Venice gondolier
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 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 28, 1949
Publication Date: 1946-1964
Frequency: semiweekly[ -1964]
weekly[ former 1946-]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Venice (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Sarasota County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Sarasota -- Venice
Coordinates: 27.098611 x -82.438889 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 6, 1946)-v. 20, no. 14 (Feb. 17, 1964).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071736
oclc - 01497811
notis - AKR0035
lccn - sn 96027128
System ID: UF00079934:00155
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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I Resuscitator

At Banquet I i Fund Over Top h s I

TonightGeorge 1 Uglon to Order 1

Device at Once

M Edmondson, 43, prca.
Ident of the Edmondson Farms The James E Blades Jr, Mo

Dairies, Inc, will b<- sworn In ae rn'.r al Fund launched less than
president of the Venice-Isokomli u month ago by the No-Vel Amcr-
Chamber of Commerce at the organizations Pan Legion post so a resuscitatorcould
annual banquet meeting be purchased for the Venice
tonight at the Venice Country area went "over Ihe top" this

A resident of Venice since Ju'y New contributions from Individuals -

of 1947, Edmondson was elected tithe I and organizations pushed
k'a p ot by the chamber new the drive to $735, according to Pont ;'

boatu o' c:- meeting in t ic Gulfbreeze Hotelon I ridge, chatrmann of the campaign. i

crowd estimated by police lit 2,000 persona Gondolier Staff Photo Ti "3::cy. H j will be given the. That Is only $65 short of the origInal "
largest ever seen at one time In Venire re- parade grounds In front of the school's winter oath of office by H:' crt GHa'n goal of about $800, he said,
t history watches from the background a. quarters hefe Members of the color guard ''rig;it : owner of the Venice: Fur- and the balance has been guaranteed -

eta cf Kentucky Military Institute hold their toregroundl are James and Joseph Taylor, twin' nituie C )", who IR cutgohg president by Col Charles B Richmond,
t dress parade of the winter season. The crrerothera from Stone, Ky.; David Thiry, Detroit I of the chamber and will bi commandant of the Kentucky

ny was held last Sunday on the palm-framed Mich., and Scriben Goode, London, Kye in charge of the btnrui.. Military Institute, r

It Is unler lood that one of Edmonuaons I Dandridge listed the week's donations
first official action ar SSJ (urn the Venice

Protection I Girls to Gather will be nailing of several activity; Lions Club; 1100 collected from Individual -

City Council Thanks Higi committees from among the gen- donors by the woman s
Randsliell GiftsA oral membership of the chamber auxiliary of the legIOn; $15 from
For Community' Service PThls Is In line with demands pi Wilfred T. Robarts, barasoU

lor Area Urged the member, la t Mm'ember, when funeral director, $.5 from Dr. :
Former C' I t y Council group of Venice-Nokomis they fore d rcorgini/atlon of the Austin T, Flint, retired local phy- M

George Higcl, who retired from High School girls were to have! agency after copplalr.lnlt It hid I' klcian, and $10, $25 and $10 from

I Major Proposes City public life Doc 31 after\ servIng been appointed this morning by J been a pilxitc flub' for the diGEORGE ptrscns who wished to remain

| Aid Nokomis Others for two four\car terms, was Leighton Ccunt Cornwell, pub I anonymous t''
offer was said
Col! Richmond
director of the chamber of I
last week given official thank licity S30a"I +!F
""''''//f. to be for "any amount up to
plan should be worked out t to
i for his contributions to the city, commerce: to collect prizes f"ill r 1i1tA necessary to help the
nit the local fire department t I of the Civic Center I I offer of
A letter was gent to him or drive reach its goal.
;ht blazes and answer cmer behalf of the city council aftei bandstand: next Friday night. Theappointments ;' help from the au>.llnr}' of the
calls in Nokomis and othe to have been f Union Bay American Legion pot
it had been\: proposed by Coun were also received 1
communities that have .. at Englewood was
icy no cilman Sm>'th Erormrd at lab made at a meeting at the school t', but the group war asked to delay

Mayor Louis Sute week session. The prizes will be placed In n I I until it was known whether more

d the Venice City Council liis Brohard suggested that the, large "wishing well'\ that will tc II I { assistance was neidel

ek at its meeting In the Civic letter thank him for his sincere built this week In front of the neliutnmrntlon Today

inter and sometimes strenuous cffoils' handstand, Cornwell said. Members The drive chairman /mid ycstor-Immediately
tiie said ne felt such sa that steps would be taken
mayor on behalf of the city The of the dedication audience Jay to determine what make

n would be "extremely salt final text, as prepared by Cit1 y will be asked to toss coins In the! ?f resuscitator would meet local e
le, not only to outside com Clerk HI'lg'R"elll Sicdi added well while making their 'wishes'' aiw111 requirements best An order will

jinlties but to Venice as well that 'we arc certain the pcopli and In return will pull out prizeson I be placed immediately, he Indicated
maintained that such a policy when this Is detemmcdA
remember the ends of strings.
of Venice will long of one type of
old help the growth of the en sincere efforts and unstinting The money collected will be used life-saving devices was scheduled -
your th>
Venice area and would be "aadverU.lng devotion to the duties en. to help pay for repairs on the to be hold on the KMI parado
point" for the construction of shelter 10 this' morning Information -
Y. tru.ted to you while in office, bandstand, grounds at tern obtained
commissioner roofs at both ends of the CivicCenter has also
uter Higtl served as Red Cross on
suggested that to guaran the American l
that wirki, parks and pub- shuffleboard courts and re- Dandridge and hw
the cost of such service of public! other types.
mid not have to be bourne b;> lic property during his last term finishing of tin court them- committee will reach their decl-

nice taxpayers, agreements council stives Most of the labor hrj been non with the help of the post med-

aid be worked out providing foifected on the volunteered, but about $300 1 Is; real officer, Dr. James' E. Blades-
to pay; M EDMONDSONrectors the drowning last No-
property owners needed to pay for materials used It was
city WO for each call that the (Continued on Page Nine)
Planes Here In the -vork Two cash c<-ntribu.tlong for many years, The new
parment answered. Giant
have already been made toward officers have stressed that the)
Favorable Comment will expect the members to taVr( Parking Limit
o action was taken on the pro- For Jingle: Movie! the goal an active part in all future chamber One-Hour

1, but it received favorable The prizes will be c'leetedfrom work Set in Congested Area

lOt f"om President Albert, I Arriving hire In a B.li "7lylni; local businessmen who wish Former Salesman from the

lilt and uher Members of the. Fortress' equipped for set rescu to donate thorn as a community Edmondson was horn in Clove Acting on instructions Chief Herbert
eil. said that since U n' Air city council, Police
Siej i t work, a group o' 17 welfare gesture. ..Cha1rmalof the land, Ohio, and educated at Cornell Hanchey this week establisheda
city has fire trucks, ituld ion pie O
three RKC M Univer
and Reserve
Force men dedication ceremonies will be and Western one-hour parking limit on the
be "entirely possible" to ture technicians spent Thursday: slties. He began his career as a of W. Venice Ave., between -
of the side
d one of them on out-of-town shooting movie scenes at the VenIce George Stauch, president trainee for a Cleveland hoist man south Nokomis Ave and an area

jib without leaving local prop- I I Army Air Base, The scenes ar. shuffleboard club, ufacturlng concern, Later he rose about SO yards west of Nassau St.
ty unprotected. in an air force picture to sale manager
to be used from salesman The limit was proposed by Coun-
former Councilman Finn Cas- ] )n jungle rescueoperations. Demolished and executive vice president of tht! cilman H. S. Bowden who ownsa
>f en asked whether there would The shooting schedule during th Air Base Colson Co, a Cleveland firm that grocery store In the middle of

I enough crews 0 to take care of i lay Included views of the B17taxUng The archway and gate at the made bicycles and other wheeled the affected tone He said that
extra equipment and protect I In with, a rescue boat at vehicles. traffic had become "extremelycongested"
nice as well, but Slegrlst sale] ached; to its belly; of a C-82 "Fly- entrance to the former Venice The new chamber head enteredthe there since the start

I "u sure this could be worked ng Bcxcar" landing and unloadinik Army Air Base an eyesore since. dairy business after he bad of the tourist season, due mainlyto
He declared that for one, heliocopter, and of office scene! the base was abandoned, was demolished been with the Colson Co. for IQ cars that were parked for sev-

r, 'we have ft volunteer fire reports of a jungle crash were as a beauty measure years: He and his wife decided a eral hours or more.
Wrtment that should have some I, as brought to officers by enlistee yesterday morning by city employees farm was a better plate to raise The limit does not apply to the

IBs very soon" The voU have The footage will be Incor Building Inspector Guy their five children Me told the north side of the street and is In
been active for a lengthy per- men.rated with paratroop Jumplnr Curwood was in charge of the Job., Gondolier, and they first bought a effect during business hours only.
made Tuesday III ketand He said other members of his dairy tarn In Madison County Bowden also said It could be lifted

OouncllmarJ Bnith scenes and with land rescue views that crew had also begun to scrape Ohio. Three years later they when the season Is over. He held
O .Hrohard"the M be taken today at Immokalee and shell the surface of the new bought another farm at Culpep- the limit would make it easier for

Situation unit was in charge of Inlet Rd feeding to, the Tarpon. per, Va. and were there for eight shopper to visit stores In the
J u arose a year The army
of Baker.fd Center. And new poles were before moving to FTorW;
hen out M. Abell years ares.
j attempts to work Harry street
neo '
"* with The RKP; crew In- to hold :the city's 'Edmondton was secretary of th The council approved the pro.
protection ent Calif.
,c I at the corner of W. Venice .""
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And the audience nuggojtcd that !, Civic Orchestra C.ofC.Continue ,Osprey PTA Plan S6 t
ProtectionContinued owners ot property in particlpat I 1 Plans
Ing communities should pay--C1;, I I 1st PracticeSixteen ( I from Page One) prey are being mad, t7tEep
( from Page One) city a fixed yearly fee plus ttrcx.ra ; Has -% inter ,
notary Club at Cuipepper, but has lot
ted, however, that "considerable: cHman; charge H. S. Bowden pr. coun'j musicians attended the I not joined any organization bat I Osprey Seh' tcezte held it 14p.m.
.11: will" had been created by the S30 yiarly fee and $M per call, first rchca.-aul of the newlyformed the chamber since coming Fridel if
present policy: of refusing to leilocal of this cost could as'j Civic Orchestra for Venice and There
sertlng most He Is a member of the watt! bo
firemen outside of city door
limits. He said go he thought UK made up by the property I vicinity last night at the Civl Church. He and his wife the here'l r eakeobath' t-- caste W", ,
"careful through fire Insurance savings.The Cen er. a iV.MAT'S
matter should; be gl' en mer Mary Elizabeth
public attitude was su>*',' City Councilman Smyth Brohart err us a-lu :,l Tt
th'.ught. kinco It might bo worth- : Cleveland, have four children: I 4
". hr, frr>,n a public relationstandp mod up by A. B. Hider, owner of 'and Ben Roberts, a winter vUl Tom, 19; John, 15; Bill, 21, and second ann ,( anateut 14
Inf as well ni o'.hert. the Gu1fb:ecze Hotel, who declare i tor, were chosen as a temp ,rary Elizabeth, 17.IlallCJUl't. )1111
Smlnjrt e I l i'd that "if we're willing/ to cocp'date committee to moot with Orchestntpcnsor
Insurance .
'' those who benefit should 11'1 I Paul: Goldenstein tomorrow Program
0.1('. :M snb.Ts of the council i willing to do their f-hirc." Cit..' morning. They will make The other new directors of the*
I I chamber will also be sworn in ut
At'ny. M. A. Brawoli said he fa'I *' plant for the orchestra's permanent
Include A. B.
the banquet. They
no !legal obstacles to the proposals form. The group U expcctecto
.,. : I I hut advised that a "pretty: firm be considerably larger than last Hider, owner of the Gulfbreeze
:, ,. Hotel and the Stone Groves; TfEPLUMBINGS,
; /*';,; i.prscnvn'" be dra'1up to pr.-- I night's turnout since many HEALTH
-of the No.
feet the city's interests in case of I Ifn I tial members were at a poten'j George owner CF Rct. FRtit
homis Garage; M. A. Braswell, local wcgTHi
I.'e alarms, etc. SarasotA and unable to "
#.. : ) ( :: \ attorney, and J. T. Blalcok, MORETH
,. NckrmU r'siel.t 11 : rehearsal will be hell I
;:;' I The ( nly I The next of the Venice-No-
vice president
t. /' .peak .luring the dl.clI. ston was at 7: :15 p.m Monday at the CI\'lc' komls Bank. ANYTHING
E 0. B'ngman, owner ef th Center. All Interested area mut
5" : Motor Curl oD .. attend with Other features of the banquetwill I II v
int-O-P.dms urged to
p clans are "
I .
include A talk by Al Aay, publicity EA2TH !
m B')'. He asked whether "ann their Instruments. '
'f'W I ''' I dire .or if the Sarasota
< in hl r mmunl'y: h.n \( t'r : '
I i "-" pro ort)!' 'Atr!" a.a-rtin? I Choos-s Chamber ( f Commerce; Introduction ,
R..,"fa:: I V-ni"e 'h-i ".I1'f" nt'. Shuffleb'd Club I I of :Lanio,'r official irxtother :
-WAS4'EI I .''on" unic.'P they dirt.! He \"ss ,\')' ,' iV"re Officer tit Meetin : elU 'j: a ui lU, ,jon of future
(OUR"'jA l ; SO NICELY YOU'Ll BE PROUD I 'g, hit tillHI '!Is. Int. "ei ". ''IT official slate of the Venle :.; .' Lti!"''iton 'Cnin.i C,.rmvcil.p. ,
ro TAKE'EM FROM YOU !HANDBA \i T.,01 "nnt.II"O nth'cer,"- i h ;f.1 1: Vard Club was completed 'icl'.y cir! 'ctor cf the Ic '<\1
OS DOCKET IU' A CROWD! 'Inlt!!'< ,a. 't'ell'! n. :rk"1'I'" ; ''a i. '," 't when 35\ members met c anbi"' p'1"r selections by a
vltii I' idont George taurh at nember cf the I'ntl.cky1WI.1: y
nla-! prln'ej'! '
r.il' "1t P'ppri.t
VENICE I th?t'e'"" trying! to hellfit ..I 10'I"U'S In the Civic Center Institute; community singing, and I I I Ii
Park. en evening of dancing.
-I! yn yr. En"mi- c- I
TUBATORIUM i ..', tiv O'lndollrrffr\ th-> Stauch who recently succeeded At least 100 chamber members
i N ,k'-mls! rp.l lcnti had p">- It-s. Le'ter I.'ickcy. remained! In find other interested persons are
tlio: l"tI IT tn h'm r'" ....!.. office, Other v '10 were chosen byballot .peC' rt to at oil the fete ac-
-. p-vt| cor.verse.tirn a' vi re PtPilcy Bean viepresident \ -- I f j.ding to C'rmvell. He raM S:
nn'ry club.li'n't I an-* c'lai-man+ of the ex- 1 a I bourrht tlrkpts b>; noon ye.i-

-. -_..," -.---- rcu'lvc! comrii"eMrs.. VirginliSagre'in. t,'r'dav aid that at has' two dorrn -
249 VENICE AVE. 'Ccrrtnr" Mrs Elsie! ,
bv t" others had premised to do t'
hum up vnur toy!
v a''as: with f ire In th' F.ifjH.1 trcst-ur: M-\ Helen B. f>day The dinner will start at 7'ip.m. '
Duncan, chairmen rf the enter- I .
i 'ds.
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brief tc\4rti Stauch stress- Insurance ProtectsAGAINST ,1J' .
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Close! Saturdays at OneII. H the Imnirtanc1of! coooeratinR I fU ,li. ..
with M I! \rr"xnirations andpople I LOSSES! ; : k:)
and not mailing: the club a -V
Life !
Fire Casualty'GENERAL :
"closed corporation." He said his I ;

n X. WIMMERS Realtor and permanent residents to i

take an Interest In the sport and BLALOCKJames
to join the group.

INTERN UNION Navy regulations Fay, "Under no '
circumstances shall an action be BANK BUILDING
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Completely Furnished Cottages Available


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Janie's Jottings | The Auxiliary on of Ftb, 12' '

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American Legion

By Janet T. Conover To Welcome Visitors nuel 12.Mrs.POppy Day ,011 win Saf1u bolt e,4.

Gondolier Social EditorA i Baxter Dye ..m ,, .J.
J man of the sale Stl'tet '
will\ be

bowling alley Is an unusual place for a social announcement But 'Hospitality' Policy I lobby of the Gulf Theater each member, assisted handled i by bJ giry I
Yolonda Lee Briley at
the local Bowlakade was picked this week by night this week. Announcementwas Junior auxiliary

daughter of Mr. and Mrs Howard Bnley of the Venice Bay Trailer To Help Winter Season also made that bed jacket The poppies are made .S I

her engagement to her parents. and "scuffles" were needed by pltalized veterans. Proeee&
Park as the scene for Determined to do their part toward If
sale will *
The woman apparently just "cculdn'tIllt"" until her daddy helping Venice winter vial. the American Cancer Society for go to the IUld1iarn,
young habilitation
here presentation to patient for
gas through rolling In TuesdJ tors enjoy their vacations cf these Items or material and their families.
league play *o she brok maiden surname but her huaban I members of the Venlce-Xokoml be Mrs.
night's for them can given to '
the news there. HIT fiance Is Ronald I was not related f the family before I Woman's Club decided this I Charles McO. Roberts, a clubmember Vacationing th. Tnbb;i'
Lee Smith. son ot Air an, their marriage.o to open their bl-monthly meetingto and lieutenant commander are Mr snd MM. Howell

Mrs. Ed Smith of Venice. No dat !I all Interested women visitors In of the local chapter of the sock derson of Kalamaroo, iiiA, j
has been set for the wedding, bu : Mr. and Mrs R. M. Young of the area. I ty. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Diha!

'Lonnie" is proudly displaying :a'' Lexington, Ky., are at the Point A "cordial welcome" will be ex. A brief executive board meeting Hubbardston, Mich.
diamond engagement ring. 'J he Indef. tended to all such visitors according
I O-Palms, Nokomis. for an held before the luncheon. Only
cxupe! ntundid the Venice. oko'l mite etay. Also there tor a two. ,I to an announcement on was
I business was given approval
min HIFV c ': "it 1 t"g?thrr. week vacation are Mr. and Tin. I II I the subject after the meeting. Mrs tn eloia ing $100 to the JamesE. Point 0 .
i mad' ,
on Mr Briiey's howling was Ind.o George "Cunningham was Putalg
J. F. Smith of Dublin I Blades Jr. Memorial Fund
dlsclo(\. cnalrman of a "hospitality" crmnilttee will be used to purchase a \\UJU.Grt
I I will contact some of T LIST
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Mr. and Mrs. Howard Welty of 1 1I resuscitator for the area The con-
Mr. and Mr, the visitors.It I
.J-t, Lake, Minn., are wintiring I' been
I :Miile Lac tribution had already approved Mr. & Mrs
James :':. McClure, in En (iewood. With them will be "Impossible" to lean unanimously by the members, Dan .

HiighU tig friends from okomll'l arc their son, Francis who Is attending I the names and addresses of11 ,I but th- executive committee auth- Charles Wiles Burlington \tIt.,
hometown of Ft. Wayne, ; Ve-No-HI, and their! women who might like to attem cri'a'ion wai necessary under the Baja & Pasty

are Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Baumgart- "slaughter, Neva They will re'.Uinorth -" I the sosblons, Mrs. Cunninghar club's by-ta-vs' before payment Mr. & Mrs. \'nyard, Pt
nee and 1 Mr.: and Mrs. Argol Plan in April when Miss Welt,). 'told the Gcnd tier. She asked. could b: made. P. Mi. young '
Mr gnu Mrs McClure also had a'i; I will rename her studies at th! 'therefore, Jhut Interested visitor Lexington, f4.
Mr J. fiKcTlincouil list theiinames 8Ix:: now member were welcom- R. H. Eikton; &
pouts recently Mr and 'I I University Minnesota.. i call her .so she can Patty
comed into the club during the Lf
and children, Dcnn. and answer any question1 ulsvilli, p.,.
and D'ckcy. of Jones\llle licJ0 \. I I 1 -0- 1 have. afternoon. Mrs. George Edmond- Mr. & Alm Harry Air!"
Mr and Mrs Harry Britton "C they may son and Mrs. Sam Colgate were Throe P.lve-i Mick
-- fahn! Haven Cottages re'urne I :Make Own ReservationsAll ho*'CKsej. Place of the next meet- Mr. & Mrs S. \V StrlcUnj
John Werner of Myrtle Ave hai visitors will be asked tn !
: Sunday: night after a ing will be decided later.Chemst Fnt:-rprirf. AUM. .
had as guests his two nieces whi famines trip that took them tr. make their own re&erva'ions at -- L. Xtchrl
i .ie here from Sto.kholmI'e' Washington, D. C., Chicago 111. restaurants where the meetingare < Chat nm Ont.
den. They were Miss Keratin Sven : held. This is the club1'; ; Tells) ChurchOf Condo
and Wfh Print X.= C. Mr. Britton's I to be I Mr. & Mr>-, J, Ki'roy
son Mri. Stcg Forsiell and the usual custom and members as wet
mother, Mm. Elln MacDornM ("lewlarid 1
Duties ,
latter' two children. Hans oni'liin ,'\ follow it to ease th. ChrUtirn Ohio
arrived lust week from Ben us visitors Mr. & Mrs. L 1'oaabo: -
ta MM.: Fcr of I 1 burden on
X. H. for a stay
rirgton. Ahoiit 60 visitors und member Brid';cton, S. I
Venice last 'ear. but it was the' month or so. She will visit wit] fcions will be held on the second Mr. and Mi I J. G. Brown
...it t.lp to Florida for her t'*<) the Erittnns and her son-in-liu and fourth Wednesdays of eachmonth cf the VVnlce-Nokomls! Methodist
Casey DL
children. and Miss S\'enson. The' end daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J. t. throughout the winter. Church a'ter.dcd the evening service Victor Penult

*,i.' bn.Wednesday to New Sebastian, also of Palm Ha>e' I This week's meeting WAS held at last FUN'Rtc h,ar a talk by Seckmla, Man!
York Ci')'. \\'h're they will mak' I Restaurant :<:okomls. II
Cottages Maeatec's John J. Porter: of Hagcrstown Dr. A. B. Phillip
t ic.r hOMe -0- I was in charge of Miss Arita 1 Md. Clear Lake, Ion

-0- Loral folks who Vnew Mrs. Car i Graves club president. The business I Mr. & Mrs J. E. \Villami
GJC.U Jcr the winter at th; cline Ca-p"nter of LawrenceburflKv part of the session was helJ Mr Porter an engineer and Greenville, i C

I:* i.i'rtf Inn. Nokomis arc r>ir.iftd will\ mlFO her presence aromas, i directly after the luncheon. 1 chemist a.s well asa leader 1., Mr. & MM. S. P.OMCumberland

Mrs J E. Wl em tn of Kin4i' >: KMI this wln'er. Mrs. Carpentc I Among the business handled was I Christian Laymen's organizations Cap Tem
o ::<'. K> :: Mr also :'[1'1. Fran lw has bnen school nurse for abou Installation of Mrs. Marjorie Hamilton -I r"kto the groin on the subject: I Mrs C. R. Clinton
vies of A"ling] en \a; Rev andMrs !\ )1'pars., but wps enable to ar. ; as first vice president cf the "Cht'i'tiaa L'l 'mC"n'8 Responsibil- f.andsdown, Pi
W E. Cpers rf Tryon. N, COn1Unhe school here thU wlr organization. Mrs. Hamilton! who, iy:: In the World Crisis." An openferum Mrs. LV Riddle

C and Mr. end Mrs. Paul JI. Sr ter becan of the illness of h"f I was cut of town when other oft!- ll'wed his ipeech. Land-dn\\n. Pt

\ n of O- '.\'EgO._N. Y. : sister I Mrs. M. Harwr of Louis ; cols were installed was Inductor! I Mr. and Mrs. Porter are staying H. J. Jeronimus

oMujor \Ille, J{)'.. Is taking her place.o 1 by Mrs. Helen B. Duncan, cilia I et F-igle P'int'pnll'e., but have D"luth. Mini
C. E. Hodgin.! comma"- I -o- i treasurer. bought a home In Xckomis. Dr. & lire r.. \V FauiWellington

.ant. of KMI and Mn. KocljinIVY I Mnft in the Venice nmshin,' :March of Dime. I Mrs porter was guest teacherSunday Ohio
left for a short stay in Lculj-. while v\ ',,'tn"ing Pt the r.\\ Pat!, I, Several club ..membersolun- mnrnlnT: of the Wesley L. L. Oooden ith
"111", K)'. The: major who recent1'':, I Dr. pnd Mrs H. I* Hyatt or leered to help the local "March of Fellowship Bible Class, young Shelley Jlick
are I
,i.nuerwcnt an deration will have' 1 npe-hill Tcnn: Mrs. C. B, Dimes" and were assigned\ to col- adults of the ehunh. J. T. Blalock Mr. & Mrs. Peter PcyratMcrrlck

a physical checkup while; there. 'hl'''"r rf Polistine I1.! : Mr lect contributions at a desk in the is their regular leader. N. T.
-cL.IUS -- Dlflieh'tuoVv rf Sioux: Falls S Mr. & Mrs J. 0 McVicker
Jrhrson of \an on. :<:. D I 1) : D* arid *r"'. K P. CMirld vf! rf f t t t t4444444444444J4.'..4. .. 4......... Mansfield, Ohio
.- ( ijcvirg our lovely warm 1 New C 'tle. Ind : Austin Whit lot\ di Mr. & Mrs. E J. Eastwood'
weather for a month. He's staying\ r"lnmbu I OhioMr-< V R Sem ; y Come In and See Midma Obit

at Pearsrri's Guest House an V.. "nes of McMinnlevll'e.: Tenn t G. N. WinninghamJnckson
V( i<-evp. Ot/cr; guests they 1 Mr. and Mrs J' E Bahin and TIIK NEW JI ,
this week are Mi. and Mrs H H. family of Lakewood Ohio; Mr. and : i Livingston $723.00 ]! Mr & NVr, M Koo!berjQiuiken

Harmon and daughter, Penny, of i Mr C J. E'wnchide of Chicago Hill, ComMrs.
t'rbf.r, 11: Mr. and Mrs. Funk III :; Max Berkow I ill 11 New York .\. L. Htt
(In BlondeVictorian >
J. FhcrpMj of Great Neck X Y. fits: Mr. and Mrs. Roy Erickson i 4 Adriaa Slut

and Mr. and! Mr Walter M.'lcr; of and .son John of Cclumbus. Ind. t Mr. & Mrs Edgar HayiMarion
J.' binon. Quo.Mr : and Mr. and Mrs Fred C. Kugin: :, at $760.00 t Ini
-o- of Rochester X. y sip Mr & Mrs. \\", E Mauther
and Mrs. A. B. Hider 01S'onc -0I 10 and Regency $795.00 : Bridle, .'. t

: Grovi s are entertaining; frr I Mr. and Mrs. Harry Akiigg say Mr. & Mr. L H. Cordon
the wln'T m'nths Mr. H'dir'- they hats to leave sunny Florida. I j I I i Chicago 11
mother Mrs. Ma.'Ian Ilk'tr ar but they had to return this morn- Shop t Leo L. Holler monthiKf
his I'ist'r.rr". John Hider botl-] Ir.g for their home In Three Rive ; .. san: nmort. S.t.
,. ............ ..,. ,. .,,. ..., ......
of Utica X= Y The *l '<>r's married pr... Mich. They've been ,callon. >> >>>> s fe'lt' r. Mrs. L. D. purnell &Iir>rtJ

surname 1* the spine as ho- Ing at Point-O-Palms in Nokomis! I I \ .'!11 ., man &I D a r II tit. .,''. 9 Ocean M*:
Mr & Mrs. OXeill
: Paterson S *
IN A HURRY? Mr. E3. Otters

PHONE 3461 Iii ii Paterson, N. *

If No Answer, Call 3955 I_ For AnActive J 0 Gorver &Eureks.: Family!! )!."..
I. Mr. & Mrs. W' S MilleVa,
John J. Carson .
.1 ook ton.nd.Mr

D D'::: n D D D . . .' .. I- Winter 1 1I & Mrs. J. Riverside L. Maths lIl

: For the Discriminating Diner ttMacatee's I: ; Mr. & Mr. Alva Hugh"Madhoa N. T.

iI Season '
& Mrl L. J Coffee .
: Restaurant p 'Orlanda. fa.,.

i,! Keeping Outdoor Girls II Mr. &Mrs. o pous. Obit .
looking lovely' i i

of leathery '.....r, &: Mri. Bot nlll Sited'i ..
iQ On the Trail at Nokomis. 1* our speclaty. $" KewMr. {

., L---- i r Mr & Mrs. CFen.'ton. >M1 .

Facials $2.50 Seal
.. \ e feature a wide variety of the ii & Mrs. Sm. Lou.M.I.... JIG.

I best In Sea Foods, Maine Lobster, !II Shampoo = E PhelanGreenfield ,
: & Mrs. .
){r, ,
.. Stone Crabs Pompano Frog Leg, !III
'"' Set. . $2.00 Y :
Shrimp etc. R. A.
Dnbhh.Otnnvlll. NG

!;I Also Choice Western Roasts, | Cold Mr. .I M : ; It Calve rt

I Wave' $10 t'li 1 .. LewlsburJ. ,
Steaks, Chops, Chicken. upI Kennedy ,"
A )
Mr, ,
'b'Br kfield, If f
gi Machine .
Vf. -- Richard J. Price
: A La Carte Dinner Priced from $1.25 I W Ve.$10up .... Waukesha, ::{

'. .';' ... ;hire J GeO, ruJk ,%::,
II I Our skill Is uncanny, our prices reasonable. NMrrs.'WllmlntoIt ,
Also Our Table D'Hote 0w Kravel '
Dinners from
t $1.50 Mr. Ie Mrs
Telephone Venice 2811 (or an appointment nowl Detrol -:

w 4 We strive to satisfy the most exacting appetite CHARM' BEAUTY SALON FlLla' '

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Open >:.. a. m. to ItM p. nu -P1ra r.: f di. .\'titJAM Afro' ;me"' -: 'fI',.X\ ( )-tttgesg .;; .f.: WW" > rldbe peogb

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January 2A, 1949

I. _
GULF -THEATRE Author of Children's About 67 ptr cent l' Dthc'r destructive conditions. oatjr ,

sake.. '- 'Wanti test 000 acres of land : small percentage of the total I... '\

ONE SHOW NicirrtY suitable for OIOJTJlnlr"l1't.I actually covered by profit-bring.- I

Bos Shew Office SUrU Opens 8:00'Matinee 7.30 Horse Stories Is HereWalter timber Because. of- ing tiees I'

SundayI I rtforwsarwnraf....... \rmrr.\ .r.!.r..r.err.r.rme...... ..\r.rtrrn. fV"'I2' s
""'"""' '''''- & _-. .v __ 1II'i::
I Office Open !:63 p.in. Farley and Wife

Show Start I p. m. Back for the Season I RECOMMENDED BY DUNCAN HINES'Cardinal's
ort Subjects Shown Before
and After the Feature Walter FarUy, well-known China Missionary to Talk
-0- ter of At I Villa Nokomis
Friday and SaturdayJan. children's books about Baptist Services 1
1'8 ?9 bosses, is spending the winter In
tinted Haunted and LovedIn Venice at the Worthington Mrs W B. Glass, a former missionary
the West Venice to China, will speak to the
not new territory for members and friends I
of the First
"Panhandle"Starring Mr Farley, After
writing 'The Baptist Church at this weikx
Black *' I
PUWon, In the north he Sunday evenmg IIp.rvlce DINING UOOM OPEN DAILY
Cameron, Cathy Down Pinned "The Son of Black Stal. A native of Virglnl,
-Aloe-' lion" In Venice In 1946. uate of the school of and nursing a grad of I Breakfast Lunch Dinner

Selected Short SubjrcU Mr Farl Y has been H lover of Touro Infirmary, New Orleans,' 89 ..n.. 1?to > 2 pen 6:30 8 p.m.
Latent News and Cartoon horses and horseback riding time La. Mrs. Glass was appointed a F
online! Phil Harris "That's he was a yoiirg-trr, He first got missionary to China in 1901 She I Buffet Supper
bitt I Like About the South" acquainted with the animals at his served chiefly at Warren Memorial
'rrj 'omo"Yot View uncles riding academy, and new Hospital at Hwanghrien, She was; Served
Every Sunday Night
o has eev ral cf Ms ownt his farm married to Or Glass In 1916 and I I
Sunday and : in Pennsylvania.
Monday worked
with him In medical e>eng 7 to 9 p.m.
Jan, /lit 11 HiA other beck, Include, "Island listic work until they were interned l
successes were remembered Stallion to which! he Is at pre -I by the Japane Both were I Rooms Available' ... tipple' r>"i>h'es! And Suites
ly women h. had forgotten ent writing! "Ruthless" I wife Rosemary, rand their five- In retirement: In Fort Worth, To:: I For KfscrMlj+ : >:.H hone :Silt

StarrfneMhar month old dfl'mhtor:; Pamela ex.I -, The visit here will be one of a i i ]jOn the Trail nt Dona Bar NOh.OMI.-K: ; i}
"e-rtt. Louis Ilitnnrdkna. I red to bo In Venice 'intil Mry series that Or and Airs Glass and 1
IInoh. mlA Innnrv 'W A n...,_ > &
Lynn Sidney Gr..pntrf'.tL : mZSS3&: ; : : .KZtfTFWfff&i f&
Bremmer, Mlcwr* I Important Legion MeetingAn I Tare making this coming ''cek a' -
.._ I the 18 chu rh" wll, h mater ul'; I
Lnt t N'irt anl Ol'tn'Viirtf'irf Important Joint meeting of the Southwttt Baptist ASFn The?'
"Three BIN; Goal the executive boa ds of both tV! I are staying In Brndentnn and eeeli IN PERSON
Also Tl'nr"ha1. "T"'" '. A No-Vel Pest Ar;crlcan Legion will appear et diifcren4 churches
small Hotel" and its Auxiliary\ unit: will be held Tie program here will start at
Pt t:"0 Mirdtu at the legion Hall 1:'O. An offe-l-t at thin a' nice will "111; RU"\.I5\ KINO"Xavier :
Tit Ued ,-.hllr4. on V\, Venice A\r be taken for the world-wide m'8sion -

I--.H. l. S Sprke men f->r ". )e groups have program
iBIj"''nf for l l11" hi that ur:.,,fd all members of the b.>ar1. .- C.ugat
Fuild and Build to be present.
--- Brownie Beach Hike Ends '
['Mr. B'and5n! B"i'rls'
Arriving last Ra i'cav.: Jlr, and .
His Dream House" Mrs Walter Wagner of ly-uisvilo With Marshmallow RoastAb And "imt %
Starring Ky.. were In town a few day visIting (JJ t;'1115
Cary Orint M\rnn Loy their on. Walter Jr, who h ut 15 of the town's Brownie t
Scouts took a hike on the bcpfi
"telr;\'n D"uglasReginabt Denny; : a KMI cadet -- Tuesday nftrrnron as part of their i irtorkly Cast t of 25 '" 9 pin. 1 a,111.

-AI-f Mr and MM W L. J>''ur rf The meeting climaxed I IIcng I
youngsters their
Irtnot p.tSrnlt. S-j;; -rlnltIt' North Tiz"wela! arrived Innvh :
walk Dancing and Floor: Show
M''l t ""tnnn.. the ... 1Ve'nesdn'to hguests/ o' by toasting mashmc1IMS -
l over e fire the
on beachThey
nlra" -"d Dtnq' co"'r. "J'nrrontln''nt:11 their daughter Miss Evelyn Bi'er <.
were led Tuesday by M"*. .
r.'lOon" iti-litlJiil iiiilliK
and of Miss Aria Graves a
Cornwell\ of Palm Haven Cotta'es
x TVW. _........... their home en Force d:, Leon Avc ..1
I I I o\ MfL; ONLY:
Mrs Crrnwell and Mrs Joseph
Hurt another Brownie leader, nlon .
I attended a Gulf id Distrl'* MONDAY, FEBRUARY 7th
Venice Shoe
Repair Shop Fr:wnie Lralers' Training Courseen
Wednesday morning in Sirs- JIl'XIClI'AI.l'l1rJ omnl
rn'a M's J. F. Dempiev a third
o Rear of Arcade Barbershop. 1 lerDI Brownie lender was unahl" "S.\RA"iOTn..or.Jn \

Opposite Post Offices to attend Tickets Sold at

Complete Modern Mr. md Mr Ivan B. Royal arrived ASSO'LTIa1! !STOIi-t

In town last week from their 412 Alain il, "arj.ot:i
h'me In PTtlne, .rch.! to tay on
Shoe Repairing and Treasure I land until April Mail Orders Filled
-oMs --
Leather WorkAlso H G. Miller of 'eVinehes- Admission fcV |plus I tar f

ter Kv. 1 N staying at the ni Patio 1 .
Limited No Table ReservaMons hoc p pesos ;
Polishing ITn'cl whll"I itlnlt her son j
"Wa hle"' JTiller, a KAI1 cadet "--- 1fj1

Riebiwn Owner .. .
'Vtc Mali Sick Frank C "

MJCCS V"-11" For 1'ickup mid I>,.!lisery I'hone 83K

Mid-Wintcr NEVER i BEFORE j HAVE Sale WE :::: SPECIALS '


So Drastically On Our CANNED GOODS vz

MULCTS 12-Ox. CUll t 'o,;

Whole Kernel Corn 17c +

I IGA No. 21 1 CanS

SPARTONRADIOS Fruit Cocktail . . I . 35c +
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GOLDEN KEYEvtporated Tall Cans 5 '

Milk . 37c ;f w 1'

I Frankly, we have SUNDAY MORN 1-Lh.
Coffee 39c
two large lets on
1 ROYAL Pkt.

hand that arrivedtoo Pudding I. I I 7c j
late for Xmas _Cans. BRISKET or 1 Lh alY
0 s o and we wantto Food 29c Rib Stew . 33c
Dog .
move them to _

; make room for 18c Steak . .. .._ ._ 45c
,smaller sets Apple . I. Lh.
3-Lb.Can ,GRADE
| A CHANCE OF A LIFETIME Chuck Roast 55c
Spry I. I . $1.05
WAS SALE PRWI'Console. : I Lb.. Sliced Bacon-;: 49c

$144.95 $124.95. Sno Kreem . 95c ,\tt
I . _

Full-sixed AM-FW radio-phonograph combination with automatic CLEANING AIDS
record player, fine 10-Inch jpeeker and space for album Carrots, I.. 'I" .2 Punches 19c

*. Jn Dint jnaJiogany cabinet. ,. .. Can York,Apples ., 3 'bs. 29c:
Konsolette; $99.95 $79.95 Babo Cleanser I. .lie Potatoes 10 Ibs. 43c
I :.',, .
Compact $-ttib floor model radlo-phc.no standard broadcast SWEETHEART 4 Reg. Bar. Pascal Celery . . I atr\ 13c

combination with automatic record changer 1 Toilet Soap .' I 27c Oranges. s I 8 Ibs. 25c


.} .
,- .' YeEicefood Shop WEVERYDAY t-;
"Slck lUdloa Made Well In Venice '
r "'. ,. West Venice Avenue
\ Mr t j fc l Lee-'' Phone J87J ..

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\ Children's Record --- School Pupils Get Spiritual "

Program Local F Library Open Daily -Groi
1'1f Anti-TB TestsAll

f Gets Publicity for Venice For One Week OnlyThe Studied at Chur
public library In the Civic school pupils, years and
. under, will be given a tuberculosis
. Center will be open from 10 a.m. patch test next Monday. Mr. Ann Metholist t
N GoUenstdn until noon each day next week health will Circles Als
Retty Stoeber, county nurse,
sidering 'pistols at daybreak, but Hold Joint
from Monday through Friday. be at the schools Monday to apply Mecting
haven been able to decide whether
Wonder lio to Shoot
t : the patches. On Wednesday they The Venl'e- 0".l
to shoot themselves, each otheror These hours apply for one week olOhll.
will be removed and Mrs. Stoebei Metb
d International publicity has been the editor of the magazineGuerrilla's only and announcement will be Church began 01
will read the resultse on Friday. meetingsedAi' It
s tined for Venice a, result of made of the hours that will be In < evening
Pupils over 15 will be tested by the church In Nokonua
i the Gulf Thtatres nightly chili effect for the remainder of the X-ray when the mobile unit comesto lea will continue The It
Wife through
j learned this week The library will be very glad to Reports of the tests will be sent The general topic for
1 i A story 01the project was oai- To Tell of IslandsA accept new works of fiction or home to the parents with a note at the meeting. !Is "GrOll'th discus
ary other worthwhile books from of interpretation it was announced Spiritual life." The
.; tied in the January Issue of Record studies will
who wish donate them
to health based
I lecture on her experiences In persons by the county department on the <:8pel of Sl,
Retailing, a trade magazine the Philippine Islands will be given -' They may be taken to the library and a book by Arles Estelle J
! that gees to music and television by Mrs Herman Kluge of Englewood when It Is open, or pickup will bo The patch test materials were Carver, "NewneA' of Llfe"
. : skaters throughout the U. S, next Thursday evening I arranged If donors call Venice I furnished by the Sarasota Tuberculosis Mrs J. T Blalock win |lead
\ South America Canada and some Feb. 3, at the Englewood Metho-' 2M: Assn and were paid for meetings, but she stressed that
vart* *f Europe dist Church. through the sale of Christmas series will be ?? !Informal 10 J

, The story covered two full Mrs. Kluge husband was In the I seals with all peroni attending join
('a ell. It was accompanied by a lumber business In the Philippinesand That Man's Coming Again in the discussion She also' g
, holograph of a Gulf Theatre au- later became a captain in the Sale of Christmas Seals that persons of ai! dcnominatj
idirnce and a reproduction of oneAof guerilla forces. In her talk she To Help Poor TaxpayerWith are Invited to attend the cat
the thcatics advertisements A will describe her dealings with na- Up $345 Over Last YearThe Ings
I blurb" accompanvlig the story tive tribes and her experiences the deadline on filing 194S The meetings tatt at 7:30:
said "Small town dealer In Florida the Invasion. I federal Income tax returns fast sale of Christmas seals In The Circles of the Worn
launches f new Idea in public approaching the U. S. Collectorof the Venice area this year totalled Society of Chrlrtian Suvlceof
r record service that x x x can be The program Is scheduled to Internal Revenue this week 534S more than last it was reported Vcnlce-Nokomls Methodist ChJ
-applud all over the United Spates'The I start at 8 p.m. A silver offeringwill took official pity on harassed this week after a final tabulation met Jointly Tuesday evening
f wor 'Venice. Florid appear be taken at the meeting for Venice taxpayers. of returns had been made by thrlr monthly meeting
four tines in the copy. 'I benefit of the church building In a press release he announcedthat chairmen of the Venice and Englewood -: Guest speaker was Miss Mar

, Record T)pas fund. a deputy collector would visit drives, Stuart Long principal of the i
I The 1 Idea for the pnlect ua Extensive repairs are under way the city on Friday, Feb. 11, to help High School Athletic Director prey School, whose topic was "
conceived by Paul Goldcnstelncwn ; at the church, according to Rev area residents prepare their returns Charles R, Gadd,. who headed Advance In USCSVork."
George L. Harper, minister and it be stationed In the for A short
of the Alpha Music Shop. He will the anti-tuberculosis campaign business session
, .1J1 W. Venice A\1'. It consists of14laying Is hoped that will the be new completed addition to in chamber of commerce office from Venice, Nokomis and Laurel, said presided over by Mr. Paul \l
the building 8:30 a.m. until 5pm. roy chairman, and Mrt Br]
standard chiMrcn
rccrJif had reached
the future A new roof for that sales In his area
near led the
dnvo'irnalA .
i <- for IS: minutes before the the church was finished this The release asserted that most 76980. And Mr. and Mrs. William /
social hour
njrilar moving picture program : week he added taxpayers "will be able to prepare Jonas, heads of the Englewood followed the mIng
with -Mrs. \\imbishl
each The records their returns themselves, but
tarts* evening drive, said sales In their community -
, would be hostess and Mrs. F, M B.
Include narrAtions nbnut popular added that the deputy totalled $204. Schr
<'i.rtnon characters folk songs and More winter visitors: In the area ready to "give any advice or assistance The total for last year was abou and Mist Mildred McAmis on I
! t-emi-classlral music nre Mr. and Mrs. C. Magee and needed. It also stressed. $620 for both communities, ac-
1 I of Alder that any person whose total Income
The only flaw in the mAgAzinc't Miss Cynthia Magee
t layout was the caption under the Crick N Y., who are staying at In 1948 was S8no or more cording to Gadd, with Englewood: 1
l.>.'lure. The photo shows City Jamav Beach: and Mr. and Mrs. E. would be requ'red' to file a return accounting for only some $94. He 9 4 9
! ouncilmon and l Mrs Victor Ret- W. Schmidt of St Paul Minn. not later than Mar. 15. railed the Increase "very encuuKg --

, t)'. owners of the theatre holding who are at the Don-Mar Tour- ing" and said It should help
ands, in the iiidimre the night south of Venice FLORIDASTATE ]
ist Court Mrs George H. Breed and her the Sarasota County Health and
the project was "tnrt<-J. But the --o--
daughter, Mrs. Edith Barren Tuberuculosis Society extend Its
I caption Identifies them an "Mr. After a visit with her brother, of Nokomis on Sunday entertained -
l Ccldenstein and Mrs Victor Rrt.I John Krauss, a cadet at KMI, Mr. and Mrs. GUY Newhall and program In the county next year.

I ty." Mason Miller and 'Mr. Miller Mrs.l, Dr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Breed, all a
\, Both Ratty nrd Ooldenstfin told turned last week to their of Lynn, Mass The guests arc' Rhumba King in Person
the Gondolier they have been con- Lexington K>'. wintering at Ft. Myers

i SSSBlKl. BlIIIIIIIllHMMHHiMai To Play in SarasotaA FAIR

gala evening U In store Monday
Feb. 7, for area rhumba onthuslasts -
Rhumba King, and a cast of 22: GASPARILU1CARNIVAL
stars will appear for one night

; AT EVERYDAY PRICES! only Auditorium.! at the Sarasota Municipal

The popular dance bind which l
Our Dining: Room recently appeared at the Presidents l- TAMPAGREATEST
Inaugural Ball, will play
Latin \mericfxn and American
Open Every Day tunes for dancing Featured vo- .
callbts "Norma" and Tony Gary.
and a floor show will be a part of
! LREAKF\ 7 A.M. UNTIL CLOSING the program. Dress I U optional. 4

LUNCHEON -- 12 NOON 'TIL 2:30: P.M.

I DINNER 5::10 P.}!. 'TIL 9 l'.M. Don Shrode Venice jeweler, hal
COCKTAIL guests this week They were his i.
I mother, Mrs John Shrode; his
MEALS 'brother and slstt'r-In-Iaw. Mr. and WINTER
ALSO SERVED IN SWIMMING POOL PATIO Mrs. Harry Shrode, and the ht-
I ter.' son Barry, all of Tiffin Ohio.
I The visitors also stayed with Don's EXPOSITION ,'i.

.:. Special Daily '% other brother and sUter-in-law,
... I Mr. and Mrs Karl Shiode, Sara-
i no ta. OPENS CLOSES )
L... Businessmen's Luncheon
-- Only 85c TUES. SAT.TEB. .
No one knows who made the

l r Complete 5-Course Dinners $1.25 to $2.50 first wood products in America FEB.I .
I Useful wooden objects have been
'I found in an excellent state of'
! .
preservation, however, in the 12
GULFBREEZE HOTELIN mounds of ancient Indian tribes I I
and ruins of the cliff: dwellers

\"*" ICr. ILORIDVS "OV THE GJ,.." CITY ...tttttftt ft4i 4 t-F} --XTTTTrrrrr.. : 'frTl'r': ..---

: LOIS UEIGERT, Mgr, ...

I PHONE 8101 i Orange Grove Lands

III II : lImn1mlllllllllllllllllllll!1111111''11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 nlIll IIiiiIIIIIIiHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIiIIiIIIiIIIIIIIIiL :*:: We have available: a select acreage of the best orange grove

:H: PLANNING TO BUILD A NEW HOME? = :.:.:. soil In south Florida. Warm ridge land high, well drained

::: cleared and ready to set to trees.

Then you'll want doors. windows :.+:.:. In I Orange yea.... Trees Set In February Ulll\ Make Be.inn? Grotfl .

hardware . custom furniture that will stand the ||
::: This land located In Lemon Bay Englewood district nn
c:: tests of time and without paved highway, only 1 mile from Gulf Light, Power and Teie'I J JPage
beauty flattening your pocket ( phone available. Fine location for winter home, A local man
book :It will set trees and care for them during yout. absence If help
::: I. desired.


BE SATISFIED Office 1 1t

I Complete Supply of tied Cypress. Mahogany Oak, ::
Corrugated "Weldwood- Plywood IN OLD CHAMBER OF COMMERCE BLDG.
I ;;;;
= Masonlte, Metal Molding Micarta and Formica Tide and Dexter Building Hardware :t VENICE, FLORIDA

i' = VENICE MILLWORK & SUPPLY INC. Let BARTLETT how you choice locations at Englewood for I

I I I your winter home with a. little 'orange grove. One acre or wi
Custom !Millwork Our Socially Lowest Prices la Venloe-Saratota Area i low price j Jean to pay

{eo == Pheme 2561 Building 213, Army.Air Base .


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January 4E, 1910
1 Pale Seven i

Jgatisfied' Customers Build Our Englewood Legion AuxCharter The annual lumber cut In Flr.Ida' pv'"

.., forests has decreased about
' 45 per cent In the last 20 '
: I3ilsln"" \ I ),Sate ,\ u L31 if. according to the State'Chamber years of

.. l Commerce.
Help prevent further
\ -If\n
4 'LET va sERVE YOU 1 1f .'t decrease by eliminating forest '
WITH OUR Dance to'Mark End fires and harmful cutting practices .
and Mrs. Lottie Hogle. The sale .

COMPLETE. LINE OF ':Of;1.ehjfty,{ WaitT will start at 9 a.m. and end at 9

After a,waiting period of near. p.m. Donations of clothing and 2633 -5..sota- 2529

Hardware 1* t year, a charter haa been other articles for the sale will be Phones

Paint i granted to a glU .' of Englewood welcome, Mrs Long has announced ; ;.1

Building Materials women, making them an official to..,,, 4 AmbulanceS
Auxiliary unit of'Lemon
1 Bay,post
American Luglon A U. 3 Navy submarine com- Service

Lumber & Millwork The charter came through the mander was distressed when he '

,r- \ Jacksonville office of National surfaced after haying been depth or Night
:VENICE LUMBElFH'ruler ; Auxiliary headquarters last' Thurs bombed by the Japanese and Prompt and CourteousROBARTS.SHANNON
day. found
an unexploded: bomb lodg.
, Ave at Seaooard II
\ 'pIlO\t: 3.'ZCN : The group started to organize ed on the submarine deck The Sit"lw

T Jut April, under the chairman- resourceful skipper, however .
ship of Mrs Frances Long. Twen loaded the bomb on a rubber life- Funeral Home
'ty. bc charter: members were"sign raft and carefully sailed away
ed up and 'since then 10 others .
have I4 N4U'4U" H""f 1;_. _
applied. It (is - ------- -------------
expected that ; "iENGLE'S
more will apply for
.., Mrs Long saidOffictr membership
TEA. ROOM l q7
tut'hanged ", '

/ IS A MAM MO Temporary officers were chosen .,. '

liAS"MORE MONEY these while waiting officers for will thc charter and ON HIGHWAY 775: EMilCWOOD 'J .

automatically PHONE VENICE 2486 ..
I k
THANH/S W/F take over until election of new ,
SPEND / ones In March. They are Mrs "
CAN :: :
1.oul-e Flnclju president: Mrs VIola DbLICIOUS, SATISFYINO'! E'\IS.. ,
Ferris 1st vice-president: ; Mrs :
The L\ist t Myrtle Guthrie, 2nd! vie.president Luncheon ":
vito prepare 12-2 6Dinner 5f1( Sf3u, '',*
and Miss Helen Clark, sec- I ; I f; \ iJ.

for any event tar-treasurer SUNDAY DINNER HOURS: 12:45 2.30 5:30. 8:00WE }y,
The unit held Its first official .
:and to r larh n it's action's Club.Monday Succeeding night at meetings the Woman t1M111 .NitNlaylNM .1 Ji.I#>>,..t.1: I : /.t

will be on the second and fourth .
over i N with cool '
Mondays of each month. ;

/ drink prepared with gait Charter Charter DanceA Dance will be HOPE YOU SLEEP 'VELL..i"f 7J :
staged by the women tomorrow
light at the Englewood Community 114'(
Hall The public Is Invited to
dance to the music of Oscar Peter '
It would be much t'R.lerlnd cheaper
mid his orchestra of Sarasota, Miss 1 Ii'l
Clark Is chairman of the dance
for us If we delivered out milk
assited by all other members of
PAC" lG !:
thc unit. [i tot yout home before daylight Thc l
) R.' Le:
y'-l The new' Auxiliary also has,
It" VI'\ .
Sale for Saturday '
planned a Rummage' j driver would not have to shave, comb (
Feb. 5. at the CommunityHail
: Mrs.' Long Is chairman of [4)1' C18W'k
his hair or have a clean shirt; the
this project and on her committeeare
.Mrs Laura Warren Mrs truck .would not have to be nalnttd
Raa If you are busing! or inline Frank! Magers Mrs. Ruth French rl .
1 '
' real estate. you wi1! need I "

Yours speedy, accurate .rl'It' I ... .. :
Delivery Serves 'You
; ., .
Real estate h*' no \'U. If 1 YOUR.'PRI'DE .1 1

OO1. the title ii not ci+ '9r.of If delivered too early. .milk would. .bci.out, pie jour! doucstcp I
i tor several hours: it would, nqt be as fresh whrn'you got It. 'you

TIME Let us e\p'4in Ti l> : fn,"r- i ...AND, : JOY c'ron: !
WSUI xi would not H* your Milkman and benefit ( his attention to .
onCe to you or b. tuvn'\ have I ." .

r ...an..b tract'I h Attorney, special trd'tI. .tens| you ,vouldhave trucks; ; with noisy Lot-
opinion > tics, disturbing jour rest. I.f" .

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f .ti So we deliver daytime and 'I
Abstract Company A


of Sarasota ., ;,

Bra J. ,PrrwMK. J-f ideN! r .- "'1 For Regular Home Delivery .
'ACCURACY; esfABtlsllKD. 1921 ,"UVI''''' : .'

; '. Land-0-Sun Milk'Si: Dairy' "Products(

Pleasanter Vacation Phone 2371: Edmondson Farms,. Inc.fhirsty .

:. .

,- :wJjEN. YOU. CAN GET +'ttftfftttftttfftftt. ., tttftttfttfttfftttttrttfttot4 It*

I ot4. "'
tI t. Hung rv: ?
:. \ : Good Food I / .
,'xdsE- =
't''l\teeA' 'e l'fy. t+ It i
Our meals are
Come. to-
J ..incl I1r" pic' 't1' 't. Oi1'e' usa = ,
pah y" 1t
y .ur, : ::: .. It
trill today. 1 .. 6f Itl
tcoutse you .
open I"
f'I' ,.., .,..,. keep that pet outfit LARRY'SPLACE': -
j.r I :t
Brrakfatt -Lunch r Our Sarutone' :t:
7 *.m II km., II 14a11: i. -..Y. plait: 1 .. t .p m .. '

... ..... .. u drycleaning' ; has a rc'pvtation' : : 1 .P,. lv

.i In. Comfort and .. for preserving .ot4'.. .. ; 1 t,

CostThe fabric beauty ::: ('OR 4 .. :.
Without Highi; ... '
makes tired clothe fresh Cool Drink Hn
: :
.... .. : Long i
." and again: Phone
ealm.'GriJ l I' ::: A.'D4. .
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today. .
.. f .. IM : ... "
." ..1 .. Real Home Cooking .1: ,
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MR MRS,'W, E PATTERSON.formerly :t eg

:: of S. Bend, Ind... .. .+:t

C LtANFmS" : *:: Ham. Beef Pork ....140... ,

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: ot4 .'f Hamburger ;

y.lce'At'. -:.Opp Roll"Pilone,2671 Ho Chili <'< .... .:
-Trail = : "oa .e :
." r'S All 3* .. .. t. z. .... 1:
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... ,' ..' i0 Nertll. of" N...... w
\ :.... I.Dines 75c to .$1.00. .. ..."1" ._. ... : 4
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I'I January B
Page Eight' _' Editorials VENICE. OONDZL1E ; 1

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Published every Friday. ( f t1PFERf 1D TNad ANy Old
Venice Avenue Venice Florida. y
tone ?APOTwff talc ss'ITl Editor
Entered a. letond-elaM ) usac ens T'ra1 After reading: the Sarasota
at Vtnice. Florida under the Act i't- N1n6+MOR6. aid Tribune of last Sunday

came alarmed at the h
MEMBER FLORIDA shortage in Venice, accord :
our Mayor, since
several i im
Subscription rather One year 'i them friends v,ere
months, 75c. Classified yaw!Alfa spending some time here
words; I cent per word for eaeh ter. A quick cheat of
saw !kdges: inns, motor courts

PETE 1;. CONOVFR ................ W fta AV or apartments Indicated that

JANET T. COMHER ... .. .. ... .. are several hundred rooms
able and that no one will
1 HOWARD K. BRILEY............ ..... aMPAMiXlip ed to sleep in their own
they come to Venice
The Herald-Tribunt has
MAW, circulation, and statements
KM **U
AtrMP W JD IGat5WfIL kind "of misinformation
NWWfleR/ 2,1930
alarm sP NRCD.And 300.000 and x/ part of the Mayor ran do ;
The editor of the Gondolier RBCTIOM
Forst ,/AsntA-MYiVa1K 's1101MA9A enable damage. It Is
be thankfully discarded the A.PJTTPUM$4.+ ANetdlplYAls4ltatw >>iC/prsllAll' We all appreciate the
ttalTO WL?aA 95%Ar Arrs/a WOW
bad worn at a newspaper WKT XMfPUliVFROM Q'dCArYw7V7D4SA effort that our public
CNTN RORy lien devote to their jobs
a bat. be would doff It to the ------ pay and too often only

sponsorship of the drive to obtain abuse and accusation of '

It took a tragedy the \' ) THE BARRACKS gain undertaking in return.the However,

James E. Jimmy) Blades Jr. public office must be \\'
of this type. Yet It is obvious Cadets 'Cram' for Exams e this condition and

where swimming, boating and Laud V' nice: Commi'ntv: Sprit: which they are placing lhem
und they mutt be
ular activities, .it is gambling '\' Note TtU apace, usually occupied by Ru n,ell Faro and uifCt the ciiticiam that
When obtained,. the device will be till' Kentucky ) iil- ...1lao.lId. statements will!
mill ht turned over to %
save the life of any one of us .%%-1IilttderA; to utik,
.here. TIlt writers a a gd
of heart attack! electrical ,4urug tile s ehpoe rs stay ,tlO\1Sftfll/a./ 'and civic of/Ith
encie&. 'rte N k Hitt'llll:{ 1144"Y14. vrnAt"t.-. ,s better Iaaiot etc ail virtues, bi.i must
I ; ro1b er aim eurp.j.>)> \ pared and blended w 1th
The legion's promotion of and facts to be of any value.

from every tfuilst, permanent By CADET MILTON REES ing judgment and facts,

It is the kind of unselfish : f Is running smoothly IIOAU tbe boys are about ac- can say of such" a man is

ization like the legion an the surroundings here in Venice All. the old boy are laeans well. VOX

proves that its members did not, and the new ones are enjoying the friendly atmosphere -=--

farces, forget tbe lofty aims for of the Venetians. We have five new boys with us who Dear Sir: ,

These complimentary KMI this term, and three more who returned here after 'I am sorry that the
of the last
knowledge of the fact that there: ha created the
we have our semes what the prospect are for this ins
misunderstanding between
legion widespread
that there was
Ions and the Vene season jet but we don't see much
organiza'iops during tbe course tion to the -two ordinances 1u

ceiving end done eruption, iu won't'see will be some so much real reason In the toVorryr last few day class bowling In by an the effort Council to on clear second up 1l

the patience-trying problems of beak. These Sen- teams have been started. The tax situation. As I recall It l
hose who are inexperienced in on getting in athletic spirit seems to be flourishing was no opposition to the 9v
remember : fall and that is real set 9y
is that their agalal'r designed to up
Some ef the boys
enforcement AD'a
benefit from the results they the automatic
athletic scholarship -- collection against
Thanks are also due to the the "brain do they become two year
whose contributions have put I to worry about But And the only definite
low IQ'a have to
it was the legion that led the I it doesn't hurt say the ordinance
won without the support of those establishments too 40 our present
a elm get property back on
log tbeir funds us missing. where it belong, came

commercial matters Individual who wa
here often joke led by inaccurate
.," in Venice. the floor that no one t

meant seriously and Presented by Your trouble to deny.
The Venice City Council' to have the op- Local Physicians fI In my humble opinion
on the south side of \V. Venice come to Venice every Dr. T. S. Thompsonand Lions to the first
took forward to the nance could only come
was probably a sensible one make in the "Land Dr. Jams E. WadesThrough who do not intend to pa
is corcerned We have noticed! I the taxes. And the only .,

One if the community's most spirit in the peo Florida: Medical: Assn. jection to the second
than any other tie ground that
to be on
us, however, that it
may not
visited, which prob- MEDICAL TRAWmO of settlement are too
w as. was expected for much of the Mare dusters arc needed. That i* anyone suspects that

It will help visitors find frctiucm.y heard today as if it were then he should avail
mitted but be also held it Is Hutnmarized something i new. There will always our public records and '
brief summary of ac to a needier more; doctor. Young- fact and figure, rather
And that, be maintained, Is just !: the post week. stars will be required to replace la* the Council into thro
tourist want Hie idea seemed our first dress pa oltfer\ physicians who hat grow tional work onto the City

what it is, a busy, congested A large number of too who weary have to. go on ':'l'II or force to satisfy suspicions

1 one that looks gnant-rldden. present to watch trials altof ether.given WJcr..r: there carthhr it on hearsay and rumors.sec
that Is con- stands, this ordinance
an increase. in .
We haven't had time to think : drilled into the care ....population"h.l. extra medical the practicalfact that a.
there Is tome truth to the \ bodies and Florid,jf.Oncomingejrtkwed qucnt tax_PM-er will not P
cities, It Is'aN'a)'. the most BOO future genecala. about a miraical and dental ichool for a parcel of land than
draw mere pecple, while empty came through to win of her own. The 1947 session of the tool value. It would be
sun shone, but the state legislator suggested that a proper for the Council to
offer equal, or better facilities. and brought home surrey be weeded if such who doe or does not oW
may merely' keep things moving will be a parade a school how much- h arty in determining the
age shoppers who otherwise ( Sunday here in Ven .w leeated. sad where it should be settlement to be offered
') Sunday when we state. cabinet toe av their concern should be to
Tbe problem has several {, Iorised s sari, to proceed and the greatest poserevenue
closely and reported at the next is getting soveraof Idwcll l has said that an for the City and
program silstpt to made to have flfidlor .
season Seeming probable, Venice start too. We've lost .. rMiy tac 1949 tcfislatwa. volve. consideration not but
tion. .+ .., & 1 game so far n.;, ?, Cameron Florida Boys the term of settlement
High schedule eager to to time element In getting
ita.our. old ri 1114:1'tl: illMC..r' 10,1 the tax roll the prOl'ert1
More '7 3fI-$ to t Joy of all i jfcaV/l li'tomctiiinVof bests tax exempt for the
en e
a pre
I. On .Saturday night -'why M many persons 3"asa because
l ver 8L Leo to the II'1ft dieters Considering a State agency'FL"IN .
Since our editorial last week Their .only,loss was III inv ? bard work and Money 'V, CAShu

responsible for .Venice's growth and time fir revenge the ... Mboob owing today the training.have Yet -t --
names of others who had
a I
s ilicaau u... Ihcy can posoauhodat Cientlemen: .
basketball .
company sib )
They include tbe late *. We tb'r. ughly
to look like pro ., -'M .days *4qaat* medical ktMJL special edition of )
were said to have helped obtain ; some real net tal- tralvlif' astatine a loiaiBiMt of twan-. Mro.fM two. reason: */
Wimmers, local realtor who has ) | of those teams. ty yew of scaoal eight in MM have a eon In. his first )
1 been instrumental in bringing and track team Semite, lots .I. Ufa s J started yet, but coUeg*. and Mffl another, fc1
settle In the area; and Robert S. "*"- .
; the art soon. All our school a ,.... iendld pi
r. who lathe subject of much local been outstanding In seat the a trot'Ostitp.. .. .lJtu..uv. stamps to .
((00.' 11M .:........JIi.
coveted d
money and time into many trades In the pact PIICtII.,.., ..... amri editions of this
nasac tile
nslr .UIIIIt.!
}.leer' many substantial property owner 4h team* season of'last with season only at least OM year in tetltNp matt lit a spcsi koapital !-. taw ...... .,. JaIL Ulb too.,We

There may be ..oW'oLherAl.. If more often It to two: I* cm 06"" e
L"J team of,the-y *t fce ..aogker. ........a.wrlll Mobs. ,\'tllt..V'" later this
4i name, we will be glad to Both team \= flatthe gueseelyc ,
editorial, by the' way, wc Shrill Bowl elaa- -- r".MIrlite '} KARt' S.
a. Kentucky. .k ia &it/e.t .. LaO
r a as Ktagibury "SI JUL" Gremlins a w. .; tiny i. ($
for !, '**'...' .'know seapab''i dji1elbwWs 1Ln Mil

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January 28, 1949. i

1 Page NImt '
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fa.o. a mNS CLASSI3111KU; AD.RAIEs I }

?d e ertiser V.the WUlpaymenpronlptb' 1 Air' S I fen fir nm 11| 1I

dint 20 we'll r .: :4": :
lineal .......1 l minimum
charlre 25 center. ,
:I. .J I,
I : a

Iek I-111 modern horn, Mint be era.Write I FOR SALE REAL ESTATE FOR S,\IF I REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
B"" "'. Venice .'1.. FE\'D" letter I f.I f.
and full ,Inturmatun make a record "f WELL: Ee7Ln1IRIIFD! NEWLY
1ot.lk : mail loll'' built milirn h'.k h, "
.1 I or .Ikln.. 42.60. : :, rbl.III": ion tins Inn F7.In Venire'deer(. "f Venire. R..on. fl',,,,r- end I ph. ir I."IIIhardwo.d h1 I, A COMPUTE
I thruuhoutr I 'If
Yard IVirilillml Tvo Mnnn. ere huh, REAL STATE; !SB1IIfb! :' .
week. NnI k' Ir. Tir"'h": it Rm, RF r.f "I. V.n. tub aid .h"..,., .
bllll".111 Pete Edit.I Phone: ; *. !S7tt, Miami!'I "ml"'im lit n. I line el in I Ivilih ,
A ..
noil 00.0Vilnew phone 2602 IAWI.i fpra, finito" ,'Imttc kt,'liui wlili I Spiro r..t"""((. tt
Hv 1 1, $2 0 Idles.a Ill .if l. ,
<'bpi nail '
\ 1' | ww ml i m''ean' j
I MV M Phone S5<)2, eithertbrl rSkiE 1'ISIiI\/ : with electric h..t "'n' I.. ': I
__ k ; TsrK1F. tied :j--; ;,. ir nir .r'F C .,
: < i mi tie OUT MnRRlA ..
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t-nice tar Hiri<' A- tale ,
3374. let< minifrrwii"
I. ,
lull p with| bnlh: private. contractive.lshWl : I'llpill".::. 1j,1: 'i. AFm.I "H'h 114 Fo. : "l lie, .I.ln! i."rrh All f'II'i :.n i,". ". 'I I ..I 8)1 fl\rOT MOItlOA M>4l ,
118col llttit and wntrr fiir. In CONCRETE () ; Col. n. tie Tr"lI. ulpmeret n"w. Living reviver and I ill afar in .ti', .,. li''in lo btnutiful erfrmt ,
.1 ;; .Ih? l
f Mul il dWrh-t Phone tru. Adnrjan. hone ; ;;;; n' end nf N..f"ml. Ale. I'111,11 Itrfrk'c at.r with 'I-I : : > :::' 4
V. I ,1 I I f
UH> iralii
.... . .. 'at Including imi
tool, lull FORD faro Mi"ly Inn .' | I nil frill I.... ,
IOSTtirplin 11.0 to f' tint rtntinnwmnn Fell : like I m n: Ut 01 x IIS" Twe 111,0.111 Ill. (Out. t':"I .d I mud I unlmi njvvrt tropical Manila* bMdbliiilirila ,
'..W I Earl Cottrell for OIl1h"n.Cry' cop In",1 Nil mesh luxekey ,;.' A Ih"mb,1.. ..ff Illrh Or. Ian, hili" "' 'i fibbing I'"IK*. buatitiM j. 7 _
lottit : Fop .nt.lnlnR valuable p.\.Q SEPTIC rhnrar: '', :N.lionliel l'hmr :.,,.&: The An im overt ir cull V,'n'... fill fir aim "" and inr 'mr setup, InciM '
Fl Modern .
llmrlnv 'nt. Onnin prim *11iiilifi .l..
nl, n Finder pl. twelve inert I'll-M '. r cuul trnll r tamp hotrl.
P..OT :.. nit.'d 1'1"0"
atin rmveland A.". Ill reMnp boat IV munch Id.' rani-hea.
ary fit'n \ mill .\1.11 : f"uIIIM" Over Ion f,, forma mt trxtrt i
air, 2ol I j 1t: :I'AlltlSI. : .. ; : ;;;;;: "'h., ?. ...1 xiWOWI' \\11 21 coolly h... 7 1.2 hit' Htiltlfiil lm..n Hiv All Inpnml l "I muM tr cot s ..f tan to I Ipfn't w a.AA v. "y'nr I : "With QIf. fir will trah re.for Cool : r iou .<. i,rluiti. h?HI' hn h.r Ama ..." i Ill .1", nn'at! rti..r Sol for fees
I, sawl nnd 1".1,. .r ?'f'. t.,; 11 I..'. 1 Inlu.url;I ",'"Iv 7 1.2 ;ml l.rI...tl. ri:hi. IIVrnhr < .7 hwritlvi. f,,kirn
radioactive "r t' aloof
inn of miter* Troll $ H.. -tun KlIII Ha maim" of this Poor
Ton the growth of tre s am jttt : : l _,1'.'! Trn'Ier Clomp. r.e.low'ieod. --- ----..- -- level) M
t h 'njr uludiM hv tl j I, likti\M(' .R' I 'Ri ( "'{O---j; :;:; : 'First $1(1(1.1" IIl'SISfl1! fr. tuner '0' hv IWliirhuay l I
'0"" 0 (.1. In. (I Mm I More wdte.
to. *
1 f* iI. J'ho' $1' n 11.1; )
t t. lilt"
mlc Energy Commission rni' r-i, 'r'w ._.__ (' huklun.: 1.11.: Wit On'nvt 1'nrt' .\"'" TI'I.ltorUr.STI
n e U S. Department of Agri- I 1111'1'1'( '1 w''Ite for.lerlw knnw.... 1 .k".n". I"In.Ul.liIHA1U. t? llMt Stfl Frt '/' .:t. rloriTun

or I OK\ .,,UI.f."I a" | i ran',!", 'nkind style.. l..1 Iwo m'mlh1'nlnnt .. .. I : 'hr: .>' II, |1' set| F. 4Rrth ."
r : : SHLCTluN
; "IV. W'.n', Club honor. iu.ii"
A. (I" "'1 !ltr', ., F.naleeo'd: ; and renld, nlu.I I .1,'u. In my uf h'0u lie tH'\l. and UNI' UAL'
SAVE SAYE SAVE I Ioy ,,"'h..'. II into. "" ,
a "' "a'1' ,'W' h ...1 11r.'e. Address.. Its r*. Vrn 1'1. I
I rv IVa'Invhn .
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tb SAVE Northern ? \ ... n.ItUCt e,
SAVE \ : Mil. ..ill Ht| for"Mm', g <. \n'1,1 ., 0110, K .n 'M. I I. ';,'kemi' StOW'. A4.a
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lee EE I., I'".. a..nf.....| Mirkrf Em'' I 1."Op r user 7., In Ioy rant ...l en.
fw EE Lions Told' .>.mil. I Metal 3">1, ItesuseitatorContinued If..n.Nr. J. 1 II!. Kvlly m '.oat f"r Il ',,........
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tell M I ,, $ ;; : '.nbcr i.f the do.tnr'S .::- i rah y
seemed n i : | f r. I I'll, r.A7.- i: : :
n t he wit ther JL''" 'ir ""1::;"" (Ui fun Jimmy. that :cl"1 1 1pi I.

sl Pre li'nt \lhTt ': ';,:Oi : n -n to start the rejiHcilitT ,i. ;a
11'/11lll, 'J'Z--n.; ,
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lirI. after it hid l boon ', ,
di cuss U j 'j i
V nl! Ci r ,
< \ i: H| iri .hen 'ItW'' Mil in M ,"':. v
54d r-_ : cr local group Members of !, '

Iti rs the ing last Venice night I in : II\\ II ,.AT ..-.. .;;;:;--7-:h::|.. comm!ttee that has wnrl'cdn the f

+'"s SAVE He II.raIll ...n.fill..n. line :::41i.I LHiiipaign with Dandido all .t
was guest 7
The Lions (' I Rob' 'rt L. Or t 'rv. local p-ink 11 0/ ,

VIE Simpson. their LEGAL NOTICES and Dick Rich filling: elation op 1' .

VE that starting : era'or, | :PUT YOUR CAR .

I next week Orgnnlzi'l tint feted c'rt-"|I .
l I\1HF ('IoU I'\T\ COURT OF TIFF buttons before this week include 1
J would be held! lSrFlfT.H. Jll"L! IHCIIT OF the legl.n. tlW: the city cnnciiJIOO IN OUR HANDS : ,
Hit-l Ho :- '\ Hun illFlfinilM. IN AVD! : I
See More I FOR KIfSOTl'II \T1 ; the \\oman Club $100; the I
'0I cause the | IN CHrFRl ]local Parent-teacher avr"cl ili,,niO : '. For Guaranteed
dntnif! rl : CAIII C, IIIUND'iRf :
eel ELLEN IHHrNIIOII. -.. < ; the -tArY C.lb <"SO; rV
Indefinite P<' (\ : ', hu.Und.nd wife: ,I' id| I I. .
Epiphany Catholic Church $Wand .
dub and the Plaintiff .1
.. the Community Service! Club. i i\\m I Gincrnlulo Repairs
main _. '
lad North open. ri
::0.'I IMEIfI'. RCCFI\K1
f. $50.
lea IBM: AM, 3:2' A.llt BLE REALTY ('OKP.. PI al.Drtlendants. r I]I. Complete Iterative :SrriiCfB '
Front lad f'
1:11:: A.M. ft 28 A.M. Aligiiiiiicluhrujtion
Can N: 1:11: A.lIl. b:00 A.U 111'111)9Tilt l n ,
010: A.M. 1111 A.M. : STATF OF HOKID\, TO | tree with bark something like that I|I. Standard Oil Pricliiitit v.
.d pf the American birch, reach",
".11 P.R i2) 200: PM All prnuni, claiming' any restate. pill I I Ch.-yell Pioduttn Service _
title (.r interest In. nr lien liniment tile about 70 feet in height! in 15 yoftr- 1I
i iI
UDPM. 2:1:1: : P.U real iiruirty hi rein ditmbril I. or any
tUI: P.!,[. 7:15: P.M. Ill hereof I I. Cull For and Delivery SirviriBE

4:10: P.M. 11:18: P.M. Urfrndanli. Creel ROOFING I
v Fort Mvers cmy. eerdiner tin iir tit. goi.d h.nly title Urtlfiol h. torn that I'ri'ugh a pro t Roof Work of All Kinds I)I1 \\E DO :\IORtSD *

Thru Englcwood In the Circuit t''urt fir Baremta Com. I CHARGE L"sI : .
t ly .'1.,1.. '.. aiHln' all ALVIN P JONES
To St. Pete via Ferry. ; Pipettes claiming .
YeIn One "ar"I' any male. right, title nr 1 Interest In. or Phonev, Bus 2873 Home 2981
rked South Miami :: :
goes to j i hen up<,n. the fnllw (nr dowrlhwt rent Devlin'sNokomis .
Irked North goes to Tamp Radio Phone I property. situate In Several OniPlylknla .
points north. ,," t-i ,,Ki I
I 8 1.2.rtile S 1,2 nf the VW 1.411.f FOR RELIABLE
All Bu' lfr QUICK
1 es Auto j the NU 1.4 if 8<.tmn *. Tittnthin 31 Garage
1a Wolf's Sinclair All Work !I, Suth Rinirr. .II Fbt. RiranuU Con, SERVICE. CALL 8
I t>-, Florida
InC Service Station : Al.o VenicePlumbing .On the Trail Nn. Nokouu4PIIONL ,
f 8 1.2 if the NW I.4 it the N\V I.4f e,
I M.enlee Ave & I i <. the NW 14 of t1c..ti..n 8. T n' nh t
TnmUml Trail RADIO 'p Si Smith Ranir 19 Ea.t. Surawla Shop I MI : yl
PHONE W7JRAILWAYS (omu. Fl .rlila. Box 14 Venice Phone 2153 .
:\ hereby required to file kith \
Cod Mil err .
Next to title Clerk nf raid Court sell written an.prarantr '. z; rr r .t. Vefl

.1..r.| ..nil I. or ny allornny) In
ail pniinlinir on nr !Vf"... the 21.l
day of February A D. |i:9. and thro.rftir .
e to file with Ill Clerk vour ,,rii- THE KING FURNITURE CO.
ten difrnrn If any. to the Pill nf Ci m.
plaint at the time@! prwrribril hy In*. FRED B. KINO OWNERof
I thrrrln Htllni up Ihe ..I.'.. rli-hl title' Punta Gorda
0' Interest In nr lion unnn the hove
For Your Florida Home I i described pivnerlv claimed hv yraI ..
I Herein fail nit or judgment will be tntrr TAKES PLEASURE IN CONGRATULATING:
f ..I ...-'".t fan hv d.fault
d and the real if [
The only available waterfront lots In Mid WITNESS Court at my Saramta. Fill Olive III MR. and MRS Al G. SICK:

,action with views overlooking both beautiful day of January. 1949
f Bays. n An Clerk of tie .
This al>o.1) M Cmirtpy .
I is
connecting land between PRFBTON KNAPP The Venice-Mvakka HotelF.J
I Point O' Palms Estate located on Deputy Clerk
Rr< 'rll.
r Nokomis Lou are restricted to minimums V Ally A for Plantif'w !

a Waterfront and 200 ft. In depth PuhU.h{ 1 J.n. 21. 29. Feb 4. II. I atq.

High land County Taxes only : .' ,.," .. .I., .'I. INU . ".'lllf'! :

and Title Insured Uniform setbacks to Bowlakade :
beauty of the view. r A TREAT FOR YOUR
(Continued from Page Ten) '
a REASONABLY PRICED Ii Seafood from Ocean and GulfI

Only' 1100 ft. available See your local AppliAnce |lost two to 'hi VenloDepa'tment .
Store High man was
t E. G. ENGMANOwner R'-nnie Smith with! 204 while high All Kinds of 1

series was made by Fciiton with .
( ) "7 .. rJ DELICIOUS HMI a'

JOINT O1 PALMS :\ The Venice All-Stars\ stayed In .
Phone Venice 2731Planning n lie for second place In Sarasota andSC4LLOPS

I"iwl'I'k.| "lth"1I2h they defeated Ii

Pnvis Lumber of arasotn High OYSTERS .

r < gimp min "a, Tony Dv even t
247 whil high series of 646 wentto -


Homes Bent Dock.C4Itta&pI .

Sea Wall +
Flesh Dully
A Home Concrete Work ,,- If

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LET t '1'. Low Prices to Seafood levers ,. ,

cuAR: GRADE W. H. BEARBUILDLNO Free Delivery to UoteU. Rst) rBtA and, Commercial t

: Cuntomer on MiolsdrS, .VVcd! slays and Friday

,* n. ,YOUR LAND ro .rJt."crOR, '

Lemon Bay Seafood Market

.'. XL. Harold Bates '...cI ee Ptrofl.N.ks ON THIJ 1 MI AT >KNOLBWOCHJr: ',..I,. vKNTOB !1II\i. li ,
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Pare Ten VENICE OONDOLIJER N'riday, January 10.

XMI Officer I. Leading: Power Squadron x

'Ringer' Golf TourneyWith Kaydets WhipVeii1Ec
Brings 12 Boats
only three more days left

Jot the January "ringer1 tournament Alhough they arrived two and .. H
-m uim
at tne Venice Country Club one-half hours later than scheduled P i ,
Capt. N. Cromwell Hammack of skippers of the St. Petersburg
fh* Kentucky Military Institute Power squadron were greeted by Indians Drop Iron Man' Bowlers to Rolli
ttaft was leading the pack with aSI an enthusiastic band of fishermenAnd
best-ball tcore spectators as the yachtsmen

He was followed closely by Sgt. brought their craft into the VenIce 2nd Game in Meets --
Inlet last afternoon. Dyseven Apone I In
Clyde Ghee U. S Army ROTC Instructor Saturday the Mens "'B" League

at the ichool Ghees More than a dozen motor For Playoff: SundayWith mo"dlOn Farms one Ull1e
score. determined by picking the launches and cruisers were In the Less Than WeekTaking placer Increased ire bet
beat figure made on each hOle squadron, which came here for Its one round of their "Iron I lead with a two-game flrst'pl
during the month, was a 33. second annual visit at the Tarpon man" aeries already completed, J I J Aircraft Venice win 0

Other who wire entered In the Center. Included were 10 boats Anthony Dyneven, Venice keg star,, stayed second by taking
golf contest Include MaJ N. C. from St. Pete and at least two on the Kentucky Mill. and Nick Apone Sarasota ace, Green' twot
Hodgins of KMI 34: Capt. John E. from Sarasota taiy Institute varsity for the first i will meet again at 9 pm. Sunday Fuel.IIlIl'n'.
1'Hce, 35; Capt B. G. Williams The flotilla was commanded by time in the memory of local at the Bowlakade to roll a final It WM battle
;lu: R. White 40: CV. Barre. Commander Al Strum, St. Pete school officials the Venice-NokO' 10-gime series Women's a for blood ln
mij High Schools basketball team League with
44: Graham French 46; Lt. Col. boat builder who wax piloting his The first round of the contest and the Venice 8mlt
Thomas Uoodjard 47. and M. B 40.foot cruiser -Elsewhere It was last night found Itself on the lit in which each man rolls continually Jockeying to Electric Pettie
I end
ll end of the after four
Barklc. 48 \\omen leaders were met near Midnight Pass, north of score on adjoining alleys. saw. Dy. I Smitty afir.tplac,
got back
to of in the KMIg
periods play tn
Jane Hodjlns. 45, end MM Me- here by four local boats pilotedby ',n. seven emerge victor with 1978 pinsas train by taking the first the Ir
} two
Ktnough, 54 Owner George Gibbs of the against his opponents 1898. dropping the last
Winner of the will Tarpon Center, Eleanor (Bill tae: final tally was 49 to 31. one, The mig
tourney re- I The result was an upset, for Apone "K" Club also took three
t"i\e a "pot" contributed by the Woodrnffc, his secretary, Ernie The local Indians who had lost has a 11 average to Dyseven games from DYFewn airs:S
ether contestants when they reg- I J. Peter, local electric appliance on.)' two other games since openIng 1S7 and thus is considered mere
)8 cred. dealer and William f Holly of their busy season on Dec. 3.foulnt consistent than Dyseven High game was made by Ecrl
I I Trrasur Island. gamely from the start At- Totaby with 170, while she
The match I Is result of a chal- took three
though trailing by seven to 10 at games hewn wit
The blc.- horns and
greeters lenge by local and Sarasota keg
TARPON I the end of the first they
flew multi-colored flags, while I fans who pitted the Venice champ 433.In
crowds on the Jetties waved their managd to push to an 11-10 lead best Sarasota had to offer Merchants Magee!
CENTERTide welcomes ns the squad cane In. I at the beginning of the second I against Bowlakade squad took two is
An informal dinner-dance wall !I The spurt was apparent! the betweenthe from PDQ Service while HidgJ
held at the Tarpon Center Restaurant .best they could do low'ever. The Another special (Continued on page Mnelf
the 'SrU
ABC and
Tables I S&r'1'oa.
Saturday night and the Kajdets caught up a few minutes
', Bowladrome will also be held at "' .''i 1.:I'. III
squadron left around noon Sunda) later had a 22-i3 lead at ha'ftine !
VENICE LET !I a 33-19 lead at the three- 7 p.m. in the local' alleys
Punta Rasa Correction) I! quarter mark and their 18-point Men LeagueIn
Hush Law World Champion Indians margin at the end. I I play this week in the Venice 00

I'rl) Jan '" 2 ,1 ... IA'lldttack ,Men a League, Venice ElectricFta'ed l'es
: 1,21. Giants
I'm Asked Train HereThe taking two .
IIIO.m: 5-52.-m. to I In the lead by .
hI.. .(in. 24 |:02 pm 1ro7 anI Mainstay of the Kajdet attack I against one from Venice Furniture '
':1\ pm Cleveland Indians. world were Ray Odaffer and Doug Hill.yeun& Other results included Jos- .
Son. Jan10 n'.5? ,mS a:27 am series champion baseball team last I giants who controlled the, tart Plumbing taking three from ish

Jan. SI 1:82:U .m pm 1129 0:54 .n nm, year was this week invited to establish ball most of the time. Hill who Smittys Tavern Adorjan Truck
1x pmTim N,11 pm its winter training quarter stands 6 foot 5 Inches Op.I'atedflom ing winning two from the Englewood A
.. Feh. 1 2:13: ,m 6.14 am In Venice next )ear. center and sank three buck Merchants and Venice Food Thats
7:41: pm .:06 pm Forward Odaf- you get whe
V-d. J..h.l: 2:54 .?, 9:11 am A letter describing the cit:>"'t advantages ets lor six points taking two from Earl parage _- you deal with us becau..
S 50 am 10,00 nm sent to Hank Greenberg fer 6 foot 2 inches got five bas- took of-
was high
At Bogart game we deal direct with the
'bur... T'b" fouls! for 12:: The mt
S 8:12 mpm 10:01 om ball kets and two
4:1' 10 inIrl vice president of the tallies fers with 198 while Jim Barath on the boat! Saves yo
: pm substituted freely and -
.. clue. after directors' of the chamber quad with M3.
Feb. 4 4:87 am 10:IT am the 12 earned the series I money, too
made etch of
were by
4:11 and the city
pm 12:05 om of commerce .
I Sat I Io council hid: held a brie informal men who plajed ,. ... ..r.;, .w i .'s

meeting Wednesday: at the Civic HIgh score man for the Indians :! Special
and the night was sharpthooting 1--
Center. Fishermen
a a aWE
The session was prompted b)' reports Forward Harry LaniusHe
MOO Pirllu' and Ip tha the club' now wintering dropped seven baske and two !I This Week

' Live Bait in Arizona, was !hunting for i touts for 16 points. Coach Charley, HAVE N
.' suitable Florida 101'aton.' The GaJd, whose team last year played .. Green Turtle Steak

:; Tackle j' message was prepared by J. Leighton only the KMI Junior Varsity. Boats and Motors i 1 75c lb.
Cornwell publicity toad! he with hi
Count! was pleased Ea
director of the chamber charges performance despite the I Smoked Fish 75c''I
For Rent =
"' '''. .'1% . . . r I defeat ''Cocktail Shrimp 60c I
They did much better he said, !
than they did last Fri'ay when Day or Week I! Lobster 75c: t

: BEGINNING JAN. 29th Naples! handed them a 25-19 loss Shrimp i [Oysters 80c plj
at the Collier County city Live
I !' II I'! O'C LOCK I Girls Lien score FOR BAITGAYLE'S I grog Lf'gs. $1.50 I

m Naples also defeated the locals -0-- :Nokomis
i .V SUUKDXV MORNING: ART CUSS in their first meeting on Dec. 10 .
and then went on to its pre writ
position as leader of the Eer- J

, For a limits Vinber: of Tat:nteJ Children = glades,; Conference 'm LANDING INOAOMI4 Market
' The score was at least partial P (
p.l1.n: inrcoil tuned by VeNoHis varsity I
: Oil Painting Ie On the Taniiainl Trail
"kquaws" They defeated the Naples Opp Point 0' Palms !
(}{) Ml North of Nokomis|
HELEN V ILSO: CHERESSE I II b14 9. making It
V to
girls .
I t TEL. 2040 :j their second win against Napes: t. .,.. ." .",.. ., .,; I:." .,.., ., . VII

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and their third of th> ., ..,. .. _
4.111111111 . . .. . ;1.. '. . .' scgson - -"' 01"
Mary Earl led the scoring with 9
prints. Patsy Gault got 3 and Joan
** mismilly's : SPECIAL !
Cole earned 2,
Both the Indians and the

t ( avcrn' Squaws Punta Gorda will play in tonight the Charlotte against .
I. : County' seat. The boys will also .

play Sarasota in Sarasota High at Punta 4, p.m.Gorda Monday I Electric

"The Bright Spot o the Trail" again Tuesday night at the KMI : Type''VASHER
gym and Everglades Friday in the Wringer

I Collier County city ,
KMI is to take or. Ft. Myers ONLY
: Starting Saturday Night here Saturday night with the jun. !

lor varsity squad playing ,at 7:15 I
! 1, And Every Night Except Monday and the varsity at 8:15.: This will $109.95Higel's
be one 'of the few night games
that the military school will play I
I DAVE DUNCAN here, the rest being scheduled for I

LfternoonsFlorida Appliances
___. 1
Will He Featured for Dancing .
a "tree farm" system was I
1 [ I\ 01SEW ANNEX tearing the million-acre mark on I 91::- W. Venice Ave. Near TraIl Phone J'Hjmm

: On The Its second anniversary in June. I".:'.II 161,:.",..:. ,.,'.,I.I.I' .11.! %.ht i ",mm::.m'. n.. I IN I' Hmmm

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7 Piano Drums Solovox Nova-Chord Accordian I .


j Featured At Our Bar i I VENICE COUNTRY ,,CLUB

(You Can't Beat Theme Prices Anywhere ,In Town) I


f Beer 15c I l-
9 Holes 60 cents All Day $

L Rum Cola . . 25c i' ,..;., r


Tom Collins . . 35c (Iaeludlq0oll and'SooUl FrirOeft. *):.
; Old Fashioned . 50c $5. WEEKLY $IS MONTHtlSWP:

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COFFEE: r r INDIVIDU' AL $W Per Yeas' ?1rAt117LY I f

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