Venice gondolier
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079934/00058
 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: March 21, 1947
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: UF00079934:00058
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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Paved for Gift Phillips II. Mallory

grocercouncilman, last Of $3,000,000 Army Everyone Must File Named to Direct recommending A special committee's that tin- Proposed: re7Ad

ted president of Field to VeniceThe Personal Property Blank Municipal AffairsPhillips Venice--Arcadia. 1.1 sort car

komls Chamber off After Councilman Finn Cas- highway be routed straight, <<**

a meeting of the way was paved for early porsen labeled "unfair" the H. Mallory. Nokomis over the township lines abo+4 a
within short time of resident who has been In chargeof
deeding a
|f; board of directors practice of the city sending mile north of Venice avecue waS
" the major portion of the $3,000- the Venice Army Air Base in
Office: personal property tax declaration approved last night b* JuhA action -
OOQ Venice Army Air Base to the recent months for the War Assets
only to holders of
be serving his C1' of Venice when the cityc Administration, last Tuesday of representatives ot the
occupational licenses! and
. the post, having <,' '..il met In special session late skipping all others In the city, night was appointed by the Ven- Venice Business Association aDd

since 1943. yesterday afternoon and filed the council last Tuesday night ice cIty council to fill the newly the Venice-NokcmH Chamber of

e, Sr., of Nokomis formal application for all runways adopted a new policy. created position of "city supervisor Commerce

rat vice-president the $250,000 main hangar, Starting Immediately, all ," at a starting salary of Included In the special conurit.tee's .
well. Venice athosen two nose hangars, 10 steel warehouses resident of Venice will haveto $3,600 per year. recommendation was: piati-
to serve as and several other miscel- Mallory. as administrative officer
file personal property declarations slon for a side! load to connect
Ident. laneous structures, including the for Venice, will have super-
before April 1 each
the main Venice-AicaoU htehvay
ve Board sewage disposal plant, water system vision over all city departments, 0,
year even though $500 with Warm Salt Springs 8.ncllCa.
stlon of Secretary and lire station. "householders exemption" thus relieving Mayor Clyde Higel
may glewood. .'t
the directors The action was taken at the free them from any actual personal and the various councilmen of the "'
To Go Ahead
tire board, to bee Invitation of the War Assets Administration property tax payment to Increasingly heavy load of handl- '
ing details concerning conduct of The committee composed of !
three officials which stipulatedthe the city.
i'C. C. Lowe and J. gift of the valuable land and Failure to file such a declaration the city's business.He Albert Blackburn chairman: 4)
Robert S. Bajiiaid and lta.lplt Q.
also will Institute central
JropertyI'ould be subject only to will preclude the citi- a
e week, it was an- a condition that it be operated as zen from seeking a reduction purchasing policy designed to Smpson, was authorized I* BO A.
ahead with drafting of a bill foe
(38 of the 68 mem- public airport and that, In eventof In the valuation made by the save the city considerable money

I Chamber of Com- emergency, the government city tax assessor for that year. during coming years. presentation to the legislature at ....
session. pronJtag
In the election could obtain Immediate reposses- (See advertisement on Page Sewage Plant this coming
for formal designation of **a
rectors to join the 1on. 8)) Primarily, though so far as the t
members of the No Manufacturing Immediate future Is concerned "township" route as a state tasfc-

lected were: Under terms of the contem- Mallory's major duty will be to way.The

d. M. A. Braswell plated deed, the buildings couldbe V.B.A. to Hold proceed with development of the committee also was alelga-

ove, George Higel, used by the city for anything city's plans for early constructionof orlzed to proceed with beauutaa

U. H. N. Wimmers, except Industrial and manufacturing ''Gripe Night' a sewage system and disposal of a right-of-way 100 feet '"*>

de. Sr. purposes.It plant.It for the new road

at'. meeting, the Is understood that, barring Session TuesdayOpen Is anticipated that he will I DeSoto county Interests alnwiy
George Hlgel to unforeseen complications, the work up definite cost estimates have approved adoption of tSw

ttee to make ar- city within a matter of weeks will to the public as well as for the project, so that a refer- "township" route, Blackburn ft.o
a general mem- obtain a deed covering nil of the to members, the next meeting of (Continued on page eight) (Continued on page two

on page eight) (Continued on page eight) the Venice Business Association

------- will be a 'Gripe Night" session, 125 ATTEND WOMEN'S CLUBS

DEL BUILDING CODES to be held next Tuesday nightat I

8:30 at the office of the Ven MEETING AT ENGLEWOODWith

APPROVAL COUNCIL lce-Nokomls Chamber of Com

merce. 125 In attendance, represent ng Venice NokoDJ W"-

ding code for Venice, designed to encourage construc- "Whatever you think Is wrong, :hula Arcadia, Punta Oorda Sarasota and Englewood. a meelw of
\Illness buildings and homes within the cltv yet keepry and needs correction, should be .he Peace River Federation of Wcmen's Clubs was held jestcrdar to

ramshackle structures, was started on Its way brought up at this meeting" said Englewood at the Lemon Bay Women's clubhouse '

ilative hopper at last Tuesday night's meeting of the G. L. Kincaid, chairman of the I All federation officers of the

I VBA. board of governors. past year were re-elected, headedbY
Ve-No-Hi JuniorsTo
by Councilman 'However, the person makingthe : Mrs. Bob Newhall, president,

the > code was than the amounts charged by 'gripe should also offer con- of Sarasota. Stage Class :
reading with the Sarasota. crete suggestions as to how the I The conference opened at 10

ouncilmen ThompCouncilman The new code Is designed, too, situation compl '""'! of shouldbe am. and was resumed In the afternoon Play Next FridayJuniors

p. Bro- (Continued on page two) remedied following a three-course

t, due to the death Kincald'said: it was decided to chicken luncheon served by mem- of Venice Notnwis

i father. Legion Party hold such a session so that any- bers of the hostess Lemon Bay
High School this week; are bmUt !
losely the model one could freely offer suggestionsthat club. Dr. Mary W Green, presi- 'If- <
acific Coast Build- Rated Success might lead to improvement dent of the Englewood organization engaged In last-minute rehears

*, the new Venicee of the city. Suggestions from gave the address of wel- als of their annual clays play the :

as Sarasota's, inoajor Commander Ralph O. Simpsonof winter visitors will be particularly come, with Mrs Sonya Terry four-act comedy. "Scveutero. fcT t

aspects, save No-Vel- Post No. 159, American welcome, he said. I first vice-president of the Vcnlce- Booth TarkIngton "hcit fc.

permit fees for Legion, and Mrs1. Anne Curls, Nokomis Women's Club, givingthe ..
, presented at 8 pm next FrUT.
considerably lower president of Its auxiliary, reported Women's Club to response. .
March 28. In the high school auditorium. t
this morning that last night'sentertainment Each club gave a report on its

staged in the KMI Elect OfficersWith past year's activities with Mrs. ,
gym under joint sponsorship of D. II DevIns reporting for the Tickets, priced at 35 ceoU tar r j.

'It heR I the two organizations was "gratl- the annual election of officers Venice-Nokomis organization. In adults and 25 cents for cMUM

fylngly successful," from the I scheduled as the principal addition to Mrs. Devins and Mrs. may be obtained from any nuwa- -... -

7 standpoint of finances as well as order of business, a record atten- Terry the following from the V- ber of the junior class or at Ute .' #;

, Low RAINFALLHigh IiichM. enjoyment.In dance Is expected at the next N club attended the meeting: door next Friday night. Dom i t

ttted .................430 between games entertainment meeting of the Venice-NokomU Mrs. Eugene Maier, secretary- will open at 7:30, with the ptey ,
._ 74 80 0.95 was furnished by Milton Women's Club, to be held at 2 treasurer; Mrs. Helen Duncan, to start promptly at 8 pun.)

r._ 68 60 1.35 MIkesell ol Nokomis, who played pm. next Wednesday March 26, past president; Mrs. Ardrla Le Mrs. Pearl Plummet junior

'......... ,70 55 0.00 a clarinet solo accompanied by In the new clubroom at 302 West Pelley, Mrs G. Cunningham, Mrs. class sponsor. Is directing the relearsals. ww

........_ 68 43 0.00 his mother Mrs. Homer Mikesell; Venice avenue. C. C. Lowe Mrs. C. Hemming, Jess Gruel tad BlUr
._.74 52 0.00 the Venice duo guitar team of Also on the program will be the Mrs. J. A. Simpson. Mrs. J. W Zelgler have two of the play's
t-_ 65 89 2,SI 'Smitty and Cauthen" and Caro- postponed talk by Mrs. Ruth Manning Mrs. J. E. McMurray, !,leading parts portraying "*'-':

".68 55 0.14 lyn Tate of Englewood who pa- 'larnshaw Lo of Wuchang China. Mrs. L. H. Miller and Mrs. Vincent Baxter" and "Lola Pratt n-

_"';'11.21 raded as a "girl of the Gay 90'." ,on "Mrs. Doong's Day." Dixon. spectlvely.


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through which his suggested


(Continued from page one Ii "We interviewed the o'ners"Blackburn impromptu softball game By BILL MILLER

t ported, and will work 1tl1 the local declared, after Wrede will be played al :!:30 p.m. this KMIi speedy tennis team has so far followed the

) grwp in seeking legislative had admitted that he had not Sunday on the diamond on :he basketball team and baa won all four of Its matchti ,
0 them personal! "and Just off i High of Tampa Tuesday, they defeated }'
i approval of the necessary bill contacted East Venice avenue, with Jesuit tt
r' I Dodge Support they all want the township line the Tamiami Trail with any'players J.0 on the DavIS Island courts at Tampa Tomorrow, thft
i iI skill against an all-star,-
commissioners, lOUtf Interested In the proposed i their
Ear*!ota count
Line" : softball made up of the best players The Kill ttJ
Snthrd.ngV.. L. Woodard of I Dividing i fler dark" team relay
laurel and P. E. Buchan of Enllcwoed I BaMiard. third member of the league Invited to show up. in high schools In and around I place in the medley\ to

also have pledged their committee, then pointed out "the nesting will be held immediately Tampa. Don Trautman will pit lays. Hun: :leer .w,,

'. awport for the load Representative -! beauty of the township line routeIs after the game I his fkill against Segal, the Northern tllO, Fri 'r '220''

Jerry Collins! of Sarasota alee tint It I* practically the dividing Formation of such a loup Florida Junior champ. (330) fcnn d the

keenly interested in the promowed line for all cf the properties was tentatively decided upon Results of the Jesuit match for the m: rout t

highway and has conferred: out there." last Saturday night at a meet- Tuesday wereTrautman : man ScDat..t

with) O L. Kincaid. chairman of; Kmcaid moved acceptance of in4 at the office of the Unlce- defeated Broaddus S..> were r [lUbe!;,

: tile VJBJV board cf governors the report of the special committee Nokomis ( hamber of Com Livingston, 6-3, 86; Vinton def 'I relay team

,clowning i its: passage through\ which! was appointed following purer It I Is eMffted to consist Sierra, 5.7, 6.4, 6.1; Crieger def :
'the ligature. I'ecentn A,. : the of teams Uo'f! 6-3, 6-1, Arthur del. Mur-
At the Joint me ting laM night. Road to-Aicadit luncheon here Tavor Ilirdware JO'-.1rtKill' phv 6.1, 6.1. Howard 1 .rigs:
c] d ever bv H S, BoudenjiwJdcnt be ems American '
pity < and that the committee raid riumbr the In the doubles matches: Traut- 46 gradi: : too r
cf the Chamber ofCwunrrre powered to proceed with all fur leflnn and Englewood. and and Vlnton defeated LlvUV nle Cliena, ECte
+ T MVrede. Si. ofMrkoml to obtain In. man
ther necessary been
steps other .
possibly -ton and Sierra, 6 0. 6-1: Ar- prn to A.
*. raised: the sole objection troductlon of the bill In the Ui>- Tentative plans call for Class Inceivlng ifanzt
thur and Crigger defeated Wolf f
..... tc the uumJiip routing recomnoteded 'laMe session that starts next pl.1'lnramt') < on \UdnevlavUte h ,
and Murphy, 6-3, 7-5 sag t. t
by the comtn ttnee.
month Hi motion, seconded by ( and !'und3afh'rll..on cal schot
DisagrteVrede Director M Cousins of the C, 01 Slime interest also has bun Dick Arthur who has been ante Pfc Chen:
s suggestion that the mber of KMI tennis team for
C.. was carried without a di:>>em shown in formatlin of a wo China last N tuber
Tctit straight out Venice avenue, ing vote men's softball II'.1&ue.Building -eveial years, has never been defeated -
Josrf ago proposed) b>' a count :.n match play, accordingto

jtonmns commission of which he Captain Waters, one of the
"was a member, be used, was di<. AFTER YOU HAVE Code tennis coaches. NOTICEWill
I rrrudi after both Blackburn READ THIS COpy

t .,..1 S rrpson disagreed cmphatl OF THE GONDOLIER: Track Team Build Your
The track team made their
rally with lib statement that he"ctlll't WHY NOT MAIL IT page onl"I I
I eluninaerl'd initial appearance in a triangularmeet in Venice At 61SEE
SOME FRIEND simplify
think thee Mould be am TO tn
," it contains no price with Sarasota and Fort My-
taw.ble"c.5ting the necessary LP: NORTH'POUTBLE ap and
I I ere Fort Mvers was the winner
rtht '''f-wav from owners of the restrict tons
with 57'j points while Sarasota
I Except' in the! fire zone '-buai i VENICEDEVELOPMMEM
took second JlaceA'ith 46'a.! and
: ness districtexplained' Coui-
RIDIO.rnoNOGR\rii KMI placed third with 40. Gene
1W cilman Caspersenanybody can |
Automatii Record Changer (110" i II"" I King and Bob Ray! racked up six 307 IV Venice I
build: a frame or masonry building
l6."Y\\ Radio can be removed from Carom Can I' I point apiece to lead the cadetsin Phone 3291 a ixI ,
,4/ : and played as a Table Radic no matter what its cost, Justto

r} v Reg fllU SPECIAL \T $69,53 I long as it Is structurally and coring
architecturally sound and acceptable .
; 3t'-50nESIRS F'ROUSI: ( [-SOe
to the council
"I. -/K, Lending Library films DevelurtclALPHA BOY '!
In the lire zone ftrt.rl'.btl\

l MUSIC I SHOP C'ontructton111 be required I Do My Feet Feel Good 1 AI v 0

fitt Fhil o. !Mromborj.(ar.oll.! Majestic and \\el;njhou-* with minimum standards equal V Look Like New I Yep W V Do
Radio Dater 'p the business district bulldil 2, Experts In _$hoe Corn M.jf
'1' W. Venice Ave Phone Ja,3 ,heady in exMtnuI .' Ing At
Radio, Repair R.d.i Rented Cameras Rent d "
I I Tile council also cal, final ap|
Rand R
pc\al to the new' H),,antal ,Und ,

.. .
assured County Cooml" ''i
i STAN and HELEN H.IP.x.
\\ L Woodaid and Counts

1.1'. that ivoild paY oOnt 1 i' Opposite Venice.Nokon11s But I

l of the ,, ,'
1. 1n1. d! $25)0ol. "

; I ,f btlld:1: ; c A :.2::: p"" '. ,I" 1)1t: I I

SPECIAL VALUES t..' r, id i \ .1.., i:::'
-_-- --- Bathtubs, Sinks, Water Closets

,. I I Coming Events I

I :DI Uc Cite Estimates and Contract Inv Me; M'

i Irliluv'. Marcie 51

OLD FORRESTER All day. st. \lalh;: Gutd: : i i.art: JOSSART-KINCAID

mage sale J.I: WeVttnu, ,Ill'
Bottled Bourbon nue next tr j0-:,:t Knead 323 \V. ..
Venice A,.. Pk j
Plumbing S':rr;

+II SR49 fifthSCHEMEY !>untI'I.rrll! : 23 Dep.nd.tl. Plumbing That Will Stand lnip.ctioi"

r 2:30:
pm softball camo and I II
-.. meeting. baseball dunioi I
-u .at neat
,: : Tamiami Trail and Eat Venice

;. : I avenue 8pm.. boll1ngnc" vs. sai Does Your Car
a If I Black Label |I asota BovvlaUdi

!, :Monday, :timi, 21
8,30 pm.. American
; 1 $3.69 fifthLANSDOW'NE Legion
meeting Legion clubhone VenIce ,
: Air Base.
', .
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Tuesday, March 23

i 8:30: pm.. Venice Business A.

jtoclatlon "0-lpe .N.B!11" nMas:
} Reserve : at C of C office Pubic: Jnutcd

ti r ': "elnesda, :Marti 26

I J 7 \'enlce'\okomh
83.29 fifth Worn
,It: I s Club meeting, 302 West \'en.
) ice avenue Annual election

'I ..... .. .....1l19 -.... officer and talk on "M,of',, We Have Just Installed A
Doong Diy:' bj
Mrs Ruth
Earn.haw Lo, I Diametric Wheel Balancer
4 pm" last
SMITTY'STAVERN St Mark's Episcopal musicale at
i Church Accurate Balancing Guaranteed

I Thursday, :March 27

; Club 8 Pm. Community Service ONE. HOUR SERVICE
meets at 302 West
Venice I
I avenue, In Cornea Club head

125 South Tamiami Trail Quarters.Friday :March 28 VENICE GARAG]

Venice 9:30 a,m.-12 noon, pre.natal

Best Drinks in Town At Popular Prices' clinic Pla8vp.m East", Ve.No'HI Venice! avenue Junior, class And SERVICE'STATION.

Seventeen," to be present. On the 3VENICE
Trail Phone
ed ln high school auditorium. VENICE .

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Senior Girls' ENGLEWOOD LUMBER Made For Society's 14th annual drtme ,'J,''
,.Boys, I Appeal Each person who contrft .M

AND SUPPLY NOW of Easter to the Easter Seal Drive wM b*
e-No-Hi Basketball Titlesthe Support
\ OPEN FOR BUSINESSAlready purchasing services lor lie crippled
Seal Campaign in his own commumlr. Brie>
Venice-Nokomls High School' Intra-mural marked building activity tol said. More than 00 per CM&et t
on were run off last Moniay afternoon In thee In the Englewood district remiM M
Gainesville, March 20, (FNS) the funds raised
Seniors capturing the girls crown and the has received new impetus with -Asking for state-wide supportof the state to buy needed ervtoec

In the boys' division. the recent opening for businessof the 1947 Easter Seal Drive for in the fields that are not covered

defeated the Englewood Lumber and Supply In the by other public or organizations
the thousands of crippled
23 to II, in the I Principal Homer Mikesell and Inc., located State High- handicapped.
I on for the I
state, Dr. L. M. Bristol, oalnes-I
Dandridge, who has been coach [
(the afternoon, '
way 775, one block south of Its ville, president of the
re squad took, ing the boys' varsity cagers at .
junction with State Highway 777
sociation for Crippled Children
ctory over the Ve-No-Hl, said the fact that the RADIOS
I Chidester Johnson, a native of and Adults announced today
lI8Cond contest, Junior and Sophomore teams REPAIRED
Dandridge.alendar. were finalists In the intramuraltourney Punta Gorda who has long had a that Mrs. Millard F. Caldwell is %C.nOUR'ICB
; chairman of the State
augured well for the local wide acquaintanceship in the En- honorary I
Easter Seal Committee for the
school's chances In basketball glewood district, is manager of
annual Easter Seal Drive, March
competition for the next two
years. the new firm. Associated with 6 to April 6, Easter Sunday. .

him Is D. F, Gibbons, owner of The Florida Association for
Mary Adams, scoring 20 points,
paced the Senior girls to victory, the Gibbons Lumber Yard at Crippled Children and Adults It
affiliated with the National Society
while Eddie Keys, Eleventh grade Punta Gorda. Venice Radio ServicePhone
for Crippled Children and
forward, was high-point man Johnson, who worked for Gibbons 2612
Adults, and this Easter Seal
with 22 tallies, for the losers in both before and after serv- 251 W. Venice Ave. VeniceI
Drive is a part of the National
e the boys' contest. Glen Stephens ing with the armed forces during

Sophomore center, paced his victorious the war, said the new companywill

I squad with 20 points.. carry a complete line of Passenger Hops
Girls' line-ups:
P building materials including cement -
SENIORS: Adams (20), Boone, concrete blocks, plaster $1.50See
1947 Zelgler (3), Underwood, Anderson
mortar mix, and building hard-
Beautiful Venice and Nearby Gulf Coast From the Air
6 q 6 Johnson Stutzman. ware. It also has the agency for LEARN TO FLY IN 8 EAST LESSONS
11 14 1)to EIGHTH GRADE: Hickman the well-known line of Pittsburgh Government-Approved School
a tts7 (2), Clark. Earl (7), Davids, paints.Florida. Continuous Enrollment

sb i9 Nipper Boys', line-ups Stephens.: Jones. J & J AIRCRAFT. INC.

(20), Billy Hankins 1141, F. O. Joyner P. O. Box 2r E. T. Deatae.

THE DAY Harry Lanlus (1), James Franklin Founder'sVeel\: VENICE 2551 VENICE LaRASCTA 63M

Eddie Evans (9)
SITBAR Mitchell Ends Tomorrow

JUNIORS: Andy Malanca (2),
ice Ave, Ellis Davis <1), Owen Conway Lakeland, March 20 Florida

e (15), Roland Franklin. Eddie Southern college began Its! ..

Keys (22), Raymond Edge. Founder's Week Tuesday, March
18, with Dr. Eddy Asirvatham of ImmediateDelivery
Boston University speaking in a

morning chapel program. Activi-
I* to Live in Florid ties continue through the foliating .
'I" I
Sunday, with alumni to takeover ...
A Distinction lo Live In Venice
the campus on Saturday

H. N. WIMMERS High spot of the program Is
{ the Convocation Friday afternoon .

a Realtor { In Annie Pfeiffer chapel at

which Dr. Jerome Davis educa-

VENICE FLORIDAthe tor and sociologist, will speak on
Tamiami Trail Mute the Open Gulf "Social Adventuring." An eve-
ning program presents Mlle. Eve

Curie In a lecture on "The Magicof I
t 7 r idhrr Radium." We Have Government litiS

A reunion luncheon for alumni:

and other former students will beheld

NICENOKOMISBANK at 1 p.m. Saturday with the Houses for Sale

annual meeting of the alumni association .

to follow. Also on the

alumni day program are the ded-

ication of the site for an outdoor Delivered On Lot, With Foundation
amphitheatre, swimming pool
and alumni hall and an Intercollegiate .

INVITE YOUR ACCOUNT" tennis match between Stones Included

Southern and the University of

bar of Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.

Maximum Insurance Ranging in Price From
For Each Depositor Charm

Beauty $250 to $800 '

EN IS I II I I SalonTrixie


223 Welt Miami Avenue SIZES AND DESIGNS

Phone 2811

n PaintingPaperhanging VENICE LANDCOMPANY


Jones and HoganOrange

...r troy 1,a be. .g.tr.auE O.eI Apts. Nokomis

must never have heard of PONDERS, or hesking Phone 3222 ROBERT S. BAYNARD FRANK D. ROEBUCK ,f'
: hit chances of getting to mix himself a
President S.turn.n.en
from the varied stock of well-known liquors on _
LORDSHIP'S favorite package, store. j
Gas on StomachRelieved -

5 minutes or Phone 3581 ;
double back ;,
your money
whoa...._........Itnnanb_.......end avid I..eau."hum.,"iMlnful dnctnrt suerr.t.Ina utuallyrwrlb "In Business To Help Build Venice and Venice :
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ass..v No hiilln. IW1 nil brings Mntort IE t '
Jill,or saner luck M num a .beaus
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,t ti i EDIT()

t"I /Note: Th,
be glad to print
do not agree with a word yoj , with my Le jour right to say it.' -\OLT\IKE space permits '

( Published every Friday. Editorial and business office, 313 Well I Gt LIZ' T I will them not short.be An

V.nic Avenue, Venice Florid. P. 0. Bo 632. Phone Venice 3131 ever, it the cowq writ,_

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-- The
Entered as tecond.cl*.. matter June 6. 1946 at the post office t = l>* happy ,0
.l Venice. Florida under the Act of March 3, 1879. o oblilai
j Subscription rateit One year $2,SO, i iMrcnlhv six month, SI.50: three
75c. Classified advertising rates 2 cent per word,, first 2.acd.t Greene"_
1 cent per word for each additional ord. _
: Editor,
,;1 i (CARROLL WILLIAMS Editor and Publisher
JELJM: WILLIAMS .. .. Office Manager Gon.oller,
Dear SirI

: undo:' md tiKy\ !

4" till.i spring n.1'eruce t:
T\\j, c,,ses that would seem to call for prompt ,IC' go to be ted f fa t

lion K tlv \enice-Nokomia: Ch.univr of CIlI11nmc: : wrote to Flonduj

.-..' cropped up during: the past t week. Commerce and ttq
were no w, rm sprrx; ,,
One involves apparentlack of o-l l'eration" state boun i'ie

"unfortun i llOran.=e" on the part: ot the Honda State I I If there :sch a

Chamber nt Commerce, although it i is quite liken tk vv>OoU BE OUT ir4 A WEEK-VMYQS you plea .t< 11x1: !

fault is as much our own, for tailing to broadcast \\'s I & <&mn& TO \LOCK MUCH BETTER ALPEAOV Acworth, G: In rear i
lot oir own assets. :as it U that: ot the state ch:imlvr, send heravailable rare:

I I'e refer to the fact tint: the Honda Mate: Ch:imlvrDf [
Pepper Urges Greek Problem Be E O SlOt&,
Commerce: ( if our Greene\ille, Tenn.. corre>punJentvh
I e letter is reproduced in our'"Letters to the Lditor'u Turned Over to United Nations P.-.. ,:er.

I elsewhere on this page is correct :apparently: ht: I Gle lice!,

never heard ut \\arm: Salt Springs, the 'Ponce de I ton IU SEX 1TOR ( LUDE POPPER -0-

Fountain' of Youth" spa just 12 miles south of. \.en1.=e. I \\e are faced in Congrcith tits making In the next few days (Editor> Volt.: tadvised j.i

and consequently] is assuring people Florida dueMi't ha\e 'ol a tern grave declNion It relates to tine: application of the Greek Indeed, Mrs, Milli
government for loan of two lush a esn
a hundred
aid fifty million dollars. .
any warm springs within: its boundaries.
near here
I This matter tarn to a head 1\

.Mixe surest that both the \'-:N Chamber ot when the British advised u< rather encr first, because they wantedto Spring just 1! B*.

Commerce :md thearm Salt: Spring people take im- j abruptly that they were drawIng keep a foothold In the Balkans of Venire !see' I'dl'

module steps to set the Florida Mate: Clumber: ot Commrrcc their force out of Greece and. second, because Greece lay umn for further i

straight: on this immediiteh: ? 'consisting of upwards of 10.000 right along side the Dardanellesand '- .
II: I troops, on March 31 and were was a point of t.
The second unable very great
: case: came: to light when The Keull: { I
I to extend to Greece any f ir- 'trategic value in aid of the Brtt- My dear i
Store of Venice tailed to receive its 'I ite"
copies ot' I
n1.l i- Ither financial aid That has been i rpolicy l to keep the Russiansbottltd
::12ine two weeks Cora and i wish i i x
ago. According to Jim \Dick, co-own regarded *. amounting virtually up In the Black Sea and
r er of the store he was informed b) the mal'azine'reo: "Uo an nnnounctmem by the Button to keep them out of the eastern late you on ?fnipaper :

i ;inml distributor tint because of the paper shortage the j I that they are pulling oit, of Mediterranean: , I am sun out, der, aremuch jot:

"Life" people} hid: ruled tint henceforth ''Vmlv dealers in [Grtttt bar and baggage andleaving All! these considerations leading mi more
cities" to be i It up to us to determine u.. a! many feel to
are allotted copies of the popular picture ( whether underwritingBiti long trip ti Acadi
i We haH go In to take
t'l i mjgazine when supplies! :are low, "so of course, that lets :(their place or whether, a< many ,and foreign policy to a degree, 5\'I:
f ;Venice Oilt:' I : to a decision to put enoumoney gh
I ( would have us believe Including'
I any Important
t\ We echo Mr\ Dick's irate I the British, we will stay out and
: scream the
I' that "Venice I H world threatened with out that fl' xi src-;
t a city '!," :and suggest:( t the C of C. forward a coin nt our let the Russian come In communism from within to maintain sly be undc'akea tiJ

I city charter to 'Life." If that isn't convincing enough, There has been in progress for the supremacy of anti-c om- United Natl in- Ortuj

we'lI furnish photovtitic: copies of a long time a struggle between 'reunite forces tend to obscuretwo doing our fuu pan n
our city : :
occupational the British and the Russians In''
license and' tax: bill. the Oretk-Tuikl-li other questions. In my opin- United Nations policy

f : Near East 'ion of paramount Importance: But by s. mean. i
'Irel As
j a matter of fact, this '
-- struggle has 1' I-n t this a matter of vital help Greece: I \1 as tie::
continued for
Another Good Move tunes, The Russians have \been ctn- ,concern to the United Nations? and saw the doplorabt

trying to jet access to the '2' The needs of the great thin and the pitiful! w

I Appointment by the city council of Phillips If. Mil- danelles, which Is the out II'Dar'i! to Oieik people themselves heroic and anent Pf:

foxy as "city supervisor," or municipal administrative officer the M,,
should be welcomed by al! progressive Citizens (,Black ca pen which the Russian ,da>' among the major powers outside race, And, m my w
homeland the United Nations Is weak- hundred and nfty n *
not lies
only because such officer This has
1 I,i nate administrative an to handle and co-ordi ten been called the Battle CI'1(smog the United Nations. Just as Is not going to be taa

rz details is :a definite necessity but be The Dardanelles ,the same kind of thing in the want to see dtmocncja

". : cause Venice is fortunate: in obtaining a man of Mr. Ahllory's It Is well known that Wmnon ;early sears Of the League of Nations not outside money pen:

I experience and qualifications: particularly: in the Churchill, as prime I II weakened the League, maintain a discredited ti
engineering field. minister! : And In the United pull British chestnuts
tried to direct the Invasion Natl flats,
Y t With Venice I i continent of Europe during of the I we have the Security Council, the eastern Mediterranean &
on a definite World
period of
purpose of
I long which is
overdue War II through the Balkans to prevent I suggest, therefnwhat
expansion, and with provision of sewage: dis Allied armies would ,0 ]i aggression and to preserve the n do, w' thai

I j I posal facilities the city's next big step, Mrtl1on': can |area at the war* end oocupy, and that intecrity, and the independence Greek people and to:
be of Ine. to I of
>uimHealue: to "en ice keep all nations and
the Russians from especially the testing time of the &jtlons.
\\e believe citizens of ''into that territor letting I mall nations we throw our hi
Venice will The
1 join with us in t ,have claimed It seems to me therefore that .urfanlzu
complimenting the council for that Gmce behind that
taking this 1 was I If the real
l step their reason we of the
: particular sphere of lnflu. ,Greece are going In is the only hope
is to keep
\ UNCLE OTTO somebodyads else peace.

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STHODI3T Help put Florida crippled chil- Use GONDOLIER Classified

Collins to Introduce dren back on their feet. Buy
Easter Seals. Ads. Costs only 2 cents per word.

Mlal.tarGroup. ;:Room.COPPER SERVICE, CALL

Rates Reasonable KETTLE VenicePlumbing
Swimming Pool
Mid-week As a result of a meeting held at the Venlce-Nokomls Chamberof (For Guests Only) INN ShopBox

Commerce last Friday night, with about 50 sportsmen and other III S. Harbor Drive VENICE 14, Venice Phone 2153
Mi.. LottleURCH Interested citizens In attendance a proposed law prohibiting the use Phone 3111S

of haul seines, drag nets, or stop nets In the Inside salt waters of I

Sarasota county north of Lemon Bay has been drawn up for j
t II
Introduction In the state legislature next month.M. IIIGEL APPLIANCESElectrical

Avenue A. Braswell Venice attor-
4 Ird. ney, prepared the bill and has Tide Tables Contracting
Pastor '
submitted It to R. P. Adams of VENICE INLET Wiring of all Types
(Punta Rasa Correction)
Osprey, who presided over the
Date High Low
lee.M. meeting here last Friday night. FREE ESTIMATES
Mid-week Fri. Mar. '21 6:27pm
1:06pm: :
Adams Is to submit It, In turn,
Sat., Mar. 22 12:31am: 1:01am:
to; Representative Jerry Collins 1:18pm 1:08pm GENERAL ELECTRIC DEALER

CHURCH :of Sarasota, who will introduce 3'1111., Mar. 23 1:16: am 1:31: am
Pastor it. 1:31 pm 19: pm Refrigeration Service
1; 11 am. Mon. Mar 2' 2:02: am 1:55: am
Modeled after similar laws In
'BTUitpmie Venice
day, T pm. I 19pm: 8:34pm 201 West Avenue Phone 3211
effect In Brevard and
other east
Tue. Mar. 25 2:54 8:15
: am : am .
coast counties, which have proved 2:10pm: 9:23pm:
OPAL effective In halting destructivehaul Wed. Mar. 26 3:58 am 8:30: am
I 2:35: pm 10:21: pm
netting there the new bill
Place Thu. Mar 21 5:33am: 8:28: am
ykor, Rector carries real "teeth, providingnot I 3:10: pm 11:30: pm

not. only for a maximum fine of Fri., Mar 28 3:52pm: I II In All Tjrpet of
$500 and up to a year's Impris-
01COD onment for violations, but authorizing I AIRCRAFT PARTS, REPAIRS AND

uen destruction of the net CHECKED CONVERSIONS
Faster ITCH
a oliff"
used by the offending fisherman
9t MOMJf Back Charter Service Place in Florida
to Any
In addition to Adams, Collins I For quick relief Iron itching csuaM by ecsems.athl .
Feople'i 'i foot scabies proplta and other itching
lYounc and Braswell, officials attending I
Hangar Space To Rent
conditions use pure,cooling, medicated liquid
it upiwr. the meeting here Included County I D.D. i A doctor formula
Greaseless and iUlnless Soothes comforts and
Judge Forrest Chapman.The trial bottle
I quickly calm into itchini SSc
!!, back Don suffer Auk
CHURCH proposed act is as follows: proves or money your
Avenue druggist today(of D. D. D. PIUKIIirriON.
Section 1. That on and after I

or. Pastor the approval of this act, it shall ,.
be unlawful for any person, firmor

corporation to fish, or causeto

be fished, any haul seine, dragnet

or stop net in any of the

inside salt waters of the Countyof

Sarasota (including all rivers, gJI1GF p
creeks, bays, bayous, lagoons, ) Ijq :
sounds and Inlets) north of Lem- /
try ,
on Bay
Section 2. It shall be the dutyof iCSC ,

any and all regular or special .
law enforcement officers of Sar-

tEY asota County and the State of /
Florida to enforce the provisionsof NO
sal er 2itBEPPNER this act.Section IrfTU

3. Any person, firm or

corporation who or which shall

violate any of the provisions of
this act shall be guilty of a mis-

lamp A... demeanor, shall be sublect to ar- 00
One way of expressing our appreciation lor the
Phone 1531 rest, and upon conviction in privilege up" with Florida if to do our

any court of competent Jurisdic- utmost in helping that growth.At .

tion shall be fined In a sum not Riviera, Fla., w. have built the finest powerplant
ES, M.D. exceeding Five Hundred ($500) that modem engineering genius and technical
lull can achieve. It if one oi four great new postwarplantstwo
e Av. Dollars, or shall be imprisonednot
under construction in
completed,,,one ,one
Fl 3134s. to exceed one (1) year, or final planning itagei

day. Except P. M. by both such fine or imprison- from these plants, over our far-flung intercon.t'
ment; and In addition to such necld system, will flow vital electric power-not only
for the taeedi oi today-but for Florida' continued
fine ,
or imprisonment, or
growth and prosperity.They are symbols of our faithin
all cases of arrest and convictionof the future of our State

any person, firm or corpora-

tion found to be using any netsor

seines, drag nets or stop nets,

such nets or seines shall be con-

sidered and adjudged a nuisanceand
the court, wherein convictionIs

Repair had, shall order the same destroyed

Station Immediately after such
trial and conviction.



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:. -Six Trailer Park); I Venetians Lose to For quick
,Venice Bay result
Park, Mr. and Mrs. Robert W I H James F Palmer Sarasota Keglers DOLIER Clactitig 1k
r Sproul Bucksport. Maine: vr I Dr. and Mrs. 'Granada Court
Winter Visitors and Mrs S. F. Bittner M: Matthew Houlton. B Mitchell. Although coming back strong
,I i %, K)'. I Jackson. Mich:
t tell. Mr. and Mrs. Edward rKilbv Ann 0 Connell. 846 the Venice bowling team last SCHEDL'li
of inter Okla.:
: Latest registrations Hook Conn. sandy Its three- "by
visitors, as reported by Harry A. urin 'i Chicago. Ill. 'Siei'el' AP" Sunday night dropped
and Mrs. Benj< I IsCOatt"CV1
Mr >
Hotel' : with Sarasota 2520to
,I' Tourneau. ChlIII game match u:io.
of the Venice Nellie Le
; :Beach secretary N Ven' imnti' :
Larctmont I
i I Nokomis Chamber of Commerce LIndner IceMsakka Hotel) : cago. D\e Apartments I Dr. 2437. on the Sarasota alleys OUTG01t Ur ,

Clvde R. Landis Chicago Byron Jones put games of 173 trod 1 s.m
follow: Mr and Mrs. J. P Soberak. and Mrs
r t Mr and Mrs Virgil :.:' H<-.,"8. I Mich Treasure Beach' : Ill.I I Co b>' Apartments''I.i I. 182, and 207 together for a 562 Wlr r 1

DaMon, O i Venice lily Trailer I Alpena Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Haas. Jr.. i Mr. and Mrs Fletcher E. series to pace the local keglers. atom.de mkMa t.
Colo : Emory totals were: Jim Oak- do-
LoulsMlle! Ky. ,Venetia Hotel'' : Bio n. Loncmont Other local I'.m. 4

; Mr and Mrs. N M. Fredrick on. T 'ler. Pearl C Tjler Keyser. W. ley, 125. 154, 170-440; H. Diet I I'.m

Symptom of Distress Arising from Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Rau ch. PerU I H Bas en. Cynthia Tedd Burkett 139. 170. 196-505; J, J.

1 STOMACH ULCERS ', Iowa ,Woithlngton Apartments and Janice Ba
'I DUE TO EXCL5S ACIDFreeBookT.llaofHom.Tr.ltmentthit Conn ,WorthIngton Ats; > : Viola The two squads will meet In

t O. W. Pepper. Jr.. St. Da!'Ids. H O'aser: Elizabeth Burle- another Inter-city match on the I BOWL

Mutt Help or It Will Cost You Nothing Penn 'N'okomls Ledge1 J. S. on. New BritaIn. Conn.. Wcr- Bowlakade alleys here at 8

OTfrtno million bottlnofthVILtARD Disston Jr Chestnut H.ll PUla thington Apts. Mand Mrs o'clock next Sunday night. For
THE VTIESTbebconiold; : for relief of. Penn. .Sckomis L'de' George M Banscmer Southing-
r)m pt omi of dl t mt arising from Ktomtchud delphia FUN
D.aod.nsl Ule.f duo to Excess Add- Mark K. MaMen. Holdcnc-s Nfa ton. Conn : Mr. and Mrs Cliff std
PMT Digestion Sour o- upset Stomach
Your doctor and school
GaMliwi. HH due to 1.1.... Acid. hi,Id on I S do)',' Irlall teacher can tell you what Easter
A.k for "'W Wlllwd Mnuci" which fully Elkin W. Vaortains;
t&duos this troatmrat-tae-a ton Apts. : Mr and Mr Lee Pal. Seals mean to crippled children. HEALTH

'V.ort!-; -ton But for the funds provided
\a '
THE RE\\tL STORE ElknsV: /
through their annual sale thousands .
Apt. : Mr and Irs. C -

r .iam on. 'A'"tmouT. Pa "*:cn. of cripples would be withoutaid sCnlac

Bronchial Coughs .ce-Myakka Hotel': or hope. Buy Easter Seals.

I Mr and MrV. J \\ hiilrfSainla r

Due to ColdsI Ont. Canada Umc1Makki Business

Hutel' : Rachel A NI.I.Caibcndale '. i or
Spend< 45 cent today it any drug
tnr for a b "l of EirKLFT CAVADIOL Pa. Coppor Kettle' ResidentialSites

MIYTirL-trlpl IrtlOI-I'II\\ Jnn : Mrs A. Graham C'e!' 'S.

I promptly to help iten up thick! Jtlcky I, --..1f"1 :and. 0'enezia Hotel' : '.%I On Our .\Ilrvj,
Ihtegm-voth- 1 tlirnt mrmIrann Tills
an1 (B.'. jgl.iif >|>, ;iI.! l. and Mr. David C. Laughon PCliskl Sol
Try It th.'r" n'xt im K n .ultiln "G' Va El Patio Hotel M. VENICBOVVLAK
"r.. and Mrs Harold F. NVdau Mon- Several Choice Lots In Venicefor
for \'uti, It I r r d Sol cIT< tl I\ It : ....,...,j.o Sale I
IP fir 'CoIItduo ].1' Ot ELCK-' :0.
LET S fANADK \lIXTI'RE-m"d11I .:.:;:::'::'':.:.. \0..,., Dr and Mr*. E Oan ValcvB'larcllff ', 1EMCF DEVELOPMENT CO. And i G'

,I. riATDAT III dniKUU Minor V. V 'Copper 307 W. Venice .he 245 West tent,

---- tf.U'I''I Katie Inn' : Mr and MJ. L. I'hone 3291 or 363 Phone 260

i Fn Biotmllle. N Y Copptl .
Kettle Inn' : Mi and MiT. F

REASONS WHY :MiNamaia. Sainia Ont, Cinid -
The smart, efficient way to profct .
Increasing millions I your c'ethcs! freer moths VeniceMyakka Hotel :

Snap Back With CEDARIZED to give : "-sint Mr and Mr> S S. Am\\: (>:tl1 Hollywood Apt.-Hotel Bldg. 219 We

1: \ aroma. ""awiurkct. R Ienf>7ia Hoi 1 Phone 'enice; 2086Mad..to.Ordor

..n ["id Mi >. O. P. Canada; .
-EADA HW3tat UPHOLSTERING, Cleaning- Ipho.
Designed for UH in vacuum c'sinci mi .
central protection of Moolens .. ::1 Ind. ''Belll'll,iidAy Slip Covers, Drape,, Etc.-Genrr.1 So.i'l, | J
iiid ,Ir. Eliot: 5' ELECTRICAL R.paira-R.r..j iterationHe jiehoU I
.' One Pound !Sire tV:; m.rcial-AII l i I Horn AppliancesyIn .
2 Ibs $129 4 Ibs223 Han I'diu' i 11& Hart Diaibo: :n
f PAINTING: -Bru h or Spr.Furnihir | and
:Mch Ukncia Apf. ; Mi_i -Ti'ilert, Car.. Etc


0 sirrp'e DeIIr.t t. TJtcdlly and painful rene 1, ula Vt; : Mrs Ornn MBi SEE US NOW FOR ONSUMMER YOUR HOI:

I'' eiiscon-foiU 0: neu-a:g:a. In your home 'lc\ Co:umbu.. O jam ,\ THIS

alt! rho oast'- MachMfr.: : *. William Bk: -
rMeasured Oses In
powder .
1\ u form for qulc assjnU: :Ion. .clonll c way. B:id>'. Col imbu-. 0.Jamav

r Bad Anthony I3jzz Mitli.s .\.
1 I n Proof of merit Same type forrmua UieDIIUOUTII ,
: o\er one-third century. : ('. \\\'tPDrt. Conn. '\'al ncIJ
a. ) Apt. : Mr and Mr>. D. N Bent. "In the Heart of th e Busing a '

I D Standard Laboratory U tested S. P. ingredients controlled. y to help control' ;It'y. Towanda Pa. 'Oiann

.{ .*._.__.C-- J MllOIW.IUJtCloset Apt M r, and Mi E F. Ham.
k' JI1Oc n I f In and price 25c range slzei of everyone and 10TTIN0 mOnd. Cliffuood N J. 'Del RIo, EL ()4.TIHoward 10 KIEL

APIMr and M:" G. L Hammond .
Caution: Use only as directed Slip 80c .
i Quincy. Mas 'Del| Rio
Basement Size $2.49 Whaley,
BU"-TAIJ- Apt : Mr and :Mn L Y Tuck. Man ager

.. A The Rexall StorePost man Mtd..i Pa 'Copper Ket-
A ._ r
tie Inr Mi and Mrs! HerbertIC $3 Day and Up Weekly : so

I Office Arcade Phone 3181 1 Will, Cl, tnut Hill MasNciconm 223 West Venice Avenue VENICE F'

f tt 1 IS THERE SUCH A THING AS Ixxigi I i

: 'Call George"IS

The Junior Class

I OFVeniceNokomis

WOMANHOOD? High School

"No"-claim medical authorities, who ought to WILL PRESENT
V.nou Nature has so constructed and >:
cally 1 endowed woman that In many cases she's\
apt to suffer!
i' certain distressing sjmptoms r
'" during her life For Instance when she enters I Booth Tarkington'sFour.Act
womanhood-or during the menopause, the
k- period when fertility ebbs a\ 'ay.
How If on 'certain days' of the month_fe t li YOUR CAR
a I male functional monthly disturbances are ON THE
; causing i/ou to suflir from pain, nervous dis JOB?
tress and feel '
so tired cranky you snap at
E your. Plnkhams children and husband-then do try Lydia \ Dent'). \'Jur car dcwn .
Vegetable Compound' to reuexo let .
+ us c \c eompica
such jo i
'mpt ma. Its famous for this purpose : -
v f
\ i Made ESPECIALLY For Girls and Women o r''lee p t price joullwe'nm

Pinkham's \ i : With pleasure! IN THE
Compound DOES 0I '
MORE than relieve
,. such monthly nervous pain tension It ALSO Irritability relieves and accompanying 411 Come n1! HIGH SCHOOL AUDI FORUM\

Taken highstrung feelings-when due to this came.weak Rti t V/. Sp.d..li-| :: ';;
regularly thruout the month_this Rp.rmg;
great medicine helps build I 8 P.M.
n up resistance Chrysler
+ against such distress, A thing any sensible Products
: woman should
want to dot I

If,, 1 r embarrassing effective!LYdia to Pinkham's relieve feelings hot Compound flashes during and the!those i also funny very, 1I-I YL NOKOMIS FRIDAY, MARCH 2$

years 38 to
62-when due to the functional '
e t t period peculiar to women 'nuddJe.aco't GARAGE (DOORS OPEN 7.30: P.M I

t Finkhams Compound! Is worth trying George T:. D..lin, Prop.
/.J..Lt On the 1
LL ,. VEGETABLE Phone 2581 Adults, 35c Children



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'Ads I K. M. I. Red Cross SewingGroup Councilman Brohard's a

Clippings I Venice Bowlakade I Ends Work Father Dies HereAfter

LeagueW Lengthy Illness
By BILL MILLER Effective Immediately, and until
Evan George Brohard 71, father
further notice, the Red Cross
Like The first Honor Roll since the of City Councilman Smyth
L Pins workshop In the Venice-Nokomis
plete atca semester was published last Sun- Brohard, died at his son's home
Charm Beauty .... 19 2 12495 Methodist Church will be
3572.jFt day in THE ANVIL, KMI school Smltty's ...,........... IS 6 12108 It was announced closed'j here last Tuesday after an Illness -

......... of several
has been paper. Again the leader Douglas Nestlewood .. 14 10 14222 months.
Cadet Abrams had an average of 98 20. Earl's ............. ........ 12 9 11475 Mrs. Charles Mcu Roberts, local A native of Jackson County,
A Pines Hotel....:.... 6 9 8,188J chairman of the Red Cross sewing .
tough Ohio, Mr. Brohard for
competitor this month and J .................. 9 15 12.871 group? many
ONALSUBS was. Bob Berch, with an average Palm Drill ............ 5 19 12780 "We have completed work years had been engaged In the
I of 9800. Trailer Park ........ 3 15 9.812Week' grocery business in Coalton, i
for the time being Mrs. Rob-
Results Ohio and had served
and Along with the as mayor
his vicinity, Friday March 14 Charm Beauty erts explained "going far over our and postmaster of that city.
ERY at came awarding; of the Com- defeated Palm drill 3-0; J andJ quota of garments for foreign relief
and his wife, Mrs. Maude
pany Scholastic Pennant awarded defeated Trailer Park 30. Monday distribution thanks to the
every month to the March 17, Smltty's defeated Hutchison Brohard, have been
Muck, fill dirt, with the highest J and J, 3-0; Nestlewood defeated fine assistance of our volunteer visitors here the past four win-
hon. 5759.ORKI average. This workers."
Palm arill, 3-0. Wednesday ters. In addition to his widow and
Band and Staff took March 19
billing: Pines Hotel defeated :
eorre.pondence.'Curwood the award with an average of Palm Drill, 2-1. New Wheel BalancerHas his son Councilman Brohard, Mr.
(Jo.tng survived
Bi chard Is by anotherson
Shop.) 8297. Next In line for the pen- AVERAGES
nant was Company (Compiled by Marjorie Adorjan Been Installedt Haydn Brohard of Sheridan.
B. with 82.72.
.r wxk. Autoaywhtrt. Also- "D" had League Secretary) Venice Garage Wjo, and five daughters, Mrs.R. .
a average of 8223 "C" Shanley. Pines Hotel .. .. .133
fi.hn Buy ? I C. Collins of Wellston, O; Mrs
it Venice had an average of 8205 while Dick. Charm Beauty. ... ...... .132 A "diametric wheel balancer" '
8501 Company A had a total averageof KuYkendall Trailer Park! .. ....131 first to be Installed in the Venice Raymond Isaman of CKllowaj.O ,
80.73. Barclay Charm Beauty .........128 I .; Mrs. Ralph Dixon of Cleveland -
Harmer. Charm Beauty..... .124 area, this week was set up by Dick 0.; Mis. Robert Branscomb

R RENT Sunday morning a number of Koogler Nestlewood ........... .. .123 Rich as the latest Improvement of Clatkbbuig, W. Va., and Mrs.George .
Month cadets enjoyed a service at the Davidson J and J .. ... ... .. .122 at his Venice Oarage and Serv-
L. Warfel Jr., of Washington
tth St. Mark's Episcopal Church In Graves Nestlewood ......... ... ....122 ice Station, at the southeast cor- -
private bath, Venice. The Cadet choir furnished Adorjan, Nestlewood ....... ........122 ner of the Tamiaml Trail and D. C.
special Potaby Smltty's .... ....... ....121 The body has been sent to
music and several cadets |Curwood, Smltty's .......... ..... .121 Venice avenue Ohio and the widow and Mr and
took part In the service. Joyner J and J .... ..... .. ........121 Motorists have discovered they Mrs. Smyth Biohaid left Venice
for furnl- Speaker for the morning was the Richardson Palm Drill ... .... .118 can eliminate 'shimmying"due to
age In Ven- Reverend Jelks. Hilton, Trailer Park ... .. .... ....117 out-of-balance wheels quickly for the north by train last Wed-
3452ddentlal. --0- Dawes, Smittys ... .. ....._.. ... lie nesday night to attend the funeral -
[Adrian. Palm Drill ..........?. ....114 and easily through use of this to be held tomorrow
R SALE In Special Order Number 23. Earl Earls ............ ... ....... ....114 equipment" Rich said. "It takes
seven cadets were promoted to Smith, Earl's ...... .... .. ............113 only about an hour to balance all
lots non-commissioned ranks. Plttlt Farrar J and J .........?.. ....... .112 four wheels and give the motorIst Help put Florida crippled chil-
(Ion, Venice and Miguel Baker, Nestlewood ...................112 smoother dren back on their feet. Buy
tie. P. O. Box were made platoon Hanchey Smltty's ... ... .. .. .111 operation and more Easter Seals.
s sergeants Myer B., a staff ser- A. Burls Palm Drill .......... ..110 comfortable Uiivlng."

geant McOulre and Stellings Brohard Smltty's ......... ...........108
side Pedro line sergeants. Aldrldge and Ster- Pratt Earls ......... ............ .....108 For Sale
Nassau street, man were given the rank of corporal Nelson Pines Hotel..... .....?...107 NEW HIGH SCORE
53 ft. by Stockman, Charm Beauty ........107 Pacing the Nestlewood Gift Sell
Owner Will
Vrlte Box O, Leighton Trailer Park .. .........107 Shop team
to 3
to 0
t Cook, Pines Hotel.. ..?.... ..._. 106 a victory A Few Choice
COMMUNITY Bates, Earls ...............\...... .... .. .105 over the Palm Gilll squad at ej
CCO HOUSE, SERVICE M. Burls Palm Drill .....,.... ....104 the Boulakaiic last Monday Lots In VeniceRESIDENTIAL Q
creen porch CLUB TO MEET Pappas Pines Hotel ..... .104 night Arlta Graves rolled a
Hokomls. One |Jones Charm Beauty. . .104 189 OR
game, highest madeto
blocks fromBuiltin NEXT THURSDAY O Haynes, J and J ... .101 score BUSINESSL.
gapossesslon- Dee Trailer Park ... ..... .. 96 date in he Venice Women'sBowling
Mrs. H. L. Mundy will be In Lumley, Palm Drill ...... .. 90 League. Helen Dick' A. JACOBS

30 pm.p charge of the program when the Raeburn Pines Hotel .. 89 188 game was the former high 307V.. Venice: A vt'.

Community Service Club holds Its E. Haynes, J and J .... .. 83 for the league II I Phone 3291 or 3263

esYWAY next meeting, at 8 pm. next I

Thursday March 27, In the new Venice Bowlakade

clubroom of the Venice-Nokomis

Women's Club, 302 West Venice Men's LeagueW

avenue. ,
L Fins I
Pre-Natal Clinic Now Smltty's .. 13 2 11.081 j
Section J and J,. ... .. 11 4 10.395
Open On Fridays Venice Laundry... 8 7 11658
Venice Food .. .... 8 7 11.173
LOTS Mrs. H. S. Bow den, presidentof Adrian's ....... ........ 7 8 10.757
the R and R ...... .... 69 10630Eails
and 222 Community Service
r Club ... .. ... ..... .... 4 11 10591
announced this week that effective Higel's ...... .......... 3 12 10,516
Each Immediately, the pre-natal Wrrk's Results
clinic on East Venice Avenue will Tuesday, March 18 Smltty's defeated -

be open from 9:30: a.m. to 12 noon Venice Laundry 3.0, J andJ PLASTIC AGE
on Fridays. defeated Higels 3-0. Thursday,
March 20, R and R Sporting
pimersPRIDA The clinic, sponsored by the lo- Goods defeated Venice Food, 2-1; BOAT & EQUIPMENT CO.

|R cal club, has heretofore been Adrian's defeated Earl's, 2-1. ON THE TRAIL NOKOMIS PHONE 2713'

open on Tuesday mornings. AVERAGES
(Compiled by Marjorie Adorjan,
League Secretary)

Jossart Venice Laundry ....._...173
G. Cwwood Smltty's M.......?. .172
Jones, Venice Food ........ .. .161 BUILD NOW !
Leger, Adrian's .............?... ....160
Duke Higels ......... ..... ........ .158
Dietrich, R and R .... .157
Kuykendall V. Laundry 156
Oakley Venice Laundry.. .155

J. Curwood. Smittys .. ........... .155
Nave Earl's ......... ...... ... .. .152
Williams Venice Food .. .151

E. Keys Venice Food .... .........150
TER EGGS-STRA Luckey, J and J ... ...... ........... .150 A
Adrian Adrian's ..... .. .... .. ... .147
U 1 READ ALL ABOUT IT! FLASH I Broliard. Smltty's ........M......... .147
Pappas Smitty's ....... ............. .147 t
Easter Items Adorjan, J and J ............ ........146
(utiful assortment of Welts Venice Food .......?. .........145 4
i display and waiting your approval e. Shanley. J and J ...M......... ......144
>WLES JEWELERS. Don't fail to Burkett, Adrians .......... ... .. .143
..outstanding array of gifts to please J. Keys Earls ............... .. ....... .143
I sweetheart, Koogler R and R ........?...........143
e wife mother Hilton. R and R ...................... .143
- versa and in a price range to Fenton, Earl's .......................141
purse. Richardson R and R .....?........141I.
"ry V. Blorseth, V. Laundry ....140 We Carry A Complete Line

Raeburn, Emitty's ............ ......140 Of LUMBER And BUILDING MATERIALS .
Bouchard Higels ......................140 t
)WLES JEWELERS Archer, Venice Food ...... .......140 \ .
Devins, J. and J .......................139 PITTSBURGH PAINTS HARDWARE CONCRETE BLOCKS 'J
>'i Joy In Jewels From Knowles J. C. Blorseth. V. Laundry ....138

. r Boone Higel's ........................ 138 (
Rice Arcade Lewellyn. Adrian's .._...... '....137
I Earl, Earl's ..... .. .. .... .. ......136 ENGLEWOODLumber :
Mack R and R ....................136
Nelson, Higel's ._..._....__..131
Hodgin Hlgel's ,..... ...... ........134 and Supply, Inc. : ::
Surls, Adrian's ...........................129 \ .
Wolf, R and R ........._......??...125 State Highway Englewood Phone 2431
Shockley Earl's ................_...._.120
Joyner J and J ..................113 i


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i 1t'.t.P:

S"D1C'E (,1)OUER ..

Pare Eight; Duvall Leave for Vie
} Ray i
AIR BASE 'l Bishop Louttit to Last ot I North; To Be Married i Ads C ;a Daly 1F

i Visit St. Mark's Sunday to Be been
ones | Raymond Duvall who has
Corti-ued from page
I The Rt. ReHenry ILu!:u Wednesday Daily Times distributor I II
Given Tampa "HI\G
a-port prc? r. save for a small of I T.e .
and I'of O-!ando, suff agan bishop I for this district left Venice last I B1otBkU
strip: e' !lard adjoining par- South
r" f-e Oi.f which will be :::e Episcopal Diocese of Last of the Lenten musicales (Tuesday for Broad Brook BE tfHACi
alelrg:! : '
e Horda will visit St. mark'sEpiscopal tr SMart. I for a visit with relatives conn.\\ GOLF
reser';ed b--' the federal ctnernr being BtGt
1 Church here this EX1day. ir \l'lll held al H .
I to Laconla N. TEN\lS
.' !cr pi!'b'e! 'use as a HPr:- Epl I going RI
at' pm. to administer the Wecln-adar. March be married May 1 to Miss B ILLS
'!.ur for the proposed Itand: 4 pm next :will
Sacrament of HolY Cerf:rma'lonFoo The public t 15 :
W.;' a'; M a: the church Helen leighton of that city

I ; :! "' RI the serice members nnted. I Ms Leighton was a visitor I 1
l(1'I. of the ccngr ,a':en will greet T>', choir will ;ng The Seven here during the past winter. Duvall >PORTIocOprasite
MIRRORS :in n the rtc'on aid Dr. Leon Last Words of Christ "\ D said they plan to reside In
.. \\'. S Str 'ker. rector of 8t.Sat taken V,,
We Car A with the olo part being Laccna, although Intending to i,
::: Lm e c ftf'.fk k < by M s A .ne C Saunders MiM com*, back to Venice next winter 1 Bay
: :cJ.jan: and KMI Cadet

:d...ors A:: C. OF C. C. Jfx.r.k'. and George
Announcing WE
t S.zesI Haa: ARE

Continued from pare one
J. Sadn \' ..
-: r.;
b-.l.p. dinner to be hold! at trio.i:1.
Those Fine
I 1' t.:m., and Euci: wood Saturday Nigh
\'. .:. Inlet Docks restasarre..n
T. .: Daa We'ic Contttued from pare one't"nd
he next week or 50 It ".;1nark .
can be hold b\ he qualified BUFFET SrpPR[
} u.I0R.11 ) the; first time that a Meet-' and ifthe
chair: /'I/l :rg o'! he entire C of C memo voters honuner thus Every Saturday, 7 to 8
i bond issue 1 s approxed pra
.... J.'I/ ,! been held fine be.
/ m / citable: work to gt started on the (By Reservation Only pI' nt 334]1'Cardinal's
t : :ore the tan of World War n
runes : job 'hs: IIU.MaUotT's .
-- Hel: !Il.l1!I confer this Sandav reo Villa .Nukoail
1\1, Outdoor .adn the dinrer w.th oeorgeG.bbs appointment become ;
i 1':i. Furniture I owner of Venice Inlet. effective April 1. He conceded. OnVENICE tJ.e Trail Nok uREROOF
his connection with the War Assets
TC! of C directors toted
IiIN I GFURITURE \dmllll tratlon this week
igan-t the proposed ctvcounv
CO tax consolidation plan :en llr (rnHl Graduate
.1 V Fa::,-' .Y r'e. a .. W....*. A I..e; : D--An': .\ Camber: of Commerce ?re. A.-hecture! : of C'lntl' : tni\e \,
Dealer .. 't' former lea York 5ta"
In Furniture
',.: ;c'. : -vrn 'n I:hp p-: : a
and Household Coeds ..,. tad :. 'a;:. :: ';.; 'r,, C," : "; I inspec'or an off,cer .t;
Punta jiriji Phone 20 ..1 War I. Mallory has had ., V, Give nc

'.a:.ed career that 111- include
': *:-'I'lon of man mjtim: ::- to )our
:.:". dollar: project.cosh cl\lIar.: :
How About That ard nro' top -gr

Pcr:;<: to coming to \'.nice Arm;. InquireROOF
:. A.: lase daring: Word War II to
;'" a< .ilian assistant to tlo
post en ir-r, he had ened a.e" PLb'TIC 1\-D('

. .. .
% largo Florida
f .. :yo-4 t i Ir. a q "r.d a r v a a. t o.ptrscr. ; '.\: bases
,It,. ..>... tasty: y .. .. ; ':. : ..,..: : 11..1.1''''. I.oft that he be arpoint: LUMBER CO,
roy 'Up"Tthe; 1 m .p'.:
{ I .r." "spy; .t'm-c' *,':._ II! East Venice .*ve. Near Seaboard r,'pit
I } EASTER I BASKET .. ,I:. '.r-
3 II
: if'Hi" : 1 FIlled' With A
-:1:t \ Variety cf Delicious

IfJ-,, CANDYPrr ; Official Notice !

J ,I All Prices


t 1 I Easter Corsages :Made to Order 1

f : A'l'! Citizens, Occupational License Holders, and Househ

: t i i I Choose lour Easter Card From Our Large Iok of The City of Venice MUST FILE With the City Tax Assessor

Nestlewood Gift Shop OX OR BEFORE APRIL 1, 1917A


.il 219 \\f.Venice \\tn\ie Phone 3113 I Statement Listing

r .
se ALL

; The Pines Hotel Motor Vehicles

::1. Venice, Florida Owned, Controlled or Under Their Management as of

JANUARY 1, 1947


;"/ RATES This Statement Mutt Be Made Under Oath.

f 'to-.- i OX ALL ROOMS Statement Blanks are Now Obtainable at the City Hall.

NOW IX EFFECT Any Person: Refusing to File Such Sworn Statement Sit I


'y a The Public!! Is Invited to t Use Our ATION NUDE BY THE ASSESSOR of Hi Personal Proper I 1

4 Su'pK! Swimming Peel That Year.


VISIT CUR 'Although a $ieo exemption 'I" allowed GR household property, the .:alt'
must W
sworn 10 hAw
and filed even If the does not
'IUnD' personal property
El Rumba Rccm or more than J509 and would not require him to par W tai)


0 sJ Bir Under Direction of, Ila-rjr Dye HELGA ROESS-Sff

City Tax Assess


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