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: April 3, 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
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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: UF00079934:00008
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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is the last "free distribution" issue of The Gondolierand

: M E 500 extra copies have been printed in order that everyone INLAND WATERWAY ROUTE

may have an opportunity to mail the paper to friends and

: POST.ornuiapplicatioei relatives in other states. WITH CANAL THROUGH VENICEMaps

: We think everyone will understand that subscriptionsare

: ,iI : .. necessary if any newspaper is'to survive and we hope
' for a char that all of you who believe a good newspaper is an asset to showing the approximate route of the proposed Inland
for: A total American Legion Waterway along the Gulf coast, including the contemplated canal I
any community will support that belief by subscribing now,
t, U1)det"ttiir of "NOVEL connecting Lemon bay and Venice bay, were received last Monday .I
before it mind to The Gondolier.For
slips .
your -
t, WM nadtfthia week by vet- by Sarasota county
01 of ttit'jtotrict,'after a meet our part, no one realizes better than we do how much The maps came from Col. A. B. Jones, district.U..S. army ... I

held".*.;Thursday night in The Gondolier can be improved. We can only say that it will engineer, tnrougn J. H Mann, jr, I

nmuntty,hall," 'above the Gulf be our constant endeavor to make your "Gondolier" a bigger Englewood C. of C. of St. Petersburg, president of the
itrt la,Venice.' Florida West Coast Waterway association I
and better paper as the weeks go by.
To Hold Election I
.t'that meeting Ralph G. Simpoommander -
the and number of
a mimed Frankly, size advertisements necessarily Commissioner M. Cousins of
W pro Meeting TonightAnnual
L i Of#4 tamr organization, with determine the size of any newspaper. That holds true Venice said the county board in

snag ;A jWrede. being chosen with The Gondolier, too, and it may be that we cannot makeit meeting of the Englewood the near future will name an engineer -

,''portff' .tacrcttry.he .. larger for some time yet. Being new, The Gondolier does Chamber of Commerce, to to contact property owners
' be featured by the election of four involved to ascertain how much
fiaoat:'IQOVIOL"pronounc"aoliai"visa' not yet receive any advertising from outside sources and not
directors for three-year terms, they will ask for rightsofwayand
chosen after until have 52 consecutive will be eligible
we published
issues we
will; banks for the canal
slderaW .discussion. It be held tonight at the Pioneer spoil
ti the JkttUl* fatten of the repre-five for the relatively profitable "legal" advertising. (Community) clubhouse. The through their holdings.

imutUttM |B the territory from Most weekly newspapers, even a casual inspection will meeting and election will follow a Myakki Route I

ich.thuipea1'Legion post will disclose, derive much of their income from those two sources. covered dish supper, to be servedat Although a route which would

W It* flfetim* --Nokomis, Os- That same casual inspection would show that few weeklies the hall at 6 p. m Involve linking up the Myakka :

Y, -'"Venice, It Englewood, and have as great a percentage of their local merchants advertising The nominating committee has river with Venice bay has been t

Irel.:: 441,. YY< in their columns as The Gondolier has. offered the following members as urged, the latest report of the army
''-4 Obi"rter toont candidates for election: Mrs. Ed- engineers embodied a recommen- I
: U expected that it will re- We can only say that we realize how unusually cooperative win Engle, Dr. Mary Green, Colonel dation that the Venice district section -

.about.at*:'weeks' before a our advertisers have been and are, and that we are grateful Graham, and J. D. Tate. of the waterway run from J

rter,if'issued officially to the It furnishes just one more example to support the contention President Guy Cm'wood and Lemon bay north, paralleling the 1

il groups;; according' to H. N. that the Venice-Nokomis-Laurel-Osprey-Englewood sec Secretary Leo Kropp of the coast a short distance inland from .
id" WimHten and Captain Hi- chamber urged that all membersand the shoreline.
tion of Florida's Gulf Coast is truly a district anyone can be
1 i Ide;; 'Venetians who are their friends attend the meet- At present, this section of the
rid .War: veterans belonging proud to call "home. ing, which will be followed by a Inland Waterway to the north e

Sarasota fBao',Post No. 30 of program especially arranged for starts at Venice Inlet. ;

Legion and\ who aided the the occasion Four other counties, besides
rId War U vett here in or- Louise Burtis ChosenTo In addition to Curwood and Sarasota, are directly involved in

izing'the locafpoftnder' Kropp, holdover members of the the proposed new waterway link

r Legion,,,rules, all mem- Head Women's Club board of directors are Roy Bas- Pinellas, Manatee, Charlotte and
s i of the aeWvPOit who attend tedo, Perry Tuman, William Helm, Lee.

first,"focaltof'at which the Charles Fitter, Frank Welde, Otto of all five countiesare j
Mrs. Louise Burtis, winter visitor from Cincinnati, Ohio, who has
ter It :presented for signing, been quite active in club affairs, is the new president of the Venice- Gottfried, treasurer, and E. J. to estimate the cost of acquiring \

par,die dues at that time,, Nokomis Women's club. Newman in their respective counties the l

I 'become ; ',charter members," Mrs. Clyde V. Higel, retiring president, turned the gavel over areas needed for rights-of-way and i

nl'4eri. to Mrs. Burtis last Wednesday when the organization held its twentieth KMI Cadets On spoil banks, and then forward '
r..n' ',:tJ' continue with or- birthday luncheon in the clubhouse -- Way Back To then estimates to Mann
iza' and discuss plans at Nokomis. To Prorate Cost i'

future. fUel, another meet- Other officers for the coming Arcadians Pledge Kentucky TodayBy Mann will total the estimates, .

, to 1s .ell-veterans of thertcf' year are: Mrs. Sonia Terry, first Strong SupportFor BILL MILLER then prorate the cost of the land
those five coun-
will be held vice-president; Miss Mary Smith, purchase among
in Communityaeation second vice-president; Mrs. Eu- Venice Road "Government Inspection," the ties and Hillsboiough county, 'i
1 h will start at big event of the year for KMI, which, while not actually touched '
gene Maier, secretary-treasurer, Wholehearted support for the
started last Sunday afternoon at Continued on back page)
I p sx; and Mrs. Edith Hulen, member- Venice-Arcadia highway was voiced ( j
3:45 with a review and inspectionby
ship chairman Monday by leading Arcadians,
r nine army officers. The offi- Fire Chief Warns
>, ors Togs Mrs Albee Honor Guest reported Walter B. Sheehan, sec- cers who reviewed the corps were

Mrs. Fred H. Albee, founder and retary of the Venice-Nokomis Colonel Crawford, Colonel Pickett, Trash Burners

first president of the Women's Chamber of Commerce on his re- Lt. Col. Smalley, Lt. Col. Lyons, Must Get PermitAfter
IL riding club, was honor guest and princi- turn from a visit to Arcadia. Major Momm, Major Guletsky,

wt'commissioners pal speaker at the final luncheonof i "Everyone with whom I talked Major Grieves, Major Slade, and Venice fire department

to proceed the current season. She gave a i was very enthusiastic over the ad- Major Netterblad. Although sev- apparatus was called to Venice Inlet .
resume of the club's activities durIng vantages of the shorter road urgedby eral favorable comments were last Friday night by a report
with redistrict-
nission dis- the past 20 years, relating our Chamber of Commerce," given, the official result will not that a brush fire there was out of
many interesting anecdotes.Mrs. said Sheehan." be announced for several months control, only to discover it was
a court ruling
nded down on Albee had just returned to Philip Anderson, president of On Monday, the group examinedthe simply a case of the brush being
her Nokomis home from Colonla, the Arcadia Chamber of Com- school in tactical problems, burned without a permit Fire .
h a recently '
|ve mandamus N. J. She plans to remain here for merce, said he believes the new with aa attack and defense problem Chief J. D. Stephens Issued the .
the next few weeks. highway would be of great benefit in the afternoon. On Tuesday following warning:
i to do so
Next meeting of the Venice-No- to both cities, Sheehan reported morning theoretical tests were "The law requires that anyone
actual district komis Women's club is scheduled Anderson said, "We shall given, and the board left at 11:45. burning trash or brush within the

jiup, it was re- for November 13, the second Wed- be glad to co-operate in every The cadet corps today is home- city limits of Venice first obtaina
M Cou-
ner nesday of that month. way to hasten construction of the ward bound, prior to its final ses- permit from the fire chief.
I yesterday, the sion in Kentucky. They will have "The fire department will glad-
new highway"P
I hold a series ol 11 days at home before reportingback ly co-operate in such cases, if 1:,
give citizens innty Special Lenten P. Speer, city recorder of
| to make
to the school. The corps necessary standing by
Arcadia and past president of the
an oppor- Musical ServiceAt leaves Venice this morning by certain the fire does not spread out
Chamber of Commerce, said that \
special train, via the Seaboard of control, but we must insist that
4 P..M. TodayA Arcadians would be frequent
ting, Chairman Railway citizens obtain permits first.
ed all mem- visitors to Venice, especially in 't
special Lenten musical service summer, to'swim and fish, when
ion Frank
; will be presented this after- road He told
the new was opened.
five assistant
and Thomas L.rd's ,. noon at 4 o'clock at St. Mark's Sheehan that at present all the SUBSCRIPTION ORDER

Episcopal church.Dr. lake resorts crowdedand
attorneys, t
e redistricting Leonard ;lrker will con- that he believed that many Chamber of Commerce Bldg.,
duct the service, with Lota Mun- Arcadians might purchase property Venice, Florida.

dy, violinist, presenting the musical in Venice if the new highwayis .
the commis-
on of the Please send me THE VENICE GONDOLIER for one
the alternative portion program, as built.

board to pro'redistricting follows: Nate E. Reece, Sr., and Glenn R. year ($2.50) or three months ($1)
onon" Sonata, by Porpora; The Lar- ,Ebersole of the newspaper, The (Check which)

basis has ghetto from Beethoven's Violin 'Arcadian, said that the new road (All subscriptions must be paid in advance)
w. The "equalredistricting Concerto; Andante from Ascen- i would be a boon to Arcadians, ,"

sion Sonata, by Burleigh; offertory and urged Immediate action in Name
i v
city virtually Andante Cantabile, by .recommending its construction to ','

the board of Tschaikowsky.The I.the state road department, said Address .

public is invited to attend. Sheehan. ,,;t .t.j


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If Ii{ Venice Is Definitely .t


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.ij i NOW is the time for the wise investor to acquire -

holdings in Venice and vicinity.IF .

'; you are interested in home, business, bay-
I front beach
property in business
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: this area of Florida's famed

1,1If, Gulf Coast it will
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I've seen quite a few places in the Lemon Bay Women's who was re-elected corresponding : j
U. S. and here in Italy, but none YMF SALVAGE secretary, and Mrs. Leroy Bastedo, :

of them compare with Venice,- Club To Hold i renamed treasurer. '

"Sincerely yours, Mrs. Wetherall will be guest of
Meeting Friday ]
r "Wayne Elliott, Pfc." SALE STILL ON I honor at the luncheon.Englewood .

Italy, Young Elliott gave his addressas With Dr. Mary Green, recently' ,:
Gondolier : "Pfc. Wayne Elliott, 44112853, P.-TO. A.
Lieut. Richmond W. Cox, Jr., re-elected president, in charge, -
3271 Ord. Base Depot Co., A.P.O.
youth salvage officer at Venice Army Air next luncheon meeting of the
Election Today ,
armed 782, c/o P.M.'New York, N. Y." ,
y Field, this week announced that Lemon Bay Women's club will be
s: T3';the letter the salvage section of the base is held in its Englewood clubhousethis Officers of the Englewood Par- $

Two Hurt In still offering lots of salvage and coming Friday, April 5, at I ent-Teacher association will be '

yDT of the newly Freak MishapIn surplus property for sale to the p.m. elected at the meeting being heldat

Gondolier yes- public by means of the informal In addition to Dr. Green, the 3 o'clock this afternoon at the
y mother,(11 a/Lucille a freak accident occurringon sealed bid method. club's officers are: Mrs. Emily school. Mrs. Ernest Croxon is the

tt'et "" office, the Tamiaml Trail about one "These lots of government prop- Merryman, first vice-president; present president of the organi .,.

lt that lflLP'butI, mile north of Osprey last Satur- erty are open for bid and Inspec- Mrs. Fred Bierce, second vice- zation.

ffwm t soldier day night, two Sarasotans were tion from 10 a. m. to 3:30: p. m. president; Mrs O. E. Ryon, recording Mrs. Katherine Blackshear, of
tf injured. They were James Boone daily, except Saturday and Sun-: secretary, who succeededMrs. the Florida Power and Light

wet esice and and Burton Clemmons.The day," Lieutenant Cox said. "All May Wetherall, who movedto Company, will speak on, "Light- .
,raw tared thelam sheriff's office reported it persons desirous of inspecting and Sarasota; Mrs. Guy Curwood, ing for Home and School. ,

very was informed the two men were I bidding on any of this property ,
to Venice Is pro- hurt when their car turned over should contact the Base Salvage

Md When I am several times after it lost a wheel Section, VAAF, for complete Information MUSIC PIANO Taught Children In Your- Own Adults Homo
114tlmy. I In- while passing another automobile and details." I VIOLIN
tit permanent home The machine was virtually de- ALPHA INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 619 Harbor Drive, Venice
The officer emphasized that the
to the molished.
army articles up for sale are offered in
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items. He explained this was the :
procedure for two principal rea- "The Same Friendly Pre-War Service" i.

G sons, first it is the army's general '
: Furniture GARAGE
H : of All Types policy not to compete against VENICE ,
Highest Prices Paid dealers in making individual sales, ANDSERVICE

and, secondly, sale of the articlesby
individual pieces would involvetoo STATION ;

' ar HIM Cabinets Tanks Work Benches long a time to dispose of the
ir',Iw VsA eCana_ Cupboards Shelving -- surplus and salvage material. Standard Oil Products
"nirnlture Some Lumber Among the articles currently being -
Venice Avenue and Tamlaml Trail
offered, he said, are: Small
/e. ('
A Those Phone VENICE 2161 DICK RICH
J. McNeil Venice 2682 hand tools; office supplies, includ-

ing stationery and pencils; pho-

tographic equipment; aeronautical
equipment, such as instruments,
r, .. fl.f t.f and general miscellaneous equip- THACKER AND VAN GILDER ,
,:...A '"" Live In Florida ment, including shovels, grates and
't'A stove pipe.Cancer
.);,lr, !r/ Distinction to Live In Venice A
#":. Ambulance Service "
Group to
,Y H. N. WIMMERSRealtor

Meet in Sarasota Day or Night

Thursday NightWith I

, ftjt 3' '6 VENICE FLORIDA all interested persons in 142 North Orange Ave. Phone Sarasota 2051 j
the southern section of the county
r amlaml Trail Meets the Open Gulf "Serving Sarasota County For More Than 30 Years" 1
invited to attend a meeting of the

t, Sarasota chapter of the National 1J J
Cancer association will be held in
I' the Sarasota Chamber of Commerce \ / NAVEN'T ATNNG 1I
rn', t I building tomorrow, Thursday TO WEAR I

PALMGRILL I night at 8 o'clock '
I Mrs. Malcolm Smith of Tampa, GET /N'L/NE YOU j

I state commander, will be the principal j
op I speaker at the meeting,
I which will be in charge of Mrs. I
"Home Cooking"Open 10 / GOTTA NAVE
e I S P. Clement. Mrs. Tom Butler .
I is commander of the Sarasota MY PANTS

I chapter, which is co-operating
7 A. Mt9 2 pM. with other throughout
evil atTafmiaml Trail I chapters
t r S P. M. to a P. M.
1 ,y I the nation a special campaign
p gN Oe Closed Saturdays all during April to educate the

l general public in the latest meth-

ods of cancer control, diagnosisand

SFL Y treatment.VISITORSMiss

Klein Staten of Thomas- t 11 r

te at 110 M.P.H. With Safety ville, Ga., and Mrs. Frank Statenof
r< ,M Atlanta, Ga., are visiting Mrs. BEAT THAT EASTER RUSH'M
Ibis Only In Ereoupe Airplane
J. T. Blalock of Venice.

When you think of the happiness tel olAesegRet!
A .w,, your Easter Seals can bring,

FHORIZED ERCOUPE DEALERS all of a sudden your heart will

SARASOTA 6308 sing.


Package Department WILL BE

IMPORTEDSpanish THIS WEEK Yes, we know it is an old itory WHY Wl IANITONI YOUR CLOTHES

but true. There is more cleaning *Sava ClMha. i,
Sherries and than ever before, and less help as ft Kaimm up la 50% nor "':.,. } ,
Ports ft Keep colon new looking ,
Portuguese time goes on. It will be worse when ft ROMIU proper ua md thapt t-
i Merlto No. 120 SHERRY 'It N oble press""' 6"". ,. .ft
the Easter Rush -
Fifth 12Merita LAMAR starts. III
If you Daren't tried our Samtone service, r
s Cocktail SHERRY You can help yourself and do .0 novel! See for yourself :thai Saniloneprolong :.
Fifth ".25 the life of fabrics
Merlto No. 120 PORT, ROSE help us .if you will please make thorough cleaning.Tenure your and softness by more are
Fifth '1.85 a clothes inventory and inspection preserved like Mw by Sanitone Color bril
Merlto Ruby PORT, once la restored,area in your old,worn fu.
Fifth '1.75 FOR right now and let us have every manta Free stays in longer because natural
resiliency of the sloth ia retained.Theee .
garment that needs cleaning today. are factl. nut mere claims ,
: nu sx ,,rally can sae and feel the duf.......
OPICALfCocktail STATE'SATIORNEY Thank you, very much. t r it toH vl

fCocktail Venetian CleanersVenice
(Political Adv. Paid
t.Venice Avenue Venice for by Friends)

2671 Carl Obendorf'


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-I al bean the date, "1787." On 1U Kaydet Nine Wins

VENICE GONDOLIER front is the likeness of one of Over Ve-No-Hi, 7-0

". but I will/ Jack's ancestors with the accompanying ?fie Kaydet baseball team walk- ReUCCUS4e
i "/ do not agree with a word you say
it."-VOLTAIRE inscription, "John ed off with its third victory of the '
defend with my life your right to say _
'I I Iron Master." The reverse !season Tuesday, March 28, by defeating -

\ I, Published every Wedne.d.y.Venice.' Florid Editorial Telephone cff.ci, Venice VENICE Chamberof 2381. side of the medal depicts a man the Venice-Nokomis high M
Commerc. Building. Classifiedt forging iron with an old-style school, 7-0. Jerry Schaeffer hurled
Subscription rates: One year, $2.SO: three advertising month II.rates upon drop forge That particular for the victors, striking out seven
.j advertising' rate: 2 cent per word. iplsy
"John Wilkinson" was honored and walking one, while Edward
J CARROLL H. WILLIAMS ........ ........ .. .......... Editor and Publisher after he went to France in 1775 Keys did the pitching for Venice- dy'j'
and taught the French how to Nokomis, making no strikeoutsand ;r

i ...ade a special point of saying nice 1 bore cannons, and shoot them, and walking none. COUNnlCtuai
'I j things about The Gondolier and later Invented the puddling fur-: No runs were made until the COMMlSSlcf Pol
MULLIGAN : I I us during her talk at the luncheon 'nace, according to the British edi- third inning, when KMI walked
; meeting of the Venice-Nokomis tion of the Encyclopedia Brittanica I over Venice-Nokomis by scoringfive 4oft"He
i i Women's club last Wednesday Venice's John Wilkinsongot times. KMI's other two runs is a'Pt'
generation'' the medal from his grand- came In the sixth tnd seventh in- oma I rand
Handed down from
Wilkinson mother and his Ion John Sydney, I nings. deserves cars
to generation in the t 10
I family, and always from a "John now seven years old, is next in i The starting lineups for each of Gt
: W..klnson' to the next in line line to get it. I the teams were as follows: tinued in offict" the'
: possessing the same given name, I..h Smith C James Franklin
a a legendary medal currently is; You wouldn't kick a crutch out i Jem Schaeffer P Edward Key lOW,
in the possession of Venice's city|from under a cripple, but you can I Mill..i. can CamlTun)Mctr tnd lit Glenn le St..ph..naJ. Barbnur (Port ell Ahl'\" ant
bon :rag inspector, Jack Wilkin- help straighten that twisted leg so J hn Ciirln t>3 Jack Land Pad' for by r.rhjVe
I I I. nnld Ihrnoneth Srd Ted Uyer
scn Reputedly struck in a mint that the crutch won't be neededby Hill Rohde RF Oven ConmayMike '
Rush CF Howard Chenault ; paand
mm cooper ctln metal, the med-i purchasing Easter Seals. C Stub Ray LF Claude Steven jo


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I cn:1not"llk. I cannot run, I !
While other c.u] len have their
} tun I I P*i
I watch them ana I softly pray
;.f That God Kill make me veil some :


So I can' join them itheir play I I [roam ti

An Easter Seal'i a tiny thing, +
But, oh, the joy that it can bring waw
To crippled children everywhere,

1 It spells prtj er.the answer to their I IXo. A Highly Medicinal Water Known Throughout The United States !I t,

that's not another one of Its Great Curative Powers

our "pom..." We don't know who
wrote It. It was sent to ui by Russell ,
Kay, secretary of the Florida
Press association, who Is serving Hundreds of people have declared by letter and otherwise as to its

a. publicity chairman for the Flor-
,'. ida Association for C ip pled Chil- great benefits in the treatment of stomach disorders, rheumatic conditions

-, dicn. Tampa dung the current
Easter Seal sale , We have another Arthritis, eczema, skin diseases and a perfect laxative. TEMPERATURE l
i short "pome." sent to us bya
Venetian but well cave it for OF WATER IS 85 DEGREES AT ALL TIMES. -
',j next week. One bit of verse per iii
I 4 column should be enough. we
':';' figure , You may be Interested For
,"t to know The Gondolier already ; hundreds of years, down through countless genera-
has subscribers from California to
S Connecticut Honest: "And I tions, first came the Indians, then the Spaniards, now
Reg Mohun. giving us a change of
'' address from Eagle Point to New I( the Americans receiving help from this great gift to
) Ha\en.
threatened to journey to
4,' far-off places in the world this I mankind. It is claimed by
tier would follow him Well,
we know at least one Venice lad
is reading it in Italy The ORIGINAL FOUNTAIN OF "
I i
Earl Edge bowled a 216 at the .
Bowlakade last Sunday afternoon
But he'i still not happy Says The Warm Salt Springs now has a most modern TRAILER CAMP.
Gondolier is a good paper, "only
f, 'it'd it doesn't have any funnies Rates : $10 per week including all privileges a
'r of
; Speaking of sports, wonder how springs.
II' many Venetians know Frank Cad-

." : well, who now peddles real estate, MODERN BATH HOUSE. Rate : 50c for bathing $1 with
once was Just as good at pedalinga locker.
i bicjcle" 'Sfact. In 1900, Frank
won the amateur indoor bike rac-
ing championship at Boston, finishing ON SALE NOW.
+If first in a one-mile grind home-sites near Springs. Reasonable r
Turned professional later around prices easy terms
i p discount for
Hartford Conn, where he also
i b managed bike tracks before even-
tually deciding to move to Florida.
' Reminded of his past, Frank remarked -
that Treasure Island also HOW TO GET
has an ex-amateur bike rider of SALT SPRINGS:
note in the person of General H. K.
Bird Going north from Punta Gorda
41 FIa., follow U.s.

At least two neighbors here performed to approximately 14 miles Turn right on road

exceptionally gracious acts Spring. Going south from Sarasota follow
r during the past week. Barry Wim- U.S. 41. Turn left p/2
bish, who operates the Gulf theatre miles south of M1akb
river. Watch
in Venice and naturally would for new road sign.

like everyone to patronize his
N show of an evening, nevertheless
demonstrated good community
spirit last week by permitting Ve- Warm Salt
No-Hi students'to place on his box Springs Inc. 592Venice
office window an advertisementof p. O.. Box

their Junior class play last Friday -
night. And Mrs. Fred Al- FloridaFl' '
bee, whom we had never met, ,


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New Owners Take Two Homes Sold Jones said the Indians will

Over Nokomis Lodge LETTERSto Through Wimmers practice at the local ball park
every Thursday at 3 p.m. and on

w angle And Dining RoomMr. the'EDITOR Real Estate OfficeTwo Sundays at 2 p. m? with all play '

pttg venue ers in this vicinity Interested in
the to Harbor and Mrs. S. B. Colgate, sales' of residential property trying out for the team welcometo

'was onday un- formerly of WJlmjngton, Del., have The Gondolierglad will be in Venice and Nokomis were show up.
i e tr EnglneerGerald purchased the famed Nokomis to print leU..e of toneran.terest made during the past week
Lodge and Dining Room and have when .1 and If space per-
through Frank J.
;'Irith' mite. Please keep them ihort. Cadwell of the
assumed personal management of Anonymous l letters will not be con. H. N. Wimmers real estate office.
t Norlnaadoing sh idend. However if the writer d .
the property. They plan to reopen sires: to have only his Initials: or Mr. and Mrs. Gino Malanca of
icta lam da plum, such .> "A ReidGondolier GULFTHEATRE r
the dining room within a .r," published, The will Chicago purchased a five-room
p itall are being few days. The lodge is located on be happy to oblige.) bungalow on Myrtle avenue, in

red wrjz' Jeet two' Inches, Inof. the Tamlaml Trail, in Nokomis, -- the Edgewood district, from T. J.
the narrower U feet two just a mile north of Venice. Lanier.C. .
* previously,'iuedjj to make
No strangers to Florida Mr. and Editor, W. Barrett of Baltimore, Md.,
tier for uw ta tarkChief
cars a of Mrs. Colgate have visited this Venice Gondolier bought a six-room home on Poco- VENICE

state on frequent occasions during Dear Sir: no Trail, Nokomis, from Amy J. {
Is Ger( _concurredlet Box Office Open 7PM.
the past 10 years and were, As president of the Venice-No- Butler. First Show Starts 7:15: P. M.
for two' years, residents of Key komis Chamber of Commerce, I Both new home-owners informed Second Show Starts I 46 P. M.

driv- West. would like to express my appre- Cadwell they plan to make MATINEE SUNDAY 4'+
Box Office Open I P. M.
ww, aand" ?MLdor parking They plan all-year-round operation ciation for the very fine weekly' their permanent residence here. Show Starts S:15: P. M.

tea lines, of the lodge and already are tire section at heart already know'I '
'lavenp, ewuse for fail- arranging to gear the dining room and its sister communities of No- I. 4"FRONTIER

o $a r machines prop- to cater especially to sports fish- komis, Laurel, Osprey and Engle- Play Ve-No-Hi Nine GAL"

ermen, providing meals on a wood.I Yvonne DeCirlo Rod Cameron
and t tags will bed This AfternoonNewly
schedule that will enable anglersto am sure that all of us who FRIDAY & SATURDAY
'to na fish two tides a day. have the best interests of this en- organized, the Venice April 6. I

As part of their plan to make tir esection at heart already know Indians baseball team will play "THE SPIDER"Richard '

SINN Nokomis Lodge a favored Florida that in the Venice Gondolier we the Ve-No-Hi nine this afternoonat ConU I

headquarters for fishermen, Mr. have a "voice" that will aid us in 3 o'clock at Venice ball park, SUNDAY A MONDAY +
I and Mrs. Colgate already have our efforts to make this section of near the Tamiami Trail and Venice April f. I
t 1 raa' Florida a better and more enjoy- "OUR VINES HAVE
placed advertisements for the May avenue. Another practice game
I,and June Issues of Field and able place in which to work and has been arranged for the same TENDER GRAPES"n
:MI Jxa'VENICE Stream known location at 3 Edward O. Robinson
nationally sportsmen's live.Those p. m. next Sunday, Margaret O'Brlen
s of. us who have had to
magazine. against another nine, it was announced -
a a- start our own businesses "from TUES. WED. THURS.
by Byron Jones, manager. April 0, It, 11
scratch" understand the difficul- Either Jones or Jimmy Keys Is "YOLANDA AND THETHIEF'
DE BARBER SHOPs ties under which you started and slated to take the mound this aft-

Y eP,. continue to publish The Gondo- ernoon for the Indians with Ed- al
a. m. to I p. m. Week-deye lier it's quite a job, we realize, In TechnicolorFred
VRNt r ,. S a. m. to a p. m. Saturdays ward Keys the probable starting AlUIre Luclllt Bremen I
W. M for one man to tackle. That's whyI hurler for the high school squad.
m am sending you this note of aD- I a

," preciation.I'm .
j, :,,,;PAWMIG DECORATING confident all members of CHECK YOUR
t' .t t
,), the Chamber of Commerce join }

.' CO ,... GUARANTEEDWORKMANSHIP me when I tell you, sincerely, that VENICE

you are giving us a newspaperthat F {
\ '1:. is a well-edited, clean-cut, PLUMBING

easy-to-read weekly that any "
community could be proud of. SHOP r

Keep up the good work.H. .

S. Bowden, C. W. McKINNEYJ.
E. B. THOMAS President, L. HATCHER .;t-
P. o. Box 87 Venice-Nokomis Venice 2401 d ,


Editor, .
Venice Gondolier .
t:. V M Dear Sir: Now! NOTIONS Try

ti ICE-NOKOMIS I see you have a paper started Reduced OFFICE AND Lanier'
: now at Venice which you call the
: ,.. SCHOOL
t\f' Venice Gondolier. I would like
.. } t \', BANK Prices on Variety Fore /
". much for to send SUPPLIES
!. : very you m
Women's Those Scarce
{'k.. '. the paper for a year I '
'{ f.1'l: VENICE, FLORIDA expect to spend next winter thereso and PAINTS Hard-to-Find .

I am naturally interested in
iHNVITE YOUR ACCOUNT" Children' Items For
what is being done down there. I
Nis ':
bee. .f federal Deposit Insurance Corp. until we can build our own apart- ,;

.'.... ment, so I thought I might find Apparel Materials UseLANIER'S _..

1.\4 Maximum Insurance $5000 one through your paper . ',
.4 For Each Depositor
;-ei, Mrs. R. L. R. .
Cincinnati, O. VENICE .

Former Venice '!. !.. to .. '.!. :
Priest SuccumbsFuneral j

::. In A Little Town, Serving the services for the Rev. A. : "A HOME-OWNED STORE"'QUALITY "

O. Rielander, 71-year-old retired
,People All Around"A Catholic priest who assisted with ;

services in the Venice mission a

i, Large Variety of few years ago until failing health '

t' pIe and QualityMerchandise halted his work, will be held tomorrow i
at 10 a,m., with a solemn ; .

high requiem mass at St Martha's : .)

; Catholic Church in Sarasota. Interment Meats /,
will be at Manasota

DICE MEATS Burial Park. Rosary and litany Authorized i.
will be offered tonight at 7:30: at

the Thacker and Van Gilder Dealer Groceries

Are Kept Fresh In A Modem, chapel. .
Father Rielander died early
t BIRD'S :
Electric Cooler, Insuring Monday at his Sarasota home. He .

pnets At All Times came to this county from Green Fruit ra,
0 Bay, Wis., six years ago and for ;
two years assisted in conducting
services here and in Sarasota.. FROSTED :

FOODS Vegetables j
komisocery SCHEDULE .

Mrt Dorothy Fields. postmaster

'L m. INCOMING MAIL 1 P.m. :

I 45 a.m. I:45 p.m.
Sunday, 1:SO p.m. VENICE PHONE
Windows open Parcel post and 2091
stamps I a.m. to I p.m.j money
Phone order, lam. to I JO p.m. Batur. "In Business In Venice For 18 Years' ..
a days, aU window, lam. to It:10pm.
Venice 2711 .


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.: > 1 EVANGELISTIC SERVICES START CHURCH State or Florida Witnesses Capacil,

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1946 Auto

I' Tag Commissioner George night: \\'Itneled ,
H. Asbell this week "Camp
; P": Dr. V Talmadge Crawford, nationally known preacher, Bible FIRST Nassau at Miami Avenue ter visitors that either Florida automobile auc.l\orium of the ,i

'I( teacher and inspirational speaker, will conduct evangelistic services Venice' licenses, or their own high schoot
; at the Vemce-Nokomis Methodist Church, April 7 to 14, evenings at P Campbell Crawford. Tailor Coached ;
Ik" 111 a m. Hlblt Clan state tags for 1946, must be bought by i'4
< ;! ;,30 o'clock II a.m. Miming! aervlce.SO when their 1949: licenses have expired Ar .., of the
$ Dr. Crawford is a native of Virginia and received his literary < p.m. B.Y: Kf..M'\, kho3'cast .
in their
; .10 p.m. Evening respective states. Included
training in the schools and college WnlnrMlay. :.3/1 P m.. Mid-week Fulaw.: lady '
,\t 'I .. h'.. Asbell said 1945 plates are void Evelyn; &
;! prayer A
i of that state. He has also 1 to work among the men in the Be,; :'
in all but four of 1e.
now the Mary
nation' :"1
i J studied extensively in a number 1 armed forces, where he ministeredto CHURCH or GOO 48 den, Man:
states. Maryland Charles
\ of theological institution, and has the spiritual and moral needs of Venice Avenue platesare Tay 'r;: I I
Venice good until April :5, Virginia He.-ate; '.
been considered one of the outstanding thousands of our ). Tantnf
t many young R< \ C. I Jtrnliran Larry
Bible teachers of the nation men. Hi a m. Sunday School.II April 15; West Virginia, June 30. SCOiitL !
n.m. Preaching! Illinois motorists have until David
the m
having conducted Bible conferences The Rev. F. A. Shipley, the pas- 7 .lv< I'.m. iTraihltiK.Thursday. lielto t
t. I in of Southern T Ji pm. Tnunj- Pe..ple'e state completes manufacture of ma: zer. Hal':1C:
many our tor of the Vcnlce-Nokomis Methodist ....r ie. :
i states, in the South e.l, and also Church, is extending a most new plates. It was pointed out bui." and 3:4: :: : ,i
that Delaware licenses Gl Ii, .',
on the Pacific Coast. cordial welcome to all the peopleof VENICE CATHOLIC CHURCH are tnden tHERE
Gulf Theatre. Venice Avenue quarterly. k
In addition his work the attend ---
to as a community to everyservice. Vencei. -
: preacher evangelist and Bible Dr. Crawford, the Rev. r,:.." i'. slander.: Tailor Florida licenses may be obtained Flip
I J" n m III" at the
I teacher Dr. Crawford hat found court house in Sarasota.The 1I' ,
Shipley said never preaches long Er"e1: A:.., .
'I. Nd time for frequent appearances asa sermons, but always gives his ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH Pete arg sMIi _"
r special speaker on college platforms hearers' a worth-while message. Riviera, St.Venetia and, Palermo Park Place Easter Bunny says "Re G AS:.:. .

r and in theological uutr.utions. IT. Lr.. iard rrrker. Rector member to buy Easter Seals. It's HI. r PonctSh J

f, He has been writing for the Do.-'t just buy Easter Seals and :. 4', .1 m. Kund.iyhi.. >ol.. no fun hunting Easter eggs on 3 tor." I Iii ft
am Kiimlav rtlr>- "
: rress since his high school, ,:..Lys.I Tu eds. : 3u crutches. .
I .i/ -%.il:% them away in a draw- p.m. meeting "r I't r-nh. J

J I although not es'c'r.vcly beirusc U'. VSEhem on your letters between ) ..rk'. uuiid. :. ............... .. .. .o:! ... -:! .. . -- ';9mi
t. I f his other m.1oferml dut.e VENICE.NOKOMIS METHODIST
now and April 21: they will
': Pr. Crawtord vas !head of the I CHURCH
I\ : help to remind others to purchase Bay Point, Nokomis mia
t i :.d.c relate: ? ccp.r"::eta of a i r A. Khli-lvy, Minister j VENICE"lAuij
H 1 : ', '. in Texas and has devoted: them( Help spread their message: :, 1" .1 >n Sunday i'i-hn<.|. D
11 A m Moraine .
T if t his tune for the past fcveial l ve.v.-: cf )h> .-, a.d: cheer 7 pmvung' Fvlhimhlp! Worship On.up .. S

," :a 'I'lr.I.r\ 3Pm,dnesday and: one F.arning, 3o sen6e.SerkeV Pinlidwe.. k :j|: AND DRY CLEANERS SERVBJ Nick 1.14

I Cook Fresh or Frozen Vegetables Faster and OSPREY BAPTIST- : CHURCH .: "Locally Owned' /

A.. Henry Johnson. Pastor M1
I I'I Better With A 'J : LADIES'
I' .i. :' l'ull .I' shi.I. m ;| AND CENTS1 ALTERATION\
; UNIVERSAL M .r'. I snb a I' .m.13 Ii. i: t brkm
t. e I jI' wi.In. d II', 'tn I VENICE
; pr.il.r. meting I :| \1' nON

A: ., ALUMINUM 2-QUART COOKER CAPACITY Lamar Rose In Race :.:...........;.................-.t........................................, !/Fl
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j, t t. I 4-PIECE COMBINATION SET For State Attorney 'II -N>oH...... . . . . .td..,..'.f+'.......... "and'tom

: r- HEAVY CAST \'e 1et.an. this year will have THE TRAIL
ALUMINUMCOOKING I ::.l're than usual interest in the .

:' 4 I :May Democratic primary race for ;: NOKOMIS GARAGE FK'i

UTENSILS hr the ett.it of state attorney of the {I ;'i;

I a. '-9- rich Griddle '-6'pt. Deep Pet 11r : Twelfth Judicial Circuit for their | General Overhauling and ReM, !

F 1-(inch Skillet 1-4.qt. Baker .. lt.y attorney, William Lamar and
I Welding '
R ''fe waging an active fight for' 3AT

", t J \\ E CARRY A GOOD ASSORTMENT OF the nomination. : Goodyear Tire Batteries Cal-

\ a life-long cme : 24-HOUR TOWING SERVICEPhone
: :\ of Punta I
t.: a well known
..- this 2581 ( .pc.ID
; locality through his

; CO. "$ Venice city attorney. He hao 'f....... .. .. .. ...
.4 It Via :e Ave Near Seaboard Deeet uen .N."w-w+t.. ..H .. .-f i'r r e +e.4+0- r .
phone 2632 i.-ract.cing law in Punta GCT-

=- II :J and throughout the Twelfth ; ..

. .rcuit since 1933, except \\ r..le i.. Constructively Progressive Cf 1
Prcgreii very
r t'i.h..H f f e f ;.I H.4 f f'''H f N ,.%.f.f"'I" "e t+....r.fr. .rAT .'1'1 \111' with the Navy Sea Lees .- i i:: \ thebill

I ; -.e Pacific theatre of operat ,"* i tt ENGLEWOOD ELECTRIC
1 : i. :rom 2942 to 1944. A graduate 01 ; nlr
fJIIljja ":ita Gorda high school he ali, |j ELECTRO! i
l the Vnivers.ty of Florida 1 '
t -r.d ...erc r CONTRAC3JISSTALU"
university, K
ana receiv-
j li, l-' h'* degree In law j I
from C.:mn.ar.a -
i\- untvers.ty.
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: The -
\ Twelfth! *
circuit '
I l take.m
\ :' Saraii.ta. MAINTIW
Manatee, j
"to. LEe .
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Color ;, i Fred J. Kruei I*
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'( t.. .J.<. :. :;f t Petroleum Group ''i;= ,

IJ COST '- ,. ;... ,; Meets Tomorrow I.1 j ,
11r -. : .
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J f'.f dJ + At Court House 1! Notice:t

t I Smite .1
I station Operators, ga. i:
: : You Save When 'age.::e,. dealers and r
You >
Have truckers :')
f ret:: this
f restrict Tate :
\ ', r Your Newspaper Handling ed 10 attend a reorganization been innt. :I TO ALL CONTRACTORS 'li:
1 '
.I f Your Job Printing J Petroleum mc'et.rg ct Industries the Sarasota County i i and those desiring to Build J

k to lie held 111 the committee i i within the City Limit of fI

t Actual printing of The Gondolier howe 111 Sarasota courty court : *i Venice, Florida -
0 ; t tomorrow I
S is done for Thursday. night i
us by the DeSoto starting at 7:30: The
County Glen P. City of Venice asks for your

: been Publishing Co. of Arcadia. We have who is Woodard executive of Jacksonville I i in the enforcement of the Building Codes.

; more than pleased with the excellent } of the Florida secretary i:
I', Petroleum
t typographical job they are doing :r.es eorr.m.ttee, will be Indus Before any work is started on WJ

NA/ for us and we think you'll f l ,' copal .peaker. He will talk the prill- new or old a permit must be applied for *
agree on t
The Gondolier anon and tax. upon by the
is a well-printed news- legislative problems fac.rg Building Inspector.

paper. Their job printing is the industry and Its CUStomers lOud'by Y
of Electrical
the In the pon-war or Plumbing changes
same high )'ears,
As their Officials: a licensed and no P*
in of
this the person w company
i area, let The Gondolier group said there be the
your take are no dues: fees or issued for such work except where
printing order for letter. In connection assessment making wiD *
WIth his
the Licence .
heads, cards 'the work of own changes. '
v envelopes forms, wed non-profIt and all those those*

ding invitations, or other work. rianlZa\1on.Woodard said his non-POlitical too work under doing them.contract work or

Venice !Ito hu ellmlnale started a sate-wide organization campaliT1 For the minor points and regulati0BSiYou "
I Ier.e the onecentemer._ to the Building Inspector J. S.
Published ) gasoline M
Chamber of Commerce Bldg.Every, Tamiiml Wednesday been in effect Which hu Phone 2049.
VENICE Trill 4 since 1931. "
Avenue which and
.. . . . VENICE 2381 makes norTda''s Ie\'en-eent CITY OF VENICE
. . . . gas tax tate the second
. .... the nation" highest in FLORIDA

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.re ;."beautiful sand beach, right on the Gulf of Mexico. Almost all of Venice Lli I
) Wlthl :'afW block of the beach. a

Reach.casino! and bath home are only seven blocks from U. 8. 41, the Timlimi j
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" T"II .
" i"" TAMPA
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) *a'..t;r'J-rl r1I1'1 -_ II a Yenice
i* :On felm>deokod ,Casey Key, Immediately to the north of Venice. Reached by
free bridge and road one and on.half mile from Tsmlaml Trail, two miles from
riokemlt and. only three mile from Venice. M
a ti>:H.f.; ;. PatMpSACN

i-.:; ""of-." '
"On fsnliwula Key, south of Venice, across Lemon Bay from mainland by free
brldg*. .\\: MIAMI

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'The open gulf Is only one quarter mile from Venice Inlet docks, and only one
'and' ...-".If mile from dock on the Tamlaml Trail In Nokomle.Thero .
: to good fishing most any time for boats bated In Venice. I

FUMng! fro,"''he Venice Inlet jetties and from small boats on Venice, Donna, rand
Lower Saraeota Bays I II always excellent. ,
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rVrej: water fishing In the Myakka River, only seven miles from Venice, I II great i
sport;Many.sears to Venice especially to fish In this famed Jungle river. RIGHT ON THE GULF :

':*,V"M." : .
,Protected Water, only a short distance from the open gulf maketill !
_tc area an Ideal location for the boating enthuelaat. The MIAMI TRAIL
maO kaf bherman, the deep sea angler, or the yachtsman plan a MYAKKA=RIVER '
'lilng"orMtefea by Inland waterways or the open sea will find a perfect
hO ..Venice and Its adjacent communities.
[I"" 457P/ "
:": goes ....
g a Alere RIVIAseAs.TTCAIeK I

,ZFTbsVealosl:" Shuffleboard Club Invitee you to Join and enjoy theanarta
,. t- 'In the recreation center. Other facilities of the

t ,'II horse shoe pitching, children's playground planned for
i.,badminton. and tennis courts, and a sheltered area for TitEASYR[ Nokomis
' Hf*. The golf course Is scheduled to bs reopened In
A' MIO|, been used by the Army during war years. IsE H : K ,eoT'ICR.lK
r :. "All
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I Air Line Railway operate through pullman service VENICE'BEACM .o As .
k and Venice, and there are train, bus, and airline monsoon
*d travel to this favored land of cunehlne. ;
o' __..J I waterway connects Venice with all points on
Gulf coast, the Great Lake and the Mlsilsslppl. .



ted In building a home In Florid or establishing MAKKA30TA BEAC "
j l I. land of enjoyable living le Invited to write theifef
Commerce for detailed Information. Many stand '
i business opportunities art available.VENICE. 0 T = aC'



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: Samuel Marti Seen MS I WATERWAYContinued I ..:o...... .aT .."......,..... ...... "ean ,

Goodwill Ambassador ( from Page 1) '...
i I II by the waterway system, would '.0.
>t 1' : '.i i As Well As Great Artist oenefit considerably and is slated ''..

it wad t [to contribute the largest amount. '.
\. When an artist approaches}: his audience '.
n.A( as an ambassador cf That plan was agreed upon at a ,'.
goodwill he
w.. deserves an especial cor.sidersticn. For r.o matter 1! '.
n., I he were H4.f6":. the .'...."...'.ar.tt: ct .'... T.ss.n \ c.-' : surpass the,1,I', meeting of the association, held in :''..
1f. import of his playir.Cntmit *. Petersburg last March 6. :'.

I .i *: :..?*:'tf.:, who deJ.h\i: a rsarfV fi'JntfillCfc In the KMI Participating counties already ::: ANOTHER SHIPMENT
"JI'C In \ erolee .liesda '. :orareh have : OF THOSf. ,
,. about 558,000 in the local :3: LOVELL FINt a
M. :is no Heifetz but he has AND COVEL
t and a zeal which a Heifctz sir.cerity j|( Chief of Police s pon,orhip fund but Colonel :.. Hut CHOCOU ]
J; Jones estimated: at the St. Petersburg Just Arrived!
well: might envy. This sincerity! he''Praises; ConductOf ;, BOXES $1.25 A $1.50
meeting that rising real
r. imparted to his audience. who rewarded ::: Choose Your Easter Card From BULNN
\' it with an u&itir.ted ape KMI Cadets estatealues] have increased the .:, Large and Vl ?
plau.e.J' ,:hour,: needed for right-of-way :, I
k This it the fact: 0:. :.-.e eve rf the departure cf: 'and, >],'c.J Ivr k i jrchase to aprrcx.r.tely :.: Nestlewood Gift Shoe
I KX'I i'...:e:5: ::r Lydon.: Kv i 51:, .OOO.
I:nagSing Ch.ef: : Pol.ce Gerry Pe.-KV..K ., ................ .......... .- .- .VENICE. .
uncertainty and ruing fear. 'i : -.-. .. ..'. .'.. ." .
i. "! the simplest: statement of goodwill |] : s: .,:, ::--ay: ter.t: the: fc-v.g; : i '. ...........:
I : i letter of
j ..I'u shires... _like_, a star_from_ darkening .i._..<. appreciation to the ca- I Sandwiches
made hll
statement in the Esperanto onlya I -70 ALL STUDENTS KENTIVKV DOUBLE-I ;

musician knows For him America 'OULI1'ARIXS1'I1't.'I'E.. FRESH CHICKEN SALAD ICE CREAM AJ
r"' l I Is en entity which itretchei I: .* with treat pleasure thatI AMERICAN CHEESE s SODAS 81

t from the Arctic ocean to the Wed take .tits mean to express to !to,
dell sea For him \orth Central. .1: :':> appreciation and grati- EGG SALAD &1
South mean nothing .. 'e : r "our exemplary conduct DOUBLE. .
i, excepting VIRGINIA BAKED HAM )
insofar ei each ,::. t e City of Ven.ce
I may by its own curing t
1 developed culture, serve the whole. .he pas three month II LETTUCE AND TOMATO MALTS rk

; The world needs more men with I "I feel that each and every <.::e FRESH-GROUND HAM SALAD
ti! I this point of view They do not of you has done yourart; "'*.. ': BACON LETTUCE b4
have to be violinists. in making it pouible for and TOMATO ALL
: They can be me t( FLAV '
I taxi-drivers, sharecroppers. They sta'e that not once .::: the: : JeJ

may,,,_ tend bar, edit newspapers. ninety days have we han '. r.;e"k THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL
I It! ali anotner mlln', garden. But so rI<<
long as they have a fragment r
6 Samuel Marti' Club Sandwich
;iS spirit, they ofl
welcome in the students
world. and the
size of thIS '
c. < 5
J /Ij i I was For excellent the rest, his it is truly a record of which I u i I (Double-Decker) 51Ye
end .
h you and your school shcUi: l
+ //1 supported through proud. VIRGINIA
J Gunhild 1'ilsson'ho mUSICianShiP// BAKED HAM AMERICAN CHEESE,
luck on LEAVES. rest
ied him. your trip home. MAYONNAISE, SERVED WITH
Maybe next 'and we'll be FRESH-MADE POTATO
;' I. both return and If looking forward t< SALAD AND SLICED DILL PICKLE x.:
i seeing you again next year. Ave
certain that they will receive a'' "Gerald L.
j"i Pestotnik,
i I
welcome wish
; ........... .L from_, those who having Chief; ftf Pnlifo' to express my appreciation to all those who have
UI m fountain since come it
t f well rea I I took over its
; member The them. Funeral Held For service and food in the near future.manage-nent.Think I promise to have eve's
'' Service
I' : club of you. to
.0 I the Venice is to be congratulated for George W. Childs . BUFORD MERRI
enterprise and
courage which
!.. I : t they showed in embarkation on With the Rev. Henry Johns '.
the hard road of the impressarloI officiating funeral services .
;' r y One thing It certain, if they main- George W. Childs of Osprey Ii;.. ar
I rain the standard they died at a Sarasota
have set hospital !; -' .
f' 'I i this year, their success in the future Thursday, were held last Sui !I.,' i' It'llw '
is assured.Editor1 ,''at the Osprey Baptist chun.:
( Note: The above I i I Pallbearer included Jr'se.' 41111
review -
was written especially for Lewis. Lester Davis, Roy Ste iens. i- eve
( The Gondolier.)) ,'|, Laurence Bass, M: A. C.. -
I and Arnold

f' I Be (;enerou. .n the purchase of'' non were in charge Keen. Robarts-Sl of funeral! "..r--

I Easter Seals for the aid of the' rangements.Mr. .
f' crippled and handicapped.Timijiml ) Child' survivors
include i n.: ..
widow 1A's. Sallie
'I Virginia Childs Cara Nome ,

[ I Trail I rid:the Mrs.following sons and daughters Cologne, 4-oz. bot. Berkhav
1' 1 Nile North of VeniceNOKOMIS I Lou Guess of Os. or SPECIAL
" prey, Mrs. J. Bath Salts $1
Little 17-oz.
I of Sara bot. $1.35 Value For I
sota Adas Childs of : Windp\z
Altha, Fla.
LODGE J. C. Horace and Harold Childs, !I j! Made of Beautiful REG. 60c JERIS, HAIR OIL ucmi

I Nokomlj( Fla. all of Osprey; Mrs. Loette Wise of Lucite and
Venice 'I Waterproof'j
2872 Port
'iI' Smith of Joe, Fla., and Mrs. Clyde I
I I= Montgomery'f Ala. 5-lb. Package Both76c (/I J ,

' MOTH FLAKES $1 1.19 1 -.I

We Have A WideSelection .
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;r SPRAYUaby's 79c of CIGARS ;

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: by theqhys, "
rr; ; Lures ,
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