Venice gondolier
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079934/00152
 Material Information
Title: Venice gondolier
Uniform Title: Venice gondolier (Venice, Fla. 1946)
Physical Description: 20 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Carroll H. Williams
Place of Publication: Venice Fla
Creation Date: January 7, 1949
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
 Record Information
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: UF00079934:00152
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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rrival of KMI I Councilman's Kin Gives C. of C. Preparing City Officials I

Portrait to President Area DirectoryA

r 4r waited A portrait of President Harry directory of business firms in Named by MayorAt !

by City S. Truman painted by the broth the Venire-Nokomls area wil soon I
er-in-law of City Councilman
Smyth Brohard has been hung be published by the local chamberof Council Meet r

In the White House and will be commerce, it was announced f

used in celebrating the presi this work by J. Leighton ( C<.unO

reeked Cruiser CeremonyTo dent's inauguration.The artist is George. L. War- Cornwell of the organization, new publicity. director Siegrist t Absence Prevents t J

fel director of the Columbia Cornwell said the director Choosing New President )

Welcome Polytechnic Institute at Wash would be similar {
aken from Inlet to that published'
ington, D. C. He is married to Although a new president could
Brohard's sister, the former in Tallahassee and other Florida not be elected because newly-elect- .,

Miss Patty Brohard, and served cities. It will list all typos of businesses cd Councilman Albert Siegrist was

Jjseball Star's New Boat Cadet CorpsWith with the air force here during in the area, he said, and not present the Venice City Coun-
the war. give the firm locations cil was otherwise reorganized at
names and
To Be Repaired at Naples cadets of the Kentucky Warfel's portrait of the president owner's names of Individual firms its first 1949 meeting Tuesday
Military was presented to Trumanat night in the Civic Center.
Baseball Star Early Wynn's here aboard Institute a due to arrive a banquet early this month. It will also list facilities for fishing Mayor Louis Suter official head

-Jo" new 47-foot cabin cruiser tomorrow afternoon special train late It was ordered hung In the din- golf, bowling and other typesof I of the city government led off his
. final prepa- Ing room of the White activities of Interest to tourists '' list of appointments by
t: tank In the Venice Inlet lastk tioru were being made today for House and 'I'
permanent residents.The newly-elected
the and the President granted Councilman Victor'
when heavy seas drove it ceremony with which the city to have permission directory Is Rctly the commissioner of
will welcome lithographsmade now being com public I
alnst the north jetty, will be its 15th winter the corps back for from It for sale at the time piled, according to the PR man, I works. A contractor In his former -

fed to Naples today or tom orII' J. Leighton (season.Count of the Inauguration. and will be printed in the near home at Detroit Ratty succeeds. ,
for repairs.The new publicity Cornwell, future. Listings will be limited to retiring CounciimaG ;ri-iilg
the firms that hold paid-up chamber in the post I
| vessel, which had been Vcnicc-Nokomis Chamber of Com- memberships. Other appointments Included t

ting on the bottom with Itsk merce, was to address students of Councilman Smyth Brohard and H.
life' The
the local high school today and and Radio new boardof I
: above the waterline since the erplam the part they can take in directors, which will take office S. Bowden as members of the t
Icldent, was raised Wednesday the program. at a banquet meeting on Jan. M board of trustees of the city wat-
the direction of Arrangements have also held an informal luncheon erworks; Siegrist ai fire commissioner -
fder Wilbur already been for
Plug VeniceVenice ; Mrs. Helga Roesn Sie-
meeting this week
tier Sr. of made he said last night, for members at the ulfbfl.'ep.pHotel.
*> Naples. The latter, Purpose was to des as city clerk and Guy Cur-
of the school's get acquainted
[boat builder, was assisted by his economics and discuss wood as building Inspector. Bro-
class to squeeze a large batchof got two programs -
unexpected pub hard, Bowden Siedes and Curwood
Wilbur Jr.; Paul King of No. that will be recommendedto
for the licity boosts
orange juice :
purpose on a nationwide scale formerly held the same posts
kmii, and Wynn.The This will be distributed to the this week. I the members in the near future. while Councilman George W.f

| salvaging was accomplished cadets by high school girls, as First came when Sam Shere, 1 Bolts Jr. headed the fire
soon as the KMI Special pulls into photographer for Life
having Storter's son go Death Magazine, ment before his
the boat in helmetd the Seaboard Air Line Railroad visited the cty to make a pictureof Darkest Englewood Wants the council In October. I
a diving
Station as part of a regular evening retired U. S. Rep. Harold Knut- Mayor Suter will continue i j'
put a temporary canvas patch train from Tampa. fcon. The photo of the ex.congressman Street Lights Says GroupA as police commissioner depart'j I 'j
er the gaping hole in the ves- : To :
Major Speak a winter visitor for many 'that automatically falls
tU port side. Water, was then Principal Homer Mikesell of the years, is scheduled for use in a movement to get street light mayor of the city.

[roped out of the hull and thet high school !Js to act as master of story about members of the 80th for Englewood, which U dark as Other Actions it
t t rose of its own.Inlpe'tf'd ceremonies and will Introduce congress and Is expected to !
appear a tomb after nightfall:! now, was the meeting the ,
On Ways Mayor Louis Suter to the cadets in Life sometime this month.
[Pulled out of the water at the The mayor will deliver a brief welcoming The picture was made In front launched by the Englewood Cham- also<< : :

I lest Coast Marine Ways on speech as head of the of the Granada Apts, where the ber of Commerce at a meeting -Extended thfO Calvin one Holder year thoagreement in- i

assure Island last night the municipal government. The five Minnesota man I U staying. I I Wednesday night.A .

|-Lo-was Inspected by Wynn, new directors of the chamber of I The second boost was in a radio committee was named by William I cal trucker for $85:, for a week collecting The garbngshere original tl I

tier and Capt. W, T. Dem. I commerce will also b members of program, "Welcome Traveler" Jones, chamber president to Agreement expired on Tusday, and
.',of the official greeting committee, which originated in Chicago anl
Tampa. The latter is a mar investigate the cost ct the project nn one else entered a bid for the job
surveyor for the Board of and othr city officials are expectedto was rebroadcast over station and determine.methods of raising I Notice of the cxpiraton had not ,u
derwriters of New be present. WSUN at Tampa. In an interview
York, where funds for it. Richard Cockerille been published
ynn' insurance was Issued. Plans for constructing a float with a retired railroad man was made committee chairman. previously Received a letter from Gus A :
Demere was unable to Issue a 'for the program have been aban- who spends his time traveling
Suggestions at the meeting included Wester, Nassau St., protestng
tement: on the "Jo-Jo's" condign doned because of the possibilitythat about the country the master of ":500
one that each merchant underwrite what he asserted was a per-
but Starter laid he believed the train will arrive after ceremonies asked what places he the cost of installing one ( cent Increase" In the taxes on his II'I
Cornwell said. ut a large had found the most attractive.The .
could repair it In about two dark, I light. There are no lights in thv I homo in the last two years. No
nth. An Inspection of the "Welcome KMI" sign has been i railroader answered "La- 'city now official action was taken on the
t: showed that a long hole had prepored by Frank Berger, local guna each Calif.-and Venice, i iI matter, although Councilman Ret t
*n ripped in the two-inch plank- artist ,and will be carried onto the Fla., where KMI goes in the win said it "seems like a big Jump
I ty
: just below the bathroom on station platform. The train, due I ter." The name of the speakerwas I Venetian Made Prince Decided to have a second
> port side between S:15 and 5.30, Is notoriousfor not obtained. support erected for the large neon
While crash in the cabined its inability to arrive on scnea of Venice Ave.
damage Donald W, Shrode, who moved sign at the corner
< to be limited to the ripped ule.When COLONEL LEADS SCOUT HIKE here from Sarasota two months and the Tamlami Trail It was
ceremonies are
inking, ribs and chines every- the recommended by Building Inspector -
tag aboard had Buffered from the cadets will be driven In private Venice Boy Scouts who went on ago to open his ownJewelry store Curwood who said it should

Ion; immersion In salt water. can to th school's winter quartersin a three-mile beach hike during the was this week selected to be a eliminate the necessity for having

Tho two Packard engine were the center of town. Only five Christmas holidays enjoyed themselves prince In the royal court of the the sign taken down every time
had volunteered the use of so much that they will take i high wind.
Idly rusted, Wynn's stored persons frthcomlng Saradcsota Pageant there Is a storm or
thing was a topping mess and their cars by last night and Corn- anothr hlge Saturday. Col. Vincent 4-Instructed the city clerk to
bedding was completely wat- well asked that others call his B. Dixon, retired army officer who The annual spectacle Is sponsoredby draft a letter to the state road

logged. In addition, the cabin office and add their names to his acts as scoutmaster, asked that the Sarasota Junior Chamberof department, asking that a stop-

Indows, steering wheel and mos' list as soon as possible. Transportation the troop members report at the Commerce and will be held In and-go light be placed at the Trail

the furniture was gone, as were is needed\ for around COO: cadets Civic Center at 9:30: a m. with February. Shrode Is the only local intersection. The light was recommended -
en deep sea fishing rods, tw, and two or three dozen officers hiking equipment and Scout manuals by Mayor Suter It
resident chosen to participate.
hwater rods and a harpo a. was brought out the state.had pre
Wynn, broth r-in-la" of Capt -- viously refused to permit placingsuch

i Dunn of N-komis, brought the a signal there
t here from Annapolis, Md., Jetty Fisherman Gets Surprise a Shark I Instructed Curwood and Police I
ty a few days before the wreck. Chief Herbert O. Hanchey
former Ditcher for the WashEton take nut courtesy cards with local

Senators, his services were Giant Taken watched in amazement as over 223: Its mouth opened about two feet filling stations, so the city can geta
pght recently by the Cleveland Big-Jawed feet of it shot off his reel. It was however, and when its sharp-I rebate of taxes paid on gasoline

Wlans, On Lightweight TackleLike enough to scare a bar bouncer, toothed jawbone was removed It bought for municipal use. The
but Sundin hung on like a true was found to measure about 20 pair was also instructed to "shop
the woman who goes shopping sportsman. And after an hour of Inches across. : around" for low prices when buying -

enice Girl Ride on Float in a bargain basement, local battling, he was rewarded. When the monster's body was tires and other supplies.
fishermen never know just what When he reeled in his line he opened it was found to be carryIng Baptist Petition

t Warren Inauguration they'll come up with on their lines found he had caught'one of the nine shark "pups" and to havea 6-Heard City Attny. M. A.

at the Venice Inlet jetties. most dreaded monsters of the seaa liver weighing some 20 pounds Braswell report, In connectionwith
Martha Ann Roebuck, daughter Frank Sundin of Warwick, R. T, 200-pound shark, over six feet The liver can be sold for use in Baptist Church petition for

Kr. and Mrs. Frank D. Roebuck who is vacationing at the Del Rio long. Sundln found the giant too medicine manufacture. rezoning a of a section of W Venice
proof of this heavy for him to beach alone, but Catching sharks is nothing new
Venice, was one of several chile Apt, had dramatic Ave to prevent opening of any
afternoon. his shouts brought a crowd of to Sundin, despite his surprise this
who Coun- late Tuesday bars there, that existing pr-
rode In a Sarasota The visitor decided to try his other ifshermen running, and they time. He caught several off the new sale of hard
dinancts prevented
float during the parade that the jetties after he had managed to beach the creature Florida Keys last winter, with the
luck on liquor In the area but that a new
led Governor Fuller War pent a fruitless day trolling on with the help of flashlights. largest one measuring 7 feet 9 ordinance would be necessary to
I Tallahassee River. And sure Aq unidentified witness shot the inchs. He moved here two winters
Inauguration in the Myakka prevent sale of beer and wine.
back of the head to and will move into a home on
action In a hurry. hark In the ago
w ek. the drov tc enough he got Instructed Braswell to'draw
Trrrifle PullA stun It before it was beached Siesta Key at the end of this I ordinances for auto
capital cltj with her parents minutes after he had Type Not Known' month. up
few matic foreclosure on property on .0
rt & Bajmard Bartatte of shark it was could Sundin alto won'a local redfish
mad J. V. toned his 71-pound line Into- the What type I which taxes have been delinquent

also 4e4U>erceremonies.. water, IM :f.lt '. terrflc pull and not be determined immediately. contest last year. Continued oo P..e.'Two; )

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Page Two
Man Collapses One Day James B. Blades |III --

Old Darkey Arrives With escaped.The fund for Williams was also Hikes Home on the Next was sorting carried room, where the U.sit ht iliallent
this week by a $10 con- unconscious!
NOTICE I Money From Venetians tribution from a Gondolier readerIn I A little thing like a cerebral an to the Sarasota H Ptll1!

Word was received this week Long Island City, N. Y. The i spasm apparently doesn't faze ambulance
Venice Shuffle Hub will donor asked that his name be John Duallngson 82, retired When he was rel
that A. W, Williams, 75-year-old next day however &* lie
have a meeting at the Civic withheld. Venice resident. he !lot
Laurel negro who was robbed of suffered a spasm refused to let anYone
Center at 7:30 p. iik, :Monday Dunlingson help 4
hit life savings In November, had and collapsed In the postoffice home-but Insisted Oa
Jan. 17, to make plans the
Start trip
to by
reached Monticello safely. He left Legion last week, while buyln&.taUlpa hitchhiking WUf.
for 1949. Everjbory Inter- from Mrs. Lucille Elliott, and more, he arrived iUty.DOUBLE \ .
for there Just before Christmas to
sted In the Popular Florida Theatre GroupDecisions after being examined by Dr.
live with a married daughter.The .
Sport lit invited.
notification came from the CouncilContinued
GEORGE.STAUCII. Farmers and Merchants Bank, to sponsor a little i City

I PresidentLet Monticello, where Williams cashed theatre movement and to enlarge ( from Page One)
a check for $184 that was presented and care for the local cemeterywre for two or more years, and for settlement -
to him by Gondolier readers to reached by members of the of delinquent taxea for an i4r
help make up for his loss. A totalof
amount not exceeding the value of
THE GONDOLIER do Lemon Bay Post,
your $557 was taken from the old Involved.
the property
JOB PRINTING man by another Negro, who was Ion, In a meeting In the Englewood 8-Heard George Gibbs, ownerof
later caught and sent back to Woman's Club Bldg., on Monday the Tarpon Center, ask for pub-
printing. Just phone 3131
prison camp from which he had night. lication of all proposed ordinances"so

+*+*+***+***++*********444t44t44444444t44444444'NOW The theatre project, the first of the public will know about SUPRISl
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its type In Englewood in recent them" before they are adopted. No Next time
READY TO SERVE YOU : Bernard decision was reached on the re- you bung
j years, will be in charge quest. Gibbs also agreed to pay home an unexpeetet
Suss and Leo Kropp. Suss was a half of the monthly bill for elec- guest for dinner fcttti

: Repairs on All Makes ofad1Oe motion picture director, actor and tricity used by the city sign at the make It a double m,.
before hp retired Trail aid Venice Ave.
photographer price. Take
'n" Radios Also on Solovox will be along i ft.
: and moved to Englewood.All 9-Warned that warrants tie present for
m Record Players and Ham- g Interested Englewood residents issued at the next council meetingfor the
: all persons doing business in I Not expeearve.just .
Repair w will be eligible to join the
rnond than ai'\! !* the city without necessary occupa- a little something
little theatre group. Funds ob- tional licenses. The action fol- i neat and glittering b
talnd from I Its production will be lowed a'report from City Clerk | show
=: One Day Service used In other projects sponsored Hclga Roes Siedes that only 50 of the apprecktion \
local businesses had renewed their
by the legion. licenses since they became due way In which she 4|.
: AH Work Guaranteed Over 20 Years Experience (It (
:: he cTemetery action was confined Oct. 1, as compared to over 180 ways meets such

to appointment of Kroop and that were Issued last year. The emergencies.
Hayward Green, now post pub penalty provided for this is a fine
:: Smitty's Radio Service | licity director, as a committee to of double the amount of the license KNOWLES
up to $500, a jail term of .may OPEN 9SO A.M.: 'TILL S:80 P.M.: confer with other local organization and additional
to 60 days, an
=: IIOLLVWOOn, BLIG. ?1T W. :MMMl AVE. ;. Objective is to have a new charge of one percent a month for ''Post Off! e Arcade

=: -I I'HO.NE5003: :- : board of trustees appointed for the the license.
cemetery which was donated to ,10-Hoard several requests that
4i f ffffff1fffffififf fffffffffffifffiiffTffifiT the names: of the city's streets be
the town many years ago. Only
repainted on the curbs, so visitors
one of the original five-man and residents "can tell where they

DON'T LET DEMON RUST EAT board he is of residing trustees in Is Kansas.still living, and are."

THE BOTTOM OFF YOUR CAR The meeting was In charge of
Lorin A. Linger post commander. PERSONALIZED LAUNDRY SERVICE Your

Protect It With Compound "L" Twelve members and two visitors clothes laundered the way you prefer
were present. The post meets on

Undercoating . . Only $6.75A the first and third Mondays ot WET WASH FLUFF DRIED FINISHED!
each month, while its auxiliary
single application by our Mechanics will remove presentrust
meets on the second and fourth
and protect the body metal and other vital parts. Mondays.
( for Venetian Cleaners)
Pickup and Delivery Phone VENICE 3385

Won by Police Chief Automatic LaundryC
Guaranteed and Available Locally Only At Englewood

Chief Herbert L. Hanchey, head .
Dyseven's Texaco Station of the Venice police force, was
yesterday declared winner of the
first "courtesy" contest sponsoredby
the Venlce-Nokomi Chamberof
commerce. -

The candidate was selected by J.
Leighton (Count) Cornwell, chamber
publicity director, who said

HOUSEWIVES WANT 'E'_ 1 ners Hanchey's and willingness"unfailing to good cooperateIn man % Cai2RADIOTELEVISION'S

worthwhile movements" 'deserved .

-WE GOT 'EM AT LAST special mention. Hanchey will
receive a belt with engraved VALUES
buckle as a token of his distinc

Similar contesfs will be held by
the: chamber every week through.
out the season. Residents and
visitors ar asked to nominate future ?0.95 to 144.95
from among local
merchants or others who perform
outstandingly courteous acts. o
Nominations should be made by ,
contacting the chamber office In I And if Your Radio's Broken -
the Civic Center.
We'll Repair It Quickly and Economically: : !

New CARPENTER, Repair and RemodelingBy WORK SERVICE"Sick
r Hour or ContractF.

j Radios Made Well In Venice"
251 W. Venice Avo.
Englewood phone Vcnia.e 3380

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"HOTPOINT" AgencyFor

the Venice-Nokomis-Englewood Area

Complete Line Now on Our FloorElectric Then you'll want door* . windows .buil&the
== hardware custom furniture that will *

Stoves ink and Cabinet Comb. = tests of time and beauty without flattening your palcet

Hot Water Heaters Dish Washers 5 book. ,

Horn' Freezers Garbage Disposal

Vacuum Cleaners Refrigerator SEE US TO .SAVE AND

.., Free Drliv ry Throughout Area

: C Complete Supply of Red Cypress Mahogany Oak. CorrugatedWeWwood" Pil\'O *

= Maaonlte, Metal Molding Mlcarl Building ItardwW
Sheathing Yale and Dealer


I Blocks South of *' VnlMM8p. Custom' Millwork Our Specialty. Lop esI PrJoo. l. Veales.8ssrssots Ares

Englewood Pcwtoffloc O. Rest a1 PKctoe 2561 -I BUHL.-C A =* Air Er'I'I

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lda.Ja5501r771949-_ VENICE GONDOLIER!: Pacts Three )

Florida NEED Venice HUNTING ComfortBrand 3131. I Country Club to Give KMI Welcome Dance It!

new, completely fur. Public ;"
Is Spanish StudentsTo I
/ InvitedTo
Ished apartments each with High School Key Club Justice, described the Depart-

jiving room, bedroom, kitchen I merit's work and stressed that of ,
Give Hears Ii
PTA PlayThe Former Justice,
|ttc and tile bath. In shopping Meet Faculty the Investigative branch. He will

District, only B blocks from : Spanish class of Venice-No- Department ManJ. repeat his talk at the Sarasota

each. Next komis High School will entertain Leighton (Count) Cornwell, High School next Thursday.
Saturday members of the Verlce-Nokomln
Moderate RentBy publicity director of the Venice. NEED PRINTING?
Parent-Teacher '
as part of
Nokomis Chamber of Commerce, Phone THE GONDOLIER
As the t
another evening's ,
token of the com program when the
ZIonthSeaaon .- year munity' esteem for the Kentucky PTA meets at 8 p. m. Tuesday at spoke to 18 members and guests of Venice 3131.ADOPT I '

f Military Institute, a tree the high school. the Key Club Tuesday noon at the -
For InformationP. public dance will be held for the The class will present a play, Venice-Nckomis High School. 1
school1 faculty and 'Fiesta," under the direction of YtAR j jI
or Call staff the night The Key Club Is a national or- NPpp-NEW ,)
of Jan. 15 at the Venice Mrs. Pearl Plummer, Spanish
P. Susnjar 2673 Country ganzation of boys in the 10th, 11th i jI
Club. teacher. The lines will be scoken
Venice, Florida All residents of the area are invited In Spanish arid the actors and and 12th grades of public schools.
actresses will Mr. Cornwell was introduced by I
to attend and meet the KMI wear Spanish cos
personnel according to Mr. and .tumes. the club president, Raymond
Mrs. Ciaham French, who will be Also on the program will be a Mitchell. ;
host and hostess. talk by Mrs. France Scott of the;
Mr French h The publicity man, a former at I i '
rffip Tij i if/! ;} 3 ty////// vice president and treasurer of the Sarasota County Cancer Society torney in the U. S. Department of w, S,40T W w
club. committee. In conjunction with "

. THE HEIGHT The school Is headed by Col. fhowlng of a cancer research film THIS ;
OF I 2633 -Sarasota2529 RESOLUTIOt..ll\. l
entitled "Traitor Within" Mrs. .
li I Charles:: B Richmond, president of M PLtDGE.
[HOSPITAL IT v-- |1 KMI, and Major Charles E. Hod- Alpha Field, director of information Phones TO PATRONIZE THIS I LAUNDRY"
IS MODERN!! ff.n; commandant.No for the Society of Sarasota NO.WASIlIr.G. DAY FOR Mt .

COMFORT! special military ceremonies County, will also be present. Ambulance 1

VoO'tL !j Ile 1 l"s scheduled, French said yesterday The fourth grade mothers will ServiceDay VENICE 1t t
be hostesses for the In 1i
AGREE.'j It I h pr-.bible however, that 1I
charge of refreshments. i
Qe the school's officers will attend in or Night
uniform In keeping with the occasion
and his Tarponeers, a loca or I
TE1.EGr' Top school officials will Prompt and CourteousROBARTSSHANNON
Z (lrwk i chestra. Playing will start at 8.30p. :
th ; to Also be introduced In and 1
a group m. and continue until the 249 VENICE AV6. ,
i he school march beI"II'd
crowd leaves. There will be no 1
to announce this phase of Funeral Home \
the admission charge. ..... I I

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french told the Gondolier yesteiriiv : ::!.fw:; .::.::!' ? !;-:;:;!;:;:;:. ':.';.:;:;;.';:;:;':.' ':.' ':.' ';:- ':';::o.:::' ';' ".,:: i
OSSflRTMUMBINOC9 : that while KMI Is f : (
arrive this'e..k, he had decided l I():

no' to hold I he dance until next ;.;. : !
v -k in order to give the staff I 1()I I
members a chance to "catch their (I), .. .. .. I Ic
NffOA PLUMBER ? br'nth and get their school opera- ;-:.. ...I, r '\ : dinner SKjV # I:() rll
I I ) 't J ") J" < :
I t'cns! working smoothly before l' '\ 0. "
trk'ng' a night off. ': : I
Music for the danclrg will be (') I '
i J furnished by Johnny Edmondson t I'J b y I; I
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Close Saturdays at One i,')I' candle-light ,.:.. .


H. N* WIMMERS Realtor t at theOulfbreeze :. .
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Western Union! Open en Sundays and Holidays 11 to 12 am. ,
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'T aA I : Enjoy a delicious meal expertly prepared under the direction of Chef i iMathews. :

The finest foods obtainable are available for the most >

1 ; exacting tastes. Your choice in sea foods, meats and fowl at

moderate prices. .'

Reservations for special parties cordially

.. .i r invited!
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Maple Walnut $89.50 I. Cocktail L.ounge open daily from 3:00: P.M. to closing.! .. t

Mrlogany .
I Table service in patio for both Food and Beverages.

KING I It is our utmost desire to serve the people of Venice as well as our

winter guests. We would be most happy to have you visit us at

any time and inspect our facilities ond improvements now in progress.

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Pare F..1f VENICE GONDOLIER F iciay, J airy ,

I$*1wtw-1fw Janie's f1t444HHHI Jottings j Cancer Society for Area :1

; By Janet T. Cenover I Benefit

j Gondolier Social Editor'Mlsa ] To Sponsor Dance

Nlshat Ahcun, who has beers the guest for three weeks III t I ---..
Mrs. Helena Graue, left yesterday for New York City to resume her Affair Jan. 14'IT. M. Wrede Jr.. Mrs. A. W. More-

studies at the Traphagen School af Fashion. Miss Ahsun, who Is the; on men, Mrs. H. P. Kuykendall, Mrs. I Auxiliary Joins
daughter cl a diplomatic official of the new government of India, la I Vincent Dixon and Mrs. Colgate

a classmate of Mrs. Graue's daughter, Louanna, at Traphagen. They: To Aid in Fight The Information desk of the society Pulmotor

rame down to spend the Christ- was officially set up todayat I Drive ||
the Civic Center. It will be operated
mas holidays. Miss Grauu will return to Bob Jones University. Miss

to New York in the near fu- Hauser is on the staff of the uni: Against DiseaseA each Friday from 2 to 4 :' Legion Women 'to Seek

ture. Mrs. Graue entertained a versity and spent the holidays in p.m. by committee members, who Funds From
group of friends last week at a dance for the benefit of the will answer questions on cancer Townspeople

cocktail party In honor of her Venial'0- American Cancer Society of Venice and will furnish pamphlets, and Memborsof the auxiliaryI

guest. This was Miss Ah un'. first and other literature to interested per No-Vel Post. American '
Mr. and Mrs. John J. Hamel Jr Nokomis, Englewood Field directorof L1iaI,
sons. Mrs. Alpha voted
trip to Florida and she said the I I at their regular
and Barbara of Laurel will be held next Friday llleetilc
enjoyed her stay immensely She daughter Birmingham Information of Sarasota County, Monday night at Legion ?

also prefers our climate to that of Mich., dropped in last weekto evening, Jan. 14.; at the Venice was on hand at today's opening help other local groups Rill It

New York. We hope she'll find see Mr and Mrs. J. Leighton Civic Center. meeting. to help purcha.e a raiseullil'
Count) Cornwell of Palm Haven resuidut.
time from her studies to come The affair has been planned bye pulmotor for use in their
Cottages. Mr. Hamel and. th *,. I
hire again. "Count" were "roommates" In the Mrs. Charles McG. Roberts, whoIs Photograph Show to End Mrs. Herb Myers u.as chow,
-0- lieutenant commander of the chairman
cf the
army, both in this country and Woman's qub! Holiday auxiliary elflll
Miss Virginia Wilson, a studentat society for this area, and her com- which U to Mart immedtttlj
overseas. ui
Goddard College In Plainfield, mittee. The society Is being sponsored After a holiday lapse, the Ven- Include canvassing of towiupwfc!

Vt.. Is visiting her mother, Mrs.V -0- locally by the Auxiliary of Icc-Nokomls Woman's Club will Any person interested in contrtk.

G. Wilson of Harbor Dr. Miss Enjoying our warm (?) winter the No-Vcl Post, American Legion resume Its regular meeting sched- uting to this .aue may tontii

Wilson was here for the holiday weather and fishin') at Pine ule starting next Wednesday. At her of any member of the tat'

and will remain until March. Sheds Camp in Nokomis for the season Mayor Louis Suicer will be mas- that time*the members will have a. lary. "s

i working at the Physicians Medical are Mr. and Mrs. Ben Sterling of ter of ceremonies at the affair luncheon meeting: at the Gulf- The men's div( in of the

Laboratory In Sarasota for a Warren, Pa.; Mr. and Mrs. paul which is scheduled to start at 9:30p.m. breeze Hotel, starting at 1:30.: I contributed JlOO for the resusats poi

two-month "winter work period" Hornbacker of Michigan; Mr. and The center has been deco. Rex Mohun of Eagle Point will tcr drive la.it: k. The e&IJo
ai part of her course at college. Mrs Tom Clarke of Indiana; Mr. rated by the Boy and Girl Scout
be guest for the afternoon. Immediately paijnv i Ir.ur ,hthe Fail:
--o- and Mrs. Fred Cooke of Canada of their leaders
under the direction following the luncheon he Ciao after tJ! dtnirgcfJuw!
Mr. and Mn. Ralph R. Reader and Mr and Mrs. Emil Zindel of Co!. Vincent Dixon and Mrs. will shoKodachrome elides of E. JlJr'n' L" Ir. i.noJDiand.Mrs.

tf Indianapolis, Ind., arrived in Wisconsin. P. L.. Haynes Help was also given .
I his own photographic work.After Jsr.io: ? Evades: of VII-
Florida last week to spend the Mrs. Sam of I'
-a- by Colgate, president .
Mr. Mohun's ct and :?: sl- ".
reason at their winter home in Here for the holidays and this! the Venice-Nokomis PTA and a .
Miss Arlta Graves club program'l) O'h-r 1 CuJiO'.herbusiness (' '
Laurel Shores. month are Mr. and Mrs. Arthur member of Mrs. Roberts' committee. -
will conduct a business taken; tip it tit
-o- Rietsch and their children, ArthurJr. ,
e A games and card party has also meeting, which presided cw
Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. and Betty, from Lombardo. Prize Donated
been planned for Monday night, by president R'th Knyker.djllteluded
F. O. Bardcn of the Valencia Apts. They are visiting Mr. and Mrs. The merchants of Venice and .
dlllcu lon >.f ,h auiiliir/i
Jan. 31, at the Civic Center. It will
were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Whann cf Joseph Scofield of the Feach Casino Nokomis have donated prizes to be
be for the benefit of the club's! annual Poppy Day.A .
Fort Lauderdale and Col. and Mrs. awarded for the best dances and
building fund.Baptist definite date was not decided
George Martin of Miami. -0- at the door. Music for dancingwill
II upon, but it will be sometime k
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Higel and be furnished by Johnny Ed Mission Meeting; I February. The junior auxiliary
Vacationing in Venice until the son, Mickey, arrived back In Venice mondson and his orchestra, consisting ,
of till
members will hey charge
first of May are Mr. and Mrs. i in time to celebrate New of Tom Edmondson and The Women's Missionary Unionof nude
a'1d11I .11 poppies
Charles Van Meter and their chil- I Year's Eve after spending the holidays Jesse Gruel of Venice, and Bert the First aptlst Church omit- project

dren, Charles Jr. and Sue Ellen, of In Williamsburg, Va., with Neadham of Sarasota. They will ted its regular meeting this week by hospitalized \'(t rans.

Kewanna, Ind. They are stayingat Mrs. Hlgel's mother, Mra. R. T. donate their services for the eve- but will have a session on Tuesday The group aloe planned motto

the Granada Court Apti.0 Cottlngham. ning. January 18. A Royal Service games night for an undecided: dale
program will be held starting at 3, in February, which will be II'
Carol of will
(r '-- Tate Englewood
In the afternoon pounced later.HOME .
Mrs. Geogre H- Breed was expected -, Mrs. R. A. Baldwin and Mrs. I also perform during the intermission

to arrive In Nokomis this, Lillian Kelly of Jackson,'Mich., arrived with a song and dance num -"

week from Marblehead, Mass., to In town this week to spend ber. She Is a former pupil of Sue

spend the winter months at her I the season at the Venezia Hotel. Fields of Sarasota, now of Holly l.D.CLWttdrink : :

home, "The Cape Cadie." Mrs. Baldwin has been coming to wood, Calif. Mrs. L. V. Pennockof
with her for the season Venice for the past two years but Sarasota will accompany MissTate

daughter, Mrs. Edith B. Warren this Is Mrs. Kelly's first trip.o at the piano. : W/ERE W1

and her granddaughter, Mary J. Tickets for the dance may be ARE TREATED Till i

Warren. I Guests at the El Patio Hotel this purchased from any member of BEST AND CRUMBGI

-0- week are Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Char the committee and the auxiliaryor ,

William Beltomy and her les and son, Junior, of Catonsvillo may be bought at the door. THE MOST rl'he

mother, Mrs George Hauscr, were Md.- Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Bishop, DC They are 50 cents per person. The

expected bark in Venice yesterday San Antonio, Tex.; and Mr.'am money will be used for cancer research .'e:t \: ay to pre-1i 416 0,* toPara'

after a trio to Greenville 3. Mrs. P. L. Loflm and Miss Carrie and education throughoutthe

C They drove up to tate Mn. utlian (t Ashboro, N. C. Hope they country, with 60 percent of Itremalnlnll. for any event

Hauser's daughter! Dorothy. back are enjoying Venice. In Florida.. an.i to relax when it''

Cage Player Invited

IN A HURRY? Since the local high school basketball o 1 or is with a coo:
PHONE 3461 will be playing an Everglades prepared with

Ifo Answer Call 2935 City team that night, the

VENICE TAXI society has invited the visiting

roach, his wife and tram member
U-DRIVE-IT CARS ,. ,'" ." -
to be guests at the dance ,

Mrs. Bradford Couch Mrs. W. J i p,: ne'R'S
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; S. Green and Mrs. Barry Wlmbis'j i '.
: For the Discriminating DinerMacatee's are new members of Mrs. Robert. "' 1 .

committee. Other members are l N.
Mrs. George M. Edmondson, MM. I --

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We feature a wide variety of the II! '

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: Stone Crabs, Pompano, Frog Legs, Ii

Shrimp Also Choice etc. Western Roasts, i iiii@! I Family Style Di Peers !

Steaks, Chops, Chicken.A .

= La Carte ,Dinners Priced from $1.25 I *'II and omr .!'

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Also Our Venice
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For Reservations Phone 2782,

i strive to satisfy the most exacting appetite ::: Hours: 4:30 to 8:30 p. m. Sundays 1 to 8:30' p. nt.i \

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'January T, 1W9 VENICE OOWJOUial ...;.., ... It Willof :.L"age..zrr'- .ug'_.. i
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Uss a Venice Gideon Minister Society Englevood Men Don't Eleanor, :Anderson VeQ 4.L 4t..Jam.'\ iX"4i" .'' 0 WO, lU102isstited' Ads I

Crawford of Sarasota, a Sneer At New Look- Are :Marriedr'r': o&n tittup yet/ftfoduce fine twrrr

Intatlve of the Gideon Bln They Model It .'w e d ft.N' WtJ Year'so v :
let)' | Sarasota County Miss Annys N. Baxter;, daughuy "ults,, Just J phone Venice 3131'be-
A hilarious time of George S. Baxter Jr. of Westerly .- XT
etent a special program can be exPected f te'S pox Wednesdays.
First Baptist Church next by members of the Engle- T Mr.Harrington R.I., was married in Sarasota

day evening, Jan 12. wood Parent Teacher Asin I last Friday to William D. Wilson, "
when they meet next son of Mrs. V G. Wilson.of Harbor -q'
rawford, who la the fathRev Couple Leaves: for Maine
D. Campbell Craw evening at the Englewood school Dr.
utor of the church will house.At : After Englewood RitesIn The new Mrs. Wilson Is a graduate 'G.ULFT'heatr'e.

work being done part of the evening1 pro. of St. Faith's School in Sara-
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out a double ring on ?
in the county. He gram a fashion show will be ceremony iota Springs, N. ?,and'Oakwood ::1
society New Year'i Day, :]ttl8. Eleanor Venice' = I
with him i presented which Isn't very. un. School In Poughkeepsie. N. Y. Mr, Phone 2964
bring Rose Anderson, .
so daughter of MMMary
of Biblea-- unusual In half But the fashion, Wilson was educated in England, ,
[leg display I Lee Anderson of Englewood, Box Off let Opens 7iSO
which wlU be women'i apparel, : South Africa and this country. ,
translations, different became the bride of, Boyd N, Harrington Show Starts 8:00 !
lea i and all ,lEe'. will be modeled by men Namesof Jr, of Patten, Me. I They are both graduates of Bard Short Subjects,SJipwn pt&ie !
[ will tart at 7:30 the models were not announced.For College, Annandale-on-Hudson, and Aft*!' the ltwatureFriday *
program Rev.' George R. Harper officiated
the more serious sldo c of Y., and ere now editing a N'I
at the Englewood Methodist and :
the program, the local organizations literary magazine, called Bard fUdiittur
January 7-ft I i
Church at 4 o'clock. Pre-nuptial
3LEWOOD of the town will participateIn view." They started the publi Acclaimed UH's Mb*. 1 1Thrlllln&
was played by Mrs. Douglas
HOUSEWIVES presenting a symposium on tlon while in college. Enti'rtainmetit 9 i iI
ArnaU of Venice, and the bride
their work In relation to the The couple will make their win- Nelson .Eddy Honit l la/.sey i I
ET US was given In marriage by a
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family. The topic will be "The ter home on Harbor Dr and their .
WASH DAY Family Incorporated." friend of the family Herman summer home 1 I. Cold Spring-on- "Northwest Passage"J ,
Measel of Sarasota. M>f.h SrhildkittiU. lingo; Ilavs
Refreshment will be In I
BLUES charge of the 2nd grade mother The bridc sister, Mrs. L>. Hudson, N. y ,fnLanrhpRfv-.,lenooB UUrlr
and room n- _1 tron of honor. Bridesmaids were for Fatten, where they will make Rccorfiluf Cji> itol' I ,
Miss Ellen Galvin and Mrs. Irene their home. Mr. Harrington Is employed 'Kin? r Catholic Guild Plan Games Whitehead, also of Englewood'i by the Patten Insurance I r ;

The Epiphany Guild of the Catholic Serving as Mr. Harrington's best Agency. Sunday;IUH( MnnilnJaiuurj )'
: t tI i
I+ Church will hold the third or man was Ribrrt Wcodslde of Maiden : Mrs Harrington Jr. was graduated 910"Adventures
a series of games parties which It 'Mo. Edward Galvin and Ver-I from the Vrnicc-Nokomls I : of j

i is sponsoring throughout the win non Davids, of Englewood were: High School. The hrlil"lt'room, w>" Gallant Bess"The 1 i
I do washing :and dry
: ter months, next Wednesday evening ushors. Flower girl was Barbara Is tke son of Mr. and Mrs. Boyd N" Wonder Horse of All Time t.

ning quickly an.! Jan, 12. Proctor of Sarasota. Harrington Sr of Patten, attendedj rllitit Br-tn -with('"-.nProll1itchf'11 !
The affair will ftart at 8 p. nat A reception for the families and Patten Academy, RIckT Junior]I AnJrey Long Fuzzy Knight:; .
I reasonable '
prices. the Venice Country Club Mu.I bridal ,party was held Immediately College and the University of -Al'w-
Helene Morris of Bee Ridge is gen- following the ceremony at the Maine. He served with the armed Short, "I'nusiiil OrciipjUont."
FE pickup :and deliv- three in the Lat.t Nc"s .- Oirtoon
for years
eral chairman of the series. home of the bride's mother. The forces
I Itcdinilng De(' 'a',
Venice on Mondays. newly married couple left later World War Two. TlK Little riddle"
St. Mark's Annual MeetingTo .. _
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I aasreearses.s .rr..'r.".e..vrarrasvs. re--
cmis on Tuesdays, 1i .
Be Held Next TuesdayThe Tucs.fii. TliuitwHen t

1\\oJ on Fridays annual parish meeting of I ENGLE'S TEA ROOM j jOX i iI "The Babe* at Ruth l..n.t! Story" ;!,: '

on special: calls.: St Mark'j Episcopal Church wm !SlarrlnRWCPam I
be hold at the church on POlermo, HIGHWAY 775 ENGIEWOOD : IV-ndix Claire Terror I
|Phone 20 Ji NOW Dr. next Tuesday, Jan. 11, at 6 PHONE VENICE USG JDFLIOOUS ft.arli's Riokfurd Sum I.rwiH* ,
Gertrude MekWM
p. m. I W. I'ritwlpj i
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Reports of the year's work another SATISFYING MEALS t
A Good Cartoon t
Venice Laundry matters of Interest will be Recording* B-l-TtJiic'ii "Junip- .t

andy presented. At the conclusion of the ? Luncheon 12-2 Dinner 5-30 -8:3o t J mi"-with the Ugly Duckliiis
meeting all attending will retireto All Recordings: 7:45 p.nt. w,
Cleaning Service the rectory for a social hour l SUNDAY DINNER HOURS: 12:45-2:30 5-.JO-8.00: | Courtesy Alpha Music Shop

Dr. Leonard W. S. Stryker. min tllrlhPlMi
West Venice Ave. ''''##''##1Na14''''11s
Juter-in-charge of the church has "J''''''''''tst'

I announced that the meeting Is to -.. _______ I. .
)IR'I'!, ANNE SURLS and will <} OOOOOOOOC: I l3>pOOC<OCC>CC<
be a public one everyone Ik7 '
be welcome. II

Start of
If you are buying or selling
real estate, you will need ;

ours / speedy accurate cr\i-o, ,

Real estate. has* *no value If BEGIN THE SEASON RIGHT by SAVING ON FOOD i "

POLICY title Is not c'ear.
Of CANNED GOODS \ ;': ) _
LIE PETER l'A.Peanut.% I-,'-oi. .I If
INSURAKCE Let us explain Title Insurance havean Butter 31c I a
to you or be sure you 'I 1

Abstract. with Attorney'sopinion. I''R l.NCO AMLRICAXSpaghetti 7-I -vz.29eAlcMOtR < ft ,i

!STARCorned la..z. (':111

Abstract Companyof Beef Hash 3ZIc z

IH.L: .VON'IE 14-oz. r.nti. J
Sarasota Catsup 23c -u

Ben J. nrymon. President
TELEPHONES ill ...d tltl US SIXTH STREET Tomato Juice 9fJIfi.* FANCY CUT .No. 3: fbn'

Green Beans 1Sc
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Welcome 'Back Winter ResidentsFOR Wesson Oil pints, 35c C i IPea'hes .N0.2ail:32c

Clorox quarts, 15c lOA CHOICE NoVel 2!'* Can

FruIt Cocktail 39c

Regular.Delivery Home lge.pkg.,30c SEALD SWEET ...... Can

MEATS Svvt. Orange Juice 15cSliced

SCHIMMEL 18-ot. Tumbler
Bacon Ib. '5Gc
;; Peach preserves 25c

Of OurLAND Western Pork Onions 3 Ibs.. 14c

0' SUN Shoulder Roast lb., 4c: Celery, stalk, 12c

ilk & Dairy Products Western'Steak, Grade Round A lb., 79c Cabbage Lettuce' head 1 lb., J

Fresh Ground Beef lb.. 53c




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.VeM Y of ar'ftts' ArO eb ALme by Your
Published every Fr da). Editorial and business office, 313 West' f Desk t ixe Tow f Local Phy 1cgars
Venice Atrnur. Afnlct Florida P. O. Box 63%. Phone Venice 3131. dW grew AV "Wit hwsatragc Dr T. S. I hompsonnn
pr paKii Wl l4eNrW AWraelitV sVtuntayratorast ,
Entered as second.cl.ii matter June 6, 194C, at tbe poll office ro Qs naseisates 6.rss .asts) Br. Ja: ec E. BTrrcufhih: ..
.I Venice, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879. ,


Th average
Subscription rateit One year, $2.50 six months $150) three M e"rya almost 30 $eats person I
months, 7c. Classified adVertmn rate 2 cents per word, first 20 would have 100 'ears agar
words 1 cent per word for each additional word. r the conclusion of(mtdrT >l
havelcUedn.onrt; .
FETE S. CONOFR ........................... .. ....: ... ..... Editor and Publisher Ic health statistics aN i
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JANET T. CONCNCR ... ....... ...... ....... .. .......... ........ Office Manager the past century. eOlnpll

IICMV4RD K. BIJILEY .... ..... ................ .. ..... .. ........ Shop Foreman Record p 1847 h OW that
man or wonnn 01It It that ill
expect to reach an
Welcome Homo to KM the average Statistics age in 11 tlV t
AM OF ANeRtOW C es veal that tl dav the a rare

Tomorrow, if all plans 30 according to sched il Venice will wei- ArpDmLHHD OprfAirJS GltTRObtlt Opel7kOl.t.ED JiaS I:can' coi- e "'"'', ,? the
/ M11SFCrS MW .t Virc8t. : I tenQ
emit the return for their 15:li winter season of cadets of the Kentucky lNxtis W,4 b taw tOttWR BOiE5 WHal 9HA7 Au'vcury 8E a3 aiT A/sctssP W 1Nmt life. to Ie"t. IQnI
\11)1.J .'y Institute cf, LjnJoi, Ky. I stic16 : Wsp MWE saLRFp9m-WA ml-e Tm"R f omw I Much tl pin can lit
I II Wage 9ffW '11)HELP egg-W RACacFr AMOK,Art;.wU R104 tJ.; med'.I shuts (
runs for the greeting ceremonies were incomp when this eJIonal 1"W aier 011 OF mcUOEP H M enOM MMUfitCIURTK mendous stride made for i tit,
e ig ,,
'; ) teas written on Monday night But we were assured earlier In 1 regulating disorders of the

"IH' d\I that \'lnice.Nlkomis Chamber of Commerce would spon- in controlling new knowledge diabetes over '".".

.ur :i ojrain: that would equal or surpass that of last )'eltr. mental dxordcrs Infant 01 rents

Such an accomplishment would be a large one. indeed for th I (c'-lDv THE PEOPLE rate has declined comittTJ,
in* the past few decades
tumultuous welcome that greeted the cadets Just one year ago u'.i Another important fatten

mid to have been the moat enthusiastic In all the 14 years that the; ; SPEAK general improvement in tJ!
.i of all the
corps had been coming toVenice. A crowd of over 500 persons were ( ( nancial position steeple, regardles In this d

present xpceohes were delivered, pretty girls ladeled/ out free orange : 'I\Q:' doctors hate been sided
Juii-c and free transportation was furnished to take the boys an! : t : ...'t1h !;t- Gondolier! Subscriber the voluntary prepaid hospttd
medical service
their baggage: to the schools\ winter quarters In the center of town ... 'JI plans, made ynu'
-l" 4t : and workable liv the eomhllj
Whether this kind of a performance can be matcl:ed again remains i Writes from ChinaTo forts of physicians tliroajlMH

to re seen But be that as it may, we sincerely hope that II country.Doctors.
I today keep aV".
'very man woman and child in the community will be at the Seaboard the Editor the latest developments uw

Air LinSt t'on! when the KMI special arrives as part of the train I Venice Condoler the Chinese padded gown 'The science t roulh.their craa' i

that I' J ie fion Tampa between 515: and 5:30 R n Gondolier class tooiiis ace not heated and state medical 1 societies d the
: pme hope this, The CX'"bir :
nil the btodrts pad- mean Medical
1 ar.'I''I''I'I wear many s.Otitil\lllll
not only because hospitality demand their I rived yeterday: sad has been (
presence, but because It I! bed g-Mrs caps and mittens. I national! level! P\ n-anicfM
Mill help' fclnvv! the school that we have not forgotten the debt that und rcr aj b>' Miss Kirk, Rulh | am currently engaged In rebuilding !taint' organizations: ; they met J
Venice owes to K n. I and myself mil It 'Is almost' "I I the waicr supply of a large exchange,: ;iiOmation "fi'(
aiters We know every name girls' school, which was looted of their own naM fular feld \Ot
That debt, Incidentally, Is something that only a few oldtimers mentioned and we find ourselves fill its plumbing: by the Japs The wVrld medial asociatioo 11

rt.'nll'mhcr'I'r)' clearly But it is something that al of us should homesick for the Min ilne rnd: Ciine; craf. Tcn use very crude formed
impress rn our memories. oranges and fish H our Florid tools\ bat arc very skillful Carpenters ATHLETE'S FOOT I
home \\e iota with great interest
about 50 cents gold
When officials of the school purchased the hMc.s: end other buildings what our Venice friends are doing and plumbers about 60 cents golda Athletes aren't the only tits'
flicted with athlete loot. ace
that had been erected as part of the grandiose dreams of the their travels. their guests, marriages da/ They are the highest paid to two !:niHf>,ty of Hindu

Brotherhood cf Locomotive Engineers. founders of Venice, the community births and the progress Aorkmen Ordinary labor Is about cal educationalists. anitsn| s .
was in the midst of the strange economic blight that followed Venice business U maUnge 5 dollar gold a month. Municipal gets the health agannt Hit
wish we- could stop in at Bradysfor transportation U very crude the American people hale Ib
the collapse of the fabulous Florida boom In the words of the Miami a fish cli-nT or at the country consisting; of hundreds of two gut infection: *a> theseaiuhon,
Daily News, "grass grew on the streets of Venice long before Herbert club or Smitty for a cocktail wheeled rickshaws very cheap Further predict that at lead hill

Hoover made his famous and mistaken prediction (about prosperity Some of those Stones Grove and: very uncomfortrble cent of all school children ilJ
would taste pretty good. form tl the atllictoo
being 'just around the corner')," oranges The Ethel Kirk Earnsnaw Primary .
I know that Mr Lowe or Mr. B;>w. the chool )ear .
The coming of KMI the Daily News added, proved a "welcome Jen would do very well in the grocery dren which School has for 73 faculty chil These men tlexe that the
restorative to the economic circulation of the dead boom town." We business In \\uchang We been very generously spread u>e ot loutbatht cut
supported by many of our so-called "tuiiKCidei are nil
mention this because we believe old benefits should not be lightly could use Mr. Dick In the drug Venice friends, Is filling a very intellective as i weans of eland

forgotten. Furthermore, there are signs that the schools Importanceto business here with could great profit im real need The baby clinic meets control They suggest
\\immcrs greatly
Mrs it our home everyodnesday afternoon that the floors and prenw
our financial life-diminished during; the comparatively prosperous the Western Union service
prove treated anti au
and Miss Kirk and Ruth scrubbed and
war Yl'arJIIY again loom large as the high cost of living depletes here and the Chinese post office pass our milk powder and vita tive fungicide (shied tusk

savings and free spenders disappear from the tourist horizon. needs Mrs Fields. In fact all cf mins to i large group of infants. need not be expensive nor BW

This should not be taken to mean, of course that we should b'! our Venice friends would be very Our very best wishes to our Venice ily widely advert std) at least
welcome here, especially if they frlrnds a week. The use of an ONLY
prompted b)' selfish motives when we greet the returning corps On could bring with them a lot of der in the shoes and hose u ad

the contrary. we should be motivated by the same feelings of affection Venice sunshine and a few Gulf A C, EARNSHAW The health article mw

and good will that parents experience when their children come home breezes. HUB Chung University, schools control IInlch have program followed for at--

after long absences For after 13 winters of close association with \\e are deep In Central China VMichang 4. Hupeh China foot quate have noticeably reduced tic

the stalwart, well-behaved cadets of KMI that is the way most Vene- some 700 miles up the Yang Tae Dec. 11 1948I.S. cidence of the disease. \ViOr
river from Shanghai 'about 500 My special regards to Mr and persistence
care, patience
tians regard them: as beloved sons, wnose arrival means more color miles from Hong Kong Wuchang and Mrs. Jim Ponder and _the tion can be eliminated.

more activity and more happiness for those who have remained at Is isolated from the war and the Lions Club'Editors I for infected feet should be p

home disorders in Nankin and Shanghai Note As we've remarked I by a Ph'lirian
rl We shall have and everything is quiet and before, the Gondolier sure This disuse is caused| 5 alike
| more to say about the school, its faculty and its Me knees
peaceful. We have no Intention ff Is getting around these days! I form of plant
cadets In our special KMI Welcome Edition next week. Meanwhilewe evacuating, unless living condi- Wonder too, if the Earnshaws I fungus It is marked by m

want to extend our personal good wishes for a successful Venice tions get really tough. ever saw any ot our previous often with attending bid '

visit to every member of the corps. We pledge to do everything within Wuchang with itj sister cities China exports! They were a series eruptions.kin, Usually cracking there ..g.

our means to help achieve that success, and we invite both faculty of Hankow and Hanyang with a I of weekly war news filmstrips the itching To the toW/Jl3
produced for the OWI and shown
population of abcut
members and students to confer with us on any problem where our.newspaper the geographical ana one commercial million is by roving projector crews In Doth by dermatophytoesisiepidettas ,

plant or Journalistic background can be of value. center of China, It Is a great educational free and occupied territory and as sis and others. It II also
center with a college far west as Tibet.) Hong-Kong fooL Although
A Welcome] to Our Governor Hua student Chung population University cf over where 10,000 my ., Infect commonly other found parts on of the the bodr

daughter Ruth pecially the hJnds.Athlete' .
and Miss Kirk
While on the subject of homes also arc foot is spread bJ
we want to extend a very faculty members, has about 800 ss
sincere ere to Fuller Warren, who was sworn in Tuesday as Florida students Wuhan National Univer- or seeds, ,of a Ceftalll danlp fuliat
new gO'ernor.We sity has about MOO St Hilda's'Girls thrives 111 dark is associateddh
school has COO girl etuden' oTIlE the disease and tbere ell
won't to as far as the Jacksonville American-a tabloid that It'is far from the foreign Influence and shower but rooms that
doubt theseradd
this week was filed with such sanctimonious, un-tabloldish sentiments of the port cities and Is distinctly no prime offenders m IPrcb

as God FUss the Outgoing and Incoming Ofl la1s"-we do a Chinese city, The population disease Most adults orobaof .
wish Fuller Is almost entirely Chinese, mfection a
every success in guiding VENICE
our adopted state. 1
the business houses, the banks, the usually m a mild frm place
Frankly, our vote for Warren in the Democratic the In
primary was utilities are owned and operated of leaving spores
result ol a last-minute switch Although we were then living at by Chinese.. Commercial building LIONS CLUB others may contact the m.

Goodwood Plantation a large Tallahasseee estate where Fuller Is Is going on very rapidly. The

well-known and will thought-of, we were Impressed by the youthful stores are well stocked with a Invite you to Mine In
large variety of merchandise.
enthusiasm and accomplishments of Gubernatorial Candidate Dan Miss Kirk is teaching class in Ted MaloneSTATION

McCarthy.The English and enjoying her contact Homes BostBea

day before election however, we were cornered by Chief In with Chinese youth very much WSUN tt

o.'e. tlgator John E. Montgomery of the Florida Forest Service. And They enjoy hearing her talk about JVV. IS llso a. m. Cottages Concrete Wed
Florida and the entire class has
Johnny, a former FBI agent and personal friend of Warren, convinced examined her American clothes Featuring LIONS' Aetlvl- .

: us that the former Calhoun County plowboy bad an understanding of: with great Interest. She recently ties during Founder t

Florida problems that McCarthy could not match. acquired a gorirevas silk Mandarin Week .

. Since then we have not been sorry for our choice Warrens pro- coat, but refuses to wear W. H. BEAR

'j;' nouneements, both public and private, have shown that he and his: his recommendations mean little. The BUILDING roNTlAcroI
answer to this, of coursethat Is
r aides have made Intensive Investigations Into every phase of the state': Warren ls the first governor in our memory whose talk has bee- n

'l i eoonomy and life. Whats more, they have come up with definite, based on facts rather than pure ballyhoo Whether the recommend

8, constructive programs. for meeting the problems these researches have tions ire carried out remains no>> be teen But at least Warren has Residence

;' tmeorered done more--even before taking office-than .most of his predecessor! Par % Nokomis ,

Warrens opponents are already screaming that talk.I* cheap .and accomplished after four years on the job. v=- >".

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It wordi,woid.I cent each Miniaauaa adtwaal *-

charge 21 crnU.


ban horn, trnun or year, with ,- .-. .
; 1\.1 the r
I. ample or fady. Box 121. Nei.gHED t BEDROOM HOME A COMPLETE
Community Concert Awlatlun' will! be
Conmictdy furnished. FOR SALE Small home and 1-2 acre on sale tomorrow on'y! Jan. K. at Alpha
Asa Snsoon or rood land Clone In town 1-1 block to Music Shop. REAL ESTATE BLKMCK8e
arafe apartment on the Corner Ponce year. school 180000. TeiTna., J. E. Bartlett
00 for ......n. Everything' furITU. Phone de Leon 2704 sad Nauau Venire Phone 1704. II MM. Bell t ""....'1 movie canters a J
tD hone with earner eaw also i 4 a I Sand Graphic .
furnished WINTER HOME SITES Center ol complete with wldvanirle Ions fil- Covering; the FORT HYEBS AREA sad
III Apt. I ; ROOM with hathi prlval. town. Clove to ha,. Any also lot dvalredPrice ten. and 'In_h gun. I. A. McKae, Vet>. ill of SOUTHWEST ITLOlelDA Modest -
0. er _.... Box 147. Venice or II" beat lights M ISO ,.. residential diitrlct.! Phone 26K4.furnished; In 2704 Venire. -_. Coastal location Including '--. )
IirItd eel and unimproved tropical Inlude, bee rliropertka > l
UfED FURNITURE of all Hin.1i. V.n- fishing lo aea. a.a lB a. ,
Keporl of Condition lee Trading Post K37 W. Miami Avenue. nvortaniliaa and Income aria,,". locj *-
of I
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VENICK-NOKOMIS BUSINESS PERSONALSI phone 2102 lUll motor courts trailer eavpa,
160 RANK pewting ranches, forma and eases .
Ice In, the State of Florida at the close of business on December. I AUSTRALIAN PINES for II Ie. Any Urge and small tracta of lead A
al. 194.. WILL TAKE rare I.f children Ry llKe, any amount. Five cents each. See .umplete rental service Bead for few 1
dr19Q ASSETS the hour day or Bight. Moo Hi nek I,.,.. Carl Obendorf at Venetian Cleaneri. I .,inacrlpth folders and mape of this trapical -
Juice with other banks Including reserve balance t and Phone $5.11.SEND icttim.JEFFCOTT. t
items In proems of collection ... NEW EVINr.l': Zephyr 5 hap out.
Itt [ Govennwnt obligation t'-d.guaranteed- -; *'**":::: m: $:.:: hoi...... Or trade I" 01.aaH 1111' host : REALTY MJVE8TMEJTM.
8\.1..k;; ... : a letter on a record. We will
Pattrrsem A1+l. Maier Day TlId'r! k. rert Decider
-- -- .. rH Pies Street Htm.
nd dl.coiml ......._. -------- -- 2 $00.00 make a record of your ilnclnn, playing
bon owned '14.\1 J.71. furnltu-;; and fixtures' .3 990 45"!!" 307ASa.28 or talk I.... 12.to. Alpha Music Sh-ip. f

\.I ....._'._' .............____....__.._.:__:. .:::::: 1MOS1TZ.I II.ft FOUND .,....)lh'nlf In Real Eat*!*'*

Iht', TAL ASSETS .....u.n.h.. .__ _._ -i6o n Pete Edge. Phone 10 U. tent and payment nf this ad will/ r..J.......
t LIABILITIES I G. p'. Akin. Venice.

tghl0th I deposits. of Individual, partnerships, and corporation I h__ .. .. '71.7'U : IF INTERESTED la rood I ......nlT.j BOOM HOUSE. frame ennntmctlon, DESIRABLE SELECTION of .u>mea.
-pmts of Individual, partnerships and corporations: 256.1X6 either brick or block: work call I. K. with seven lob In ,",,,komi.. I2.KOO. Alto and natdrntlal oaten la city of Venaarf
a at Vnlted States Government (Including Postal .vi;;; .:::: ii.etdM1M: : Venice 1374.CONCRETE. large corner lot In Bay Point. Telephone by owner If interested, lutriceat you m,> '
of Btatst and political aubdivliloni .-.. ._ 77 J1 Mri. J. B. Kelly at 2mi for Inform teitlgat AIWr_. Boa 88. Venice FU.
PMIU (certified and officer checra rec.i-::::::-:_' : ::::: 16,12A.75: : WORK and truek IIIf. LonbAdnrjan. i tlon.
>t Nit Liabilities$1 '87.19 Phone Venice 2665. ..
: -_ \..too.onTAL 9601. E a
,40'nth IIAPltlTlES (sot Including subordinated eblirstions Earl Cottrell Paul NavePDQ

shown below) ....n......__..... ___. .._n______ __ ___..'Isua.w1.49 SEPTIC TANK CLEANING THE KING FURNITURE CO. ?
Modern pumping equipment. Work suer.enteed. I
pill .- -y.. I Phone BaraaoU :11-220 er Venice 1 FRED B. KINO OWNERof

itd ._.... ::::::::::::::: :::::::: :: ..:::::::: :::::::f 25'rmo'onsolinn on having NOKOMIS Your rerhaire RmMerU silccted- interested reguJarly In I TAKES FT.EASTTRE IN WELCOMING 4

'00 (nnd retirement; aroount for preferred .capital .. ..._._..___. (.778.80 Tall Calvin Holder at 9771. TO THE BUSINESS: UPE OF

rat TAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ...._..._...._...._.__....... -66T7f.Sf HIGH .SCHOOL Phone It"Girl wants Ask for Jobs Jinx.asbabysitter. I 1 i GLEN R. LEACH DALLAS A. LEACH

TAL LlABILITrcS: AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS .___ _____:_51. On"I..5 Owners of the New

Ira ban '1 capital consists oft Common stock with -. LEGAL NOTICES LEACH TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT CO.
\ par value of S2B.OOOOO.

-M | pk-drtd or assigned ti secure liabilities and for other ..ur"'?...|._| IU.1M.M NOTICE OP INTENTION TO I +
11'tig The undeiicned do hereby that
] A. L. Blalork Cashier of the above-named bank do solemnly wear that tie they are conducting Telephone Equip.
, statement la true and that It fully and correctly wprown1i the true Hal of mrnt business at Nokomii Florida, under .
...il alters herein contained and let forth to the heat of tn>' knowledge and the firlitiiiui name of

I Correct :- Attest A. L. BI.AI.OCK and that laid firm II composed of the Venice Shoe Repair Shop tN
following persons whose names and places
of residence are ai folio*'n
STEPHEN ALREE Glen R. Leach Nokontli. Fll
JAMES T. 11LALOCK.Dlrfctorn.. Dallas A.' Lwyh Nokomis, Fla.Ownership Rear of Arcade Barbershop.
of Leach Telephone Equipment
1dIi of t Florida. County of 8ira ota- il Co. la aa followil 4 Opposite Post Office ;
worn to and subscribed before me this Otis dar .of January 1949 and I hreh Glen R. Leach. 50 4 .J
r that I am not an offtoer or director of this Ii.nk.million Dallas A. Ixnch. 10%.
expires. Juts 27. 1.49. It la our Intention to apply to the Complete Modern
rlm Public.in
MARY M. EDDY Notary Clerk of the Circuit Court In and for

'ID '. '1.::."': ;'.I...''.::'1.111.".:. ".,,:.,,:.:::11, ..7 J:.'L:,. "' i Sarasota Mid name County of Leach Florida Telephone, to register Equipment the Shoe Repairing and
Co. under the provision of Chester -
A TREAT FOR YOUR TASTE! I loo6 Laws of Florida. Art. of 1941. .
Witness our bands this 18th day of I eatherVorI,
and Gulf : December. 194S.
, Seafood from Ocean DALLAS A. LEACH '
GLEN R. LEACH Also Polishing
FubHihi Dec. 24. SI, 1848 Jan. 7. 14. 194' ,

All Kinds ofDELICIOUS Frank C. Raeburn Owner
"We MaJe rk

t rJ FISH U NOTICE Shces W ::1") For Pickup and Delivery Phone StS
MUSICIANS (all Initrumenta Phone
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851. Alpha Music Hiop. We will or.iraniie Y
andSCALLOPS an amateur orchestra for Venice
Hi and vicinity. Initnmentaliti with pre.vloul :
experience will be ALSO Invitedto
. OYSTERS join Sarasota Symphony.ROOFING.
.1 "Dress Up" '



Ii Roof Work of All Kinds 1
Fresh Daily ALVIN P. JONES a--
Phones Bus. 287J: Home 2981 e

I 1I 1r Low Prices to Seafood LoversFree

Delivery to Hotels K riaurant and Commercial FOR QUICK RELIABLE MOWING of Lots and AcreageC. i 3

Customers on Mondays, Wddnesday. and Fridays

Lemon Bay Seafood MarketON 0 VenicePlumbing HAROLD BATESENGLEWOOD

VENUE SSHl 0 ShopBox VENIrE 3390:
I 14 Venice Phone 2153
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0 New Downtown Location

. Complete johns slumber & supplyWe

L Have Opened Offices and Salesroom in the .
; Banking

Commercial Accounts Formerly Occupied by Higel Appliances

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T Savings Accounts We invite everyone to 1 Ivisit us in this
Safety Deposit Boxes Convenient Location

/ Traveler's Checks Comlete Line of Paint Mid Painters Supplies.

/ Builders Hardware

Everything For Your Building to

"WE INVITE YOUR ACCOUNT"MtnUr PHONES: Office 3881 Yard 2521 '

of Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.

M i.... I..ur..ce $5000 I :

For Each Depositor

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Pate Eight VENICE GONDOLIER Friday, Jany
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Win Venice and Cagers Lose Yacht Race to Finish Her l

Resuming play after the Christina _

layoff the Vrnice-Nokomls -

'HJIJ Sitttul; School teams bo took>s' on and Sarasota girls' bas.Hi :I Sailing Boats Giant MantShots a Ray Wins 1 5 Cowboy nacps;

night in the Start
-.otnth Tuesday New

mipliboiing: city. From Tampa Are Enrage Devilfish ; Seri

Tin boj' team, which has lost Breaks: Line After Battle InRlIllI 'irq! II new
just in, encounter so far this sea. Bowlakade the benefit uf 'A Inter

mm. corUrmod its win string to Due on Jan. 15Local A 1200 pound manta ray the group or local rOll'boYll1lcti

the tune <.f /BJ-22 The local Indians vicious-looking but harmless 'devil qilltrt'j h r: races
Match Results I ll'lt
were never threatened bj yacht enthusiasts are due fish" of the sea, proved to a Ircalfls'1Cr afteinonn it the |track
the Sarasota "B" cagcra, piling up .1111n last week that man \11 I Albce Municipal IIII
for a thrill next Saturday JAn. .
$ I nol as mighty an he may thinl Th Gnndolit r m'rtt that I'k..r Airpor
1 .< 41 to ? lead by half time and 15 The giant swimming blanl.ctspi i-puce thin Mack! |>rpi >nt: Inrliwlim of ll. I' In the 10 d.off Coo
u.ual| d.-tall-41 l IM nrt mntrhix I In the nteq
+ i yr snoring in its entire substitute George Gibba, owner of Tarpon led horn an airplane by CcmmrrciM ( It-' lm_'lini h..::>!.<. Tin lhwlni fool'IM ridden by Dlky Taylor
string in the second half. Center' announced last night that : Ar'lst Frank Verger r' imnin' .if the rt"ultsi I IM.n. I mis *.'. it. "Nee I 11,
'. r....liV' "-\l"'.' FIcclrlr! h, nt '. ,,,: lk
th Vi'i1' Eay Trailer na .
Earl Lanlui scored ?0 points in arrangements had just been completed J,,,.,,"i',, I'lini", .>. \ ..lirp (.'.urnllunn \ tl'rVa. "cd by Fred
l :! the first two quarters on nine field for making Venice the fin pu -led" nod through harpooned the l gulf bPronlr off Nokonl' (Wnt'rit:n I 1.'r.-, < M--r-TrnrkerFmtttr' Ali' F.r1'... Cvnuv versus. I of \okr.n;

y foals and u pair of charity tosses ish line of a 65.mile race between tor Ell: Jr erh of the Venice r>< \.i.l-, I: i. i--H'.n-.. 1 In th "r rocss Pete,
{ ", .,. ... .... ,,, !I'rot "l'll'd '
He led the scoring lor the night Pt'-'e '1.II" I' 1 u J "J A'I rl. lI.n bv
: Davis Island : mer
lacing boats of the pn Bobby
Hmn1n-i h-n and Vini.'Kn'n I II. iIn' II
rid I\ss fallowed! by Harry 1tninsvith I Yacht Club at Tampa. Joseph, 1'!"i tl"'l l hi. r,'w' 3,'-',rt.. I' (,",.n.' 1..1'I. l Man tic" 'P"ru' .
12 points.Braga Seven sailing vessels, among cruiser the T"n't and Al. .. ..'.....""... f 1" ..... Nrt. ', rep 1'1..1. owned b%' 1'n) Iurray 01 lit

1 led the Sarasota: attack them several that contended last found the first fart of the "' v-,, I Wcon'i.'e' .. I ----vm't.. ...,nn'n T.n Texaco I. 'ItUc ow Williams Rant. and. ridden br T
dition While hU '01,1 g In ahead
year in the Tampa-Havana race easy 1.,1 K" (" of
liv making 10 maiKeis are scheduled to participate in the Jr.. 13, Mldrd the boat ti ',"I'i ': i f"! star 1,.;'-iii-.Niil ropi.rt.nlHii.li owned hN Claude St ph 1ll.
Girls :Not S.i I.lu'ky race. The boats range from 40 to a few feet of the ray he c.. ","wl.-l.pnk' Kit'r. 221 1 H "I1. pre>', Romor M red by

The Venice squaws wow not antoitumtr TO fet in length, Gibbs said and his home-made harpoon rig de'ij mkrnlnll 116. Ilitli, K.rie 202:>.and-Sam Huh Whivlfr Kny. k.-ndnll 626' Vkuyki aid tables Cum ', Nokomis. tYfI<<

tll their brother Faced will be manned ty: veteran racing Into the monsters body. Then I', >nd ll. SJ7.: and Bernie P.itnh. on Pird: and iw
N IT..WI after an hour's fight with a fi"- 453 gained onfiirno by dd
by A squad that won the South eighths inch line, he brought/ tlndmi .-N<>t reported "Dixie"
l Race (Marts at Night
Florida OirlH Championship last to within 10 feet of the boat I Another series of rain ut
year. they bowed h)' a 45 to 13wire The contenders will leave Davis and pumped six 30-calibt bullets held Jan 1 6 and on even
Island about 10 p.m., Jan. 14, and I Sunday during the
Into the giant body. New Shuffleboard Head season
end their battle just off the Venice
mg to
started Cum
That if when the trouble spokesman f f1r
OoairIId/ 'l Roux of Sarasota ntt jetties around noon the next Joseph said later. The ray went Wants More Members racing promoum
lad to tmploy her first however string, day. They will be. met by an official i'completely crazy," snapped the I I I I -
throughout the game boat and
: judge's a cannonor
| rope "like it was kite string and George Stauch retired resident of
-*nd Coach 'Do' Peur's girls whistle will be set off as the
? lever gllip trying. Martha winner crosses the finish line. threatened to upset the boat as he Avenue Des Parques was elected Community Chest Dm
'flailed around. Only by forcingthe
Mains was the leading local shut- The local fishing promoter sail president of the Venice Shuffle- Totals
'Fast and Able" to live up to $815 More Wu
s maser and piled up seven points he had been trying to get the its name did the sportsmen escape board Club at a reorganization ;
fur her *idi. Tampa club to send its racers to
last A total nf m.oo
unscathed it is understood meeting in the Civic Center has bits
Venice for more than two years. from the lotted so fir in the
The ray has been seen week. He succeeds Mrs Lester Venice-.
but that negotiations did not bear air at least once since then It mis arem fir t Community C
fruit until this week. Arrange Luck! '.
I was located about two miles northof Drive, it was announced 11
ments were mad by CommodoreIsbon Venice Stanch said one of his main objectives bv Campaign Chairman i t.
CENTER G. Llnebiugh and other
will be to increase mem-
Davis Island club officials at the
bership of the group, which plays Additional contribution
Tarpon Center Tuesday night. alarmed -
Traffic safety experts are also have him made Blalocki
Tables All of the racing boats will bebroulI'ht nightly on the courts opposite the I
but known
of are hems
at the Increasing tendency
into Venice Bay for the
city hall ,Those who would like to campaigncrktrj have alt
night when the contest is o\er It motorists to wear sun glasses' or
n join can do so by signing up at turned in their pledge cult
4 YEXICE INLET: Is understood dinner will be ,
"t tinted lenses at night a* a
urged that such workers
Punta Rasa Correction) given at tV Tarrv'n Center Restaurant the Chamber of Commerce headquarters
means of protection against g'ticfrom their reports to him u 11IIII
't n llrh Low In honor cf the inning In the Civic Center, he
i = Fri.. Jan, ,Ik am II:57 IMHCHO crew An official welcoming committee oncoming m. said possible
"tt 1! 02 will be appointed by Gibbi Studies conducted by experts he drive wilTI continue 11IIII
|m : pm Both tourlsU and
..,,, permanent end of January This
Jnn a \JII
1109 urn *:H Kin next \\"dc. show this practice Is decidedly: residents
are eligible. A meetingof
7 of thp Sarasota
:in i>m 12:19 1 pm part
1 Fun. Jun eI tin am The !St Petersburg Power dangerous to follow Marvin L all those Interested In the sport Communlt Chest Drive, all
y 7:M longton. Scnmdrrn' in also due to come here will be held
at the Civic Center at
Hollowav. manager of the TamPa sponsored locally bj the
J.I". I"
4:16 ant the weelt' after the race
7:30: p,m., Monday, Jan. 17 Club.
MM pinT I Motor Club, said this we k.
_.. J.". 11 it :IK am
,1 0:27 Inn I . . . . f. R .
w.4.. .hn. II I'J an, The b y.<' varsity basketball . . t Ill

1h..,.. Jas .::1\ ._ lOtl pin G:14 an, I hqi.ililll take on Alva tonightat .
F ..1. J..", 11 11:11: urn TJ1 and the Inn gym. after a preliminary OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

-0- contest by the bo 's' "B"
r t it n BOATS rem RENT I squad agtfrtmt! Palmetto Junior HI. : VENICE COUNTRY CLUB

MHO Per DIN: and 11 The girls will not ilav And to I

t Live BallTackle : avoid conflict with !a scheduled : GOLF COURSE

PTA mtetirs; next Tuesday night, a

: the boys and girls games scheduled 9 Holes 60 cents All Day i iMIORT $1.20
4 1 : against Alva that night will
f;+ 1m postponed until Wednesday. (Including Golf and Social IVi ilec,".>
WEEKLY *IJ: \lox'rlLTBlind :

Bogie Sweepstake Tournament-Jan. 9-16 Induce

Entrance Fee 50' Cents
slosh 's tavern i
: Rinber Sweepstake Tournament During Month of JanuifJ

r Entrance Fw One Dollar

s t / ,*! "The Bright Spot on the Trail" p PAT HALL, Professional Lessons By Appointment

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Saturday Night January

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Package Dept. Specials i ok-i, VENICE COUNTRY CLUB .

KRIEGEK BEER (cans) $1.00 CasaCAKLINO'S 44
RED CAP ALE 'cans) u u '. $4.00 Cass ok
CHEAT WESTERN N. Y. State \\lnn $1.00 fifth

CINZANO: IMPORTED Vt.R: IOt'TII".. ...$198 Fifth ok JOHNNY EDMONDSON and His Orchestra

JOHN COLLINS 90 Proof GIN. .' $1.7S PintA
Your Host and Hostess will be

I3.TS value. Fair Trade Law prohibit us

y advertising this brand lit the price offered. off EVERYONE INVITED ADMISSION FREE


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