Venice gondolier
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079934/00157
 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 11, 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: UF00079934:00157
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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edicationVoltll1te I Gala FeteA I k

gala "King Tarpon' Ftxtival

i For BandstandVork; which it is hoped will rival the

Mardi Gras, Gfihparllla, Sara
$06.d! in Wish Well fcota and other famous southern

pageants In popularity will her- r
lured by perfect weather anl]
Hid the opining of the fishIng
Uc of the Kentucky Military tarpon -

intituta band, an estimated 750mow season In Venire this year

( attended the ceremonies The project was disclosed! yesterday -

Beating the reconstructed band- ,Is by J, Leighton (Count)

]J In the Civic Cornwall, publicity director, for the a
Center Park bo tq eei ,, i.r'r
L'I+ .pa k ; Venice Area Chamber of Com-
Friday night
merce He said the Idea had been I'

He ceremony started shortly approved b}' the chimbirs newb t
r the 52-piece band had nrd of directors and that prcp-

rations/ for the giant carnival
ched through town to utimu- /
fRtcre t. The program Includ- 41"" would get under wayy In a few 1 '
in invocation
prayer by Rev
I Campbell Crawford of the First Present plans call for the festival -

tot Church Church, vvelcom- to bt held -n April 30, the '

remarks by Publicity Direc- day before the official opening of i

I J Leighton Count, Cornwell !saa.t the tarpon fishing season here a k

II the Venice Area du)'-long program Is contemplated,
Chamber of VIEW OF AT
with features
Including a parade
fwmerce, selections
by the. band, -
I of floats from
IW throughout the
address by President I Only Two Hydrants Dead area, crowning of a beauty con-
rre Flauch
IMfleboard Club of the Venice City Directory Promised )] test winner as Tarpon Queen" 416

JUnch Only two of Venices fire h>- an all-night ball and awarding ofa
praised City Councilman A city directory for the \'cni 0 (rants tire o'ad"" fire Chief special .
star Fottrcll-Id'; ; prize t) angler who
Retty and other volunteer I urea was promised this welt ,,v business he, would begin Jitney Stephens reported thin catches the first tarpon of the
kern I
who were responsible for a rcpiCM illative fur R. L Polk C contacting I local I businessmen week In commenting on a Gondolier lira son.

!(sit of the bandstand. a Co., furious directory firm
past Days W years.Pompeii"He also relic fir.1 Richmond, VA. bmtrs guide l section, Survey I discovered a dummy plug near I Most unique part of his plans
thank- .1nltrUctng I ( rl'II"11I cone here In March or the KMI gmnaMum, Thp other
them for erecting shelters The representative. Frank L j I I i in a decision to dedicate the carnival -
nt I April to compile the other info"ma- plug is on Salerno St. mar Palermo I- '
p ends of the parks' four Fottrell, told the Gondolier that to the Brotherhood of Locomotive -
tcrf" Probable 01'' PI I
lion publication date he said. and botn artpainted I
lor their fore-
marble {
shuffleboard courts this would be done! by sitting upa I the directory was not Indicated red rn top to indicate they I in Is'
p having the I sight founding and making itriorida
surface of the special section In the director The project Is said to have been are not connected All other hydrants "
done I s beitt-plunnrd city. He
l.; over now being prepared for Sarasota I approved by both the Vent.p Area In the city are tested each pointed out thnt thin would be the
Other Chamber of Commerce and the month and have been found In
Projects Count)'. Moot of the section mil first time the union had been
Ia' his remarks, Cornwell out- be separate from the Sarasota 'I city council, good condition "praised rather than damned for

-I other projects that he has In city Information a nl will corer their work since the boom col-
for improving' T the city In Venice NVk"ini'+, Laurel and Englewood i lapsed after the town was laid out
future.. He said these included !Mayor Issues Proclamation. at a cost of an estimated $16,000-
000 In 1928
J*w postoffice, a municipal This will be the first time the ,
Ita! at the former Venice Venice area has had a nipktc Nationwide. Intrrrst should also t
Air Base, and giant metal compilation, It is understood. In- On Annual Poppy Day Sale be aroused by Cornwclls method
w cf notifying the union of the honor
,.be erected at both ends eluded will be an alphabetical .
the CIty as an advertisement to listing nf All permanent residents. He proposed to have the mayor r

"Mae motorists to stop here businesses;; r professional firrri:: I I Cubs in charge there and. chamber president sign a
The with gold embotspd Invitation, then
publicity a street and avenue guide Mayor Suters proclamation follows -
man ,stressed
give it to the engineer of a train
ever, that nothing more can the names of every householder on On Streets TomorrowGiven I : I
heading northward from the local -
done> unless the arca't business- each street given; a bujers guide 'WHEPEAS the Puppy has bl'en'
railroad station
and residents Join and of display nds, and a classified official sanction by a made the memorial flower of the '
sup- The plan li for the Invitation to
w* chamber of I American Legion, and
wtately, He commerce proclamation Issued by Mayor "WHEREAS the poppies symbolize he passed from one engineer to
JfM firms did reported not have 63 mem- Lions to ''StageCommunity Louts' Suter, the annual Poppy Day those who died for Americaon another and carried in their loco-
motive cabs until it reaches theBLE'
land and in the
sea air in both
ps now, and
termed this a Sale of the No-Vel American Legion national headquarters in
"rueful1) I world wars and"WHEREAS
After situation' FairA Post will be held here tomorrow the purpose of this Cleveland, Ohio. The novelty and

the main part of the cere- annual Poppy Day Is to pay silent drama of the Idea Is expected to
the audience drew more Venice Community Fair The paper flowers, made by dU- tribute to those who died and result In publicity all along the

The prizesbad a 'Vishing first proposed by the local Lions abled veterans in hospitals at Bay! those who are living victims of route north.
\ been donat- our wars, and"WHEREAS The American Legion, Woman'Club
local will be held Pines and Lake City, will be sold I
J merchants and were Club' last Bummer contributions to Rotary Club, Lions Club,
"!Rokomie students of the Vcn- from Feb. 20 through Mar. 8, on the streets of Venice and Nokomis the Poppy Day drive will be used Community Service Club Parent.- t
High School A total Members of the club completed by members of the legions In veteran rehabilitation and welfare Teacher Assn and all other civic
W10 was dropped into the for the fete last night junior auxiliary, local Cub Scouts work and groups will be asked in a fw
I. return, to help for plans I and other volunteers. Funds realized to
pay maUled at "WHEREAS this movement has days to name representatives a
In repairing the band- during their weekly meeting from the sale will be used In been given nationwide approvaland committee that will take charge of
and shuffleboard courts the Gulfbreeze Hotel. They approved I the auxiliary I disabled veteran the enthusiastic endorsement the festival plans.Postcards .

money was deposited In a I', retaining of the South- rehabilitation program. of every president of the United
city recreation fund ae- I' ern State Shows, a commercial The flowers are replicas of *m\ States since 1920,
In the Venlcd-NokomlA carnival concern, to provide poppies that grow on the battle- "NOW,' THEREFORE BE IT for Caned
where other donations can I rides, concessions and the like. fields and war cemeteries of RESOLVED that the 12th day of
!lade by civic-minded person In addition, It was proposed i Europe, according to Mrs. Baxter February, 1949, I Is hereby set aside Mrs R. E Fields, Venice post-
Painted chain used by the that area merchants set up their Dye, chairman of the sale here In Venice In the memory of all master, yesterday warned local
J during the ceremony display booth fcr exhibIting She asked that anyone willing to veterans and designated a 'POP- residents that postcards being sent
loaned by the Rlngllng Bros- own merchandise, etc This partof help with the sale contact her or I PY DAY and every citizen of to Canada must bear two cent
and< Bailey Circus at Bar- the fair will be housed In a Mrs Ruth Kuykendall or reportto his community U urged to show postage She said "much money
tentWhero the Bowlakade for instructions his patriotism by contributing and time" was being wasted here q
large will be setup any time tomorrow. generously when purchasing a by those who used only one-cent
of the show definitely A similar sale will be held In veteran-made poppy in honor of stamps on cards for Canada, since
be 138 World War It hn not yet been tomorrow by the new- those who have given so much for postal regulations prevent for-
the Englewood;
of understood
the Navy, Marine decided out It U In time of
Ave. Iv-chartered Women's Auxiliaryof cur country warding of this class of mall or
and of Venice
Coast Guard were southwest corner LOUIS SUTER to ask the addressee for
the Trail I I. being the Lemon Bay Post of the I Signed: writing
sot, CoagrtMlonal Medal and considered.the Tamiaml legion. Mrs. Frances Long will be I Mayor, City of Venice" Additional postagef .


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MORE ON IT NEXT*WEEK) 'wsT. 1Qr 3rd Time ,, Th' Worthington, large apart- Venice "Seadog"
., '. a .'. .' .'1NA04a':: sa aI.. ..!I' Broken Into for the third bolt ment-hitel at the Tamiaml .Trail In. Junior and Senior .
and 'Turin 8W WM reported olj *
since last summer the PlaallcAil' this weak to Dr. Lewis Mavlglla (Both Good to Eat)
Boat and Equipment Co.,
f Miami Beach. .
PHONE 3461 South Nokomis was robbed of c WILL MAKEAPPEARANCE
D,'. Mavlslla, a psycho-thera-
If No Answer Can 2M5 cash box containing about .Jl1
ri>>t. Is said to own a HERE:
VENICE TAXIj7DRIVEIT Monday night. on Miami Beach He Is understood, Y SOON
C. H: Gb-nchain, owner cf th' to have plans for opening
CARS sportsman store, said the thief branch of hU hospital at the
entered by jimmying a window Worthington but friends say he TAMIAMI
open on the south side, Nothingbut has decided to "go slow" until
}'t tttttttttt tttt ftttttttfttfttttttttft ttttt: the cash box was taken or present tenants of the apartment DAIRY BARS
damaged he reported The Inci- leave. inCt

: Thirsty i Hungry ? dent must have occurred between ._ ._ _._ _______
... t+ 11:15: p,m. Sunday and 8:30: a.m. tvw..-...-.-.--..-.-.-.-.-..-....... rtrr
::: Come to : Monday, since the owper worked
late Sunday night and returned at
44 the latter hour the next day. ENGLE'S TEA ROOMON
Fingerprints and ether clues
LARRY'SPLACE .. were obtalm-d fmm the premisesby I.
Policj Chief Herbert O. Han- HIGHWAY 775 ENCIEWOOD

M Ii .... +' from chey the Venice Sarasota, and County two deputies sheriff PHONE VENICE 2486

-M office. This is the fin time any
... + indication of the robbers Identity Dt-LIGlOUS, SATISFYING MEALS
+ has born Malnfd and an arrestIs
::: FOR \ : expected In the near future \ Luncheon 12-2 Dinner 5-o-8:3o:

: Long Cool Drink'AND : Fishing equipment valued at *V\>
was tak"n from the store when it I V SUNDAY DINNER HOURS 12.45 2:30 5:30.8:00
*. y was broken Into In December, .y :
while five eutboard motors *"'i '
\ + valued at $1,000 \#*.**** bM*>WbW5 *W* >M>fc !***': .>>.t t1N1N
Real Home Cooking :: : other equipment .
was stolen list summer
, 1 + ABSTRACT d ".. net
: Him: Beef Pork; + Protect Your
make GOOD TITLE ti
Hamburger: $.111.1\\ !.:-b. < t / I
your profRAN'TY A WAn Purchase
Hune-miJ: Hot Chili: : G1d10Repair 0/
al siAN
+ I DEED does not I fr
Real I
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All 35c ;: ways give you H 'good fate.! "Ii" ,

:w "On the Trail" :t Abstract, with a' .\'tcney's -- \if
4: Dinners 75c to $1.00 Jut ortb of Nokomis + 4 f
cpinlos or TI le Insurance -
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should bj; nccc&ra-y >
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1 Radios all property sales

For the Discrimirnt'ng Direr I Auto RaJiiitAll See us about itAbstract. ...-F:: )

a Work GuaranteedShMITTY'S

: Macatee's Restaurant : SERVICE Companyof

I II Miami A\e Sarasota

: On the Trail at Nokomis Iti Next to Western Union II Bni J. n-;..>. Pru'"t
I Phone 2603: I 1131 Md 1141 IIS SIXTH STREEt

\\o feature a wide variety of the ,. ,
best In Sea Foods Maine Lobster,

-.. Stone Crabs Pompan. Frog Leg,
Shrimp etc. .

Also Choice Western Roasts, I

Steaks, Chops, Chicken. .I. fa fom! U.

A La Carte Dinners Priced from $1.25 I. 1949

Also Our Table D'Hote Dinners from $1.50 .

D We strive to satisfy the most ex v ting appetite .. l1N\'" '" .

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Open 8:00 a. in. to 0:30 p. rtk Phone 2875 I '
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If delivered too early milk would be out en jour doorstepfor situ. ,

several hours; It would not be es fresh when you got It. You .

would not tee your Milkman and benefit from his attention to I ,1

special order And ycu would have trucks, with noisy bottles .wt/c It ,

disturbing jour rest. '\ '.1-
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:! VEAL ROAST LEO OF, LAMB, GRAPE.. ...JELLY................................................................................. 191)225 FRIED CHICKEN WITH BACON .......................................................................... 223 +:;
4 y r I TOMATO CUTLET OMELETTE HOLSTEIN......... .......... .............................................................................. 165 GRILLED CALVES LIVER ...................................................................................... .... 195 [f')1,
POACHED FILET OF HADDOCK EGG SAUCE............................................ 1.85 LOBSTER NEWBURG ON TOAST ....?....................................................................... 2.0' (<(l.)'
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TA Celebrates Founder's Dav

Nokomis Property Sold ",
Ir. and M" John .7. Porter of'I PUBLIC L1BRAKY HOURS Ex-Presidents Legion Aux Games ToniteA handmade slip, which will be given -
town, Md guests of Eagle (In away during the evening.
have purchased the Wlllock'rty Civic Center BWir. games and bridge party will On the committee are Mrs. Lu-
located'' on Sunrise Dr, Harbor Dr. & W. Venice Ave.) Honored Comic be held at 0 tonight at the Civic cille Hrnne, chairman: Mrs Virginia
orn1L Sal VM made' b y Monday, Wednesday and Friday Center under the sponsorship of Wheeler, Mrs. Barry Wim-
the Auxiliary of No-Vel Post, bish and Mrs Mabel Surls.
Cadwell through the of- 10
k J. a m. until
noon American
,i..rf H. N. Wlmmeri. Realtor. Tuesday and Thursday 7 Ban Is Discussed The public legion Is Invited to attend I ELL
p.m. 9 p.m. and some lucky person will win 'a FRIENDS

%ICE WILL SOON HAVEA The 51st birthday of the notion's ABOUTVenice

New Cup Rev. Harper Gets a GirlA ment was Parent-Teacher celebrated by Awn members move- HILL ARRIVE at Easter:
of Coffee of the Venlce-Nokomls PTA
daughter. Nalna Jean, was Tuesday night. NOT LATER THAN MAR. 1 And A Tropical Vacation
. THAT WILL MAKE born last Saturday morning In With six past presidents and In The Spring
.' THE CITY FAMOUS Mrs.Sarasota Hospital to Rev and other-members attending the reg. New Jumbo Warm Gulf Bathing,
L. Harper. The young ular monthly meeting at the high Fishing, Golf Bowling,
TAMIAMI two lady weighed 8 "". 6 OM She has school, the group heard Mrs. Wallace Frosted, Milkshake Shuffleboard
brothers, Tommy and Leo. Norton, president of the Sarasota
DAIRY BARS, Inc. The of the Rev. Mr Harper Is minister PTA, outline the TAMIAMI I VENEZIA HOTELMr.
Venlcc-Nokomls Methodist tion's
history and
I Church I Mrs. Norton also or&anl7.a'l DAIRY BARS, Inc. I and Mrs. Louis Suter, Hosts '/

sages on all the past (
present except one He was B. E,
WATCH BUSTED? JEWELRY BROKEN? I (Sarge) Bowen, who was given
his flowers as a bouquet.
LET US PUT THEM I:: Past President Insurance Protects

TIP-TOP SHAPE The others were Mra. Alexan .
der Murphy, Mrs H. S. Bow den. AGAINST LOSSES! e r -
Honest \\orkRranonaMe Mrs Bruce Rigby, Mrs Harry Fire Life Casualty '
Sjoblom and Mrs George Higel ;
Jr. Other past presidents, who Ile
8 to 10 Days bcnlc,> were unable to attend, Include I
Mrs George Hauscr Mra HclgiKoess
Slede, Mrs A. L. Blalock,
Shrode Jewelers Mrs. Frank Currier, Mrs. Gordon i James T. Ethel B.
Tuberville and Dr. lo', M. BSchrnmm .
GULF THEATRE B'lJLDING! The latter died In office -
last November.Also ,
Ir" a' guest speaker at the, Phone 3611 or 2721
meeting was Capt. Owen Plllana,I
admissions officer of Kentucky Ir=-J! :',. '.. .1., .' .... .'.' .. Is ,A
Military Institute. Discussing i '
: "Character," he stressed that the I. .
association cculd do much to help:'. A TREAT FOR YOUR TASTE! .
4v mould the attitudes and !
ment of our young people by 1. 'Seafood from Ocean and Gulf i

n guiding. school and borne activities .

Another KMI member Ail' Kinds. 'of
faculty on '
,I. ".. the program was Capt. N. Cronill .
"<> Himmack instructor 'In rJ DELICIOUS HMI: .
i BIGGEST VALUES French and public speaking. He
.. rendered several piano selections and" It
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Comic Books

VENICE RADIO SERVICE During the business session % !"CAI.LOPS"TERS!
Mrs Bruce Rigby announced that .
she had received a list of'comic '
"Sick Radios Made Well In Venice" SIIRIAIPS LOBwcTFaiCLAMS .
books that the national PTA considered III

. MI W. Venice Aw '- Phone .2573 I objectionable. She and
> < 'members of a local committeewill ti
investigate to see If any of !,
the books' are being sold locally, I" 1
as part of the national grouJ'seal1'1palgn li Daily .

'. YOU WAVE S + TO EAT ,against such comics. g -/
The meeting was in charge of :
']Mrs Sam Colgate. president of the : .' Low Prices to Seafood Lovers
local PTA. Refreshments were
y Hod, Restaurants and Commercial .
Free to
served by mothers of the tthl lit
Whether you're a winter visItor q grade pupils. A "Rool: willcake j I'Ii Customers Mondujn, Ucdnpuduvw nml Fridges .
was presented to Jack Wllklns Lemon Bay Seafood MarketON
or a permanent resident director of technical training at II
you have to eat to live We can I
Stuart A Oscar Anderson, Owner Ira W. Joiner :afar.AUU ..
lee that you do it cheaper, 30 St. Marks GuMd! Women] II '. . ,. .... ..IIi,. N IO.t.\

Miler and with greater enjoy Attend Tea Party at KMI ,.. --I',' : ... . . .."', I

ment. Members of the Guild of St |
Marks Episcopal Church were : Your NeighborWill
guests at tea Tuesday afternoon|
at the Kentucky Military Institute You
: Be Just
QUALITY FOODS IO\V PRICES! Their hostesses were 1'1' II
Charles B. Richmond Mrs. J, : !
S, B. Marshall and, .
Mr. J. E. Pi Over 30 members of the guild
and guests were present to hear ,. .

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Pale Six VENICE GONDOLIER Friday, FebruaryJanie's 11, 1 y"y' ,

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roll not over 8,500 t
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Honeymoon in VeniceEx s

I By Janet T. Conover

Point 0 .
Gondolier Social EditorAfter Child Prodigy Palms

Cupid's Day
Hotel Weekly Guest List
spending two year in (he Dutch West Indies, Mr. and Mr*. Feted at
Thomas H. Chapin arrived In Englewood recently to make their home r Mr. and Mr. K. A Degoche

*lth his parent, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Chapin. The Chapins' two years Manta iarell, a singer: with the Staten Island N.
in the DWI were spent In Aruba, where Mr. Chapin was connected Metropolitan Opera Co. of New H. L. Worrel l'

with the harbor I Improvement work going on there They lived in York City for the past 12 years New Baltimore The W
Englewood about iu years ago, so Mr. and Mr. Mlch I
spent her honeymoon this week at C. Bean if the
are familiar with the area. Mr.
points in South America Trinidad tne Gultbrecre Hotel. at
Chapin and his sister Mrs. W. H IlI, wet
Mr. IPWalker t
Sims of Englewocd, are associated Jamaica, Curacao and Santo MU Jarell and Wesley Burtonof and Mr. F, : thehis

with their father In the real Domingo. They sailed from New Sarasota, the latter formerly a Y Mr. Salina, Kanslll Pedro.I.
rotate business. Orleans, La. hotel owner In New Hampshire g Mr. G. Read a
-0- were married Monday mot j ng In Elmer Chicago DL I
Guests last weekend of Mr. and the Sarasota Methodist Church by Spear
Here for the
month of Februaryat Mrs Charles F, Knorleine at their Rev. J. A. Davis A wedding break Quakcrtown P.. I
Pearsons Guest Home E. Peterson '
are Air and
fast was held In Sarasota before family
home in Englewood Garden
and Mri. Mark Gillen were
of Detroit
and- the couple came down to Venice. Detroit,, Mich.
Mr. -
Mrs. C. J.
Mich.; Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Schroc- Mr. and Mr. R "
der, Indianapolis, Ind., and Mrs J, West Lanhan Hills, Md. The Spen A small reception, complete with COMING MONDAY g. well
K. David cers took advantage of their brief u three-tiercd wedding cake was N' T.
and son, Jimmy, also of F. L. Messick and Party 1 1I 1I
Indianapolis, Ind. holiday by basking in the ..un'sra's held for the couple Monday eve-
o-- as much as possible and ning at the Gulfbreeze. Miss Far- Valentine DanceIn Mr. and Mrs. Seaford, Del,
Ole Sol thoroughly "baked" them. ell graciously sang several arias Channmg Cope
Victor E. Semones of McMinn- With red faces and the wedding din Covingto G*.
they said they songs during
\llle Tenn. EnglewoodSpurred Mr. and Mrs.
arrived Monday to Range, daughter
"just weren't used to getting sunburned ner, with her audience consistingof
spend several days this week with I
Hollywood, Fla
In February. reception guests and those who
Mrs. Semones who is wintering at Jason Miller
-o- happened to be In the hotel din- on by the success of
the El Patio Hotel. their Charter Dane on January Beallsville, Ohio
and cocktail lou'The
410 --o- Mr. and Mrs Tony Pinottl returned Ing room .-\ 29, members of the newly A. S. Andrews sr.vow
Sunday to Louisville, Ky. couple plan to make their e.tab-I Muskegon re e
Mr. and Mrs Calvin Holder of lished auxiliary of the Mich.
Nokomis spent last week in Knoxville after spending a week at the ii home In Sarasota. I I Post, American Legion, Engle- Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Broughner ASWiAG

Tenn, and were glad to ft Patio Hotel. T hey were visiting Child ProdigyMiss wood, will give another dance tomorrow Jermlngi Mich
back to our warm sunshine. Reported I their son, Jimmy, who Is a cadetat Farell was born In Germany evening at the Englewood Mr. and Mrs. W. S. White

three inches of now up KMI. but raised in Czechoslo Community Hall. Puncy Brooke PJ

there. They were visiting Mr -o.- vakia. She was a child prodigy, The affair will be In honor of Mr. and Mrs D, L. Kesler'Wsshinrton

Holder's brother. Woodrow Derrc-I Also visiting her son, Mac whoIs having given concerts at the age St. Valentine' Day and decorations D C
berry, and her two sisters MM. a KMI cadet. Is Mrs. E. M of 13 years. will be in red and white in Dr. and Mrs. Hefcffraim

Mildred label and Mrs. Jessie Mae Webb of Knoxville, Tenn. She Is She studied at the Academy of keeping with the spirit of the hoi Adrian, MUh.
Pcttet. staying at the Gulfbreele Hotel. Muslo In Berlin and also the Royal iday. Johnny Edmondson'a orchestra : Mr. and Mrs. T.V.. Farrell

-0- -o- Academy in England. Her first will furnit music for the Arden, Del

From W ttield. N. J. are Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Russell K. Krisi operatic role was sung in England dancing. Mrs. Frank Clark >Js Mt; and \" Fred W. Kaup

and Mrs. David B. Clapp, who are arrived in Venice Monday from and she came to the attentionof chairman of the dance and Mrs. ,. Oak Ridge, Ten.
enjoying the remainder of the win, Cleveland. Ohio, to spend several the late conductor Sir Henry Ray Tate and Miss Helen Clark Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Stciner.

ter at the Cosby Apts. Also at the months. They are stopping at the, Ward, who chose her to give a are on her committee. Miles, Mich.
Cosby Apts. are Mr. and Mrs. Jack Vinezia Hotel, where they have solo recital before the king and Capt. and Mrs. H. M. Ingalli

Radow of Columbus, Ohio. I btayed for the past 10 or .12 years. queen of England The same year Ve-No-Hi Seniors PrepareFor Umatilla, Fit.
o -o- of her command performance she Mr. and Mrs. Newton J. Turner

We to hear that came to America as a member of Valentine Day Dance Newton, Mais.
Expected back in town Sunday are glad Dr. Mr. and Mrs. W. Bcwtkhouie
I D. R. Parsons who has been ill the Metropolitan.
are Louis Adorjan his son Buddy. ,
of New York City N. T.
for the month is and Mill Farell nas this sea- Members of the
and Manley Deal all of 313 W. past up spent Mr. and Mrs. Frank Verr
Venice Ave. They have been visiting about again. Dr. and Mrs. Parsonsare on In touring the country, giving the Venice-Nokomis High School Lake K Y.
Akron Ohio to tee Mr. Ad.>r- regular winter visitors at the concerts as far north as Alaska. will be busy decorating the Civic
Mr Powers
jan's mother and step-dad, Mr. Venezia Hotel. Their home is in She came to Sarasota shortly be- Center this weekend In prepara- Mr. and Leo
Pleasant Lake .Ind
and Mrs William Potaby. Huntington, W. Va. Christmas. The singer will leaveat tion for the Valentine Dance to fr
and Mr Frank R. PeckCreenwlch.
Mr. *
held Monday nightThe
-o- e -0- the end of this month on an- be Ohio
other concert tour, which will dance I* being sponsored by
:Mr. ahd Mr. Robert Wessllng
Mrs. George T. Weathers of the Mr. and Mr. J. H. Panlin'
Gulf View Apts. has had as and their daughter, Linda, of ErtansW.Tcy. take her to Tennessee: Misslsippl the Venice Community Club and Pontiac Mich.
and other states and Canada. will used to tend the
guests her mother. Mrs. A. C. : ., are vacationing at the proceeds be Mr. and Mrs. Morris DeVries
Overall; her sister, Mrs. ThomasB. I Venezia Hotel. Mr. Wessling Is a Some roles she has sung at theMet" senior darts to TallahmsseV this ;UoUand, Mick. I I
graduate of KMI. are Nedda In "Pagllacci"Marguerite spring to witness the State Legislature OnWe
Ripy. and four nephews and Mr. and Mr*. C..& Bye I
nieces, Tom Jr., John, Jane and ---o- In "Faust" Mimi In In session. Mrs. H. S. Bow- Osseo, Wile.
L* Boheme," Sophl In "Rosenka- den of the club Is chairman of the I
Melinda Rlpy. All returned to Miss Mary Morrissey of Forest Mrs. C. H. Bassano
their home in Lawrenceburg, Ky.. Hill, N. Y. has been here for a, valller" and Micaela In "Carmen. dance. Houston, Texas'
last weekend month aji guest of Mr*. Walter She has made guest appearanceswith Betty Lee Johnston, class president Mr. Crawalt and Family I'f
-0- Lehmann of the Gulf View Apt the San Francisco, Chicagoand will choose a decorating West Medford N. J. f I'I
Cincinnati opera companies.Mr. committee. The seniors and other Hancock
Mr and Mrs. Harry L. Mundy, -o- Mr. and Mr. Paull
and Mrs. A. B. Hider enter school pupils are selling tickets to Winter Park, Fla.
Venezia Pky., have as guests Mrs Taking advantage our won- I
Vida Binger and C. 0. Jenks of derful warm winter weather ar"Mr. tained Mr. and Mrs. Burton at a help their cause. s. j. Boyd 11-
cocktail party Wednesday afternoon Johnny Edmondson and his orchestra Salt Lake city, Utah
St. Paul. Minn. The Munitvs and<< and Mrs. John A. Seiller and
their guests returned last week Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Clause, all of at their home at Stone will play the dance music Mr. and Mr. J. W. a Ohio

from a cruise which took them to Columbus, Ohio. They are stayingat Groves. and soft drinks will be sold dur- Cincinnati, t
the Tarpon Center.o ing the evening. Mr. and Mrs. George JocklCamden l
N. J.
Episcopal Communion Set

Mrs. Harry Winters, proprietor of I At Dr Stryker Legion Dinner Mr. and Mrs. W. Batavia.Hawley N. Y.
We Congratulate the Venice Keen' Dress Shop, returned lastweek ReturnsDr.
Paul H. Young
Area on having the after a three-week buying Mr. and Mrs. Mien
Leonard W.
S. Stryker. Detroit,
I Attracts 50
trip to New York City and Chi
minlster-in-charge of '
St. Marks
Bella 1
Mrs. Winter also has a Anthony
FINEST cago. Episcopal Church, will conduct Long Beach, N. *.
and dress shop in the latter city. Holy Communion and deliver the About :SO members and guestsof and Mrs.

MOST REASONABLE Sunday kermon at the church the local American Legion Post Capt R.ArlingtoniVS.
Miss Lily H. Moore of Noko- Sunday morning at 11 a.m. attended the covered dish supper
EATING PLACESof mU expects a visitor today. She Holy Communion I IK usually observed put on by the woman's auxiliary C. R. Kent, Ohio
is her aunt, Mrs. W. M. Cox of at the church the first Monday night at the Legion Hall ) 'iPo
any community Its size In ,j Atlanta. Ca., who will stay for' Sunday of the month but Dr on East Venice Ave. The group i Mr. and Mr.Upper Darby pa ,

the U. S. i 1.nAtral weeks I'I'0 Stryker' has been unable to attend enjoyed cards, games and a songfest Mr. and Mrs M. LuckPhillipsburg
service for several weeks, due to' after the meal.A N. J.
But when you just want a a brief Illness It will therefore beheld business
Mrs. George Hauser of Venice meeting was also Mr. and Mra.
Snack visit I recently sustained a broken boneIn at this Sunday's service' held by.'the auxiliary members Columbus, OhioI

hl'r'foct as a result of a fall. Church school will begin' Kf preceding the supper. At this timea Mr. and fra. Roy Brady
TAMIAMIDAIRY i i She is now getting about with the usual at 9:4.i: a m. nominating committee was appointed McHenry, Ill.

i Il&ld of crutches and we hope she'll by the President Mrs Warford
BARS, Inc. Moon be able to throw them away Enjovlng their vacation at the Ruth Kuykendall, to choose candidates I Mr. Pittston N. Y.

Tampa \\e. at the frail 0- Park Terrar' Apts ore Mr. and for the election of new Mr. and Mra. C. R. LeIl'ls
I Vacationing at Warm Salt Mrs. W C. Miller of Detroit, Mich. officers on March 7. Del Ray Bcach FI a.\i

Open About March 1 Springs are Rev. and Mrs. E. A Mr. and Mrs. U. T. fair Wise
Uoloff and Mr. and Mrs., A. Sell- heteh.

horn of Lansing Mich. Mr. and Mr. W. HCrofoot k.
.jj'.u.i.\h 1 F I UNJiDj\U\ JIDJ'llIDNJ1WWJ: Mr. and Mrl. Geo. NunamaharYoungstol'n, Ohio


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TREASURE TREATOur James B. KennaMr.andMr..U :dlson. Tenn.


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l i Buffet Supper Aurora

Joe Chrl.lnaJame Aurora Ind'Mr

Served Every Sunday Night F'. RalcUff
light-textured Orange Chiffon and Mrl. R. Baltimore old.

7to9pm. Cake or others In the Mr. and Mr. A. W.Harlville Sample, Ala,

you prefer. Whole
and ww
Breakfast Lunch Dinner or In wedges All next week. I rot
( Howard D. Maze ,
8 9 a-m. 13:30 t p.m. 6:30 8 p.m. Jamesburg,

Mr. and Mrl.. L.Des W. McGuire Moines. Is-

Rooms Available Singles, Double and Suites Mr. and, Mra.. Van West el. Md..NokQmi .

For Reservations phone S341 "L. & S" BAKERY

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Organ Dedication Officer's Rehearsal Place ChangedThe
Sunday Weaving Venice Area Symphony Orchestra -
will rehearse Monday
night In the hall above the Gulf

At First Baptist Church Shown to WomenClub heatre.The group was scheduled la

meet at the Civic Center, but a
Also Plans Valentine's dance will be held
there that evening by the Com-
-- -- Fashion ShowA munity Service Club. ,

wMU Meets Tuesday Cancer Rehearsal will start at 7:45:: pjn.
Society Quartet Soloists on bandweavlng was
given by Col. John
S. Fishback,
Women's Missionary Union ,
Tie ; retired army officer, at the
lithe First Baptist Church will Party Next WeekAn luncheon meeting of the Venice- GULF

[JIlt at 8 p.m. Tuesday evening KMI Choir AlsoTo'Participate Nokomis Woman' Club on Wed
I the home of Mrs. H. S. Smith evening full Of prizes is in nesday afternoon at the Gulf-
it TheatreVenice
I St. store for those who attend the breeze Hotel.
Pedro games and bridge party at the Col. Flshback, who la wintering
Phone 296*
Gulfbreeze Hotel next Wednesday in Venice Is an Instructor in the
I at 8:30 p.m. u art at the Penland School ot NIGHTLY'Rox
The party is being I Handicraft, Penland, N. C.. duringthe Office Opens 7:30 J
sponsored Show
by Starts 8:'P
the The new of summer months He learned ,
hQ4tie American Cancer Society of organ the First
Sarasota County. It will be In I Baptist Church, purchased in Decembcr hand weaving In occupational Matinee Sunday '
charge of Mrs. Charles McG. Rob will be officially dedicated therapy work while hospitalized liar Attire Open JU p-m.
erts, Nokomis, lieutenant-corn- In a special service at Un during World War Two. Show Starts S p. m.
mander of the society for this church Sunday afternoon. The colonel pointed out that although Short Subject Shown Before :
area. Highlight of the ceremony will there have been many I and After the Feature :
In addition be a program of music by Mn types of loom since early timei. -0.- .
to the games prizes, Douglas Arnajl church ..organist I the actual method of weaving ha- I "
there will be door prizes, table All Friday and Saturday ;
I Formerly pianist for the never changed. things arewoven
bridge prizes special bridge prize she will demonstrate the by the basic system of Feb. 11 12:
I and other awards, Mrs. Robert ft
.. I has strument with five special crossing of the "warp, or lengthwise Roy Roger and "TrlRKer
announced. I
s.wr..n bers and background accompani threads, by the "weft" (n) In IV
Vernon Beattie will call th. fl'
ments. woof In a loom.
1DQQlNGTHINGSWRE MR WASHING games in the main dining room. Also participating in the Samples of Col. Fishback': worl "The Old Spanish Tra!"' t
Bridge tables will be In
set the
up shown to the
WELCOME Aft RECEIVING gram will be the Kentucky Military were group. They Also -
As private dining room and those Included\ man's suit linen to"
Institute choir, directed by a ; News .
PRETTY VAeENTINE! Cartoon Shock"Recording
A wishing to make up a foursome Mrs. Garner Powell; the church's I els with lace weaving; an especially if'
may call Mrs. Vincent Dixon MM. male clever cocktail apron, woven : "Numcry KhymeV
quartet consisting of H. E.j
Barry Wlmbl h. Mrs. A. W, More- I I with a metallic thread, a'1(' und My: Funny Valentine"
men or Mrs Frank Fisher some dresses and peasant skirts,I n \
the latter articles made by Mrs.
I Last Minute Sunday and :Monday
}o'I hback.
I A brief business meeting followed Frb. 13 11 q

Flash the luncheon. Announcementwas "Isn't It Romantic" t ,
JOB PRI'1'1NG'Let \
made of a club fashion show. I
BecaiMe 1he intent non at :\Ir'l" which will be held at the Ken Youthful Romance full' of
THE GONDOLIER do your Douglas IbAa" *ud to be rushed tucky Military Institute -gymnam chuckles and laughs
to 'SftArltsl i Bospital last, on Thursday evening Feb. Starring
printing. Just phone 3131. night the scheduled dedicationof 24. Veronica Lake, :Mona Freeman \
the First Baptist Church's I The next meeting will be held a' Billy De Wolfe, :Mary lUtrfcn '
I new organ hm been railed off Duke's Dining Room In Nokomis Also -
for Indefinite Feb. 23. The club presi- Comedy News tartoon
an period. 1
f1/'U1in"IN-/1,19Uih1,' ;; '. R". '. IL . at p.m. \ I
; The announcement WIle made dent, Miss Arita Graves, stressed Recording: "Old :MacDonald ,
by Rev. I). Campbell Crawford, I that reservations for members and Had a Farm" and "An Old
pastor of the church, as this guests must be made with Mrs Magnolia Tree"TUPS.
Sale 30* off : Motion of the Gondolier was goIng Duk on or before Fob. 22 in order -0--
to premi. Exact nature of the I to attend the luncheon.
Wed Tbum..
illness of the baby, George,
IiJ bhout one year old, could not be Feb. 1(1( 18 17
2633Sarasota 2529
( February It February MOn immediately determined.The "Fort Apache"t '
minister aid a new dedication Phone
date would be selectedand Dramatic Heroism of Tbur +
ECORD ALBUMS : Forefathers '
announced later. lie explained -
Ambulance Starring :
.. the ffft'ln4InyW sot I
t" heldHI>-ut Mra. Arnall, whois John Wayne, Henry Fonda r4

I On SINGLE RECORDS . . 20 per cent Off the church organist. ServiceDay Shirley Temple, Grant Withers
II Victor McLaughlin, Guy Kibbe i

I ,. .. or Night -AIMO- ,
Display Models Ii Zeigler Q. H. Jtauer."nl m '* *4 'It' ,,.? Latent News Events .::
Bellamy and Rev. D. Campbell Prompt and CourteousROBARTSSHANNON-' Recording "Ke Mo Xi Mo" aid'
Crawford Miss "A LIP Bird Told BW ,
: and two soloists "
Nadine Hayes and Mr. Bellamy. tiI
Recordings Courtesy cf
.1.1It \o Charge or Offering
J7.V to : Alpha Music Shop r
Reg. $39.9.1
A dedicatory prayer will be of- Funeral Home i I '
I fered during the ceremony by the
BUY AT HOME! BUILD YOUR OWN CITY! .' Rev. Mr. Crawford. The programIs

[ We will always match "at Home" the Price you would pay In .1 i scheduled to start at 4 p.m. The 1
public is invited and thrre will be
Larger Towns. no admission charge or offering HOUSEWIVES WANT 'EM I
.1 taken at the service.
ALPHA Mrs. Arnall's selections \\'i include I
MUSIC SHOP ::1 Handel's "Prelude in C,"
Schubert's "Serenade" Thome's S1-1.-WE GOT 'E_ I AT LAST

,. _.._, ,_. '_..'_ _..,_ .'._ I "Under the Leaves," Koschat's
"Foryakpn." Biggs' ""What a
Friend We Have In .Te.us" and
rVum'K "Shepherd1 Flute." d'
The KMI choir will be ficc-nv t
I 1.
panlcd b; Cant. Lloyd MillAr of
the school facultv. It will sing
E.try. "Send Forth Thy Spirit." b<'
Schuetky, aid the "T-.venty-Thirt'
r Miss HnwV rr'c-'lni will b'
"My Ta"lc.! by A'hfnrd. while Mr.TTdv .
P'lJnr'' hetir"t AcI'\m "TI'o -
City" A f'VrriR "L""''. I -:'
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Want to r.i A Chrl-tm"'. will' b"
The o-in; by t:-; '..!j C'4- '' "

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VENICE February
Page Eight M, 1

benefits they can gain from an
Beach Casino Gets C of C Membership active chamber. Residents who are COMING
Drive Leaders NamedAn not In business were also reminded -
that they could Join as social
eight-man committee was members and help the chambers
Another OperatorNew named this week by George Ed- work for only $11 a year. FAIR
mondson. new president of the i
Venice Area Chamber of Com- Malicious woods Burning U a I February 26 March 5

Yorker Is Given merce to head a drive for newchamber I crime under Florida laws. It call I
members It f is the'. by a fine\ of up to Sponsored by Venice Lions ClubIIIALEAH'S
be punished ,
Nod at Special Meet first committee he has named I
of to
since taking office Jan. 28. $1 000, a Jail sentence ups
three yean or bcth.LIONS .
I Those appointed were City
Control of the Venice Beach
Councilman Smyth Brohard of
Casino, city-owned property that Smitty's Tavern, chairman; E. J.
hat given municipal legislator Peter of the Venice Electric Co.,
more headaches than happiness C. C. Lowe of Lowe's Grocery
since It was returned to the city Dan OpiMslu of the Valencia Apts., e.
George Devlin of D.V* i Noko-
after being a wartime USO, has
mis Garage. Dick Rich of the
apparently changed hands again. Venice Garage find Service Station .
M. A. Elliotte, who I Is said to Helen Duncan of the Wo
own the Mountain Springs Lodge man's Club and City Councilman
H. S. Bowden of the Venice Food
near N. Y.. began operating Shop. I
the restaurant and other fa
Brohard said last night that Meet T\ffy Thursday Evening
\.llitles'Tuesday He replaces Mrs drive plans would be formulated ut 6:30 o'clock at t'i10" I if Famoit x "
Joseph Schofield, wife of a city next week, but he stressed that he
police officer, who four months Felt all local businessmen should Gulfbrew Hold I I'J

Ago bought the lease held by J, win the chamber 'without wai'liii' VISITING LIONS WELCOME
\ ''Pop Ladd. to be contacted" because of the nnim.iMm J) Y

The New Yorker is understood
to ban purchased Mrs Schoficld's

lease. Exact status of the arrangement Close Saturdays at One i

is not known, however,
since the transfer must still bo THURSDAYMARCH. 3

formally approved by the: city .

council Informal approval I Is believed II. N. WIMMERS Realtor ,
to have been given at a
t-frcial council meeting that was PENINSULAR .TEIiEl'IIONE CO.
"d'cd! so hurriedly last Friday FLORIDA POWER: AND LIGHT
that the Gondolier was unable to WESTERN UNION
cover it.

Promise ('I'ulI'l'l'
Elliotte told the Gondolier Western Union Open on Sundays and Holidays 11 U 12 am. '
that he would be assisted yesterday 51! : 11" I a mf n .go 'farad.d

in operating the casino by his .. _,..... ,.
wife, Mary; their daughter. Dor-
ctny 18, and one of the lattcr's
nchcol friends Eleanor Crandall For Your Florida Home .
cf Grafton. He said they planned '
to clean up" the Birds are paraded o nly once a
restaurant I The only available waterfront lots in this exclusive
Iressijig rooms and other parts of
the building; rent beach umbrel- section with views overlooking both beautiful Dona and t. year .
e las, backrests and. chair, and do I Venice Bays. -
'everything possible" to attract I This Is connecting land between Enchanted Isles and .
the bettor class of people to the t '.
bca h.The. Point 0' Palms Estate, located on Sunrise Drive In ('ra
new operator also said he N'okomts. Lots are restricted to minimums of 100 ft. of r .
I was a retired mechanical engineer waterfront and 200 ft. In depth vVt. ..

and still owned a Detroit High land County Taxes only Riparian rights V
firm that makes Industrial Yauun ,
: cleaning and street cleaning and Title Insured. Uniform setbacks to preserve .tjje ;/, ,. '

equipment.of PennnKami A graduate of and the Dr University -.rtl -- beauty of the views.REASONABLY PRICED. i..il. *"v/] IF U t in logo( Sink k e

University, both, of Philadel- ... ::
he Only 1100 ft. available. See your local broker or 'eill <
phia, petered the hotel business
two years ago when he obtained E. G.' ENGMAN .
the Mountain: Springs .. The Kentucky' Derby of the
ledge. UP li a member of the KI- (Owner)
11.X wami and Engineering clubs ofT POINT: 0' PALMSGKOMI3: : : FLORIDA South
>-:troll. Phone Venice 2731 "t. .., ..: ?
The operator slid his family ,

have moved into aki apartment ............-....-..... ...... :.......,...-..- ..........-.. -. '
r ;bovc did thr nor casino! explain) Mn her:chDfel'lnho reason| E iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiii( IIIIIIIiIIIIII 1111111IIIIiIlllillillllllilllilllllllllllllllllllil111111!\ \ 111111111111111111111111Illllllllllilllllllllllllllllll

r for Billing, had been authorized to ,
use. the apartment but did not
The entire l lease has a little jy;A
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=C J't" The careless nand of Venice Beach makes it ideal r? Fishing facilities are unmatched in Venice.

F for sun bathing.
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= Itf: The Venice Beach Casino provide dressing; room.. ;r 7' A fine coif course ii available for your plraourr.

=_ soft drinks and food for nun bathers! and swimmer '.
South Worth
*' 12:30: A.M. 3.25AM. a.if" Smart rrody
C shops and cvcellrnt restaurants are
5.15 9.15:: A.M.A.M. 5:25 5:00 A.M.A.M. jsr ft?* City oars Ices are good In Venice. to serve you. '

11:10: A.M. 11:15: A.M.
*4.15: P.M. ((2)) 2:00 P.M. Yf Real estate price are..reasonable In Venice
SOO P.M. 2.15PM: '
6.30 P.M. 7:15 P.M. .
(1) 8:15: P.M. 11:18 P.M. BUY. BUILD LIVE IN VENICE
Fort Myers omy. = ; ,
(1, Thru Englewood. "
(2)! To St Pete via Ferry. DIRECTLY ON THE GULF OF MF.'UCO"I'

Unmarked South goes to MiamI. .
Unmarked North goes to Tampa. = I
and points north. '
All Buses Leave. SEE

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A Nice Place '

For Nice People .: "

T Completely Furnished with<<;Cottages Available T 1 I:

1-Picture Windows1 -Three-Way Ventilation '
Overlooking Bay 5-General Electric Kitchens
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2-Private Baths in All Units 6-Electrically Heated !hx,

3-braid Service 7-Daily Linen ChangesFacilities

for Fishing, Boating,

Bathing, Other SportsFor


Drive 11 miles
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VENICE CONDOLIi. Friday, Irebruary
Page Ten EdItOrial ,
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Published every Friday. Editorial and business office. 313 West ;

Venice Avenue, Venice Florida P. O. Boa: 83%. Phone Venice 3131. i
Entered second-class matter Jan 6, 1946 at 'th* post office -tf Venice Gondolier
.t Wnice. Florida under the Act of March 3, 1879. WAS NAMED FOR Dear Sir:
fOl'l6.' WA514,44T00CAND, Ifw
-1i1F ONLY tTAII NAMtP AMR It U not my custom t.'r
A PKEflPFMI H WA' OHCVom ten to newspapers
,N 41 iIt PART Of' o>4 Trw rroi / want my name Used.and I

Subscription rates: One year, $2.50; six months, $1.50; three condition exists in How

months, 75c. Classified advertising rate 2 cents per word., first 20 4 ./ ; ,rte e think should not be Venire toera| you
words; I cent per word for each additional word. i 1 t" r1a our officials seem Unlikely IDtru

---- I AI anything about It. although

PETE S. CONOVER .?...."...... .. .. .. .. .. Editor and Publisher i have reason to know of It'e

JANET T. COXQIER M'M', ... ........... ...... ... ..... Office Manager ance, so I hope:>> to bring it t

HOWARD K. BRILEY no ." ....". .. .. .. 'M' .... Shop Foreman I k a d 14 r ;Y ''r II IiF1 tatrw.Iti 1ier.He attention through the
? tf ;y
1/ 'Sl The condition Is
7uRP Nt/NE AID ROS/N PRODUCTION tlon of continued
COMT FROM TMt PINES W RAYON our zoning laws by i
Here Don't Miss It! lation
Opportunity WNIC/4 GROW M TNi souT.I-. jFROM WOOD ot extra apartment
16416 If CALLED THE NAVAL 1 kitchen facilities In '
a' Pole or*- Id'fir
After getting a Mow start thot belled most published reports about *OR41MAeW fOR* mtuC'teBECAUfi 7011 Peters AMP 4-S?' 4 p';1" 11a/G' zones. I have been told

tho "boom" rn Florida' west coast, the winter tourist "season" at TAR WAS USED I H4TDE BUUPIttjOf / whole set of such apartmen
SAiPf. GEORGIA TOPAV 1 been installed in a large bo
lost ,scent lo be here. Venice hotels that were nearly empty through- UAtwe o *. IN eaoeucT104 the west end of Venice Ave. FtGt

cut January were suddenly filled with visitors early this week. And 1 1I C? NAVAL STORES. I understand U in a Residen t

while transient checkouts left numerous vacant rooms hotelmen nay cone and I have also bee

reservations for the next few weeks are coming In totter than they that the new owner of a ho
Ponce d" Leon has
had hopej for. I FROM THE BARRACKSVenice ond apartment with Installed full k,

This is welcome, news to Venice businessmen who have been I facilities in his upstairs d

meaning and groaning about lack of patronage since we look over tin Friendship the fact that this Is i violatl

GcnJolier last rummer. They should now be able to increase their Makes Time Go FastBy our Zoning law and the cd
some time ago expressly |In|
volume enough to make up their pa.f losses and to prepare for the FRANK HANSHAW ed hftn he could not do so.

:ran days that will come next bummer unless a successful "hut Now I have nothing pe
Editor Anvil
mcnihj" vacation campaign is staged. Kayemcye against the persons responds
With KMI'a first month in Venice already over, most of the cadets -
these violations. But I do
Please note turnover, that we said SHOULD: in that last sen v
tence. wonder where all the time has gone. It seems Just like yesterday to their flaunting of the r<
That's quite different frcm WILL.
when we arrived at the Seaboard Station after Christmas vaca-; lions that the rest of us art|
What we mean Is that the opportunity exists for businessmensmart posed to observe. It be
tlon. It's a good sign though because it shows the members of the may
enough and aggressive enough tj take advantage of it. These the law Is unreasonable, but |
are really enjoying themselves. A great deal of our enjoyments 111 0
\sill profit from our temporarily increased population by improvingtheir corps it should be changed. Until

window displays, KEEPING THEIR PRICES AT A REASONABLE due, I might add, to all the little done, the city council and its
things the people of Venice are] heaved a nigh ot''relief.; employees especially the tIng
LEVEL everyone
keeping their establishments clean, improving their
doing for us, like giving us rides Senior class ratings and the semester Inspector are dereln
ervlce, increasing their advertising and doing everything possible to to the beach attending our pa.rades honor roll will be published their duties when they 'do nc

make our visitors! WANT to patronize them. etc. I know I speak for thewhole next week, as soon as results force these regulations.. The)'

On the other hand, those who merely sit back on their duffs, waiting school when I say we all cf the test ale known. The fourth not say they do not know o

for tourists to seek them cut and pour money into the tills, will appreciate Most unusual this very even much.this week grading period the which produced ended Ju.tprior the violations tlon and either installation for all of cow
to exams
end the "season" much disillusioned. They may: get some increase in was a current affairs test, held largest honor roll, so far this apartments must have i bu'

business simply. because of the law of. averages but it will bo far less Wednesday under sponsorhip ofTime year. The number on the roll was permit before the workers I G

than It might he. They will lose thousands of dollar in sales to Magazine. The test consisted 85.: or 26 per cent of the school.As That notifies the city clerk
of a series of questions about the building Inspector ,,'h>
aftermath of the exams,
mere aggressive. an
competitors here, in Saras6ta. in Punta Gorda and
and if
that took during and where
world events place the KMI band planned

summer Is tolOlIand\ what litte they do get ,Is drained off. A prize book or a 12-Inch world last Saturday evening. right to Issue a permit. In fi
I party
The sad thjrjg about it, too, is that most; of those who "miss theboat" globe will be awarded to the cadet --- think they should he discs! i
who makes the highest score. If 1 they do, and let someone
will l1e'c'r'understand
why. They will' blame business
genera* and a prize will also be given tothe CHURCHES knows and enforces the law
Conditions tightfistednea" of visitors! : I
"stupidity" of "natives top scorer In each of the their place.

ineffectiveness: advertising forgotten weeks ago this "gosh-awfiil l hool's four lasses. The sam. VENICE-NOKOV1S METHODIST Name Wlthhe

town" in fact, everything, but their inertia and Ignorance of sound test is being given In more than CHURCH Venice,
business practices.We 30 other independent schools in Bar Point Nokomis (Editor's Note: We do not
39 states throughout the country. George L. ll.rper. Minister whether the violations referr
hope nope of our friends will be in this group. Neverthelessit (:43 >.m. Sunday School. writer actually exist Ifdo
Hair Combing Prevails II s.m. Morning Uor.hlp. by the
will probably be.best for the rest of Venice if the unfit do disappear The cadets also had something 1:41 p.m., Youth Fellowship we feel it is indeed a II!

from the picture Their places will eventually be taken by those bet- beside the test "taken" this week T:Sll .m. Evening itrvlci.Wrdnodny "Id-.... latter and that the eo
7 :au p.m.,
ter able to give our visitors what they want, and the town will there It was pictures for the Saber prayer und long service.Englewood should look into It at once.
CMIs The were Services writer "'e have no
yearbook. photos the
by be in iti
fight for successful stable
a economy. m ade by the Saber photographicstaff ID a.m. Sunday School Miss lotto against anyone who Is respo
with the assistance of a professional Lamiip. ou for violations. But we do
S p.m. Church f.rvl.
Just Plain Selfishness photographer from .Sara- that such actions will depr

ota. There was so much hair- FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH the value of property in the
\Vhile combing and posturing around the! Cor. Na on the subject of business conditions, we'd like to say Just Venice .A'
i word in parsing about those who maintain they do not want Venice place you'd have thought it was al I). Campbell < rae'for Hollywood movie set. 10 a m. Fumliiy School o prices for "B" zone
to grow. The week actually started off 11 am. M.., lnll'onhlp Brrvlcrli This truth is extremely Impo

Our opinion of these people is that they are Just plain selfish with the season's second dress parade Training: p.m.Unl..Junior an. Young People's In a community that wants t

Their attitude is dictated by the fact 'hat they have "made their pile" last Sunday. Held In honor I 'SO p m. Lvrnlnf neivlrt.Wpdnwlay tract substantial citizens. TB
of t Louis Suter mayor of Venice T-1 p.m. MM-weck Pray charge of our municipal we
and no longer have to concern themselves with earning a living if It; saw the corps reviewed by the T Service and Bible Study. will do well to impress It on

they ever did. Yet \lh'n they come to Venice they expect those of us mayor and Lt. Col. Thomas WooJ-! ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL memories.)

wbo are here to provide them with moving picture theaters bowling yard, head of the school's ROTC CHURCH -0-

alleys, good stores, newspapers and many other facilities for their! taff. Company "B" was given the! Riviera St. and Palermo Place To the Editor
Dr. Leonard W. S. Btryktr.
award for having the best
COmfort. Gondolier
Minister In Chart Venice

It is hardly] fair to expect these things, while wanting the town to during Sunday the also ceremony.saw the fourth in II I<:I5. m.a-m.Morning Sunday service School., Dear Sir wife: and I are visitlnK1Ice

stay ,so small that those of us who provide them will have to struggle our series of Evening Vesper faculty My the first time and
constantly: to exist, with the grim specter of business failure forever talks. The speaker was Capt. CHURCH East Vralre OF Avenue COD It Is a lovely little city. We1 I

hanging over our heads. That Is the sort of attitude that has led to) 0, D. Stultrenberger, who hat nev. I.. D. Jernigun Pastor to be able to buy a home and
been at KMI since 1928 hasn'tmilised 10 s.m. Sunday School. I retire next :
revolution, communism and ;socialism In other countries, and to the a day of school since -that 11 a.m. Preaching. tie here when the W

formation of the labor unions that now have so much arrogant power I time, and is the author of the 1'3 p.m. PreachinoTuenday We have been all over have **'
7 .0 think we
: p.m. Prayer Meeting. and
in the U. S. Thank God only a contemptible minority feel. that way KMI Victory March. Alma Mater Thursday, 1 :30 p.m., Young ".op"'s place with as many natural I
about it! and Senior Pledge. His subject lervlce.Friday. .. beauties as vei
wall entitled "The Courage to Live T.' p.m.. benefit nipper. ?'. and
To be frank, we do not want Venice to grow too large either. Weg do- not like one
Bv. and
:Much of the city' charm would disappear for us if it were to get as Another event last Friday was VENICE CATHOUC Eplpha y) CHURCH though. That is the in dirt the

large as say. Sarasota or similar communities. But we don't thinkit the dedication of the Venice Recreation Naaaai at Tampa Arcane sometimes found office an
band Venice leading to the
KMI fur
Park. The
unreasonable for those of us who have cast our lots here to wantit Rev. C. U Elil.nder, Pastor front of some ot the stores
nished music for the program after 9 '.m. Mais.ASSEMBLY. III
to make an orderly, controlled pogress that will lead to a com gathering a large crowd by Main Street. Last Sunday disl'ls

fortable, secure living for all. marching through the streets. The Of COD CHURCH was 10 bad that it peoplethe

band was led by Capt. Garner Venire(Pentecostal By-Way. Nekeails and I am sure many not

Rowell, who had big musicians R-v. C. D. Tniltt Pastor same way. w.
[ Taxpayers League a ThingAlthough practice for the concert all last to II a.m. Sunday School. who Is responsible something but I1

week, despite the fact that semester T:10 a.m pm.Morning Evening service, they should do I
nothing has been heard from them lately, we hope there exams were being; held. This pint Sunday In every service quarter Communion Yours truly. .
will be more to report In the future about the local property owners again shows the fellowship and lervlee.Tumdsy. and Feet washing at evening MR. and AtR3VaEditor's

who last month took first steps toward forming a Venice Taxpayer's friendliness that KMI feels toward T:30 p.m. Prayer meeting. Note: We have D
the people "f Venice. Friday T:.u p.m. Prayer meeting ( several
League.It Exams Over the same condition 1
Is a healthy sign when the citizens of a community become Interested Speaking of exams, these wen CHRI8TUV" sriKNCE: 8EEVICE9 ourselves However, knot busla

enough In civic affairs to give themselves an organized voice completed Saturday morning and Sunday 4 At p.m Civic Center the proprietors of the .ttera

b. Such voice can.do much to dig the facts on which public opinion referred to make every -
a up clean
ence throughout the country, and are rearded a* part of the American keep their premises
can be based, and to make that opinion effective way of government They act as a check or balance to prevent of them, sweeping their store III

One city councilman told us he felt formal organization' of the errors on the part of elected officials, who after all are only human; sidewalks u many The II blame

a, league would show; a lack of confidence in the Judgment of the council they help the officials; -determine what public opinion Is on give: more times a day so tbeOgn

If this Is true, It Is the fault of past councilswhich, we ore topics; In some places they act as advisory groups when budgets ,are ly lies on their those candy ..

told, sometimes conducted their business in a manner that, Justly or prepared, legislation ii drawn up, etc.; and they also are a deterrent to other throw wU on the croune!.f

unjustly, created suspicion In the minds of the general public. to "undercover" dealt that sometimes are encountered In politics. they need moveis. How I

'o We do not believe, however that the present council should feel I,, The role of the Venice league, we believe will be determined I find a eooperation..

Ute organization reflection wi them. Similar groups are In exist. pretty much by the actions of the council Itself. IHUexmortmM ntir. and \ font)
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!Instant charge 0 wordt., 26 word 1 cenU.Mitt e.cb'= :

WOMAN to sell food IU,,. SEND a Vel"nttnr -------------------
Gs, earn ISOO POT month by end ord. Sing. Play or Talk vryatinv nn a "'Co I WELL r I
.. month Teaching, lunlnr. or shop Alpha Muaie n""e on train ESTARLtRIFD.' moult 1>..1. LOAN WANTED A COMPLETE
.tIrPt of
... hrlpful Mot not rli n.friti able. V.r.lot. a..n.
box UN Venice
[ Box 2%. ale! Gondolier Von.UTrCIA GENERAL 87. .nlre. Fla. Kirtunlty to Gondolier hiu an lot. REAL ESTATE SERVICE
ave 7it
HAULING and over | ) If It can
Yard work. Muck, contracting. 17SED FURNITURE refinance one of lu rapital debts
Pete Ed..e. Phone fell dirt, shell.I sand.: Ica Trading W all id'v Ven' Innediately. A first Twrtnife In. .
with experience needed 2612.I post, :3.7 i. Roles' Rental. .
Salon, Call Venice 2811. D bases 2603 venunent at six per cent annual Ire
Sauty tenet la
then-fore offered to any 1'.
either INTERESTED In Flood masonry. nSIIINO cal person Interested In a sound prop Coveting the FORT MYERS AREAalt
brick or block TACKLE and Marine oaR Ion that :
LOST Venice 1.1u.CONCRETE. wurk, call I. K. Halt plies. by a Io""n who known Sup.liartain"ss P&...... Lena will than aim 4.000 help needed your new, hut* all of SOUTHWEST FLORIDA Ma* .
PU. cat homes to beautiful riverfront
fcAw Hoist F.ulp..1, taunt act at once. See, write ur phone
<2,0< :' 0" tie Trail. o .t1i. end of Ni.'...'.. Pete Conover at Gondolier office Coastal location Including haprv.-
Gold Bulov wrist w tcn. Jin WORk tnoeking.Lrair eil and unimproved noplcal lalanda, baoof'properties
knlrj, c Av*. Mrt. George Phil- Adorian Phone Venice 3,461. '4 FOOT Inboard motor boat GooJ fishing loiutei. bin. .
124, Venice. ondlll..n. $250.00. Phone Venice low. LEGAL NOTICES opportunities and income setups, 10._
Cottrell inn motor eourti, trailer camps hoUla.operating '
Ea't' SEPTIC Pilot Nave MAPLE Setter. also studio ,uu.h'; both ranches, forms and grows to .
Modern CLEANING with 8 rnibkmal Quirk Lags and mall tracts or land tocomplete A
ANNOUNCEMENTSAOOUNCFMENT Inlft4 I'bom"pnmpinr alpm.n' Work lNa. .1. Phone 2fiU. 1'II..m: CIUCI'IT COURT OP THE rental service Send for ,_
Farasota :1-22 or Venice lIOY'S Bicycle. is I wood TWELFTH Jl'lllflAL CIR( I'IT OF dm-riptive. folders and maps of this trop
415.00. 'Phone loll lOr 222.I' coalitku THE "TA TIC Of VIOR1104 IN AM; lest section,
redroand Lawn
LM don't think I you enourhI washing. sewing muchlnei m"'tro.. shmpeina.love..1' OI.DSMOBII.E:, A.I .condition,. IV CHANCERYCARL
:: Monday come for orchmtr'pr cL news Quire al II JFFFCOTT REALTY iVVESTMENTu"
and tool. A B oar.
nknrMl" Saturday 10. ...... at A). Trail at Snag C. A. Lomb. off the C. OllfNDORF mid H.I.KV l. ..
| gate Store. Harbor I "UNO. used I yna.l .ndltl"n. Alph MltKIOI.F.; husband and wit, rt a.1 907 First Street Fart Mytn, Florida

tj THE GONDOLIER do yourdog. FOR ALL ;- nf floor en' 'II'.I N'tnc Shop. I __ riuliitifrH "Everything In Real Entate"' ...

Just phone 3131. Ave. Or ..ll Ham Whnhi.h' at M53.Miami I dittos mv wnnvor train a.I.and anal cellar?for? BL.F.. REALTY 'OKI'., et al.Dei. for Doth the USUAL and UNUSUAL. t

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AWN \ (1 ? hedge cutting. > orBABY 116 1. Caw No. 0196SIIMMOVO "
Call Calvin Holder V.nl., 3771.REAL .
FOR QUICK RELIABLE i I miOir.Y hair ....!,.. M .radk,, THE STATE OF HOH1UV, with ROOM HOUSE. frame eomtructtnt. !
and seven bets In Ne.komia. (2. 00. Alan
CALL root Karen I. .
i SERVICE. Lintel All .
-- rear Ninomist H.r..no claimliiK ..Inh'. large
any r'vl.l lot
corner In
Hay Point Tclet
> wM
ESTATE FOR SALE Ha. U. S. 41 title, or lnten..t in, IK. Mr..
or a piston, it" J. b. holly at 2 W for .,runn..-
VenicePIumbing i WIG SUPER Useluya' Ford vauim oai,. real pkrt thcrMif property h' ruin duwnbtil. ur any filial
WATFR Fnmta-c nr loon roOnt ,,all' n.;, iiriMiuly, ,wend, jrrotc.r and bud like Defendants, Greotlninilm
new. The An'.b"roL. Nokcmiln. Ph..n.I ,
I Shop beautiful Lemon IIR> All In-iirmH. two, 3765. \ ,, anhinhy lotifM that a I""" ROOFINGRoof I
i ho...... itrliatiIN.M hnrb.r Amm.xl.matply .' ..,.- |tnt IIrnlf Phone 2152 7 1.2 acre Friend .,rhl. Ham s;.1 I In the Circuit Court for Sanw.ta Coon.t I. Work of All Klnd6ALVIN 1'1
Venice Fla.DESIRABU. LEGAL NOTICES ?- Florida nrn'n.t aM ivrwnii cli.iin.nc
"' any .mate right title IT Interest In, or P. JONES I
n I Ir. RiEE. 'Ae a IFn : SELECTION of buninen. lii.n upon the follw'nr .1.,1..1| | nut Phonm: Bus. 2873.: Home 2981 "
and residential sates In city of Venice l-I proiwrty situate In Sarasota rmipiy .
by cmnM If Interested ."....., you in NOTICE OF INTENTION TO Flori.la., t" ..ilt ;;
iMtiiata. Address Box PS. Venice. Fla. RKMMKIt UtTITIOIS NAME 8 1.2 ..r the S 1.2 ..r the NW 1.4 of
The Undo"I1'.1 "..... Steely. .ertifo. the NW 1.1 of Section .. Tovtn-hi. Vi
LOTS 6.7. point-O.I'elm. tract IOn. that h. e"nduelirf a pnoltry buuoesat Rotate Rnnrt II Foot: Rnra".lji (',,"n.
Trail North Nokomis! !Mm C. R. SintI Allan
\- Hurd Nukomu, Florida. undo. ty. Mnridai
! II! It I! er-. rear Nokomis Cnxirt; Nokomis the I i,r.UlVys'mV'rKITr' Aim

v MODERN- eTmcnt:;; FARM 8 1.2 of ho NW '.4 of I the NW 1.4 BattleshipROOF
2 Hc.lrcK.ni ,
!bl.a! and that .aic| firm M .inuwd of 111 '
: t ( .mi. In Knirli-oiicnl: Nice view i.f Pat fcilliminir |Hr...n vi n nand pin.uf .Totnship
t Quirk iKifwliit.. On ""'f. '".. I.? n."'" rmiikniv In A. fiillnitm
I iiith ..r Aln''.'... Food \1",k.ot. leak ("r Thomas .:. }:.I1J.. Afire Road,. Nc.kuIni County, Florida.and COA'yNGNO
I J. 8. r.alnrt and Son .L-sa. *. rh.ritla.; you are hen by required, In fIV withthe
I Clerk of raid Court wr'lti-n!
'I- your aipcaranre -
YOUR CAR ;I I.,. .. ttwner.huy. of KH.iy'n: Hen Fruit Fair tl (pemonfct, or toy attorney) In
.j :: R"l"7. new rn. IrA ll N fcilltnimThnniH. IfUSS0 FUSS
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II { o. Phone 101 H. K4.lv. 10" Raid pri er dinir, on i.r hi fori* the 2Nl
HI! tiny of Kobniary, A n. and thin
ny In |.ly\ M the
;. I OUR HANDS Ii '''''' : rink uf the Clr.-c.it Omrt, In and foe after to file with sold 1 Clerk stoup wilt.
FiirB...tM Cciuiity rlorl.la.; tn nvUtcr the I ten defrneo. If any lot the fill of font.
: "Bear" for : i I aid .HUH ,,f HIKE'S HhN rrflli r Plaint at the time prncrlln-d. hy I lux.
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You Money rnd ;'.!',..I. lm>. ,,f H, ri'a. A.'l. :,l 1941. or Intel-rut In or Iko upon. Ihe fclve
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ul IU Hi. Hi-ri-ln fail not or Judgment Kill be intor"
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Complete Brake Service I I II :. aid Court at Fara,nta. Mori-la, tl.n 19
a I cheaper, day i.f January. 191 ).
Notary I* hereby ITIVIMI that under ant
a > Lubrication I liy virtue lOr and pursuant ." the tinalIhim SEAII An Clerk of thealiove
f Standard Oil Products II c r n.nd.'r.d on the Slit day of Jan- .t>led 4-ourt CALL 3377
l I ..or,. KMII. l.y the Honorable LYNN fly I'REETON KNAPI1Diiiii'y
II I Chrysler products Service .1.1I ( it I, <. :J(41.1I, Judge i.f the Circuit Court In Clerk!
e -I I I and for Snratuta County, Florida, in that M. A. Rra...'elt I!, Geo. A. Williams :
' WALT pertain ratter therein tMn.lintf' whirtliHKMNK Atty. for Plaintiff t
For and
Delivery REALTY fOMFANY. a Torpor Publish I Jan. 21. 2*. Feb. 4. II. IUI!!.
lotion in plaintiff and NUK1K U I'F. .
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:Page Twelve VUICa: OONDOLIJEHI 1 iday, February I1

2nd Annual Cage "Daawoocr Dog Is Hero

Indians Tie for LeadKeglers "DalWOOd mongrel
by Mr and Mrs, Grsham OW

Tourney to StartThe rha.eed of the from Palm a Haven Cotlag Fren

a hiring hero this gangling eloll'1
second annual championship Frollclng on week

match by 154 pins. Actually, Naples Loss Puts basketball tournament of the cottage with .S near
Prove I I of
d ren, the e
Dystven and' Jossart won their Everglades High Schools Athletic! dog suddenly left
first five by that toad, and I y youngster and began
Story A Lie this weeks games victory gave them a Conference will be held in Venice a clump .., Adult balking, l
On and Saturday leach first on
total of 3893 against their opponents Venice Top next Thursday Friday at though It
3624 for the 10 games 'I another of the up', j
Determined to prove that newspaper ales but idlosYne
stories sometimes HP, Joe League Play This WM decided at meeting ho refused finally Investigated IV
-lonart and Tony Dseven, star In the week Men's League plAY After VictoryPlaying ot conference official last Saturday What to .top.
Venice keglers, blasted out 111- Tuesday at the Bovvlakade the I I at Ft. Myers Junior High I foot diamond they found back was a the
pin victory! over Saraiota Nick Venice' Eloctricj pushed to a sev rattles
School, Ft. Mycr, according to apparently
Apone and Perm McCaw In the en-game lead by taking three In Everglades hold been dr
last Friday t'n onto the
Coach Charles K. Gaud cf beach
second round of a 10 game series a row from Venice Food Jo sarl's tha brush by a ties
last Sunday at the Venice B>wla- numbers stayed in second, although the Venice-Nokomls High Venice-Nokomis tiign School HIS killed fire T The deadly reptile
thty I lost three to tho School Indians: annexed their 10th team was winner of last year1 mcy JaCk Spbai ,
kade.With Djsevcn rolling 1011 and Englewood Merchants. Earl's Ga- basketball win of the reason by tourney three- rattles in the rroll'd It
Tos.art {'2R, the Venetians had a rage took two front Venf Furniture earning a 42-23: victory over the Six teams will play in the tour Whether
T)37: total ngain--t the eiit-of- while Smlttys Tavern beat Everglades High squad. nament, with two games scheduled warded with'Dagwood WII
tip.vnera' 1824 Aponc, supposodKji the Adirjan: Truckers by two After a low start that found for each night at the Kentucky reported. extra bones was
higher average bowler than after rolling an extra frame to the two teams evened up at 10 Military Institute gymna-
*.}\m\cn could do no better than I break a middle-gam.- tie. John I'Hch'he'l the first quarter ended sium Since Venice and Naples arc m
.UO-J iind! McCaw wa opp"d nt Shockey's 213 took high single and! the offense of the Venice bo 3 the conferences two top teams on
t;.'\ I Gul Curwo'/d'a 644 the neries began to roll. At the halfway the basis of their seasons standings -
Die mach helped give; II lix: In the Mens "B" League in mark tie local team led 33 to 1!, they wrre seeded in the
Ie'll Gondolier story the lie. in Mtnnday Edmond Farms hmket -I and from there on out they continued upper and lower brackets at the Special forSportsmen
ilmid Mofv had 1'\' lo"iTARPON :' I \ kept on top despite a twosame to mark them up ititing and the remaining teams
/ loss to Venice Radio, whUhin Ralph Adrian I played a Stella I : drew for the remaining positions.Tourney .
in second place Third-siKt game under the basket and rtroiI ,)-I ScheduleIn
I Greens; Fuel stayed there bv' drey,i I pod;:; In five goals for the evening the opining round, Naples !
ping; J & J Aircraft In two. after
Earl and
of 10 points HArry
high Will! play Alva at 7:30: pm Thursday ; -'
alrm'n"on the first. Shock.oyhad :
C E N'rl'FPTide I Lnniui each added seven point l
both high singles and hi;!gh and Venice will meet Boca
series wi'I h 111 And I Z7.I piece.The lruJiIl" virtorv over Grande at 9 clock. On the follow.
I! ing night, Everglades will meet \
Tables OaU luifup I;\i'rgli tt"<4 give: them a ktiml-
the winner of the VeniceBocaGrande
In the Uomcn. Leaguecd- l':V of ""\ei wl'ii find two los..
7:30 while La
game at : ,
VENICE IMFTtTunti : lesdav Srnlt') t Tavern kept first se% In the Everglades: ; Conferdiee -
f pace' for the third week In a row' And since Everglades HIRI| I Belle will play the NaplesAlvawinner
Rasa rorrertitn) from the "K' at 9. The fmalit will be
hj taking two Quo Dulled u fciirprlw h}' defeating
I and the Venice; Electric Petticoats jHjed at 8 pm Sattrdaj
Huh to. I I 'ague lending Naples this we"h, A
*','I.I, 11! I hung onto second place despite a the \'pnieeidor.v.' nuts the liml A post-conference innovation
',. II :11 pm three.gan e Ms to Dysevens, tenm In n tie for the ron- Jus year will be a banquet in
1 I" I" ,!I
8m Texaco Bernie 179 honor of the winning team. ft
gals Potabys
i,r 31'S: ,.... I ftrenei* lend 4.
Lnl :
win the best single! but will be held Mar. 11 at tho La
f' 'J' ,'I.b. 11 U,aM 8m 7:4' ampm game In a preliminary game at Evcrclades -
2, < It, nor.I Ruth Kuvkendall ..13all the I Pails Gault led the local, Belle High School, where both
I n.. F*, K 1.a:' "M 11:22 rm best series Ve-"Vo.HI Pouavn to a 21 to 8 season trophies and "all tourna-
3 N1 pm 7:1Ppm TheIt'rchanl'' League last victory over the Everglades Ussier ment" medals will be Awarded
f n'.. 1,4., a I Iat. am .:i1 sin. I night 8.11the Venice Department Patsy accounted fey 10 nilnt. Approximately '5 persons are expected -
2i Oi''
,,I.. 1'."" 1', :',X pm 1.1" 0:2" lor.II nmI. Ptire league (leader. lose three In''-, while Marv' Earl was second high to attend. Hart Morris, T
01141 a row' to PDQ Service. Second I corer wi'h six tallies coach at the University of Miami,
I. !r'. F I, 1- :'t;'.; : 0:11 : place: Hodgins Refrigeration took' The victory was the Venice" s\ls' will he. asked to appear a'* featured ,
j 3.41) I". 14:45 nm two from the Boulakade in the second over the Glades pretties speaker
..1- ,'10m aSt: pin4n' ether contest Erne; Peter 207wa Tonight both girls and boys \\'I'h only one conference game
pro 1I1:c p1)BOAT' high single and Duct Legtrd, teams will travel to La Belle remaining for the local squad FREE: Southern Crulslm
-0- 511 the best series I I where they will wind un conference team standings in conference play Guide for rout Owne

I OK Kl';\ r The tunic! "All Stars' had an- play until the tournament to date are as follows: KR IIMIKKMfN
other bad night on Wednesday. here on Feb 17. Both will play seven won, two lost, Venice,
"l 1.1111 Per Day mid t'p ,
sev-I I
Inking two out of three to Sarn- Arcadia In a non-eonfcreme gamest "n won nd two loot: lull line of Penn

Live Bait j losing the first round of their Arcadia on Feb 22 Grande... six, won. and three : I Salt Water Reels
taml Gulf at Sarasota, A Sarasota I-.1.. t' '1' ,,"d 111>(
From s',in 11
Tackle: ABC team defeated a Bovvladrom" lost. Alva, three won and fiv-j
I qiiAd in a neutral alley contest Kaydet Cagers Defeat I lost and La Belle, me won and I Life Preserver. mid

hire on Sunday. ,I I Cadets of Riverside sven lost Life Preserver (iisliiin

From Mini la M!
Kentucky Military Institute'sbusy
I' basketeers, who three
games and lost one last week, add-
ed Riverside Military Institute of FORFISHIJ In 21 1", Rolls
FRED B. KINO OWNER I Hollywood to their trophy belt ruKlERKFI All Site "'
of Punta Oordi! last night.

TAKES PLE\fetr.E WELCOMING: ;G I Tile local cadets defeated the I & ROD REPAIRS
east coast opponents bv a con of
HJPD= A. ST. PHI! LIP 28 to 28 after getting a slow start. Plastic Age
Riverside led 6 to B. At the end of
NEW MANAGERGulfbreeze the first quarter KMI forged In R & R BOAT & EQUIPMEN
front In the next frame, however
f Hotel and despite a Riverside spurt In SPORTING GOODS COMPANY
the last quarter, nrxcr dropped
VENICE bark again. OpieiileeNokoinU: Bank On the Trail 1. Nokon:

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