Venice gondolier
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079934/00060
 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: April 4, 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: UF00079934:00060
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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Pastor Venire..Nokomis Methodist Church :
The Christian world Is mindful once again that it Is '

Easter Even if Christians could forget It, which of course,
n Finn Caspersenfirst they can't, they would be reminded from a thousand non- After studying a "census' that showed 169 of the pupil attending -

definite' step Christian sources that the festival In honor of our Lord the Nokomis and Laurel school come from Venice as a-
to solve one of Resurrection Is about to be observed and celebrated. \
galnst only 162 students hailing from Osprey, Nokomls, Laurel
[ing problems, the The way in which an event so Holy and Sacred to the 1
ay night finally de hearts of Christians has been dramatically commercializedis and Englewocd combined, the trustees of School District 8 last

anything but complimentary to any society so Indul- Wednesday night unanimously agreed to recommend Immediate
this community'sVenice :
gent.New construction of a school In Venice.
avenue Ne' bonnets, the regular parade of new new
gowns, Trustee H. S. Bowden, Frank Black. .
: shoes, flowers telegrams, and all the rest are fineprovidIng -
burn and Alvin Jones will meet over
an amended "Or. they reveal outwardly, the cleansed, refreshed, renewed Membership Drive
inner life made the week en I to draw up specific de.
eD be effective im. possible through a faith In the Risen Christ.
and Without the latter, all the former makes of Easter a tailed recommendations to give to Per Teams For
passage "grotesque farce" and a "fashion show," planned prepared, ry Hayes, county school board rcpresen
.Ie V. Higel, the use and promoted by the various agencies whose profits are the tative for tins area, for presentation at Named
onnected with the main consideration. Legion
the meeting of the board in Sarasota
lltill to be built) or Easter Is the Queen of all Festivals, the highest of all Appointment of Legionnairesto
next Tuesday.
| tank, will be illegal est Holy solemnity.days and is Intended to be celebrated with the great The District 8 trustees met Wednesday serve on the three member-

t be, in fact, declar. ship campaign teams of No-Vel
Easter delivers "a new lease on life" Into the hands of night it Venive Nokomis High
under the or.owner mortal beings. Only those who have looked death squarely School with Hayes, Principal Homer Post No. 159 of the Amerclan Legion -

of the Negro In the face can ever know the deep meaning of that phrase. M,keselt, and Venice Councilman Finn I In its current drive to en-

edy the situation, Such a faith has given us our Christian Sunday (which has W. Caspersen and Carrol H. Williams, roll every veteran residing in this
will be been rendered so unchristian In )
attorney au. our generation our Christian
editor of The Gondolier. The latter two vicinity within its ranks, was an-
dings without such Church and our Christian people.
are members of the Venice Business Association naunced last night by Commander -
Whatever we wear either old
I may new or we can wor-
I ship the Risen Christ on Easter The Church of your choice 's school committee. Ralph G. Simpson

tanging from $10 will bid you a hearty welcome, Because the "census" disclosed need Any veteran of World War I
1 for failing to ob
for a grammar ...1.00in\ Venice is or World War II who would life
with each daysa
greater even than that for a high school, to join the ot of veterans and
1 offense
separate was indicated efforts fill be concentrated tact any of the following:

the revised ordi Work Resumed On on an attempt to obtain con TEAM: NO 1
ins! unanimously, af
struction of the lower grade school here J. F. Dimpey CaptainT
J>'!rsen said he was
first S. Eddy, William Higel, Wit
of the
e suggestion
Venice Inlet DocksAfter It was pointed out that 73 small ,
icnt, which he had ham; Jonas, H R. Ide, H. S

t: could be done to I children from Venice are required to Sjoblom A. W, Balck urn, E. W

Iy bad health con. being held up for a few Lanlus built the improvements, travel three miles up the trail to Laurel Cashatt, A. Chenault, J. J. Jos-

> quarters, days because of a shortage of as well as a large addition to the to attend the grammar school there Only sart F. C. Raebuin, A. H. Rich
26 children from Nokomis attend
knowledge," Cas nails work D. L. Smith O. S. Schulz.
the Venice Inlet
on Venice Inlet Docks Restaurant the schxil which
grammar only goes up
councilmen "the
'ow Docks, largest In the 50.mile operated by Buddy Ringo, as part to the fourth grade; 14 from Laurel itself .
1 has wrestled with J, D. Tat, Captain
' the past 12 or 1) sti...-& along the Gulf of Mexico of O.bbs' plans to develop the 7 from Osprey, and 2 from Englewood T E. Dandridge, H. M, Felton

[on page two) between Sarasota and Boca Inlet property into an Internationally according to figures obtained from C, H, Williams, Oscar Anderson,
official school sources by Col. George
Orande, was resumed today. known "Tarpon Center W. A. Blackburn, J. N. Dick,
Martin, also a member of the V. B. A
Frank Lanius, in charge of the The city council last Tuesday Glenn Jenkins, Jay Lumley, L .J.
is Tie school committee.
construction for George GIbbs, night approved Gibbs' applica- Attending the fifth and sixth grade, Pappas, B. A. Sharp, R. V, Bird-

ilf' owner of the Venice Inlet prop- tion for a cocktail lounge at the which are conducted at Venice.Nokomis sell, Jr, H. L. Moo!"('.

erty, said he expects decking of Inlet, and also granted him per "high school", are 21 children from TAEM NO 1

eague I the public docks to be completed mission to Install a neon Venice; 7 from Laurel, 16 from Nokomis 1:. W. Diggers Paul nld n-

i tie, each having win within a week. The docks, origi- sign bearing the words "Tarpon 1 from Englewood, and 8 from stein, H. S. Oreen, J. I. Howard

met, the J and J and nally 92 eet long, have been ex- Center" Just below the present Osprey H. P Kuykendall, J. D Arnal, I

teams in the men'I'' tended 75 feet astward and 200 'City of Venice" arrow sign Commented County School Board M. A. Braswell, RC Curry, J. L.

Mime next week at feet westward, giving them a total pointing to the beach at the Trail Hayes, after the meetingContinued / : Dunn, F R. Nelson, R. F Oat-

akadeloj length of 367 feet and Venice avenue. ( on page two) I man, C. H. Wolf, Baxter Dye.

half games will -- -- I William Jonas of Englewoodwas

1 next Tuesday night named by Commander Clm-
Knutson And Guest
U decided at a meet Congressman pson to serve as delegate for the

|ue team captains at pot at the April 14.18 dpartment

} -oight.a handicap. league Steal Show' At C. of C. DinnerAttracting eion it Miami.

p was the major de a turn-away crowd of 140 cret of his liking for Venice. He and no vision for the future" Army Plane
according to League
that taxed the facilities of the Venice Congressman Woodruff are here for an He predicted it would only be a mat

Adorjan."foul judge"Iand Inlet Docks Restaurant to capacity, last Easter vacation, staying at the El Patio ter of time before Venice will be madea 'Buzzes' VeniceAn

players for Monday nights membership dinner of Hotel. regular port of entry and said that Army plane (TA-002)

\oed by at least fouris any the Venice-Nokomis Chamber of Commerce Called upon by Bowden, Congress. Commissioner of Customs Johnson in "buzzed" Venice main business

proved an outstanding success Knutson introduced his colleague, the meantime has agreed to have a
to be used that man dIstrict eeveial times today, rebeing -
decided Other President H. S. Bowden acted as toast who promptly won bis audience by declaring customs inspector fly down here from made to Floyd Joyner, op-
| upon.
Tampa. occasion arises for his
page'two) master and introduced various prominent : erator of J & J Aircraft, at VenIce .

members of both communities, as He (Knutson) has been trying to services. Air Base.

well as the featured speakers of the convince me in Washington that Venice Hamlin spoke briefly on the coming Joyner said a formal complaint

LOGY evening. Bowden also read a resume of has the finest climate and the finest Tarpon Tournament, slated to get un against the pilot will be lodged

is late in ap- the C. of c.'s activities during the past people in the world. We got in here at der way May 15 and run.until August 1, immediately with Army authorities ...
and appealed for full co operation from
because of of 10 o'clock this morning and before In
year.While Venice and Nokomis in staging the affair Tampa."T"
circumstances-in warm applause greeted the noon I was convinced., ,

tin, of Mrs Cathe- scheduled talks by V. T. Hamlin, "Alley "You know, I met six people here today 'k
Strode whose
Principal subject was
79, of Arcadia, Opp" cartoonist; Principal Carl Strodeof from my home section in Michigan.I'll "Education," began his talk by stating: I I WeatheR I } ;

; our printer, How Sarasota High School; Ed Zero, well certainly be back to Venice, and ''I'm glad to know the Chamber of Xy
known fishing writer and George Mrs Woodruff .
; prevail upon to re- Commerce here is making 'Education' TEMPERATURE RAINFALL N
ie .Pied- Gibbs of Venice Inlet, Con with ," N
native of owner turn me one of its main interests,"' Date High Low Inches 1
lived in Arcadia gressman.H Arnold Knutson and hisguest Later, after telling of efforts he and Previously reported ............ .. 9.25 1 rFri.
He then
months Surviv- Congressman R. O Woodruff of went on to paint a graphic ., Mar. 28 _. .... 75 62 0.00
t Hardin Peterson of this
Congressman ] picture of educational problems in flor. Sat. ,Mar. 29 ...... ... 75 53 0.00 } ,
ta Mr and Mrs Bay City, Mich., stole the -
t Florida district making in
an attempt
quoting liberally from a recent Sun. Mar. 30 ._. 80 61 0.00 r
[ her husband and Congressman Knutson, an International to have Venice designated as an New York Times survey and the cur Mon., Mar 31 ... ... 80 60 0.00 t
ts. H. E. Schutte of Total rainfall for month ........9.25
figure in his role as chairman of official customs "port of entry', Con rent report of the Florida Citizens Committee f
!. E Shelley, SkyS Knutson declared flatly: Tues., Apr. 1 ..... -.. 85 61 0.00
gressman Education
At Keenan the powerful House Ways and Means on recommen- Wed. Apr. 2 ...?....... 81 63 0.45
committee, represents t Minnesota ditrie "Anyone who sells Florida real estate dations will be considered. by this years Thura., Apr. 3 .......... 0.20Iti 1 '

Ih m"Congress, "but he makes no se now is either hard up for cash, or has legislature. Total to date this month ..-.0.65


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i VE.\'ICE OO'-"DOUER Nit,
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Page T .'oCheck I SCHOOLContinued

,1 i Shows Many! COUNCIL VOTES TO GET I: ( from pare one) Midget

RID OF NEGRO 'SLUMS'sContinued 111 confess I came to this meeting

Failed to Take Out onxmieJ that the most important thing s r
,:j ( from page one' 1j' 1---- Yacht mat construction of t new, modern high /

Business LicensesAs found the answer Formation of in Venice
HS. I think '"' have I school plant
result of Councilman FinnCasperseni 1 1 aI11'1' 1 Club Suggested After this discussion and faced with
J As a the council 1 turned Ihum' Venice Yacht! proof of nerd evi.
complaint at last I H never Formation of a ;, the incontrovertible
'I bent at I'j.r r- I discussed! infornulh actual enrollment figures '
Jj" n. Mr the time Club IoniC .Un.ed by these
Tuesday n!ght council meeting another C1.j'tIM'n state H1lh: Otrirt< i hare. noted a step nearer 1:1n': I must agree( that contraction of

that certain people) haven't taken 1 ment mine 10 1 IriV Venice' into 'line urUumrthUwerli"1; sinner of tlll i grammar school in Venice is our most
: Rchardnn:
out occupational license herein a ith the most pn m."e heath lov R and/ R 'l'nrlil': roods Shop. I Immediate need

'.t Venice," Chief of Police Gerry .h'nking, utiei I agreed 10 assist! in or,i>n:',"S 'I 1 intend to do everything I can to 555,5,
The State Health Department ur:i such a club.Ricad fellow\ school board memo "
4 last Wednesday launched nvime my 1
Ptstotnik 1 !
or'nan re last sear
that ..e iiiopt a ut) : In hers and Count School Superintendent !
special check of local business and restaurants r, i the Bradenton4ril q
a cuirmg local stores organize UH S'ce-! \erman ) Kim rouish that we must 3 4 q tf
and establishments stair-apprnted s Ju: ('lob and rnd as
professional handle meat from h'l to school built in Venice
rmnmod.1 u'ltll ht came hate a (grammar q17134mh
'j 1 tuhoue and meat that i' pr pt rI I) rt'l till area s..ral mon'h, aso, lust a. sans as J'OSlible.MTh

0 He reported he found hald a :rtjlelatei<: Ca'per e I&IJ ,, L. r.tl l ysr'ttlne t'nl huI.IOInlfltlft r
.j dozen or *o" cases urrre licenses But he ran into S irruall unan m \"" In r.s-ning: a yacht pennies spend forEa.ter
that one And I he Jr,'rr* here an asked to cortictIleehardsnn
In dub
I ,J had not been 'fki>n out "r".n" Slar.r at oncf MI Hutrum Seals help pay to bring
ordinance after !
I '. Ca had erted. How a meat In'J.'CCI'n or. to the crippled D1Yy ItTO
as pet hen as Heel and his brother C"..n, drlJn can br l'1ad. for an health and happiness

I e\er>, all of those Involved pro' George H net, objected. and acre \i.k tina'ion n''t'tln In th1m and afflicted in your own 1755B
misrd to take rare of the matter midair future. ', Be Generous.
1 td up bs Councilman,: Smith -- --- .- count> and B
.i immediate! Chief: Pestotnik who said, hid I been I brought up Broh.r\\ -

wfd He will 1 make a recheck! next meat and amt shunt to <.,'n.e,Ji tla 1 BOWLINGContnu"d It's worth trying a Gondolier 303 1V. Yeyn1'eaih

week, anything, 11 sting with 'u. h meat from page one clarified ad costs only two

i Ca per> n a:K> lost out at vast tens : L entr'ed, I v cants per word
fj. n rem i t" (
poranly in hit IUMICII, ,,'n thai, ..O: hi 1 1I
AM LTERANa! 1 1I J1r -
I I banned. "a. a public nu,,,,n.t. from .. .n, the : ner team raeiiH
'less : 'i. a ,1'1! N- ustu
Too Can Re In On Venice BcaihJu ,
The fun a< many people like 1 J:i i adent. .' sense i :avers. Fat tht m,.', l'ij ., SUMMER RATES NOW IN EF;
,. with, Mt ,\J,)tin b.rt the t -- --- --
JOIN TOUR LOCAL commented Ma)>>r His!. j i (1.00 1.1',
I r' halt t-l.in., Tucs'as' ", I p.In
American Le'on: Fost Earlier in the session at the LT" "
t ,,., .11 .r". the hlioamr I cacao car
of :'la01 Hut! who 11 a rtra thinwl
NOW! ,
Ca'per i, ve Any Lrtionnil I"t' vent t") the i,n s lass ahch. aoul: ]1 I n.I I 'I I I. .-tm' ?c UuurP EL PATIO BICTEI

I requ,,re that an\ ,')"'lad1 enin. !hose''j II.t,. I 1.,. '. 1uJ < .'*'' \. 'm.tll < t

!!' NoAV Post No. 159 .u'an e and at Ire t .1 i ten ,h"JI" <4nUr ,: I: \\ H. re <. Hue', < Bn?n .I 1,,tit,. \', :_3 \\'. Uucet: VENICE 11 GRIP \ yvLsirraine

\D.lrT.\\T B E CC.\E I ". rut, I? I luhn, :murant 'I' 1I.e: Food $h, p' 1.,'u.. AJ.lIn. J N J!

I ''Phone 3411' I I II \lj. ?r Hael: .11':1.i"i that .' .'' .. Whaler, Mr. anti sir' damn
m<-r "' nt i I' nosed I 111'.Icr (O pIEITF '
I sect the public. against illh 1 -n .h' ;Manager Own>n

ntratots, or those not doing' > :

\ifl\FI: \ SERVICE work ,
"mrnentd Ca'pc-> i after han .,"

Spc. :.!,zing In A'l Types of meat pnpisa was rcutt" :,
1/ Sure,"i r teit the !revile r
!; t AIRCRAFT PARTS, REPAIRS AND i'!K..4, but h' hay, ash Ihu' 1-t. ..

CONVERSIONS V h.t: on tic hea 'h 1 1'V' '. V

H "tl ur.ed tin .n... n" the,'
Charter Service to Any Place in Florda: 'ht "n.u""n' at the ..H .?out .. .

Har.gar Space To Rent !Such (.i>,n') .h..r 'n: the it" i lit

SALES ACt CY FOR GLOBE SWIFT AIRPLANES la. n. to iru'i:a.n Sanitary rt :

Ui, itt< tkreI .
Main r:
n.p VENICE: AIR BASE Phone 3442 I
.1 l I\ re,CM' .! n..mernus "c';; '.

f'I About[ this struann.. Ma,or Hi.t, .'

tf 'ertt\.. MO sits ',nih almost :!Ilt ,
I aw iiwr raw PLASTIC AGE
tire council i in I 1m plaint
: Rnhcrt S Batnard. I Ialer: f I t'.t i BOAT & EQUIPMENT CO

YOU master (lean "n the casino ..ai pri"nat '
the ,,: and :
coin mretng' pt mji \ re I.

LORDSHIP ? torrid ,

f "I I neier knew about this situation un 1

11 ft o'i xk t 'ni :ht. I instructed 1 I". j
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vats J .1 1 Jouart local 1 plumber 41 I
I 'x; p, m. to f" o'er the entire plumh"' .

situation here anti let roe kites what :r

.. 1\\111!! cost 10 fix it I "w mtormt ill '

plumbing! hasn t been touched t, I

hears. .able the un owned the _
In" 0

"....uf Paxn rd sent in to declare r' To Insure HI'I: :
1 uhleax had net told him Ii.I

t'iul'\U and i th't he thought a.t i. GONDOLIER, Sic \Ise

I I hi' part "nh.1I one Iwut show.. ", Us Promptly \\ 11.11 \Y.1>
r | 'nanons sere right. and then u>illj : I
There Is no ECHO to be heard where IS LORDSHIP is to :- rod the ti un,il.
i be found For he is doub 1, I
s related
In hi
t th a Ml I xk one h id ;nd hi? fumit, chink y in ch th-r 1 Thc cnun,,il d'f sn t have to UM p",t The Post Office Department l.KJE5
other, You, 1 Lke IS LORDSHIP can always ,I1> 1S it me rn m titer like thit \s 1 j "Se''
f.nd.nt the 1 depend upon a I HIm Second Class Mail so i Ii..
cmtr of
your ci o
CE at PONDER S. "ri.ttcr \1 fact if I anyone till pay me
n, th," i 'I stint I l\r on i in thi leiwn I Know Yourew: Address at 1 Leal: : One I

the C "'n''. I Iii turn It user to them
." I AlvaJot! l lime, If Possible.

Coin, Inn Ci'rel:en lixnel. I It ThanK You,
ae it "e i? \J.I Mr B.i'nJrJ-Jr'l,
-lit MC .i.,t-htreatter. "":I get results. an:! VENICE GONDOLIER

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!I Mr, and Mrs Wilfred Butler of
Holland. Mich., were guests recently increasing millions

of Brigadier General and a4k With.Passenger
meeting and birthday luncheon of the Venice-Nokomis Snap
Mrs. L. Miller at their home
Women's Club will be H.
held at 1 p.m. next Wednesday. April 9. at,
the Nokomis Lodge Dining Room with recently elected new officers at 616 Oranada avenue. Mr. Butler -

Repair slated to assume their posts at that time. I is editor of the Holland Sen-
station ,
end section) Anyone desiring reservations,tinel.
for the luncheon ($1.55) must
call 2963 or 3154 not later than SOLD Through a low-cost <2
For Sale .
tomorrow, Saturday noon, it was cents per word) Gondolier classi- Deigned to !speedily srrrewsimple -
O headache and ddiscomforts ;
announced.The fied ad g*
Owner Will SellA of near&Jcia.n .
new officers of. the club
Few Choice are: President, Mrs. Ardrla M. RADIOS Measured doses h pa.da
g form for quick aaaimDaUo&
Lots In VeniceRESIDENTIAL Le Pelley; first vice-president, REPAIRED
Miss Emma Kirk; second vice- n Proof of mertt Same tr .
OR president Mrs. L H. Miller; third 24-IIOl'R SERMCEVenice U mule over one-third exn6V.Standard

BUSINESSL. vice-president, Mrs. C. S. Alden; n. U S P. bngredleaft
A. JACOBS corresponding secretary Mrs. C. ri.s Laboratory tested CIIJIItrWIIIILR

307 W. Venice Ave. C. Lowe; recording secretary, 1.D price range of ...,...
Phone 3291 or 3263 Mrs. D. H. Devins: treasurer, U 100 and 2Ic sizes

Mrs. Helen B. Duncan; auditor, Caution: Else only II c2redIII.
Mrs. J. T. Blalock.
Radio Service Huy-'ray-
The officers who served duringthe
Phone 2672 :
"Call George"IS past year are: President, 251 \V. Venice Ave. Venice A d
Mrs. Louise M. Burtis; first vice- \

president Mrs Sanya Terry; sec
belent ond vice-president, Miss Marian '

Smith; secretary-treasurer, Mrs. Hops \ i

Eugene Maler; auditor, Mrs. J. T $1.50See

Blalock. I
way to probes Beautiful Venice and Nearby Gulf Coast From the Air
pleasant Gladys Underwood Government-Approved School
give I Continuous Enrolment!

'tit vacuum cleanse and Weds Ben DrawdyIn J & J l\IHC!U'T'e INC.

I of woolen
a ceremony performed last AUTHORIZED ERCOUPE DEALERSF.
Site _75c YOUR CAR Friday March 28, in Bradenton, O Joyntr P. O Box 291 E. T. Denltai
ON THE JOB? with Judge S. J. Murphy officialng. -

< Miss Gladys Marie Under-
Don't let your car down. wood. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. -

let us give you completeauto Ansel E. Underwood of Nokomis,
III your hemp service at prices you'llwelcome became the bride cf Ben W. Bathtubs, Sinks, Water Closets,

the easysclentme -. with pleasure! Drawdy, Jr., of Venice. Lavatories '

wey.NinOUTO. Come in!
The newlyweds are making
U.. their home In Nokomis. NOW AVAILABLEWe
W. Specialize in Repairing
The bride, who will graduate Give Estimates and Contract Any Size Job
Chrysler Products from Ve n 1 c e.No k omls High
te help fentrel
MILDIW.IUlfwoROTT1N School In May wore for her wedding JOSSART-KINCAID

NOKOMIS I dress a gray pin-stripe, with
accessories. Her corsage was
S9o GARAGE of white gardenias. 323 W. Venice A.... Phone 2& S

; Sizex$2.49 George T. Devlin, Prop. Drawdy, who also attended "Dependable Plumbing That Will Stand Inspection"mmmmmmaammtmsBammmmBmmammn

On the Trail Phone 2581 Venlce-Nokomis High School, .,-" "" ':A"S20yCR5MMm --*.
call Store served in the Army for two years
mt rn .m
u. lymcrrrt
during World War II, Including
ade Phone 3181 one year of service in Japan.
The bride's mother; her brother A Privilege to Live In FloridaA

Belton Underwood and Mrs. Distinction to Live in Venice
Edward Cahatt attended the

Electrical Contracting wedd ng H. N. WIMMERS

of ail Types
Wiring Realtor

GENERAL ELECTRIC DEALER of the auxiliary of Where the Tamiami Trail Meet the Open Gulf

No-Vel Post No. 159 of the American

Refrigeration Service Legion met last Tuesday L.Iil lTI'U7iUTillr.uL1:tITLlTI1iZ1.l1 I

Venice Avenue Phone 3211 night at the Legion's Venice Air I
, Base clubhouse, with President

Anne Surls presiding IS THERE SUCH THING AS
Plans for the coming summe.

activities of the auxiliary! were

discussed. Det..!!. will be announced 1
Pines Hotel later, reported Publicity
le Chairman Lois Sjoblom. !

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I f( Venice, Florida WOMANHOOD ?


t For "No"-claim medical authorities,who ought to
Telephone, Fan and Steam Heat know! Nature has 10 constructed and physically
; { endowed woman that In many cases she s
FUN apt to suffer certain distressing symptoms I
I during her life. For instance, when she enters
womanhood-or during the menopause, the ..
.CIAL REDUCED SUMMER RATES And period when fertility ebbs away.
Now If on 'certain days' of the month-fe- .
( NOW IN EFFECT HEALTH male functional monthly disturbances are I
i causing Xoreety suffer from pain, nervous distress .r.
so tired, cranky, you snap atyour
children and husband then do try
E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound to reeve
$15.00 Per Week Single such symptoms. It's famous far this purpose. .

Made ESPECIALLY For Girls and WomenPlnkham'i
525.00 Per Week Double
Compound Bow MOM than relieve
such monthly pain. It ALSO relieves accom- ,)
Kinylng nervous tension,irritability and weak, 1'00
feelings when due to this cause. t.'
COCKTAIL LOUNGE Taken regularly thruout the month-this
VENICE great medicine helps build up resistance ;
against such distress. A thing any sensible
UTSIDE PATIO AND SUN DECK woman should want to del \
BOWLAKADEAnd Lydia Plnkham'i Compound Is also very
'SULPHUR SWIMMING POOL effective to relieve hot flashes and those funny, -
embarrassing the years 38 to
Grill 62-when due t titheduring 'middle-age'
period peculiar t
One VENICE 3101 For Reservation. Plnkham'i Compound Is worth ""Jlg'rt.LL .
us West Veniceve.
Phone 2661 1 .u_' VIGETABI.lt
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Wild Fires Stunt Tree LRUKCBEVENICENOKO1111

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\\i.th my 1 :> jour 1'11:1to: .r :: p.m
published every Friday Ed tonal and business office, 313 Nest
\.nc: Avenue Venice Florida P O Bon 632. Phone V.nico1: :' I FIRST Natal t'j' T c ,1
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Entered al ...ond.cl... matter June 6. 1946 at the poll olllc ar 0..
.. at t Vcn,.. Florida under. the Act of March 3. IS'3 1\\.4; .
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.. qt Subscription rates. Ont year, $2.59( six morthi, $1.50: thmeat : prayer
,tl J 'ti, 73c Classified advertising rates 2 tents par "oi J, firstt: OSPRE

words; 1 cent pr word, _far each additional hard, Row Kra, r
j 1nMo.nng' a."
'.: CARROLL H. WILL JAMS /Ed.tor and Publisher .
HELEN WILLIAMS Office !Manager. Evonh .
'. pro" mST.

Mild fires In Florida t ui millions of dollars annually! The M RK
lo tecnnii of lonclnf pint trees tho n above sere the same ,, ,RM '

; [ .lIULU6AN..hY11.1.1( % sire eight, ears io, The smaller. section .as burned annually and Riviera L 31 tVr
the tree frt only I seven feet in height The larger section was .It:.1)..1\1 '.St
protected from fires and crew 21 feet Income from burned '" ".

ttc.6.:' lands ii 3" cents per acre a jear while from protected lands over cut H of t2
One of the most perplexing problems -ar'ron: any: )
I t.tMpt.j' pubisltr: : espcciiIy suite adoption I I" .: yea! of mrtilnpcrt '>: $2 r" acre per .'fir Is received on the average n.. see
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I post office department teg :latloni gov mirR: strand r,1"I: .mII
am I'
nal ma't.r. j is how to abide bj those rul-* and .tin! no! olC"Id. !.., i I I ular Minlird mailing rates on \ltorney General 1,10 1 m

I 1 1oII1""r.1r1': whtu their <;:b,crp: :.ons rxpieIn I their (1.1IW.1'0.. the'*' would : Thursda6ervic.,
Rules Bars Can .
; past vtar. mary we'rflvpapm //I''f i I tliiir \t'al I Adset' Mngrlilit Friday.

i have been! extremely kn- the second class mAil shatter\ Give Free Shows VENICE ATM ID t r J

lent about/ / continuing to send the Uu One maj,'r thance HAS I I Cull Theatr leriuA
,o 'Oil 1 und:>:anJ we ho>. 'I'aJahut'1': Free moving pie ,.c
I co
paper af tr the subscription: ran that, beginning last October.
why The Gondolier: ti,'," to ItVt Rev. i
I tir.low in a bar
| or
cut Tl-ere were two major rea \!ifklpaperj must, b I lung : 9 a.m. )1.
fine: II Far of oU..nl.r.a the had bern required of the djilIf. I 'over backward in ob Mr P'h' of business do not require
'. office regulations !inc.:.c.rj I. ,
cut off subscriber, and2!' a ., publish sworn circulation 'I the bar owner to obtain an enteramment -
prohibition: against gush:: 'hire RoomsCOP
dft., .
re to taa main a< high a e ttulMion ktatenrnt5 'I
as reporting lotter r ,aas: license In addition this 0
: Rates :
figure a< po'. tblc. in or Incidental! not only! must the "". 'KET.
dtor to ju..tify their ad 'ertlMrJ: Now'. omen fhculd .. PI1:1I1'r : liquor and beverage license. Swimming
publisher! inform the offict
post I (For Guests 0 "
rates, especially in appealing for I ::axe sending the pipe' \\ien a Till ruling by Attorney General i .. UIM
department h:>\\ many paid subscriptions sit S. Harbor Drlrkont
national advertisingCtntequrrtly/ he hat 'and that ubtcriptlon expires >.nd "exl 'J. Tom Watson was given to 3:

the "paId circu means actually cash.j\.hand l>.lra :ion" notice. ou: \ oup": vfe Comptroller C. M, Day
)lalnn claimed \\ 'k< ahead of time and then if The attorney general said the
'I, by fir too great paid > but he also! man! tell I
t a number of papas was in real how man of hw subscribers have the subscription ha not been renewed law only! required such a license y

Ity. pzddcd It not only was un. had their subscriptions paid toe I Mop the paper prtmptlv .f tie shows were operated for We

far to the ad\er>lser. but it violated them b>" other persona at the expiration date1 Continuto profit In the cue outlined by C.

the spa;: of the second P ccn',> in Kanta the po t I send It for two vuekc' \ le: rrptrolkr the bar had a

ciao rra 1 matt".r la: "" which watuax < office department began "cracking month' Indefiniteiv nmi. free to anone whether he Q itJS

t-d bj/: Congress to help le, down or some publishers Well. with one rye on thost I b"as it their drinks or not. The a. I > s

I [JtJJ atc weekly ppptrs It wa who thought they cculd ignore I portal regulations: and the othtron 'a'* allow such free shows to be tS_

net ini+nt.l to ad publM, of the new law Most serious per- I the cash regi tt:. Tie Oodoller >' "'P"dTt'd i w:il;out license, the at- Deliveries 'r t. 1

,:' advertising I'lrrulars. or th nlj' aty: faced b>' such a violator of decided it woud: be bet to ten,'y general said. Nokomis
disguised "ntwl''papas. course, is mend two notice th
lots of his second c atraltng n step the
Pour t: t Ate
'It ll nre with the support of : p'iillegesNwdle 1 I.aper. But in at I least two cases Devlins Give Farewell

\it..U all ciriillation! ] honftf the subscriber: were offend'd OccasionalChairs
I I to sa> TIIVT real I Patty for Friends
pullUhfM Congress list I b' hurt, Few 'mall-to"t pub. I IIher" deeply '0I hen they I ddn; e I'

year ordered a tightening! up of I! could afford to ra' r..i. the next i issue( : of the! paper Mr and Mr George T, Devlin

; Because others: may :rave It;j jhe end family pave a "farewell din- Bedroom Suites
same react: ::on or m:flu don 'o :;; 11"1 at their Nokomis home re-

>: M BOY the future. we hive d-cided tt rind:) In 1 honor of Mr and Mrs. Outdoor
to a ccmpionu polcv \\'alter Apptrson and Mrs. Cathrlne Fumlturt'VENICE
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Do My Feet Feel Good And I
\j 0:1 Soes:
Look Henceforth, dale Jlan.on, who have been
V Like New \ep Work Was Done By if expiration KING
Experts In Shoe notice s 1 t i"'i!, at Pine Camp Cabins
Corre-t:rjnd; R palr-: not onlwill be during
Ing At sent out ahead of time, but the the winter Mrs Hanson. FURNITURE C

paper will be II hose son i is a SEMI "
sent for too student and We Featr1 Your-
j I R and R | week. after the subscription the Apersons: I left for the north With A Little Dor|

I has expired over the Ian l't'k-end Frank Dealers In Furattar
r -STAN and: HELEN RICHPDSON I Curry of aiso and llouvliuld G40
t I i hope our: subscribers will was a
i II SHOE REPAIR agree< that tl at'< t><- ben olu- sue"' at the dinner, Punts Gorda

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Ho">Bond Apt Hotel' ,
: Bldi Phone 20JI6 219 U, Miami, A\e

: UPHOLSTERING Cleaning-Madt to.Order
r Slip Covert, Drapes, Etc.--Gtniral Sewing L'pKolttermt I
} ELECTRICAL Rrpair*-R.frif.r.t.on_
and Com
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mtrcul-All Home Appliances
i J PAINTING-Brush or Sr.r-In and Outside Buildinr I
tL Furmtur. Tr.il.r.. Can. Etc stRrrISES

I OCR HOME whtthar It \0 r
THIS SIMMER t favorite de serf which

I i ah 1111'e last t n'cln Registered
.1 t I Real Estate Broker!
.,'. I or the bright I little pin y
j YOU t'-o': to I h"r .ur, I!
prises are fun, Dont
I et hei prc ide all of

r VENICENOKOMISBANK i j hem still the Rmpmbershes girl| you. Now Is the Time to Buy Your

[ married with jost as j
treat a yen for Homesite in Venice
charming little frip
I! Paries like EieRm
novelty ear ring
4'1s VENICE. FLORIDA: and bright clips and Attractive Lots for Sale


rr > Prices Reasonable
Member of Federal Deposit Insurance JEWELERS
Corp. '
Post Office Arcade

$5000 Maximum Insurance

For Each Depositor $5000 3 Nokomis Avenue South Phone

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To Va1ut
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[OTHER Capt. Jack MooreTo r I

>f Birmingham Venice Bowlakade Venice Bowlakade

ELLtPd last Instils weekilytechnic Build Home LeagueW Men's LeagueW 1 I i sS

visiting his
Captain Jack Moore, who Is op- J

A, Simpson, at erating a charter fishing service
L Pins L Pins

rata,6 out of Brady's Seafood Docks at Charm Beauty... 21 6 15958 mmyi' .. .... .. ._ 15 6 15,53

I Nokomis. has purchased five Smlttys ............. .. 21 6 15630Nectlewood J & J Aircraft.. _.. ... 15 6 14921

acres at the northeast corner of ... . 16 11 16010 Venice food .. ..... .. 12 9 1VUH
essTonal the Tamiaml Trail and Albee Earls ...................... 17 13 16704 Adrian .. .. .. 12 9 15,165 !:
Pines Hotel 17
> 16609
ID road from H. N. Wlmmej-s, Ven- 13 Venice Laundry ........ 11 10 163S4
Trailer Park ... .. .. B 18 15083
I ice real estate man. The negotiations J and J .... ........... 10 20 16234 Earl' _............. .....-..... 6 15 I 1lIl'

were carried on through Palm Grill ............ 7 23 16137 Tuesday, April 1, Earl's defeated
tory Frank J. Cad well, who Is con- Week's Results Smitty 2.1; ). &: J. Aircraft defeated Need

nected with the Wimmers office Friday, March 28, Smitty's defeated H..Hi ... .._...... .... ... 4 17 14,642

>> ., Pam Grill 3-0; Nestlewood It & R. .... .... ..............9 12 15,137
Captain Moore to start
plans defeated J and J 2-1. Monday, Letlcihcads?
work on a home on his newly acQuired March 31, Palm Otlll defeated Work's Results

property Immediately. Pines Hotel 2-1. Wednesday, April April n. Ajnani defeated Wake
40EPPNER1C1XN" 2, Smitty's defeated Pines Hotel R. & R. Sporting gooJ. 2.1.T1u..t.y.Laun.t.y Envelopes/ <<: ?
2-1, Earl's defeated J and J 3-0.
d--Miami Avt. AVERAGES 3.0; Venice Food defeated Hi. Business Cards?
SEEK STUDENTS TO I IComp1'd gel'; 30.
Phone Ism
( by Marjorie Adorjan,
PLAY IN BANDThe League Secretary) A\BRACES NOW
i ..... 176
V e n 1 Ice. Nokomis High Shanley, Pines Hotel...... ........139 Jossart, V. Laundry You Can Have Your
School Dick, Charm Beauty ..... ........132 G. Curaood, Smitty .. ... 161Storcr PRIMING WORK
lADES, M.D.flttUiw band has openings for Kuykendall Trailer Park ........132 t rli ............ m... . 163

Ave. more students who wish to learnto Davidson J and J .. ........128 User, Adrian .... .m." ........ _. 16) Dune Right In \rn'c

.J2S1' -Horn* 1114j play the clarinet trumpet, Barclay, Charm Beauty ...... .124 Dietrich R. 4V R _....... ... ... .. 160

M to B, Except bass, bells and drums, it was announced Koogler, Nestlewood ..........123 Jones, V. Food ..... ... . 157 VeniceGondolier .
Saturday P. M. this week by Raymond Adorjan, Nestlewood ... ..1 Richardson, Palm Grill ..........122 Kujkendall, V. laundry. 157 :1
Edge, band librarian. He pointedout Harmer, Charm Beauty ... ....122 Duke, 1I1"e's! .. .. ... 156 '.

FIND that such students need not Graves Nestlewood .. ... .... ......121 Burlctt, Adri n's ... 156
313 W Venire
Of All Kinds buy Instruments, as they can Curwood, Smitty's ..... .. .. ..121 Oakley, V. Laundry ... ... ... 155 Ave.
'J learn to play on Instruments recently Joyner, J and J .. ..........120 J. Curwood, Smitty 151Lutkeyj4.J Phone 3131
JONES Potaby, Smitty's .. .. ..... ..... 120 .
........ ... 151
purchased for the band by m.
2981 Pappas Pines ... ... .120
the VEnice-Nokomis PTAKVEST Hilton Trnailer Park .... .. .120 Williams, V. Food ._. 150

Adnan. Palm Grill .. .... .. 113 Hilton, R. & R. .. .. It'/ Gas on StomachRelieved

I c. Smith, Earls . ... ... .. ... .116 Adrian, Adrians .. USE in S minulci or
IN A CITY WITH A FUTURE Earl, Eorls ... .. .. ... .. .. 114 Keys, V. Foul ...... 1a.Pappas doub'e your money back
A. Burls, Palm Grill. ....113 .. .... Rile W.n. ..err....,?. ,. h .,.1,1. "..i, ., I 10M. v ir .. .,.
|-VENICE FLORIDA Smitty It" < h"I" m ihtttnn .
Hanchey. Smitty's ... ....112 ..... .. .. ,
''' rno Ih > I a n Ji liw* kmwn ttfdl
Nave, Carl ........... I IK ,.... ,,. .... .. .. ,
Dawes, Smitty's .... ... ..........112 Tmr"e n,11, 1- I 1 I like Ihwv. in B.IIMn ..
! On Bay And Gulf Investment Properties Baker Nestlewood ......... ........112 wiz, V. rood .. .. l 7BrolurJ. per "? 6". o I. "h r. 0 1401 0"bale brnn on rtum worn"ui shale I
?I. Acreage Farm Rental Williams, Traler! Park .......111. Smitty's ......... 147 t0.o. rK i r.ad4 -

Pratt, Earl's ..... ..... .. .... .... ....ill Devins, J. & J. ..m.. J.l6
{ RICHARD ...... .. .
II. GEDNEV Pa-rar J and J. 111 I. V. Biorscth, V. Laundry H6 '
Bates, Earl's .......... .. ... ..... ....108
'1-:: (Incorporated) Jones. Charm Beauty ... ... .. .106 Archer V food __ N5Adorian ': ITCH'
REAL ESTATE Stockman, Chaim Beauty. ... .10( J. & J. ...... 144 Money lici
Itered Broker
Nelson Pines Hotel .. .. .. .....106 Richardson, R. \: R. .. 141 Tor quick relief from itching caused by tcwma
l U, Phone 3311 .. .. .. I othklc foot.scabies, ,pimples and other lack,fie
Cook, Pines Hotel... ... .. .104 Kooj-ler, R. & R. l <1 cnnrlilmn use medicated,bqunl
ding. Venice, fla. M fcurls. Palm Grill ..... ........103 J. keys, Earl .... .. IM I ODD. l,rTront: doctor fonmlaGrcawleM
", I Ij' Dec. Trailer Park. .. .... .101 and stainless Soothes, comforts and
renton Earls :.. 111 I
calrm 3Sc tnal bottle
.. .... quickly intense itchmq.
O. Hayncs, J and J ..101E. .
lck A
l"OV.t.OI'ntOIK'yl> Kontmifffr kyo>a
t Haynes, J and J.. .. . 87 ). C. Biorseth, V. Lun'iy 1 >2 dru* ul Wday lot O. t>. D. PRUCRimoM

Lumley, Palm Chill .. . 87 Earl, Eirli .... ...... 14.'

5LASSIFIED ADS Racburn Smitty ... .. .. H.)I I

Shanley, J. & J. ......... 110 Bronchial Coughs
JQrst 20 words, le each additional word. Minimum New York City Bouchard, Hi :cli ..--.. 136

I Cash wth Ad. Special rates for more than one Boone He1's .. ... .. 135
the same ad. Ad* will be accepted the trie- Due to ColdsSpend
it over Health Official Maik, R. & R. ..... ... ...... 135
r up to 5 p m Thursday with the understanding
H remit payment promptly.) Ltntllyn, Adrians .. MlHodMn 45 cents today at any drugstore
Praises Venice"I H'.els' .. 13"1 for a bottle of BLCKLET CAN-

Nelson, Hiscli .. 130 ADIOL MIXTlRB-trlplo actln-e promptly to help loosen up thick, sticky
liked Venice very much and Wolf R. & R. .. 125 phlegm soothe Irritated throat mrjnbranet -
ASTi FOR SALE I'll certainly be back next year." Surfs, Adrian's .. 125 I and Paso hard coughing spells

That was the promise made by Jojncr.J. & J. 121 Try It the very next tlmo a cold remit
1941 CUSHMAN motor scooter. In stubborn DnJ oat
a wracking cough-
; John of the Nov
Dr. Orimley,
SILVER ear ring.
$125 Call Venice 2175. for yourself how good and effective n.l ,
itt Friday night. York City Health Commissioner's ON OUR ALLEYS I I > for cough due to colda Get EUCKI.ET -

VACUUM CLEANER. Like new, Department, as he left here last 8 P.l\1. THIS SUNDAY I, 'S CANADIOL MIXTLBE made ia
only slightly used. Complete attachments Monday, after a two weeks' btay Come and Watch Thru the U.S.\. -TODAY- all druKFUU.
fR BAG striped I Phone Venice 3572 Two F'n! Teams In Action I
at the El Patio Hotel.
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It between cOITe-1 REAL ESTATE FOR SALE Dr Grlmley Is a long-Mme
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Granada friend of Frank Green, Venice RELAX
WE HAVE several Venice and
to Box L,
resident, and the latter's brother.
'- I Bay Point waterfront lots for
sale Priced reasonable. Venice Chu:!I..' Green nianaj of tn > At

. Lend Co. Phone 3531. /"ovoitlsine Club of NrYoik;

IK PERSONALS and Cesspool I 70 Acre GroveON \aril!.cc one has of the best 'hjosti'rici smitty's i t t tavern

Modem pumping j
Reasonable tatcstrell THE DAYS70,030 St. Mark's Plans 125 South Tern Wi JYt'l;) Venice

( Avon Pa.k.k .

. Easter ServiceA "Best Drinks in Town./-t Fcpuar! Prices"

"BKBUBS and Delicious: Sar.JwIchesVhrn
festival musical service cele- You Are Hungry
lor this vicinity
"8 NURSERY at bration of Holy Communion, and

5 AcresON ermon, will feature the 11 a.m.
, Easter Sunday observance at StMarks I
IN. Muck, rill dirt.elan. VENICE BY-WAY
Phone Kj bl. Episcopal Church .en Pal-

...---- $1,50aEdgewood ermo place: It was announced by Compare Our Selection-Compare Our Prices
OPT WORK Ulllnai the rector,. Dr. Leonard W. 3. J '
"III H.len .Cur'ood (Joelumbine Stryker.A With Anything on the West Coast of Florida
' 8bol'.1
low celebration of Holy Com-
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dar or week. Anto- Section munion at 8 am and presentation SPECIAL ,, 'I
of "mite boxes' at the 10
i fl bin linyIII
or tft at \.nlc BUILDING LOTS a.m. Sunday School will also

Phone SOl. In Blocks 210, 215. 221 and 222 mark the church's observance of OLD FORRESTERBottled

I Easter
BENT at in Bond Bourbon

$200 Each $6.49 fifth

aKTMENT. Three Symptoms of Distress Arising from

..' Electric refrig- STOMACH ULCERSDUE

Je ,Call 3451. H. N. Wimmers TO EXCESS ACID RON REY $2. 9 fifth

r Par Month Help or It Will Cost You Nothing Puerto Rican Fun
I -4U with private bath, Over two million bottles of the W ILLARD (CASE 932.SO
(t TREATMENT v.been sold for r.ll ffol
1II1. VENICE, FLORIDAWE symptoms of dJ.t....arlilnf from Stonuch
end DiMtfMial Utora due tot_AcM-
PMT e.tO.: upset ..-'
tOO&C furnished HAVE TWO nice Vence OMllNM, MllplimMM..to? SCHENLEY $3.69 fifth
due 10(MMUM.. Sold on 16'trial!
I available June homes for sale. Excellent location. Art for "WUIarra MMU.V whim lull/ .
tit for desirable One-third ca-h. Tfcrms to suit on .ipla/W tUj trMlmem in* s Black Labelr

J, Venice Don- balance. Venice Land Co. Phone #


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a stage Six I LEAVB

.:Venice, Italy, TO MEET TUESDAYA Mr. and Mndaughtc Pot

Wred. : J Attend Boy Asks For continued meeting of the Ven yv

rte city council mil be held at the city rayn> Ind., I'll

Food Contribution hall next Tuesday night f 5frMcChae

Waterway Meeting Lord Mj)0t "eni'rti with discussion of 'what to do" about .
Au;rcsvJ to at the
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FJ! :letter from i 1 )"olj Ntn the city I personal property tax several
lot con. main order of business. C tyl Rte it
student appealing 1 policy the
of the Florida ,,c, Itm
T. M. Uredi 81 of Nokomis a state director will attend the u vJ this\ seek H Moor Clyde N I IIt. Last Tuesday night, the city clerk, return ome,
Congress. nnounnd Ibis week thai he food.Hiiai 'UI cc- "
Waterway Uolhin,. or Siede I
I Thursday. .bunon. ot. : Mrs Hilfa Roeis reported:
sy of the Con.-roB at Mount I
.. oIf1Vtnth annual ChUn
had about twice u many personal II
e i.m ITHalf. HiccirJo Muhelcn olDonoduro e CING 7.tte
Nuiolo declarations m
V! as
'd r >u property tax pre-
saiiJ 3ie would bv clad ". I 1S1t1f 5j
V'rcde Venice, Ittl) IQte
: 1ItA.'I'1I'a1 :(" ? A seas years, alter Mayor Clyde Hijjel t
of Floridaforest /to present any local 1 am A student of \t- yam of asked what percentage of increase she ftE.1II Aftbsa
.Utv that local groups or GOI F
project i father aI BAGS
of the Carnal! Ijitum rar 11"1 had noted
ln vldJils; desire to tow brought old and mull preside also for e TFNX13 RAtSj,
Lana I I year fOR GONDOLIER for
: ( Ir11Ls
before the Conarw, nuthtrioJ too ".tc- "!h arc .)
the time, the inserted an ad
Jr. cf tint city
Walter P Coachman. I
Vrc L's.;/Ducted:: .t..k..oonnlh chairman of Uw or.CQl111aLtD Itl" in the Gondolier notifying everyh It & t
informed He ailed I for i alt panel 0' .. >chodir ai sell as the holderst

a J.I'.I I ,: : n : ::' Vjll: J !\. thISeek Ir ,,: ,...' U": .. .Ii,,' t "ul'al1"n.lt! luvntes, that they 6' RT1S0 G

: >;, :I< .. ,. :a.1 I if I'll: \Nirdt th'\l *U of the tovfllchtoffictrj. Stair H.d!, a vibce she ",( .nct tile personal tax de- 101
nut property te S'ear'Cato
llit Corp <3f Ktwine1 rs
nest land> In lle\, are wil'ti CM '.* hu<'t, Jtloon undu (tire in the I I ,'.
u acccptcd i:an ms )
fit fire p;o:ti ..ucxordlnc ::1 any kind of the War v."ar'.mcl1h1l'1I Polio, dt' ns the nient World atII .

i to the Am.: can Forest Ids inVitation to atltDd '01 1.1 .r>n" .a..v wiles i'".u ''I; '11. -

Products Indu,::h.. 1..c. and address Ute SCSSlon.lir..t i ,nun.il I' J.I\I, tI..I., .- about ;u r. .
Va Attend I Kft $4450 AC DC Battery ((3-Uat> gPECltt
i .
ba' the latest t qd"
In a survey ( on
Lt. Ocn. R A. Wheeler.l W*,<. h- I -----. Portable Radio S31.25
1. 8 Forest 8m u ;atitics for4se
nlon! n C, Chief of EnOiKt" Dinner
: nation th. .ni.e' organ: : Turkey
... Kill be Uv main speaker bt thenm.a1 GIBSON GUITAR
z ttou em.hi :t .11. increased $55
dnn-r Thursday e\e Planned
rJIIIlc support b' in!? given stateIre By
result ning Pee is the first Chief of Engineers 25 -Son EMRS FROM: > t\l( I-* |
control agencies is a
hat attend and Women Bowlers Lending Library Films IM, ,
thai -
: Oreen d
< the Keep 1-1li i: i pro- ,

I .. trtoi, but po.iaflUty c.u the Imporfulon addre.ssrd a session of the Congress \ ,,' 'cr K lI d. A 'h. a

of elf C..' C )lYt -- for I I' Co' v> 'x I. l" \t 1 '
Col. P. A. Fcnnsa Washington .'.,k 'lit t'c G' '''. J
tie state'* tic-t :?'.. 'c lands: un- \ "I J Rej I'hilro Strombeorr.'arlson, :Maj rid vow

: IIlI nil I are pla,.a un .e. some foaurf : D. C.. Dlnrtor of the Civil Wok m"', .1 ui ," n." hi;, 1\' tin \n, .tlti Radio and Remington Rand T' tar dale'

organized piu. -.cis. U.S.A., cm av. cmcttc Division )..!alj It ..mm 1-01\\ In>. race an" 311 W.Radio Venice Repairs Av. Radios Rented kny

Engineer Atlanta. Ga.. Col. that sponvriLith '
Using a 12: mor..hs' statistical
1 Willis K. Tcalc. Distnct Engineer team caputi "ill take ,arc oil I
Kriod. the curry :hu ','ed Florida I
Jacksonville Florida. and Col the reservations let her tquad >II "oikxuled
i second In the nation in they
> '
Mark M. Boalner. Jr.. District at a outwit, held last night' 01R BEl
lumber of forest flies At the I
Engineer Mobile Ala.. are among at the limo Trailer. ti'k I YES !
,Yl acme tIme. the report listed this
1-3 to W (
'. the other high officials who will
ute as one of 18 now promoting
address the Congress. Spare Simian No 11 in ration :
'. rarest protection education W'll.ht
books !aot Tuexla)', April 1. became .
t : i localized Keep Florida Own READY TO WEAR
Tide Tables [ valId for use in purchasing -
''II vi gram '
10 pounds of ItU'
r Cmmmentng: on the stag's f.xst be bood through September 30 CLEARANCEWILL S
i fire probUm! Fote.ter Charlfs (PjiU Ran correction)
the OPA
D.to UwPri. announced Stamp NoM
1. GIllett of the Ar -1cu ?Ol'lrtI
.. Apr 4 12'D4pn> e25pm whirl. had bin good for' 'n. CONTINUE AFTER EAST

!"oducts Indc'! sre,>"1 the Sat. Ail-, 5 12.49 am 6 49 am pound.. >'\piud .it m.dm
J"!*! for ex'en s c i forest i pro 1247pm 1:1,2pm ''1.. and i I. no hl.1 t.tid COME IV! TAKE ADVANTAGE OF Till': orro
4ciicu to the m.- thaijlliloll Sun., A.W 6 1.37 7 10
am am
TO SUE 1-3 TO 1.. OV MAM
,I ores now -! Iv st) fireforwt I 1:03: pm 7'54 pm 1 Ii I-
:J wntrol Man. Apr: 7 2::27 am '128 am i fOR QUCK: RFLIABLE
\ 1'0:1..11I \.
f 1 :23 pm U 34 pm I SERVICE, CALL READYTOLanier' -V t

'While. the :rep Sonia Tucs. Ajw a 3:17: am 7 43 am VenicePlumbing -
f *wn program has l lvearhead b' Jole a 1 ::41 pm 9.18 pm I

; '; for t\p; "at' Wed.. Apr 9 4'18 am 7 50 am Shop

,. I I' I ,. JnIfoctlon educ_..en r '. '11IlIln rim Apt 1C 2 2:04::32 fm pm 10 10.03 57 pm pm I Box 14, Venice Phone 2153 West Venice Ave Pi

ittectiv control of fat's fir-. Fri. Apr. 11 3:09: pm i

.:aumot be atue\ed: :jiti i.1I for.eel I ... -

lands have bun bro. :' i un. president of the organization.

: ct some kind of orgai.srUoii. ;;!!.! pro. while Clarence E. Crandt.ll. Jr.. is ;l -

;, ." Cillctt said. I
s" :rotary. It II

The new board of directors/ Is 1 I
j i-v?'iis [1.[(no composed at Surnsota's
Roberts, Cmndcll, Newest Most Distinctive Supper Clu.
Frank Lanius ,
of Veu : teas Ben Dunn. Mac Ringo. Nathan

titcdlcepre1-:dent of t..n Sar.ct Gould( Ben Seale Sam Sweetine,
I :
t a meeting hddn.7Ll \ >U Charles
D. Smith.
Jr. of Ven.
II. ; TtA: Tuesday nr1t.: Mimi Rohr Ice was admitted into the guides'

t trts, Sr., of B-uasota U ti.. COW lloclatlOl1.

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