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: January 14, 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
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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: UF00079934:00153
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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I HIGHLIGHTS OF THE KMI WELCOME CERE- commerce, hands orange juice to the boys as they
Ftrr MONY Mayor Louis Suter (top left presents Ie aye train Upper view shows whit' tho (aoiU. .
) a key to the city to Cadet Major William Schul/! have been waiting for: pretty girls at the orange

(if Des Moines, Ia. Thnts the ma'or' sen who I juice stand The young Hil"K! arc left to right! I' I
I looks like he s aoout to take a bite out of tile gilt Shirley Bow don, Thclnu Ball Margaret Maeattc. I
tnrmcnto In lower left photo J. Lelghton
I publicity director cf the chamber of Photos by Don Crawford I

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KMI Cadet Corps Arrives

For I5th Winter SeasonVenice


Awaiting Police Station Venetians

Wanders Again Give school

Yachts .'
Vtniics 'wandering poll"p

station which left the Civic Con

Greeting Group Named ter last September to return to >U Big Hand

For Saturday f Finish former headquarters in the old I Cadets of the Kentucky Military
chamber of commerce building on
Institute, arriving here aboard
Final preparations were being! the Tamlaml Troll la right 'back
I their special train last Hiday, got
made here today: ; for Venice par. where !it star l'd. a royal welcome from several hun-

ticpation In thp first major yacht It was moved back to the CivicCenter dred school boys and girls, men,

race to end in local waters last week became: J. E women, and city officitls at the fr
The race is to begin around ]0 Seaboard Air Line Railroad Station -
Bartlttt Sr., who holds a lease 01
oclock tonight when the yachts, .
seven large sailing greyhound. the city.owned building, sub!a: The platform was jammed when: )

t manned by veteran sport crews, the police space to Ailta Craver the train pullpd in at t):25 pm, Sf Sfnearly

shove off from the Davis Island for use as fruit stand and candy one and one-fourth hours

Yacht Club: near Tampa. ihop Mist Graves this week open- late. And as soon as the grey-clad i
It is to end sometime around cadets began to pour out the
branch of her Ncstlowood
noon tomorrow when the winnerof ed a doors, the welcoming throng
the 65-mile contest spanks Sweet Shop there swarmed around them for handshakes -

across the finish line just off the While apparently agreeable to kisses or just plain grind 3 '

Venice Inlet jetties.Greeting the police, the shift was rather Some of the boys, after dumping

Committee Mirprislng Bartktts lease was their baggage into a trailerprovided
Councilman Victor li
declared void by the city council by: City
Among the ararngeinenU today' R"ttj, hurried behind! the station -
November because of nonpayment
in and started! Immediately for
was the appointment by George 1
Ft of rent, but was given bark lh
school''Intpr" quarters in )
S Gibbs Jr., owner 9f the Tarpon the
to him after he had pointed out But others were
of town
Center, of an official committeethat tenter
he would operate a tourist information ol n baggage
will greet the yacht crew herded in front r
there and wculd let
when they come Into the Inlet. desk truck OP the center of the plat-
the station occupy the bacb:'
Those named were Ernie Peter, police form, where a makeshift speakers -
Venice; Stanley P. Richardson, room free of chargeBartlctt stand had been u,-t up. i
will continue to operat.
Englewood: Phillip E. Coon and real Key to thp City ti tWhile
the Information desk and a high school girls pasted ti
John A. Washington Jr., Nokomis -
i office In the building it is the
I estate juice under
and Frank Hornn, Vernon L. out free orange
Mason, Lambert G. Neff, and Wil- understood. The council approved direction of J. Leighton (Count)
at Its
sublease to Mist Graves of the
liam P Holley, all of Treasure Island Cornwell, publicity director
/- World Flier HereGeorge All are private boat enthusiasts meeting Monday nightEernshaw's chamber of commerce. a key to i
he city was presented by

Truman, who completedtrip I-- The committee will await the Son Dies Louis Schulz Suter to of Cadet'Des Moines Major ,William Ia.- r

around the world last year Toronto Canada to Miami. racers in a 23-foot Chris Craft of furnished by A.
Jl days in a Piper Cub "fliv- I The flier landed hit famous ficial boat Gibbs said, and will!, Kirk Earnshaw, 39, son of ColA The oranges and were A. W Moremen, I J
plane, wa. guest yesterduy. plane at the Alb e Municipal' Air- help act as judges In the contest C, Earnshaw of Hupch China B Hider' aftl'lr'' giving tho (
n at the Venice Rotary Club port coming hero from SarasoU. It will also attend a dinner that! died Jan 7 In St. Josephs Hos- The mayor that, he cald would be

tint at the country club. With The ship Is covered with flagsof will be held for the racing crewsat pltal at Hot.Springs, Va., accordIng greeting Venice, Italy"
"If this were
was Cliff Edwards, who M- all the nations he visited in his the Tarpon Center alter the to a story In a recent Issue of used that "life starts 1
ed Truman 11a second plane' world flight and also with signatures yachts are brought Into Venice the New York Times. He was Industrial I told the cadets arrive" He 4
celebrities he met editor of Modern here when you boys
the of Bay for the night. relation
record-breaking flight
Truman spoke to the group Truman Is making a tour of the A cannon or whistle will be fired Industry Magazine of New said the town enjoyed on""every and pro-declared 4"
re were 20 member and 30 state and other parts of the country or blown when the first boat York City and had been 111 for gram that you put are '

sta Present about his num- I In the interest of light aircraft crosses the finish line, according only a short time A letter from "everyone Is glad you city's'
traced the
He also
u. experiences on hit trip He He was brought to Venice to Glbhs, who said the judges Colonel Earnshaw, a former VenIce here. that KMI ,
Lucci of the Wallace member of the Tampa published In the history, told the boys
1, montloned ,another light planerd by Mario would be resident, was
< that ha Mad last Satur- Aircraft Distribution Co. of Sar- (Continued on Page Eight) I Gondolier, only last week. (Continued on Page Eight i i

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VENICE GONDOLIER Friday' Jsmiy ? '

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Siegrist New Council ea-


Fish Dock Case ElectedAt Month-Old Forest Fire !Mysterious Disease Attac

Special Jumps Trail at Air Base Date Palm Trees In
Settled : Cit )
by City A raging woods fire, which ]
has flared up and died out several -

SessionAlbert times southeast of the city I A mysterious blight Is attacking

Ringo Cancels Lease, j for over a month, jumped across date palm trees near the Civic l
the Tamiami Trail near the for- Delinquent
for Park'The I \ Center and possibly other sectionsof Tax
Sells BuiMing Si eg Hut, neWIy.eltctC mer army air base Tuesday ,
member of the Venice City Coun- morning. town, City Building Inspector

'Bu dy'controversy Ringo and between George H. M.I eil, was made president of the mu, Several patches of dry grass. Guy Curwood reported this week Ordinances or]

Gibbs Jr. ever construction of a iiicipal governing body Monday, on the base property were ignited to the city council.
public bait house r-n the old In- night at a special council mecti"gIn but the flames were pit Theaffliction Is .apparenly:

let Re!" v ':lc:i flared up 'ast si.miner the Civic Center. tHe cut by Fire Chief Dewey S.e- caused by an insect that bores Into I Two ordinances both
was nomina cd for the pos 1 phcns before they could sprcfd designed fa rt
and has been hanging fire
by H. S. Bowden, local food shi.p to nearby buildings, The fires jn the cen.er of the tree and eats delinquent the sty
ever since. cam to an am 1\111II
settlement last night owner, who had been president tu the east side of the trail were out the hearts, he said He reported I aonal property on tea! i

Holding its second special meeting the past year < and has ano:hji.' probably started: b>' cattlemen in that the first sign of infestation the Venice City Couscil4"e'e posy
to serve u a council mciuher to clear their pasture -
an attemp
in leis than a week the Venice I was a yellowing of fronds of reading during in \"CiaI.
land, Stephens i-aiJ .
Council passed a resolution last night
Siegrist first declined the nomination I affected trees, which seemed to
considered extremely -
authorizing the city to pay The practice The first
saying he thought Bowdenhad there die overnigh'" after these ordinance PMlida
since symptoms
total of $510 to cancel otngerous
Ringo a settlement nil
"done a good job" and should I al btcki
unitsin I
fire fighting appeared
his lease on the property and are no woods and improvement
.other Ti liens
be returned tor ai term. Iff
trap far title to Its improvements : the area The flames might A tree specialist from the Key amount equal tIhe
declined however, aid fc K
latter ,
> 1IotIaj.
to tne city Four hundred and' sweep lot the city If the wild i =Nursery, Osprey, has been called untlon of the
vote property III
I recelveu a unanimous
fifty dollars cf this amount Is to trom grist all other members of the shifted suddenly I I Into the case and took samples of Its purpose in to amble: oft
pay for a concrete hiock builllng I council the wood pulp and Insect larva of to clear up clyi calnu! !
and several loads of fill *ha 'H1n I'I'' several effected trees last week' lands that have bu Jfto
The other members are Smyth
put on the property'. while tl:c $60 awl Curwood said a report was expected Tong that the tares eunTfel
Brohard, local tavern owner,
balance I U to compensate him for i; propriety Victor Gull i Beach Route IsOK'd I'' from him In a few davs I value of the propc ty.

the rent he had pal on it since I j i I neat re: Siegrist, etYlsOfathr tr Replacement cost of the tree Is I The second ordinance peodit

August I I I executive of a dairy machinery I estimated at between 175 and $100I for the certification! tothtJ
Pubic Mock HunniHl dl.trlbulon firm and moved here for CanalUnless t I each. attorney etch April 1 of i] |J

The citys plans for the property : In 1917 I The council this week also discussed arty on which taxes trrtnj

'. according to Council President Brohard was named vice president removing a number of the more years de'inq'reat.Itiliopa,
Albert SiegrNf Include! construe of the council after Siegrist there are further changes date palms in the Island On W vides for the city attorney qa

tion of a public dock! and other had been elected to the top po....) In plans the Florida West Crajt ,,, Venire Ave. declaring they were force cC'IlNtfcn of said Ia
Il'creathn facilities: for public use. The meeting was sparsely attended Canal will :0 through he Venice', gUting so large they were a menace through lawsuits or other ae
The area has been platted as a since no advance notice that I Leach district if it is completedat I to traffic. Mayor Louis Su'er: ods, and is intended to end h
public park aid blcgrlst sail the was to be held had been mat epublic I all. I i iI i recommended taking out every practice of some property arm
settlement until] make lf possible other tree of ignoring tax bills! for flll
This was Indicated by commissioners
to devikp] it for hit purpose Theouncll' Other Problem I of the \\ est Inland Navigation At the same time the possibilityof I a time
( resolution thanked R'ngo! The election followed .
a length District Brat'emon when purchasing several hundred / Both ordinances must
for his help discussion about the city waterworks .I they vcUdVeJneaJay to have! conut palms for transplanting onto two more reading before bto.
The settlement tile) carries withit and other municipal proolems their engineer, Joe K, Merrin : the Tamiami Trail was dhcuss Ing law. Second rcaJi in will pal
an agreement bv Cibbs owner During the discussion, Bowden proceed with acquisition of rights Former Council President H. S. ably take place at the rips'
ef the Tarpon Center, to drop alll suggested that the new coun I of'way along this route in Venice Bowden said they would help council session next TuMr
claims against the city in the matter (il adopt a policy of handling all III beautify the trail and could be obtained night
The action effect rejects
He had souznc to block leasing public business at council session i.i In for as little as 50 cents
of the property on he ground In explaining his suggestion, the petition from 75 Venice property I each.

that Ringos plans would cit off retiring president point.d out that I owners, who last month protested l NEED PRINTING'!
that cutting canal through the
iic road and er'!iti! a hazard fo* too many people" expected individual a
iPH'dents of the Tarpon Center lit council members to give attention beach area wculd "construct a'i actual work on the canal cannot Phone THE OONDOIM,
small artificial Island between they j
itj weatnei to problems that properly
cry start unless
sty and the gulf and would do Ir.j jreparable the new congress appropriates -
: The city '!ne lp Into the <>ett should be brought up before the i the Venice 3131.
funds forIt
Si.''rU. aid, because of council as a whole. He said this I damage. to property necessary
't' Lark p" .r i .., and because; had taken up many hours of time alues I
i there WM a chant that either' that he should have devoted to hi: The commissioners took note r
" Gibhs or P:ngo would sup the cUy' business and that while he was I however, of the tact that several i
II if an I\,- rr'm'nt."cre not reached -, "\\ to give ny time" he felt houses ore now on the proposell! l THE
Such I IgAtinn! would have public interest would be better route They Instructed their engineer '
been extremrpxo"nqlve for thf(1 served If such masters were held I to make luch changes u( Royal Palm Dance Studio. !
city 'f it dP\e'opH! he asserted. over for council considera'ion.To may be acceptable: and more ben
illustrate his p. inc Bowden I eficlal to property owners affect
Orders Farm Girl recalled that he had spent an entire led." Such changes would of IS ACCEPTING REGISTR\TIOS fOR
Judge afternoon arranging a lease course, have to be approved by
Out of Town for Shooting for an Ohio sign company that setup the army engineers I Acrobatic ,Toe Billet! :ant

a plant in a former army buiid Armj's Sund
Mrs Katherine Davis Venice ing at the air base Not only William L. Woodard of Laurel Baton Twirling
Farms girl who pleaded guilt should this have been done by the! a member of the commission toM!

ftov 10 to a charge of assault: ; council as a whole, t-e said, but It the Gondolier that the groups decision EACH SATURDAY MORNING
with intent to murder In the sec- meant nothing" since the ownerof was based on a letter from ...
end degree, was placed on proba- the firm joined a Sarasota sign U. S. District: Engineer Willis E IN HALL ABOVE GULF THEATKF BLDG

tion for five years when she appeared comp I v and gave up the building Teale of Jacksonville
before Circuit Judge U. T. after only 30 days here. In reply to a commission request '

Harrl..on for sentencing In Sarasota .- The council Indicated it approved that he survey alternative
this wppk Bjudtnu suggestion,. but took I rcutes for the canal, Tcale said I
The probation carries) ft number no d_finite action on It. that such surveys had been mad
of conditions that were laid down Adams Leads Discussion I and that the beach route would:
by the judge Including a requirement The wacrwork discussion watt be at least $300000 cheaper than !Keep 'Em Happy
that she make her home "Ina lad by S. Jarvis Adams, chairmanof the least costly of the ulterna
place other than Venice." She the board of trustees of the live routes. Cost of the beach route
balsa forbidden to hang out in city waterworks Most of his explanations was estimated at $623500.*

jook joints. possess weapons with were devoted to familiarizing Teale added that one of the ill Your Livestock and
out court pernilflon or use liquor the new councilmen with tcrnatives would necessitate relocating -
to excess : technicalities of waterworks op- U S. Highway. better
Mrs. Davis 20 wa BTP+ej In cratiei and problems known as the Tamiaml Trail; tha Your Wife!
August and accused of firing a Among o her things, however another would require highway
shot that lodged In the h...rl of "'" he brought out that the water drawbric'gc and that a third lour animals will like our
\ tricia Blumfi;Id. 11, of Venice ByWays board had recently been plagued wruld force boats to enter th-
The Incident wai the re v11 with a series of line breaks acid "cpen unprotected 'waters of the X-CEI: FEEDS and jour, ,,
of an argument with Pa'!I"I,,' other difficulties In maintainingthe gulf and that It was doubtful wife will
simply LOVE thidreks
randmother, Mrs Arthur Wagner water plant and lines taken that this could be considered .

over a guava-picking exp edition >- ever front the V S. governmentwhen feasible for an Inland waterway. -pi Int bags that they cones
that the youngster and Mrs the cl'y acquired the Venice The letter stated the engineers
Wagner had made In a field near Army Air base prop>rtv, were still open to any suggestionsbut In. .

the home of Mrs. Davis' parents. I Mrs Helga West Siede, city that the only legal alternative l Horse Feed 160 lbs. $.1'i
The Blumfield girl recovered Continued on Page Seven to the beach route would . .

holders seem to to be pay for the Venice difference property between I Farm Feed (Shorts) 100 lbs. $3 .

Venice Shoe Repair Shop U cost route and they that referred of the alternative 'Yellow Corn . 100 Ibs. $1

Although rifth if-wav purchases $tf

can be made Immediately, Scratch Feed '. e .100 Ibs. ,
Rear of Arcade
Barbershop. I 100 Ibs. A
I II Laying Mash .
Opposite Post Office llomrs 0.' .0
BOAt Dock
Cottage Sea HnHn I I Dairy Feed 100 lbs. $t,

A Complete Modern Concrete Work I 0 .

Shoe Repairing and II I We Also Ory A Compete Ljne oGARDEN !l'1fR

,:;1 Leather'Vorh LAWN AND TREE FERI1J.UoI"o

st..: : W. H. BEAR

Venice Food Shopr

Frank C. Raeburn Owner ,
"We Make Sick ;
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t fences Well" For Pickup and Delivery Phone tSU Bay PL. Nokomis 'Vffalee tSZt Venice AV4e [

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JOE Y11NTI 4O GONDOLIER Classified Ads

t Tax: bp1'IoLZS do your Resuscitator'Drive Advances cost little, yet produce fine r.- 1
Just Phone 311.
tins. oilts. Just phone Venice 3131 before

Auxiliary Drive Woman's Club Rotary, Catholic Church S p.m. Wednesdays. c

PLUMBER Join Contributors List
Group Is Named Florida ComfortBrand

Extends Donates Two more organizations added
A new, completely fur
I committee of American Le. their names yesterday to those
Hearty Welcome gion Auxiliary members was chosen nished apartments each with
contributing to the fund for
drive for funds for a reiua- purchasing .
bedroom, kitchenette
this living room
toKMiH week to aid In the city'sdrive
or pulmotor, to be
bought Venice
a area resusclta-
and tile bath In shopping
also for funds to buy a resuscitator by local civic groups for emer.
for the area. gency use throughout the Venice tor. district, only 5 blocks from 0

"KS Mrs area, received a boost this week The first the beach.
US y Meyers, chairman of from the Venice-Nokomls Wom was Rotary Club
rN this auxiliary group, said the com an's Club. which first proposed the projectbut Moderate RentI

MCVQCJ mittee members would include Members of the club, meeting did not actually start fund
Mrs Lester Luckey, Mrs. Ralph Wednesday afternoon at the Cult- I
OUST breeze Hotel, voted to donate drive. The Rotarians voted to contribute : Year
$100 Season -
G. Simpson, Mrs. T. S. Eddy, Mrs. Month -
WHATPLUMBING for the project from the group's S50
Anne Surls, Mrs. Ben Dunn
I Mrs
A=' treasury The women thus becamethe For InformationWrite
Th Y The second
Richard Curry and MM. Emma third organization to make was the Epiphany
Reilly\ The first four will work In contributions to the drive, since Catholic Church, Fr. Charles Els- or Call
-SPeciF Venice, while the others will\ conduct the American Legion had previously lander notified officials of the local S. P. Smnjur 2673
donated $100 and the Vcn- American
the drive in Nokomls. Legion, drivo sponsors -
ce-Nokomls Parent Teacher Asim that he 'was committing his Venice, Florida
Further details of the campaign another $56
church to & $56! ) donation.
will be worked out at an auxiliary AA Present ,
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Fifty members and 18 guests -
meeting at 8 next Monday
were present at the meeting which z
night in the Legion Hall on E. was in charge of Miss Arita
Venice Ave. A date for the forth Graves, club president. The business -
coming February Poppy Sale will session followed a three- The Anchorage
course luncheon served under the
also be
decided upon at the ic:
personal direction of Chef Mathews -
sion Junior Auxiliary memberswill of the hotel. Rex. Mohun,
C? have charge of the latter project Eagle Point, also entertained the NOKOMIS. FLA.
club with that
a travelogue ne illustrated -
N EDA Pi UMBER ? with colored slides.
BE Witt HI' < GOOD. The auxiliary will give away a Plans were made during the
blanket at the American Cancer session for Dr. Leonard W. S. Announces the Opening of Its
Stryker, minister-in-charge of the
I i Society Dance tonight In the Civic
St. Marks Episcopal Church, to
!J Center
present a review of Winston
Churchill's latest book, "The Gathcring ,
IN A HURRY Storm. The review will be Dining RoomBy
PHONE 3461If given at the next club meeting,
scheduled for 1:30 p.m. Jan. 28 i In
No Answer, Call 2955 Macatee's Restaurant In Nokomis.

VENICE TAXI I Party PlannedA Reservation OnlyOn
U-DRIVE-IT CARS card and games party was
so planned for Jan. 31 at the 81-1
Center Funds realized will be
the benefit of the club's building Roberts Bay Phone 3365
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Nokomis, will be chairman of the

ENGLE'S TEA ROOMON I party. No admission will be charged Turn west on Sunset Drive ;";1: ,

Hostesses at Wednesday's mert- Just North of Roberts Bay Bridge
HIGHWAY 773 ENGLEWOOD i log were Mrs George M. Edmond-\ 1.
son and
PHONE VENICE 2486 Mrs Sam Colgate. J

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Tired of Winter ? .1
Luncheon 12-2 Dinner 5'lo. :

SUNDAY DINNER HOURS: 12:45 2:30 5:30 S:30J: -.THEN.- 11

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In the old Chamber; of Commerce Building

Tumlaml Trail and Venice Ave ..

Citrus and Other Quality

Sulphur Swimming Pool

IV vENICE FO ,me Walking Distance from Beach

r STONE GROVE CITRUS FRUITby Cocktail Lounge and Patio .

Box, Basket or Dozen-
Dining Room Open Daily
or AI You Wlfth.
100 Rooms with Bath

HOME MADE ICE CREAM Very Moderate Rates

Single $5 $7 Daily Double $8 $10 Daily
Monthly Rates from $120 Single $180 DoubleAll

GULF THEATRE BUILDING Quotations European Plan American Plan on Request
AIM Be Reopened For Reservation
Write LOIS WIEOERT, Mf r.- or- PHONE 3101 ri "

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"'###H'' .#H-H'H'4 ''''4'' Cancer League I Engle Women i Community Cuf, H04 (

r Group IncreasesAn Mrs. Sonja Terry wlilit I t rtf
Janie's Jottings next
I Thursday, 3all. -4
CommandersAddress members 'Ilk
increase In membership and of the!, CoIIUII>
By Janet T Conover t financial standing for 1948 was reported i. Club at her horsy Ilk.. lty[
to<< the members of the Lemon St. ..

; Gondolier Social Editor jj PTA Bay woman's''CIub, Englewood, The meeting '',
when they gathered for their first will start ill' ttti'
and the '.
ing of the new year last Friday hostess win '
of interest to Mr. and Mrs. mee entertala"
Venice and 1U history are special afternoon in the clubhouse. monologues. ti,

Winfield S .Wallace Sr. of MidJletown N. Y.. who are spending a weekat I Members Hear About I With 40 members In attendance, y

Memo's Apartments on W. Venice Ave. Reason is that Mr. Wallaceis Disease, Dance the meeting was called to order

a retired locomotive engineer and was a member: of the Brothti- I and presided over by the club GULF leal

hooa of Locomotive Engineers at the time the union founded Venice I Comic Book Check 'president, Mrs. Maud Ryon. Other
reports were presented by committee .
He is still member. The Wal
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speaker at the Venice- heads and Mrs. Ryon appointed JTheatre
laces are planning an extensive G. Beattie at their home on the a nominating committee to select -

tour of the state of FIC'rlda-thls I I I Gulf are Mr. and Mrs. James Dixon Nokomis Parent-Teacher Assn. officers for the 1949 season. phone III
evening at the ONE: 'IJOW
In their first trip to the Sunshine of Philadelphia, Pa. Mr. Dixon meeting Guest Speaker Box N Cllt,
Stite-and expect to return tv is a sport fishing fan -- we nope hign school was Mrs. Elizabeth I Guest speaker for the afternoon, Shaw Suns' Optm j:.I1
Strong commander of the Sarasota Arc. Sam Hummel of Point Com. 'it
Venice after their sightseeing tour he's getting nome big ones. Matinee
County Cancer Soc irty. M's. tort. was Introduced to the group Sunday fJPage
to settle for the winter They have -o- Scott cf the sorl.-ty's : by Mrs. F G. Friend, chairman of Box Office Open J.J'
Funds i Pa
this to fa": lrJrlrla Is a wonder Some more out-cf-towners *'h'> bet' the entertainment committee. Mrs. how start, I j rot

land and Venice, on the Gulf of vacationing in Venice are Mr NUn y office, scheduled to Hummel gave a review of a book Short Subject Show Blast
guest speaker, was unable to at- rntltled "A Guide to Confident aad After the
Mexico, a lovely town. We think and Mrs S. S. Rcby of Saglnav! Frato",
tprd.Jrt.. Living" by Norman Vincent Paele. -0__
so, too. Mich who at Pear I
are staying Friday:
served and
Refreshments were by a
-0- son's Guest House; Mr. and Mr*. Strong' tsllc f..llo-ed the I committee headed by MM. Frank HX. H.U .

Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Eddy of A- Roy S. Blowers md family! o' eh'nyirg cf a somd film about Bowdler.The MONTE HALE la

bee Rd. have \been entertaining Westfield, N. Y. at the Dimps ii.ni.-( r. The film] was entitle!, club will next meet on Jan. "Timber Trail" M

Mr. Eddy's brother and sister-in I Apts.; Mist Jacqueline Farrar t' Ti'aitcr Within." She i-lahora'ed 21. Guest speaker for the diy will --AUo.MUSICAL .

law, Mr. and Mr. J. H. Eddy of Brooklyn, N. Y. at the Giilfbreiie! ..r, .'\1 (ell. point' of tlu I'1m i.ndaik be Mrs. Rupert Smith of Arcadia SHORT 1.1
Clearfield, Pa., and his uncle and Hotel; Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Jusai.- <> gave Ii resume of national whose subject" will be "The American Plus)

aunt, Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Hail ofNew and family of Columbus. Ohio: land county work of the society. Home. !hlngs"Ldt<"and.t \>"The w_ sad| p"'n
Wilmington, Pa. Mr. G. K. Cherrie of !lelone W
Also present was Mrs. Alpha Chemists! Develop! New Age,.'
-0- Vt.. at the Valencia Apt, and Field, director of information of I Sl'NIUV AND MONDAY
Vacationing at the Which Makes Grass Greener
Hotel VeneKla Mr. and Mrs. John R Livingstonof the sccicty's Sarasota office who MX 18-17

are Jin. M. F. Jones of Now lOll, N. Y, at the Orange Apt. to the "Big City"Feud
poke britfly gioiip.
Conn; Mrs. U. S. Kistler Nokomls. in ,
in Mn--ittan Cum
of Youngstown, Ohio; Mr, and Mention Tonight's Dance Company announced the development with .
-0- of a new' chemical ''-at it
Mrs. E. R. Llndsey of Chicago, Ill.; I In connection with the cancer 4-garet O'Brlin, Ed'vard Amy
claims will '
Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Harry grow grass ner.
Dr. and Mrs. D. R. Parsons of program, Mrs. Sam Colgate, PTA smoother and healthier.It :u'ch Jenkins Robert Praia
Sjoblom of Myrtle Ave. last week
Huntington, W. Va; J. 13. Coreyof president, reminded her audience is called! F 531 fungicide. Du tnTKt Murphy Lotte Lehnm
were Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Shermanof Kkren Booth Danny Thorns
Garden City, L. I., N. Y., and that the Cancer Socie.y's dance Pont says the product controls dol- B"ttv Garret {
Butler, Pa. The couples: hadh'tseen !
Mrs. E. Fowler] of Ransack, Saskatchewan is being held tonight at the Civic larspot a turf disease that causes (Star of "Call Me Mister))
each other since the two men I
bleached spots of dead abouttt
Canada. grass -Also-
Center. She urged everyone to attend
were stationed in the army together as a help to this worthycause. e size of a silver dollar.F Ijitost New, ,"d Carlo.*

A group of about 50 persons at Camp Croft S. C., five I Mrs., Charles McG. Rooert, 531 Is a mixture of calcium, cording; Bel-Trne' "The Dm i
from years ago. zinc, copper and cadmium Du Pont and thhoem3k.I'L'
the Sarasota Trailer Pork I
lieutenant commander for the society -
I says it "also controls copper spot -
rame down to Venice last Thursday -0- ,' In this area is chairman of and pink patch two lesser diseases TCF.cWED.TIIt1l .
for an all-day Dr. and Mrs. Arthur N. Henson JAV. 1 H-IMI
party at the the dance. that sometimes appear In turf
beach. Thy seemed to be having of Hamlin, W. Va., moved, into areas." Jane POM ell. Wallace Bwty"ADateWJlhJudy"
' their winter home Trca- Entertainment at th. PTA meet In
a lot of fun singing to the accompaniment on "The sew turf fungicide Is an undiluted

of a piano accordion, enJoying cure Island this: week Their son Ing was In charge! of the Spanish green-colored soluble powder .

their lunch and swimming Arthur Is a cadet at K'II.0 class of the nlre-K.ikomls High that, mixed with water is easyto In Technlcolar with

They stayed to see the sunset o'erlhp School. The costumed students I apply as a spray," a spokesman I rmen Miranda, Elizabeth W
Sc Beck!!! 1
Stack 'ty
presented a play In Spanish under explained. "It does not stain does Robert
Gulf and Also
then piled into cart down for the winter at tie Leon Ames
and drove back. Worthinftca Apts. since her son, the direction of Mrs. Pearl not corrrie the metal in spray Xtivicr Cufat and Orheatra t tAl
equipment has no odor, and does I
Charles is KMI Plummer, Spanish teacher o-
a cadet Is Mrs. not harm the grass to which it is CARTOON

Guests this week of Mi. and Charles Palmer of Shclbjville, Ky I I t'ornic Book Investigation applied when used according to di A GOOD Capitol's 'Boto5''%'
Mrs. J. Leighton
well, Palm Haven Collate, are :Mrs. W. T. Pett.t: of Young- meeting was the appointment by

Joseph F Bdfiore, a real estate town Ohio, !s the guest for several Mrs. Colgate, of Mrs. Bruce Rig-

broken, and Charles Qulmby, a; weeks ef her ister. Mrs. S by to head a committee to 1II\'el.1 i MAYBE YOU MISSED THIS: {

lawyer. Both are from Washington B. Marshall and Major Marshall tigat the local situation M regards -

D. C., and formerly were business of the KMI faculty.Vacaticning the sale of objectionablecomic : Salesman In Book Store: "Madam, here Is a book on the Kea- |

associates of the "Count." bonks. This is in line witha tucky Cardinal."

-o- at the El Patio Hotel movement being sponsored all
Newcomers to the Venice Lady: "I'm not interested In religious book
Bay for several months are Mr. and ,< ever the country by the National
Trailer Park are Mr. and Mrs
Fred Zinn of Battle Creek. Mich.; :Mrs. Roy Erickson! and son John headquarters of PTA Salesman: "But this Cardinal is bird."

Mr. and I Erickfton of Coluruous. Ind. John
Mrs. Richard W. Roninson I "
1 In response to a letter received Lady: "I'm not Interested In his private life either.
of Brorkton Mass.; Lt. Col was graduated from KMI, In 19HSuyi'g .
and Mrs. from Dr. H. J. Vomasko, of Sa.-,-
T Premm and I -o- :
their three children of Elmira :-*. iota who Is chairman of a newly

V, and Mr. and.Mrs. Alvin Pa.-- at the Worthington formed orginizaMf-n to form a We Also Have
miter of Apts and enjoying our sur.ihin-!
McConnellsville. Ohio. | blood hank in Sarasota County, I j
-0- i I ere Mr.' and Mrs H. P. Myrs, .)f DELIVERY
Mrs. Colgate appointed! Mrs. I). L. FOR REGULAR HOME
Mrs. 0. B. Coomer returned Mt 4is'n.:! Ind : Mr' and ),[rs. H
Sharp trained nurse of Nokomis -
Tuesday to her home In Loui. | L. Ke:.p r cf St-tJ'hb'Jrf. Pa. Mr' LAND 0' SUN MILK
to act as a d"li-jate to at-
ville, Ky., after spending several': and MM W H. Taylor and son.
trd the first ef
i mietlRR the new
days at the Venczia Mn. Coomer E.11!1 Iud: M-. And: MM .I S. Taylor -
crganza; lon. It will 1><' hell ol the
drove her sen BI: down to resume 1 of E*..zabe .'a n Ky Mr and
F ru'ta Hctpl'al at 4 pm. Jan. YOU CAN GET IT AT ALL STORES TOO
his studies At KMI Mr P.. P. lfatt.es '.f Toms

-0- M., b.. and Mr and Mr ? C 1J.

Guests of Mr. and Mr.. \Vrr: <.n Prs of O/ftl: Ohio! P .CM: count awards went to

ORyts: . a .- .I. . . isa' Miss Delltna Jelks' fifth grads EDMONDSON FARMS, Inc.
1 IIIIIj Mrs. Plummer's Pth grad

Ills For the Discriminating! DinerMacatee's Mrs. Dalton won the Good Will PHONE 2371

a ealce. P".freahmlnta were servedby

th. fourth grade mothers.

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o.-t ill S.a Fiats, )C..... r.wgrir .. j 5 hardware . custom furniture that will wd

:." Steno Crajn. P"'i'ul' fru? fey rr r j 5 tests of time and beauty without flattening your pock

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Steaks: Chop,. Uswit.n: ;

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: A La Carte Dinner. Priced from JJ.25 .' _
pI'eM? i, Mahogany. Oak. Corrugated(
-:: ...Ita, -letal Molding Building Hard
t Also I ShMUUnf Yale and
: Our Table
D'Hote Dinners from
$1.50 11''

\ strive to :1trl: We wt cx.utiagVe ap\i4.1.A = .Welll Mlllwork Our r loosest Vesalee-8araeota Area
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>'January li IMC t'
i Crop Without Soil parlor games were played and !*"

(j recent of plaint article without dticulilng loll Dr the Civic Orchestra Plumed' Call to Washington Officiql JiCohmcnti The: guests served ail. former acbaallchums

Stuart of the U. S. depart For Musicians of Area
of Mrs. B Ildt Jr. at Vt- r
f 1 agriculture says: "In ex A Won By Ve-No-Hi No-HI included the Misses Virginia -
td Hindi water culture l it movement has been started Soph
l I. Bowden, Marilyn Mikesefl
of producing crops oi> I to organize an orchestra Sue Ann Everett, Nadine Bayou ?
th similar Crops grown' by made up of musicians from Mary Jo Miles and Betty Uc
...nil toil\ method Superlr the vicinity Youth Wins Contest Johnston.
lion by thlt' method It Tho Idea was expressed this By Naming U.S. Lea less Writing TrofVisiting I
y to b. expected, and un. I
precautions art observed week by Paul Coldensteln. pro- A. result of a content at the HereSherman
fields may be much reduced prietor of the Alpha Music Shop Vcnlce-N' komIa High School last
loll yields." who was one of the organizersof I week Elwood McKinney, a sophomore Conrad of New Yolk

the high school band here. He 1 will be able to telephone a who for the last three years 1m
asked that all persons who can : high government official In Washington been a professor of writing RW"
play -
any kind of
an Instrument
dramatic literature at Bard College
In the near future. -
regardless] of experience-pet '
In touch with him if interested The contest was sponsored by J Annandale-on-Hudson, N. Y
in the project.Goldcnstein Leighton Cnunt> Cornwell. publicity Is visiting Mr. and Mr William
'' added that those director rf the chamber D. Wilson of Harbor Dr. I
> t xx y to. '. who of
have had previous sym commerce. Appearing before Mr. Conrad li "nw on a year's DOCrOK'S OXDKKS
ac phonic experience may also to general leave er absence from the colkg.While .
invited to Join the Sarasota Sym assembly, Cornwell asked We have no pills or
wintering in Venle hi wl
phony Orchestra. George Gibbs ell the students to name eight of
work on a play and a collection of' potions, but we c'in deliver
W and Eleanor T. Woodroffc, own- he nation top officials and gave poems. I'
er and employee of the Tarpon the students W minutes to do so. The writer has also taught at a proscription for
Center. were made directors of The officinU were the secretaryof the School of Letters at the St,,' vs !happiness a m,!-
\ I IE the latter organization at a 8"'". trf''\lrv. commerce, and University of Iowa; has written
meeting in the Sarasota High agriculute; the chief! Justice of tne extensively on drama, and his! Menlo th.it will moan
BACK FROM A PICNIC, School Wednesday nIght, supreme cot'lien attorney gen. published poetry, fiction and cri .. vrrything to Y (J U r.weethcart'
WE MUST BE A SIGHT/ eral, the pro'ecu1' 1\t the Nurem- clam in such well-known mag* n'crata.Ye .
T OF THAT? THIS LAUNDRYEAMOURCIOTHESAIIR'WT berg trial and the prosecutor r..t lines as The Nation, The New Republic sir, K"1QwICH Jo\f- I i
/ Cost of Hurricane tho Japinej,. war irimiral trials Poetry, Saturday Review of fern Is thJlao for
Although the Texas City Tex. In Tokyo. rcKI'"t'y got all but Literature and Accent j }
one name crTt.Anrfher. gifts that put II lift
explosions produced the greatest He is the editor of "Perspective -
single loss of the year. 50 million fontr, ," a national quarterly of literature a"d a lit. Into everyday ; A
'ollars. the terrific hurricane that The phone mlin! be arrangedby and the arts. a Ii ing. !
CornweH In a'vanre and metyinr .
---- -
swept Florida
and the Gulf states
last September threw the great.eslItraln exept'lode PresMrn'any jrvr'nmfTit Truman. official Corn- Boldts Hold Shower KNOWLES

:.n ;me fire insurance com well aM It \'-toll pf>t"bv ben Fred JEWELERS
Mrs. Eoldt
Sr. mid h.-
panles aiustmg; faeilUei This 'nde this v-ek provide young Post Office Arcade
daughter. Miss Jackie IMilt were
hurricane resulted in more than McKinney recovers from R bad I hostesses last Thursday evening "'
70,000 claims, and an insurance told enough to feel up to the "big their home In NokomIs nt a .h.".'.
tot estimated at approximately 20 mom nt." er for Mrs. Fred Boldt Jr. The lao.I .
mW10D dollars, The publicity urn Is also cpotiforlnff I ter was Miss Bettye Edgier before
an essay contest at the her marriage on D"26.. my M
++fffffffffffffiff4 ftf3'ff'f2''f'ffi t Fti-tttft nchnol With a limit of 1W! I After opening of ir'al"gift:
; p rl<%!lD3"*fi are to tell "''wordl'l:
OR AD TO SERVE YOU !Should: Join' and Support .
140 Chamber of CemmTce." Some 125
140 entries WIT furp<," over early thin t
Repairs on All Makes: of :41Cid \v'ptn Miss Mildred McAmis,
/ i English teacher, and she submitted 0Lp A
(Q a Radios Also on Solovox, the six boot by boys and air

Repair Record Player: :, :and Hammond : bv for girls final to judging.the chamber yesterday

()rgal\\i. :t On bny and one girl will be ef'
pto lectcd as winners of this eon'e'
The prl'P" for each will inrlude a
One Day Service I! dinner for twn persons at any: restaurant -
pto of their choice movie(
tickets for two. and two of the
I Work Guaranteed ..- Over 20 Years Experience "goolt**" sundaes that can be
H.mit.tv's found In town.Country .

Radio ServiceOPEN 140 I. Club Restaurant

9.-SO A.SL: TILL 5SO P.M. :t Starts a Nw Schedule

Ln'"DOD APT. BLDG. ?" W. MI I MI AVE. :t I With the Christmas and holiday
_I PHONE 2603 1- 140 rush now over the management cl
ptoffiJfiiffffiffffifffffiffffffffffffffififff the Venice Country Club has announced -
that the club restaurant
will resume Its normal schedule.
I Special weekly feature will be D/
the PuMi-'''"' nip* dl"nerdancethe ,

IOUSEWIVES WANT 'E)I Tuesday nigi' buffet sunpers
HP* the Thursday evening dinner E GUAES r.
and card playing sessions. Luncheon -
-WE GeT 'EM AT LAST will b.. served on these three ,'
div. too and sandwich luncheons SHOW
on the ether days of the week. ,
During the holiday nelson the
restaurantas open daily






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Published every Friday. Editorial And business office. SIS West ; s '

Venice Avenue, Venice Florida. P. O. Box: 632. Phone Venice S1S1. Atn wingseems a1A efaVK1
fee MAY A. 1019 v+na
Entered at cvnd-cUts matter June 6, 1948, at the post office taou joM, wks
it Vtnict, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Ip the '..
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the '
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months, 75e. Classified advertising ritti 2 cent per word, first 20 the
...words I cent per word for each additional word. the AU l lettell

name or Itt
FETE S. CONOVFRJ4NET .. ....... ..... .. .. ....... .... ....... Editor and Publisher withheld p.

T, COVO>'ERWOW4RD .... ...........?.. ............ ......._.......... Office Manager COllllnuniCitilra

K. KRILEV. .. .. ........... .... ..... ...... ........ Shop Foreman TIlt Idllt
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the wi jJMIUPJ',
1011 Edition L -- .

This. edition of that Gondolier-with 16 page and a press run of _

lkJO( copies, it will be the largest yet published by the present ownersf '

the paper-,Is a tribute to the cadets and faculty of Kentucky Military Mr Sute, '

Institute osAQ M y11D KMI boy i h

It demonstrates in a very concrete fashion the sentiments of the to se tae uawsv v4RD the city of T9

jOxiplc of V.mlce-merchllnts, city official and visitors. It does so far 111 on AtIES AFTei rns+DS to lower the

better than anything we could say in words. So we'll let it do the In It

saying. adding only tint our complimentary remarks of last week an to Mayor to.'

more sincerely meant than ever. want the-- |

To the KMI officials and merchants who helped us prepare the FROM THE they :*

stories and advertising copy, we extend our deep appreciation. \Vlthtut But

their cooperation the edition would not have been pu- slble. And Cadet Writer the boji fe|

} we think that special tribute should be paid to J. Leighton (Count) Trip from Kentucky

Oornweil, publicity director of the chamber of commerce, and to others that liei|
(Editor's Note: Tils space, usually '
oho handled last Friday's KMI welcome ceremony at the Seaboard until they t*
other columnists, will he turned o\er to look touch
Air Line station
We hope, Incidentally, that the paper will "hit the streets" on Til- tar)' Institute during the school's stay here. : tetplntyi I
but believe all will help give :
day as bfhedulcil If it does not, we ask our readers' indulgence, and frequently, we '
activities of the KMI corps.) have the
that they remember thai u small town hop can do just so much in a Into the I !

fcivtn: time We'll be able: to work faster, when and if Venice grows By Lee HarterThis do contribik

Targe enough to allow us to increase the size of our staff and mechanical is the story of the Kentucky Military life, But >|

facilities cold north to the sunny shores of Venice the cadeti U

Most of the cadets who live above I Diggers. '
!)' )'r'I',
New Council PresidentThe city's Union Station on Thursday morning

tot the long journey. Bgt. Ghee and Capt. S udtlllr t
Gondolier wishes to extend its congratulations to Albert Sie- Hip U
welcome them back it seems
.4'rli., one of Venice's new city councilmen, on his election as council
these two are always on hand to
president at a special meeting Monday night in the Civic Center. America
greet us for the opening of a new
It is unusual for a public official to rec'lveluch an honor so earlyn For
.r>.rm-and shortly after 9 a. m. the
hs: career. Hence it is evidence of the high esteem that other :
cadets crowded aboard the train. Oils
members of the council have for the 42-ear-old retired dairy and
The departure was uneventful \
hinery executive, who moved here In 1947 from White I'lclns, N. Y.Tne ma'j facture of
that learned that one
Gondolier Is pleased with the choice-not only because of theeditor's ] except we ly use. attend'r
Cincinnati boy had been left be-
personal regard for Siegridt but because we feel he has quaillie ing

that will be extremely valuuuie to the council and the community.When : hind. He apparently was under perfume.
the train did Is almost by Your
the Impression not
running for office, Siegrist stressed his belief that 'good .
1Iulin" iiiuibgpment" was one of the greatest needs of our local i leave until Friday. Editor's Note: selfsame< .nd

.government We agree with that contention and, while it Is too early So we're we1)! and did not finally cerin for

for positive knowledge, we believe he is equipped to supply the type get in Venice until 40 hours after cants, E. Blades'the !

of leadership necessary for such management. He also has what h; the rest of us Five other cadets for planes Medical A*'

inscribed as "a lot of time on my hands," and thus can spend hourson were also left stranded in J*..*h- tin plating '

city affairs that active local businessmen could III afford \ille when the "prompt" special plating. A DOCTOR

In connection with ibis last statement, a special vote of public the KMI train 1 I. always prompt or other possess m. diyi u doini hick all nil*
better-pulled out ahead of lime
appreciation is due to Council bard Iran i
retiring President H. S. Bowden, who Prior to be
A kind parent drove them to thenext wd s
nominated Siegrist to fuccccd him per cent benches
and will remain on the board a* anumber.
stop, however, and we were sumed doctor drive h
all together again. Asia but model of W h
Few people realize the amount of time that Bowden has devotedto Train Life saying sal
come to inn s4e
municipal affairs during the past year, not only at lengthy council Acton aboard the train started of Middle grandpartnii"

meetings but during hours that he should have been occupied within shortly after the noon meal. Several ductinn the wm """J

own business. As he stated at Monday's meeting, "people seemed card games were started, The I 's new Ill*
some slept and some worked phys'W'
to think I had authority to speak for the whole council and insisted crossword puzzles One lad turned on. the lemon mW be termsd t

':n dragging me out of my store for two or three hours at a time." to the cadet sitting next to hint vetiver,, Thi, 32

Jt is true that many of the council's actions during the past year and asked, "What Is a female served standpoint te 1; s

Cave been severely criticised-sometimes with justice. Yet .. spite any sheep"? It has to be a three-letter The E11111
word. "Ewe" el"J7ll ,
was the
errors of commission or omission, no one should forget that Bowden and boy, was that purzle fan mad: tablished seldom | |
and the other members of the processing car
old council gave freely of their time Since the special was made up mowed liii vote

and effort without compensation or hope of direct personal gain of day coaches, sleeping was pretty the -

If the rest of us were equally willing to donate our services<< In rough. But we managed to get hours sun ttn"ceJL bit

the public Interest, Venice might be In far better shape than It Is through that night and the Ill filiation to, l'' 'in ern iPe
today without murdering each other. AI ;| it"K f
ped with
_. though we made numerous steps
cnroute, no one was allowed off cutter. the plo
Nuisance Taxes the train until we got to Tamp After I
on Saturday. There money wa I s family ''sO
A story In the Tampa Tribune recently reported that St. Petersburg distributed for lunches and the It was I kept home 1Wi

hard-pressed for municipal finances, had adopted several unusual While waiting for our special f> States those of ills M
plies of
revenue measures. These were said to include a two cents per corps "raided" the .ity. in
be hooked onto the Venice train main
package tax on cigarettes, H 10 percent gross receipts tat on amuso of be and
some us boarded a bus to see
vents, and a garbage collection, tax. the sights of Tampa. We hadn" tropics i itf his t

A series of stories in the Sarasota Herald-Tribune also disclosed gone far when a pretty young last oil hout numeou

lately that our neighboring city, in similar financial straits has imposed got on the bus As she walked idly as comp
down the aisle looking for a seata der way would coetat
a special monthly charge on residents'using the city's garbage
rather elderly gentleman got tc .
collection sen'ice. the spot
his feet. "No, said the young reach
.Since the Venice city treasury Is also less than flush these days, lady gallantly "you must not give the of I today
we Imagine these stories have been read by local city councilmen with up your seat for me. I insist that' just / c of P
you sit back down But he didn't waited hour
interest And we think our nccouncilmen should study both the long and
"You may Insist all you like on the
actions and their RESULTS ,
, closely. Miss," he said, "but I'm gettingout The ye fel
Does this mean we approve the actions Yes, but not for the here If. you'll let me." when ,D

a season some of you fear. We are In, favor of them for the purely Home Stretch greatly we hasro day M,

selfish reason that we think they may arouse antagonism among both At 2:10 p. m. Saturday the special the of the tiett+

residents and inter visitors in St. Pete and Tampa. And If enough was again boarded and \'e tension 1
all sat back expecting to leave
.people get mad enough, some of them may leave those cities and move immediately for Venice. But that' the first ; i ill

to Venice if we play our cards right. That would of course, be St. just what we thought A slow the i as estff

:Tete'a and Sarasota's loss but 'eolce'l gain. freight had to pass In front of its bell will at s 1

R, Hence we repeat We ire1 heartily In favor of nuisance tuck, so we sat, and tat and tat! One during doctor.
-special garbage fees, tto.-pro\'ided they're Imposed elsewhere. cadet asked the conductor, ?'It this the fine it tb

train ever., on timely, "Well" sau Tiled to i

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-. VENICE GONDOLIER Page 8ehe2sl 'i


blnetaar. CLASSIFIED ADS 1 cents RATES a wurd for fir* : fl'%i

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ntlnued from Page Two) ENGLEWOOD
also' reported that numer. I BEDROOM HOME: VIFED FURNITURE of all ..In.... V A COMPLETE
Ira Trtdmi Poat. ::n W. Miam Avtntu
SALB Small hurts and M acre
of buildings at the Completely furnished
enanU Seamm or I Rood land Cloee In t.o..n.I block'to phona 2602AUSTRALIAN I REAL ESTATE SERVICE
In year
were delinquent paying school, fhonoo. Term. J. fc. Bartlrtt
1600 tit June Irt FINES for ..... An
water rentals and that lomeined Corner Ponce dp Leon and N..nu Venice Phone !1t1. else. any amount Five cents eaih See Ha lea RfCMta.Uivenn .
they did not want wa- I hone not Carl Obendorf at Venetian Cleaners.NEW .
CITES Center oftuwn the FORT
Ice there The council de- Clone to Itay Any aim lot riniired. all ot BoUTriWLST FLORIDA M_
the base sometime Price SIM EVINRl'PF Zephyr 5 hp outboard beautiful riverfront .....-.
| to'Iait WILL share bomrmponnlble .. araae or year. with up. Chi ternu t E. Uartlett. ell hmnw to
Or trade for Inhoard Hay boatPattennn
Impiveed -
wind could be col'fie 0' '.dy. Rua 121. Nw ro Venire. coastal locations including
neck ace komle. Al V..nlr. lay Trailer Park arid unimproved tropical Ulantla. beads
about both matters ; lin.l'ertica. fishing h.d...... bnaliMuppurtunttiea 1
council action was king 4 ROOM -ROOM HOUSE frame eonntnrtlon ,' and Income letup. InchUI -
thcr U-dr''''m. furnhthfil l : NOTICES '
I with seven Iota in NOkornb. 12.41. Aim trailer camps, hotels
M. A. Braswell city at. b/ month or _E to prepare an ordinance phone 11(1 Mr. J. D. Kelly at asm for '... Large and small tracts of land A.umplete .,
'sold limit the time'in which NOTICF OF INTENTION TO 'ioll. n.1 .. rental service Send for fraInuriptiva 61
and of this tro >-
against the city 'Wn"EMUSICIAXR
| canes
ty I The | I'nl nectlonIFFFCOTT.
undvuia-ned do hereby certify that BUSINESS fronlaire r.o' by 1W un
1 be WeTSIT
1CS1 Alpha Mi le Hitip XNo will ur.unmte meat bii.lnmn at Nuk.iml.. Florida, tin C. Gladstone Id-II. Hi Drnnire "fork AveLakeland ..I II Florida
Fort Mytra.
k-r the fi,tt-lorn! Firat Street
an mawor owlwtra for Vinlnnd name of rla
Correction \\lrlnltv tmtrmcnta, will> LEACH TFLU!;-HOMEQUIPMFVT cr, '
pnvlora '
-- In Real Entile"
..p fori.*w will be AUto invite and I that Maid firm li compo*.'d of tlu I FORD;; "En.ylhmll
Gondolier regrets that in I to join Sara..ita 8mphunyBUSINESS fnilowlnir prr.rro vthran name and plat.** 1 1-2 Tom 1946. all HU'IP hinlyAl Both the USUAL and UNUSUAL
"f residence ., -o II fl Cinturv Hiat mHi..an.
at*' rriMoitit
advertisement for Johnsoner I okay for .oulliourd.. inbitirl A I."
lien R. lea.*. VnV .mil. Fhi I .
and :Supply last week l It PERSONALS I Dallas l A. loop N Ar-mlt. Fla.Ownenhlp Whirlwind' mower, rh.ap' Tile An.hina DESIRABLE SELECTION of kminew
N knmU Phonu 8: .
listed two of the con- If leech Telephone 1".0.,11"| lain) renidintlal alter In city uf Venir r A
.rely] mrnt ('0. l I. a> "It'.1| | by (...n... If lnti.ro.1. luirmii you ;i.Add. .-
new phone numbers The FEND a letter u" a roe....1. W. ..ili Glen ... Lea.'h. 1\.',. WELL ), small binra -<. should have been listed i make II record ..f your nlnrina. pl..h"'i Italian A. I.each Vl"$,. on main street ..f Venue' llm.onabli .
era and Or" lalklnir 12.SO. Aha! Mil'M SL.q.. I It la mir Inl.'I..n' In apply to lire' '. Him KT \'cnlrtHM. ATFR Frontal Over tuna' hot ... ,
era 2151 Engle00(1.1 ri>rk of the Cir-mit Court In and fur I 1 beautiful Lemnn. Kay All Improved. two'huuteo
[The firm also has an ofClc.el (.tNrKAL HM11\'; .ttactlna i ho smote rnunl'. Fl.. la to nHwr tI.1 I I I FORD 1 12 Ton 'IMfl able hardy private boat harbor Anpn.'
!I.t 3881. The new phon lord "orktnk fill dirt shell und Mil name Pete
rstalled In connection with Elve Phone JH2._ m..nt {' 1 -'- --- 10968 Jaw I.t FI..rida. Ac". of. 'ho'.1
cmpany' opening of a down- IF JNTERESTTD In COM) mai.>nr>", I Witness r. .r han.lr. this Is'h .
office tn the Ensrman Big either Venice brick U if.0' blvck work. call J. K. Hill, : Dttemlxr. 104 I IDM 1
Venice Ave' I LAS A. TEAM ,
e Corner of W. ----__ ,_ I
JoVomis Ave. I CONCRETE WORN and I". Adnrjan Phone Venice 2666. Inlilisb Doe. tt 11.11148. Jan 7. 14. "tn II |

Mfll I -

Cottrell Paul Jtavt I OR LOCAL LAW
All Kinds
Work of
Notice la herer. that I
irivetl at ram
Modem .
ALVIN P. JONES Phone "Sarasota' equipment 31-220 Work or Venice murlanteed during the Tepii'ar VMH S..>.li>n of thiUirWaturt H. N. WIMMEKS Realtor
I / nn' Bus. 283 Home 2081 NOkOVIS R.--l.ii"! Intoiwtcd In 'ty Council lOr the City of Venire til'l
r .la-( ttirett-d 11I1I.'b'' r.u" to be ;introduced a Bill entitled
Call Calvin Holder. M S771 marline a. fflliva. to win FLORIDA POWER: AND LIGHT
HOItsV BILL NO ... ., I
OR QUICK RELIABLE bahy-iilter hone 2. >2. Ask rot Jim. THARTrR OF THE CITY CFVVN1CF
REPAIRING Lawn mover.. stove s ITV IN THr (vtl'MTY.OF SAKA-
to 12
w..ahine. ",',,'Inor ,""'hln... .h."in FOTA ,11.:11CR I'TFR imn FX.( Western Union Open on Sundays and Holidays 11 a.m. o
VenicePlumbing saws and toad l C. A. Larch, Off the TR ORtINAI Rr-SMON: ACTS OF
Trail at Snug H.rhor. '.211ND ACTS AMFNDATORY
DRv.'I1IIAKI"I Altern'li.nn lid hut. riVING OF NOTICE AS \
14. Vtnic. Phon 2153 ton hnll" Mr Rhoda M,on721 Grove CON.niTlON PRECEDENT TO I
land Ave BRINGING rm AGAINST sole Really If you arc buying or gelling:

CITY FORF.CI.ICECF OR *NY real estate, jou will noeJ
lie It enartixl by tho Legislature .if Yours speedy, accurate serve e.

the State "f Fl'rriilai8itlin .
I. That the e.Mnir! Charter,
FRED B. KING. OWNERof if the City of Venire. Florida being Real estate has no value If
Chapter 1177H t:"...,dn.,.,. SewionAim .
Punta Gorda nf 1025 and Acts amendabirtheretif > D the title Is not clear.

Iw and 'h. name hereby fimended Of
and en'arrel hv adding thervto *
TAKES PLEASURE IN CONCIt4Tt'LATINGARITA I a new Article to W, entitled Art!:le T1AVE1NSUMtY.E Title Insurance
Let explain
GRAVES EEL1B4KVR j XV and rralinr a. follows to wit t

On the Opening of the New Branch nf their rt'fI'' Ai .. to you or be mire you havean
"Section' I. SUITS AGAINFT CITY Abstract with Attorney'
FOR D'MAGrS. No suit shall be
maintained attaint the City uf Vt-n. opinion.
Ire, Florida for *tmu? tc
nf its Tailors to keep In proper ...n<
lion br -I've.any NtrrH.In.-.lk.. atenvorkn pavement., ,,,,,( lI'1 Abstract Companyof
light plant municipal dnl'l-o and te
minalfl, park or other public pl..
neither shell any null be :
aralni-t the City arHlrft out of sty Sarasota
other tnrtiiitif action or actions aound
IrK In tort unlmi It shall be mode t... Bta J. Drymon. PreddentACTTTRACY
.1'1"' .' that written mitite of millilnmatre ESTABLISHED 1921 SERVICE,
TO BUILDA wan within thirty ilayt after TELEPHONES 2131 and 2161. MS
of the Injur given I..
file NTtlvltilt
the City Attorney with awl rea.otal
HOME HERE. ,le .".'{'trI..II.'n. n. to time 1 and place
and wltne.ses a. wim'd! enable the
o'flrlak to Invwtwate the
a'r City
tI Let Us miler It hall le receiving the duty much of th.C nn..
tv Attoi nev
r tI.... to thus inveittf"ate 'ho matter anj, Cadets and Faculty
I lie the ,".1. iitppcrted hy the etldvn.e'
before the City Owned In a writtenrtvnt
and the City Council shall have I
the rliht tn tntmticiite the matter owl OFKentucky
make such n It
YOUR LAND touch dnmaret a beacrecd u
meet "f an :II.y:
upon'bi the City u
2. TM Art hall nut apply
C. Harold Bates to Section pi.nS;nit liti"otlcn In re.pert of MilitaryInstitute
vhlih the City of Venice Florida, I.a li

PHONE 3390 purtvS.. ilm I 4. That all !aw. or part

TWO COMPLETE CREWS WITH HIL FQtIPMKNTUD.CJ.fW : (a.f. the l low.same In ronnl.t ball offset herewith said munlripnlte insofar.

ore herehv repealed
Cotton t. This Act shall take i'.
feet immediately. ",IOn IU appnual V'v'
the Governor or in sane It shell not
receive his appnital Immediately upon
fIHOME' Its .benmlnr a law without much "P

pmt.al." Extend You Our Best Wishes
P"bll.h" bv order of the City Conn We

rll of the City of Vrni-e
M. A RRA'WFLL.City .

: WHERE WI Attorney *".=. for a Successful Season .

In Venice
BEST AND GRUMBLE j New. Repair and RemodelingBy 1

THI" MOSr. Hour or Contract :
Remember Us When

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Sage Eight VENICE GONDOLIERIndiansScalpTwoMore Friday, Jula

School When the brief cercmbny broke 'Bootleg'lice Mullet

up the cadeU went to their quar- Nabbed Here
I ters to unload baggage and check NIii%4.i

in Some went on foot, 'While 'others -, Tipped off that
were taken In I KMI bus 6r let was being rUn"bootJ rtTamlaml

--_ private cars and trucks furnishedby Trail Ronk 4
--- Venetians. After reporting in at: In motor

Shuffle Club Head, Mayor Ft. Myers, Alva All Stars Help the accept school an, invitation they were to released attend to A I Venice Chief and Herbert: state o.tottq

Humbled by Beginners movie as guests of Councilman Officer Bruce Rigby!
Break 'Keg' Tie of the Gulf Theatro 01 N
Betty owner Intercepted
Mayor Louis Sutei and President a load
Again Humbled This Is the 15th winter that the 'd
the drlvs
George Stauiti of the Venice in front
A three-way tie in the Sarasota corps has come here. The school'sfirst of the R
Shuffleboard Club both of whom Ington
was broken Werl- dress parade will be hell Apt. here !
All-Star League a TUtli\j'
regard t hem.-rh't'.I as pretty good The driver
hand with the woooVn ditk. By Local CagersThe Merchants ne:day night, leader when of the the Venice leaguea week from Sunday Naples was released B DejU. 01 lIj
were figuratively licking their appearance bond "
plying wounds this week few weeks ago won two games in the Sarasota alter betel"

Reason Is a "prR<'ticc" match Venice Nckomls High from Sarasota Upholstering match at Co.the Yacht Race told the officers that County Jail '
hot the
kejlers in
they played Monday night with School Indians added two more billed ai pompano flab
tau young men. Elmer Shard and scalps to their trophy belts in the Sarasota Bonladrome the total (Continue t from Page One) and that he did no and i
Junior Urban Neither of the later last seven days. beating Ft. M The victory placed were in the know 1
> is in second place Instead offirst club who will come here by car truck
pair Had ever put their handsto Junior > > men
High Friday night and however since City Watchtor for the purpose. Some moo pounds or( ik
a shuffleboard
mallet before Alva High on Wednesday Botn from BalUn- Big Thing for Venice of-auson fish were fonidV
It three in a row ,
but they were invited to "give It games were played I in the K"!n- truck under
the watchmakers The fishing; center owner said a layer ot L
This placed
UM' Beer. oih
i ir> after the mayor and StAuch !!(
'. found them loitering Around the tucky Military Institute gym here at the head of the list he had been trying to get the It waj Roil, at auction Tulldaj

Warts In the Civic! Center Park The victory against Ft Myers dripped the beermen into fourth Tampa club to send its racer ternoon to Ralph ChadirtcU J
The> result of the genie <. to get was won by a 39 to 22 score, while plrce and allowed Caps Market to here for over two years, but was dealer by :,herlf{', Deputy i
to the painful! truth quicklya that against Alva was 56 to 21 sneak into third. not able to complete negotiationsfor Swcetin?. At eight cents i
54-16 defeat for the' vcUranltir The wins were the fifth and sixth High man for the Venice squad this week race until last the load brought $1104 velum
"' ; ', That wan did for the I, rcf poctlvrb( since the local school was Tony D>'seven. who rolled i week He asserted it would be a to be turned over' to the
'ua>'or and tauih, but it incou"it i: began Everglades Conference 2t. single and 642 scries "big thing" for Venice since It Board of Con erv tJon,
:"d the others so much they"'ve competition on Dec. 3 Only one ;Elena League mar arouse the interest of other
tided to join the lorul t-hutflo game his been lost so far and that In the Venice! Mem Bowling yachtsmen in the town. JOB
I was against Naples. the conference I Local residents were urged by PRINTINGLet
;l'.IIJd flub \Miati more theyv Iciruo! the Venice Electrics stayed -
j'to agreed to build MX t,'nn'n on top at the local Bowlakale I Oibhs to come nut to the jetty to THE GONDOLIER
,uits In the park, with the help In the attack agaInst Ft. Mj" on Tuesday by taking two games watch the finish of the race anti Jo'f
(u. Earl I-anius led the to greet the contenders printing Just phone 3131
a friend and City Councilman nay by from Smittys Tavern. Jossart as they
''- ,tor Potty, scoring 1* points on nine fielders Plumbing tightened their grip on make port He suggested that New
The friend Is Tommy Sirediormcr and R cnaritv toss Billy Hankins tecond spot bj slapping Venice Year'lI Eve noisemakers thistles
'. "'orf1htl1rootb 1I stir also dropped In four buckets from Furniture down twice; Venice pots and pans and car horns be NOTICEPHMe
" Miard i is a former KUI ca'ct star was Tom Powell, who looped two-game victory over Adorlan I they come In.
dun of '43, and was presidentf nine points. Trucking, and the Englewood I Exact time the boats will arrive Shuffle Club i]
the school chess tram I\n,11!I In the game against Aha the Merchants took two from Earl' will not be Known until tomorrow have a meeting at thr Cht

member of its tennis team before I local redskins scored on the first Garage but remained at the bottom morning. Reports on the Center it 7:TO p. m, !lit
H .-mi tipoff and continued to throw II
radiation Urbar a I
pro of the
nnd arrival
progress race .
of the list. day, I in. i 17. to nuke
:football player from Brooklyn Is them in until the final gong time111 be available then to pla
.'mplo>'rd for the winter at a locM founded The Indians scored 21 High game honors were shared | those who call the Tarpon Center for 1919 \er\bon: lake"
restaurant. points to Aha two In the first )>} Stan Richardson and Ernie' office at 2058 rstd In the Popular flora|
a'rzrter: pusher' 1 !'t to 26 to six bv Peter, with the former getting 212 k
half time and and the latter 211. D\seven had a The racing boats range from 40 I Sport InvitMGKRGt
romped: the rest of
TARPON to 70 feet in length and will Include
I the way home high series of t60There I STUCE
The local girls team continued was little change In several that have
CENTERTide their losing streak when they standings In the Mens "B" League pated in the Tampa-to- partici-I, Presided
I dropped a match against Aha lassies on Monday. Edmondson
by 24 to 16. The Misses Adam Farms rayed In the lead despitea
Tables and Gault led the l local scoring. lObS of two games to Greens I
Another game will be played in Fuel while Venice Radio remained Insurance Protects
the! KMI gym tonight against second place despite droppingtwo
tTunta Rasa forrrction) Everglades to J & J Aircraft High game a t
" lII.h Law was 195 by Bior eth and high it"r- AGAINST LOSSES! ,
r'\ Fri: Jan. H ... 11:10 iII 71a lei was 583 by H. P Kirk Kuy. Fire Life Casualty
! .: Jun: IS:HI .: slt: :: 15 Pros, One-Arm Golfer kendall f
; ':14 11m <:41 pm, GENERAL INSURANCE (
G..I'M ContestsIn
, Fur Jun. II; 12:12 Rm It4: Rm To Play Here Next WeekA
4:flG I'm 7114 emM.m the Venice \\omcns League
.1.... r I Wednesday. Srnittv, Tavern
1:14: 'm q:"1 am pro-amateur golf to\lrna'llent on
4:17 I'm "::25 on, the first of the winter season, will were bark In their top position!
'f .... .1,,n l> 2:111 om 14:10.1 em be hrld at the Venice Country after taking three In a row front T. Ethel B.

'' W.,,! .1.11, I"+ 4'li8:H5 1'm urn 111,1'.11I 9:19: i 1"11 I Club next Monday, Jan 17. D>'sevens' Texaco.. Venice Electric BANK BUILDING .p Yt )
About 15 professionals and six former leader was left In second
1:"1 emi \EMCF
i .Misr.Ion.. 20 4:1! urn 111:\? !R'R outstanding amateurs are expect place despite two wins over the Phone FLORIDA'I
5:27: im Hill an' id to participate in the cvtnt "K" Club Bernie Potnbv had a 3C11 or 2721
HI Jill :'1 fdil urn 12111.... They will Include Pat Hall 1 local 157 for best game and Anita Ko g-

e 1:17: im 11 ,.12 lien pro and three local ama'('ur ler 425 for the beat th'oe LU'z . .' . II. III
T'erff time Is 12 noon Luncheon The new Merclnnts: League
no-0-\TS FOR RINfHH : Mill be available for spccUtou rolling tart night, ended the evening : : A TREAT FOR YOUR TASTE!
\ ; from 11 until! 1 and dinner willb with Hodgins Appliances! tied ,
j ) Per Bay mid |'p, : served after the matches with the Venice Bay Trailer Part; : Seafood from Ocean and Gulf

Live Bait Johnny Nichols. famous one- for top honors after the trsilerites!
i .
arm golfer, will also' put on an had won two games from the appllancers -
Takle exhibition at the country club The Bovvhkade and I, All Kind of
I II next Thur day. Exact time w snot PDQ Service teams ended InI tl' I
II I Immediately available for second, although the alley lads DEUCJOt.s riot

I ... won three in a row. .
I High game was a 1"S made bv' s
I Barath, who also had a high sere

Mil i ill tl, y'I' \S I ii I'I'll Ics of 5'2KMI. In FloridaContinued SIiRHIPS SCALLOPS-- Um..Tf.RS en :S'rr;its


"The Bright Spot on the Trail" ( from Pie One) ('L'IS C'R.\R'
unlockeo the ooors of our economic -
success" when it was established ,.
here in 1912. and slid Fresh Ullil -
the "march we like to hear you .
play Is to the bank to the bank '
to the bank." Low Low
I : Prices to Seafood
:Master of (remnnlcN ,
Even Sunday NightTO Accepting the key, Schulr said Free Delivery to Hotel. ReMaurjnN slid (mmrnial
the corps was glad to be here hnd Customers on Mondajn, Wednesdays said Pride' )'

THE MUSIC OF that that It the"appreciates people of the Venice friendship havn i I : Lemon Bay Seafood Market
shown Master :
us of ceremonies ON TilE BAY AT ENGLEUOPD 1'ENiCLIIg|
was Homer E Mikesell principal .
,of the Venlce-Nokomts High .. IRA W. JOINER :Mgr.

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KRI'EGEK BEER (can) .. .. $140 Caso : January 17":' Starting 12:00 Noon

CARLINO'S RED CAP ALE scans) $4.00 Case
GREAT \\WESTERN. V. State Wines, ..$100 Fifth

CINZANO IMPORTED: VFRMOUT1I: ,. $1.98 Fifth : Special Golfers Luncheon 11 -1 75c

JOHN COLLINS 90 Proof GIN. .. ... ,$175 Pint

;'. 'I i I A GOOD BLENDED WHISKEY; ". .... .. $3.29 Fifth :. Dinner 6 8 p.m.:, $1.50 and up

I ($3.75 value. Fair Trade Laws prohibit us ; ENTERTAINMENT: "STROLLING TROUBADOR"Everyone

I : advertinlng this brand at.the price offered. I',

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I. Mayor and Civic Leaders WriteWelcome Message| 1 1iOAW

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Bowden Says KMIBack'Home'Here II Suter States 'Dead' City Offers Chamber Recreation of Commerce ,

I Life by KMIBy Kentucky Cadet and Military Faculty Help :.

Brought to 'Venice.Dear Friends Florida: InaUtUjef' I,

By H, S. Bowden We cordially ,
+r l welcome
I'rwidt'nt, City Count + Venice and request that:: ,
Louis Suter the fact that the
tar I Its members, despite Chamb'-r or 0.11I 114
Welcome! Is a word that too few had purchased land here. your "hculty advisor"curricular 1
many time we forgot to use for 9 Mayor, City of yule I This was the situation when In W* actlvltl .. .

our friends when they return, sfca In my official capacity as mayor 1912: officials of the Kentucky of the ate recreational rvMUoninij) jot s

either from a long Journey or to of the City of Venice, I want 1 Military Institute accepted an Invitation Venice, The outleta t
their home from -ho Cen'err **
to welcome the cadets, officers 1 to acquire the building Civic brae
I, as president of the city council ; I These buildings horse shoe pits and ahU/n
want to extend the welcome of Kid other ptrsinncl nf KMI baric that you now occupy. rourts. At the west end rt1IM
had been hotels under the Avenue *
the City to the Cadets and faculty I,.O our city I Idle ,'ou \\11I11nd the uF
lay V
RLE plan, but they now nlcipal hing beach
of KMI We feel that you have This is a greeting that I make mile west c' sat
and empty. The school was thus town are thik
returned home and amongst w I not only on I).half of myself but ible to get them at a very rea- ing groundj known u the *
friends, who want stay hereto ties.
your also for clay officials, service or- o"ible figure, and In addition, Please take it '
be a pleasant one. Upon 1ounen.,
Kan.zdtirnj, y.ar-ark und Venice the State cf Florida had earlier to make the Chamber at
We hope that we may be able to C.
10 Ident and winter \ibit-.rj. Ai: offered special tax:: privilege to coerce your headquarters vZwe
make it mote pleasant for you MAYOR StTERDance will
try to lupplyyoalacurrent
I cf uj :ue happy tj nave you winu schools and settlers In an attemptto
not only this year but for ninny magazines
and i r
--- -- I f-r us I hive renwil.id b- bring more people Into the
years to come. The community linn II I I ly chat ftbrut Venice ant III
high regard for the cndeU cent for KMI StaffAs I f.ro, jour arrival connotes the beginning ttate. surrounding places of Intent i
of our moot active social As result nf KMI's coming here, Sincerely, ,
Ugliest respect for the mtmb'rLGt
another token of the com-! rnd business season of the year.A visitors were attracted to the city, J L. iC-itntt CORNWE1,
the faculty, who lire gull'ngtho :
rnunlt)"'. esteem for the Kentucky special welcome is extendedto the other hotels were opened and I Publicity Dlrertt
bov in their ('ducntl'JII,11t1C.iDlJlII" I VcniceXolwiiiiiCtiinber
and alsthl' r gpin'ualiriilnncc : Military Institute, a free members of the freshman clas many of today's merchants came> cf Com-;
that is a part of the I public dance will be held for th> who have not been with us bifon here and opened their businesses, J

American way of living. I school's faculty and staff tom(" : And fcr hem, let me relate a lit The school actually brought the

tend Your this City welcome council to not you only of K PX-*'( row night Jan. 15, at the Venice tlef cur city's hi tory. An unciirstandlrg city back to life. And even 'today It Is n' oed that now then III

but it nisi hopes that you '\11! oil! Country Club. of this will help you Venice gets Invaluable publicity vacant "t.rci cr homes, people
upon them uny t'nnyou' desire ',> All residents of the area are Invited io leilizj! wha. the school means through KMI' athletic and social! In the street now brprlnglrg !

do '0. I am Hire that everything to attend and meet the KIT to cur community evens parades and other activities up and hornet ire t
possible: will be done toward making .I personnel according to Mr an, Capitalistic Labor Union in Florida cities and up Mr'''' constructed ;m an orderly I
this year one of the most
memorable! that KMI has had in Mrs. Graham French, who will e' In 19J6 the Brotherhood of Locomotive \'h"" old timer contrast 1932: It can readily be wenhas why
the past or will have in the future. hojt and hostess labor conditions In Venice with those of earned the apprediboti
Engineers a
to1I .-s! . a .' . '. . ; union said to have some 40 mil- today the difference Is artling praise of the entire communfyin',;

lion dollars In its treasury wa|iii I. '. I.' '.".'11"1.11'1.11.".,, . .
i beset with problems of

I It m. It needed someplace capital-I. .

this huge sum, for despite the fact
Venice Tubatorium that the union had already opened -I Edmondson FarmsLANDOSUN

p numerous banks and other enterprises .

throughout the country, .
money was coming in faster than I .
the officers knew what to do with I


| The final decision was to build
a Florida "u:opia" where its members -
and others could retire Info -

enjoy life. The Venice area was ,
I chosen as the site for this model i'I

community, after the entire state
Venice Radio Service
had been studied and reports I
Venezia Hotel
made on the advantages offeredby I
different localities so far as
SPARTON Radios for Your Room .
beaches, climate and generally!:

.. ed.healthy conditions were concern-]% ACCOMMODATIONS FOR YOUR FAMILY AND FBO.NDJ

!1 The project actually got under
way when 2,000 acres were obtained I

I for the envisaged "dream city." ,
Jchn Nolan, an eminent city planner I

from Boston, was engaged tn i

Bowlakade GrillBEST ; layout the city' with the help iV;. TIlE OLD AND NEW DIRECTORS OF THK

of many nationally-known building -

conc rns. Some 3,000 workmen I Venice-Nokomis
were brought here housed In'! '
IJ j I temporary shelters and pu.to]I I'I

work In carrying cut Nolan'j Chamber of CommerceWELCOME

.. MRS. mv\i BOONE 'I plans.
J J When the workers were finished i iI
I 25 corporations had been organized 'i K V I BACK

.I by the Brotherhood and had ;
I spent over $14,000,000 of the un !

I I ion's money In building Venice !
Jim Wide streets of cement bore .-,I

Your Mail Call Friends :I an Innovation In street.building _+!' ,

had been laid out. Three large hoi)i Duke's Dining Room

tel* a number of smaller ones j

IIKS. MURPHY MRS. ELLIOTT M1t!.. MANSRERGER 'a" many apartment buildings, 300,I
residences, four blocks of
shop, '
.. a'i SOl1'IiRRWOO'
golf course and many other facile[" BRING OtB FAMILY FOR REAL
MRS. imiDSOX )IR"I.. FIELDS Itles were completed, with Span. s
; ish-Mediterranean architecture as I

the motif. ,E t'Venice '
., Dream Explodes |
-" |I
= Into the middle of this beautiful ,

i dream, however, came a cloud. The .

.. I Flordia boom collapsed suddenly Pastry ShopGOOD

+ Welcome 011MR. Construction wrrk topped
abruptly and by 1930. the workmen

.i And all but a handful .f resident TIHNOR,I'Ol. '.YOUR.EVUL G P11110
had departed. The BLK:
financial ;
tions' hlOura were ex?. '
bausted. And to protect stockhoU-J<< (Weu/'N'lfitaleaert'm. )

r L J era' Interest and permit orderly

liquidation of their holdings, the

_. I Brotherhood levied assessments oa .

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piistorical Review of Kentucky 'Military Insititute I I

70 Years LaterCadets
School Founded
,104 Years LaterThe

In 1845 -- Now Is .' '',.i "

Oldest of Its Type

By Capt. Owen Pillans,

Director of Admissions, KMI

Kentucky Military Institute was founded in 1845

by Colonel Robert T. P. Allen, a graduate of West

Foist, dabs of 1834. At that ylme it was i located at

Farmdale, Ky., near Frankfort. Chattered In 1J17
by the state, it soon bonnie one of the leading mil-
Itary schools In the country, end trdav is the old- e
cut institution ofd's; kind -n the nation.

From the time of Colonel Allen's passing in 145)
h to lff>&, there wsre three alni'i.lstratlont.' These Included -
r that of Allcn'i sou, Crenel RnVrt D. Allen,
who was preceded by Colonel E. W. Morgan and
succeeded by Major David: B.-yd. During Colom!
Robert Allen's udmini.trntl the sC' lIol'lI enrollment Modern Cadet Corps in Venice
was decreiis due to the fact thi: mo>.t of

the cadet corps hid resigned to fight in the Civil branches of the service, 70 of izens In the different occupational
War. This created somewhat of an Ir.twmtlng circumstance whom made tho supreme sacrifice. fields In America. While it hrs '
In tint Uio senior class graduated in Throughout the 104 years of the been primarily: a military school,
1861 and then divided find lougrt against rich of her history of the Kentucky Military it has turned out far more citi- _
during tho four year of the war. Institute, the
In 1915 objective has been to zens in the business and professional
i :. School Moves I furnish the with who field than it has In
country. men the.mil
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;,I In 1896, Colonel C. W. Fowler, can take their places as useful cit itary profession.
who had been graduated from the ,, ,
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C. C. Lowe Grocery ij Kentucky 1878, became Military president.Institute Under his In .- I
administration, the school wan .
moved from Farmdale, Ky., to Smitty's Radio Service
Lyndon, where it is now situated. i
The school was founded as an engineering :
Venice Ave. = college, but was changed i REPAIRS ON ALL MAKES OK AM: KM SETS

to a preparatory school when :
I moved to Lyndon.It .
:Miami Avf. Next to Western Union 11Wolf's
r was under Fowler's administration -
that the Idea of going to .
Florida for the winter term became M
a realization. He had felt for ..

Grill : some time that in order to give the : ;
.. Cadet Corps a well balanced school
program, it was necessary that he .
w. Venice Ave and The Trail .
., find a place where the weather :
Sinclair Service
d .
would permit outdoor activity the
0 I I year around. In 1906 he began the .- .
II custom of going to Florida.In !II I
I 1919, after 23 years of faithful I
service, Colonel Fowler retired .
"WE TAKE YOU THERE"A and was succeeded by ColonelE. .

L. Gruber, who had resigned' ". .-

I Venice Taxi and U-Drive-It Service 1: from the school.the Army The to following take charge year of, .-,
!II .
0 Colonel Gruber resigned to reenter

PHONE 8461 or 29J3 the Army. And in 1921, the boardof "j Green's Fuel ;
: trustees elected Colonel C. W.' ,
I, Sells as superintendent. .
!, Colonel Charles B. Richmond as .
sumed'the presidency in April,of REFRIGERATION III
1975. Since thin time the school --

Venice Laundry ; has continued to'make great Phone 3772 :
rtrldes in every field of Its pro
gram. Under his guidance extensive I
additions and improvementshave r .
MRS. ANNE SURLS been made to the school i

plant In Kentucky and it was I. .

i ii through his planning that the I Venice Garage and Service Station *
ii elaborate winter home was acquired -

In Venice In 1932. ,, .
Opening each September with a
capacity enrollment, the Institute, :
Dr. T. S. Thompson i under Richmond's leadership, con- ..-
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0 tinues to show_ progress In aca- iii On the Trail at Venice AYe. DICK RICH' Prop.
ANDDr.James demic Improvement as well as in IiI
Ii Increased number of new cadets. i

E. Blades I The Kentucky Military Institute ij
II has been very proud* of the recordof I -
II its graduates In the wars In
which the United States ha en- =
I gaged. In the War between theme

States, the school furnished two i Gulf Grill Restaurant ;
major generals, three brigadier
WELCOME FROMBarber I Il'iteJi t1..
generals, a number of colonels
and many officers of lower rank. )
llts Shop I IDr. In the first World War, they fur- I Open 7 sun t pjn. *- S p.m. S pjn.FULL i
nished over 110O 'offlcerl aDd ,meD, '
several of whom made the supreme COURSE MEALS OR A SNACK
Thompson Tilde.e I : :. ...
sacrifice: In the past World. I
'War; KMT was represented by I I .Iii :
1.300 officers and: men' In all __ 1 -", ,,"' _" ,, 8& -
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I I pHow .and Why KMI Came to Florida and Venice l


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Top: The Kentucky School'* Eau Gallic lleadquartrrs

Lift KMI's: :Modern Winter Quarters In Venice

the credit for the Increase Is glv-I general health and iduwim.
Dream Led Corps en to the Venice quarters, whlcn the cadets while they ire LI
seem to be a special attractionfor The numb'r of boys uiwtfelsick
both parcnti and would-be calls! drops nearly pet egl
cade's by the time the corps bat bql
To the East Coast
Venetian Cleaners What other benefits has the here a month they report, who]
school gotten from Its annual pilgrimages the scholastic honor roll IOIII
? larger and the number of fall t>
SAMTONE DRY CLEANING Then to VeniceAlthough Officials say the most outstanding mailer than they are while hi
of the Is In
are the improvement corps Kentucky. ,

I Kentucky Military In-
dilute first came to Venice only
IS years ago, its plans for a Florida
winter quarters actually dale ,
back to the turn of the century. ] COMPLIMENTS: OF
TilE PERSONNEL Or DIE At that time Col. C. W. Fowler,
I who was president of KMI from Venice Department Store
196 to 1919, decided that a warmer '
Venice Nokomis BankIS winter climate was necessary If ),8. AND :\JRS. WILLIAM: JOSEPH

his cadets were to get as much
cut of their schooling as he
GLAD TO GREET Jim AGAIN REST WIMIES thought they should

A graduate of KMI himself, the I
colonel firmly believed In a well- -
rounded program that included
plenty of outdoor exercise and
work. Yet in Kentucky with Its
r cold winters, this was impossiblefor
several months of the year. FOR % GRACIOUS VACATION

Venice Furniture Co. I East Coast First I Gulfbreeze HotelA.
The result of Fowlers theory I Ij
was the leasing of a large tract of B. IIIDER
land on the Indian River, near
j Melbourne on Florida's cast coast
WELCOME: KMI The corps of 120 boys moved therein
the inter of 1906 and, livingIn
tents, began to enjoy the benefits .
of year-around summer
The plan was an immediate
success a steady Increase In enrollment
began almost an soon at
I word of the "school with winter
James Y. Darn I headquarter In Florida" got Higel's Appliances
arcund and In 1915 a three- _.
I story wooden barrack and offi AUTHORIZED G.E. DEALER

With completion of these facilities -
it seemed the fcchool'i w'n! .
Phone 2"J ter program was permanently establlshea .
on the east ccavt. Batas
In many things, the hand of
fate Intervened. In 1916 a fire destroyed -
the barracks and although .
more cottages and tent
were erected to replace them, the
Florida project was dropped "r-: Phone llil l
Charm Beauty SalonMiami Urely in 1823 by Col S. W, Sells Venice Ave. at NoUonii. A\e.

a former army man whq succeeded -
Fowler as prerldent. Johnson Lumber & SupplyEVERYTHING

A\e, Neat to Western talon Richmond Return to State FOR YOUR BUILDING
It was. the credent KMI head
LICILE TRIXIE Col. Charles B. Richmond, wh"
was responsible for resuming th-
wlnter-ln-Fl'rlda plan. Believing
In the soundness! ft the theory, hib '
-ian lookl" fr a new ""un.
shine state" location "oon af'er he
took office in 1925 He first cam
to Venice in 19t after being toll .
of Its attractions bv rfflclnln o'
Bowlakade the Louisville Nashville Railroad ParkTerrace ApartmentsFour
The colonel hd nre'HouMy lon .
ed over the defunct Timoa Bile
Blacks from Beach and SboppIrK
Hotel note the site "t the Unl-
E. J. PETER JOHN SHOCKKT varsity of T"rppa: the buildings AND MRS. LOUIS APi'OLSON
that now house the Florida Mill-
tare Aeadamv at 8t Pr.ter.bllrlf
and others But he was not "'""..
fled with any of them until he
came to Venice sampled Ito n 1'1)
feet climate examined IU beachei;
and learned that he could buy two
SOLID COMFORT AT THE deserted hotels and other buildings
) for a very reasonable price. J & J.Aircraft Inc.
BeneHte of Florida ,, ,
Worthington Apartments The KMI Cadet Corps made iU iTf11ALBEX
first tHn her hiring ,W avid letsreturned Fljlns Lessees All,Tear of City Garter
)IJ:, AND MBS. GEORGE IL READ annually ever slmce. The '
1 corps numbered only 200 boy at ..i MCNKSTAL AIXTOBTr
a I that UIB\* but has now reached ,'

804, the largest In the history of ... .."
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th, school And at least. part of


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tMI Alumni's War RecordWELCOME I ,


Exploits ef f Cadets XWOMA

KMI Subject of StoriesIn

Tarpon Center All U. S. WarsWhile

the Instruction at Ken
lucky Military Institute Is dcsljd .,
primarily to produce rood c .
Izens rather than fighting} me-
the Ooncolier learned this wei,,;'
that alumni of the school ha',
given a good account rf thc.,
Palm Beauty Salon selves In their country battle,
During the Civil 'nr t;"
BRANCH OF first to be rough1aftT KM::'

WELLA" HAIRDRESSINO S\LOV: founding the rchool produc

of Nantucket Island, Ia.... four gtn"rail and many other c:,
Phone Venice :9fl ficus Their names were sot ba! s 's L
able In record tt the Florii
headquarters But I I U V.: wn th
both Union and Confederate: forc
were led by men who trained together >' 1
at KMI ---- I!:
Records likewise were not immediate
!)' available on the record
cf KMI men In the Spanish-:

American war, although official
The Plastic Age here say mary were prominent: officers ,
and won recognition fci .. i Granada Court ApartmentsWith
Boat ..and"Equipment Co. outstanding prvice. World Wa:
One information was also limits !

BOATS TACKLE MARINE HARDWARE I to the fact that 800 graduate c' l B THE .PATIO OF YOUR DREAMSI0Completely ,:
On the Trail, Nokomis the school raw tervtct
World War Two Furnished ('nit, :

I The situation Is different, however i iI I

with regard to World Wa 1
Two. With that conflict still fresl
in the minds of the KMI staff

many details were recalled abou
the exploits of the l.Bcfo formei
Macatee's Restaurant"NOTED cadets who participated In al!

phases of the war for survival
FOR FINE FOOD1On One of the most outstanding of

the Trail, Nokomis! these men was Robert Keith
Montgomery, Versailles, Ky. whc Nokomis Hardware
was a member o" the class o,:
1939. He played an Important partIn PUNTS, MARINE HARDWARE, FISHING TACKLE, HOUSEUARRBurtley .

the "underground"
Blilg. Nokomis
forces In France. His activities
ber\ed as a basis for an article,
The Major and the Sergeant,,"
that appeared In the Saturday

British trench and Belgian governments
Decorated Montgomeryfor

Nokomis Seafood Market Another his fi outstanding vices. alumnus in

I World Wen Two was Tommy Me-
KInley, '42 of Lexington Kv. H i
[On he Trail l Opposite Nokomis Community\\ csptured Fritz von Papen, form. Nokomis SundriesBEST
In on,
ft chancellor of Germany,
most hair-raising exploitsof
the war
P-T Boat Skipper
Probably the most 'written up" )lR.-ASD MRS. SAM W. VANCE
KMI man was J. Brent Greene
WELCOME KmKappelmann's '?4, of MiamI. He was ccmmande'
of one of the five P-T Boats tha'took
part in the first campaign
DriyeJn, at Guadalcanal In the Pacific In
these P-T
a period of four days
Boats destroyed 14 Japanese vessels .
CURB SERVICE IUMBIRGERSt : ranging from cruisers on
down and their activities were
Miles North of Venice featured In Colliers articles and
written up In a book entitle'
They Were Expendable"
Anoth alvimius Jack H Oven Brady's SeafoodALL
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ICY.served M
'3 t; Cynthlana,
personal pilot of General Dwijfh' TYPES OF SEAFOOD DINNERS
D Eisenhower during the la-tyear

of the Jt"ro campaign' On the Trail at Dona Bay Noon to 10:30 p-m.
And William B. Hunt 34 Cl-
Devlin's Nokomis GarageSTANDARD mont, Fla. served M ccmmande ,
of I the Venice Army Air,Ba** for
during the war. At' the time
: OIL PRODUCTS he was a lieutenant-colonel and,
one of the youngest in the service


Gulf I

J. F. Wallace

Venice BayTrailer Park Theatre GROCERIES



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1 The Men Who ;Lead Kentucky Military:


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Official Staff Roster Colonel Major Cadet Officers of the CorpsCadet

t'ol, Charles It. Richmond Pr..idt'nt. MaJ. William Schulx, Des Moines, la.

MjJ Charles E. llodgin. Commandant. Both Military Cadet Capt Ray Allen Eminence,' Ky.

Capt Nelson C. Hodgin Headmaster.: Cadet Capt. Edwin Dooley, Winchester, K>'.

h 4 apt: Rawleigh L Sailer, Business Manager. School ProductsCharles Cadet Capt. John Kreamer, Burnstde, Kj.

4>pt Owen Pilluiis, Director of Admissions.MaJ. Cadet Capt. Joe Jones, Louisville, Ky.

/Samuel B. Marshall Assistant Comminrtant. Cadet Capt. Fred SilkMHiek, Middlesboro Ky.

4 apt Hartley Williams, Assistant Command B. Richmond Cadet 1st Lt. Monroe Frank, Little Rock Ark. \

*apt. George Hales, Government and Lronomics.4'apt. President of' the Kentucky MillLory Cadet 1st LL Alex Hodgin Ljndon, K\.

Thomas Gilmer, Mathematics.Oipt. Institute since 1925 Colon) Cadet 1st Lt Milton Rees, Qnthiana, K>'.
Charles B Richmond has
William P Groseilose, Ij tin.Kirn proveito CadetCadet bt Lt William Stewart, Pinetlllr, K\'.
be one of the outstanding educators
William P. Groseclose Junior School. in America, lat Lt. Tommy Hooper, Brownsville. Tcnnt .

Capt.: N. Cromwell Hnnimaok. French and Public Speaking. Born in Ewing, VA., he attended Cadet Lt Alan Head, Birmingham, All.t .
4:apt. Bernard Hewes, History. Hampden-Sydney College anj Cadet Lt. Lennart HeUstrom, Grosse Polnte Park MAt

4'apt. Lloyd :Miller, EnglA. graduated in 1916 He affiliated Cadet Lt. Henry Durham, Grwnsburg. Ky
with the Greenbrier
Cbpt. Warren Oboe, English. School arid; served as commandant Military Cadet: tad Lt Harold Aronberg, Ashland K)'.

('apt. John E. Pair, Biology and Football. before assuming the presidency of Cadet 2nd Lt. Donald Denuniio Louisville, h)'.

<'lP:. Garner Row til, English and Band. KM, Cadet 2nd Lt Frank Hanshaw Huntington, \\'. "..

"Mr. Garner Row ell. Junior School and Music. In the 2-t years that ho has been Cadet 2nd Lt. Jesse Pl'I"npr, Washington Court llou,, Otis

(apt. William Simpson, Mathematics. president, he has seen the school Cadet 2nd Lt. William Morrison, Zanes >, Ohio.'ttttttttttttttttttUHtttttttttttfftfHfH.
grow from an institution of 190
4'apt. Atari Slutienberger, Spanish.
cadets and six buildings to
4'apt. Edward II. Weber, Athletic and Chemistry. one of 304 cadets and 12 ouildings '
4apt. Miguel Zepeda Latin. It was under his administration ti rt

coming to Venice, Fla, for the y
('ul. Thomas Woodyard Professor ROTC Military Selene I

,I:apt. Robert Evans, Assistant Profl'lIMOrIilitary! Science. winter.recognition of his outlit8 1I- dIn =i i The Rexall Store

f gt Cl>de Ghre, Military Instructor. ing success in the school field he 4 ii ii I
\Kt. James 8a Military! Instructor. served on various committees ot =I I
the Association of Military School
Sgt. Z. T. Gi'rrard, Military Instructor. 01]I FILM
t. and Colleges of America and wa.. 4: DRIGS SNACKS CANDY MWHZtNM'
elected president in 1938 He U d da t
member of the Pendennis Club; I
tfftfttfttttttttftttftfftttttttttttttttttttt the Board of Directors of Camp 'i I
'.: : Greenbrier, W. Va; the Owl f,
..a H I Creek Country Club and is ,a mem- :
HH: t>A of the Civilian Advisory ComM .1f

:: Alpha Music Shop ,: mittee The Colonel for the has Second also Army.been listed :: Venice Land Co.

H, in Who's Who In America for the 0H'
.N last 12 In 44 1
years recognition of his
-4C (Cameras Fresh Films Developing Records Radios Music HI: achievements, Hampden-Sydney+: ROBERT S, BAYNARD, Pres
H College awarded him the degree :
MMf.N.No *H: of Doctor of Letters in June, 1947 H a: FRANK D. ROEUCK Sales.
+ H, Charles E. Hodgin IIf
-if H H: A product of a military school, :s H
,i. Major Charles E. Hodgin, vice 'N
.11 H H president and commandant of the : I
H Kentucky Military Institute, baa'N tH
H:. proven himself eminently successful :M
:: Shrode Jewelers In the field of secondary military .
HH education ." Frank Berger
Major Hodgin was born and :
:: WATCH REPAIRING AND GIFTS H reared In Greensboro, N. C.. and 'HM
s+ K is a graduate of the McCallle : AERIAL AND INFORMAL FIIOTOGR+PHZI
; Gulf Theatre Bldg. ( School of Chattanooga and D*. 'M '
H vldson College. He then became 'M Venice Bay Trailer Park
41M "i. affiliated with the Greenbriar Military 14N
4t g' School before coming In 1923 IftI
.... H t0 to the Kentucky Military Institute .

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... of dealing with disciplinary problems .
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lis problems that are a part of life .'

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is Major Hodgin 1s a member of
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Colonel Says It's

:To Make Citizens,

Not Fighting Men

By Col. C. B. KidmondPresident

Kentucky Military Institute

The Kentucky Military Institul
Is evirntldlly a college) prcparaU-r
school Each year more thin 93
yf per c<'nt ol its graduates mitt
colleges and universities In ,11
: South the Middle West, and *,
Ea.it. The curriculum U dotlgad( ,
,II to give thorough preparation j"r 1 rtrj A .
I 'he leading unlvers!tk< In t''.
t ,' United States Each year bfeg.adua <'
.cs enter Went Point and
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.nt'A) a let i'
I Cadet Snc.ul; Activities DtVilopfllK.MinJ 'd
t tI manly a preparatory fchoj iOI' C'hllrartpr'I

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I' I Perhaps the only reason for th rNa<
existence of private schools Is vh
Individual attention given each
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boy, both in the clawroon j. "
out!ide, The email cia*eo. at K. "
and the .ul''l'vl'cd .Jujy irsu
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that each cadet Is well prepar .' .
each: day, At any time one fall ....
i behind Ills data for any roaso Hollywood Apt niilK. Muumi A\r.
i 1 he must attend cx'ra-hclp classoi 1I .:+ a.M
The dene relationship betwer 1ftt
Quarters Combine Beauty with D.srmh: the faculty and 'he cncKts enable*

the staff to guide and direct lhe .fH
'Cuu 7". t . II Indents in all their activltie;: y e'
Each new cadet Is assigned to a .1 M

IC II fatuity advisor whose rc.ponsililily I, Venice Country Club
it Is to gain the confident c \4 .
I C nf his advisee. The personal gold ,,. I INy
I ante received fcy each bry malt' 044 ....
Venice Food Shop .he problem of adjustment to lit GOLF 0 Mules, ('Oc All Dn, 5-1.,'0 $3 Weekly. m :MnnlhU :jH
-itnatloni easier.Character a

Discipline Stressed a.e. V

fhf motto of KMI iv "Ch&rac : .4.
IL 8. BOWDES, Pr (J. ter Mike the Man" Al'lvugh In.! 4 tM
avowed first purpose of the schoo: w
In preparation for colligo! the administration tH w+

1i feels that the devil : Taylor] Hardware :t
tpmon of character Is the m>>t
important preparation for life. 1h;1 HN
corps from boys of good charac' 44H -.
ter. Much stress is placed upon rt.H
the importance. of honesty In onja :: GENERAL HARDWARE +
relationship with his fellow man, tHtH ww
I The regard for honor is high at t-
Venice Sport CenterNext I KMI The school recognizes the tHtH

I boon after a new cadet arrives he tHtH tie II
feels the influence of the honor
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BILIIIRDS FOR FACVL1Y MEMBERS: school Through seeks military to teach training the punci-thr :. Venice Shoe! Repair Shop :

pies of democracy and a respectfor tH Iia
proper authority In a rr.li N
tar}' school everyone has an equal a.i
chance for advancement In our i +
modern life the need for self-dis 1M
cipline is probably greater than ai tH 41-
any other time. Discipline at KMI t te 14.If-
means the training cf the mind '4-
and body to fit each boy for his ::: '. 4.-.
life's work; to teach him self- e RK-
Keen'sMISSES control that he may be fit to con- Stancil Garage t tN tt
trol others; to teach him the valueof ., -
I time that he may not waste it; t w

: AND' JUNIOR' APPAREL I and to teach him In countless :tH t< GENERAL REPAIR AND: WELDING Y;
of the word wbe
the meaning
d. I duty.ways Military discipline develop[ ::: ,
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Next to Bank I an upright courage, teaches! obedience
II I to rightful authority, develops wI
promptness of decision and oM ea.I .
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I action. It brings out a bay': executive :I K.w
ability ax nothing else ca. ...
do, for, having learned to obey he oM =
U able to command. II. N. WimmersREALTOR
Sound BJdy-MInd: tHtH
KMI is fully aware of the fact

i that a sound body produces a ::: ::
tcund mind. The department ... '
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each cadet be engaged: in sow. :tHt Venice, Florida :lea.:

healthful activity every afer oon tH tH .4t...
facilities i rill
Bank The school provides
1 sports. ... .
expresses '14 .t.,
1 The following
"1'l!!m: lURED GOODS the offer of the school: "Te. be at Venice Lumber Co.QUALITY :E.
home In all lands and ages: T' .
count nature a familiar acquaint.

taco, and Art an Intimate friend: ::: BUILDING MATERUL wLVtE 1925 :::
To gain a standard for the appre- tH .e,
elation of other men's work and 4.-
the criticism of your own: To'': Venice Ave. at Seaboard Pbone Mil ::::
carry the keys if the world's lie :tHtH lea.
racy In your pocket, and feel Its ,tHtH
esources behind you In whatever 44.a.
To make'tH *
"K" Club ; ask oats of you friends among the men of : ,

your own age who are to be leadrs ,t tHt Valencia Apartments :
life To los :
I >' In all walks of : w
CANDY enthusiasms
yourself In generous t
and cooperate with others for the : Four Blocks frum Beach and Shopping Center ....
of Bank 1 ommon ends: To learn manners I,= % ;rw
rom students who are gentlemennd _
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form character under profes- : DAN AND LEO OPRIS1U
ors who are Christians: This Istb !
1 offer of the school for the best ;
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