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 Material Information
Title: Venice gondolier
Uniform Title: Venice gondolier (Venice, Fla. 1946)
Physical Description: 20 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Carroll H. Williams
Place of Publication: Venice Fla
Creation Date: March 20, 1946
Publication Date: 1946-1964
Frequency: semiweekly[ -1964]
weekly[ former 1946-]
semiweekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Venice (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Sarasota County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Sarasota -- Venice
Coordinates: 27.098611 x -82.438889 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 6, 1946)-v. 20, no. 14 (Feb. 17, 1964).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071736
oclc - 01497811
notis - AKR0035
lccn - sn 96027128
System ID: UF00079934:00006
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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s +f WEDNESDAY MARCH 20, 1946 PRICE FIVE CENTS


ED KMI Cadets'Stage 'MARTI CONCERTSET C. of C. Directors Start

Colorful ParadeIn

;, EDA a half-hour show that drew FOR NEXT Work on Three ProjectsThree

admiring comment from a crowdof .
more than a thousand specta- important actions designed to promote the welfare and

t HERE tors, the cadet corps of Kentucky TUESDAY NIGHTMarking growth of Venice were taken by directors of the Venice--Nokomis

s. Military Institute last Sunday afternoon Chamber of Commerce at their meeting last Thursday night In the

,ep Curry gro- staged its next to last the second musical attraction C. of C. office t

r pilMjket, on the cor- dress parade of the 1946 Venice to be presented this sea- As announced by President H. S. Bowden, they were:

rerwe and Nassau winter session in front of the son by the Community Service 1. Appointment of a three-man- !

et opposite the bank, school. Club of Venice, Samuel Marti, committee to co-operate with the '

ass progress off Colonel C. B. Richmond and Mexican violinist, and his pianist- city council in the acquisition of ENROLLMENT .

Lieut.-Col. H. E. Dooley, of KMI, wife, Gunhild Nilsson, will appearin all or part of the Venice Army ,

"pioneer Venice and Allan Dodd, Louisville, Ky., recital next Tuesday evening at Air Base.
1Lltriy P and his two attorney, reviewed the 295 cadetsin 8:15: o'clock in the lobby of the 2. Approval of the proposed IN BIG JUMPA

and Richard C the band and four infantry Kentucky Military Institute here. Venice-Arcndia highway, which

ad.Mowing companies that participated in the The Martis will play a programof would shorten the motoring dis- jump in enrollment at the

colorful event I 1 Pan-American music, including tance between the two cities by Laurel and Venice-Nokomis ele-

7w' fa ,Venice during Bud Youngs was cadet major selections by Villa-Lobos, Pablo approximately 25 miles, as the mentary and high schools from 221

" weki.ttt and Lyle Smith was drum major, : Sarasate and Manuel de Falla 'chamber's No. 1 road project for in February of last year to 291 for

a' 'choice meats and Compositions by Ernest Block, 1946 the same month this year was reported -
,'the Curry store William Grant Still, and several 3. Decision to move immediately this week by County Su- .

V )fail Choppers freshspice's VETS CALL NEW young Mexican composers also to set up a house numbering perintendent of Schools Verman

will be heard. system for Venice. Kimbrough.
opportun- Tickets for the concert next Named
Hightower This
was an increase for the local -
iteln, a New POST MEETINGWorld Tuesday may be obtained now at James A. Hightower, principalof schools of approximately 31.7
,
'her for many any hotel in Venice or Nokomis, Venice-Nokomis high school, per cent, or three times the 9.3 ;
& Vmr, this week at the club's special box office named committee of
War II veterans now living or was a one by per cent increase reported for all :
'j'AJpia Institute of in Venice, Nokomis, Engle- for the event, set up at the Venice President Bowden to arrange for public schools in the county. Kim- j
,Pin, who had Laundry last Monday. Mail orders allotment of numbers to every
listed
brough the February 1946
wood, Osprey and Laurel, estimated i
""end a half years' will be filled if accompanied by home and business building in the enrollment in white and colored
to number at least 200, are urg-
will teach both ed to attend a special meeting to check or money order, the tickets city. It was agreed early institu- schools as 3,564, as compared with j

w'I be held at 8:30: tomorrow night in being priced at $1.50 each. Address tion of the house numbering sys- 3,210 on the responding date

' 41 a jltiepenei&st' Community Hall, above the Gulf requests to "Community Service tem will eliminate confusion in locating last year.Englewood.
Monday of the Club Box Office, Venice, Fla." homes and business houses. elementary school
theatre, in Venice.
ads hop, near the posted Definite decision as to whether Leading FigureA Hightower explained the system also showed nil increased enroll-

,' $barked business activ- local veterans will set up a post leading figure in InterAmerican probably will be patterned after ment, Kimbrough reported, Increasing -
'; on page 2) cultural affairs and founder the numbering
connected with the American Le- set-up already from 48 to 60. Osprey,
gion, the Veterans of Foreign and conductor of the Yucatan adopted privately by insurance however, he said, dropped from 17

Wars, the Amvets, or organize a Symphony Orchestra, Marti is the firms for their own use In desig- to 14. The Laurel school for Negro

strictly local post with no national head of the only concert bureauin nating the "street numbers" of pupils also decreased, from 32 to
IGAN Mexico and Central America. Venice houses and buildings. 25.
affiliation, is slated to be made
He founded the bureau in an effort Director J. T. Blalock agreed to
x4 tomorrow night, according to
to bring music to the smaller furnish Hightower with details of
James F. Dempsey of Venice, tem-
porary chairman. communities, where music is sel- the insurance firms' system. ShuffleboardClub

r'" odd tot' Dempsey was chosen to presideat dom heard. Arcadia Road
belt | an way
A fine soloist in her own right, Revived
The directors wasted little timein .
'.but as this third last Thursday night's meeting,
his wife the first American
was
deciding to make the Venice-
held at the Venice Beach Casino
a GONDOLIER goes
Sixteen members of the Venice
artist to tour Mexico on the "Con-
w Arcadia "short cut" their
and attended 20 highway'must"
'ilwo simple words by veterans. In
Shuffleboard club met in Informal
ciertos Marti" Inter-American series -
exactly order to get a more representative project for this year,
i
I Blazing a brilliant trail for play at the municipal recreation
bore, putting out reaction, it was decided at that agreeing unanimously that the
last
American music and musicians center Monday night to inaug-
time to postpone final decision on new road is an urgent need and
4 t weekly newslUSONDOLIER -
throughout Latin America, she urate the reopening of the courts.
what kind of that every effort should be made,
but a post to set up here
er Lights have been installed, new
than miles
covered 10,000 on
more
been made much until tomorrow night. starting immediately, to do every-
,. that tour. equipment acquired, and plans
thing possible to bring about its
Those
tractive assistance, attending last week'smeeting
The Martis are enthusiastic completed for daily use of the
early construction.
ding and pa- includedENGLEWOOD : propagandists for the music of all courts, announced President Alice
of Director T. M. Wrede, Sr., pointed -
I;wishes so many Jud Curwood; the Americas. B. Lumley.
est:us We'11 do our NOKOMIS Charles A. Wrede, out the many advantages that Election of 1946 officers of the j

our appreciation bypewspaper Tom Wrede, Jr., Wendall A. Kai- March 30 Last Day would accrue to Venice from sucha club will be held next Monday

worthy.of ser, James B. Haynes, Ray Hal- road, particularly in the summer night, at 9 o'clock, at the courts, '

.1 sister communities vorson, Boyd A. Sharp, Ray Har- To Pay Personal months, when it would give Ar- which are located near Harbor

$laurel, Osprey andy red; VENICE G. L. Pestotnik, cadians and other interior district drive and Venice avenue. t

James B. Fox, Jay H. Lumley, Property Taxes residents a Gulf Coast beach Anyone interested in shuffle-

0 Bruce G. Murphy, Bill Higel, Mrs Helga Roess-Siede, Venice within less than an hour'i driving board is invited to join the club, !t

only a couple of Charley Boone, J. E. Thomas, E. city clerk, today called attention to time and many miles closer to signing up at the Chamber of J

',what we mean in D. McCracken, Fred D. Schlip- the fact that 1945 personal prop- them than the beaches near Punta Commerce office or with Louis ,

i the following: man, Frank C. Raeburn, and Louis erty taxes will become delinquent Gorda, Sarasota and Bradenton. Siegel at the Tower garage, on

r, Yes, it WAS Adorjan. Arril 1."That. Wrede pointed out, too, that the Tampa avenue, one-half block I

t he said exactly means," she pointed out, road importance has been recog- east of the recreation center.

j'agree with a word Rummage Sale "that Saturday, March 30, will be nized by the Sarasota County Members desiring to play shouldsee

I defend with my St. Mark's Guild will hold its the last day the personal property Planning Board, which has already Siegel, as he will have the

i-to say it' SDF." annual bazaar and rummage sale taxes can be paid without pen- made it the "No.3" highway key to the equipment room, and
rbes Parva Point project on its list. The board's "No.
alty. will issue discs and cues.
this March
coming Friday, 22,
1"
he said
the project, was improvement -
She also called attention to I
from 9:30: a.m. to 4:30: in the
p.m.,
on the margl of fact that dogs running at large I of the short road linking the pledged his aid In obtaining coun-
Wimmers building Miami
-
on avenue
blank he sent in without licenses will be impounded I Tamiami Trail with the Ringling ty assistance for construction of
Mrs. H. L. and other
,,' from Greenwich, Mundy and that owners who fail to ,Museum of Art, north of Sarasota, this county's section of the Ven-
of St. Mark's
women Episcopal while its "No. 2" proposal calls ice-Arcadia project. It also was
E. Knott's cheery procure licenses for pets they do
i best of luck" Church are handling arrangementsfor not keep from running loose are for improvement of the road on pointed out that it would probablybe
the event.Rummage .
Treasure Island and the connect-
possible to get as much as 50
law to fine
subject, under city a
to be sold should be
1 ing roads from the Trail. cent of the new road's cost
peculiar for than per
name of not less than $1 nor more
left at the Venice Laundry not
u say? Well, yes, later than tonight. $25 and up to 30 days in jail. Be- Pledges Aid paid by the federal government.
Director M. Cousins, county Wrede and Hightower were
I, and similar fore impounded dogs can be redeemed -
"a little bit of the law provides an im- commissioner from this district (Continued on page 5)
Zenith DealerTom
m to have been poundment fee of 75 cents must be >
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columnists Lanier, owner of Lanier's of 25 "
dy by paid and a feeding charge
Arcade drug store has been SUBSCRIPTION ORDER
apers and maga- appointed cents a day is made.
sit 'Car- an authorized Zenith radio for male and $2
even use Dog licenses, $1 VENICE GONDOLIER,
., we suppose, bePer dealer for the VeniceNokomisarea for female, can be obtained at the Chamber of Commerce Bldg., s
Carroll who and expects to receive his city clerk's office in the City Hall, Venice, Florida.

er's Digest beat us first shipment of new models foot of Venice avenue. Please send me THE VENICE GONDOLIER for one
ybe we'll discover within a few days.

an"1 isn't a new Lanier, already holder of a Zen- SOLON.HERECongressman year ($2.50) or three months ($1) ,.:.
.11 On the other ith hearing aid franchise here, Pehr Holmes of (Check which)

i we think perhaps plans to display the new sets in Massachusetts is a guest at the': (All subscriptions must be paid in advance)

aped previous us- a special section in the front part Worthington Apartments in Venice -

rather an ineleon of his store. He will have table, He has been Jiere for the past Name. .

console, portable and combination two weeks and plans to prolong Address

Page 2) radio-record sets on display. his visit for several weeks. ,



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'I do not agree with a word you say but I mil! FIRST 1946 DUAL MEET,
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1.ry defend with/ my life your right/ to say u."-VOLTAIRE
;! With one 1946 victory already in the bag KMI trackmen will
Published Editorial' office, Venice Chamber
every Wednetday
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,'fl. f': :, of Commerce Building Venice, Florida. Telephone VENICE 2381. engage in a dual meet with St. Leo Prep next Saturday on the Sara- '!< I
.' t. sola track. The Ka>dets defeated Sarasota high school in a nip and .
Subscription/ rates:: One year, $2.50: three monthi $1. Classified THEATI r ;
e.'It advertising rate: 2 cents per word. Display advertising/ rates upon tuck meet, 60 to 24, last Friday afternoon
application. nninff. Rnnt': i Pinnrta ,rhamninng._ _for__ n lastear.. this is the first time
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; CARROLL H. WILLIAMSACTIVITY -- .... ..................... .."A.... ......4. ......hll.h........;I Sarasota; has been; defeated in VENICE Ket
three \ears Coach Hammack has Baseball Squad TWO CO
f. Fj MULLIGAN stated that he thinks the KMI boys Wins SHOWS'
OpenerThe
(Continued from Page 1) are in better condition this year EVERY

s .t,: To show you what we mean b\. than in previous ones and that the KMI baseball squad will return NJ
(Continued from Page 1)) "a little bit of everything.": Newest earn as a whole has shown good Box Office Openl" '
r I ,f ity here Mis Louise Montgomery' newlyweds mound herel'C, possibllilles. to Fort M}'ers tomorrow in an Second First Show Stlrts 1 71,1

,11 is the new manager, the former know of are Fled L. Ringo of With two events left to go last attempt to repeat their win over Show Startky .

a ojerator Miss Kathryn Dale, hat Nokomis and Evelyn Brooks of I Fi da\, and the score being 50-all the same team, 10 to 2, last Wednesday MATINEE SUHIl. \
I' ing returned to Washington D C. EniIewood.'ho became man and the cadets went into the lead one Box Office
"" For the time being, .Irs. Montgomen (|wife in a double wedding' Much punt on the low hurdles and bj Show Starts OpenUIBoat 311; f
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is working by appointment 7 at \aldosta G.I.'llh Hans winning the mile ielacinched The Ka>'dets took the lead early I ---.... '
t I only. but eXpects| to an. I Maici of Venice and Melody Roebuck I the meet for KMI: The mile relay in the first inning and held it Wednesday :
t pounce regular hours for the shop of Englewood also joining team for KMI:: consisted of Ki earner throughout the game. During the
next week. hands Robert Fields, husband Dimewitr, Bmme, and MacMillan first inning King and Lenhardt I "THE $F
Meanwhile considerable construction of Dorothy Fields, Venice made runs to put the Kajdets in
lost his }ihe lead The squad went wild in
postmaster
k is now under \\aat right thumb intjan OF SUSAv1
Englewood despite the cunenfhoitage auto door slamming atciden''t VISITOR the second with King, Latta, Len- I --. .:
,I of building materials, last Wednesday. on Venice avenue Mrs Charles Surls of Biadenton hardt, Head, Lenahan, and Nichols Joan Fontane _' = ;
several buildings are going uj; A friend from Oklahoma mad\ei-, list week visited her mother-in- making runs to put them out in :
along the Tamiami Trail betweenVenice I ;enlslammed\ the door of the front[ for keeps. Friday & Sattui .1

and Osprey, and last week Fields auto shut while they ueielumeismg Venice. John Rohde, pitching for theKidets MARCH 21 a y

I the famed Warm Salt Springs, We understand I at the arm air base at struck out 13 men, while "SCARED
about 11 miles south of Venice,I Mil lied K. Hallenboig and babel :. Gieenulle S, C te-enlisted in the Bo\ette. who pitched for the losers :
were reopened to the public b\' F. M TaUman did a fine job in army recentl\I struck out fi\e STIFF" V I.I
I W. Wagner and his aSSOciates A I helping to put the Red Cross drive
Jack
modern trailer camp i ana large over on Treasure Island Jim ,1 Haley Ann LSIM
I bath house are proving ti be atl ;!Keys had to buy his paitnei Try
Irnctil'l' features of the resort Guise I3ott a new hat (COM Sunday and"A Mtar
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bowling alleys took in more moneytitan MEDA
the grill pan of their Venice NextTime :'"

,I f YOUR SUPPORT l>o\\l. kdde during opening week D FOR BEN:"' >,,

Jim sahaged.omuliing out of the Dorothy "!If:;
WILL BE deal, though He nude Botts give You LAMOUR DECIfFor

APPRECIATEDWILLIAM him his old hat , 'T s said an i
Irishman once explained, "Every Need .,"
man loves his name land, whether Tuesday, Wedneu

lie II..- 001 Il there or not Seems Building Supplies Thursday :
Pipe and
to express the sentiments of those Paint Fittings MARCH 26,, 27JC/9 <
I'j li' wno; were born elsewhere Including Pittsburgh, Pratt and Lambert, Lucas "INCENDIAIJ .! I
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LAMAR but have chosen Florida
as our VENICE
hn e. Tom \\ lede. Si.. has Venice LUMBER CO. BLONDE'!:
n 11delied up "The Mystery I Ave.. Near Seaboard Depot Phone 2632 Betty
ROSEFOR 1.1 the! : "
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CADET'S FATHER DIES I

t by the SAT- Tom M. Williams, 50, of CIncIn- CHURCH

servicegiven nati, Ohio, father of Cadet Larry Zeigler's GroceryLAUREL
1 IIsY > hon- Williams of Kentucky Military Institute DIRECTORY

e" *er releaies from passed away last Wednes- I
8. ?dbr shined forces day at a Sarasota hotel. He and
t' .L, Lanlus, Box Mrs. William had arrived there a FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Nassau at Miami Avenue
TO Sad' Le William few days earlier for a short win- Vtnic.P Groceries and Meats ;
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fachulz, OsFISHING ter vacation. The body was sent 10 a.m.Campbell Bible Class Crawford Pastor : '
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1 s to Cincinnati for interment. Rob- Ham. Morning service
Fruits and
tldpm. BYPU :j' Vegetables
arts-Shannon took charge of local 7 id p.m. Evening service :
Wednesday 710 p.m., Mid-week *
;M, arrangements.CARD prayer serviceCHURCH. :, W. R. ZEIGLER Venice 2312 .

' : OF THANKS Venice Venice Avenue OF GOD ,OJ:.!....!.. .'.!... ........!. .oo!.!.!.!.. :.:..!....!...!..... ....... .

W* wish to express our sincere
Rev C. D.
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nV thanks to our friends and neighbor 10 am. Sunday School
.nlM M4t for their kindness and assistance In 11 a.m. 1'reach In*.

oat';'...PKtirtfi....1 iViHfrt Inlet our bereavement.-Mrs. Lanlus and 7 Thursday:SO pm.,reaching 7:90 p.m., Young people Exclusive
family. S.rvtrt'

VENICE CATHOLIC CHURCH GENERAL
Gulf Theatre, Venice Avenue
Rev C. ilnlander Venice Pastor
'c L iiDRYl 8:10 a.m. Mane ELECTRIC

ST MARK'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Riviera St. and Palermo Place
Veneila Park
eJ 1' Appliances
}'J'> f>r. Leonard Mrjker, Rector
ibRY II:49 a.m. Sunday Sih.Kjl
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CLEANERS SERVICE ": 11 a.m. Sunday aervlce Dealer For VeniceHIGEL'S
'.1:1l'IjIo' Tuesday. 8:30 p.m., meeting of St
) Mark Guild.
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,t u 1c.}: Venice Avenue ,, Bay Point CHURCH, Nokomis CONTRACTORSCorner
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F. A. Shipley. Minister
"t" 10 a.m Sunday School. of Venice and Nokomis Avenues Venice 2401
NICI'ja!, VENICE 2941 s Ham, Morning \Vorshlp
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-fiYp ,'. 7pm. Young fellowship Group. .. j 7 80 p.m. Evening Bervlce
"" .... !. '! Wednesday ISO ".m., Midweek
prayer and song aervlce

OSPREY BAPTIST CHURCH VENICE
Rev. Henry Johnson Pastor
10 a. m. Sunday School: 11 a. m.
p. Evening service: Wednesday 7
,Ud ornlng ervlce. 8 p. m. B T, U.I 7 BOWLAKADERIGHT
Furniture of All Types p. m., prayer me..Unl.Nokomis .

Highest Prices Paid Girl Weds AND

pt' . San Francisco ManIn GRILLFeaturing

-filing Cabinets Tanks Work Benches- DOWN ,
a performed recently -
;l $0 Cans Cupboards Shelving ceremony
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lilt:. 1;' Furniture Some Lumber in the Holy Communion Famous
'l: church of South Orange, N. J., MEXIHOT
I ChI Teada' Those J. McNeil Phone Miss Harriet Blanchard Orr, YOUR Barbecued
x.... II VeBCe26,2| daughter of Mrs. George N. Orr r'
of Nokomis, became the bride of Hamburgers

Eugene S. Kilgore, Jr., son of Mrs. ALLEY y
.............. ...,........... .....................ct.,............... Kilgore, of San Francisco, and the and Hot Dogs

I : 11 late Dr Kilgore. The Rev. Eric Open 8a.m.to11p.In.BOWLING .
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NOWOPEN Ii mony.Mrs. Richard H. Gedney of Nokomis > HOURS

the bride's sister, was matron -
of honor. The bridesmaids WEEKDAYS 4 p. m. to 11 p. m.

included Miss Patricia Orr of Nokomis (MONDAYS 10 a. m. to 11 p. m.)
and Mrs. E. H. Dreher, III,
11 I SUNDAYS 1 p. m. to 7 p. m.
of South Orange, sisters of the
G. W. BOTTS J.M.KEYS
bride, who was given away by her

;: uncle, William W. Crabb.

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Airplane View Looking North From Venice, Florida, Across Venice Bay i '1I1

Winter quarters of. Kentucky Military Institute in ,
Venice
shown in
are the
fronting west the right center foreground of the above
on open space, is the Venice Social Center and Barracks picture. At ft
and Barracks Building, with the School Infirmary and Junior Building. Facing south on the park is the San Marco Aor
Barracks
east of the San Marco between it and the Social Center. At the
is Recreation Hall and Military far right, thei.
and other outdoor Headquarters Between the San Marco and Venice are '
recreational facilities. In the lower foreground Bay on the north tenuis,
of which are the baseball park railway station, airport, club: RIGHT, The Tarniami Trail (connecting Tampa and Miami),pi,.
country and
public: park and ground golf course. CENTER
parade in front of San Marco barracks In 7 i part of Venice business a
i Inland Waterway to the north. Venice Bay, village of Nokomis, the extreme upper left: The Gulf Of Mexico Treasure 19W,
' I I of the picture. Eagle Point, and Tamiami Trail bridges are shown in the central?
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Y.f.. IDEAL LOCATION

t, Venice has proved ideal .1 l
;'I' entire school is an location for ,
THE our winter home.
f. to Florida The advantage of quarters of the

,f" .a for the winter months, arriving climate spending is appreciated winter months in so mild a WINTER are located i iVenice m ,,

:. t in Venice in early I January cadet by the entire I
,r" corps. While the students in the on the West Coal
i" and leaving early in schools north of us are of Florida on the Gulf fl.I, April each year. This is the all the inconveniences which suffering the from Mexico, 18 miles south of f ftii
school's thirty.first winter cold weather imposes severe Sarasota on the TamiamiTrail
./ in Florida cadets upon them, our It is only 68 miles from
ae outdoor are enjoying the pleasures of Tampa and 260 miles from .1
Students may enter at games and recreation. Not Jacksonville, via the Sea
'tfjj any time, depending uponvacancies only does th''I'f e act f' board Airline It i> 'r:
ably
: upon the physical aVor'I from
d
tuition prorated. eve I opment of e
every cadet, but it makes Miami, and 90 minutes t fromSt.
possible
superior grade of scholastic a Petersburg.
work. _

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t Tropical Package KMI ClippingsBy -M U SIC PIANO Taught In Your Own Home
Store Now Open Bill Miller VIOLIN Children Adults I
Y t e1 DATES FOR SPRING VACATION
ALPHA INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 518 Harbor Drive, VeniceA
ht'o! 1)two to Formal opening of the package were set last Sunday morn-
store section of Smyth Brohard's Ing and announced In THE KAY-
groupget work Tropical Cocktail Lounge in his EMEYE ANVIL by Colonel C. B.
the Tamiaml Richmond and Major C. E. Hod-
of the new building on Privilege to Live In FloridaA
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gin. They determined that the
cadets -
ble Trail, near Venice avenue, was
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held over the last weekend."Smitty's" ., would leave Venice on the Distinction to Live In Venice
., n, C. of father Evan G. Bro- morning of April 3rd, and school

th directors hard, Is in charge of the package would be resumed on Sunday, H. N. WIMMERSRealtor
Inquiries store. April 14.CADET.
Individuals con- Coincidentally with the opening STANLEY DANBURG
f*"Of Using fa- of the new store, Brohard closed won the Neatest Cadet Bar for the
at, 4Iff'! Army Air his former location on Venice avenue second time at the personal inspection
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the rs entered Into a VENICE FLORIDA
last Saturday afternoon.
opposite the Gulf theatre. He
gh d6ie ids /"Rf f se entire"n. The bar for the
: neatest cadet in
'' had opened the attractive cocktail Where the Tamfaml Trail Meets the Open Gulf
the Junior School was given to
lounge section of his new building
han'Zepoib/d{ 'Im ? the previous week. George Trosper.
: that one in-
4 oate/riflWls t >r air base, All nationally-known whiskies, awarded CAPTAIN the O.Scholastic O. PILLANS Honor 'r ." ;:o,. ... .'.',!",!" " """" "" ".",,,,,,,, ....00.................'
as available; imported and do-
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is slats* to h closed down
Pennant to Captain Everett Davis
mestic sweet and dry wines, cham-
etelytigrdw'ttnr. within a pagne, a variety of rums, a good and Company "D" last Saturday :
time HUB* Cnm 1 party in- morning in chapel. ; Service Club :
d 'to.Mtrtbllihlif' a large stock of standard brands of gin, :. Community :
THIS MONTH'S HONOR ROLL
and line of
.a complete liqueursand
camp_|n ..'lllcuon of the
cordials will be carried at the turned up with 72 "brains" on the
. water Tropical. The package store will list. Bob Lerch led the school withan
!. An- be open from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. and average of 9760, while Dick ; presentsSAMUEL :;

the bar from 10 a.m. to midnight. Vinton, John Hook, George Gai- :: ;
C J fac- ther, and Howard Wilder followed
making; i4a instru.jbah with Col. Dixon In investigatingwhat him closely.
" with'' 100 em,47 could be done about obtain- 1! MARTI 11
t totaling GIVEN 45 DAYS
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'W r. ing the field from the army.
: .. Roosevelt Burton, Negro, was .
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'r U:,_. ,poitt4 out thatformer sentenced to 45 days at labor on : ':

!ladle 1 ('. glen..0(9M.air base CLASSIFIEDADS I Jail city at streets night, with after confinement he pleaded to :; MEXICAN VIOLINIST :: i I

I .0W. ''"b.,re perma- guilty to a drunkenness charge :: :: ;
city com- before Mayor Clyde V. Higel last '

i with the (2c A Word. Minimum Charge25c. Monday afternoon. Burton, a pre : TUESDAY MARCH 26 j
Cash with Ad. Special vious offender was arrested in ,
en named Rates for Standing Ads.) the Negro quarters last
,'* similar Sunday :: ::
night by Chief of Police Gerry
set of group. He MUSIC TEACHER wishes to rent at
ppolnU4_,BfcMeton Richard room with piano few hours weekly Pestotnik, after creating a disturbance II
dixy nd
GLAZIER CHOSEN :: 8:15 P. MI :i: :

Earl Glazier has been chosen the
You'll Like Our Fountain Specialty! outstanding basketball player of .: :.
DOUBLEDIPICE Venice-Nokomis high school for :: Tickets* $1.50 0:

the season just closed, which found :: K. M. I. Lobby Box Office ::
CREAM MALTED the local cagers compiling a recordof
:: Venice Laundry ::
10 games and seven lost. His
r' SODAS and MILKS reward was a miniature silver :; ::

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-\'" Big Shipment of already have returned to their
,." EASTER CANDY homes in various parts of the 0 We Are No,
AND RABBITS life with An Autl
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> Will Arrive Soon 46 weeks or
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!' EASTER CARDS this time say"Thank WATCH FOR THE NEW MO a,

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f f have liked Venice and,!sister The People I Of,..
4. VITAMINS communities of Nokomis, Laurel .
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I'r Stock Of Nationally-Known with us. Come again, Will Gladly Handle Any OrA .1 ta;

,', Brands of VITAMINS atPOPULAR please, whether .rt. be only for |To U$ By Telephone Or Mail Weld]

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where life is pleasanter and
more enjoyable, or to make VERY PRESCRIPTION THAUI-I 1;:
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