Venice gondolier
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079934/00158
 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 18, 1949
Publication Date: 1946-1964
Frequency: semiweekly[ -1964]
weekly[ former 1946-]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Venice (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Sarasota County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Sarasota -- Venice
Coordinates: 27.098611 x -82.438889 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 6, 1946)-v. 20, no. 14 (Feb. 17, 1964).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071736
oclc - 01497811
notis - AKR0035
lccn - sn 96027128
System ID: UF00079934:00158
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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[ Pete Firm Program Is Set Senator to
| Carl Thinks Venue Taps I

Rework How l Peal 'Fir watd Work for
ants to. For Washington

Carl Obendorff, owner of the I

Venetian Cleaners Is convincedthat I

usessment Rolls Birthday CeremonyFor the stuff that comes from The ProjectFunds

Venice faucets Is really "fire.

I 1st J PresidentA water." fays he has evidence to
Price Bid Higher for the proposed Hoiia*
prove it, too, in the form of a I West Coast Inland Vmteiway L.i.

;flan Ist| Proposal brief patriotic program in hole burned In the front seat cf lost plans. for which have arotu-

honor of the birthday of George his car by a bottle of the liquid. ed a storm of controversy in Ven. t
Jodng of a prrpcsal from Washington first president of the The explanation before the I Ice have not ben included in
Ailcutt and Associates, Sihnburg United States, will be held at the the federal budget for h.'xt year 1
appraisal firm that bandstand in the Civic C ntcr Woman's Christian Temperance Information to this effect wan

bra to take over the job of re.lining Park at 3,15 Tuesday afternoon. Union decides to picket the waterworks I telegraphed Wednesday to ,[.

Venice property for tax The program will include sounding -. Is that Call lift a Leighton Cornwell publicity dl. ,7

roes highlighted the businessunited of taps by a Kentucky Military five-gallon bottle of innocent, rector of the Venice Area Cntm-
by the city council at Institute musician presentation of ber of Commerce, by U S b,'na.
tap water on the seat
i meting Tuesday night in theMe the colors by KMI cadets readingof tor bpessard L Holland of b.ir
!Center: \\ashlngtons farewell addressb <,f hU car when he parked In I tow The message said "regret

(te proposal was a revision of Bitty Lee Johnston of the sun, And the water acting budget did not include west coast

submitted last year but never mis, and an invocation by like a giant magnifying glass. inland/ waterways In recommends
M upon by the old council. It Fr C L Elslander) of the NOkO'1 concentrated the rays so much lions to congress. ,
g limed by R. L. Dowling Jr., Catholic Church. Oppcim'nti lubilaiit
that they grew hot enough to
per of the firm municipal The ceremony will be sponsored I The news was received jubilantly
and devoted the No Vel Le. set the seat on fire, canal
nltal department, by Post American by those who oppose the
I flies to describing;: the work gion and its woman's auxiliary. Fortunately, the Incident occurred I because the U, S. Engineers have

F I would be done and the term. while Carl was in front commended running it throughthe ;

ppnent Don line appeared at Mobile X-Ray Unit to Make cf the municipal fire station at beach area of Venire Ono
OW> meetings last year, afterHloent a the former Venice Army AirBase nan, who asked that his name be
of the present tax roll Chest Pictures in Area withheld, said he felt it "shoujwt
where he had to haa \''
I I Indicated only complete rcvli gone apparently have sonic people
i would eliminate Inequities Residents of the Venicc-Noko- fire extinguisher filled When in Washington who are conscious

t I fut assessments on a basis mis-Englewood area will have a the blaze was discovered! he Im. of their responsibilities to tin

I reflect present property chance to get their chests x-ra>'. mediately called Fire Chief people,"
M rd free of charge week after Dewey Stephens, who put it out Tills person pointed out that a 1

Me It Is Impossible to sum. next, it was announced yesterday with more water I petition opposing the canal, t

RR. till details contained In thesent I by Dr W L, Wright, Sarasota i claiming that it would "cut the
IU objectives were out.Win County Health Officer I /m mmmm mmmmf am.--. city off from its beaches and eon.

the first paragraph of theleast. The doctor said a mobile unit of struct a small artificial Island butworn
t It said the firm would, :.:.--:.......:. .-----: the Sarasota County Health and Resuscitator Venice and the indication gulf, halbeen of
ik i pirMal: revaluation of the 'Tuberculosis Av-n would bo in I the only formal
] for the 1W! tax rail, establish\ TALKING controls locomotive in Englewood on Feb. 2R, Venice the sentiments of the comnitinity'itaxpayers
usessment appraisal system General Electric Home of Magi( Mar, 1 and Nokomis Mir 2, lie! on the mutter Carry.
yearly maintain the system 1 Show that will be Mage! I Hb 2', unit It cq lipped wth; an xnyl) Saves a Life ; Ing some 70 signature, It wa
1 Bake valuations for assess at Vt'nice-\ok( mis High School I camera that cnabl it to make presented to commissioners of th- fWest
I Sponsor will be tttidi Pour & of than 200 I Coast Inland Navigation
it purposes The price of the I chest pictures more Venice's I new rejusi it itor. Jan. 12.
Bradcnton on
tt for 1 _
.. One of the most
( to the firm plus 25 percent u. i The photos nn taken. Di I"IWright i fund drive by the local Amor beach route Is t'.
kt maximum of $1 000, and of| t Okned; explained. In order to tic.| I an Legion, helped nave the lif,' pone lots Roy of the O. Woodruff Michigan .
rtfor any year after 1949 to feet cases of tuberculosis cancer of a winter visitor In its firstr S. Rep. warned during an informal
lent, phis 25 per cent or $100. littrt trouble and other diseases .t last week. In November
er li greater, The maxl-, For Lions Fair before they develop, too far. Some The visitor was Th mas Reid if hearing"one! man who is nut
b $250 more than the upper!I I Vi cases of tuberculosis and 65 of Canton, Ohio, who had stopped at that to was lit the engineering do. ii
tt contained: in a former pro- Issuance of a permit for the other ailments were discovered In the Venice-Myokka Hotel while going of the government ruin
si Community Fair which the county during last year's mass on his way to MiamI. He had a partment "
I I Venice of this city
I the beauty
Meral of stipulations were Is to be held Feb. 26 to Mir. !sunder \ray program. heart attack while preparing to Reaction
rioned by members of the au. sponsorship uf the local Time irhedulei and nHccs where leave the hotel and was in a crit. Different
to the new
Ke. One of the speakers, for- Lions Club was approved by Hit the unit will he parked will be. seal condition when Dr. James E. A different reaction the commission.ers .
announced nest week B 1Sarge Blades arrived to attend him. was displaced bv
r Councilman Finn W, Casper. council Tuesday night. the
city who favor
will he and others
iaid the firms proposal to The council also agreed to waive ) Bowen Nokomis, Blades Immediately called for voted Wed.
,' chairman in charge cf the the resuscitator and put it In opTatlcn jed. The commission
personal property taxes onMenial the customary fees for the licenceS general send their Chairman,
CSaddU to
in the area. Charles on Reid when It was delivered nesday
property "would P Susn'ar a club spokesmanhad protect to Washington -
of Tampa
chairman and Mai. I'il- by Police Chief Herbert O. Fred Ball
put to taking away peoplesprtead explained that receipts from I Venice to provide
In th" to urge congress
position chief
holds the The operated
He for charitable liam Jonas
ex- used
exemptions" be they
fair appropriation
the controls while the doctor adminli. the $1.800.000
that in the such I Englew'ood. plannedto
pd pant I and civic purposes who beginning had expected TheyUso
tered the patient, was
have been levied against Where the exhibit will be lo. ambulance send Col. A. C. Jones of Jacksonville -
u property only. i cated was not definite, I lust night. STUDENTS IIF\R BANKER to arrived.recover when an formerly with the U. SKnirinoer .

proposal was referred to Susnjar told the Gondolier that, Eanard president of Reid Is recuperating at the *. to urge on early startto
i S now
'Attorney M, A. Braswell for the club wanted to put It on the Robert Bank was Sarasota Hospital.Examination the canal, ,
Ir. after Council President AI'I81elrlst < southwest corner of the Trail and the Venice-Nokomis to address students of The commissioners had hopedto

had told the audi- Venice Ave., but had not Jet se- scheduled school this morning have construction started this
that It was 'just a proposal" cured permission from the prop- the local high assembly Homer to be Held fall They voted on Jan. 12 to have
Mt ready for discussion yet. erty owners. during a principal of the school For Nokomis MailmanAn their engineer, J. K. Mcrrin, begin /
tenured Rev, Alfred Bredeson, The fair will Include concession MikesI'll to describe the negotiations with Venice property
fer of the audience, that tax- brought In by a commercial show said Baynard of the was Florida Bankers examination to fill the position holders to secure Und for the ca.the
la would be given opportunity and a tent for exhibits by local work of rural mail carrier at No. nal's right-of-way through \
their view on the matter merchants. Assn. komls will be held In Venice in beach district. At the time such

| a positive action WM taken, the near future, it was announced Instructed Merrln to make as
en had asked If a public yesterday by the United States changes in the proposed
% would be held Test 'BurgersMayor Civil Service Commission at would be "acceptable and moro

the meeting the counciSigned I Dignitaries Washington, D C. beneficial to the property owner

a new lease on the I The position to be filled, Is RFD concerned. that several ;
w Beach Casino, under which Post deliveryman on a 30-mle route It Is understood
Abandons telegraphedwritten
C, B. have
*w turnout included Col In Nokomis, goes local proponents
operator, M. A.. Elliotte\ The that begins their congressional .
ton, N Y, will pay the To Sample SmJv: iches Richmond president of Kentucky north on Treasure Island to Os- or phoned to urge supportof
80 monthly rental plus one Military Institute; Mayor Louis prey, returns to Nokomis and then delegations learning of the
tent of his annual cross above If you think hamburgers are a Suter: President Ruth Kujken.M takes In part of the Venice By. the project since Two)
t received and referred to the lowly dish that only "Wimpy" .ai f cf the American Legion Aux- I Way and Albee Farms Rd. section. (Continued from Page
attorney anti members ct Pete Edge, Mrs, The job has been filled! on a
by Contractor
an application the funny papers iliary; SALE* DENIED
a for an experiment others. Oh basis by Herbert Blackburn HOTEL
B Bar for a license to the "coke" crowd go Tack Sebastian temporary
this week at the also three KMI Laurel, since the route was sold the
liquor sales to the beer and i held yes there were Rumors that he had
business at W Venice and Venice Country Club' should I cadets and a high school studentto established last July The starting Gulfbreeze Hotel to out.of-town
i the younger set. salary Is $2.470 a year denied this week
Awes.; received and read of represent be obtained Investors were
from Caspersjen, urging ChTyinrfor"eSJmln.? which The mayor Incidentally, was Application forma may and must by A B. Hider, its owner.. He said
II IIf a milk ordinance aim. cupposed to b.. a recorder of the at any postofficc before the stories were "completely without ,
is one Just approved In Sara- vctrs But he decided he'drather he sent to the commission foundation Like all local hotels
judges who
the Mar, 3, Only persons this
received a yerbal request mmtry bt a Judge end enjoy 1 for at least The Gulfbreeze has
1**. H L. Mundy( and Miss burgcri Six' pounds of beef wore' resided In are the eligible area to take the I month been enjoying its greatest
waves for permission for connirp1" before a decision was one test. year popularity In recent jearn

joman'i Club to erect a club- reached

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SCOUTS 1ST OVERNIGHT HIKE night 'In shelter tents, accotdiut Canal I William J. Conlon of Philadelphia and present trends coming,
I to Col. Vincent B. Dixon scout I international lawyer and bablts. II
Venice Boy Scouts, reorganized master. They will assemble at the (Continued from Pcce One) I world traveler, spoke to the Ro. The speaker I I. prey.'v
last fall after a long period of In. Civic Center at 1 pm for Inspec- : o.u .,ten CornvvelJ tary Club yesterday noon at Its American branch
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will embark tomorrow on ,1+"h.6I..1> < meeting in the Gulfbreete Hotel. Uonal 01 the
activity, will hike tho. Law
ticn of equipment, then also pointed out that even : Asan and
their first overnight hike. j admitan C'jnlcn spoke! on the tourist the board
beach of
to t heir destination along who oppose the the p
Movement In history: beginning Law
l The boys will go, to Manasota lieach. The key Is about six mile inland waterway Is desirable, viththe Crusades and Assn He I II also
be. continuing of three ?
would books
Key, cook dinner and spend the south of town. and maintained It and.
of '
through the Columbus,
voyage painter. i
[ entirely. ..
mistake to lose the project ... -
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.STSTB, ,1XM 'iI." a WIN Zia: 0 He held an agreement over the L>
ii route could be worked out even
A TREAT FOR YOUR TASTE! II after an appropriation were YOU HfAVE TO EAT ;
granted. ,
: Seafood from Ocean and Gulf Ii j olland'i telegram Indicated he
agrees with this view, for it aid
Iy he had "called on chief of engineers -
i I All Kinds of MDELICIOI'S i for report and am sending Whether you're a winter visitor 9 ,
of letter recently re. a1
Ii you copy or a permanent resident,
rJ FISH : ccivcd Have also discussed mat
terith Congressman Petersonand you have to eat to live. We can
we will work together and J
andSCALLOPS yi make every effort to advance see that you do It cheaper,

= 01'STERS II project.Several" alternate routes have easier and with greater enjoy.
been suggested for the canal ment.
1.1 which would have its terminals at
t. Tarpon Springs to the
at the end of the cross-state ca.
.. (C"LAM CRABS .. nil at Ft. Myers to the south All :
-. J nc of the proposed alternates would QUALITY FOODS LOW PRICES
( Iii route the canal west of til Tarnin -
!lI Those who favor the brach route
asserts, it would be at least $300..
: Low Prices to Seafood Lovers Ono) cheaper to construct than the
least costly of the alternate VENICE FOOD SHOP
Tree Delivery In UoteN, Restaurants and Commercial JI routes, that it would beautify the IG\\
Customer on Mondut, Wednesdays mid TridaM city that It would bring man w. VENICE A\'E.WE ( '
app l'arade
fI wealthy yachtsmen here, and G

Lemon Bar Seafood Market I 11 that owners It on would the route enable to construct property

O\ THE IU1'T F.NGLE1oon VENICE 3391 Il bout dock and marinas In frontof

Stuart A Oscar Anderson, Owner Ira \\". Joiner, :Mgr i1: their homes.
.. II . II: C _.. .. IL'. a a a as 'I CITY COUNCIL HOPE YOU SLEEP WE1W
Continued from Page One)

house In a park near the Granada
I NOW Apts., and heard Pete S. Conover, .
i iI editor of the Gondolier urge for. 1 It would be mu,h ciuier and cbaper
mal adoption of in ordinance or e
policy that would iranlre giving -- for us If we delivered oui milk!
You Can Eatyith Us Too! adequate public notice before final
action on any measure involving to your home before daylight The i
public prop'rtlr the general I 1
I welfare.LISTENNEIGHBOR. t IIIt7 driver would not have< to shave,corm'
.\nnoiincinjr the Opening
his hair or have a "linn shirt, to!>

SOUP KITCHEN truck would not have to be %utci
01 Our S.1NU: \1'ICH :ami

Our SpecialtyHOT j I BUT Daytime Delivery Serves You Best ,

CHICKEN SANDWICHES' i WHO WAS If delivered\ too early, milk would be out rn jour doorstep
All Kinds of Beer To Take Out NEVERCALLED for several hours: it would not be cs fresh when you got It Tn

would not tee your Milkman and benefit from hit attentici is

Beer B & B BAR Wine special orders And you would have trucks with noisy!tet

ties, disturbing your rest. ,

"If You Cin't Come In mile As You Go Bv"I3OB I r-VWfWW.4A r So we deliver in daytime and .


9 A.\t TO 2 A.M. 9 A.M. TO 3 AM: SATURDAY
\\", \"IIIKIf, 111':11' ;\"lIknmi.1', P5HRT For Regular Home Delivery

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=. 11'S . . . II aIi PLUMBING C9 Land-O-Sun Milk & Dairy Product*

: We're Choosing : f/ffD BE $UR A PLUMBER HE't GOOD.? Inc
Phone 2371; Edmondson Farms: ,

Your Neighbors Carefully! o VENICE. FLORIDA



To Be A Decent Substantial Communityfor Ii

People of Moderate MeansA POPULAR PRICES?

re&u't of this policy, we have already rejected offers by 0
several people who wanted to buy property in this new, sensibly Ii Then Dine With Us
restricted tubdKlslor We don't want speculators, "lot buyers _
or others who arc undesirable for one reason or another. We III
want decent Americans who are Interested in building Y'lIr. U Serving Every Day 1
J. around or winter rcfcidimes. settling there, perhaps doing a little '
I still gardening buy on the hide. If joure that kind of person you can Ii In Main Dining Room or Pool Patio j t j

S .''''DAYS ""
C BREAKFAST 8 .9:30 AM. DAILY 8 10
LUNCHEON 12 2 P.M. DAILY, 12:30 2:30:
; 4 4A DINNER -6.8PM. DAILY, 6:30: 8:30: SUNDAYS
: Only $450 Easy Terms

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All Utilities Available Excellent Soil III COCKTAIL TIME FROM. 4 :30..P. M. U -'
10 Min. from Fishing Jetties Near Schools COME IN AND MEET "HAPPY" LASSEN OUR GENIAL MIXMASTEKSpecial
I 3 Miles from Public Beach Bus Transportation 1

f ; See Exhibit Home Exterior Now Complete Daily i

I Can be.Bought at Great Savings end Finished tl j

:, Inside the Way You Want It. .a Businessmen's Luncheon 85c to $1.25 :,

f ,.1 OPEX DAILY II A.M. TO 5 P.M.: fP Complete 5-Course Dinners From $1.65 :'M

P Consult: M. N. \\. mERS, REALTOR 7
}. ,. To Buy In Venetian Gardens 1 HOTEL ;

.. "Watch The West ,Coast Grow" ;

Located 4 Miles North of Venice on Tamlami Trail I I EDWARD A. ST. PHILLIP, Manager "


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; Our Motto: "Always With A Smile"'


Announces The Opening i;

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the Tamiami Trail at Tampa Avenue y>
VENICE 1irtiJl

3:30 P. M. Wednesday, Feb. 23 ([E(:)!
You are cordially invited to be present on t this occaSion :
to inspect our equipment, Ret acquainted and learn :!
The "Venice Chef"Sign I 1(J
our po 1..0. 3:30: to 8 p.m. to ;;
of Good Eating .
greet you. liI(:))1 "

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Free Land o. Sun Ice CreamALL i I!


Open for Regular.. Business 7 a.m. Feb.24. If:,

Come In for Breakfast Only Complete llealVe Will Serve Daily. 'Bij

(Try a Cup of the COFFEE that will make Venice famous!)


(Don't Forget Those Wonderful, Tempting "Bea Dogs" Junior and Senior Sizes)

Our Terrace and' Driv ,;-In Service '

Is. Dedicated. tp Your Pleasure, and Comfort
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We guarantee that the equipment we have We hope we may have the pleasure of
inf eii 'tiM beet,and most modem not urring y'nu'tire best quality foods!*reasonable .
onlr r.i;;,Florida, :r.but..in the. country., stable*. prices Of :-- Alway.It :--

; Remember: : "Always!: : ?'hA Smile "
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i Janie's Jottings i Benefit Fashion Show I Point Weekly 0 Cuelt. p lJ.t'. m gii<

i Janet T. Conover Mr. and Mr,, '
; By Next Week. W p, T OOI" snob

I Gondolier Sscial EditorHad i Scheduled Mr and )In. West!, ::. erica rda'

Mr and Dtra, yen
of coffee this week" with Elizabeth p, L sl
a pleasant chat over a cup
Houston of Greenville S. C. Mr. Houston write a twiceweekycol l- V-N Woman's Club Mr. and Mn.New Barg It'''1. nd c t
Gcet-n- '
yum," called "Inside Greenville," for her local dally paper, the By W out.new .
yule News. We understand she's been raying some mighty nice things Harold: F. EnCle"AnA .
about Venice in the copy _she. has sent back to the newspaper while.h. Ocean andP'\ co:
has Airs. Mr. and 811Jt!,
lnbae'R : I I Mrs H. owmai
and her E. Department. We htht RectUck .
Jr.: their two children. tary Dooleyt will continue to spend Local Adults Kids Mr. and Mr, J.Ehn Gro,4Mr.
and Harriet, and Mr. their winters here. 'N't'tn.-.a.1 ',* I Washington's Birthday Is B. Co jutanicer
parents Dr. and Mrs. R. E. : them this trip are Mr*. CJiarJe and Mrs.WeetK ,
ton also of Greenville have Lon of Orange. X J, and Mr To Model ClothesAt Shared by Local People tyea aplaibe
vacationing for two weeks and Mrs. Irvine :M.Tfcewos ft R. T. Hpndrecks ,
Gulf breeze Hotel. Although: 1 i t Chatham. X J. They are +:ar.T.gat George Washington who also "
Venice Mrs. Houstcn: I E: the El Patto. had some claim to fame a* the- Portsmouth X' wi
herself 'part Floridian" ] -0- KMI Thursday "father of his country," will and :Iles. S. c. Barnes 1
15 in $:. Pete I Iha'lne hererge.
tag spent years I C R R.oiSKTd.: *.iet: share his Tuesday ktr ,
gone to eollee! in Col: rr birthday next and :'!r.. It Saleewwsb .
of KMI. and Mr R.ct=cad t4i .
# with several local notables
hassee. After about a week i i her for a fee iiit! ". AV.... the first Mr. Albert .
1 Tarpon Center Bench House as guess A NIT>( U. who will celebrate with an "openhouse" and Mrs. :;:
;, week Mr s"ti Mr. EiKS P.ccf Stud tt stare a similar and Family v a
1 Hcutoni will: u zit FrelloDt
younger dance for their friendsat
r'n tai .
; Ctreenvil'.e.; I: but Dr and Mrs : ) -0-I. tit: OM swat ..: bw staged In the Venice Country Club. Mr and J.u. J. K. RUe, .:
ton will remain for i co'e: VLury Institute Belrnollt,
: weeks at the Gulfbmre.Guests : tt'irtee.ng la Vecice are Xtr 5j>f next The host "big shots" will be M. J. Vander Heyd! ?.
I --n- ald"f* Edgar Hay .: Matson: (jrr.MJ4.tn: a: IVp.m.' Mr. and Mrs. J. Leighton Corn. Chlcqo: ,

; (Ifrr and :\t*,. '- : Ird :Mr Hay returned :a*, wKi- ;' .rfa.y: LrS.o austres of the w.eill. The day will be the birth Mr. and Mr,. D. E. Nall1a
Thompson of Laurel are end frI tie Sr...-u H.p.u.. t"ta.. a N/kar.s Wc.c'i Cub. CRy,
day of Cornwell, publicity dl. *
I Thompsons parents. Mr and : end :s re-.p<'rittf 1: their ac'-.' Tin fobY'._ J< irsJcd into Mr. and Mrs. E."o. Slash

R. G Chadd ('n and her mer.t a: Grir.iii cVin :..u? ae ufJ'.tf t< and isterinMr: : and : of Commerce while Mrs. C. Mr. and Mr,. R. L McTand
G E. Chad.it rdor.. a.: tt :. ( Mr Hite. B Sscw .. c.f >frai "T KiritC 7* )U: ftand Mr. and Mrs. J.
Mir.n 'dash s vr< :::/f: ei : oirth date which actually to. F Bell "
( --."'- : :MrLS: F wrt d Hart :-j..:.[ and :>a sj' Clothes *
Vst.rg: at the CM-.I-: >-r Tr Mrs Sr.:.r a aa f st.-f'. a;;>rna:< ::.r earr I'tttincI day.Guests Mr. and 'In. EmU Kit
ire Mr and :Mr H X F: : .*::: :..;jrrts: a-.i --e hear s..e N sD;.= of honor will Include Rochester X1

and the :.itters rrt.-.f ann.i .-**. :a$*: Kvtri. !.:* stings -i Mr X 0 H:':.::. who hasbeer George T. Devlin, chamber of Mr. and Mr. EarlCPnk hiC
Mr std Vr M. : ;. .. a.S I::e:
ttr- naa. : + frwJuuy stylist in St. commerce director who also wil! Minneapolis ]
Lest Rs B.\. *. .'0\-:( have -- .. Herbert E. Jones andWindsor Foth 'RE
Lo. Vi. w a supply a cumea. -
-.t KVI J::.!: Iv%.'e r ir.i : 3tr aaa Yra 4er-a- .; .- the be marking his birthday, and Ont,C
ton r. '(' T.icy*' r.U:i?*: ':':;\=:"....:r. :! ash.gn D :. =cx-ie-j y appear ca tie on apparel the st,ge.as She Baseball Star Early Wynn of the Mr. and Mr,. Henry Land R

:Mr and :rAP.<** Sr are 3.1'I are ;: :c're f:: tr: W"H-U w-s.::.. a ajo genera; chairman of the Cleveland Indians. It will be a Family Wauwatmaj
here: A':::: are fror.: Cyr'Jii.: ;: :rj their fo:': a.d desj'er..t't. tir and U being assisted by farewell party for the latter, Frank Alari 1e
: :. and Mrs : S : ::::.o a of nary cf tie dub members.Local who is leaving with his wife WullanMwW.l
t.;:, I:: F.'i, Vener..a F1rer.y. They are as r. Models next week for Cleveland. Earl P. Phinney and wifeDanvers! .
few weeks :I His E foH.r.l tar :er j a.:. ;. Star .. Washingtonian souvenirs will K.
Vece: '' v.s.:.::j her ,: : tr' whr was 9r :a Da and Local women and children distributed.. Mr. and Mrs. Clark S. SeanDanvers
Mrs A E "x.'s.a.cfrl! ..: k.s Ynr-n -e:1; : weeks about 20 adults and 15 youngsters Hi ,

--.'- ago wit model the clothes and act Mr and Mr,. F. J. Morju
\ : a: ire :.:...}.! --'- ces,ories.. all of which will be sup. Japer

':';\.rr. Park :: the :'a.: "!.foI E tae Ct':sea student at plied by local women's shops. Mr. and Mr,. J. I H. Nffdhaa ,.
net r.u: ar3 .1 "f .oAr- stets.:: Vs,\'('r .yr is *!..ud. was Those cooperating with the club and I. Morris
seep: t: -i.--4t* IT:* new f!; =::::f .lit weekend to tt her PAr.t.s in this project are the N'estlewood Enjoy Your Sernia, Oat, (
SMrJ .-.'.rt .rju'ei:: I; tke Mr and Mr J. L. Cornwell Shop. Helena Shop and the Venice Mr. and Mrs. H. F. mile aMontpelia '!
New arr.vu ti rte are Mr :f Pairs Haven Co:tages. The I! Department Store.
:Mrs Ht::: LAn-as t! '\\ CVrv,::' *: o hid a guest last i The actual staging and sceneryIs Mr. and Mrs. D. K. BrfaetLexingtos 2
.t:"* Carr Cuu.2i Mr 'seek !r-n Washington. D. C H* to be kept as a surprise to the Vacation MoreIn KM
"!:-a. W 'r.vjxr asi Mr -** Dan H.ckey retired tax at. I audience, Mrs. Hodgin said. R. A. Stelnbiser .

Mrs E r..ir-r. Cape ei | tcrs y -.th the Department ofJsst. I Persons attending tie show are Belfait,,1H
:-*_- )t: ati Vr N FL C; .?* asked to enter the gym Mr. and Mr. J. D. BnisatiTiffis '
f Fer COta: )'tc j lIon Cat
:.t: & -0.I.JI through the double doors the
lrof'f :> :.,:.Jo::: :.! (;a: \'. Mr*. A. :>L Bailey of 1 south side. The aide entrance nor Clean Mr. and Mr,. L. C Hiiflinj:

I X :!. Armada Rd for a couple of. mally leading to the bleachers will Tiffin OH.
::.:::>:s are :Mr weal Mr*. Mtrrul !( not be in use. James \V. Shasteen '
Mrs 3l : H Lr;>t ..ft B. Sands of Terker X. T. :Mr*. Fresh" Sulllvu L
:-. 0.14 tee?: ,..1.:.:.& be: E"J ey and her guejts will drive f Tickets are on sale at the Sweet. Thomas Buckley ,
Shop in the Gulf Theatre BId, or
apote r.z-.a. C : J:1' :* lie East Coat: next meek fora I ClothesWarm Lamehold, Na
-:tr. F.rv 1.,f Mrs r. : we**:'s roar at Lake Worth. Ft. can be purchased from any club I Mr. and Mrs. John G. Clark
member. Mrs. L. Is
H. Mundy
SI.!' t'r lilt J.."_!: .' :.1v :ot-: Li.itriLf and other ponu ticket chairman.Missionary Florida weather requires St. Petersburg,
-0- E. Boh me i iBorjfnfieli

: : r- tart :.Ur.f: :*": week fr a visit in frequent changes of Hi
: .; ,:, ; ; : 'Ia.a cd the: ea ta their hornE Union Sees Mr. and Mrs. John F. StlfltoJaduon
: '0: s ')'u,:., Crty MJ .-.:1 be Mr. HebrewsMrs. clothing but even with a Ok
:-t"': !:-:'::' :!ot L tii Mrs E. X S=-_t1:. Tier aretr i Filmstrip on Mr. and Mrs. A. Y. Chrutiu Ae
'.. small wardrobe, that's no pro-
ea"s LJ" : !: .f .s.e :'':gig for three .toeIt H. S. Smith. Petdo St. ws; Tanps.ll'
:!II'!:: is DrI..' H'a. ',' r e toe Ve:_:e-Y rakka H .tl l lENGLE'S hostess R. A. Haynes ,
Tuesday evening to the lem if you rely on us. Lakes ood, OH
.-.- -....... -.. members of the Woman's. Missionary '
\ ..****." '....',., Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Panes
fmen of the First Baptist K
t Church. QUICK WASHINGDRY Loulseanct i

i Walter Wyrock
TEA ROOM Mr*. H. E. Ziegler presided Carllite On
lie. meeting and prayers were led CLEANING Pctcrailg"
i by )[rs.. George Hauser. Mrs Ralph Bueynn C J .
: 8, mCIl\ \T "S Fhu i.i.ia2
r' GILWOOD. R mey and Mrs. George Higel. Earl Pumpuse
TBONY TEMCT :4IdS:1TtT Mrs D. C Crawford presented a AiciU.1'Charles 7

Krastnp on the 'History of Hebrew Free Pick Up & Delivery Air and Mrs. J. J. prlaa
.. Weand a talk on "Stew.
:.. :. =. ". ,r. ." :Zll' rtiup- was given by Mrs. Elihu To Save You Trouble and )Irs. C.
i Jo-uC pue
: .. : t. Roberts.rh !
? : : L -. s ; grcup turned in 21 pairs of Mr. and !llr,. Jos BriJePoiDtldel
f-x<-..-arBUEg cuffi.." which Sle"tn.

wwis Borr* 1:4S- : :s-sig.f MMacatee's I they read for the American Can Venice Laundryand Mr. and )!rs. THQbui: .
<*r Sxietw. They will be given to

r11....I1NN11111MNS i 1.#####.IIIIII.II#N Mrs. Charts )[eG. Roberts lieu. 1 Mr. and Mrs. E.B7.adcoo:
tenant commander for the society
..s . . aa . .. .-p fr iha area. Dry Cleaning ServiceWest Mr. and 'Irs. M. B. AtlafI!

= ." 61 The o-AB will bold a Day of .'
', :'::.- ":': ." : ; ::. ::- Prayer at the church on Mar. t Venice AT*. "' /m. H. Dempster C1l1.

Pars Till be made for this al' Bay I.

day meeting In the near future. MRS. ANNE SUKLS R. O. Caulke MIIII'luket. ,

Refreshments were served by WeJt I
: Restaurants the boars, I Mr. and 11ra. Fa rmo.t, II

p, fjtIIiICMr
Chat its
and 'Irs.
I' Birmingham I
O tW Trki> sr ..-.. IN A D.
.: PHONE' 3461 Mr. and Dirs. C.Akron..

Iie If 'Ie Answer, CaB MM Ii and 1otrs. Jack ,ametMr. ,

1""'Ct a ...tot variety zt the: i: VENICE TAXI C i
B. nrtdR |
.' roars s..s Fv: et X&.u Lc.bc.er, U U-DEIVK4T CAD I ed!)| U* c

S-.u. r'sya h a.a Frog I4L |t I Mr. awl Mrs. R.K.Wna-.
w DurhaDI.
.:.; r..e. i Acerb
Ii Mr. and )111. Ceo Jefferao4W' If.
I J.C.. "v..2 Port
1ttsr.'a p
Ir Enalewood' Residetitts .. and port JetfeOo;,It 1)t
u r"tasJ. C3.eiei:
p' ,I closed You bulletin wiD find board for located public at ftDieDce a largo Iua-ea. I' )11'. a d"fJokomis)Ira. W. A. ..

Ii A La Carte Dinners :ed fron $J.25 I,1 ENCLCWOOD UABOWAKX STORE Earl XammonsMt VelA
i IU It la for your TREE UBI: for aaeonadmesta or others

notices; or It you bars payhing to sell trade, rent or it. and )Irs. _

Also Oar TaUe DHole Dkaers (so. $1 JO See Up. U I DKAH at Hardware Stow. ," Co B. .....
t.a 1j 0IIutiIq ., >J. J. ,; Mr1U\4, >
r t
P We strive to satisfy the BJM[ rrtTsOpesi 4. ea 'KlNG'l4V ture Co. "s. 'f ,

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y, February 13, 1949

lance to Honor Frank McDanlels left Tuesday
Advises KMI Parents Flock Here for his home In Marlon, Ohio after

jion Officers a visit with Charles W. Schneider

tembers of the No-Vel Poet, Physical ExamsBlades As the Season Hits StrideExit 'also of has Venice as guests Ave. his Mr.son-taiJaw Schneidcf

ierlcan legion, will be hosts I and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J. Ci:

irday night at a free dance at Ballinger, and their children, Ste-

Venice Country Club. Says Checkups II Cold NorthlandBy vie and Kay, also from Marion.

fbe public hat been Invited to Guard Against CancerThe I Trains, Planes, Cars 'Revival' Series They'll be here for the rest of the
end the affair which will honor month. *

i outgoing officers of the post teal importance of regular phyi. With the winter season in full Ends on Sunday I
new election of officers will be I checkups as a method of combatting -' swing, many parents and relativesof
incoming in a couple of weeks.ose .: cancer was stressed by Dr. the Kentucky Military Institute
James E. Rev. M. McCoy Gibbs of Rod. GULF
who will be honored are local physician, cadets are driving, flying or other. '
mander John A. Johnston in a talk at a party of the local wise heading for Venice from the dick, Fla.. has been holding revival

mmander Carl A. Wolf: branch of the American Cancer cold northland and other points to services each evening this TheatreVenice

jutant J. F. Wallace, Finance Society Gulfbreeze Wednesday night at the visit their sons and enjoy our week at the Englewood Methodist
Hotel. Phone Z964ON
[leer Theo Dandridge and Post The "June In February" weather. Church. He wll be there tonight SHOW itlGHTLY
Arnall. doctor explained that many Among them are Mr. and Mrs.
aptain Douglass! and tomorrow night at 7:30 and Rex Office
types of cancer can be arrested Webster : of W Opens 7:30
Myers Huntington,
be Aloha Se'renaders of Sara. if discovered will close the series of meeting, Shew Starts 8:00,
early enough, but
Va., who arrived at the &:1 Patio
s will furnish music for danc- that this Sunday afternoon at the S o'clock Matinee
I, was difficult for a physician several days ago to visit with son Sunday ;
to do unless patients madea Webster Jr. Also at the El Patio church service Box Office Open %:411 .
[here will be no admission practice of being examined at and visiting their son. John, are I Rev. Mr. Gibbs will also be Show Starts S p. m.

arge. least once every nix months. The Mr. and Mrs. R. U l/erch of Ko.' guest preacher Sunday morning at Short Subjects Shown Before
reason, he said Is that the disease komo, Ind.Recently. and After the Feature
has different 11 o'clock at the Venlce-NokomU
many symptoms and Mr. and Mrs. -
Perry, -
O ( Methodist Church.A .
be mistaken for
may something
i Rogers of Frankfort Ky spent Friday and SaturdayFeb.
else by untrained persons, who graduate of Birmingham
several days with their son, John, .
may let it go until too late and also Mrs. Rogers' sister, Mrs Southern In Birmingham, Ala., and 18 19 t

Blades advised his listeners to R. L. Sallee and Captain Sallee of Emory University is Atlanta, Ga., "The Main Street Kid"
obtain literature on cancer from the KMI staff. Rev. Mr. Gibbs first tame to this Starring

the society and to Helen to pro. The parents of Wilson Starr are* for summer work while Al Pearce, Janet Martin
grams It puts on at 2 p,m. each were here last weekend. They are studying theology at the latter Also -

Tuesday over Radio Station Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Starr of Huntington K-hool. He has been In the Methodist Cartoon !Musical \\'externTravrltalk .
WSPB. He also advocated having W. Va. I parsonage for 28 years and
chest X-rays made when mobile Returned Home Is now pastor of four churches in RI'C'Ordina"lIonl'l't .
units of the Sarasota Health and the Ocala region. His father is a )
)tr. Mrs. Durham "Sweeter than I1ower
and Henry
Tuberculosis Assn. visit Venice as Methodist minister In Alabama.
I a guard against the latter disease have returned to their home n o
and because the photos can helpdiscover Greensburg Ky., after a short stay Sunday and MondayFeb.
WOeAWS CLACKS AND PUNSUW chest cancer. at the G'jlfbreere while visiting Michiganers Buy Homesite 20 21
D SUMMER THINSS TOU USE, with their son, Cadet Henry Dur
OUGHT TO Tiff THIS IAUND< Part of Purty ham. Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Wal- 'Rachel and the Stranger'

RE CERTAIN tOUU INfMUSt/ The talk and was bridge given party as sponsoredby part of a At the Gullfbreeze, too, are Mr lace Sr, Lansing, Mich., were here A Rebel 1 Bride -- Bought fcjr
games for a visit last week and purchased One Man
the society to raise funds for and Mr. David Aronberg and Sought by Another
cancer research work. Some $150 daughter, Gloria. Their son U Ca. property In Venetian Starring
was contributed by the 144 persons det Harold Aronberg. Weekendingat Laurel. They expect to build a Loretta l'ounaRoM.. Mitch_
I Venezia and seeing Leland home next October.Mr. William
who attended the fete, accordingto the son Holders
Mrs. Charles McG. Roberts, Nokomis were Mr. and Mrs. 0. IJKroriep Wallace has been associatedwith Also -
lieutenant commander of of Toms River, N. J. the Board of Water & LightIn New Cartoon Sportrerl
.prM the society for this area. She said I J. R. Jenkins of Huntington, W Lansing for 20 years and will Recording: "The!! Tick Tork
this brought the funds raised by Va. spent last weekend In Venice retire in a few years.rlso His of brother Lan., Shop" and "('11(8 Ron Ugg *
William A. Wallace,
the area group since 1M organiza. visiting his son, Jim, whose birth. --
Hold Refrigeration
sing and with the Kold
lion to 1350. day was celebrated Sunday night Cd. there has also TII.'.. "'ed. Thurs.Feb. .
introduced by at a dinner party In Sarasota.
Elfldei vas
bought property In the Gardens. % ?3.U
Mrs. Elizabeth Strong: commander Cadet Charles Thompson is be.
(Continued on Page Seven) ing visited by his parents, Mr. and "On on Island with You"

Mr*. Lloyd Thompson of Hunting 2633. -Sarasota- 2529 Moonlight and Palms for
'I.IJlll JJl ViA'lU J 'I ton W, VH., who are stopping at Phone Romance
the Venezia. Cadet Jim Stiffler's Starring }
parents are also in town from
Esther Williams Peter Lawford
RECOMMENDED BY DUNCAN HINESCardinal's Jackson, Ohio. Ambulance Jimmy Durante, Cyd Churlsx
Mrs. Edward Jackson of Rich- Xavier Cugat

Villa Nokomis lands. Va., and her daughter, Mrs. ServiceDay Ricardo Montalban
John C. Horsley of Harrisonberg: AlsoLatest
Va. at the El Patio Hotel.
are Night
or News and Short SubjHJ&Recordlnlt
HOTEL & COCKTAIL LOUNGE Mrs. Horriey will stay for several : "Answer Three
weeks, but Mrs. Jackson will re. QUf' tlonM" and "Within this
main until KMI leaves and will: Prompt and Courteous "
Evil Heart of Mln
Buffet Supper I' drive her son Edward home. Mr.
I Jackson expects to arrive In town' ROBARTSSHANNONFuneral Recordings Courtesy of -

Served Every Sunday Night the middle of From March.Ohio I Home I Alpha Music Shop

7te9p.m Mrs. Mary Hootman Is here .
from her home In Columbus. Ohli '
BY RESERVATION ONLY to spend several weeks at the El I

DINING ROOM OPEN DAILY Patio and visit with her son Ted.
Here from Milton. W. Va., are HOUSEWIVES WANT 'E- If. 1 1WE
Breakfast Lunch DinnerI Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hall. who are
visiting their son, Herman, also t
9 sum. 12:30 t p.m. 6:30 I pm. cadet. -WE GOT 'EM AT LAST

Some other KMI natrons who ....
Rooms Available Singles, Double! and $ull"* are staying at the Gitlfbreeze are
I Dr. and Mrs. K. W. Brumbsck of
For Kewnatlons Phone :34t Cynthlana. Ky.: Mr. and MM. Paul
Cockrill of Indianapolis, Ind.. and
On the Trail at Dona Bay NOKO5ll) I II Mr and Mr'. J. T Lfi'iletta of
I r/nbvllle Kv.
Visiting Norvin Green were his
parent Mr. and Mr. N. F Green
7! lil I" N.t1It I leis;; ill. ia: tl w x.'U' of Louhvllle, Kv. Mr. Green flew

1 buck home Monday, but Mrs.
BEAUTY 1 Green will remain for a \lslt. Theo
were accompanied (t.."fn bv Mlw
1 Evelyn Singer who will stay for a
weeks. They're at the
1 couple of
For An EI Patio. .
Mr. and Mrs. John-V. Woodfordrf

pH i I. Ky.. sere visiting their
ActiveWinter t'v.. i"".'
son. Waller ow
Another couple was Mr. and Mrs.

E. M. WeKenmt Ft. Lauderdale,

; whose son is Cadet Emmett Weg- wrwr ..rs
t -
enRat. If
A Still other KMI visitors were

Season. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Dooley of Win. -- HAVE JUST BEEN APPOINTED p
rh,,ter. o u-vo >.f tile n::
visiting their son, Ed
Patio and
Keeping Outdoor Girls win. Exclusive "HOTPOINT" Agency ,

looking lovely Instead -

of leathery Area
For the
IB our specialty j '

Facial $2.50 'f 'ddio.ReP"r( Complete Line Now on Our FloorElectric

Shampoo A Stoves Sink and Cabinet Comb.

Set . $2.00 Hot Water Heater Dink Washer
r Horn' Freezers Garbage!! Disposals

) Cold y One Day Service Vacuum CleanersRefrigerators!! I '

Wave $10 up Radio Phono romblnatioiis Free D!! ll\ery Throughout Ares
s Portable Radios SYSTEMS
Auto RadiosAH Also
;W ve .. $10 up .
t Our mklll U uncanny, our prices ALSTON

s Telephone Venice 2811 for an appointment now! SERVICE
Miami Ave.. L ALSTON
xwbM BEAUTY SALON Next tcJ' Western Union 8 Blocks South of Phone Venice usa

LVCH.L "' 0.. ZItS Englewood Postofflee _P. 0. Box M ,Iff "'. ,
nl1 : '
W2) Nest t. Western Union ,;: I Iprm

.. 1 alu Ill, or a ',: ')r' .'," .., .. ;<. ",,.8 J''i'J, ,

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Page SiX VENI.B: OONDOLIER Friday, Febgyry

Seniors Yearbook's Are 2nd Finishing Edition Ve- No Hi News "WE INVITE YOUR ACCOUNT' ",1

Seniors of the Venlce-Nobom I
sigh School were busy this week Member of, Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
flitting the finishing touches on By JERRY LARSEN I.

their year book. Gondolier School Reporter Ve-No-Hi Tech Students Maximum Insurance
For Each Depositor
I/xst years annual, Ute 'Tow $5J( ,
Mow\ ," was the first to be pub. Completing Motor Boats

fished by the seniors In many. Pupils Ask LoanIn Student of the 7th and 8th Complete
;jt-ixrs., This years edition U exrtctfd I grade technical training; class, L
to be out approximately! | Venice-Nokomis'g h School, *' Banking Facility
two weeks before school closes for Citizen Course j have been busy this week com. s
the summer. It also will probably pletlng model boat that they have 9 Commercial
-"-- been making for the past eight Account!
Youngsters to Build weeks. _T Savings Accounts
Bookshelves for Class These boats, about 18 inches 0 / Safety Deposit
SAVE SAVE SAVES E long, are powered by small electric Boles
Getting practical business experience motors. They are now being :traveler1 Chat
E as part of their "good citi. given a coat of automobile enamelto
E zen'hip" studies, five members of protect them against salt wa
the Venice-Nokomis High School5th
3 grade visited the local bank I ter.When the boat are done, they VENICENOKOMISBANK
on Tuesday and took first steps
will be put on display at a fair In
toward negotiating a loan. Sarasota. After this, they will be
SS i If granted, the loan will be used'o brought back here for final adjustments .
buy materials for making bookshelves and entered In a school
for the class library, ac. race.
cording to Miss Ruth Jelks, the
teacher She did not disclose how
'SA PIAVE much was requested

Safe, 1 VE Sign 'Note
: The five pupils who went to thehank
were Joyce Higel, chairmanof Mid-Season Sale
the appointed committee
Nancy Hill, Barbara Olds Diane'
LOWEST FARES Va.herese. and Bill Wimbish.Mr. .
Blalock informed them that
via 7RAILWAYS hey could not "rent" money but At King Co
had to sign a note for It. The five
South North I children signed. Mi's Je'ks also
hid to sign and Is asking one par
3230AM:: AM. 900AM1J.10 f 3:25>:::25 A AM.'Ij MtlSAM .. ent When to endorse asked the how note they were going A short drive to any of our stores will pay you BIG diVeidends

: A.M. 11:15! A.M. to pay back the money the household needs at
'4:15 P.M. '21) 2:00 P\t. pupils replied that musical they were go. in filling your huge saving
ing to put on a play to
800PM. 21; P.M. I raise funds the latter part of
'630PM: 7:1: P.M. April.
41) 'R:15 PM 11.:W TM I Miss Cleo Rainwater, a memberof
Fort M>'ers oni)'. ,, the County School Office, had ]EXTRA SPECIAL
!1 Thru Englewood. pictures taken of the visit for use Give Your Fiance .
((2)) To St. Pete via Ferry. in a manual to be used by teachers Solid Wood
Unmarked South goes to Miami all over the slate and' county One of Our
Unmarked North goes to Tamp The manual is to be called Build Bedroom Suite $131.50
und points north. ing Citizens. Famous ROOH Sweetheart
All Bused \01':1\1' Regular Price $18 .OOI j

Wolf's Sinclair be much larger this year than CEDAR CHESTS Consists ofSpecial

Service StationV. last.The seniors are sending out cir. Bed Chest Vanity Bench
Venice Ave \ cular letters, asking for ads from I Price Springs
Mattress Coil
Tnm'mml -
the Sarasota merchants. They aretrying
PHONE sirsTRAILWAYS to see all Venice merchants Pair of Pillows Bedspread
personally, but If anybody Is over. I 49.95 up
looked and wants an ad they are Lamp Table and Two Lamps
i I asked to call Betty Lee Johnston,
class president, at the high schooliiiimin .I


Table Lamps . . $ 4.95 up Blonde and Maple Batn\

;\ I \ Floor Lamps . . 9.69up Beds. . . 18.50
Solid Ook Lawn Chairs: 3.95 Oak Porch Rockers

30 inch Metal Stools 5.95 Highback . . 5.95

Step Stools . . 4.50 Unfinished Drop-!.eat'

Bedspreads. . . 5.95 up Oak TablesUnfinished . . 7.50

Blankets . . . 2.95 up Breakfast

Scatter Rugs . . .75 'up Suite 5 PC . . 13.50
Lamp Tables and End Walnut Chifferobe with

1Vorl" FamousFLUImm Tables . . . 1.95 tip Glass Door $39.50'a1.. 19.50
Unfinished Hardwood Odd Vanity Dressers 24.50

Chairs . . . 2.95 1 A. B. Electric Range,
) (: () DAY Solid Cedar Chests New S t:nJo Value 99.00

Close-out . . 29.50 Second Hand Ice Refrig.

9x t Wool and Hair erators . . . 10.00.uP
Rugs $29.50 Value 18.50 1 Second Hand: 4 ft. Norge

THURSDAY MARCH 3FlamiRgo 20 PC. l.uray Sets of Rerrfceratorx. . 98.50

Dishes . . 7.95 Bunting. Metal 'Gliders
.52 PC. Fire King Sets of with Leatherette Cush- \i

Dishes . . 7.95 ions: $48.50 Value 39.50
Chrome Dinette Suites 69.50"Blonde Metal Glider and Chair forporch

Dinette Suites **" ,' $69.56 Value 49.50

I i ParadeBirds Floor Samples Metal 'Porch Chairs,
l? S69.50 Value Vahle"6,9
. 49.50$8.95 '
Maple Dinette Suites, Baby Hi-Chairs . 3.95 up

Drop-Leaf . . 39.50 Klfcjien Set-Waste Bas
are paraded only once a Porcelain Top Kitchen, ')ket, Step-On Can, and

Tables, 14.95 Value 11.95 Chair, Assorted Colors,

yearFlaiiige 4-Drawer Chests Floor All for . . . 4.95:
Samplers, 529.50'Value: 18.50 Canvas Army Cots . 5.95

GlassrDoor._ Dish. Cabinet "t U&d Bendix Washing

,Double ...1.. . "," 15.00. M2chine. . . 98.50

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-- -. 7KNICC GONDOLIER Sage 4o.4elJ

of !f.ht ,Cancer .Society,, Verjpn. .
.bnologist! to Give Recital ll SeAtli '*cted, as"mutter of'*ere> TELL: 1'0fJIt FRxlrlxflSAIIvOUT :
monies'urnj called the games i lat r.ThMks "
->were ,given by ;1Mr1.
Roberts to A. B. Hider, ownef,.of Venice at FasterAnd
I th hotel who donated its use for
Hiders Have PartyAt. Brownie See Rare Trees Sonia TerryTo the evening She also'thanked all A Tropical VacationIn

and Mn. A. B. Hider enter.ed In Visit to Lychee OrchardThe ty who a bad aucccss part In making the par. The Spring
12 Gulfbreeae Hotel guests Warm Cult Bathing,
|s cocktail party Tuesday after. Brownie Scouts met TUPS. Appear at \ PARTY Fishing, Golf, Bowling.
D at their homt at' Stone day at the Civic Center with Mrj Adams, Mrs. H. L. Mundy, Mrs ShufflcboardVENEZIA
ves. Recent guests if the HI. Joseph Hurt, Mrs J. I... Cornwelland Helen Vaiheresse Mrs. James
Miss Ellen The Gulfbreeze Ham or MM. James Dick. Theyare HOTEL
Mrs Hiders
were mother and also available at the Helena
r, Mrs. William Bombaskl and.Genevieve'Borribdsttl"end playing games la the city park Shop LAS: Bakery and at the !Mr. and Mrs. Louis Suter Hosts
they bad refreshments and took a Sonia Terry, Venice monologist, hotel
It tlend short hike. will present a program of comedy,
Miss Doris Stephens, ando
Mr. Hlder'i brother and slg.fInlaw Last week the children went on Friday and evening'melodrama the pieces Oallbrsoie next
Mr. and Mn. Alec HI. a tour of Col. W. R. Grove's I Hotel. This
ly. will be her, second local
They are all from Blngham- chee orchards In Laurel. Col.I program, the first having been Close Saturdays at One
N. Y. Grove took them through the orchards held last year. .
Born in Russia of Finnish
and also showed them par.
cnts, Miss Terry was brought
many other types of &are tropical up
trees. In eastern Siberia and China, but
Mrs Cornwell' Is now an American citizen. She H. N. WIMMERS Realtor
and Mrs. Hurt came to New York to study drama
have been attending a series of and was taught by Maria PENINSULAR :TEMEPIIOVE.
kle Brownie which Training Course classes Ouspenskaya, famous dramatic >FLORIDA POWER AND LIGHT
are held each week In Sar-
asota. coach and actress now In Hollywood WESTERN' UNION ;,
It was the teacher who not.
II'. ,. '.\'. '. '. ,r: cd her. pupil's talent for panto-
mlmp and encouraged her to become Western Union Open on Sundays and Holidays 11 to 12, am.
:-: ) a monologist. Mills Terry
I; \." : moved to Venice about five years
the war, Miss Terry put t
HEAVEN ; aside her study of drama tempor.
: ish arlly and entertained U. S servicemen Venice Shoe Repair ShopRear
; as i Russian "gypsy"chanteuse
I : In army and navy hr'e-
i pltals throughout the state. After of Arcade Barbershop.
the war she. resumed her studies
1fa" That's what you get when ", under Howard Bailey dramatic Opposite Post Office
you deal with us -. because,H arts instructor at Rollins Collect1
we deal direct with the men g The entertainer also took a Complete Modern
on the boats! Saves you course in advanced lrama last
g money, too. I year at the University of MiamI. Shoe' Repairing and
where she studied direction and
B creation of her own work. She Leather WorkAlso
Special presented recitals earlier this
month In Orlando, Snnford end St.
U Petersburg Polishing
Vt specialize In delicious ALL This WeekKINGFISH The' recital will ..tart.at 8:15
EEF hamburgers'\. all Facilities of the hotel have been Frank C. Raebll n, Owner
(dressed up" with lettuce, to- I .', donated by A B Hider owner of "We Malt Sick
hato, mayonnaise.: onions and I 40c Lb. ) the Gulfbreeze. Tickets may bonxivhigpri Shoes Well" For Pickup and Delivery Phone SSB'l:
klc. ,I frn..rrs.. S. JarvhI
ONLY; /Smoked Fish 750 \lb..I I tf. the Sarasota County.. Chapter
26e J. ..
Cocktail Shrimp GOt'lb.i I] '
CURB OR TABLES SEttVIQE 'Lobster . ; 75c lb..::1 '4
!Oysters . 80c !i
C5c to S1.50,- grog Legs $1.50.lb. r Stone Grove

KappelihahiTsDrive iNokomis : ti
Seafood I '

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Published every Friday. Editorial and business office. J1J West
Venice Avenue Venice Florida. P. O. BOE 632. Phone Vealce IU1 aM

Entered as second-class matter Jan 6, 194C 'at the post officeat Tort.tMOrMfua wMEf.
"nica. Flor da, under the Act of March 3, 1879.MEMBER + Y To the Editor

Dear Sir: ,
Subscription latest On year, $2.50 six monthi. $1.50; three l8llll This letter Is -
month, 75c. Classified advertising rates 2 cents per word, first 20 column which addresuy 10 rauf"
worth; 1 cent pr word for each additional word. the Editor. We you hope call It

fETE S. CONOVER ................ ..... .. .. Editor and Publisher does able not to print I It, even you though sit k a

JANET T. COXOtER .................................... ........ .. Office Manager city or city contain c innea a critidsat, \ 01 oar i

HOWARD K. BRILEY........... .............. ........ '.. ... Shop Foreman usual cent I t which I"lilt
i I would like to take the
tunity of oPPGI'o'

Woman's Club BuildingThe subscribers poninoUtto and to the Z.JOUr
Venice that I g

Gondolier wishes to offer 1U endorsement on a provisionalbasis wlJJJM &Of A W01. of that any they fault are which that they ngardga'may ba",

to a request by the Venice-Nokomis Woman's Club that th) i certainly among lilt
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.....1M'OI'I4T." ... .... most generous people in .
city permit It to erect a club building In the small park roar the u14rrep az., $1Oa tt ed States. I .m basing the Usi

Granada Apartments. -r: .. M ment on the fact that ta tbi sty lisle-:i
This permission Is necessary because the property involved Is e stee AlIISOII'U-'I.'UI"sex T ea 'M5te/s UMTI0.1. sale of Chrlsmas Seals forthtTN
.. awta County TuberculoT iS
have been dedicated as a public Lore roweea 'DO r.
owned by the city and is believed to ,
uorw quid; to W v& Health Association that I
park hence there are numerous legal angles to be investigated and which Includes osprey,Ibis M,

perhaps solved before it can be used for any other purpose Among Nokomis and Venice contrftSJ,
them are state laws regarding public property, the wishes of property a total to date of $78640

owners In the area and the views of the voter at large. THE BARRACKSSports Although I will not be shied
thank each contributor '
We hope these problems can be solved, however, for we believe ly, I would like to take thlmJportunity "

the project would be a distinct asset to the community This beliefis Take Center to thank them mn ,

based on our own outlook and on plans outlined by representatives Of StAge for Kay letaCl cerrly for their kindness and : i

of the club at Tuesday night council meeting erosity
( :lic.r'a Note: Trla space usually occupied by RiwteU Ray and Sincerely youri.CHARLES ,
The reasons, specifically, are that <1) any new construction of a
other oohinuuhta, wW U. f umetLjmr. tut cadets .. tie Kentucky Mill R. C4DI
civic nature. la a. sign of community progress; (2) verbal descriptionsof *
during titertlseob stay here. The writ Chairman, Venice MI-
tMfetaafllrt* *** ns citmigCMfcHMUy
the building: Indicate it will be physically attractive; <<<3> membersof Sarasota County Hnltt
tbe club have long been noted for their work In city beautification hut we believe all wttt kelp give Venetians a better insight, Tuberculosis Asst.Editor's uij.

and can be expected to devote their best efforts to the surrounding Into the activities of lire K&l corps) ( Note We agree I

area; (4) It should prove a definite attraction to clubwomen and tour- the people of Venice are top,. /
even though both the Conddile'and
ists from other cities, and (5) club spokesmen say its facilities will
This week the column will be devoted more or lets to sports coverage Its readers are 101IIttWt
be available to the entire community. covering tho games played In the last week, the ones to be critical when we think thai pt]

Of these points, the one of most general Interest is probably the played and the RTO "C,& o< 1h ,varsity sport aa a whelk.Tie tlona taken by the council trl.11I'In j
last. The contemplated facilities are said to include an auditorium basketball team nude a same for Itself by beating Ponce; De the best I interests of the atnunity

and small stage suitable for Little Theater productions, lectures and Leon of Miami; 47-28,' Saturday nliht. The Kaydeta ftlf to this strong that Is one of our pn> i
team in their lieges and duties under the U I 1
previous ort
concerts; space for expanding the Public Library now operated by the meeting form of government we _
the home court.
Woman's Club in the Civic Center, etc Last the home recreational activities This pro- appreciate the untiring, sap..d
Friday night "
cag- grant is under way With mOstof
All of these facilities, if available to the general public, would bea era lost to a powerful Jesuit teamIn now and often untnsnked efforts dl
the made
team up eacljvompany those who giving their time ti
distinct help in Improving the cultural life of tbe city. And before an overtime score of 46-42 The These teams with. compete the city's 1 legislative are work) .
anyone tosses the Idea aside as usel whole time of play, ending In a424V -
remember that one) Index of a nation's greatness is its contributions Jor. the season .
1'0"ill'; .a'h\fIf:: ,
(tvad! 4"' j a a t#oyth'lovertime I'iii Chapel"per "9h4 Cap
to and understanding of the arts and sciences. Let them '..I O : .,.riIM, thempa met talc John -F-Jia'U. head football Venice Gondolier

rememBer that, If we can attract artists, writers and scientists hereas acortd four points to sew up the coach; gav -the .er dl. He chose Dear Sir:

winter visitors, the publicity that will result will help attract' still lame; for Ma topic, '"Getting Ready fb) With reference to the letter ttnt.lappelfed
more paying guests. Recovering from the logs to Jesuit the Game/ Next sunday night w| In the Gondolier lag,
the Kaydets came bark to beat are honored to hae aa guest week" concerning alleged violsugb
We hope all thinking! Venetians will share our opinions and give Riverside Military Academy of speaker C. R. DowUag, head of the of our Zoning Ordinance, K twlf(]
their approval to the plans for a new Woman Club building Our Hollywood, In a clash here at Ven- YMCA' In Sarasota. We want to stem that our troubles arise !tM\\

proviso referred to In the first paragraph is that the proposition Ice.The stress again tnt the ItllVKT( Ot tTft sources: (U) Incompleft 1
be from tennis team won over Bra- Venice and the general public are demanding by the council el tit I
possible a legal point of view. We can see no reason why It
denton In its first match of the cordially Invited to our Vesper ordinance and the coundTI polo, I
should not, since "'e understand similar groups have been all lowed' to season", but lost its second match Services Lion /In relation to It, slid (2)) k4J:
erect buildings on public property In other place We think that to Saraota,' The tennis team Is of enforcement on the part of W I

even though they are private organizations, any civic group WOe very well manned thla year,' hav- Mayor and his appointee the Hmlnl
man's Club, American Legion Lions ing a, full crew of Juniors Thl ROOFINGRoof trator of the Zoning 01nance.
Rotary etc. should be allowedto
should leave'UJ with fine pros Wort ..fl ll KindsAL'VEIl 1 Ila
use public property as long as they give suitable guarantees that 'I for creep
pect for next year In this sp<-rt.Baseball JOHtt. considering pleas
all or part of their facilities will be available to the public. Start. r.Phenm t tiaRa tp the Ordinance the Court

We admit we are not a lawyer, though, and that tbe final decision A croup' of baseball prospectscan : B.. ... 217-. Here.. tMt ta the past has Invariably M<1

must be decided according to statute Al'! we can do Is repeat that be seen working out at the to follow the prescribed procedure lag,1
diamond almost afternoon --- calls for public notice
we think Venice will benefit if the project Is feasible and goes every which f'urthermorehIT
That could lead to a very successful hearings
through. baseball season. Not only will Indoor several occasions granted sap
several games be played here in"lorida 1 tiona that could not be proper
but we are members of ,rantedIIlthout an amendmai|
the: Falls Cities League In Ken- Outdoors the Ordinance. Three fXef -Ii
COMINGFIRST tucky. This Is a league composedof were granted by the CoUDCU
eight leading high schools In faith on the theor) thai tbIr

ANNUAL VENICE COMMUNITY FAIR the Louisville or Falls Cities area. 1 weeds In the best Interest of tie d
There arc several lettermen back community. But a contlnullltl
with from last will result to .J"I
us and
year we thla practice
Fehrury: 26 March 5 have a number of very promising toning that will In restrictiosa the W !II.undermine JI d.l
non-lrttermcn I all our
On Saturday.'Svihdny.lMid: to" stay wlthia tJIt
f'pf'r.-r"1) : by Venice Lions Ch'bIDmit day of this week, candidates for lions falling of the Zoning ,*!

'he 1
Ins off their 38 hole medal playat Individual ....:..
the Venice Country Club. The By now we have gotten
"J" low scorers will make up the point that an Individualll'bo'OII
fani. These mon by the W1I' .
were to go tn not care to abide
Miami on Thursday for a three the Zoning Ordinance merely tI a
match trip. without the formality
The hMk**" ii >'"Mm -,.. ,NA feave '. .- \ building permit and Our ]I

wORX ACINATi I Thursday for Miami for a Thl :nifty SPARTOtf Port- qff eta stick their hf&c 1'u
S three ,u..e jouri.ey, the gaiiies able !s perfect for 'I'JhUbie or sand: up to their nnkles. If

SOME PEOPlE. being with Riverside Military beach. Looks 'Hk. liuQirf Iu,. &It allowonce Would Provide be

7N1YCANWa)' JlIT I'lFlJY6lWN1rfD Academy at He 1I"'OI'd, Ponee de gage, works on batteries' AC- that. .. "ext budget to '
Leon at VHail ,
and Redland High ft bllnkera.
iVAG School at Homestead DQ Superb'permanent mat Under our charter, the err
Tli" seen ront'"moatlne! making netic speaker, built-in loop an. charged with the c'tefutloa .

The: test way to pre the track team have begun pra ten,fra. Light-weight easy to Io eerngn5 of all ordinances itself directs
tltlnr' their. events at' the track carry. Zoning Ordinance

pare for event and,' the. Jumping, pits The track danlnlstrator to ran 5.
any .
team has a' number of eventi ache YbI w 'bI anY till
and to relax when it's doled both, hire and! In Keptucigrwith' Sensational Low Price available to him under efA.a
'a ds several. neighboring high ONLY era, Iowa of the It 0
school*. for 'the Council, _
over is with'. a'cool Fiohing,Contort, $34.95 well torpress them to consider tb'
The weekly school newspaper oec..ion. that II
drink prepared withJIM "The Kaycmeyc Anvil," ruts started Better Get Yeura quick! 1taV had an opportunll1 ha..
a ftthlng/ conl'<<,t beirlnhlnc themselves they
February 13 and terminating Radio Service on record as favoring >
March 27. The contest win be dj+ rtr1ctloiuif' It I' Db of t
vided Into three cla se*' (1) RedfUh MunicipalaD3.byandtoenr.rS| Oftill
(2)." $rooI\(, q) Small fish Venice
PONDER'SI (Sflee ibead. Tro t. etc.). PrOfy of .at T ordinance until '

nylon fishing line will awarded "Sick JUJI'ot Made Well In a legal and order "
to the winner of each gfbap. CAS '"
Jn Venice" pew W ? .
t ( A/I Interest In the beach actlvltle*
I die down somewhat afttT wV bl ate :II. ME. VeaJ .. Aye 't (lIdltDr' Note: We i> fit
been here awhile. the school starts Phone Mlt caspsreen hu described 1
'. each winter a aerie of sports and' (Continued onr Page \

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VENICE GONDOLIER -fue _rise! 'fF

fMneate)&In.* CLASSIFIED:; I I A D S t cents CLASSIFIED RATB8t fa AD f0.{ I'I'J ';I

i sdaded,.,,meat ad to n.1 words.:F each Idslllmaa adds"

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Tourney !
N or WOMAN la Mil food sup
t CAn earn l>00 per month by end Y;PERALJIAULINa. : "* : M'A> OFF on Films' Out. ...... but A COMPLETE l
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ilk month Teaching nurnlnc. or POll Edc. Phone,,$ shellssand: still food. Alpha Music Shop I (Continued from Page Ten) H
experience; helpful but not newWrit SERVICE .1
Box 22. CIO Gondolier Yen. DOUBLE lied wit hullt.ln bon led the visitors and the game
I I" INTERESTED full komia length mirror. Sea W. L. Dunn. "... by accounting for IS: points

> dnylI either Venice brl.k 8374.CONCRETE.or block w rk. .call Jmasolle, ,: Heighta In another tourney game last sales Rut**.'

I week.ContadaGondolierYofficer Hltiim DOUBLE. !:. Mattre,.... In excellent ..,.. night, Naples won a 27 to 18 vie. Covering the FORT MYtRS AREA ..*'
) Fla Telephone 110 0(1 a-oeb. J. K. Hill Laurel tory over Alva High School. The all of SOUTHWEST FLORIDA MBnt *-.
terw It WORK and tu."lnr. Lute JS74 outcome homes to beautiful riverfront eetaua t
ANNOUNCEMENTS Adorjiin Phone Venice .165. was not unexpected, since Coutal .locations including Impra-
'ill "EASY"
.. Apt nine
m>her former! Naples
was leading the conferenceIn N and '
$6050 unimproved tropical !lalanda feeaifc
Aa Elect Cottrell Paul IwH WiHidntiirk: used .nly two. _,h.. '50.00; games won and lost for mostof propertied fishing lodge. baeine.>'
Nave typf rltr. .
of.. NOUNCFMEXT Old and youn r.D.Q SEPTIC TANK CLEANING ditlon 125.10 Phone 111 perfect eon.. the season whereas Alva lost opportunities and Income letup inrtoInir *-
don't think you ire goad cnourhlur Modern pumping equipment motor courts, trailer rampe. liiHufcii.
xttej Monday com for orchestra t>,... Phone fiaraaou 91-220 Work Venice nared WELL FSTARIISHFD; small buiL; :; more than half of Its scheduled operating ranches, farms and groves .
| rehearsal Saturday 10 a.m. at Al.Music |. news on main ..tl'OPtI..nl..... Reason.Able. contests. Larire and email tract of land A 1
'PPONeta.1 Store REPAIRING Box 87. V.nlI... Players for Naples last night romplrt. rental service Send for tnrieMrintive ..
Lawn fuller and of this
movers stoves. maps ten-
'OIR washing, stewing machines were Billy Parker Roy Lnshloy. teal .....Uon.
''pieIrdlest r views and tool; :*. t. A. Lamb.;: a ir"Tr".t the I..OWED Trading FURNITURE poat. ::17 W.of all Miami kinds Avenu. V.n- John Smith Harry Baker For-

fOR QUICK RELIABLE SnuB Harbor. phone 2602FISHING rester Hall, Mullis Thornton, A. E. JEFFCOTT REALTY IN\ESTMENM

Y haft SERVICE. CALL FOR ALL KINDS; Oanant Jr., Rufus Smith, Anthony
of floor .
147 First
TICKLE and Marine Siren Fort Mrera. FlorU
nr the ,ee Venice Tile Co Office on W Miami pint Sup. Trmlnger and Julian McElroy. i
, hy t fishermen who known
116t., VenicePlumbing A\f Or call Bury WlmliUh at 2953. business. Hln.tle Ave Boat Kxiulpmento hu Those for Alva were Joe Williams. "Everything In Real FAl.te''

ItaIe. LAWN MO"INO-t-;; :;: ;;. ., on the-Trail wattle mil of No'omia Roy Dodd Ray Douglas Jerry Both the USUAL and UNUSUAL +
Shop Call Calvin Holder. Venice 'T1. i 4-'OUT Inboard muter bnat Gaud Dnnlcls and Freddie Edward ,
' Phone 2132 condition. *250.00. hone Venire iOM Parker was Naples' high man lotthe {
14 Venice
> uiHA I night, accounting for 11 tal. ROOM HOUSE! frame eon.lniet.-.
I 118I' REAL ESTATE FOR SALE MAPLE S-itae. al. i studio couch ;"I-h;;;; lies while WlllUams was histeam's with loran avven lots lot In Nuk..ml. 12.too. AIM
corner In Hay
AMA I Kith I_c.nhhn.t_ quirk ink 1'hnnt. 2614. high with 11. "... J. ff. Kelly at JfSI Point for Tclrph-w In'or.stfon. .

,IbuwN1ht JICK RELIEF FROM beautiful HAWR Lemon rnintatrv Bay Over All improved IUOO feed, two on IHU OLDSMOBILb A.I cimdltlon Inquire Naples is Hue to take on La t

,toms cl Dktret*Arlslnf from humor,. private hoot linrbur Anpnixlmatilv -, at II _A V liar-=--____ Belle in tonight' second gnnu. .:: . . .11I',' f;
. T 1.2 ai.re Irked rliht Box IVenire i. WASHING MACHINE. used attend with the winner Scheduled to meet
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.*!-'' rOMACH ULCERSTO Fla.DESIRAILE. ditlnn : new i>.rinrr "-'n.. and collar fur the victor of the Venirc-Ever :
''I!ii ...( airitHior..ry reaiiinalile. I Phone Vmli'' glades game in the playoff to. I: '
EXCESS ACIDBookTeUlofHomeTr..tmentthlit 2(51 .
SELECTION of ir %M ,
!(1iJI, morrow. If Venice and Naples
and residential titan In city of b..ln"1!* .
dps.u I by owner If into,+ted. tuiiunt meet in the finals the champion-j! '... \
It Help or It Will Cost You Nothing teitlgate Add..... Box 88. Venire Fla. I LEGAL NOTICES ship can go to cither squad!. Na- .
r three million bottle of the WILLIIO 11-ACRE: Farm : new- huu;:v, ;;;n. Ire, nips rtef"at"d the l"cal' team twice I
KENT have been Cold for relief of Oration well.. 7500.011.. Phone 8i81. I thlt year but los two We'kb ago I:

Atli'and' Duodenal nofdntreuarlilnit Ulcers due In from Excess Stomach Acid_ i KKMSTHt NOTRE 0.I FICTITIOUS I INTENTION: TO to Boca Grindo the tram that the 0/

( Olietllon, sew or Upset Stomach LOST The under.irin-1 NAME Indians licked week earlier. 'I
7114.1dEYt. UnM. Hoerttu,... I.pl......... etc., .1 that he a cmdmtlnit duo a r>."hereby,,liiy biulm certify' '*, The finals will not onlv deter :PUT YOUR CAR I .
lloEiMitAcId. Sold on IS day' trial l lfor SMALL: (,old SI la.It. iktt km'.. in.. at All...- !Rued Nokomis, Florida. uii li., mine the 1l19 c'nfTonce champions -
"WI.rd' Mntata"" which full
/ lals) nirroil bSII' M.nLla.n'nl. tslne' the flrtiliuus name ufMIDY8 but also the team that wIll;
lint/ this &.ro8Lmellt.froeaa.tilE : '
t finlln reword. C III at (..omlnlirllnnk IIr : HrN Mil IT FARM 31N OUR
REXALL STOVE and that oiill firm ,o CMnpd tot the represent the western div' icn of : .i
/ lliiMnir!! HToin .. hwe name and place thj State's' Region R Claw <;I !
(if .,..hh me In .. f Hi KIII schools in
a (chainplr hln matchAgainst
Thomas I-:. Fddy A II..* R..I I, Nok"1 I.. For Guaranteed 6
"Satisfied Customers Build OurBusiness' mi.. Hiriila. the winner of the eastern '
r)Bit Ownership uf Kl.lK Hun Fruit .'., division Mar. 7 in Ft. Liud-rd .'
M flo! .m n'l The match will be part of the ",
r r I'a Thomas S. Faddy: I""'; (;I'III'rlll1111' K air. {
It In ny Intmllin t.. apply tn (hi., playoffs for the state championship II < i> ,
Clerk set the Cir.uil Court in and for I Complete l Brake smite r
dnr0 Formula County rlirlla, ti nvl.t.rHld t0.. .| Front End AlixninirI I,
" > ntm lit UJIIY'Ilit;;.! riilir
"l I FARM order he provisions of ChapterUIir.t The .I Lnliriutiorivtamlnrd .
11 LET US SERVE YOU I awn of H,',,".. Act nf 11111.Witnrva People SpeakContinued : Oil Products a
OKtlTlu' I mj hand thin ilh day of Feb.
WITH OUR nary. 1UH ( from rage Eight) ('h:'\klir Products "n Ice .
IIIOMXI 8. FDDVriilll ,."
COMPLETE LINE OF >-hi F.li II. I M, iS. Mar 4. mil alien accurately However we (all For and Dilixirv Sertirra
have been told by Al Siegrlst prcs.I.l
I NOTICE Or MA TFII'I SALE !Idcnt of the council that It t}ill bi 1
Notice If heh.hy iiivin thnt under an I WE 1)0 :UnItE \ND
thoroughly as soon aDevlin's
Paint Hardware I.y'Irlu" of and pursuant to the Mnnlh.vrw ft CHARGE LESS: .
as the new members are able to .
'rtbtt BUILDING n nd-end in the 'lit day of Jan' .
. uarv' IB19 hv the LYNN become familiar with the bewildering -
rKALII; JliKe, .if 'h.H< 7'iI"C.; : ..'; liand mass of ordinances regulations :

Building Materials: fir Surawda' (County Florida, in that I
MATERIALSLEMON etc., that govern council actions
rirtnln cause th-'n-!In pallor' wherein s
SrNNr REALTY COMPANY: a corl >r:I Let's give 'cm a chance.) .
Lumber & Millwork ntiin l. plaintiff and MARIE (.. PF.
.. 1'ROUTS A. it nl hue ilv'en,lantH. heirsChancery e Nokomis Garage"On ; !
An all
boxing shOlf"r tho
o/Ilf SINCE 1925:
Cane No 7'07. the lender jl.hn..1I".i.1 i
Polio Master apnolrted hy the Luiirtxhown n. benefit of the Sarasota Police PenSion .
I VENICE LUMBER CO. hy said Dire will off. for a-110.
'11att r Fund will be held starting | the Trail :\n. X..l.oRli-
andill at pilllc tu the hil'h-
outcry 18.15
next Wednesday at Ihrig
otthrlnW1 PHONE JJ22 and heat blild.t for ra.h In front of alt .
A\r. Seaooard
at i North D.enr if the Foot Wing if t0 Field! in Sara sot a. The field l Is located I I'HONE 2.\111
Onk-l County ('.nirt H"nw nl Sarn-ota (ountt behind the Sarasota High a
t 4 In the ('Ity..r Snrawta Fli ridu. >.n School on the Tamiami Trail. IJ .
fff1f'i4t tttft ttttfffffffttt_ ftfttttfft M.nrtav March T. IDIK the same l sire S. BUB al.lg 3l ;
*,l a liiral alo> fla\'. and within the byre! .
,4 Nt, I h.... or sale" the fallow'in. .....,....,t. ,
BAY ESTATES I Kluinl. In Sarasota County Fl..rlH. I
laM,,it: For Your Florida Home
lit. n. IK 111 and I 11 ItlH-k "L." i
IX SMIHIRF r-HORFS. 11.1.... I.?.
q Tvn.hp Id tun1" Rn'Ki 17 F": ,0.
only available waterfront lots
in this exclusivesection
In l' 1M
leyap'dl r Old\ Town EnglewoodIs il ,tli-\4. Record Ml 1"4 of PI Suraxitj an" |-t County. Flue.. with views overlooking; both beautiful Dona and

tail. Bays.This .
ant ttACO r4 I Lad: K. Bli'k "M." SAPIHI'lFFHORfS Is connecting land between Enchanted Tales and
M 'Ritlinn, 1.2. Tuvn.h'n liJoti'h ;
the Piace to select a location far your h Renter 17 F...... ....."rt.* '.. Point 0' Palm Estate:, loLftid on Sunrise Drive in
e( II IIFLORID. flak t "nre. 1Rt HI 17'. 171,I.
t the? .\\IN1TK IIOVKEng'cwood 175 and I'd of th- Pi lilic- ItmrdPnniwta or I Nokomis. Lots arc restricted to minimums of 100 ft. of
of till ... f"un'\'. f>".",.
... Suit pwn"H act ,.shareh... waterfront and 200 ft. in deptli
no, d Beautifully bolted for throe miles along the ... Douce 0' anld' C..".... t..hr with ,."1 High) land County Taxes only Riparian rights
ISO.flak. + ..e _ale. ,,,,,,h.r. h. lone for !
banks cf lemon Bay acne to Guif ncichm. Petted 1..tr'1 and Title Insu-ed. Uniform HT'bniks to preserve the
You \\iiriike D f ed, thl. ""'h t'!". "' .'"-..."..
IStoj Englewood. 1411111.41111 M KPir r beauty cf the viewsRE"O.ACLY. .
I ;t o.nwm M ,"ter III Chnn."ervW'iltinms : PRICED
Let us Show You LE raFY FfTVTHSAny
'" . ,.., ........ Only 3100 ft. aVd'l.lbie. Sic your !local brok.r or nil
a the acreage you like FuJI .\ ores, Ton Ac;t < r Forty'PRICES 4. Puhl'h! F..r "'nn 11.tat eR '"JR.

't .--- I E. G. ENGMAN ,

end ARE LOW! f The Florida' Bilkers Asscolatlrn (Owner)

at :+ : reco nlrlnsr the Inw-rtance'l POINT: PALMS MIKOVIS, 11.onii)"\
of forestry, Is fconrftflng: many,
Make Build when ou s*: rwwly
? jour Rl"lIl'rvatlon"0': : 'I Investments I'honecnice 2731
Inndowne's to plant pines as
_4,1d f' ; I
Ito We will carry your Investment at .

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_ Tate -Ten VENICE CONDOUEi Friday, p,ib rrl& '

I V-N Wins 1st Tourney RoundVenice To'Hank'Inspect Greenbe City ,'"

Hani u.1:1"berc.,
_.- I nger of the World] play!
I land Indiana baseball ChRITIPIOllI'I"'"'"

Pilotsin I Indians EnterSemiFinals Stars Resume terming Inspect Venicthi lu l. ]Iprii: II

Visitors Set t Fish 1 Record ; i"8 site for on\, .. teas de,
Air Show Three Hours of minor j league the team.
75 Snapper in ,; 'Pin' ClimbThe This wa reported club,

Two Venice pilots] Ed T. Don.hi What Is believed to be a local I council Tuesday to the
..i Jr. and Floyd Jojmr. will fishing record was act at the I Leighton '(;Ollnll, night '"
participate In Air Activities 'Glades Match Venice "All-Stars" wh. "city director Cornset !
t-: Venice Inlet yesterday by P I f-
Lay nhi\\ that Is brine sponsored > i have been fighting their way backup 'Chamber of ComZ VUlice A f
Cockrill, 1wlntC'r visitor, :
bv the ('h'All'\! Pntiol onVnnlv E'I' after clipping out of the lean :
afternoon ut the barasotib his son, thv latter a cadet By JERRY LARSEN ot the Sarasota All Star Bowling PnrcricctuhadrdvMh'Marm '

:s!'cnlon hlipft. Kentucky Military Institute Gondolier School Reporter League several weeks ugo, pushed sent to the Indian nft|
Jntnmha: \Ig operation of. The pair caught T5 mangrove I 1 ho Venue Nokomis High to within one game of top position ,
fkir for the :Sarasota! Squadron cf snappers In three hours while School Indians winners 01 the Wednesday at the Sarasota: '\*
'h, PVP will bp chairman: of the fishing from the Tarpon Center Everglades high School Athletic Cowltdrome: Jits'm'an.. : would** lhat
rating land field trn'fl tomrnit- dOI'ks. according to Phil Calla Conference Basketball champion.I They got: there by defeating the few cities In Florida 'inlpeer l
rt during: the kho\\', Joyncr will; I nen operator of the center mp list year. shout signs last Mather i-urmture squad bj two with a MPA ItI and this
.,' ..i in nlrminn comedy not atc it U and rs'.oo"! tint several n>kiit nut tacy might do u again. guncg. while at the same time the .ummedat. II' !,ur uranrinr..
,..! c.f t'.>. din lhW 1 j types of fish arc now' running Aicetirg the Loe'i Grande lar- kogue-liading City WAtch crow clubs In 19 It ITlI&or\earq\
';V two-hum.rogram begins In th :tT-.1 ti! large numberi. ions m the Hint round of the 2nd I lost a couple to Caps Market It Mull\ hi : d tc addt'that\! ) 1
.:'t |p.m. Tin 1 public hal been in. ending a scarcity thai hns had .,..iuji i..UI nl1ul.1t it the Ken the localitcs luck holds out nextweek imitation tin a Venice accept 1Qr
;' rf+ and tlc1t t+ J5 cents fort I > irt-inpn And tommT hi flihirniin :uuv.Mililarv. [ Institute gym, the it will put them buck in tin 'it I' >s' and
.,., And '0 cents fit 1'1111.11'11'1 1 cursing their luck for theIst leal rcU>kms emerged uaoiiuuat I first place spot they held for foUl Cornwellthe he wd till!
: bi mn:e'it fit the piitphtltv : I I tw.t w't.lts. Mayor Louis Su. ..1I LO .'9 seou The win puts weeks in a tow. They were pu h. ei( i : the advll\llallr vultKuNkcn'H
,:. ''K-'H"n. Tempi stoat ter ported seeing! an Cbtiimt. them in line to meet Lurgmuik, <'d Into 1tie six week ago anJ I
t. IK to K tic feature iHnii ed :CO bolts c'u'tprcd 1 together atone high in the sen.l.tinaU at ty'l tu*' then into an nlso-ran position a
r n ft th" aft rnnon Other c:: 'ntt offshore fishing grounds iiigut u..d another victory will fortnight ago. I
j' Include! 11111'1 airplane' races put th.11mlo the final! at 8 Sat The Venetian I were 1 bi bv Jim tool hip -ir-e toe same t
1 'I'HMI: of ihi htci.' Intone yesterday.HEADQUARTERS ', I' Ill ;
urJii > Ol\klI.'Y. whose 221 was high liin. The itlUmeii
.'inimint" a solo fli-jht bv a 73- I ,tgi. nights game was a thrillerfir gle for the match Tony Dyse\Piii looked 1..Sm lets \
-..oldfimin and dominRtra'i ut /Katt the tirtit half The I also was hitting 'em hard, rolling I \ m as llk-M wVednesdav
.. of th, (pl\ltlwl: pf J IfgntITTl 'I Venetians took the lead at the 081 for the series Other members the fiut pyp
., .lait aid were ahead 11 to b' I I of the squad are Ernie Peter, Joe I tts T rn sues took a?lconts
from th
'rcM 11"elor' the pur,'hn.r, of CAP ci- l'ORFISHING '> apparently got careless thinliiiutxti I I :Men's League This pau: the barmaid,
..' 1 '3n1fJCllat ::: TrU I : I IRHTI : '. for tne visitors overtook In the Venice Dten's Bowling four-fr.imc left the K i C ub m the lye it
I them and were up front by i 19- League Tuesday night at the local hind and the three lama Is,

e\ ROD !{[!P.\lPS Id severe when the second period Bowlakade, Venice Electric co girls 1' b inec und-poertulTw.The latter tan |
was finished I its tak.
held onto top position by
esppci: .v bad week Ia
smiitH.n ( hinciKRIIII/ ing three in a row from the fifti-
I R & RSPORTING I The situation changed! once place Adorjan Truckers Jos-tarts Indies three a to the pod bill
1v more In the third stanza when I Plumbers stayed rn second despite
I I the Indiana, apparently! smarting: losing a pair to fourth-placpFarls High sin itirl doubles> boas
bRerp k 1
GOODS were won \ Clobber, Icy
from a pep.talk by Coach Charley Garage: Venice Food was
who a CI and a tag,
uaud turned the heat: Again
lPI" Venice-Nokomis Rank still in third petition after takingtwo uf 440
I They managed to (push their score from the EnRle.sood Mereh.
VENICE:: : to ::19 P* compared with the Tarpon ants and onetime leaRlle.le Iding
.0 at the haler i of the thirdquarter Smitt'i Tavern sank to next to
I and Increased their lead bottom spot b\ losing three In
''t, <11 points in the last ftanzi Venice Furniture, now In the eel.Ur .
: The last few minutes of the ,
KeepIn game were nearly a route, with High single and series honors
I the Venetians doing 10 well that were not reported to the Gondolier
Uadd put in most of his second I
FUN and EXERCISE Shape! string Those who started th- In the Men "B"' League on
game for the home squad were Monday. the hlgh.handicnp E1nondson !-
Ralph Adrian Glen Stephens Bil- Farm stayed In
V. ii em pet both bv' driving I Yo u' 11 Earl Lanius and s crew
Iv Hankins Ihrl"flr
i tir.t'pl&cl. b\' taking t
,'aiilu1 d La!'. on or new' II strike' the j| Harry Lanius. Those who finished and ln.t game from J & J Aircraft
::f' \\0..1 or lion cluE! ,. haINl 'f right I note t i the contest were Ernest KappiU hold"r of the bottom spot

-, Ices f ,ri.ched.! Lig:,Ud ,t < # eerlimp jf mann James Franklin. Raymond Venice Radio continued to thronen *.
Il Mitchell Donald Collins nnd Jack: the loader however bv win.
;toot I I you exercise
II Pearson nine three in a row from Green
I on our fine I High score man for l"e'l'ne.- Fuel. That put the Flialo men TODAY'S STANDARD 4

Only 50c: 30 Balls Ii ABC appro\. t inns was: Harry Laniun whoso only three panics behind FOR SALT WATER FISHIN
I rd alleys! I fast breaks from the center of the High series honors went to
floor enabled him to drop 12 Pinch Were! r>f he FiiPlcrs
Fn AM. TO 11 PM Fun At Low Cost I points! worth of leather Into the thanks to his 479 H. P. (Kirk>
r : lurkct Tarpon players were
Jerry Harrison. Ted M\ert 1
30 Cents Per Line
Venice Golf Thomas Cannon Merle Fulton! TARPON
and .Timmy Corr
1 Drixini!; Range VENICE BOWLAKADE on Pace Nine! CENTER s


i I"' Twit, opp> :JP New I ,Innn Mioil..y Ernie: Peter I I A "Bear" for Savin: --I I Tide Tables
I ruiuu't); I)"nrv I r
t1 01'1'! KM Parade (iniuiuNsmillv's You Money end VENICE: INLET:
N.. 160. CAP. iSOTDLNo.
i I ;My Power Tools enable me 11 Punta Rasa Correction
l60-t 10" ...hl milts goal ties
do your work faster better I Kick Law ".....'.. t rot Plain e a 1var

I cheaper 'rl.! f.h It S:If am tl:U urn ,, 14t.ah, { wNU d. VA.IR 0,10" ..-...
I 4 |i" pm 11 :'M imS"t 'uJ".I. "..III.f'" OaN.
.. ,4 L tiro .ale.mtu
h 110-
I I P 4 1 12 pm"un .
I l liivernQuality I ( .. Fill, 2" I :"ii am1:2r. '5-4' -, ,n. II%No o III.Wr.
4WALT pm ratio a w I. o U l"iIt II"
!Mon. .'.h. Jl\ 21 |"I mn
TIHt.I.. .'> 4 :fl| >n> DEEP SEA
Drinks Dancing NightlyAt BEARBuilder 7 :'it pm BOAT,SURF AND
.I Mi .5 5:h' urn FISHING IN 60 MODELS
to the Music of <:27 pnThnit
.. rd !J 1 :'6 non 8:11 >n< ALL WITH PATENTED
Popular Prices Dave Duncan 1"3' pm 4:HI, pn "ONE SHCi LUBRICATION1 ,
Fri. til. SK 61:24 urn
of 1 HG pm >:.'1' pn

Homes Bout Dock I -0- Plastic Age

Cottage. !SaValU BOATS FOR RENT:
Package Dejt.B ::1 EQUIPMENT
Contriteork SUM( ) Per I):i)' and Ip BOAT &

\ Buying in Quantity ve ;arc able to I Live Bait COMPANY
II Residence Phone
titkC :1.1. : ot j Un the Trail S. yaks
; : intake
1\\, lay Pt, \okoml..1111'(' 2J'l Tackle C Mi. North ur "rnktl.)

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DEALS fi '
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The Savings thus effected ;ire pissed t onto -

our customers in the form of Lower Prices. it OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

Krueger Finest Beer and Ale $3.49 case t ,,

Tills 6fle deposit)

Mr. Boston 4 yr old Virgin Island Rum $3.19 fifth : ? GOLF COURSE

John Collinc90 ,proof grain Gin $1.75 full pint .. 9 Holes 60 cents All Day S12o

Highland Queen Imported Scotch $5,25 fifthA "

Standard "A" Blend Whiskey $3.29 fifthCRfo& SHORT TERM 31EMBERSIUP! RAff

( $S4Ualue .
(Including! Golf and Social FrItll'K"
Cinzano Imported French 'IS I IO't11lL: f
and Italian Vermouth $1.98 fifth
Pedro Domecq Imported' $18 rrr Lot
j INDIVIDUAL S30: Prr.ar
Spanish Sherries $1.95 fifth 4
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