Venice gondolier
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079934/00104
 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 6, 1948
Publication Date: 1946-1964
Frequency: semiweekly[ -1964]
weekly[ former 1946-]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Venice (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Sarasota County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Sarasota -- Venice
Coordinates: 27.098611 x -82.438889 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 6, 1946)-v. 20, no. 14 (Feb. 17, 1964).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071736
oclc - 01497811
notis - AKR0035
lccn - sn 96027128
System ID: UF00079934:00104
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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gewood Parents Hit VENICE EXHIBIT City Council Stands Pat

;hool Bus Crowding; nude Preparations for \'t'nlte.Sokoml.are sow heinz:. On KMI Occupational'I '.

Chamber of Commerce boothat ..

I rea ten to Strike which the opens Sarasota In Sarasota County Fair anMonday License Assessment .,'i;.Ii-.

February 1C, with
hdraw"al from the Laurel and Nokomis schools of approxi- Ralph G. Simpson heading the
committee 'In a special conference with KMI attorneys yesterday \ +
charge of
30 children whose parents reside the Edgewood district of arrangements
i unless dangerous overcrowding of school busses Is halted im- I afternoon in the city hall, the Venice city council reiterated f

11, was threatened in a letter sent this week to County School Simpson yesterday appealedfor I its demand that the .Kentucky Military Institute It

Verman Kimbrough.warning _. loan of all kinds of handicraft I pay the $12 per student occupational license fee assessed :
\ was sent to Kim- by residents of the south- '
for October
against it the year beginning 1 1947. '
P. L. Haynes, an Edgelather six-to-eight-year-old group.' ern part of the county, including I
h by .
The attorneys Paul M. Souder and John C Pinkerton of Sara- W"I
said he had The Haynes letter to Knn- Englewood. for display In t
| I sola, after the council Indicated It would not consider any compromise -
i the letter after "indlgna- brough, a copy of which was given the booth. Anyone willing to settlement. said they would confer further with Col. C. B. } '
tings' with other parents to the Venice-Nokomis P.-1'A Il'n.1 needlework canned products I Richmond KMI president, and other officials of the school. The \\,

I community, whose previous for consideration at Its Lau,el homecraft Items, etc, Is councilmen Stand agreed Pat to meet with them again next week. Iii. I

overloaded busses School meeting next Monday asked to fall Harry Beach, C,
i against I During yesterday'a conference with the attorneys. Mayor Louis I ,
ight them no relief. night follows: of (', secretary, 2381, or Simpson Councilmen George Botts George Suter suggested, tentatively, that }

Hate to Stud "Mr. Verman Kimbrough, at J331 The ir'icVi wll Higcl and Smyth Brohard asserted perhaps a "compromise settle '

i said children riding the Supt. of Schools, be picked up and then returned that the city expects paymentof ment"' of a fee totaling about $2.- :p"i

I route school bus were I Sarasota County, after the fair closes the license fee, totaling atout 000 for the year might be worked 4,

eel In like sardines," withe Sarasota. Florida, $3000, in view of the fact that out.c Ian in the past has paid \ ti
bus being tightly "Dear Sir"This :- $5 occupational license .
of sum had been counted on In only per year ;
1 with standing children Is to advise you that un- Dr. Enders to BeWoman's drawing: up the city'S 1948 budget. fee to the city) However f I

i want this situation cor- less you provide safe transportation They also pointed out that no Councilmen Higel, Botts and Bro- t'l

) Immediately" he declared. to and from the Venice-No- Club formal (protest against the fee hard gave no Indication they i&'

doO.t want the school auth- komis High School and Laurel had been made by KMI until last would favor such a step. The !'to

i to wait until there Is an Grade School for the patrons of I Luncheon Speaker Tuesday night's council meeting, fourth member of the council. H. >i ;. \0

at and wholesale Injuries\ ort these schools who live In the four months after It had become S. Bowden, however, is believed ;
result before they take ac- Edgewood Section of Venice that The Venice-Nokomis Woman due and payable. to favor a move along this line j ,

we are out of safety to these Club bi-monthly luncheon will Received LetterAt I t',

jwedont get immediate ac- children, going to withdraw Hum take place at the Venice Golf that time the council received C. OF C. TO ELECT i'

we're ,going to keep our chll- from school until such time ac club, Wednesday afternoon February a letter signed by Souder, in OFFICERS THURSDAY i
| out of school and go over you can provide safe transportation 11, at 1 p.m. Mrs. George which he advised the council he ;

ibroughi head with an for these children, H. Breed will be chairman of hOs- was 'inclined to believe the Imposition Re-election of H. S. Bowden, M. 11 j

to the State Department "The present method of trans- tess's of such a tax upon an Cousins, J. T, Blalock and C. C. fo-

cation" portation Is unsafe, dangerous During the program hour, the educational institution will not be Lowe as directors of the Venice- sC ?,

Admits Overcrowding and at any time may result in serious club will present Dr Howard E upheld by the courts cf the State Nokomis Chamber of Commerce hfjf.
er Mlkesellv principal oflIokomls injury to any number of chll. Enders former dean of Purdue of Florida and it is my further was announced this week by Sec- ;.ff,

School apprised of dren. The practice of loading University in Indiana Dr Enderswas belief that If, by any strange retary Harry A Beach followingan
Mgewood parents' compjalnt these children in one bus until formerly connected with the chance, such a tax should be upheld official tallying of ballots cast vs gin

\fed 1 local school busses have they are packed In the aisles k University of Pittsburg in British that the amount of the tax the recent mall election J. M. rt'Dick 1

j overcrowded especially since against the state laws and the Oulana as Investigator In para- Is arbitrary conflscatory, and an local druggist, was the fifth '<:*!t

|stan of the winter season.Id county will be held responsible sitology He was also head of the absolute discrimination against director elected. He succeeds Rex I ** !;

> the situation: was not as for any Injury to my children or Department of Biology and the Institution as compared to the Hardin of Nokomis L

|u It might sound. of the parents of any other children ology at Puidue and on the I sliding scale of license taxes Imposed The entire 15-man board will I ,.t t,

eating capacity of the : in Edgewood upon the receipt of John Hopkins as ZOO-I' on the bther businesses operating meet at the C. of C office next y ,t '::

fused on the Edgewood route I of this letter by )'ou. zoology I' In your city." Thursday at 8 p.m. to elect officers r"

III 50.,' he said "I'm in- i "The driver of this bus is doing The subject of Dr. Enders talk Favors Collection with Bowden being slated to

i Its average peak load Is, all in his power to Insure the I will be, "City of the Sacred WellIn After Mrs. Helga Roess-Siede be renamed president.

I60 pupils, although occa- safety of these children, but he Yucatan This Is a story of city clerk read Souder letter, In {

as many as 65 are car- cannot do It with them packed Mayan civilization which he asked for a conferencewith
in as they are being packed in Members are reminded that the council. Councilman Hi- I Coming Events I y

70 in Bus now. reservations must be in by Tues- gel commented:
teacher "We expect immediate actionon "I. for one, think the fee shouldbe
sever. one at the day evening, February 10. Phone Friday, January 6
I said as many as 70 stu- your part and in case you care Venice Golf Club, 2531 collected. We should collect all 1 p m, Jimmy Nichols, one- + ,
i had been packed into the to ignore this warning/ we will be A nominal amount will be col- unpaid license fees." armed golfer, gives free exhibition ;
forced to remove our children Councilman Botts said he felt Quit Club.
ally, too many to be con- the door from non- at Venice
lected at
1 by the driver and seriousdizlng from school, and report to the Woman club. the same way and Councilman Sunday, February 8
r< his safe operation, State Board of Education. members of the Biohard also agreed, saying: "Our 2 p m., free tennis exhibition on

t vehicle.) "Yours very truly, An important business meeting city attorney Informed us we hada KMI courts
P L. Ha'nes"Q1orlle will follow the program hour. legal right to assess a. licence Monday, February 9
well I said the other Venicebus P.-T.A. Founder's Day i
boarding 8 p.m.,
had been crowded "un- fee against private meeting. Venice-Nokomis High

it days or so ago when It LIONS ROTARY BASKETBALLGAME chools School moved up from Tuesday),
Braswrll Explains 8 No-Vel post Amelcan
making two trips, first
TUESDAY NIGHTWith M. A. Braswell Legion, meets. Venice Air. Base
I up the children at the NEXT City Attorney

Bay Trailer Park" Indians cage who had given the council his cluahouse 8pm., Open House night at
ver. The Gondolier this proceeds going, to support the Venice-Nokomis will opinion last summer that such a Venice-Nokomis Methodist
representing the local Lions and Rotary clubs license fee was legal explained: Church. All friends and membersof
I counted 22 children squad, two teams
the KMI gym at 7:30 next Tuesday "When I was first asked about church Invited
J in the aisle of the bus meet In a basketball game in the 10 '
of the evening, the Indians will play this matter I said that in my Tuesday, February 1
pulled second same
away from the school night. In the Rotary-Lions basket-
such an occupational license 7:30 p.m.,
Ortopinfrontof the Bowl- KMI "B" team. opinion ball in KMI gym; followedby
In charge of could be Imposed
Mitchell liniment. tax
At least half a dozen of the Lion has stocked up on game between Venlce-Nokomis tHigh
'" were children In the making arrangements for the Rotarians arnica. bandages, and other aids the principle has been definitely and KMI "B" team.

and Dr. T. S Thompson,I for the Injured" In anticipation recognized Wednesday February 11
representing! the Lions, who chal- casualties, both pre- "As to the amount of the fee. 8 p.m., Englewood PTAFounders .
Club, declinedlast of more the smaller the tax fs the Day meeting, Engle-
WeatheR lenged the Rotary and during the actual contest I said i
night to disclose starting game easier It Is to defend Its validity wood School.
amount is a matterof Thursday February
of However
rVR1 line-ups Regardless of the outcome The Rev. Clive Kiser,
RAINFALL everybodyin for the council to determine 8 pm
High low lashes "Just say practically the first game and both sides policy, pastor of First Baptist Church,
b reported both clubs will get into the loud in asserting their ; Nobody can guarantee Palmetto. will show full color mo-
Ja14 30 78. 81 ..0.00&L game sooner or later," they chor- ; are superiority equally the clash between the outcome of litigation, but I tion pictures of his trip to Baptist
I Is sound In Copenhagen.
the principle Word Alliance
31 7t and the still think
57 0.25 used. I Indians
Ve-No-HI last fall at the Venice
the defended. Denmark,
'for January ?....__ ._ ,8-84 Spies report that Stan Richardson KMI"B" squad is expected to be and can be successfully First Baptist Church. Public invited -
hbI --? 60 44 0.00 expected to be a Lion worth the nominal 25centadult i even If It went clear to the Supreme ; free will offering.

Peb, 2 69 40 0.00 stalwart, was the first pre-game well admission fee to be I Court 8 t' .m.., board of directors. VeniceNokomis
during Compromise Chamber of Commerce -
N. 53 0.00 "casualty," pulling a tendon ed Children will get in charc-I, Suggests conference meets to elect omcers.r .
Peb4 this week However. During yesterday's
?. 77 09, 0.00 practice and cents.) ,I
11loab' b .? 79: 0.00r Louis Pappas, local druggist


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''t Play on KMI Courts 36TH STRAIGHT WINBy At The

Sunday AfternoonWith Defeating Redland High BILL. School MILLER of Homestead 50 to 32

here last night, the fast-traveling Kentucky Military Institute
the public invited a free basketball team racked up Its ninth straight 1948 PINES
t tennis exhibition will be staged on victory and the thirty-sixth consecutive win since 1946. HOTEL
the KMI courts In Venice this Coach Eddie Weber's KaydeU experienced little difficulty
Sunday. February 8, starting at 2 In trimming the invaders. Bill McQuade. KMI forward,
af+ p.m. Chairs will be provided for and Jim Hooker, Homestead forward, tied for high point
spectators. honors, each garnering 16 markers. VENICE, FLORIDA
ii S. Jarvis Adams, former national
; veterans doubles champion who The Kaydet cagers of KMI disposed of their main rivals last
now resides In Venice and May I Tuesday night by defeating the Sarasota Sailors 51-40, on the Sarasota -
's i, or Louis Suter announced several court. Last Saturday, the KMI five walloped I Manatee High
; + Ill ranking West Coast men and women I School by grabbing the long end of a 51-23 score under Soldier basketsVenice $2.25Served
players will take part In the The KMI five jumped to an
/; exhibition They will be guests of I r the Venlce-Nokomls Chamber of the entire tilt. However with the
' Commerce at the Venice Country Bowlakade 11 I IMen' score standing at 16-5. Bill Turner .
Club after the exhibition. a KMI guard, pulled a muscle -
eft : from 5ala ota. Margaret Me- League in his shoulder, and the Kay- from 1P.M.-9P.M
Fadden, mi).' West Coast High det soon found themselves only .
School coiifeience champion, and J two points in front of their hosts,

t. runner-uj\ Zoe, Hatcher, will playa STANDINGS 1-19, When the half ended, the Appetizer:
6ltil.li'! match Phllo Fox and Soldiers had managed to Improve

tN t r 14 Catherine Dean. also top-notch Pis Pins hel lead to 23-21. Fruit Cup Tomato Juice
1 Sarasota tennis players will meet mltty', 7 4390 Ray O'Daffer, who started his

't in another special match. Earl' .. .. 7 6801 first game this season, led the Grapefruit Juice Papaya\ Juice

w I' Billy Bradley of Bradenton, Venice food .. .. ........ 7 6630 KMI team with 18 points, while Apple Juice
runner-up In the recent West Skippy Whitaker paced the Sailors -
Coast high school tourney, will Venice Yacht 7 6214 with 19. Fresh Shrimp Cocktail

tangle with k AdorJ&n' ..... .. .... 6 6395 In the Saturday evening tilt
tary Institutethe ranking Venice Laundry 4 4512R with Manatee High School the Vegetable Soup

Lij Charley Crl gcr. and Adams will & R ... .. ... .. ........ 4 4410 Soldiers also jumped to an early Chef's Salad Celery I and Olives
eathetcinstrucctor KMI lead, and were never threatened
a Venice Furniture 4 3940
? and former throughout the game. High point --
a r' high-ranking player. High School..... .. 4 6131 men for KMI were McQuade Broiled Red Snapper with Tartar Sauce
rw, s -- _"'. Lemon Bay Post. 'f''' 2 5351 Sharp and O'Daffer, each with
NEW ENGLEWOODGIRLS' Week' Results Ight points.Captain. Broiled Mackerel with Lemon Butter
Friday, January IISmittyi
CAGE TEAM ......._ C 91 796 7M.-22il -- Broiled Sea Trout
High School ___.. (40 .58 S2H--1HH
t LOSES TO VE-NO-HI Venice Yacht ____ 65' .7I 69'_2(>i8Ad.irjan'1 Hodgin Roast Turkey with Cranberry Sauce
.. ___ .I4 (49 78SStlS
Monday, February IEarl1. Baked Virginia Ham with Pineapple
A,3Ri) The newly-formed Englewood .......... 6292 762- 2SM Wins PlayoffIn
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basketballteam AdurJ' 756 *I4 76J-itbl Roast Leg of Lamb Mint
Slickers" girls' Jelly
+ Venice Yacht .__ 66* 14 7 lost by one point to their Hit !chool .".-' 6U' <.< <42--XHIIictfiiMtar. Golf TourneyCaptain
Breaded Veal Cutlet
P' iirst opponents, the Venice-No- February 4
Union Bar Port .. 136 142 '02--167
komis High girls' cage squad, In Venice' Food "__. 72< U' .6I-207CVENOH1 N. C. Hodgin yesterday Lamb Chops: 2 on toast
i a game played In the KMI gym ,
afternoon defeated his fellow
last Wednesday afternoon. Final'
INDIANS Candied Yams French Fried Potatoes
score was 23-22. KMI officer, Captain E. R. Scales,

The eight girls on the Englewood BEAT WIMAUMA, 3912The In their play-off for first place In Fresh String Beans New Spinach
team are being coached by
the January "ringer" tournament
James Hightower. They all played Venice-Nokomis Indiana Ice Cream Cobbler
s .ti under him three years ago staged at the Venice Golf Club.
last night again trounced the Wl-
? when he was principal-coach of Captain Hodgin won out on the Assorted Pies Jello Pound Cake
mauma High Schcol basketball
VeniceNokomis.The fourteenth hole, 6 and 4. They
"City Slickers," who wantto team In a game played on the Tea Coffee Milk
had tied In the tournament with
play games with other girls' atter's court. Coach CharleyGadd'
r teams In this vicinity had the "low ball" scores of 32.
fi Indians won by a 39-12 A la Carte SpecialFilet
following line-up: Alnger, Cas- Kay Lanins, with. ** had won
tcore. They defeated W.mauma In
hatt Czervinskl. Bastards Harrington
In the women's division, It was
Adams. Lukecart and a game here a month ago by a Mignon SJ.W
t.. 1 Anderson. Starting for Ve-NcvHI 44-5 score. announced earlier this week by

' were: Cole, Qault. Adams, Elsie The Ve-No-Hl girls although Pro Nelson Lee.A .
Taylor, Listen .and Marta Taylor
making a much better showing new "ringer" tournament will

t} Let THE GONDOLIER do your than when they lost a nrnth ago. start next Monday. SPECIALWith

printing. Just phone 3131. 35-12. dropped their game to the Other January scores were:

Wlmauma sextette, 39-33. C. B. Richmond Id C. E. Htdiriii SSl
P. D. Lanlni. 871 Alan Hold, 141 Bub
iharp M: Tom Thompson 441 Sft Ohm.
SALE BRINGS $7.200 14! P.... 18: Dinner
TIDE Hmnmack. M: Willi.m. S4 I Canon. 411 Sunday
TABLESVENICE Out of 203 parcels offered at Col. Nnlon.' It; M... Nealon, 41) Ed
the public sale of county delinquent Keys, 47; WlUoa.. 411: Nan' Allen 60 i
Manhall. 42.FAMED Cocktails
tax lands which had teen -- Champagne
(Punta Rasa Correction)IHi.h
loreclosed by the Board of County
LawFrl. Commissioners held at the
.. Frb. I ":S5 p.m. I HO amSit. 50c
1 .. Frb. 7. ::is p m. Ci22 .M. court house last Wednesday, 120 QUARTET TO GIVE
1UW pm. 4:44 p. were sold for a total of 7200. It PROGRAM HEREA
Sun. F.b. I 2:21 p m. ':ou. m.
11:42 tJt was announced by W. A. Wynne,
p.m. p m.
.., Ffk. V 7M ..... clerk of the circuit court Wynne variety program: of gospel o
r .:30 pm. ':18 pm. said applications for any lands and popular songs spirituals ad
Tun. Fia. 10 12:24 am. ':02 am.g .
t:4 p.m. 7MWnl. p.m. not sold during the sale will be comedy will be presented by the Music by
., Frb. 11 1:05 a m. 0:27 a m.
.:64 p m. ,:4' P m. accepted at his office. Sunny South Quartet, of Radio
Thor Frb. 12 1 :45 a m. *:52 a m. WFLA fane In the Venlcc-Noko
w I:10 p.m. .:8I p..o.FrL. .
l-Vb. IS .:25 a.m. .:16. m.I ASH WEDNESDAYDi. mis High School auditorium at 8p.m. Bobby BarnetAnd

i :26 p.m. *:2l I p.m.d Leonard W S. Stryker. rector next Thursday, February .

-0- of St. Mark't Episcopal The entertainment Is 12'1

Church announced yesterday tha sponsored by the Sixth

ComplimentsOP an Ash Wednesday service will beheld Mrs. Virginia WYnne, teacher, to'' HisRhythm

at the Palermo Drive churchat raise funds for purchase of an

10 am. February 11. The Pen- encyclopedia. The local P.-T.A. Isassisting Boys

Plastic Age Boat Itential Office will be followed by in the project.

the Holy Communion. The Lenten --

service cards and booklets for P.T.AIEETING!
dally: use will be distributed on Nightly
Mrs. Dorothy Fields
Sunday. acting
Co. president of the Venice-Nokomis

P.-TA., anonunces that the next -

It Pays To Play meeting will be held Monday Dining Room Open Daily
Distributor of
February 9, at 8 p.m., at the No-

Tricraft Fiberglas Boats FOR YOUR FISHING AND komis School, instead of the reg- for Breakfast Luncheon Dinner

Retailer of SPORTING NEEDS, olar Tuesday night meeting.

Marine Supplies SEE US FIRSTSPORTING All persons are especially invited At Regular Prices

to attend this meet'ng she

and I R& R said, as this will be.. special: Telephone Venke 3101

EquipmentON event In honor of Founder Day

GOODS ad the program chairman, Mrs. ROOMS ':

TRAIL Th Florida gaort ,. Voile Nokomis Bank occasion Inquire for Special Daily and Weekly :
NOKOMIS, FLORIDA a speaker who is quite active :
Phone 313S In P.-T.A. work within the European and American Plan



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ct against diphtheria,
cough or tetanus may
a combination vaccine
all three diseases.This
I given in three doses at
Children who
[ been should immunized have a CLUB
of'the tetanus vaccine.Ch
dren who were Florida '
given immunization a single booster last I'
Those who failed to
I past typhoid year immunization must have all: to Watch the Exhibition
shots. Dr. W. R.
health officer,
at the Club by
Immunizations are
pre-school children and 1'f-/
the health department
| afteinoon. He
all parents having
| bring them to the 2811'N y
afternoon clinic f

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and China
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Phone .
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Greatest One-armed Golfer.
Hair Treatment I
HERBEX and then Play 18 holes with
dandruff and
Wes Ferrell of Sarasota and
healthy and clean.Charm
Lee of our Club. } ,

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Landscaping Lawns I


Shower Trees

Variegated Rubber Trees f

All Kinds Of Palms I
30 Different Varieties Of Hibiscus

Bougainvilleas Ligustrum 1

Flame Vine Jasmine

Ixora (Flame of the Woods)

Over 1,000 Crotons To Pick From '

Grafted Double Yellow Hibiscus



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; Published .nr) Friday Editorial and .business office. 313 West EAT I P..... Church, Hrtlc,,
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Miracles Being I The Electrical Exposition at the VENICE CATHOLIC COORS 1 1NIUII
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r States.It R... i L Ell.ula., Fiii i
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t Tampa. Fla. Miracles that will occupy more than 38.000 Mr. and Mrs. F. Clark, Milwaukee -
square feet of floor space nearly Harry Beach secretary, an-
electrical! science will\ Introduceinto Wis.; Mr. and Mrs. R. M.
twice the area devoted to the Inaugural Mrs. R. N Eshols Villa Rod,!
nounced the following recent registrations -
industrial plants and homes show last year. Every Young. Lexington Ky.; Dr. and Mr. W. H. Hoslett.Jamaica R
at the Venice-Nokomis
), throughout the world in the near major manufacturer of electrical Mrs. Marian Burton.' Urbana Va.; O. W Bishop Sr., O. 11.
Chamber Commerce
future will be portrayed at the appliances and devices In America :
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Brown. La shop Jr. 0 E. Hogan
Florida Electrical Exposition featured I will be represented. Not least of Congressman Harold Kmitson. Croso. Fla.; Mr. and Mrs. A, T. Scott. Willlam. W. Va.; !

exhibition at the State Fair the exhibition will be displays of Washington D. C.! Charles A. Coleman, Cleveland Ohio.: Mr. and Mrs. M E. Gravel, Dwflni

here now going on. It was announced I the first electrical devices invented DElia. Bridgeport Cona, El Pa- and Mrs. R. D. Hodson, Kokomo I.: Mr and Mrs. T. B. h
representing the origin
v t today by P T. Streider, tio Hotel. Ind.; Mr. and Mrs. D. Laskey, Pontiac Mich. Mr. and "H
their modern appurtenances.
t general manager. I Mrs. Harney S. Collins. Columbia East Liverpool. Ohio; Mr. and Greenfield. Canton. Ohio.

From the mammoth laborator. SINGING GROUPAll Conn.; Linda Collins, Columbia !

ies of the Westinghouse Electrical I Conn.; Thomas Collins, Columbia *
Co. will come Samuel Hibbens internationally teenagers of Venice and vicinity Conn., Mary Suter. Columbia FOR THE BEST IN-SEAFOOD MEALS,

famed scientific I Interested in joining a singing Conn.. Mr. and Mrs. H. P, GO TO BRADY'S '*

genius. with an array of elec- group are asked to phone or Meyers. Madison. Ind.; Mr. and

}E tronic gadgets that presage the see Paul Goldenstein at the Alpha Mrs. W. R. Smith Wytheville,
I All Hours for Bait and Fresh Fiih-
push-button world of the future. I Music Shop. Goldenstein. who has Va., Worthington Apartments.Mrs. Open

The amazing demonstration will Robert Krudeuer Kalamazoo
tl' asked the city council for permission -
be presented In a theatre adjoin to use one of the rooms In Mich; Mrs. John Augustus Restaurant Closed All l.i\ ruesJjy
ing the Electrical Exposition I Murray Kalamazoo, Mich.;
o where thousands of the most I' the new city hall for a meeting 1 Mr. and Mrs. Charles 8. Weber. BRADY'S SEAFOOD
''place the organization.
modern electrical appliances on for new I
St. Charles Ill., Cosby Apart-
the market today will be in operation I said two age groups are planned
ments. !
On the trail Phone
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The show will be titled for the I lIt
F. U. Mayhew Minneapolis.

Minn.; A. E. and Bessie Easton.
Cleveland, Ohio; Anna K. Means.,
ENGLE'S TEA ROOMON Kurtland. Ind., Venezia Hotel. is better to Build than to Pear Down. f
Chris Paulson Marshfleld". '
HIGHWAY 775 ENGLEWOOD Wis.; Mrs. John Findlay and fam Work for the good of Venice.: !

ily. Cliffwood Beach N. J., Va- r
DELICIOUS, SATISFYING: MEALS lencia Apartments. "For Real Estate Needs"SEE \ \
Luncheon I 12 to 2 Dinner 6 to 8 ?'
Recent guests at the Point O'
12:45: to 2:30 5:30 to t;00 Palms Nokomis Included: VENICE LAND COMPANY !

Phone Venice 2486 Mr and J. D. FRANK D. ROEBUJ(
Mrs. Daniels, Decatur ROBERT 8. BAYNARD

Ill.; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph President SalesmanlCtr

Keeney. Ketcblkan Alaska; Eve-

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Candidate FROM COLLEGE parents! Mr. i and Mn Frank *CLanlus
and Mr .
Monday night1 meeting J, Douglas Am- 4t,
He will return to the
all of
auxiliary 01 NoVel Amer. Venice* By-Way announce Prank L Lanlus came home .to
posted it the Ruth the birth of a son at the Sarasota VBlVuslCy a Tlorida next Mad- ;
Legion Hospital yesterday Venice this week to visit with his day
odal1 home 'plana for the morning The 4
new arrival has been
ale were 111,- named
Day I
il I poppy George Ronald. He weighed 8
Mrs. Anne SurU presl- pounds 5 IDEAL FOR YOUR Phones
ounces Arnall
I is
emPloyed -
announced the sale will be at the Venice Lumber co. Florida Vacation 2633 -Sarasota- 2529

Saturday. February 21. Private Swimming Pool
Close to Gulf Beach AmbulanceService
Guaranteed 1 and Oolf Course
Spacious Living and I
Watch Repairing Sun Rooms ,

Jewelry Repairing Write for Rates and Day or Night

Art Supplies Further Information
Prompt and CourteousROBARTSSHANNON

Friendly Courteous Copper Kettle Inn
a Venice Florida
R. Funeral Home ?
Barry Jeweler .

324 South Orange Ave

Member Sarasota of the United LEIS E. FIRMS "The Anchorage I '

Honrtoclcal Association D" "olo County Judge Lewis E
Pun is of Arcadia has announced \OKOM1S: "
I hi will oPPO\1' incumbent Judge
W T Harrl'on of Palmetto for i
lit Dille: cf Twelfth Judicial Clr Announces the Opening !3
.11 Cult ludac I
The Twelfth "
Cli u,' t tikc in the] cointl.s of Of Its Dining Room t
b 'n A1.1-itee. Charlotte De-i
S Coin:.t, :L HindiOUdev: and I I I uiiilicon ant 1 Dinner ,\

A 1\I'on a Rotarian and amen I B) Hcservat ;
;, J "f the State Dem-crattc
DONUTS Eti tun,' Committee for the past' SIR1SE; DRIVE IlIONt 3305: : ;
10 \ 'u'- Judge Pun'lIs a native .
'I D, i' .''J Comtv lie ui born on l
.toe Doz. Juh 4. 1900 "YE'W

In hi. campaign statement. the
lazed or The "Personal"Smallest -, Arcad:an declared: EVERY DAY PRICES TO FIT YOUR PURSE \

'Thell' are no Issues, as such Ina
BtKLD FRESH DAILY lightest RCA ic. conte,t for Judicial office I be. WALLACE'S GROCERY t l :.
tor Latter-operated ports lleve bv education and experienceI
PIES CAKES lie! Plays instantly .n,. am qualified to perform the du- '
COOKIESVENICE *here*hen cover i.opened. ties of the office of Judge of the Frozen Foods Staples Dairy Products i
Circuit Court: that there shouldbe

Special Occasion Cakes S32.fi 1 a lea'-oiabli rotation in public MeatsTAMIA111 ,
Baked To Order offices; that 25 veaix Is long J-
enough for one individual to hold : TRAIL NORTH OF NOKOMIS
R.DlOLSt50 any particular public office Daily 8:30: A.M. 1:38 TM
"I am running in opposition toa Sunday. 9:00 A M 1 P.M, i
PASTRY SHOP RCA TtRVIABLF: $18,91 man who has In his long yearsof :00 4:30: P M. 7:30: P.M. iI

service merited the confidencenot t
only of the Bar bat of the
E. A.
public hole.
a* a therefore, I am i
147 W Venice An. Film" Records Radio Rep.tirs not conduct? a campalrn- based
VENICE Opp Theatre upon personalities but solely Your Friends Gather Here
PHONE 2683 .
upon the Democratic principle ofa
reasonable rotation In public
!office, and of the right- of a Why Not YOU?
younger man to seek advance- I
ment in his chosen "
"Sick Radio Made Well In Vrolcc' _profession WE HAVE THE COLDEST BEER IN TOWN
I -
Modern Test Equipment 11 mmRA All Popular Brands
Genuine Parts Free Estimates
State Senator Walter W. Rose
PHONE 2672B. of Orlando. who had keen reported BEER TO TAKE OUTB&BIBAR
at a leading candidate in the
& W. Record Players race for mourner has announcedhe '
has decided against
Setchcii-Carlson Portable Public Address System campaign However, he asserted -
and For Rent By Day !Month or Meek ; 'I do not Intend to remain 305 W. Venice Avenue Opposite Theatre ,
Brtmtrr Radios AC or Battery Operated 'silent on the Issues confronting rI
the state but expect to continue -
VENICE RADIO SERVICE I to fight for what I believe

151 W. Venice Avenue CECIL II CRIE\F la be right and against what I I Brighten Up Your ..
I think to be dangerous" to the welfare Lawn Furniture: NOW!
I if our state
9 We Spray Punt>> to Your
'JJ&M lJJl.lJi..JJ;.tSl:<1a51 S1aS? LUrE FOR HOME '
I Individual Taste.
f Mi and Mis James Mitchell of
A Privilege to Live In Florida Buffalo N. Y.. and children, Billy "WE HAVE THE COLOR"

Live Carol and Jimmy who have been ,
A Distinction; to in Venice '
Ott visiting Mrs. R. A. Baldwin of the T. E. HOLLANDPhone )

H. N. WIMMERS Copper Kettle Inn for the past .'vOn '
three weeks, left for home yester- Venice! 3128 '
Realtor day. Mis Mitchell Is Mrs. Bald- Tamtam! Trail Next to Nokomis Community Well
t tI'
wins granddaughter At the recent I'I'r .
VENICE FLORIDA March of Dimes: dance at the Ii I

Where the T.mi.n.I Trail Meets the Open Gulf Venice Country Club Mi. and ) '
Mrs M:Uhcll won cond prize
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I VcniccPlrr.bng ... ? r.'.

Convenient . ,![ : Shop i'

to everything i Bn 14. V.n ce Phone 2153. (.. )

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Yes, When You Stay at the LI I PMIO, \\ 11 ,II, ',hit I I -. ,

I. You're Near the Post Office Fheitre, I II fJ t

Business District, Beach and Golf Course. I



Upholster'ngBody : "Water sports" are exciting invigorating, zestful and pleas-

Repairing anti! And so is a tall cool drink mixtd Just to your taste

Electric WeldingAnd with the brands of your choice! We have them at


j5 N. Venice Ave VENICE. FLORID Phone I'MLMB3 Stancil & Potts PACKAGE LIQUORSc A

Yo E W N I!> j 1't.'
in. McCLURE THELM H. TRESHER Miami Avenue \ """EN .. "' 4 ,tEN i

Owner Manager I Phone 2541


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tJW1.' rap !Eight VENICE: : GONDOLIER: Prlda", ptbrutd jr"."{

ietvdtaf the list with
Bill Woolsty tale Garner Rowed,

GAMES '- LOST SOMETHING I .KMI. ClippingsBy : an average of MM. Other highpoint lull Professor will Senli '.
men were Farmer .(>..005>, Ipwkt8
A couple tf week ao, a woman cadet corps durinc ,
ti and BILL MILLER thi
Schuli (9360) and Elsenhauer "'
of babyshoes
brought In a pair Vesper
(95.00). held in
found on the
BRIDGEKentucky that she had
yn The
the beach. They were placed In KMI To Leave March ZS ---o-- public II COldllUJ
This Sunday at 7:30: p.m., Cap- vited to
our window for all to see-and Official announcement came ittend
and ---------------------
Military InstituteFriday for the owner to claim. No one from Colonel C. B Richmond sIVII NNI
has yet come In to claim them. Major C. E. Hodgin yesterdaythat
; Feb. 13 the cadet corps will leave
Then last week R. G. Haines
Venice March 28 for a short sittitty'stavern
8 P..M. brought In a door key that he Spring Vacation. The special train

Sponsored By had found on the ildewalk. will arrive In Louisville at noon
Thus The Gondolier finds Itself ([Cincinnati at 4-00), Saturday
VeniceNokomisWoman's In the "lost and found"business.and March 27. This schedule will allow -

Club the window Is bedecked most of the cadets to spend
Mr. Vernon Brattle with a pair of baby Easter with their parents.

Will Call GamesRefreshments shoes and lost key. --0-
Free New to the faculty of KentuckyMilitary 125 South Tamiami Trail Veuct
a k Institute is Captain i Delicious Sandwiches-When You Are ,
Robert Skinner of Clay. Kentucky -
A graduate of the Univer- "The Bright Spot on the TraiF

sity of Louisville in August. 1947 .
ATTENTION, BOWLERS! he attended graduate school priorto 0

wk coming to KMI. James E. Bonded n
Pepper Bourbon .
In the Men's schedule Along with his teaching duties. jejj
changing: Bowling League -
Jack Daniels
7 old
| Tennessee j
In football hav- yr. Whiskey
he Is interested $6.65
around, that the lemon Post team
so Day
t Kentucky Tavern Bonded Bourbon
ing been a member of the Louisville . ftm
would not bowl I on their meeting nights, nor the team. White Hone Scotch . . .4$6.15

High School on nights their basketball team was to -.0-- Catto's 12 yr. old Scotch . . $830

4+ play, :.1 slight mix-up occurred. The scholastic Honor Roll for BellowVPartner's Choice . . $4.20

the; last month of the first semester = Bellow's Special Reserve . . . $3.65
AS has been published with Calverts Reserve . . . $4.12


l.;' DATES, which should have read as follows FOR Heublein's a Manhattans, $3.82

. 'S vs R AND R ((1-2) ......... WORK Special !
I lIt.\ FRIDAY FEBRUARY 27 I \.\ A Standard $3.65 Blended Whiskey at
: : \EMCE LAUNDRY vs ADORJAN'S ((3-4)) Open t a.m. to 6 p.m.
" FRIDAY. APRIL 23ADORJAN Saturdays 8 a m. to 8 p m. $3.29
.t. 'S n. R AND R ((1-S MITCHELL'S I

\\11 tt-,:. \EMCC: LAUNDRY FRIDAY APRIL 30 BARBER SHOP Carioca Rum . $2.S9 fifth!
I vs. ADORJ\\S ((1-4) IJ2 W. Venice Ave.
Venice Agency $32.50

\,. "tr. U.11I'I' .H.a.4r.

Venice Bowlakade Women's Bowling League


Teams Bowl On AMc! >s As Show*. Ja

All Matches Start Promptly at 8 P.M.



K Club vs. Nestles ood II tl K Club VI. Finn Hotel (43-.) 11.:1 i
Pines Hotel VI. Sweet Shop
Pines Hotel vs. Sweet Shcp 43.1) Nrstleaood VI. Sweet Shop (1-2) 13..1
I K Club vi. Nfstlfwood
( n.BRl'ACr 19 >)>tie wood vs. Pines Hotel ((1-2)) THURSDAY, APRIL 22
K Club "1. Pines Hotel ((1.21Nestlewood K Club vi. Sweet Shop (3-4))
K Club vs. Pines Hotel U-Ji I
"1. Sweet Shop ((34)THURSDAY THURSDAY MARCH 25 Nestlewood vs. Sweet Shop ((3-4i

Pines Hotel vs. Sweet Shop (11-2)) I
FEBRUARY t8Ii. K Club vs. J tstl<> ood ((3..) THURSDAY.. APRIL 21Nestlevood

k, flub \'I. Sweet Shop 11.21) THURSDAY APRIL 1 *.. Pines Hotel cHI>
I Nestlewood \'I. Pines 11011.1 13.4, K Club vs. Pines Hotel (13..) K Club ... Sweet Shop ((3-4))
N 'stle\ ood *'s. Sweet Shop ((12)THURSDAY )
APRIL 8Nestlevtood THURSDAY, I
Pines Hotel
's. Shop (1'1 vs Pines Hotel (34)K ) Nestlewood vs. K Club /1.:1>
I X Club VI. Nestle..ood 13.4, Club vs. Sweet ((3-4))
Shop ((1-2)) Pine Hotel vs. Sweet Shop __


I IrhJa Bealldi:1 Bernie Potaby
Nita Baker
Lightfoot Evelyn
Helen Anita .
Evelyn KORgler Viroinia;, Jones Mable Surls

Bernice Shanley Olive Wilson Lutrel1 Joyner Clarabelle Earl

Bernadine Dawes Marge Adorjao Edith Davidson Ella Peter

Arita Graves, Capt. Ruth Ku) kendall Capt. Anne Surls, Capt. Helen Richardson Ca11t. _




Alleys. Open 4 P.M. To 11 P.M. Week Days1 P.M. To 11 P4M. Sundays
10 AM. To 11 P.M. Mondays

Phone 2661' GEORGE BOTTS Avenuef'
245. Went Venice

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l ADS to(KJPBI I ordi.nrt.cenu tfi.word.rli I a cent rant ward. >EI .


work for 4 hours Drlrc NOTlrl' I At'REP. taut of VenlM A... mt* i
\fln" Phone Ml C oftrrmsolu : OF
Junes "
> and NOTHfc liP INTENTION .
Saturday, post Ph IIIVenice. I To Ut.ISTER out ISIIII,'.. Guarantee Abstract nlra.MiMorrow
I Otn a Ih a 216, The undersigned HCTITIOIH NAME TO REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME Phone Venice 2>". I
I they are ..... do hereby certify that The underalirnrd do hereby certify that .
iinENING -'d I ". OuipMd to Mm- i n.+e at 2tl .h.ottn. an electric shop bu.'. they are .,tirllnr a tourist park 10,01- 'lOUM IIUSt Fame tuontewdrao.Incluthng .
>..,.nd. "".'* "'to, awed *. FOR H'I 11101.,Ives'under. Venues the A-.., 1El patio TV"L*. "' ,".." 41. one mile south T h.... 81.000. Pbt.M FtakA.la2x50. .
Eilinl And iPWllX fur your ...io"r SALEM I "' :SI'E ELECTRIC:fbrtitkwa Ram .I .., under the flrtitlon. name 15 :
tllackl Edwards Venice By. and that .r
ViN .QMI : 1,41-1,1V sand. term Ie .m.1 01 the DON-MAR-C TOURIST PARK DUPLEX APARTMrNT t'nl..._ \
.,.rrjnUt'ird "r r.rd.lr tw rw.ns h..e names and placer and that mi masMAKiTC.' ._Uaao. witoi,. tire,. new paint F. J 1'V'e Are ,I..nl I.I..II"w".. lowlni iwmini wlinM n.m,. and pines, hxalH,! on water front tale l P"o ,r j
Monet Wl O cl land Stancil and P"lto nr.jL.rh"3'Jan I : FInri.a.Owo.ehip'of'Etch' of rvld.l nr. HIT an llowii 63,50000 A, Stanley t..nn'e nwnw'. >t-
II'UIod. phone III! F.I'trie, .. MupKHn-t E ChomIK'n. I', O. HIM I1H, Kkwuml-l'lw nluhway I _lit
;ua ph .wu.r kdws I I. a. 1..1. Venire, rlnD of tnghwimd: P. O llo. :6t"lro
< n 'K. I'hom""n." P. O. Sun
NORm;: ,Vrir K J. r.lir. to', .
Peel Nave Petrie-rllor. lees F'o.
caturellp.y TANI CLEANING Alxe. Uoed. but '* "Ol1 ( cu.Mi. 1.1. \. Ella K. ...te.. '0'\ Ownership DON. 1It1 i i" ,f .n Highway and water at
SEPTIC ft-11111th-n. MAR-C TOURIST
"be-. Weak guar- l'Ironv h I. tae III"'I1..n I.. apply 10 the Clerk PARK l I. .. foll.w New I'..ml l:",nl..... 10.1! oa F.satr
e rag .
.I the Cln ,., l.iti an li* tMl
11 uit Court In and for Snnwts Margaret E Chambers w .l Pinna Highway J
USED 1'110.11: (l.'h' ..,,..1.. ,.. ?.,,,,? the said name H ChimlHn. 60 tl.50'J.Iran ) ,.1 .Itii Parr at neon per fmifootaKe
otaratufted ..
liana .
Guts W. ... 8.1I"h', nsn UMtt: HKTKIC: under the p".I. It I. mir Inti'ntl>m to apply to the Clerk lam A, Stanley lamrw. esoatw.or
tnttftU, REPAIRS U"i mower, 111......... I' bkorka. swlh P...1..1.I'. .110.. ,4. I. ,I..n. '.I I ho"*" **'", Laws "f Florida 1"1. rji.leworf.DrSIHABIH .
wears washing mas. A" Ir .
e adanees lI'tl.W County. M.ri.l., In minler the weld name
etc. ... sharpened C A. Lamb II no_. oar h.nI. this beSw ,
Ord nf DON MAR O of
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Snug arbor. P. O.IB II.iI F.I. .
[, Trill r Aluminum ) 1111. of Vane*
with loll Asa-44a pruvlitliim of Chapter Ziurj Uw ufrkirMn and re.tilintwl iltM In city : ,
Uon* May. with ... Pula. 11..1 laul tell t:. J. PETER A".. of IDIIWltnnu by owner If InterMted, sunaesa ran Mve -
h.._. Chemlral' sisal toque. dual end kw .weer ELLA E. PETER Raw hnnrii, this 29th day of tlK.l.. AdI..... Box 88. Venice /fadA :
MTS TTT W *tick. rill dirt. trio brakes, dollv. It..u, wk-.h Ore.. January 1114.
fa ul'k Hato. NOTICE OF MARGARET P THAMlil : f.
Cosense ork of >U kinds with Alan r-rrsm nt.krn INTENTION
". LoaM Adorjin. Won 1411. Venice Day Trnler Park homo, Mea 1,1: Smith, To RE.I nH n(TITIOI'II NAME IHIN R. CHAMKKHgPuhlkh COMPLETE 'Ii
-- - _h I'h8le.2..1._ __ __. Hie IInol..I .ntd do hereby certify that i Jiin. Id, lib. <. II, to. 104K '
MODEl, they are "."''""in* A REAL ESTATE SFRUCEBui it.
BALING AiUMtlotii. Button L Jn iv.r, Tractor .. nnanaivr business
Fire Ara ina. Mi. T. K. Dudridm. eabtwa. Conrpbte with moan. ph.w. 0,1.nn der 6 the: Main firtlMus Stoat Saraats. Florida .n. NOTICE OF INTENTION ,* Ra.t5s f
Grorelasd Ave rbuu SCZt Benton and P.I... See II at Edmund.
.- Farms Slid Nukmb Dar) ," fared And that .101 SARASOTA Ilrm I. SUN The undersigned dom hereby certify Luveiinu. FORT MYHIU: AREA mm*
PLANTS 10011. I laced of the that h. It ronductlni a retail liiirilw.nbuilnrM >
oNG, STURDY for Floe 1"II..wln. all vl MOU'lrHMJtT FLORIDA fad-
1wrsMA .hoKt
-- low orlce. a'FTr arid,see Are as fallunat name and pl.resof >t Fnirlewo, Florida under the nt II..,.. Vi beautiful rlverfRuU sales 'I", "
ri'nlliinwinir type hunt. ; fictitious name ofEN.IFWOOD
NUKSCRY. Laurel Cruisers In Built Dar n Ca.roll H. Wllliarns. P. O. Uus 632, CoMtal locations In.hid'woo-
Eelabli.hed 1982iiso It'42. Trnfulln. h brain Venice. Floods.Heh GENERAL STORE ed and uatnpruved tropical bun*. kMdkunpertlM 'I
Tsearel Past Offices Three fad dral" 110 hU".I. and that Mid firm to composed of the I. .
Tight at '''" Chry ter n Williams. fishing loditn ummmmmoljuortunili
C7wwn engine. 2 10 I nduelion ........ Only ice, Fh.rila. P. O. Flux 632. V.n. r..n..lnor pcrvoni whon name and pl.... and Income letup. ImiU e ,
40 boon .n engine Miner of residence are .. follow.!
CNERAL. HAULING, and eontiactln "floe. 8'11.8. Don I'IMIt., v.h.uk.-d.E""I.. Sae.I I., .(1Nnership: <,f Parasols Sun la a> fl L. J. Dun Englewood Klurld.Ooninhlp .. operating Ins maim ranches court.: farms trailer and amps6 Newman halos.. \ 7J
fimk Muck fill dirt shell Had
Phone 5tH. of Englewood General Stun Large Mid small tract of land A. 1 "
Carroll H V. .
Ml. Those !ills. tli'f. h follows
( II II. Send fee
\Mlllmni.. Mlr; complete rental mmttt how-tko.1
1NFVPFNSIVE J. Iton. Role Owner :
-day and --day Alamo, .I.j deMriptlv folder and map of the tnm-
"ededks pa krt watrhn. wrist "ul hr., It our intention to apply to the It In my intention to apply to the Clerkof -trtkiilJI.rKOlT. J
Joit the thing for ooh..1 Clark of the Circuit Court In and for the Clrrult Court In end for Barrios
tarp, ;a.".1... 124 S, crane n. ,lIhln Paraanu K Sarasota lounty rkirida to nic.ter the County Florida. to reeixter the said nameof REALTY INVESTHnml f, f
Your aid name of F.r.l. gun under the Fnulewood General' Store under the
USED: LUMRI.It soh and d.wrs, I'. I, iro\l,lnn of rinpler t'i\ b a, 1..1 provhlfinn of Chanter 20DCS. Laws of (47 First Street Fort Hren.Fverylhlnt r1orfd5 v
Sayan phone 2611. Minda A.U of ml.MitniMK Florida. AMA of I 1041ltn '
tor, hands, this tth day of .. .. my hand this 12lh day of In Real EtaterBata {
USED D0OIt8. ..Indu... Ndh fn.ted I January, linn, J.nuirr 19411. : 1,
and ..1_. Panel attire partition. and lu.... IARROII H WILLIAMS L 1. DEAN: the USUAL and UNUSUAL \
her. 'r.Mer.tetr at v'.""1H ...... I IIHKN: WII.IJAMS Pnbll.h Jan. 18. 11. 10. trio. 6. 194. I : ;
General RepairCil.lal1J1teed _. l'III.IIh Jai 90 hrb. I 13. tn. Id III.

Jobs torn Bodaha Appnulnuitvly its W tor 'I
feet: Made of nuallly, Clark Cneehrt ,(.w GIVE PUBLIC PARTY Funeral services held at 7
C. A were 50' 159' Building! Lots }
Lnmh jut ,
off n.lI.||
? ? Saul ,
| Zeigler & Sons I I, H.rK... P. O. Han 157. laurel. NEXT FRIDAY NIGHTAn the Robarts-Shannon Chapel last Groveland. Avenue; \ 1,1,

Wednesday for Mrs. Pauline Kelly f
VANTEkIN evening of games Including t

07113 Phone 1754 bridge will be staged at the Kentucky 62, a resident cf Nokomis for $200.00

l'MlJ FURNITURE of all kind.. P. Military Institute next Fri- the past six years, who died at her Paved Electricity W tef*.

L. Rains, rhone 2611. day evening. February 13. by the home last Monday night. The Fee Simple! Deed. t

Vcnlce-Nokomls Woman's Club.- Rev. C. D. Jernigan. pastor of the i
Purchaser to pay fo Abstract
I Vernon Beattie will call the Venice Church of God officiated
A It abstract derlred.
o games and Mrs. George H. Cun- Interment was In Madison, Fia '

HURRY.Phone ningham and Mrs. Vincent Dixon She Is survived by her husband. i

will be in charge of the bridge Charles Kelly of Nokomis. foul '

3461If tables. Refreshments will be serv- sons William Kelly of Sarasota: H. Wimmers .:

ed free. Mitchell of Nokomis; Russell Van t ><
Games will begin at eight Kelly of Tampa; Pert/ Kelly or VITHCE' FLORID 4 .

No Answer, Call 2955 o'clock and the public Is Invited. Walkerton Id; four daughters.

Mis Charles McO Roberts Mrs. Homer Ownes of Sarasota:
VENICE chairman. Mrs. Eugene Maler Mrs. E. C. Bass and Mrs. W. B. "f".
co-chairman. Mrs. Louis Siegel Holton of Madison; Mrs V. C. \ '1.
Roof Woik of All Kinds :
U DRIVE rr CARS FOR RENT Mrs. E. Simpson, Mrs. Barry Boone of Venice; 27 grandchildren 1 .
ALVIN P. JONESPhones : '
WlmbLsh Mrs. George Cunningham : and six great-grandclsil- '
: Bus. 2873 Borne 2M1
Mis Vincent Dixon and dren. i

Mrs. Ardria LePilley are the committee '
When Y bu Want A Plumber r44.41
t members In charge of arrangements -
Be Sure That He Is GOOD i Englewood LaundryON



Contracting Repairing != PRAYER' SERVICEAT Equipped with Bendix DeLuxe Washers. ;
Full Line Fixture and Materials
Water Pumps Pipe and Fittings t 4
Operated Personnel
by Experienced Laundry
IKT I Day of Prayer Friday
Fcbiuaiy 13 mill be observed this
JOSSART KINCAIDPhone St Marts Episcopal f'
year ( desired, we will dry and Iron your bundle or any part of It
3601 Florida tHnH I The service which will! be held at for small additional charge: ) ,,
:00 p,m.. is sponsored by lay I I3 Open 8 to 8 Phone Venice 3385
## H#;..,,,,111tts N/NDd ..PFZ / leaders from the Baptist Methodist -

and Episcopal churches. All

: regardless of race or deed are
I'm A'heading For q (
: coidlal!!. 11IItC.to: rartic'pate in NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC '

and this u.f'c! ? Similar services are
Earl's Garage i
'I bh; t vji: throughout: the world Appl:cations can still be taken at the .

on tl..i U;
Service Station Office of Clerk of Circuit Courton
I St Mailc', Church \.111 be open

Phone 2741 ;' from tinuou'ily 10 to In 5.player with someone and those con- :any of the lands that were not sold at the

Of the "John Bean's" Most Modern Method oi! 'pe.'plc who! ro d '.lre, may stepIn PuM'c: Auction Sale held at the Court House ;ron '

'heel for silent prayer tad meditation : February 4th, A. D. 1()48.
Aligning Service that Gives You DrivingComfort at ary time during the
and Saves '1'ires.LARRY'S I Music for the 3 oc'ac'! ( service Applications: can be taken at the minimumbids

will tc riven' by the choir of St. as previously advertised, but must be re-

Mark's.: M.s H. L. MuuJy. w.an-: advertised and a new auction sale held.

Ist and director; Mrs H. Curtice-

Saunders, soloist List of such lands unsold can be inspected

BAR & GRILL at the Office of Clerk of Circuit Court, CourtHouse '60. -

} Sarasota Florida. ,
"A Good Place To Meet" ,

.1 1 W. WYNNE, Clerk Ex-Officio '

BEER WINE LIQUORS Board of County Commissioners,

PACKAGE GOODS Sarasota County, Florida.

,%W-W Trail NOKOMIS: Phone 3127 Ralph's. Rug Slillon Shoe RepairOpp. SARASOTA Publish : February 6, 1948. 1t

Venice Annryl Milchtll BlrWr Shop

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will present Anne Mundy pianist
Service Club .
a, OF THE GONDOLIER Community February 19 In the lobby of the Kentucky
w WHY NOT MAIL IT on Thursday
Military Institute. at 8:15 pm.
The club has been in-strumntal musical culture on the West
x LP NORTH? I I during the past several seasons In Coa
establishing Venice as a center of habeen presented each jea-
and the Interest and attendancehas .
been increasingly responsive.
As in former seasons the net proceeds -
from the concert will be '
Tainiami Freighhvaj used for the upkeep of the Welfare -I'
Clinic rooms. I
FAST FREIGHT SERVICEFree At her recent recital In Sara- :

Pick Up and Deliveries sota Miss Mundy's "amazing per-
formance completely enthralled
t PHONE t'S FOR RUE her audience' She was called
sensational and a real treat to
PARKS & TATE music lovers" She will play compositions -

PHONE :siu by Bach. Chopin Debussy Room Suite 8S9.50 :
MAKC UR n\'F Rachmaninoff and the
modern Soviet composer Khacha- Blonde Walnut Hni h.
turlan I '

Tickets for the e't'nt111 be on
r Valentine sale from each member of the!
Community Service Club as well
? CANDY as In a box office the location of
which Kill be announced at a later -
FOR HER date Due to the artist's great
At success in Sarasota the concert is
expected to attract a large number
c ; TheHEXALL of outsiders and Venetians
i are urged to procure their ticketsin
STOnE advance In order to facilitate
the arrangements being made by
the committee In charge
( I
t f t Those members of the club taking -
i active part in the planning of
Tours for Month of FebruaryTrur
Bargain the concert are: Mrs H. S. Bowden Rollaway
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president: Mrs. H. A Cur
1 Sarasota Tour 2 Sponge Tour Lice Saunders; Mrs. H. L. Mundy; Bed
and Miss Dellena Jelks
Tc ,a' *,:( ,t Interesting St. Petersburg Beaches Tarpon I 829.93
Cy:: Sprints and Tampa: i
t:! h:Ji S;, -a Included $5.95
per person
$1.So I Metal
rfr person I
Tues Thurs sal t I
'Inn \:"J. Fri.tiro. Utility Cabinet

Tour 3 Bok Tower Tour I 818.95: $24.50

N r I lnjUand Double Door.
C Hear Carillons Play
i t Leave Every Sunday al S:00 .V :M I >> 824.50

$6.50 per person BASE CABINET with
Porcelain To*

Tour 4 Punta GorJi, Tour 5 Lakeland!

Fort Myers Center of Citrus Belt

Si T':' "- A Edison! Hom$5.95 per person .1

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: Lake Oke.cliobee. e'r S49.50
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r 52.25 per person j! Based on tim of trip
ij' S79.50
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;4' Tours Nos. 1 and 6 combined $2.95 per person

: Minimum of 4 People: Per Tour

t'.DRJrE.f CARS \ PHONE 30
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10 oz. I'k C, I I Ib. P k 1(. b'
MARVENE . . . 19c PURE LARD . . 39c FLOUR 2 for 33c

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+ 0 T'_I U oz. can SWIFTS PREMIUM 1 ib. un COFFEE SHOP 1 lb. p". CVDAH1"S BREAKFAiT 59

W COCKTAIL . . 34c CORN BEEF HASH . 32c COFFEE . . . 43t SAUSAGE . <

2 tall cans NIONARCII ARCHER HOUSE 15Yt 01. jar GRADE A .

MILK . . . .27c TOMATO SOUP .3 for 29; SPAGHETTI . 2 for 33c fOWL . . 59 Per .,


I CELERY STALK SC Cube Steaks 69c EGGS SSe doz. .



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