors
charge: i is the standard amount set up by law for publication Bobby Illilock David Harriman. will be added to the tally.
: nt such notices. When
notice has
the four
prescribed consecutive times
we will fur- and Mrs. Harry Sjoblom of
nish \ ou with a notarized "Affidavit of Publica- Edgewood and daughters Dele Mrs. Helga Roeas-Siede,

tit .n." which you then file with tile clerk of the circtiit and Kay. returned home this City Clerk.'

court. week from a 10-day vacation trip Publish July 18 and 23OFFICIAL
through Georgia Tennessee, and .
If \ou haven't yet complied with this law, or North and South Carolina They i

!if.t -i :ire just starting a. new business, why not let visited relatives In Atlanta, Oa.
High spots of the trip
THE GONDOLIER begin Included
publication of the BALLOT
necesir -
their visit to Lookout Mountainin
notice this week ? Call Venice
3131 t I
right now, Tennessee and to deactivated
r h" r.u ha'.'e it in mind.
Camp Croft near Spartantourg ELECTION OF AUGUST 4th, A. D. 1 1947
S. C., where Sjoblom took his ba-
sic training during World War H. OF THE


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01 the word "Yes" or "No" to Indicate whether or not you

Wide variety of sizes, styles and want the City of Venice to Issue SEWER REVENt
CERTIFICATES In the amount of $275,000 to finance
:Color combinations in stock. construction of a sanitary sewer system In Venice

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MxJrn suites of want the City of Venice to refund its General ObltaJ:i
a.r1Anum: steel 4construction. Bonds In the amount of $312.000 at an Interest rate not
to exceed three. (arm) percent per annum.
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