Venice gondolier
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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 7, 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
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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1 NO. 49



TONIGHTAT "Encouraging progress" was reported this week by DRIVE President BEACH SEEN AS NEW MOVE TO

II S. Bowden and Director J. T. Blalock
who are heading the

CITY HALL current memberships."We Venice-Nokomis. Chamber of Commerce drive for 1947 CHANGE ROUTE WATERWAY\

have not been able to contact all of the business houses
reed to quit last Tuesdayt
lack of the and other prospective members," Bowden said yesterday, "but Work was started this week on a $7,500 two-bedroom,

by a quorum, many are co-operating by sending their membership checks in concrete block home for Mr. and Mrs. Frank Raeburn at 709
council will
'ce! city con- by mail, or leaving them at the C. of C. office." Barcelona avenue, one block north of West Venice avenue

e the session tonight, It is hoped, he said, that the drive can be completed before and a block east of the Gulf beach.
ting at the city hall at 8 the next of the .
meeting chamber's board
of directors, which will Expected 10 oe completed within -'

be held at the C. of C, office next Thursday evening, February two months, the new Raeburn

Tuesday night'i meeting 13, at 8 o'clock. At that time, machinery will be set up for the home will be the first of perhaps Mysterious Dead
|barely gotten under way when
election of several new directors, with all 1947 members partici- 50 ($7,500 to $12,000) similar
S. council Fish 'Invasion'Believed
T. Thompson,
pating in the balloting, which will probably be conducted by structures to be built In that undeveloped -
t, received an emergency call mail, according to Secretary Harry Beach. but desirable
|had to leave. As Councilman At EndAt
residential section of Venice
gt Botts was out of town on
to Robert S.
w, the council lacked a quo- Baynard, week's end, it appears that a
president of the Venice Land Co.
| and had to adjourn without fortunate shift in the wind and the

cting any business save pay- Ten Planes 15 Men Due through financed.whom the work Is being cold snap have combined to save

t of bills. Venice and vicinity beaches froma

Guy Curwood is general con continuation of the "dead fish"nuisance
I tonight the
meeting, major
Here tractor on the job. Plans filed with
: of discussion is expected to Next WednesdayOut that broke out near Fort
Hiram R. Ide, city building in- Myers two weeks ago and has
current plan to redraft Ven-
slowly been working its
of the sky next week-probably Wednesday P-38s, the northward.

BREAKS LEG famous twin-tail 'Lightnings" of World War II fame, are slated to $4,500 PERMITA

swoop down upon Venice Air Base after a flight from New Orleans. $4,500 building permit, covering With the cause of the killing off
Councilman George Botti, Jr., .. of the fjsh still shrouded in mystery -
The planes, and the 15 construction of a iix
Aped and fell while) leaving men accompanying -although everything from ,
Palm March of DimesContributions them, are scheduledto room concrete block home at I'
Grill after lunch list atom bomb tests in the Caribbeanto
be here for two weeks, before 529.533 South Nokomis avenue,
(edneiday and broke Mi left a huge submarine explosion is
proceeding to South America on was Issued this week by City
He wn taken to Sarasota being advanced-the fact remains .1

pltal, where attending phy. Total $585.43Contribution a map-making expedition. Building Inspector Hiram R. that millions of fish have perished
Ide to C. E. .
|ass report he will have to While full details have not been in the Gulf recently. ,

niin for tome time. Hit wife, from the \cmce- revealed, Venice city officials with the home man of Mrs.who Ardrla li a gUilt Le Pel.at Dr. W. L. Wright, county health I

elyn, who left last week for Nokomis-Laurel district to the whom tentative arrangements are officer, made a personal inspection 4
ley. He will act his
ai own con.
Powell, Va., where her grand. recent March of Dimes campaign being made for use of barracksand tractor. of the situation here Tuesday and

jtther le III, li facilities at Venice Air Base .1
returning to totaled $585.43, it was reported said he believed there would be no
nice this week end. were informed the men are to health danger, but spraying would ,I
this week by Richard H. Gedney, undergo two weeks of intensive spector, show the new Raeburn be done wherever dead fish were 1

l zoning ordinance. The coun- Venice chairman of the infantile aerial photography and mapmaking home will consist of two bedroom, cast upon the beach.

will accept petitions from cit- paralysis fund diive training here before leaving for living room, dining room, kitchen, Dr. Wright said he believed the 1
the Amazon River district of Brazil bath and garage, Mr. and Mrs. ,J
i regarding general zoning of Gedney expressed appreciation I fish were being killed by one of
Raeburn operate the Venice Beach Nature's sudden i
|cll>'. for the fine response, particularly phenomena, the
Ernest E. Linsert of Sarasota, Casino. multiplying of a one-cell marine
New ParkImportant from donors of the Nokomis com-
southern sales manager for Lom- I More Significant animal that Is poisonous to fish. "

other matter slatedme munity. The local schools also responded baido and Rappleyea, Inc., of New Interested observers pointed "Nature's way of maintaining a '

up will be the city's plans generously, he said, with Orleans, Higgins pleasure craft out, however, that issuance of the proper balance of life in the sea,
squire[ all of Block 51-the
i block en- the Laurel school turning in $80.19, distributors, came here early this Raeburn home permit is far more perhaps," he commented.
I Venice avenue-for between K.M.I. and the Venice-Nokomis school week to confer with city officials significant than simply the start ofa While numerous dead fish were e

city park. use as a contributing $78.58. Coin boxes and Jim Harter of Fette Aircraft new residential development. For washed in on Manasota, Venice,

f business housesof concerning arrangements to use its site, Lot 14, Block 1, lies squarely and Treasure Island beaches early fin
ugh placed in various
gift or purchase, the accounted for $47.66 the local fields for the last-minute within the right-of-way for the the week, J. D. Piercy of the
already the district
| has
acquired all of the training of their men. He said he I (Continued on Last Page) (Continued on Page/ Two) ;
(Continued on Page 2) of the total.IA .
expected their stay here to run '
WARNS PILOTS AGAINST from February .12 to 26.



[ in seeing that local planes refrain from dangerously I Coming EventsFriday I The Venice-Nokomis Women's Club met at the lovely home of

| over Venice, or "buzzing," was promised this week by Mrs. H L. Mundy on Venezia Parkway for a musical tea last Wednes-

I of J. and J. Aircraft and Jim Harter of Fette Aircraft day afternoon. .

wth E. J. Ulrich, CAA Sarasota district Inspector._ :, February 7 The club president, Mrs. Louise.

.. Joyner, who leased Albee municipal 4pm., annual meeting, No- M. Burtis, opened the business to the public and tickets may be

airport, and Harter, who is komis Communities, at the Villa meeting with the reading of'"Fed- purchased from any member of

WeatheR Fette's Venice Air Base manager, Nokomis. erated Women's Club-Club Col- the club for $1, which price will

met with Ulrich this week to discuss 7:30: p m., School of Missions, lect" Mrs. Eugene Maier, secre- Include refreshments.

'MATURtRAINFALL increasing complaints recently First Baptist Church. tary-treasurer, read the minutesof At the close of the business ses-

High Low Inches that planes here sometimes have 8pm., Venice-Nokomis High the last meeting, also the treas- (Continued on Page Two) r

. OIIly reported _-..-_.?.".0.00 not been observing the CAA flight vs K.M.I. JV's basketball game, urer's report.
I'M. It ,_. 77 5... .,0.00
which ships to Mrs. Burtis announced appoint-
I regulations, .
Fib 11ftb '. ,,75 64_..._0.00 gjmp INCOME TAX AID .
1 __ fly at a minimum height of 1,000 of ment of the following committee
_.. 19 54.0.00 S m., adjourned meeting I Daniel Webster, In charge of
. "b. 1 __ U 150.__.. 0.00 feet over a city and 1,500 above an council, city hall. chairmen:
'.b, 4 ._ 78 69. ..._.0.00 airport. 'Buzzing," or swooping city Library, Mrs. C. S. Alden; pub- the Tampa office, Collector of

,P'eb. 5 -so 19.__....0.00 down close to a house or other object Sunday, February 9 licity, Mrs. D. H. Devins; house, Internal Revenue, will come to
'.b. 6 ,_ 66 12..0.00 bowling match, Venice club Venice, with an Militant, on
to date Is prohibited by the CAA 8pm Mrs. Clyde Higel; ,
this ,
month _.._..0.09
Venice Monday and Tuesday, February
: The "."ia OI'ItIp" this week "anytime, any place." vs Sarasota Circus, at Mrs. M. Cousins; legislation-citi-
i.many Venetians. to dig their from Bowlakade. zenship, Mrs. Helen Duncan; con- 17 and 18, to aid local residents
out of control planes
the mothball and a "We cannot
stater Visitors to make and Joyner Monday, February 10 servation, Mrs. James Harrison; In making out their Income
: Harter
eneks ftorlda other cities
about ." ,
tax forms.
Mrs. E. Hulme (Miss
ultal w :la;:* limply list aj few said, "but we'll certainly be happyto 8:30: p. m, No-Vel American membership,
n i low chairman) Webster advised Secre.
temperaturescvrmntatlve Marion Smith, acting ; 10
"'a.d northern see that all ships operating Legion post meets, Legion
'em and feel better these regulations Venice Air Base. flower, Mrs. Frank Howard; lunch- tary Harry Beach of the Venice-
of our fields obey house,
-.-___ 15 eon, Mrs. J. H. Scales; ways and Nokomis Chamber of Com
--__.___ J ." Tuesday, February 11
means, Mrs. H. L. Mundy; hospi- merce this week.
II ____.._...._... Hatter also asked that the pub- 7:30 m., bowlers' meeting,
-.. ..--_.._ J auto- : p. tality, Mrs. DeWitt Dowling; rep- No charge will be made for
8L Paul ___.._..__..,,-8 lic be warned against Bowlakade. resentative to C. of C., Mrs. Vincent the service and Webster and
ph4 _._____. 15 mobiles or riding bicycles on the 8 p. m., P.-T. A. meeting, Ven- Dixon; representative to city hit Militant will lie at the C.
II _______ strips at Venice School.
runways or apron ice-Nokomis High council, Mrs. Helen Duncan.. of C. office from 8:30: a. m. to
___.._.. such a
It out that
Air Base pointing 13
------1 Thursday, February It was announced that the club 6 p. m. on the two dayi. Tax

____ I practice is extremely dangerous land at, 8 p. m., Venice-Nokomis Chamber will sponsor a benefit bridge party forms of all kinds an now

York .---....-....- Inasmuch as planes may of Commerce directors' meet at K.M.I. at 8 p. m. Monday, Feb- available at the C. of C. office.

_-,-. ...1..____ any minute and a bad accident ing, C. of C. office. ruary 17. The affair will be open

-----f may result.

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\ : :',1' Concert Service I (Continued town FM 1) Clippint,,

'" block except for three 50-foot lots

II: Approval 'and nine 25-foot lots belonging to
I.i : six different owners. Seven of By BILL MILLER
Service Club of
Community these lots are expected to be ob- Captain Daniel Water a*.
presented the well-known rodsburg, Ky..
tained in the near future, leaving joined
Malcolm McMillan ulty last
Mrs. CtptaSjl
f : ,only five 25-foot lots fronting on
Paul, Minn, at the first con- a West Point
needed before the graduate
if Venice avenue 01 J
of their season on Thursday 1943 and
: : city has title to the whole block. served overseas,
", January 30. I he was forced to !
While the city has not yet made retire bw .!
i ) Ann Tilley lent her beau- ill health. Although
( detailed for the park'i lay- 1eV
plans *
')I' home for the occasion and tors told him to "take
{J out, it has been proposed that the It east
i I acompanied Mrs. McMillan at entered 13 tennis '
entire northern half be left undis- toun
piano. turbed, for use as a K.MI parade during the summer, proms
of English the quarterfinals I
j i varied program ground as well as for enjoymentof In seven!
German songs, Mrs. McMillan The Scorpion
the general public.
"{ her beautiful voice with ease has organized and _
: and As to the southern half tentative win\ III] ]
She has a charming first
: taste. game with the Ve
call for erection thereon ofa -No-li
giving plans
personality team tonight
I, and understanding to her civic building that could not only
.II provide quarters for the police de- Track is being started
well-known as
Mrs Tilley,
I in the
j' y pianist, gave the perfect partment and other city offices, companies and for *
,. : I to make each but furnish a small auditorium, weeks will run competition
", and other facilities the company basketball inlk
r a finished performance. reading room, teams.
I I next concert to be present- for entertainment of winter vis-
.1 the Community Service Club itors as well as year-around residents -

tit be a return engagement of FOOD SALEA

i*f Marti, violinist, and Gun- Frank Raeburn, chairman of the home-made food saltwjj
t.' Nilsson, pianist, on February Venice Business Association's civicplanning held, starting at 1030 a. s.
1 : : in the K.M.I. lobby. committee, and his assist- Saturday February 15, a
I\ s"i -Aline Saunders. ants, Howard Whaley and Leland from tomorrow' In the Meant 4

?/ Potts, plan to ask the council tonight next to the VcmceA'okomiiB
0' : Brothers to draw up definite plansfor It will be spa .ored by SLKi
Guild, with proceeds trj
the new park. gong
7ti\ Park St Mark E*
: 'copal Church I
I Tennis courts, shuffleboardcourts
t : Business horseshoe pitching courts, Items to je DId win
l't : cookies, cake nato salad!
,; and other facilities designed to ,
t 0 : : of Thomas M. Wrede, ,make life in Venice more enjoy- meat loaves, ked ham, I

t, l.. and Charles "Chuck" Wrede able for both winter visitors and beans, sand\v'..1CI etc, Ito
t : Nokomis were surprised this the home folk should be built as Mrs. D. II De\'inl, P
t : : : : to learn that the two broth- soon as possible, Raeburn declared chairman for i I', Guild.BUSINESS.
: together with their respective "We would like to see action

: .: : : Mae: and Irene, are moving taken immediately," he said, "andwe
I Avon Park where they have don't believe it is necessaryto

: a cleaning business. wait until the city has acquiredthe AND
.1,', : popular couples have been entire block. If the city needs PROFESSIONALDIRECTORY
r : active in work of the help in financing these improve-
"" ; No-Vel American Legion post ments, we are sure we can obtain
: : i its auxiliary, with Tommy be- contributions for such a project,
r : I commander of the post since if it is started Immediately."

4 \ ; I organized last spring. WILLIAM LAMAR B


( from page 1) TRANSACT
of"F On Phone Punta Gordi 3I e S
i Bath Club, on Treasure Island,

s Appendicitis reported yesterday that no more
had been tossed up since Wednes-
Dr. H. J. Hoeppwl
( Venice boy and a Nokomis day's chill wind and near-freezing
t' t are recovering this week I weather. Hollywood Apt Hotel-MIanl

i undergoing appendicitis op- Hre M.1J, 2.S Peas
within hours of each other
y i ( eek ago yesterday at the Sara- SERVICE, CALL

Hospital. James E. Blades, Ml
are 20* St. Augustine AM.
of Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Bowen I SHOPBox PHONES: Office 3251-H
HOURS: W. to ', Ee05
and Sidney Wilkinson, 1"t .
14, Venice Phone 21M Thursday d > P a
t of Mr. and Mrs. John Wil-
of Venice.

j Arrivals AtWorthington FETTE AIRCRAFT SERVICE

ti 1{ ,
Specialising In All Types of

arrivals at the Worth- AIRCRAFT PARTS, REPAIRS AND

} ( include Mr. and Mrs. Rob CONVERSIONSCharter

# Haverfield of Coral Gables, Service to Any Place in Florida
e ; Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Rausch,

10 Iowa; Mr. and Mrs. Hans Hangar Space To Rent


t Howard Page, New Vienna, J. A. HARTER Airport Manager
N Y: + | ; Mr and Mrs C. L. Raymond, Main Hangar VENICE AIR BASE Phone<

Me.; Mr. and Mrs. Ray

Binghampton, N. Y.;
and Mrs. Dominick Cerretani

family, Binghampton, N Y.;
and Mrs. E. E. Leatherbury SWEATERSAND

Dr. and Mrs. Kennedy, ML
{'i r Fla.; Mr. and Mrs. W. L.

i San Diego, Calif.; Dr. and

Woofter, Washington, D. C.;;
y ( and Mrs. C. L. Boren, Louis-
{ .', Ky.; Mr. and Mn G. W. WOOL SKIRTS!

I I and family of Adairsville,
; Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Rey-


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$3.98 to
'1 Coughs Sweaters .

Due to Colds Skirts . $1.79

4S cents today *t any drug
for a bottle of BUCKLETS CAN-
', IOl. aOXTUIUt-trlpie teUnc eeU LANIER'SDRY :
I l7 to help loosen ap thkk, sticky
f.-aooth* Irrluted throat OKB- .
and tt hard couching spew.
1| It the very meat tint*cold results GOODS AND ;
wracking ltubbora ooogb-sod out
youneif bow food aid effective It .
em** dot to told Get BOCK- READYTOWEARphone gift
CAMADIOL mrrrax-flude IB

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February 7. 1947. GONDOLIER
Page Three

Story of a Florida Neighbor law enforcement agencies have im- citizenship to united support of

Charm portant tasks.' They know how sound and reasonable measures to
and they can do the job, provided promote the public safety.
Beauty they have public support. Withoutit The job remains to be done butit
they can do little or nothing. has been tackled in a common

Salon The program is, therefore, mov. sense, realistic fashion. I am con
ing off steadily and surely on a fident that the people of Florida
safe course We have organized to will finish this task.
Trixia and Luell get the facts, to place them before

223 West Miami Avenu I the people and to stimulate the Classified Ads Get Returns

Phone 2811

i+,, tk Jr'tr' WELLS DRILLED

fCU 4" 6" 8" 10" 12"

We Will Have Late Model Equipment

Here Within 30 Days
You Own A


Dodge? Drinkers The high-dirt mini behind the wheel of this far had been drinking/ 323 W. Venice Ave. Phone 2665MASONRY
involved In
Ira/fir accidents
DeSoto? up to 1316. Drinking and driving through Constitutes Florida last year added
a highway crimeWorthy
of Hit
penallr National
conservation Bureau that ..
warns It
It not to much the drunk driver
but the
Plymouth? quirk nnet-Jrirer who it she real highway murdrrtr.Traffic drinking-. lira or three CONTRACTORSSEE

If 10, whenever your car US FOR
needi attention, bring It to
ui, or Just "Call George," Safety in Florida Cement Floors Block Laying
| Venice 2581. .
By MILLARD F, CALDWELL Plastering Stuccoing
Governor of Florida
Foundations Sidewalks
We Specialize In Repairing
Traffic safety is a challenging problem. That problem can be
Chrysler Product solved by an alert and energetic citizenship. .We Can Secure Your Materials
The difficulty of the problem is more imaginary than real. It
arises from a point.of. view which accepts with a shrug of indifference FREE ESTIMATES PHONE 2438
We Pick Up And statistics that should stimulate use
Deliver Your Car to concerted action-the point of of these problems, beginning with JUD GUY CHARLES

view" that "it cannot happen to the assembling of representative j CURWOOD 1

NOKOMISGARAGE me. citizens from all sections of the |I VENICE ENGLEWOOD
Same Policy state to study the facts and pro- .
In facing this problem. I have po e businesslike solutions.
followed the same policy that I The conference held in Orlando
followed in respect to the problems attracted hundreds of interested,
George T. Devlin, Prop.
public spirited citizens who -
of education, Juvenile dehn- separated
On the Trail Phone 2581 quency, taxation, water control. I into committees to give de- ResidentialLots
asked the citizens of Florida to tailed and specific study to the
of the total I
solutionA phases problem. am
take an active part in the
hopeful that the studies will resultin "
concrete plans of action and
that the interest manifested will
Privilege to Live In FloridaA I fan out into every county and

i community in Florida so that a
Distinction to Live In Venice
united citizenship will support the
proposals and put them into effect.
H. N. WIMMERSRealtor Much at Stake

Much is at stake. Unless traffic '
On Improved Streets
accidents are checked, almost
every Florida family will be affected -
VENICE FLORIDA I within a brief space of time j
by the death or injury of a mem-
Where tha Tamlaml Trail Meets the Open Gulf I ber or a close friend. For Sale Below

Some of our citizens are fright- v
ened by the prospect of future war Cost of Improvements
and by the threat of the atomic
bomb but the more spectacularmeans
"In the Heart of the Business District" of destruction are by no -

means as menacing to our securityand

Our problem is to find the meansto
EL PATIO HOTEL save lives, avoid injuries and TO BUY j

preserve property. That objectiveis
Howard Whaley, surely worth some of our time -
Manager and thought.

$3 Day and Up-Weekly Rates The cost to us in life and limb Building Materials Will
Phone 3572 of tolerating poorly designed intersections -
225 West Venice Avenue VENICE
and crossings, careless
and drunken driving, the operationof Be Available Shortly

unsafe vehicles, is tremendous.
- -
We cannot afford It. The cost in -
I SAY- CAVE YOU SUN property damage alone does not

,46IS LORDSHIP? justify a continued policy of neglect Prices Range From ,

There is little difficulty about $300 to $2200VENICE
the design and construction of safer .
Vl highways and street facilities. The -0-
problem of drafting and enforcing,
1 sound and uniform traffic laws and
ordinances is simple and easy of
\ t solution. The only real difficult LANDCOMPANY
CONK task in the whole program Is to
arouse the people to action and
to sustained support of wise policies -

In the solution of this problemwe
depend upon educators and
those who direct the dissemination -
:: ) of information to the public.
It is highly encouraging that
education has such a prominent
Why all the turmoil and congestion It'l elemenur'll 'IS of part to play in the Florida high-
LORDSHIP has spread the news about the large, and selection It seems way safety plan. Traffic safety ROBERT 8. BAYNARD FRANK D. ROEBUCK
nationally known liquors available at PONDER'S brendl. must begin early and must be President Saleamanager
they their preferred
are all headed there for
taught in the schools.
Preee SupportIt
JIM PONDER'S is also encouraging that the 3581
have volunteeredso
; -\ ,. \ 'IE LIQUORS ERI press much and enlightened radio support to the "In Business To Help Build Venice and Venice Values"may '

\ c'" i V <\ I Florida highway safety plan.
I,' Our engineers, lawmakers and

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.I Bay Point, Nokomis
Ii, Maurlece
10 a.m Sunday School, (1aIttt ;
.. 11 a.m. Morning
T ."; Youngk FI worship .
.'. 1 1uirJ O '
AI'I 7.m Wednesday., ,vrnh a 6enlce": 'rOW

..il prayer and a.nR wring". 1114-sat
r "I do not agree with a word you say, but I will tQ aaa a I. Englewood ServIt"
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defend with my life your right to say it.-VOLTAIRE Lampe a .m.slip's.t+un ial) A,4 111.Lot,
Ii p. m, Church ,
j Fervlc
313 West %
fl 1g Published every Friday. Editorial and business office, -
'if( Venice Avenue, Venice, Florida P, O. Box 632. Telephone Venice 3131. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
.t Mural'
10 am, Bible Clans
Entered ai second clait matter June 6, 1946, at the port office 11 a.m. Mnrnlnjf service.
.t Venice, Florida, under the Act of March 8, 1879. e 10 p.m.p.m. Evening BY."SO .".\: .
Subscription rates: One year, $250; six months, 1150; three (LEOVGLEP prayernservice: 1 pm. d'M
months 75c, Classified advertising rate: 2 cents per word, first 20 s
words; 1 cent per word for each additional word. :. OSPREY BAPTIST CHURCH
,I CARROLL H. WILLIAMS ...... Editor and Publisher 10 a.Rev m.J.Sunday W. Hinton, Paste. I
.1' ''. HELEN WILLIAMS .._..................___....._....__... Office Manager Morning service; < p School. m B.: n T. 11., *
4Ky p. m Evening service; Wtdn1ldlrI; I
p. m., prayer mntlni
'I' EditorialMajor -

7 story in this week's Florida Feature Section of Riviera St CHURCH and Picrmo, Plus
The Gondolier covers activities of the State Board of Health. Dr Leonard IV F.' I'11'\'k."' Asps
P 45 a ftJ Fnnday Itch I'.
t We recommend that ,YOU read the article and then reread 11 a.m.Inrnlnlf service.
this editorial if you me interested in health problems.
The 1947 Florida legislature will be asked to virtually CHURCH Venice Avenue OF COD

double this state's current appropriation of $800.000 annually. ncv C. l>. J,'rnlc-mi. pastor

Wne quote from the State Board of Health's January "Z: LOWExNewark MINE. IN mTS1SUU1-4!" II 10. a a.m.m. Irea Sunday' 'sing School
issue of'"Florida Health Notes": 7 30 p m I'r. 11.
Thursday, 7:0 P.m Young peon|
r "E\"en' citizen of Florida is we believe, vitally interested 8ervsre.
4 ill in the health of all the people in Florida. They are interested Friday. 7.S p rr 'Mlt mppe

# not onl\ because the\ know health is important, but because Man Eleven Florida counties will VENICE CATHOLIC CHURCH
without health man other good things of life, such as economic present their agricultural and industrial Gulf Theatre Venice Venice Avenue

f. \\ell-beirg are impossible. It is our belief that this Named Godard resources with magnificent Rev T. L. I: ender, Pastor
/, state carrot proper unless the maximum effort is made exhibits at the 1947 Florida t a.m, Maps.Gas .

towards p-:**i..r j the health of each and every citizen." Flight Manager State Fair in Tampa, Feb. 4 to 1J .

',\'* ..'. : t-: from Governor Millard F. Caldwell's reCent ,
:: :'t?I't> : the people of this state, in which her p I Appointment of Robert Piggott, -RoomsCOPPER on StomachRelieved

c: "_-..",ii t-a ?.* iMi app' priotion for public healthbe Newark, N. J., man recently discharged Redecorated in 5 minutes or

d: : from the Army Air Forces, Rites Reasonable KETTLE when .double...... : -your money-,luck..... .ri
''a.e: we'ghed! it strikes me as manager of flight operations for Swimming i Pool INN Ins m. our b.. i torn mtprwrlhf
"' -.. trit would in line Godard Flying Service at Venice (For Guests Only) oympl,'mat,the rvl fi'.r ,New n a Inm Iwo to
: ; ; _. := put us
M t;: i : :.JIt r t- ts sit S. Harbor Drive VENICE T.nlels. ii Wall i h ai ;nM balm,a,
\\v.r t:n* :i t.-t r.; "t ::.: ;:-*:* :.:* 5t.1tfS IT this field giving Air Base was announced this week Phone I1SS to Hint...or ZScil amiMr ill r drum, II. "k anuuee"

,I ..* t .i. .*: .:': .: : ]c';';:-1..J .r-::"-ij-z rore help for thematry ,I by Ray Godard.
c*..r*. '. .*..AU .u: ,__'..t tit.t" for combating Piggott is CAA-rated as a com-

1 veretae.I: .! ir: :rt: : r :ri'.:.*'t are: effective sanitary ,'mercial, Instrument, single and J. J. (Joe)

ti ent::: *::.-.. ... .. .. multi-engine land plane instructor. JOSSART e
V .. w t, :.l- : ..inpror'am all along He and !Mrs Figgott plan to make
the lire art.t1: : :! : Florida citizens their home in Vence. .

I It strikes .:..E "...a:: ......:. ."t.-:.t.:: "" .. J ... ,_.m'r...:. vJe and isorth and

the with cost.that I judgment bee: ,t t-..-. ';&51 =&: .rFndar.s: will agree "I'Danville Colony' G.LKin( )

The Gondojer, t- He: %;es most Floridians will approve i[Started in NokomisWhen KINCAID

a bigger and better pubic: health program in this state. If you
: P. 0, Box 134
agree why not write right MW> to our state senator. William Mr. and Mrs. W C. An- 323 Mohler W. Venice Bldfl Ave. VENICE

J Ray of Bradenton. or state representative, Jerry. Collins of I derson and daughter, Callalrd, of Phone 2665
Sarasota and so advise them* A postcard would .do.t Danville, Ky., decided last winter
that liked "Dependable Plumbing That Will Stand
they Nokomis well
"1 1 111111111111 I 1111111 I II I II I I III 1111111111111 t t so
that they would purchase a home Inspection"I
INVEST IN A CITY WITH A FUTURE there, no one anticipated what

*i this week had developed into virtually -
w a "Danville colony" there. B. and B. BAR

.tai Homeiltes On Bay And Gulf Investment Properties i Mrs Bruce Rigby, at whose

GG Acreage Farms Rentals home Mr. and Mrs. Jeptha Jett 305 WEST VENICE AVENUE
of Danville are currently guests
RICHARD H. GEDNEY reports that other Danvilhtes win- "Always You'll Find Here,

tering or buying homes or home- "Besides Light Wines And Beer

p.ary stated REAL ESTATE B+oh t sites in Nokomis Include:
Dr, and Mrs Hereford Smith, "A Pleasant Atmosphere,

Box 211 Phone 1311Theetre 4 and son, Hereford, j Jr; Mr. and ."Good Friends Good Talk, Good Cheer"BUD
y Building Venice Fla. I Mrs. J. L, Murphy, Mr. and Mrs.R. ,
- - - - OATMAN |
- B.
l Hamilton, and Mr. and Mrs. NEWBERRY

IS THERE SUCH THING AS Claude Mr. and Akins Mrs Sam Nichols, Mr

and Mrs. A. Snyder, Mr and Mrs.J. .

E. Wiseman, Mr. and Mrs. W. C


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,. Increasing millions "WE INVITE YOUR ACCOUNT'Member
W-clalm medical tnthartttoi,who ought to Snap Back With
know I Nature has so constructed and physically C *,
endowed woman that In many cases aoe s of Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
apt to suffer certain distressing symptoms
I during her life. For Instance, when she enters
womanhood or during the menopause, the $5000
I Insurance
period when fertility ebba away. $5000
Now if on 'certain days' of the month fe For Each Depositor
male functional monthly disturbance are
r causing you to suffer! from pain, nervous distress -
and feel so tired, cranky you snap at
} our children and husband-then do try Lyifs DeIiDI4 to
speedily relieve
Pinkham's etable Compound to relieve tM simple
a 4. such symptoms.ef famous this purpose.1r 41eoomtorta! headachepanful* neuralgia.El SUBSCRIPTION ORDER

Mode ESPECALLY For Girl end) Women Maaauwd
Ptakham's Compound Don 'MORI than relieve form (or quick assimilation.Oautlon. P. O Box 832.
such monthly It ,
pain ALSO relieve accompanying
.. nervous tendon,irritability and weak ft Proof or merit. 81m type fOr. Venice, Florida
hlghstrung thnuoutt due cause. JlmUla over ODe-thtrcI tat ...*
Taken regularly the century. Pleas send me THE.VENICE: GONDOLIER
great medicine helps build tip resistance t7. 8. P. lnare41e1l&l.
pf inft such distrest. A thing npv IeIIIIIbIoL1d1a D "'
woman should want to dot ---torJtett.doootrolied. year ($2.50) dz months (|J50)

FinknamU Compound Is also 'very I&a rd" ran 01 war., or three months (75c) .
effective to relieve hot flashes and those fanny, D soil ., (Check which)
embarrassing feelings during the yean 88 to
A 6J when due to the funcUoaal .middle-age' DM only M dinotsd. (All subscriptions must be paid In advance)
period peculiar: to women.
Flnkhams Compound Is north tryfngt ButTat Address .
t -/a_ 4a _, STAN BACH Nametit __. "
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February ,


[ Venice Bowlakade VENICE BOWLAKADEMEN'S I Sarasota Circus To VESPER SERVICE Rev. H. T Jelks, former pastor of I

Bowl Venice Team People of Venice and vicinity are the Baptist church here, will be
Women's League LEAGUEFINAL invited to attend KMIs evening the guest preacher

Here Next SundayVenice vesper service at 7:30 next Sunday I'

evening in the KMI gym The
W L AVERAGES keglers will meet a Sara. Classified Ads Get Returns

1II1t1'" __-_-_- 16 00 (Compiled by Marjorie Adorjan, sota circus team on the Bowls
,arID - __ I (Note: League play ha been day PHONE 3531
'orlll .. con. night at 8 oclock in the first
lm --- -- \ eluded, with exception of one pout-
Multa rl's :Friday; "nuaryirBmltty': poned match between Venice Lumber meeting between the two squads.
footed J. J. Aircraft I to 0; Neaod and B. & B, which will be held next I Last Sunday,the Venetians dropped
,. defeated Palm I. Bmltty Orlll a 2 defeat to 1: Tuesday night) another inter-city match to the BOLDT AND SONS

,0daY. February Joa art, V Laundry .... ..
0 J. 4J defeated 17l
; ; regular
[ Sarasota
Pelm ..uott[ O Curwood' Smlttya ... . ..174 five, 2359 to 2655.
eelewood J. Burkctt. B & LI _. : . ... lei Jud Curwood rolled a 216 Plumbing Waterproofing
AVCHAOtt J.\ l:Curwood, Smlttya ... ... game
(Compiled by M.rJor'' AdorJ.n, renton tarl'a ...,,. '' "' hi and 518 series to top the local Painting Exterior and Interior
League I"rotary.) Jones, Venice Food .: :'m keglers.
1 Charm Beauty ___.13' Kuy kendall, V laundry .:.. .. :..::: Other local series totals Carpenter Work Steel Fabrication
Kroood. Bmltty i m a X"'vI Burkett., Lnrl"' B .& U ... .. were: Guy Curwood, 478; Jim
Eivri. Vvltlewoodrideon ==== a ... .: m
J. J ___._ ._.121 Devin.. K Club 112 Oakley, 512; Gene Burkett, 388;
third, Smltty -.___.124 Koogler Dietrich,, K B Club"B .....1,0 Joe Jossart, 463 FREE ESTIMATES

Knot Eorjan; '. Charm--'m Mlllama. V ,i"I: :147:
jeger, Adrian .
.11' 141
ockman, Charm iruhard, bmltty .. : III Hayes Donates
:::.l tmfiti'8---m Duke, HIgel'e :. ...146
III Hodgln, H gel a :. 145
Ettltr" '! Charm Nestlewooi Adrian, Adrian .::.145 Oranges to County Passenger Hops
m iu\al, ..
Grill 145 11
don, J.Palm& J -111 ihanley, K Club .. .:. .: 145 School Children
11, Neitlewood-.____:.Ill Raoburn, rrnltty. ?. 141 $ $1.50See
Stephen.' V. Lumber .
,11 ktr,, Farla Nestlewood_.____.111 111 Wolf B & B ..... ...... ... .. ':J W P. "Perry" Hayes of Venicenot klv Beautiful l Venice. and Nearby

woo....Charm Kmlttyy _'....___._.___.110 101b Oakley Arnali,' V.V Lumber Laundry... ...... ... .:..:.,:..Ii: only is a member of the county O Gulf Coast From the Air
bmltty 106 J. C. Blorsrth V, Laundry .141 school board, but is superintendent LEARN TO FLY IN 8 EASY
;a rl! .: =:: =:: : T. Wrede, Hlgel's .... 14\ of LESSONS .
Boyce r .. J.; &" J. ....... _.__..._... 101lIurl' Rich Smitty' III the famous Stone Grove here- Government-Approved School
Palm Grill _._............101lIh Adorlan4 J( Club 1111 which turned out to be a "break"' r6 !I
Earl'. .. __... .101I Keys. Food .. IIn Continuous Enrollment I
I<>,Teeth: Palm"Orlll' _.___...-.. 99 Lrwellyn Welt. V., Adrlinn Food 11: % for Sarasota county school chil- J & J AIRCRAFT INC.
Curie. ____ 9. 131 dren this ,
Palm OrlUVISITS __..__.. Schlllmver. K Hub .
unity, .. e9 Earl, >. arl . m At the last school board AUTHORIZED ERCOUPE DEALERS401Q
tee .ll : =:=-:- n Surle, Adrian'. meeting,
;; ..; \II: F. 0
Haynes. Xel""n, V. I.umh'r 132 Hayes told his fellow members Joyner P. O. Box 2g1 E. T. Denham
Archer V. Ford 1:11: VENICE 2551 VENICE SARASOTA 6306
FAMILY Smith Ellrl'o .. .12 that he had read where even Florida 1

Mrs. Clyde P. Lasbury, daugh- C.Roldt\\'red, V., 11I".1'Iumlo.r. 1-1t children living close to orange

r of Mr and Mrs J. E. Bartlett I. V. 1II0r..th. V. Laundry 126 groves; lire not getting enough Vitamin -

Venice and sister of Mrs. Ruth (Crawford'. Bo ne. V.Hlgel Lumber. .121 121 C, "so I want to donate 300 JUST IN TIME FORVALENTINE'S

uykendall of the Venice Bay ewberr>, 11 it B 105 bushels of oranges to the childrenof

Park arrived here last Sarasota schools DAYNext
tier county he
onday from Broad Brok, Conn, Mrs. Mundy Again said. The board accepted his gift ( Friday, Feb. 14)

th her daughters, Cherick and Chosen To HeadSt. with thanks. ,
lana Lynn, and their governess,


H. Mrs. Lasbury, who is stay- $1.75 $1.10 $1.25 Ib
Mrs H L. Mundy was reelected PLUMBING, HEATING
I at the Tailer Park, expects her AND REPAIRS

flsband to Join the family here Inweek president of St Mark's Guild "No Job Too Large, No Job NedkwooJ qp S4ap

or two.Sarasota. when that organization held its Too Small
Venice 2315 Sarasota 70542P.
annual election of officers meeting 0 Box '1832 Sarasota 219 West Venice Avenue Phone 3143
last Tuesday afternoon at the rectory -
of St. Marks Episcopal

Church, with Dr Leonard Strj'ker
v. presiding.

VeniceOn Mrs Jarvis Adams was named }

first Nice-president; Mrs A F.

Our Alley 8 p. m. Erdenberger was chosen second

vice-president, and Mrs Eugene
Maier treasurer.was re-elected secretary- Great days are ahead df ,

Meeting to form New Men's After Dr. Stryker paid tributeto this nation and the world la
league Will Be Held Here 7:30: Mrs. Mundy for her untiring

services on behalf of the Guild And will
P, m, Next Tuesday. All Spon- electricity
tea was served. Mrs M. D Mc
tors, Team Captains and Bow-
Millan acted as hostess, assisted by I have a to play
great part @
lips Har- e'
Mrs. Erdenberger and Mrs

Invited.VENICE old ThomasJcratchinsH. granted only that it can 0 t :

@ $1 UU1)) !J
Itf ) be unfettered see with full


For quick relief from itching caused by enema, opportunity for the largo
GRILL athlete foot scabs pimples and other itch,nl r
conditions. use pure cool.m. mtdicated I quid
ODD. PntcmfTiON A doctors formulaGreascless est possible individual '
245 West Miami Ave. and IIInI_ Soothes comforts and
qiucaly calm intense itching 35c teal bottle J JI JNr.
Phone 26(1 proves i tor mooty back Dontsuffrr Ask you initiative and
druggist today for D. D. D. PHuciurTiOM. energy. Ji

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it word first 10 wordl 1o each additional word Minimum' charge,
Bo. C.Nitlt Ad. Special rates for moro than one Insertion et the
tame id Ads d over the telephone' (2MI up to S p. mTnunday .
w :understanding advertiser will remit payment promptly) ate;


''l BUCK four-door aupar.aedanPdo .'I APART '1 00 PerGMonthNT:
body Good ISO to
See at Texaco lrta: equipped.I Phone "71
Also furnished room with private
DT'S BlCYCLIC. Little Md. bath, two blocks from Cult f
t.r bra II., C&ITJ-aU basket

*U. JOHNSON outboard motor H E D Kdlsoa wu a custom ol out*.
Dick Rich' Venice Carats I HOISE.Monthly orUwillNIra... By
and laboratories in
Both his home
[uually wellbullthorse trailer March 1. Dr. W. L. Wright Saraaota
fate body, lined with County Health Dept., Baraaota Florida '
plywood ft Mr*'* wr served by
separator and boo'straps.. Can
*"". .Heavy Nearly trailer new ltd kltca.x K Wolf allMres REAL ESTATE FOR SALE Power & Light Company W. are

yr Service, Venlo .
proud that In however mall a way,

FOUNDBUSINESS !Yl Mile Gulf Frontage w* helped In. forming the high

T PERSIAN CAT, red and black $50 Front Foot
fled, on Laurel road. Pbos. 20&2. a opinion h*always expressed for the

PERSONALS 57 Acm seal and devotion to public service

UfWAYS PUT IN Mock fill dirt 1541 Feet on Tamlaml Trail el the men In the private Icotrlo
g1-! Louie .
Adorlan. Phone 8782."NO
ISO Feet on Bay Utility Industry.
AND COPT WORK; billing: Small Island Off Shore

'and::;. and social Plumbing COIT8.pood.Shop\Josincaid $19,000 MIDI FO..em COMPMIIISM

{'NE8S OPPORTUNITIES 107 Acres On Trail 1..1' V

K BBTGD $60 Per Acre
Yanir o mass MIIHT If UlItM
<>nt ct Cbusinessurry's
wa Carry store, hers, 'drllr I.U TUNE IN "80 p,ELECTRIC lol, AHOLRBOF CHARM"w..r
H.N.WimmerREALTOR +-.:=- t.ree"'e."i' 0
HELP WANTED E".5'"sso.=- :......- Wj %. Orlando W. Palm :ack.WQAM,';MiamiWSi't il, aasota

CoOY 1162a for pilvats f..I1,. VENICE, FLORIDA

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|connect Venice and Lemon bays. large part of the city's choicest quired rlghts-of-way to furnish free of the charge necessary to the Tide Table '
: WATERWAY residential area, the route never-
:,, 1 Opposed by many who contend theless already has been recom- government, Is uncertain, although (Punta VENICE Rags INLET
I construction of a canal througH mended by the U. S. Enilneers'anel some observers contend that the Oat Co'.wOll) ,
I (Continued from Page 1) U. S. Engineers' route choice will Feb High Lee"
I /fi proposed Inland Waterway cut to that part of the city would ruin a authorized by'Congress.Three prevail in the end, and that effortsto 1., Feb..l =H I :sal.:: Ilya I

Other RoutesHowever re-route the Waterway throughhis Sun., Feb .. i iaoa': : :11yaaMsn.
: the opponents suc- district are merely delaying the ., Feb 10 1560M. 10 t V
I} ANNOUNCING We Are Again ceeded last year In getting the alter-U. start of actual construction workon Feb.It :ua Zba m,14: 11p ilpaTura
4 S. Engineers to survey three ;; It
Serving nate routes, and It is understoodthat the project. Wed., Feb. I: oa,:m: Ikat

a determined effort is being They saw In the Raeburn home- Thur.. Feb 13 !''uos0 : nit:'a
1j j Those Fine Saturday Night made to get Congress to authorizeone building move, and Baynard's announced )I Frl., 'eb. II C 56P.... 1 1 1It:
BUFFET SUPPERS or all of these routes. plans to construct other
Route No.2 (alternate) would houses in that district an attemptto FINE FOOD
tt\'t'1 I Every Saturday, 7 to 9 p. m. take the Waterway from its presentend make the "through-town" right-
f (By Reservation Only-Phone 3341)) near V nice Inlet east through of-way too costly, and thus force AT REASONABLE PRICE
and adoption of one of the other routes. |
Venice (Roberts) Bay up
.:, Cardinal's Villa Nokomis Hatchett Creek, past the Venice Before authorizing Ide to granta OPEN: : a. -2:100.: a

It=! On the Trail-NokomltTomorrow's Bay Trailer Park, to a point Just permit for the Raeburn home, the P.M-loo."
< {. JI short of the Seaboard Railroad city council held a special meeting Fountan No Meals Open Served a p. nn.Wednecy to 10 ,
I tracks. A turning basin would be last week, but decided it should R a
built there and then the Water- take no action save to warn him,
L. ; way would run southward along and future similar "right-of-way"
the tracks to Alligator Creek, applicants, that their home sites
.4 south of Venice Air Base. Thenceit lie within the route of the pro-
'f' ; would follow the creek to the posed canal.
,"l The DayR&B head of Lemon Bay.
Route No.3 (alternate) would UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
t I start from the Inlet, go east
i through Venice Bay, cross the Ta- Triangle Inn Dining RoomOn
s .
miami Trail between Eagle Point
Nassau Street 3 Blocks South of Bank
and Nokomis, go under the Sea-
!' board tracks to a point about two FULL COURSE DINNERS $1 TO $1.50We

or three miles east of the Venice ( Offer A Special $1 Fish Dinner Every Evening)
then turn south to Alli-
city limits,
Creek, thence westwardly to
\. gator 8 a. m. to 11 a. m. 5:30 p, m. to I p, *
t Lemon Bay.
Route No.4 (alternate) wouldgo (W* Also Serve A Special Dinner 12:30: to 2:30: p. m, Sunday)

,1'.' f,<. SHOE REPAIR SHOP out into the Gulf at Venice Inlet FOR RESERVATIONS, PHONE VENICE 2703
run through the open Gulf for
and about two miles southward, then
come inland at Red Lake, and thus

SPORTING GOODS STOREat connect Bay with the head of Lemon

Proponents of all three alternate
1 1 while each has superior -
N, routes arguing Nokomis
ft, Lodge
\/': 303 West Venice Avenue merit over the others, nev-
of the
(Opposite Venice-Nokomn Bank) ertheless agree that any one
,'Iot 'I Ht 'j alternate routes would be better

; WILL OPEN FOR BUSINESS than the one now authorized.
t k Baynard asserts two of the ma-

s.k SATURDAY, FEB. 8 jor objections to the "through- Dining Room
>. t town" route, in addition to its destruction -
t'r PROMPT, COURTEOUS SERVICE BY EXPERTS of desirable residential
,1 I
,r---- sites and elimination of direct access -
to the beach, are:

One Bridge
RELAX 1. Present plans call only for one
bridge, at Venice avenue, thus creating -
Atsmitty's a "bottleneck" for traffic attempting SPECIAL CLUB BREAKFAST25c
to reach the Gulf beach
[from the main part of Venice. 60c
tavern 2. Because of a ridge that runs TO
l 4 K roughly east and west along Ven-
ice avenue the Inland Waterway
j11 125 South Tamiami Trail Venice canal would have to be dug to a LUNCHEON PLATES
26 feet
depth of approximately
where it crosses Venice avenue.
"Best Drinks In Town At Popular Prices" This means, Baynard said, that the 50c TO $1.00DINNERS'
water level would still be 14 feet
Delicious Sandwiches When You Are Hungry below the top of the embankment,

thus precluding any chance of the

PACKAGE DEPARTMENT passing yachtsmen seeing Venice
1| I
from the decks of their boats.
Just what route finally will be $1.15TO$1.75
} '4 JUST RECEIVED: A Variety of Imported Scotches, used, with local interests being reSue'sVIEWS -
Straight Ryes, Straight Bourbons, and !

Canadian Whiskies


y ; Haig and Haig Five Star _____--_...Fifth $7.95

Peter Dawson Old Curio ___________Fifth $7.95 fOREYER.c February 9

; Highland Queen ___________--____Fifth $7.25

Peter Dawson Special _______--____Fifth $7.25 TURKEY, a la King . e 51JO

Auld Glen Rossie _____--_________Fifth $7.50

Canadian Club --------___________Fifth $7.00 c COUNTRY STYLE STEAK

Harwood's Canadian ------________Fifth $6.50 51.40
With Smothered Onions .
Seagram' V. O. ------___________Fifth $6.50

McNaughten's Canadian --_________Fifth $5.67Old

Overholt Rye ------__________Fifth $7.05 s LOBSTER, a la Newburg $51.50

Old Crow Rye ----------_________Fifth $6.00 (Complete Dinner, With Relish Bowl)

Old Crow Bourbon ________________Pint $3.85 TEMPORARILYCLOSED

Mill Farm --------___--_________Fifth $5.50 -

Bonded Beam -----------________Fifth X6.50Old
Forrester -----------_________Fifth $7.05 If) IlA BEAUTY Also, FISH STEAKS CHOPS --
U-itlh.. H !: 21* I
Old Grand-Dad __________________Fifth $7.05 On the Tamiami Trail, 1 Mile North of Vcnlc Phone__


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