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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: January 16, 1948
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: UF00079934:00101
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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2 N0. 46 FRIDAY, JANUARY
16. 1948
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Itary Club ST. PETE YACHTSMEN TO MAKE
City To Get Fire Station And
CRUISE
TO VENICE
Its NEXT WEEK


Charterxt Petersburg Yacthe first POWtf Cl'ul 1' of tilt' nl'\I' )'1':1' f '. t h" Additional Section Of .'
Clob more tt-an 20 boats and 100 )' : a
that City are due to make a week-pnd JhlrJaWT
Monday cruise to Venice : !

The visiting fleet, which will bi I Venice Army Air Field

joined by boats of the Sarasota ------1
I,mal presentation of Its char- Yacht Club it I
as passes that .
city KMI
DRESS PH\DI>: Siml-o'ficial! assurance that the federal government will grant
In1ll be made to the Venicelomis will
arrive here
Rotary Club at a special sometime next KMI', first formal dress parade : the City of Venice an additional strip of land and the tire stationat
Saturday afternoon
liter dinnermeetinge tying up at ,,11bl' held this\ Sunday" deactivatedeiice Army Ai Field was received by Mayor Louis

Night" Club next the Tarpon Center. afternoon at 3:15 on the drill Suter, City Supervisor Ouy Cu"wood. and members of the city coun-

Venice Country George O bbs. owner of the field In front of the school It cil this week.Numerous .

Iday evening Tarpon Center, Is making special 1announced this week bv Items of tqulpmcit,

lib the Sarasota Rotary ClubIliarge plans for entertainment of the Colonel C, n Rkhmind presIdent Including another fin truck and a I Ve-No-Hi

and with Rotarians visitors, turning over 600 feet of of the school. bulldozer, also are slated to be 1 Cagers
[ various clubs In this district dock space for their cruisers and Included in the transfer,
This ,,'
11lito the first In
a WimaumaBy
[tendance, the affair will start staging a dance and buffet dinner series of Parades to be held Trailer Park Site Wallop

Ipm. at the Tarpon Center Restaurant every other Sunday during theIot'hool' The land involved comprise! a 'j 41-5 ScoreOverwhelming

I Past President Saturday night. slay In \'pnlce. strip one block wide running en,t-

lincipal speaker of the eve- To Meet Fleet ( ward tram the air base fire s.a- their InexperIenced -

I will be Frank E. Mulholland, Gibbs also Is making arrangements tion clear to the Jumlaml Tull foes, the Venicc-Nokomls

I president of Rotary InternaL to have all local yachtsmen High School Here Frontage on the Trail was requested High 'Silver Kings" last Friday

The local club will be preLd gather at the Tarpon Center next I by the City in event it Is night trounced an invading, Wl

with Its charter by Dis- Saturday and then go up the Inland Now on AccreditedList decided to eo ahead with a mu- mauma basketball squad by a '

1 Governor Paul Sines of Or- Waterway to Midnight Pass, of AssociationMarking nicipal trailer park project. score of 44 to 5 In the KMI gym

lo. Millard Davidson of Sara- meeting the visiting cruisers thereto Three federal officials came to before a near-capacity ciowd
[ district also Venice early this week to discuss /
governor
past escort them tack to the Tarpon .
the moot Important The Ve No-HI girls, however,
speak. the situation with the local officials
[ Center.
advance In the schools progressIn bowed to the Wimauma sextette,
program will open with tne John Wllhelm, fleet captain of many years ,the Venice-Noko- and Indicated before leavIng losing 35 to 12.

Knj of "America" followed by the St. Petersburg Yacht Club, is mis High School Is now on the accredited the city's request would be I Ve-No-HI Journeys to Brandon

I Invocation, by the Rev. D. general chairman of the 110-mile list of the Southern As- granted as soon as necessary pa- tonight for its thhd game of the
pers can be prepared A report on
Ipbell) Crawford, pastor of the cruise. Commodore L. T Fcnne sociation of Colleges and Secondary season
the deal will be submitted at next
K Baptist Church and a mem- will lead the Sarasota Yacht Club Schools, it was announcedthis
Tuesday night regular city coun-
lot the new Rotary club. contingent of boats After their week by Principal Homer E '

I Welcoming Address overnight stay at Tarpon Center, Mikesell. cil meeting. NEW LEAGIEteach

U. Harmon, head of Sara- the combined fleet will head The long-worked lor action I Delinquent Tax Map I Charles Gadd and

I Rotary, will deliver a brief homeward Sunday afternoon, means that graduates of the local At the councils last meeting, Principal Homer E Mikesell of

Lral welcome address acrdwill January 25KMI. high school will be admitted steps were taken toward clarifying Venlce-Nokomls High School
ki the city's delinquent tax problem will journey to Ft. Mjers tomorrow -
be led by Mayor Louis without taking an entrance test
ler of Venice, member of the to any college or university In the with Councilmen George morning to participate
Botts, Smyth Brohard and Oeorge In the organizational meeting
klclubknowing. United! States which admits any
Higel voting In favor of Botts' Southwest Florida
the dinner, Mayorr I Clippings I students without examination. motion that Mayor Suter and the of"small a new school' athletic league, "

will give a welcoming ad- No Higher Rating city clerk, Mrs. Helga Rocss- plans for which were announced

ps and guests! will be Introduc- By BILL MILLER "We are proud to make this Siede, be Instructed to draw up a exclusively In last Fridays r

officers of each Rotary club I I announcement," commented map showing each piece of 1946 Gondolier,

k representatives: at the affair Kentucky Military Institute has Principal Mikesell "No school In delinquent tax property in the Coach Gadd said schools dff 1
n will come vocal solos by Mrs.D. Florida, large or small can havea the
to enter
planning
again taken up their winter quar- city.The Initely
bk Roebuck, accompaniedthe higher rating. We no longer motion despitea
ters in Venice with a corps of ap- was passed league, In addition to the local
piano by Charles Espen- proximately 290 cadets. The basketball need! to apologize or explain as to vehement criticism from Robert high school are: Boca Grande,

ke of Chicago, a winter visitor has lost no time In getting the standing of our school" (Continued on Page Seven) Everglades City, Alta and La

b li stating at the El Patio Into full swing, along with tennis, I Local and county school admin- Belle high schools and Ft. My

r golf and swimming But before I istrators and officers have cooperated March of Dimes ers Junior High, where tomorrow -

I To Give Responseter give the latent details, here Is a over a period of years to 'i meeting will take place. i

ter Past President Mulhol- brief summary of the school first make this recognition possible, he Campaign Gets Also Invited to join the new irk

ki address and the formal three months of work and sports. explained league were Moore Haven and

kntation of the charter by --0- "In 1944-45, an extensive survey Under Way Here Naples high schools

p, James T, Blalock, president The big news which the Kay- of the school was made by Mi. f

Mt local club, will give the repse dets brought with them from James ghtower, principal As in the rest of the United

and will then introduce the Kentucky is that of their untied, that time, and his faculty," Mike- States, the tenth annual "March Next Tuesday night, at the KMI

k local officers undefeated football team. The sell said "The school was visited of Dimes" campaign of the National gym, Coach Charley Gadd cag-

F, Walter C. Kennedy repre- gridiron champs whizzed through by representatives of the Association Foundation for Infantile I ers will tangle with the Sarasota postponed -
"B" team in a game
launched In Venice High
N the Sarasota club in the their regular season with only 28 who reported that the Paralysis was I Monday In the
last :
Nzatlon their 205. school was in general ready for and vicinity yesterday. It will continue from
of the local club. points scored against at
starting
I through January 30 preliminary game tJ
Local Committees Here Is the list of defeated opponents acceptance, but outlined certain Grade team
requirementsl'hlch Richard H Gedney, local real 7::30 p m, the Eighth (
M Rotarian committees aped as they were met by the additional estate man and a member of the the local school will play the fl'fl'or
by Blalock could not be met just then.
included team
thebring : Sarasota County NFIP organization Ve-No-Hi'"B"' team.Two .
: Henderson. Ky. 12-6: Jeffer- Renewed In 1947
Is In charge of the drive More Games
talc the Rev D. Campbell sonville, Ind. 30-0; LaFayette Application was renewed In be mail- an-
Contributions
here may Oadd yesterday
word and Mayor Louis Su- High of Lexington, Ky. 44-0: 1947. The school was visited by left at his office at Coach have i
ed to him or two more games
nounced
Welcoming, Mr. and Mr*. Madlsonvllle, Ky., 19-0; Park Mr. Ed Henderson of the State 301 West Venice Avenue. Coin to the Silver Kings' ''I'
"4 D. Roebuck, Mayor and School of Indianapolis, Ind. 27-0; Department of Education and Mr. boxes for donations also have been added The local cagers will I
schedule
Buter Mr and Mrs A. Wtmn Owensboro, Ky.. 14-7; Newport tied Carl Strode, member of the as- been placed In various business meet Arcadia at Sarasota on Feb- y':

Mr, and Mrs. EG. Ky., 27-13 the score was sociation's committee for FloridaIt establishments of Venice and vicinity Two)
"M, Mr and Mrs 1\(. Cous- twice in that game) Damllle, was found that the require- (Continued on Page

! Ticket Sales, the Rev and Ky. 322. and Flaget High of (Continued on Page Two)

1. D Campbell Crawford Louisville, 12-0. Then the team. t
; MASS X-RAY 1
"a. George Read and A. W. went to the Shrine game 'a char-criP- INCOME TAX AID More than 7,000 persons were I L WeatheR
benefit of
fenen"yesterday
ity game for the x-rayed during the countywidemass
th<- To assist residents of Venice
'i Rotary meeting, pled children) and reversed I x-ray campaign just com- TEMPERATURE RAINFALL
" sports writersby and vicinity with their Income Hi,h Low In.....
In most
of state Dale
attendance Included: predictions pleted under auspices of the
88 1.. Xavier High of tax forms two deputy collectors Previously reported 0.07
Poster Indiana, Cap- blanking St. and county health departments. ,
> Owen 12-0. of Internal revenue from Sarasota Frl. Jan 9 -,.. ....... 75 48 000
puians. Kentucky, Louisville, In co-operation with the
* Charles Hodgin. Kentucky, --0-- the Tampa office will be at the County Tuberculosis Association Sat. Jan 10 ...-....., 77 47 0.00
.Nokomls Chamber of .. ... 74 53 0.00
* e Beron New York Ted Other highlights of the Ken- Venice It was reported yesterday B E. Sun., Jan. 11 -
Washington Frank: Bar- tucky session Included the class Commerce office from 9 am Bowen, of the local committee, reported Mon. Jan. 12 ...._...... 78 54 0.00

MichiganColonel Charles election putting Seniors Nicholson to 4 p.m, on Thursday and Friday the following totals for the Tues., Jan 13: _.._... 68 65 085

""""ond, Kentucky H. L.Sarasota Howard, Hunsicker and February II and U Theyare mobile unit in this end of the Wed. Jan, Ie '''?'''_'' 57 42 000
; offices, and the Dan Webster and B L. Venice. Thurs. Jan. 15 ........ 49 30 0.00
', Howard E. En- Francis In honor county: Nokomis, 295;
., 0.92
" gala Wolf Total' to date this month M
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""tana In December 219
and Sam W. Allen Hi-Y dance 247; Englewood
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VENICE GONDOLIER Friday, January
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County Officer hate a money box ir.'o! Rebekah Officers Basketball forward In last Eddie Friday night.. I
Key
which small change may be placed (Continued from Page One) Points, was high flltb U
tools and Are Installed man
Guest SpeakerAt for refreshments ruary 10 and will play a return Gals l Ralph Adrian for the!h.
supplies, meilt prizes etc. match in Arcadia, on February markers Coach tarntrjed II
At Englewood
Cub Meeting David Edge was given the awardfor 17. team ahead 30 Caddo 'Itb biI
too
under at, halt,
highest point winner !
the gpa
Oadd said the season tickets used
Englewood Lemon every man
County Juvenile Officer J, T. for the past Officers of on his, squad
the merit system I Rebekah Lodge No 80 were put out by'the local school for Its fore the final whistle bi-
Pearce of Sara'ola was the guest $25 Savings Bond By ended
It a
year was District Deputy, Mrs. home games will be good for the slaughter.In t 14
speaker at the monthly get-'o- Venice-Noko.'nis installs by
donated by the
I Arcadia at Sarasota as well. the
and staff of Bra- game girls
pother of oarents and local CupScouts Bank I Mate! Nostrand I game. fonll'd
held in the They still may be obtained at the Martha Adams
denton at ceremony
a scored
last night a sit
held
Friday Parents ol any boys 9-12 years Thurs- Rexall Store, Taylor Hardware or to take high Do04
Englewood point
the First Church He 100 F. Hall in honors
Baptist I for
in ioin-
of age who are interested evening January 8. I Nokomis Grocery or from any "Silver Queens lilt
spoke on 'Fingerprinting"Jack the local Cub Pack can obtain day local !
basketballteam. XH
ing NoblrI member: of the Hallaway starred
Wilkinson the new Cub- details! from Mrs J. T. Bla- !I Those installed were: fo
s master, outlined the needs fu lurk, dn mother or Mrs A. E I I 3rard Miry Lee Anderson: R ght : scoring 24 points,
improvement of the Cub den !10. Edse, attain den mother Barry Slpporter. Lillian Bieice Left I
ated at the rear of Ur .I, T 1 Wimbish selves1 as den fatherFROM l Upp01 tel'. Zella Shf'II"Ic -
Lput'l1a'a<.nder Right
Blalock's home o'l Harbor D'.v: > -- -- Grand :
asking the bow to help bv ob- I : TEXAS: upixj-ter Joseph,ne Oal\'ln. Left
.'Uning abandoned or broken Mrs Helea Roe -Slede. c: > Suppciter Mary Elbiecht War- r
ools from their homes Pearce. at c.' ri( 11.1' as her home guest this J-n, Ka-heiine: Park Conductor,
that point, donated a small set "ifii' week Mrs George Cha-nu. ': M.mLee Elbiecht Chaplain.
,oi' too: Ir: the wok Heaine T xa.. M.- C'.a-ma-! A:dreg Alston: Musician Donna:
p Although! the Cub pak tar'v : %id ':. :" bv pi,me H \V-dn' .- R.k.'d Color B, a','r EU
i elicit fund diieulv I it i> plan da" :1:oIiK.de: Cruid i Ham'l: I t

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J. I land Donna Rinkard II
A F'ri.kge to Live in Florid.A

+ A Distinction to tin in Venice : HIGH SCHOOL I II

: H. N. WIMMERS cl: (Continue from Page One) IiM
ments in regard to library, libr'arian -
Realtor I teacher-pupil load, as veil ni
,r,'I e y I other requiiements. had been met.
VENICE FLORIDA I
"The action placing Venice-No-
; Where the Tamianii Trail fleets the Open Gulf I komis High School on the accredited
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THE NATIONAL FOUNDATION FOR INFANTILE PARAYZi [ !
I IifI.f.f.Y.1.YJff'tflflPtfl'fltYfffITtf1&YfMtftJtftflv. list was taken at their holi-
I .
day meeting by the associations'
Central Reviewing Committee.

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White Horse Scotch . $6.15 Comfortable Nokomis

Ballentine's Scotch . $6 25 Delightful Atmosphere Phone 3365

Catto's 12-yr.-old Scotch . $8.30

Vat 69. . . $6.03

Old Forrester, Bottled in Bond . $7.00 ,, Special Sunday Roast Chicken Dinners Served :_ 12:30 1 :30Complete

Yellowstone, Bottled in Bond . $5.89 !

James E. Pepper, Bottled in Bond , $5.75
Canadian Club . . $5.79 ; Weekday Dinners Served From 6 7:30

P.M. Whiskey . . $3.65 I
Paul Jones Whiskey . $3.65 WE WILL GLADLY SERVE

Mt. Vernon Whiskey . $3.60 SPECIAL

Bellows Special Reserve . . $3.65
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_VENICE GONDOLIER 1
Page Three
SHOW-LUNCHEON .


I\SHION BY WOMAN'S CLUB VENICE COUNTRY CLUB ,

members and guests of the Vcnlce-Nokomig Wo-
the fashion-show luncheon given at the Venice Coming Events Week of January 17, 1948 .1,
a
Wednesday under the sponsorship Of the Venice- ,
Club. ; ;
Saturday
new gowns sportes Be on hand to enjoy the "Welcome KMI" dinner dance at your club tonight. Good qf9

|yllsb, and bathing suits were all Constance Fowler and Mis Mar- January 17 party food, good music, and. good friends; all three will be on hand, so dont miss this "t j
t
got Wilson.
'D i with appropriate accessor- Before you start your round of golf today see Pro Nelson Lee, so you can get all the .
and were provided for the oc- members A business meeting for club information and enter the "Ringer" tournament which stalls today and continues :
only
aD by the Helena Shop, the followed the event. through January 31, 1948
[ice Department Store The : I Sunlay j
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RELATIVES FRIENDS The Sunday dinner hours
are being changed effective today. The dining room will 't y +
.lewood OUt Shop and I VISIT M. F. January' 18 be open for serving from 12:00: noon until 7:00: pm This change Is being made in "j
m. Mrs. Jane C. Moulton' su- MYER.S older to accomodate those persons who wish to have an earlier dinner. "%i

!sed the modeling After visiting here for the past Many people have found the porch lounge a relaxing spot. Try It out and stay as t '
dozen models Included Miss two weeks, relatives of M F long ai you wish. 4
UK Elizabeth Wright,I I I Myers of 915 Myrtle Avenue :Monday
Miss have
I Allen, left to By tcday the cold weather Is suppo,'ed to have abated, and the long awaited rain has
Gedney Mrs Carl return to their home al I January 19
Barbara certainly helped "grl'en up" the Rolf course. Play round lower
a or two and your
f Hamilton, Mrs. Graham I.Hornell, N. Y. They were Mr and Ringer scot e. ,
h. Mrs. J. J, Nealon, Mrs. 'Mrs Chester Palmer and Mi and 'I
Rotary Club Charter Dinner tonight at 7:00: p.m,
Mrs. M C ;
De Mater, Mrs F. D. Roe- Myers. Mrs. Palmer Is
.', Mrs. A W. Moremen, Miss the local man s niece, while Mjeis Tuesday Have you hcaid the new pianist? She will be playing in the lounge this evening for ki
Is his nephew January 20 your pleasure. A

FOR YOUR Mr, and Mrs. Edwin Sejbold. ttcdnr-xdaj Ladies this is YOUR gclf morning Pro Nelson Lee will be looUIng for You about
IDEAL friends of Mr. Mjeis, are now visIting January 21 10 a m. Keep VWGA growing!
Vacation ;
Florida him and plan to remain her (
Smoigasbord Is being served this evening from 6-8. and will be followed by Game l
Swimming Pool for the next three or four months
private Night We have found "Oklahoma" "
Close to Gulf Beach some players but "the more, the mciilu

and Golf Course- \\REDES HERE Thursday Rotary Club meeting in private dining loom at 12:15: sharp.
Spacious Rooms Living and January 2? Lions Club meeting also In private dining loom, at 6:30: p.m.
Sun Mr. and Mis C A Wicde of St
The dining rcom will be open both at luncheon and dinner. for member and their
Write for Rates and Augustine visited their parent. guests
Further Information Mr and Mrs T. M. Wrede. Sr.
Kettle Inn of Nokomis over the past weekend Friday Keep In mind that tonight we are having a good old fashioned slngln" Just request
Copper Wrede is now a member of Janiitrv 23 your favorite numbers ;
Florida I 111
Venice the faculty of St Augustine HIGh Should anyone have the desire to lose a few pounds, we highly recommend badminton -
School. ; and we will furnish everything you need except the energy.

Saturday Golfers Keep on working that "Ringer" score downward, as you might just as
January U'e1l be the winner.

EVERY DAY PRICES TO FIT YOUR PURSE Dinner Dance tonight, and we would apprecIate your calling so your table will be 1
ready If you have suggestions for the betterment of your Club, please let us know
WALLACE'S GROCERY of them. It Is our desire to Improve the Club as rapidly as possible


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Entered; ai lecond-claM matter June 6, 194S, at the post office OF DIMES Riviera III. and ..1.....
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1 at Venice. Florida, under the Act of March 3. 1879. Dr. I nnrd \Po' a At"le.
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Subscription ratott One year, $2.50; sin months, ll.SOi; three II'U II ...'...m.. Moraine P., 1 .8'hno''
month. ;5c. Classified advartiiinf ratet 2 cents per word, first 20 j 00 trek.! .

word.; 1 cent per word for each additional word. CHURCH OF COD
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4.h M' CARROLL \\ILLIAMS . ... Editor and Publisher I Krl R.r. C. p. ;,?!?.. Penn
it > HELEN WILLIAMS Office Minster: 10 II ..m." "p'rS.'iuJTh" .h....

HOWARD BR1LEY. ... ... Shop Foreman i t"' Punching.
B. E. "Sarje" BOWEN . .. Advertising I r fcThur.. .,,. T:|. p.... young ,....
j Friday. T., iKin.. "benefit evilest,

AN AMERICAN INSTITUTIONEach 1------ VENICE H....CATHOLIC al TuH Area CHURCH

CADET EDITOR SAYS KMI Vtnic.R .
polio strikes with deadly effect. Each ... C L El: ruder, ..\.
dear F
a.m. Ha.aTIDE
year this mysterious crippling disease attacks thousands : PLEASED WITH RECEPTION

of children killing, maiming, depriving helpless little I of
Anvil, student weekly
The Kiyemeye
In this week'i issue of
nf their normal childhood.Last .
ones right to a the Kentucky Military Institute. Editor-in-Chief Flank Hanshaw

year was no exception. made the following comment In his "The Editor Speaks" column concerning TABLESVENICE
the welcome party arranged for the cadets when their special I

The scourge of polio struck again, claiming approx- I train arrived In Venice last Vo'tl'k.:_ ..... INLET
L.
til: ifately lo.ooo victims. This was the fifth consecutive "'me cadets 01 ama were very 'Punts Rasa CormtlMl

., year of unusually high incidence five years in which Brooks Ministers much surprised at the fine reception
the special Milk I
received
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roughly 80,000 persons have been infected with the dis Venice sta- M.. J.n. IS IK: 1'.. loam
train pulled Into the
ease. Thousands of these will require care and treatment ,Now: AppearingIn tion. 8>U Jin. I'll..... llftiaUSpm :

d t ( for months even years to come. I Sarasota "In previous rears the new Cadets Sun., Jan. l_ 1:11: .... Hilts II.HuI :

+ 3 \\1m to stem this terrible tide ? What tot off the train with little : p a.Mon.
are we doing i .. Jan !' .,.0.... 1MUTwn
CAN we do? Currently appearing at the Sarasota knowledge and enthusiasm for the a:IOp..IIII1&,
I Municipal Auditorium strange town. This year the MW Jin 20 ':U ... rata:
ht ; The MARCH OF DIMES will be held throughout I every evening at 7:30 except Saturday cadets, along with Uu old cadets. MO pro. 1111)4WH.

? the nation January 1530. It is our opportunity to engage are The Brcoks Ministers had a better understanding for Tbor.., Jin.Jan II li M7.::61 1'1'..... I'Mki task

actively in the fight against infantile pjral\ is. three brothers and their wives the town and were all very much Fri., Jan :? P'". till
who have toured the world with the fine things said
pleased by
,( This is the only annual fund-raising appeal of the :\a.
their program of gospel music. about them and the school. 0-
tional Foundation for Infantile Paralysis which in I948 .
z f Now In their first season In Florida '''Ihe, also enjoyed the refreshing
1 marks a decade of service in fighting polio with the the musical family has traveled 'oranee juice and the transportation Complimentsor

dimes and dollars raised through the MARCH OF in China. Mexico. Africa for them! and their lug

DIMES. Canada Alaska the Holy Laid gage. They appreciate the little

and Europe. courtesies shown to them by various Boat
The National Foundation is working in and Plastic Age
your army, During the war Hiram stores which proves that they
the field fighting epidemics, bringing aid to the stricken, Betty Brooks did gospel work with are not so far from home after andEquipment

r' supplying equipment; doctors, nurses, physical therapists ,I the San Pedro Calif., service center all."

' i and other polio specialists. It assures the best avail. ; Taster and Lorena Brooks Co

1 able care :and treatment for all, regardless of race or re I I toured!. sen-icemen's and Claire and camps Loretta InAlvka Dependable

ligion. It supports intensive research to find the cause of. Brooks were active In youth Distributor of

polio and eliminate it as :a threat to our homes and our evangelism and organization.Since ServiceWE TrfcraftFiberglaiBoiHRetallrr \

children. I the war the three couples SPECIALIZE i IN
a The I have combined to present their Chrysler ProdocU *f
MARCH OF DIMES has become an American Marine Supplies!
+; institution. It is our guarantee that everything possible''ILL program of gospel lecture and and

? \\ BE DONE to repulse the savage onslaught of ;3! song.Although kept busy with their NOKOMISGARAGE EquipmentON -
mysterious killer. I I I
current work in Sarasota. which

i' rrt Join' in the fight; Give' generously'to the MARCH will continue for the next fev THE TRAIL
r OF D1.\\ES. ,.weeks the Brooks' plan to make a NOKOMIS, HOBO
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sightseeing trip to Venice within GEORGE T. DEVLIN
Phone ZU1
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things about Venice." i a
KAISER.FRAZER spokesman for the family said
"and we intend to come down and] Convenientto . ,

visit your community the first
$135,000 PRIZE CONTESTS I chance we get." everythingYes
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t VENICE 'TAXI SERVICE Inc.BfS FOR SALE When You Stay at the EL PATIO,

!(! LYCHEE TREES You're Near the Post Office Theatre, ;
STAnos STAND:
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1 1 3d t Business District, Beach and Golf, Course. ,
d Several l VnrirtiriTHOUSANDS -
I TO SPIC AND.SPAN ROOMS SPACIOUS LOBBY

VISIT BEAUTIFUL CHOOSE FROM

MANGO TREES MAKE' YOUR RESERVATIONS NOWFL

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Monday, January 19R Monday, March 1
and R vi. HIGH SCHOOL (1.2)ADORJAN'S ) MAKE:: \ACIITEMCE: FOOD :
\l. SMITTY'S ((3-4)) HIGH SCHOOL Vs. DEVICE : ) ( 1

Wednesday: January 21 Wednesday, March 3 \
LEMON: BAY POST vs. VENICE YACHT I-JI! ADORJAN'S. LEMON: BAY POST ( )

Friday, January 23 Friday, March 5
VENICE LAUNDRY vs. EARL'S (I-I 1 FARL'Sii, VENICE FURNITURE ( (
VENICE FOOD v*. VENICE FCRNMTRE: ((3-1) SVHTiTYs: vs. R and R ((3-4) ( )

Monday, January 26 Monday, March 8 i) d
EARL'S vt. R and R (1-2) VIMCE: FURNITURE: vt. VENICE:
| VENICE FURNITURE vs. LEMON BAY POST ((3-41, LEMON: BAY POST \s. EARL'i ( ( )

Wednesday, January 28 Wednesday, March 10
VENICE FOOD vs. VENICE LAUNDRY ((3-4)) : R and R "s. VENICE YACHT ( ) (

Friday January 30 Friday, March 12
SMITTY'S vi. HIGH SCHOOL (11-2)) VENICE: FOOD \'*, SMITTY'S ( ( 1\
VENICE YACHT VI. ADORJAN ((3-41' ADORJAN'S. HIGH SCHOOL ( ) (

Monday, February 2 Monday, March 15 s
HIGH SCHOOL vi. VENICE YACHT ((1-2)) VENICE YACHT. EARL'S (I.Z : '
ADORJAN'S vi. EARL'S (3-4) \ENICE LAUNDRY *s. R and R ( :

Wednesday, February 4 Wednesday, March 17 : ,
LEMON BAY POST it. VENICE FOOD tI.2) LEMON: BAY POST vs. SMITTY'S ( ( )

Friday, February 6 Friday, March 19 : :
R and R vi. VENICE FURNITURE ((1.11)> VENICE FOOD ... ADORJIN'S ( ) i
VENICE LAUNDRY VI. SMITTY'S ((3-4)) VENICE FURNITURE \s. HIGH (34)r(

Monday, February 9 Monday, March 22 ,
VENICE LAUNDRY vs. LEMON BAY POST (1-2) R and R "I HIGH SCHOOL (I-!)
SMITTY'S vi. VENICE YACHT ((3-4)) ADORJAN S vs. SMlTfVS: (3-4)) : (

Wednesday, February 11 Wednesday, March 24.
EARL'S vs. HIGH SCHOOL (3-4)) LEMON BY POST \*. VENICE )

Friday, February 13 Friday, March 26 j 1
VENICE FURNITURE VI. ADORJAN'S (11-2) VENICE!: LAUNDRY "*, EARL'S ( : ( )
Rand R vi. VENICE FOOD 13-" VENICE FOOD vs. VENICE FCR ) )

Monday, February 16 Monday, March 29
SMITTY'S vs. VENICE FURNITURE 11-2)) EARL'S vs. R and R (1-2))
VENICE FOOD VS. EARL'S (3-4) VENICE FURNITURE vs. LEMON BAY : ) ( )

Wednesday, February 18 Wednesday, March 31
HIGH SCHOOL. LEMON BAY POST (3-4) VENICE FOOD vi. VENICE

Friday, February 20 Friday, April 2SIIITTl
VENICE FURNITURE vs. R and R ((1-2)) S vs, HIGH SCHOOL ( )
VENICE YACHT vs. VENICE LAUNDRY (3-41 VENICE YACHT "1. ADORJAN'S ( ) )

Monday, February 23 Monday, April 5
... HIGH SCHOOL vs. VENICE YACHT )
LEMON BAY POST vs. R. R ((1-2))
VENICE YACHT vs. VENICE FURNITURE ((3-4)) ADORJN'S vs. EARL'S (3-4) i iI I

Wednesday, February: 25 Wednesday, April 7 ,
LEMON: BAY POST \s. VENICE ( ) ; ( > ,
VEtttK FOO* >.. HIGH SCHOOL ((1-2)) J

Friday February 27EArtL'S Friday, April 9
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Rand R "I VENICE FURNITURE
vs. 6MITTTS Cl.!)
VENICE! : LAUNMUT. VENICE FURNtTt'RE3CI) VENICE LAUNDRY vs. SMITTY'S ( l

Venice FOOd Venice Laundry Venice Yacht SmittyV Earl's Garage ,

Chuck Koo ler G. Curwood Sam Wheeler
I ClauJe Archer H. P. KujkendallHoward
Fred Nelson riley R. \\'- Babcock Leroy Deroche Paul Nave
J. Curwood Duffy Legcr
H. Chuck Taylor
E. \Veltz Jim Oakley
Howard'olf George Perfick F/ Fenton
Carroll Williams Paul Larsen r
E. J. Peter Smyth Brohard Byron HarlVenice
Byron Jones J. J. Jossart

Lemon Bay Post. Adorjan's R.&K. High School Furniture

Hcrjchel lewellyn J. C. Biorseth Lee Brobst 4
Bill Jonas Gene Burkett
Bernie Reading
Mack Glenn Stephens 3
P. F.
Hugh Glascott Gage Hodgin Ronald Smith Ed Hemphill
I I. \ BiorseihH.
Jimmie McCracken
Pettis Eddie Langieri '
Ralph Adrian Ralph :
Dietrich
I Jack !
Long Dan Devins
,I Richardson Eddie Keys Rav Langieri
Stan
[Chuck Reiter Louis Adorjan Bob Han;' <.s
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1 TO 11 P.M. SUNDAYS :
WEEK Dh YS. -
GRILL OPEN 7 A.M. TO 11 P.M. .
MRS. DUVALL BOONE Mcr. ,n 1,{
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10 A.M. To 11 P.M. Monday tJ.
P.M. Sundays -
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I race Six It,

tilclan here for many years, is retirIng YOUNG PEOPLE T0 the young people Mis
E. J. Peter Takes
I because of 111 health. He Venice BowlakadeMen' CONDUCT METHODIST Mikesell, leader.

Over Hepler will continue to reside at his League CHURCH SERVICE nounced The speial by the music, tt B M

home In Nokomis Heights. pastor the

t ; ? Electric Business Peter, who came here last year "Young People's Night". will be George L.HarpT will be p
i ed by the ,
from Ohio, where he had threeyears' FINAL STANDINGS observed at the Venice-Nokomis Inlerl11i'flate
E, J. Peter, whose new Venice Herschel "*'
W L PinsR Wrr.
Yacht and Supply Co. Is scheduled experience In electric range Methodist Church this Sunday delegate 10 *
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30.547
& R 33 9 Youth Cpnfee
to open in the Baynard Build- and hot water heater repairing. V hold l ill
Adorjan's 26 16 30.466 'evening, with the 7:30: p.m. servIce land
Ohio |11
in on Rest Mirnv! A\e..us in will personally supervise thatpha High School... 26 16 28,714 In month,"UJ J
being complete charge of speaker.
about 30 da\" this week took over $e of Hepler Electric operations Earl's .. ... ... ... .. 22 20 30.733
? 'lie Help!' i Hit! uiic. business in the Venice Food ... 18 24 30.0J4:

-J 1 Patti! *"ot i Building! Charts I He will continue to handle tit Venice Laundry. 16 26 30.634

Kccplei will be IT charge of eltc1 complete Hotpolnt' line of elec- Smitty's .. ... .. 14 28 28.866 -' Your Individual ur stjw
13 29 22.540:!
1" ,cal :'uctlon waai-: Venice Furniture
n iv tilcal! appliances including is our effort to
pinse:
C. A. H .1'1 : jl-krown elc:- er, iionei. heaters, toasters, etc Week' Result Vol l.
Monday, January 12. Earl's de- f
The store also has a full line of
feated Venice Laundry 2-1: R & : Charm
electrical supplies and fixturesand I
PHIiFaI'X R Sporting Gocds defeated Ador-
t caries air conditioning units. h
FINED jan's 21. Wednesday, January 14, [

"HIU: I\,,' ,/ I Venice Food defeated Smitty's :2-, 4/ BeautySa1QnTRLI
"'I"'r" r'InlT 1: Venice Furlntuie forfeited 3 \ ,
Palmview
Apartments :
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tf r games; to the High School.
t (iloimerlj Dye Apts.) FINAL AVERAGES 223 West Miami Avenue Phone
Dt'ke's ISIl
Shoe Repair
y. f Newly Decorated
Compiled by Marjorie Adorjan,
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y Y, :\r: I Ire S1il"n
', ,, ,, '. ..J.O\..", I Room( Efficiency Apartments League Secretary)
with Kitchen and Bath. .
0 Curnood. Smitty's 170
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M.niraum 3 months Venice! Laundry 16>

\\ \ I"/'ltl" Agent Wheeler, Earl's . ... 162

Richard H. Gedney, Inc. Jones, Venice Food 133 THE NEW
Deroche Smitty's 160
I 301 \\'. Wnlcfe.., Phone 3671
Kuykendall, Venice Laundry 160

4 Richardson, R & R 156
O Venice"Tubatorium"
,4 Oakley, Venice Laundry 155J.

Phones Curwood, Smitty's 154

Painting 2633 -Sarasota- 2529 Adorjan Adorjan's 154

", E1pScistern.i' : Nave, Earl's 154

U i' :d.tRcr'.jiri 1; AmbulanceService Kejs High School 153

H': -,Utic Welding Lew em'n. R & R 148
i j .Virt i Brobst, Venice Furniture 147
!f Gene ti i Auto Stephens High School 147J.
Repairs
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Day or Night C. Biorseth. High School 147 Latest Automatic I

Si.tiu-ii! & Potts Prompt and CourteousROBARTSSHANNON Williams Venice Food Hi-
Mack R & R 144 Laundry Equipment
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M:8o'I1..venueI: Adrian High School 144

r s here 2541 Funeral Home Koogler Adorjan's 143 r
Smith. High School 142 OPTIONAL PLAN

.w I }lodgin Adorjan's 141fblson. YOU MAY DO YOUR OWN LAUNDRY
I Venice Food 140 OR
CALL FOR THEM f LATER
LEAVE YOUR BUNDLES.
Up Your Dietrich R & R .. 140 "A Complete Wash In 45 :Minutes'up

': NOW! 1. V. Bloneth R & R 140 I TO 9 POUNDS ....,oo ...... ....u. .. 35c PLR MICUINE
\ ; Leger, Earl's 140 FREE SOAP
i1Brighten to Your Perllck, Smitty's 139

Y}: : Taste 3'-ohard Smitty's 133 Appointments are not necessary, but machines city be reseed
by VENICE 2674 ,
\'/-ltz, Venice Food 138 calling

1 THE COLOR" Fcnton Earl ... .. .. 138 219 West Venice AvenueBetween

Peter R & R .. ... .. ...... 137
T. E. HOLLANDPhone Archer Venice Food _.... ..... 138 ( Venice Pastry Shop and Venice Radio Service)

Furniture 136
Y'' Reading Venice
F On Venice 31?8 Carl: Earl's. ... ... ......... 136
Tamlair!
e Trail
? Next to Nokomis Community Well McCracken, Adorjans .. .... 134

Larsen, Venice Laundry 130
Hemphlll. Venice Furniture 125 Electric RangesWe

BrileY Venice Laundry 123

IN A 7 Ralph Langlerl! V. rurnltuie 122
Haines Venice Furniture 115
HURRY Ray Langierl. V. Furniture 110 Carry A

4 Phone 3-161 Complete Line 1
FOR QUICK. RELIABLE
t SERVICE, CALL OfELECTRIC

J If No Answer Call 2955 VenicePlumbing 1 RANGES

f ShopBox ADMIRAL FLORENCE

VENICE TAXI SERVICE, Inc.U 14, Venice Phone 2153 NORGE PRESTLINE PIIDXO
(We Hare A Few AB Apartment
DRIVE rr CARS FOR RENTS
Sixes, Too)
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[_' CHOOSE YOUR ELECTRIC HEATER
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FROM OUR LARGE STOCK OF
.- YOU SEEN 'IS '
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Vi Florence Portables and Circulators
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\ tiJ |[LONG. COURTSHIPS Kajoy The Convenience Of

Girls don't expect An Electric
I I them these day. If
: she says "yes" quickly HEATER
... It doesn't mean shjs HOT WATER
made a snap>> decision
Home.
merely that she's ,, SIMS to Fit Every
i being hnst with her Prices to Fit Every Purs
I heart sooner. And you
I can heap: to dignify YOU SAVE ATKJNG1SWe ? .
the ergag'!'tncnt ty
giving her <> diamondof -
which%, he can b,
hwy. | proud We have them,
BENDIX
expensive and Inexpensive Feature THOR wd

When you get home after the final bell of a-good boxing but all Right. MachinesIn
match, doesnt your favorite drink seem to especially "ring the Washing

ben.wines,For depend preferred upon brands of whiskies, gins brandies, rums and KNOWLESJEWELERS Stock! The FMBM. THOR "GLAD W->fr--;

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VENICE: OONDOI.TPB__ :_
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Ivy ,CLASSIFIED tied Ad, I PM.may ADDdq be CLASSIFIED RAn.1I: All I;

the 4.ed In, with the onethos ADS
adrert Mrs will : reels w I for .1
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9eto /Rent Pn.mPllC. e0 II"n.1 wort.,",t,,' 1 ::h,,; ML'SINES3

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a LEGAL NOTICES REAL ESTATE FOR SUE fOR SALEiIAn'1

alluna, button- HAIKSMAV

ill ben, pn,3Rh de Mmir. 121 Cruvl nd aalee It ThniJJ fI..nololit., 1.1..n..d"""'i,;ihle' with, I' .:,, ,: ', /.I'us ono drhtyIr. | IOT foi Nil*. IWHIUII 1 hot In ( HICKS. !Wits: J.irk. Was, Ion
."ph. Mll : 11..1 E.tot': ; :: : : { Noknmu Hiliiht t lob ... Nipon _
Sak-loon In.. .'... In ,, ,',10 ,, of : mt', 1 Ior Noooml, ... Trail km. i III KrIUF..I, ,on list n
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noMinn In I hm. <;
the Kl Estate bu"m, .,, \ Nil MI HHI Itirkniart r<'rcia.II
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fell Paul Nave .. 'In "It. h"-h" '" .,'krt< ran I. I .... .
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Alterations. llutbin I IF:1'1\1.11' 'odd, .d, o1.adult ', ""..101 I .. ',',',.,.,.... .his" "t I .11'" Thsts.. 111111 ,1. a.'w sale,. K nlr.1.' .....1".1'. ;."Illl, iHH' ... ,',.. ,n.I"I''.!..."""".",.nIf and feat Islas{.,. yr,
Mr. T K ,
,For,eland lo"40a l Av<.. I'h.nt 20.5LMJ naa.lrtililii. I ,. \I.;.. II': 1 ',Ise': ,;, I I., ... : 'I",, n"" aI '"is I. M'" '. ".....,.. .. I.. ,., '. A......
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ill -- --11, I 1. ,, .r .Ins, ., .. ?.,.? tOo the leA ,"'''I 1 ::.f KiTli.ttfsl. millllM .1 V .I I;
STURDY I'LANTS r.,, HrIn I ---- I ..I "" '", f "I I I", ",old role as.....,,. ..t hoai. u, hmutlful I rlnrfmni i' .an..
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P" City Council .1.I '!""aid n.im 10..1" lorlw.llm in,,.,o, FOR REST
!>. Lniirpl I r' r In. I. ,vl' ""*"',,l inwkn. Inlundn, h"1t h '
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S Barra-J ;:., .d. '1t of thl''n- ,,,,- "', 11".. : '..I .In) of .Im.t HiiiUnrat' motor. ..mr4.. ..! leader," mmi*. I ,, ,1 I ." ,. I ." .1.-'ro'. ....'
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\I NI1'I.TI/01"'F.I farm and ** .,. ., I ". ""I \ .... .. t
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h I, will hln' I Land Cn )laucst Uxpntfr In 1Iu.'i'L6V,1, I., MC'AIIFf. nl mall iron of land A ....
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NtkF1. eels wnhi .,
Wild fur '
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tTEI city. tile dialed the : li ., ilinii.' -- --- ,
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:N' slid lootitlartim. aUHNb:'inginn lI "M- REITER NAMEDDISTRIBUTOR
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M dl.t. 8311. rand delinquent: tax modes IVTPTIl111 I- : i; rs
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IK mint NINE JflHlITT: '
12. llfAIT I
E I Bunaid ,' INXKTMrNTH: FOR t
contended the councilwas 1 ur.1 I ll r.h) <, ftir> IhrtI
II. k 'H H.OIt FN: I. "n'm.. ; unfair "I < ",. .i ,I <'" ii M.n. Ini.ln- uIt. I'I llr.l, Street tort 'II.".. Florida
1, I'h no 2.M .Edge': and threatened l : "If'' ' '' "i.... .'I.rh:.. SIX COUNTIES 4s
you fellow want to make li ,:" '::; ",, :,::,: ,;. I "F, rhmif! In 11..1| fc:,,,,,,,"
as
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hard n\ ton can on us. wt"'u refuseto I "", 'I '''''\. r". ",. I<"AK>:llmi ...'..d "< tin 1..l.I. llrth the \11\1\1. and IINI'SI'AIDONT I A,' idntm,, ( nt of C \ ll iiir (rf s

WANTED pay any taxes at all and hAM "I,: "" ,.,,,10,,,,,,', ,"It,. .I.I". "f..li. ,-,w"j .n.... solid ,. ,,,, Eng)" u,oed is 'y'hJ,1\; ,'.
loieclostncs) in the court." I hog o \t MR ,tho 10o. ..,1 1'0 for all p:'odi.-i-: i. 1.1' UUIUIIL.
ED tl'RNITI'RF. of all kl..I.. F.vet. t,. is,.. ,u., ... I'\. rids. WISH YOU HAD TllPtllt'JCI CO O ',
Of
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In toting loi the motion .. :
Phone 2613. Cuunciltnan Ito \I t,0' n 311; w. V,'nIA..,
Biohird ,.." "''' F''toI' Midi for the silt! cum"" o(' Hirasota .
commented: I I., .. ',"' W...( \'. nlo'"- 04\0'..' 50' x 159' Bulld.nR: LoU
1 think we should have such a ,d" I ,...1,1" Charlotte. Leo. IluiJt'e. (Il'-
HIRE ON VISIT man
showing the '"' 0'' ,.1",. f 1 I. A Ii hakwy I. a. int.' Oro\'eland Avenue I Soto and Mtna't \'. .' ,5nno\ need -
delinquent ...
( piopirv k. !
IT. Robert Wlghtman of Hav- to see Ihel't''e Stand. at Itati I II h" m,.. Mnull I.. 11 !.1''. till week w sit sitA
II Mass and her Hn/. II 1 .r., n. P3 .l.|>, $200.00
daughter. I 1',1, I 11 r., 1 : 1.... feature of tinI'T 1 ,' 1 K am...

chill arrived In Venice this MOMFNS: non LING It i. ".,for 'M" <'ntHn "t.. apply t.. the | Paled: Elertrlcit/ Water ehclilc spia>'er. the D.'usolur,"
ilirk '' tin < in nil ( .111 In and for
: to stay for the v, Inter Mrs. In game bowled last nieht at Parasols I.Mititi II..rlila, tn ..."1...,. theaid Fee Simple: Deed that kill Inserts a.ilcmatwtlly
name ..f I S II.',.rv under II"
Ihtman Is the former Kath- the Venice Bowlakade four \\'0'mrn' 1'.I..n..f ('h"" ,,,, 1':1. I.... <.' Purchaser to fay fO) Abstract with: .a newly do\rlpp-d lrv>erticide -. q ;
teams rolled 1.rIol. At "f 11,41.W I. Dlfu' r
under If abstract o.
a point dc'iicd.
Chenault, daughter of Mr ,.n.... .,.. 1,1. ti.i vh iiu.. nf I x
I system of one point for each game J Jam,,,.,, ,1010.' -- Relteiho also owns the BigUwodd .
!Inlc Chenault, and Is 1945 IIKiVAS KMITH I
a won and cne onin' for total pins I HA/H W, IAHSIN. I Automatic L< irdiy wUlopeiate 5t

Lie o( Venice-Nokomis High Results were: K Club 3. Nettle- I. I 1'\1'1.I AKH'V H. N. \Vimmel'sI his disu'ibutolh.p uuifif i
pu'' ',.10' also ..n l' : '. 2'1 3". 1f'II '
no!1. wood Sweet Shop 1 : Indipcn- the '
I I name of Reitei Sale! > ARitu-j

dents" 2, Nertlewood Gift Shop 2. '''111.: lit I\TI-NTIIS REALTOR
I TO KFIIsUH tit Til Idl K NAMFli I VENICE. FLORIDA
44444.4.44..4.4..4.4 nlrii.n, ..has hinliy, r.Tlif)
It Pays To PlayR I the, ho I. ."nd"tine a retail lu.rdwanfuse ___ FOR
f4 Business Its .-, a. ..nKI....,". Florida' under the 'J ; ,
Ii .. """'" name ofFM.LFlloon HERE FOR WEEK
YOUR FISHING AND fNHIAI.; fTXIKK FINE
AND 4 anI thatn'd firm li ....mt..,-d of the Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Simp- t
SPORTING NEEDS. t..II..lnR wrw.. ,. .. 10,-c n.mw and 'il...iif
i ProfessionalDirectory : rpvld.'nre are .. folkwo I son and Mrs. Slmp on's father, \ WORK
SEE VS FIRST I.. J. Dean .....1.,........ Florida.Ow .
R&RSPORTING : ....hin tit .:nMI..d G..n..1 Store William Bechle all of Indianapolis -

: ,. as follows.: Ind.. arrived In Venice this Open t a.in to 6 p.m.
I. J Rule Ouncr
.. #.#................ It In my Dinn inlrntiun li. apply t<> the (lirlt week for a brief visit with Simpson' Saturdays t am. to li II.... 4

GOODSFlorida ..f hr Circuit Omn In and fur Sarasota MITCHELL'S
ROOFING ('"uni< HillH, I., twister the slid name brother and sIster-In-law
be Raortiman'i SiMolili.r of tnirli...ii.H< Minimi Store under the Mr. and Mrs. Ralph BARBER SHOP
On. V.nlr, Roof Work of All Kinds ",,,,'I..n..t ('h..t.., 2flllM' !..... of O. Simpson
Nationals Bank I .1.I.la. Arts of 1B4IUllnro I They have taken a cottage at 1J2 W. Venice Ave.

Phone 313J ALVIN r, lOSES mi bm.l this I'.Mh day of Tarpon Center for their week's Venice Anenrv:

Phones But. 2873 Home 2981 Jenuari 11,40 I.. J. WEAN stay I I RALPHS SHOE REPAIR

I Publish : Jan 16. 23. 36 t'.h. 6. 11(44. .

s.}$ } } .;. .;. .;.s.;. .;. J --- NOTICE ,.. ........-.-.-..-_ ..-...- ;

t'III SARASOTA COINTMORIDA 1 ,

I WE NOW HAVE THE TEMPLE ORANGE. f.po ::t JAM'AKY II, 194s 0 .4444.4444444444.44.l: .\
i', NOTICE IS IURMIY GIVEN that purnanl \t'
PINEAPPLE: ORANGES AND DELICIOUS GRAPEFRUIT }f!) tu s .lions Chaplet 1.296. I..f.
We Pack and Ship .'k.,,,,. Arts of '1H17'' known al the Mil..
for You Direct From the Cro\e .}'t pile Art the t..I1..ln. described land In 0

fcari.ola ('..,,"I>'. Fool Ha. will I'f uffti....' I It'
Stone Farm Association |:f fir nali. al piihllc outcry for the bathers l \
and Met rarh hid aubirct" hi the flight "f | A WARM PLACE
i: the Trusts.*a uf the liilirnal ImnruvemmlFund
PHONE: 296Z ft to rij.'Ct any and all Imh, at the O
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1. .t 4', art hour, Invlnnlni at I":HO orlnrk | "WHERE GOOD FRIENDS MEET"
< Mile Northwest of KMI Drive out St. Augustine .'v e. *;:. A M im th<- ! ( rot M mirll ... ra..nnl f.r i BEER WINES
ORDERS MAY BE PLACED AT GROVE (IJ]I road nirhl of u. 2"" feet wide will hi t KTamiami
OR NESTLEWOOD ty7rwW : ......,..,od from an> parcel thniunh whlh |
SWEET SHOP \!. II.nI.I. an rainiest State R.*d. A, to al % Across from Nokomis ;
1..01. till.. to me half ..f all prtn.lrun Trail Community Well %
-1 fuurtha or other ml" t. la will! h
,, and three
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'- -<-;;'"'=--- "' == !.. = = .=..=...-!.= = .!.-= = he Certificate....r'rd. No 1441 t.1i So l" CoverinatIe.t ir. .......r.44844..PP..p.P.P.PPP........j.l.i > >% 1

2. Hl, rk "A." l'la A. I.. Day.
*49941 t4 ***..N.v4s 4 414 414 4 4 4 4 4 ., 1."tile.
1I.h'hl.l"n., Se'th' Z
Men You Want A Plumber Bad 4 C rtifkate S" t02" 1"1t' N.h' Cttrr'In.
.. Ter- AtB&BBAIR.
'. I. : .,.!:::,: n. St Luio Stop

Be Sure That He Is GOOD :, rare(..h'e. I"t''. No" Wool"" 1\ D 1010. fc 14.1p 1..aI.Cover Tor., For The Coldest Beer in Town


Dependable Plumbing 4 (' rr Tit', ,: 1, .. 1 1'i7>: 'IH1I Kali. ,w... Schlitz
; t 01.2' RuppertPabst
I., ..t 'I. .4 n. 8 lAmioTo.M .
Contracting Repairing 8"11, .3..1..
t ('. ::0'1", 1 ,', I'" "Z' "'t'1" file Cmrr' Ballentine
Full Line Fixtures and Materials In., lot 12 Ill,"' 1). Nt. 1.,1. Tot"A'
I .".... H "i|1..n -.* .inTRtFTFFS
Water Pumps Pipe and Fittings I UK T"KIVTrKNAI Miller's Carlmi's
LET US .. IMI'KOXrMKNT: H'VP
FIGURE YOUR JOB ESTIMATES GIVEN k Of' Tin STATE Or F'ORIUA Budweiser
II)' W. A. WYNN. Tropical
JOSSART KINCAID A A",.nt .....,,.10.. I. I. F'an'g I I8ari
."' ta County
BEER TO TAKE OUT
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Phone /I. TTY K. KfrFRF
3601 Venice, Florida t I Aotl". as O't.tot

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"Sick Radios Made Well In Venice"

LARRY'S BAR & GRILL Your"STANDARD Modern Teat Equipment ,

OIL" Genuine Parts-Free Estimates


"A Good Place To Meet" Service: and PHONE 2672'

t: General RepairGuaranteed B. & W. Record Players


BEER WINE LIQUORS Jobs Setchpll-Carlson Portable Public Address Systemand

For Rent By Day Month or Week

PACKAGE GOODS & Sons Brewtter Radios AC or Battery Operated .t
Zeigler
VENICE RADIO SERVICE


'l'atn11l wl Trail NOKOMIS Phone 3127IiiIii NOKOMIS Phone 2751 251 W. Venice Avenue CECIL II. GRIEVE +


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r_ .1 VENICE GONDOLIER Friday' Januap
raGe Eight! 11,
.i F( games this year The first wentto ball coach, has -
'
KMI
r the Ft Myers Junior Varsity next scheduled home lame y
One) 61-37 The second resulted In KMI Alva Edison
(Continued from Page College next
affair acclaimed as one of the, defeat of Bradenton "Bs," 21-10 January 23 at 8.00
NOW pry
The
I most successful dance at KMI, Captain Eddie Weber. basket- lie is Invited to attend,
The choir made their outstanding :
performance of their year In the'

x Christmas cantata presented to
AT THE
the cadet corps a few days before
I NOW
Ii Sarasota Municipal Auditorium they left. for their Christmas vacation OPEN


i Every Night at 7:30 Except Saturday I i --o--
I Back to Florida. Captain Nelson FOR THE SEASON !
t ;t Sunday 2:30: and 7:30 pm Hodsin: has announced that the
cadets will be given the Time
( 1 ALL SEATS FREE l I Current Affairs Contest during --

41 the first week li the second se- Cocktail Lounge
TilE BROOKS MINISTERS i I r mester.. which will begin Febru-
5u i ary 3. Prill"I< III be given; In each Dining Room
3 DYNAMIC SPEAKERS 3 I of the fear grades;: and a prize for

6KXGLE'S the highest score 11the school Serving Lunch and Dinner
MUSICIANS -
a a 6 TALENTED will alto! be awarded KMI Is one
of several hundred schools allover
the nation which will give
|1111:: Current .lla.rs test Captain EVERY
SATURDAYNIGHT
p f.'Jr;;.. JW Uts.J.JM'VllJi.VJJJJ.tJ.Q: :' lf ili..Qt; Hodgln alto announced that Se- ,

TEA ROOM @ um m ler 24 exam and continue will begin through on Jan-the Our Famous Buffet Supper

ON HIGHWAY 775 ENGLEWOOD 3l-t By Reservation Only PHONE 3341
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;'f, ( r' i D1I1UOIS MlhMl\G "E \1 S t The KMI quintet ha stat t.d
their ba.ketball season as-In;: th<
I tin'eon'! t 12 to :: Dinner (, to A! year and so far. so pcod In three Cardinal's

( r a: sn..uIHssm. IIOIRSU ;,t.I' game played so far they have ,
s 1 t "'( :15 to J:30 3:30: to 8:00: t won all three. Two of the thre'j:

Phone Venice 2486 fi game have been Pissed since the j Villa Nokomis
school arrived in Venice a weeK

i_ S'ro ):"Y'L.f,1""f: Yfr'itr.rtf..:OZYfff yltj; alto Thur-day I
The Ka\de cager began their]I
Southern career b\ throwing! Edison -
K r Triangle Inn Dining Rooms I l College, 50-32. Bill McQuada ,
with 16
I paced the KMI squad
FULL COURSE DINNERS $1.00 UP points, while afford led the los-
I i 1'l I' I NEW HOURS I''
WEEK: PitsBrrakf ers.In I
't .t R 11 a.m. Dinner 5:0: 8 p.m. quintet the was second victorious! game.oxer KMIs Manatee 7 a.m. to 9 p.m.
StNDlSPirakfast
I
2:30 I High School. coming up on : (Closed All Dar Fridays)
t 8 11 am Dinners 1J:30 : pm
and 5:30: 8 P m, the long end of a 41-23 decision.
I McQuade a.a'n' led
FRESH JUICES AND FRESH VEGETABLES KMI forward
I : his team. this time with 12 points !S w IkA
Nassau Street I
I Edwards and
the opponnts.
( :3 Blocks South of Bank PHONE !703 For "
r
: Stewart each 1'ackt'd11' polif- a'
r
I for honor I

The 'B' t( am iu\+t'nt fared
weu i Sing on< of their two

NOW OPENIIARTER'S i
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OF ENGLEWOOD "

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t Specializing in Seafood FOR EXPERT SHOE KlPtlK (.. T. :;. .\
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t9 : ; ,
Ralph's S' f ... ,,, -9
t 'oe Repair t;:, ,I ,"

( I; I n"Il c lHN -_ H. \1.// op:* :-< :PI| \\1' 0:9. H.. n \ 0
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FISH: uli..: b ., tisctr, 0t 1,,.'.\., .I L"-,)
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Private Dining Rooms for Parties & SOD j jM i GULF GRILL


Phone Venice 2430 ."j. rn h .::11' '::11
320 West Venice Avenue
HARTER'S MOTOR COURTtNGLEHOOD r'kh : (Gulf Theatre Building)

-:: -: ;j;' I. !I.:;: BREAKFAST LUNCH DINNER
I ULORIDI \ SANDWICHES FOUNTAIN SERVICEWe

I H \I.PH G H \h UP. (""trtt : Englewood Serve Fresh "r't"tollJl's! Onl

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? ]it\DONNA In Newsy onup SO. 1)g C.an (AMIPL'LLL'i 1 Lb. ( .:.n TREE RIPENED
IsAB.O 2 for 23c
Peaches 27c: Pork & Beans 2 for 25: Grapefruit 3c each
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:" 0. 2 Can I BL"r OF BREED 1 Lb Can FLORIDA Large 11eJ

RITZ 1 Lb PLC Baby Limas ,2 for 27c : Dog rood 3 for 25c: Lettuce . ..


Crackers) . . :)..3 C' fR\ZIER 44 01, Cal 'IOR1f No. Z Can .1a

Tomato Juice ,24: ::19 IXtd Vegetables 2 for 27c CELERY "

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KHLOGG'S 8 Oz. PIle. KIXG.\X'S 1 Lb. Can NO. 1 MAINE

,(I Corn Flakes 2 for 25ci I Spaghetti & Meat 2 for 35c I GRAPES 2 lb. 29c Potatoes ,10__lb.I 45c


WHOLE CURED PICNIC Wr Slice 'Em STREAK 0' LEA WESTERN CHUCK

HAMS . sac lb. I WHITE BACON . . 48c lb. I BEEF ROAST . -52c"



NOKOMIS GROCERY



Phone 3681
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