Venice gondolier
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079934/00007
 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 27, 1946
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
 Record Information
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: UF00079934:00007
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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d ,in f ordinance Col J. C. Gunison commanding -
hi itoxicating officer of the Venice Army
er by any Air Field, this week announced .I
b 300 feet the huge base probably will I
I il was one be turned over to the army I
:'s meeting district engineer by the air
council 77 forces within the next 30 days.
jr, president "Tentative plans now," Colonel
the lone dis- Gunison informed The Gondolier,
the ordinance "call for the transfer to be madeto
declared the the district engineer, whose :
headquarters are In Jacksonville I
ion near the end of April. I
If adoption of Air Force ThroughAt j
Councilmanseconded that time the control of the
by field, which was constructed at a
'JBowden, was cost of more than $3,000,000 and ;
by City Clerk housed more than 6,000 men atone i
d became ef- time during the war, will be
n adoptionnas entirely out of air force hands,
not spe- he explained. What happens to j
m a church Kentucky Military Institute cadets slated to leave Venice by special train next Wednesday morn- it after that will be up to the !
which sale of ing to return to their northern home at Lyndon, Ky, will stage their final colorful dress parade of the federal government's disposal i
is prohibit- 1946 season here at 3:15: p. m. next Sunday afternoon on the parade grounds opposite the school. A agency.
*M group of regular army officers will be in the reviewing stand with Cot C. B. Richmond and other school Meanwhile, Venice city officials
t vote was taken, officials, as the parade will constitute part of the army's inspection to determine whether KMI will continue to consider the feasibility
noun > -went on record as retain its coveted honor school rating. The crack KMI band, shown in the above picture, will Join of acquiring all or part of the field
Dll Cy.'That henceforth four cadet infantry companies in staging the dress parade as a special Chamber of Commerce I
workers will not committee seeks further Information -
I t amounts of trash, Cucumber HarvestAt concerning possible use of the
tfllpplngs) from pri- NUMBERS PLAN VETS VOTE TO land and facilities of the base.
Venice Farms
i an lp rid The city already has notified the
made follow- To Start FridayHaving federal governments that, when the
the entire NEARLY READYHouse JOIN I LEGIONHaving field officially is declared surplus,
ught up when already shipped 45 cars it desires to exercise its priority

f, who recently numbering in Venice of winter vegetables to northern decided to form an Am- right. Receipt of this request has
page S) moved a step nearer realizationthis markets since last December 1, erican Legion post here, veteransof been acknowledged by the Surplus
Venice Farms this week is wind- Property Administration, thus Insuring -
week with submission of a Venice and vicinity will hold
ing up its cauliflower cutting and that the city will have the
preliminary report by James A. another meeting in Communityhall
G A getting ready to start work on first opportunity to acquire all or \
Hightower, Venice-Nokomis high above the Gulf theatre, tomorrow -
K1 N school harvesting cucumbers, it was announced 8:30. (Continued on page 5))
W. principal designated recently Thursday, night at :
by directors of the Chamber of by Manager W. J. McDonald All interested vets are invited to

s\ Commerce to prepare plans for a attend. REDISTRICTING I
suitable numbering system. McDonald said nearly 50 acres Decision to affiliate with the
Hightower said tentative plansto of "cukes" will be harvested, Legion was reached by an over-
adopt the exact numbering sys- starting Friday Principal vegetables whelming majority of the veterans
tem already used here by Insur- already shipped out were who attended last Thursday night's ORDER STYMIED
cauliflower lettuce and
ance companies had been shelved, cabbage. meeting in Community hall, at
at least temporarily, and that now Although the company's holdingsa which James F. Dempsey of Redistricting of Sarasota county
under consideration was a num- few miles southeast of Venice Venice presided as temporary commission. districts on an "equal
total more than 3,700 acres of fertile chairman. basis which would in
bering system that would start population" ,
low from the Gulf and work eastward, land, McDonald said shortage Officials of the Sarasota Legion effect give Sarasota city virtually
and from Venice bay working of labor prevented planting of post early this 4Yeek advised the complete control of county affairs,
south. more than approximately 200 acres !local group that their application this week appears to have been
Such a system, it was explained, to winter vegetables this season. for membership in the Legion has postponed until after the May primary -
would eliminate the necessity of been approved and that a charter election, at least.A j
i having and South East and Venice-Nokomis and full organization instructionsand I motion to quash a court order i
West" designations for the various Women's Club forms were being sent to them, directing that new districts be
streets of the city. Luncheon TodayWith in time for presentation at to: created "as nearly as possible
f slowly down the As an example, Hightower said, morrow nights meeting. equal in population" was filed last
t the contemplated numbering sys- a turkey luncheon to be At Meeting week by the county board.
tem would start Venice Those attending the last meet- court order was obtainedlast
1 off-one, "Jim", on avenue served, the annual birthday meet- The
with the block between the Esplanade ing of the Venice-Nokomis Women ing included: Dick Rich, Louis February 8 by Thomas W.
they soon did and Armada street being the 's club will be held in the club Adorjan, Frank Raeburn, H. P. Butler, Sarasota attorney, and the
"100" block; between Armada and house at Nokomis today at 12:30p. : Kuykendall, Charles A. Wrede, late Judge Paul C. Albritton, who
|,a nearby lake Park boulevard the "200" block, m. stein, Gerald L. Pestotnik, CharlesC. contended that the state constitu-
etc. Annual election of officers will Fox, James B. Fox, Fred D. tion directed the redistricting and
rY When do we On Park boulevard, the "100" be held during the meeting. Pres- Boyd A. Sharp, Tom Wrede, Jr., stipulated that at least four or all
block would be at its northern end, ent officers of the club are: Mrs B. W Zahn, Dempsey, J. D. Ar-' of said county commissioner dis-
would be a between Leguna drive and Apalachicola Clyde V. Higel, president; Mrs H. nall, F. R. Nelson, Harley H. tricts be included within the limits .
road; the "200" block between L. Mundy, first vice-president; Hanchey, T. E. Dandridge, J. H of the city of Sarasota.
"We'll soon fix Apalachicola road and Cadiz Mrs. Eugene Maier, secretary- Brown, Jr., Jess Howard, Bill Unequal
road, etc.Coup'lIng. treasurer. Higel, Morris S. Curry, Richard C. Present districts, they contended,
I in nothing flat Curry; ranged from only 139 in District ..
Tom Lanier'Takes Wendell A. Kaiser, Paul Golden- Five, Miakka, to 4,131 in District -
ft, I saw a farm, (Continued on Page 2) (Continued on Page 6) t .:

t to do us harm .
I you fix a fire Drug Firm Partnerwith ORDER
and a piece of

the announcement with I their two-year-old son, Mur- VENICE GONDOLIER, i
the disclosure that he plans to ray, Jr., are residing temporarilyin Chamber of Commerce Bldg.,
did go operate a group of Lanier Rexall the Siede apartments, having Venice, Florida. .
,back, Jim did not drug stores In various Gulf Coast moved up from Fort Myers.
Please send me THE VENICE GONDOLIER for one
JT communities, Tom Lanier, Venice Bennett, although a native of
| Jim did not care, druggist, yesterday revealed that Pennsylvania, has been a residentof year ($2.50) or three months ($1) ,i
when cup- Murray Bennett, well-known Flor- Florida for 17 years and is a (Check which)
ida pharmacist, is now associated graduate of the University of Flor- (All subscriptions must be paid in advance)
with him u a partner.. ida's school of pharmacy. Dis-
f tome twigs that Bennett this week Is assuming charged recently as a captain of
> complete'charge of Lanler's drugstore I infantry, Bennett prior to enter- Address -
ton Page 6) here. He and Mrs. Bennett,I
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store, Lanier said ice," he said, "
"and '
VENICE GONDOLIER !KAYDETS ROUT Meanwhile, over the past week- greet all my old frj''

end, another major change in the to give better servICe

i "I do not agree Kith a Cord you say. but 1'uill! store t organization was made, with I the finest in fOOd ,lit I

defend with my life your right to say it."-VOLTAIRE 'ST.! LEO TRACK Buford Merritt, just dischargedafter specialties." Alt

18 months
serving overseasin Merritt
F Chamber closed .
Published Wednetdiy. Editorial office, Venice their :
of Commerce Building, Venice, Florid Telephone VENICE 2381 the European theatre of operations tain ovtr the past

$1. Classified! TEAM 721/2-37'/2' repssuming management of complete 1'I\'Ij',
Subscription rates: One year, $2.50: three month reno\'atiOllIiiti,
advertising rate: 2 cents per word Display advertning rate upon I the Lanier'soda fountain and Monday with i hew r,k::
application. luncheonette department. said that no other cbtl /

CARROLL H. WILLIAMS Editor and Publisher Completely outclassing St. Leo Merritt managed the fountain personnel were costal>

: Prep track team, KMI last Sat- from 1941 to 1943, before entering ;

uraav defeated that squad 72'j service, and previously had been 1- ---.:,

ALICE LUMLEY RE-ELECTED : to 3"'a m a dual meet held at connected with Lanier for several

I Sarasota high. years. lIe was in the coast artillery McCAR J

Hall was the outstanding point discharged staff
being as a
SHUFFLEBOARD .corer for the Kavdets, racking upI sergeant only three weeks ago. He HYDERGARACL'

I I a total of 144 markers. He cap- arrived back from France on

Mrs Alice B. Lumle was re-elected president of the Venice I tured the 220 and the broad Jump, March 1, after serving In that ;

club its annual meeting Monday night. placed second in the 100, and wasa
Shuffleboard at
"Ice-presl-I K\II'' country, Belgium, Holland, England /.t(
I officer elected for the coming year are: Louis Siegel, first member of the winning Luxembourg, and Germany. General

dent, William Mahoney, second ,'icepresldentrs.: Elsie Siegel 440 relay team. i A native Floridian Merritt Alts enllSOXRepairith
1 KMI point scorers m the \'at ious
. treasurer: and Walter B. Sheehan, secretary. comes from Inverness, where his &&I
events follow: NOKOMIS
President Lumley announced still reside. ter!
Ra Hall 2nd
I OO. 'd. dash- % 1st
that members desiring to play may KMI Nine Wins Time 10.9.220yd. "I am happy to return to Ven- (Formerly Mot 5ie 1 :'I
the to the room :
get key equipment
dash-Hall 1st. Ray 3rd. :
from Louis Siegel at the Tower And Loses In '
HO- 'd. dash -:McGahe 2nd.
garage on Tampa avenue, betweenNassau Two Games HereBy Time 54:5.860yd.: x14.
and Harbor drive
street '
run-McKam 2nd. Hun- iItI'
The shuffleboard courts are located Thomas Thompson PALMGRILL
sicker 3rd. Time 2.21:1.: -I'
one-half block west of the The KMI baseball squad won its
Mile run Fugate 2nd TimeJ68
Tower garage at Tampa avenue second game from Fort Mvers .

and Harbor drive 5 to 1, last Thursday afternoon i n :
Shot Head Thomas
put let
Anyone interested in shuffle- \'emce.Ichols and Latta made

board is invited to join the club, runs in the first Inning. Lenhardt 2nd. 40 10 #.a 4 "Home C0kW.'
said Mrs Discus-Head 1st, 116' 9". I .
Lumley. scored one run in the third, with I
In addition to the above officers, Pole 'ault-Xowcll tie for 1st
Head and Lenhardt topping it off Open HVenice
Havens tie for 2nd. 9' 6". I
present members are: Mr and Mrs with two runs in the fifth. I Tamlaml Trail 7 A M. to 2 ',
Ave at
C C. Lowe, David Reid, Mr and High jump-Service 1st 5' 8",
Bob Little Rohde pitched for I 5 P. M, to I ri|
Mrs. Robert S. Eavnard, O. C the Kavdets, striking out 15 and'' Broad Jump-Hall 1st MiGahev ; Venice Closed Saturdays

Lambert, Dr and Mrs C S. Waite, walking four. Barley pitched for 2nd. 19' 10". I

Herbert Hanche, M A Braswell, the lasers, striking out six and Low' Hurdle] *SchuUe Ut. :\1c.1

Mrs. Frank D. Roebuck, Harry H'I walking one. I Gahey 2nd. Time 25:1.: "'N-N"f t . It . . . H'N t',...44 HM

Jacobson, Mr and Mrs. Walter B On Friday afternoon, in Venice. 440-rehv-KMI, 4'1:\ McGahev. I f

Surls, Mrs Anne Surls, Mrs the KMI nine lost its first game king, Ray and Hall BEVER'S LODGE I

Walter B. Sheehan, Frank C out of three to Bradenton, 5 to 4, Mile relav'-KMI 3561:\ Ki earn-

Green, Mrs. Helga Roess-Siede, F The Kavdets were losing, 2 to 0. er Miles\ Binnie and Dennewitz i On the Beautiful Myakka River Six Miles EiittfVttj

C. Raeburn, :Mrs Gertrude Lamer, in the fifth. Latta made one ruin
Mrs H. L. Munch, Miss Lois Nelson the sixth and Bradenton made Byron Jones Rolls i; Fishing, Fresh and Salt Water Scenic Tript.J{

Miss Betty \elson, Guthrie two. The team then rallied and '
:Mundv Mrs J. T. Blalock, Finn Nichols, Latta, and King scored, Top Score of Week I: 1: Boat Guides

Caspersen. Howard Berger, Miss making the score 4-4 and forcing I '
Jones of' t
Byron former manager Mall Reservation For Dinner or Rooms to
Gertrude DeVries
Robert Bradley, play into another inning. the Gulf '
I theatre rolled a 215 game C
and Andrew FaistIndependents,
William made
one run for *
to record the men's highest BEVER'
score DAL Box 275 Verse
Bradenton, cinching the game, in lof last week the t
on Bowlakadealle
Win I their half of the final stanza. | >'s, it was reported bx Man-1,I .,..... "tI. . . . . .... .+
7 6 Head started on the mound for !II:
to Victory ager George W. Botts. Marvoottons '
KMI, pitching three innings, with \\
Over Ve-No-Hi six strikeouts and three walks. women IH'as the highe CHECK YOUR PLUMBIC I
score reported.
I Schaffer then took and
over pitched -
With Puncipal James A. High- Mike Rush, with a 227 game l
I the remaining part of the game.
tc- \ continues to VENICE
eieniceokomis high pace the KMI keglus
t He struck out eight and walked
school plans first base for their I three. r

ojjonents the \e-No-Hi baseball SUMMONED PLUMBING

learn last Saturday dropped an Among those on the petit jury '

txtia-mnmg 7 to 6 decIsion to the Meet PostponedTo venire drawn for the spring term .. {

Venice Independents at the Venice of circuit court in Sarasota, which SHOP r,,
allow members to attend last .,
ball park. opened }etterda ', E. ;
> were A.
h nights Samuel Marti concert, the
The stole was tied at 6-all in meeting of the Women' Missionary Springstead of Osprey, Joseph Edwards I II Venice 2401''
the last inning ot the scheduled I ul \okomls and Walter B PROMPT
Society of the Venice Baptist SERVICE
"even-inning game, but the knot Surls! and George H Hauler of
was postponed to 8 p. m
was broken in the Independents Venice.
tomorrow Thursday night. It had
half of the
t eighth when Bobby been scheduled for last night. I 4f-lti i 4 t Q +44-0-444410-
Evans, sub left fielder, lashed outa VETERANS
Mrs. George Hauser, president, I

Keys two-base. Independents hit to score centerfielderwho Roland will preside, with Mrs. J, D, Stephens (Continued from page 1) "The Same Friendly Pre-War Sernct" ;

had got on fierst via an error, serving as program chairman Schhpman, Alfred W Keys, Robert I VENICE GARAGEAND
Theme of the
I I will
program W.
and then stole second. Curry, Ward E. Curry, James
be, 'Signs of
Spiritual Awaken-
Jimmy Keys and Start formedthe I Ing. B Haynes, William D Wheeler,

Independents' battery, with Ralph G. Simpson, and Walter R. ;
Edward Keys and James Franklin Wheeler. SERVICE STATIONStandard

hurling and catching, respective, Named Chairman Simpson was appointed to ob

fur the high school nme Floyd Johnson, president of I tain a list of all veterans residing Oil Products

Other players: High school, I J, and J Aircraft Inc. of Venice, i in this district, from the Sarasota '

Al Glenn Stephens, first base; Lee has been elected temporary chair draft board, and to mail cards to VENICE 2161 Venice Avenue and Tamiiml Trail DICK''

Barber, second base: Jack Landis, man of the newly-organized Sara- each veteran inviting him to join .

at short: Ted Mj ers, third base; Bus sota-Bradenton chapter of the National the local post. & ... . .... ..t "'r.t. .

ter Chenault Stevens center, right field field; Ernest, Howard Kap- Next Aeronautics meeting of association.the group will liiF .'....................................... .!...'!.....':...'.'.'......::,

lelman left field; Independents, be held at the Sarasota-Bradenton ..''

James Hightower, first base; Louis airport at 8 p. m next Friday All .'

Adorjan.) second base; Jack Lutz, men and women in this area interested (Continued from Page 1) ..''

shortstop; Bruce Murphy, third in flying are invited to "
ing .'
t base: Larry Chadwick, E Mi attend. was connected with .' sins
( Davids right field pharmacies in set.'...nt. .PI-.U_ .'
; Roland Keys, - 'UIIU. .' a NO
center field: Billy Hankins Bobby Train and BusSchedules cities, including! St. Petersburg, ..''
Evans and
left field Gainesville "
"' J. J. Joshart umpired the game. Lanier will\be In the local store ..''
AIRLINE: for the time
Phone J541 being, but expects to .'

1 VENICE POST OFFICE Leave Arrive TAMIAMI Northbound, ..,..TRAILWAYS. .10 6':SO 40 am.p.m. extended leave soon vacation with Mrs.When Lanier they on an ::: Prices 'Of AD

return -
Mr.. Dorothy SCHEDULE Htlils. postmaster Northbound Phone 2111 Southbound he plans to proceed with the ;: DRESSES HALTERS

20 12:>0 a,m, opening of the first addition to he ,
INCOM'ING MAIL S'20 am.. 1:21 a.m. contemplated drug :
m nt chain :
"am. lpm. &'20 a.m, 7:30 am. new store with he : HANDBAGS
10'15 slated
Sunday. 12 a.m. to be
(From nrl.\\'ood launched :
OUTGOING MAIL ) 11:00 a.m. before the end of the :: Reduced for'Clearance
':tS am. Iti: ; pm. 1\20 a.m. In :::::: location has year Exact
Sunday 1'10 pm. 12,6 p.m. yet been decided
4 ::
'Windows open: Parcel post and 1 60 p.m. (To Enalew16ood upon, he said, but it THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY
stamps a a m. 10 I pml 2 20 P.M will be In
order, s a.m, to 1:10 p.m. money Satur 4 10 p m. Sarasota county,
dan, all window, | a.m to 12.10 720pm. 4'40 pm.. Harry Jacobson 11
p m. 11 18 p.m. 6a0p.m connected with
7:10: pm. anier's here for the past Nestlewood Gift Shop
(Clip thl. out for m. three
refer9.15 C ) years, will continue '
to be with the VENICE
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M Helga Roess-Slede, Venice '
city clerk, today reminded Venetians -

that next Saturday, March \
30, is the last day they can pay ACTIVITIESExpansion !
u SQ es'
Ice Inlet their local personal property taxes ,, :\
without penalty. The taxes become of activities of the I \ a,,1 ;

delinquent April 1. J. and J. Aircraft Inc. of Venice, the Venice-Nokomls high school ,, -

which maintains headquarters at Miss Jewell Swain, elementary \\\\\ 1 ,
the Venice Airport, was announced supervisor for Sarasota county \\\ ,11':""

during the past week by the schools, will conduct the exami-
firm with the disclosure they Five
+r4,; Used Furniture of All Types have opened a branch office at available in this county this year. 1t

Highest Price; Paid the Sarasota-Bradenton Airport. Only two of these, however, are a '
Further expansion is plannedfor open to high school seniors. The

the near future, the company others have been allocated to college -
N having taken a lease on the air-
students-freshman, sophomore -
Dttslsa Cabinets Tanks Work Benches
ens Cupboards Shelving port at Punta Gorda.In and junior.
u rnlture Some Lumber addition to giving student The last Florida legislature

Instruction, operating an air provided 500 of the scholarshipsfor
I Ij
x '. Those J. McNeil Venice Phone 2682 taxi service, and providing han- citizens of this state who would
gar accommodations and gas and agree to prepare themselves for
oil facilities for private planes at the teaching profession. Each
the local airport, J. and J. is the
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.r. '""! scholarship is valued at $400 per
exclusive Ercoupe dealer for the for four
year years j
Gulf Coast territory from Bradenton Sarasota has also r
available ,
! er's Grocery I; to Fort Myers. one scholarship for a Negro student -

Three In Firm at the Florida A. & M. College -

,iOf., : Floyd Johnson is president of for Negroes. The examination -
t LAUREL the firm, Floyd Joyner Is general #
for this scholarship will be "
"' l'l. manager and Ed Denham, who
held at Sarasota high school on
; q ,Groceries and Meats i came out of the AAF last Octoberto April 12, too.
, ;; CjjpJK Join the company, is secretary-
In addition to the five teach
and treasurer. Joyner gives flying Instructions A, Jj
' r Firsts Vegetables ing scholarships for white stu- ..
from the Venice Airportand
dents, there also is a $200'house"
Denham furnishes a similar
v" Venice 2312
scholarship open to
service at the Sarasota-Bradenton
white students It
was providedby
Airport. Mrs Edith Davidson Is
the 1939 legislature. Students
--------------- the Venice
Johnson and office Joyner manager.took over may apply for both the "teaching"and We know how to rend that! yOur

Exclusive the operation of Venice Airport "house" scholarships, but can "DOUBLEACTION"Cleaning
accept only one, in case they
almost a year ago and are steadily I
GENERAL improving its facilities. It has a qualify. process makes

north and south runway of 3,500
feet, longer than the average-

ELECTRIC 'sized airport's runway, and, for YOUR SUPPORT Your clothes look lovelier when we
auxiliary use, an east and west Sanitone them because this exclu.

Appliances runway. WILL BE live,modem service goes fir beyond

The airport is located just off old-style dry cleaning. It njiunnattt -

Dealer For Venice the Tamiaml Trail, two blocks APPRECIATEDWILLIAM colors..takes out (II soils,

south of Venice Avenue, and is even perspiration ... restores orig.
inal texture and fie ., leaves
within only a few blocks of the notnceof
S APPLIANCES 'main Venice business district, "dty cleaning"odor.Com' t j
pare...next tune get your things
CeNlah and Nokomis Avenues Venice 2401
A. My Scholarship LAMAR

Examination tKte4e 01 01I

Set for April 12
% ; 40 pot?

Annual examination for teach-

r TICI ing scholarships for all eligible

f 0,r high school seniors and college STATE'SATTORNEY '
students of Sarasota county will

be held April 12 at the Sarasota '
high school, it was announced last
week by Verman Kimbrough, sup (Political Adv. Paid
March 30 is thet Venice 2671 Carl Obendorf
erintendent of public instruction. for by Friends)
Application blanks for the .

Day to Pay 1945 scholarships may be obtained at i
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Nassau at Miami Avenue .1

OF VENICE P Campbell Venice Crawford Pastor NoticeTO
10 a.m. bible data
Helps Roeu Siede, City Clerk 11 a.m. Morning aervlce
'30 p.m. B.Y.P.U.
7:30 p.m. Evening service
\\edneaday. 730 p.m., Midweek
prayer lervite ,,
:' VENICEWLAKADE Venice Venice Avenue those desiring to Build

Rev c. D. Jernigan, Pastor within the City Limits of
10 a.m. Sunday School
II a.m. Preaching. Venice Florida
7:30 p.m. 1'reachlng
Thursday, 7.SO p.m., Young People
Servlc. The City of Venice asks for your cooperation

AND VENICE CATHOLIC CHURCHGulf i in the enforcement of the Building Codes.
Theatre. Venice Avenue
GRILLFeaturlnla Vtnlct I Before work is started structure
Pev C L Inlander, Pastor any on any ,
I 30 a.m. Man j new or old, a permit must be applied for and passed

Famous ST.Riviera MARK'S St EPISCOPAL and Palermo CHURCH PlaceViniila upon by the Building Inspector. A'

MEXIHOT Pr Leonard Btryker Park Rector Electrical or Plumbing changes must be done j .
Barbecued 9 45 a.m. Sunday School.
11 am Sunday aervlce by a licensed person or company and no permit will t

Hamburgers Mark Tuesday Uulld, 2:30 p.m., meeting of St be issued for such work except where the owner is 'iI; '

and Hot DogsBOWLING VENICE.NOKOMIS METHODIST making his own changes. Licenses will be required ... .

CHURCH for all those doing contract work or those hiring men
Open 8 a. m. to 11 p. m. Bay Point Nokomis
F. A. Shipley Minister to work under them..
10 a.m Sunday School.
11 a.m. Morning Worahlpp .
7 pm.. Young Fellowship roup.Wtdnetday. For the minor points and regulations, we refer
T'30 m Evening Service
HOURS 7:10 p.m., Wld.week you to the Building Inspector, J. S. Wilkinson,
and vice.
prayer song
'WEEKDAYS 4 p. m. to 11 p. m. Phone 2049. <


SUNDAYS 1 p. m. to 7 p. m. Henry Johnson, Pastor FLORIDA
10 a. m. Sunday School; 11 a, m.
J. M. KEYS p, m Evening service; Wednesday 7 \
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Blalock ChosenTuberculosis RADIO SPEAKER
GroupVice.President Col. W. R. Grove of Laurel was

the invited guest speaker over the
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Sarasota Garden club's WSPB
James T. Blalock, Venice banker ((2o A Word. Minimum Charge part of the base and its facilities. broadcast last Sunday. .
last Friday night was elected 25o. Cash with Ad. Special Pending formal declaration of, I
Rates for Standing Adi)
peratingmorn vice-president of the Sarasota the field as surplus property, the
County Tuberculosis and Health C. of C. committee is investigating
4 tches ofgest association at its annual meeting FOR SACEFOR various suggested uses for all or

haul in Sarasota Col. A. J. Brandon of SALE-20 acre on hard-gurface part of the base. One suggestion GULFTHEAT.RE
ied I than 8,200 Sarasota was re-elected president.Mrs. Clark Road, high land, I mile from receiving special attention is that
Henry A. Adams of Nokomis Crescent Beach. Termi BoxLOST 82,
1 rth* Zest Coast Venice Fla. the portion of the field adjoiningthe
jrlBen punn. was named a member of Tamiaml Trail be acquired for

,dy 1 and Elwoodadwlck the executive committee. Amon & FOUNDLOST use as a trailer camp, inasmuchas
'r "c the directors chosen unanimously! the army-installed facilities and
Black portfolio containing
rtes; tin; retin were: Blalock, Mrs. Adams, Mrs. Maisonette- dress samples, personal buildings' in the area would makeIt VENICEBox
Vincent B. Dixon of Venice, RexH. papen Name Inolde. Reward Vlo
an good torla Decker care Bean Hotel, almost an ideal set-up for such Off its Open 7 P. M.
said Hardin, Nokomis, and HenryA. Venice. First Show Start 7:1. P. M.
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Adams, Nokomis. Adams also use.The Second Show Start S:49 P. M.
1 catch HELP WANTEDWANTED committee is composed of MATINEE SUNDAYBox
to the budget com
:e leis : the past was appointed Colonel Vincent B. Dixon, former Office Open 1PM.
mittee. HOUSEKEEPER, to live commanding officer of VAAF, Show Start I:IS P. M.
Chief speaker of the evenin on place Preferably middle-aged or
elderly unlncumbere lady who Richard H. Gedney, local real WEDNESDAY t THURSDAY
was Dr. R. D. Thompson, medical wants home with Income. Venice estate man, and County Commis- March V, 28
director and superintendent of the 2609
Y r sioner M. Cousins "INCENDIARYBLONDE"
r+fA vpttv 1> state tuberculosis sanatorium at WAITRESS WANTED, -hour day, ,-
Orlando, who explained the state day week U' tips. meal. Wood-
art*, Venice 1481
REGISTRATIONVoters Bttty Mutton Arturo DiCordova
board's plan to establish four ad-
ditional sanatoriums in Florida. FRIDAY A SATURDAY
of Sarasota who
LIQUORContinued March It, .0
The Orlando sanatorium would have not registered In the pri- "HIDDEN EYE"
have its bed capacity increased by mary election books have only
200, he said, and would remainthe ( from Page 1) until April 20 to do so and thus Edward Arnold

S surgical center. bought the Percy Crosby home on qualify to cast ballots in the May SUNDAY March 31 A, MONDAY April 1
Next meeting of the county Venice avenue, asked that the city Democratic primaries. This reminder -
board will be held at 3:30: p. m haul away a large pile of tree was issued yesterday by "OUT OF THISWORLD"

April 11, at a location to be announced runings he had stacked on the W. T. Dixon, county supervisor of

later. parkway in front of his property registration, at whose office in the Veronica Like Eddie Bracken

Earlier, Murphy had asked that county court house at Sarasota vot- TUES. WED. THURS.
CONFERENCEWith city equipment and workers bused ers may register. Anyone in doubtas April 2, S, 4

Dr. Harry H. Waller, to mow the lawn on the to their voting status should "FRONTIER GAL" 1
Tampa district superintendent, a. contact Dixon's office for
and thus whathe -
property, Yvonne Di Carlo Rod Cameron
job guest speaker, the quarterly conference declared "has been an eyesorefor .
: of the Venice-Nokomis
be the past 15 years" He offered --- -- --- _u _
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Methodist Church was held last I
to pay for having the work
night at the church. A
done and the council told him to
buffet served, with the
pay the city clerk $3. for eachof
) r committee in charge including Mrs. two lots and Joseph Edwards, Dr. Talmadge S. Thompson, M. D. i
Bruce Rigby, chairman; Mrs. M.
Mmenteds city street foreman, would mow
Cousins, Mrs. Ben Dunn, Miss AnnouncesNew ;
) them.
Helen Duncan, Mrs. J. T. Blalock, Offers to Pay Office Hours I

Bruce Rigby and T. J. Gibbs Murphy also offered to pay the MON., WED, FRII ..12, I:30.S:30

city for hauling the tree prunings TUES., THURS., SAT.. '.12 ONLYNo

away, but Councilman George
Sunday AppointmentsPHONES 1
Higel, in charge of public works,
: Office 2842 Home 11S1
Live In Florida
Immediately objected, maintainingthat
the present force of city VENICE, FLORIDA 1
Distinction to Live In Venice"H. 1t
AllA workers cannot pick up such pri- i t

vate prunings and do their regular
work, too. Mayor Clyde V. Higel

Realtor also objected, declaring it was too

much to expect the city to haul "Lanier'i Variety Will Have It" i
such trash "10 miles to the gar-
Murphy insisted the city should
.famiaml Trail Meets the Open Gulf
dD such work and charge for it,
I adding that the city has, in the

past, collected such trash without 5 lb. 8 lb. 10 lb. 20 lb. .

". charging for the service. Mushroom
; Mayor Higel, however, reiterated j
$2.25 $2.25 $3.25 $5.75We
his belief that such work j

E LAUNDRY "should be done by private parties,
u not the city," and the councilmen, Carry Marine Paints and FittingsLanier's !

with only Dr. T. S. Thompson

RY CLEANERS SERVICE i absent, agreed without a formal Variety Store i

: vote that such would be the policy VENICE 1

"Locally Owned" : from now on.KMI. .

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Venice' Avenue 4 ClippingsBy
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VENICE 2941 Bill Miller

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+ : CADET CORPS, through the

courtesy of the Sarasota Junior
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Chamber of Commerce and Joe

Cronin, manager of the Boston 1
+ You'll Like Our Fountain Specialty! /
Red Sox, went last Saturday afternoon -

DOUBLEDIPICE to witness an exhibition

game between the Boston Red Sox

CREAM MALTED and the Detroit Tigers.

SODAS and MILKS program, Edward Brigham, basso-

Breakfasts Lunches Dinners profundo, entertained the corps

Box' Lunches Put Up To Take Outard's with a musical-dramatic recital
last Sunday night His selections

Luncheonette included works by Shakespeare,
Holmes and Kipling. Of his varied We Carry A
Inll VENICE Venice 8481
song selections, outstanding were,
"The Danube River", "The Croco- Complete Line '

dile", and "My Little Mohee", a ofGroceries
Kentucky folk song


: met two teams last week, and, ,

er Garage being twice defeated, raised their Fresh Fruits and Vegetables

1,4 number of losses to three; The

first match, played with St. Petersburg .

: NOW OPEN was lost 11-2. The team

then consisted of Jim Head, Dick VENICE FOOD SHOP
AND TRAILERS STORED Vinton, Roy Wells, and Bob Sharp.

FOR THE SUMMER Later in the week when they met VENICE l

Fort Myers, the team, consisting '

Modem Fireproof Garage of Dick Vinton, Jack Cordes, Roy Feed and Fertilizer H. S. Bowden, Ownerc' t
VENICE Tells, and Bob Sharp, was down- t
ed 11-7.

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I tion as now in effect. .

NO HI JUNIORS )1 REDISTRICTING Nothing in said : .

that the districts as

. PRESENT PLAY FRIDAY : ORDER STYMIEDC near are not as It equal is practicable in :

j The ,unio'r Llasr t., H ul Sc o 1 ++ ill present that end,' as adjudged

"" 1 n (('u: p Pala : ;+ : a sc h a 1 : :. : .u Fr. 'ai + ( 'itinued from page 1) Florida supreme court I

;'IIil' !f., .!' r .,' L i '. ,iI : ) ,.. ,,; S h p m |cision filed February 22, ,
: -- --. '1 ,:l 'C't.l: I :,-I MO I I'II 1 1 One depriving Sarasota city re i- like litigation originating 'I'

111111511 ':.:' 11 ,.":1j' till bH< nk jii: dents of adequate repie entatnn .Beach county, contended admlUin.'i'I :

:\ !.!. Li> (Jack Lan
M ULLIGA M !ll. .' FudJ) who have the loval In their motion to quash that I argue that the census 1
I! ilL 8 order, the communion-
By C. H W. I.: ot-too-bright councellorsKbov February 1945 have not been re ;

(Evelyn Anderson) Chick. ers, including :'01. Cousins ofenicc 'nounced and until this is

Lu:lie Boone) Came. I Mary \' argue that the writ does (present board does not : : ,(
: :lI111,i lMPj.1.1 )
Adams.. and Rocky. ,June Ch 1- not affirmatively show that said 'pendable data upon

Cue; ': Jack ',\ hen he h'lUme\l crs '. The bent are Charley horse conformable redistricting action.
k districts are not ri W any
h,> iota Were mil !:,> l h"iKi'. Ch. MIVvrn ) .ud! :Mike (Ja
,,10 the !I'rOI.n. > of the constitu Butler, reported as 'il
too i Lanai I

i Said he, "Hue .* u,,i' ::'ulli.at I The lust season u the camp to, -- --- --'oJ

.tell' .....jl ,, i- when the wealthy MiU > I 1 f,<

:. 1', '. either (Florence T,,\1 1ei ],'1 II it,

11., :,' the: 1Jl'I Ia' : tl .1, >')u,l ,.' : of Hammv and i (l"1.L'' .

F.I >t w.itg ill ,. it: oi mud'' III.' if the cimpeis snit I!'c > .,..d 1

I' :Vi tomato. Ill)ji ,net led; 11..11 whose diuate.i' cd. lied

,0e..,.ca e (;U.-' .. little hejit. 0 :!hl parent of most of' ::lie ,.' '.Cl, IMPORTANTnil

campers- arrhen te' rem: 'I i l.cI

i'eaa and: cord uud i.U I':, gum c!::Wren. Their going lid H! 1\..:.
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rump for good .n" : a ? :
l' ..,: r" ,, '.,e ll't. 11 ny. 1 .gethei with ;hat J,, .H ANNOUNCEMENT
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:c II not
coil b.o: daring counedl'\I: t.as:

: I 1.nd a war to pro cm this! tram aJ

They bout very long to wut happening Then :Mi Vrcta'uHershel' : BUFORD MERRITTJust ri
When it was dune. they! ate and .
\\ester .111 i H'> He tan :>

ate. 1, assistant director i c'1 the Atl..'
ri !Said Jack t<. Jinlei they were Back From 18 Months' Service Overseas Has Reassumedment
Picture company and! is 1'KIl1' t !Ilan'

h through for a location to shoot some
Nothing can beat good n:allifanstew I scenes. The real action .t"r'.f camp i of LANIER'S FOUNTAIN. He Will Be Glad To Welcome W*:
'," u<
Hamm Merr\\\eaher (Larry and Old Friends And Promises All A .'

$coggins ) if kidnapped Mr ey

Aferryw eather: temporarily insane
(No moral hen rte man to show goes '
; 1 and Mike and B LObci ",:'t NEW FINER FOUNTAIN
It's Jot our way to let you know SERVICE'It
How com we figure that'I" can engaged: It all adds up to an er-

Call this here column ]o>able evenings! entettam ici, We Serve / ICE CREW

GYVTV u'It'LLI.1 I Anyone desiring reserved sea:s w Mt "I

for the performance ." ,."C'1 tc BREAKFASTS out (I SODA!CI
call the high school Venice .8b:. LUNCHES 111MALTED0
c mean to viler
you you see
and a student will :... SU
A '1' : I
literary pot pourn: DINNERS R fT

Some thing old ana Mane things I tickets
new. AT TABLES i

A coin stl just like VENETIANS NAMED or SANDWt',
new ')), "Z-h,1liaan'l Dr. TalmadGe S The' ; ".. : FOUNTAIN s OF ALL Ilt;.01

Venice has been name % 'cr\con in

Now, Mr John C. Roth ot Venice ; the executive boars of .nc r ilentlv l

and Jackson Heights, :\. Y"\\\ formed Sarasota C. ....I,'

it a subscriber any editor would chapter of theme .ia:, Cr ,t; PRESCRIPTIONS ZENITH RADIO.el

put right up at the top of his list. society, which has :Mi:'. T,':n. e,.:,
He writes In part: ":Mr \, G.I I Filling Your Authotltdand
ler of Sarasota as county lC''!:.: 'j. Carefully We Are Now An l;
Beattie of Venice '.
va> kind enough
to mail me a cop: of vourenice I der. Mrs Thompson .s eu .... Accurately Is the Most Important Zenith Radio Dealer 7

Gcndo::er.' I want to wish you a the chapters advisor .!'. ", Part of Our Business.
lot of with
succe It. Mrs Roth 1

and I have been coming \'eruce. south last Monda:: Ana he -\.1 This Sign I' ON DISPLAY HERE Soap

lor tevertleaii now. Our how se 3 c Mark Fish "HI B,. \ .:. Your Guarantee isor
is located on Nassau and Salerno I
\+'a* his uncle and had .\-1 II
attest (the old D:. Shelby house). Quality To The People of
%H as a :Marine C. : IILANIER'S
Some day we hope) to retire then 1 "

I am enclosing creek for S3 toui : :mujci! Pacific sitar theatre quite some ot icratiMei :.me!. :n'e is Proud to Be a Member ENGLEWOOD

one year's subscription to : tioned of the Famous Rexall
that Ba \ win h:.<: Family. And Other Nearby Communit>
your publication. If the extra 50
married '
a Sarasota "
:b girl the is -
tents does not cover the cost of I mer Jane Bond and they wend re We Have Been On the RexaU Honor We Will Gladly Handle A"r I

(mailing please let me know a Roll for the U. Telephone Or MI''!. s
now living in Lot Anj e e.. where wt Three Years Mail to By ,
I will
send ,
you ai additional check he is in nosiness (rclrnc.lse o You POltage Prepaid ,
I :s-
promptly. For the time being at''
tribu'iont, with his i :ther .
6' east, the $2,50 per year subscription
;1 -j \\ ithin less than 36 hours, the local ,
price coven cut-of-ttate pos t- gendarmes e
twice were ask
ate. too so we are refunding 50
to notify transient visitors Easter
cents to :.Ir. Roth and expressing hereof Sundayis
deaths in their families
our appreciation of his considerteness up
1 Sunday morning! the Puma
And we might mention Gorda
trailer camp called Chief
. In
passing that The Gociolier's
n- Gerry Pestotmk
and asked
iI him to
Subscriber No 1 Is Frank
"! C. Green, who signed on the dotted watch Mrs Howard the highway for a Mr, and April 21 -a

;"J line five Darke, who were
dan before \ol 1, driving in this direction /
N'". 1 came off the unaware
" : press that a death1 telegram had We Have \ j jA
School closes May 31 this year In for arrived Already Received
:< them only a few' Z
this minutes
y part of Florida.
R Reopens after they had Large 'j[
, it cmetime early In September in Gorda left Punta Supply of Easter
-.t. Pestotnik
succeeded in
; case You're maldni vacation plans spotting their Candy. More ..
car as it Is
already Doc Thompson brand went Arriving ''
through Venice ,
and Informed ,
new blue Plymouth ( themof From fLANIIK'i!" "
we think
, first 1946 ), the message. And late :Mondaj' Day to Day.
car to be delivered
I this area, provokes night, while Officer Louis Ad or-

r ', Mous glance as it many flits an en- Jan was on duty, an undertaker in
i around
town That Salamanca, N Y., telephoned
concrete block
: lice headquarters here, with Doa
going up at the
: comer of similar
., Tamiami Trail and Treasure message for a Marshall
.j I Is- Eckenrode
land road about a mile temporary guest at the
south of
Venice trailer camp Eveljn
i Osprey, is being built by S T Baker
. Deans, It will be a service station and Arita Graves, of the
: Nestlewood Gift Shop, tried
f. to be opened about April 15 luck their
" fishing off the El Jobean
i Deans, discharged from they air bridge
over the
corps in February, was stationedat week-end
Got 23
VAAF trout and were pleased as Rexall
nearly all of 1944 One
result was that he married a local Evelyn and Arita, together
' girl, Mary Blackburn with Mr. and Mrs W, L. Baker
{ if any KMI cadets or faculty Victor are entertaining Mr. and Mrs' DRUG .,081'Post

members recall an ex-Kaydet by M. Cousins Semones this and !Mr and Mrs, .

name of Mason Baldwin, about a their Armada Friday night at
1940 graduate? Happened head home Sort of Office
pick a birthday Arcade !
y up a hitch-hiking sailor heading mones, Evelyn party uncle for Jeweler, Se- VENICE Phone