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 Material Information
Title: Venice gondolier
Uniform Title: Venice gondolier (Venice, Fla. 1946)
Physical Description: 20 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Carroll H. Williams
Place of Publication: Venice Fla
Creation Date: April 10, 1946
Publication Date: 1946-1964
Frequency: semiweekly[ -1964]
weekly[ former 1946-]
semiweekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Venice (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Sarasota County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Sarasota -- Venice
Coordinates: 27.098611 x -82.438889 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 6, 1946)-v. 20, no. 14 (Feb. 17, 1964).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071736
oclc - 01497811
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System ID: UF00079934:00009
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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COVERING THE FLORIDA VENICE NOKOMIS Only 2c A Word

GULF COAST COMMUNITIES OF LAUREL OSPREY ENGLEWOOD


dk + WEDNESDAY, APRIL 10, 1946 PRICE FIVE CENTS \



): 'OKAYS CITY ADVISED TO ACT NOW


,,, ", './. '. PLEASE NOTICE


,;try ;: SOUSE Effective today, the office of IF IT WANTS ALL OR PART

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OIiPL$ AN The Venice GondolierWill OFVENICEAIRBASEASGIFT"Venice

Be Located on West Venice AvenueIN

r ,>w t
:jit.,1Jt4l-l: THENeatlewood

need "',oMyt1"1ormal" ap- Gift ShopFOR can obtain part or even all of the $3,000,000 Ven-

>val >f:Ite:JtiQr:council to ice Army Air Base as virtually an outright gift from the fed-

:::me_;ji eomplished fact, YOUR GREATER CONVENIENCE eral government, but it should move immediately to protectits

ins for,* i house numbering interests."

..tern to*::.Venice were com- That, in effect, was the advice that was given this week

dltni1.y *..,by James A. to Venice city officials and Cham--;I

:htowirt.i r doriltnated by the County Launches Drive ber of Commerce directors from Mid-Week Closing

unbtr;a t;Commerce to work I sources that included high army

tb4 !M, To Wipe Out MosquitosLaunching officials, the War Assets Administration Plan AnnouncedBy

"ht worked and
,SMfcbefinf system Congressman J. Har-
by JMiAtowtr:+ and given tacit. I din Peterson, who represents this Local StoresMost
a campaign designed to minimize if not rid entirely
1OuIb r.Hdormal. approval by district.In .
Sarasota county of its summer "mosquito nuisance," J. Melton Williams Venice and Nokomis
dtjt" $MBcU at ,its meeting ask recently appointed county mosquito control officer and his almost Identical letters last stores next week will start on a

a(4 fcufnight, provides that assistants this week in Monday to County CommissionerM. mid-week
are engaged making a "breeding place" survey half-holiday schedule,
aberm*.trill tart from the inaction -
Cousins who is a member of
along the county's Gulf coast. it was announced yesterday by H.
oi Venlc, avenue and Williams and his crew started the Chamber of Commerce's air S. Bowden, president of the Ven-
Miami'IMi field committee the federal
. ice-Nokomis Chamber
their survey to determine the agency of Com-
t1-W: ",.".._
and Congressman Peterson advisedthe
worst breeding places, at the FREE FIREWOODFree merce..
JT tn Wmi at the Trail willwS" northern end of the county on kindling, firewood and city, If It wants to protectits Starting next Wednesday April
'ei i putt* those to thet'iedlltfia I
;
M..East" Longboat key, and are working crap lumber may be obtainedfor interests, to make application 17, and continuing until further

| prefix. southward. Some "spot" checks, the asking at Venice Army immediately to the War Assets notice the following stores will
ittarijr; sfcMts south of Venice
nu,'.WIlL:rt.OSouth",; : he told The Gondolier already Air Base until further notice, Administration for right-of-entry close every Wednesday at 12:30: p.
pre- to the field.
have been made in and near Venice It was announced yesterday by m.
while thai* to 'the north will
and Englewood."We Col. J. C. Gunnison, commanding "If we do this," Cousins asserted CLOSE WEDNESDAYVenice
e a "North" in front of their
intend to do the actual officer. "we will, in effect, 'freeze' all Food Shop, C. C. Lowe's
teL '"
ightower's:e plan, calls for hav- spraying and control work" Wil- The free wood may be obtained of the buildings and equipmentand Grocery, Curry's Grocery, Nokomli .

even 'numbers on the right, liams declared, "at those 'worst every day, except Sat- land at VAAF and prevent the Grocery, Lanier Variety

rellnc in the direction in which spots' turned up by the current urdays and Sundays, from 8:30: piece-meal disposition that now Store, and Neitlewood Gift Shop.

number Increase, with the odd survey regardless of where in the a. m. to 4:30: p. m. Simply ask looms." Starting a week from tomorrow,

ibers m the! 1eft.fiDltaDeeth. county's coastal region they turn' the guard at the main gate for Urge Action on Thursday, April 18, the fol-
out to be. directions to the free lumber Cousins urged his fellow Cham- lowing establishments will close
or West Venice
'I pile. ber of Commerce directors to im- every Thursday at 1 p. m:
nue'Wock'between: the Trail To Lay Groundwork"In
mediately request the city coun- CLOSE THURSDAY
:Nokomis rrtnue will be the this our first year, we can-
cil to hold a special and .
meeting Venetian Cleaners, Venice Laundry
(CoottBVfl'ta'page 5) not hope to do more than makea
t' ,. "-.., ,"\' 1 start and lay the groundwork Higel Concrete take the suggested "right-of-en- and Dry Cleaners, and Hlgel'i
for more effective control effortsin try" action without further delay. Electric Appliance shop.
tree oJE&nis
Men Plant Swings "If we don't do something im-
+ the future. Especially is this

rioutljr.Bwrned, .'j r' true because of the limited funds,I' Into OperationWith may mediately lose,"our Cousins'once-in-a-lifetime'warned "we Sale of Hollywood
equipment and personnel we have
Boat"thl'r:1. available for the work this year. production already totaling opportunity." Apartments This

; : } den explosion "Our intention is, simply, to do 600 concrete building blocks per Meanwhile Colonel J. C. Gun-

aid toot fishing boat most of the work this year where day the new Higel Bros. Con- nison, commanding officer of Week DisclosedSale

adult and larva catches we have crete Products plant on Seaboard VAAF asked The Gondolier to
81' t i if the Chadwick of the large Hollywood
blear made and are making indicate the avenue, just south of the Venice make known the following facts
I" the south Apartments, Ponce de Leon and
most mosquitos are coming from." Seaboard depot this week swung concerning the field
a bridge, three No- Miami avenues in Venice, by
11I'- Start June 1 into full operation. 1. Colonel Gunnison has received -
'fishermen suf- Emil Gonderman to Miss Elsie
d ll f>m
IdQ itiphe not start on a large scale until George W. Higel, owners of the organizations interested in was announced this week. Con-
'.' t I plant said another molding ma- (Continued on Page 6)
,' Ca"-j3ttddy Ringo, R. Lesdj' .. about June 1, when the heavy rain sideration Involved was not dis-
chine will be installed in the near
is due.
and Lester season closed.
;. God
future, doubling the factory'sbrickproducing
. 'il\l\';: f/\I;' "We have done some 'spot spray- capacity. Equip- Local Legion To The two-story, triangular build-

11. :,,-were; rushed to'' Ing' already on Siesta and Longboat Ing, with frontage on both Ponce
ment is so arranged, they also explained Meet First
i hospital, where they I keys," Williams said, "but on de Leon and Miami, contains about
that a third molding unit
iii I-to critical condition this was mainly to test our equip- Third ThursdaysStill 25 two to five-room furnished
can be added at any time addi-
I the accident. ment and formulas. apartments and individual sleep-
tional production is needed.
L;to reach the men He explained that he is still Fred Nelson is plant managerand awaiting their charter, Ing rooms. Several store loca-
K members of the newly formed tions occupy the ground floor on
were Elwood Tay- working on and testing various in direct charge of the work
['Joe, who live at solutions and emulsions, some of there. In addition to the produc- Novel post of the American Le- the Miami avenue frontage.

r'. them having the potent DOT, in tion building, an office and ware- gion here last Thursday night held Miss Witchen, who will start
another organization meeting at renovation of the entire structuresoon
informed the an effort to settle on formulas that house structure has just been
the Community hall, above the will personally manage the
when Ringo will be most effective so far as completed. The firm's telephone
Gulf theatre. Ralph G. Simpson apartments. During World War I,
is
destroying mosquitos concerned -
starter
c; just number is Venice 2151.
I about to start oft yet will not harm fish and Accepting Orders presided as commander pro tem. she was a hospital superintendent ,
Charles A. Wrede, acting of and during the last war
wild life where they are used. secretary nurses
|.on a fishing trip. While some of the present production -
reported the post has vot- she was with the Red Cross in
i spark from theaccumulated 'Man Made'While of the plant is earmarkedfor
ed to hold its regular meetings on Washington, D. C., her work including -
off not holding individual
any one definite construction projects
the first and third Thursday the recruitment of nurses
or firm responsible Wil- (Continued on pace 6)
I nights of each month, the next for the army and navy.
( liams asserted it is a fact that
urns meeting being scheduled for Com- Prior to that time, she had serv-
L belonged to Ed I the worst mosquito breeding Councilmen
to munity hall at 8:30 in
: p. m. on April ed as a hospital superintendent
he has found
places have been
who far
was I Set Fixed 18. A special program is being Colorado and Montana and for 10
"man made", PolicyOn
f fishing with Ben
I arranged for that meeting with years was a resident of Portland,
i of the accident "It's already apparent that one Water MainsWater details to be
served
announced in nextweek' Ore., where she as execu-
i of his loss un- of our most important jobs will issue of
The Gondolier. (Continued on Page 2)
f later, was wraplmmedlately be to obtain co-operation in eliminating and water mains form-

afterad and preventing formationof ed major topics of discussion at

I to the water these 'man made' breeding last week's meeting of the Venice

; away from the places," he said. "That, in the long city council. SUBSCRIPTION ORDER q'

run, will help far more in ridding Councilmen authorized purchaseof .fe

rked the second Sarasota county of the summer a chlorine tester for city water VENICE GONDOLIER,

e to strike the mosquito nuisance than all the department use as recommendedby Venice Florida. r

i commercial flsh- arvaclding we can do." the State Board of Health, ina Please send
me THE VENICE GONDOLIER for one
[month. On March move to improve the quality of

en from that LICENSES local water. year ($2,50) or three months ($1)

f Lanlus and Frank Occupational licenses were tak- After a general discussion of (Check which)

ath in mysterious en out in Venice during the past the water main situation, the coun- (All subscriptions must be paid in advance)

lies were found week reports City Clerk Helga cil decided to adopt a specific

it drifted ashore toess-Sieded, by; C. J. Sharpe, water main extension policy, pos- Name _

Their death was Sarasota sign painter, and the sibly at its next meeting. In the

I resulted from gas Merry Sign Co., makers of neon meantime, a study of the matter Address

Lion. signs, also of Sarasota. (Continued OB page ()

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had purchased some bajlront ation.
I
r? VENICE GONDOLIER Red Cross WorkersTo property In Englewood, tight unseen I "2. It II in Idl1
friend had writtento Pot' ,
Receive Work i after a to escape the
:: her in glowing terms of the l'i&on

:..'i':: 7...::..;.:. 'r./- : '-. ...;; ;(: 5:.. ::. e'! Awards Tomorrow possibilities there. wlnlen.'f ..

4' ; .. 3 St-.tnl ce-Xckomu-Lau- "This ,winter" Miss Witchen
s" It -Mr. :: '
1"" P.e ft) e.t'. vstii. It-s workers taid "after being released from dally
re.iteer: : Ted Cross to both salt >
'. S.:c."flt.Vic .A. No- :tF:1. Red Cross duties, I decided to ter ft
; ,/J. .. I'. e as d ::r.:rr.w \\-- ;";:IT.e1 to Sara- i my fishermen. too J
: t
eiUW ei
: c C-i t
S.tKrcteMei > Englewood purchase
"' I. and tea Inspect my "Forth
tter.d r.eetir.g:
t
.. :'a :t.t "' wc'r It t.: se resyyt'SM
.. I sS.t-s i r j rat: : et'u te --S T.
Co-sty chapter before returning to the West Coast. others I urflil
:; the s.-a.a decided I
tr.t. > :'" UI. Ii t C'I'' ..c'i. Well, all that friend had written and a L
; tbe he.d at SJO p.o. in Room my wire the 'DEC/
opj;
'If&: '.1': r I CARROLL'! KM HILL, .AVS, Et cc' I': '.t I"e { Ci.b'.::.i 4. I was true, I found, and I liked Quire the He ..r.J'VMdpropert :

) A.rdi" fir I hj'.;N of work in'' here so well that I decided to' ) came up.1;;.Olc, I

,F Methodist YouthFellowship _-.e \';..=t ttr Service Corps dui hesltati Ucl

ULL1GA Holds .:.| the war years wUl be made I'I'a'I saw three phases of life here oalle

t By C. H. W.h r. N .: the OfotUni Venice which made it seem to Jef01'lCHARTE
Weiner Roast that nowhere could I find a istdenn
.\rscsi then from this tectson I
better opportunity, either for a Bay and Doti dio
.". T-: '. :! the rc.:r.ty who w.U l attend the pa.
7r.' : :If- :cjY: : vi -;; investment or for a year-round Sightler'ftJ-trom'
S: rrrChief :t ro.: ..: :: :::-: *. a!!:.: w.i :toile honors are :':n
: : : -u C: : Belt
: : -e : *: :r j : -' Dotked aniFI'
... .,t..er rul Fr.ir ArE ; : V 0 H-.se ch&.raan cf the to- home: e"e'. N III.
*: i I : .taun
r 'I ; .' -eri -:-: :r. it* Mijuu : !r. = I-;: .caj dressing di7t' "1..enlce'. year-round climate Lord Roberta \ldlnt

Pestotnik r.-.tr :wits :..:if l t-.r.i z{ J.;.. Mrt W.._an :\on... Mn. is wonderful for rest and recuper-

( l t, I. Warns Minors -.e r ?r.u'es. -.-.. p.e er.T.T i" ;:*:r.: ir.i.._Mr&: As W ar._.us. !..LEd.th F.tzhugh; Breed Haen- I I i...'.0'. ..-.................................................................-....-

I, About DrinkingA : at- A f.::'.;..'t :.Jt e! these from'I"
I ir..u it -* : j
t ; .. .t5err. Sara. .: c-r.t who ares :
7r.e st'en.n i were :..t r ( Zeigler's Grocd
-. '..-. ; .1... _.
A .ar.i* :; p.t::. :.:_-.u= sx.tt !iw&:: :r :res *-._ par; .:. next weeki i I
tj I tx.at.r.g ..;.:rs by ron W':: 0:r; .er
.
rays C.:-e CUsi.tr r>:st-i
.
rot t. t-.trs'td is \ .-.::a was :j LAUREL :
Tr..su. Y.rij-.u E.wiet.: :>Lti :
iis.es 'erersay I ty Ch.eJ :i ?;.
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44 :':'.::.t: :.::Aj Curet: Wy-.::e APARTMENTS

Ue G. L. Potter.*. ?..-. :':e? : '. ?,-... F A S.eysxr.e : : Groceries and Meats
I Chef; Ptstur-nc< :.::.re-:: 2. ArL C.-..: ..: ir:rs Pae 1 d
: -e- *
1
"'. .thL. the )pi: three r.cr.hj: -.er G. ;; t&ai. :*: S'.trj e : :re-ari- :'. the Oregon Fruits and

". I have found te".era! cvc-.n. bcyi ;.-. D -. .; le* S.T..T. H:"*' .:t:. .. :.! ;'H:':. :.'j; j|: Vegetables ;

end ilr:'. both. ir. the! pot: i.cr- ..-; C-tr.- :.:.- .r : Xr, H S ....-f.r; '.\ -.:; :::e r .5 :e.ed to $
!r f c! and dnr.k.r.j alechiUc: ::qua rj .s'e \' M Wr.ctea :: W. R. ZEIGLER Vetur rLI
: : er.e. .sI ex- )
E. :::er ant:: E;na : : ;re c ::.u: '

F f. end le.t:. ._- ..-K ..:., .. c.:..xg the war, she I ::..............-.........;...........;:>..............................,.........,
J'"S" fir r.o arrests hive tees

made bur. :=. nc x or. ;t wit: be .
Barbour Named A
the policy of th.i departs.ert t;

arrest and ho.d: any rr.ir.or fcur.iw.th : As Assistant FOR SALE COMPLETEDOUBLEDECKER Aro,

t.l' Ijqucr or beer sail: rr*rrcn to .
Apci: :-cG' Lee E.rt' .r &!
be held u nt.. arran get:-.e.U cato "
!;.;.: ; ;.icr L_ ..: .
i Inside! with \ .e.r ;ire n:1 fcrtr.e.r
I releateWe F.-.U.- was ..-?-. ...-...., :.-... ..cbj < BEDS

ask. Bfori :.:err/.t. m.-.-.e.bc.r .- E.:.
{ art ni the c-speraior.
u :; kstwr. Ve-1
wc
//1 of il operitGrs cf teer parlors -
1'.I\r.. te: iu.r.ec .r f .c O. B. ARCADIA
f and
Lqjcr: ettbL&r.e&i
t) help
t t l.. curb these law '.'iclr.jor.s: These :..:-.' at Venice Army A.: F.... $17.50 FOHENRY R FT. MYERS $$1 l"l;I

I + effort ie-.:; (\'eseu"I
I' -.er&tors a.s<: ire rerror.ded: cf te.
re.. an hsppy; to be tear. : :. .'.
.y rer&pro.ded: : by law
: his: services' Merr.tt ..-.
: r :. '.e c.v..c'.ed of se::"-:-.i : ;- LANIER CANDY CO.
r Leer '.; ..-, .'.- :o r..r.ori- l.tr. e1I ir. &r.r.o-.r.c.r.g: the a-, ..:.1.
meetad: I an are: he w... n t.; ARCADIA FLA.
: ,
,| .T.a-er.aLy to provide the ':=e"r'cod.
Plans Made i:
to I better temce' goal we ha-e

I : Fix: Up Horseshoe set for Li.-.er'i: Fc.-r.tair. "


{, II r t i. Courts in Park Groveland Avenue i

.
'
t E::'..mhu week are being; ma Residence, Sold

( : :.x ", t :, .j.ur.-sed: : horses'
.. ,.. :.. Purchase 'i a f.-.e-beurcTs r.vv
,
t
.c ..-..
= / .i the shaft:
e'
t t : !;bathroom rr.e -. Gro '. -...
C ;
I t -.''. -.".= ,r ;r.e city recrea- 't. a: :: aer.e t ,
b> Mrs. Lse :: B-r'.s c: +
e.y rr.trr.ters of the
I Ve.ce: : Sr.::.ebotrc. c.ab Cir.c.r.r.uOne. Ir,;:: H. N' \V.r...

I :Mr-. F.,,nk RoebucK: Mrs.Bc G. rr.ers Ver.ce reamwas: c..:.

V.' ",. ::r. Mrs F. :.r. Budge, c.osed jes'erda Negct.a-.crj
!
/ .,:.1 Mrs Water B Sheehan. atie'c..g were handed: by Margaret B. '+ i
Iltak.
,
I tie thumeboird tourna- Evans ot theVimn.ers oi..ce t' .

I \ rant between Venice and Sara- Mrs Bums is the newly: ..ec. eV

h ""a ned: .ast Morday night! there, ted president of the Veruce-Xc

too* time out to komis Women's club.
play a few games lifts
I, of horseshoes. i
I
t They reported! that overhead

j.. lights and a shell filling for the I CLASSIFIEDADS Our First Shipment of Easter Sunday Is April 21 ..'

gouged-out areas around the POTTED EASTER LILY PLANTS I
M stakes are all that need to '
r: to place the horseshoe be provided l2e a word first, 21 we'd. Ie each Will Arrive Friday .
courts
;! j In first-class condition again. ::tt Cash onaI word with Ad.Mnimum, Spacial" Charge rates, Orders Taken Now For Immediate We Carry a Varied Select ''I
for mora than one ,insertion, 01 the 'I "
11m Id.) II Delivery .
l Venice Indians May Of Hallmark or Rust Craft ;
FOR SALE SIX TO SEVEN
tt Enter New League BLOSSOMS
TWO SKIFFS. 1. grid II ,
1 h-t ??)' $3.50
rquipyii.| ltt 'h ".'h Strives Mra CARDS
GREETING
.
Possible entry of the Venice '' d nt..r ". E Ed\\ar.b. 'i
al
,
,
.
$ l1e.rHI'.I .
Indians baseball orges if( Von
team In the proposed Inlet r,. write care Gen, I
f' Tamiaml Trail oral /.J.II'O"'sva, .. ,
league will
h be discussed tomorrow Thurs H; "i'L' KtMi*:NTiAi'M' i In Bulk or by the Box

day night, at 8 p. m., at a meet. .gffrffin: Boy str-et.I. Venice Light: "d Those Fine

I ing to be held in Community hall, ,
..
above the Gulf theatre In Venice. FHKT: land..n hard.ur'ared I miles from LOVELLANDCOVELCHOCOLATES \
t&I Byron Jones Tirnin. Bx ,
2.'onlo"
acting manager of \ ."Ja.STO .
the recently: revived nine
said all
'. "
\ ;. .
C'AIEIIA-T\\'o.hurn.r .
fans k.
and "
players of the "N-O-V- K stove and Good Pound $1.10
E-L" district are urged to attend 110. Also head Tr, slew II t Boxes $1.25 & $1.50

the meeting, during which a permanent rT-ra-rt'ss. lens 1.lnoh MSff-
J+ photo with I SI fociiHlnr |lens
With
: manager for the local fr.rv.nrrch: Reasonable. A.: Cur. Florentine
other squad is slated! to be selected and mont.o.lpplno. drl\"Garage Nukoml.. Apart Hand-Made Sterling Silver Colonial Driptell'JEWELRY
business matters attended
Punta Gorda to JOHNSON: "klek.r," lhor..po.....,
also
Is consider. Also high chair. Inquire"n"lI.n CANDLES
Ing Cleaners. "nlee.
entering the proposed! Tam!.

ami Trail league and Jones expects STUCCO r.'f. HOUSE. I rooms. bath, IIle 32.50
garage now
to obtain water system new
detailed informa softener UP Assorted Tape'L'
I tion concerning the blocks rom'bay,nj I block:landscaped west: of,
new loop in 1:1.: I.. opposite Pine Camp
{' time to present It at the meeting on Palmetto road. Price Cabin n.7&0..
r 'urnl.h"d. Immediate
here tomorrow night. C. lIar"ld Bates, occul.enc
Nokomi

The first transcontinental Venice 1110. J'hon. NedkuJOOJ

tele FOR RENT f/ilt $kJp
graph message was sent to Presi

dent Lincoln in 1861 by Chief NICELY house on FURNISHED the beach at Ihr..roolll
Treasure
Justice Stephen F. Field of Cali land. blontthly rental or summer Ia.
fornia. season rates. Take Allies road across I
south bridge VENICE
4 I I Treasure Beach.north 1" mile to
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Now Open to Former Chicago Keys Fans 16 P.-T. A. MeetingIs


:As Year-Around Resort, Business Man To As Indians Win Postponed

,. Build Home Here From Ve-No-Hi, 5-3 Postponement of this week's

iW.Wagner, who have been staying at the Worth- I meeting of the VeniceNokomlsParentTeacher
lon it* here for several months while the Warm "Someday this town of Venice With Jimmy Keys striking out association until 8 .

t3 t .being readied for opening to the public, left last will come to life and then It will It batters and walking only one, p. m. next Monday, April 15, was
N. Y. October 1. be an Ideal spot"That I the Venice Indians last Wednesday -
R ; They plan to return about announced yesterday by Mrs.
+' 'the famed springs, located about 12 miles southeast observation was made by afternoon defeated the Ve-
r. George Higel, Jr., president. The
be I George Stauch, now retired aft-i No-Hl nine 8 to 3 at the Venice
q VenHKftrffl_ meeting had been scheduled for
er more than 50 years in the Insurance ball park on East Venice avenue.
!jlic aTCMnuner, Trailer Camp last night.At I
McLaoe in charge business in Chicago, to Keys was In rare form, and
The cottages, to be rented to
........-.,"Ff Mrs. Stauch whenever they happened -I never got in serious trouble. His next Monday night's meet-
-- visitors to the springs, will fea-
_ to drive through Venice brother, Edward Keys, hurling for Ing, the program will be devotedto
Jefoni leaving Venice
ture tile baths, model kitchens, !
sident of Warm while making frequent winter I the high school, also pitched good "health of children" and a filmon
1 and "twin bed" bedrooms. At
trips to Florida during the past ball, striking out seven and walk
., 'dlaclosed that' nutrition will be shown.
s, present, a modem trailer camp Is
20 years. I ing two. Joe Josart was behindthe
-from 30 to 40
I cottage being operated at reasonable rates,
sanitan.facilttt Last week Mr. and Mrs. Stauch plate for the Indians, while
II. s1 a which include all privileges of
purchased three lots in the vicinityof James Franklin
performed the
'x tad
taurant, ao the springs. A modern bath house
I Avenue des Parques and Gran- catching chores for Ve-No-HI. McCARTERHYDER
Elding ';'Iselated.W.
also Is open to the public and
yt :1J!" ." I large home-sites near the springsare ada street here and disclosed they Other V -No-HI players were:

being offered for sale. plan to build their own home as I Glenn Stephens, L. Chadwick, J. ,

Dlnne"I Known throughout the nation soon as they can obtain building! Landis, R. Smith, C. Stevens, H.
materials. Chenault, B. Hankin. The Indians' '
for its medicinal value, the watersof GARAGE
"This winter, Stauch explained squad included Jack Lutz Louis
,
,Gulf the springs have long been in
"we have been staying at Indian -
: ... demand and Wagner disclosed Adorjan, Byron Jones, Shirling, General Auto and Boat

r: :: ; plans are being made to bottle! noted Rocks with, near Interest Clearwater that Veniceat We James Edge and Hijhtower Roland, Keys.Bill Brooks, E. Repairing

the water and market it on a
lee nation-wide scale. I last was beginning to come The score by innings: NOKOMISFormerly
Into its own and we decided to Indians
The springs may be reached by 003 011 000-5 ( Mae RlnQO'l Garage)
buy our new homesite before returning -
Ve-No-Hi 001 110
000-3
going south from Venice on the
to our summer home at
Tamiaml Trail, then turning lefta '
Montague, Mich. We plan to return I ,
mile and a half south of the
; early next fall and build
Myakka river, where the recently -
t .. just as soon as materials are
constructed Warm Salt Springs available." VENICENOKOMISBANK
road joins the main highway.

-, Scouts Return
t
"
: RE BARBER SHOP
From CamporeeOnly
AroaNJaildiat\ S a. m. to < p. m. Week.dlYI
VENICE, FLORIDA
VKNICKtfa! ;:4i S a. m. to I p. m, Saturdays troop of Sunnyland coun-

i cil which includes Sarasota, Bra- "WE INVITE YOUR ACCOUNT"Member

denton and Ft. Myers, to partici-

pate, 10 members of Venice-No- of Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
Privilege
A to Live In Florida
komis Boy Scout Troop No. 28 returned -

" A Distinction to Live In Venice here last Saturday from a Maximum Insurance
two-day Scout Camporee at the $5000 For Each Depositor $5000

Bok Singing Tower, near Lake
H. N. W1MMERS
Wales. More than 600 Scouts from

Realtor troops throughout Florida attendedthe

affair. .

AH 10 of the local youths came

VENICE FLORIDA back with honors, nine of them ......--- Large Shipment of

. Where the Tamlaml Trail Meets the Open Gulf now having the right to wear /

. ..,:A''s the coveted "Standard Campers" .n ,- Deluxe Quality "Kyso"HOSE

emblem on their uniforms and the

tenth, Senior Patrol Leader Rol- 1.1:2
:
and Franklin who was in chargeof : '

the group, being awarded a
PALMGRILL special "Service Patrol" emblemfor (A Standard Oil Product)

his assistance to Judges and 25 AND 50FOOTLENGTHS

others at the camporee.To CONNECTIONS, WITH JUST ARRIVEDISPRINKLERS !

win their "Standard Camp-

"Home Cooking" ers" emblems the local boys had

to pass exacting tests in general

camping and six special projects,
Open
including fire building and life- WE CARRY SEVERAL TYPES,'
7 t9 f' ".
: Venice, Ave., (\Tamlaml Trail line throwing. INCLUDING THE FAMOUS
S P. M. to 8 P. M.
DIce In addition to Roland Franklin, "HURRICANE"VENICE
V
: Cloned Saturdays
boys making the trip were: Wolf
- -------- - patrol, Otis Bronson, patrol leader -

; James Franklin, assistant leader LUMBER CO.

e ; Raymond Edge, Raymond
Mitchell, and Mickey Keys; Beaver Venice Ave., Near Seaboard Depot Phone 2632

r Garage patrol, Glenn Stephens, patrol I
leader; Webb Chenault, assistant

patrol leader; Douglas Murdockand


if NOW OPEN Robert Buddy N.Ridenour.Larsen of the city Every Modern Housewife Knows I e .

CARS AND TRAILERS STORED water department drove the boysto
and from the camporee in a

.. ,. 'J j FOR THE SUMMER truck donated by W. P. Hayes of

..',;.;:t-1'i'N':' >f' In Modem Fireproof Garage the Stone Farm association. r tri

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FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES

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f "wKCM I IS Attracting much Interest in this (district e" I I
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i ... MI ...... It, V I", Ate-..1N taint presented this week at the Venlc -:-ckomll v2"under
i I I ,% : ,. ';.i:r ....*.! cot the direction of Dr. V. Talmadge
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.. t .I..:.::.0.',......:..:,....,...:.'. ..'I.,.:..;".' ."..':'::;of:,. I II. I : ; ::i r::. '! tonal azd Saturday will speaker continue, however.and through Bible teacher.next Sunday The services, There ft4t*JL'itg i! 'I:

e ;' aelt: .,......' ::; )l .Wt-ll
:
I ,. ; .:7 !: rt"t"": ,, for the remaining services vite the enter,
S ....,.: .. .,. .... I :-' I Subjects; ] tend
Tonight Wednesday, the
are: tertiicesTamlami
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ce i i ias "Deciding For Etem1 '"; Friday
.: .111 IS.I: : : ,. p r ]' | 7.
f :az e t ; "The Indelible Record"Young 1 ,
: Mile
.... I North ,,' "
.. L '"M : people service); Sunday II.1
t : .1: -: H. '-:1: .f T .tJP.....*t! morning service) "The Final NOKOMisLODGE! ,

rI .. f.:1 .. Choice". ,
-.: ," -1-. .'..;.;:. ..: m, .rc...aj ..4'ut.:,..--.'foU:. : c-,.....:.. The Rev, T A. Shipley pastor Nokomis. Fl.,-00.'f
: ; tit I
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: ct :f the local Methodist church
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REPAIRED ._' ..oH :: .: .t-... ;. :.u:.!.r h. t --"
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::a at StWhitton t .. ...... C:0CHa I
& Purrii : ..!: :: :':f't :: :: s..was.. I [ fPA... MUSIC PIANO Tau; tlnyfut I :; j
P tie *
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... : ':'t: "'01' et Children|
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FLY : .F/ :o-f'T ,::'-.r-- VENICE '

'A '. II It "?*..,.II.... Vi Si' ) : :: < ?4 fr' : .. PLUMBING ....

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:1: A.-: :* ZED E \:C.PE :14LERS ": .-. .. :"' :':1 etr
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1" MAINTENANCE 24.HOUR TOWING SERVICE

a# U /R Fred J. I( ..u Ert..ci I'' : ) 'f' Phone 2M1 &.* VKIUi',

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AI 1 S would be, "301." The final block of: rento, will be considered "West" Lust Lenten the council's water committee.The .

West Venice avenue before it: streets. As Ponce de Leon does council also voted to auth-

1)num reaches the Gulf would be the' not run as far east as the Trail, l1usicaI'Service orize Mayor Clyde V. Hlgel to
700" block. but starts at Nokomis
avenue, its
a s street Last of the series of Lenten appoint a committee to obtain cooperation -
first block "
would be
Even Right, Odd Left a 200" of business houses and
e south musical services being presentedat
! block.
tit, Going east on Venice avenue In i'
Y r1 property owners .a general
St. Mark's Episcopal Church In
'eoJ.. from the Trail, the even numbers Streets such as Armada, which "clean up the city" movement. i
Venezia Park will be held at 4
1111: No- would be on the right, or south start off north and south from '
o'clock this afternoon. Dr. Leon-
.5 will be side of the street, Hightower explained Venice avenue but curve gradu-
ard Stryker, rector, will officiate.
J th Hlgel'sk'for with the "400" block ally so that they run east and west :

-... ; ex- starting at Seaboard avenue. before coming to an end, will be Mrs. Eugene Maier, soprano, will

':.t': "201". "Under' this system," he said, labeled "North" and "South", respectively be the soloist, with Lota Mundy, GULFTHEATRE

;'Grocery store "one only need remember that violinist, and Anne Tilley, organist -

.-.... even numbers are on the right Completing Work assisting. Mrs. Maler will

as you go In the direction in open the program with Handel's
which the numbers increase, and Hightower this week is com- "0' Lord, Correct Me." Other
Ly pleting work of placing the
Ttl NQW cor-
odd numbers are on the left." highlights of the program will be
\ \ Angled streets west of the Trail, responding street numbers oppo- her singing of "Ave Maria," by VENICEBox
site each
lot number
on large
a
such as Ponce de Leon or Sor- Bach-Gounod, with violin obligato, Office Open 7 P. M.
I ENICEEdltoria map of the city of Venice. As soonas and Good Friday music from Wag- First Show Starts 7:15 P. M.
it has been approved Second Show Start S:4> P. M.
w officially "
ner's "Parsifal, by Mrs. Mundy.
MATINEE SUNDAY
-... 5i by the city council, which holds Its
... TRIANGLE INN Box Offlc. Open I P. M.
..
next regular meeting next Tues- Show Start I:19 P. M.

.....' Room By day night, this map will be placedIn COUNCILMENContinued WEDNESDAY 4. THURSDAYApril
the office of the Chamber of 10, 11
( from Page 1)
0K K tSh.op Day or Week Commerce. will be made. One suggestion un- "YOLANDA AND THE

" Venice Corner Nassau der consideration is in THIEF"
.... VENICE Businessmen and homeownersmay that cases
. 41 0 and PensacolaUsed where an outlying Fred Aatalr Luelll BrtmorFRIDAY
... then consult this map to de- property own-
termine the number assigned to er desires extension of a city mainto A SATURDAYApril
their particular location and make his land, he be required to de- 12 13

their own arrangements for installation fray the cost, later on getting at "BEHIND GREEN

: of the numbers. House least a partial refund of his mon- LIGHTS"

,$:K&fti Furniture of All Type. numbers of various styles, to suit ey as intervening property owners Carol Landi William QirQin
the tastes of individual owners, hook onto the main. sUNDAY 4 MONDAY

S jtif et; f.'q: 'JHlah..t Prices Paid are expected to be placed on sale Councilman H. S. Bowden heads "COL EFFINGHAM'S April 14. 18

lid:;.; In various local stores in the near
Dr ,"l,, RAID"Joan
f ('(.w.W.f: future. Bennett Charles Coburn
.t. HIM Cabinet* Tanks Work Benches Virtual completion of the house PARTY William EythaTUES.

",,Y ft'Cam Cupboards Shelving numbering plan enables the Cham- WED. .
"!
t, Y >'iFurniture Some Lumber 'FISHING 18, 17, TSHURS."THE
ber of Commerce board of directors
t:,gf1 LJ4Dt 5 LOVE OF
/e Cu$ Tea4 'hose Je McNeil Phone to check off one of the J. 8. WilkinsonVenice 2049
. Venice 2682 three major projects they adopted OURS"
.. !e .w (Boat Docked Venice Inlet Marl Oberon Claude Rains
at their March 14 meeting, less Road)
:i "
than a month ago. The other two
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... ,. r' 'w'.rhe projects involve possible city acquisition -
of the Venice Army AirField PAINTING DECORATING
Soroi Pre-War Service" -
Friendly and construction of a "short

cut" Venice-Arcadia road. GUARANTEED
VENICE; GARAGEAND { J

',H WORKMANSHIP
HOUSE GUESTS _,

Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Budge of
ERVICE STATION
Hopewell, Va., are house guestsof
-
.J\ Standard Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Bolts, .Jr.,
Oil Products
\' of Venice.
1 Jt '.;, "* E. B. THOMAS
',. .nice Avenue and Tamlaml Trail

VIiii LNICI 11St, ...q DICK RICH HIGEL p. O. Box 87
: J." ':; J,> '. VENICE
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: already under way, the Higels are

r.. .H. .. now accepting orders for prompt .
delivery of blocks and invite any- REVOLVING
r
N, 1JC y one iiterested in building a new

hoiT'to!" contact them for details. SPRINKLERS"PARK"
., a .
.
,.e 0 .rWW. / Concrete building blocks are

currently popular with Florida
Two Arms
i ,
builders, it was pointed out, not $1.98
it his full only because they are obtainable Throw 40-Foot Spray
II Jill
tin to'" bUll- I I while lumber and brick are scarce, .

oe< : :J: I but because they possess certain "HURRICANE" "CmB"
-''''' .
definite
t' '.1\\t advantages.
Solid Br..e, Two Three Arms,
'Builders' find them desirable $4 95 Cl1 79
JrTJHHITURE UPHOLSTERING, Arms, Adjustable a Good Value .
the HIgels declared "because of
\IRE USHING REPAIRING
'J their general all-around
strength,
,,1'0-, '-'Io.-: RAY 'H3tfl1NG' their ability! to withstand storms, LANIER'S VARIETY STOREVENICE

Pta.;:y0: '4.10w. LAUREL Phone Venice 231S their coolness, ease in handling,

and because they "
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sCOF \"ENICE ,GONDOLIER WednGunnison

a "ready-made" trailer --
been received from the printers. | VAAF camp could!
would have
that already street, the
C ELECTSNMRECTORS I
Secretary Leo Kropp reportedthe be (Continued from Page 1) various community building, 000,rfqu1remenfl.With
booklet are expected to acquiring various buildings at the recreation areas, lighting water JUSments. only a
ready for distribution at the nextceet Durin
donations. and sewer fac lities. I
field as plant
of the directors, at which! never
I crag app
-I'd like to acknowledge receiptof $1,000 a Week paclty,
alto will choose rew.ifuers even
tine they
letters" he told The Gon- II One of aim
r those private operator trailer 6,000
Ccarr.erce. men
fcr the Chanter ct Rem
AT ENGLEWOOD I i I Idolier, "and to advise all concerted camps is reported to have declared he laid, ItiIQ
that I have forwarded I be could "clear $1,000 a 3.
A program tt fun and rauslc f'e".uch letter to ACQuisition c ii.
each and I week if I could get that set-up airport,
fc::wed the business session. The complete, ,
By HAYWARD GREEN higher! army authorities In Tam and operate it for myself." repair .%
Annual meeting of the Enf'.e- :r.-gram ccwiited: of selection bythe pa. I have no Jurisdiction In the jl, 2. Acquisition of a sewage disposal duty equip,,, ,
cf Mrs. Percy Burr, nn\\'i)1,
1 '.tid Chanter cf Ce.. eree. xvl'Jj string mo matter: it is out of my bands. plant which, according tMajor o able Venice! etc,
Violet: Blair: and Mr Maud 10
ee.cn: cf Jour new director as rs. He explained that a few temporary Charles Curtis VAAF post bid for ItiI
R 'c:.. a hur.oroui letter read by a Pact In
the feature, was held last Wednesday : buildings, condemned forvarious i engineer in a report to Colonel of FI jrida
rift & the Picr.eer c:::t- ::rs Burr and two character reasons have been disposed aiati"9

r.:use sketches! giver by Dr. Mary G_. of during the past few'weeks. : ..... .... .!. .............. ..........

Named to t. direccrs were- Mrj.Eswir. but that no otl.er structures -

Esj'.e. Dr. Mary Gretr. Englewood P.-T. A. are slated to be release JIM PONDER
Charles Fe"er. and CoJ; D. A. I, :. Ail: grounds and buildingsat I
'.
Graham. Enjoys Program VAAF will be turned over to '.
Prior to the r.etUr.j. the Pioneer the United States District Engineer '".
J club: and tte Chamber of Ccrs- Or.e a the outstanding pro- upon termination of army .. eCt
ir.i: cf the year wa presented '. 1
coerce had a c-veed dish supper. activities "in the near future." '. I t.n2v
: Wednesday afternoon durir.gthe '
This was the Tint activity: Ice sr will .
-When this is done and it o!
I April meeting: of the Er.je.vci :
the cul: :.: "
1 ) yew prender-t.: r. be soon. Colonel Gunnison declared
Frank Could, went into office. '. : P..! A. Features included a "the Real Estate Representative ::1

Perry SpeikiAf.tr Ie. r., by the pupil of Mrs. Ash of the 1'. S. District En Two Stores

the nipper. \VsmV.. ''<. .".;: s class ar.d a talk on "Light gineer's office, In Orlando Fla., ... Wore
'S::: Ferry ila graphic ac- :'-.e H'tine," giver by Katherine will te responsible for disposingof ,.. the .ti

>I c.::::: cf ..emeI, experience E.." .k-tar cf the Ficrida: Power the grounds and buildings.He :: In Venice On the Tans,:he Iof :
.n the war. streuir.g the r.ecessity and Ligct ccrr.pany. will dispose of it to the :.: On West Venice Avenue 1 Mile North .tIeI-I

P i cf Keeping;:: a irts ::i\-)-. Afttr1 I Ii Features of the r.ext meeting cf priority groups, with each group ::: last

i !his talk. Guy Ferry ;,rt.. et cf ;Er.ge-.vcd: P.-T. A. will te the having a definite limited time- I JIM PONDER'SPackage JIM PONDB 1c.:

the Chanter ci Ccr.r.erce. cae> :ec::-:-. cf officers and the plan- frcm 10 to 20 day I have been I : diatl

to that body Ie,elher. He ud cf :r.ir.g : the! annual picrJc.! Muss&n informed in which to exercise : CocktaiLoungi,. fat 1
the 6cecir.pishr.er.ts: cf tht Jastl ,
Koron. county 4-H demon. Its priority. I Store 'Wopmi.
", year and expressed regret that i(tr--r v.-:: be the guest speaker "In order cf priority these : 4

., ::.e new bookV.i: have not yet ;i' the r.eetir.g. I groups are: I :::: QUALITY LIQUORS AND our
PACK
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.......It....... .... ................, A.B. State Federal and agencies.tax-supported in. I :..*...............:-......... ....:-. ...................................'.':-IllICIt acU

f.j "C'Lo's'j' a" MAY 1ST j: I I ititutier.t.hospitals.!such: as schools ar.d certain -iI'to the

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: For The Summer : C. County government. r uses
:* ;| D. Local and municipal! gov I,, THIS WEEK'S lift
J' Will Knfin In The Fill With, I Blair md Better Lire !j err.ner.ts. I rpm
'Including, (Through Tuesday, Ap ial) ;aerJ
.
: !' E. Veterans.F. I

::: Gifts For All Occasions > General public. Lanier Fountain Special"A hiidl't II

"I understand that the federalicvemrr.er.t ,
I* P em Ci fr II Reps rs Before .
May tot : plans to handle disposal
.'. 1 uf the equipment, such as HAM andEGGS tern
Semones
|: the Jeweler tools: motor vehicles, etc. here at t 9

:t CptMtt ft Ei-< in Venict the field: in similar 'priority' fash .

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. . . . . . ...................' ion. only the agency in this case
will te
H'I"'loi-H''H+I++++.I-H+I+H'-f'H++ ....++I+....H+.....+I+ :ratter.s! -

!i VOTE FOR that b(.dy being in Jacksonville."

i Those who have stud.ed the Toast, Coffee Wie"h

W. L. ( BILL ) WOODARD t way in which the federal gotem.coon. Served ,
is handling disposition of from 8 a. m. to 10:30: IE ,:twice

I for f array air fields throughout the SAID

country declare that, if a legitl DRUG pie
j 1 COUNTY COMMISSIONER I maelfE for the benefit of the DEPARTMENT Eb Pe

j DISTRICT public can be shown, any cf the tilt'eh
; 3 fIrs fourpriority1 groups including SPECIALUntil tt

;I' YCIR VOTE AND SUPPORT WILL BE APPRECIATED J a municipality! such as [ Tuesday, April II) rt
l Venice can obtain all
I or of
.. part
< Pa.i .
'r ; P..c A. .
ersem
) a field: and its equipment: for
only
t. 4.44.4r4" r4r44.4L..44-, H+444.4.4.444.4.}.}.44'vti44.4444.4.4.4There _r a token payment or even abso FLITInsecticide I C
:lutely: without cost. Psomta
+ I
Commenting along this lire .1
Cousins asserted that, so far as he
,
r il no has been I -, .I
able:
to learn,
".-. IhorUt 01 the three none of : ':i r..! ". ,:atwqi"
h groups
ranking
good ahead of
dry
4 .,,..., gleaning the city of Venice en the priority Qt ,49c I Air ady I,

,I I list has indicated any intention of I GaL 'Mr

v asking for the base, or any major $1.60 )o.. i let tint?
NOW part of it-and. :Msi
tA buildings,
cr
Y I equipm ert. headachesget or i; .

"That means, in effect" he de- you don]

cUred. -that we are No. 1 andK.at star,
have just ]
it is Imply I
a
matter of our
1\\ making up our mind to act. But cine you t&> >

f we should decide Just what we nip them in tit!:
plan L
to do with the field
jl1BUT
'. act immediately not wait until and and make y.C!

we are notified that we have 10 better ak
or 20 days in
which to act
or lose
our priority right." once!

Three Suggeitiem Ji
Three Definite! possibilities have I i

been suggested for beneficial use I See Ut For WhateverYou Going Aw5Y1MOTH pal\V'

ok, :of least te the air 1:00 base by the city at'I Need In the Line of f1J!
acres
,;0 or so that 11
a '7 oWed outright I
Hangers are Still by the federal
t' 1 government and on which FISHING 1-Ib. Pkg. ....-
.1 are
Hard to
Get located aU

'!I ,. well a. water existing mains, buildings a sewer u' TACKLE 5-Ib. Pkg. .......j
I tem electric: lighting ".1.1 ---
and other
\' .
They are: faCllitiES'1
1. 1'se cf the
of the base POrtion I
l li adjoining the
f 1-1 Tamiami
Trail I LANIEBRcxall
. ,. of the

\' for con-
Please il) _
i Return Your Extra Hanger ,ated .
TO VENETIAN of)
CLEANERS FOR PICKUP people.

SERVICE. CALL VENICE 2671 out Proponents that it offers) of) this the idea POint DRUG STORE

t portunity to city an ...
..ith acquire and 'op-I Post Office Arcade VENICE
relatively
small Inc & .........

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