Venice gondolier
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079934/00051
 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: January 31, 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: UF00079934:00051
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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e OF C. STARTS; Sparks Circus to Stage Public Dress ARCADIA TO AID

1947 DRIVE FORE Rehearsal in Venice on March 2 VENICE IN FIGHT

W MEMBERS Before Starting 12,000-Mile Tour \ FOR NEW ROADStrong

I With a goal of 125 members, support from Ar-

e: 1947 membership drive of cadia and surrounding terri-

e Venice-Nokomis Chamber tory in Venice's fight to ob-
.f Commerce will get underLay tain construction of a Venice-
next Monday, it was an- 'Arcadia "short cut" highwaywas
ounced yesterday by Presi- pledged at last Tuesday
ant H. S. Bowden. I night's meeting of the Venice

solicitation of new members, Business Association, held at
d renewal memberships, will be the Chamber of Commerce office -
nducted under the personal survision with nearly 40 membersand

of Bowden and J. 7lock 1= i iX guests present.
local banker and C. of C, The pledge came from C. A
lor. Boyd, at present a Seaboard conductor -
"We will endeavor to contact here, but a long-time resi-
ryone," Bowden said, "but i it I dent of Arcadia and a member of
,11 I be quite a job and we would that city's C. of C. VeniceArcadia -

predate it very much if both, road committee.

d and new members will call Fish Fry
person at the office of the As a result, the VBA votedto

amber of Commerce, or mail in ,. sponsor a fish fry, or similar
eir checks. affair, In the near future, to which

Bowden said it is hoped the, alera not only leading officials of Arca-
dia and DeSoto county will be Invited -
I psign can be wound up by:
ebruary 13, on which date the but legislators of this region
ext regular meeting of the board and representatives from Engle-
wood, Nokomis, Laurel, and Sara-
1 directors falls. At that time, ar-
officials as well
gements will be made for theaction sota county
G. L. Kincaid, chairman of the
i of new directors, with at
art five to be chosen by the V.B.A. board of governors, appointed -
a fish fry committee to
embers to serve three year I W
nns. meet with the governors on the

'Commenting on the "125"goalwden 'aa night of February 11 to make
affair. The committee -
said that the C. of C had plans for the
is headed by Frank Raeborn,
o members last year, but he was a
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ifident this total will be boost (

substantially, inasmuch as many .
ew businesses have been launch V ..,

I In Venice and Nokomis since +v Coming Events I
51: membership drive was con- r

utted.New. Friday, January 31
7 af p' i 8pm., basketball game, KMI

Yo-Vel Post To gym, KMI vs Pahokee.

Elect Officers I Saturday February 1
0' 4pm., West Palm Beach vs.KAII .

February 10 basketball game, KI\Ugym.*

Sunday, February 2
I officers of No-Vel Post No 3pm., KMI dress parade.
9>, American Legion, will be
-- -------- Monday, February 3
ected February 10, with installai Shown above are. on the left, scenes from Sparks Circus performances of last year Upper right 7:30: p. m, Training class, Ven-
i on February 24, it was deed is famed clown Elmer Lindquist, better known as "l\Ie Too." Lindquist, incidentally, is a retired army I ice-Nokomis Methodist Church.
by members of the post at with 30 year of service to his credit and Is one of the most-bemedaled men in the nation, with 36 I (Also, same time Tuesday and
air meeting last Monday night decorations.man* Lower right shows Dorothy Brown, noted girl elephant trainer, with "Queen Topsy," oldest I Wednesday evenings.)

> their new clubhouse at Venice performing elephant (80 years old) in America. . 7:30: p. m., School of Missions,
'r Base.A .. Arrangements were completed late yesterday wherebythe First Baptist Church of Venice

nominating committee conIng Sparks Circus, just before it leaves its winter quarters (Same time Tuesday, Wednesday,
of J. D. Tate, Harry Sjob- I Venice Keglers here for its 12,000-mile 1947 tour, will stage a final dress I Thursday, Friday, Saturday.)

III, the Rev. H" Mauriece Felton, I Lose To Sarasota rehearsal in Venice on Sunday.! March 2. 8 p. m., basketball, KMI vs Pal-
es Dempsey, and Carroll Wil- Net proceeds of the twohourshow metto, KMI gym
i, chairman, was appointed by I Although Guy Curwood topped KMI DRESS PARADE are being donated to No-Vel 8 p. m., Englewood Chamber of
mmander T. M. Wrede, jr. both squads with a 227 high game Cadets of Kentucky Military Post No. 159 of the American Legion Commerce meets, Community Hall,

It was reported that County and 553 high series, a five-man Institute, led by their 46-piece through the courtesy of Englewood.
mice Officer Gordon Higel of Venice bowling team last Sunday band, will stage the second James Edgar, head of Sparks Cir- Tuesday, February 4
isota will visit the post In the night dropped another Inter-city dress parade of their current cus and a World War II veteran 2 p. m., St. Mark's Guild sewing
r future to discuss veterans' match to Sarasota on the Venice Florida visit this coming Sun- who saw service as a major under meeting in rectory of St. Mark's

blems with members Bowlakade alleys, 2380 to 2508 day afternoon at 3 p. m. General Mark Clark in the Italian Episcopal Church.

The score by games: Held in the plaza in front of campaign. 8pm., basketball game, KMI
. TWO JEWFISH Venice 747 839 794 the school, the colorful cere- The circus performance will gym, KMI vs St. Leo.
[ Herbie Dean of Laurel last Wed- Sarasota 899 770 837 mony is expected once again to start at 2:30: p. m. and Colonel C. 8pm., city council meets, city

**y afternoon, while fishing off I Undaunted, the Venetians will draw a crowd of several hun- B. Richmond, president of Ken- hall.
south Jetty at Venice Inlet journey to Sarasota this Sunday I dred spectators from points as tucky Military Institute, yesterday 8 p. m., No-Vel Legion auxiliary
.ded two big Jewfish within 10Sates. night to meet the Sarasotans againon distant as Tampa and St. Petersburg afternoon announced K.M.I. would meets, Legion clubhouse, Venice

His first one weighed 230dI the Bowladrome alleys there. co-operate in making the day an Air Base.
i, he reported, while the sec- The match will start at 8 p. m outstanding success by moving the Wednesday, February 5
1 one tipped the scales at 100 Individual scores of the Venice time of the dress parade scheduled I 8pm., Legion auxiliary bingo
d3. BINGO PARTY party, open to public, Legion clubhouse -
for that Sunday, March 2, up
sST Open to the public, a bingo Venice Air Base.Thursday .
B 3 to 2 m.
B .Vel p.
Women's Auxiliary of No February 8
144 Venice on that
WeatheR "5E3J 165 186 i 2 Poet No. 159, Am.rlcan'Leglon, Sunday will have an opportunityto 9 a. m.-12 noon, Red Cross sew-
clubhouse at relief at Venice-
at the Legion witness both the colorful K.M.I. ing for foreign
MEETING TONIGHTDen Venice Air Bate at 8 o'clock Nokomis Methodist Church. All
dress parade and the spectacularcircus
bPERATURR: RAINFALL 1 of Venice and Den 2 of next Wednesday night, February women Invited to aid.
L.w InchesP
reporlegHigh 05 of the Cub Scouts, will 6. Vernon G. Beattie will Friday, February 7
Jl 4 ;t l--J: 00 Englewood, The circus lot will be located on
of No-
IS-Z= et._ .g.g: have their regular pack meetingat act is caller. Mrs W. B. Burls the Tamiami Trail opposite the 4pm., annual meeting
Jase ==J: 01.-: .= Venice-Nokomis Methodist the committee In charge komis Communities at Villa No-
37 .74 57.-1 0.00at the Veniee-Myakka Hotel, use of the
.... ;... a.! __et 11.0.00 64.0.007an. : Church, In the church schoolrooms of arrangements. (Continued OB pace f) komis.Z .

10 date styli moaUs _::r. tonight at 8 o'clock.

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.,n Exemption Claims Charge
', Nokomis CivicGroup New Shoe Shop Local Man

,. t t To Hold K.M.I. ClippingsBy To Open Here Should Be Filed With Theft Of

: Annual Meeting February 15 County Tax Assessor Glover E. 16-Foot Rowboat '
: BILL MILLER Ashby this week reminded tax-
i.f" With the formal opening date payers that they must file their A. V. "Vic" Childers, im
George J. Willock, president of Even with Semester exams go- week Who
r Nokomis Communities, yesterday Ing full blast, the KMI sport sche- tentatively set for February 15, annual claim for homestead exemption was "fired" from his kcal
,jf. announced that the annual meet- dule has not slackened Its speed. equipment for the new R&R Shoe before April 1. They have garbage Collection jOb by the
Repair Shop and Tackle Box at until that date also to file their council, ran into fresh
.;;; Ing of that civic organization will Company matches, as well as Individuals week's troiAlle.
'/-i, be held at the Villa Nokomis next are being played In 303 West Venice avenue was being personal property and intangibletax end, when he was enlist
9i, 7 and Scorpion moved into the store this wek. returns by Chief of Police Gerry
Friday, February at 4 p. m. tennis. The companies Pestolni
JI I Willock said everybody would teams occupy the basketball Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Richardsonof To claim the homestead exemp- turned on a grand larceny charce IbiI

'I. .: be welcome to attend the meet- court most of the time, leaving Englewood, formerly of Bra- tion on homes up to $5,000 in val- Cash bond over to the sheriff,,gills
!..: ing, at which affairs of Interest very little practice time for the denton, are the owners of the bus- uation, a new property owner was fixed at $300.
to property owners of Nokomis varsity, but it doesn seem to bother iness and it will be conducted under must have been the title-holder as Children was taken into ClIo
J and vicinity will be discussed. A them! They racked up their their personal supervision. of January 1. tody upon complaint of FnnkM)
major matter to be taken up will seventh win of the season last They plan to continue living in' Lanius, local painter, who charm
I be the proposed boulevarding of Tuesday. If you like to watch acro- Englewood until they can build on State President of him with illegal possession d I
the Tamiaml Trail through Nokomis i batics and parallel bar performances a lot they already have purchasednear 16-foot rowboat that had ,has
I you may see some good the beach in Venice. W.S.C.S. to Lead stolen from Lanius last August It
examples when KMI is on the A complete shoe repair factorynow Childersclaimed he had taupe
-\ beach! being operated In Bradentonis Classes HereA the boat for $10 from a man whoa
Manager Company "C" took the Scholastic -'' being moved to the local store. training class on "The Stew- I name he did not know.

'I' For Dining Room Pennant last month for having Work will be done by experts, ardship of Life" will be held at the Lanius accidentally disCWr1l
the highest total average in the Richardson said, and not only shoe Venice-Nokomis Methodist Church the boat at a Myakka River resort
t' At Inn
Triangle Their 81.68.1 but other foot specialties one day last week
ii battalion. average was repairing next Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday and said k
"D" followed with 8125 Other such as arch supports, will be recognized it immediately
> Mrs. Della Means, who operates evenings, starting at 730: u i,
l her own summer guest home and averages were: Band & Staff made. I o'clock, with Mrs. Edwin B. White, long-missing rowboat. Checbi
Me> :x.. hunting lodge at Sandy Lake, Pa., 81.05; Company "B"' 80.60, and The R&R shop will carry president of the Florida conferenceof he was informed ownership of ft
IJ\. !'I'1 this week assumed management of "A" 8009. i men's, women'f and children'snew the WSCS., as leader. craft was claimed by Childmm
the local
''' H the Triangle Inn Dining Room, it THE ANVIL, KMI weekly shoes and a complete line of All workers and members of the man's arrest followed
\ .. was announced by Mrs. H. P. Dye, school newspaper, announced Sun- athletic equipment, including fish- church are invited to enroll for this
f to I owner of the Nassau street hostelry day that it would sponsor a Cre- Ing tackle and supplies and guns special course, it was announced by FEE INCREASED
ative Writing Contest. Three prizes and shells. A hat cleaning and the Rev. H Mauriece Felton, pastor Upon motion of Council=
I I it, Mrs. Means was in Venice last will be awarded, in $10, $5, and $3 blocking service also will be offered Visitors also are invited to attend Finn Caspersen, the city wite
winter and said she had returned denominations. works was authorized by the'ciI1
c\ I ).. here "because I liked Venice so During the war, the store at 303 council at its last meeting to h-
,Ii, If:: well. She invited all of her LUNCHEON GUESTSMr West Venice avenue was occupiedby During her stay in Venice, Mrs. crease the charge made for"cut
(. .t' friends and acquaintances of last and Mrs. D H. Devins of Semones the Jeweler. More recently White will be a house guest of offs" from $1 to $2.
Mrs J. T. Blalock, Harbor drive.
Z',,I.t<' season to visit her new dining Venice last week entertained at Virginia Ritchie, fruit ship-
) room. luncheon Mr. and Mrs. Will Ejre per, had the store, moving only a The local W.S.C.S. is planning a reception Dr. Quiz, the famous radio IB
t., Breakfasts will be served daily, of Troy, Ohio, and Mr. and Mrs, month ago to 314 West Venice av'e- in her honor, to be held sonality, will conduct his coast"b
I except Monday, from 8 a. m: to Logan Buzick of Washington CourtHouse nue, in quarters formerly occu immediately following the Mon- coast radio program from In ha
r 11 a. m. and dinners from 5:30: to 8 Ohio.Classified. pied by The Gondolier. day evening session of the class. of the grandstand at the florid

''L'., ,1; p. m. A special Sunday dinner will StateFair, ; the audience will pit
e be served from 12:30: to 2:30: p. m Ads Get Returns Classified Ads Get Returns ticipate.
t 'l Woman's Club To

..- I'. Passenger Hops Meet at Mundy P. 0. BOX 42 NOKOMIS. FLA. PHONE SMI

'. ''r r $1.50 Home WednesdayBy

See Beautiful Venice and Nearby Mn D. H. Devins
I g5 Gulf Coast From the Air \emce-Nokomis Woman'sClub
LEARN TO FLY IN 8 EASY will meet next Wednesday,
1{ LESSONSGovernmentApproved February 5, at 3 Plumbing Waterproofing
., '.1 ,, e) School p. m, at the
i i Continuous Enrollment Venezia Parkway home of Mrs. H. Painting Exterior and Interior
: E !!) .< J & J AIRCRAFT INC. L Mundy. After a short business Carpenter Work Steel Fabrication
t. meeting, a program of songs will
I AUTHORIZED ERCOUPE DEALERS be presented by Mrs. Aline C.'

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:: SOMETHING BRAND NEW! upon presentation of their ticket
I 1 and a small fee for tea. It is regretted -:
tf'' .if It t COME IN AND SEE IT I I that, owning to lack to
'ftl" I 1 14-FT PLASTIC BOAT, WITH BUILT-IN space, guests may not be Imited I

ttftt: J. 11.. TRAILER HITCH AND DETACHABLE Anyone wishing to renew or to For Good CheerB.
1 procure a membership is asked to I
frf\:+ : WHEELS contact Mrs: Eugene Maier, Venice -
t Inboard Motor end Flexible Shift 2963.


.1;, 'f PLASTIC AGE Seventy-five at
305 Welt Venice Avenue
; ,i -' BOAT & St. Mark's Guild
''Ird: "r. ;'t On the Trail NOKOMIS Phone 2763 I Benefit Party
ttt tt :

1. Approximately 75 persons attended 1
the St. Mark's Guild bene-
r ANNOUNCING fit party held last Monday eve-
ning at the rectory of St. Marks WE NOW HAVEAVAILABLE

h,el Episcopal Church, The affair was
given for the Guild church assistance -
., BaR
t fund Mrs. H. I* Mundywas FOR
f in charge.

{ Major awards were won by Mrs.
relish dish; Mrs H. De Bardele-
andTACKLE I ben of St. Petersburg, plastic table
cloth, and Mrs. H. Keene, Barring
BOX ton, Ill., hand-painted beach bag.
There were 61 gifts awarded
during the evening, contributed by YOUR NEEDS IN
Hat Cleaned & Blocked Venice business firms and various

i friends of the church Mrs. D. H.
i Expertly Repaired, Devins, in charge of gifts and pub- CONCRETE BLOCKS
Cleaned and Polished
licity, expressed appreciation on
the Guild's behalf to all of the
Rods & Reels Repaired donors.

0 Full Line Fishing Equipment: SERMON SUBJECTS"All

or Nothing" will be
PROMPT, COURTEOUS SERVICE subject of the morning sermon at HIGEL BROS.
the Venice-NokomU Methodist

Open On Or About February 15th Church next yesterday Sunday by, it the was pastor announced CONCRETE PRODUCTS

the Rev. H. Mauriece Felton.
303 W. VENICE AVE. "The Fine Art of Using," a study
VENICE in Christian Stewardship written

(Opposite Venice.Nokomll Bank) by Dr. Ralph Sockman, will be the GEORGE HIGEL Ja IJI
basis for the Sunday evening message 138 Seaboard Ave. Manager Phone
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TO BE MARRIED VISITORM. ."..._.a. .....u.. i

application fora marriage O. Wolcott,editor of CIRCUS QUEEN
the Kent Philippi
has been filed by Wallace O., Journal, accompanied by Mrs., Estate the age of 75, it was reported last

of Miami Beach and Sonla Wolcott and their Valued week.
ad son, Danny, at $170,000Ernst
j of Venice, the county Judge1 visited Venice. and Englewood last Philippi widow, Mrs. Jane E.

reports. week. Martin Philippi, textile H Philippi of Morristown, N J.

Wolcott Is a friend of Frank company executive of New York and Nokomis, inherited for life

INTING DECORATING Green of Venice*and a relative of who maintained a winter home in the income of the entire residuary

Dr. Mary Wolcott Green of Englewood Nokomis estate Upon her death, it will go I
left an estate of
to a son and daughter, it was re- I
net, when he died last
'. July 2 at ported.

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Apt-Hotel Bldg. 219 West Miami Ave.
Phone Venice 2086
In 111 1
....t lilt IIIII ........++4..t. A UPHOLSTERING Cleaning-Msde-to-Order
z4'w"yi Uphol.terlngSlip -
Phone 2049 Covers, Drapes, Etc.-General Sewing
Mow LANIUS Sox 13. Venice WILLIAM LAMAR ROSE ELECTRICAL Repairs-Refrigeration-Household and Com
ATTORNEY mercial-All Home Appliances
-1 ANO PAINTING-Brush or Spray-In and Outside Buildings
COUNSELOR.AT.LAW Furnlture-Trall.r., Cars
pica I Boat Ride Phone Punta Gorda 261 or 25* Y ALL KINDS OF CARPENTER WORK
2 Hour Trip Dally
t and 3 P. M. Far $1.00 F
Dr. H. J. Hoeppner
Water Always Calm Hollywood Apt.-Hotel-Miami Avt MASONRY CONTRACTORSSEE
Hr. 30.12., 2.I Phone 2531 i
hing Boats $2.00 US FOR
r Rent
Cement Floors Block Laying

PEARSON'SONTHEMYAKKA James E. Blades, M. D. Plastering Stuccoing
20* St. Augustine Avt
VENICE PHONES: Office 3251-Horn. $134 Foundations Sidewalks
HOURS: 10.12, 2 to 8, Except
PHONE 2174 Thursday and Saturday P. M.
We Can Secure Your Materials

J. J: (Joe) .1


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Mohler Bldg. P. 0. Box 134
323 W. Venice Ave. VENICE .
Phone 2665 ResidentialLots

["Dependable Plumbing That Will Stand Inspection"INVEST

+ 4t 4,+,4i,4,4,++441+t+++4++4++++
Beautiful La Tosca, reigning
INVEST IN A CITY WITH A FUTURE queen of the circus world and hail-

VENICE FLORIDA ed as the v,orld's outstanding per-

former on a bounding rope highin

Homeiltet On Bay And Gulf Investment Properties the air, will be the top attrac-
tion on daily grandstand programsat
Acreage Farms RentalsRICHARD
the Florida State Fair in Tam-

H. GEDNEY pa, February 4 to 15 La Tosca, On Improved Streets
member of the famous Canistrelli

Rayrst.+.d REAL ESTATE .M.'I family of circus performers, by -
popular selection, has presided as
I Box 261 Phone 3311Theatre Americas circus queen for two
For Sale Below
[ Bulldln Venice, Fla. 5 ears,
Cost of Improvements

GRAPEFRUIT and ORANGES City Automotive
Contracts Let

FOR SALEBY I After opening bids from various NOW IS THE TIME

THE BUSHEL OR HALF-BUSHEL local automotive firms at its

last meeting, the city council has TO BUY0
I awarded maintenance work on
:city vehicles to Stancil and Potts

Stone Farm Assn. I Garage for the next year. -

The contract for gasoline and
|!4 Mile Northwest of K. M. I. Drive Out St. Augustine Ave. I oil was split, on an alternate month Building Materials Will

PHONE VENICE 2962 basis, between Dick Rich's Venice
Garage and Service Station and Be Available Shortly

Byron Earls Pure Oil Station. .


SEEN Redecorated Prices Range From

? / I.A I. Rates Reasonable KETTLE
Swimming o"n ; INN $300 to $2200VENICE
(For Guests )
Ml t. Harbor Drive VENICE
Phone J155 o

Gas on StomachRelieved

+ le s in S minutes or LANDCOMPANY
double back
.. ..your.... money ,
Win area Ins m.lout II..m ch ind""I"b"m,doetori IMUillrprm
rllw' the I..tnt-.rune, Irrtlrlnei' knm.,1 fur
Jf Tabl tvn,plunMttc,... No WlIr.,r0,11 w.lbrlnpfort'In-inl I
e IIITr, or double>,ur annoy back on return Hi bMllt
to a..SJ 11>ll dnifHill

Hard Coughing'Spelis .

........p...... l\ Resulting From Colds
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An occ.'lonal "Chinatown" adds to the pleasures 0'II' When your cold brings on nasty
dinner rnak.eVery troublesome cough spend 45 cents at
and can
a Chinese hit. the .jjotl However you drug tore for a bottle of BUCKLEY
me41' at home a culinary/ success by serving the prop.rIn. any 'S CANADIOL )UXTURIC-triple ROBERT S. BAYNARD FRANK D. ROEBUCKPresident
- .s with the food. Come In and check our wide and popular acting-to relieve coughing teaL BUCKLEY '
IIetortment. 'S act promptly to help loosen up SalesmanagerVENICEFLORIDA
thick, sticky phle-'soothe irritated
throat membranea and ease hard cough
JIM PONDER'5PACK ing spells. So try It the very next I timea
cold results In 4 wracking stubborn Phone 3581
cough. Find out for yourself Just howgood
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I It li for'S CANADIOL coughs due to MIXTURBiidita eoldi Get- "In Business To Help Build Venice and Venice

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1 VENICE.0oK 0
Boy POint, Nokomis
11. 1lfaurfece Feltoll' ,
10 a.m Sunday
S."IiOL '
11 a.m. Si'mInR WOI'Ihip ,

.: T Wednesday a0m',,Yount. ivenine rellnwsh Banks!, arft,

1,J+I "I do not agree with a word you say, but I trill g tt prayer end song; wrvVm" **.*..

4 defend with my life your right to say it.-VOLTAIRE I FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Nassau at
: Published/ every Friday. Editorial and business office, 313 Wd I D. CamPh'1\V Miami Avon lit
It't' Venice Avenue, Venice, Florida. P. O. Box 632. Telephone Venice 313. 10 a.m. hills 1"1 Cravf or PaotttIIOa'
.x .
o MEMBER FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION 4 p.m.3114111719 NY.Pt service.
., NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION T 50 p.m. Evening eervtce.
Wednesday, 7 3o
; Entered is second-class matter June 6, 11411, at the post office prayer service.tae p se.
!1 at Venice, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1878.. -

;y Subscription rates One year $2BOJ; six months, $1.50; three OSPREY Rev. J W BAPTIST, Hinton' ,CHURCH
: months 75c. Classified advertising rate: 2 cents per word first 20 to aMorning School.Pans
words; 1 cent per word for each additional word. avrvl ; A, M. a,
:: :: Evening s0rvlce; "'IdA':' '
prayer ,
CARROLL H. WILLIAMS Editor and Publish meeting.
.II. HELEN WILLIAMS ________ Office Manager -

,i" on 'M wrong side of 'M road, this ear's operator eI..4 Riviera It Ono RPeter
EDITORIAL wheel scent 6ad. Can are thoroughly inspected N- Dr. Leonard, $. Strykeh5s
that his steering
'., and seldom break down without --..... 9 co a m, sun-lay .Rrhm6 .
.", The true success of any newspaper must be measured B./"7li"7.r. many ,4 care In use and the National Conservation 11 I.m. Morning len'lel:

... by its service to the public not by its profit or loss figures. Bureau advises period examination Jo overcome this h.ar4. Loot -
Just as most of us adjudge the true worth of a man not by play or shimmy <. either the front wheels or the steering wheel U m CHURCH Venice "Avenue OF COD

It ,- :. his wealth or lineage, but by his own actions and service this teaming of Jangrr. lOa R.m v. C.!Sunday! D. Jtrnlra.School PUla!

: !" fellow menThat's II a.m. Ireaihlnu

: 1' l why, although we're head over heels in work, what RULES OF THE ROADBy T Thursday 10 p m,1'achlnr.1 So p m., Tounr
\ Sprvl. ..
with trying to procure and install our own printing equipment
Friday, M
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week, we actually were glad to be appealed to last week to Information and Publications Director National VENICE CATHOLIC- CHUCK
.' t conduct not one, but three new "campaigns." These requests Conservation Bureau Quit Theatre Venice veil c, Avenue,

\ I .. all came within 24 hours. Rev. (71L. L1. ender, pasts,
t 'Driving too fast for conditions" is a common tag-line on. the a a.m, Maas.ITCHcHEtRt.
1. Still irked by what he claims is a deliberate disregard
of this section of Sarasota county by the more populous north- accident reports filed by police.
"' National and state safety experts have long since come to the
t ern district, one local business man urged The Gondolier to'I
f t beat the drums for annexation to DeSoto county conclusion that it is not the general factor of speed above the limit set

'I i k. 2, A commercial fisherman himself. but thoughtful: by the state that causes accidents, but rather the indiscriminate use Far iclict

,J t : enough -to -realize the importance of sports fishing as a rich of speed regardless of conditions,, quick' km.icalm from ilduncthleta pimptaind" cuss other br

1 source of income for the "tourist state" of Florida, another Certainly a vehicle travelling over alert for the shortcomings of oth- conditions D.PDUCIIIPTION.UM pure.cool,n A.,deeds mdatid' fa,!

reader appealed to The Gondolier to help launch a campaign a dry, straight, flat road with littleor ers These shortcomings often takeon CmnlMi and stain soothe eomisa

j f to halt drag netting of inland waters with mechanical power, no traffic, is less likely to become rather monstrous aspects. quickly olm intene itduni Dotftmta/u 3Sc MpramitocmofKyback /

'S II'a practice he maintains, that is fast destroying the fame of involved in trouble than a dressiest today lot D. D. D.Wuoorn
Out of.State Driver
car going at the same speed over a
.I{;, Florida as a sports fisherman's Paradise
; A of The Gondolier twisting, hilly and congested highway Although Florida roads compare
f 3. large property holder this district urged -
as favorably with those of any stateIn "CALL GEORGE"Do
not only to use its influence to obtain better living

,,4 quarters for colored people here, but to plug for immediate Extra Caution the union, they carry an extraordinarily -

r action toward provision of better entertainment facilities here Thais why State Police warn high percentage of out- You Own A

i for Negroes. "Couldn't at least the local theatre set aside a rivers when weather and traffic of-state motorists and, accordingly,
section for the colored folk build conditions are not favorable to use
or a balcony, or arrange should be well posted on local Chrysler?
extra caution. Usually this mean
't'. special showings? he asked. hazards. Excellent land
1'! Now, regardless of the merits or demerits of these pro- to keep well below the speed limit make the state ideal for agricul- I Dodge?
when roads are wet or visibility
: ', posals, they all involve the "public service" angle. tural and
purposes as a conse-
f poor. They have plenty of material -
The Gondolier is humbly grateful-and a little proud- to draw from to document quence, there is danger of straying DeSoto?
111 that each of these men turned unhesitatingly to this news these warnings. cattle and farm animals. This is an
paper for aid in advancing his "cause." item in which traffic officals and Plymouth?

1j'1 f \ Despite any present or future disagreements, we hope all I With careful use of speed a driver local enforcement officers should

f, sincere men and women of good will instinctively will turn can avoid the twisting, killing co-operate to see that roads are If so, whenever your err
to The Gondolier for similar aid wrecks that occur daily. Faulty clear and that needs attention, bring It k
I as they would turn to any adequate fencing is
"Call Ceorgi,1Venice
us or
judgment usually is the cause ofthe
I i.I' tried and trusted friend. provided. 2581.
accident but it is the speed
"tlj' That would make The Gondolier far more "successful" Driving a car is a full-time job.
that kills and
rt maims.
1 "I ;,:, than any amount of black ink on the ledger. Giving the major part of your attention We Specialize In RepiM",
1-.. '. l :\ __ __ But speed is not the only item of to a conversation within

iD 1 RALPH WILHELM FOR QUICK, RELIABLE highway safety. Other rules of the the car or the scenery along the Chrysler Product
road can kill and maim just as road is bound to slow
reactions -
,1jr j AND REPAIRS quickly. Handling a car after when they need to be at
I &.. il" "No Job Too Large, No Job VENICEPLUMBING drinking, driving on the wrong their sharpest. By the same token, We Pick Up And Car
: Too Small" SHOPBox side and hogging the road going Deliver Your
Venice 2315 ; crossing the street has become a
I Sarasota 70-642
"I l I P. O. Box 1U2. Sarasota I 14, Venice Phone 21&3If through stop signs, disregarding major undertaking, calling for
y :e'v ,; 1 school zones and weaving through complete concentration. America NOKOMISGARAGE
traffic are only a few of the things builds the safest automobiles in

:' 1 J. ARE YOU JUST APUYTHINGWniRE that can bring about accidents. the world, but unless the man be-

But safe driving is not only a hind the wheel adheres to the rulesof

matter of observing all of the rules the road there is no mechanical George T. Devlin, Pro,

jil all of the time yourself.When you safeguard ever manufactured that 1111
On the Trail Phone
<<' ? venture upon the open highways can keep him from endangering

these days, and it is a venture, the lives of motorists and pedes-

: you must constantly be on theO trians.


Nature may endow Ton with
t ',l breatbU c< beauty, a lovely A Privilege te Lives In FloridaA
curvaceous 4Ms may bestow NS W
l guts on you that make you increasing millions Distinction to Live In Vinles
F ft brilliant actress, a leader In Ss Back wit4i
your class at college sought
after at dances, or a chann1Di It ,N. WIMMERS
wife and mother.

Yes, Nature may do all this. Realtor
And yet you may find your lace I
mockingly slapped U you suffer
these distressing symptoms, ..
t r which so many unfortunate VENICE FLORIDA
girls and women do.
i na.1getPlukham's. Where the' Tamlaml Trail Meets the Open Gulf

l Something You Should D lhladacchMeasured to "soft rolieve I ID
Not Joke
( About! Compound
i s x So if female functional BOB )now than relieve such
disturbances are monthly monthly pain. This great medi := to Via=-
causing; you to cine ALSO relieves
suffer from pain, nervous distress nervous tension accompanying WELLS DRILLED
and feel weak, restless, so those tired-out, mean, irritability'pIck-on. ft Proof cI mert" lame type lorrI -
cranky and irritable mU1a,
almost turn Into a 'she-devil that you this everyone' feelings-when due to OYer aoo4htrd CIIItJ 4" 6" 8" 10" 12"
on such ? cause. Taken regularly
days-THIS aoMTHiBO thruout Iabo&vWyMatadi
TOV Boounrt jon ABOUT Start IDODth-PIntham. ., QOWJOIIMLE I We Will Have Late-Mods! Equipment
right away-try Lydia E. PInk. == suchutrp resis
bams Vegetable Compound to I& ":. or ev.7cas, Her Within SO Days
relieve such symptoms. very sensible thing to do. Just sari .. .-
Its famous ece If you, too, don't
for remarkably
this purpose. And dont benefit! All drugstores Oration Vie only w ttrsctod. Call tie for Estimates.JOSSARTKINCAID

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COMPOUND 'ri1iifD1JI" Mtfir
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January 31, 1947 .
Page Five
001 of Missions CIRCUS

[Baptist Church Venice I Tide TablesVENICE
(Continued tram Page 1) Venice Bowlakade INLET

( Start MondayIth Joyner property of being J. &donated by Floyd Women's LeagueNEW Men's League 1 Oat (Punta Ratia Correction High )Low

the public cordially into J. Aircraft, and Fri" Jan. 81 .. ........ T:261..m: :
Louis A. Jacobs, who .... .
School of Mis- recently pur. silt. rib 1 S:2Kp m. 4:ooa,mC .
I attend, a chased 750 feet of Trail frontage STANDINGS FINAL STANDINGS Sun., Fih J. .... 9:3r-1..nl.: :03u.m.
will be held each night at there. ( W LEarle W LAdrln.e IlJn.. Feb. ITuel ..IOSI'I1m.: G8n.1II::;
fnext week at the First Baptist harm Beauty Shop S U Rmitty'e 17 7 .. rib. 4 .. : 3p m
Announcement of the plans for l'ur Oil ..... 0 aA(1 13; v "IU ::: ,: n;''J:::::
rch of Venice, it was annced the final dress rehearsal was made rjnn'.550oine"dSthin w,Yk :that theanew UnUttu'LyH .11 II 1 i Wed.. Feb. C .. 2.41).m e 7 ::IP:m:
I by the pastor, the Rev. D. Jointly yesterday by Marshall aiti.ughuthe n.'h.lule I. "elull'' .tllrto.I I K.l'llIh A. B,. .11 H 10 10 Thur. Feb. I 8 .. .12 2'p.m.are\ m. H lum: ,..

,pbell Crawford. Green, of the Sparks Circus staff the 1111 iota .nntlnu..d In 'ss Venice. Lumber . 0 u FrI.. Feb. 7 .... ... 1:ru.mI .llp40n.e,.
with pupils be- j! n.w l H"'" team .Imlll)' he. Uirli .. ... .. ..... 7 17 .
i study course, and Adjutant B. E. Bowen of No- h rrtfi,. for the defunct "*'''" ... ..... ..... .... .. .. U lip m 8.U811.n.
J divided into age groups, will Vel post, who, with LegionnairesTheo tie..Ice squad ) (Note: Venice Lumber and 11. & n.
(held from 7:30 to 8:15.: At 8:30a : AVERAGES will pins' oft Moeleeting p"ned; game Tuemtay,
Dandridge and Aldine Che- February 11. of team ca;plainsWatehefnalakalbulletin
brief intermission, theionary Dick. Charm Beauty .. .. .. ". .118St I ,'
nault Charm
was named by Commander IInrmer. Ueltuty .II I I boardefor
speaker of the eveningbe Thomas M. Wrede t1ar\lK'kh1an, ,' Charm Beauty .. ..118 ,announciment Marjorie Adorlan
jr. to
work ( League
harmneauty 113 necrttary)
presented. Speakers forK out details of the Trutt: : ..111 Beauty
affair. :2
night are to be as follows: Post Grateful Jones knrl, hnrm rl's ,. .Beauty:..:: ::: :: :, ::...;. ..104 lilt FORFEITS BAIL

Miss Vivian Nowell, Smith. Earl's'- .. .. ....1..1. Salon
onday, "Needless to say," commented 1I1""eth. I'nrl' .......... ".. ... NN
'onary to Nigeria, West Africa, Bowen, "No-Vel post is very grateful Bates. ""rl'. ... ..... .... .... 8 Charles Jones, colored, was arrested -
1938. for the opportunity to by Officer Herb Hanchey
esday, Miss Vena Aguillard, this final dress rehearsal sponsor of the UP NORTH last Sunday night on East Venice Trlxl and Lucll

angry to her own people, the Sparks Circus and we wish to express Miss Laura Mohun and Mrs. W. avenue on an intoxication charge. 223 West Miami Avenue

ch in Louisiana. our appreciation to Mr. Edgar O. Hulme of San Marco drive, He posted, and subsequently for- Phone 2811GODARD'S

(ednesday, Mrs A. R. Gall for volunteering to donaje) the have gone to Cincinnati, O, for feited, $10 bail to obtain his re-
who has worked in Ying entire net proceeds to our post. an indefinite stay

China, since 1918. More than 60 people at presentare

ursday, Miss Margaret Hutch- in the Sparks winter quartersat SUBSTITUTE

associate, Department of Venice Air Base, with about H. F. Prevatt is substituting for

xili of Missions of the South- 150 performers and other workers Chief of Police Gerry Pestotnik,

\ Baptist Home Mission Board.rlday scheduled to be there by Febru- who is on a two weeks' vacation. FLYING SERVICE

Miss Bertha Smith, misry ary 15, according to Walter D. Night Officer Herb Hanchey is

to China since 1917. Nealand, Sparks Circus press representatix acting chief while Pestotnik is FLIGHT INSTRUCTION-SIGHTSEEING TRIPS s

'e. away.its Dual $8 Hour. Solo $5 Hour $1.50

H I Cagers Win Three gaily painted sleeping CHARTER FLIGHTSTo
are now standing on the
[yen Games In Seaboard siding near the air base winter quarters here indefi-
and four gaudy steel and alumi- nitely, "and we have a fine set- ALL PARTS OF THE COUNTRYAt

[ven StartsBy num circus wagons already have up, with spacious quarters. In fact, West Hangar New Venice Airport
reached winter quarters. Nealand many of our workers and staff
BILL MILLER already like Venice so well that r w
said 17 more wagons and 10 cus-
ven wins in seven starts! tom-built railroad circus cars are they've informed me they plan to

Lt U how KMI's basketball rec- expected to arrive here early next build their own homes here."

stands. week from Memphis, Tenn. RELAXAt
week the Kaydet cagers To Go By Rail

| up three more wins, their first Last year, Sparks made a 16- CLASSIFIEDADS
pi on a journey Friday to state :
10,037-mile tour by truck,
fridi Military Academy, 39-29, opening at Arcadia on March 22
1 their second over a favored and closing at Texas (20 a word first tt words. 10 eacheddtonal
Tyler, on ,
ta High quintet, 43-41, last November 5. But this year the ?So. Cash word.with Ad.Minimum Special charge rates smitty's tavern
for moro than one insertion of the
KMI's third win of the
ay. circus will go by rail, being sched- I same ad. Ado will bt accepted over
k was made by a 24-point uled to leave Venice a day or two the telephone. (3131) up to 5 p. m.rhursday .
gin against a weak Bradenton after the final dress performancehere i urt'"er will with remit understanding payment prompt.ad. 125 South Tamiami Trail Venice

i Tuesday afternoon, when theeu March 2. Iy.)

traveled away to romp 61- One of the best-known shows In
|over their hosts. America, the Sparks Circus was "Beat Drinks In Town At Popular Prices"
the mp-and-tftck Sarasota II--T., S-III' GmBH 110.1 T. complete
founded in 1890 John H.
by Sparks.
filth new cantos new paint n.
Delicious Sandwiches When You Are Hungry
John Engberg led the victors .. -
It was a war-time casualty, but celh'ut trail r $J,0. Phone Venice 2042Kill.

|points with 22 and Odenmiller was revived last year by Edgar IMM1LK: Sleeps t".o. Chair '
i 10 tallies for Sarasota. talili- name. cupboard and Ice box. I :
and re-assembled in Sarasota. The I Can l seen Stencil & Potts Uanire I I ,
.l'h NIl ,
ncberg also led KMI in the show met with great success right t

i and Bradenton games, with from the start, leading to expan- 1..1 pr'H IIL'\TLE. Little u.ed.

and 111 points, respectively. The sion of the circus even while It was ,'b C'anter:ne 2071.Unusually.Irak. l'arry-"II baRk.t. I Compare Our Selection Compare Our Prices s
five took the lead early in the road.
on i
Bradenton game and mained Complete MenagerieThis In."u.ge i body'ell-hullt lined horM with plywood trailer., With Anything on the West Coast of Florida j
it without threat"throughthe with separator and heavy atrapi. Can.
year, traveling by rail, vas cover. Nearly new S 60 x 10 il*'
\ contest. ply tlrei Heavy trailer hitch. Wold
Sparks will have a complete me-
Sinclair 8mlcenlc. '
nagerie, a herd of performing ele- SPECIAL VALUES THIS WEEKOld
WISCONSIN: and Briggs Stratton,
BUS SERVICE phants (due in next week), and Union air-cooled engine Propeller
Rudder and Forrester Bottled in Bond
mil pellcr ihaftn
several new acts, including famous haft 1 logs: Luurcey, Mjiplno drive, NoBKOVVV -
i1 letter to the city council, foreign performers. komi. Bourbon ___________________ Fifth $7.05

i. Virginia Wilson of the Ven- Venice was chosen for winter LOST
Bonded Beam Bottled in Bond
Taxi Service after he
| advised that bodyt quarters by Edgar
t she has re-established a bus learned of the city's acquisition of taut LEATHER Sunday In Venice MAN'S Reward WALLET -. Bourbon ___________________ Fifth $6.50

ct between the downtowness part of the huge Venice Army AirBase Return Gondolier office t
Early Times Straight Ky. Bourbon ___ Fifth $5.70 i
section and Edgewood, The circus occupies the large PARKER 61 PFV: 15 reward Return
to Charles \\>'nne. Phone 1551
I the beach. Two trips will bee east nose hangar and several other Brook Hill Straight Ky. Bourbon ____ Fifth $5.80 .
in the morning and two In buildings at the field. BUSINESS PERSONALS t

[ ifternoon. Bus fare to Edge- "The climate here is ideal," Ed- DshellLoAYS PUT 1-1.: Muck CIlI dirt, Bourbon DeLuxe ________________ Fifth $4.75
AdorJan. Phon. 2782.
M was fixed at 15 cents; to gar commented, In Indicating that
I beach, 10 cents. the show plans to continue to make TYPING buBlnem AND and COPY social WORK correspondence: billing: Highland Queen Imported Scotch ____ Fifth $7.25

. H. - . . ............ Call 2665 or see Helen Curwood (Jo.-
lart and Kincaid Plumbing Shop). Peter Dawson Special Imported

POSITION WANTED: ai manager or Scotch _____________________ Fifth $7.25
nMant of dining room. Excellent
BINGO PARTY buyer thoroughly experienced Box X.
Oondollor. Peter Dawson Old Curio Imported

FOR RENTAPARTMENTS Scotch _____________________ Fifth $7.95
Sponsored By Wemtn't Auxiliary y

American Legion No-Vel Post No. 159 FOR RENT Haig and Haig 5 Star Imported
Per Month
J50 to 1200
Phone m Scotch _____________________ Fifth $7.95
At Alma furnished room with private

AMERICAN LEGION CLUB HOUSE-VENICE AIR BASE bath two blocks from Gulf. Royal Banquet (a really good t

REAL ESTATE FOR SALE domestic Scotch) ____________ Fifth $4.75 l

Lord Calvert ____________________ Fifth $4.25
PUBLIC INVITED !/z Mile Gulf Frontage

V a M. a a r a.W A.fc-A.AJ f '. $50 a Front Foot Carstair's "1788" ________________ Fifth $4.25

57 Acres Calvert's Reserve ________________ Fifth $3.99

PUBLIC NOTICEThe 1541 Feet on Tamlaml Trail Fleishmann's Preferred ____________ Fifth :$3.49
150 Feet on Bay

Small Island Off Shore Lansdowne Reserve ______________ Fifth $3.29Gilbey'
City Council wiD sit as a Zoning Commis- $19,000

Gin ____________________ Fifth $3.45
ut its next regular meeting, 8:00 P. M., Tuesday, 107 Acres On Trail
Gordon' Gin ___________________ Fifth $3.64
ry 4th, 1947 and will accept petitions re- $60 Per Acre

Fleishtnann'.Gin ________________ Fifth $350Uoyd's
t general zoning for consideration in drafting H.N.WimmenREALTOR
London Dry Gin __________ Fifth $3.36f'
1W Zoning Ordinance for the City of Venice.


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at'the time. the Civic Planning committee, reported Richard
present H.
: Nokomis attended last Tuesday funds Gedner
tr.. Arcadia Road of his following the ,
night meeting and Edwards, in After Carroll Williams, editor group recent of the VBA Count,
and chairman of public meeting regarding establishment -
.. (Continued from Fact 1) particular, voiced hearty supportof The Gondolier committee,
: of reportconcentrating
"road to Arcadia"committee a municipal trailer his
with his assistants being R. L. the Venice-Arcadia road move- the o
g6 made it plain outlined the project, park in Venice, had come to the on the %,
ment, although both
Howard Whaley, Ralph in
\ voiced approval conclusion that the Venice AirBase Venice"
numerous speakers matter
in their
they were not attending becaUse
'i'Potts Simpson, and Grady Taylor. official capacities, but as residentsof pointing out it not only would be the best location for alders that to be "of the I

I\ ; County Commissioner W. L. this section of the county. would provide a shorter route to such a park, if the city and local Importance."
1';; Woodard of Laurel and County Gulf beaches for inland Florida
citizens want
I ; State Aid a park. "We want .
, Road Engineer J. E, Edwards oft residents, but that such a road something
I I 1.A. Edwards urged that efforts be would aid tremendously in developing He also urged that more recrea- more concrete than \hrt li

; concentrated on getting the pro- farming in this part of tional facilities, Including tennis ances county school otficJS
given us so far-
and shuffleboard courts be Installed he declan4.:
posed road into the state highway the state. -
t! system, as well as seeking federal Fight Haul Nets at Venice Beach.

aid, asserting the project The local civic group also was Chairman Kincaid then appointed -
with county asked to join in the fight to conserve FINEFOOD
HARDLY ANY VICES could not be done a new civic planning committe -
inland waters of the
j ; / SO SAD AS.. consisting of Raeburn, Whaleyand AT REASONABLE
Gulf, with Al Moremen and J, K.Hill PRICQ|
ADV/CE. of Laurel outlining the evilsof Potts.
OPEN 111-
New Men's 111-230F;
dragging bays with power- I P.
operated haul nets. ENGLEWOOD

BowlingLeague This practice, while ELECTRIC A. F L. Union COMPANY(hop'ENOLEWOOD"
1' by> only a few commercial fishermen I Bay Ave. WOODARD'SLUNCHCONE"

nevertheless is threatening '
"Good Will and Betttr Business
., extinction of the good sports fishing Follow Fair Dialing'
Will Start SoonIf
'.' for which this part of Florida FRED J. KRUEA. Prop.
..kl J long has been noted, they declared. Phone Venice 2484

,< .'
You Would
"Gillnettlng Is all right," More- UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
b; Like to Bowl], .or
',. I men declared, "but when power-
l Sponsor a Team, operated haul nets are used, the Triangle Inn Dining RoomOn

S> Please Sign Up at bays are dragged from shore to Nassau Street 3 Blocks South of Bank
shore and from bottom to top
; completely. Nothing escapes, and $1 TO $1.50
{ TEMPORARILY the fishing there is ruined (We Offer A Special Si Fish Dinner Every Evening)


I CLOSED In an attempt to devise a foolproof 8 a. m. to 11 a. m. 5:30: p. m, toM

legal way to halt the practice (We Also Serve A
Special Dinner 12:30
: to 2:30: p, m, lund.,.
Motemen and other interested -
well State
t. BEAUTV sportsmen, as as
< : 1,1.1
Collins and
Representative Jerry
,10. : SHOP 245 West Miami Ave.Phone
cr1t'h. County Commissioner Woodard,

2M Sr.AUOtftTlNt* .flit-1Il71I 2661 will meet with County Judge For-

I rest Chapman in his Sarasota Nokomis Room
r office at 8 p m February 11. Dining

The V.B.A. unanimously endorsed -
i'' Beethoven Putora"" lympho"y-PtlIadelphla Orch., Bruno Walter $6.18 SPECIAL DINNERS
Victor H.rb.rt. LOll Butler '3.S1 'Septemb.r Song,' Jo Stafford 630 Moremen suggestion that
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'Go"na M Lanny Ron .790For Sent mental ReatontMy
.Beware Heart" Marg King Cole Trio 3o63o a representative of the local group FRIDAY, JANUARY 31

i t 'The Whiting Things W. Did Last '<:0 Ou vorce It/'" Me Tony C.0 Martin.D." Mo attend the February 11 meeting. Broiled Whole Lobster, with drawn butter .__ $$1751
i Summer' Jo Stafford 130 Merle Travis 63o Kincaid: appointed B. E. Bowen as
Uncle Remut Tales for Children-Walt Disney ..S3.19 the VBA representative, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY

FILMS DEVELOPED LENDING-LIBRARY 48 HOUR SERVICE Secretary Smjth Brohard was Boiled Smoked Tongue, with spinach ..... $$15SJ
Instructed to lodge a protest both
ALPHA MUSIC SHOP with the Peninsular Telephone SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 2

Company and the State Railroad Roast Leg of Spring Lamb, with mint jelly. $1.65|
Reg Phllco, 6tromberQ.Carl.on and Westinghouse Radio Dealer
y 311 W, Venice Ave. Phone 2613 Commission regarding poor telephone Other Dinners From $1.50 to $2.35
Radio. Repairs Radios Rented service here Numerous

embers of the V.B.A. reportedthat FISH STEAK CHICKEN CHOPS COOKED TO ORDn|
service was particularly bado'er
the past week-end. On the Ttmlaml Trail, 1 Mile North of Venice Phone 2171|

h I'' "In the Heart of the Business District" Frank Raeburn, chairman of



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$3 Day and Up-Weekly Rates S. BOWDEN, Owner

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