Venice gondolier
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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 26, 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: UF00079934:00107
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 26. 1948 ____


City Cuts k


KMI Fee to .

efused ,

:$6 per PupilBy

tIding to an aroused public !
lion, led by fighting PTAals .
the Sarasota County tIt ) \i "t ) unanimous vote the city ,
ssloners last night formal I council this rooming in a special qtr
fused to accept the resigna- M as session voted to reduce the cityI
at Dr. W. 1... Wright as coun- ; I occupational license fee against

ealtb officer I In : private boarding schools from $12

motion by Commissioner | down to $6 per pupil. The red uc.
Buchan of Englewood after I
scussion that lasted less than i I led rate was made retroactive to

our the board followed the a. I) Ian October 1.
er example of the Manatee This compromise move Is the
ty commissioners in asking \ latest development In the city'
Aright to continue as head of council attempt to collect reve-
|two-county health program.or I "
nue from Kentucky Military In-
J. Douglas Arnest acting
kesman for the group 01 I smute.I .
I officials attending the meet- Cut to '800I
I pledged support of the health j I Effect of the will be to reduce -
i by the City of Sarasota.rman the assessment against KMI
Kimbrough, county ,.
from approximately $3,600 per
I superintendent, also ad-
I the county commissioners I year to $1.800 per year. Last week
school board would continue attorneys for KMI had Insisted
participation In the health the school wculd not willingly pay '

m. more than $250 or $300 per vcar
tries Joint Program Whether the council action
Wilson T. Sowder, stateth Regardless of how Venice-No- team when it comes to cheers. Gladys Bean and Betty Evans I this rooming will forestall KMIs '
officer, made a special ap- komis High School fares in the Shown above are the six girls
e at the "showdown"ing first annual Everglades The "miniature yell leader" Is I planned court fight against the
elected by their schoolmates
recently license fee Is not known Inasmuch -
and in effect, urged Carol Tate I
School Athletic six-year-old daughter .
1& County to continue to Conference bas to lead the yells for "dear as Col. C. B. Richmond
I Jointly with Manatee in the ketball tourney that gets underway old Ve.No.HI' Left to right: of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Tate of head of tho school declined to

Its program He asserted a in the KMI gym here tonight Lonny Brllcv Virginia Bowden, Englewood. I comment when informed of the M S
I allon of 50.000 is needed I
the Indians need yield to no other Maxine Halverson, Nancy Clark rate reduction. r
an efficient health unit, and --Photo by Crawford I
I led out that maintenance ofite -- --- "t have absolutely no commentto
I health offices by the two make," Col. Richmond told The a'
es would increase the per Venice-1I3 akka i EVERGLADES CAGE Fishing ContestTo Gondolier.

I cost considerably, us well TOURNEY I Unanimous

I ees n of the success.health program's Hotel Sold toWashington HERE TONIGHTPlay STARTS Start Here i With Mayor Louis Suter sitting

In, all four councilmen Botts,
W. J. Norton, president of I
ManSale _
Brohard and Hlgel +
Sarasota County P.-T.A. in the first annual basket- Next Monday Bowden
ell, and Mrs. O E. John I ball tournament of the recently voted in favor of the resolution'
of the Sarasota High P.- of the Venlce-M>akka Hotel i organized Everglades High School With competition I open to all cutting the fee to $6 It was in-
reiterated their pleas for re- including Its Morocco Room Athletic Conference will get un- two troduced by Brohard and seconded ,
amateur anglers a special
I n i of Dr. Wright and the cocktail lounge and all furnishings i der way tonight in the KMI gym by Hlgel City Attorney M. A.
tth program he has launched. here with Fort Myers Junior months' flshln contest sponsored
,'II of Washington resolution.
to J. Raymond Biasweli drew up the
High meeting Moore Haven at by the Venlce-Nokomis Cham-
D. Coo was announced yes : 7:30 p m and Boca Grande tangl- ber of Commerce will get underway Observers pointed out that the
ve Convicts terday by Mr. and Mrs, Al G.I ing with La Belle at 8:45.: here next Monday. rate reduction undoubtedly would 'yY

Slack The host school Venice-Noko- Numerous valuable prizes will strengthen the city's case should lg

ape From The 42-room hotel one of the mls will meet Naples In anotherfirstround be awarded to those catching the the matter reach the courts, Inasmuch -
game at 2 tomorrow -
finest In this part of Florida \\ as' Friday, with EvergladesCity pm heaviest fish in eight classes. with as KMIs major conten-
(glewood Camp sold through John V. Deegan i playing Alva at 3:30 p.m. the awards to be displayed. start- tion was that the boost to $12
Ing Monday, In the windows of pupil was "unreasonable t
Sarasota realtor Selling price was Winners of these opening! per year per
rch for five convicts who es- not disclosed. : round matches will play semi-fi- the R and R Sporting Goods and discriminatory." In r.

i 1 yesterday from a state road Bell an advertising executive' nal games at 1:30: and 9 p.m. Fri- Store. A grand prize will be given the past there was no fee basedon
crew near Englewood was night with the championship for the largest eligible fish caught!
day The
and hotel owner, came to Venice the number of pupils.
during the contest and a special
today, with latest re- contest between the finalists set
i Indicating bloodhounds had early this week to complete the for 8:30 p m Saturday. A game prize will be awarded for the school paid only $5 per year for
three of the men to a the deal. He ha} gone back to between the girls' teams of Ven- most unusual fish caught its occupational license.Coming .
near Myakka River State Washington but will return here Ice-Nokomis and Boca Orande Eight Types

1 18 mUles away from Mur- soon Meanwhile Baxter D>e will will be played at 1:30: Saturday The eight types of "contest"fish
where they had abandoned manage the Venice-Myakka. night are: Spanish mackerel. I Events I
en car In which they hadh Mis KMI: Officials sheepshead redflsh. snook < ro-
Mrs. Slackthe
Principal Homer E. Mikesell balo), speckled trout, mangrove
for Evelyn Stearns I who had person- Coach Charles Oadd of Ve- and kingflsh
the two others swung and snapper, grouper, Thursday February 26 +P
i section as Chief of Police ally managed the hotel since she No-Hi who also are president and Fish must be caught between ;
Pestotnlk disclosed that purchased it in October, 1941, secretary, respectively, of the conference Midnight Pass on the north and 12:15: pm., Rotary Club meets.Venice ,

autos had been broken Into said she and her husband prob- announced that KMI I Knight Stump) Pass on the Country Club. '
last night coach Eddie Weber and CaptainEd of the 6:30 p.m., Lions Club meets,
one parked at the ably will continue to reside In south, or In that portion
club and the other on the Scales will officiate In all Myakka River lying within Sara- Venice Country Club. +g,
ml trail. Venice games during the tournament. sota County 7 30 pm. Everglades confer- ,
i three convicts, all shackl- More than 65 players will com- Entry Blanks basketball tournament starts
[who escaped pete In the tournament, which will ence
yesterday morn-
Stan Richardson, chairman of in KMI : Ft. Myers Junior r
Were PERMITS TOTALING settle the "small school" basket- gym
reported to be B. O contest
C. com-
the C of fishing
for the south- Moore Haven La Belle
GUilford ball championship High vs. ;
Sarasotan aerva ISSUED FOR mittee, announced 50-cent entry
life term as an habitualal $38,500 western part of the state. fee blanks for the tournament vs. Boca Grande. i"
al; Robert Thompson servo SIX NEW HOUSESCity Observers who have seen all of which will run from March 1 Friday, February 27 ,
have spotted
years and Joe Norris 16 the team in action Two) through April 30 may be obtained 2 p.m., KMI gym basketball.
The other two, who fled the Supervisor Ouy Curwoodthis (Continued on Page at: Tarpon Center. R and R Venice-Nokomis vs Naples: Ever- ;
ODd camp :yesterday after- week announced issuance of Sporting Goods Point O Palms glades City vs. Alva ?
were listed as Ray Crego, building permits totaling $38500 Chamber of Commerce Rexall 7:30: p.m., KMI gym two semifinal -
18 month from Sarasota covering construction of six new PLEASE NOTICE! Store, Mitchell's Barber Shcp basketball games.
ty; Charles Krullk. 23 years.WeatheR Venice homes. Taylor Hardware Nokomis Grocery Saturday February 28
Starting this week, The Evans Fishing Camp orSmitty'
built at ,
Three houses are to be bas-
7:30 'p.m., KMI gym girl
the corner of Granada Avenue Gondolier will be published on Tavern. ketball game Venice-NokomIs vs.
I ITUaE and Park Boulevard by William Thursdays Instead of Fridays. Welch-In StationsAt Boca Orande

Pearson with their approximatecost New deadlines 'will be as follows a special meeting yesterday 8:30: pm., Everglades conference -
set at $20,000.A ADVERTISING the committee also designated finals
RAINFALL $6.500 permit covers a house : DISPLAY three official weigh-in stations: Monday, March 1
High Low lashs being built at 209 South Harbor 5 p.m. Taesdays. NEWS Tarpon Center, R and R Sport-

lY reported ?.H........... 059 Drive for Finn and O. W. Casper- ITEMS and CLASSIFIEDADS Ing Goods, and Point O Palms iliary 8 p.m.meets, American at home Legion of Mabel Aux- '
Feb. 20 80 119 0.00 sen. Another, for $8000, was Issued 5 pmednesdavf.. I In addition to Richardson the Surls Ponce de Leon Avenue.
Fsb. 21 _. 80 81 0,00cb. to J. C. and B. C. Garrison operation In getting committee is composed of George
southwest Your Braswell and T.' 8:15: p.m.. Epiphany Guild pub-
22 'l'l for residence at the Mitchell, M. A. ,
80 0.00 a
Feb and Gra- copy In on time will be appreciated lic party, Pines Hotel.
23 _. 80 118 0.00 corner of Valencia Road M. Wrede. Sr.
Feb. 24 79 S3 0 O. nada Avenue. The last permit Issued I (See advertisement on Page 2 All day (through Wednesday)
: 25 80 54 0.00 to J. A. Hurt, was for a $6.- for contest details.) Red Cross drive.

date tills month ._.. 083 000 house at 236 Pensacola Road

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I 'page Tw" VENICE: QONDOLIEHI Thursday, ppb nary 2teu



Kentucky Military Institute' basketball squad '
1048 season with four consecutive wins all 'on foreign wound U
close martins. Sole KMI loss during-the season courts antes
defeat at the: hand of Sart. ota High earlier defeated was ]last ?WJL' lit-y
BasketballContinue LA BELLE HIGH ..sCIiOOL'RotIter dets. 61-40. thil Kiy

Numbet On a four-day trip to the East
Venice BowlakadeMen' ) .. .-10 coast last weekend the Blue and --
( t from Page One Bobby Townsend DAUGHTER BORN
Edward.Townsend ... 9 Gold quintet defeated RlverslBe
League the Naples "Oolden Eagles" as favorites Billy Watson .......... ... 1 Military Academy 3227.Ponce' A six-pound, nine.ounced ;

to cop the champions!',', Joe Taylor ..... ........ 6 de Leon 01''Miami.. 43-41, .and ter was born February 23
Rasmussen 4 Redlands H. 8. 01 Homestead 43- at line
STANDINGS Coach Ernie Hall'i boys from Douglas Bernard Ballard 11 38. St. Leo of Tampa fell Mon- sots Hospital to Mr. alld WI1,
down the coast have won eight 3 day. 39-37. D. McCracken
Burchard of
Forrey Laurel
Pt!. fin* ,
games In regular season play losing Olan Messer a The Kaydets easily took RMA

Adorjan'i ..... 14 10927 only two. Earl Messer .. 2 and Redland In their stride -
Venice Furniture 14 12898 The Ve-No-HI 'Indlani." witha James Luckey 12 having played end defeated them

Smltty's 13 lUll season record of nine wins and TEAM NICKNAME: "Bulldogs" both before. The two newcomers TIDE
R&R 12 13307 for this season. Ponce de Leon TABLES
three losses and the EvergladesHigh TEAM COLORS: Red and
High School 12 12.752 and St. Leo. held the Soldiers to
Venice Food. 11 13323 School "Oatoriwith eight White. a'narrow'two-point margin. VENICE IVUl
Doris His-
Earl'i ... .... .. 11 11322 victories and three defeats also CHEER : I Johnny DeOa..s eris. Kaydet Punta
ler. June Nobles Dora Steward Raw
Venice Electric 10 12.862Venice have a good chance to take the Ramona Ooff forward paced his basketmen in Correction)

Laundry a 11,204 title. Optimism of local fans Won 8 Lost t. three of the games racking up 21 High' In
Lemon Bay Post ... a 12277 I out of 39 points ,In the St. Leo Thur. FA,
WEEKS' RESULTS however, was dampened by the COACHCltude: WillIams. match. DeSibour and Kelly led M :U &s S'llta
Friday February itVrnlr fact the "Indians"* bump up MANAGER: Roy Moon. PRINCIPAL the hosts with 10 each: Redlands'Grfe t:K 1... ':11..
laundry 722 tel 140 2125 : Earl B. Huber. In Frb 27 1:41 &... I 41'a
against the favored Naples squadin pulled points to Johnny' -
Vnk)01" __
140 1008 J 22 2178 1:661a. '
lni-lulinic handicap 90 pin/ first-round play.A BOCA GRANDE HIGH SCHOOL 23 In that game. Friday evening Sat, rtb 21 I:41 a.. :lIta
K a R 135 T02 124; 2101 complete list of the urlotiseajns 8 points gave honors to 1:11 ON. 1'lIT', y
Aiturjun'i __._. '41 754 7ilniluilmir 2tU I Roster Number Peterson and Gibson of Ponce de Eun. Frb 20 4:52 &... ..UuMl
handicap H pirn IMonday. ; etc., follows: I PhlllD Bell 5 Leon, but DeOa perls led his team 1:41 0.., it:n *

February 13K EVERGLADES CITY Thomas Cannon 8 with 17. Mint, March .:18 ,III. 1.41 ii&
a II .. __, 740 039 100 252 HIGH SCHOOL Merle Fulton 1 In the first of the four games. 0M.Tue. tinA
km"n flay Post 791 727 711 2I9llnctudinv Jerry Harrison 7 Bill McQuade. also a KMI forward ... M.rrh-i ':44 1n. IS:MiaMl
( handicap 270 pin.v.nire ., loiter Number Jesse Joiner 3 led the Soldier squad with W.-d.. March 4:661in. !.
Venice Electric Furniture 67.071 60u Tao flU 724 2"77 1122i Robert Bozarth .. '" 26 Wilbur Langford "6 14 points while RMA's Hayman Thur., Mir, 4 i: I stn.. IHiaComplimenti *

i including handicap 54 pineWednesday. / Thomas Bridges 20 Ted LeRoy .. J took honors for his team with Joist

February 22 Richard Bonard .., 24 Darrell Polk 4 hajf that amount. -0 _

Venice t'uud __ 771 Gus 760 2220H.uh David Ko.'fman 18 TEAM NICKNAME: "Tarpons. --
S"I 'u_ 774 b06 suit 2250I Horace Parker 10 Won 4 Lost 4, INDIANS: WIN
I Including handicap 90 pin.I Huoert Hill 22 I MANAGER: Don Mickle. PRIN- In a game played here last OF

'onopilr4 A\'F.IIAtEI by Marione Ad.jan. Robert Griffin ... . 19 CIPAL: James Garland. Tuesday. the Venice.Nokomis
.... Leagut S.er.tuyl William Freeland 14 High cagers defeated Punta Oor-
Richardon R & R 171 Donald McKinney 12 VENICE NOKOMIS da 3615. The Indians' season's Plastic Age Boat

Jones. Venice Food 171 Thomas Crews 28 HIGH SCHOOL record is nine won. three lost. In
Burkett AdorJan' .. 170 TEAM NICKNAME: Gators." Roster Number the preliminary the Ve-No-HI andEquipment

Nave Eatl' ".. .. ... .. ... .. 170 I CHEER LEADERS: Jean Free- Green Gold girls lost to Punta Oorda. 4113.
Jas-sart. Venice Laundry 469Laniuo and, Betty Jo Sommons Marjorie Eddie Keys 64 20 Co
Harry Lanius 62 22
R & R ', ,, 167 Evey.
O. Curwood, IImitty's! 166 Owen Conway 60 25 li Payt' Tto PUy
Wheeler Earl's 159 Won 8 Lost 3. Glen Stephens 69 21
J. MANAGER: Alex Dewar. PRIN- Billy Hankins 67 29 Distributor of
Oakley Curwood Venice Smitty'Laundry '158Deroche 158 CIPAL: R. M Gough..U'A Ralph Adrian 61 28 FOR YOUR FISHINP AND Tricraft Fiberglas BotliRrtailrr
Darrell Landis 66 28 SPORTING NEEDS.
Smitty' .
Brobt, Vence James Franklin 60 23 ef
: Furniture 155 SEE US FIRST
Reiter Lemon Bay Pot 151 Roster Number Andy Malanca 65 24 Marine Suppliesand
Adorjan AdorJan's 150 John Conners 1 Ronald Lee Smith 63 27 R&RSPORTING

4 Koogler Venice Electric 150 Joist Williams 11 TEAM NICKNAME: -Indians"
.i Williams. Venice Food 150 James Forrester Hall 10 CHEER LEADERS: Virginia Equipment
Keys. High School 149 William Wightman 9 Bowden Lonny Briley Gladys GOODS

Brohard. Smitty's 148 Freddie Edwards 15 Bean. Betty Evans. Nancy Clark Tht Florida Saortaman'i SpecialistOpp. ON THE TRAIL
Weltz Venice Food 148 Ray Douglas 12 Maxine Halverson.Won V..," Nokomis Bank
& Leger Earl's 147 Jerry Daniels U 9 Lost 3. NOKOMIS.: FLORIDA
Kuykendall Venice Laundry 146 Roy Dodd 5 COACH: Charles R. Oadd. Phone 1131

Peter Venice Electric 146Wolf. TEAM NICKNAME: "Ram- PRINCIPAL: Homer E. Mikesell. -

Venice Electric 145 hiers" 'Y :'. ':; -=; .. _. -
:MacK, R a R 144 X tt ,
Adrian. High School
Truman Marian Truman Barbara
Devins. Adorjan's 143 Barlow. Jean Conner, Aimed VENICE.NOKOMIS
Perllck. Smltty's. 142 :
a Cochran.
Larsen. Venice Laundry 140 Lv
Stephens. High! School 140 Won 1 Lost 5.

Fenton. Earl'i .. 139 COACH: John Hart. PRINCI-
Lewellyn R&R 139 PAL: M. R Stroua I "FISHIN" CONTEST

Dietrich R&R 138 !
Archer. Venice Food 138
Nelson. Venice Food I SCHOOL

I. V. Blor eth. R&R 137 136 Roster Number MARCH 1st THRU APRIL 30, 1918

Earl. Earl's 136 James Booth 17
Dalton Venice Furniture 136 I Desso Tanner J4 and Old
J. C. Blorseth. High School 136 Mort Woocb-on 12 m Open To Everyone Young

Hod ln. AdorJan's 134 Tom Powell 3
Surls, Venice Furniture 1'4 Van Hough 6 t}, CONTEST RITES 3-Point O1 Palms
Babcock. Venice Electric 134 Warren Wiltshire 1 and prim
15 !! Any will be announced
person licensed Winners
Magers Lemon excepting commer.
Bay Post 130 of
Roy Lashley 5 cial I fishermen awarded within one week after close I
Smith High School 1211 operators of fishing boats
Walter Davis 9 m of the JU ,eli
Briley. Venice Laundry 129 Robert Powell 18 I for hire and members of their Immediate contest and the decision
Long Lemon Bav Post 128 Don Pope 10 families shall be eligible to compete In will be final.
Haines. Venice Furniture 124 contest by properly registering at any of LIST OF FISH ELIGIBLE FOR PRIZES
McCracken Adorjan's 123 : 'Ripples. : the following places and by payment of Mackerell
Hemphill. Venice Furniture 122 Won 3 Lost 4. i 50c entry fee: Spanish
Taylor Venice Electric 119 COACH Paul Monnett. MANAGER 1 t Bait Casting Reel and Rod
Jonas, 'f I -Tarpon Center tards 25-Lb. Nylon Line.
Lemon Bay Post 115 : Guy Hubbard. PRINCiPAL 2nd 50
Pettis Lemon Bav Pott .. 114 : Philip E. Walker, 2-R & R Sporting Goods Shrxpshead
Glascott, Lemon Bay Post 114 3--Point O' Palms Reel. 891
NAPLES HIGH SCHOOL I 4-chamber 1st Ocean City (Salt water
/ of Commerce 2nd 100 Yds. 27Lb. Linen Line
Roster Number ,. 5--Rexall Drug Store

Alton Hatcher 16 6-Mltchell Barber Shop Redflsh
Donnie Vickers 12 m 7-TaYlor Hardware 1st Coronodo Surf Rod
Donald Salter 2 2nd Pair Bernard Pliers

MuJJis Thornton ? _?....?. 3 (t)I Nokomls Grocery Snook (Bobalol
Hartley Hicks 7 I [! 9-Evans Fishing Camp salt Reel. 8.:!OI
1st Ocean City Wlterul
Parker -Smltty's
Billy 10 I Tavern neI
..q: Loran Rufus Smith Townsend" 4 1 ,: re(1( fish with' must bamboo be caught Pole with rod and 2nd 50 Yds.Speckled 30Lb.Trout

Henry Bennett 6 "snitch hooks The use o' 1st Jamaica Boat Rod
Charles Hicks I j any similar device spears Is prohlbite nets harpoon or 2nd 60 Yds. 30-Lb Nylon Line

TEAM NICKNAME: Golden Mangrove Snapper
BOWL FOR Eagles." j bounded Fish may on be taken from any waters 1st Bait Casting Reel and Rod
CHEER LEADERS the north by Midnight Pass.
: Toni Benson Bucket
Metal Minnow
on the : -
FUN ANDHEALTH Joan Ozler. 1'1 south by Knight Stump) Pass
and that Grouper
part of the Myakka
Won 8 Lost 2. River lying
COACH: Ernest Hall. MANA- j within Sarasota County: 1st Pair Ike Walton Hip Boots Line

GER: Paul E. Oyers, Jr. PRINCIPAL Weight only, shall be the detcrmlnl-- 2nd 50 Yds. 60-Ifc Linen

: Ernest Hall.MOOR.E factor In awarding. prizes and a contestant Kingfish
Alleys Open 4 p.m. to 11 pm. shall be Tackle Box
to receive only one award. 1st Mahogany
1 to 11 p.m. SundayS HIGH SCHOOL In each class. 2nd Gaff Hook the

Roster NumberJimmie Fish must be presented and. ..recordedat A grand prize will be awarded contest far in

GRILL OPEN Click .-_, ......."...... 7 one of the following tatlons withIn largest fish caught during the
7 ajn. to 11, pjn. Wilson Cason ..... .. .. .... a 12 hours after being caught any of the abOve group. andITaJ'pon
1 to 11 pjn. Sundays John Brannon _. ,.?..._..' 9 : A special prize Bait castlhnrmost un2R' '

VENICEBOWLAKADE I Edward Randall _, ,...._ ... 10 Center Rod. will be awarded
Glen Hutchinson ... ......_._ 3 & R Sporting Ooods usual f caught.. .
Tommy Cook _._..... .2 e
Idral Bowen ,... ,_ _M 4 SPONSORED BY

And Grill Don Farnum .... ...?.."_ .... 1 Venice Nokotoia 'Chamber 6f Commerce

145 West Venice Aye. Won 1 Lost 4. .
COACH: John Semage VENICE, UklDA
CIPAL: U. X: M0IT1_. 1'RIN-j I "

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February 26. 1948


[Winter Visitors 1 1rT1 I| boro.Charles Vt., Clayton H. Perkins J. Walter. Brattles-Brat- Amherst.Mrs. A. F.Mass.Walthews, COb'by Apts. --NEED--PRINTING'!'a1l8 TI1ret

tlesboro. vt. Tarpon Center. N. Y., Mr. and Mrs. C. New R. douse York! 'I Venice Bowlakade ]1 Phone THE GONDOLIER,

> Beach secretary. an- Dr. A Artlnlan. Annandale on Columbus, o, Mr and Mrs John Women's League
Hudson. N. Y.. A Sclller.
Copper Kettle Inn. Columbus 0., Tarpon
ced the following regtlons :- .
Mrs. Center
M A. Sccod. I
at the Venlce-Nokomls tarlo Can.. Miss L. Bo, nlee. Mr. and Mrs. John S. Beiorre STANDINGS .
ber of Commerce office: Montreal Can.. Mi,. C. R. Byles East Orange N. J., El Patio Hotel ru. I'll's I IPlnt.s
Mr. and Mrs. Louis C. Hayes Hotel 11 -j:., ,
N. Attleboio. Mass.. Nestlewood 11 7_ I
Ur Sweet Shop 7 tun IXI'.III': ,Hot n. "AIII I.. 1,
YOUR PURSE Mr. and Mis. John B. James, K Club 3 fi5j, /Pp.Ralph's nIl. Sioe! Repair
ShafUbws. Va, Thursday, lebiuarv 19 i'I V-1,1- .I".Ii".. "\KAKUTA.
WALLACE'S GROCERY Hotel Vinezia A. Mill i h..I II!' l>,,h.. Mop
Max M Goidon. Malden Masc.. K Club 640 684 499 172 '

rozen Foods Staples' Dairy Products Conrad Berman Maiden. Mass. Pints Hotel 693 COO 005-195' I ISweet i i I 1 1i
Mjlr Baker Malden, Mas*., pm!.. Shop 522: b21 8i3 nil !' ('TTMI NV
MeatsT.m.11 Hotel Nestlowood 010 59B 602 18111 : O ;Mt

: TRAIL NORTH or M-. and Mis W. E Garbs AUIMC.FSI'ompilcd : 0Tl IPMXKI
NOKOMIS ( by1..1'.1.: .\clcirJ.iICUKUC ...
Daily 8:301.. g.ao: p.:>|. Madison Ind. Worthington Apis. Sun-Uni 1 GULF

Sune!." )::00 AM.: 1:00 P.M.: t:1a: Mt.: 7:-o j.MtI 1 Mix,. Wm H suable and Bili! (> Elianky. N.leiooc| 138 !
Fl Thomas. Ky. V.'nczia KOI)..!I'I'. Pines Hotel 13J |I Thcatl'
Hold Burls, K Club .. 133Rlnt.o. I ,'
Mr. nil Mi-. Charles Q Klnix- Pines Hold ;129 : ; t
buiN. Adams Mass. Adrian La n ins. Sweet _.
Shop ;126 1 "I''I' "
: 2
I 1SAY'AVEYOU Cun: Beaudin Ncstlcwood ;123 !..\ (IIfh'e fI.t'l1 fc I'.MUi'di ; .
I Kusk'ndall. Pin,' Hott-l i iIh 1i3Adotian. :
[ SEEN % 15LORDSHIP ; 2633 -Sarasota2529 Pines Hotel I).us:
221 llo' \ ()fil('" Opi-ns 7::SO I'M
? ..... I Phones POlaby. Pines Brlt"1 ;M.illnocIhursiln
I fluke Sweet Shop! 119nlchardnn. !) 'J 11I1I"d..v and 'ulld.IY. 2 11.11.
Sweet Shop 118 I
Ambulance --- () ------ '
: Earl !
Sweet Shot 11t] '

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Nestleaood I16 { : KUIIMOKM>
I Day or Night O\'ldson.: K Club 1':1Da'rs. : nit; r.ouiJv-M\nt! ,
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15rllnlpt :mil ( ;tlurteolisROBARTSSHANNON' Cm'ooSIVI'et shop; 10J: Shirley Temple
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Funeral Home I Llrd1lfoot. K Club 10 3 I ltlnu.ir\and s.itunliv 27-28
I Jones K. Club 971 Ill J) STALLION
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A few folks gain fame as flic-pok =|it' A lim' d ( "Spun' ? Iv :at theE Sunday. -and :Mnnda\
iwjp of others gained fame as vintner: and di.'111 )f wi( 1- February 2' March; I
icrful aloes. brandies, gins and whistle for otheB'eve : ti njiy \ :\\ cnvUDiromuM TII"OS'T UHIHIMh: : l l1)
got their fine products here at Susan: Hatward. Kiibrrlnun
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with my lite your right to say It.''-VOLTAIRE LaP 1t ,'':,;p.tJ.d., IthooL 11.4

Published every Thursday. Editorial and business office, 313 West I C.... Church sank, ,.
Venire Avenue Venice. Florida. P. O. Box 632. Phone Venire 3131. FIRST -
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HI No. MKkiM Ara:.CMciio I, Ill.OFFICES.Holbrook Hd| .Sin Fimlscl.Oil. is Zr2 ? Cvenlnit Morning\0 a n.,W.rvlr g"od a ..m.(.h.BTD.II.: II

5731 Grand Cinliil! TwmiMl! BUf! Nix'" York, N.Y. 301 Whili Ildi. Seattle 5. *.
Entered as itcond-cliil matter June 6, 1946 tt the poll office LEAP YEAR ST. MARKS-EPISCOPAL
tWmc Florida, under the Act of March 3. 1879. CHURCH
Riviera l St. and PaJ.r.o
Subscription; rates: Ono year, $2.50; six monthi $1.50; 1>,. Lmnard: W L Ito4" ply.
months, 75c. Classified, advertising rate 2 cents per word., th'1 -Ii---------- Priest 10 Chars,

words; 1 cent per_word for each additional word. LETTERS To The EDITOR $41 II ...a.m.... Morning eo -oa"*r"I..y..

CARROLL .. Publisher
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HELEN WILLIAMS Office ManagerShop Vents AYMWRe
HOWARD BRILEY .. Foreman Venice Florida Ttyor N. C. .. C U. Jtrn.no.. pique
B. E. "Sarte" BOWES .. Advertising Mr. Carrol Williams I Mr. Carroll Williams. 1\ *..... Sunday Preaching Shoo.
Editor. Venice Gondolier Editor, Venice Gondolier Lao p.m. Phl.,
Thursday. 1:so M. Toots P
Dear Carrol Dear Mr. Williams. f.
A GOOD ORDINANCE Friday, ,., r>.m. "'n"ll..p,.",
In jour article appearing In the Enclosed Is check for $2,SO covering -

People] who are fond of dogs, and parents who love Gondolier under the date line of my subscription to Gondolier VENICE N. MI CATHOLIC it Tamps AwnVfnlci CHURCH

their children alike will express their approval of the February 6th. and 13th. In whichou to Feb. 20. 1949.
inoculation" ordinance awaiting final brought Mr. Yarns Kim- You are making a food paper. Roy. C. L. EMifilir Puts
"dog: now : passageby y ( im Ms ..
You seem to "fit' into the community
the Venice city council. brough our County Superintendent -
first rate. I !like your progressive -
For both dogs and children are the favorite victimsof of Public Inst. to task for spirit and disposition Co

that terrifying disease rabies. And vaccination of allowing a crowded condition to call a spade a SPADE on occa-

dogs not only is a major step in preventing human beings exist on the Edgewood bus.I 'sion as warranted. More power to

from contracting rabies: but protects "man's best friend," am of the opinion and believe your pen and may success and HELENA SHOP
that I speak for a substantial prosperity attend you all.
amount of the voters In this area Very truly your. DK THOMPSON tlM.
r Have > on ever seen either an animal or a human being when I say that both articles were Charles U Brown

die from rabies ? If so, you'll agree with a recent reportof overly critical. In that It Is my

the State Board of Health asserting that "although ,understanding that the conditionwas

only about 7o persons died from rabies in the United brough't not attention brought to until Mr. Kim- from would our derive Superintendent more consideration of Public casual clothesSizes

States last year, the problem deserves attention FAR of February 6th. at your which article Instruction and that we In the 10-44

OUT OF PROPORTION to what that number of deaths time you printed Mr. Haynes let- (Venice area will profit by the

would ordinarily call for, because of the peculiarly! horrible ter. Had this matter been broughtto change Certainly we should not
and inevitable death involved." the attention of Mr. Kim- expect fair treatment from Mr. "
Kimbrough or any other countyor \\,11111''Ihh
brough and then he had failed to
The also
report points out that "HALF MILLION
act upon It then I feel that you state official when we do 1/4
persons were bitten by dogs: last year and at least I l.ooo would have been justified In your extend the same courtesy.It I
of those dogs were 'mad'." criticism. Is requested that the above

It goes on : "There is a prevalent idea that the so- It seems to me that less uncalled letter be printed in your "Lettersto
called summer 'dog das' is the period during which for antagonism and critlclsmc the Editor" column in the next
rabies is and more co-operation would land issue o( the Gondolier.
most likely to occur. This is pure legend because
It', self toward a more friendlytmosphere Thanking you I remain. Painting
rabies most frequently occurs in late winter and spring whereby Venice and Yours very truly Upholstering

when dogs seem more restless and are on the move. the neighboring communities A. W. Moremen Body RepairingElectric

However, an outbreak of rabies can occur at any sea- Welding
son of the year." And

We believe most dog owners will not begrudge the ENGLE'S TEA ROOMON General Auto Repairs

small amount of money and time necessary to have their I
pets inoculated and thus protected from getting the disease -

from other animals, and preventing them from DELICIOUS SATISFYING MEALS Miami AvenuePhone
transmitting rabies to human beings. 2541
Luncheon 12 to :2 Dinner 6 to 8
In any event, Society as a whole and parents in -

particular has a right to demand such protection and SUNDAY DINNER: HOCKS

the city council is to be commended for taking steps to 12.45: to 2:30 5:30 to 1:0'

make it mandatory for dogs to be inoculated before their Phone Venice 2486

owners can obtain a city dog license.

But just "passing a law" isn't enough. It must be

enforced and without discrimination or the new

law will be just a farce and unfair to those conscientious,

thoughtful dog owner-citizens who do co-operate. Convenient e a e

For example Mrs. Helga Roess-Siede, city clerk, I EXTRA111'G
recently reported she had sold only 26 dog licenses thus to everything

far this.ear. Does anyone think that represents the true "How stunnln. S

dog population of Venice ? YesWhen You looks. .
Stay at the OL PATIO, 11 adds itat"extra
The Gondolier hopes the new "do inoculation" cause Sally to

ordinance not only will be adopted by the city council You're Near the Post Office, Theatre, her outfit.something". a fill'tering

next Tuesday evening, but subsequently enforced. Business District, Beach and Golf Course. drops. lapel a Pill' to


LEAP YEAR EVE DINNER DANCE pensive tame Jewell Piece Tots I
28th wmethln. toclt.
Gu Henry's Country Club Orchestra our

Pest Ottttt

For Members and JAMES: M. McCLURE
Only Telephone 2531 Owner Maoatpr} I

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RecitalrAnneMwidy 07 one
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ed pianist. Anne Mundy I Ex-Paul Whiteraan 'have been residing In the San LEAP YEAR EVE DANCE
While the ability of the Marco Drive home of Miss Nora the
true artist Bassist .JlVlj women being lava
rills Audience was manifest throughout the Forming Walsh, a New York friend. Both to bring the gentlemen, a 'J"Cat's:
whole program. It seemed that Orchestra Here the band leader and his wife said Year. Eve" dance win be held at
; Thursday evening a large I the splendor of her playing 'they like Venice "very much" and the Vonlca Country Club this Saturday
of people which filledone wonderfully evident as she hope to spend much of their time evening February 28. Dta-
reveal. net win be served at 7 vtth
p m.
and spacious reception ed the majesty of here In the future.
Bachs music dancing and special entertainment
.I., had the rare
[of K M prlv- In the two
opening numbers. features to follow.America's '.
of enjoying a splendid recital SOLD! :
t Her marvellous technique In the Through a low-cost (2
Presentation of the fugue and cents per word) Gondolier classified first managed forest
Dependable toccata number amazed and ad.RAEBVOMfrsis"BOM. was in Connecticut.

Service thrilled her audience: and the ( / \ im:VAT im mt in I JJ\t!JinllnhH.1TYAt inflPT 1;\T,"ym'irl'
beautiful "'"''''''''''''''' ''''''''''' ''' 'P
WK SPECIALIZE IN elections were
Chrysler Product greatly appreciated and b,ought A Privilege; to Live In Florida
to an end a lovely program of A Distinction to Live In Venice
IOKOMISGARAGE great music for which all present .
were deeply grateful, H. N. WIMMERSRealtor

The Community Service Club is
to be
and thanked
for affording Venice' this .
Phone Z5S1 Opportunity. Where the Tamian.i Trail Meets the Open Gulf

Thayer Quinn


Antique Glass and China
The City of Venice will accept bids for

RTIE MILLERA lease of one or more years, of the upper storyof

former member of Paul the Venice Municipal Bathing Pavilion and
360 Retta Esplanade Phone Whiteman's musical organization,
for lease of the municipal building located at
Punta Gorda, Fla. 179.1 Artie Miller, this week is engagedIn
forming an orchestra to opena the Northeast corner of Venice Avenue and (the

series of Saturday night dance Tamiami Trail presently occupied by the Cityof
engagements at the Tarpon Center Venice Police Department and the Chamber '

LARRY'S BAR & GRILL"A near Restaurant future. starting in the of Commerce.

Bids be filed with the Clerk and
Good Place To Meet" Miller for seven years bassist may City
with Paul Whiteman organizedhis will be considered by the Council at its meetingto

own orchestra just before the be held March 2nd, 1918, at 8 P.M.
WINE LIQUORS war and In recent years has been
The City reserves the right to reject :.my '
PACKAGE GOODS engaged in motion picture and recording
work In and around New or all bids. '

Tamiaml Trail NOKOMIS Phone S127 York City. HELGA ROESSSIEDE. x
He and Mrs. Miller came to
City Clerk. '
Venice about a month ago and
Nor- -


Where the Tamiami Trail Meet the Gulf 16 Miles South of Sarasota '

At the Original Site of the Old Tarpon Club

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Deep Sea Charter Cruisers


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j I Twin Motored Ship to Shore Phones Fully equipped for your

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Florida's Finest Motor Courts and Marine' Dock

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".. AI_ VENICE GONDOLIER Thursday, Nbruy 0

Fraser Plans to '90's CIIA31P Sarasota County BOLTER For quick result, ti, a

I Chairman for Gay Classif3d Ad,
Give 200 SpeechesIn

"'dI/ Named
\ i 67 Counties To Be Soon

Jacksonville An Itinerary I Orlando: -- Ray Oreen prominent -
Deke's Shoe Repair I' ; PInellas countlan has been
calling for an even 200 pecchcsin '
named to the of district
"I If Ok J hat" post dl-
the 67 Florida counties 111\
.1'A' ant .cor: for Southwest Florida of
been announced by Edwin O
wxwirrr". ucBrasM3aBB5 Fraser, candidate for the stat : M Gay, who seeks return to the III

t I' 1 comptrollcr htp. to which he wa high state office for a full fourar IM1'1 aNy
elected In 194*. but from whlc ,.. ttrmOic .
Y I It.: 1 ':-: I
he was barred br a I le.atl: i 'chnlcality + "n. clerk] of the court of PI.

nellas County and for many jean
The mini B1Coi'y; : Nat'- at:i\e in chic affairs In that part
r .'., i .
.... .1 en'man will! open .hi. p 11:1n! i .H .,ite, paid he will make
;our in Im horse l I. r f, I''r'i Vclennv appointment of count
:.. ", .. Saturday m .11., ... Pair J!u- I ( chairman in PInellas, Hill bor1 -

,..4XJCJli. I '. ",I.,,. i 28 Ito ,' .H ,), f' 1 -. :..:' :\ta'at'e., Sarasota C iari -
lion drive with at .tddl'' 'i Miiml :'. Lee Counties, nvnlng'
I I _1 h' I r'. "''" -t.\ 4 '
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J: pi'imaj'\' Fll\'l' .ti. d-; a,," ", "luntl, ::111'1'.
Back In the 1880-SO t, the' 83-
..V :.:ut.. .1'I' f" r: .:\ ,icec.hcie' ,eai-old] stntleman; shown ab)', I I
... I Rs ,
Len Lanlus was known to every vI

... IT'S 1IEUK I I I I lP >>pj.ts fan, for he was lightweight I' lair"STANDARD I
? champion wrestler of the WOI'll': OIL" OUR rolll car ,derollon II POW
for 12 jearsLaniiH profesdonal ter 'ice 10
TIM NEW rviiiMi Dim KIM ore cel
Service and omen
uncle of Frank Service which
f only lD-!
ELECTRONIC Lanu.1 legs ,
I RAYETTE of Venice, has been General Repair II grad 01 .bore hcenw, ".,..
years of ;
G Permanent WaeCharm quiet vacation at Tarpon Centf exreriente cal gi..1Iet
(uiirmteeJ JobsZeigler I. woOI! wt log ,,
: with Isle son and daURhterlhv', whx i III
<: i I Mr and Ul's. Ra:pli Lnnlu Th" your prtleip.ic II to to
younger Lanius I) the general! & Sons I
:.-A Beauty Salon' I manager of the Central O;>'1,1' I The I' .xitl t Store

\--/J 1R1MF tUILl; Co of Cincinnati 0., a firm tf NOKOMIS rhonp7rl:: I "" .., .., ;"3 Welt :lli.lml1', Phone 7S11 which his father l Is president. :I P11O\E:< ::Posy 3161 111111 i E ARrAn

J, In addition to his wre-thi': .'......................._.-.-.-.-.-..-..-.-.. "...... \1X1Q
honors. Len L.'nu.on! fame .I.j rv .t..f.
-"-- the originator of American j:.: j : When lOllrant A Plumber Ud!;
''l"' I slit ,\\ \ tul Choice IHliIJllU I ,!!,z ,
Jibu and author cf a book on t: I'
III \ lIkl'. 11-also.. : Be Sure That He Is GOOD

\. I i IN t the! I Time tn Build 1 a H' niu : Dependable Plumbing
tures for Fox FIlms.
j. I : Contracting Repairing
Lanius has his own secret of
"FIT, Kt :il I bIt!: ViLTCK \..>"* keepingoing, Hi advice: i is <.m- i ; Full Line Fixtures and Materials

sic Pb: ; Water Pumps Pipe and Fittings:

Sta>' young thinking young : LU l'S FIGURE TOUR JOB E TIMUES CtttX
\ : LAND COMPANY and cultivating a pleasant dlsition '"'. ; JOSSART
\\e glow old In mind fi,'. -
er than WP c!"w old In bode K-) : Phone 3601 Venice Florida
Pi '1'1' :it SalesmanaecA& acti\e Mo,t of u' d,n': I\"' i! owe "' o, 'r- ,.....................................""...HHI
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OnSiesta Overlooking xl I: I I HURRY IX A ?

Key ClubTropican I Beautiful k,

Phone Little! i Phone 3Jfil(

9-1773 Sarasota Bay

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WITMEROne Bellow Special' Reserve . . $329flftl1

One of The Top Piano Players In The Country flth
John Begg Imported Scotch . $5.25

$2 to $3.75 6:30: 10 p.m. Milshire Gin . . Full Pint . $2,00

COCKTAILS FROM 5 P.M. James E. Pepper, Bonded Bourbon $5.75 fifth

Cover No Minimum Taylor's New York State Wines S50

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RING, alteeatbm, batten. Good condition. Bkrtrtm atgi401 HiRI : 15 ACRE .adjacent Uche Crear was
Rhoda Moore 721 GrevelawdPao EtacUfa. Phone NOTICE OF INTENTION OPPORTUNITY FOR A
Venice .2ii. TO RIMlTEa GOOD BUSINESSA T.mi.ml Troll 1600 fret frontawa" -
The NAME Gas Trail Hw quirk sets H.500. IKa -
SAND lULL undersigned do and Service Station
FOR 8ALI Fut rm dltd. 'h.y... hereby certify that On rood Main Html In Owner. Phone Venice 2KM.
) New PhcilN K",1row.Ia11. it-... .. J'et b usinea conducting Catteg. Rental a corner on
at Venice, Florida Englewood the fastest rrowlnl little
TANK CLEANINGs under the no-I
66FTic NEW STUL dome name ul lawn In Fbrld. A lunw kit with good SELECTION .f ...-
*?Ipsent. Wvett *natmM overhead ..r_ .., DESIRABLE
thIL See r PALM home far ban and ofllc ,,
70.640. at toll Venice ayAty. HAVE14 COTTAGES nd reudential aitca. In city ft -
Permeate and that .. ace Ralph HirWr it restaurant
.Id fir. .. eA.pu.od or tho b y owner If Interested surged Dw r
14'T. TRAILER. Sleeps 4. H.1 tird f'lluwina "' _n. whose ft...... and places In Englewood rettinte. Address. Bni 8R. Venire Via"
BEPAIRS wm sam''n ia.AhMMtlrM Dwdr.Therm heater, (wood: o.ndnina. au.: 01 remblenre are .. follower I
st F0009. Votive Hay Trular .rk. 4160 1CIF.t. V. Heel. l44 Harbor Drive. v.". I fOR RENT COMPLETE
near anus.doer. T. 0. ONE MJRGE Ruth H. 11.1.
and 141
Tm one Unh.hIIiI Harbor OH,.. Vrn.
else. Ills.
1 ..LaY9 trio refaererator. ID good undltlu. Phone ALI..nAII ROUND apartment fair REAL ESTATE SFRVrCtT
i264. Owneriip' or '>l1" ftnl. Phone 3261.
Haven C"J..J .
.. followw. -"- 10 Barre Rs too ,
fill 4ht
work PUT INNntO of au imds- w MLail UCEI LUNDE& small and door.. 1'. L. Clyd V. Hirst b414. '!
pacate Adorlas. Pao.. 4411. Hayade Phone 2616. : Ruth 11. Hurel to 4 WANTED Coveting tie FORT M'ERar.. ... '
II I. our intention tu apply to the Clerk .11 uf SOUTHWEST fLOKIDA --
112/iD DOORS, wind oWe wish fronted lIt tho CI.IIII Court In and far Recounts YOUNG MARRIED COUPLE want job oat homes 10 bvaullfiil' riverfrontloxUI rates
KING Button office suartnium and him., r.I1Inll. Floc/dm/ w, .1.I.r the u rmretikrm for home In nturn for l locations including 6sa..w'" "
Sewing. W e& V K. DaadrtUge her. Sea Mr. auornar III Val"eut Ap'r'l'fHREE \- bl PAIN HAVEN COTTAGES Name piss to II... Rpfrrrncn furnliihml Write ed ..,I unimproved tropical blaprotwrtirt ... 6-wk
.d Avg. Pkone am menak, or call 1262. Truv. rr.kn of Chwtrter Sims Laws under 01 FlorId. the P. O. B Aela 01 lu4'1. and income set-to seJ--
STURDY PLANTS for 1FJ0r.lnW .Paine .SQUARES red 8.01honylw, ?t'iness" Our hands. this tth day or USED FURNITURE or .n kind. 1' Init moor eunrta. trailer caiLame .... habeas.
Nw 2626.INEAfENSIt'E
low prineag I February. 1100\. I.. Haynes, phone 161S. operallne reach". farms and grammes -
ot land
and small tracts
NVKSCn. tMMlEuWhed I.\'rol': V.
0 11U 1-day and g. ''RUTH H1fFLT'dhrehl resist service Send fir dos e '
day Slur. : H.
.right it Uurel INxt'Ofikw.AL Jc t'the 'packet ;:1rh1:: 'are.fhhing.: F.h. t1,. 2 6'Mar, 4. 14.HICEL 1949: LOST I dearriptln"eat Sordoni. folders and maps or this 0r- ."

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HAULING aDd fonUactlni 1St INTENTION GNU.S' Guilford wrist .t.h. Last JEFrrOTT REALTY
/1 fIt.Ph ekffill a1rt, th.U. aand 'Po. KttJSnR FICTITIOUS NAME Thursday evening. between KMI and land 147 First Street Fort Xylem 1 1FverxthinK ...Aft
the arencon ot'uctiiondan Visit office. fame 1152.LWinter.
Legion electric. shop
Auxiliary bUli. -
noes .t 2n West In Real Fjl l"
Heol Venice Avo. (EI Patio I
K FROM SEIPMEChandlerson Mille\I. Under' the fictitwaw. name 0''I Roth the USUAL and UNUSUAi '
Reports Sale ELF.CTRIC
and that acrd WEm Visitors 1
let lawing ori.,: : :named of t I Idr
{ of Air. ands Of 1,868 ....'d..n.persons.. a" so follows. and pbues I 1 1DON'T
X. Chaadfcr of Laurel; Toppies'Mrs. r F. 1 I'll-P. Venire. Fl.rldg.o I
vita: R ,. ,.
.i Chenaull. son Iof :Mr*. I.o''hlt or Venire tectne'is I Harry Beach secretary announced
Ruth Ku 'k ndall .., as f.l.
Chenault lOt Venice, ant > chairman the following recent registrations
e of the Legion Auxiliary : *" .r. 'O't.
rpm 50' x 159' Building! Lot
BlRzler. formerly Venice mittee In (charge yesterday re-1 : E.0,4rr. 3014; it the Venlce-Nokomls 5F.t

|received discharges from the ported U1i8! "PO'lIes" were Mid 101 It the i. Circuit""r intention Court III In apply and for to the IIorlltlOto Clark Chamber of Commerce office Groveland Avenue

Chandler and Glazier In the southern end or Sartsota Court,. Fheda. o r.vltrr the said nono Lillian A Duncan Herndon
( while Clw- County on Popov Day" taM Sat'! "I sung VEOI1'h t.UCTR1C unites the h,0,1. Va.. Mrs. Sims
with the Wavy "I n.opl'r 209,1. Laws "f Jl..ld.. George R. Hem-
urdaj. bringing In. a total of *260. Ae" of 1"41. $200.00
W" tt. "Marine don Va., Edgewood
served Of that Wit .
AWn. EnMeuood tent il. nee 0'r hands. this Ird Any ef y
All were members of the'pdua.ti1l1' $7087 while the.people of Tonic Februarf. U.R. Mrs. Charles A. Wade Calvin '-T
E. 1. "FTElIF.IU t
class Of Venice Nokomis. Laurel and Osprn- contributed E. l'ETEK Run, Va., Mrs Perry E. Waugh .
'0 89.13. Pnbit.wt.. 8. II 20. 24. 194K. Paved Electricity Water.
SthooL Also
.fis High re- and son, Washington D. C., No-
wish esp4ally io jjianr Pee Slmp'e Deed.
&returned from the Navy Is the women of Englewood ulio ANTl-LIQUOR' komls
o>c TALK
j Smith son of Mr. navdl now forramg they own AmertimLegion TO BE: Dr. Steve W. Colly and Mrs. Purchaser to pay fo' Abstract: t ,

| A. Smith"T Ve>alare. Auxiliary for assunujiB rjtponsibllltu GIVEN HERE Colry Jalison Miss.; Dr. and It abstract darlrwl ))
and :managemmt!: bf SUNDAY: NIGHTA Mrs. H. C. Sheffield and daughter
JOB rBTHTTNOjtTHE the PORPF sales here: XTn Ku Jackson Miss.; Mr. and Mrs

GONDOLIER do 'ronr kendaB Mild. "Mrs Jack Lonn. special message attacking T E Browne Raleigh N C.; Mrs.
who was In charge of ao! there "the Ikpior crowd" will be siren George W. Coggin Raleigh N. C.
Just phane TCXL did a nilly grand Job" this Sun day evening at 7;30 Jamay Beach
I WinnersMrs. o'clock. at the First Baptist Mr and Mrs. Brunu C. Lchler H N. \VimmersREALTOR

Kuykendall atonmnifd Church by Virgil C. nnnefl at E. Moline IIJ.; Miss Gay

FOR winners In the Poppy Day" poster Winona Lake Ind.. chairman of Tydeman Davenport Iowa: Mr I VENICE. FLORIDA
contest and sales competitor the Pixi.Ibltlon National Committee and Mrs. C N. Church Pontiac ,

FINE were u hJlows; Mich., Venezia Hotel.
Grand Prize '$5) : Michael Finnel. now engaged In nook Mr. and Mrs. Wm. B Hume d Ik.

i iByrn Macatee Fifth Grade. Noltomls ing an "anti-liquor' tour of Cleveland O; Mrs. M. Kemp ROOFINGRoof
WORK i ii School Vobert spring. best poster Southern states charges 'Amer Mrs. Wardwell. Waterton N. Y, II Work of All Kinds

In Osprey School; 'Butth' ica has forgotten God" and asserts Mr and Mrs. M. Henry Col.am ALVIN P. JONES'
I a.us too m I KooRlrr most taoney collected toy the liquor crowd dominates bus 0.; Mr. and Mrsr Frank Sun Phones Bus 2873
Is i 8 ajn to 8 pin.MITCHELL'S a Cub Scout: picky Smith most local state and national government din Del Rio Apts. Home 2Mt

poppies hold: ,James Sims 3r:., and 'receive unlimited priorities Mr and Mrs. Harry Weaston,
most monry cOItected In the ctfl- while millions die of star- Westerville. O. '
BARBER SHOP ored quarters vcond year Jraimv vation." Mrs. John S. Niles Carbondale FOR QUICK RELIABLE i

TO W. Venice Ave. i has won this prize I. The public Is Invited. Pa. Copper Kettle Inn. SERVICE. CALL t

Venice Ajenejrlumrs Mrs. Kuykendull and Mrs. Anne Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Llghtfoot VenicePlumbing x
SHOE REPAIR Surls AuXiliary president. Join (! KMI CADETS TO Greenwood S. C.: Misses Mar- [

In thanklmr the following! lor ATTEND ST. MARK'S garet and Sandra Llghtfoot Shops. ,
their assistance In the Poppy '
S. C., George Higel'Place s Bon U, Venice PW.M ZIS 4
I i Pat I
Gladys Bran Stearns. Shir-
CONTRMTTBrn 1! rev Bowden Bcxnor} Pearson. KMI cadets this Sunday will L

> SUPPLIES "Margaret Drxon. "Betty Lee John I attend the morning service at St. .t

ston John Johnston. Julia Mar ,Markj Episcopal Church. Cadets

T11I1TRSAL" si lames tlndale, Marlorie "'Mlml' Ador- will take part in the service and An
}an, Cynthia Courwy Kav Sin the cadet choir will sing It was Acreage Bargain
WtrHeateri $118.50 blom, Nancy Hall Jill Everett. announced by the rector. Dr.
Double element 1500 watt Jerry Smith. Floince Adams. Leonard W. S. SrrykerDr .
James Sims Jr.. Di'tores': Stryker also called attention -
TCMI Venlce-Noknmls Bank. to the nation-wide radio 15 ACRES IN GULF COAST GROVES
ELECTRICICONTRACTJRS Ridio Stat'm W PH VP"C( broadcast over 600 stations being

) Oondol'T' O ITBC flotts Mn made on behalf of the Episcopal Subdivision of Maiuisota.
Oa Stale Helen Dick. Mrs Mure PajnasMrs Clrarfh Presiding Bishop fund
Highway at
Marjorie Adorjan 'Mrs. Fm- for World Relief" at 'II:30 a.m.
Pllne Englewood Venice 2431L ma RIley and Mrs. Mac Wrede. this Sunday. Close to Lemon Bay and Gulf Beaches. .

Good Fishing
Sick Radios Made Well In Venice"

N. Skirling'LUMBING Modem Teat Equipment Valued at $2,000.00 Sacrifice Price 'H

Genuine ParU-Free Estimates

PHONE 2672 $1,000.00 }

I B. & W. Record Players

nod Phone 3395 fiftcheii-Carison Portable Public Address Systemand Fronts 450 Feet on Paved Tamhmi: Trail.

All Kinds of Repairs I I Fur Rent By Day Month or Week

Estimates Furnished Brrwvler Radios AC or Battery Operated Fronts 1300 Feet on Side Road.

line of Ffcturss.W into Little each
Can be cut 13 Farms at $250 ,
Water Pump 251 W. Venice Avenue CECIL I!. GRIME

and FittingsOR or priced $200 each' for Quick Sale.

Soil Good Grove' Land
It's good : -

PAINTING AND INTERIOR Your Friends Gather Here Has good Drainage Good Drinking Water

I*IS Spray-0-Paint to Your Why Not YOU? Six miles South of Venice -.

Individual lute HAVE THE COLDEST BEER IN TOWN Three miles to Englewood

ee Your Lawn Furniture All Popular Brands Phone Venice 27 04 Ask for "Kirk"Or

"We Spray Have Painted The Color"HOLLAND Now! BEER TO TAKE OUTB&BBAR See, H. E. CHAPIN or JOHN STANCARor

T. E. H. P. KUYKENDALL at Englewood

'trail Nezg .DIIDe) Opposite Theatre
r wall tus Six w. Venice Avenue .,

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_.hL., VENICE: ooNDOLI Th...... Feb ... .
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l : VENICE SPONSORED A. Johnston [ KMI Clippings ber rectlnl, KMrs band In GIlt D

f IN CHINA OPENS Commander tour Mr Evans who list been
I thing
By BILL lectures
f the north this
Venice residents will be Interested to learn Legion Post the cadets winter, kipl
Ijunshaw Memorial School and Clinic sponsored hIs that he plane! to
I 9. will open March 1 on the campus of Hua Chung Election of J, A. "Johnny" In a Special Order published mUsical group to ItJa

Chang:. China ton, Nokomis grocer, to suc- Wednesday afternoon the mili- tune concert sometime In the new r
Colonel A C Earnihaw this Ralph O Simpson as com- tary department promoted 17 cadets -
\mk received a letter from Di coming from o featured last Monday one receiving the new rank G..orle--0R..v -.

1.0 Ch'unfanRnd Ruth Earn- We food have, had from I 't meeting of No-Vel Post No of second lieutenant They are: the Venice-NokoniJ Harper, UGr
and :
bliaw Lo in Wucnang announcing: !.Ieth
x sorority sisters of the American Legion 2nd Lt. Thompson, Platoon Sgt will be Ihe 5
that the newly elected board of Lunt-Cornell The post also accepted its I jjack Heffron, Staff Sergeants day night In the IChOOi'l esker f
itirrctfri' for the school consists vesper "
dear old lady of '. recommendation that Head Hellstrom, King J,, Quin- sen ice at .
if Dr Huang, Hua Chung Unl- pUblic b inUled
of friends of section of Its Air lan, Reynold cordially .
verrily.: two members from the 20x50-foot Sauldlng, Weil, -
S5oece J\.I'ddJe\ School. one use to buy army structure be moved to the Line ---
(iicjpbii each clinic day Sergeants Denunzlo, Krauss, There is a
from the Boone L.raryrni lots on East Venice Avenue muing of
Morrison, Ostrov Palmer, S
used tin and and
*; >cl! and Dr. Lo. a to the Legion two years ago relics at port h
wonderful to Finn Caspersen for a club- Corporals Cyl-Champlln Hoover Park near aCakrv
(hurt h S>i'huulTbt charts and note Fernandina,
t, school Is attached to the taken b>' every site and Pedle r
... ilwopal Church a? a parish prltnvrv crease in hi* I To Start Right Away And -the- Band- played
school and will care fo: the The school I is ; i I II Harry Sjoblom, building com- I I At least that what happened last on pie Pastry
: iliiorntarv t'ication! of a,: roxiiu'ih En She Shao chairman, was authorized Tuesday afternoon when Mr.
k \ 50 English. Chinese and with the work at once.
approximately I II proceed 'Merle Evans. da' coof the Ring- t r.111\ P .Ils"L
,b A.mm Small a
BIOS Clicu ,
I ling oi-d visited
'fy facu'Y.! i I words all thai and the structure mox I KMI. t1 \. .I
: The bub\ clinic now ca: .tin for from the vatem: : the "new clubhouse will be .
. i :::5 babies which has b..enup- ,,i'I A school I 1 for ; I and will have a ntlroof' In a special a ,'m'oy: during
i1. inl with klini pablum call llvi .Biaclouncs, I the dull ptilod h* :od;: the cadets & S"
Jk f. oil tablets! ..'f other connodt-I I rightness for I In addition to dieting Com liU life story up to and Including BAKERY"We
r "<'s bft: .enc. ; Venice L.t: oimh I I! :Ion In its : Johnston, the Legion his 30 years with the Bnkl !r YrarTut
t' "tins 1',111..., C K k. will b,' a feaIIP 1 Is all urv cla" named the following new Rmpllnj Circus and how he had :07 I\ rl'nlreve, f
.: (.' 11:0 1 ,,'h< p!', woik influence here. \iceCommander, Carl I Iolf not misled a performance In more y
I'I : than 29 of those >'i>ars. Prior to| ""hunp _
i 1 :. i-i: 1 j' "'cr M:-. Lo, who preciation to I ; chaplain, J. Douglas Arnall. 31:1
I his talk! he show 'd the
' :1,1) t; \ :'i'01 In \'I.C! list: fr.ndRllth: officer, Theo Dandnd, I cO'PSthe Opposite
It I'; ", I Ilo Ir' if I rca-on why he |.t director I Bui6 Building
i w o "I haw \U-4 n up ', William Hitch)
r' the eats in th,.' work tu Dick Rich. of the Kindling Band by d1Electric!
f rl o. e' <-I I HU\\ % : \Ice officer
i .
' ,; !1IIb"1I ti," VP'babj!: clinic: for Till'1.0"! v A Joint Installation ceremony 1
\ ,f 1I1U 'a\' bab!" and I am I
will be held in
LAP-I auxiliary
will hold
I rJ! 'I ry It report that It l i- .1 ;% ,
uric n :t'i! ;,' .. a ,,'elk;" vi I \ic I lit at tl .. \' near future
t. err .' c3: :enfant- of o. : fiiillv I dr: C, 11 '!11 -- -- -- Ranges
'i rnd 'cv n J-r' the c'j'I; IC a< :a n'a!ht ts jJ m
( t I di:+leisin! "..n' (or the Itd.'r- irvlted to att. 'u St. Mark's
" q t tall faree; f:oc-rie, that keep will 1! be so \ed.

..t --.., SHOP"J. Musical \W ( irrComplete \ ,\


} SALE second WednesdayThe Lenten Musical will Of RANGES

given at St, Maiks Episcopal I
Palermo Dii\e! \ence: at .ADMIRAL: FLORENCE
t Leading! Brands of ) pm" Wednesday March 3. :NORGL PREVTLINE PIIILCOie Q

| It will feature Mrs H. A. Cur- irate A Fen \B Apartment

Now at 1-2 Price soprano. in a group Slien' Tool'
songs Mrs, Saunders has a'
; ,M:iH ut'ir fall.1S .kr;: trained voice of gold- I

t bxeninij in Paris quality and sings with deep CHOOSE YOUR ELECTRIC HEATER
i bringing to each song Its
----0--- beauty, It Is agreed by those : fHOOUR LARGE STOCk OF
have heard her In previous'
a* Solarex Sunglasses at $ ( !) I :' Florence Portables and Circulators!

The sen Ice is as follows: ,i
o I Prayers and Invocation; Song

1 pound Canister of Geo. I Lord Is my Light, Ole>" Enjoy The fonvrnlrnte Of

|I ; Come unto Me Handel: An Electric
Prince Albert Smoking Tobacco ( Maria, Bach-Gounod; O Di-

I I Redeemer, Gou-iod; Offer HOT WATER HEATER
$1.39n : The Loids Prayer Halotte:

I and Benediction Sizes to Fit Eun Home

o The service will be conducted Prices to Fit Eve Poi '
Dr. Leonard W. S. Strjk"r,

I Florida Vacation
Sunday 100 11 :00 Week Days 8: Private Swimming Pool We Feature THOR and BENDIX

Close to Gulf Beach Washing Machines
and Golf Course
Spacious Living and In Stork! The Famous! THOR LUJIROV;
Sun Rooms

Write for Rates and
Further Information KING FURNITURE CO

Copper Kettle Inn I "We Feather Your Nest With A Little DoYon"

"i::\GLE\\'OOD'S OWN SODA Venice. Florida II I I Phone 30 Punta Gorda


SUGAR . 47c . . 43c PANCAKE FLOUR . 17c Meat 43c per t



FLOUR . . . 99C LIMA BEANS . 2 for 25cMONARCH BACON . . GOc per lb. POTATOES . 43C



2 for 29c OLEO .
. 39c per Ib. GRAPES . .


69c per Ib APPLES .. . . .


Prices Good Friday and Saturday, February 27-28 Phone 3681 On The Trail, Nokpp''aWT