Venice gondolier
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079934/00105
 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 13, 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: UF00079934:00105
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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New Venice City Hall v
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sented bymbrough

And Auditorium to Be'I''I:

'Dedicated Monday Night

,,Mesul pf e.n "ovcrcrowd001 -

\lus pretext made last Venice new City Hall, and Civic Auditorium, on West Venice \ "

on k.'!Hilf cf parents of chll- Avenue at Harbor Drive, will be formally opened at 8 oclctk next

siding in the. EdeewoodI Monday right with a ceremony at which Congressman Harold Knut-
I i son a winter guest here, will be the
t cf Vtr.cc. as reported in : +r principal speaker

rei.lt'i Gondolier, two bus Mayor Louis Suter and H S.

on the Eclfewood route In- !' C. of C. Elects council.Bowden, evident of the city ;
yesterday issued a joint
('f only: c'ne, w'"re lr.ii.gu- James Dick statement Inviting the (cnllr'!
this wceL as community to attend the affair

'her re uh of the pretest 1918 PresidentTwo Entertainment;
The program of entertainment,
receipt' :f a caustic letter to be followed by the serving of l

Ye-nan Knti"'"aeh, county local organizations held refreshments. will include a mag-
Ictenaent of tch.ols, by the their annual elections o( officers ical act by Texas Jim Mitchell of ;
this week, with James M Dck of Sarasota Reptile Farm fame.
r of I the pot_st letter, p. L.
The Rexall Store. being named songs by Mrs. Frank D. Roebuck.
;, Etttwood parent. president of the Venice-Noicc accompanied at the piano by Cap-
Scolds Haynes I Chamber of Commerce at a cm tctois tain Albert Stutzenlx'rgcr of KMI.
Photo by Crawford and music by the Venice-Noko-
| meeting last night and Ray-
reproached Haynes Shown
above Is the large auditorium In the new Venice City mond D. PIercy being chosen mis High School Band, directed f
:ting his ccmpkint public, Hall, which will be dedicated In a special ceremony at 8 o'clock I chairman of Nokomis Communi- I by Paul Coldensteln 1

I HayneS' letter "unnecesind next Monday evening, with the entire citizenry. of the community ties a taxpayeis group of that Formerly the otlicers club at .
| \ criticizing both Haynes invited to attend. 1 1 community. Dick succeeds H S. Venice Army Air Base, the new i
for placing -- i Bowden, president for the past: city hall building was moved to .
> newspaper --
111--: -- two years. Its present site several weeks ago 't
E tier before the public. Col. W. R. Grove of the Lychee and had been undergoing exten-

ou&h past experience ; LETTERS To The EDITOR Oichartb, Laurel, was selected sive remodeling under the direction -
rated H jnes in releasing first vice-president of the C. of ot City Supervisor Ouy Cur- -
igh'i letter to The Oon- ,, :: ::nmnmummnnmr.mumu: C., with George Mitchell Venice wood, at a cost of more than $10.-
barber, chosen second vice-presi 000. Former Mayor Clyde Higel
| for publication, "we have Venice Florida dent. estimates It would cost at least

I that if we wait for Mr.h Editor, In addition to Piercy, Nokomis $30000 to build a new similar

i to do the job we pay "Venice Gondolier Communities officers are: Secre structure

jdo, we get little or nothI "Venice, Florida. tary-treasurer, Ed\l'a.d Courtoy: To Move Soon
executive committee, William Bowden said the offices of Mrs.
e, "Dear Mr Williams: Adams, George J. Wlllock, Mrs. Helga Roess-Siede, city clerk, and
point out thkt the "Last year the City Council adopted a policy of keeping the pub- William North, Thcmas M. Wrede, Supervisor Curwood who also Is

Mr Klmbrough admit lic posted on all matters concerning our municipal finances. It was Sr.. Capt. Charles S. Alden, and city building and electrical Inspector -
will be moved to the new
via taken to Improve in line with that policy that a tentative budget was advertised last George Devlin. City Hall within the next 30 days.

i service Is the best proof summer and a public hearing held before Its adoption To completethe The Venice-Nokomis Chamberof

un complaints about picture, it would seem to be essential that the public be given I Anne Mundy in Commerce office will be mov-

ding "were Justified a statement or at the very least a resume at the end of each fiscal. ed into the new structure in about
Recital weeks. The city police department -
year, ThursdayOn two
| wed I point out that It I i office, now located In the
tintll I Kent to the press 'From the end of the last fiscal vear October 3l3t 1947 up to I same building as the C. of C., at
I we rot any action?" the time that I left office, I was unable to get a statement from our I I February 19 at R:1S: pm., the northeast corner of Venice
the Community Service Club willpresent
City Clerk and present municipal officers to have had no 1 Avenue and the Trail ,will remain
: I am not alone In my our seem i> Anne Mundy, pianist, in a
The city
| that something is radically better luck. For that reason. I have taken the trouble to work up a'' recital to be given In the lobby of there plans for to lease the time or sell being.the C. of C. I

I with a school admlnistrat statement of operating I Income and expenditures which I am enclos- j the Kentucky Military Institute building Bowden said. 1

t sits back and waits for ing for your Information. If space pumlts I believe that you would Miss Mundy is well known as a
pianist in Venice, having given a
to call their attention: to be performing a distinct public service by printing It It would certainly whole series of concerts in her OPEN HOUSE II

|things as Inadequate or dan establish a precedent and It Is only reasonable to suppose I home for the benefit of the Red Doubling Its previous space the

i Khool facilities. What InId that It would be Interesting to the taxpayers to see what becomes of Cross during the war The Community Nestlewood Sweet Shop, 310-12 .\ (
I to the '
Service Club is anxious to West Venice .
I do we pay them for, It their money. I Interest newcomers to Venice in theatre, today Is formally open- ;1
"The statement has been simplified to the best of my ability m I Ice cream department. .
> take care of these prob- I both Its civic and cultural enter.ANNE Ing its new
|torus? order to make it understandable to the lav'man. At the same time, |I Arita Graves and Evelyn Baker. .
it should be obvious that l Ii sufficiently explanatory. I owners of the shop, Invite every I,
Hmbrough also seems to to anyone It not to 5 p.m.
s one in from 9:30: a.m.
The obvious conclusion would com to be that tile City'S bookkeeping home I:
that he I Is an employee: of I today for a free cup of
tlnued; on Page Nine) system needs revamping made ice cream or frozen custard. 1\1 '
"Please understand that this statement is my own personal effusion See advertisement on back ,,

POppy DAY and Is not binding on our City Clerk or anyone else At the page) Ik

1 plans for the American same time, if anyone else has a better statemert or In fact any i

i Auxiliary annual Pop- statement at all I should certainly appreciate seeing It [ Coming Events I r:,

i? tale for disabled veter- 'lours very truly, I
Ife be held here Saturday "FINN W. C SPERCENQ '\
*I 21, Wni be discussed Friday February 13 ')
> meeting of the auxiliary 8 p.m.. public party, prizes, Woman 1
Wd it the home of. Mrs. CITY OF VENICE FLA. 's Club In KMI lobby "+
1 BJoblom, on Myrtle Ave- Income Operating Fund Sunday, FebruaryBaptist IS -
[ II Pm next Monday tear Ending Oil 31. 1917 11 a.m., First Church 1
J* without transportation service to feature 22-voice KMI t
Real Estate and Personal Pioperty Taxes:
|Med to be at the Bowla. choir
S23.713 52 }
Taxes collected less discounts Military
I t 1:45 Kentucky
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p.m., or can Rut 3:15: p.m.
7.262 70
Penalties & Interest collected in f'
"" all, Poppy Day chair- Institute dress parade. }
Proceeds of Tax Sales
II nOt -Poppy Day"eont I96583 $38.10172 front of school. -
Road Tax
st Is now being County Monday February 18 y"
ted In local schools 4II2 43 8 p.m., dedication of new Ven- H
11111! be on display In Occupational: Licenses: ice City Hall.Tuesday. y
stores next week. Venice Army Air Field: 2.474 86 MU?
Rents Collected 3.305.00 577986 and hopes that all music- 12 noon, Nokomis circles of
of Mrs. ,
lovers will attend the recital of W.S.C.S., meet at
and talented Alvin Jones.
Wt.theRIATUU Other Revenue: 65300 this artist. distinguished 8 p.m., city council meets, old
Pines and Forfeitures
67705 studyof City Hall.
Fees Anne Mundy began her
Building Permits 3125 the piano at the age of four. Thursday, February 19
RAINFALL Dog Licenses 6 00 After her graduation from Vassar 12:15: p.m., Venice-Nokomis Ro-
y Huh Lw Ir-- Impounding Fees 63 DO College, she went abroad fora tary Club meets at Venice Country -
reported 'm Tax Searches 15000 of Intensive study and Club.
0 55ggg period
77 : Hangar Rent 600.00 travel, making for herself a bril- j.30 p m.. Venice Lions Club
Ptb !t -. 81 59 0.00 Water Works Bookkeeping 78 88 liantly successful reputation on (Ralph Simpson. new president, ;
lib. 80 82 0.00 Discounts Taken 318825 $ 5,347.53Miscellaneous the continent. ItalY. Poland, and and Robert O Haines, new sec-
PeI a .. 75 Ii'J 052 Revenue -- Austria became the fncal pointsof retary meets at Venice Country

,.:Nt 73 : 000 OPeratini Expenses $53,341.14 Miss MundY's career, although Club. 1
teb. 84 000: Total Revenue Applicable to distributed to Ihe proper funds many occasional trips took her to 8:15: pm., Community Service /
0 date 12 W x ThIs Item of $5,13987 had not been estimated that approximately 25 Paris and Berlin. She made many Club presents Anne Mundy, pianist
1 onth'SS at the end of the fiscal year. It Is (Continued on Page Ten) in recital. KMI lobby

1 last temperature summer recorded (Continued on Page Six

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I Venice Bowlakade

ROTARIANS BY :21-3 SCORE [ Men's League 1

Just i for the sake of the record:

r Robert S, Ba>naid: did NOT had lie local) Rotaiy Club to a win I
:ainst the Venice Lions Club In their basketball game on the KMI
Pts. PlanSmittj
ours here last Tuesday night On .i<'''',1111 of because the L1ON&
the 'i 13 9155Eail I
ere winner 24 to 3Nor I
!' II iwence ;
was the Lions Clue I..m-i
d' b\ the Rotariansinasniuttt: \' Electric 8 8606(
KMI Trounces 7 6648
Venice Food
r h' said Lions were on the IMF
Id ef that 24-3 woieNor I Florida Adoijins ". 7 6503
4 wa Rotarian Bound "tnppin ... Military Hit.li School 6 8327N

!> ( .. In the Lions Club giuipnle& Twice in Row a: R ... 6 6603

> you want to U ui Kin,: Lemon Bay Post 6 807S

nd argue he helped the opp siWAXT m IU1L MILLIK Venice! Furniture 6 6100
Venice Laundry 5 8979
RFlfNGE \ speedy Kmtuck.; Mlitaij Iitltut '
\\rtkn Results
\t )(_It'rd.Imt't'linl!, tin basketball sq.md upset .n ..,,01... F Ktardub 11,'(IMd to hall m:lur odl! ,r outfit twice in -..mssion H a H 10; ru 919 2111Vence
'11(1' till LI.UN Club tu |ptav a last wuk by seta-h' I. 'u.'oto" bU 611s 6-4 10.6Rmitty.

return basketball !game In the Florida Militfttj Aoad m51 tc .12 Fn2 414 23841
KMl nun on the flight: of ,18 and 47 tc 23 Venice La"n"I I.y '> 11 4 b64 16.. 213111..01.
'. :!.. \ >'rlruarnin 9
'IUN.IJ.lr'h 4. with Mi) The fit t till was ;Itjed In >
\'. Laundry' 10 6.5 H, 2188lemon
'I'd, be KMI gym Inuit lust S1tur'Jay : \ .
to usel Kr ImIHOI.t'ml'nh Hay I ...tWrdnrja has tilO list :"t%
at the Id: "iwoaj pUt tJtcn ,ion. With a 13 3 skirt
round, at the end of lie fist qua:'et :t Venice Electric 11" 145 609 :U2m"II" Photo by
,45 ill s7e 21ZU
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'was e\.dt lit from the .cgnnli
'Ion more than he did Ills own.lam I Hut the Kaydats wou d have r<' hull >_._ f.btuary.. .. II M420 tna 2'TJHiihShml Eddie Keys leading scorer for the Vtnl ''kcmit High felt,
hey' maybe that WAS trouble disposing: of titer curds: ( ti4j 6151 .".2 Indians Is shown In the atcve picture as he n a leld coil feu
lie it|,a''! I The to rival\ teams foujit -61'eNoIli-- I Indians' recent game with Punta Gorda. Key: allied Ill poU

No !Subs their second buttle on an op n Indians In eight games this season averaging 14 point .: game His
court at FMA near St. Pete,*- '
And he wan'l the only "Iioi'Ian burg. Wind and other unfamiliar rivals In the point-scoring department are lanky titer Hawk ft
In the contest: the entire outdoor conditions hindered the Score4131Win0erKMI"B's" phens who has a total of 60 points or seven ;. :e-half! per M

Rotary team played! without a Vehlce team and only allowed and Billy Hankins, who has accounted ror' In eight! jua
I I them a two-point lead at rile haf.Howc'er. : .
Inplt substitution! The Rotary caught
they soon on
.quad d.dn't have any sub.IiI'II' and vaulted ahead during the lastperioJ I
unless you count Banker "Jim to end with a 47-29 decision The Venice-Nokomis High I New 'Everglades' Conference to

'S Tom Blalock club president. wia, : over their >tHigh <. School quintet won a decisive vii'- ,

A1 showed up all right but disc!',>eY :- : Scorers tory over KMIs Junior Varsity Hold Basketball Tourney Hei

wore street clothes). High scorers for the first game 44 to 31. last Tuesday evening In
; were Spaulding KMI) aid Tyn- the KMI pMnnaslum Venice-Nokomis High School will act L to seven A
An>'wa>'. the "Iamc' was e"- dall 'FMA with 14 and 7 nomtsrespecthcly
It was the first Ve-No-HI \l:, Southwest Florida schools of the newly foiimd Everglades B
'o'td by a n'ar.capacl crowd In the second cameDcuasperib
with proceeds being timid oi KMI forward laded tory over a KMI cage team in so School Athletic Conference" when a basketball amrntltiUi

!: :o \enice-Nckoin High up 19 points to pace the views; cia) years In the KMI gym here February 26 27 and :28

while Spear led the FMA men The Indians stepped into the Principal Homer Mikesell of the ,
School basketball team f:mdPappus with 12.Tampa. bill from an anonymous eoaW
and Earl !Mar I Business College will be lead early In the game manailnj local school who Is president of utor for u in purchasing tin

Louis Pappas and By:on Ear) the next team to opose the Ktv to hold their lead without threat the new email school conference. nament tiop :r'

started for the Lions team each dels facing them In the KMI gym throughout the battle Howcu. and Ve-No-Hl Coach Charley
tomorrow Tuesday ev nli .. the the cadet Juniors never lIa1'lP Oadd conference secretary, yes-
garnering nine points. Other School bailCutKMIs .
I Sarasota High the fight and with Venice In tl e terday announced plans for the FOR
Lions who helped their team tc No 1 rivals. will te guests
victory were: Leland Potts, Floyd I lor the soldiers here and on- lead, 21-6. during the intermission tourney virtually have been completed -

Joyner, J. A. Johnston Bob Thursday, the Kentucky cage men they made a decisive comeback -zMFINI,

j Haines, Carl Wolf, Ralph 3'up. nil) for Jouin second y to Hoiwood tilt with Riverside Flor-- In the second: period outscoring Schools sending cage squads

ton. and "Dutch" Weltz ida Military a Acadtiny. their opponents "jy two here will be: Fort Myers Junior

" ,+t The Rotary "Iron Men, In addition points High( Boca Grande. Moore Haven Open lam. to gOIL

to Baynard, were: Don ;ZOE HATCHER WINS Eddie Keys pa-ed the \\ctors\ La Belle, Alva and Everglades Saturday 8 s m. to 11aMITCHELL'S
with 17 points to his credit, while City
a Crawford Frank Roebuck, AI I
Moremen and Mayor Louis Satet. FROM TAMPA GIRLIN John Brown KMI forwaid, ltd Oadd said lodgings for the toys BARBER SHOP

Crawford Roebuck and Bd\nard TENNIS MATCHTennis for the evening with 20 points will be provided through courtesyof 13J W. Venice An.

y tallied the Rctarlans three enthusiasts of Venice the Venice Lions Club. whose Venice Agency

points each sinking one foul shot : were treated to an afternoon of RETURN HOME president. Ralph Simpson this Burn SHOE REUII
i sparkling net play on the KMI I After a two weeks' visit with week gave the Indians coach a $50
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(courts last Sunday in special ex- Mr and Mrs J. M. McClure of ---
\hibition matches arranged by S. Nokomis Heights, Ruby Marsh
I Jarvis Adams, Venice ;
: TIDE TABLES I and Mayor LcutSuter.. and Ed Hart, owners of the Click!

Ho.ult. s>.iv: (iirh singles resldent'j Restaurant In Fort Wayne Ind., rsiniITy''stavern
VENICE INLET ,her il Knra.ula <.'...... Retry have returned to that city. Also
I.... Tamps *.II: lupine .null*. fill! )
house of the Mc-
(Punta Rasa Correction) recent guests
lira Iky. llralnln, 01.1. Cadet Charley
Huh uI Criger. KIM, 64: mrn'.torks. 8. Jar Clures were Mr. and. Mrs. Lyle
F.I I., Frb IS 26 p m. 9:ilI p m. .1. Adam.. N".nlt>. fralrd I C.pt F:. H. I Mundy of Reading Mich Mundy
va Sat Ft*. 14 ':13 m. va. a m Weber. haft, ..21 .
: a"mes's 40des the owns tj\ electrical supply! firm In I
'ho S 47 p m. ":II pm.S" VI...... Hat'her and Wuhinirtut defeated. .
n.. Feb IS 4 07 ..m, '60 ..m. :\I... fhl. F'"> aid Elubnh Dean ulSura the North
4'in' p.m. II:12 I'.m. I ."la. 6.4. mold d.ubl.. Adams inFo .1 --
l + Mun. F.*. 16 5:Ii.m. IUII. m. detested wrier .
and DMUI .11 junk I Ii
4:87 i.mTUM .ilx l J ull,.. C, Venice
< Invr and Wahinnut 125 South Trail
Frb 17 GIG. m. 11:24. m. dtfralcd llradlry. and Hat..h.r. 6.4. I Letters to The Editor I Tamiami
I:0> pm fulls a m Delicious Sandwiches-When You Are HuM
WI'd. Frb 18 S F9 .. .
: pra 1:40 .m.Th. Trail
..r.. Fib 19 till pm sou a m Editor "The Bright Spot on the
Fri, hb. it 9:81, pmCompliments. .:21. m. I Venice Gondolier!
Dear Mr. Williams: o
-0- /1a Would you mind running a la- tut1|
tie notice to the effect that I have Old Grand Dad Bottled in Bond Bourbon ., J70
not been acting as a Venice cor
OP : respondent for the Sarasota Hei- Old Taylor, Bottled in Bond Bourbon . $7

.q aid-Tribune since last January 1 James E. Pepper, Bottled in Bond Bourbon. SI-

Plastic Age Boat and Venice am news not items responsible for any O'd!' Charter, 6-yr.-old Bourbon . ..
appearing: ,n
andEquipment BOWL FOR that paper? However I am still Early Time Kentucky Bourbon, 58-mo, old. $4

FUN ANDHEALTH reporting for the Tampa Tribune. Johnny Walker Black Label Scotch . ,. $1

Co. Harry A Beech Johnny! Walker Red Label Scotch . .

White Horse Scotch . .. $6-

Distributor of It Pays To Play Vat 69 Scotch . . '
Open I p.m. to 11 ,.m.
Tricraft Fiberglas Boats ass Cinzano Imported French andItalian
1 to 11 p.m. Sundays FOR YOUR FISHING AND $2-
Retailer of GRILL OPEN SPORTING NEEDS Vermouth . . .

Marine Supplies I'l SEE IS FIRST I

GOODS Special Reserve

THE TRAIL And Grill Tb Florida SyorUman SpeeialUt" fifth'D
NOKOMIS. FLORIDA Opp Vtnlct Nokomis Bank $3.29
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Plan to Double

Acreage This YearPhotos ,'

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Adding one mOle enterprise to
Sarasota County growing list of
Industries. two farmers In the
southern end of the county last
4. s week began converting locally
grown sugar cane into a fine
pure syrup.
They are C. E. "Tobe" Futcli
of the Laurel district and O. R. a.,
Curry, whose farm lies about :. ,
three miles east of Venice 1';
Harvesting of two acres of cane '
Wanted on Futchs B-Heart
Ranch a.-f an experiment last years ,','
now under way and so successful '
has been their cane-grow- : ,
ng trial that they figure on l '
planting at least four acres to i't,
sugar cane this year '

From theIr current crop which
matured in about nine months, .
they expect to get at least 1,000 f I I
gallons of pure cane syrup. Both ;.
men believe there Is a fine future ',I
= i w tt In sugar cane growing In this
county, pointing to the fine yield '
they obtained this year and citing '
the fact that little cultivation Is
icquiicd :
In the photographs, four stepsIn I
the Infant Industry are depict- r
tV 4 s general view of the cane field, '
partly harvested The stalks grow
to a height of about 12-14 feet
AT UPPER RIGHT, Futch l is I t P
shown loading cut cane stalks on
a tractor-pulled wooden sled AT ;
LOWER LEFT, Curry is shown t
feeding the stalks Into a power- t .
driven grinder. AT LOWER I
RIGHT, Mrs Curry Is shown 1
boiling down" the cane Juice I
The Iron kettle holds 80 gallon
of Juice, which will boll down to .
We Do Commercial about eight or nine gallons of
Job Printing
pure cane syrup, nothing being
added in the manufacturing process -

Phone 3131 VENICE GONDOLIER 313 W. Venice Ave. I the .top Residual of the matter boiling Is juice taken withthe off
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I IJ -TORE FORirFRESitME NTS 18 tl am..m I' I.Ehw '
J ,
7.3. m P

r I \ by Cliff. 1 Service.Friday Thursday, ., 1',11I. Tonne
Stan Richardson of R and R SEE EDISON HOME 'RI Untllt "''',

l Sporting Goods didnt pull a ten-
Mr and Mrs. Ray E. Dolson of VENICE CATHOLIC CHlIICIN.
don last week while practicing! for ..... .1 Tups inw
Somehow'. we fool The Gondolier has passed another milestone In
Venice recently visited the Venice
fm the Lions-Rotary basketball game. .
1 Us career. Re., L Fl.l.nder. fuMrI
He pulled a tendon In one foot
Thomas A. Edison Winter Homeat
: VVnn people confronted with a sudden problem Instinctively sm Mi
[ 1. I all right but he's not a memberof
turn to their local paper for help In Its settlement and are willing to Fort Myers. The home with
either organization just
: ,\1f.; : accept unhesitatingly the papers reply as being the correct answer
11, well us soila flattening. to happened to be watching the kids Its adjo n:ng laboratories and extensive VISITS LAREDO
'S' } pt" practice on the KMI court one
say the least she cast another glance at the botanical gardens, was Eric Otbcrg of Venice set a
It this afternoon. Quite a basketball
was way:
j huge rtack of Gondoliers remain- presented to the city by the in- cent visitor In Laredo. TemJ
One day last week Mrs. W. answered be player In his youth, Stan just Idly :
to folded
the phone to hoar a feminine 1: Ing and wrapped wondered if he could still hit the ventot liow a few months before cording to a note rccclvtt t

1 t voice Inquire: : There was resigned acceptanceof basket. He stood out at about the her death last August It was the Chamber of Commerce: of 4
the fact In the
"Is today Friday or Saturday?" i woman i voice foul line the kids "fed"' him the opened to the public last November city. He made a trip to 1
a* she spoke to someone else at
Being In the middle of the tedious ,i the other end of the line ball, and he succeeded In dropping : Laredo. Mexico. while then.

Job of folding and wrappingthe i "The Gondolier says today IS I several shots through the I

current LsHie of The Gondo- ,, Friday" Mrs. W. head: her say. noop I
Ier M.s W. knew dam well III Then, to Mrs. W., the voice said E\en after all these yurs,"

was Friday her Most arduous day I Thank you." and the receiver Stan thought to himself, "I guess Valentine
I n* of the week, clicked. I haven't lost the touch." Em-

tr '> So, F.ldaj, she replied with boldened by his Initial success he CANDYFOR
And Mrs. W.. a little mystified '
1 certainty essayed a shot 'with trimmings'leaping
but strangely pleased replacedthe high Into the air and HER
Oh-h-h-h. there was a trace !
receiver on the hook and resumed twisting his body as though try-
of disbelief In the voice on the her folding and wrapping At
Ing to elude an opposing guard
telephone "I thought today was attack on the big stack of Gondoliers while he flipped the ball basket-
Saturday," the TheREXALL
fR on counter. ward. (See photo of Ve po-HI
'No it'i Friday" Mrs. W, reassured --0-- forward Eddie Keys on sportspage STORE

her, with positiveness, as Just for the sake of the record -it was that kind of a shot)

rl, au Stan felt a sharp pain In one

foot as he came down. "Justas
u IN A o though someone had hit my

foot with a rock or something YOUR PURSEWALLACE'S
HURRY he said. Surprised he looked at

I the floor to see what had hit his GROCERYFrozen

Phone 3461If foot There was no sign of a missile -

of any sort. He darted a suspicious -

No Answer, Call 2955 glance at the boys nearby, Food Staple Dairy P

but they all appeared to be Inno- Meats

cent of any "horseplay," Then, as NOKOtf
he took a step and pain coursed
Dally 8 II AM. 1:30 PM
CARS FOR RENTs through his foot realization of
what had happened suddenly SundaY 9 00 A.M. 1:M 4:30 PM: u..x.

1 dawned. .

"As I Imped off the court"
Lorna Thayer
Stan later ruefully confessed "I

just had to admit 20 years in a

guy's life DOES make a whale of Convenient I. .
Antique Glass and China a difference.--0-' to everythingYes

We want to thank one of our

newest advertisers Lorna Thayer When You Stay at the EL PATIO, .

a 360 Retta Esplanade Phone Quinn of Punta Gorda, who ordered Theatre,
You'reNear Post Office
Punta Gorda Fla. a series of four 2x2 ads to r the
I publicize her antique glass and Business District, Beach and Gulf Course.

china studio. Sending a check for TABBY!
r I the series she penned a little noteon

the bottom of the statementwe NOW
A Privilege to Live la Florida MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS
I had sent her. It read:

A Distinction to Live' in Venice "I thought you might like to

know that this ad paid for Itself
H. N. WIMMERSRealtor I
and the three that
are to be published HOTEL

on the day following its EL PATIO

first publ'catlon" """*
(P.s. Maybe all ad in The Gon-

Where the Tamianu Trail Meets the dolier Rgood
Open Gulf could bring YOUR businessresults JAMES H. UcCLTJRX THELMAl

too. Just phone M31 and Owner

well call at your conveniences



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i. ,.February 13, 1848
GONDOLIER Page river
or Roll for the first semester
Clippings list of 28 students, five had ay WoodardWill Funeral Held at weed, and two sons .fiiodie M>*-
[KMI erages for the term of more than hanvof! Norfolk. Va., and Jed:
BILL MILLER 95.00. These included Bill Wool- [Englewood for Mahan, in the Navy based on k
By sey, John Lerch, Bill Schulz, SeekReelection Okinawa .
George Oalther, and Myron Elk- James P. Mahan Local friends of Mr, MaHaa recalled 6

ker at a special assembly Ins Others were: Farmer, How- that It was under htrnipeivlsion l
may morning was 81-year- ard, Juengllng. Blankenship, Funeral services were held at that orange trees were
|7oe Mitthell Chapel a former Adams, Q CraIn, Nicholson Har- Englewood Cemetery last Wed- planted in the parkway of Venice
Ljpjper man who Is now retlr- ter, Odaffcr Allen, R. Dlschler, County Commissioner W. L. nesday afternoon for James Avenue, They later were replace:
and residing la Miami Florida. Schmidt Sllhanek, Nietert, Pro- Woodard of Laurel this week dis- Pearce Mahan, 76. under whose with the palm trees that now
sack, RItenour, Ross supervision shrubbery and trees beautify Venice's main street:. t!
I spoke on one word, the Latin Corn a. closed he will seek re-election In
6AOID meaning 'to start Miller. W. Meyer, B., Hearst, Mitchell District No 3, which takes In part were planted In the city of Venice The Rev George! L. Harper.
and Hunslckcr back in 1924, 1925. 1926. Mrtho-
of Sarasota pastor of the Englewood
I |tt do"r city Siesta Key, and
Chapel a war eorres+pon- -0-- then runs southward to Include Mr Mahan who died In a hos- dlst Church. officiated at the
_, during the first World War Captain Miguel Zipeda math Osprey, Nokomis and Ven:ce. pital In Tampa where he had funeral service. .
of two books gave the and language teacher at KMI mil been residing In recent years, Is
author Woodard
vise and Wormatlwster speak to the cadet corps this Bur- said he will make! a survived by his wife, Mrs. Lydia : ROOFING
left a day evening at 7 15 formal announcement of his candidacy Mahan, who to make her
: p m., during plans Root Woik of All Kinds
In 1
re. their weekly Vesper Service the near future, when home In Englewood: two daugh- ]
-0- he files his ALMV P. JONES
Last week, the Rev. D Camp- qualifying fee The ters, Mrs Orace Christian and
Nelson C. Hoflglns Laurel man defeated Phone: Bus. 2873 Home 2NfVALENTINE'S ,
bell Crawford, pastor of the Firs. exMayorM. Mrs. Stanley Lampp of Engle- ,
published! the 'caucni: :c Hon- Baptist Church spoke In place of: Cousins of Venice for the post I
Captain Garner Rowcll tl KMI. of county commissioner In the ,
--o--- 1946 election. Cousins had been I :

On Tuesday, a busload of ca4cts appointed to fill the vacancy created Saturday t.1.1-i
by the II
made their first trip to Warm of Commissioner -
Bait J. L McAllister In 1945. Till ,:
Springs. 12 miles south of I 9 ,
HELENA SHOP Venice greatly enjoying their Woodard assumed office In I HENRY
GUS and His Country Club Orchestra i
visit to the famous spi. January of last year and said he I f
DR. THOMPSON anD13i I, would run "on the record I have O -- : R.

FOR QUICK. RELIABLE made during the past 13 months. Dinner Served 6 Till 9 i '
SERVICE CALL Republican to Run f

VenicePlumbing 11 In Sarasota, it also was an- VENICE COUNTRY CLUB ,. ,; :
nounced that Francis O Baldwin, I
casual I For Members and ;
10-41 ShopBox Siesta Key resident, would file on Guests Only Telephone tSIt \\'
14, Venice Phone 2153 the Republican ticket for the DIs-
trict 3 commlsslonership! How- J .
e\er he had not yet filed his !
qualifying fee with W, A Wynne, CAKES PIES PASTRY ; i:
I ENGLE'S TEA ROOMON clerk of the circuit court. ,

Baldwin. 63, is a native of Cin- "Bring Your Basket, We Will Fill It" 1 ,
cinnati and a veteran of World FOR FISIIFUMEV' AND PICNIC LUNCHES \ ,
War I. He retired from the presidency f,
SATISFYING MEAL of a steel products com-

2 Dinner 0 to S pany In 1937 and has been a resident L&S BAKERY i iI
of Florida since that time .
5:30 to S:III years. t
307 W. Venire Ave Phone, :1133: Opposite Bank Building i '.
Venice 2486 Await Court Decision ir

I IJ1 Meanwhile, It was reported
County Comml>sloners Otis L. ,
I Howell of District 1 and J. L. Alderman J
of of District 5 are with-
I'm M' Own .r.ndm.w J. Rl.flWhiill ..,
t A holding announcement of whether : :
ID*? km r.lt Tl Community Service Club '
I ok.A 1h... AI.', Mho Prrl r Cixilni. they plan to seek reelectionuntil ,.
c..... Ct A Tlrl __ Ho.i. ar..lrh..1 the suit
CI.m..U.ii ..__ J.rk 8 ,iFrank now pending:
)tl Trlo.I......, C.nerrto s.. I against them In federal court Is
......'.1. 1.04.. lIarb".1II! settled. They are charged by a Presents
Lllhtr "h,14" Set,.. federal grand Jury with IrregularIties I .4
.' f
RvUr A feinted Fllmi Deeloping In connection with priority
\ Per..n.l R>4,.. II] IS purchases of equipment from the
-. R.d.. rti.fr K.nt.li I government
VENICE: H'l While both commissioners, Anne Mundy : : :

ALPHA MUSIC SHOP : maintaining their Innocence of ,
any wrongdoing have asked for ,
dismissal of the charges, the case ,. 'i.
I Is still set for federal court hear- Pianist : .
ing In Tampa on March 16 just
Try A four days before the qualifying
I period expires on March 20. It

MICHIGAN HOT DOG the meantime, they are on leaveof Thursday, 8:15: p.m. February 19th !1 ;
absence from their commission li

I posts, at their own request K.M.I. Lobby Yt'.t
BIRK'S GROVEOPEN Terms of W S. Harris of Dis- ,
trict 2, chairman of the board i'
{ and P E, Buchan of Englcwood Tickets S 1.50 On h,ile Hcxall Store (

NIGHTS who represents District 4. have ,
I I I'..
On the Trail, 1 Mile North of Nokomislair two more years to run. .1riT'

Building A New Home?

| Style of the Month Remodeling Your Old House? ;
for lalentlne'i Day.
"SLEEK HARMONY" RefurnishingA

Silky Smooth Close to the House or Room?

Head Look. I t

CharmBeauty SeeIING'S r.

F -
Salon t : 'J

ZU! W. Miami Ave. Complete Selection

Phone 2S11 of I "

[Household M

and FS

Your Friends Gather Here Lawn Furniture

Why Not YOU? -We_Feather--0-Your Nest

W.th A Little Down"

All Popular Brands i



[Sib W. Venlo. ".., Opposite Theatre I I ,,1i,1I filii II 1111111 11I1I1,,"'K1111317lltEiiz 1II1 I


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In OONDOUSR 1"r/day/ hII--..,.11 ,
Pact Six
UOGLC 1'mrJ&AL.:
1 I I Ir I Horst Cutir, M.Mr. .
EDITORContinued III With the Rev.' George L. Harp and Mrs, F iof
IIII().. LETTERS To The er of the Englewood!: Methodist Lebanon R. It N
Illhlll IIIII Penn,.
funeral have
Fists uiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiniiiiiiii'T Church officiating services
of Mr.
WBILI Page One) for Emmttt M/ron.Hogle, 75. and Mrs T l
from dy
( when at their aroc
11011F per cent of it will have to be transferred to the Sinking Fund were held last Tuesday at. S p.m. home on 't b%
F y WAIT distribution is made at the Englewood Cemetery.A ,
Deke'i Shoe Repair cm OP VENlCB. FLA. native. of Pennsylvania, he' EXTERIOR AND

Neat .. ow Fire 8UUMV Operating Expenses.SI. INT had resided In Englewood for the PAlNITINGWe
AM, Colored SMllw) Year Ending Oct. -
( > past 20 years.Survivors -
A Administration: 14.686.33Salaries Sprays
-. Include the widow, Paint '- ttis
Stationery and Printing 161.07 1.211.03 Mrs Lottie Bogle of Englewood; Individual Tyte 'f
Miscellaneous a daughter Mrs. George Rathbunof -0.- '.'
\\ Fire Department: 2,906.00 Conneaut. O..and three grand line Your Laws PormtM"
X/ Salaries 51.67 children. Spray Painted Now( ,. eded
Gas Miscellaneous. Oil and Repairs 426.21 3,38988 "We Have The Color i


p Y Police Department: 4.56$054 Phone THE: GONDOLIER Tamiami Trail Not
Salaries 941.211 to Communitj six C
Venice 3131.
oil and Repairs
I oas. 869.42 8.316.3' I e''
Upholstering 7ks

F Body Repairing I Street Wages Department: 1.1I02.14 1.268.02Suppllas LARRY'S BAR &

Electric WeldingAnd Oas, Oil and Repairs 16.911 GRILL

General Auto Repairs MiscellaneousGeneral 361.64 11.61U9 "A Good Place To Meet"\

t Stancil & Potts Garbage: Removal 4.389.51 t
Hydrant Rental 1,600.011 BEER WINE LIQUORS .
i' Miami Avenue Road Repairs 225.90 +
Street Lighting 1.961-10 PACKAGE GOODS
Mt. Phone 2541 Cleaning Ditches 229.50 Ic'I
Bath House Repairs
s Center 64.30 Tambunl' Trail NOKOMIS Phone jm
i DependableService Publicity and Advertising 364.30
Fees to Building Inspector 340.15VAAF
{ Water Plant 80.911
VAAP Lift Station 175.76VAAF

WE SPECIALIZE IN lector Station 144 46.96VAAF 50 Inn
Building Maintenance Triangle Dining Room
4 t Chrysler Products Clinic 41.68
Legal and -year Audit 2.115,00 ..13.285.03 FULL COURSE DINNERS $1.00 UP
Unclassified Expenditures 1.29586

t Permanent Improvements and Fixed Assets: .215.00 Breakfast I 11 ..... Dinner 5:31: -1 la
Government Buildings
Road at Beach and to Inlet 6.1121.64 SUNDAYS
Parade around Park 76000 Breakfast11 s, .. Dinners i:31 1:31: ,a.
w 85609 and 1:1' I pm.
< GEORGE T. DEVLIN New Municipal Building
Phone 2581Phones Street Light Extensions 481.00 15,180.13 FRESH JUICES AND FRESH VEGETABLES
at. (Closed All Daj Mondays.
Af } Total Expenditures from Operating Fund *55 063 72 I Nassau Street

CITY OP VENICE I 3 Block Sooth of Bank mow rw
Operating Fund
2633 -Sarssota- 2529 Balance Sheet a* Oct. 31. 1947
AmbulanceService Cash on hand and In bank t 5443.00
Unpaid Taxes 21.12U6 Be True and Fear No Man.
On deposit with I. l Board 115.00
City Owned BUildings, etc 43.650 94
Works Mt 31 Trade in Venice and Build a Good Town. .
Due from Water
Day or Night Profit and Loss 73.17

Prompt and CourteousROBARTSSHANNON Sanitary Sewer Plan 8106.42 17905110 "For Real Estateee.1s"

Unpaid bills 1,743.24 SEE
Federal Withholding Tax 13240
Funeral Home Owed to Sinking Fund -3.8'14.11 -11.50.35 VENICE LAND COMPANY

Excess of Assets over Liabilities Surplus) $73.30075 ROBERT 8. BAYNARDPresident FRANK D. ROEBOCtSalesminaser
a Zrf ELECTRICAL CONTRACTSAND on Hand November 1. 1946 $ '16518
SIPFLIES Revenue collected during the year. 53.341.54

Total available for operating expenditures 60,506.72
Water"t'nlM-rsal'Heaters Table$127.50 Top Total expenditures during the year 55.063.72 When You Want A Plumber Bad
: -
1 Cash balance on hand October 31. 1947 5:443.00 Be Sure That He Is GOOD

Dependable Plumbing
On State Highway at
;b J Englewood Full Line Fixtures and Materials

Phone Venice 2431 1 Sarasota Tour 2 Sponge Tour Water Pump Pipe and Fittings
'Florida's Most( Interesting St Petersburg Beaches Tarpon
City Springs and Tampa.All JOSSART KINCAIDPhone

What High Spots Included $5.95 per person 3601 Venice, florida

$1.95 per person '.' I' ""HlI' Hl"
GOES INTO A Mon. Wed. Fri. Sun I Tuei Than. Sat.

Tour 3 Bok Tower Tour I

Hear Carillons Play

Leave Every Sunday at 8:00 A M .. LORDSHIP?

$6.50 per person

Tour 4 Punta Gorda, Tour 5 Lakeland ,

Fort Myers Center of Citrus Belt
See Thomas A. Edison Home $5.95 per person

$2.95 per person /
Mon. Wed. Fri. Y
Tues. Thar. Sat. : 0 \ '

Tour 6 Myakka State Tour 7 Miami, ;
Park Palm Beach
ufrtditnU luu tIoeIw .
...., ol court! bet also! See Florida's Tropical Beauties Lake Okeechobee. etc. .. "- .,/ I',

Ar goal the imiotifi |LMW|. $225 per person I Based on time of trip .. /, : ;; live where axon
.4f> Md kill Of tXpMWIMt .! Mon. Wed Fri. By Reservation Not many folks haw the time required, or J
the nfgjed. thrlll/D'In./
clad slopes are available to enjoy pIeI'
ow expert pIxnBioiita TWl'i skiing But they can enJoy the Invigorating brands of willi'i
Wry yo. way bring pntoriptmu; Tours Nos. 1 and 6 combined $2.95 per lUre of a rood drink nude from the preferred :
person kles wines rums, aim Una on display aVENICE
.* M with conSdtocv Minimum of 4 People Per Tour

The Rexall Store JIM PONDERS


to' ..m .",
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h ER I wpm= -4
Y: ._

1t, I

Pebr: Mr!'1>. ...Y. f

P" Mich.; Mrs. W J. Slauson Jack-

I Winter Visitors 1| ,son.Jackson.Mich.Mich; Mrs.; Copper Louise Bailey Kettle, irh

-i. Inn.. r OnSiesta Overlooking .

-[Mff Beach seoretaa,, an- Mr. and Mrs. Christophe Ma. Key Club I Beautiful
gee Alder
Creek N. Y.
need the following wcst regions ; Miss Phone Little
Magee, Alder Creek N. x
at the Venice-NokomU Y.; Miss Alice Bray Alder Creek, x 9-1773 Sarasota Bay
,niber of Commerce office: N. P., Jamay Beach. I
ir. and Mrs. Arthur A. Bom'- Mrs. Allen B. Forbes New YOlk
J Shawano, Wls.; Mr. and: City. '
O. E. Sommers. Shawano,' Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Dalton x TropicanaNOW
i,Moss Oaks House. Hubbardston Mich.; H. H. Ritke J
ft. and Mrs. H. O. Cameron. Jr., Louisville Ky.; Mrs. H. H.
edo Ohio; Mrs. Stella Mack, Rleke. Jr.. LoUisville Ky,; H'H.
edo. Ohio; Miss Jean Leish- Rieke Ill Louisville Ky. Noko- 5T
n New York City; Mr. and mis.Mr. t.1,9., t
i'James Mitchell Buffalo, N. and Mrs. Arthur B. Miller !!ri7 TAMAMTRArL sr rwrs u.KJVO I: .
Brooklyn. N. Y., Dike'Mr. :: .
Carol Mltchel. Buffalo, N. Y.; San Marco -- T S/ONl16.CS- r. '
nes William; Mitchell, Buffalo, and Mrs. L H Bourne .o\.o 1- } e
y.; Mr, and Mrs. H. Parry, Plnnville. Mich ,. t \......,. .
Mr. kson Mich.; Mr. anj M.S. Ora and Mrs. William R.
Marchman. Ft. Valley. Ga. "T"'''' ..0 4MM "."'".
old, Flint. Mich.; Mr. and Mrs. Pen. 1'\0 4 9 T ,.
........ ff.. ,
sacola Road. ;, )0 ...iiAr. '""N tt iT.V zyrwcr v'i
Jackson. Mich. Mr. .
A Wright. ; 1 ".
Wilber. Jackson ?fr. and Mrs. R. W. rr .. .r:
I Mrs. Chas. Thoma
| For Your MIRROR Need Treasure Island II i 1't :v/, l:)I X ix
CallBARTON'S Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Fowler.I ..
,. E ,
Kanlsack. Sask. Can., .' \ ,
Venire Bay >I l TM.;:>' .....
I }
Trailer Park. 'II ""
I 11 I .
AND GLASS SHOP Mr. and Mrs. George A. Claik ) l -@# .
hone 31-034 Frultvllle Rd. Battle Creek. MICh..Tribby Apart- ;: q' 1 ::::::::: :;
} "
ments. w .Q:1t v'
--0- Mrs D. R.. Ely. \ ;)
Ohio. '
Jew Mirrors Made to Order. Cousins Guest House ," \" //' cJ7. ,-", I
Old Mirrors Resllvered.
Mr. and Mrs. \ JfifJ
Protect Your FurnitureWith T S Ahern De. :\ F'oJ
GLASS TOPS troit. Mich.. Mr. and Mrs. J. A \: \! 14i
[Work Called For Delivered Simpson. Birmingham. Ala.. Blair x *
"30 Years Experience" Simpson Birmingham Ala., Pear FEATURINGFREDDIE
son Guest House.


Tamiami Freightways One of The Top Piano Players In The Country

FAST FREIGHT SERVICE DINNERS $2 to $3.75 0:30-10 p.m.
Free Pick Up and Deliveries x

PARKS & TATEVENICE Cover No Minimum ,

J JWhere


the Tamiami Trail Meets the Gulf 16 Miles South of Sarasota I ';
At the Original Site of the Old Tarpon Cub' I It";t

: ,

Bay and Gulf Fishing }



Deep Sea Charter Cruisers ,

THE CHARMEUSE Capt. Jack Moore

Twin Motored -- Ship to Shore Phones Fully equipped for your
Comfort and Safety.

Capt. Jack Denison

36 Ft Chris-Craft

Equipped for your Comfort and Safety

Florida's Finest Motor Courts and Marine Dock

Bed Picture Window.
Twin or Double
All Rooms With Bath and Modern, Efficiert Heating.


.". 24 Hours Daily
Phone Venice 2995 OPEN


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:These listings are revised each we*. rrocrams, however occasionally. are changed after we .. to press. FOR E\pFRT: SHOt IIP411 41V.
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06 WSPB-Jnhn. Vandercook and
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W FI.AHu.tJ'. Selection W8UN-Here'a to Veterans General
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WTSP..K<..t..| ni.il Conduct.CiO ChurchWTSP..W.ke NFPLA-ltu'a Selectloni WFLA-8un Oil New
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tLA-dlun Britt Serenade
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ENGLEWOOD SPECIALOffering it Is the ripht of eVery citizen und.."".,-.. du h.rel.y rrrtlfr that
to criticize an elected Sales l Rentll.CovMimt hiv are conducting an electric .h.... b.r-
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I would avoid such vet home .n beautiful rov"nt .t.IOII and that md firm I. nimixweil of Jw
one 20 foot by 50 foot Building row on VeniceAir I ciitlcm, I would surgcst he deI Coastal liK'Htlcmn liirlud! l. 'Impniv following pinona wh... nome and place
Base, for removal to Englewood and put on your own I vote himself to the duties of his >|.wrtl... finking Mini buslnnw E. J Cuter. Venice. HIJu. IElla
i office and purtunltin and Income .' "p", Inrln F. Peter. Vinlre ndll. r
not sit back
at S550 delivered. You can see a similar Building and wait inn motor court. trailer .""'p'. hotel Own."hp nf Vcnlc. Electric U .. tallow .
now i for someone to call his attention operating ranihn. farm. and Kruvn ,iE.
turn anil small tract uf land I A I. Pr1.r. rot:
being set opposite Barter's Restaurant I to what need to be done. complite rental service Bond for frc.dnrrliMKr Ella F., I'rU-r. 50': .
".\nd bother :Mr folders and mope of thin (rop. It M coo. nunlion to Beady to the Clot
Kim- Ira I section. | of the ( In..'It Court: In and fin aaraa.a
For Sale by H. C. CHAPIN, ENGLEWOOD. Phone 3388. broucli likes it or not I'm goIng C.inly. l'I..IIl.| to r,'Kl.Ur Via nut B-e
to continue to protest as R47 Firm Rlrwt Fort Mytr. Florida .1..... of ('h pur 2'IJi'l. U". of Florida.
loud I Ac" of I'MWitn ..
publicly as possible Fvcrythnir In 11.1 F.Hile' ,... our hands, this still d rrtliruiiry If
liinp\pr the school authori- 1V4H ,
ties fail to
protect the health or rLI.A Ji:. PETnt!!
safety of my children and of ll'uhll.hi Feb. I It 211, (7. IB4D

I other school rluldi-cn" DON'T WISH YOU HAD NOTICE OF INTENTION t


Klmblough's letter to Haynes 50' x 159' Bjildng Lots The n card do hereby certify: that i I
INES I are conducting ft nt'WHPMI er btuinct
HOTELVENICE follows: Oroveland J.Vfnue$200.0D .t. VU Main Street Sariuuit. Florida. ...- Y
d Sarasota. Fla. SARASOTA SUN
Dear Mr and that Paid firm la comrHwed ef the :
: foil.iwinv ,.".on. who.* name and rl m* t
'I am always glad to have peo- of ......!"I*.nee are .. follow t
Carroll H. Willi....., I'. O. BUK US. I
ple call my attention to conditions Paved Venice. Florida' l
In school Electricity Water. II..hit Williams. I'. O Bug 53V...
I our program requiring -
Fee Simple Deed. !I.-.. rloriilaOwmr.hip. I
FLORIDA [ attention. However I do of Earaiuita gnu I. u fol ;
I Purchaser to fo Abstract l.w I ,
not like tin eats. The
simple notification Carroll H. William.Htlen .. BO', .
I of a condition will al- If abstract de-lred. WiM'.m. M" ...
It IP jrtcnClerk illta the
I wajs receive my attention, and I oJ 'I t'iriRara .. .n and for '
... -: Presents i shall be happy about It. Mid, n .i ; Fpn <. the t.
:- i "II a out of the office Saturday H. Wimmers ..M .n. o1 Chaplet hews ofF
i : .rhill. A and found lour letter this ,..,,,..'.. our hand. this 2'lh in'Jan or

morning. For your information VENICE REALTOR FLORIDA jury. I14H CARROLL H. nilII\M 1"

hoe\er this matter was brought HELEN 1I'1I.1.IAMS
HAROLD II A USE RAnd I'ulillnhl I Jan HO tik > I::. 20. "'8.
to my attention last Friday morn-

ing and I asked Mr. Hightowerto i

down this morning and

work the transportation out in FIND YOUR WINTER HOME ;

ORCHESTRAFOR such way that the Edgevood bus I

would not be o\'el'crowded. IN ENGLEWOOD FLORIDA t I
"I regret that you felt it II opr -

to give a copy of jour u reccs- "THE LAND OF OPPORTU ltY"I.

sary letter to the paper there for 1

publishing Such actions on the
DANCING 10 Miles South of Venice -
I part of school patrons and on the

part of the paper cannot resultIn On Lemon Bay and Gulf of MexicoI

I any good to the educational

program for the children of yom

Nightly : 9 p. m. to 2 a. m. I community.

I "Certainly'. if you had trough!. OF TOWS CLOSE: .TO EVERYTHING

i the situation to my attention, and "

I had refused to do ary lilug NO AUTOMOBILE NECESSARY

about it. then, I fed you woild' 1

Except Monday have been ent tkd to go: to thj NOW UNDER CONSTRUCTION
paper In the future if you have
anything to call to my attention Seven 16' x 16' Good Hutmrnts
please come to see me, telephone New roofs Well painted On food lots.

Saturday : 9 p.m. to 3 a. m.f [ m'. 01 write me simply stating Terms: $50 00 Cash $10.00 per month $6000'

the facts and I shall be happy to IAII Cash S550.00))

Investigate but do not Uneaten

: me if you want any action from Too 16' x 32' Hutments Can make four roams)

this offlco On 'i-aorr Little Farms right In town

I Sincerely yours Terms: $50.00 Cash $10.00 month (120000

I VERMAN KIMBROUGH (All Cash $100000))

,100 Rooms "rue Private and Connecting .Supeilntcndent"

.. Two 20' x 50' (Can make six rooms) On Business
Outdoor Guaranteed Property Lots.
Terms: $100.00 Cash $25.00 per month $1650 MAll

Watch I RepairingJewelry ( Cash $150000))

Pool Cocktail Lounge RepairingArt
Supplies Olive out and see Englewood Beach -- sometimes called

Courteous Punta Gorda Beach. Fine Bathing Beaches Best fishing to
Service' the State.

R. Barrj Jeweler I\ ENGLEWOOD SEE "KIRK" at J. E, Bartlett & Sons, Inc..

.; Dining Room Open To PublicS South Ave. office, or see John Stancar at his office, or see II C. Cbaput

324 range at his residence In Enrlewood. In Venice see J. E. Barllett-
Sa e
I Member of the United All have telephones Venice exchange.

I Horological Association


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race Ten

MARRIED Anne Mundy Attend the .
Walker. AFTER OPERATION Sensational '/,>
Mae Mary Frances I Continual from Page One) ,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin recital appearance, and was often Theodore O. "Ted" Rose. 8r-
A. Roberts of St. Petersburg became invited to play at the embassies 63-year-oId employee of the Ven- Spectacular, Pageant
} I Hotel, died at Sarasota -
Edwin Ice-Myakka
the bride of of the countries in which she
Hospital last Saturday night
Green, ion of Postmaster and recital for .
r resided and In private
succumbing after an operation
MJS. Harry C. Green of Engle- ,the then Crown Princess. Maria performed earlier In the
wood, at a ceremony held at the Jose of Italy. at the Royal Palacein Baxter Dye of Venice gave two SHO
home of the bride parents last Naples. blood transfusions In a vain effort
, Friday Those from Englewoodwho Tickets for the event may be to save Rose's life. I ..
attended the ceremony were obtained Community from Service members Club or of from the He Is survived by his widow. AMERICAN. LEGION ARENA
Mrs Elizabeth Rose of Venice
yiq the bridegroom parents; Mr. and the box-office located In The SARASOTA
q Mrs. Hayward Green and Mrs Rexall Store. and two sons Harry and Theo-
Virginia Green Freese. dore. Jr.. of Wheeling W. V... MONDAY 8:30::
who flew down here Sunday to p.m.
Report'Voman'sClub take the body back to Wheelingfor

In COMMtMON comMon; with SERVICE Ephopal PropertySale school burial board, with check for same Ray Hake vs. Pat Easter

Chuiches throughout the nation,' CompletedWith being delivered by James K. Kit k.
6t Marks of Venice will hold a attorney for the board. Other
;. 'Corporate Communion" service members of the committee in II ROUNDS
Mrs George H. Breed. charge of the property sale were
At 11 a nl. this Fnntinv. The annual Mrs. Thomas Wrede. Sr. and Miss Mrs. J. T. Blalock and Mrs. Jo- 5 Other Good Bouts .
t; offering for the Presiding Smith as hostesses 40
Marlon hanna Maler. I
General Admission $1 Reserved SI.
Bishop will be made at till serv members and guests of the Ven- The next meeting of the Woman 50 Loge $!5| '
ice. Ice-Nokomis Woman's Club en- 's Club will be held at the ADVANCE TICKET SALE AT B1DGEBS ::
loved: their bl-monthlv luncheon country club Wednesday. FEbru-
e'd i rt4t444444d4444444t44t Club Wednesday at the Venice Country I ary 25.

L. N. ShirlingPLUMBING i Following the luncheon. Dr. 1.WJm..1IJ. J."J'Jl'rJ.m.u lM. l/X: '
Haward E Enders, geologist! wu
i Introduced: by the president, Mrs
i Ardria LePelley Dr. Enders gave \
.. a graphic description of the former \1 r rI
t 1r I. 'tlcuoiul Phone 2793 culture of the Mayan people. .
i A business meeting followedand ,
/ ; All Kinds of Repairs! .. reports of various activities I Valentine's
Est.mates Furnished a were made including the :annual %
games party at KMI this Friday I
; Complete line of Fixtures; i evening t

r ; Pipe. Water Pump .. Mrs. Helen B. Duncan chairman -
s y and Fittings t reported the completion of Day
the bile of the Woman Club
wsl.as r..arirssss .:, property In Nokomis to the county:

You're Invited .


t The

TODAY Tarpon Center RestaurantOn

F' 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The Water Front


Featuring -
A "The Richest Ice Cream in Town"A ,


tike OR FROZEN CUSTARD TO EACH VISITOR 1I I, All You Can Eat $1.75 per person



.t9 BAND (5 Pieces)

Feature Several Flavors, Including Dancing from 9 till 1 Reasonable Prices at the Bar

Strawberry, Peppermint Chrrry Bullrrgcotch. Lemon
Custard, French Vanilla Chocolate -- t-l I-I

PINTS . 30c Quarts . 60c
During the Week Try Our Serf Food Dinner at $1.25 to $1.50

I Nestlewood Sweet Shop For Reservations Phone 2056 Venice ,

I (Next to the Theatre) Your Hosts, Charles and Mary Macatee, former operators of The "Fiesta"



FLOUR . . 95c Pork and Beans . 2 for 27c COFFEE . . 43c BACON 68c per &':

1 Lb. Pfcc. KI'I/G.\N'S n-oZ. Can
Mies NUCOA +
PURE LARD 32c K-P . . . . 49c i 6
LEMONS . . . 19c. OLEO . . 39 per

Lure Can MONARCH No, S Can
SANI-FLUSH Mixed Vegetables 2 for 27c *
i POTATOES . . 43c POT ROAST . 49 per '.
HUNT'S No- tVi! Can t
SalkCorned GRADE A
PEACHES . . . 29c ..'
Beef Hash. . 32c (Halves In heavy syrup CELERY . . 5c FOWL . . 58c per ;-



These'Prices; Good Friday and Saturday, February 1314rI. Phone 3681 .. .. .{ I ,On The Trail, Nok ,

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