Venice gondolier
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079934/00159
 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 25, 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: UF00079934:00159
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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3, NO. I
FEBRUARY 25, 1949 "

Magic at )
Ve-No-Hi I

Public Hearing on Canal .

Set to Clear Uncertainty

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Big Forest Fire Town May Look Ghostly, 'I{ EngineersTo

But Its Only the PageantWhile
'" Threatens Homes : Appear

'' Venice U a long way ,

;; .0 Smokes Up TownQuick that from it being was the during"ghost the depression town. Give Facts

y it may resemble that un.
happy condition briefly Satur.
day night II
Action by Chief Reason Is that most stores, Pointing out that to date the I

.,.2_ normally open Saturday night to government has not released
< Others Averts DangerA nerve weekend shoppers will enough information on its plans for

forest close early so both their em. the proposed Went Const Inland p,
fire which broke out ployees and customers can attend 't
yesterday afternoon northeast of the finale of the Sara.do. Waterway to enable Venetians to
the Seaboard Airline Railroad Sots Pageant In Sarasota. form intelligent opinions, George

tracks, threatened several housed A canvass by Sur Ann E\cr- M. Edmondson, president of tho
a npMir "". gear CM bt "Mopped" white In full motion it one of and tilled the Venice business section ctt, secretary of the Venice Area Venice Area Chamber of Com
many fascinating, demonstrations in the General Electric "KouM ed with smoke before it was Chamber of Commerce, disclosed .
science (shair. Revolving 000 times a minute it becomes only an in- brought under control late last yesterday that the Rexail merce, called this week for a pub.

blur, making k impossible for esgiaeae to study ** action while night. Drug Store Bowlakade, Lowe's lie hearing on the matter

ale full sped. The blare: was discovered shortly Grocery, Ncstlewood Gift Shop, Edmondson scheduled the hear

before 8 p.m, by Bobby Stephens Higel's Appliances and Tay. Ing for Monday, Mar. 7, and urg-
son of Venice Fire Chief Dewey lore Hardware would clone at A ed all area residents to attend and
Stephens, who led the fight against pm. The Venice Foid Shop will to submit written
questions the
the flames Spotted a short dis shut Its doors at T. the Alpha on
tance above Hatchett Creek, It Music Shop and Venice Dept. I project to the chamber in ad.

first was traveling northeast with Store at ft, and the Gulf and I vancc The answers will bo given

u brisk breeze behind it, but swung Palm Grills at R also ,'he said, by two representative of

around and began coming south Regular Saturday night hours the U. S. Army Engineering Cor pi
when the wind shifted will be followed, however by In. I district office at Jacksonville.
ral bars store and the
Houses that were in the path of ,
the fire when the wind changed Gulf Theatre. And since th- Senator Tipper lltlp

Inriuded hose of Chief Stephens, check did not Include all merchants The representatives m tivlliticngmrcrs i

Douglas Arnall, Calvin Boone In Venice Nckomln and employed by the corp ,
Clyde McKinney and others It aid Englewood readers arc advised] : telephoned this irormrfg and
F not reach them however, thanksto to make personal queries to I advised J. Leighton I Count Corn-

work! .by Stephens, Arnail. William ovoid disappointment well the chambers ouolieitv dl.I -
I Bellamy of Venice, Byron ; rector that they would attend tIlt!
i Jones of Nokomis and others. | hearing and would bring all ,iicc''.

The fire fighter wet down the tary maps chain and other data
flames with water from a city Big Tent Erected with them Cornwell had tell'.

crash truck, at the same time set 'I graphed early in the week to S.n.ator *
ting backfires and digging fire. Claude Pepper <(.
lines wih hoes, rakes and shovels. For Lions Fair : asking that the corps be represented -
By 9 p.m. the flames were under "to develop the true pie.
i\\.... control although they still lightedup I i ture' of its plans.

the sky and attracted a crowd Preparations for Venice, first i The main objective of the hear
from miles around. ing according to Edmo.idson. will
The blaze gave out a heavy, community fair which will be be to find out specific details regarding *

the Urobotuupte light, however, the rapidly spinning "gear" Appears acrid smoke which was blown into sponsored by the local Lions Club the canal that would be
stand till, allowing engineers to study its action to they cut design tier the city when the breeze was' are swinging into high gear. I cut through Venice if funds for
4 better-nuuuof machines.cience coming in this direction. While A large tent, Intended to house the waterway project are appropriated ,
several thousand dollars worth of by congress. Present plansare
displays by local merchants, was
understood to contemplate
to Be Displayed timber other was property destroyed were, no damaged housesor erected yesterday on the southwest running the canal through the

Only corner of W. Venice Ave. and the city's beach district, and this ha*
casualty was Stephen's son
who received a slight burn on his Tamiaml Trail. And sometime over raised a storm of controversy

House of Here neck when struck by a spark from the weekend, carnival apparatuswill among those who hold it would wh
Magic9 ruin" Venice and others
a flaming palmetto clump.
be set up by a professional I maintain it would be a good thing.
Only imag and tmber were show
smouldering this morning. The; fair will open Monday, In. Rumor and PropagandaThe
he famous General Electric C of C head stressed his belief *
''owe itys he raid, because of the edu. stead of tomorrow as originally'
Magic" a scientific that nearly all present opinions
planned. The change was made by
w In which catlonal nature of 1U exhibits. It Ceremony
almost unbeliev- on the matter are based ou
the to avoid conflict with
! : haa been since world'sfair sponsors .
teatl are performed with the hopes and 1
"rumor, propaganda
the climax of the Sara-de-Sota
I of physic, chemistry and oth. days to Include many up.to. For GW's BirthThe I Pageant in Sarasota. I.I.I fears, with very little accurate In. y!
I date discoveries all of which may
subject will be stag. One of the attractions of the formation on either side" He
for area residents next Mon. soon result in marvelous machinesthat maintained that obtaining factual
show, which the Liens hope to
t at the Venlce-Nokomls High can be uscj In our homo and birthday of George Wash. I Information from those closest to
make annual affair will be
ington first U. S. president, an
001. businesses was
the project "willl enable us to decide i
observed here publicly giving away of a calf donated by
fhe how, which played to au- Scientist in Charge short Tuesdaywith Edmondson Farms Inc., of Noko. whether it will be a good
flees One of the show's most impressive a ceremony In the thing or a bad thing for our com
totalling more than 3000, handstand In the Civic Center mis Tickets for the contest will {
Persons during the New York exhibits according to Clouting Park. be sold during the week and the munity, without anyone's personal
rid'. Fair Is a demonstration of strobo. views entering into It,"
a few years ago, Sponsored by the No-Vel Amer. awarding will take place before
sponsored Jointly by School people light. This light flashes on ican Legon Post end its woman' the fair closes Others who are scheduled to appear .
nclpal Homer E. Mikesell and and off so fast that the human auxilary, included at the hearing are George
1 Florida Power and Light Co. eye cannot detect the change, and theprogrlm Youngberg, local contractor;
make fast.mo\'lnr machinery presentation of the flag by a KMI Baby Killed at Englewood
mission will be free and two Is used to color of County Commissioner William L.
guard; reading Washing.ton'
formances will beheld In the appear to stand still so its farewell address by Bettey When Struck by TruckThe Woodard of Laurel, and Joseph K
"x* auditorium, one at 230: parts can be examined Lee Johnston. daughter of Post Mcrrin Youngbcrg visited the en.
;. and the other at 8:30, operation. In the chow the "strob" Cmdr J. A. Johnston of Nokomis nlne-months.old son of Mr. gmce- Jacksonville office on Fob
'Ith a reputation for thrilling; beam is focused fin a disk whirl 8 and 9 to obtain as much data on
and a talk on Americanism by Le. and Mrs Paul Bierce proprietorsof
most Ing at a rate of 900 revolutions per lie to i'
bored spectator, the the canal as possible. was
w will demonstrate music that minute. The result Is that the disk glonnalre J. Leighton Cornwell. Bierce's Machine Shop at En., be the featured speaker at the
The latter also brief
vela on a beam of light, a lamp seems to be motionless. In addition prayer In the absence gave of Rev. Fr. glewood, was killed at 5 p.m. today hearing until It was learned the
urinated by electricity flowing rainbows melt and C. L. Elslandcr, pastor of the' when struck by a Chadwlck government men would De present
>ugh each other when a blue stroboscopic I' Is member of the
a human body, a "kidnap another Epiphany Catholic Church, who Fisheries Ice Truck. Police said Woodard a
ector" light is thrown on of the
and dozens of other board
had been Invited to attend. The the youngster had crawled behind
Ufying act*. These wU include disk covered with a crazy patternof ceremony ended with blowing of the right rear wheel of the truck West Coast Navigation District,

" n walking away from his fluorescent exhibit paint.will: be the lightof taps by a KMI cadet. The legion a* it was backing up. The drlvrr while Merrln is the commission'
the yrorlds first sun mo- engineer.
by chem. Auxiliary was represented by its was Ward Curry, Nokomis.
of Its size and kind, and aMature the firefly produced president Mrs. Ruth Kuykendall. Although act approving con.
train that obey spoken lials It I Is a cold light struction of the waterway and canal >
It Is said to be Although: all civic organizations APOLOGIESThe r
unanda. cost of producing of the school children and the general have been approved by con
!>e "House of Magic" previous. some 29000000 time that public were Invited, only about 35 staff of the Gondolier re. gress, several times no approprl.
baa been shown only In larger lnr"ndc rent lamp. for adults and 50 children were.pres greta that It will be hours late In ation for the project has been
* of the U. S., according to W. The 2:30 show will be mainly evening ent. The latter Included Boy reaching the newsstands today. passed and Is not included In the '

Clueilng, a scientist who Is in school children while the members of Sccuti. Girl Scouts Cubs and Reason is a press breakdown that budget now being conidered by
H e of the show It Is now be- production will rn for Brownies. took hours to repair. congress
. brought to smaller commun. the general public. p

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r TwoExCouncilman VENICE'OONDOISIR4' Friday February

Florida' 'trwi' farm". system, Are you 65? Take
RECOVERING ITT HOSPITAL Show old In Security card to B/.ur '
Returns Plan Benefit which wa Just two years Security the ..
Thomas S. Cox proprietor of the :June has nearly 1.000,000 acres too late to office. Don't "44
After Rest in Arizona I find out
Venice Paint Store, was reported pledged to raising timber as arop. benefit It means about 10It
Former City Councilman George "much Improved" at Sarasota Hospital To Aid City Park : Workers whose SOCial money te lot
W, Botts jr., who resigned his this morning and Dr. T. S. IItutItrlo
post and left here late in October I[ Thompson said he thought the ,

because of illlm-ss, returned io his aged man would be able to come Money to Help Pay TELL_ yOuR FRIENDS I ;
home on Harbor Dr. last week home over the weekend. He wa ABOUT'
For Bandstand RepairsIn
with his wife. taken to the hospital Tuesday
Venice at EasterAnd
While details of his present condition night after suffering a cerebral order to raise. money for the.
are not known, he appear ipnsm. benefit H
City Recreation Fund a Tropical VacationIn
to be In good health and highpirits.
show will be held Mar. 14 at the : The Spring
l< He said that after beingexamined A miniature electronic devic
by specialists at the collects and transmits to ground Gulf Theatre, It was announced Warm' Gulf Bathing LION
Duke University! Hospital at Dur. kinds of yesterday by Publicity Director J. Fishing Golf, Bowling, CLUB ,
runny Venice, since he encountered observers 24 Count) CwMwell ot the
Leighton ( Shuffleboard Me-t't. E\'l'iy .
rain and nasty weather most of Information about flights of the ThuhdR' Ev
Chamber of Commerce
Venice Area
the time he was away. Navy Aerobee high-altitude rocl- at 8:30 o'clock stGulfbreeze
ham, N. C. he visited for awhile I eta which travel at nearly 3,000 VENEZIA HOTEL
at his parents' home in Vlrglnh Ccn-nwell said hotel
miles per hour: and Mrs: Louis Suter Hosta
and then went to Mesa, Ariz., for I VISITING UOXII'A..
; He tor Hetty had agreed to donate\'IC\I I("
a rent. to California and other spots.
While residing in Arizona. Mr.1 asserted his travels hud made him u"e of his theatre for the '
and Mr). Botts also teak side trip all the more glad to be back InIXTKODfCTORV 1 The film that will he shown is

rill.........,........'.....'_._.A.'i.ir '._._........I6.----- J. '' 'ue Vcailinj," and both stage I Insurance Protects
acts and a contest are also being
OFFERLivingston I planned. Ticket will cost $1 and AGAINST LOSSES!
.. will be acid by high school itu.I
Piano J dents and members of all civic Fire Life Casualty
t The recreation fund was started I
Price s725.oo
Reg. with $90.10 dropped in the "wish
t For Your Old Piano $125.00: 4 ing well" at dedication of the BLALOCKJames

: Special Price $600.00 j|
$50: worth of Musicor I tcrials that were used in renovat. BANK BUILDING
ing the bandshell and shuffleboard
= Records with Every Sale courts in .the park, and to provide VENICE.' FLORIDAPhone .
for future Improvement of the J61I or 2721
L Alpha Music Shop park's facilities If possible.:
; The amount needed to cover the
renovating material costs has not
been made public, but Cornwellsaid
goal of the benefit would be Venice Shoe Repair Shop

YOU HAVE TO EAT $::100. ,

Basketball Rearof Arcade Barbershop. '

Opposite Post Office
Whether you're a winter v--!
Continued from Page Twelve !
itor or a permanentresidfnt.. game, while Naples was presented Complete Modern,
with the second place aw rd. Homer -
you have to CHI to live. We can! J Mikesell, principal of Ve-No- Shoe Repairing
Hi, acted as master of ceremonies.!
see that you' do It cheapr.
trophies and "all-confer
easier and with greater: tr.Jr.y. ence" tourney awards will be P*.. Fl Leather Work
sented at a dinner :Mar. 11 at La
ment. Belle.In Also
their game against Ever.
glades on Friday, the Indians took
Frank C Raeburn Owner
the lead at once and kept It "We Make Sick ,

QUALITY FOODS 1 lOW PRICES been throughout defeated the twice contest.before Having by|I I Shoes Well" For Pickup and Delivery Phone Mi j

\0 TRANSPORT \F1ON PROBLEMS Venice, the 'Glade hove never had
real chance
a Harry Lanius again
!led the scoring with 13 points,
f while Earl Lanius and Ral>>hAdrian
VENICE FOOD SHOP IGA tied for fo ond P!RC" wi'h For Your Florida Home .
eight each. The "B" squad finish.
ed this game II so. The only available waterfront lots In this exclusive ,
\\. \ENHK .n I:. (lpp. Pursue Ground The Boca Grande do.
came was beautiful Dona ud
section with views overlooking both
i scribed in last week's issue.
Venke Bays.This .
Five Area Musicians is connecting land between Enchanted Islet and

I Point O1 Palms Estate, located on Sunrise Drive It
To Play in SymphonyFive I
l Jt' / 1t Nokomis Lota are restricted to minimums of 100 ft ot

area residents will p rUei. waterfront and 200 ft. In depth.

pate In a joint conce-t M In given High land County Taxes only -- Riparian rights
FOR LIMITED TIME ONLY Mar J2. by the West Const F 'r1.' and Title Insured. Uniform setbacks to preserve tin

phony Orchestra and the :Manvtee beauty tf the views.
River Chore! Club. REASONABLY PRICED i

The five musicians! are George Only 1100 ft. available. See your local broker or cill
Cibb, Miri Eleanor Wqcdroffe! 1
Ben P-b-r's. Paul G-JdMstfln E. G. ENGMAN
and Mi'F Marsha'! ',
The concert will b" h-M In the J FLORIDA
q..ot Mtrn'-lpfJ AtHitcrlnm at
a *" /'q ?::30( p.m. of the 12th. Tcke! ore Phone Venice 2731
on sale at .the Alpha, Music f ho p.
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:',J,_. In Main Dining Room or Pool PatioBREAKFAST
"r' Regularly $1.00 Each 11:30'A.M. 10( SUNDAYS
LUNCHEON -12.2 P.M. DAILY 12:30( 2:3

TWO for 151NIGHT *. DINNER -6.8 P.M. DAILY 6:30 8 SUNDAYS




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A'1&1 NOKOMISFlorida I

A Nice Place '

For Nice People

'Completely Furnished Cottages Available

1-Picture Windows 4 Three-Way Ventilation '

Overlooking Bay 5 General Electric Kitchens M

2-Private Baths in All Units 6- Electrically Heated

:3-Maid Service 7-Daily Linen Changes ;

' Facilities for Fishing, Boating, ,

Bathing Other Sports '

For ReservationsWrite

Drive 11 miles
South of Sarasota
Venice 2995
on Tamiami Trail
Nokomis, Fla.
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VENt B QONDOLtm Friday, Febrserr
Four 41

Tuberculosis Is New Sport for VenetiansFEEDING The women 6t the Epiphany The party eve ting is !

Guild of the Venice Catholic I at 8 p.m. at the schedule 4Club.

Church. will hold a games party VeNce

Biggest Killer 1,xxxxouo A.L.L&AAAAAAAAAA; ;..................'" "&' ;&0;;t,&, '"", :,.:. -:- .
.; : xrzrJ'f'ttU: :iiii'UUH
sj Dr. Walter A. Maier
Mayor WarnsUrges I
*} World-famous Lutheran Radio Evangelist "
whose vH
are being beamed Into Russia ,:
attempt robadctlti
?F nan to en
Chest X-Rays M people behind the Iron ,

As Protection for All J Will Speak At A

Pointing out that tuberculosis Lutheran Hour
kills more people between 15 and

45 years of age In this country I :|:: 3:30 P.M. SUNDAY '
than any other disease" Mayor 27
Louis Suter Issued a proclamation I I I I::: At

yesterday urging that the people
Lang Field St.
of the Venice area protect themselves Petersburg
by having chest X.Rays ::: EVERYONE INVITED

made next week ,*,e Choir Special Music' Q'1iHH
All residents and visitors of the +
area will have an opportunity to
have this done free of charge,
pointed out, when a mobile X-
unit of the Sarasota Health hl'l
Tuberculosis Assn. visits
Nokomis and Englcwood The (' Apology "

I their own habitat meaning under
nliiK the \ .raprojiet It DUE TO THE FACT THAT ALL
typical Florida publicity treutnient I I the water Is a sport that Venetians can easily take up. They ,
u group (If high schoolboys OF OUR EQUIPMENT WAS NOT
Is arm
hereabouts always
wont. but at least the water
and girls distributed ad. I DELIVERED IN TIME
trrtihinK material on the subject enough to make it fun The mermaid in this picture, taken at
throughout the Venice business j how It's done
near Brooksvill-! ws
\\ecklwachce Spring
district ><">trrdafho placed I
placards in the window of TAMIAMI DAIRY BARS Inc:|

stores I, alMs mad IIfi'I'i.: .. and windshielli I stuck !, F..r: . N O N II N P Y . r.. (On The Trail Near HMD: .

wipers: of all ears. parked nn \\'. ,
students were all inemht% I Inf
a high school biology <'a" I Seafood from Ocean and Gulf BUSINESS ON SCHEDULE: WE ||
taught b>' Charles 1.. G.id I, I'n I Itssoclation I :
: chairman here. DEEPLY REGRET THIS AND


of the project will be met by i DELICIOUS 1'1"11 .
funds raised by the sale of Christ. I WAITING EAGERLY FOR OUR"Seadogs"
mas Seals last December I and'"
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Suter t proclamation stref
that tuberculosis takes th1 1!" I :.1 Momma, Poppa and Baby Sizes"Jumboburgers" .
of more than 53,00 persons in thie'' : SCALLOPS OYSTERS
country each jear And he e':.I 1 .
plained that while many pcop'ei! j \IItI\IIJ.: ., .. I.OU rr.n... "Tremendous" .'
feel the disease is Just romethm' I .
that to "someone else" it I .
('1\\IS ('BARS Land-0-Sun Dairy ProductsWE
It highly communicable and can :'
be spread fro,,, rw-rson to person.
X-Ray ScheduleThe I
: fresh Daily .
units sciieCu was releasedby I HOPE THAT BY THE TIME YOU READ
Charles R Gadd, Venice, who y r
is area chiarman for the tuberculosls THIS OUR TROUBLES WILL BE OVER AM

association. He said it would i, Low Prices to Seafood Lovers 0 WE'LL BE READY TO SERVE YOU _
be stationed In front of the En. II
glewood postofficc: on Feb. 28 in Free Delivery to llntelx, Restaurants and Commercial
front of the Nokomis postofflce on Customers. on :\londuM. Wednesdays and Fridays. "ALWAYS WITH A SMILES: "
Mar. 1 and behind the Venice post-
office on Mar 2. .\ letter from I Lemon nay Seafood Market .
Dr. W L, Wright county health .
officer, Incorrectly stated I It.ft I ON TilE lUl' AT ENGIEHOOD VENICE san The Venice ChefSign
week that it would bp in Venice I
on Mar 1. g Stuart.O.'lIr: Anderson. Owners Ira \\'. Joiner, :91gr.I of Good Eittsf: ,
The unit's hours in Englewoi' . N . ... ."IC'.I..II.I'.I"' I '
mil bo 9 am to 12 noon and 1 I
pm to 4 pm In \tenth ;Nnkrmi.:
and Venice they will be Id amt" .
t p.m. ard 2pm. to 5 p.m. I
Gadd explained that each X.ray \ \
t' ''es on)" a minute to make does I
The of
not require undressing and was! City
completely pilnless Reports <.n I
each person s X-ray will be mprt
by postcard after the films have; ,
been processed i I
The service !Is offered to all I ,
persons 15 jean of rge and over VENICEWITH
Those in whom the disease I* dl'. I
tested will be" advised to contar
their doctor foi t'en'mrrt I
that it can be checked before it
becomes dangerous Cancer, heat
trouble and (,her Ht i>i...", can ai, I ITS
so be revealed by the X-ra>sJOSSART'S ,

1. JI Beautiful Bathing Beach :.

Right on the Gulf of Mexico


(THAT PLAINLY PLEASES tie'v Cordially Invites

rN s a A To Enjoy Its Bathing Fishing 0 ':.
coNTENrI Recreation Center and

v Sincere Hospitality

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February 21, 1MI

Scout Inspection Striking Brunette Mr. and Mrs W A. Larmore
Monday Night Venice Five Minute
tiled r a Town'VisitorsSayEnthusiastically left recently for their home In
""t-' ""' i7. :;:- Wilmington, Del! after week's
Lee'i Boy Scout troop, rear. '.. ; ; a
last fall after bring Inac. ;t' 'Ii\ 'i d visit with Mr and Mrs. T. S. Eddyof

>or more than a year, will reoIt. 1. ..,,: .' ;'1. Albee Rd.
first official Inspection .
,m. Monday. f'. t.J Venice greatest attraction Is
_ Inspection' will b, made by '" ., .... that It is a "five minute town," said that after living In a large, Indoors !
officials of the Sunnyland ', according to ),fr. and Mrs Allston noisy city that was "wonderful, I
Scouts of America (( ; ... Headley of Albany, N. Y. .1
ell, Boy :.. simply wonderful, and that hand !
Ing to Col. Vincent B. Dlx. ; .ij'jJ' : The Headleys, who hIve been Mrs H. hoped to settle here Outdoors !
al scoutmaster He listed the \ 'j : : I staying for about a month at the of these .
: one
s ai District Commissioner ... : rw41r I Cosby Apts. explained on a stop
nce Jones, Sarasota and at the Gondolier office that they plan to return home next
ell Executive Paul Treat of .' L. meant anyone can walk to any of week, but hope to return for an.
enton. 14r < the city attraction In a few min other visit next winter if not i
ben of a local Rotary Club ,l utes. Whether you want to fish, sooner. They first "discovered':
iilttee will also be present for / swim, play golf, shop. go to the Venice a couple of years ago while
vent. The club rponiors the .'Iet movies, bowl, go to church or any. on a motor trip through Florida.
The Inspection will be helde .. thing else, Mr HeaSley pointedout
Civic Center. ., the facilities are only a few A baseball enthusiast, M J.
tti blocks away. Moss, Orlando realtor, has a
JI The beauty of It all, he added, standing offer of $750: for every
that the town has all these advantages -' home run knocked by any memberof
and yet is spread out any team In the Central Flor.
enough to avoid congestion! Ho ida circuit.

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4e 1 Thl nifty SPARTOV Portable -
1 I IV : BV DUNCAN HIVES V; !s perfect for home cr

I I: beach. Looks like luxury lug.

I Cardinal's Villa Nokomis i gage, works on batteries or AC-
I DC Superb permanent magnetic
[ AMBURGERHEAVEN .... I speaker, built-In loop an.
-'_ ...1 HOTEL & COCKTAIL LOUNGE : tenna Light-weight, easy to

PALATKA. carry,
Miss Ann Williamson
striking brunette of Buffet Supper
Sensational Low Price
Winter Haven, will compete for Served
Every Sunday Night
the title of 1949 Azalea Queenat II I ONLY

the Ravine Gardens, Feb. 27, 7to9p.m. i $34.95ntll'r )
a' sponsored by the Palatka Junior BY RESERVATION ONLYDINING I
Chamber of Commerce. Mill : : (met lourit Quick!
Williamson Is sponsored by the

-- I Winter Haven Jaycees. Breakfast Lunch Dinnii ...I Venice :j

ill "11,11, 8 .9 a.m. 11.3(1 :a p.m. fi:311/ 8 p.m. 'I 1 Radio Service i

Engle Class Gets HatchetsTo Rooms Available .- Singles, Doubles and suites: I Sirk Radios Made Well !

L specialize In delicious ALL Mark G.W.'s BirthdayThe For H""n'atinna Phone 3141 i In Venice" I,
KEF hamburgers all w
Iressed up" with lettuce, tomo adult class of the Englewood Sou the Trail at Dona Bay NOROMI! (III.r 1 231 \V. Venice Ave.
Methodist Church held n
mayonnaise onions and Phone 2672
Ikte. fellowship class party Tuesday tlfHffI1m L MNl1JmIMl'lfJfJNtjjmtfl .
evening at the home of Mr and ..
ONLY 25o Mrs. Fred Mitchell 1
A cooperative dinner wa sen. I
ed and the tables were decoratedIn '
TABLES red, white and blue In keeping
COMPLETE: :MEALS with George Washington Birthday Stone Grove
OJc to $USO Miniature hatchets were used
for place cards.
With Mrs. Tom Chapin at the
Kappelmann'sDrive I
piano a songfest wan enjoyed by
the 30 members and friends pres.
In ent
Assisting the hostess were Mrs, Citrusk i
OPEN 7 AM TO 11 P.M,
William Brown, Mrs W R. Sims. .

(fcmiumi On The Trail No. !of V4 Venice ML I I Gwlnn Mrs. P. Mrs.Lampp Frank and Gould Mrs Is Edith the .,.: ,!It ,

class teacher :';\: .. I' :I: ::': { The Perfect Gift for Your Friendsv

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[ HOUSEWIVES WANT 'EM ".It>> \.11 ,:{ Up North


The Finest Food for You and Your .t

Children. .N* t

An Ideal, Refreshing Drink after a Long, Hard Day. 1

Our Tree-Ripened Oranges Grapefruit

Are The Sweetest-Juiciest You Ever TastedAnd


the Price Is RightFOR




Exclusive "HOTPOINT" Agency $1.25 Per Bushel Only $1.00 Per Bushel

; For, Vemce-Nokomis-Englewood. Area

,Complete Line Now on Our Floor FOR YOUR NORTHERN FRIENDS

Electric Stoves Sink and Cabmrt Comb. 55 Lbs. 1 bu. Fancy Packed Oranges $3.00 Plus Express

:t. Hot Hater Heater Dish Washer 55 Lbs. -1 bu. Fancy Packed Grapefruit . . $2.75" ,\

Hom Freetera Garbage Disposals 55 Lbs. 1 bu. Mixed Oranges and Grapefruit $3.00" "

I Vacuum Cleaners Refrigerators 30 Lbs. 1-2 bu Fancy Packed Oranges . . $1,80" "

V Free Delivery Throughout Area 30 Lbs. 1-2 bu. Fancy Packed Grapefruit $1.80" "

,*Also FAIRBANKS-MORSE WATER SYSTEMS 30 Lbs. 12 bu. Mixed Oranges and Grapefruit $1.80" "


, (Behind KHI-4! Mi. North
ALSTON E. PLAIT Manager A-B-H1D'l0r::
'. GEORGE L ALSTON N. p. 43S of End of Nassau fit. and a-uv .
A I Blocks South oftotofflee Phone Venice Phone 2962 st. Augustine; Ave.) r
P. O. Box 64
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VENICE_OONDOLIER Friday February 2s. 1911 't

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(4'4.x** wiwww*#w*"" wI ##"##"'Hi Cross Drive Mary From Henderson Elkhart anmik 4e
13-Day Red ter Miss i
i are staying Jennie Hen -
I Janie's Jottings j at the CApta

!; By Janet T. Conover I j! To Be Held' Next ..WeekIn Point ,

2 Gondolier Social Editor j! 0 .. p

r Paul A Youngberg arrived In Venice last Saturday from Ann Ar.boTMlcb Area Weekly CUtat t n.Uat

., where he Is a Junior at the University of Michigan. A civil Venice-E'wood .fr. and Mrs. E:. J. I.

engineering fctuelcnt he will work a while with his dad, George Young-
berg a building contractor. Paul served two and a half years In thearmi and Mrs. F AMr. _

signal corps during the war,_ part of the time in the Islands. His' and Mrs. D. h '
father Is said to have been chief Residents AskedTo P. HChi

construction engineer for the and Mrs. R S. Potterton of Man- Legion AuxiliaryGets Mr and Mrs. H Laf4"
crews that built Venice in 1926. (I I cheater Conn: Mr. and Mrs. J. A. ,
-0- Peters of Lakewood, Ohio; Mrs Contribute Mr. and Mrs. PaijoqI;: I(
Guests for several months of R. D. Hayman and two daughters, New Officers "
Mr. and Mrs. Gus A. Wester, Nassau Huntington W Va.; Mr. and Mrs.J. 11x and Mr. E MUwauk:, A. ee,
St., Is Mrs. Berta Carlson of' C. Rinehart of Louisville, Ky.; J ,
New York City and Westport, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hale and Ku \kem1all. Two Others Without CanvassA Mr. and Mrs. R. L W r010Air. br.

Conn. daughter .f Milton W. Va.; Mr. Get Second'Terms '

-0Arrlvln& and Mrs. Claude Browne of Eliz- and Mr. E.Betbleb.1. l n o y_:
tomorrow from Fort abethtown, K)'.; Mr. and Mrs. New officers were elected Mon. drive for contributions for the and family Smith q
Monmouth, =-:. J.. ire the son-in- Raymond Fisher of Cincinnati, day night by the auxiliary of tne American Red Cross of Sarasota fir, and Mrs. P. Sands _
law daughter and grandson of Ohio; Mr, and Mrs. F. E. Caikir No-Vel Post, American Legion, at County will be held in the area
Col. and Mrs. Haynie McCormick lor Cuyahaga Falls, Ohio, and Mr. II Its meeting In the Legion Hall onE next Tuesday Wednesday and Mr. and Mr.. E. nLeland ,
of Dona Bay, Nokomis. They are and Mrs. R. W. Poole of Edgcrton,I Venice Ave. Thursday.The Hamilton

Col. and Mrs John Kelsry and Ohio. I A committee of five, headed by drive will be launched simultaneously I.r anti Mrs. E. A. Ctlawold, It .
John Stuart Kels'y. Col. KelseyIs -0.-
Surl nominated the
Mrs. Anne ,
with the U. S. Army Signal 1 Miss Sylvia Paulson] X'okomis'l I officers. Since no nominationswere Laurel! and In Englewood.Venice, Nokomis Mrs., Mr and Mrs. B. F, CJHarrbbulf.,
Corps and will be on a two.weekleave.
a teacher at Ve-No-HI. made at the session by other Charles McG. Roberts of NokomisIs .
He will also attend to sonic several weeks from members slate Mr. and Mr. K.
guest for the entire was general chairman and J. T Bla. A. Winder\
official business I In KeyVe t Washington, D. C. She is Miss elected] unanimously.Those lock will act as treasurer and family Hobalt,
while in Florida. Wuldlne HenilriJl I :. who Is a secretary I who will serve for 1949. :Mr. and Mrs. Harold BIIIr I
Those who will
assist Mrs. Rob.
-0- to two medical admirals' in 60 are Mrs. Ruth Kuykcndall BJoomlnrdale 1\
Hope to see Miss Anne Thomson the Bureau of Medicine and Sur. president; Mrs. Edna Dye, vice. erts as chairmen of the various Mr,a nd Mrs. 1. Courtmaielr
of Davenport. Iowa among gcry of the U. S. Navy president; Mrs. Alice Luckey, sec. sections are Mrs. Edgar Thompson Lowell. |J
our winter residents next year. -0- once vice.president: Mrs. Violet Venice; Col C. B. Richmond Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Hen4 ,o,
Miss Thomson has bought property Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace secretary; Mrs. Mary Ed. Kentucky Military Institute, and Ar1inrtoa. I
In Venetian Gardens in I r.alph G. Simpson were Mr. and dy, treasurer; Mrs. Ann Wimblsh Mrs. Raymond Piercy, Nokomis. Mr. and Mrs. R B. DWArlington -;.
Laurel She Is a "traveling cash. Mrs. Simpson's brother and his I historian; Mrs. Audrey Johnston, Venice chairman will be Mrs W
lir" for the Union Central] Life wife. Mr and Mrs. Robert Simp. chaplain, and Mrs. Lois Sjoblom Edgar Thompson. She will! be an- Capt. and Mrs. R. A. licitArlington.
Insurance Co. of Cincinnati, Ohio. son of Indianapolis, Ind. Also sergeant at arms. listed by Mrs. Barry Wimbijh /
and spent several months Irst g"<.*ti were Air.. Simpson's niece 2nd Term for S Mrs. H. H. Britton Mrs. James Mr. and Mrs. J. A. WreckLarchmout
year In Jacksonville and Miarn 'nd her husband Mr. and Mrs. G. :Mrs. Kuykendall, Mrs Johnston Dick, Mrs. Edward H. Hnne, Mrs '. X. 1
offices. She say she would Me and will W, P. Deacon, Miss Josephine Mr. and Mrs.
K. Carr and children, Bonnie and Mrs. Sjoblom be serving W. B. Smith
to spend at least four to five Johnny, of Columbus, Ohio. their second terms, while the oth. Danks and Miss Sue Talbot. Col. and family' Pulaskl, To
months I In Florida_ each winter o- era will be new to their Jobs. Installation Richmond will have charge of the I Mr. and Mrs. B. F, Wheeler .
o-- Vacationing: at the Valencia] of the new officers will donation from KMI and Mrs. Ma- Cleveland 0
A New York "ouplo] who havo Apts. are Mr. and Mrs. Anthony, take place at a meeting after theLegion's rie Pfaff will collect at the Venice Mr. and MM. \V, J. Richards .
joined the ranks of Venice br>oct. Bay Trailer Park. Contrlbutlo:1s'made
Mighareie and family of West- State Convention April 8, No. Adams, Hi
ers are Mr. and Mrs D. Ragucclcf port, Conn. f II and 10 in Sarasota. at the th'atre11I b e taken Mr. and Mrs. John Grijj :
Schenectady. They'll stay at -o- The local unit also( was told care of by Margaret Ann Dixon 1 rdoD, d_
the Park Terrace AptJ until April. Monday that it had been honored and her helpers, Nadine Hayes. Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Alnmrti/
Mr. Ragucci Is retired detective :Mr. and Mrs.! J. R. Johnson San Shirley Bowden j
a b; the pjv-tm"nt of one of its Carolyn Cruel Pawtucket, R. lAir
sergeant and thrv s.. they like, Marco Dr. and Serata St., have as Pcachie Henne -and
y members, Mrs. Mae Wrede. to Hazel Dixon.In and Mrs C CarrWelester j
Venice 'a lot.: I'lifHts their son, daughterinlawind serve as general chairman of thc the Nokomis and I-aurol area Graves,, lit
-c- : granddaughters. These are Flag Registration Committee for Mrs. Raymond Piercy will be Mr. and Mrs. R.
:Mr. Mr JohnsonLebanon
Mr. and Mrs. J Naurot and and Clarence Johnson the Sarasota convention. The appointment chairman and will solicit contrl.
'hur daughter Olive who have Jean, all Johnson and Barbara Johnson was made by Mrs. Sal. buttons at Eagle] Point. Mrs. Frank Mr and Mrs. John eddluP :
been wintering: at tne Valencia: of Springfield Ohio. Mr ]ly Pelot of Sarasota, central area Horan and Mrs. Clyde Hall will Pontiac, Mick.
Ap':." left yesterday for their homo "Ht! Mrs. JI shins| >i Sr. are alsofrom President and general chairman of have the north end of Treasure J. E. Cantwell] and f.mll1 '

in D.troit.Iich.. But they'll b" In Snringficld Venice. and are winterIng the convention. :Mrs Kuykendall Island, while the south end will Warsaw, U
1 s' k nest fill! to bask In our sun- was appointed to the transportation bp in charge of Mrs. Warren Rice Mr. and Mrs. Jos Martin H
shine for tic winter months. --40- committee for the convention I and Mrs. V. L. Mason. Nnknmls Fehmit, Mid
Mr. and Mrs.
J. U.
Morrison Sr.
-r- of Atlanta. Ga. Committee Report will be served by Mrs. William Lt. G. A. Conklin I
Guest U.tve< k 'If Mr md town with Mr. Morrison's art''IRlting in. Various committee reports wore Adams Se'more'Smith, Thomas Trenton,S.1
two sUter
"'f'. L. W. Everett and daughters ? and brotheis-in.law. and given at Monday's meeting Mrs. Lunt, T. E. Haskell Edward FAIf'And Mr. and Mrs. 0. A. Reiser '
rf Grcv :and Aw. were Mr and Mrs. L. Thompson of Laurel aid Dye, chairman of the Poppy Dav Edwin Gray and the staff of New Thiladelphu Ote I
..fEarl! Sherburn cf Van W<'rtCi. "r o"d Mrs. Harry Stockman of sale, reported a total of $12240was the Nokomis postoffice. Mr. and Mrs. W, C CiwttdLrxan i
Collections aurfl will rw Art
Venice. contributed locally for the ir : .I II
--/1.- o-- 1.000 poppies sold. She expressed made by Mrs. W. R. Ziegler. In Mr. amt Mrs B H. Wilson!

M* ::11,: Mr Brr" A Roger Guests for several days this her thanks to the 17 workers who Fnclew-od; Mrs Charles Finch Eastport, ){&ill I
:'In1 :. Ah .,w r" guests at week of M' Jennie Phenault ar-1 assisted her and also to the pub. and Mrs. Ollie Ryon will be In Mr. an,1rs, B. B-odshw :
1\a :wt "..'*k. Mr Rnltrs'n her son, Webb Clunault of Myrtle lie for its cooperation. Workers charge. Lebanon, To*
grad.ate.i: 1 from the riool: in Ave. were Mr. and Mrs Roy who collected the moat in dona The colored sections in Venire, Mr. and Mr,. H F. StsjfwdLuxan: ]
\\'fINml1JIInd lions we-e Mr. S. lirvis Adar Nokomis and Laurel will be solicited Art l,
their son Phil of
-.rl-' Haverhill, Mass. While here they Anti' Cub SronM Butch Koosler by Lillie Ross. Mr. andM's. Y R. Schlvel1
and Dicks Smith. There willl be no home.to-hom! Richmond W.
;jean t -t.' Bl 1 Pills aAir attended the Sara.de.Sota fiesta
Proceeds from the iiixil'a1' isgames canvass In Venice. Mrs. Roberts MM. T Baxter .
-d Afr'n! ""larrc.! and VlI' .> I In Sara'nta.M's Mr. and I
parts on Feb 11, plus dl'_ announced but business places] Round tke, 1*
ttv Coch-o" 'f Mii r'ttnrtnr.' WV -0-
M .... P."-K 1 WilluriK nations for the flip that was marie will I be contacted bv Mrs. Thorn Mr and Mn. S. 0 LeSueur ;
: rf Knox.
P. r>. H:>vrnon his, re'u-"
cn'itribut-l 1
And given: to the unit by VM son. Persons wishing to i
le T'nn M' nd Mrs Clifford ul to her home In Huntington. I ,
f Chirl MeG Roberts. totaled may do so at the Venlce-NoknH rom Albcrtson
iand d-ueM of Cleveland; Va. after h
.t spending several weeks around S100. This was ported bv Bank or the peal offices of th" Bloc] rosbul.
Ohio) : Mr P Pfi.'c" And M-' a the F.I] Patio "d v1''ti...> h-
Jr.hn:8 III of .Tir-(son Miss: : T'.iv: -." Paul, who Is a student atKMI. the party. chairman. Mrs. Luetl'eHone \ towns. I Mr and Mrs. .R.pro fd Rodmala.1,
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McDaniel (,f Waldron Ind.Ir: J : ,
A meeting of the executive Tea Held for KMI Parents Carl T. Fibber r
beard members and all committee ( Louisville 11 t rt

IV A HURRY? chairmen has been called bv the"w A tt'1Cor visiting paren of \V. T. Cruraen ,
ident for Monday evening at Kentucky Military Institute Jackson'me,

PHONE 3461If f.-lK i'1tte'J E. Bartlett & Sons was held at the school af\. Mr, and \rs.! D ooks"ilq"
\o Ans \e-r, Call 2955 office Trail and Venice Av. Sunday's parade. caliq'.1 J\I
VENICE TAXI i I At this "(Vi" a final! check of re. Col. and Mrs. C H. P. W. McElwee
I t orts will ba mode for presentatl and Mal I and Mrs. C. E. IthaM N.1I.
r-IU\E-lT CARS |jI at tile District Conference were hosts and hostesses for th: and Mrs.'m, Hawle) J
which will b" held In Bradcnton afternoon. Mrs J. B. Hendrlckn 'I I. Lebanon.: Ohil
I "t ""i pn. March 8. poured.Midwinter I
; m-a m m m m 9 m a m u m m ,m n n m v m m.ar i I A. WegglwcrthAnlon CranstOIl. R.

For the DisriminatinDiner Sprene Jr. Akroll.

a. and C J
UhdcrdowB N
P. C.

: Macatee's Restaurant :I i i Sale] I Mr. and Mrs LAI Clearwater LenoIr. Jon .r..:

i and Mrs. H AkroD,
On the Trail at Nokoruli I Mr. and Mr. A. BjJ dI

25 to 33 t-27' REDUCTIONOF J
I Paul Frelcher"ladlsOIl. WbiF

\\ '. feature a wide of tho S. Dixon
and 1J rs.
'' V;'t in !;ta Foods, Maine Lobster, oE II I I and Party Elmwood; :

: :,j Store Crabs, Pompano, Frog Legs, !II ALL FLORIDA David: Wilson 1'obiesvIX
f-nrirnp; etc Ijo Special. Table ITAVA

FALL CASUALS of Plavclothes II Mr and Mrs.I title S11'rcrMr. It

A, Choice Western Roasts, I Jo
and Mrs.Wahln

Steaks Chops, Chicken. It I C. H Burtt and taiAfinneaPolh
Mrs ":l

: A La Carte Dinners Priced from $1.25 ip:1 I 1 HELENA' SHOPDR. George Woodstock S. Vincent. Oat. .,

- THOMPSON BLDG. PHONE 2976 Mr and Mr.No. A ndreAForgetts ,.
:i Also Our Table D'Hote and son ,
"I''" Dinners from $1.50 : M. E. Douglas Loulyd'Nokomis ,
,. ,

i We strive to satisfy the most exictlng appetite _

m Open .:00 a. m. to .JO p. ni. -Phone tSTS II CAUroRinA BANDEZE Pt.AY4CLOTR>f0a 1-4' Nice P
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[Conduct olic Mission,: at Epiphany Leader U.S. Leaders \ V-N Women See ?letho Lists Plan -Su floe today to yc .- paper.

Fr. Martin Burke, O.P.,
Rev. World
i PrayerIn
e Dominican Million House Greet 'Count'On Clubhouse Plans GULF! I

umbla, S. C" will conduct aIn observance of the World Dayof
on the ,Venice Catholic Prayer, a special service will TheatreVenice
h; of the Epiphany beginning Birthday Mediterranean bp held at 3:30: pm. noxt Friday.
Style in Phone 2964
and concluding next Fri. Mar. 4, at the Venlce.Nokomls
flay Architect's DrawingsPlans Methodist Church. ONE SHOW NIGHTLY
Tom Clark, The day has been set aside by Beg Office Opens 7:20
i morning Mass wilt be said general of the United Council of Church Women
s the United States for their proposed clubhouse Show Starts 8:0t
:JO; the evening InstructionBenedIction was among all over the world. Tie WOe
of the Blessed those who extended their best were shown to members of men's Society of Christian Serviceof Matinee Sunday

-meat will be at 7:30 on Sun. wishes to Publicity Director J. the Yenice.Nokomis Woman's the local church Is a member. of Box Office Opens 2:4f. pm.
land Monday evenings, and at Leighton (Count) Cornwell of the Club at their meeting Wednesdayat the couacll. Show Starts J p. m.
i p.nv for the balance of the Venice Area Chamber of Duke's Dining Room in Noku- The offering to be taken at the Short Subjects Shown Before
10D.ther. coerce Com. mix meeting will be used by Uie council and After the Feature.-
Burke has just complet. when he celebrated his for migrant families, to help 0
[ Minion In Miami. He come birthday with an "open house"Pdrty The plans were drawn by Otis those In need, Including the na Friday and SaturdayFeb. I
nice highly praised for his Tuesday night at the coun. A. Skinner, Sarasota architect, and tion's Negroes, Navajo Indians and I 25 2ff
ty to explain Eternal Truth, try club. presented to the club by Mrs. H. migrant families. Projects abroad I
thoJic Faith, ant to inspire I Clark's felicitations L. MUDdy, chairman cf the build. also come under the plan. About "Old Los Angees"Starring !
and de. were con 75 different nation joined in a i !
listeners to a greater tained in a brief letter that log committee. Mrs.
diundy Also
love of God. read as part of the fun similar service last :year. William Elliott, John Carroll :
during the gave a resume of ail dealings of Members of all churches are in- I
public Is cordially Invited to dinner part of the fete. The Catherine M'Lrod, Andy Devine
d I these religious instructions. noted that Cornwell shared mes.sage the committee pertaining to lots vited to attend *e prayer meeting Joseph Sthihlkraut 1 1I
his birthday "with another Great and the proponed building. Also -
Man" George Washington Sketches ,o* the proposed clubhouse Women of Baptist Mission Edgar Kenned Comedy I

ylng a vacation at the and also commented on the snow show that it would be of Plan Day r ', Prayer I Good Cartoon '
Apts. In Nokomis Is J. \. that fen recently in California Mediterranean style, In Rer ling: "Further :!idvrn.turei .
ge The attorney general keeping Woma"n's of Tubby the Tub/* und
m i of Oswego, N. Y. said lie with the Members 01 the Mis
thought Floridians houd enjoy original architecture of slonary Union of the First Eap. "One Has ;\Iy Xi i..i
the minor misfortune of the state the City of Venice Mrs. Mundy tlst ChurchviJI hold an all-da' \
pN's BIRTHDAY I that Is their strongest winter va. last week asked the city council meeting at too church next Fri Sunday und Monday
AcN cation competitor. for permission to craft the build day Mar. 4, to observe the Weekof Feb '!7 28

Cornwell also read ""greeting' ins in a park near the Granada Prayer that begins on Monday. 'The Voice of the Turtle
from President Harry S. Truman, The program will be In charge
Apts No
decision on the request Film Version of the Bioadway
Newspaper Columnist Drew Pear of Mae George Higel. A uoverei
son and others. But he woutan't has been announced dish luncheon will be nerved In the Smash Hit May
guarantee the authenticity of any Mrs. N. C. origins also spoke Sunday school rooms at noon, StarringRonald
but Clark's, with whom he was during the meeting the 29 memo So that mothers with smal II l Reagan Eleanor Parker
I formerly associated children attend the f Eve Arden. Wayne Morris
as a special bers and 13 guests present. She may Day -AI"n-
assistant. Prayer program, a nursery will b r
'I discussed ftp club's fashion show, I A'test News nml Cartoon
About 50 persons attended the bet up in the school rooms. A
dinner, which also honored the which was held last night at Ken. number of mothers will take turns Recording: "Peter Rabbit" and \
I tacky Military Institute, and the "II o\vn in Jun'jle Town"TIIOH.
l birthday of George Devlin of No- urged entertaining youngsters with .
all members and friends to at. Bible stories, handwork and moving -0-
t WASWKIGTOM VJEfRE TELUWGi tend pictures. Wed. Thur
TRUTH WHEN WE DECLARE 2633 -Sarasota2529 'The proceeds of the show will i The women of the \VMU will 1 :Mar. 1.2.3
f WNILE.etU.Ml0I1Vi4SH! SERVICE go to the building fund conduct the regular prayer meeting Number
j WORK AT PRICES FAie/ Phones on Wednesday evening nt the 'Sorry, Wrong
church The program will be on A bedridden bctuty hears plant
Ambulance komls; the birthday of Mrs. Corn home mission work IlndIra.. D for her own destruction
VENICE well actually last Friday, and the Campbell Crawford will be in Starring
ServiceDay pending departure of Early Wynn charge. Barbara ManwMk
TUBATORIUMDfV. former Washington Senators base Hurt l.iuioisl.T
ball star, who was to leave this tO\Guwoon )'T.11 \NGE -\\-nLntest -
A or Night week for spring training In Art The next meeting of the Englewood News and Cartoon
rcna, with his new team, the Parent-Teacher Assn. will be Recording: "The Ant and the t
Prompt :and\ CotirteousROBARTSSHANNON Cleveland Indians, held at 8 p.m. Wednesday Mar firashlinnper" and 'Towdec
h..s I The tables were turned on Early, 18, instead of on the regular echo. Your. "'11I'1' with Sti'.ishine"1 q

I who usually dos the autograph I doled date of Mar. 9. Tne meeting: Recordings Courtesy oC
I log, when he waif presented with a will be held in the schorlhoujt
Funeral Home baseball bearing the signatures of and the program will be 011) Alpha Music Shop
1 ell those present. "Safety."

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Saturday February 26 M

11 a.m. to 8 p.m.Gulfbreeze.



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Sales Lady In Attendance


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OONDOLttR Friday,
VENICE Febnnrf
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Football Star Visits college' year he H
Army to Inspect I I name for himself lade **
III a.
,;u I II'I' I i I 1 1L Former KMI Buddies OQ the iii

KMI Next I I""I fill ll I l I I Kohl of Cle'U'Jantl I playing! tackle on the 011 .
Tuesday ll l I i II I. n Ralph A University of Michigan
Heights, Ohio, a Kentucky Mill. ]I I i team He
lessor Colonel) of T W Woodyard pro. !'! h q If; q 1 11 1 ((1 III,I I u III' I.. li i a II III I I t ll''I I"I 'i I I I.. I i I I jla I tary Institute graduate in the I squad that drfeated'uZ Was a of
science i
military and
tae: "I IiP Ii,1 Il i'' 1 IpG I class of 1941, dropped by recently Southern California
tier at. the announced Kentucky yesterday Military Unit Institute I li II I la I'i', j, i iI to aee some of his former school I Day of 1948. The forlller OQ 1\ ed

IN- school ROTC unit would ,, friends He was here for several I i 180 was tackle on the
nave its leml.annual Informal In- I days In the East.\V l.
ruction on Tuesday Mar. 1. I ''I Ill llul ry/yypIII,,, n I sa! R I llVIII VIII II ''' M Kohl later graduated from the played at est game whirl
NI i I ll i San
it y1 + I I II Francisco
The inspection will be made by I III I III I''I I Ile II'II'IN' III'' I
Colonel! Don E. Carleton who is I IIIIIIIIII, it. II'' li i V I I I.. I I I ,' ,; I I University of Michigan. During his Y toar', Day this year
pttwnting the cxiciitlof: tk e
Kentucky Military District of fie ..6 it a r ,I, INrylpp l l ? I I I II, it itf itt
\j, S. Arm. with hebdqjartPrj a
Louisville, K)'. Hi is the personal f lI fI 1l I 1 II I IIN III 14 I Ip THE KING FURNITURE CO.
rprrpenat\r! of the commanding I
general of the 2nd Army tinder li ill' H"H"II FRED B. KINO OWNERof
whose nupcnlsion the ROTC Uni ,p; +;;IW II 7 I I!; 'll I Punta Oorda
: ok'net Carleton' inspectionwill
Include: classroom facilities. THE VENICE: CHLT:
r.:c range. training program. and
;- general Inspection of the entire III II 1 ON OPENING OF THE
s 'bx>l jilnntnun .
LE.\\'Fq HOSPITAL ', I'd! '' Hl

i of 3'And Vr,. Donisia'' lrn.u ;
.,i ,',: sought homo trot :;1r/l. i hl i iI j
:? H 'p:i it on 'Mondan I Is (
uper Ira: r.wlI\ Tr bah I dll 1I
U 'n to the ho pits about jI I '
I { Slle5hEW '
wt k8 ago The em :g"ncof ,
(' 'd 'postponement if dodicatloi Captain of Industry ,
,f the First FiptNt Church new
rgan since Mrs Arnill is church Hutch wants u bK')rlf, lots of But whatever the name, America '
,,>,nUl"'. : and Icmnnadn and most
iwn hnhj.Kit. owe<< It much For our IT WASN'T Ml SCHOOL
I t ling lip between Butch and thatbike
r- lies In
valuable natural resource
hut w.'rl' betting on the
hll l >'. He has energy, vision and the ambition and the Initiator of WAS riff PK /A4l
I our nation habit of working Americans such as P ut<'h.
hard: for whit hpi mt*. lle'i Free enterprise and hard OF Ttff THING.
j American business In mint". work will bring Butch unit hi*

It lure bike together. Theare whit The :eat t
There are many names forHutch' vi\: to pre.
: philosophy You ran mil built America mid the American
It tree Enterprise, Opportunityllemorrir way of life. No nation on earth I I"_' pare; fur aneent.. ,
J : *', or Capitalism If you huH found a tisfactorsiihstl. i
\vint. tutf for that combination.: .; and to relax: when it's

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With warn l"q'III.11111
All Major AirlinesAT Bradenton Man to Preach Englewood Soldier Home
For Stryker at St. MarksRe Home for the weekend and several -

Tampa Airport E. E. M1delr1Bradenton.. days this week was Pfc Joe PONDER'SPACKAGE
J Round Trip lure OnK sit will have charge of the 11 am Carl Biorgeth son of Mr. and Mrs JIM
Irwin V Biorseth of Englewood
Also service Sunday at St. Marks LIQUORS :

| Air Tours of Venice Area Episcopal church Joe completed his basic training ... E ,\ &E: rf\jD R."SOI.C:> 1
at Fort Jackson, S. C, about the .
Only $2 Rev Madeira will preach in the v.N .:E "VE"f- YEkl(} < '
absence '. middle of January. He Is now at
of Dr. Leonard \\ S
I :MilfwldiCharter Trip rjkcr. regular mlnister.ln. Camp Gordon Augusta. Ga, with
the Army Security Agency. fHtHftiitt: tittttt: rfft t tff ttt****-**+**ttt"}
J & J Aircraft charge of the parish :*
Dr. and Mrs Striker have goneto He returned to Georgia Tue. .
All\ Municlpul Airport New: York City where Dr Stry. day Before entering the army :I LEMON BAY ESTATES
HONE 551 Fiorseth was an apprentice printer ,
her will have a cheik.up at St. toto
at the Gondolier :
Lukes Hospital. r.

Monologist to Aonear :M Old Town Englewood

AX ABSTRACT doe not Protect Your At Gu\fbreeze\ Tonight :toto

make a GOOD TITLE Gi A program of monologues will : Is the Pace, to select a location for your

your propert A WAR. Purchase 01fAXTY be presented at the GulfbrccrcHotel :.. FLORID WINTER HOME,
DEED does not al. "J tonight by Sonia Terry. I

v eye give you a good titii- Peal I E 5 ate r a Venice The recital entertainer will be held at 9:11. :I to Englewood Beautifully located for three mules A1014 the

.*n Abstract, with an Attor. Miss Terry has planned a varied banks of Lemon Bay Close to Gulf Benches

key's opimos, or Title Insurance 4 program Including recitations of ..l, You will like Englewood
comedy and drama. ,
should be necessary in s z Tickets may be purchased at the :r. Let us Show You LEMON BAY ESTATES

all property sa'ts! door Acres cr Fort
p Any size acreage you like Fun Acres, Ten
See us about itAbstract, to
riGHT :
candles were on the cake ... ,
Company that Arthur Moremen, son of Mr :;< :Make jour Rcwnatloni NOW Build when you get ready
and Mra A. W. Moremen of Laur. ,
el, cut at a family party Wednes. : We will carry your Investment at Ii',
l of Sarasota day to celebrate his birthday. In ,44..
addition to his party at home Arthur ,..
f Ben. I. nr,...... PmidentXCCIRACY observed his birthday with a :* See J. E. BARTLETT & SONS. Owner
TFLEPHONES 21 S. nd till US SIXTH STREE1'ittttttttttffftffttttttfftffftttfffftftfftfftft cookie and Ice cream party for his ,M OFFICE VENICE OLD C OF CPHONES BUILDING 1
classmates and teacher Miss Mar.
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Ion Mauzey, at the opening of the :t
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,wL ,. Y rFebruaiy


25, 1949
e I BORN TO DON SMITHS I Mr. and Mrs T. E. Banard are
a long way from e t i'H4'-'t"f" 11##1"I"f" fVlr'I1" 1V ft lVrf#1't"fV
I boy for Mr. and Mri Don. their home In Principal Tells
jib ofhe Venice Bay: Seattle, Wash., and we hope
park He WM born last they're enjoying their stay at Uw ENGLE'S TEA ROOM '

8", morning tt Sarasota Venice Bay Trailer Pirk; Also at I Englewood Club I

r I aid they have named him I the Park are Mr and Mr. Leon I ON HIGHWAY 773 ENGLEWOOD
Edward. Langley of Fair Haven
N. Y.
t Of Prison Life


Close Saturday at One Says Jips: Forced Him Luncheon 12-2, Dinner 5 .'o. 8:30: I

To Eat Bark, GrassHis I
SUNDAY DINNER HOURS, 12,45 2:30, 5,30 8,00
experiences an a Japanesewar

H. N. WIMMERS Realtor prisoner were described by ##' .>> >>",', >>"" '..'''''.'>> ''''''' '''''' '
Carr Hooper, principal of theFruitville
co. school, when he appear.
ed as guest speaker last Friday
WESTERN UNION at a meeting of the Lemon Bay HULEAH'S

\\omans Club of tnjlewood; '
Union Open on Sundays Captured when the Japanese Invaded
tstern and Holidays 11 to 12 am the 1 1r
Philippines at the out.
break of the war, Mr. Hooper was
held at concentration camps on 1
the Islands for 38 months. He said 1i
::J' the most trying moment of his I

Englewood Residents I life was when he and other Amer- i
Wins were given 30 minutes
You will find for public convenience a large glassenU I pack a few belongings an ;. leav,
bulletin board located at
used 'I
their homes and their loved one:
ENGLEWOOD HARDWARE STORE i for the concentration camp They "
It Is for your FREE USE -- for announcements or other were told they might be freed In :
notices; or If you have anything to 'sell, trade' rent or buy r I 10 y.ara. ? tVAr'ld I' n in o n AtFLAllhUII
The speaker said l tnat while the
See \fIt. L. DEAN at Hardware Store. I prisoners suffered considerably
Courtesy of \\r:1 from brutality of the en"my In I

KING Furniture Co."WI' the them third to eat year the the bark Japs off forced the ( IIIV\ \

Feather Your Nest With A Little DGwn" trees aid the grads in the f.< 11*"
Arcadia PUNTA GORDA 1'l. 'h'pr the greatest hardship! was lack .
of accurate ns Japanese radioprograms
1 and told
only of Nipponese newspapers success and THURSDAY MARCH 1.
I American losses, trying to break
the prisoners spirit and convince
NOW them that help would never come.
Never Loht tilth ,J
Hooper said ma\cev'er, that he ,-

S You Can Eat With ITS Too! h never ard the lost gun faith"and saw and the finally planesof

the liberating U. S. forcon In

Announcing the Opening i I I %thp nI'ft final.orders and battle children to, keep he related Ignored under, cover men.lip.ancse tr l F1tllliII I i gn() Iiira I* (II (,

I ( "d! ''t into tho open to watch:
the fight. When the Japanese commander 'l
Of Our SANDWICH :mJ SOUP KITC'IIENk : : I was killed, those whi had
suffered from his cruelties kicked
hit body and spat on his face Birds are paraded only once a!
: The speaker pointed out that
Our Specialty i this last Incident chAracterized] .
I the true nature of war. He aid It yearn
I meant the "tiura"nd rlng of sell
. HOT CHICKEN SANDWICHES respect and the overcoming of all
: thot IK 'ectnt by the bestial :i>-
All Kinds of Beer To Take Outer I turo In civilized! nun"
I I Hooper was Introduced ht tin
dub prct-ldent Mrs Maude R\on,
: and Presented his U. k In the form
I Ibf i question and answer d.S B & B BAR Win | A short business meeting!' :
i was mid M' members of this duI
PI I i Shakes
I I before the address. illll iiigo() f (

"If You Can't Come In Smit As You Go By" I The clap also held a Valentine
I tartyectntly for children of t\: !
Englewood school. Luncheon was
ten i'd and Valentines were dh.
OB OATMAN DUD trlbuted to the 120 children who The Kentucky Derby of the .
9 A.M. TO 2 A.M. 9 A.M. TOl: A.M. SATURDAY were present.
The club next meeting will be
\v. Venice Ave. near Nokomis Ave.x on Mar. 4. South

x SAVE SAVE SAVE SAVE -:;-m. m-u m, .1.11I .' ." ". ,. . ,. \

EE : We're Choosing :

S : Your Neighbors Carefully!

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sA Q g1l SAVE To Be A Decent Substantial Community Z

FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY sA rRAVE for People of Moderate Means ij

4acacrta tic, VE As resut! of this policy, we have already rejected offers by .
11r 0 several people who wanted to buy property in thin new, sensiblyrestricted .
subdivision \.'e don't. want speculator, lot buyers
.'" or others who are undesirable for cnc reason or another We .
LOWEST FARES want decent Americans who are Interested In building year. Iiit 1''
around or winter resident es, settling there, perhaps doing a little {
.. gardening on the side If you're that kind of person you can
!!!J still buy .

South >ul.th 100 240 FT. LOTS
C X 0
12:30 A.M. 3:25 A.t.I. 0
5:15: A.M. *:25 A.M. Terms :
ii 9:15: A.M. fc:00 A.M. Only $450 Easy '
11:10: All 11:15 A.M. n
.4:15: P.M. '21) 2:00 P.M. All Utilities Available Excellent Soil
2:15: P.M. Near Schools
I 500PM 10 Min. from Fishing Jetties
'6:30: P.M. 7:15: P.M. P 3 Miles from Public Beach Bus Transportation
.. SPECTACULAR 1111 .8:15: P.M 11:18 P..I.
i Fort Myers onlY. : See Exhibit Home Exterior Now Complete 3
NEW MARVELS DF SCIENCE il. Thru Enrlrwrrd Finished !!
((2> To St. Pete via Ferry. Can be Bought at Great Savings
i 'assists If Unmarked South goes to Miami : Inside the Way You, Want It.
' GENERAL ELECTRICVeniceNokomis Unmarked North goes to Tamp

an"' points All nrrth Bu-e S Leave Open Daily 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. i

' High School ,
Wolf'i Sinclair Venice Representative: H VVIMMFRS Realtor Iii 4

VENICE Service Station .
8:00 P.M..041100,0001 \\'. Venice Ave 4t Grow" i'
r FIB 28. Tsmbuni Trail Z "Watch The West. Coast :

Located i Mites North of Venice' on Tamlaml Trail

-. 'U 0 I I FRANK and FRANCES DAVIES -, Owners and Developer : ;

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WcXt UP 1M we Am ABOUT OUR ronrn.-..
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Published every Friday. Editorial and business office. SIS West CAIoIIIoI/FR 's.
\ Venice Avenue Venice Florida P. O. Box 832 Phone Venice SIM e +- r AIW MA U\lER IffAPIL'I
'f Omit worm nxei"It"
l Entered as cond-clat matter June 6. 194. *t the poll office MAY e1(0NI1!
I *t Wnice. Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879 / AMONG 'Wit MOST To the Editor
!se( /i FFMMme
t Subscription rates One year, $2.SO, six month $1.50; three MANY NEW VEVk4e Venice Gondolier '
I month 75c Classified advertising rater 2 cents per word, first 20 _.: t3EtN60iWTopR01EfVCUR Dear Mr Editor: 'i
word) 1 cent per word for each additional word ",. FOReiYS-. Governor .,
I TOt rrif iNSfTf .ARE. VI'
II I ed his "'"
FETE S: CO\O\FR: .:,... ... .. Editor and Publisher NOW IM146 (OlrriotLEP9Y "<9, to Intentions ot J
1705T11,16 FROM initiate I
JANET T. CO\O\ER ..... .. ............. __. ...... ........ Office Manager ARPLANES. MOREItIAd. inv session cf leglslsUej i

+ HOWARD K. BRILEY ...... ,. .. .... Shop Foreman 400,000 AReS wE1tn outlaw the KKKe
RECENTLY PL141EV 101 1tIr WcrM organizations and tithe
Canal Information Needed FOKAWRIEWR ,, "ON"- Governor I l'Iz'n Warren Committee I to ,
usw :
Stones: in another part of this Issue of the Gondolier toll of plansby Cnmmu.iitics formed to 1 III&IIJ

the Venice Area Chamber of Commerce to hold a public hearing opinion in support aria of ,

Mar, 7 on the proposed West Coast Inland Waterway. OPCRM FOKMT PKOTfCIiOrfA nor and to take such steps

Principal subject that will be under discussion, of course, will bo *1i!T> Ot>* FWJOiRe! TMOOMMP* be necessary to make t11l'1ht atht
Of Fine ujo o n TDWCRVWO needed ligulation
t the canal that the U. S Engineers have announced will cut through -TetgoU6s.OL.IT OOR W000LANl7II Vve hope we ,
Venice if funds arc appropriated by congress II -ate ARn06.-FIR! WATNER$ support of your may cow l
"' paper
The hearing should be different from the one held last November MAN TWK TOWW5 torial point of view 1111 III
in that efforts wore being made at the time this editorial l was writ. ATCwe wMTweit OF ClogF'ORswf overawe of news events re

Ion to have persons on hand with specific information about canal waaLT* ing this letter M the Cim'nR'
01 Committee
I plane Among those scheduled to appear is George You:ighcrg, local Ing formed in theSuteoin see

'-"niactor, who recently pent several days Investigating the matter A word from you on tin i

et the engineers' district office in Jackson\ille\ suggestion will be i appSinl'frrl1
Youngbcrgv testimony should be very useful, since to date there ,

ha-'c been very few specific details made public about the canal plant Parades, Sports, Studies k, vi,

Mctt local pinion on the matter has been based on rumor, propa. Chairman ,

ganda and hopes or fears, 110 it Is obvious more information U needed Make Time Pass Swiftly The National Conltftlot

And loungbcrgg findings should help provide this. (tditor'nottt Tilt space, usually occupied by Russell Kay and Christian; sad ;

It seems to us, however, that the local mans presence will not I other ('olumlll..t'lIU hi turned over to cadets of the Kentucky Mile (Editors Note: The

be enoughhatcver information he may have will, of necessity, be tar> Institute during the school's stay here. The writer may chung; applauds effort Governor Wagcous ',
to elllI
ll'cond-hand and incomplete. It is hardly likely that he will know IItt
frequently, but we believe all will help give Venetians a better Insight undercover "terror" ,.,
the answers to all possible questions. And the project Is far too of this rtatehethv
1m-I into the activities of the KMI corpa.)
portant to the future of the city to be settled on the basis of KKK Nazis or Comm

thing but full and complete data j ganizationa that seek is

For thin reason, we think all Interested citizens should immclatel By CADET LEE HARTER date our people are 11 due
Three more weeks have flown by since my last column, and beforewe our land.I
: ,
\ telegraph that
} congressional representatives, asking; a -O--
responsible officer of the engmeerng corps be instructed to attend know it KMI will\ leave Venice and return to Kentucky for the To the Editor

the session The engineers have been far too secretive about the I remainder of the school >'(ear For some of the boys, especially the Venice Gondolier

prcject in the past to inspire public confidence, and it Is even sail seniors, this will be the last year in Venice, and the parting v;111 bea The executive board ui I

that the man in charge has never been In Venice and regards it asa county commander: wish to I
Mttle: fishing village sorrowful one. you for your subicnptira h]
Last Saturday the KMI band "Venice Gondolier" slags"
Getting such an Individual wn here will not only local taxpayers
journeyed to Ft. Myers to partlcl- forward to its arrival oa I
a chance to ask questions and their views but it (
express may pile in the Edison Pageant of| with keen Interest May .
nlso give the engineers a little better understanding of the non-cngi- giatulate you Mr Coiwm, i
Lights: It was airy hot day, butbecause :
Tn-ering .factors that enter the problem grand little paper. I rod 11
of extra leave which last. cover to cover

cd until 9 pm there were few: You have certainly tn I
Stay AirfieldAnyone
complaints, and the trip was enjoyed I kind and gracious to i iciety oar m

j sightseeing at the former Venice Army Air Base In th. by all. All those nice ITlIH\II

last few days has probabl seen several large "posted" signs on the On Sunday, the entire cadet i I grand Thanks so very muck tat i

Approaches to the airfield And some people may have wondered corps took part in its bi-monthly I CT thing +

why they were put up. parade. The parade was followed I Presented by Sincerely,

They were put up on police department instructions, we are told, by a tea given by Colonel and Local ALPHA FEIAI

in order to keep automobiles from driving onto the runways and taxi J Mr, C B Richmond and Major Dr. James E. Director of Informatios.(

strips. According to Vincent Fette, who operates a, airplane repair and Mrs C. E. Hodgm Refreshments Dr. T S, Thompson American Cancer I.
were served, with Mm J. Through the (Editors Note: Thant for
'u vice In of the the
i one hangars on field, th\s had become a common
B Hendrick attending. The tea I Florida Medical Assn. kind words and the ptttaf
practice lately and had created a serious hazard for all of the It around r
was given parents | TRENDS OF back, but spread
Fette asserts, In fact that motorist caused 0
one nearly a serious friends, and relatives of cadcUi -
crash by driving in the path of a plane that was taking off a few daysgi visiting in Venice. I' RESEARCH To the Editor

And he sujs that, In case driving the of TV.V new cancer research (b*. Venice GondolierGentlemen
any on runways : an Sunday evening a very fine talk
coverits, one of which may C9 m. :
airfield Is a violation of CAA regulations and makes the violator in J.V' I at the!
was chapel by tidy be valuable tor detecting human \Ve were in Venice
subject to prosecution Wharton of Atlanta. Ga, wile Isl cancer, and the other a possible of the Bandstand( e4icatJia.

If these statements are true -- and we assume they are Vene. the Southern Area secretary of aid in treatment, were announced at received the endow

'(:ans should observe the warnings and stay off the field. Those whore the YMCA. i American this year* annual meeting ol the tlon at the Wishing Well lilt Weed
Association for Cancer very mud
in charge of it should, in turn, remember that the field Is public: porN Results I Research to YOU spend our winters tncnJIJ

property Hence anyone who blunders onto it accidentally should be On the sports side this \\1'1'1 I. the Doctors John A. Sibley and future. Fit this I'fIlSOI"

given a courteous explanation of: the situation' golf team, on its trip to Mumi, t: Albert L. Lenmnger of the Univcrsi i- very much Interested In

3l might also help if. sometime in the future, the "posted"' signs was victor over Ponce DC Leon I whenever'y of Chicago have found thai your paper, especially the oar
and Miami Jackson. Alan Head I an active tumor is presentin following the d
,sere replaced with others explaining that the field Is active and was low point man. I a laboratory animal, the blood mediately as we understJDI .

that driving on the runways Is banned for rr-asoni of safety Not only' The last varsity bas:I tball game i contains an abnormally large ceremonies taken then would is i|
would that be a more diplomatic approach important In a tourist : was lost by KMI to Kedland, 12. | amount hexase. When ol a substance the tumor called is removed symo your paperVeiy,
town but the word Is 40. The game was forced into an;I truly !OM
'posfcd' primarily a regional term and Its the amount of the substance m the
overtime period by the cadeU
meaning is not clear to people from some sections of the tountry '| blood returns to normal The doc- EDWARD PFTf
Two post'season games have been I GeneralDetroit 1
ton are of
seeking a way applying
scheduled with fet Pete Jr. COl. 1 1d
method of diagnosis to humans.
j-t Corrugated Roads !loge, one to be played away on '| .. Another. !research expert Dr. -
Kcjb 28, and one on Mar 5 here. frank H, J. l'iue of the ;
t' \\cbstert International Inctionarj describes the word "e f'ru. Two dances have bee. planned f Venice Gondolier I
Maryland set out to find a way .
gated" aj meaning' 'wrinkled, drawn up Into alternated ridges and s for the cadet corps The Hi-Y It of carrying radioactive isotopes directly To the Editor many
furrows" sponsoring a dance on Mar, 5, and l to a tumor without damaging Please send me as Ja01lll1J1f49.
Mar. 26 which is the last Sat. the of I'f the issue dated
on rest the body on the way. Ex
No dictionary Is needed, however, by residents of Treasure Island, enclosed
urday the corps will be In Venice, perimenting with iiorphynns, whichare as the
Bay Point the Tarpon Center and other Venice Area sections that the K-Club Is sponsoring a dance. !glowing substances found in the stamps will pay for, Editil!

must be reached by dirt or sand roads They have all-too.practical The Kentucky Colonels, the school l body in very tiny amounts, he found The KMI Welcome Is II

examples of this peculiar condition right in their front yards orchestra, will provide the music l that they went directly to cancer the Venice Gondolier'e sll41
For the Information of those .. issue, Since they its booster for Ven (
\ I stay on outer lent
We discovered list while chow the
this Sunday, attempting to to see
terested, there will be no retreat; limit, and since they glow under some of my friends
beauties of the area to an employee of the Chicago Dally News. We parade this Thursday. On Satur. ultra violet light, they neatly out- like in Venice to

found that the entire Treasure Island: road, for Instance, resembled 1\ day however, the cadet corps will line the tumor. This may prove help. Sorry I cannot I"Making ,
washboard more than a thoroughfare And we later learned that other go to Sarasota to take part In a ful to lurgeon in surgical treatment this winter but am
I parade in connection with the ot cancer. V for next.
roads in the area have succumbed to the same condition. These isotopes also used In
Sira-de-Sola pageant. LII.'LlAS
What caused the sudden development of these corrugations is un. a To-i,,'. experiment, in order that

known to us. We imagine it has something to do with weather con Honor Roll reseai ,.kns could watch what Note: )laDY
On the academic side the follow. eanrei 11.sue and normal liver .- ...-
ditions and Increased traffic, since we recall these same roads as being ing were the top 10 cadets for the I' sues '1with\ it in test tubes They Reader Duncan

fairly smooth only a couple of weeks ago. first semester honor roll: Philip I found that cancerous livers absorbed t ,

Whatever the reason, however, we know that the experience was Farmer Maysvllle, Ky, Willlari the ammo did much tauter than '

unpleasant for us and probably has not created any joy in the anatomy Ross, Anchorage, Ky, William normal livers Eventually their experiments Venice Gondolier J+'
Schulz, Des Moines, la, Edwin might help to explain why Dear Mr Conover. i\tI
cf others. You can't exactly enjoy having your spine bounced like a Berkowitz, Guatemala City, Cen. cancer cells' arrow disastrously. faster We had hoped to J1

pcgo stick and. your teeth rattled like they were doing a Spanish dance. tral America: Leigh E'senhaucr! thIn ncirw1 pplln Florida righthafte toOndem Ja

We don t know what, if anything, can be done about It. We are Louisville, Ky.; Shrader Miller and so
told scraping Is of very limited value In dry weather, and that sui Louisville, Ky ; William McGuire Mr. and Mrs Gilmore Walter shine. However. It now ell
Fitzgerald, Oa.; James Farrell and their young daughter Carolyn .
few weeks beforeAttached
faced roads are not desired by residents of Treasure Island and some
Harhlin, W. Va.; Walter Wagner of Brattleboro, Vt., are vacationing that pleasure SeHltwf
eat the other sections. At the same time we hope the county engineers, Louisville, Ky., and James Gwal.. with Mr and Mrs. check covering w ", "1

commissioners or whoever Is in charge can dream up a solution ney, Osceola, Ark. Charles Perkins and Mr. and Mrs. Gondolier for another IIIU .1

We don t want our visitors-- describing Venice as the locale of "Grand Good luck to those boys and Clayton J. Walter of Armada Rd. enjoy the paper very
may they continue to malntal- L.L.
: The latter UK of GU
Canyon" roadbeds. are parents
their averages, more Walter. Seattle, a'r ,


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Venice 313:. e'ai' GENERAL HAULING and eoMtactlnr MIST SELL FORCED TO THE W UI. time in main street of Vtniie Reasonable A COMPLETE

Yard P... work. Muck fill dirt. hell sand. 48 INc at I4tn0 per lot _. Box 87 Venire .1.. _
I Mia. Phone 1011. AH or Nothing. REAL ESTATE EERMCE J
I n1h not Kt a millii.n block Mand USED FURNITURE of all .In .. .. II' tNtttlSTt.'b |In toot masonry, I n<< ra hAnd Trading Pest, taT W. Miami Av u..
Outer bl'k1c or blot work, "Q *. K. Hill, I aint kidding when" I say this phone 2601FISHING
for Saving
I V..ie-e 1$14. lVOIjcrETE land aim tr,.h, Near U-mon Bay an' felts ,;1' Reath.
Old TiBiaml Trail In Kwkwood No one TACKLE and Marina I Ipliei Sop'
obey and Time VIORK and trucking. Lnl 'l-e has half this bargain by a fisherman who know list CWuil the IX1RT MYKHS %REA aid,
Adulan, Phan. Venice Y45S. Art Fast and You May Crt U, i business' Plantlc Air* Float F. ull'n.nlCII. all of SOUTHWEST FLORIDA MIA-
i tiler Tool sable me to DUKE All.EON .. on the Trail, ....Ih end of Nofcomla .t homo to beautiful riverfront artaM
Bart Cottrell pu| News Venk. Ray Trailer Park Coaatal location Including laapaw
work faster better. I' D Q SEPTIC TANK -WASHING MACHINE wed. hood con oil and unimproved tropical laland., kawpropertirt .'
"qt : pumping inil>" it.L Work N.r..n..J. WATFR Frontaw Over WOO feet on dlthn: new wringer retire and collarafrhatorf for Fishing IOIIICM. . bMMWopportunitlca
ThJ... Sarasota 'il.MO or Vrair.rlFPAIK .....Qllf.1 Lemma Bay All 1.'I'IO""d. two very reaNonable Phone Venice and income ..10.... tnr*"*
honors' private bout liuWr Aoproxl 26(1 or 8651. Inn motor eourta trailer camps, featAiopentlni

'NG Ln mover* ttuve. mutely 7 I.2 arrci. Priced; tlilit. Box Hi OPEN Cyprus buy posts! 16 ft I I 1.t ranches, farm and groves. ...A'.
VMhlri sewing machine. hall ning Venica Via Bargain f>00.UO. hone.8417. Lars complete and rental small aervire tract. .of. Send for lrr *
saws nod tool. C A. Lama off the -
WALTffBURlill\ DESIRABLE: SEIECTTON: descriptive folders and maps of this arms
Trill it Snow Htrbtt. of business 1PWIALI Wewart.Warner battery AC.
Sal aoetloaJEFFCOTT.
and residential nte. la city of Venice DC portable vularly 180 iO thi
FOR ALL K1VB3' of floor ....ner h'.. by_ owner. If interested. .ur'81 yon ire week only (IS DO Alan a few trine-ln,
ticlll. A Ur Box .
see Vwiee Tile c... Office .. w. MiAT. < M '8. Venlca Fla.S radios at (HI.Ml each Alpha Vu.lo' Shon REALTY INVESTMENTS

.. Or call Barry WimhNl .t 1978. .ACRE 'Form : nest hour.. barn it.Tieution --- 147 First Street Fort imports, Fieri*,*
wed, $7500.8' Phone 8681,
LAN MOWING or Ww euuCail .. :: Bverythln In Real EatAtov"
'j! Alvin; HnUrr, Vrnm :1 'CI. MODERN t-Redtn. ,rem block '
Mme In rrtdewond Nice view ..f Bay Both the FSUAT and UNUSUAL:
.t "o'ck.1.... Builder 1 SITUATION WANTEDZT1DFRLV nth ..r Aii.f.ri Food Marketacik fur
Boot ToctA'Aes _3S. OJ bert Si sign 6-iROOM HOUSE frame ronstruetm.
., : COATINGNO with am. Iota In Nckm.l.. 12,500. Allow
'W,,' 'flentemi Unlrw' wutdwir
DONT PASS THIS '''ltl'Frailly large corner lot la Bur Point, Telet/ssr
work' or anah.nr handyman des
'onr"t.'I'erk a fun Mr. J. B. Kelly at !&81 fur Inf_
( Write Dole 110.i Venice (lincWfi.rBUSINESS .
oo II...*,. Ii>nt Rand Thin (Ion. ...
I .I tier,. :2* lot. .. Ml Iharlnic Va. -
ce ThoneNoktarus ] OPl'On.TUl\1TIES lenria Orange Trees Lot. have utreelfmUiite NO WORRYA ROOFING
on fruit. r-ar .andl l>. LutHteian
'inter J .'uk"m' K...ad I near Klioul '1'\1\.00 Roof Work of All Kinds )
WANT tits Mitnm chicken firm ur Brats thin l><"n't Walt Pre l
other ktnirteu on wiKtn Rhvrvy Havelacer EKED: RINC.OVenm GOOD ROOFIN ALVIN P. JONES ;
,. !. 1'4J tan.. '..iI,'r f 0 trade a. down Phone Bus. 28TJ Home 2Mt
.1 11'.' Bir pai'mert tttiv'rite p. 'O lox "in, 'Clbrmrid. Day Trailer a'arktl.EGAL A HURRY! .:
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II..v"l fail G.mdulbr'atti""*. 'H13I .The undersigned MCTITIAt'SAME dnen hereby reHlf CALL 3377 VenicePlumbing

rH that he u eon lurtlnj a niltry bu.lne*'
f al Albcr. .Aoad Nokunu. Florida, unit, ShopBox
FOB RENT the tlrlfI.In.n.e of Ceo. A. William
I-JJDTS HEN rum FARM It Venice I'hone 2U 1
and that said firm u 'raimpmed of thfollowing ,"
Y CAR j : HKNIHm iwrnnm nil Udlltnn far
n i Q ron IT-OS or wrist H. 3. tiw. Irlimu E. r'ldy Alee Road Nokoinlii
laa. llorKla.Uwnrrahip.
.. of Eddy Urn Fruit FarnII .

.. A "gubscripMon tf l)1(' Gondolier Thum M W""I 8. Eddy. l 0-i. l
Ftf Guaranteed Is a'xod investment Only $2.50. It it my intention to apply to th, a .
Clerk of the Circuit ,Cmrt in and fFaramta 0'' a
Is 'j County kmdv. to register th f f. We're
Mid name of H)1)Y HEN FRUIT .
FARM ender the prossiWoons of Cloister.r. .. ...
Ho Kepn W<)5J. Lao of Florida. Arts of 1941. .,
"Brake Service Witnrm. my hand this 3th day of Ftbrunry "
Tnd Aligning IH4II : PROUD / ;
Ii adlo. THOMAS 8. EDDY j
ration e; Piiblllit Tib. II. IK. th. Mar 4, 1949. I
Oil TradutitoZhodurta "
[ Servltw : I Notice Ji hereby given that under an I / I /I
I by virtue of and pursuant to the FinnUnrre :I. ,
F find 'Deliver) Soldiers mid.red on the Slat day of Jan. *
10"ry. 19''1"'. by the Honorable LYNN
S'rf lca '
NARGE One Day r.FR'LP. Judge "f the Circuit Coirt Ir, Matilda i I ail"
> 'MORE bND 'I and for faraiota County Florida In thin fr *
Btidlo I'honn t'omkinntiaas .
'LESSnfis j remain more therein pending wherein:
:1 portable Raters ShNNF REALTY COMPANY a corps l
ration In plaintiff and MARIE G. FETROUTSA -
I Ante Radios 0.1.., are oVf.".idanta. being: I .
vlins All Work Guaranteed Chancery Caw No 7107 the under sit ot' i I i I Special I Muter appointed hy the Court .m. OF COURSR WE'RE TROUD, 'CAUSE IT'S i.
shown by said Decree. will ..f ter for .ik I
SMITTY'SRADIO and cell at P,,I.lie nitrry lot the hlrht l ;.:. MATILDA MID HER FRIENDS WHOGIVE a
Garage and heat bidder for ra'h In Tr< nt of lIe ,
;,; SERVICEI Nuth)0..., of the Fait Wine of the: :? THAT RICH, CREAMY EASILY DIGESTED P .,
I I'II I County <"mrt Home of gnrn-ota Cf untv. ,
:Miami Ate I In the Ory of Sornutta florid. 'N.. :N..l L'nloa Won,lav. March T. loin the name Mma i
Ii ISext to Western .i legal ..1... day and within the local .i'
tOIl of sale. the following it"rriW'. -
PHONE '2881 ian I Phone 2.05.1 to land-wit situate'.n l Sarasota County. Florldi : 1 LAND-0-SUN" iJ

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Township in South Range 11 Pent.' ICE CREAM- .
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Satisfied Customers Build Our '04. I'l 1"H 17*. and 17H tf the Pub.1le .: .

I Records of Saraootl. County rkrhln .. 3 Thit So Good for Tveryone ( Ii'

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: SERVETOUVTTHOtJR Said rifonetv tit he cold to at'"fv 1h<.
tM-ree of said Court together .w.." rant I. \ II'T !
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Paint Hardware BUILDING Pllhll.h Febmarv 11. "IR. II. 1919. .
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.Iif "'J ss rts-Gte l'i fiver in-C-r Coach Eats His\ Word!

Venice Hectric D 'feat
men and H. P (Kirk Kuykcn-

Highlights Bowling dall.
In other league matches, Smit. I
'There were shouts of give and ty's Tavern league leaders at Indian VictoryIn Mixed Foursome ket lorida full legislators better t
< ..oitcnicnl at the Bowlakadc onTut'&day the start of the season: but now In nickels with
the cellar --- lost three more to t Tallahassee. The
as Venice Electric keg. city
Club h
At at led
Country 280
:era, leaders of the Venice Men' Venice Food, Adorjan Truckers Tournament t parking meters
,, last
took from Earl's Garage, and legislative
cowling League for so long that, two session.
"Goat everyone has forgotten when Venice Furniture won two from A mixed foursome golf tournament -

they first got there: were Inglor. the Englewood Merchants.Jim with women players draw..
loudly; drubbed by the Jos art's Barath of Venice Furniture Alters His ViewsDescribed Ing men for partners, will be held
I'Kimberi. had 200 for high single honors and
The pipe-fitters, who have been Byron Jones of Venice Food had a Sunday afternoon at the Venice

w having trouble lately finally found M2 for high series. Country Club.
thelrtride and took three straight In the Men's "B" League on, by Coach Charlie: Pat Hall club'pror sslon .I, announced .
Gadd at the start of the seasoias :
f;Mtmcs from the electricians. They Monday, the pace-setting Edmondson's today that the drawing
,M grabbed the first by only 19-poinU, Farms lads finally gat taken "not championship quite as smart"squad as, 'aityear's the would take place in his shop at _2
247 to 928: but that seemed to down a couple of pegs by
Venice.Nokomis High School In. would begin !immediately
the farmers and play
Fuel leaving
whet their appetites. They had a Greens p.m.
CO-polnt:: edge in the second line, I with only a two-gamo margin In dmns made their boss willingly I afterwards. Each pair of
.,['3 to 823: and in the final were I team standings. The runner up is! eat his words last weekend I players will be permitted to choose
71 points ahead. The score in that I Venice Radio which improved its The Redskins accomplished this the best drive that they get off 4
J feat by winning the Second
civ! was t 68 to 897. I position by winning two from An.1
The defeat did NOT topple! the & J Aircraft nual Everglades !!\! the tees with remaining .shots al.)
E'ectrics from their lengue.lcad. Duffy Leger of the FuclcM had Icttball Tournament In Urnatlng between partners for the
.in; position but it cut down their I high single! with 207 and John whirlwind games at the Kentucky rest of the hole.
r.ir.rgln. They now have 47 win Shockey of J J took series honors Military Institute gymnasium.Their .I No greens fee will be charged FUN and EXERCISE
jid 22: loses, as compared to 41-28 with 524Women's victims were Buca Grande to for those playing In the tourney
Kr second place Jossarts and ?.">. League honors on a tune of 45-29.: Everglades by.'. and the small entry fees will be
? 2* for third-place Venice Food.t Wednesday atnyed with Smitty'i 21 and Naples bv 4731. used for a prize for the winners You can get both by driv
Joe Jossait sponsor and anchor Tavern (ladles who took three As result of the triple win, the I I Ringer Standing a pailful In the Indians will meet the winner of a n
man of the winning team led his from DyM-ven's ,
quad to victory with a S.12:! total other match the "K" Club bested cast coast tourney Mar. 7 on aj I I Standings in the February ringer range. WooH or iron clubs, b
Other members are Jim Oakley, the Venice Electric Petticoats In I neutral court to be agreed on by I tournament were ciao announc. and tees fu nislicd. Lighted}
I both teams. The winner of this 'ed. Leader In the men's division Is night.
(captain Howard Erilcy, P.wii Lai. all three games
had Dora the Capt. N. C. Hodgin of the KMI
Bernie Potabv of Smittv's contest will go to Mt.
both high single ond high series following weekend to try for the ttaff. .with a bestbali score of 31.1 I
Pin I 181 and 421 state championship. I while women's leader Is Mrs.. Ber. Only sac 30 Balls|
Results of Merchants League flame Nearly Perfect Ale Erickson with a 38.

Boys rolling. last night were not report. After the tourney finals were Other men's rirger scores are: OPEN 10 A.MTOUPJLJVenice
Wanted I ed to the Gondolier. Fat?,of Ven. over Saturday night, Gadd admit Capt. N. Cromwell Hammack 22;
Ice's "All-Stars" Rt S.rasota'ed.- ted his players hud acquitted Capt. B. G. Willilams sa: Sgt.
Earn "after nesday win likewise kept a secret. themselves nobly, "There his never Clyde Ghee 33; D. C. Haynes 35;
oj school" money I 9e1111-10'10 been a perfect game," he told J. I. SnIder, 35; Capt. J. E Pace lolf
I J and have fun .3 '. '.-m0MM1111' : Ii 3fl: M. B. Barklev. 48; Herb My

doing It! Wet ers 46; and Rudolph Lee. 48. The Driving lange
pay 8 ccnte Fishermen ; App.m-ntl suffering II Irt- only other woman entry Is Mrs.

I lper line, down after winning the Eter.plade X. C Hodgin, whose best ball tally On the Trail Owte Ne|
f which enables l U a 4RThe ,
t fl a fast boy to : UK HAM Conference rhitmpiontihiu, ringer tourney continues Taminmt Dairy
the \..S 0-111 Indian were dp.
earn Jl an until Feb. 2fl, when prizes will be
hour or bet. Boats and Motors Ii feted, 48-30, in a non-confrr. awarded
ter. Can work tnrr game nt Arcadia Tuesday
t any time from 4 p.m. until .- I nightThe Venire girl. team
i 1 i Closing. For Rent won their content, 14 U 13, In a KIN
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PARENTS: We'll furnish thriller against the cattle rity HEADQUARTERSFOR

,I transportation for your boy Day nr Week lassies.a FIS'Ar
from his home and I
back again, -O---
1 I' Let him work with us. He'll Live Shrimp FISHING TACKLE I IREFI.
the value of Industry and Gondolier reporter "but I've al. .
money, stay out of mischirf. VOR BAITGAY way hoped for one and that's & ROD 1 REPAIRS
j Fun At Low Cost -- what tonight's performance turned Runn
j : out to be. It was fair and fist
30 Cents Per Line LE'SLANDING from start to finish.. R & R That the Good t Te

i VENICE BOWLAKADE The cage menor had a light to In the Venice At
OPEN : be proud for Naples had defeated SPORTING GOODS our -supplies will le o6
1 p.M.
i John ON the Venetians twice during tht more of these fl gble
i Shockpy Ernie Peter VOKOMISO II season, and was leading: the con- Opp. Venice-NokomU Bank m
: O Palms
I Opp. KM Parade Grounds Point fnrcnce until the Indians forged I

r .- . .- . iirt ahead In the last week before the VENICE
tourney Few Indian rooters had I
I anything but hope before the fi.'
nals began.
-i The local boys, apparently WCT T.ARPONCENTER
t 1 i determined to wipe cut their previous .

S I i t f, S I'' HI v cmDancing the Eagles humbling, .however at the, for hands they of

t forged ahead in the first quarter

4 7 + I and held the lead all the tray The Tide TablesVENICE
Quality Drinks Nightly box score was 11-9, 25-12, 39-19!
and 4731. Naples made a last Penn Salt Water
At to the Music of minute attempt to save: the game Rf'f'I .,,1 uid
I j
i by scoring 13 points and holding Punta Rasa Correction)
1 .Popular Prices Dave Duncan Venice to eight in the last stanza High Law Buck White Spoon '

l I but they had waited too long andcouldn't .'rl. Ffb. W I:31 pm ,:;, ,m For All Fish
1 catch up. II :50 pm ':25 pm Commercial I toll I
Harry Lanius was high point 8l.t., Fill 26 ..<. ,mI FUhermun's The Favorite)'
I man for the champs, accounting ill pm liio pm
We Are Closing Out for 13 of the local tallies while Sun. .'.b. 27 12-IJ >m 7:22 tm -0---
1:51 pm l(0
Earl Lanius was runner-up with M.i.. F.b, 28 J2C5: im 1,44 pm Bonnier N)Ion
The Following Items from Our Stock 12. Others who started the tame trot pm 7 ill mm pm Lures (Profesi.iooal
were Glenn Stephens, Billy Hank. T..... M.r. I 1:31 .?, ,.?, ? to Hi
At Prices Which are Real Savings Ina and Ralph Adrian. The game 2:13 pm silo pm Choice)
was finished by the "B" squad, WH.. Mir. :2 2,011 .m 8:24 .m rGaltanlaed

t James E. Pepper . $1,95 fifthBottled James whims included Franklin Ernie, Donald Kappclmann Collins,, Thur, Mw. t *tin:27: pm.m pm ::::34:: pm tm pm Live "
Jack Pearson and Raymond Mit. rrl.. 'ar. e sirs : to $42
am rt1
( In Bond tlourhnn) wt
chell. .
a-o: pm 10:21 pm (Paves Remodeling)

I Old Charter . . S4.95: fifth Parker Naples, Baker players, Thortcn were and Lashley.Smith. O Plastic \ge
(C-vr.-eld Bourbon) First names cannot be reported RENT
because they were not shown by JI.OO Per Hay and I'p
Belmont r e r . $1.25 fifth the official records of the game. Live Bait BOAT
Trophies' \ward COMPAQ
(O-jr.-old Bourbon) The
champions were
t awarded a tourney after the''' Tackle On the Trail t Xokomi11
Blue Springs . . $5.25 fifthBottled (Continued on Page cup Two) (1/2 :\ North "f Venice) I

( in Bond Bourbon) II I\! . '. .t. ., '. .' .. .. -, ,_. -.- .. -I
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\ Old Poindexter . . $1.95 fifthBonded .


Lang's Scotch . . $ 4.95 fifth I VENICE COUNTRY CLUB


Auld Glen Rossie 'IRcotch $4.75!> fifth : t GOLF COURSE

Highland Queen Scotch $4.75 fifth ," 9 Holes 60 cents All Day --$1,20

Hankey Bannister Scotch $5.00 fifth .II SHORT TERM MEMBERSHIP RATES ,

C Including Golf and Social Privileged.

Royal Banquet . . $3.50 fifth $oJ WEEKLY x15 51 1
Domestic Scotch I

These Juices Good Only While Present Stock Lasts REGULAR MEMBERSHIPS .


Krueger Beer or Ale $3.49 per case I ij f fj

Plus Deposit It j PAT HALL Professional Lessons By Appcl'TU ant

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