Venice gondolier
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079934/00154
 Material Information
Title: Venice gondolier
Uniform Title: Venice gondolier (Venice, Fla. 1946)
Physical Description: 20 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Carroll H. Williams
Place of Publication: Venice Fla
Creation Date: January 21, 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: UF00079934:00154
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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suscitator Arbor Day Goes New C of C Heads Ordinances Hit

Unnoticed Here .

rive Forges To Take OfficeFive : t

Although Arbor Day was marked .
by tree planting ceremonies in By Council Crowd

Goal many schools and parks In other
arer parts of the elate today, no observances to He Sworn in ;

were planned here tie) At _. fj.'..R.,,;
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far as could be determined. ;

council and Local Club Homer E. Mike.el1, principal of new five-man board of directors I Further

Raise Pledges to \Soo the Venice-Nokomis High School, of the VeniceNokomisChamber Council President Helps
Laid he had received no word from

|vilh the Venice City Council the State Department of Education Nov. of Commerce, elected Firemen Woods Blaze: Study IsPromised 1t
concerning Arbor plans. 26 when the organization'sstructure .

I the Community Service Club]I And similar reports erait\, by was reorganized by the A large woods fire, another in .

h i authorizing contribution,II other local groups. general membership, will be In. the series that has been breakingout .traced :

drive for funds to purchase A release received by the Gondolier Ltailed at a banquet next FridayIn I in the Venice area during the !I M
I past felwct.ks, swept over several
usiitator or similar emergencyice earlier In the week quoted the Venice Country Club. I
blocks of vacant land on the
Thomas D. Bailey, state school .
for the I
area continued to superintendent as saying that The installation ceremonies will west side of Harbor Dr. last Friday with a harr-i?* of protests
ge ahead this week be in charge of Robert G. Hamei .
"most schools" would hold appro from members cf the auji.i ; .

he council voted Tuesday to i priate ceremonies to call attentionto retiring president of the chamber. eral It hours wad extinguished of work by Fire after Chief HIV- 'n<'c, the Venice City; Council p ;
Rate S100 after President Albert! the need for forest conservation .
And Immediately after they are Dewey S'ephens, Police Chief Herbert promised nt Its meeting in the '.
In Florida.
[grist explained the purpose of: over, a new president will be I O. Hanchey, Building Inspcr- Civic Center Tuesday night to investigate .

campaign, which was started Arbor Day Is held In April Inmost chosen, committees named and an toGuy Curwodo Council President the delinquent tax situation 4, '

result of the drowning on Nov.:j I'I the third northern Friday states In January but falls here on outline given of the programs the i I crews Albert and others.Sicgriit. city street further beforj considering t ,; f

of James E. (Jimmy> Blades because of Florida's early planting new directors have formulated In The blaze Is thought to haw two proposed new ordinances for .:

non of Dr. and Mrs James E.des I season The winter months areconsidered Informal meetings in the last bO been started by embers from a pile fin d pus
of Venice. The Community best for tree planting,,, days. of stumps that were burned on the The ordinances both of them I Ul
vice Club last in this state, because the roots are Spadaro tract southwest cf town. A
night approveJ The new directors are George dealing with collcti"n of delinquent -
then dormant and less likely to be All affected land was outside of
?50 contribution. I I Edmondton of the Edition
damaged. owner city limits, but sparks from the taxis on real and personal I

'j gridt said spokesmen of the ion Farms 'Land-O-Sun" Dairies: fire threatened homes inside tied I property were prepared by City

Vcl American Legion Post, A. B. Hider, owner of the Gulf. limits on the east side! of Harbor Attorney M. A Braswcll on instructions
Venice-MyeMca Reopening, orecze Hotel; George Devlin, own- from lust year's council
of the Dr. ,
campaign, had told
I er of the Nokomis Garage M. A.
Granted License ; and passed on first reading
in they planned to buy the latest' Liquor Bra-twill, local attorney, and J. 'r.BIJloek. lint week The It'ttl'r11.II first J'

[pe of resuscitator and keep it In Holding a brief special meeting vice president of the I suggested by former Counrilmiri

:al fire headquarters. It would yesterday afternoon at the CivicCl'ntl'r Venice-Nokomlj Bank First KMI! Dress Finn W Caspersen. u real cstat.j ,
The 15-man retiring board of directors broker, who asserted they would
juj be available, he said, for use the Venice City Council
approved an application hy MM has also been invited to I help' the city clear up its delinquent :.
drownings, heart
and Albert G, ,Slack for a permit to attend Parade ta't account If
ler emergencies in the Venice! tell liquor In the Morocco Roomof Gala Party Sunday The first ordinnnce which provide J.

ikumis-Laurel area. the Venlce-Mvakka Hotel. Cost The banquet Is to be a gaia II for the settlement of all 1 t

An Obligation of the city permit U $300 and asimil.ir paity, according to J. Leighton I Kentucky MiliUry Instltut.lll buck taxes and Improvement liensfor
I had been first dress parade of the Venue amount equal to the as.tcm-
frhe Council head also explained permit already Count* Cornwell, who was made I an
obtained from the tounty. director at the winter season an annual eentthat td'ul".. of the property, was ,'Ie;-
chamber publicity I
(at present plans were' for an : draws crowd from through-I 1 tlned by A. B. Ruler of ..tomsGraves
The hotel will open for business came time the new board was
ereency.. crew to come here today, according to MM. Sla"-!:. chosen. A former special assistant 1'I out the area will be held Sunday -. ; all anon as It was read for

jom Ft. flyers and to train local who formerly owned the hotel us to the a'torncy general of th'! The afternoon rmrcn'ng' will take plll"'(' on I tlv second lime by Hider C'ltv w.inte Clerk I .
[siclcnu In the use of whatever Mrs. Evelyn Stearns The 4 .room United States, he will act as mas- the paracie grounds In front of t"cschool's Helga ROCKS easIne "
much tix
vice is obtained. Mayor Louis hostelry was sold list year to ter of ceremonies and introducethe I ) winter Quarters in ti to know how
i the delinquentproperty
Her pointed out that resuscita. Raymond Bell, publicity! man J'I speakers and guests. |i center of town. It is due to start this would give "'
Washington, D. C It was The latter are expected to include at 3:30: pm. and end about 4.13: : i ,
|rs generally Were purchased by Mrs. Slack la Answer Not Known .
over again by Wilfred Robarts president according to Cant Owen Pillan. I
ty governments and the vote month and has been under repair I of the Sarasota Chamber of Com- I public relations officer of 1(1\{I. 1 After considerable discussion ''sir: .

us taken after Councilman for the last: three wpeki. merce: Millard Davidson, secretary Pillans said thet with the inception over the theory of the ordinance, -",

Myth Brohard said he felt the While the residential part of of the Sanota group and of those assigned to guard I the council admitted it did not ;

"jut the hotel is ready for business Al Ady, -its publicity director. Invitations duty and other isk.i, the entire know the answer to hiM quektion di!
was "definitely) an obllga- Room Is still bcins: I think" he replied,
the have also been sent ti cadet corps of W boys will participate "O'n't you '
cn of the city." redecorated and will not be ready President William Jonas of the in the parI'de. The school I i'that those of us who pay our

The new contributions bring the for :a formal opening for several Englewood chamber: and to others. 57.piece bind will lead the line of taxes are entitled to know hovmuch
1 the color guard tli; city Is going to lose by .
nd to a total of $500, only $300 I days. march fulloved bv .
der the $800 I -- A floor show, dancing an1 and the rest of the corps divided I passage of this ordinance '
goal that has been un
I I DOG also planned for f'n I Into fcur rifle companies. He was told by Councilman
intatixely set for the drive. Oth.i|I Owner of dogsLICENSE were urged games are during which guests will Orders for starting the parade Smyth P.rohurd that there would : ,:

r organizations that have approv yesterday by Mrs. Helga Roess banquet choice of fish or most will! be issued by Cadet Adjutant he no loss, since the purpose of ,.

d l donations Include the legion,, i'blear, city clerk, to lake out new have courses.a Tickets for the fete will I Joe Jones of Louisville Ky.. who I the law was to encourage owners t
i Immediately for their command to which the
tire' the
city will surrender property on
*; the Vtnlcc-Nokomis/ Parent- cost $2 per person and are now on to clear\ up
pets. She said old licenses expired chamber headquarter Cadet Major William Shultz of delinquent taxes at present total- i t
rather Assn, $50; the Rotary' Dec. 31 and that failure to get a tale at the Store and the Venice Des Moines la. after roll call J I led more than the assessed valu. ,
1"b, $50; the Epiphany Catholic I I current tag would make the dog the Rexall Store Leading the band will be the drum 1 tlon. "This should mean gain
harsh' wj to arrcat Unlicensed Furniture James Gwalt- the city," Dr>)-
and tne Wonan's owner subject major, Cadet Pgt. rather than loss to
ub, 100.No he destroyed Any members, former members Ark Faculty members won't '
: dogs may also ney of Osceola, hard said "since a mAn pay
: Personal Solicitation impounded or both Tag for males or prospective members of the will review tne corps as it at all if the taxes are more thin i

Contributions from other organ-'I and spayed females cost $1. while I chamber ulll be welcome to at passes the center of the field. | the land Is worth.

lions tnd individuals will be those for female dogs are "2. I tend. The uniform for the parade will I Hider still wanted to know ?

predated, according to Theo: be white trousers, white cross I' whether the purpose of the lAW .;

andridge. finance oflicer of In, bands, gray blouses and garrison I was "to collect taxes or give r"I -

giontd hrau ot lu icsu..citi.iiiiittrc Scene caps. Before the war coatees were I I lief to o certain smnll percents;;n d
'r e lie aid that radii Jungle Rescue Movie worn during dress parades, 'of landowner ." und he Insisted
duels will .. these were dropped because fore-close on the
not be asked for i ;- the I the city should
itioiu because of legion ,'...../ on I could not bo obtained during : cMirqnent property and sell it t<>

"h mat.L'..., ou. ..at those who To Be Made at Air BaseThe conflict. Officers shakoes of the corps Instead continue of ether owners to clear up the aoi -

fished to participate In the move- to wear (Continued on Page Two)
I occa i
lnt( could send their checks in garrison taps during I -- \

.re, Box of the Resuscitator Fund, P. Venice Army Air Base word Is received that i plane has sions. Ca
221. Venice. which has seen few soldiers since crashed in inaccessible swamps.

Plans have already been made it was deactivated after the war, The finished film will be entitled I, Taxpayer's Association Mix It Up Over Girl '

f Leighton (Count) Cornwell.fblicity of limited military "That Others May Live." It will Result from Meet "nd" local boy e
director of the chamber will be the scene a May I A KMI cadet
show parachute jumps by rescue tinschool' ,
next week of briefly In front
commerce, to give a benefit operation and will be released for First steps toward formation battled lad
rformance The operation will be shootingof crews Assn were winter barracks
at the Gulf Theatre well military exhibi- a Venice
as be the 1
public as said tn
r benefit of the fund If neces- one scene of a moving picture taken late Tuesday afternoon night: in what was who +
show how survivorsof information I result of an argument over
f J.Dandrldge designed to tion.The unit visited the baselast While no authorized
film local girl.
be rescued thematter the right to date a
fund air crashes can could be obtained on had
was appointed Saturday In a C-47 hospital were
five' chairman last week by Leon from tropical Jungles.The to make preparations for it is understood that song The schoolboy gladiators McGuire of
will be made by plane property Cadet Pvt. William
Commander John A. Johan pictures work. Heading the 10 of the city's largest
this week's I John Eckertof
n three technicians for RKO Pathe, met at that time In the Fitzgerald, Ga., and
hisCOUP holders
Nokor.ils. Others on Harry
last week were Capt. I lasted only a
group fight
who will be flown Venice, The
York City, Hotel.Immediate .
> are Dick Rich, local filling New M Abell of Bakersfield, Calif.; Gulfbrceze and was refereed by
member of the 5th Rescue of the session few moments b
scion here by purpose
Robert L. Greg- of Le-
operator Emmons
; Perry C. Williams assist
'y, a printer find Dr. Blades, Squad of MacDIll Field, Tarn-of Capt.nora, Kan, and 1st. Lt. Robert P.I was to discuss the delinquenttax Capt. Bartley G.. ,
be the office the commandant.KMI
will by ant
tchnlcal adv/isor. An account to pa. The "set" Ketcherslde of Los Angeles Calif. ordinances pasted officials said the only .:
Co. hangar later
Aircraft reading
old donation opened the Fette A council on second
funds was advancedjunl'le With them was Ed Montagne sustained by the cadet
will represent an At the some time damages
st which evening
week at. the VenlceNokomUik. Pathe cameraman.The loosened front teeth,
In the film. believed to have were two
air base art
be used those present
will also
local base school senior,
will be shotin Eckert ahigh
for giving while
The legion JsJso' voted to call the Actual Jungle scenes Feb. 4, 5 and 6 lor beach survival laid the groundwork ecaped with a
but on
state said have
' tAe Blades another part of the from local residents their first "organ was t
'ement James E. training by 30 men
MemorW I Fund, In honor ofdoctor's those taken here advanced will show base when MacDiU Field. I, ized voice" in municipal affairs. bruised eye.

e Qost child goes on at an


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Page Two January ...

Services in WisconsinFor Dedication Set Council 011 the who city clerk to
I I City the law t
Teacher's Mother value of the taxes .it
I ,(Continued from Pare One) I valuation or the i lily
JOB PRINTINGLet Funeral services for MM. Chris For BandstandCeremony cd, etc. The report Ism h'th
counts George Gibbs, owner of
Paulson, .mother of Vt'nlceNok finale reads g studied hn*
THE GONDOLIER do YOllrprinting. I mil High School Librarian Miss the Tarpon Center, also protested M

that h. did not want to see some ,
Just phone 3131. Sylvia Paulson, were to, have been to Pay
I one "gel off for assessed valua. -.t
held yesterday at her form.'rhl'me
Tribute to WorkersWith tion when the property Is worth NEED PRINT
I' in Marshfield, Wis. \C1 .i
15 limes more." He suggested that 't
Mrs Paulson, who celebrated repairs on the Civic Cen. Phone THE OONDo1JaI'!
the council' should "get Into this
her 73rd birthday just a few daM ter bandshtll neatly completed by matter more thoroughly."
ago died Sunday morning at th* City Councilman Victor Ket'y and Ca prncn Answers Venice 3131.
family home In Nckomls Her his crew of volunteer worker, The Second ordinance, which

body was taken back to WI .oon. plans were made this week for provides for automatic referral to -
new, completely fur. the city attorney each April 1 ot r
her husban.1and .
tin Monday by
on dedicating the rejuvenated truoI
nished apartments each with all land on which taxes are two
living room bedroom, kitchen. daughter. I I urc at a formal ceremony on Feb, or more years, delinquent also
A native of Denmark, Mr"i, I
4. was subjected to considerable
ette and tile bath, In hopping
Paulson came to this count'y I. Lnjhton Cornnill. pUDIlt'lty' questioning by Hider, Stephen f,
district only I 5 blocks from I 't
Susnjar of the Momo Apts., E. G WORK
beach while young and lived in VViscon director rf the chamber of commerce WE Do

kin until the family moved U raid the principal objective I I Dan Engman Oprislu of of the the Polnt-O-Palms Valencia A p..,, lTWEEN YOU ANDMEI
resided for lime of the ceremony would! be totind
Moderate RentBy i Florida They a und ethers.Ca.persen. I$
in the Valencia Apt, Vcoice. before "\ public thanes to Ilf'ty aol answered the critics
his men for their work! 01 thlr -
NoKomis by saying that the "problem ibstill
moving to
I l !'er.The OF
Month Season -. Year that have $20,000 worth HIGBINIA A
Survivors include, In addi ion chamber official adder: we a
of land on which no taxes are being .+, QUAIITyt
I to the hi'sbind: and daughter: a ho" For Information collected, and that the ordinances
I I brother In St. Petertburg and a raise money to help finance: aodli ore designed to put It
I list l"iD"o\omrnts In the d'! '
11 rite or Cull sister In Marsh/ield. I back on active tax rolls He said
S. I'. u'oj,1f 2673 I I Mli Paulson Is t'ue to return park. Estima'lng thai this wrnl it would do no good for the cityto
sometime next week. During t ah T Till. ho laid A 'wish-
here foreclose on the property involved
'Ing well" full -of would h1pOiiauc
Venice, Florida: her absence her place is being prize since "we sill can't collect
Miss Sue Miller, a substitute cd no that everyone Indl-
I filled by | .. taxes on it unless someone buys
'e lv ran pay his share of fair
teacher. it In, and no one'is going to do I
cots by buying f chance and
Qt!. ..tJ . N . R R . : "f thirg rut"-hl'-pr're.Improvement., that when the back taxes will
1 ., cost more than the property Is
I i: j The: Improvements contemplatedi worth
BEGINNING JAN. 29lh "If hat better plan it
anyone a
i include! benches and tables for the
1F4 I
should be considered" Caspersen
i grandstand *o It can be used forrecrea'lnnal
9 I' O'C LOCK I,: hanging said But he held that "if it comes 1
i'I nets ind"r the bandstand room t<' to a choice between doing some.
A S \ fJRD:11' MORNINGRT: CLASS : Imn-ove its appearance: bullrfln thing like this or doing nothing,
I we'll whole lot do-
gain a more by
'urmhado b'hind the park shut
:i flr.board court the Ing something" .1PlA
s : repairing
For a I Limited :Number uf Talented CLildrenPencil ; II horseshoe courts ) The council passed the measureon 111
I ; nlaanc urrhSlMjI second after
I) constructing a j reading asking

: Charcoal Oil Painting I, The dedication program is tl'l 1'l i 0 I. ..t .. 'a "M .:'."i 1.' ."'. 6 Novell I
r'a Include an address by an outstanding -
11 / Fprikfr: music by one or
more band, ee All civic group I For Your Valentine!
. . . Z.. . w .\1 I I'I I be asked to participate 1
Those to be honored include Ring Cro.by's.
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4 Rett>', Owner Dan Oprisiu of the I 11 ,
"St. Valentine'. Album"
: Valencia Ap'p: Leo Opiisiu Dan'i
ENGLE'S TEA ROOM l 1 I eon; Contractor O"orge Yours I Also ry

berg, and oth..rll The band'staV I Large Selection of t

: | had no rrof aid looked like the I RECORDS: nnd

0\ HIGHWAY 773: EVGIEWOOD | "Last Days of Pompeii" before I GREETING: CARDS

PHONE VENICE U86 *, j they began rebuilding it shortly
"( after R- tty's election In Dccpmj I Ii

DH.l(.IOUS, SATISFYING MEALS j her. I I AlphaMusic

Luncheon 12- 2 Dinner 5o8:3o( : \ Cur wood Buried :: Shop

SINDtY DINNER HOURS: 12.45 2:30 5:30 8:00 t I At Englewood Sll w. Venice Aye Opp. Bank) Phone SCSIIN

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,j for Charles E Curwood

:: NOW READY TO SERVE YOU 79 father of Build'ng Inspector
Guy E. Cur..ord of Venice. H<' The Anchorage
+ died at the Sarasrta Hospital last

: Vx Repairs on All Makes oft: : Saturday afttr an illness rf about

: .O..aU.o. Radios Also on Sot\ox, ** a Coming year. here 24 yeirs ago from I NO OMlS. FLA.

Conneaut. Ohio Mr. Curwood sass
Record Players and I Ham-
.i, Repair one of Englewocd'f pioneer settlers \

*: monJ Orgai .,. :t He Is survived by his wife,:

Mrs Stella B Cirwood: hi. 1101"1 l Announces the Opening of Its

=: One Day Service jjj Guv and two if nd"vn Charles,
rf Englewood and Turt nf "'""lro 'j
w ..
+ The services were c"" '' ted b"

:Z!: All Work Guaranteed Over 20 Years Experience t J R..v, 'noM Tie"a W'nfiF wM.-t!!

M tor who l III wintering!: In Englf-! i
+ wo'd I IJossart's I DiningRoom

: Smitty's Radio Service *+ II I I

Father Dit"SI
: OPEN 9.SO: A.M.: 'TILL 5:30: fM. :+ By Reservation OnlyOn

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The elder Mr T '-sue rtu,/ pim. '

I.O.CLNIE: day of a heart nllnicnt. HI',1\'I" Turn west OB Sunset' Drive
75 years old.Survivors ,
include hit "-Idww: II" I Just North of Roberts Bay Bridge

several other sons, daughters and II 11
grandchildren. -
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January 21, IMA! jr
fDOII't Page Three tfr

HE SPOTS AREfarftf Stutzman Girl, Mitchell Boy

7o Get Gooiest'' SundaesPair Use Gondolier Classified Ads Call 3131 \ '

Win Essav Contest

Sponsored by C. of C.

A dinner a movie and the "goo- Hopes for Bradley Visit Venice Shoe Repair Shop
for sundae In town are In store Ended by Officer's Letter
4 and Raymond Mitchell, senior, of, Chamber of Commerce hopes Rear of Arcade Barbershop.

the Venice-Nokomis High School. lor a visit this winter from Gen Opposite Post Office
These two pupils are the lucky Omar Bradley, chief of staff of
winners In the essay contest sponsored the U. S. Army, were dashed to
by the local :hamber of the ground this week.A Complete.11odern l
Commerce and conducted last' letter was received by J.
will week by J. Leighton (Count I Leighton (Count) Cern well. publicity Shoe Repairing and j

Cornwell, the chamber's publicity: director of the chamber explaining -
director. The essay told "Why I, that while the general LeatherVorl{
Should Join the Chamber of Commerce "wished It
." were possible to accept .
: your cordial Invitation" he would
The two winners were picked : find It ImpON'Iblc to do BO. Also Polishing I
from 125 entries Preliminary Reasons given
fit' were that the
judging was done by Miss Mildred general's February schedule was "We Make Sick Frank C. Raeburn Owner 1
,Y7 YM McAmls. English teacher, who "already full" and that "he feel
gave the 12 best to Cornwell last I he must be available during the Shoe.'cll" For Pickup and Deliver I'hone 33X1'

Friday for final selection. Barbara opening sessions of congress" The
Is the daughter of Mr. and : letter was signed by !.t. Tol. G. B.
Mrs. A. W. Stutzman, Englewood Hansen, public rp'ations; assistantto J
and Raymond Is the son of Mr the chief of staff.It .
i RQ 11 Ir you arc buying: or selling:
lit 'cm bother j'Oal! and Mrs George Mitchell of Ven madno mention of the fart / ,
real estate, you will need
ice.Their that Bradley had been In nearby
Our Sanitone dry cleaning I essays follow: Tuna Gorda while on a Florida YOUf 5 0 speedy, accurate service.r .

service will loon hive your hunting trip last weeit. The Invl- *
clothes looking freak By BARBARA STUTZMAN tut inn was extended to the central
picnic I
Chambers Real has value If
of Commerce are associations estate no ,
and new again.Sanitone by ormvell during n recent trip
formed by tradesmenand to Washington DOUCY the title is not clear wOF
cleans extra thor I
merchants for the purpose of Cornwell hud homed to persuade "
oughly. It gently removes protecting and furthering the
Bradley to play in a February
perspiration, floats out imbedded commercial Interest ot the com golf tournament that would be 9 KIEL Let us explain Title Insurance '
dirt and grit. It munity to which the Chamber belongs staged here for benefit of the to you or be Mire you )havean ;

revives dulled colon, restores The fundamental purpose Army and Navy Relief Fund. Abstract with Attorney's i.
softness and however, Is to Increase the pros
original luster.
1 opinion. J'f
perity and the Individual business
Have fun on picnic.
your interest of the Sucha
And call ua If you need us. body may Influence community.local, state: her of Commerce which promote .
provincial, or national legislature. the things which make rnv city a Abstract Companyof t

Therefore, it Is appropriate that I better place In which to lIVe.
join and support the Chamber in
VENETIAN my !cralit)'. By RAYMOND MITCHELLYour Sarasota f flien
Chamber of Commerce Is

Seeing need of Improvement or J. Prrmon President
composed of civic-minded and ,<
men .
lack ct attention paid to the less ACCTRACY ESTABLISHED; HZ1 SfcRVirf
CLEANERS women who have your interests In TELEPHONES 2131 Mid SHI US SIXTH 8TREF1 ,
Important points of Interest in his
mind. When join Chamber
you your 4 ,
community, many a person will
of Commerce
can help to
talk of what should be done, not
\\'. Venice Ate. Opp- EMI look out for those Interests a* wellas
conscious of the fact that he
those of your friends and of
alone could help make the com VENICENOKOMISBANK :
the whole community. An activeChamber
ideal by obtaining memo I
munity /
Phone 2671 of Commerce will bring
bership In. and supporting the
about the growth and prosperityof
Chamber of Commerce I .
your town, and If you are a
If I member of this organization
were a
business man your business will\
opinion as to maters -
my growwith the town. One cannot "
concerning me indirectly I have a growing business if the
would be regarded. I believe it It
community is not growing
my duty to support with my.1 The Chamber of Commerce h Complete
and Ideas the Cham4fffffffffffffffffft4 -
money my
the oreanbation! thAt sees to the

.t4-Ffi fffffSffffffffl fffff beautification cf the cl'y.Vhl'n Banking Facilities
1 you nee something you would Ilk.
done to aid the city you may not '
i he able to dot\ nor-on qllv. But Commercial Accounts *?

iI iI I if you of bring Commerce It "ef"rpnut and the srr Chamber ges-- _T Savings Account ;1

firm Is r".!onable In 'ill] probability 1 T ,1
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Your Chamber of Tomiverccthe lit ; Checks ,
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information about yore, town they
.. will get In touch with the Chamberof "WE INVITE YOUR ACCOUNT"Member t
,; Commen-e Thin may! prove ad-
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;.- Also when you work with your of Federal! Deposit Insurance Corp.
... city through the Chamber of a
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BEHIND THE noimr SIGN of the modern American *

t Q.)_. y pharmacy there burin a lamp as old as history itself Open Every Day y

H L-jp? the lamp of learning. :$

H """" For today's pharmacist is a man'of lone; and specialized :t
N have broad t* BREAKFAST 7 A 1\1. UNTIL, CLOSING
he must a
training.; To get his college degree,
H and exact knowledge of the many technical sciences associated LUNCHEON 12 NOON 'TIL 2:30: P.M.- r

with the action, handling and dispensing of drugs, chemicals, :JJ DINNER 3:30 P.M. 'TIL 9 P.M.

H biological products and other medicinal agents. |H' COCKTAIL LOUNGE 3 P.M 'TIL 1 A M

M He must pass rigid State examinations to become a licensed ::

H Then, like your doctor, he must keep abreast of the latest :$

medical developments the newest drugs, and the constant I* Special DailyBusinessmen's

improvement pharmaceutical products. H-
The shelves of his pharmacy are stocked with the newest dis- H.I Luncheon -. Only 85c

I coverlets of medical science and an array of bright, attractive merchandise *

I : that go to make today's drug store a center of service in :t Complete 5-Course Dinners $1.25 to $2.50
IS community. *

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Pare Pour VENICE GONDOLIER Friday, laauaq

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Janie's JottingsBy I Cancer Society's Dance ,:.

I Janet T. Conover |t l
Termed a 'Big Success'
Gondolier Social Editor J I!

Today Is "moving day" for Mr. and Mrs. P. P.iyinoml Erickson: and .----..!

their son, John, of Chicago. They have purchased the home of Mr. and $180 Realized
Mrs. J. Webster Manning on Pensacola Rd. Mr. and Mrs. Erickson Even 'Doc' Gets Nervous l IatIwr IIIoiI
cut.Enjoy .
are both very fond of outdoor sports, such as fishing'golf, etc., and
When Stork Visits Wife
naturally found Venice an Ideal location for their winter residence.i iI For Fight %
Mr. Erickson owns and operatesan Patients of Dr. Talmadge S.

automobile accessory factoryin : Mrs. E. W Schmidt of St. Paul Thompson, W. Venice Ave.. Your
the Windy City. Son John, a Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. David Against DiseaseWith learned this week that even physicians -
former KMI student Is a speed Butterfield and Father Edward dash madly to the hos-
boat enthusiast and has two fast Butterfield of Lake City, Mich.0 pital when the stork arrives.
boats that will soon be skimmingover a crowd estimated nt Arriving at his office duringthe Vacation MoreIn
local watt rs. Sale of the prop doctor1 regular business
Rev. Roy Gustafson, former pas about ISO In attendance the dance
erty was made by Frank J. Cad- bourn on Monday, the patients
well through the office of H. N. tor of the Venice First Baptist liven last Friday night for the fourd the premises empty and a .-
Wlmmers, lealior.Mr. Church, was in town Saturday benefit of the local branch of the note on the door. "Have gone to
and :Mrs. Manning, by th visiting many of his acquaintance American Cancer Society was the hospital," it announced 'to Clean,
will leave Venice temporarilyto here Now doing evangelistic work I wife and son."
way see my
make of the state before Rev. Guitafson was attending a termed a "big success" by thou I )
a tour The time of his departure was Fresh
meeting In Gulfport and decidedto In charge.A ?
going to their home In Washington not given but inquiries revealed -
D. C. They say If it gets "too stop in Venice and see some of total of $180 was realized from that the baby was born to Clothes
cold" up there, they'll come right his old friends With him were Dr. the sale of dance tickets, auctioning Mrs. Thomson on Sunday nightat I I .
back. Otherwise they mill wait until pod Mrs. Charles Beal of Tampa of prizes and other contributions the Sara. "a Hospital He Warm Florida
next year to come back to stationed with the army at Ma:. according to Mrs. "weighed In" at 7 Ibs 12 oz. and Weather !M
Vence. Dill Field, Tampa. Charles McG R'berts lieutenant- has been named Stanley Warren quires frequent changea
-0- -0- commander of the local organiza. Thcmpson eI

Miss Eileen Calace daughter of Mrs. W, E. Hiatt and her young tion. The money will be used for The new "papa" returned to clothing but even "Itha]
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur CaUc of daughter both of Tell City, Ind., (cancer research and education the office a short time later, small wardrobe that
Granada Ave., entertained at a are staying for a few weeks at throughout the country with fiO looking haggard but suitably no pro
dinner party at her home Monday Pearson's Guest House, Her son per cent of it remaining in Florida proud. And boxes of cigars and lam if you rely on ut
evening. Her guests were the Bill, is a KMI cadet.0 candy were found on his office
Misses Shirley Bowden and Carolyn -- The affair was held at the Civic table during this week. QUICK WASHING
Gruel and KMI Cadets Don Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Haas ot Center W. Venice Ave and Har- Both mother and ron were reported -
Kurfecs, Joseph Jones and Hem) of Louisville, Ky., were in town bor Dr. :Mayer Louis Ruter actk.'las a.) doing nicely
Durham. for a short visit. Their son Ron master of ceremonies, Johnny I DRY CLEANING
_o- ald Is a cadet at KMI. Kdmondfon and members of his

Jack Washington, Nokomis left -0- orchestra donated their service' Art Class for Children I I'las
to play for dancing, Miss Carol
Tuesday for Logan W. Va., when Spending a werk at Polnt-O- Tate of Englewood gave a song Planned by ExTeacherAn Free Pick Uo & Deliver
he was called by the Illness of his Palms In Nokomis were Mr. and
and dance number the In
mother, Mrs. John W. Washington Mrs. L. M. Breschbill of Sawder- termission and many others helped art class for children of |j To Sue UU Trouble
Jr. ton Pa. school age'iII be started next
with the program.
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Prize Winners J
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Fields of Word has been received via a Vacheresse at her home In Palm Venice
A list of all those who received Laundry
Warfield Ave are entertaining as clipping from a Howell, Mich., Haven.
their guest Sgt. Jean Derby. who paper that Mrs Edith Bates, formerly -I prizes vas not kept but the name Instruction will be given in pencil ., and
has been stationed with the WACIn of Nokomis, but now of were obtained of two women who and charcoal sketching and In

Austria. She Is In the states on Gregory, Mich., has been marriedto were lucky enough to get double I oil painting. I Dry Cleaning Service
prbes They wore Mrs. George Mrs Vacheresse holds degrees
leave fcr a month.Vacationing Osmond Schrage of Pontiac, two -
Mich. Hig"l. who got a ]large homemadecake in fine arts frcm Ohio I
S --0-- I and a box: of cosmetics, ani University She has been State I' West Venice A'e.
In Venice until May Mrs. Sam Colgate of Nokomis instructor in the Morgantown. W I
are Mr. and Mrs Winfield Lyon Just heard this week that a I Mr Colgate, president of the Va. high school and was also as{, MR. ANNE SI'ELS
cf Willimantic, Conn. daughter Teresa Nell was born PTA received a handmade tl'p Distant county art supervisor in I
Dec 16 to Mr. and Mrs. Douglas )
-0- and blanket.
I a Monagalie County, W, Va. ||I,
E. Cunningham In Selma. Ala
Mr. and Mrs. A R. Afford of I Local sponsor of the society and:
Benton Harbor, Mich., arrived last Mrs. Cunningham is the former
j the dance Is the wsmcn's auxiliary
Hellyn Murphy, daughter of Mrs.'
week for several months' vacationat I of the No-Vel Post American
Alexander Murphy of the Worth. Once In A Lifetime Radio !
the Granada Court Apts. Their Legion. After the dance Mrs Rob Buy
daughter Mrs. F. E. Hartsell of ing'on Apts. erts Issued a statement thankingall
West Lafayette Ind., was also --0-- those who contributed to the
here. but for only a week. She left Guests for several days this program's success.In BRAND NEWSPARTON
Wednesday for the cold northland.0 week of Mr. and Mrs. Frank .1.
addition to those already
Cadwell of Harbor Dr. were Mr.
mentioned. Mrs. Roberts (Included
House guests of Mr. and Mrs end Mrs. Len Rounds of Tampa.
Alfred Buereau of Harbor Dr. sire Mrs. Rounds Is Mr. Caldwell the members of her committee: iM FM Table Model
Mr. and Mrs. George Gallpeau and niece. 'I the auxiliary: the boy and girl ONLY

daughter Jan of East Leverett, -<)- tcout.1Yio decorated and cleaned
Mass. Mr. Galipeau is Mrs. But- the hall and the many merchant $59.95You'll
1 reau's brother Mr. and Mrs. 3 C. Cassady. who donated prizes.
i their two daughters, Kay and
Prizes Left
-0- Mary and Mr. Cassady's mother look a long time t
k Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Smith, Nokomis all of Louisville, Ky., have been So many prizes were contributed match this radio value. Thlnl
have as guests Mr. and Mrs. enjoying a stay at the Worthington Mrs. Roberts said later, that 15 of It BOTH standard broadcast .
Harry Eisenhart of Washington Mr. Cassaday and his mother were left over. These will be used
D. C. Mr. Eisenhart Is purchasing returned today to Kentucky at the games and bridge party and ftatic-frec FM, plus large permanent magnet speaker;
agent for the Department of the but Mrs. Cassady and the children !-I that will be held for th<- benefit of built-in loop antenna for AM Internal line antenna for
Interior. will remain In Venice for the 001'1-ty en Wedn r -0- several months' vacation.O at the Gulfbreeze Hotel FM; hairline tuning. Distinctlce mahogany veneer cabinet with
Folk'p"ltonlne! : at the Dnn. -0-- The society heart! has Jso put
Mar-C Trailer Park Include Heir her vacationer at the Worth- I out a call for piuilc contributions eBomzcd front and metalizea gill.

N. Mirtn and John T Hart of Ington are Mr. and Mrs J. L of bed jackets and "scuffles" to SOLD EXCLUSIVELY HERE BY
4 Ahevile! N. C' Mr. and Mrs J. Pate and children Jim Jr. and be used by hospltali7 cancer
V. Thornton of Orange, N. J.; M.' Ann and Mr. Pate's parents of patients. She said anyone who
fend Mrs G. B. Dempsey cf Glovcrsville F.1'"rb thtown Ky.; H. N. Berg wanted to donate either the fin- VENICE RADIO SERVICE
N. Y.: Mr ard Mrs. John ft Newport. Dela; Mr. and Mrs. ished products or the material to
Gearhart of Shelby, Ohio; Mr. and Ben Garrison and family' of Mor- make them. could do so by contacting Sick Radios Made Well In Venice"
Mrs. N. F Blencoe, also of Glover ganton. N. C., and Mr. and Mrs her, or leaving them with

Long of Sterling, Ill ; Mr anal State College, Pa. I Laut.dry .

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For the Discriminating Diner !

i1 Venice-Myakka Hotel

Macatee's Restaurant ; .

On the Trail at XokoinUWe :! 'f x-3 Now Open

feature a wide variety of the

best In Sea Foods, Maine Lobster I .

.. Stone Crabs, Pompano Frog Legs, .... Rates from $2 Single $4 Double i

ri Shrimp, etc. .

Al-o Choice Western Roasts, Ii ,

Steaks, Chops, Chicken II- Watch for Opening

:'. A La Carte Dinners Priced from $1.25 ,ii THE MOROCCO ROOMFOR


r 0 Also Our Table D'Hote Dinners from $1.50 ,

r' .. We strive to satisfy the most exacting appetite !
W I MR. & MM" AL O. SLACK or nOlI

r Open 8:00 a. m. to *:90 p. m. now U1Si Iit. Owners and Operator.J..g" VENICE "..

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21, 1949 ,


|ese New Year Studied Alvin !7
Jones' The United States has only mae
ting for the flnt time In the Woman's Club Cadets to Attend) per emt'of the worlds farat

Year, the youngsters of the Sister to Wed urea., whereas'Russia has about 21 9

ems class of the First Bap. Meets Baptist ChurchMost per cent and Brazil 13 per cent

hurcb studied about ChiYears plan have been made by Miss Wednesday The rest Is divided among CO or r
eW customs Tuesday Zula Mae Jones, daughter of Mr. of the cadet corps of the more other nations Protect Floe
oon In the Sunday school and Mrs W. VV. Jones of St. Petersburg bunch, Business Session Kentucky Military Institute |('a', woodlands so this natural:

and sister of Alvin Jonesof Planned by Local GroupThe which young men now -.Includes is expected some to 304 attend resource can be Increased
her the direction of their Nokomis. for her marriage to
the evening services of the
Mrs. William Bellamy, Carl F, Pierce of St PeteMUi Venice-Nnkomls Woman GULFTheatre
First Baptist Church this
Club will n, ,ct next Wednesday coming
made Chinese lanterns out of Mariam Smith daughter cf
afternoon at Macatces Restaurant Sunday
The group will meet again Mrs Alvin Jones, will be maid of in Nokomis The session The coups for many yean has
Tuesday afternoon honor at the will
wedding. The begin with a luncheonand
cere- made It a practice to attend ser'vIces Venice
will will be followed Plume 1961
mony take place on Saturday. by an Important
there on the first or scconJ
Jan, 29, at the First meeting. Member
Avenue Methodist
I Sunday after arriving In Venice' Box Office
I Church of St are asked to make reservationsfor Opens 7 30 t
for the An invitation Show Starts 8:00
Also themselves and their guests by winter for
having a part In the
will be young Nathan Jones, calling the restaurant beicrc noon the school to continue the tradition Matinee Sunday
son of Mr. and Mrs Byron Jones on Tuesday was issued this week by Rev Box' Office Opens 2:41 poOL u
of Because: of the business meeting, Show Starts S : r
Groveland Ave He will ba the the D. Campbell Crawford, pastor of p. nt
ring bearer. luncheon Is to start at 1 pm. Short Subjects Shown Before
-- instead of 1:30 as orlglnilly plan. the church, and he said he expected : and After She Feature
GW w.tfg Bad The business, session will be that most of the boys would -_
St. Marks Bishop's Group lImited to members of the club, accept if they are off duty. Friday and Saturday
arm '"'t Picks Officers for 1949 luncheon.but gu:E'S Mill' be welcome at the The 5rtvce111 start at 7:30p Jin 21 22

,m. and members of the genel'llJ1ubllc "Rocky"with
At a meeting held last Wednesday Party
I evening at the rectory, the- The club it also plannirg a publi I will be welcome if statin..
StRV/ICe UASHES KHGMT1ES'MA Bishops1 Committee of St Marks e games and bridge party for space Is available. Mr. Ciawfoid, ItKldv Mrlkmull Edgier:
?EXACTLY RIGHT!* Episcopal Church elected officers the night cd Jan. 31 It will be held I topic will be entitled "Face Value:' Barrier Nita nnater.-
TWV CAUTHE SAKDMAK for the year 1949. at the Ciiir Center and proceed I Gale Shenvwnlsnd
The Kill choir will also! pititicipate ,
MAKE tl U SLEEP ATNK3HT* Those chosen were Viram Id 4 will be for the benefit of the or- "Rugg"A ._
gTiiza'lons in the church dedication ot No I
senior warden: S Jarvis Adams building fund. Mrs
Junior xvardii; H S. Alien, trea Charles MfC Roberts will be party its new organ on Sunday, Fib '3. Newt Cartoon ?lu.icaiRecording j 1
surer, Mr Adams, Bithops man, chairman and Capt. liiram R. The service will be held at 4 p... i : Walt niHiei't l : *.
Dear to limit"Vundij ii
and Frank L. Fisher alternate IJo will call the games ; with lira. Douglas Arnall, church! My '
Couples who "Mild Ilk,' to play)
c The annual man convention of the h' Idge at the p %ty, but need I organist, presenting a program of I and Mond-n
Diocese of South thirds or Icurths 'to complete a music with the help of the choir ,Inn 'S U'
Florida win fc*
held in May at Key rest foursome, should call JrIF: Vince and other vocalists "SO Evil My Love I
.--- nt Dixon at 1152 or k I The corps will probably a>.tcn.. A Romantic Obsession tint f
Several Florida: barto are hflp- Fisher at 3J32. other local churchtw later in tin I was Madras f
Ing promote campaigns to expand season.Musicians with
the state countywide forest lire Week of Prayer Planned Ray Millund Ann Todd,
1 control kvntpmm .. derulrtlne FitiK'raid
By Baptist Missionaries! Invited to Join -Al 'S I/9/' ::/"tl/' '', ''ll''m:71'm' mmmTimm-m mmmm :. "" Latest )News' nnil Cartoon
The Women Missionary Union New Area Civic OrchestraAn
A TREAT FOR YOUR TASTE! : oi the Fir t Baptist Church metTuesday 'Tale Recording from :Mmna.oods"Culumbiu'ii

Seafood from Ocean and Gulf Topic for afternoon the afternoons at the church.program -I held at organizing the Civic meeting Ctn.er will next be Torn-0-. ",..d. T"'un.. i if

which was led b\' Mrs. .T. Thursday, Jan 27, by Members '
o: Ian, ?5 ?8 n 1
D. Stephen was Christ the An-
Kinds of I the newly-estaout-hed Civic Orchestra "Easter Parade"'
ewer: for the lndlIduJ' The devotional -
was led by Mrs. H. S. tor Venice a..d vciidty.i Mu'dc. Glamour and MirthIn J
rJAll IIMI : Smith, while others who participated The group still needs more mnsiclans Beautiful Technicolor ,
I Ir the program were Mrs Paul I Gnldenstein, origi Starring t '4t
and Jennie t'hens'clt. MM George nator of the orchestra Idea, urge: Fred Aotaire. .lud> fiartinil. 'f
iI I Hauser, Mrs Elihu Roberts and anyone who plays any I Irstrumcn' Peter Law ford, Ann Miller f.f.J '
Mr George Higel to attend the meeting: and Join th -Also, It! y t
SCALLOPS OYSTERS!' I The group also discussed plans group He else stated that some A Good Curl nn
for its Week of Prayer for Home Instruments are available for three Recording: TeS Her'*
SHRIMPS lOBTFRxLAMS I Missionaries which will be held who can play but do not have "Song for Oh:Id'en" .
their own equipment All 7','f! I
from Feb. 28 to Mar 4 The women Recordirjts vm- j
(' CRABS have chosen a" their community The meeting is scheduled tf r Courtesy Alpha Music Shop
mi'lon* project the making 7:41 p.m. '
cf ocufflcf for the American '
Fresh Daily Cancer Society. These will be used -

for hosnitallzcd patients,
The rex meeting of the WMU MAYBE YOU MISSED THIS
Low Prices to Seafood LoversFree :I vlll be Feb 1 at he church. I :

Delivery tit Hotel*. Ret-tauninU and tommrrriil LOCAL 1OITII: GETS IICENSEMickev AB Hider: "They do not have doorbells In South Africa' }

Customers on Mondays, Wf'dnpoda'a and Friday _I, Keys, son of Mr. and George Devlin: "What do they do?" tAB
Mrs James M Revs cf Ponce de
Lemon Bay Seafood Market Loon A\e, successfully completedtests Hi Itr: UBANGI"
!, for a private pilots license
J\ THE BAY AT ENGLEUOODEMCE S39I last Sunday at the Alb'!e Municipal -
Airport. Hp had been taking
lesson from J & J Aircraft Instructors
., ,'.' .' . ..... :.- there for the last seven

month We Also Have



[ 1 Sarasota Tour 2 Sponge Tour Ambulance

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St; Petersburg, Beaches, Tarpon
All High Spots Included: Springs and Tampa ServiceDay tAN GET IT AT ALL STORES TOO

$1.95 per person $5.95 ,per ,person or Night
[Mon "'Pd. Frl. Sun 'ru..",. 1 hur... Sat

Tour 3 Bok TowerHear

Carillons Play 2371
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A. Edison Home
$2.95 $5.95 ,per ptrson AND
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Toes. Thuri. Sat. Mon, W..d. FrI.


6 Myt.'ika! State Tour 7 Miami, '

Park Palm Beach

' Florida Tropical Beauties Lake OUeethobee, etc.

$225 ,per person Based on time of trip

Mon. Md.-. Fri By Reservation

|>ors Nos 1 and 6 combined $2.95 per person

'Minimum of 4 People Per Tour

Engman Building Venice and Nokomis Aves.




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Sage 6 Editorial VENICE: OONILtBR Friday, January i

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selrt .. ; said" fI; SJeak!
Published every Friday. Editorial and business office. 313 West earepil',
Venice Avenue Venice. Florida. P. O. Bolt 63Z. Phone Venice S131.
Entered at tcond-cla matter June 6, 1940, at the poll office Editor,
.Venice, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Venice Gondolier


Subscription retest On year, $2.50; six month, $1.50 three On two or three occaelua
,months, 7Sc. Classified advertising rule 2 cent per word, first 20 Iy my attentionto haa bet t
words 1 cent per word for each additional word. newspaper article,
FETE S. CONOVER ., ................ ... ..... .. ..... ........ Editor and Publisher s utructcd along water the*ay\\'tIt to be

JANET' T. CONOVER ....... ... ... .................... ................ .. Office Manager All of these article .

HOWARD K. RRILEY... .... .... ................... ...... ........ Shop Foreman lard the opposition 01 Vetin
building a
rection 01 tile
along the coast line,
Woods FiresWhile ting off access to thereby '
having been settled.Oft

no one seem.to be much concerned about the matter some- t from being true for a greet

.thing should be done to halt the woods fires that have been flaring up of the residents of
., strongly opposed nfiL
..n this area in recent weeks. to
that a small board iJi
:. Burning the woods has been a custom In Florida since the early Engineers have
days of our state's history, when pioneers used flames as a cheapmethod O//, route over the three *

of clearing farmland. But while it probably caused little harm ,.\.,:.., routes cheapest.as being It is the bert sat

'Chen, it is a damaging, dangerous practice today. would be about $350,000 stated lilt

Just how damaging it is, can be shown by figures released recently than any of the others The eh L
by the Florida Forest Service at Tallahassee. Nearly $8,000,000worth .Only you can cost to the Government hi

of timber is destroyed in our state every year by woods fires cheaper but In the lou rig"

she agency says, and tne tragic part Is that most of these blazes are FIRES total cost I think woidt,
PREVENT FOREST greater for Venice. ,
-caused by man. He does so by carelessness with cigarette butts, by In the first
place, Uu dainent
Turning for pastureland, for spite against neighbors and for dozens will have to buy tie

eat other reasons. of way to build the tut)'.

Tnis is tragic because, since man causes them, man can prevent this would mesa the pantry(
FROM THE BARRACKS the most expensive
them. And it is dollars out of our pockets every time a blaze sends ud MIelrablc
lots in the City ol Ve
valuable timber up In ,smoke. Cadet Editor Unless used by the caul, 1

What this means to Venice may be hard to see at first, since our Thanks Venetians, Gives Reports lots would eventually twee*
woodlands today are sparse and there Is no organized timber Indus important source of men,

try in the area. But the need for new commercial enterprises hereis (Editor Note: TM space, usually occupied by Russell Kay and the City of Venice becsum

very apparent, and it is possible that our woodlands can provide other columnists will he turned over to cadets of the Kentucky Military owners Ktantial would residence probably on them build

them if we don't destroy the raw material with senseless flames. Institute during the school's stay here The writer may change pay substantial taxci. If ant

We should also remember that woods fires destroy quail and frequently, but we believe all will help give Venetians a better Insight the canal purposes, this nun'

other forms of wildlife, burn up ground corer that holds rainwater Into the activities of the KMI corpv.) revenue will be taken iwq
ever And the anal vouH
until it can seep into the ground and replenish our fresh water supplies B> FRANK IIAXSHAW Venice off from the beach
and turn natural beauty spots Into ugly areas of black. Editor, Kayemeye Anvil thus remove one of the pn

These reasons should be enough to make any man more careful. The cadets of Kentucky Military Institute are well on their way sources of recreation that V

If not, he should consider that wild fires could sweep into the restdtntinl toward getting back to serious work In the classrooms. Although the has to oUt'r.Another .

sections of town if the wind should shift suddenly when the battalion experienced some difficulty in getting accustomed to the four years point ago, the is that heart thin ofrlneers

Dames are near. Furthermore, it is worth noting that woods burning change in climate and in becoming acquainted with the surroundings recommended that I

in a criminal offense In Florida and can be punished by both fines they art now finlsning up the fourth academic month In fine style bridge be com.truc-.fd fees

.srd jail sentences under state law. and are making preparations for --- foot of Venice Ave. across

It will pay all of us to do what we can to help end the fire menace I semester examinations, which begin the first team of each companywill canal to of the$250.000 beach at Of in coumt eitialed
in Fl.irida's woods. We can do so by being careful to extinguish January 28. compete after drill in the af- cost would be far greater X

cigarette butts before we throw them away; by keeping campfires, Our adjustment let me add, was ternoon. This was to be paid for tfl
made much easier by the fine reception Tennis is a very popular sport
and also the ""
trash fires and brush fires under complete control; rjy) doing what we City of Venice
given to us on our arrival here at KMI. A fine schedule is of the HdF,
can to prevent malicious or indiscriminate firing of woodland areas, by the people of Venice. Our' arranged each year with schools would tenance require painting airy lj for

.and by reporting fires to the nearest police officer, sheriff's office or appreciation was expressed in an throughout Florida. The team Is three years: and also to I

highway patrol as boon as they are noticed so that attempts can be editorial in this week's KeyemeycAnvil shaping up very well through the aries of men to optn the ft
which I repeat in full for of Evans its coach.
efforts Capt. night nIt
made to extinguish the dangerous flames before they get out of con bridge at any time
trol. those who do not see our school Golf Is another sport enjoyed bya is common knowledgeVenice
paper. large number of cadets. Special cannot afford to"
I In short, we should follow the message contained in the cartoon The KditorlilThe fees have been arranged for the this and at the present tine

.on this page. It cautions uj all to "Remember, only YOU can prevent I Cadets and Faculty wish cadets at the Venice Golf Club anda residents of Venice are over-M

tor est fires." to thank the mayor, the city of- great many are taking advantage -, and a most needed Imps*
JiciaK and the people of Venicefor of the opportunity. Capt. which is the installation oIl
the most hearty welcome extended C. Hodgin has not yet erage disposal plant ta had II
TagsThe the corps on their arrival the schedule for the golf N'1 postpone: several times lit'

Gondolier thinks It Is about time that the Sarasota County at Winter Headquarter.. this season. of funds. I
This warm welcome bus certainly Four bowling teams have been On the alternate rra.eson
Commissioners or whoever Is involved in the matter wake up to 'rnilll'ouid
made a favorable lmpre- organized, and In the only league the Tumiaml
the tact that Venice is no longer a "ghost" town with only a handful sloe on the new men, who are game played so far, the Freshmen I to be constructed by the Ow* '
cf People. spending their first winter In have beaten the Sophomores.Like ment which perhaps '
.:\ The .statement Is prompted by the fact that within the last few Florida. It also reminded the, to Eat counts for would the Engine be wore w"w
old men of the fine hospitalityand that they
The favorite of ofthe .
pastime most
weeks, hundreds of Venice, Nokomis, Laurel and Englewood motorists them not
courtesy cadets Is eating Some timeswe .
have been forced to drive to Sarasota to purchase nlJw 1949 tags fur only by the bm-iness establishment course an inland! stet
all wonder what enjoymentthere wculd
their automobiles.We *, hut by nil the resident along the West Coast
would be in life without .. U "
can see no reason why the tags could not have been sold local- and vacationists in the city in three or more meals a day-most good thing for Venice Florida

jy just as they were a couple of years ago and as operator's 11- years pa..t.DurlnJr months ly more! After eating comes the for all the proposed other route
the nest few But the
; .
beach. Just as soon as drill is com- dll'lStrlllll
(;en.,es were last fall. we will all do our best to the ui| pleted every afternoon there Is a Venice would ill' I'\'aonll 1.1.stated.
,* .Such service would not have been justified, of course, in the days to the fine things will about us mass movement of cadets towardthe Venice for the S"I I .,'her ob'

when Venice had only a few hundred people. And It would require at the welcoming ceremonies.' beach. So far tnere have been These also be aas
from their files ship Getting back to our school pro- few cases of acute sunburnIn which might _tae
lag clerks to remove Venice registration records very disposal of '''<
gram, it is wortn noting that because spite of the fact that the beach the up
them to a deputy registrar here and have them shipped back later. to material. If it Is pled
of th, grand opportunity Is crowded with cadets every afternoon ; the c:pal Ii
An estimated 3,000 to 4.000 people are now living in this area, how. work and play in Venice's sun- Cycling is also a favorite the banks of 01 the Gull

-!:'r er, so there would seem to be enough: population to Justify the extra shine, the health of the cadets improves sport since It provides exerciseand cutoff the view from the Goll'"

service And while no one wants to make extra work for the hard- greatly after we have been affords an opportunity to view the sheuld breezesIt be carted away.l

pressed license clerks It would be better to do this than force busy here for awhile.Sports ActivityThe the country Drill at the Field same time. be only
businessmen and visitors to drive all the way to the county seat and Florida sunshin1.: also stimulates The battalion has performed pcnso. Another I is reason that the

thereby lose two to four hours apiece. sports activities and KM very well on the drill field this ing this route steadily! sad 1

While still far from a metropolitan area, Venice Is becoming the sports are In full swing. Two varsity past week. The companies have being comparatively eroded few yCSl'l'
basketball games have already been working on close order drill Stw
shopping! center and focal point for an ever-growing concentration oft with (Continued on Page
been played. The first game Including manuel and practice parades
population. Its time that those in authority realized this and started Ft. Myers last week was lost 48- in preparation for the firstFlorida

Ito give us the type of service we merit and are paying for 31. However, the KMI quintet dress parade Sunday, Jan presented IfI
gained a 39-38 vie' cry over Sarasota 23. I nature has been that \hi

Hurt Feelings? Tuesday night In their second Tho battalion will march In the I I cadets. We feel in the Sew
game of the season. Th Kay annual Sara-de-Sota Pageant on amount of talent be tJ I

We have heard that our editorial of two weeks ago, tracing the dels will meet St. Leo of Tampon February 26 and the band 'will year should certainly some sort rf-
Saturday night. march In the Festival of Lights vantage of in
history Kentucky Military Institute's establishment of winter quartersin .
The Junior Varsity team will on February 17. talnment series i
Venice, hurt the feelings of some of our readers. play a game Friday night against Sometime during the winter session The second ill I athi t

# They feel, we have been told, that in describing the city's debt to Punta Gorda. at Venice, the cadets hope to by "home tiltent"Service ...

the school for its economic aid after the depression, we did Injustice Inter-company basketball leagues have a Variety Show. Many years evening Vesper NC., )1an'of l
have been organized, and have passed since a show of thin by Captain
to numerous other people and organizations who also helped put Venice the Public Speak1nlment d

back on its feet. aDd a Craduste *

r Let such people be assured that we had no such Intention.. We I after the collapse of the boom; to former Congressman Harold Knut- presented lifee dil8attslled.-thought

-folly realized that great debts are also owed to Dr. Fred Albee and his son and his associates, and to many others. through ot your op

"y 'Florida Medical Center; to Kingsbury Smith whom we have been We simply were commenting on KMIs .part because the arrival day advantage by day." The publiC.,

told bought! and rehabilitated hundreds of houses that fell to ruin of the cadet corps made It a current Issue. \0 ,attetld the'41 servAS "v'

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ALL modern bom. Unit be ti*.
Writ. Boa 141. Venice Ma. make SEND a letter .? a ,,*?,,. w. will, WELL ESTABLISHED mall bui.II, DESIRABLE: SELECTION of bu.ln. COMPLETE
ration and tulip Inforanto. .' a record. of your ilnelni. Dlnylnv nets u. main .tenet .., \enk R ...,... and residential ...... In city of Van MI
talking t2 H. Alpha Marie Shop. bin. Box (.,. Venlr f la.VfED by owner. If Interested, suggest yellte.sisats. .< REAL CSTATE BERVItt
FOR KENT 1.'EKAL Addre. Box 88. Venice. Fit
Yard HAULING; and eonU.otlnll FURNITURE: ;;7 all kind.. V...
Pete Ed."p.k... Phone Muck Ill, dirt, shall, sand Ice Trolling Pont, ::.7 W. Miami A....... WATER rIPnt..... Over 1000 feet 01. K.I,. RraLrtr
'BLE fumhJred t-room apart 2012. huM 2601ROOM beautiful Lemon 8a,. All Improved iw .. .
..wly decorated private bath andtoniUnt IF houiea, private boat borb.r. AnpimiTn.tely t.vei.iu: the FORT MYbllS AREA *
hot, toll water) KIM either INTERESTED brick |In'T.. '- HOUSE, town ...construction 1 1-t ...... Priced rlrht Box V nil:I .f 8UV1MWE8T rU.tUUA *.*.
If'riidnl..1 private entrance, alsoundeck. Venice 3374.CONCRETE: .0' block work call ', K. Hill, with seven lots In Kolnwte. K.tut. Ala Venice, Fla.BUSINESS. ...t (mum lo Uautilul rtverfmnt aatMaai
PIe*** apply mornlnn. tern corner lot te Hit Point. Telephone .
-- Coastal .....tI.... Including impravuuil -
nine on Pont dt Leon, corner I M... 1. B. K..Iat 1,81 for lufdFmrdon. frontage TO1 hy Wf "ORI.d trucking, Louis |.| unimproved irniiiral Islands l be***
( DrIAL Adorlan Phone Clone In, 11500. l'b.me 1101. Venice 2464. C. Gladstone Bell, 848 Orange Park A\e.. IIKH i'rik5, fishing Iou_. lulmmmipnnrtimitle.
SHOP hl1dllllr at Venice KOHn t 1-2 Ton ID,* stake heir' Lakelana. Fla. and income .rtiipn. lad..-
lAIr B.... IiMRilr 'Guy Cnrwmd, Earl four*! trick. Luoka arl rime like arm. f..e atEnglawo.ot .
I l <
Paul Now Inr motor court, trailer e nim, >uU
Venice.sAVI. Geroge. C F. KnoririneFISHING
Modern SEPTIC TANK CLEANING operating ranches, forma unit trafm .
ante d!, Krpi"J. fiaraert KMifiiient. Work n.'. : TICKLE and Marine ftiip. The People Speak Loin mil small tract of land *
SAVE v1-1% .r Venice, plies hy a finhvrman who II.ovni hn complete rental service Send for tn
SAYE REPAIRING Lawn bualees. Plnrtir Are Holt 4 E.p.nurAent (Continued from Page Six riHuripMv folders and maps nf thj* u.'nl ..-
SAT SAT washing. ..,..Inlr Machines.movers harpening. stover.. Co., nnI.* Trull ....th did of No4.anls.MOTfnR entirely disappear up to the bo "I. seetion.IRPFCOTT.

EE saws and tOlO''" C A. Lamb. .1T the den of the oanaL : REALTY I'VESTFIEN1: .

EE Tail at Snug Harhn. See Hann )tailo'n.Blnt'l Myakke Wis eaea. Ria'r 4.h.p. el o'l I The situation of Venice wuh access 147. .Pint Street Fort ........ Florida ',,

to the beach should attrac. I Evi-rythlnx In R".l B.UU;'
BAHAVIB'JD I 18100. ;ItS Cornnt.IROOV .,
Army Has Attractions, >IlL winter visitors to setUe here and! Both the USUAL and tf7'f'SfALt
-- increase prosperity, of this City.
So Local Policeman QuitsThe ) ,AI' \RTME'T m nm bullilhilt. If the canal should be built I 'rf l-a III a C :r..tllf> mw'
Til Aw IS. JUl.,.". Villa H.T...
beth in Alllid.. Phone "i.rhorare : proposed' I think a cumber oil> t tNot
army apparently) holds a people would leave Venire, I II : :

stronger attraction than the local 11114 FORD station varan. tine now mavwritten this letter in thci
Also loft. C..nt'ury beat all _hntran/. .,
:police force Ter Heiman F. okay for ..Uo.M or inmord. The An' hope that I might cornet an f'1' .

PAVEAYE (Smoky) Prrvatt, night cruiser- Nokomis, Thane n..: ron/'ous belief that some have that I| .. If
man Mince last Srpl. 1. RARtA ",4t 'C-d;; ,:":;'?.. clod., wired the 'waterway should! be construe1- : .r
The policeman-will leave his )., un-nn at the end of this week and Bed nil 'Y.r, ;. 11\1....... nt Haihur Tr nnd also that it may stimuli t/
VE ,t* others to take a more ac'lvc.
re-enter the
army as a sergeant I ..
I the city council was told Tuesday 'CARD OF T14XKSWe part in changing the proposed .lUT YOUR CAR

night by Police Chief Herbert O.Hanchey. route. A water way properly) lo-, r1IR1N
Sec More dwlre to thankor friends and rated will help the development of ..
I The chief said that to replace neighbor fur their km?****, taw ors. and Venice, but Improperly located I OUR f-IANDS., ..
sincere moHv of fymptthi ilnrli the will certainly Its dt vek .
a TRAILWAYSiuh Frevatt. he had hired Jofepn *U km*, and ('..th of sir beloved hue prevent P-1
.schofield to ;be night patrolman bud and father, meet into the prosperous and nt- | I. For Gcaraafeftd !
Ml 1100 a month. Schcfleldlih'l I GOY E ruxwtHin a FAMILY tractive winter resort that it is ..
North MKS F.. C. CUROOB destined to be.Very .
his wife thf'
helps at .Trnice Beach '
1:30 A.M. 3:25 A.M. Casino, at one time was a plain- truly yours, I General Auto Rqmlra f;
i.15: A.M. f>:23 A.M. clothes detective for the pollee LOST AUSTIN FLINT M.D. Complete: Brake Scrvui> .)

19.15AM.: &:00 A.M. force at Peoria 111. II I Venice Fla. Front End Aliptityr I

1:10 AM. 11:13 A.M. Hanehey also said that William EJl.DaT..: "I tnwli r.lrttM prem.itrtww t LuhiKdticnMandard
1:15: PM. 42) 2:00 P.M. Ford a former northern police .n Knrt-wHjd. sad pnnta Gnrls.Ewglewaswl CIATI HEARS :MONOLOGUES ,. Oil Product i&' I

[500 P.M. 2.15 P.M. chief and mow a diivcr for the I GsrareLEGAL In addition to contributing! $50': '| i- .

::30 P.M. 7:15 P.b Venice Taxi Service had agreedtr to the James E. Blades Jr. Memorial Chrysler Sert ice Ii

i:15: P.M. 11:18 P.M. "fill in" on the chief's night 1 NOTICES Fund the C-immunltv Cull n
ortI'prs only. ,off. Service Club last night heard For and Oclucry i i'nilor1l! '

Thru EnKle-wrod. IN IRE three monologues by Mrs Sonja WE DO S':
To St. Pete via Ferry. CIRfl'IT COURT OF THE Terry. MORE AND dt
South to Miami EO 0 FIN O' TWELFTH: JllliriAL CIMUIT OF ('I( \RfiE LESS; iEI
marked goes THE STATE OF FLORIDA IN' AND Hrs'css to the club a1 her horn
arked North goes to Tampa I I. Roof Work of All KindsALVIV 1 I FOR 8AMASOT4 COI'NTT.I on Nassau St., Mrs. Terry give I I

[points north. 1'. JOB CARL < OBKNDDRF\ :CHANCERY and ELLEN E. portrayals of a French farre a I Devlin'sNokomis Ii
All Brines LPIIVA drama entitled "At the Prison
Then**; Bat 2873 -Home 2981 ORF.NDlILIF hu.bund and wife. rt ..I .
W olE'. Sinclair Plaintiff.H Gates" and a comedy piece called .
the "Missing Tears." SUP slcr 1 Garage .
Service Station i H. N. WIMMEH8. RECEIVES for
sang a number of Russian folk
Venice Ave &: FOR QUICK. DrfrndunuC songs and accompanied herself on
Tamla\rnl Trail SERVICE. CALL I No. HIBS the guitar. Moll the Trail \ ,. :\'ol.omi..Wi

PHONE StmRAILWAYS SIIIIMIS8THF ; Mrs. H. S. Bowden. club president
VenicePlumbing I All persons claiming any miaui, rlrlit. was In charge of the mretIng. JVJI m
title, or fnttmt In. or Urn upon tin Refreshments were served '
ShopBox real proiujrtr K-reln Jurribed, or any I 4 IB, t, H '. y, .mi.
Venice Phon. 2153 pact Uirrrof II
14. I )
Defendant, Grrelltiinl
I You are hereby ,.001"'" that a pew Satisfied Customers Build Our
1 ctvdinir to quiet title baa been brought
In the Circuit Court fur Rin.m, Coon. t...
I ty. Florida spoiled all persons clalmlnii '
any ..'ate. rirhl title or Intcrwt In, or Business ..
THE KING FURNITURE CO. lien upon the folks >Inc described napropeity. s
FRED B. KINO. OWNER situate In Earotota County. .a
Florida, to wits i
of Punta Oorda 8 1-t ul the 8 I.. of the NW 1.4 of LET US
the NW 1-4 of Section K. To\'n,hln Ir SERVE YOU
Smth. Range 11 Eut. Sarasota' Connty. WITH

HELEN VV. VACHFRESSEON 8 1.2 of the NW \1.4 of the NW 1.4
of the NW 1.4 of Portion 8. Toy n. 1 1I (
OPENING OF .hip U Smith. Range II Eist Suraata I

A Children's Art Class: and County you ,are Flwld.hereby required, to file with Paint Hardware ''

the Clerk of said Court lour written ap.
VENICE pearanre 1""l'IOr"l. or by attorney) In
a paid piwtedinir. on or before the lint BuilJing Materials _
day of February. A.D. 10<9, and there..
after to flit with wld Clerk voter ..i It.
ten .lefen. If any to the Bill of Complaint Lumber & Millwork
at the time prewrtbed hy low
therein netting up the ..t.t.. rirht tlllf
or Interest In or' lien upon the above VENICE LUMBERCCO.
described property claimed hy you
Close Saturdays at One Herein fail not or Judrmwit will be en Venice -
,,,-H ml"'t rout hy default Ave. at Saooard a PHONE SiSg
WITNESS my hand and the ...! "I
said Court at Sarasota, Florida, this IB
day of ..nuary. 1940. 1ffffffftftftttttttttttttt1tfff++f+ sst ftttttf
W A. WY1'1NE
H. N. WIMMERS Realtor .SEAL) A. Clerk nf the to
above .'.1'" Court.Ily Grove
PENINSULAR! :iTEltEPHONl1: CO. Deputy Clerk! H .
Alt. for Plaintlf' :*:: We have available: a select acreage of the hc-st orange grove :w
WESTERN UNION Publish Jan. 11. 28, Feb. 4. 11. 1"<9.

.H oil in south Florida. Warm ridge land high. well drained. :t:

Vesttra'Caloo Open on Sundays and Holidays 11 to K a.m. CARPENTER WORK :oH::; cleared and ready to let lo trees. w:
New Repair and Remodeling Me'
By Hour or ContractF. :44 44 Orange Tree Sri In Fl'brllllryill :Make a Bearing GrnneIn .K-.

3 Year Kee
oH He
SROUFE :'H This land located In Lemon Bay Englrwood dq[ >rfct on Side

JII: lennod phone Venice S3M paved highway, oily 1 mile from Gulf. Light. Power and Telephone p'4y.'H :

::: available. Fine location for winter home. A local man K .
Planning to will set trees and care for them during your absence If, help It:

I ....!. Is' deal red.
Home Boat Docks H.w
Cottager Sea Walls =: TO INVESTIGATE STOP AT :tBartlett's

Home Here?
Concrete Work Office =



W. H. BEAR rv"'
LAND 44 Let BARTLETT how you choice location at Englewood for RIP

BUILDING CONTRACTOR :H 44 your winter home with a little orange grove. One acre or 139! H.. cA.

low prices 5 years to pay. }J
C< Harold Bates :*::: j Islas

Residence Pbonea off See BARTLETT ::

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Pale light VJNIC3 GONDOLIER _-Fridays! J&DIII '-.

KMI Keglers Join V Venetians Add. Yacht Race Ends Water Boyd IL.4 Tfi

St. Pete Power Squadron Schedule Veterans' Tell
Before !
Local Alley Set. Boats Due'Here SaturdayThe 'Glades.BocaTo.Win 8.. Jarvis Adall1l,

St. Petersburg Power Given "jet" propulsion by unus- the bard! of trustees
Local bowling activity took ,
ually favorable winds racers of the Waterworks
pun this week with the addition Squadron a yachtsman's organ- added der V
ization composed of motor Davis Island Yacht' Club upset laurel to his string
cf four Kentucky Military Inrtl String. l sit t,
lute teams to the roster of those launches and other powered plans to give them a royal welcome He won the Fiery --.,

jn organised; league play. craft is scheduled to.arrive in by arriving here last Satur- Veteran's Tennis Cham, V

The first cadet 'game, held at. Venice tomorrow afternoon for Ve-No-Hi Indians day more than three hours before Sunday by 8.1, Oi, 101
it's second annual visit to the they were expected.As over Carmac
The Boulaxaoe on Sunday, saw Schedule 5 New Games )4cGarvef III
'Die Freshman squad take three Tarpon Center. a result only A few spectators wick, Ga. The match try

parties from the Sophomores. The squadron It expected Playing two games at home during were on hand to Me them ilt. Petersburg and "
around 3' p.m., according to the past week the -No-HI when they.pulled into view. I fourth in 81 rs
had high single gamed many
Schricber a dsyl '
George Gibbs Jr., owner of the Indiana last Friday knocked over The winner of the Tampa-to- was part of 'nit
> IbO: and a high series of 454 In local spurts colony. He said at Everglades, 61 to 36, and repeatedon Venice contest, first ever held by Tcuramcnt the T,
the second set of contests yesterday least Id St. Pete boats wouldbe I Tuesday with a 44 to 27 vie- the club was the 36-foot yawl with the "II'I 3rra'
the Frosh lost two to the In the flotilla, and it is possible I to.y over Boca Grande. It was "Redblrd." Skippered by its own- limited. to star, over ?
Juniors and the Seniors took two others from Sartsota will I their eighth win in nine starts and er, Vice Commodore Herb FInk- lice. '
Irons the Sophs. Lerch of the Jim- join the procession before it leaves them only one place behind beiner of the club the sleek craft Adam. U .
ors took top honors with a tingle reaches here. pa.e-iiettlng Naples in the Ever. crossed the finish line off the VenIre Veteran's lurffi8 II
..... 208. A committee of eight local glades Conference basketball cam- Inlet Jetties at 8:43:45: a.m. Champ, '
Result of the Men's League yachUmen will go into the gulf puga. Since the race did not start until Club.president of the Sai'llota
.'..re not reported to the Gondo- in a boat to greet the visitors. The local scalpers had little 10 the night before, the 62-mile
user due to the fact that Secretary Guns and other noisemakers will trouble adding 'Glades to their sprint had been expected to last
Joe Jossart had to leave town also be sounded to give the or trt phy belt. Sharp-shooting Harry until around noon.
'o attend hi* father's funeral and rival a festive air. Lanius dropped ,10 fielders and a The second over the line was the Tarpon boats were given a aim, J
.i no one else remembered to turn Members of the squadron will charity toss for 21 points, Billy "Rambler 2nd," owned by George Owner Center SaIUfda1
*j she scores. remain at the Tarpon Center Hankins piled up 13 more mark Howell of Tampa and skippered by cut the George Cibbil, \it
Other Result overnight and return to St. ers and Earl Lanius added 12. Capt. George Blenkhorn. The 48- 'could proceedin abort.
In the Men's "B" League, Pete the following day. Going TougherIn foot schooner ended Its dash, at start back get out of the IIiI
".":rein's Fuel won two from J & J Tuesday's battle against Boca 9:12:45: a.m. at high tide ;

Aircraft while Edmrndson Farms Grande the Indians found the go- Other Contestant ilt''I''I'
'n'at Venice Radio by the night, Hodgins took two from ing a little tougher. The Islanders Other contestants in the order
imp number High single for the PDQ Service and the Trailer Park threatened the localites several of their finish were the "Thistle"36foot :
evening was 007 by Tom Edmond- made a clean sweep of the Bowl. times but were warded off by I: sloop skippered by Emory p \' \
son, who also had 482 for high ukade squad. Parlette had hign good team play. Every member of Henslcy of Tampa: the parO'r," re'p
.tries. fame wi.h 209, while high series the Redskins contributed to the final 35-foot yawl skippered by Al Kir- .
The Women's League saw Ven- was not reported.The score, with Glenn Stephens by of Tampa: the "Oriole" 34- '
I.e Electric sweep Dvwvfn's Tex- Venice All-Stars, with Jim leading the tribe with six bucket 'foot ketch skippered by Leonard i.,
-.co for three straight games, for a total of 12 the "Snow ish
Tavern get a two-game Baraih subbing for Jossart, managed points. Burr of SI Pete, and
th. K' Club. Anita to take two from Ballun- Ralph Adrian also scored 10 Goose," 44-foot schooner skippered
< dpe over .
Koogler' 413 took high series, ant tme'i Beer to go into a tie with points and was instrumental Inkeeping by Arthur Harrison of Clear-
Irene Shockr)"'. 172 was good for City Watch for first place in the Venice up front in the water. The latter boat did not ar- i That's what you let
nigh single SarASota County All-Star Leagueat last half when he scored halt of rive until after 2 p.m., having got g you deal with us-TiL. ...
the team's tallies. ten off her course at the start of r deal
In the Merchants League last Sara ota. Stan Richardson and Earl Lanius also we direct Klthtkei
Barath struck out to win the first accumulated four foul penalties the race. P on the boats! Sava ,.
two games by two pins.. Stan also In the opening five minutes of, The skippers and crews of the II money, too,

1 TARPON Ii i took high series with 605 and Jim I I play and was relegated to the a 'm"m ,. m m ..!It .'. _
got high single with 236. bench while "Hawkshaw" Stephens t
CENTERTide took his place at forward. .. Special

1 Gals Oft Ahead m Fishermen . J P
Retired Ball Stars Win In the preliminary game last 9 This Week Istt
TablesVENICE : Golf Friday, Coach Del Peter's girlstook WE HAVE .
Here the Everglades lassies over .
I Green Turtle Steal] et..
INLET the humps by a score of 20 to 9.!
' Two retired big-league baseball! Boats and Motors IiII tdny
:Punta Raw Correction) Their second win of the season, 7St lb.
Kjris, Paul Waiter oi the Pitts-
Hi.h Law the victory was made possible by M Smoked
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burgh Pirates and Heinle Manushof
Fri ..tan 51 6010 .m 12: I.m I Patsy Gault's 4 points and 4 For Rent
pm 111'2.... the Washington Senators, were apiece scored by Martha Adams. B Cocktail Shrimp 60cl
lat. among the winners of the Pro- .
1:41 i iI.lit ftm Joan Cole and Mary Earl.
Day Week rO Lobster
or 75el
pm Amateur Best-Ball Golf Tournament :
F..n" Jon. held I The local gait' also managed to -- ALive
Monday et the Venice
.m Oysters
Jt'M . 80cf
pm Country Ciub.Manush battle Boca Grande to a 23-23 tie Shrimp '
M.n. Jft", 4,11 am teamed with Eddie in Tuesday's opener. Joan Cole FOR BAIT f grog Legs $1.50 j orAi
pm i Kirk; professional at a Detroit led the lassies with 10 tallies, Mary I
Tiara, NokomisSeafood'
Jan. 5-13 i in om Ciub, came off with top honors Earl was second with 8, and th" F

w?1 Tan. 24; W,2 pm 6:112 am I with a bcbt-ball score of 68. Wan. rest of the squad saved the day CAYLE'SIII S '
111,2 pm er and Hal Whittington "spelling by hard defensive play. J :
I .r.. Jim 21 6e4 am not guaranteed), pro at the Sarasota Theo Dandridge refereed on
>''., .Inn. S li lti"S pm 7:21 on, Bay Country Club, got both evenings. LANDING P MartI P
Ztll pm I:'2 pm I ecund place tie with a 70. Other Coach Charley Gatd! of the Indians OKOMIS r_ miht
On the Tsmlaml In
also announced this week
half of the tie were John Pink-
Opp. Point Of Palms
-0- IMl North of NobM
ham, the Bob-O-Link that he had added five more B | (
BOATS FOR RE"r I course roChrC and Fred Walters games to his schedule, starting / _., ,. ,.N. 0, .,j/i7f1/i'IL: ;: r.". .. . leyrb.
'M.OO Per>.t> and I'p of Bob Jones Municipal coursein with KMI on Jan. 27; Punta Gor- m .
Live I Sarasota: da on Jan. 28; Sarasota High on 1'1\ll. let
Bait A total of 11 pros and 27 ama- Jan 1; Punta Oorda on Feb. 1, dtek

T&kle-- teurs played in the event. Local and Arcadia on Feb. 22. The additions RECOMMENDED BY DUNCAHIXES:
entries included Pat Hall VeniceCC give the squad one of the
pro; Major Charles E. Hodgin most ambitious schedules among men
the state's smaller schools Cardinal's Villa Nokomis

of 'KMI; Capt. B G. Williams of HOTEL & COCKTAIL LOUNGE
sliitfl 's tavern KMI, and Sgt. Clyde Ghee, KMI. 'nitm
l money.None of the latttr placed In th"! uide

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Results of the KMI basketball 13:80. 5p.m. It,
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\ DANCE NIGHTLY l In Venice will b* found In the col- Buffet Supper u1cnit
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IN OUR NEW ANNEX carried under the editorial car. Served Every. Sunday Night aid
toon on page 6. More complete reports -
And will bP given in future Issues 7to9p.m. c.par
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ON TAP.Ballantiles. era

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4 Rum Collins I (Including Golf ud Social I rnYlkft'll) I
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