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 Material Information
Title: Venice gondolier
Uniform Title: Venice gondolier (Venice, Fla. 1946)
Physical Description: 20 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Carroll H. Williams
Place of Publication: Venice Fla
Creation Date: February 14, 1947
Publication Date: 1946-1964
Frequency: semiweekly[ -1964]
weekly[ former 1946-]
semiweekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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: UF00079934:00053
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1947 PRICE FIVE CENTS
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,PH SIMPSON Sarasota Hospital Drive Y. B. A. INVITES NEIGHBORS



MATED TO For Funds To Start InVeniceNokomisMonday OFFICIALS HERE TO DISCUSS



ION OFFICE NEW VENICE-ARCADIA ROAD

Solicitation of contributions for the new $200,000 Sarasota Vet

ilph] W. Simpson, formery erans Memorial Hospital will start in the Venice-Nokomis area next "lo map out plans to obtain early construction of a new

Air Corps captain, was Monday, it was announced yesterday, following a local committee'sorganizational and shorter Venice-Arcadia road;as well as to call attentionto
urinated as the new com- meeting at the Chamber of Commerce office.
the big Sparks Circus benefit final dress rehearsal to be
der of No-Vel Post No. I > Bazil E. Bowen, local real estate held here Sunday, March 2, a special luncheon meeting will

J9, American Legion, at last C. of C. MeetingPostponed man and adjutant of No-Vel Post be held at the Venice Inlet Docks restaurant that day by
(nday night's meeting of the I No. 159 of the American Legion, the Venice Business Association.

at its Venice Air Base To will serve as chairman of the local I* DeSoto county and Chamber of

bhouse. group. Mrs. Charles McG Robertsof Commerce officials, Arcadia city
Two KMI Cadets
I Nokomis will act as vicechairman Sarasota officers
pson was stationed at the lo- officials, county ,
Next WednesdayDirectors while James T. Blalock, Ven- and
state legislators from this area,
j|air field for approximately two
ice banker, will be treasurer. Saved After Boat Courtney Campbell, state road
II. A former Indianapolis, Ind., of the Venice-Nokomis Met Monday commissioner of Clearwater, have

he and Mrs Simpson liked Chamber of Commerce, slated to Preliminary plans for the local Capsizes in GulfTwo been invited to attend the lunch-

nice so well that they settled meet last night, postponed their drive, to help Sarasota raise approximately eon meeting.

e after his discharge from serv- session until next Wednesday evening $50,000 needed to Kentucky Military Institute To Start at NoonIt

t In 1945. They operate a farmew at 8 o'clock, at which time it made complete here the last$200,000 Monday project at a ,meet-were Cadets were saved from drowningIn will start at 12 noon Sunday,
off the March 2, and will be concluded in
miles east of Venice. the Gulf a quarter-mile
is expected a final report on the ing attended by se\'erallocal citizens -
time to permit attendance at the
finance officer of the local post current drive for new memberswill and Wilfred Robarts, com- Venice Inlet jetties last Monday 2 p. m. KMI dress parade and the

ce i It was established last year, be submitted.H. mander of Sarasota Bay Post No. afternoon after their small sail- 230 benefit performance of the

pson Is slated to succeed S. Bowden, C. of C. president, 30 of the Legion, and Ray Krlmm, rigged rdwboat capsized. circus at Its winter quarters At

omas M Wrede, jr., as com- and J. T. Blalock, director, who hospital drive manager. Bowen accepted The boys, Jack King of Penning- Venice Air Base. Proceeds of the

der.. head the committee In charge of the chairmanship at that ton Gap, Va., and Eddy Hallett of circus dress rehearsal are to be

er nominations submitted by the membership drive, said yesterday I meeting. Cattlettsburg, Ky., both required given to the local No-Vel Legion
Yesterday, it was decided to divide -
|i nominating committee, through that many new memberships I medical attention after their res-
the entire region into zones; post.At
Dempsey, at last Monday have been obtained, as wellas cue, but were reported recovering the luncheon, a campaign to
;hti meeting wereVicecommander : renewals from old members. I and the following committee members without ill effects the next day. obtain state and federal aid for
will be assigned to the various
At next Wednesday nights construction of the proposed short
of the
Buddy Ringo, operator
[ J. D. Tate, Enwood solicitation zones:
meeting, arrangements will be cut between Venice and Arcadia,
; finance officer, John Aston Mrs. Michael Evans, Mrs. George Venice Inlet Docks, and Frank ,
made for election of at least five which would bring that section of
Lanius local painter who Is work- i
Nokomis; sergeant-at- T. Delvm, Mrs. C. C. .Lowe, Mrs. ,
directors to succeed those interior Florida many miles nearera
new with the
Theo Dandridge, Venice Howard Reilly, Mrs. Thomas ing there in connection ;
whose three. terms expire facili- Gulf beach, will be mapped out.
plain the Rev. H Mauriece year Wrede, Mrs. William Adams, Mrs. planned expansion of dock of the
other project
Nokomis; historian, Hay- this year. Alvin Jones, Mrs. T J. Lanier, Mr. ,ties, rescued the two cadets. also Various will be discussed.phases

1 Green, Englewood. (Continued on Last Page) 6G.
B. Baker,
I A cadet father, George L. Kincaid chairman of the

distant B. E Bowen said elec- KMI DRESS PARADE Book of Stone, Ky., was on the jetty at V.B.A. board of governors, will r
i of officers will be held at the Telephone ;the time the boat capsized He ran preside at the start of the lunch- 1
t meeting of the post, on the Third of the 1947 series, .n. Shows 40 Per Cent to the docks and notified Ringo and eon meeting, later turning it over
I other Kentucky Military Initl I Lanius of the accident. The two of The
ht of February 24. Further !to Carroll Williams, editor
ations will be accepted from tute dress parade It schedule to Listing Gain HereNew I men sped to the scene in Ringo's"Miss Gondolier, who is chairman of the
floor immediately preceding be held on the parade ground Mona," arriving just in time, VBA's "Venice-Arcadia Road"

balloting. Only a short busl- opposite the school this Sunday 1947 telephone directorieswere Lanius said, as one of the boys was committee.
afternoon it 3 'clock. One of distributed this week to sub I afloat
almost unable to keep any
i session is planned, with Paul Special Meeting
in Venice-Nokomis-
the largest crowds In history attended scribers the longer.
nstem's entertainment com- the colorful spectacle Englewood-Laurel district and fur- Decision: to Invite the neighboring -

!tee taking over the session, staged I week ago list Sundayby nished dramatic proof of the out- I Ringo pointed out that the small officials to be guests of the lIV.B.A.

ch will then be open to wives the KMI 46.piece band and standing business and population rowboat the boys were using was | at the luncheon meetingwas
i guests of the Legionnaires. four companies of cadets growth being made here. I not designed for use in the open made last Tuesday night at a
total of and urged all users of similar of the organization executive -
I also was announced that the In the new directory, a Gulf meeting
) 2 Sparks Circus final dress 398 listings are given for the Ven- boats In this section to remain on committee and a special i

anal site has been changed to NEW GONDOLIER ice area, a gain of 112, or approximately the protected waters of the Inland (Continued on page 5) ,

( circus lot at the Venice Air ADDRESS 1 40 per cent over last year's

Proceeds of the affair total of 286 listings.Coming BOWLING LEAGUE
are I 313 W. VENICE AVE. NEW MEN'S
E donated to No-Vel
post.
II Events I GETS UNDER WAY NEXT WEEKWith .1'

DEFEATED KMI CAGERS FACE I L I eight teams entered, play in the new Venice Men's Spring

Saturday, February 15 bowling league will get under way on the Bowlakade alleys at 8o'clock

SOTA TOMORROW NIGHT 10:30: a. m., benefit food sale, St. next Tuesday night.

Marks Guild, 302 West Venice Teams entered in the league are:"
held at the alleys
By BILL MILLER At a meeting
avenue. Earl's Pure Oil, Higel's Appliances, to organize the new 1.
last Tuesday
The undefeated KMI quintet will play its Number 1 game of 8 p. m., K.M.I. vs. Sarasota High Morocco Club, Venice Laundry, it was voted to retain Mrs.
league,
wson tomorrow night against Sarasota High School In the KMI School basketball game, K.M.I. Venice Food Shop, Adrian's, J andJ Marjorie Adorjan as league secretary -

18pm. gym. Aircraft, and Smitty's. Each bowler is to be askedto
i preliminary game, the Jun- battle last Saturday night, the KMI Sunday, February 16 Play will be on a handicap basis pay his 70 cents toward herfirsthalf
[Varsity will match- Sarasota's squad edged Ponce de Leon High 3 p. m., K.MI. dress parade. divided into two halves of remuneration on the
.1 .t 7:00 p. m.oncebeaten. Monday, February 17 weeks each. (Complete
School of Miami, 35-33. seven opening night of league play for
but highly They racked up their seventeenth 8:30: a. m.-S p. m., Collector of schedule and team rosters appearon his squad, J. J. Jossart having
Sailors will meet likely Tuesday after a Journey to Internal Revenue deputies will be Page 4.) Unless the same team agreed to act as treasurer for this
tough sledding for the Kay- I where they succeededin at Chamber of Commerce office to wins both halves, the winners of
Fort Myers, purpose.
[ five, and KMI will be out tot downing their hosts, 39-24. The !offer free income tax information the first and second halves will During.the first week, all play
their perfect record. I and assistance. (Also, same hourson in special championshipmatch
Kaydets snatched the game from meet a will be on a scratch basis, with
Kaydet two Tuesday.) at the end of league play.
cagers won the Fort Myers Green Wave despite averages thus established being
1 lames this week, bringingtotal dogged opposition throughoutthe 8pm., Venice-Nokomis Women The winning team will receive a used for the second week's play on
{ to seventeen In a close 's Club card party, at K.M.I., handsome gold plated bowling a handicap basis. Averages will be
game to public. and the players on the
paced open trophy kept up to date weekly.ENGAGEMENT.
As usual, John Engberg Tuesday, February 18 championship squad will receive r

WeatheR the KMI team, this time with 12 8.KMI 8 p. m., city council meets, City smaller individual trophies.
points. Bittick led the hosts with Hall. To Be on Display The Rev. Dr. and Mrs. G De-

.RATU"I; RAINFALL FORT.MYFUS DlttickC"rdea 8pm., new men's bowling These trophies, donated by Jim Witt Dowling this week announcedthe
High Low Inches Fngher' 12 HP r.F 2 e riffinMile. league starts, Venice Bowlakade. Keys and George Botts of the engagement of their daughter,

le0. reported _._.0.09 '' ., R. < (' Sheppard Ii Wednesday February 19 Bowlakade, will be on display at Virginia, to Thomas Alexander

sp: : = 71 114.096N =:.0.00 Klnr.Sharp O. w Car r 8pm., Chamber of Commerce the Nestlewood Gift Shop all next Patton of Venice, formerly of

Re0. a --_ 15.0.00 The J.V.'s also took their partof directors' meeting C. of C. office. week, together with similar tro- Cleveland, Ohio.
n0. 10 447 IfO.OO 'I the twin bill by downing the Thursday February 20 phies the Bowlakade is putting up The wedding will take place In

,"b.... 11 -- I. 1t..0.00 Green Wave Juniors, 21.17. O'Daf- 8pm., American Legion aux- for the winning squad in the cur- early April at St. Mark's Episcopal

lap,11 11__ t7 64 41.10.0.. _l.U I fer led the KMI team with five 'iliary meets at Legion clubhouse, rent women's league. !Church.rY .

r.IS,.ate thla .... _.1.7' points. Venice Air Base. j a




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, I r' il,"o'" '" Page Two VENICE GONDOLIER .. Friday, February 1\. ,

1 academic honor roll of the year Venice BowlersTriumph Curwood, 128, 214,
,t Abrams led the list with a 98.33. Over Oakley, 179, 160, IOC;

{t From the faculty comes this bil t; Dietrich, 137, 150, 14TH;
of news; Captain, John A. Cheekof ,, Circus QuintetPaced Curwood 146, 140, ;
: 180-46l .
.3 Danville, Kentucky, has Joinedthe Sarasota Circus .,

teaching staff, replacing Captain by "Joe" Jossart's 607 series nolds, 120, 142, 139-401 Scores:BU!

George Jenkins who resigned Venice's bowling team triumphed del', 124, 129, 107-360 ;Bob
t.ii
ii recently due to ill health. Check for the first time in inter- I dell, 136, 120 116-378; 11.

iif' "I do not agree with a word you say, but 7 will holds a Bachelor of Arts degree city play last Sunday night on the nolds, 145, in/MiHlfSlJ/ ;

'.i defend with my life your right to say ft."-VOLTAIRE which he received from Centre local Bowlakade alleys when it Foreman, 150, 159, Ise-iH; *
College in Danville.The .
trounced the Sarasota Circus five,
: Published/ every Friday. Editorial and business office, 313 West
Journeyed to 2517 .
to 1940.Jossart
Venice Avenue, Venice, Florida. P. 0. Box 632. Telephone Venice 3131 Scorpions FOR QUICK,
Sarasota Tuesday afternoon onlyto RELtABLI
PRESS ASSOCIATION clicked off games of 178, SERVICE, CALLVENICE
T i-' MEMBER FLORIDA be defeated by the Sarasota
'" NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION 222 and 207, rolling his best gamesto
: Junior team, 26 to 14. The KMI
{ Entered i second-clai matter June 6, 1948, at the post office ,midgets led the game at the half, ; date while serving as captainand PLUMBING
I j .t Venice, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1878. 14-8. However, Sarasota openedup anchor man of the local quin- SHOP
Box14Vnlc,
,
Subscription rates: One year, $2.50; six months, $1.50; three in the second half to hold the tet. Other Venetian scores: Guy Phonetic||
ut monthe. 75c. Classified advertising rate: 2 cents per word first 20 Scorpions scoreless.
:. words; I cent per word for each additional word. r

CARROLL H. WILLIAMS ..._.._..__...._.__ Editor and Publisher/ Motion Pictures "In the Heart of the
5' HELEN WILLIAMS ..._........_.................._........_............. Office ManagerK. Business District"
Shown to GuestsAt
I '. Shannon and Frank Gatchel fol-

'Ii I ,I" l K. M. I. CLIPPINGS I lowed close behind.In Hotel Venezia EL PATIO l HOTEL
: '(- the second personal inspec-
Moving pictures in color of wild !
tion held last Saturday afternoon,
)Ny,; By BILL MILLER Tommy Thompson won the Neat- life and watering places in Florida Howard Whaley,
were exhibited by Mr. and Mrs. Manager
M" In list last est Cadet Bar. In the companies
a published Sunday Harold Phillips of Rochester, N.
Plott won it in the Band, Marshin $3 Day and Up-Weekly Rates
N C. Hodgin headmaster
by Captain -
.Jg Y, to guests of the Hotel Veneziaa
; Bob Lerch led the seniors "B," Kreamer in "C" and Weissin
I ;;: week ago Wednesday It was 225 West Venice Avenue VENICE Phone JSTJ' |
) J j academically for the semester with "D." announced that a series of color

) -h tin average of DO.00. John Hook Se\enty-six cadets combined pictures showing technique in

1&; :"S Dick Vmton, Edwin Richard Bill ,during January to form the largest catching game fish in Florida gar-

4 ............................................................................................................. ................. ................ dens will follow soon. A running
- - - Hnn B. and B. BAR
contest in chess, budge and crib-
4 i INVEST IN A CITY WITH A FUTURE I bage continued after the moving
r ; ;
VENICE FLORIDAHometltes 1 pictures. 305 WEST VENICE AVENUE

The following guests represented -
I "Always You'll Find Here,
t ii Hometltes On Bay And Gulf Investment Properties : 23 states: Dr. and Mrs. D. N.

'r .K Acreage Farms Rentals : Edwards, Washington, D. C.; Mr. "Besides Light Wines And Beer,
land Mrs. A. Riggs, Alabama; Mr.
RICHARD H. GEDNEY j [land Mrs. J. Borowski, 11. L. Warne, "A Pleasant Atmosphere,

i Connecticut; II Berg, Delaware: "Good Friends, Good Talk, Good Cheer" I
2egis14iaed REAL ESTATE /3eohee : I Mr. and !Mis. F. Ringo, Miss !M I
: \ Fowler, C. A. Boyd, Florida; H. BUD NEWBERRY BOB OATMAN |

Box 261 Phone 3311 : F. Privatt, Georgia; Mr. and Mrs.
tle+ Theatre Building Venice, Fla. I, il S. V. Conner, Miss A. K. ?Means ,
4 ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++f I. J N. Lawlis, IndianaII'; and Mrs

E. R. Lmdscy, Illinois. FETTE AIRCRAFT SERVICE
HOUSE MAINTENANCEAND Mr and Mrs N. F. Green, !Mr. I
and !Mis. H Holeman, Mr andMrs. I Specializing I In All Types of

SERVICEHollywood :: C. Willmgs, Miss Mary AIRCRAFT PARTS, REPAIRS AND

Apt..Hotel Bldg. 219 West Miami Ave. Reichspharr, Kentucky; Dr. D. A'I I CONVERSIONS
4k Phone Venice 2086 Bagley, Louisiana; W. N. Ren-
UPHOLSTERING Cleaning-Made-to-Order Upholstering laender, Maryland; Mr. and Mrs. Charter Service to Any Place in Florida
i1 Slip Covert Drapes Etc.-General Sewing ,
G. W. Blake, Mississippi Miss
its ELECTRICAL ; Hangar Space To Rent
Repairs-Refrigeration-Household and Commercial C'j
a A. Bromley, Massachusetts .
-All Home Appliances ; I: SALES AGENCY FOR GLOBE SWIFT AIRPLANESJ.
PAINTING-Brush or Spray-In and Outside BuildingsFurniture and Mrs H. N. Wheeler, Michigan; A. HARTER, Airport Manager
--Trailers, Cars, Etc. :Major! and Mrs. F. J. Abbott, New
Main
3441 |
GLAZING WALL PAPERING Hangar VENICE AIR BASE Phone
Hampshire; M. Buchanan, Minnesota -
Jt ALL KINDS OF CARPENTER WORK
; Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Pratt,
Missouri.!

I Mr. and Mrs. Fred Eichmann,
J. J. (Joe)
I
Mr! and Mrs. L. B. Lincoln, Mr
# NOW OPENSundays : 'and Mrs. W. Ochse, Mrs. G. Leland JOSSARTand .

:, Chas. F. Rogers, New Jersey; Mr
and Mrs. J. J. Berliner, Mis F.
Carroon A J. Faist, J. Gaiafalo
I G. 1.. (Kin)
Mr.! and Mrs. W. A. Jacobs, F. P.
Mack and Mr and Mrs. H. L. PhilI I KINCAID

e,. lips, New York; Mr. and Mrs. R. BMornsson I Mohler Bid" P. O. Box ,114
Rr p' Mrs. P. F. Romig, W. VENltl
323 W. Venice Ave.
lv P. M. to 12 Midnights Masscott, Ohio; I. N. Levan, Phone 2665
sylvania; J. B. Russell penn-I '
,
"Dependable Inspedioa"RELAX ]
1 I land; R. Smith, Tennessee; Plumbing That Will Stand

i Mrs. Winstead, Mr. and Mrs. E.
Secord, Canada. I

s WeekDays Mrs. and Miss A. Frandel and

Mrs. and Miss G. Ladd, Massa-

9 A. M. to 12 Midnight Ohio chusetts; Mr.; Mr.and and Mrs.Mrs.O. P.R. Ware Kriss,, At

Kentucky; Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Per-
kins, Minnesota; Dr. and Mrs. D. '
WEEK-END SPECIALS R. Parsons, West Virginia; Mrs. G.! smut s tavern
R.
Sims and Miss L. A. Duncan,
amt t, VIrginia.
Kriss, Perkins and Phillips have 125 South Tamiami Trail V-

organized teams in a crab catch-
JIM PONDER'SPlease ing contest to be held in Venice

LIQUORS Bay, after which they plan a beach SPECIAL VALUES
M roast.
"WE \WILL NOT SESUBSCRIPTION J".OERSOc'VENICE
AVENUE h "'e Z 0.4 "Ell. 1.. GOOD THROUGH '

Practically every piney woods
farm can grow timber as a profit- WEDNESDAY
able crop.
ORDER Schenley Carstair'iWhite

GONDOLIER, Hard Coughing Spells Black Label I Seal ;
P. O. Box
632,
Venice, Florida. Resulting From Colds 1 X $3.69 Fifth $3.49 Fifth

Please send tl'C men YOIU' cough,spegndo45 nasty
me THE VENICE GONDOLIER for >ubluom.
one cea nts at
OUT
any drug store for a bottle of BUCK. CANNED BEER TO TAKE
;year ($2.50) _. LEY'S CANADIOL MIXTURE_
-- six months ($1.50)or ) triple
I actlng-to relieve coughing fut. BUCK. (No Bottles To Return)
three months (75c) LET'S acts promptiy to help loosen "
(Check which) thick, sticky phlegfn soothe Irritated up KOLLER'S TOPAZ $4e4i
throat membranes and sass bard coucb. of 24 __.._........_......._."d
(All subscriptions must be paid in advance) a In,cold apella. 80 try It the very next time Dixie BeDec. :
results III
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Address u good>u&b.It ta FInd for out Coughs for yourself due to colda.just stubborn boy Get Gin We have available a good line gf t ,

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".:: : : ..:.. n 11 I Shown IIhovel1'e members of bly', the moving picture, "I Inainuch Marian Barwick, Marian George, "I I,i. ., I a.m.n u.",rondo,1 I W I ;,< Nhnul.Mi y krr I III .., lu,
2fAtV.daot': ; ;;
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.. .. I I the Senior Chorus of the Honda ," dramatizing the 1 life of Virginia Butler, Iva Dee Marker! 1110",. Slur nlnpIIURCH. M., ;,....

Methodist (hildien Home at I Ell' the home, will be lmwn Charlotte Jackson, Liz Juckxon, ( Oh C.OI

terpriKe, who will come here next The vesper/ service at the \'en Gloria Kexellehvilla I Rowley, 'Venice Avenue .
,
I: I li J"i IIXHI I' 1u.
Sunday, February' Id, to sing at' \okomis: church has been mt Charles Sikes, Clem limkej, 1cm I" 10.n'. S'""ln> S, heal.I

i1111/ ? !1118url. the 11 am Englewood Methodist I for 3 :43: p.m. in order to co-op. Scott, Bruce ScottVilhur Jru'e: II I ...m.I n"1'ICnrhlnu.'I'hud ,I' hi.

Church services and a special 3 ::4:> erate1\ ith the full.dress paradeof Billy Finn, Wallace I Rivers and I :: I;,, 7-3-1: : I: n;.. Yuu.. I ""1" ."
der.I II L'"
service the Venire-No. the Military Institute Revelle .udx .
: vesper at : Kentucky Norman I >. t in. 1"11./11 '?'11 1''''

komis Methodist Church I which In I scheduled for 3 Sunday morning i the 1 1:1'1': Kl VCNIF. lArIlOl.IC ( IIUIICH

li. Palm Grill ..........101 The Rev. Harold flame, I p.m., it was announced by the ton's sermon subject will lie: Gull Thwtrr. Venue Avenu.Venir. .
J and J ... ...toymhton duppr'l .
H.n., T Park intendent of the home, pastor, the Pev H. Maunece Fel "What Are You Doing for YourSELF II." c' 1..1.1.1",1',1,..

orot pp., >.h.Finn U I l's Hotel... :: >:::::::1:: company' the chorus, and I will ; ton All members and friends of ?" In the evening. a Ko 11. I I to "no.I"___._-_ '.- --- -

Suits. Palm Grill ... .... P8 preach at the nioimni; service in the church are Invited to attend. chrome slide presentation entitle 1
ties. Earl. V7 The memben of the chorus "An' Adventure in Chiiiituin Stewardship > Benefit Food
Trailer Park : 99 Fnglewool At the 10:15 am, I' are :
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coley, Film (;fill .. ::.. :: : 119Prick. Englewood; church school an'em Betty Chailesvoith, Edna Parish, ," will be featured. Sale
Pines Hotel .. ... .. 4" SaturdayA
a.n. J and J 96
-- ''joint Observance i KMI VESPER SERVICE : A \In full,I sale featuring"
Tide Tables.
sh Wednesdayervice I '' I Dr. Peter Plume, pa>toi of the I home.hike'"I cakes, ('(", kips, meal
VENICE INLET 'Of
Plannedt (P"nla 1:., I ". 'World Day of ; Highland Presbyterian Church o: louver u nl numioiM other Hems
Prayer' Planned Louisville, Ky., who i is tndni.I will be held \ly Io>t. Milks Guild
St. Mark'sStarting I Date H.h, Low I
I the winter in Venice, will' \le the I II tomorrow, Situidu at 1U :10u
Frl. Peb 14 1:1,8
p 10. Venice and will in
observance of Lent, St. Sat., I'eh, U 9:117 1'.10. ::1..... ...nl. I theorld vicinity of join ob. I guest speaker at this corning .m. in the \':K'.nit mule building

larks Episcopal Church of Ven- Sun., rrb III 11:19 1'.10. 4:51 ".n,. Day Prajei da)"', 7 :30 p.m. vesper .el'l at :\0(I. Went Venice avenue, next
Mon. r'.b. 17 1":1 pm. :.:37 "..m.Tues. : Fenanie, held annually' on the KMI: The public is invited SlIn'l! to the bank.l'1'ocee.ty.
e will hold a Penitential Officeid .. .'.". I' 1148 .10. 5:17 ..10. first day of Lent, with a joint I 1 will be lined I fm thu
tend
Holy Communion service at 11:41% I I' m. 4:47 1'.10. I i
service 4 next ruins February
Wed 10 I.See I' m. 5152 a m. ut p.m. ), St. Maik I Ep: ,t'ipil Chuich fund,
01.m. on Ash Wednesday, Feb- 11:1,11.10. A.H ..m.l'h".o. 21, at the First Baptist CARD PARTYA ,
Mis H. I..
IInllll\lIlI',1
.. lcbF tll 2:11 I'm 7:22 ..m. it uu liv (
ary ill! it was announced )'es. 5:27 Church here. benefit card party will beheld I
1.10. Mundv' iioKlcit of time' ,;.Ud.
rday by the rector, the Rev Dr. 1.. Feb 11 1 .31a.m. 7 7:1",',1 om.t.t5 The joint observance is being at KMI by the \enue\o: '

.eonard W. S. Stryker. p m. p.m. MIon-ored by the women's organizations komis Women's Club ut K p.m.

Beginning March 5, a musicalmice VISITORS of the Baptist, Venice-No: next Monday', it was announced' \ R&RSHOE

will be held at 4 p.m. each :Mr and :Mrs John G Greene konns Methodist and St. Mark'i 'edtet'duy by Mis Louise Rln'tis: 1s

\'edne.day during Lent. Begin. of Columbus, 0., are visiting their I I I Episcopal churches with :Mr*. 0 president of the women'* group ; REPAIRING

I n g February 27, Holy Commun. daughter und family! Mr and i Campbell Crawford, wife of the The $1 admission tickets alto will\ 'I SPORT G GOODS

nand Address will be held at 10m. Mrs William Hall of Venice By. ; pastor of the Baptist church, cover the cost of iefie-hmein 303 W. Venice Ave. Venice "

each Thursday. I Way. i; serving as chairman of the committee The public is invited. I (Opposite V."iLO.N..k.n" Banks j)

in charge of arrangements. __ __ ______ J
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:New guests at me Copper Kettle by Tch>lkoviky. Koftalnnni and Rubin Hood Cecil Otcli $405 1 1

WELLS DRILLED Inn, as reported this week by : 1 Benny Goodman Sextet Session $2 sJalo"I. '
include .." Harry James The Man With the Mom. ) 53c W
Baldwin
Mrs Hattie
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4" 6" 8" 10" 12" manager 1 'Hora Staccato Benny Goodman .(Man Here 1'1"0 II iv Pisa.) BJc 1
the following: 1
; Woody Herman, "Woodchoppert" 12.1I" 1
Mr. and Mrs. Ora Gould, Mr. 1
Woody Herman SWEtT" IND, red by mlgr In $1.00
W. Will Have L.I..Model Equipment and Mrs. Bud Aikman, and Mr. 1 S

Here Within 30 Day and :Mrs. David :McTaggart, Flint, LENDING JUST LIBRARY RECEIVED- FILMS- SEW UEVELOI SHIPMENT. 4*OF.HOI HI K MSK M.RVIC r: SI

Call U. For E.t.m.U.JOSSARTKINCAID. :Mich; Miss Hazel Ream and Miss : I
Margaret Maher, Greenville, 0.; I ALPHA MUSIC SHOP

:Mr and Mrs Harold Finch, :Mr
KM Philco Stronbrri-Carlion and Wr.li Shoos. Radio Ueilrr
and Mrs Charles Willbee :Mr, and 1 .
311 W. Venice Ave. Phone 2b63 1:!
| 323 W. Venice AT. Phone 2665 !Mrs Owen Dudley, Mr and ]Mrs Radio Repiln Radio Rented .- Cameras Rented

Charles Kayko and daughter, Sal ; 1111"1111111.4'.1.1'11111111111167.
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A Privilege to Live in FloridaA I I 'CALL GEORGE'Do ANNOUNCING. .

Distinction to Live in

You Own A The REOPENING of

H. N. WIMMERSRealtor I


veniC.1 l liW' DODGE CHRYSLER? ? PALM BEAUTY SHOP


VENICE FLORIDA
DESOTO? 208 St. Augustine Ave. Venice
Where the Tamiami Trail Meets the Open

PLYMOUTH? Under Management of
iaffisgggggj 'illLIDtriT
IVY JENKINS

If to, whenever your car
need attention, bring it to.
PERMANENT SPECIALS
us, or just "Call George,

FINAL CLEARANCE SALE Venice 2581
Creme
Shelton Lanolin
We Specialize in Repairing

.EVERYTHINGMUST Chrysler ProductsWe $10.00Creme


GO! Oil Wave

Pick Up And $7.50Cold

Deliver Your Car

Articles Too Numerous to List Here Wave

NOKOM1SGARAGE I '
In Detail $12.50




MCNEIL SALES AND SERVICE George T, Devlin, Prop. PHONE For Appointments VENICE 2971


1> Miami Ave. at Nassau On the Trail Phone 2581

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: Tuesday, February 18 Tuesday, April
I .r ''f( EARL'S vt. HIGEL'S (1.2)) EARL'S ... HICEL'S (1.2) m
, \i MOROCCO CLUB ... VENICE LAUNDRY (.\.1) VENICE FOOD vt. ADRIAN'S (3.4)
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,! Thursday, February 20 Thursday, April 10 u
; ,'i VENICE FOOD ... ADRIAN'S (1.2) SMITTY'S ... J AND J (1.2)J
AND J ... SMITTY'S (3.4)) MOROCCO CLUB vi. VENICE LAUNDRY (3-1)) t

Tuesday, February 25 Tuesday, April 15
t ADRIAN'S vi. J AND J (1.2) ADRIAN'S v.. J AND J (1.2)
,1 t FARL'S vt. MOROCCO CLUB (3.4)) NIGEL'S vi. VENICE LAUNDRY (3.4)

Thursday, February 27 Thursday, April 17 P
1 IIIGPL'S ... VENICE LAUNDRY (1.2) EARL'S .... MOROCCO:CLUB (1.2)
1 SMITTY'S vi. VENICE FOOD (3-1) VENICE FOOD v. SMITTY'S (3.4)

Tuesday, March 4 Tuesday, April 22
1 EARL'S ... J AND J (1.2) MOROCCO CLUB ... SMITTY'S (1.2)
ADRIAN'S .... HIGEL'S (3-4) ADRIAN'S .... HICEL'S (3.4)
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Thursday, March 6 Thursday, April 24
t' } MOROCCO CLUB vi. SMITTY'S (1.2)( VENICE FOOD v*. VENICE LAUNDRY (1.2) r
VI.NICE FOOD vt. VENICE LAUNDRY (:\.1) EARL'S vt. J AND J (3.4)

Tuesday, March 11 Tuesday, April 29 P
f. SMITTY'S ... HIGEL'S (1.2) VENICE FOOD.. EARL'S (1.2) t
MOROCCO CLUB vi. ADRIAN'S (3-1)) VENICE LAUNDRY.. J AND J (3.4) n

Thursday, March 13 Thursday, May 1
FARL'S vi VENICE FOOD (1.2)I MOROCCO CLUB vt. ADRIAN'S (1.2)
V VENICE LAUNDRY.. J AND J (3.1) SMITTY'S ... HICEL'S (3.4) 1
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Tuesday, March 18 Tuesday, May 6
+ SMITTY'S ... VENICE LAUNDRY (1.2) SMITTY'S vt. VENICE LAUNDRY (1.2)J
AND J vi. HIGEL'S (3.4)) EARL'S vt. ADRIAN'S (3.4)

Thursday, March 20 Thursday, May 8
VI,NICJ. FOOD vi. MOROCCCO CLUB (1.2) J AND J ... HICEL'S (1-2)
EARL'S vt. ADRIAN'S (3.4)) MOROCCO CLUB ... VENICE FOOD (3.4)

Tuesday, March 25 Tuesday, May 13
ADRIAN'S ... SMITTY'S 1.2 J AND J .... VENICE FOOD (1.2)
VENICE LAUNDRY vi. EARL'S ((3.4) HIGEL'S ... MOROCCO CLUB (3.4)

Thursday, March 27 Thursday, May 15J
AND J vi. VENICE FOOD (1.2) VENICE LAUNDRY vt. EARL'S (1.2)
jzt''p IIIGEL'S vi. MOROCCO CLUB (3-4) ADRIAN'S vt. SMITTY'S ,(3.4)

Tuesday, April 1 Tuesday, May 20J
AND J vi. MOROCCO CLUB ((1.2) VENICE LAUNDRY.. ADRIAN'S (12)SMITTY'S
SMITTY'S ... EARL'S (3.4)
vt. EARL'S (3-4)
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Thursday, April 3 Thursday, May 22HIGEL'S
VENICE LAUNDRY.. ADRIAN'S (1.2) ...
VENICE FOOD (1.2)
: HIGEL'S ... VENICE FOOD (3-4) J AND J ... MOROCCO CLUB (3.4)

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: EARL'S VENICE LAUNDRY VENICE FOOD SMIITY'S

Paul Nave Jim Oakley H. E. Weltz Guy Curwood
Bob Fenton Joe Carl Biorseth Edward Keys Smyth Brohard

f Ronald SmithDan I. V. Biorseth Carroll Williams Frank Raeburn
Evans Howard Briley Claude Archer Dick Rich
}+ Byron Earl J. J. Jossart Byron Jones Jud Curwood

HIGEL'S MOROCCO CLUB ADRIAN'S J AND J

Fred Nelson Stan Richardson "Duffy" Leger Floyd Joyner

Herman Duke H. Dietrich Ralph Adrian USLcotty"LThokmpson

Gage HodginCharles Elmer Wolf H Lewellyn Bob Shanley

Boone C. W. Koogler Walter Surls Dan Devins
Ray Duvall
Louis Adorjan



VENICE BOWLAKADE AND GRILLGRILL L



OPEN 7 A.M. TO 11 P.M.
Alleys Open 3 P.M. To
11 P.M. Week
Days -1 P.M. to 11 P.M. Saturdays and Sundays
Open Bowling Every Afternoon and
Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday Nights
JIM KEYS
I Phone 2661 245 Welt Venice Avenue GEORGE BOTTS

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14.1947 1
February
VENICE GONDOLIER: j a
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CLASSIFIED ARCADIA ROAD 4111111111111111009 ** r

LIFE IN THE ROAR BUSINESS : !
ADS3f KANE (Continued from Page 1) .
AND
word firM 3e worcle, I. lash committee: named to plan for the
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word. Minimum brags "road" session at the last meeting : PROFESSIONALDIRECTORY .
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"txs'3; of the VBA.
... ed. Ads
Itl.ph..it/ti3undereta to np'ad. Those attending Included: Kin- f .
d H-++4 ttttttUlit IIHf.+. '
ed oy.
lrr caid: Finn
IleNr w emit I payment prompt. Caspersen, Smyth Bro- I''
.1 -cs- hard and M A. Braswell V.B.A. j

FOR SALEnusuallY governors, and Frank Raeburn, WILLIAM LAMAR ROSE i

well.built horn trailer. 1 chairman, and Howard Whaley, COUNSELOR-AT-LAW
,i bud Y. lined with plywood. v, 1 1r 1r 1rh Leland Potts and Ralph Simpson TITLE TRANSACTIONS '
Can
::u-ator. Nearly and.:'ee1.topr six.tires. ; of the special committee. Phone Punta Oorda 261 or 2S.
hltch- Wulf'sBUSINESS
Balks jra".er
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PERSONALS Dr. H. J. Hoeppner ,1

\'EI\ PUT 1oJ. Muck, fill dirt, Charm PHYSICIAN .;
.0. Louis Ador.n. Phon. liBI, Hollywood Apt..Hotel-Miami AvaHrt .
PINO AND COpy WORK; billing; I:30.12, 21 Phone 2531 1
usiness i and aortal correspondence, Beauty
j>r Pee (Joa nx
Plumbing .
and l Klnrald Shop). Salon W 'f
James E. Blades M. D.
T A CAR t r day or week. Auto. i
bile charter trips anywhera Also tot (t, Auouit no Ava !
H bout deep sea fishing Ray PHONES Office 9251-Homa 1134 14
,.!!. Phone 2056 or see at Venice Trials and Lucite .
?tDocknBUSINESS. HOURS! 10 12. t to 6, Except
Thursday and Saturday P. M.
OPPORTUNITIES 223 West Miami Avenue 1

Phone 2811
RESTED IN GROWING business Classified Ads Get Returns !
Venice? Contact manager, Curry'gand
Carry btore

LOSTMIPFTTE .1

[liT BAG containing IS SOMETHING BRAND NEW!
s, camera and equipment: near
Hotel January 1.
Mvnkka 111) COME IN AND SEE IT
nid fur return to Frank Ware Jr, \\

i Gondolier office. MAY 1 CUT I N ?. I_ 14FT. PLASTIC BOAT WITH BUILT-IN I
WARP FOR RETURN of canvas '
and tackle Mt on rocks near TRAILER HITCH AND DETACHABLE 't r
Inlet Jetty Phone fcd Zern, WHEELSInboard


WANTED Piercy Named P.-T. A. To Hold Motor and Flexible Shaft !
IAVTFP-'*FD CASTING ROD and THE IDEAL BOAT FOR THE SPORTSMAN

,ml. lIt.x II. ndoller office Chairman Of Next MeetingOn PLASTIC AGE 1"'

0 FOR RENTAPAltnlESTS Nokomis Group March 11 BOAT & EQUIPMENT CO. J JOn

111111 FOR RENT the Trail NOKOMIS Phone 2753
10;; 10 PhoneP Month Succeeding George J. Willock, One of the largest attendances
.471h.
furnished room with private who has held the post for the past during the past year turned out at
: two blocks from Gulf. two years, R. D. Piercy was elect- last Tuesday night meeting of the I

0 REAL ESTATE FOR SALE ed chairman of Nokomis Commu- \enice-Nokomis P-TA at Ven-

nities when that civic organization ice-Nokomis High School to hear

BC'F FOR 8ALE Bl*-room stucco, held its annual meeting last Mrs Herman C. Kluge of Engle- ResidentialLots
ern. Green's Fuel ,Ras. Complete
b ,"riloBllv new urnlture ThroLnrire Friday afternoon at Cardinal's wood give an exceptionally interesting -
-m' lot Fruit. In Nokomis
of her
Villa Nokomis. account
ktrict. Immediate poaaeaalon Phone experiences
Edward Courtoy, Nokomis post- in the Philippines during the Jap-

master, was re-elected anese invasion 4
secretary-
I Mile Gulf
Yi Frontage
treasurer of the group, while the Mrs Dorothy Fields, vicepresident -

$50 a Front Foot following were named to the executive presided' over the meeting In

committee. the absence of the president, Mrs
57 Acre
A. L. Blalock .
George Wilock, Henry A.Adams, iI
15(1 Feet on Tamlaml.Trallt. Mrs. Marjorie Adorjan, secretary 01
T M Wrede, sr., Thomas Lunt,
.0 Feet on BaY- reports the next meeting of
Small Inland Off Shore Mrs W R. North and William the P.-T.A. will be held Tuesday, I :
Adams. On Improved Streets
$19,000 March 11, at Venice-Nokomis High t
Various matters concerning Nokomis School. I 1'.1 :

107 Acres On Trail were discussed including a -0-

proposal for establishment of a paned insulating window are
$60 Per Acre
volunteer fire department for the World War II veterans with an For Sale Below I.l

H.N.WimmersREALTOR community. Piercy said he will average age of 25 years, youngest I
appoint a committee of three to Investigate In the organization
the feasibility of the fire group I Cost of Improvements f't

VENICE, FLORIDA department proposal at the next

meeting of the executive committee 0.- VI

as on Stomach to be held later this month. ITCH CHECKED

Relieved la 5 minutes or For quick relief from itching cameo by eaema. NOW IS THE TIME

... double your money back Nearly all of the 400 workers in athlete foot,tcabw.pimples and other itching: "
wens nck Kid sell medicated,liquid
MUM p.tnnil MlTorit rand tram use pure Iog
r H M*itnn..<* and hwnhuni doeton Usually a new Libbey-Owens-Ford Glass ODD.MtlCHirTION. A doctor formula. TO BUY
-.r"I N'I.d-.una BidkliM known hero Greaseless and ltaml_Soothe,comforta and
>Ut U M In Bell-lu I Company plant In Toledo manufacturing -
ls.uinu. 3Sc foal bottle
"'"' )< ( Odellwo krinw Motor! In i quickly calms intense itchint!' .
.. =::=: an ,.tors 01 butu14 : Thermopane, multiple- dnigKut provOlit.today or money foe block D. O.Duo O.twaga rancaii Ask your_ --0- I


-RoembCOPPER Building Materials Will I ,
I ARE YOU JUST AmIN6.NATURE Redecorated KETTLE

Rates Reasonable Be Available ShortlyPrices
Swimming 1 Pool
INN
(For Oueata Only) io
? (19 S. Harbor Drive VENICE i
Phone .155 f

Range From

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Jature may endow you with REASONS WE9iftqmilIiORS $300 to $2200VENICE

euhtaklng beauty a lovely o
wrraceous figure. She may be-
Now guts on you that make you
I brilliant actress, a leader in
your class at college sought
after at dances or a charming
We and mother. LANDCOMPANY

Yes, Nature may do all this.
d
ADd yet you may find your facejwingly
slapped if you suffer
e distressing symptoms, ca
much so many unfortunate DHline4 to speedily relieve
I Wi and women do. w D tmpl. headache and painful
discomforts of neuralgia
Something You Should
forget Plnkham"s Compound ft Ueatured doses In powder
Not Mo AboutlJo cots MOM than relieve such f form for quick assimilation.i .
It female f m Hnnfti monthly monthly pain. This great med1ClturbaDcel -
an causing you to cine ALSO relieves accompanying Proof of merit Same type formula -
per from pain nervous dIInervouS tension, Irritability over one-third century.

'pick011and Standard U B P. Ingredientai.Laboratory FRANK D. ROEBUCK
D tested controlled. ROBERT 8. BAYNARD
Cott; turn Into a'sh devil'this cause. Taken regularly President Salesmsnager

WA each days-ma fomnnm thruout the monthPinkham'stog In price range of "C1011L1l1OoGdllloal
III01n.DJI'I IOU AS=.Start Compound helps build up resistance R -. VENICE FLORIDAPhone
fwt a&JJ T led J tfor
lam* sensibletthing .
a! vegeuue Cempootmddtto very to Caution t7ee only u directed. 3581
jw symptoms. It* falei If you too dont remarkably ..
P All drugstore Buy PTO& and Venice Values"
purpose And dont benefit .. "In Business To Help Build Venice

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VENICE GONDOLttft Friday. February
r Six .it
striction bt serving fish, crab or I er a hard-fought
t' HOSPITAL I oysters in the restaurants. tempt to gain battle. to Ib
I SECOND'SECTION SUMMARY I "My greatest pleasure Is plug team is seeking revenge, tbt
(Continued from Page 1) retul1l"
casting and using feathered lures, some night IDatcb
H. S. Bowden, Mrs. Eugene Maier, next Week
which is out now. Even the bait
k Mrs. Sonia Terry, Mrs. N. B. Bar Scoring: VENICE .1
t PageBallkhQge | not taking J
fisherman are
' f : clay, Mrs. James Dick, Mrs. Alice ..... .............................. ........ .. 2 any Keys, Wood lTaylR.Key,2SARA,; ] ,
." Lumley] Mrs. L. D. Kinzel. .........M....................... ....... .M. > > > "We have had a very long hot
Mrs. Ben Dunn, Mrs. R. E. Chambers Household Memos....??.....?.._......?..-......-..-........-....- 6 spell this winter and some local 1: ; ..

Fields, Mrs. O. Y. Murphy, Mrs. Cleveland Florida Filosofy ....................................................... 3 solons think this has generated a Brown, 2Gilfordi6.Classified; ; Chad
Harold Sjoblom, Mrs. J. F. Demp- Cochrane lie Who Pays ..........................................-........................ 5 bacteria that interferes with the McGee, 4; Gray, 8; G. ",

,, sey, Mrs. Ruth Kuykendall, Col. W. Comics ......................................................................................................... 7 supply or absorption of oxygen. --Browu,
:\., R. Grove, Mrs. W. L. Woodward, Crossword Puzzle ...............,...................................................................... 7 However, we can get no autopsy '
Mrs. Paul L. Melroy, Mrs. Phillip Florida Foods ......"...................................?.........?.................................. 3 reports. The government owes it to Ads Get MB,
t1j tI M. Cain, Mrs. Bruce Rigby. Florida Quiz ..,...............................................-....-.?_............................ 3 the people to tell us whether cook-
: Division Florida's Lighter Side ....................?....?......,.............._._................... 8 ing will kill whatever disease FINE FOOD

\ :1" Elizabeth Negro Owens, Venice; Luther Floridilly] ................................................................................... 3 germs there may be" .
>t ; Ross Laurel Arethea Harris, Lau Floridrollery] ...... .................................................................................. 8 AT REASONABLE |
PRICE|
x ; Haley] Woman's World .................................................................... 6 |
M i rel. Beds for Vets Morris People in Cracker Politics ...,......?..........._......................... 5 Venice 'Hot Shots' OPEN: is rn-2:3os.: .

Two Murphy Hunting and Fishing .......?............................................... 5 Lose To SarasotaA
Bowen said successful completion Perkins Nothing Serious ..........._.................................................... 3 Fount"No Meal Open Served a W,,,,, I
of the drive will enable Sarasota Sewing Circle Patterns ......................................................?................ 6 newly-organized Venice Independent P. m. u e JfJ

I Hospital facilities to be expanded Shead Washingtonotes .......................................?............................. 3 basketball squad, the
to 135 beds, with two of Sunday School Lesson .............................................................................. 6 "Hot Shots," dropped its first game WOODARD'SLUNCHEONETr

specifically: Therkildson Florida] Facts .................................?..?.......................... 3 last Wednesday in the KMI gym
These Are Your Legislators ............................................................... 8 when it fell before the Sarasota
Headquarters of the local drive Uncle Bud on a Bus ..................................................._........................ 3 Red Devils quintet, 22 to 14, aft-
d1 will be maintained at the Chamber Veterans' Service Bureau .................................................................. 2

0 :t of Commerce office. Donors are Vale Stardust .............................................._....._........._....._....._ 6 .
{f': asked to make checks payable to Weekly News Analysis ................................................................... 4 UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT

"Veterans Memorial HospitalFund Wing Sports whirl ...............?................._.......?..........?...?...._....... 3 Triangle Inn Dining RoomOn
-, i ," and to send them in caret

: of the Chamber of Commerce, or Nassau Street 3 Blocks South of Bank
h : give them to a drive worker. New York Sportsman Writes Of
t t FULL COURSE DINNERS $1 TO $1.50We

{ BOTTS HOME 'Dead Fish' Epidemic HereDr. ( Offer A Special $1 Fish Dinner Every Evening)

:"., George: Botts, city councilman Frederick Coonley] of Staten Island, a New York sportsmanwho OPEN EVERY DAY EXCEPT MONDAY
1l who suffered a broken leg last I is wintering in Venice, wrote home a couple of weeks ago a few 8 a. m. to 11 a. m. 5:30: p. m. to lp.nl
comments the recent "dead fish" epidemic. His1 letter, in part, was
1 week when he slipped and fell on
(We Also Serve A Special Dinner 12:30: to 2:30: p, m. SundinJ
t while leaving a local restaurant, printed in the New York Herald of Saturday, February 8, as follows:
FOR RESERVATIONS PHONE VENICE 2703
J was brought to his Harbor drive I "The fishing has been very
We have had it here three days.
t. home here from Sarasota hospital poor for a month. We have heard '
"The high-tide line is covered
( I i last Sunday. He is reported to be rumors that there were quantitiesof 'I with millions of dead fishmostlysmall
f "getting along oka '." dead fish on the shore from Miami
not sport varieties, but I
t Botts' wife Evelyn, returned south. Three weeks ago the
I have found some tarpon, thirty to Nokomis Lodge Dining Room
1 condition developed on the :
same
from a trip up north to be with red
I forty pounds, grouper and fish.
i ; him after the accident and his parents west coast.
"They began spraying the
Dr. and Mrs George Botts, "It took two weeks for the con beaches with D.D.T., and strangeas DAILY SPECIAL
sr., came down from Norton, Va., dition to travel north from Fort
it sounds, In view of early ex- TENDERLOIN STEAK PLATTER . |
to visit him during the past week. Myers to Venice, seventy miles. periences, there is not a fly or Insect I $1.75

.. amid all this carrion FILET MIGNON FRENCH FRIES
LETTUCE AND TOMATOESHOT
s 4 ANNOUNCING We can get no real Informationas
We Are Again ROLLS AND COFFEE OR TEA
to whether it might be a chem-
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