Venice gondolier
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079934/00156
 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: February 4, 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: UF00079934:00156
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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Pcttico place Smlti] chamber Passes ,City Fireplug a Fake, First ResuscitatorBought Public Ceremony

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Drive-In Workers Find

lC mig New Regulations At least by Legion
itrtijyBer one local fireplug Is

nothing but a dummy, work- To Fete WorkersHonored

| Changes Its Name men constructing a now dilve-! tatllriigSays :2nd
the restaurant at the Trail andTampa : I

1 with! A\c discovered this j I Life-Sivfr on \\'nv: .

Venice-Nokomis Title week Venice first rci-uteltator the Bandstand l

The plug Is loc.tied In front of I objective of a und drive eonciucieu Tonight I ICouncllmlln If

9 gil Dropped So GrpupCan the Kentucky Military Institute by the ISc-i/cl American

HxlgNine gymnasIum on Tampa St. It had Legion post over the past month rt j

) Include AreaThe recently been painted by city wu purchased late last weekend Dedication
: is now available for emergency
" I employees and was presumed to I use,

Venlce-Nokomis Chamber be in working order, but w-u luis was announced by Theo E. Tonight ;

Commerce li no more. That is discovered to have no under I Dandndge, chairman of the James

llwhei It no longer will be called by that ground connections wh'e, attempts I E Blades and finance Jr. Memorial officer of FundDrive the 1

title Instead, the organization were made to draw water I local legion post. He aid the device Thirteen Venice residents whovoluntarily

(ill henceforth be officially desig- from it for the construction an Emerson Resuscitator contributed their time for

vted as the Venice Area Chamfer job. I Inhalator Aspirator, had been money to rebuilding of the
after bandstand and other improvements ,.,
bought Immediately its was
of Commerce. The workmen surmised that it in the Civic Center Park,
J of the hyphenatedume was put In place: when demonstrated last Friday on the
", Dropping Venicewas KMI will be honored bv a special band
wa approved by the agen. under construction In 13_'5. I parade grounds. concert and ceremony In the park
is now being kept at pellet
five-man board of dirrt- but WM never hooked to water .1 beginning about 7:30: tonight. '\
rfi) new headquarters In the Civic CenterBldg.
ecaibele Ion and 16 others who attended lines because the builders ran ., Dandridge repotted, an,. The bandshcU: dc;.ribed only a 1.,
out A in
money plug working c
men last of F
few week ago as a
Police Chief Herbert O. Hancheyhas
three-hour general membership order U
yoJek I located about 50 yards '
relic has been com- C
1'ompcir ;
received training in Its use
netting last night In the Civic j away Whether any other plugs pletely renovated with a new roof,
He will be available: to use it in
Center. Purpose of the session was I I in the city arc also dummies case of drownings heart attacks) new rafters and coal of paint. In r.
could not be determined I Immediatcly .1'
been placedat
completely new net ofiylaws addition shelters have
to adopt a | and other emergencies and plan
ends of the porks shuffleboard -
to govern. the chambersfuture arc also being made to have representatives both
Owners of the drive-In to be: of each local civic courts and all four courts J
activities. and the objective I known as the Land-0-Sun Dairy group receive similar falling. I have been completely I done over

-ru accomplished after eight Bar will be Mr and Mr,, I. :-econd DiViee, j on Way A highlight of tonght's program :!lJ ,

(pages of proposals had been gone Leighton Corn I\'I'I! and Mr. and Dandrldgc also disclosed that will be drawing of prizes, collect-7 '
teakrke Mis Albert! Moremen They hope! and gills from the
ever paragraph by paragraph. the area will get two resuscitators 'd by boys
The at to have it open for business by instead of one a1 result] of yie no- Victor RpUy I Veniee. 'okomls High School
new name was proposed
Mar. 1 and have formed a corporation mortal I fund. Original plans rolled firm a large eemcnt-bloek 'winn

75cHJOclb X.!the Edmondson start of the session new president by George of I Tumlaml Dairy Bail. for equipping :* tingle devicewitn 1------- !ing well" The prizes will' be pulled I t
Inc, for its operation. rr strings byall
tile end
attachments that could serve sevoral out on
:the chamber and owner of a bull- time The. Kmierson Mayor to Review KMI I members of the an'liner who
at one
.ton in Nokomln He asserted: the, persons
Sclb out wish to do "0.
utilization should be concerned representative pointed In 2nd Parade' Sunday
however that two single-unit resuscitators Those who draw from the wellwill
OcpSOU with the prosperity tlf all nearby I
,immunities not just that of City Departments could be pure'mac 1 'fo- Mayor Louis Sutcr will be honorary be asked to drop cash con.
1 price a'1d.0l11d Into It. The money will
Venice and Nokomis and that about the same reviewing officer when ci- tributions
service at two emer-'ncy be used to h'lp1I1Y for materials
telling it a "Venice Area" group May Be Combined cases permit in ..eparatl'dTras a' one ,'cts of the Kentucky Military Institute used In the renovation work. Ap-

would be more appropriate since time. hold their second dress parade proximately Stod U needed and it

Venice is the shopping center for Pli'ns for consolidates the fire, Total Price for *th, two d, vices of the winter ecison here, is hoped pnrtlclpnntf will donateat t
the area The proposal was ap \
said to bo $771 Thanks) to I least $1 each.
police, water and street departments was this Sunday
proved when brought to a vote
J"00 contribu'lon )'ri/.',. tj: ;:
and putting them under an unexpected In making the announcement, \uliiilili- .
40 Regulations t ne rrrf; were bring consideredhere from OV. Casnr-Rrr, Granada Col. Charles B. Rich- The prizes were erntributtd by
nil All tolj some 40 regulations this week Uc? who arrived In town from yesterday, local merchants and include such I,

IomllII. ffere put :into effect propose! at a recent the north yesterday, the fund mond, comma;dant of the school, i things as newspaper subscriptions, ,
were sections ii :tfnI The council Idea Wilt muting by Mayor r-Hchfd 1078 last night, >'"ncv said Suter would stand at the r.viewing | dinners at loral hotels etc The

1I sal firms to buy a* many as 10, Louis Suler, President Albert Sie- not spent for the devices will he post with Lt. Col. CV. | values run to W. $10 or more,

! Memberships and assign them to and members of the council. held to purchase oxygen and other Woodyard and cadet officers, H! I Music for the program will bo

their employees, at the fame time grist maintained It would both; resu'cl'ator supplies when needed also disclosed the parade would furnished by the Kentucky Mili-
limiting each firm to Just .ne They for the city and pro- Dandrldgc explained. tary Institute Band. An Invocation -
fete per membership and requir- |lave money of the department 4 start at 4:15 p.m., one hour later will be given by Rev. D.

log that each vote be case by a mote efficiency TB Meet for VenetiansAll | than the first parade two weeks Campbell Crunfor.l of the First

different Individual, providing frr Involved.proposal was not workedout I ago Baptist Church and will be followed .,
expulsion of member foi three pointed in Venice, NoKomis by Introductions by Publicity -
in drtail but It was civic groups Some 2000 people the largest
months non-payment of dues, and oat that under it each city emplovee Laurel, Englewood and th. number to gather together In recent Director J. Leighton Corn- f
requiring that monthly meetingsf would ho trained for at surrounding area were asked yesterday history of the town witnessed well of the chamber if commerce;

01 f the general membership be two different Jobs and to send at least one representative the first parade. The marching a speech by President George P
least shuffleboard
kid with notice In person or in would alternate between them according to a meting of the Par. takes place on the parade ground Ktauch of the local Frank ,

telling to all members at least to need In effect thi" nsots County Tuberculosis and opposite the Pot.toff ice Arcade club, and songs by Mrs
three days In advance. of Assn next Wednesdiy I I" Roebuck..
would double the manpower Health Bldg. be singled out
Other and L Roose executive Those who will
adopted Elizabeth
provisions were most of the departments Sirasota at the
to automatically remove a director fhould make it possible to. give secretary of the asoctatlon Be a volunteer forest fire lookout for special Include commendation City Council-

from office if he misses three increased service without hiring said plans would be made at the Report any woods blazes you .. ceremony Relty who directed

Consecutive regular meetings with, extra employeesThe session for mass X-rays of county see to the nearest sheriffs office' man Victor bandstand reconstruction;
WK a valid excuse; to require councilmen said they had residents. The meeting Is t" start highway patrolman or ranger I the Leo Oprlsiu who have
election of a new board of dlrec- the idea during an Irspec- lOt 8 pm In the Sunshine Kitchen of the Florida Forest' Dan project every day'face
rotten headquarters the
ton each monthly facilities In Florida Power and Light I worked on Bill .
.. year; to require tlon' trip of municipal of the Service. its start: Kenneth and
financial statements for the gen (Continued on Pane Two CO. Higtl who rewired 1 the area free y

jral membership, and to set up and Stephen P. Susn-
five committees that will be f11ledfrom the park restrooms
Woman who painted:
.e S 1 the general membership and Put $17,500 Price onE'wood Jar, .

WIll l be entrusted with moat of the Jaos Others will he Thomas Suteu, .
uamber's D ";'" ,
. work. o<-cu.vWlllounhby -
Davie, CII' :
Otis LenisDavlee I
I. *I Warning Given I..und at* the end of the war that life. In her desperate of the p '
Edmondson said after the meet- Fells Group Husband he had given himself up-to save her life, she went to white parts Council President Albert Siegrlst
(Continued ) of 150 natives that the Islands where no Lvle Miller. Contractor
on Page Two a village found Gen
Lost t While Guerrila: ; Japs threatened to burn unless he even been seen She her George YoungbcrR and an an-
these people curious resident All of the lat-
117.500 was offeredby was discovered. but all were friendly and helpedher nonymous time materials
A reward of of Again donated either
Nokomis Not Heard ter
RFD Extended the Japanese during the war I He has not been heard of since In any way possible. or funds for the rebuilding.

Sil Mile Next Week for her capture _. dead or alive- then although the investigators One Dress hardships In 41 Months that the
of the
Englewood, been sent to several One
JTluge learned he had DELAYED
Mrs. that
j mentioned was LAW
Postmaster Englewood, before speaker
Ed Courtoy, Noko- audience at the concentration camps
told an In one
1 lived just
.1111, announced this week that his Methodist Church last night. dUappoaring completely 41 months she with canvasor Scheduled to come up at Tues-

iofice's RFD Route 1 would be reward was posted, she said' The Kluges went to the Philippines dress It was patched material that could day night's council meeting final
I' ? *n t
beginning Monday thought she wasa about 1925 reading of two new
the Nips also scarce
ecvtr because mills be found. Food wu until thenext
J about six t and one-half Island guer- chain of lumber camps and 87 was postponed
of Philippine weighed only ;
""*. of territory not previously leader harrassed their that they owned on northern Lu- and Mr*. Kluge regular session on Feb. 15.
that lib-
rila forces when the
sewed pounds
of the Invasion After Mr. Kluge's Council President
the start ron. normal-size,
The route now goes north from troops from the Islands were liber- his wife hid with one Island erated. She was' a start of the explained that a study of the property
until at the
woman the
Nokomis sometimes healthy by
through' Bay Point west Americans tribe after another. that would be affected
01 AJbet Rei. Treasure Island ated by the hunting for her only had not yet been completed -
to did not dwell longon with the Jape war.The talk was sponsored by the ordinances
sorth on the Island to the end Mrs. Kluge activities, but said a few feet away. of Its drive U The study was demandedby 1
5* to aprejand south back to her own raven the small Filipino children church as part of taxpayers before I
commissioned new church a group
"<* her husband was Mrs Kluge raise funds to build a weeks of I!
omls. that the guerrllas knew where she was, silver offering taken second reading two ago I
The addition will take In new a caotaln of broke out.. said,, but not one gave her up even buildingThe will be used the proposed laws', 'u1d to be designed -
the war the gathering
lICtIona of Bay Point. a section shortly after several after ihe enemy, had "posted a reward at Approximately to help the city clear up Its I
menl .....' disappeared after made any for this purpose r .
ould have
aptly called Harbor Bay He undrgound activityiho that were present delinquent. tar a it 1
of ot his US
and MCtioAi "of the Venice months and U. 8. Investigators Islander wealthy.tot the rest persons e
Bdk stated
ay and Un Albte Farm y
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Cardinal's Car DamagedAn i C. of C. Unknown Donor |I ""*ilsjq

estimated $300 worth of dam- I Venice Shoe
(Continue 1 from Page One) Repair Shop
age was done to a Buick driven

by C. E. Cardinal, owner of the Il1g_that he would make committee Gives for Signal
appointments in few Rear of Arcade 101J
Villa Nokomis Hotel In a collision a days. 4) &r1.erahop
at the Intersection of the He warned that only if those named t .. Opposite Post .
Trail and W. Venice Ave. Wednesday to the group do their work S150 Gift Fives Way j i Office

afternoon. Damage estimated properly and unless the majority Complete J
of the area'i businessmen ami For Trail Red Light ,: Modern ,
at $175 was sustained by
I private citizens contribute either Thanks to an anonymous donor Shoe N
the second car, a Chevrolet driven Repairing
by Theresa M. Todd of Bra- "work or pay" to chamber activities who this week gave the city 1150

denton Beach. Cardinal was going can the new directors accomplish for the purpose, Venice will probably Leather Work fiber:
anything.. "We've got to have a
stop-and-g traffic
north on the Trail and Miss Todd
was traveling east on W. VenicAve. have cooperation," be aid, "or signal at the intersection of the Also Polishing al''
when the collision occarred.4jt. .ewe'd might as well give up before Tamiami Trail and Venice! Ave In 01 I
we start." He disclosed that only, the near future.Application Frank C. Raebur as
49 firms and Individuals have for a light has been -We Make Sick Owner
joined the chamber this year as made to the State Road Department Shoes w ll" For Pickup and Delivery r
several times in the past, I'hone EBBS
'I compared to 11 last year, and an- IowaISO
.unceii that a membership campaign but has previously been refused Penn
would be started on the grounds that traffic; at this IIIIClelI.
4r a committee could be es named soon as to point was not heavy enough to =-I.I ,m/'l lW''Jh'' K.-.N,'N;::m,IN i'.:I.' . ... v| per,

r take charge of It. justify It.Police Thf t
Chief Hertcrt O. Han- .
( I; Other committees Include that will beset chey told< the city council Tuesday Your Neighbor V ethAn
Budget and Pinanc 1.
night, however, that a new survey
__which. _will.help raise u funds: had been made the ere vie us dav

QPP-'z I I allY fore icvicw they are an paid cimmoer; Civic DIMS, whi"1 oe- traffic He predicted has increased that it would greatly reveal mince : Will Be Just Like You vesd

will promote area interests .
by "I' the last survey and that It woull! it
curing better
TO GET THERE QIICKU I communication facilities trinsportatkn, laws ail and meet SRD Before requirement Someone KiIIl'dMa'or Ii If You Buy and Build In

regulations that will benefit business I tlrI i
I Louis Stiter also said,
I 1 ; Social, which will promote,that, even If the surveyva. not( '
GO BY AIR TAXI beautification! programs, enters frav\rablp he felt the city should
s i talnment programs and recreation install a light becaure the Intersection C VENETIAN GARDENS
facilities, and Advertising, which I Is "cloie to Kentucky Military I
will promote tourist, Industrialtmmerral
Whether jour purpose Is business ;I professional and nth or pleasure catchinga interests tchool zone." He also declared the A new, sensibly restricted subdivision for people of erect

train meeting an associate or Demanded bj :Member Intersection end "srmethirg was extremely I should hazardous be- I i moderate Ircumstanoes Located on the Tamiami Trail :'mc

seeing the races in another city( I The new bv-laws were drafted) done about It before someone gets four miles north of Venice opposite the famous Lxchee horn

our planes and pilots can by a committee headed by Robert killed I. Orchards. lor piN
get you there and back in a ',. S Baynard. president of the Venice ----- The

hurry. ,'I' Land Co. Other members were City CouncilContinued OFFERING FOR THE FIRST TIME =n
W. L. Miles, owner of the E. Patio tl 1 1I
Hotel, and Owner S, P.
Low Susnjxr Witaid
cost and comfortable, ( from Page One)
of theMomo Apts The by-lawn ,r
too. I that they replace were drawn upI Palmetto where such a plan is I LARGE 100 x 200 FT. (ABOUT }', ACRE) LON IMst
I In 1935 and were called 'complete. now in effect. Public Works Superintendent -'
Jy Inadequate for present conrtitlonV Victor Retty and Only $450 Easy Terms "Foy
Sample Trips 1 when reorganization of the Building Inspector Guy Curwood
chamber was voted by the men- have been asked to estimate the shoot
Fare bers last November.Tne cost of erecting a new building or All Utilities Available Excellent Soil rater
De t. Time l-lcayWane meeting was hel4 only six moving an old one to the city waterworks 10 Min. from Fishing Jetties Near Schools JDd 1&1 I
days after the new board of directors s rite for the purpose.
3 Miles from Public Beach Bus Transportation rnIII
Tampa 50: mill. ill officially took office. The At present the fire department
leaders were sworn In at a banquet Is at the former Venice Army AirBase Chum
Miami 1 hr. 50 min. Ml meeting held last Friday the police station Is In the See Exhibit Home Now Being Started Can Be the :
Orlando I hr. 10 min. night at the Venice Country Club Civic Center, the waterworks department into
til A total of 113 persons attended the It on E. Venice Ave. Bought At Great Savings and Finished By You
Tallahjksee far. 10 mill. H! banquet and it is understood other and the street department Is Instill Aft,
: reservations had to be turned another building. bring
M.' Pete SO min. SI? down because of lack of seating Consult H. N. VUMMERS, REALTOR line
:, space. The program Included brief >I" 1 With 1 1NA
To In Venetian Gardens
speeches by the new directors introduction p Buy Isnnsh
New Manager Take Over:
Air Toun of Venice Area ,, of noted guests, a review jj
of rrrriber aims bv Publicity At Gulfbreeze> Hotel r i II ion tI
Only 12 Director J. Leighton Cornwell, a "W'atch'The West Coast Grow" "n
speech by Publicity Director Al Edward A. (Sandy) St. Phillip, I
Ady cf the Sarasnta Chamber of, 39, formerly operator of the Bayg|
J&J AircraftAlbee Commerce, and several Island Hotel on Siesta Key, join- ,- FRANK V. DAVIES Owner and Developer axe ;
ment features. ed the Gulfbreeze Hotel here this tag at
Municipal Airport week as resident manager. He replaces -I iA, i' 1" h fir
PHONE 255 The annual convention Miss Lois Wigert, who has r antire.
Florida Press Auocation was held been in charge of the hotel since Iits .
at Mount Dora Nov. 26, 27, 28. opening out had resigned beI

.: . cause of ill health b cal
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I A native of Newark, N. J, the 4.r -r, ske
new manager graduated from
FOR YOURVALENTINE Princeton University in. 1934 and

\ I ,I stalled In the hotel business as a
kitchen help r in an Asbury Park ., .
nos elry He later worked for five
holiday Alhums bRing '
years as an advertising account
Crosby link Hajm 'ry executive for the McFadden Publications
Frankle Carle in New York City, then Vc
Also t spent four years In the U. S I
Army Air Forces as a flight Instructor -
Single Record The
and counter-espionage of

: AlphaMusic military service In 1945, and later Cieo.F
leaded and operated the Bay Is
Shop land He was in charge of tint Fre
: Brook & Bridle Club I n Wolfe- $
1 !lSI1 W.'eniee b"ro V n last summer Cl0sal.tf
' Ave. Opp. Rank) Phone 3651 II St. Phillip Is married and has

20 .' ,. .' 1 ., '. ,U l'. !III. /,. ," one daughter, Pamela, 2>2.HCREAFACT .

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$20.95 to $124.95And ,

SPECIAL While They Last!

. if Your Radio's Broken Pflueger Pal-o-mine "Calico Bill" b

"!:! We'll Repair It Quickly] and Economically PLUGS

VENICE, RADIO SERVICE The Perfect ,Bait for- Snook "

4 Pi lHfiN'"Y > .-
"Sick Radios Made Well In Venice"
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ttired.Publisher Civic Orchestra Edmondon Made Head Lost your Social Security Card" After the nations coal, oil and

Gets OK Of Area Dairy Group Want your pay! Don't delay get other
For natural
Civic resources are ex-
Of Illinois Paper Center PracticeThe George M a duplicate card Immediately at
Edmondson, president hauted, scientists will still be able
Venice Area Civic Orch- of the Venice-Nokomis Chamber the Social Security office at 309
estra will of Commerce and of to make substitute fuels and lubricants
rehear at the Edmondson Water Street
Civic| Tampa
Farms, employers
GondolierFoster Center Inc. Nokomis, was elected
joins every t 743 pm president of the Southwest will not hire you until they from trees provided
Monday for the rest of the Florida Dairymen '
winter. Assn Tuesday have seen your Social Security I there are any trees left Help pro-
night at
: a meeting in Sarasota,
/ to Help Speed The schedule was announced The association Is composed of 1 card, tect our forests!

by Paul Coldenstein, conductor milk producers in Sarasota and ''Iti1i il TI .. _____
I Job Work, Brie.y Says; after his request for Manatee counties, Its purpose Is 'V.8P /i1AVN.1QJl1JiJJlPN.1N.JlUIRECOMMENDED
use of
Place to Live building the to see that an adequate and safe!
Needs on
Monday supply of
evenings dairy products, will con- w
had been approved Tuesday tinue to be available in the BY DUNCAN HIVES
)wheat C. Foster former pub by area at
the Venice all times
of the weekly VillaLe -, City Council. Some
111, joined th a staff of the'Venice confusion was caused this week voted At Tuesdays to meeting' the group Cardinal's Villa Nokomis
rcorga 7c under
Gondolier this week to as- because another a new,
organization name, the
the paper In solving its print had also been Dairymen
lilt Assn
granted and to write
permission a new charter
M and other problem I to and net of HOTEL & COCKTAIL
use the center bv-laws The member LOUNGE
brings the staff of paper on the
He ,
Othersthe Include same night, but the council ale agreed to asset* themselves
four persons ac-
to a fraction of a cent for
sward K. Briley, mechanical su- tion should prevent further rmxlasTtJmn0nfCKhcUraJ of milk produced, each to raise gallon : Buffet Supper
Janet T Conovir,
: UPIo.TIle funds to further
pecietneditor the Interests of
and Pete S Con
and publisher.The Was organized producers In the two counties : Served Every Sunday Night
per, editor and now has 21 Other officers chosen were J, F, ,
addition should help the member.
ColdcMeln said, how. Blspham of Bay Side Dairy vice 7 to 9 pm.
Gondolier complete its Job printingorderi ; ever, that additional musicians president: and Marvin Hall a
on a much faster schedule were still needed to complete Sarasota Hairy farmer, secretary- I DINING ROOM OPEN DULY
In the the
thin has been possible past I organization Anyone who treasurer
according to Briley, who has been plays an 'Instrument and lives in I Rrt'iikfjst Lunch Dinni

,handling elf for several the department months. It by is him-hop. Venice, Englewood Nokomis, or Laurel any ,other OsPrey TilE :NEW I 8. (i a,ID. 1'!SO :i p,in. b:11) 8 i>.ni.

also eliminate of location! I ""
ICIlt, will some within commuting dish Venice
OK difficulties encountered 1 tance la eligible to Join I "Seadog"Its : Room Available Single,, Doubles and suites =h
letting the paper out on schedule, I ( Good to Eat !
Former :Mator-Postnuister WILL MAKE ITS I 5 For Kestrt B"orp buying the 'Villagrove The ,
65. stale account number that ap.1 APPEARANCE HERE e. 0"[ the Trail lit Dona hay NOKONlhI.a '
Foster was new*
sews pears on the I"
social ,i 0
security r ;.
editor of the Illinois State Jourul of SOON ;
every worker
at Springfield; postmaster of wage his I JlIUJj1rUllljJLN, 1'fNfffNrrf "Jtf. "i.
account The
Assumption lit, 111; mayor, and III, bank and and family amount Insurance rf retirement -j TAMIAMI rrlli ..:". . . NONE .:
director! Moweaqua that
may be pa\nhli Is set bv thU DAIRY BARS, Inc. ,
ru one of three new ernen picked account <1
Iron a IK of 200 to report sea I. "" .A .C 11I'

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kick shop' even when a publisher A \\ ; ..)

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ID. and educated in Illinois ::: (@i"d i :t I. a
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have two sons Herman J
pa Robert. both of them real -- : If she's someone pretty,
4 member of th +. I you'll want to remember
Church, the Knights of Ty'thins, r .
tit Elk, the Masons and the Vil- + I I I her with one of our

hjrove Country Club roit \ valentines! ,
looking for Mouse ,

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j>iday.Janie's February
Page Four ,

New arrival at the
"' #U4##" ## 4U"#"'" Trailer Park Venice Bay
to Hold are Mr. and Mrs
i Cancer Society M. Webb of Princeton D, H.
Jottings and Mrs George P. Weldon i of' On.

tarlo Calif. and

; By Janet T. Conover ;i! Disease ward of Richmond Charles, Kan, S. r4.

to Fight
& Gondolier Social Editor j I!

Graham French, viand president
treasurer of the Venice
"I still say Venice ia the nicest place In Florida." These were tm. try Club, .left Monday for Coun.
words used by Jack Hoyle to say he wa glad to be back, if only tot Former MarineTo new trip to Philadelphia, a bUll-
a month. Mr. Hoyle now a real estate broker in Brant Beach N. J, Seniors to Find Out expect to be gone about p. He
wa a salesman for -Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineer when wee .. three
the union first built our town back In 1926. In fact Mr. and Mr*. How Legislature Ticks
Hoyle spent their honeymoon in -- Call Games;

Venice. They had a farm of thcl' last week. They visited with Mr. Sometime during April when Point 0
own at the edge of town and he Yantz' brother-in-law and sister the Florida Legislature Is in session Palms

was the first president of the Venice Capt. and Mm. B. J. Williams ci Info Desk OpenA the senior class of the
Farmers Protective Assn. after KMI. Venice-Nokomis Nigh School will Weekly Guest List
the town collapsed In the depression .' trek to Tallahassee to find out
-0- Mr. A Mr. Victor
period. Mr. Hoyle said, what goes on at cur state senate Oppenhelm
he pops into town every couple of, daughter, who was born last Friday games and bridge party, fipon and house of representatives.The Woodbrldg. N. Y.
Mr. & M ,
years or so just to "watch it to their son and daughter-in- sored by the American Cancer So. trip will be made possible *. Wythrock

grow" perhaps he'll come back law. Capt. and Mrs. I.V.. Nealon clety for this area will be belt through the Venice Community Mr. & Mrs. Donald Hobart Anderson Inj,
t o' these La. Her name isIrene
to stay some one years. of Shreveport Feb. 16 at the Gulf Service Club. It will sponsor a
Another couple from Brent Beach, Katherine and she has a Wednesday. Valentine Diy dance on Monday, lencoe, IlL
Mr and Mrs. C. M. Hemmlg, were three-year-old sister, Lindis. breeze Hotel. day, Feb. 14, to raise money to Mr. & Mrs. Hartman
introduced to Venice four yeses -a- Vernon Beattie, former British send the 17 students to our state Columbia City, Ind.
ago by Mr. Hoyle and have been subject who served in the U. ). Mr. A Mrs. D. P. Evwd
wintering here ever since By the Other vacationist In the area Marines, will call the games. Tne capitol. Columbia City, Ind
way, Mr. Hyle participated in tht'dty' arc Miss Loretta Cook of Villa party U scheduled to start at The dance will be held at the Capt. W. R. Buffington
first Tarpon Tournament Park, 111., and Arthur Rocttga 3:30: p.m. Civic Center from 9 to 12 p.m.. Bristol R. 1
of Malverne, Long Island. N. Y. Johnny Edmondson and his orchestra Mr. & Mrs. J. J.
years ago and got a prize for There will be door prizes and : Stcgmaier
Valencia furnish music for the
the will
catching the first silver king from They are ttayirg at other "prizes galore," accordingto Lafayette, Ind.
the surf. He' still got his medal.0 Apt%. At Gulf Sands on Treasure Mrs. Charles McG. Roberts, dancing. A. T. Stevens
I 1
Mrs. A.
Island are Mr. and J.I
Terre Haute, Ind.
lieutenant commander of the local
Jaegar oOconomawac., Wis. And M. A Mrs. W. U
'I Cancer and chairman jf Lange
of fishing, four of tho Society
Speaking Nokomis, are
at the Orange Apts., >
an overnight trip to Okeesimmce I I I Mrs. Charles Upcroft and Mr. an-1 the party. V-N PTA to Mark Mr. &: Mrs. H. C. Surges Devon, T a.
an overnight trip to Okresimmiec' '. all Funds realized from the
Mr*. Albert H. \ -* Fatten, c party ;
Camp on Lake Okeechobee. The will be used to for Philadelphia, Pi.
Sterling, N. Y. help pay can Founders Day Mr. & Mrs. Felecounp
finny folk" were really cooperating cer research and education
say Lt. Col. Thomas Wood- I -0- throughout the country, with 60 Tampa, Fla.
yard, Capt. B. G. Williams Capt. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Holmes ofMyrtle per rent of it staying! In Florida. !, Members of the Venice-Noko W. R. Fletcher Darien Conn
John E. Puce and Sg. C. H. Gheo. Ave have at guest Mr.Holmes' A dance was held at the Civic mis Parent-Teacher Assn. will A. W. Larson &: Party'
Several "big ones" got away, but I brother-in-luw and sl- Center on Jan. 21 for the same celebrate national Founders Dayat Fall River Maw
plenty of others committed suicide I ter. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lock- purpose. their regular meeting next Chas. H. Rullppon
on their hooks, hart of Cleveland Ohio.0 Tuesday evening at the high West Union Is.
Contribution school. Mr. & Mr. F. L. King &: p'srtySumervllle
--o I Mrs. Roberts also announcedthis : Mass.
Miss Virginia Bowden will behome Friend cf Mr. and Mrs. J. D. week that members of the All past presidents of the local Mr. & Mrs. A. G. Austin
this weekend for a visit with Sebastian of Palm Haven Cottages Women's Missionary Union of the organization will be DeKalb, 111.
her folks Mr. and Mrs. H. S.Bowden .,\I dropped In to see them this week. First Baptist Church have made g acsts. Mrs. Wallace Norton, Sarasota Dr. & Mrs. D. A. Frankel
of Palermo PI. She is a ,' They were Dr. and Mrs. Ivan Boyer 20 or more pair cf scuffle to be president of Sarasota County Chicago, III.
student at Florida State Univcr. of Kittanning. Pa., who liked sent to cancer patienl The Wo PTA has also been Invited to John Peters & Party
city in Tallahassee.!! the looks of Venice so well they men's Society of Christian Service attend this meeting. Ocheyedan, Iowa
-o decided to stay awhile. They are rf the Venice-Nokomis Methodist Guest speaker will be Capt. Mr. A Mrs. L. C. Ralph
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred L. now at the Gulfbreeze where Dr. Church likewise have made many Owen Pillan of the Kentucky South Bend. Ind.
Long of Cleveland. Oho. who are< Boyer worked briefly when the bedjackets for the same purpose.In Military Institute. Capt N. C Mr. & Mr. Richard Konent
wintering In Englewood are Mr. late Dr. Fred Albee had the Florida addition, the Epiphany Cath- Hammack, also of KMI, will entertain .. Rochester, N. Y.
and Mrs. Howard A. Hunter ofAmbridge. I I Medical Center In the hot.1building. olic Church has donated moneyto with several piano selec & Mrs. C. DeFrehw
Pa. Mr. Long retired asi He was a student of Dr.. purchase materials for similar tions. /'fr. Elmira N. Y.
Ohio Division Passenger Agent of i I Albee while udyln his profession articles. Others are asked to make The executive committee of the J. L. Havalson
the New York Central Railroad. In New York. and give finished article to Mrs. PTA will hold a meeting at 8 p.m. Donaldsonville, Ca.
They like it *o much down hee| Roberts or leave them with Mrs. Monday at the Civic Center. Mr. & Mr. N. Carter
that they Intend to build and sei-| Vacallonlng at Morno' Apts., Anne Surls at the Venice Laundry. -.-- White Pigeon, Mich.
tie permanently.Mr. < \V. Venice Ave.. are Mr. end Mr*. Informations
-o-- R. R. Kane of Moorestown N. J., Cancer The annual rental paid by the John S. Avery New Port, N. H.

and Mrs. Al Gisler and theirs I and Mr. and Mrs. E. Terrela ofDover Mrs. Alpha Field, the society' Navy for leased properties ha Mr. & Mrs. G. P. Allendorph
director of Information for Sarasota
N. J. been reduced by' tl5.000.000
two chilrrtn. Marcia and Johnny., Chicago, HI.
County, was to have been at of World War II.
of Indianapolis, Ind., are vacationing > -o- the cancer Information desk at the the close Mr. & Mrs. Roy L. Hanes
at the Venczin Hotel. Mr .j; of Bristol. Wayne. Ind.
Dr James Semone Civic Center from 2 to 4 this af Fort
! Gisler and the youngsters will bn, Va., and his son and daughterinlaw. ternoon. The booth Is open each 2633 -Sarasota2529 Mr. & Mr*. F. W Boydston
t here through March, but Mr. G Mr. and Mrs. Victor E. Se. Friday, with Mrs. Robert or1 a Mobile, Ala.
can stay only a couple of weeks..) mones of Bristol, Tt-nn. ithe state member of her committee presentto Phones Mr. & Mr. E. F. Chase
lit is a graduate of KMI. tin? divides the town, arrived in provide pamphlets or other pub- New Port N. H.

-o Venice Saturday as guests of the lic Information about the disease. Ambulance Mr. & Mr. R. W. Wallace
Mr*. Gordon Olds cf Nassau St.' ductor't brother-in-law and sister. W. Hempstead N. Y.

has ai house guests for two weekil I Mr. and Mrs. M. Cou-ins. Mr. and -- Mr. &: Mrs. T. y, Tindall
Dr. and Mrs. John! Platt of My*., Mrs. Strr.ones left for the north on The first managed forest In the ServiceDay Duquesn pa.M. .

tic, Conn. Wednesday, but Dr. Semone will United States wa* a tract used to E.. Fatmar & Party
II Ftay down for a while. Mr. and produce charcoal for a blast fur or Night Ashland, F4-

Mr. anJ Mr .1. B. Hendrick 8nJ :\1... Cousin ron and daughter- nace at Old Salisbury, Conn., In Mr. A M*. Teach
daughter, 'liMile" of Louisville in-law, Mr. and Mr. James CousIns 1710.: Only the large trees were cut Prompt and CourteousROBARTSSHANNON Waukesha. Wise.
Ky., arrived In t."-" Mondry. TY-ev':: also drove up from Miami according to hlstoiical! records Mr A Mrs. Geo. R. Deaton
will be euext nt KMI for a few Wednesday for a vacation hereWith and the mail growth was left for Joliet IlL
weeks of Mrs. Hendrlck's sister..;! them was Miss Julia Cou.i- future operations. Similar practices A Mrs. Ralph Llnstrun
Mrs. C. E. Hcr'nin, and of Major, Ins who had been visiting her will help perpetuate Florida's Funeral Homer Mr. Youngstown Ohio
Hodgin. Arriving with them was; brother and sister-in-law In Mi : woodlands. Party
Miss Ann Hodgln the daughter of ami. Ed Lang pittsburgh, pa,
Major and Mrs. Hodgin. She will. -0.- I

be here for the wlntt-r. I I Mr. and Mrs. Otto VilUock of : Harry Llnatryoung tOWn. ohio

-0- Appleton. Wis., left Venice yesterday c & Mra. W. Jacobs Helen
Col. and Mrs. J. J. Xealon
Treasure Island have visiting then at Cousin' Guest House. AI, Klein
Mrs. Nealon's brother: OivindWlndlngland. I Mr. &: Mrs Miami, Fla

who from Oslo
came :
Norway to see them. Mr. Win \'F.ICF.11.1.: SOON HAVEA 1f O. A. Gl.ll A RedtBank, N. J.
dingiand has been to the States
before, but this Is nis first glimpseof New Cup R. H. Haxaill Uncolntnn, N- GJos.
Venice. V\e hope he likes Ithe'll --
of Coffee R. BI11b &: Family
be here for an Indefinite va Clearwater, F1a.
cation. By the way, Col and Mrs. I
Nealon had news of another arrival THAT WILL MAKE Mr. &: Mrl. Peter J. rropsonK'DOSha. Wisc.
this week a new granj0 : -, THE CITY FAMOUS

_. For Your'Valentine Mr. &: Mrl. Earl Kenosha A. Arent, Wlsc,

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Yantz and|I TAMIAMIDAIRY
daughter, Sally Ann. and Jack Mr & Mra. John HillA. Calif.Mr. ,
Fravert of Louisville, Ky., spent I BARS, Inc. GIVE HIM

t several day at the Veneiia Hotel Bishot Williamson I W. Va

t Mr. Mra. C. T. ,
[ r r IN A HURRY YOU! Vlsslla,
l PHONE 3461 Mr, &: Mra. Carll ePlainfield. N. J.

If No" Answer. Call 2955
John C. Walker
I} VENICE TAXI Nothing pleases a man more Longstee,

I U-DRIVE-IT CARS than to have his wife his girl friend or the other I Mr. & Mr. Kalman Brookline, Mass.
women In his life looking their best.
Mr. & Mr. K. R. Berggren Mast'
'----------- --- WE CAN Oxford,
_- ### #4'### eVtl"It'"'"t' MAKE YOU THE Houston
Mr. & Irs. P. S.
ANSWER TO Lem Kansas
( I
ENGLE'S TEA ROOMON Mr. A Mrs. Roy paleston Ohio
Game In for a complete beauty treatment or Just a hair

wave. Our work Is tops and our prices reasonable. .?, A Mrs. V-5-SJ
ENGLEWOOD srvdloaakl
I PHONE VENICE 2486 Mr. Mrs. Tnsephe ,VCD .
l' New
I : CHARM Mr. A Mrl. W. C. Posey Tenn
Beauty Salon Mr. A Mrs. qbarlel) campbeolhl10,

rf Luncheon 12-2 Dinner 5-30-8:30: TRDCIB LUCTLH
., ,

H SUNDAY DINNER HOURS UU1:3' $:M |:H. PHONE loiml Mil R }: Nokomis, Fla ,
.. m W. ATA.Ntrt .
r r > Wtattm.Upton yybeeiiof People

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February 4, 1949

t>..a ._..._.._,
I i HouseS "' ''S''
Local Residents i

S of new "--functlOBftT The Gondolier is a good buy
Ir, 11'11I be erected in Venice Help at Wedding at Higel's Row9

s recording to E. A. Beaudry, I
4. consulting engineer now Two area
residents Enlivens
at the Valencia Apts.for Saturday In the wedding participated Double Birthday GULF .
It were drawn up by of Miss Zula Mae ceremony
p Glass, Chicago delltperirchltect of W. W. Jones tt St. daughter TheatreVenice
who visited Beaudry and Carl F. Petersburg Guests Vote
son of tq Keep
at Mr.
and Phone 29t4
while the
a p reeks erto Rico ago to design on a hotel way Pete Mrs. Carl S. Pierce, also of St. Country Club Open Methodists to Try I ONE SHOW NIGHTLY

gambling casin Box Office Optus. 7:39
It udF7 and Aid the house would daughter They were of 'Mrs.Miss Alvin Mariam Smith, Venice A double birthday party at the Organ on SundayAn Shaw Starts 8:00
to Jones
of Country Club Matinee
aeries he
tilt first of a planseastruct Nokomis, who was maid of honor night provided last Saturday Sunday
In i a new housing de- at the the hosts and their Box: Office Opens 2:15
wedding pm.
; and 50 .
Jones guests with a hilarious organ concert of sacred musty
t. son of Mr. and Mrs. of evening will Show Starts S p. m.
Byron Jones, namateur" acting, be gWen at 4:30: Sunday
who acted as ring bearer. general entertainment. ana afternoon by the Rev. George C. Short Subjects Shown Before
I Th new Mrs. Pierce Is the sister Those being honored Gibson, chaplain at Florida Southern and After the Feature
of Alvin and Byron Jonc were Gra. College in Lakeland -0-
She ham French at the
attended the local high school here treasurer pr f Idoot and Vemloe-Nokomls Methodist Friday and Saturday _
before club and MM. Feb.
moving to St. Pete Churoh.
to complete TVinborne Olds.] Air
school her and education at the high marking his 68U birthday French, while was The instrument a Baldwin Eletronic .. "Spoilers of'the North"
The junior college there. Mrs. Olds better known as organ, is being brought to Passion and Action
double ring ceremony was "Pct." her 37th the church for" trial perform Starring
performed at the First Avenue ance ao the church
can decide
Methodist 'lIig..I' Kow' Skit Kelly Adrian BoothErln
I, Hortin. Church by Rev Paul R. The high point of the evening whether to purchase it. Askers

SAN ,a After the was a skit, "A Morning at Higel's Hcv. Mr. Gibson, who was pastor Also -
I left for a trip reception the couple' How" nut On by Mr. and Mr of the local church; for about News Cartoon MuKlraJ
They will make through their the state.I Harry Britton, Mr. and Mrs: three years daring the war, Is also Recording: "There's a Trata
I Gnlnen'ille"here home in French. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sebas organist of the Florida Meth- Out for Dreamlmd" und "Re
Mr. Picric !IR
nt. tian and MJ. and Mrs. J. Leighton dist Conference. He was pastor of Roses for a Blue Lady" ._
tending the
University of Florld.\. : Corn\voll. All a church in Mt. Dora before being
UR AUTOMATIC WASHERS I are resident of the .1 -- -.
Palm Haven Installed as chaplain at Southern Sunday and
[LAUNDRY WHILE HOU VU JT, Cottages, owned by MondayFeb.
OCHATWJrrVI OTHER LADIES New Library HoursNew Mrs. Clyde Higel. uollege. He and Mrs. Gibson will 6-T'
5M'IT106IMPoe SI2EAT/ The "play" was supposed to portray at Eagle Point. "The Inside Story'rThey're 'lI
hours for
the library at the a Rev. Mr. Gibson will also play
Venice Civic Center will be in ef. in the "peaceful" morning scene the organ at the church's morning I Your Kind of People- '
VENICE feet starting Monday and until action cottages., but the dialogueand worship service at 11 am. I with the Same Loves Dreans J
got o enthusiastic that
further notice.The and Ambitions!
It sounded more like New
ITUBATORIUMBfVDX librarv will he open on Eve in Joe's Sixth Avenue Tavern Army Officer to Tell Starring i.
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays I The "actors" Marsha Hunt, Guil PatrickWin.
from 10 am. until 12 noon: that it was a swore faithful afterward reproduction Women About WeavingThe laindigan, Chan Winnln I '
and on Tuesdays and Thursdays of their William Lundigair
daily confusion.
from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Venice-Nokomis Woman's Charles Wlnningcr ,
Book for the library are always Another hit of the evening was Club will have its bi-monthly Aino I
welcome and anyone wishing to the "rendition" of the "Sextet of luncheon meeting next Wednesdayat Latest N'WN and Cartoon
donate them may take them during Lucia dl Lammermoor" by six (or the Gulfbrecze Hotel. Recording: "The Three Tree*"
opening hours or rail 2381 to was It seven') members of the Guest speaker for the afternoon and "Missouri Waltt"Tiiei.
l have them picked up. party. They were accompanied by will be Col. John S. Fishback, a -n-
the "Singing 'Troubadour, a Sarasota .
retired Wed. Thum.
army officer who Is wintering *
7':.h a1 ra I. f I. was :.ae t man IS Man 1111- musician who also I'ntp.I"taln..d in Venice. Col. Fishback will Feb 8-9.10
during the dinner and laterin
talk to the group about weaving, "Miss Tatlock's Millions"A
For the the evening.
Discriminating DinerMacatee's
an art he learned while! hospitalized
Fortune In Fun-
Club to Stay Open
during World W.r Two. He
iI Those prl.'sent'otcd to support also teaches weaving during the With 4j
I a move to keep the club openI summer months at the Penland John Lund, Wanda HendH t ,
Restaurant :I every Thursday night for bridge School of Handicraft In Penland Barry Fitzgerald, Ilka Chow 1
and every Saturday night for MI S. C. Monty Dooley, Robert Stark '
.I informal party this winter. The luncheon will start at 1 Elizabeth Preston
Those interested In bridge or p.m. and all members and Also -
On the Trail nt Nokomis A Selected
other gemes are asked to get in are asked to make reservations
touch with Mrs. J. J. N<>alop, before 6 p.m. on Feb. 8. Recording ")(y Sleepy n..a.r
Phone No. 3860, to arrange for the Hostesses for the afternoon will) and "Far Away Place
\\ e feature a wIde variety of the Thursday night activities. Thoc be Mrs. L. H. Miller of Venice and Recordings Courtesy of
best in Sea Foods, Maine Lobster, interested in Saturday parties can Mrs. John A. Johnston of Noko- Alpha Music 6hop

Stone Crabs, Pompano, Frog Legs, make reservations by calling-theclub mis. I
or the chamber of commerce
\ :snrlmp, car. during the day.
Mr. French announc." that
Also Choice Western Roasts, .I while the club restaurant was being
closed ss an economy move. SPECIALISTS IN f
Steaks, Chops, Chicken.A 1 sandwich luncheons would be

available others. daily for golfer and HAIR TINTING HAIR BLEACHING n

La Carte Dinners Priced from $1.25 KMI Wetcriman MarriedMiss PERMANENT: WAVING ta


Also Our Table D'Hote Dinners from $1.50We R Opal Elizabeth Housman '
and Paul L. Crater, watchman at PALM BEAUTY SALONNext
the Kentucky Military Institute

strive to satisfy the most evicting appetite here, were married last Friday ( to Kentucky Military Institute
evening at the home of the bride'smother.
Mrs. Sallie Housman, In
Open 8:00 a, m. to 9:50 p. I'll Phone 28j3 Bradenton.The .

candlelight ceremony was :\.. Branch of
performed at 7 o'clock by Rev. R. DFLLA'S HAIRDRESSING SALON f

J. Tyler. A reception followed on Nantucket Island, Mass.
the large porch of Mrs. Housman's

WE HOPE YOU SLEEP WELL home.The couple left for a brief trip For Appointment' Phone 2971
of Florida. They
to: the east coast

ton will: make their home In Draden- I. !

i It would be much car and cheaper

'r for us if we delivered! > out milk

to your home before

would not have to shave, comb

V his half or have a clean shirt; the

Serving Every DarIn
truck would not have to be ,alnt(d.
Main Dining Room or Pool Patio

BUT Daytime Delivery Serves You Best


H delivered too early, milk would be out en your doorstep LUNCHEON -. 12 NOON 'TIL 2.30 P.M.
DINNER 5:30 P.M. 'TIL 9 P.M.
for several hours; it would not be ss -fresh when you got It. You

|' uld act tee your Milkman and benefit from hi. attention to COCKTAIL TIME onRoO Miaa4 P.M. TO 1 A.M.

Jinclsl I orders, And you would have trucks, with noisy tot- l Prr8ldtd Ovtr hy Best Drink :\lIun)

l"6*. disturbing rest
your Special Daily
.. .
So ''e deliver In daytime and .

Businessmen' Luncheon Only 85c
Complete 5-Course Dinners $1.25 to $2.50

Regular Home Delivery


:Sun Milk & Dairy Products
PHONE llet


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PUt Six VE.'UCE OONDOLI&t< 'Friday

Invasion Nears Collector Asks Help I ,
Legion Dinner MondayA Gasparilla TELL YOIR |'RIEXABOCT
Answering a plea from
dinner for members of the Mav'Ikrnet.'lhM'ya2A' fij '
YIy Holder, refuse collector for the ,

No-Vel Post American Legion, the city, the Venice City Council this Venin"lt: Easter
pests women's auxiliary and week asked that residents place
guests of both units will be held their refuse nearer to streets or And A Troplr.,1 l \,?,,???

.fit 8 pm Monday at the legionhall alleys used by Holder's trucks. In The Sprlnrr'
on E. Venice Ave. The collector had complained that Warm Gulf Bathing,
rkr the volume of refuse collection Fishing, Golf, Bowling
1-, 4Ti1Y had increased tremendously in recent Shuffleboard

weeks, and that household-I VENEZIA HOTEL
made his work more difficult
by placing their trash great dis-I I Mr. and Mrs Louis Suter, Host ts

fJp tances from streets or alleYI. I,

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Tamps today ts making final preparations for Its annual big
Ca.irar.Ita Pilate Festival which opens with the "invasion* of FOUR OF THEM.....
CURB SERVICEOR I'MI CUT by Jose Caspar and his band of buccaneers Feb. 7. The AND GOOD BRAKES!
TABLES "jnvtson," set for noon, will be followed by the triumphal parade The lest to
in which l 60 floats and 30 bands mil take pait Above is way pre-
I s view cf the pirate ship as it sailed up the HilUborougb River
bV to H.W! I last vis.1 Wi" the smoke of battle culling from the decks. pare for any event .

Kappelmann'sDrive and to relax when it's ILI

Dont lose your Social Security I
In benefits If you are 63, go to the Knutson Alarmed over is with a cool 11ti fit/f

OPEN 1 A.M TO 11 PM nearest Social Security office immediately -About Taxes ..
even though you we High drink prepared withJIM _
On The ?ij Mi,
Taini mil Trail .\0. of Venice not ready to retire, Find out wh l' i ill1
to do and when to do it so thi; Ex-Cingressman Harold Knut.
'- you won't lose money, on rf Minnesota who Is winteringin

Venice, was guest speaker of
the VeniceLions Club last nightas PONDER'SPACKAGE

VENICENOKOMISBANK the group held its weekly!
meeting fir the first time at thiCiilfbrcerc LIQUORS
Hftol WE WILL NOT S6 L.M'.5 Efl..S.II.t; ?
Knutson, author of the tax re- ViN E A.IIEI\IU" .. YENI( ,FO.,
i.ctlrn bill Introduced at the last
Congress session, spoke toe the 3fi
Liens and visitors who were present
on the topic 'Cost of Government
and Alarming Increase in For Your Florida Home .
Complete Government: Expenditure! and

Taxes." The only available waterfront lots In this CA, IMVB
__ Banking Facilities The former representatlce pointed .
C Don. nd
section with views overlooking both
out that high taxes "kill th'
incentive for better business anti Venice Bays.
Commercial Accounts prohibit small enterprises 1-", This is connectingland between Enchanted Isles! and
also urgpd that all citizens insist
Savings Accounts Point 0' Palms Estate, located on Sunrise Drive in
that needless government spend
Safety Deposit Roses ing and surplus government employees Nokomis. Lots are .restricted to minimums of 100 ft of
be eliminntcd waterfront and 200 ft. in depth. I
Jra\'(ler'" Check* Knutson further stated that: the High land; County Taxes only Riparian rig':ts

estimated wealth of our countryIs and Title Insured. Uniform setbacks to preserve the
$350 billions, but that about 1'?
per cent of this will go toward beauty of the views
"WE INVITE YOUR ACCOUNT" paying for the "cold war" in Germany REASONABLY PRICED
He declared this Is ororf oil!!
Only 1100 ft. available Sie your local broker 'it
that we should have insisted on
Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. the first road to Dcrlin at the E. G. ENGMANOwner
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; Hen Story Prize Winner I Auto Maker Settles Here ,

1/0. Coming up from Ft. Myers last
with Venice week, Mr. and Mrs. W, E. Patter. Really / I' you are buying or selling
Couple son of South Bend Ind., will real estate you will need ar
spend the remainder of the season Yours speedy, accurate service.
----- 1.1 N komls. They are taking over o
:nJ Writer Also -------- the Grill" part of Larry's Bar and *

I Grill. Mr. Patterson has been an Real estate has no value If
Guest of Wilsons engineer for the Studebaker Co
Help! Asked to Finish: for 26 years and Is now on a year's ti0lltY 0P the title Is not clear.

MrS Henry Varnum Poor, who Public Beach: Shelter leave. ZITLEIN5110.AKE *
kM written numerous plays, short Lot us explain Title Intiir-
and novels under her maid- Work on the picnic facilitiesat
onCe to you or be sure you have
name, Bessie Breuer, has been tho Nokomis
B Community
with i
Abstract Attorney'sopinion.
Venice for the past three Beach \ an
vliltlnf --
located at the
weeks as the guest of Mr. and Alboe Rd., of dio .
)fr.. William D. Wilson of 819 Island & .
'. Harbor Dr. ncaring romilction this! m "
A resident of New City N. Y. week. RepairOne I, Abstract Company"

The Is accompanied by Miss Bar TirTheufcl'fch dub 'irctary,
(uri Deming of the same town : Charles McO. Roberts an. I of Sarasota
Miss Deming is also a writer and nounced that the foundation and Day ServiceRadio I k
bas had poems and critical c.<- Concrete columns of the main Km J. prymon. 1'rcnlilrnl
says published In various mag.i- shelter are up and the well Is |In Phone .'omblmltiollsPortlI. ACCURACY ESTABLISHI'lil: KF.RVirfTKIFPIUINfiS :
lines. She I In now working on a All that remain to be done Is .. Radios 2U. Md 2161 Ill SIXTH STRFE1
.' book on the American film.! to put on the roof., Mrs. Robert, Auto Radios -
Mrs. Poor Is the wife of Henry Hald and anyone willing to help All Work Guaranteed
Varnum Poor, noted artlbt and with this work should get in -
; ceramist who has paintings In all touch with her.Construction SMITTY'SRADIO
principal museums of the U. S of picnic tables
(, and recently completed the murals a barbecue pit and other facil SERVICEMiami A Pleasanter Vacation
., let a new building of the Loul ities began last summer Many : A\e
rile Courier-Journal a newspaper picnickers and bathers have Next to Western Union
la Louisville. Ky. Her own work been enjoying the beach area I
Include t short story, "The Bracelet for several months. Phone 2003 WHEN YOU CAN GET
'of W vla Lea" which won the r .
0 Henrv Prize for the best short ,

story published In 1947. ="'. .!J: . ,,. Good Food
Among Mrs. Poor's other writ. F' . f . .

Ijigi were a play. "Sundown .
Beach," which was' produced on A TREAT FOR YOUR TASTE! In Comfort and
Broadway last fall; a bestsellingnovel
"Memory of Love," from Seafood from Ocean and Gulf H Without High CostOur
which a motion picture was made, .
and another novel. "The Da ug'1.
ter." whose locale was Marco Island : All Kinds ofDELICIOUS meals are guaranteed to entity
off the Coast of Collier and 'kctbook.
your palate your po< five usa
County In southwest Florida. rJ IIMI trial today!
Mrs Poor's daughter. Anne, and .
ion, Peter Varnum Poor are also ..
: In creative work. Miss Poors Is an andSCALLOPS Own| for
artist and has just '.'en awarded Rrrakfust Lunch DIIIIHT +t
tile Edwin Austin Abbey Fellow. OVSTEINHIil '7 am II a.m. II n.m. 2 p.m. 5. A p.m.
skip for mural study abroad
Peter Is a member rf the Wlllard
Picture. unit, that In making air. ll' um"nns &lob The Palm Grill
force films at MncDill Field, .k
.Tampa n'RABS
Mrs. Poor and Miss nemlng will ,. \V. Venice Ave, at the Trail
leave Venice this weekend. I 1'r-h Dully It \

Although the Naw's submarine { vow
service hud leas than two per cent l
of the total Navy personnel, the : Low Prices to Seafood Lovers 6 J
sank two-thirds
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01 all Junanes ships accounted for -
War C'listoinerH on :\IOlldll)". Wednesdays and I'ridini _
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Eieht Editorials VENICE GONDOLIER Friday, February 4. 1k9
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Published every FrHay. Editorial and business office. 313 West

Venice Avenue, Venice. Florida. P. O. Box 632. Phone, Venice S1S1.
the Editor

Entered as second-class matter June 6, 194, at the pod allies Venice GondolierAn

at Waic, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879. #71tt e1rJf AMA"'"? article In your paper, !last
roe rv7s-a cep a Nor waststatt
week I think, gave the
pot AO melee owrevyAt Impression
Mot ,
MEMBER FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION 4ehQ1K ARr yuNile? that it wu all settled that the
abAaA1EA (West Coast Inland Waterway,
Subscription rarest On year $$2.50 six month, $1.50 three canal would run through the resl.
months, 75c. Classified advertising rater 2 cents per word, frat 20 d dentlal area of vealce.
word; I cent per word for each additional word. This I am certain will be dUaitroua -
for the future of Venice fora

PETE S. CONOVER ....................... ......... ..... ..._... Editor and Publisher number of reasons. First of
these Is that It will
JANET T. CONOVEB ....................................................... Office Manager cut Venire oft
from Its beach, which I U one of Its
HOWARD K. BRILEY............ ......................... ......... Shop Foreman principal attraction The other

towns along the west coast, with
'AN WO giWWW't
the exception of Naples I
+teas As a CW believe,
The Chamber DinnerThose 11 t mu It u ftevis J "sitosd.SNOtItarKe must travel a considerable distance
(Os7hL, rYaaeISea Wa M 70 Hieree to take a swim.

who believe In the future of Venice received considerable eiasmalrhpt 1s?1llooosares A bridge must be built across
eososrrst, aiaas aiss.rwsBIIT AM Af Pcaiao'QSM the canal whether It Is 500 feet
encouragement from last Friday's annual banquet of the Venice-No- rraroeswraasrsasdteatasuar "1#
from the Gulf
eewaltM etaaw ertlata.V Smote A lice V 9111 ",....CR 000117 or out on the high
komls Chamber of Commerce.The n" a'w ImPrOtA 0 OVA" aK Ise aMraeYl/bestade way. The same bridge will answer
most Important thing about the occasion, of course. was thatit ws,NO a ,/ the purpose no matter where It Is

marked the official beginning of the terms of the organization's new located. Also who wants to live
near the waterfront along
five-man board of directors.
ship canal. I don't and certainly
Hopes have been high since last November, when the general FROM THE BARRACKS other people feel as I do. Also

membership of the chamber forced reorganization of the board so as there la an Inside passage to VenIce

te cut the number of directors to five from Its former unwieldy 15. Cadets 'Cram' for Exams now from Tampa. Extending
south will only take boats through
member size.
Laud Venice Community Spirit Venice to some other town.
Until now, however, the new directors had no official standing and I think Venice should refuse tallow

could only meet Informally and lay plans for activities to be Inaugurated Editor's Note Tri* apace, usually occupied by Rn_U Kay another d the town to be used as s

after they took office. So It Is a relelf to have the way finally columnists, will bv turned over t. cadet of the Kentucky Military ) convenience for other localities.If >.

clear for them to go into action. Institute. during, the schooT stay here The writers may change Venice raises enough Hell tbywon't
do It. .
For the benefit of those who have not followed previous reports frequently, but we believe all will help give Venetian a better Inklght PENNSYLVANIAN,

on chamber developments, It may be well to repeat the name* of thee into the activities of'the KMI corps.) (Editor's Note: We have not yet

director They are George Edmondson, owner of the Edmondson decided for or against the canal's

Farms Land-O-Sun Dairy In Nokomis; A. B. Hider owner of the Gulf By CADET LEE HARTER proposed route. But we admit
breeze Hotel and the Stone Groves In Venice; George Devlin, owner ofDevlin' You all know that during KMI's first dress parade Jan. 16, thmarching e there Is a lot to be said for the
was given an extra punch and precision by the beat of our points raised by the above writer
Nokomis Garage: J. T. Blalock, vice president of the Venice. big bass drum. But did you notice that, just as the band was passing and by Dr. Austin Flint last wl.'ek.l0 )

Nokomis Bank, and M. A. Braswell Venice's city attorney. in review, the beat suddenly stopped? -

What results these men will achieve Is something that, needless Well: it did. .What happened was that the drumhead broke and To the editor

to say, no one can preaicc. mere ire KO many uncertain tactors in orumaciCK went rigor tnrougn inv Venice Gondolier
bole and rolled around inside. Subject Electric Rates In Ven
the economy of a tourist state that even seers with crystal' balls can squad.
About that time the drummer,
hardly foresee the future with I Rifle Firing ice.Would
accuracy.At who happened to be this writer, Capt. Evans is also the coach of like someone to explain
the same time, each of the new directors has proven by his was wishing he could climb In and the rifle team, which has been to me why commercial rates on

past record In private business that he possesses unusal imagination, disappear from sight too. But he'firing for the William Randolph electricity are so much higher than

enthusiasm and ambition. Hence' It seems certain that they will at finally got the stick out by frantically -,' Hearst tronhy! since arriving in residential rates.
fishing through the skins In other words, the commercialuser
least not let their activities degenerate Into the "do nothing" debating Venice. Tne firing will be over on
; with his arm, and then picked up I i of electricity pays a. higher
club level that the general membership seemed to feel prevailed In thebeat agan and continued it Feb. 12 and we hope KMI gets a rate per K.W. hour than a resident .
top spot, if not the trophy Itself.
the past. through the rest of the parade Inter-collegiate competition will that may use very little elec.
with his left hand.
SALES 'KNOW HOW also be over by Feb. 19. tricity.
Not beats I do not think the rates are too
many were missed, of
Furthermore two of the KMI ha Bits third
new directors
Edmondson service
and Hider vesper
course, but it seemed like an eterI high in Sarasota County, but io:
have had considerable experience In "big time" salesmanship and I I nity to yours truly. The drum has morning of the Florida with term last Sunday not think the large user should
Capt. Garner
sales promotion work and the others have had It on a smaller scale.! )I been repaired since then and will t ll giving a talk entitled Row."The pay a higher rate.
This be the oe ready for the next dress How could a small manufacturer
may most Important factor of all, for sales "know parade Greatest Business in the World..
how" this Sunday. It will start at locate In this part of the count
Is the essence of chamber of The entire
work. cadet
commerce Without It, the corps also attended -
4:15 p.m. one hour later and pay a premium because he i is
best Intentions and hardest work in the world will evening services at the First
accomplish nothing, than the last one and everyoneIs using the power for business purposes
just as good intentions and hard work will not build safe bridges nor Invited to come and watch the and Eaptit Church last Sunday night Instead of In his home.

fast airplanes unless guided by sound engineering principles.The performance.Other. Venice.was given another welcome to Sincerely yours

atmosphere at the banquet seemed to reflect a general knowledge Parades Still thinking of the exams JIM PONDER
Those who like to watch marching tq i Editor' Note: An explanation
of these fatten rome and of
and to show confidence In the future. The those just finished
should also remember that Better has been requested from local representatives
turnout alone Is proof of this statement 115 attended and others there is a retreat parade every us luck get! at that studying. Wish of the Florid Power

had to be turned away for lack of seating space. In addition, there Thursday afternoon at 5:49.: Some Co. It .will .be published when and

was an air of general optimism 1 that had not been noted by the Gondolier thing new has been added, too, to if receIVl4.)
in many months.ctiutwiMid the dally afternoon drill that always ---0-

"' .1-.. _>____\.___ ..._ .. attracts some soectatora. Editor
u. v vaa vBfcuiajiviiuuuiagmg, for it rvrucd CO Loud speakers have been set up :WeO"c Venice Newspaper
promise that the general public will cooperate with whatever worthwhile un the parade grounds ana musicIs Venice, Florida

programs the new directors present. That Is vital, for It Wall played (marches, naturally) by Dear Sir: .
lack of support that crippled many of the worthwhile projects that means of phonograph records. The } I see by the Sarasota Herald.Tribune
the former directors tried to initiate. result U a great improvement In # that your city is Jammed
the step and movements of the and crowded. I got fix old auto
We won't try to determine whether the former lack of support corps. on my Junk pile that Is still fitted

was justified. We can only point out that only if every area business. Except for parade and drill time, to sleep In and could you all teU
man and resident does his share financially and through active Incidentally, most of the cadets Presented! by Your note how much rent they Is paying
won't be Local Physicians In Venice for old autos to sleep In
participation In chamber projects can results be seen much this week. Dr. ,
accomplished that T. S. Thompson
Reason Tours drooly.
will help us all. The- director can only point .the way. I Is that' and-mid-year'meat of exams us are arcbeing''given Dr. James E. Blades UPPEN ATTEMEdl'cr's" .

busy trying to learn In a week ( Note: Could someoiwbe
Special Tribute what our teachers have beer. try The Unitarian service commit pulling Mayor Sutcr' leg?)

ing to get Into our heads for the tee oPerates hospitals, clinics, rest --0--

While on the subject of the chamber of commerce, the Gondolier past four months. Doesn't leave homes and other facilities at strategic Publisher
much time for gadding about. points throughout Venice Gondolier
Europe. It
wishes to pay tpeci.il! tribute to J. Leighton (Count Win
) Cornwell, Its pub Game last discovered' that medical men in the Enclosed Is check for $2.50.
licity director for the last two months. On the sports front, KMI lost IU N'sil-occupled countries did not you please renew my subscription

Not only I does he deserve a big hand for contributing his services basketball game last Friday to know how to use the new know. for one year? for

gratis to the community for $I a year. If we must be exact but Florida Military Academy of St. ledge because they bad been unable My earlier subscription expected was
he has single-handed Initiated more projects and Petersburg. The game, held In the to communicate three month .
programs In the afternoon their to M In Venice earlY In
last few weeks than most chambers havein a was a very exciting one. American counterpart for will preventJanuary.Outgoing
year.A KMI was ahead at the half but many My alater's Illness
partial Hat of Cornwell' activities Includes: conducting an FMA had the edge at the end of yean. As a result a medical million I to' Florida this year.much

essay contest at the, Venice-Nokomis High School to arouse Interest the quarters and emerged victor plan took form. A European May I tell you how verywe
in chamber activities ious at the game's end with a one country must ask through Its lMd> have all enjoyed your paper
among our citizens .
younger ;; compiling a business Venice'r paperwe
point lead The medical practictloners It la by far the
score was 37 to 38. teach belt a
directory, still in pa: &Inaugurating a businessmen's courtesy Three' more games were scheduled ers and public health officials for have seen 1. really

contest; Inaugurating the policy of answering all queries about the to be played this week. We the assistance of a mission The newspaper.

city In 24 hours, and sending copies of the queries to hotelmen or other hope the Kaydets return to the service committee organize 4 : MARTMORRISSET Sincerely

business firm that might be concerned; inviting Gen. Omar Bradley win column in all three. "team" of American experts in tM Brookline JaIII.tdltot' .
to visit here and sponsor a golf tournament Tennis play Is also well underway various medical specialties of fan- Comment
; helping a Life photographer I and the word from Capt. mediate Note: IVs
j, arrange for pictures of former U. S. Rep. Harold Knutson; Evans tennis coach, Is very encour..IJlr. Expense Interest to that country, these are greatly JlPpreclated.real.
sponsoring and paying for a Christmas party for Negro children; The team thla'year will are paid by the service refer them to those who not WOll'
3 handling publicity for the American Legion resuscitator drive writ. I I be made up mainly of last year's committee out of private eontrlbif zing the problems Involved. the
; tions. maintain
Junior vanity, since alf of the var- The team appear la thai der why we cannot
Jug to the Cleveland Indian to Invite achedolehoeit
the team to '
winter countl'
) leading II'H 'isf"pune'tetlen
fh city player graduated last spring. medical qe name
quarter here: making all preparation for last Friday's banquet. and I The coach sayshis proteges are and In meeting of practlctioneM u the New York Time)

sponsoring tonight's bandshell rededicatlon. I coming along fine and that he expects to describe, discus, display arid Newton ....anaf.o.iklwub. '
* perry
Not all of these project have been successful, of course, and some to develop a very good demonstrate eta new tool, We& .. 9Q rIa,i. Florld.-

are still to be completed. Nevertheless It is an imposing list of activities oqluei and treatrhenta---. let I............ .... cJe ftrstlwd

for any one man to undertake la so brief a' time, a d'Iaat'I'rIdq The Ag ..nderfuoowIfIt'

y. turnout was at lead part1all, due to the Interest h'ls";ttort*' Piave created ant to the humorous attorney put federal tt It of 1*the that United1 CorBweU' State, a former lIje 1al' attbfc I .,.... df '. jote.a'n. tf'tel "
: ttn'lh.ttr' ad It ttttea
Venice i theoretically TeUrfcr
indeed fortunate to have a man of such unbounded from Coke ot
l public life because of Ill health *Ink bottle of
over two god
, and talent yean ago. B* came to to
: energy willing to devote his effort to welfare. comllll
community Venice what' more, to "rest" and recuperate.- JOM eat ... fattatis ,,
:ViJ& < .'. *' ia'jriAt >* AJ! .rpA... v..r.AJ\x7"sat) J 1 111MINi.
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modern apartment or small
DOE. pAd... Phone 1111. n.d.SEND a Valentino rreetinr on a 1'...,.
Sing Play 0. Talk. Alpha Music WELL ESTABLISHED imal .\. WATER Frnntare. Over 1000 feet A COMPLETE
wANTED TO BUY Shop able ness. on Bo main 87, Venire object of V..nlra. R........ beautiful Lemon II.,. All Improved. two on
HAULING 111I"_. private boat harbor. Approximately REAL ESTATE SERVICE
"ALL modern home. Most he rca work..L Muck, rill dirt, cop teacting.: UFED 7 1-J acres. Priced richt. Hem 87.
141, Venic. Fla. I, sand. FURNITURE of
Writs Boll Pete Edge. Phone 2812. .n klndl. V.n. Venice Fla.BUSINESS.
bstbs and full Infornason.I Ice 'Heading Post ::n W. Miami Av.. .. -. Bales Rutat
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$ (1ATION WANTED either Venice brick 137t.CONClU"E.or block work' call J..K' HllltEart FISHING TACKLE and Marine ... Clime In, 'I M. Phone or write Covering the PORT MYEKU AREA And,
pile Sup. C. Gladstone Bell, 8n. Park ..... all of .
and wife would like b, a fisherman who known hoi Oreaj. A SOUTHWEST FLORIDA Mowt *-
5 OllED Man business. Pla.ll. Lakeland Fla.DESIRABLE. homes to beautiful riverfront aate.U.- iI
furnish references WORk An Boat &
butlrrl can ; and lporkln. Louis Equipment .
sd Cu.. Coastal locations including Improved j
Adorlan. on tae
driver's Keen- Writ or call Phone Venice 2665. Trail match end of No\nml. and
yn Rt. 8. 88! Orange Ave.. 1611. SELECTION of business unimproved uopioal lulandt, bear .
prupertka. fiThlni buiineai.opportunity
gFb.. Cottrell '84 FORD FoH..r aedan. First 1100.00 and residential .1... In city of Venice and Income lodiie ..,tup.. Incrust.Ing )
;>.ul Nave token It. Phone 8152. by owner. If Interested, suggest you investigate
e led for little lurnins, brawn P.D.Q SIiPTIC TANK CLEANING Addr.... Box 88. Venic. Fla motor courts trailer campi hetcta.
Modern Operating ranches, forms and stoves .
W M. Brecbbill, Box 11, Nola. nteed.. Phone ParaioU""""""1.220"t- Work roan GRAND NEW l.rre Wertlnrtoi.. Lane and small tracts of land A.
1. or Venice Fleeing Automatic Ftove never u.ed Owl LOST complete rental service Send for fm*
REPAIRING Lawn tnm...., .10..... IMS win sell for $w. See Ins w'j.ln. descriptive. folders and maaa of this ,.....
Mal lIoa.
rr Lemon
lIov .
washing Seafood
sewing machines .harimnnx Marked Enidewond. ONE BARRING, paid circlet with
flCK RELIEF FROM saws and tool. c A. Lamb off the Phon. 3 311.i.FOOT pearls. Phone 8131. P.ewaard.
Trail at Snuff Harbor. In"j"; ; JEFFCOTT REALTY INVESTMENTS
motor boat Good
of DlstressArlsl9ngitmasOMACH
i NOKOMIS Rnldeni interested li. condltkig. 1250.00. Phone Venice 2056.f 147 First Strut Fort Mrcra, Florida
ULCERS having your vrrhapenlireted regularly!
Call Calvin Holler at 3771. fO'l'(100nR Good condition s s e "Everylhmj In Real E.Ute"
EXCESS ACID good prlc. Phone '111\\. Milton MikeMI

T.Asof MewSTnahsonttMt see FOR Venice ALL Tile KINDS Co. Office of floor on W.IOO.rlnl.Mum BAY. BOAT ft-;: ;lubuard.; 1:;!;.. Both the USUAL and UNUSUAL f

$ ?n win Cost YM ttotMtv Ave. Or call Barry V.'imlii.h at 23. (2UO.HU.riyiri. Excellent Phone H417.OlUnS rxnditicn.. Bargain .t too1va (-ROOM HOUSE frame PODltrud;.... /.
with seven lots In Nukomii. 12.5(10. Ab
"tine illlon bottles of the WILLAB* The Investment in Florida'I deluxe 16 ft. skiff with 10 Jurors corner lot In Bay Point. Telepbesoo !
cold rot relief of h.p.
OT ofdltnaa ban been arl oii Cron ttannialI woodlands and mlllb total more On"... forward dock locker, lived little. 4 0y00er,4 M,... J. II, Kelly at !*>8l fur tnforntkm. *. l Ii. ,\

filters due to fauna AcM- than 375000000. or about $850 fur I rr.kept Venice well pmv I35S. head and complete cov- 0000 I I'l
floe or Upset tomcda,
(lletetMs each family of five in the state
Heartburn. uspt..esss', ens. 1946 SUPER Dvln.. Ford station wax.oni Jsd ROOFING ;
MuMaA< Sold on IB day trial
\ privately owned, motor and body like .
pto miar"t MMMT. which fully new. The Anchorage, Nokumii. Phone I sit 0I Roof Work of All Kinds 1. 'it

Ihis uVALMaat-bae'-ee 336S. ; NEW.OVELINESS 'l ALVIN P. JONES 1;;

ICE RECALL STORE I TAKE YOU PICK 120. Any new & Phone: Bus. 2873 Home 2981 j
1 ridio. Display model Regularly 127.50 to ,. ,
QeeA: .'1. rII ; 139.05.. Alpha Music Shop. s \

I PAYMASTER Ch..k.prol..to.1 new THE NEW BLUE
.nd.ton. 125.00 Phone 671. FOR QUICK. RELIABLE
SMALL Cabin ..rulor,. Price 1600.00. SERVICE, CALL
Apply I'earnon Lodre. For Conservative Women

V LIONS CLUB On Safe et Mat Cosmetic Counters VenicePlumbing {

Meet Every Thursday Eveningat FOR RENT LATHERS IN HARD WATER ShopBo .'

6:30 o'clock at S-ROOM APARTMENT In \ 14 Venice Phone *S IS! R
:I for 'Til May .
Gulfbreete Hotel 15 .2 .OO. Villa Eliza
beth .n Albee Rd. Phon. 8O2.

I OUR HANDS : I LEGAL NOTICES Close Saturdays at One i ,

MamaBBBBB Wa aBBBBBBBBBB.B aW d : "Bear" for Saving IV" IRE ClttO'IT COURT OF THE

, 'I Power Tools enable me to CARL FOR 8ARASOT4 IN" CHANCERY COUNTY H. N. WIMMERS Realtor
|twnl Auto
I Omplrte Brake Repairs Service 2| do your *work faster better, OIlENDOIF. husband and wife Plaintiff, n al PENINSULAR TELEPHONE: CO.

Front End Aligning P cheaper. ,... FLORIDA POWER: AND LlGJlTWFSJ'ERN
Lubrication B.L.E. REALTY CORP. rt al, UNION
Stindard Oil Products | DefendantsCase
NI1\lj ,05I
o Oriskr Products Service ajI l WALT i j I SI'MMOSS Western Union Open en Sunday and Holiday 11 to 12 a.m.
;i I For and Delivery Service |I All I persons claiming 1 1 any estate, rl"lot.I .
H. title, or interest In, or lies upon the
i real pn>|x.-rty herein described, or any 4tffffffffffffftt* ttttttttttttttttttt ttttttt*$
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CHARGE LESSDevlin's | Defendants CrKtiniHlYnu 'H '
are hereby i.olified that a pro.twding :"
s Grove Lands :s
to quirt till. has been brought : Orange
in the Circuit Court for Sarasota Conn
of ty. Florida, against all persons claiming *
I estate, right title or Interest In, i>r .44.
We have available: select cf the best
) I Horn*! Bout Jot'k" lien upon. the followlnr described real a acreage orange grove K Job*

" okomis Garage | Cottages Sea Wall. property>.' situate! In Saratnta Onipty.Fk 'rid: soil in south Florida Warm ridge land high, well drained *

) Concrete Work 8.i."o"the 91.2 of the NW 1-4 of Mfr
the NW \.. of Section 8, Township S\. cleared and ready to set to trees.
I ftr Trailo.. NokomU* South. Range II Ea.t. Sarasota Coun H wHt-
ii Ret idence Phone ty. Florida 'H Orange Tree Set in February Will Make u Bearing Grove JJ
Also In 3Yearn. f:
PHONE Z681 i UI Kay Ft, NokomU Venice 2321 S 1-2 of the NW 1.4 of the N\V 1-4 + 6W.H
of the NW 1.4 of Section 8. Township .
located in Lemon Englewood district
This land Bay on tf
I MB; ,. "v'. h. mi I County 1o South Florida' Range, 19 East Sarasota ::1: paved highway, only 1 mile from Gulf. Light, Power and Tele- |K44 :

and you are hereby required to file with phone available. Fine location for winter home. A local man n. y :

1Iitisfied Customers Build OurBusiness" the Clerk of pernorvil laid Court or your by attorney written) appearance In :*:: will set trees and care for them during your absence if help I

[ said proeeedlnir! on or Before the lint :: Is desired. lie'. 'I"
d dRY of February AD. 1949. und thereAfter 4I 4.Bartlett's J
' hi file with sold Clerk visor wl it- :; TO INVESTIGATE STOP AT ** :
: [ ten defenses. If any to the Pill! of Complaint -
at the limes precrlbrd by law Office
u. et therein wtllnir up the estate ri"ht, titleor
t'In I Intent In or II.n upon the abovedcwriheil 44 KIN -

LET US SERVE YOU H,-.In fail pn.perty not or Judgment claimed will by be y.m.ranterm ::: OLD CHAMBER OF CO.M.MtKCR BLUG. {M '

AV ln-t you by lt. VENICE. FLORIDA lie I
WITH OUR WITNESS my D'lrl.a-d the Ml ,.f It- '
1. COMPLETE LINE OF aid Court at Rara...... YI .rl.'". this 1'i,a Let BARTLETT show you choice location. nt Englewood for :: '

day of January.1919.'V.. 4. WYNVEcSEALI 'H your wintej home with a little orange grove. One acre or 100 lie

As Clerk ee the .H low prices S years to pay. :: ,
al-we o0od rain.fly 44 *
Paint Hardware 1-REP-N KVATPP..puiy .14
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M. A. Braswell.Atty. .

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Pare Ten VENICE OONDOIJER Friday, February

I I Dyseven Wins Iron Man' ThI

I V-N and KMI Win, Lose Drops last Matches : from Venice Furniture f

ty. Tavern doing, iikewia,4 S
But Defeats AponeTony ... 1 Englewood Merchants, to

I Dyseven. Venice "Iron wood of Smltty. had .Guy

Local Man Gets 'Chucked i Sarasota Whips man" bowler, emerged triumphant' high high: series.single honors and 232 561

from the final round of a 20- 'B'
I Lragiin,"
Indians They I game challenge series with Nick Upsets were in order eis

On Chin by Babe DidricksonNearly Apone of Sarasota last Sunday the M n'mighty. "B" League Edmondscn Monday In
night at the Bowlakade.: Farina

any professional athlete Drop Punta GordaAfter Dyneven actually .lipped back 1 I:I Green'relation Fuel dropping, and Venice a coup R,

in the country today can report I his wife journeyed to Sarasota during the second 10 games of the I losing two to J & J Aircraft
having been "trimmed" at one last week to watch the "Babe" series, since Apone .cored. pins high game and high series ho
losing a matinee the local man duringthe I were taken by H. P.
another "B ibe" Did- game more than (Kirks
time or by < put on an exhibition golf match kendall
to the Sarasota Iii Sailors Monday evening Thanks to an 80-pin the o'uell'lI, who b
rick son Zachariax! the fabulous and while walking from tee to tel 1M single and 852
woman baseball player, track stir I became separated In the galleryof In Sarasota, the Venlce-Nok.1 lead that the Venetian piled up In In the Women' League set

goiter, etc. But a local man Is I BOO people nus High School Indian recover.smothering Sarasota last week, however, he nesday Smitty' Tavern on I
ed of glory by
probably the only one whom she Mrs. S. lays she's not sure Just Punta Gorda Tuesday nightIn took the contest by a margin of kept the lead l they won by br
has gently chucked" under the 1 I what happened: after that. But the Kentucky Military Institute 66 pins. Ing a tie with the Venice Ell'
she reached the next tf'te.. I total for the 20 was week The II
'h.n: in the course of a sports as gym here. His game gals took two
I games from
a\ent watch the star drive, she found The Venice team, which romp. 3824 while Apone'l81 3758. 1 Texaco.: The Electrics also Dr
The mm Is Jack Sebastian .,1 Jack being chucked on the chin I cd over the Sarasota HI "B" squad Partial Kneiiice couple from the "K" Club w b
resident of the Phlni Haven Cottages by the golfer Mr. Sebastian's on Jan. 4, failed to click against. Apone got at least partial revenge was not enough to put them i
on the Inlet Kd. Jack and story Is that as he was "innocently" the nearby city' varsity, VeNo.HI' during the night when he on top. Marie Tfr.ff. of the
usual top scorer Harry La.1'Ius. tries, got all honors
with |
there hopingto
standing on the- Babe'sgolfing was able to pile lip only: eight and Perm McCaw, another Sara- I single:: and 414 8f'rles.Merchant' i
ret some points while the Sailor: Bucky solan, defeated Dyseven and Joe Lfrfruc
I she spottedhim l play
technique -
Fishing's Herring accounted for 20. Jossart of Venice In a three game '
night saw the Venice
grabbed his firm chin In her Dppart
The final score wm 52 to 22 match. The cut-of-towner. repeat. 'I Store win two front
hand and said "Bey. you got a the Bo
Here chin Just like mine. How'd you one of the worst rcuts that the ed their victory Wednesday night, kade, while PDQ Service .
like It full of nlcklos?" local boys have suffered this year drubbing the localites by a 1M- three from Hodpins RefrigeraJ
It was their fourth defeat since pin margin In a five-game matchat High of 201 '
His answer If any, Is not known. game went to 1
the season darted, with Naples the Sarasota Bowladrome. Nave of PDQ and high jew,
accounting for two and KMI A final round between the same John Shockcy of the Depart
The acid or sulphite process of' third of their other unhappy thC'1 contestants will be rolled here I Store.
converting Wood into pulp discovered nings. this Sunday night. Two Sarasota '
SA In 1488 by an American, Benjamin I Fight Early i ABC squads will also fight it out pi 0 0 0 111 5 10(1es I
C. Tilghman is In use in In ihc game against Punta Gor ''at the Bowlakade Sunday night,
Florida today. It is an importantstep ,I da the chastened Redskins begin coming here so as to be on a neu-
I in making the better gradesof r fighting early and never let up. tral alley.
I wood pulp paper. Lanlus got back in his stride All-Stunt Lose I'i
.1 i I with eight buckets and two char The Venice "All-Stars" had 1\
ity tosses for a total of IS paints bad night in the Sarasota All-Star
TARPONCENTER t Ralph Adrian watched all but n League Wednesday, dropping two l frish
i couple of minute of the play games to Central Watch and slip-
I from the sidelines-due to a cold ping out of the pace-setting spot
and "Hawkshaw" Stephens had they had held for several wtek .
s the job of controlling the backboards In the local Men's League com That's what you jet whi
Tide Tables you deal with us becau
I petition Tuesday night Venice
The finish fun saw the score at we deal direct with the mi
Electric held to Its
i top spot by
OCR FISHING NECESSITIES 50 to 32. The entire Venice squid I- on the boat! Saves }<{ 1
DEVICE LET taking two games from Earl'sGarage
shared the honors since Coach
ARE THE CATCH OF THESEASON I Other results! IncludedJossart's j money
''Punta Rasa Correction) I Gadd ran In all 18 of his players
Plumbing sweeping the
High law before the evening was over. Adorjan across the 1=
The Venice girls' after egh'I SpecialI
Complete Casting Krl. Pill, t __ 4t>\ pm boards, Venice Ewe
Rod, Keel, Line IIlIt" Feb. a A:A.m 12:OA ... laying off Mondayvtiied Its Iud
und Leader ... .. Only $3V1: AIiII'm 10:If/ '" In a preliminary/game againstthe This Week '
*un" Fib. 0 1i2fl > Punta Gorda !lassies on Tues The EMI Junior Varsity alF
Mirlmp Netting &:S> I'mMon. .1 day. It was an unhappy encounter defeated Ft. Mvcri Junlers 1:1I :
UO Per \'al',1m'k .. l 1"-1. 7 ._ 2:4n with the Charlotte Countlans coming preliminary game Satuidav. The i KINGFISH

..., f''b. f F:40 j'mT" 1:53.m I up on the big end of a 24.1' Varsity will play a returr Jal"t' 40c Lb.
Whit Spoonslor score Martha Adams and Juan wifh FMA: %' Ft. Pct today and
;'A :
\ll ri-li TVfhc .. I'mW. Cole lead the loral hy will here Smoked Fish 75c
.... r b. 9 4 tVl >m I squaws I meet Redlands tomor
Commercial to 1.31 9:111 making five points apiece. ,
I'm ; row I Cocktail Shrimp 60c |
Mvhermin'N FI\ol'il') Thun.. K.I b, II (.44 urn The Indians play again tonight
10:10\ I'm nt Everglades They will not return I Lobster . 75c
Iri. f'.-',. I II __ B.5II nr.l I to their home court until the
Plastic ?0ysters . 80c |
Conference WILL
Age Everglades tourney ARRIVE I
-0- op ns here on Feb. 18. grog Lf'gs. $150Nokomis r

$1.00 PIT hay und tip _
dropping a
Live heartbreaker to Florida Miiitarv
Bait Seafood
the Trail S. Nokomis I Academy of St. Petersburg h r" Frosted Milkshake
last Friday night. cadet cagirs of
II J Mi. North of \!"Iil.t') Ta.: le the Kentucky Military In ti 'if I Mark!

I got back In_ .the .win column Saturday I TAMIAMI | On the Taiiiaml Trail

. >-l: 0 . . 3 Mnaaaa.I DV In flattening( the first ft.contest Myers.Scores were. DAIRY BARS, Inc. (I',) Ml North of Xoko f

KMI 35 and FMA 36 while In th.I . ..
I 4i':::. ..s
I Hunting for Bargains ? : second the cadets had 4f" and their __u __ th
opponents. 38. Doug Hill. a young

Then Try This Week :I giant who stands 6 foot five
x'rT ,, inches was high scorer in both
(.T" i-- He made 13 points against;
", w .; .*
17' ,' r".t Combination
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Complete Lub. .ca.tion worth $1.00 = FORFISHING Drinks Dancing Night]

m (Compound "L" Undercoating worth $6.75 .:I TACKLE At to the Music r

Removes Rust and Protects Metal 6 mos or More ; Popular Prices Dave Dune ,

e TOTAL for Both Jobs Only $6.75 Ii-_II I

p t SPORTING GOODS Package Dept.By .

J Dyseven's Texaco Station j i! Opp. Veulre-NokomU Bank Buying in Quantity we are :able to| a

H OV TIlE TRAIL PHONE SfiSl iA i! VENICE take advantage

!.. ,..N, rl:.1.i ,r' .. .,. i. .4 ., .. ,.?.... .1 I.i ofDEALS
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gulf R' U .' 'N'.1.I '. T.' ., ., .,'. ."Al ;.',..I:.",.',. 1."4''. .JI:'110.' a&II".I.'I.I.'I."' ;

= OPEN TO THE PUBLIC The Savings thus effected are pissed on

VENICE COUNTRY CLUB I to our customers in the form of Lower Pricesj

Krueger Finest Beer and Ale $3.49

I GOLF COURSE t (Plus CO* kKMlt)

Mr. Boston 4 yr old Puerto Rican Rum $3.19 .

9 Holes 60 cents All Day -- $1.20 i John Collin 90 proof grain.Gin $1.75 full !

Highland Queen Imported Scotch $5.25 <
I- A Standard "A" Blend WKUkey $3.29

(Including Golf and Social Privilege) ,(R g. tiiiVj1/ .

r $a WEEKLY M4 !MONTHLY Cinzano Imported French

REGULAR MEMBERSHIPS and Italian Vermouth . $1.98

j' i INDIVIDUAL ftW Pet Year FAMILY OIl Per Year Pedro Domecq Imported;

Spanish Sherries! : '. ._", '. . $1.95

i PAT HALL, ProfessiQnal Lessons By Appointment.MjmmwMmimmrmsmmmm '
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