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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: February 28, 1947
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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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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a $1,000 contribution t
Admitting that a new tlwIl: : .
Bernice and Robert R. ,
fihool is needed in Veniceairs; >
of Jamay Beach, Trea-
1gr'V that, facilities at the present hr3t
Island donations from thi
school In Nokomis are inadegsuite
Nokomis-Laurel district t
even now, County Suvrlr; <.' Da! Sarasota Veterans Memor 'Ilk dent of Public Instruction ,..,...-
passed the .
Hospital campaign
man Kimbroueh last TLsewle r.
[W mark today. night promised members ol Loop.

E Bowen, chairman, and Venice Business Assodatjnn tta,4.
h. Charles McG Roberts, vice he will recommend to the Cows ,.

of the local volunteer school board that It proorft:' ....

iters, reported collections to once to select a site bmp
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|fe from this district amounted the f"t"i 'sSgy

",001 at noon today. Head i a\', 1," rorcc fitat_ ,
Irtera In Sarasota reportedliitvtr tion the \c..ZIR Pi.'I. site ntt

that about $25.000 more 44 the one now In use us k aroonrV-

Deeded to reach the $200,00 pal airport Kimljuiugli .-.itt't
b Kt for the county-wide cam the tipoit) site would tar
ri'fereb'.e: because 1' rnuld a IMMde -
more com and It wool Kr
Large Donations
eater and cheaper to uu'rttft.he .
b addition to those listed in
bt Gondolier last week, Bowen T'e I i pioduclr time.

id Mrs. Roberts reported the .. DedicatedThe
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school braid rcTn'Sj *
contributions of $50 or I
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SPARKS CIRCUS ALL SET FOR t'l the city council ti i'Un: *
FREE TRIP TO CIRCtSRalph i' Jr.James E. Blades $100: Dr.. BIG SHOW HERE NEXT SUNDAYFinal I Slmpsc, commander :iv In eSt'roror five /cwr.. Sass
((Thompson, $100; Mrs. H. L. *
I of \o-\1'1 Post No 139 of ,:ii- city a'lotncy art ...-a itr'
5. $100; Frank A. Curry, preparations for the opening of the Sparks Circus have the American Legion today ,'onrll that the proyt'tK *

,H; Laurel school $68.75 In- been completed and everything Is ready for the Public Dress Rehearsal announced that the local Legionnaire tun dedicated already to p tvu .
$25 from Mr. and Mrs. which Kill! be staged here this Sunday afternoon March 2, would like to have 'p" and th't the couiv (l lust wa

1t Hill. at 2:30 p m. any bedridden person in or n'H.: rrlty I" deed It to art '3C'I'
[ Other new contributors includ- The new "Big Top" Is up and near Venire ho would like to : A' tt v'' C"J1It'..

(Continued on page two) ready at the Venice Air Base Arcadia to Send witness this Sunday after n : Faun ,. car-vt

grounds and the main entranceIs noon's Sparks Circus dress rehearsal aM j.. d the pro or 's19

Officials to Visit located at the South Gate on Delegation toT do so as their guest. i I' Highway 41. The main entrance "\ telephone call to thief of hT'io<< would .' Oi' i vi i,jp.ttJ ""-.
Palmetto for gates of the menagerie tent \ .B.A. LuncheonLed Police Gerry Pcstolnlk anytime ti tiding a'-hoV on tli site 4?-

Speed Trap' Talk gates of the menagerie tent :Saturday or Sunday spite lack o' n deed to tic luna

will open at 1 :30 pm, and, be- by L. V Conrath secre- mornin:." Simpson said, "will Klmbioui,1 said the matter buts ,
Tb tit down with Palmetto city fore the big show stalls the tary of the DeSoto County Cham- bring 4 car to the home of the foal referee: to the bJardf: *ttoincy. -

idols I and business men for a Sparks Circus band will be heard ber of Commerce a delegationfrom bedridden person to take him Howtvc. at the class ot
hot discussion bf the current under the baton of Hemy Kyes, Arcadia will come to Ven- or her to the flicus as the tie V.B.A meeting at the C fYI!" i(

Oed trap" accusations aimed famed maestro of the circus ice this Sunday to attend the 12 Lrglon'i guest: C office Tuesday mglU. bon:

t that city Venice-Nokomis world noon "Road-to-Arcadia" lunch- promised to contact the Style

pmbtr of Commerce officials James Edgar general manascr: eon to be held at the Venice In- No-Vel Post of Road Department imnicdwUf
I Join with similar representaof has been busily engaged during let Docks Restaurant by the Venice to see whther It would reknx udt.

other Gulf Coast cities In the winter months snpenisinz: Business Association. Legion Installs the airport: site for school ,,,\0,
Nni a journey to Palmettoa the 1347 of the (Ownership of the 35-acre pr,-
the preparations for O. L. Kincaid, chairman New Officers
a few days. tour and has engaged many IKWSINDY V.B,\ board of governors, was I eity is tested in the SJIQJ
fc L. Valade, Sarasota district advised by Conrath yesterday Headed by Ralph Simpson of School board memoir Peed:

er of the South Florida TIME TABLE that! "at least one car and possibly Venice who succeeds Thomas MWiede Continued on page trot

Nr Club (AAA.), came toP 13: Noon Venice 'r.sAssociation two" will bring DeSoto [ Jr. as commander, new
0 yesterday to confer withNdent Road.to-,\rca- County boosters of the "Venice- officers of No-Vel Post No. 159 I Venice Police

H. S. Bowden and SeoPT dla" luncheon at Venice Inlet to-Arcadia'! short cut road Idea of the American Legion were Nab Prowler ,
Harry A. Beach of the lolt Docks Restaurant to the luncheon meeting here elected and installed!! in a brief -t

of C regarding the plan- 1:30: !).in. :Menacrle Also] slated to attend the meet- ceremony at the Legion's Venice Chief of Police Gerry Pnsliinlks j\J\

PBeetlng.lanwhlle.. I tents open at Sparks Circus Ing. which will! be concluded in Air Base clubhouse last Monday policy of malnta'ju'tv *

Acting Mayor O. C. winter quarters circus lot. tlmo to permit VBA, members dusk-to-dawn' patrol of tKslty '
f 000 of Palmetto,' Just across Venice Air Base. and their guests to attend the 2 CANTEEN OPEN :' adopted last: week after OrsLanier's 'I.
With checker ping pong store bursary :f
Manatee River from Braden- 2 p.m. Ores parade, p.m. KMI dress parade and the Dry Goods
other a\ailablc,
Issued a statement denying band, park In front of s<'hnol. 2:30 pm Sparks Circus final and games paid quick dividends w
{ft speed trap ,exists there to 2:30 pm. Final dress rehearsal tliess rehearsal are numerous I and seizing coffee, dough. About 4 o'clock 'eslerda4'norning I tj.1
drinks, the ;:
nuts and soft new Night Officer Ifcrfcflanchey r,
Circus at officials.
unsuspecting motorists. Sparks state and county '
canteen for Legionnaires a
in Bur
l< *rted (the complaints arise winter quarters Venice Air Frank Raeburn, Howard Wha- members and their surprised a man

p the fact that Palmetto hasnous base. ley and Leland Potts, in charge auxiliary friends will be opened by NoVel act of stealing produce a stalk shipment of banian Lars*
from
traffic problem on its Contiuned on page seven) a
159 Saturday
Pos No.n lad been left in the dooraar *The
unjustly street but "we feel" we have and old-time stars of tie! circus --- night at the Legion clubhouse Venice Food Shop.

accused. world wM are now rehenrs.n-5 at Venice Air Base The alleged thief had neuter

their routines Joe Kolfinl., famous I Coming Events I Paul Goldenslein, entertainment ;d at a local hotel under IKSlame
bareback rider and hIs committee chairman
of Don Platino. Chief I'W
'Weathe'RrURg I troupe; the Acevedo troupe from of the post said! the otmk said, but was idenUfte

Mexico; Francisco and RamonaEx Saturday. March 1 canteen henceforth will be ater as Floyd L. Crouch. D;. 41C

RAINFALL ,Beyhosa, -and other acts are 8 pm", No-Vel Legion canteen open every Saturday evening Tampa, and formerly of Loa Air-
Hula 'Lew I.ch.corded .' ready to start their season's tour opens, Venice Air Base clubhouse. from 8 p.m. to midnight
.... ,...feels herd of 48pm [:eles.
t! ,F ... ,..lr .y.46 0.000.'tt and the famous Sparks Tuesday, March Held on a charge of posse****
are here council meets, city night.J. ,
elephants City far-
.41 0.00so performing pending
of stolen property
amazing D. Tate, Englewood was Installed -
0.004s and rehearsing their hall. the her investigation. Crouch WEIL; ,
vlce-commader
0.10Is Acrobats, wire walkers No-Vel post Legion aux- as ;
stunts. 8pm Noko- turned over to the Sheriff silica
4.08'di H. Mauriece Felton,
clubhouse, Rev
other performers
artists, and llary meets Legion
trapeze .
0.00 ( yesterday
Conuuned on page seven)
the gala
Base.
are awaiting Venice Air
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: Page. orlllR' VENICE GONDOLIER Friday February *.
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: Marti's Please .Suite that he did the
HOSPITAL Mr. and Mrs. Joe Brown: SCHOOL SITE ''of the evening. This beat ,

j Mr and Mrs. W. C. Anderson Audience At aulle
? from page one) gratlatlng and he uj
(Continued gaVe
i' (Continued from page one) Mr and Mrs. T. E. LaByer Mr. it
\ td: :Miss Laura R. Mohun Mrs. and Mrs. Alvin Jones Mrs. L. Hayes of Venice told the VBA. Recital HereThe and coloring and unde
',i 'W. o. Hulme Frank J. Cadwell, Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. T. M. members that he had recently that was needed.

I )Sr. and Mrs. T. S. EddY Mrs. Wrede, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Edward learned "there are no strings on Community Service Club The short numbers at
libel: Thomas Mrs. Austin Flint, Courtoy Mrs. Tsalvcl, Mr. and the airport site," referring to a presented Samuel Marti and I of the program were the! t

>Ir 1\ Frank Welde, Herman A. Mrs. O. W. Freeman, Mr. and previous common understandlnf in recital last I enJo
formerly QunhJld Nilsson everyone and he
i I Myers; Mrs. Ralph Q. Simpson Herbert I that certain property added Ie
I \ belonging to Mrs. Fred II. Albce Wednesday evening at the K.M.I. encores.
Mr. and Mrs. John P. Wright Hanchey Jr.. Residents of Ven-
I XUrarcl Holding Co., Mr. ands I ice Bay Trailer Park; had been deeded with a reversionary l lobby.A Miss Nilsson, who gave her I

'Iii ,. lass. William Hall, Mr and Mrs. Mrs. Virginia Wilson, Mrs. Emma clause that required the landto good-sized audience greeted usual and splendid sup
J I .\ JL Dempsey, O DeWitt Dowling, H. Reilly, Mrs. Ardrla M. be used solely for airport: purposes i the MartI's on their return to the accompaniments, excelled
.
\ H. Chodeck, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Le Pelley, Samuel B. Colgate A. a group of piano Pieces
I \ Venice and they once more prOVo and i
Wt.ltz.: V. Mullins, Russ Ervln. C. Ooldzwarden. Mr. and Mrs. Better Facilities the Chopin Nocturne
i ..R0tkomis Dairy J. W Stephens. George D. Van Aken Mr. and While warning the V.B.A. ed their ability to'1mpan their an extra number. inpt gas

Mrs, M. Cousins Mrs. Stenson, members that the school author- charm and talents to the listen L.1
Mrs. Tyson Mrs. Riggs Mr. and ities "think of the school situation
: I Charm Mrs O. L. Pestotnik. Franklin as a county problem, not a ers.The absolute sincerity with
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district problem. Kimbrough
Blackburn. J. R. Kester: which they both approach their
.t Mrs. C. M. Adrian. Mr. C. B. readily agreed that Venice should PaintingPaperhanging
ork. at once commands the re-
Beauty for both
Lockwood, Mrs. Frances Gietek. have better facilities
Rev and Mrs. H M. Felton Edge- elementary and high chool stu wonrk at once commands the re-

Salon wood Poultry Farm, Mr. and Mrs.C. dents. Martl presented a Beethoven
McG Roberts Mr. Bouchl, Mr. "However," he declared, "we sonata and the Wleniawski con Decorating
and Mrs. T M. Wrede Jr.. Mr. should try to get by with all our
Trixit and Lucile certo but it was in the de Falla
('\ and Mrs. P. Giaoraio, George present buldings for a couple of Jones and
223 West Miami Avenue Hog
'i Phillips Mr. and Mrs. Herbert years longer at least..
: ; I Phone 2811 Hanchey. Sr.. Mrs. Gall Richards. Kimbrough said that if the his expressed willingness to cooperate Oranre Apts. Nat
II Negro Division of Laurel. Venice-Nokomis district wanted a In seeing that Venice
Phone 322
'.' .. new high school sooner than the gets' its new school as soon as
'. three to five years now in prospect feasible.
'1 Announcing WE ARE AGAIN
I It could be built next year,
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SERVING via the bond Issue route.

t Those Fine Saturday Night 'If Venice and Nokomis want RELAXAt
] to vote a $50.000 bond Issue" be

BUFFET SUPPERSEvery said "the county could match
:, that sum within a year, but of
Saturday, 7 to 8 p.m. course the state would first haveto

I i (Bjr Reservation Only Phone 3341)Cardinal's approve grant Issuance us such of permission the bonds.and" smitty's i t t t tavern

: : Villa Nokomis Disagrees
Because of current high build.
:
t Oi **-.. Trail NoJiom'u: ing costs Kimbrough said he per 125 South Tamiami Trail Venice!

sonally didn't think a new school
Drinks in Town At Pricea'
'Best Popular
should be built at this time, even -
I EFFTr7FNTt 1 'f 'he money were available. Delicious Sandwiches
-
Frank Ractrurn. chairman of the
SEK\ CE
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1 V.ILt'
.1 v.e; j'-inlng committee
When You Are Hungry
1 : guar watch is in need of repairs: let 'i= chalk nei! )I' asonlng,
oar professional experts give it the fcervjnr however, asserting tli; sling;
'I ; it requires to put it in good working: costs will continue Just a'i! :
order. Reasonable Visit I PACKAGE DEPARTMENT I
prices our hop during the next four or five
I today and cave! Here you get the best
::1or less years.

: During the discussion it was Hard-to-Fnd :MerchandiseHaig
KNOWLES JEWELERS brought out that 85 per cent of

the children now attending the
t Foil Office Arcade Bottle Scotch $10.00
Venice primary school at Laurel come & Haig Pinch

; I. : from Venice and Nokomis which I Teacher's Scotch 8.25
,
also furnish 55 per cent of the132pupil 7.25
Highland Queen Scotch ..
SOMETHING BRAND NEW! enrollment at the high "
,; I !I COME IN AND SEE IT school Peter Dawson Old Curio Scotch. 7.95,

14-Ft. Plastic Boat With Built-in -Major accomplishment of the Peter Dawson Special Scotch.. H 7.25
*' I : meeting It was generally agreed,
,1t1! f Trailer Hitch and Detachable was the promise that the county Seagram's V. 6.50

t WheelsINBOARD school board will move Immedi- Old Forrester Bonded Bourbon. .. 7.05

MOTOR AND FLEXIBLE SHAFT ately tp acquire a school site Kentucky Tavern Bonded Bourbon 7.05
here. The entire membership
THE IDEAL BOAT FOR THE SPORTSMAN 6.50
Beam
joined with O. L. KlncaJd. chair Bonded Bonded Bourbon..

PLASTIC AGE man of the V.B.A. board of governors Walkers Deluxe Straight Bourbon 5P50

;:;I' ON THE BOAT TRAIL & EQUIPMENT CO. for his, in frank thanking discussion Kimbrough of the Early Times Straight Bourbon... 5.70

: NOKOMIS PHONE 2753F : entire local school problem and Noilly Prat French Vermouth 3.35


Hard-to-Find Prices
Passenger
t Hops FOR SALECABOVER.ENCINE

.! i $1.50 Lord Calvert .4.25 Hunter's ....$4.00
'Saw Beautiful Venice and Nearby Gulf Coast From the Air 3.69
Schenley Black Label
/1 LEARN TO FLY IN 8 EASY LESSONS '41 Ford Tractor .
Ve Government-A PProwd School Old Thompson 3.65.Dayton Club 2.95Fleischmann'
Continuous Enrollment 46 Motor .
m. *, 3.49

I I J & J AIRCRAFT, INC. 20Ft. Trailer Rip Van Winkle, Preferred 3.00 Gilbey's.Gin 3.25

AUTHORIZED ERCOUPE DEALERS See 3.25
;(' } T. O. Joyner P. O. Box 291 E. T. Danham T. J. McNEIL Siboney Rum .
'f'f 1' VENICE 2551 VENICE SARASOTA 6306 Venice. Fla. Gallagher and Burton White Label 3.69

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K. M. I. Clippings I RECORD o members HIGH of GAMEST the Charm I Venice Bowlers I r'lllllllllllllllllllllllllllll y

: Beauty team In the Women' Trim SarasotaIn I VENICE'S OWN CIRCUS I
Bowling League last
Friday night
, Br BILL MILLER turned In the highest games in Close Match SUNDAY I II

1 THE ANVIL, KMI's school the history of the loop, 2nd
.:newspaper announced last Sunday Helen Dick rolled a 184 In her In a thrilling finish. Venice
,I the winners of their Cre- last:: game, as the Charm Beauty bowlers last Sunday night on the I MARCH

;' ttlve Writing Contest. "The Resolution girls defeated Smitty's, 2 to 1, i Bowlakade alleys here edged out 1---- Y
, ," by Bernard Baute, took while her teammate Frances I'the Sarasota kegling team by six PUBLIC
tint prlzeof $10. George Gaith- Barclay scored a sparkling 181. points to rack up their first triumph I "fS
!
era' "The Derelict" judged as In the last game of the match, in the series of tour-city
., the best In quality and Interest the Chasm Beauty squad set anew I matches being played, L HESS REIIEAIISMJ; J
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ton second place of $5 becauseof local women's tram record At the end of the three games,
excessive length, while Jack with a 733 totalners I the two squads were tied, 2494 to ,
I BENEFIT f
2494 OF ;
"A Night In Blue Fan pins. in the one-frame roll- I

o tasy"Porter's trailed the prize-winners to ------ off,win the, 75 Venetians to 69, came throughto I No-Vd( Post 1 No. 15H!) American legion |1 'w MI.
and
,
capture the
receive $3 prize In the TIME: Current .,
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match -
, Affairs Contest sponsored each I AFTERNOON ONLY -I .
The HI.Y Club has Informedthe year by TIME magazine, The Jud Curwood, with a 544 series Doors Open at 2 P,M, Rehearsal l starts at 2:30 P.M. 1
school that It will sponsor a test was given In two groups was high man for both teams, 1 -- -." -
dance, probably on March 7. with Gus Juengling taking hon- while his fellow Venetian "Joe" LOCATION 'I'
Music for this first Florida dance ors In the Senior group and Dick Jossart, took second place hon 1 Venice City Airport South Cate Entrance 1 J

till come from KMI's school orchestra Hearst outseOI lug the Junior ors with a 543 series Curwood's ".
The Kampus Kats group Each of these winners 193 was high game for the night. <'
will receive a book of their own Venice totals: Guy Curwood, .ew0
choice to $5, 159 156, 188-503: Jim Oakley, I'.
up or they electto
may .
Time marches ont! But it might 166, 143, 180-489 'f
receive a 12" diameter World ; H. Dietrich,
is well have stood still for Myron 145 128 142
Globe, -415; Jud Curwood, .
Elkins again took the win- 161. 193. 190-544
; "Joe" Jpssait: ,
183 178, 182-543.
In a meeting! held by the RHO r
AFTER YOU HAVE coaches of the south Florida con- I ,
READ THIS COPY ference. Guard Gene King and I Y
OF THE GONDOLIER Forward John Enberg of KMI Venice Bowlakade d
WHY NOT MAIL IT were noted among the top five 'l Women's League 1 RAR4 tam I.
TO SOME FRIENDUP for 'toughest opposition And no
NORTH? wonder! They led their team ..SOfit

through an undefeated season. W L Pins
Charm Beauty ... 11 1 7098 JII
Smitty's .. ............ 9 3 6845
Nestlewood ...... .... 8 7 8774
Earls.. .. 5.7 6211J ')
and J 36 4687
Trailer Park .... 2 7 4819 s r
Palm Drill 1 5 3025 \
ImmediateDelivery Pines Hotel 0 3 1617
Week results: Friday February -
21. Charm:: Beauty defeated .
Smlttys 2 to 1.: Nestlewood defeated
Trailer Park 3 to 0. Monday I)

2tol, Nestlewood defeated Earls PERFORMERS from ALL PARTS of>WORLD ,I'I If f '

AVERAGES '
(Compiled by Marjorie Adorjan, 'I
League Secretary) '
Dick Charm .134 World Famous will' .<
Slianlcy. Pines .. .. .. .129 ,o '1I
Ku>keidall. T. Park .127 j
Adorjan. Ne tiewood .. .126 Railroad Circus
Curwood, Smitty'g .. .125 I }
Kooglei, Nestlewood .......123
We Have Government Barclay Charm .123 \
Surplus Graves Nestlewood .... .118
Harmer, Charm .. .118 II
I Davidson J and J .117
Dawes: Smlttys ..........113
GLITTERING-GLORIOUS GALAXY of
Houses for Sale Nelson Pines Hotel 113
. Joyner, J and J ....... .......113 INTERNATIONAL ARENIC and CIRCUS :'a
Adrian, Palm Drill .. ..111
Hanchey Smlttys .....Ill STARS of the "Make Believe" Land of ;rr
Poicby. Smitty's .... _. ........111 Sawdust and If i,
Delivered On Lot With FoundationStones" Brohard. Smlttys ..... ............110 Spangles.
Stcckman Charm Beauty .....110
Farrar, J and J ..._. .... ... ..........110
'Included Smith. Earl's ...... ..... .109 GALA INTRODUCTORY PAGEANT
Earl, Earls .. .". ... ."...........108
Baker Nestlewood .... .107 "LA FIESTA AMERICANA"Beautiful
Hamilton, Trailer: Park .107 4'
Pratt. Earl's ................ ..... ....106 Girl_Gorgeoui Costumes
Ranging in Price From A, Surls I Palm Drill .. ... ... 103Jones L 1'
Charm Beauty .... :: :103
Leighton Trailer Park "..........103 JOE HODGINI I TROUPE 1.. ;,
G. Haynes J and J .... .... 99 from i
World Famous
M, Surls, Palm Grill ............ 98 Equestrians Europe
$250 to $800SEE Lumley, Palm Grill ... ...."._ 96
Bates, Earls .. ... .. 95 Capt. John White'sTroupe
Dee Traier Park .. ... 92 Sparks Circus Herd of ,
E Haynes, J and J .. _... .... 82 Performing Elephants L leaping Greyhounds only .. '0,i

US FOR TERMS, I i d
BOWL from South of the Border i
SIZES AND DESIGNS

For ACEVEDO TROUPE

Mexican High Wire Artiits-Jugglers.' Acrobat L

HEALTHAnd FLYING BARYONS Aerial Cloud Ballet |

VENICE LAND Aerialists Supreme Human Butterflies ji j jv

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FUN! Francisco Reynosa Troupe /
From Uraguay South America i

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COMPANY Open Bowling on our alleys Performing Swiss Porcine '
: Every Afternoon and on Liberty Horse Goats Circus
Friday. Saturday and Sun- u

day Nights Mexico's Greatest Girl Acrobats

,ROBERT s. BAYNARD FRANK D. ROEBUCK
THE CAUDILLO SISTERS
I Pr..ld..t Sal..mana.r VENICE
Their First American Engagement
;- VENICE FLORIDAPhone BOWLAKADEAnd

I 3581 Grill Many Other New and Sensational .

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.1! J; I LIFE IN THE ROAR hgKANE I VENICE-NOKOMIS CHURCHES Bay CHURCH Point Nokomis METHODIST


H. Maurkea Felton Minister,
10 ..m. Sunday School
11 ..... Morning Uorxhlp
7 p.lII. Young Fello".hltt Group
':10 p.lII. Evening ..nl..,
\ Wednesday, ':10 p.m., Mid-week
prayer and eons service.
Englewood Services
\ "I do not agree with a word it.VOLTAIRI'7I you say but I:will' defendwith Lantpp 10 .,.10.iupt.Sunday School, Miss Lot.

my life your right to say I p.m. Church wrvlre

I Published Frida,. Editorial and business office, 313 West FIRST BAPTIST
'I : .. every Venice 3131. CHURCH
I : Venice Avenue Venice Florida. P. O. Box 632. Phone Nassau at Miami Avenue
1 Venice
t I" MEMBER FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION D. Campbell Crnfu'H Pastor
NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION 10 ..m. Bible Claim
J 1' II ..m. Morning service,
.. Entered. ..cond-cl... matter June 6, 1946, at the po.t offices ':80 p.m. B.Y.P.U

: .t Venice, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879. _____ tit ':10 p.m. Evening. 1:'0 wrvlrfWedn..da m. M J.wk

1 r.l..rOn7 $2.50. six month., $1.50; three'months rr prayer ....i... _
Subscription year
20 I Iti e
2 cent word, first OSPREY BAPTIST
j 75c. Classified adverting valet per CHURCH
word.) 1 cent per word for each additional word. ___ ___ 1 1 R... J. W. Hlnlen Pastor
t I 10 ..10. Sunday g.h. ,.1.I It.
ti i 1 CARROLL H. WILLIAMS. ..... Editor and PublisherHELEN Morning aervli-e ( I'.m. II TV' ,.D..
.. ..... .. Office Manager Evening service. w, dl,. ..
, WILLIAMS ___ ...:: __. _..: .:.: I prayer meeting_

GOOD NEIGHBORS j ST. MARK'S CHURCH EPISCOPAL

Riviera St. and Palermo Place
JI,. Leonard \\. 8. 81. Slur
Circus not I '45 ..m. Sunday S.
\h, This Sunday's final dress rehearsal of the Spark I 11 ..m. Morning *t-
r and vicinity an opportunity to see r
Venice
of
J only offers people CHURCH OF COD
] i! one of the top shows of Clrcusdom before It starts out on Its 12.003t. Venice Avenues
chance to show we appreciate a local Rev. C. I'. J." I r
; .: mile 1947 tour: it offers Us a 10 ..m. Wader 8ho.It ,
Good Neighbor" policy ..m. Preaching,
; NEpQIGHTED GEt4T1'U.. dive -you riM T :30 R.nt !'r..rhlll'Thllraol.
1 All proceeds from the dress renewal are being donated to No-Ve1 BUCKS RDfcTHt! MOM Lt NOUT-I'M! MMl'111 .", J:.11 i.m Y, P,

1 it'' ) Post No. 159 of the American, Legion by General Manager James ANTIQUE DEAL ;R.'!! SfrvlceIrlday, ,-s I.,m.. ben.

r A Edgar. VENICE CATHOLIC CHURCH

. ex-O I.'*. Cull Theatre Venice Avenue
in h.jpn
) Himself a veteran Edgar Is always interested Venice

, v many of them being on the Spades pajioil It thus wa perhaps only n.v.M C....L.. EI.I
r.lI.w. 0 .10.
muia: that he thought of aiding: the local Legion post when he decided 1 G AN. by

to stage a public final dress rehearsal of hh show before itt

starts out on Its long tick
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f1, Legionnaires naturally ate appreciative his generous gesture.They Oo h''! There were times we were afraid we'd never make III I MasonryContractors

of in the Referring. of course. pulling out The Gondolier from its own shop
!i are joined': In that appreciation\ feel sure ball us :
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the fast time.
Venice cusuict for CEMENT FLOORS STL =CI\<:
, Much Mill mains to.be. done PLASTERING CRI[ d.: 4\ 1\(,
; Truly. It I Is a fine exemplification cf the "Good :eillhb still need more type
anti The Gondolier; Is happy to see that Sparks Circus, 1 like KMI.. I other and we equipment but at least The Cadet Choir to WE CAN SECURE

I stands always ready to do what It can to a,.vist in our community's\ I YOUR MATERIALS
I Gondolier Is being published un I Sing Sunday at
: cultural and mateilal advancement I dIts own power. 1'0 to pcak.I Free Estimates Phone 2438

t Let us. la turn, reciprocate by jamming th" Big 'I't'nt"0 ca1=lt'I But until\ we ret the kinks honed ;Methodist ChurchThe JUD GUY CH4RLESCURWOOD

f city Sunday afternoon and riving; our nelehbors of the Sparks Cir. CAT. we hcpe >oull be charitable

eus a "bon vojage! send-off they'll remember as well al an assurance in re (\'rors. typographical and Cadet Choir of the Kentucky Venice Englewood
I
i that Venice will welcome the cirrus balk him next fall as otherwise Military Institute will sing I

friend and neighbors :I n the Communion Service Sunday .44444444141444.444444-
'I : r I Next week marks The Gondoliers If
I: morning at the Venice-No- Business
1 first birthday, Incidentally { 19
I Methodist Church at eleven -
Lots of things have happened Icomij AND :

1\, GIVE TO THE RED CROSS since Vol 1. No. 1 came out on I o'clock. The choir will be accompanied ProfessionalDirectory :

March 6. 1948 We had only I III by Capt. Lloyd Miller, :

4'f I J Athough the entire month of March has been deslFna; 'cd 1 1." two subscribers that first week and directed by Mrs Garner Ro- :t i iH

President Truman as "Red Cio's Month" the Sarasota: County chapter II Frank Green and Walter Leh- well Theie are 21 voices comprising J nN, #itiittrtts r "ir

I ': of that treat humanitail oifar.lratior.! hopes to raise its'quoti mann This week, publishing the choir, which will sing

of $9,000 In Just two days next Monday and '1;esday.oil Vol. 1. No 52 our press run Is 600 "Send Out Thy Light" by Gou WILLIAM LAMAR ROSE:
copies That first Issue of ATTORNEYAND
The American Red Cross l' truly one of the world's most worthwhile nod and 'Lift Thine Eyes" by
The Gondolier consisted of four
J organizations It Is comforting:; to all of us to know that there Mendelssohn.KMI l. ANDCOUNSELOR.AT.LAW
f tabloid pages. This week you are TRANSACTIONS
t J such an organization ready: to act in peace-time emergencies as 259
261 or
tabloid plus cards
t receiving eight pages choir members are Cadets Phone Punta
well as In the dark days of wai
the eight standard size page Jennings Krlcker Flemming,
1 ;, Florida? Feature Section, or the
Haas. Haezlitt Moore, Mudd
contributions' equivalent of a total of 24'tab DR. H. J. HOEPPNER

at pages-- Well, Ostrov Spaulding, Stewart PHYSICIAN

,\',', :Monday or Tuesday Doumas Terry Reid, Dan- Hollywood Apl.-Holel-M,.ml AvfcHra.

t.J r As The Gondolier has grown, Iels. Jones, Porter Preston, Ora ':SO-IX. X-S Phone 2131

so has Venice and the surrounding bo Manars, and Havens.
R & RREPAIRING R-dRr..rd COPPER district We'll have an
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At the evening service a' M.D.
article on that subject next week JAMES E. BLADES,
1 ttJsraKETTLE: and we think you'll be surprised Stewardship message entitled, 208 St. Augustine A.f.
I SPORTING GOODS (For Cu..t. Only INN "What One Doctor Did," a PHONES: Office S2SI-Horn. J'JHOURSt '

{ 303 W. Venice Avt Venice 019 S. Harbor DIve VENICE Kodachrome slide presentation 10-12. X lo S. Except
M.
p (Opposite Venice-Nokomis Bank) Phone 3111 Thursday and Saturday P
'Speaking of surprises, that will be used

K.M.I. cage squad amazed even --;;;'\
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Its most sanguine supporters this r ID\Z l "

"In the Heart of the Bu-m' w lIi trct": year when It came through Its 21. I I

game schedule without once tasting A Privilege to Live in Florida I

defeat It met and de- A Distinction to Live in Venice, 11 11I

V2PAXIC S- T.cL feated some of the strongest prep 1 1I
basketball teams in this sectionof H. N. WIMMERS !
Florid: Including the strong
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Howard\ WI1a'er.linucr I
Jesuit team of Tampa and the Realtor I
f t Al: I
top rankin: Sarasota Sailors I
!' p ::1 Day and I l'l' -- Weekly Ka\es (twice) Coach Eddie Weber I VENICE .' FLORIDA

225 \\ eUci. c,. Avenue VI:::iCE: I hone 337i and his 'Ka>dcts deserve all the I Where the Tam.ami Trail Meats the Open Gulf f I

e it praise heaped upon 'em. Pacedby

John Engbcre. eagle-eyed for- i1fnj''i! ik1\ "
waid who averaged 15.44 points
par !camp, tlw KMI boys played
HOUSE HAIHTEHAK(3} ( AND SERVICE a fast-breaking gcmethat- was
tUft too much for their
Hollywood Apt.-Hotel Bllg 219 West Miami Ave. ents Next sports on oppon-the' FETTE AIRCRAFT SERVICE

ryJ A4 Phone Venice 20S6 I K.M.I. schedule< are track and I of
Specializing (.n All Types
Clean! Ma Order! baseball for which
ed UPHOLSTERING ng- e to- U'lioatermt practice has AND
: C Slip Covert Drapes, Etc.-General Sewing already started AIRCRAFT PARTS, REPAIRS
ELECTRICAL Hopairt-Refnrorn.ion-Hc.wKold and COMmercial -
CONVERSIONSCharter
ijq } -All Home Appliances
PAINTING.-Bru.h or Spray-In and O,u iJe Bjild:nji Ralph Wilhelm Service Place in Florida
Furniture-Trailert, Cure, Etc PLUMBING, HEATINGAND to Any:
GLAZING-WALL PAPERING-CARPENTER WORK REPAIRS"No 1 Hangar SPM To Ron

SEE US NOW FOR WORK ON YOUR HOME Job Too Lar*, No Job SALES AGENCY FOR GLOBE SWIFT AIRPLANESJ.

THIS SUMMER Too-Small" A. } Airport Manager
l.r Venice 23IS Sarasota 70-842 iIARTER 3442
1'. O. Boa 113... MruoU a Main Hangar JVENICE, AIR BASE.Phon..
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VENICE GONDOLIER Pa.e j

FINISH SEASON I


21 STRAIGHT VICTORIES SHOP AND SAVE AT '


By BILL MILLER

Untied! The Kaydet basketball squad has com. The

I season with a perfect record having defeated several of REXALL Store'

top teams. 1
f nesdar night the KMI varsity -----------------
POST OFFICE
ARCADE
by tromping La- "ESICE PHONIC 11'4.61
d its season Scores for KMIs scheduled
High School 86 to 45. fol- games
e were: WEEK END SPECIALS
victory over Florida
their KMI 38-Belmont 26

\111 Academy Friday after. KMI 53-Tampa Business 34 75e PLAYING CARDS 50 !::5c LAVENDER

48 to 28. KMI 45-Fort Myers 38 1 25e SCORE PAD CASCADE ENVELOPES SIIA\'ISG CREAM; F "

( During the season KMI played KMI 44-Palmetto 28 60 7Se LAVENDER yf

1 pines. 20 of which were In _KMI 29-Redland 21 BOTH FOR SHEETS CASCADE PAPER SIIAVING LOTTOEUTI \"

41. to rack up a total of 1019 KMI 39-FMA 29 FOR
69c
_tl, an average of 48.52 points KMI 43-Sarasota 41 98c S9c }

t lime Opponents managed to KMI 61-Bradenton 37

I only 642 points from the KMI 77-Pahokee 24 I

ets to maintain a 31.28 KMI 46-W. Palm Bond 27 i VENICE AGENTSFor QUICK RELIEF FROM .1'

t average each game. KMI 65-Palmctto 26 I Symptoms of Distress Arising from EXCU'SlrEGExn' I

Engbrrf Stars KMI 48-St. Leo 32 I ZENITH RADIOS STOMACH ULCERSDUE For

[ raced by cool John Engberg KMI 50-St. Leo 33 I TO EXCESS ACIDFrecBookTelUofHomeTreatnwntthat EMNRIDE MOTORS ,,j ;i. i
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had little trouble
cKaydets KMI 35-Rcdland 29 .'

j many of their meets. Sara- KMI 35-Ponce de Leon 33 PURITAN Mutt Help or it Will Cost You NothingOvcrtwomllllnnbotllotoriheWlLLARn REDUCE DAMPNESS 't.
presented the worst threat KMI
.j 39-Fort
Mjeis 24
itheir! reputation but In play. Ian 47-St Leo 38 I 1'KEA!: '1'MtN have niuarlninil""..'n sold r".for."Stomach n.Ii..kecota : .

I them twice the KMI cagers :KMI 39-Saiasota JILVER.FI.S'H'l KILLER: and Duodenal Ulcers duo EicMAcl4: the aster
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... Poor Digestion Cow or Vyttt Stomach, .
ig ed to edge them out bothSHOESrP KMI 54--Jesuit 40 I II Gassiness H.lburnIt..p1..n"".>u., Y ocl.ntfRS WW. VW.oiI.
due to Excess Add. Hold on iSilayi: In, ill .
KMI 48-FMA 28 wulallil Attic for -this-W.m.r.rt W'oIIIIW''I-I.-Mfiutt" w:loch fully \.. -

KMI 88-LaBUIc 45 I
THE REXALL STOnE ltl'l.IIUtt'
PulntIwa ... o)
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., heap testes !
Engberg Ended tp.Ith 309 '

points for a season total en Ing I I 4 y:vF. :: : MIIDfI'l.nn+ 't1y,1 ,

: him an average of 15 H pointsmade God Ea'rfelolss. sr'a",' ..

per game Gene Kin was i ;t
|j Closet Size air. { l

his closest competitor -.coiinc 164 !:... '",I'nl !'I'U :1..
eke's Shoe Repair points for himself to average 7 81 Y f(6uul.

Nnl to Fr Station for each came Steve U.l11["- I
rrit .\
Venice Av., Colored Section) tt
( counted for 157 points of IMP '''a' i ilyss I

son total and bj once plavarin: I SU1e: Fowci'ftxyC'riC :'
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20 of the 21 games, found li.ni I Is_ '
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self with an average oi 78"points > I .

per game The u"-1 of tlv' ttl__ ..,., ,
'CALL GEORGE'Do tea on ranks as follows: I ':cI'r:( U"tt: '

You Own A [Name Total ..beer.Cordes Prepared to by recommended Puritan chemists formulas according |I I v4 pq.a. offers tOCBLJEvoun f't

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13J 7 Go
of Government e perls. This product i.;
CHRYSLER? Smith 53 2'94 contains .,woad Gs f no BITBflCX :,
a bait especially compounded I .. .coverEDAK1a10 \;
Sharp 51MJ: to attract silverfish from wee. .t.-. P if not

DODGE? Pre tcn 44 2 20Hoa..d. their inaccessible hiding places, I ; satistitil Wt\- if

I II. 28 1 36 : where they could not be reached It .

DESOTO? Turner. \\'. 24 131Hass I by contact poisons. Highly effective Bpi wee results. ..;..

PLYMOUTH? I O 22 110 I in ridding homes of this destructive J4 St4J4lf. f(4'F.ttt:" i'i'I

K.ng D. 3 :0Wrene pest.
The efficient to I Pint 59C Quart ....t 1
smart
,, L. :2 .20 7 l.- (h. Size 59c way pro
tect your clothes from moths. _.u_ ._ I
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If 10, whenever your cur -- -- ,
needs attention, bring it to CEDARIZED to give a pleasantaroma. I
ii, or just "Call George," St. Ial'k's Plans : Hard Coughing Spells KILt 0'08'x'i : : '::;

Venice 2581.Wt I Designed for use In vacuum cleaner and s In Ioi'efen, be-.
Musical Service From'ColdsVhcn
Hashing general protection of woolens. roonavinwFclosets

Specialize in Repairing :', \ your cold brings' en a nasty One Pound Size 75p 004- I
Sinktr
Dr. Leonard W. S. troul lowme ro'ir'i! .l>< m! 45 cents at : '
Spill iTo'tl:
Chrysler ProductsW. rector of St. Muks Fpisccpal I nm drug store f >r a bottle of ELCKL.'VS -
CANVDIoL MIXTl RE triple
Church, this week invited the .trl onz-to ir.liiv loughlngfont" DUCK l fl7!
public to attend the strips "f Lt/*S arts piomr'Jy to help: loosen up i' HICHECKED "- 1 '41 !"
thick, IUkv phleb.a-soothe Irritated
Pick Up And Lent musical services! to be pre- :t.'j.i
hard coughIng
and
throat monilirann' pane For quick relief from itching caused by fCJt'm3. ... !
Deliver Your Car sented at that church at 4 p.m. ', fpoll*. So try It the very next time athlete foot Scabies pimple and oh March. I a told r,'-nits In a wracking, stubborn conditiom' UM ptjre. cooling medicated liquid PAK
every Wednesday dining ;I I touuh Find out for >'our. NOKOMISGARAGE For the first of the hour-long I 1 I good It I' for tough due to colds CetCrC'KI.tY'S Greaseless and",.,rn-. Soothes, comforts and Been air i r:= s-1..
CANADIOL MIXTURE quickly calma interne Itchmj 35c trial bolUtptovf.it. '' I 1 t,. E
services, to be given next Wed ; the U.S.A.-TODAY-all drug- .or money back DontmilfrT A.k your 11m.a lily':
made to .
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drugKnt today lot O. D. D. pttoscnlnloN.ARE
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Mrs Albert E.
nesday afternoon. I glats." '
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Ahrens noted soprano from St

George T. Devlin, Prop. Paul, Minn., who Is currently Gas on 5tOIt1i1cb.
YOU JUST A
I.Oi the Trail Phone 2581 Mrs II S Mundv's house guv4 doubl Relined in 5 minutes bade v q

will be the solol't Everyone l Is II'' your'. money" _.. ,
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f i Nature may endow you with r t /REASONS WHr
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breathtaking \beauty, a lonely increasing millions y'e
curvBccoiu' ficure She may bestow Snap Sack. HAM /
\ i ii gills on you that make you t ,
o brilliant actress. a leader in .
a aI jour da.s fit college sought
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V 1 lifter at dance or a tharuuug
wife and motlicr. i.
Yes Nature may do all this. / ,
And yet :you may find your face r
mockiiirivLipptd! If you suffer -
these distressing symptoms
which so many unl01.tunatoa,1rs to reJm
j Designed: Epcaf
1 and uuniin do D simple h cM-he. nu rnut'ul k
discomfort oi ncuralgiaE : -
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Compound
forget Pinkham Measured doses In 's'ect
Not Joko About! DOES MORE than relieve such i f} fors for quick assiDIJatlon.j' ezE
So If female functional monthly monthly pain. This great medicine -
disturbances we causing you to ALSO relieves accompanvln; Proof of merit. Salr ape ta'+ f
1t5iksS. aRt. wr_ :t.a....w 5 t fc:'tcr from pain, nervous disnervous tension, Irritability j' mua over or1e-thlr C1UD .
[.Museums house historic stiles and visits to them should tress and fuel weak, restless so those tired-out, mean pick-on-
due to Standard V S P. innrcdtenttLaboratory
a everyone' feelings-when
ev eryone's MUST list. To maintain a reputation a cranky: and Irritable that yoU Taken regularly tested, cuatroaers.
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host, a variety of good liquors in the house at all time olu>oit: turn into a 'shrde"ll'this thruout cause.the month-Pinkham*
Should be on your "must; list. For the widest assortment on such da\ -' THIS IS SOMETHING Start Compound helps build up resis n In price range ot evU10C m.
Quors, gins and wines, depend upon YOU SHOUIBN T JOKE ABOUT E. Pinktance against such distress1Ioham's and Rio IJztI.
Lydia
right away-try Vegetable Compound to'ery sensible thing to do. Just Caution: Use only as dIrriiiiJl4EfUI
I Its fa too, don remarkablymoIlS
relieve such lyn1ptol11s. benefit All
for this purpose And don't drugstores. ;

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Oscar Anderson r., ,- James M. Dick Glenn Jenkins'; ..,-
I Frank C. Raeburn
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John D Afliall.tibcrt I .. Everett W. Drifters William Jonas -
Albert If Rich
I WI'\ Joseph L. Dunn Joseph J. Jossart .-
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1 : !or Boyd A. Sharp .
William A. Blackburn Thomas S. Eddy Hebert P. Kuykendall -
Harry S. SJoblom
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M A. Braswell I Paul Goldenstein .. Jar Lumler -
*. 'A I : '. I :.=: Donald L. Smith
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t r Eugene W. Cashatt William F. meet Fritz R. Nelson ,
r. Carroll II. William
I ,:Aldine< Chenault Richard B. Horton Robert F. Oatman ,-,...- {
I .. f. Carl H. Wolf
{ Richard C. Curry Jess 1 Howard Louis J. Pappas
Charles A. Wtpde .
James F. Dempsey j I ; ,; Hiram R. Ide Gerald L. Pestotnik I. -
Thomas M. Wrede
t: Rudolph V. BlrdseU, Jr.

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J. D. TATE
Chaplain Ice-Commander JOHN A. JOHNSTON

Finance Officer. .
d r l TIIEO (DANDRIDGE BAZIL E. BOWEN -" ,
Sergeant-at-Arms HAYWARD GREEN I
< i Adjutant
HistorianIt

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VETERANS! You cordially invited to .
are Join one 01 notjda' mflJ t active Legion t'
lbe our next meeting, 1:1' ,.III.. Monela',
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VENICE GONDOLIER

) COUNTY RED Page Seven ,
CROSS

\ DRIVE OPENS MONDAY Hears Legion Talk Auxiliary by WOMEN'S CLUB SPEAKER

IASOTA. State TELLS OF BRETON
$9.000 quota In Just two days, the Sarasota President CUSTOMSWith

American Red Cross will open its annual Mrs. A. J. Ryan Of Jackson Mrs. E. R. Sanford of St. Paul, Mlna. as the speaker of
The
national goal of the ville the afternoon
Red the
Cross U department president, and Xe.itce-Nokcrn.s Women's Club- met yesterday at

'" Mrs. R. N. Miller of LaBelle, district 2 p.m. in their temporary clubroom at 302 West Venice avenue next lrfi
;'''; :T.:Blalock of the Venice-No- president were guests of to the bank. +f4'

i Bank has volunteered to. March proclaimed by President honor at a special meeting held The meeting was opened by the '

to contributions. locally Truman as Red Cross Month for last night by the auxiliary of No- president. Mrs. Louise M. Burtis, Tide TablesVENICE 'f11

Mrs. C. B. Richmond will Sarasota County Donald Foigan, Vel Post No. 159 of the American who led the members in the repeating
INLET (
Ie donations at Kentucky chapter chairman and Paul Rogers Legion, in the Legion's Venice in unison of the club (Punta Hate Correction j

r Institute. campaign chairman have seta Air Base clubhouse: prayer and The Collect. DATE HIGH LOW

1 fainting out the continuing goal of two days, next Monday Mrs. O. A. Siirls, president of The treasurer's report and Sot.Sun.., March March I I .'.".. 'MII U "".m..m. .I:14:&[ .a.m..m. '+

for Red Cross Services to and Tuesday. the auxiliary, introduced Mrs. reading of the minutes of. the Mon.. March a .. 11:19 ".m. 4:51 ..m. 7 r rTues.

IllS and servicemen. Basil "This may seem an ambitious Miller to the 21 members present last meeting which was held at .. March 4 1:12 .m. ':U ..m.

'nner. national Red Cross and optimistic program" Rogers I I and Mrs. Miler in turn present.ed the home of Mrs. H. L. Mundy Wed.. March. 1 ..10:41 1,28 ".m.m., '.:,28 U .p.m r'

,, __n, said: "Never In timer i said, "but Sarasota County has I ed *,. Ryan. were given by Mrs. Eugene Maier 11:41 "".m. ':81 p.m.Thur. .m.

peace has the American Red always been most generous In in In a sparkling. Interesting talk She also read a report of the ... MOI.h. In" m. ':01 .m.

t been called upon to render contributions to the Red Cross Mrs. Ryan gave a comprehensive executive board meeting. Reports .,28 p.m. ra
Frl.. March ...
7
extensive services to the and we believe It t capable of creating outline of the American Legion were made by various committee .I2U a.m. ':81 a.m. r
1 .82
: pm. ':IT p.m.
pry forces at home and a Red Cross record by Auxiliary program paying par chairmen and Mrs. Barry Wim- S

,, and to veterans, as now meeting its quota in Uo. days." ticular attention to the rehabilItation blsh was received into. the club

Approximately 75 per --- and child welfare work Mrs. Sanford. was Introducedby '

I of Red Cross funds are still [ Ve-No-Hi Cagers being done. Mrs. Mundy,* chairman of the CLASSIFIEDADS '

in war-related services at Refreshments were served after ways and means committee and

tone and over seas." Lose in Class C Mrs. Ryan's talk. Mrs. Lois Sjob. hostess of the speaker.
(S. a word Ural 20 word. | each NMI
Ions <
'.'i Warm Clothing TournamentAlhough was In charge, assisted by Educated Abroad additional word. Minimum char,.,
Mrs. Josephine Pestotnik and Educated In Dresden and in ZSe. Cash with Ad. Special rale >
Added to this, O'Connor point. lor more thin one insertion of the
their star Mrs. Richard Curry. Paris at the Sorbonne Mrs. Sanford came ad Ad. will bi accepted aver t s 1
lit out, Is the work of the Red forward the telephone
In supplying warm cloth. Eddie Keys, scored 15 points the This Sunday March 2. several also received a degree from Thun .", withthe(3131) up undemanding I. I p.m. t

Venlce-Nokomls high members of the local auxiliary Grenoble University In France. advertiser will remit p.ml.1pr"mptl.1 *
lie I and milk for children and school bas-
ketball squad plan to attend a district conference She Is an authority on the life
met defeat
cines for the sick In battle- by a
areas and at home theon score of 36 to 27 last night at La- to be held in Fort Myers. of the people of France having FOR SALE .tFILINri

Belle at the At the local auxiliary's next lived there for many years. She
hands
t of surplus blood plasma of EvergladesCity CABINET office deita.JO.nALU .
and regular meeting, at 8 p.m. Tues. was decorated by the French government Phone 2613.
r civilians and the courses In was knocked out of the -
district Class C day. March 4. one of the princi- for her work for the >N el.t.le.. water heater
tournament.
nursing, nutrition, first cage ,
Coach pal matters to be taken up will fatherless children of France In $ Beauty Salon Phone 2611. .w
Theo
water safety, and accident Dandrldge took a
squad of ten be the appointment of three delegates World War I. STATION. WAGON. New 1947 Will,. ,Q t
ration. to the L Belle tournament Jeep. Bought In Janu.ry.rnl Owner r..
consisting of Eddie to the state convention at Subject of. her talk was "The turning to C. Price| 12.000. In.
Keys.O"'en
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While the nation-wide cam- quire Bon I), Venire .ondolier.
Conway. Glen Miami April 14 to 18. Customs Legends and Festivalsof
Stephen
will continue through .
Brittany." BELLANCA CRUISAIR 1941. Total S
S Bi'ly Hankliu And MahRca.t hour ulnrt new (". Equipped with Lear
Mrs. Sanford who lived In 2-way radio trailing antenna and dl- i
Patti| .0
Ii:. James ranklln. ,.. onal loop I570U. Can be wen at
Venice Bowlakade
FINE FOODAT ) E. Sums, Bob nvanand Brittany for many years, charmed Venice Army Alrpoit. Telephone Venice
her audience with her alga
descriptions
REASONABLE PRICES Harry Lanius.ARCADIA. Men's League
t -- of the country, and her intimate BUSINESS PERSONALS -t,
8 ..ra--23 p.m. knowledge of its folklore
PEN. ROADContinued DRIVEWAYS PUT IN. Murk fill dlrl '+ r
+
S p.m.io p.m. and folkways. oh.lI. Louis AdorJ.n. Phone 17"2.
M. ....1. Served WealMedayaFeiatali \V L Pins
open t* 10 rvrim AND copy WORKI binin i ,
p.aa. pm.WOODAK1 Venice Laundry .3 0 2335
( from page one) TRIAL MONDAY Mttlnes. and social "...
;0 Smitty's 4 2 4300 Call ,MS or see Helen Curwooll" (Jos- rA ,
of ticket sales for the luncheon. Trial of A. B. Childers and Lon Part and klncald Plumbing Shop)
Venice Food ... 3 3 4462Adrian'
said about 50 -
reservations already nle Clemmons on a charge of. RENT A CAR .
b. day 0' week. Automobile
have been made but that a .. .3 3 4343 fighting has been postponed by charter trips any here Also 1
Earl's .. .. .3 3 424i rh...ler bout deep sea fl.hlnu Ray
few more seats will be available. Mayor Clyde V. Higel to. 1 pm. Southern Phone JUKI or Me at Venire ,u 4
be RdtR. .. .21 2149 Inlet Porka. Night Phone Wll. '
They may contacted as follows next Monday. The case originallywas
JaJ. .... .. ... ... .24 3782 LOST
: Raeburn, phone 2046; called for trial last Monday.
Higel's .. .. ..... .. .. .. ..I 5 4124
Whaley. 3572; Potts. 2541. The two men were arrested SMALL BOX CAMERA. Reward
Week's results: Tuesday. Feb Martin Yont. Venice Bay Trailer Park. 6
'. last Sunday night by Night Officer
ruary 25J & J defeated Adrian's GREEN SHAEFFER PENCIL, raid-
Herb Hanchey after an altercation
PIANO MUSIC OF CIIOPL'iI 2-1: R tc R Sporting Goods tipped with ring for carrying on key ,
on. the sidewalk In .h.ln. Reward. Mr. Dorothy Fields.
Maryla Jonas _$I OJ defeated Earl's 21. Thursday Phone 2111' 4
Open The Door Richard 53o front of a downtown business
27 Venice Food defeated
February -
Anniversary Song 63e house. Each was released after FOR RENT
Smltty's 2.1: Venice
TOYS (Educational, Musical. Mechanical) posting $25 bond. GARAGE APARTMENT. I blocks
and Souvenirs from Venice La.undry defeated Higel's 3-0. from poet office. Electric fcitrhen. I
AVERAGES roams and both. /Livlnr room.bedroom
combination). Phone 259!. -t
Lending Library Complied by Mirjorie Adorjan LEGIONContinued
Film Developed, 48-Hour Service APARTMENTS FOR RENT ,
League Secretary)
Sill to UOO Ptr Month !
... .......178 ( from page one) Phone 9471furnlihed
MUSIC Jossart, V. Laundry .. ......
ALPHA SHOP Also room with private bath,
Duke Hlgel's ......... .. .............170 mis, chaplain: Hayward Green two block from Gulf. ,

>Ret ll W.Philce Venice, Strankerf-Cerlaa Ave. and Westinghouse Radio Phone Dealer 266J Leger Adrian's ..... .... .........166 Englewood historian: John A REAL ESTATE FOR SALE

Radio Repairs Radios Ranted Camera Rented Jones, V. Food ... .. .. ............165 Johnston Nokomis finance offi-
Venice ser- HOUSE! FOR BALE Six-room stucco r '
Theo Dandrldge. ,
cer;
I. V. Biorseth, V, Laundry ... .162 modern. (treen'a Fuel raa Complete ,

I Keys V. Food,. ........ ........160 geant-at-arms. Bazll E. Bowenof b.d with practically>. Urn lot.new Fruit.furniture In Nokomis Threooom t ',. ,.

'. Q Curwood Smlttys .......-. ....158 Nokomis was reappointed post d..tdrt. Immediate poieeinion. Phone

,PUS DRILLED Dietrich, R & R ... ...... .............158 adjutant. US5. T il,
I
of the auxiliary and .1
Nave. Earl's ................. .....-. 153 Members
4" -6"-8"- 10"1299W. of the were guests Mile
: J. Curwood Smittys ............. ....151 friends post i/ ?

,Will Have Ut-Mod.l Equipment Williams. V. Food ......... ..........150 of the Legionnaires of entertainment at an Informal Gulf Frontage

Here Within 30 Days Mack R & R .............. ...............149 following program conclusion of the installation $50 a Front Foot

Kuykedall V. Laundry ............149
Call Ui For Estimate.JOSSAHKINCAID. cermeony. Refreshments -
Boone Hlgel's .................... .......149 served. 57 Acres r"t

Adrian Adrian's ... .. ................148 were
those who aided In pro 1541 Feet on Tamlaml Trail
Fenton, Earl's ....... .. .... ...... 148 Among 150 Feet on Bar '' d
pM. W. Venice! A... Phone 2665 Oakley. V. Laundry......... .... 147 viding entertainment were A. J. Small Island Off Shore 'i
Laurel blind Negro rOSe
.. d. Stand Inspection" Lewellyn Adrian's .....................147 Lewis of $19,000 j
> bU Plunking That Will and pianist and Legionnaires
Pappas. Smlttys ...... ....-........,..143 pel singer
..James Dempsey ...anGerry
Weltz V. Food .. ............ .........143 Pestotnik. The eveningwound 107 Acres on Trail

Koogler R & R ... ....................142
with community sing Per AcreH. '
a $60
Brohard Smiths ......................140 up ,
Ooldenstein. ofth
chairman
Paul .
Biorseth. V. Laundry ._...140 a
C.
SEAJI'OOD RESTAURANT AND pOCKSB.RADY'S J. entertainment commit Wimmers
Richardson. R is R ..................139 post's .
acted master of ceremon REALTOR ap
Duvall. Adrian's ........................139 tee. as
VENICE FLORIDA t'
Earl Earl's .................................138 ies. ,

Smith, Earl's .....................-.......135 1 T

Right on Taralaml: Trail Right at The Gulf Evans Earl's ............................134 INVEST IN A CITY WITH A FUTURE

Luckey J & J ..........................134

:OMtirae Seafood Dinners served fresh from the West Coast's Hodgin. HJgel's .........................134 VENICE, FLORIDA

Finest Fishing GroundsMODERN Bouchard Hlgel's ...................133 -
Investment PropertiesAcreage
Momenta On Bay And Gulf -
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Shanley. J & J ..........................131 Farm Rentals

,/ UP-TO-DATE CHARTER BOATS Adorjan, J &:: J ..........................129

t. Devins J des J ..._....................129 RICHARD II GEDNEY

.' fet of Tackle Outriggers and Ship to Shore phones Raeburn Smittys ........._..........129 ,

"CIURMEUSK" The "SUN QUEEN" Archer V. Food ..........................1211 Registered REAL ESTATE BrokerBox

f Wolf. R & R .............................127 Phone 3311

UII BRADrS Nokomli-Venlce Surls, Adrian's ...._...................122 2S1Thaatra Venice, FU.

A Nelson. Higt!1's ............_..........120 Building

Joyner J &: J ............................105





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<<,I \>, CIRCUSContinued
\ BEST OF LUCK
; GOOD LICK
( from page one)
SPARKS CIRCUSON
a
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t) SPARKS CIRCUS Prominent state, city and YOUR TOUR
county officials, and show folks
j ON YOUR 1947 TOUR from Tampa and other cities are
L expected to be on hand for the
" r Public Dress Rehearsal this Sun 'JIM PONDERPACKAGE
t DICK RICH day afternoon The entire gross
I ; receipts of the sale of tickets for LIQUORS
; Venice Garage & Service Station the one performance Sunday will

t be turned over by General Manager -
Edgar to No Vel Post No
' 159 of the American Legioa
ME THANK YOU, OUR FRIENDS OF TilE
Monday morning, followingthe
} GOOD LICK, Sunday rehearsal, the show SPARKS CIRCUSFOR
,,' SPARKS CIRCUS train will leave Venice for Fort
Myeis, where the first regular YOUR PATRONAGEMay
, \ AS lOt START YOrK will be staged on
/ performances : You Have the Best of Luck On Your Tour
4. afternoon and
Tuesday March
t II 000-:MILE 1947 TOUR
, { night Arcadia will follow on
Wednesday, March 5, and Sara-
sota will be played on Thursday, LANIER'SDRY
1 C. C. LOWE'S GROCERY March 6, after which the circus
will play a numb of flordia GOODS AND READY-TO-WEAR
cities before heading up north
' into the old established Sparksterritory ,
1 where for over 50( yearsit ,
has been a popular favoiite
MAY YOUR 1947 TOm BE SPARKS CIRCUS
Members of the Sparks Circus
i IIIGHL1 SICCFS-.FIL:
have expressed themselves as IIERES HOPING YOU HUE

'1 SPARKS CIRCUSB highly pleased with the courtesy A MOST SUCCESSFUL TOUR
shown them by residents here
during their winter stay and
many of th'm111 establish winter -
1 and B. BAR homes here after the shoS CARL OBENDORFVENETIAN
closes Its tour around November
COD 0 1TM\N BID SF.\\' IRUY 15 to again locate at the Airport CF ,FANFRSBEST
II winter quarters, awaiting the call
,. of the spring of 1943
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1. ME UIMI YOU 4 II\PROSPEROUS TOUR
WISHES, SPARKS CIRCUS
SPARKS CIRCUST

,r OF LUCK FOR THE SUCCESS OF YOUR


1947 TOUR
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SPARKS CIRCUSFIND -h rt5 w.t":i'f '; I

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101R 1947 TOUR THE BEST IV HISTORY ", :'r I
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SPARKS CIRCUS

MAY YOU II\n \ FINE SEASON,

p SEE YOU IN NOVEMBER:


SA11TII: BROHARD

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LOTS OF LUCK, FOLKS OF

SPARKS CIRCUS Venice Food Shop

ON YOUR TOUR ;


H. S. BOWDEN, Owner
KENNETH IMGEL

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