Venice gondolier
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079934/00062
 Material Information
Title: Venice gondolier
Uniform Title: Venice gondolier (Venice, Fla. 1946)
Physical Description: 20 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Carroll H. Williams
Place of Publication: Venice Fla
Creation Date: April 18, 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: UF00079934:00062
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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d9. -.. Council to

lewad PONOGRA Aid Fight ;

> / VENICE, FLORIDA For SchoolAlthough I

a I have just landed a . pound Silver

am R. Ide King here in Sarasota County's annual International emphatically in

(L--g post and of TARPON TOURNAMENT. It favor of construction of a

is a 10,000 competition with a brand new grammar school hereas
aPn soon as possible, Venice .:.1
to re- new automobile heading the list and with
city councilmen last Tues
Venice Inay this catch I'm eligible for one!
night's day night at giving

the county school board a
e city coun- Come on down and try your luck! five-year "option" on Venezia .

r1ed Park for use as a school site,
for the
r'vas replac- "There's no use giving them I

land if they won't promise to
obs by Phil-
build a school" asserted Council
0 was ap-
1 created post This novel "Tarponogram" will be used during the forthcoming 17th man Smyth Brohard during thecouncil's
discussion of the
only last Annual Tarpon Tournament, which will run from May 15 to August 1. It was school situation. entire

originated by Roland Butler of the Florida Service. Councilman Finn Caspersen

Fees ----
Insisted It wasn't up to the city
With the 1947 International
Nigel didn'the
Tarpon Tournament sponsoredby ment. were In Venice Tuesday to awarded to the lucky tarpon anglers anyway to provide a site for the
confer with Venice Welghmaster in the various classifica proposed school and questioned
the Sarasota County Anglers'Club
| take
Buddy Ringo and others. tions. whether the council has "the
[ out that "this slated to get under way
moral right" to
within a month last-minute Perry and McFadyen predictedlast The tournament will open May give away a public
r set-up Intllory
will be reparations for the big event l year's record entry list of 15 and close August 1. Major activity park even for so worthy i
purpose as school site.
are being rushed at both Venice more than 2,500 anglers will be for the first six weeks or a
and, In the
As to the legal right the coun-
and Sarasota. surpassed considerably this year. so will be centered in the waters
HE, plumbing ty school board has received an
Jon fees will William Perry and Al McFad- As was the case last year a off Venice. The local weighing
opinion its attorney In
yen of the Florida'Service., Sarasota brand new automobile will be the station will be set up at George
which he
expressed the opinionthe
building code firm in charge of nation- capital prize, with thousands of Gibbs' Venice Inlet "Tarpon Cen
> city council could legally deed
ncll wide publicity for the big tourna- dollars In additional prizes to be ter."
a few I the park to the school board, and

Pector serves (Continued on page two

ccessor is ap- NEARLY 50 JOIN VENICE !

office." Mayorconfirmed NEWBERRY, KEYS C. of C. Names
Store Closing

Road Nearly 50 Venice business men and women already

the road to hare filled out and returned application cards to assure Long recognized as being Hours GroupDirectors

routed, so as success of the current Venice Business Association "nodues" probably the two best pool
at rickety old players In this district young of the Venice-Noko-
drive it was reported yesterday by-
Instead, run membership Jimmy Keys and Bud New- mis Chamber of Commerce at

and the )lad's Smyth D. Brohard, V.B.A. secretary. berry co-owner of the B and their monthly meeting In the C.
B Bar. will play against each
Grove, also He said he expected to have other for the first time in a of C. office last night appointeda

tyor Higel. several additional members to report I Legion Post 50-point straight pool matchto special committee to coordinate -

that the when the VBA. holds its be staged at the K Club In store closing hours and listened -

fE the present next meeting at 830: pm. next Gets 10 NewMembers the near future to representatives of the
Ben Dunn owner of the K
ut its Inter- Tuesday. April 22, In the Chamber Florida Service and George Gibbs:
said It Is hoped to state
drld avenue, of Commerce building the "championship" match a of'Venice Inlet outline progressof

'Page five) Open to Public week from tomorrow, Saturday Tarpon Tournament plans.

At the meeting, which will be Marking the largest attendancein night' with the public to Smyth Brohard was named
weeks 29 veterans attended be Invited to witness' the contest : of the stole
recent chairman closlni
\y Course open to the public, one of the .
principal matters to be discussedwill last Monday night's meet- committee by President H. S.

,,A Week be the question of a new Ing of No-Vel Post No. 159 of the Bowden. Others on the committee -

school for Venice, with membersof American Legion at the Venice are C. C. Lowe Carl Obcn-

P.-TA officials the special V.B.A. school committee Air Base clubhouse. Two Local Ien doif James M. Dick, and John

that the P.Is .- due to report on how matters A. Johnston.

i originally stand to date, according to Rescued After William Perry and Al McFad

ay and Frl- G. L. Klncaid. chairman of the DONATION Boat Disabled yen were the Florida Service
Two boxes of the National
speakers, that organization beingin
24 and 25. has iganlzatlon's board of governors.
Geographic and other magazines
charge of Tarpon Tournament
the following Also to be decided Kincaid were donated last Monday After drifting helplessly witha
publicity. They said everything
3 aid, is the question of whether night to No-Vel Post No. dead engine, far out in the Gulf
possible will be done to Venice
give -
< Family Redlsle future meetings of the association 159 of the American Legion, for more than 24 hours, the local its share of publicity.
study courseVeniceNoko shall be converted into "Two '
fishing boat Brothers
for Its library at the Legion'sVenice
Bow den appointed T, M. .1
M luncheon sessions, and if so, on Air Base clubhouse, by was taken in tow by a pa'sini "
Wrede Sr. Col. William R.
, at 8 pm. on what day ot.the week they shouldbe LeRoy Whitney of Englewood.The banana boat last Thursday, later I
Grove and M. A. Braswcll to serve
Parents andsrested
f held. being taken-into St. Petersburgby
magazines formerly were
in chllime. on the C. of C. Tarpon Tournament
Prompt Results the property of his brother.Dr. the Coast Guard. committee

Meanwhile Brohard said the Alfred R. Whitney, Englewood Captain J. C "Buddy" Pratt of

"membership letter" sent out last winter resident for 15 Nokomis and his crewman Bill

heR weekj eligible business men and years who was killed In an Bailey of Venice returned here Coming Events I
women had brought "sui prisingly automobile accident near New with the boat Saturday after It

prompt" results. It was as follows YOlk City last summer. had been repaired.

. RAINFALL : The two local fishermen had Sunday April 20

tai Low lachnI Dear Sir or Madam: left Nokomis Wednesday morn- 2:30 p.m., softball game, Venice
I ..,-:.... .....0.65 few After Commander Ralph G.
It is our belief that in the Ing and their engine broke down vs. Blanton Bros of Sarasota

84 86 67 70 OOQ 181 months since its Inception, the Simpson reported that Col. C. B. about 5:30 pm. They rigged upa field on East Venice avenue near

84 67 000s83 Venice Business Association ha Richmond president of Kentucky temporary sail using blankets the Trail.

': 72, 000 carved a definite'niche for itselfIn Military Institute had granted from their bunks but could do Tuesday, April 23:

84 '71 009 our community life: that In its the post permission to use the little more hart drift until the 8:30 p.m., Venice Business As- i

:.'.81 TO, 69 68 000..25th actions and accomplishments
.. ,. .71 (Continued on page six) (Continued on page five) (Continued on page two) at C. of C. office.


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,I Softballers Lose, 6-3, to Ii' Venice Bowlakade 11 Hold Food Sale Although Telepho he

Sarasota Team; Play Again Sunday : Men's League Sponsored by the Ways and maintain his officer will b

committee of the Venice- building on SL
3':111' Ii IiW Means
1 the score at : Club. I food nue, Dr James
1t, After coming from behind to tie 5oftba1l1team l L Pins Nokomis Women i 11

in the sixth. inning, the newly l organized:. Venice Laundry 6 0 4953 sale will be held on Saturday Physician and surfed "
6-3 Venice his home hoJ
InrpeJ a 4655 week from tomorrow to i
the ninth frame and 5 1 April :6. a
weakened. in Food
I Venice In the sure Brach
here last 4550Adra to 12 noon for
of Sarasota 4 2 I from 10 am 111

n.in'I I 3 3 4472 months
,,, 4496 Venice-No-komis[ His new home It
2 4 .
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;f" Th same two squads will tan. single to I R and R 2 4 43H I Mrs Charles MeG ber
fie In another practice game here el Bob Shanlej sharp J and J 2 4 4316 I Ismilt"J (I,MrS. Emma Reilly. co-chairmen number .- tiii jai
this Sunday afternoon at 2:30, tie It up at 1 all. I 0 6 4tH I cordially Invite the public to patronize -
Lead |
the diamond on East Grab Hlel. I
meeting on sale of home-cooked
Venice avenue near the Trail. The Sarasota nine garnered \\erk's Reult.Tuesda I

Both team, are entered in the ,uns in the third and fourth, to; '. April 15: tdrlan' de | foods 00VVU
last J. 2 10 1: VeniceLaundry I
Sarasota' County Softball League, lead 3 to 1 gong into the feared J and Hlgel's 3 to 0 I
I sixth! but tallies by' defeated OLD FRIENDS VISIT
in which play will set underway half of the ; April 17: Rand R de.Cellted

May 5 at Payne Field in Sara Cliston Taylor, third baseman, ,ThursdaY Earls, 2 to 1'rnice: rood MRS. HATTIE BALDWIN

d Dandiidge brought 3 to 0,
(ota and Pitcher defeated Snltt s.
back on even Mrs. Finley E Fxwg of Lexington
andO the Venetians -
Co Grady Taylor --
-managers -
-- I Ky.. and Mr. and Mrs. L. Y,
L. Kincaid of the locals are set ms. K-irbrouth, county '
A combination of three hit anda that Veinun Redwme of Fort Myen and Mrs
Mill seeking new talent and invite doesn't(
at Venetian mix-up on a play at 1 Ivchool superintendent. Redwines mother. Mrs B. P
interested to show up
anyone needed in Venice
late-afternoon practice sessions the plate Melded the Sara ctan.' I believe a school l Is of rec Carter, all long-time friends of
I and the ball and ha no intention Baldwin. visited her
during the week three more runs ." Mrs. Hattie
Share DutiesGetting game, in their half of the ninth 'ommtndmg its constructto i U' I at the Copper Kettle Inn here for

The line score: I j the near future several days last week
back to last Sunday'scontest
I Blanton Bros 101 100 003-61! "Our only chance to fet a Mrs Red 'lne Is ,,'ell-known
Byron Jones and "
010 002 000-31 i i school here right a'4aY. Campersen of
Dandridge shared mound duties I Venice here, being district secretary Letterhtidi'Envelopti'?
Batteries: Blanton I Bros said, seems to be for District Social Relations
for the Venetians with Jones
I hurling the first five frames before Shentz and McClemthan: Venice'I R to vote bonds The district has I I rid Local Church Activities ol ?
y Dandridge and Jtnnlng bonded Indebtedness and wecertainly
I Jones no
Dandridge, wh I the Methodist Church.
Melding to }
," <. could afford such a I Business Cri[
was charged with the loss. Bud
I ,
I' ; inasmuch as cost of a
Shontz went all the way for the mep nt'\1 FAIR EXAMS
school even with (
Blanton Bros. squad, COUNCIL grammar a'1 Although no one yet has succeeded NOR
i rent high prices i Is estimated I lou TanPRINTING Rate
master electrician
Blanton Bros drew first bloodin I in passing a

the game, coring one run In (Continued from page one> less than $100.000.Howeter. i 's examination under the KOI

the Initial stanza but the Venice place the deed In escrow for five I Kmbrouth has intimated I new' Venice electrical codetwomore Done Right li t
wouldnt recommendsuch
boys came right back in the sec. >ears as the board requested a applicants failing last week

end, with Olenn Stephens, left few' months ago an action and that there- -the local examining board Is VeniceGondoli !
1 I able
fore. we wouldnt be to get
"1 fielder, coming in on Right Field Caspersen argued rigorously! giving a fair test, City Supervisor
1 the state aid to which we certainly -
l against! placing the deed In Phillips H. Mallory advised the
I would be entitled
SHOE REFUSING escrow for five jears contendIng : Ca;person said he realized that city council this "week in answering JU VS. t'ekktPhone
By Experts such action by the city wouldbe a question by Mayor Clyde V.
I the Nokomis and Laurel portion i 311PURITAN
I R&R tantamount to a confession
; i of District 8, already having Hisel
by the council that It doesn't
Phone 3132 schools of their own. might not -
i.Across from \enire-Nokomis really expect to ee the schooi '
look with fax or on such a bond I RESCUE
I Bank) built for four or five years. issue,

,f "It Isn't up to the city to prod : "In that case," he told his! fellow Continued from page one)

< tide a site for that matter," declared I councilmen, "It lock to m- boat bound for Tampa came by SILVERFISH'Prepared
IGIP VON FOR Ca "and I don't I "
I think we should give: them a deed 1'1' special school t tax dl trlct. comprising After taking the fishing boat In
Mixed unless and until I
they definitely only! the city of Venice, tow the banana boat flashed a

I promise. to build a school right, II we are to get the school to ,me Doubles ."
which we certainly have been I which sent the crash boat 82-489

MatchesTo Councilman George Higel ob entitled for many many Year I etc take over One Interesting feature

I servedI think it would be okay However Ca'person pointed I was that Pratt and Bailey

Be Held On Our Alleys to give them the Venezia Par: out that the education bill now ,txchanped. some of their redsnapper

site a school here would cer'I I under consideration by the legislature catch for bananas, giving I

\ : EVERY tainly benefit the entire community < corta: among iu provisions I' both crew a welcome change of

r. 'j but I also think 'we l one that would elmi:na e dct:

Saturday Night ought to go on record as lettm,f school districts and local whcni Pratt this week raid he Is Join- e

.\ it be known we DO want a schoo I 1\\trustees, nuk,ng the stt-ip

Play Will Start built here just as soon as po. |countywide I commer-cial

:1 Saturday, April 26 Bible," \ 'Id suggest we Ut tand pa' tl anki to the Coats Guard for Its

: : His brother, Major Clvde \, for the time bung" aid Ca'.ptisen I't I unfailing readiness to respond

H.gel, declared there is no doubn t "and wait until '
we.ec ju when they are in need of assist-
I VENICE : his mind but what "the peo d I what the It latuu( doe,," ,.nreCLASSIFIED. Puriton
pie of Venice want a school rep by
BOWLAKADE and soon." cording to recommendgof

II' Government expel
"If It came to a referendum o
,I; I 1 ADS contains a bait, e
,\\11 And Grill that Question,' he predicted, ; pounded to attract i a

I I ithnk: they would approve con ,,2c a word first words, It each '
additional inaccessible:
cord. their
-I Mjlwhf
::i 215 West Venice AI'e. struction of a nevi school by i (insertion charge 25c. Ca.hI th Ad. Special rates for more than one they could wOl

: I't't ty : Phone 2661 (!landslide vote" 131311 oC the same ad. Ads will be accepted over the telephone by contact po'isni. HT*
11 I : up to 5 pm ThutodolY11th
\1 I Caspersen made the, flat charg,el advertiser 11111 remit payment promptly.) the understanding In ridding hcieiofli: *



l'J > Holhwood Apt.-Hotel BId,. Phone 2086 Z19 \\'. :Miami Ate -- REDUCE DAMP
Nearly light housekeeping rass.
new Wisconsin
\' UPHOLSTERING Cl .nm,-M.dt.to.Order UphoUttrmi. 3 h p. New air cooled In return for salary and
'" I Slip Corers, Drapes, Etc,-Gtnrral Sewing Priced to sell v.hen irstalej| ( :home, Call Venice 3379REVL .
Call Venire
I j ELECTRICAL Repai.-Refr.eration-Houuhold: and Com- ---- 33'9
mtrcicl-All Home Appliances \ -
"\, PAINTING-Bru.h or Spray-In and Outside BuilJ.ngi onYyA slightly used Complete Like new attachments ; I ESTATE FOR SALE

I' i- 'i;. GLAZING-WALL Furmturt PAPERING'-Truleri-, Cars CARPENTER. Etc. WORK Phone Venice 3572 --- -- -


THIS SUMMER coupe, New top New. tire! *. New '! Acreage
f r seat covers 30.000 actual m'les ...

: Good condition, See DIck Rich : VENICE

; t Venice Oaiaje and Service Sta. I FARMS
t .
f Ii on (beet sitelaaaement
Passenger Hops $23.09 to $50.00An Site

$1.50 Acre
Ball and
\ So* Beautiful Venice and Nearby Gulf Coast From the Air SEPTIC TANK and Cesspool 51h
'rt 'r LEARN TO FLY IN g EAST LESSONS cleaning with Modern pumping FEE SIMPLE DEED Lb.25c
'I' Govtrnmtnt School :equipment Reasonab I
iA. Continuous Enrollment Phone Earl Cottrell. Al'on ratra Purchaser to pay for abstract
; R0171
; J & J 232-W. -- STORE
', .hell Loul. Ado,)... Phone 21U.till dirt, I am. to le
r' "j F. 0 Joyn.r I HVimmers
P. O Boa 291 E. T. Denham RENT A CAR h-da, or : ; '
7 VENICE 2551 VENICE 'noble" harts ti'', .., ak Auto.
SARASOTA 6306 rharte. boat 1'" sher.. Aloe, ReNall S
1o'Jth,,. Phone deep HFI sea tl-hma. Rar REALTOR he
Inlet 1I0.kl. Night Phon.0' we 2441.aV,.,., j
VENICE. FLORIDA" Office Anoder


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s Englewood Couple RETURNS HOME Gas on Stomach

Venice Bowlakade I Mrs. Ben Dunn of Nokomis returned -
Honored With
3 1 Relieved. in 5 minutes mr
home last Monday night
1 P.M. Women's LeagueW Fish Fry Shower wine double... .anui your, wld money..._ _beck._.. IJ
from 10-day visit In Morganton r.
a hit .... ..... ilomu...end ...,"" ,..., *MMB>MIVfnvMM
Honoring their son and daugh- N. C., with her father Joe \ .....pt.....IM. ..fKUM/- ..Kllnf.... _.like..11,lkr_ r*"tweak dory
"'" N. I........ aoll-.n. .mes we e.
Allman and her sister Mrs Max
L Pins r-ln-law (Mr. and Mrs. Bernard ry or **i l l. Four mono tot <* tarn
Griffin. M... 11..' .U ilni..HU.
Charm Beauty... 28 8 21.421 Reading), Mr. and Mrs. John ,

rnltty1* ................ 24 9 19.150 Reading one evening last week -
Earl's ?._.._....?...... 20 13 18466 gave a fish fry, potluck supper I U2 -
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Nestlewood 17 16 19476 and shower at the Thrasher
i ServiceVenice Trailer Park ........ 15 21 20376 A Privilege to Live In Florida "
Trailer Park
72 Pines Hotel........... 13 17 16,609 In Englewood. '.
J & J ................... 11 22 17.833 Reading and the former Miss A Distinction to Live in Venice> 1
Palm Drill ...-....... 7 29 19.282 Betty Glass of Englewood were
Week's Results married In Georgia a week ago H. N. WIMMERSRealtor

Friday April 11, Earls defeated last Friday.
fendarmM Palm Grill 3-0.
Monday, April
Although she and her husband
14. Charm Beauty defeated J & J
2-1; Trailer Park defeated Palm were unable to attend the party, VENICE e FLORIDA 1
( Grill 30. Mrs. Herbert Fearnow cooked a
AVERAGES bountiful supply of fish for the Where the T.mi.mi Trail Meets the Open Gulf

/ (Compiled by: Marjorie Adorjan, affair, with other welcome dishes
League Secretary) being: furnished by other friends 1i.f.M) !!FiG;
\\I- l Shanley, Pines Hotel .. .139
''' Kuykendall Trailer Park .131 of Mr. and Mrs. Reading.

.,r \b, Stoner Trailer Park ...129 After the supper, which was
Barclay Charm Beauty .129
served out-of-doors, the newlyweds -
Dick. Charm Beauty .. .129
beautiful and Oood Assortment In
P Davidson. J & J ...... .126 opened many Very
Hilton Trailer Park .. .124 useful gifts. Maple, Blonde, Leatherette, and with .
x 90 Harmer Charm Beauty.. .124 Among those present at the Upholstered Arms "
14fa0 Richardson Palm Grill ...123 party were: Mr. and Mrs. WalterH.
II U Curwood, Smltty's ....... .122: Glass, parents of the bride;
117 18 19 Potaby Smlttys ....... .122
a4 tj 16 Koogler. Nestlewood. .. .122 Robert Amis, Mr. and Mis. C. E.
Adorjan. Nestlewood .121 Williams and son, Dennis; Mr. We Have A Complete
Graves, Nestlewood .. .121 end Mrs. Clyde Thrasher. T. P. Assortment of
Joyner, J & J ............. .120 Burt, Mr and Mrs. Ted Pollock
Smith, Earl's .. ... .117 CHESTSBEDROOM .
Mr. and Mrs. John Repp, Mrs. L.
Hanchey, Smltty's .115!
E DAY Oawes. Smltty's .._.. .. .114 A. Ainger, Sr.: Mrs. Perry Tue- ,
Earl Earl's ..... ... .. 113 man, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Ainger, !"' .I CHAIRS I
A. Burls Palm Grill 113Pratt Jr., and daughter, Ester; Mr. and .
BARAre. Earls . : ill I Mrs. William H. Helm, Mr. and LAWN HOLLYWOOD BEDS
Baker, Nestlewood 111 !
... ... Mrs. Worth Overacker, Mr. and FURNITURE INERSrRI'OMATTEFSSBC
Farrar J & J ..... .. .111 *
I Adrian, Palm Drill .. in Mrs. Vernon Harvey, Mr. and

I, Bates, Earl's .. .. ......: : :.110 Mrs. Hayward Green, and Edgar KING FURNITURE CO.
Brohard, Smlttys .. .. .108 Van Norman. I I
Stockman, Charm ... .. ... .. .....108 Presents also were received "We Feather Your Nest With A Little Down"
Nelson, Pines Hotel..... .... .. ...107
'ffreh I Pappas, Pines Hotel... .. .....106 from Mr and Mrs. Fearnow and I I I PUNTA GORDA ARCADIA FT. MYBES
Jones, Charm Beauty........ ....105 Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Alderman. _
Cook. Pines Hotel ......................104
Dee. Trailer Park ......................102
Williams Trailer Park ..........102
M. Surls Palm Grill ......... .. ...101
+ 3. Haynes, J & J ... .. .. .....100 e
Lumley. Palm Drill .. .. .. .... 89 9V 4
E. Haynes, J & J ...... ... 88JOINS

DREAMS Mrs. Royal Stone TEAM, one of the

to make better women bowlers of Flint, oil f

ppy with Mich., has Joined the Venice

KnowlesYour en- Trailer Park team in the local

stockediff women's bowling league. She and

from her husband currently are vacationing .

|a mi are at Venice Trailer Park.
in today
|> display of
am howto Tide TablesVENICE
make INLET e
come (Punta RIM Correction)
D.t. Hlfh Law
Fri. Apr. 18 11:3'7: pm 5:3'7: pm
Sat., Apr. 19 5:50: am
11:59: am 8:18: pm
Sun., Apr 20 12:29: am 6:15: am
12:15: pm 8:5'7: pm
Arcade s'y Mon., Apr. 21 1:21: am 8:39: am .AND MAYBE YOU'LLSTAY.
R 12:34: pm '7:40: pm
Tue., Apr 22 2:17: am '7:00: air PERIOD !
12:57 pm 8:2'7: pm
Wed, Apr. 23 3:20: am '16am:
1:26: pm 19pm:
'Thu., Apr. 24 2:01: pm 10:18: err Most permanent residents lint came 4> winter
1 iFrt, Apr. 25 2:4: pm 11:27pmI visitors, stayed through spring season, tried a
summer-and, frankly amazed at the glorious year
'round livability of Florida, moved her. lor keepe.

I SAY- 'AYE You have taken the fan ol those it.ps
YOU SEEN 'ISLORDSHIP II you're willing to risk falling head over heelsin
love with Florida, take the second step now

? f Stay thru May, when skies are bluer, fishing C".
and other sports ate perfect, weather it magnificentand "
there'i plenty of room.
It often tales only one wonderful Maybme ani
on. delightful summer to make people ask themselves -
"Why doeia't everyone live in Florida?"


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the times our service men while stationed In FLUID IS KIND Ti tUltUS, toll! & 'Ff _. ,
_ dreamed of coming back to the pleasures of \
bame. This dream has come true for most of Homestead tax exemption No state income r. .."' ___ 0/ .
ARE enjoying drinks AT HOME. For the best tax No inheritance tax Lower
In town, it's PONDERS winter heating cost e Lower clothing cost .. vv av7ssr"e..; t' .a-rr' ,j/I
Cheap, dependable electric service In- ,w .r "f r
expensive recreation .r r r w w ., ..
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w -h n.y '.' your right to Ray it." -\OITViU! :_ -- .- aKa.A Lam. )ass Fscer.a

I PubL.hed every Friday Editorial and butinettTffice i 313 Nest c MI.U% Tt P. {

M Venice .A..nu*, Venice, Florida. P. O. Box 632 Phone Venice 3131 2 'cUJtKlt. fiRST aUfl s i.aaane ,
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-Entered at-; o-d.;; clan! matter June 6, 1946 at the post offi< e I BI/ I C \t 'aaus '.

at Vtnce Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879 'pot ; Mr', "IVEM
a Subscription rates: Ont year, $250.; sic month, $150: three grail I.
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I cent per word for each additional ,",ord, 'RY 14PTiii
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t Xo More Service Stations? I $' MARKS CHllui_

Ri a St and t
,. In what we believe to hare been ,in 'ill-.,>'' ;>*:.: II c-eR-
fo say I the least move, Venice service t.itmn i >,\ .: 1\ r n'U kw'
last Tuesday night asked the .city .council: 1 t", t I. L* i<' :HLRCH If ivAnia

to puhibit, the opening of an\. nv'ire tilling s1,11.11m t :' '.v : I.ben
in the cih limits. 14 _' "...
I : I' Vsttte' PEOMOWO YOUB1, 8ALN- P"h .

Asserted the FTCM NOW CN YCXi'U. BE IN TWRD RACE" Th' 'y.IL.t
'N spokesman the group, ill11. .:t :
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II kid,
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"I'here isn't enough Sllll men 1'USr.ss:: tn >upp! "," ;I WNW

1 .in)' more stations here." I CI I Thulrt, tar JNM

JIl'ltlfiAX\ bvClW. It ,
Being la.tfull'oHtki.IIlS. the 'councilman didn't 1'1.1'.1: : I ae Lay

}lv refine the request. although! they indicated quite --
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it j .1,0 uiuii i uiiiiK me cm" n-u me pnwer, t"" pi>? sicl:!; you a :resident; : (.( ErJJr\lood: a survivor of the infamous Japa- Ther woadtrfatheas

re; An ordinance.: However they proni'jed!' to, 'look mtn' nf.e Deaf!; Marc," of American prisoners up Bataan during the anent oral
the bet by h :rc Slav
matter\ and
take it
"I'" : tip :at their next meeting early das of the recentur paid a Msit to No-Vel Post No. 159 01 tionatis i umldinl

J \\ e vender if the service station' operators pained'!/ the Ameruan Legion la-i Monda nitht Also, Fur -

; t! to consider: He It 0 P HJperI ho rev have tht wa IGJ.B

:: : vestedneldentaAY. that although I the matt vth t

I. 'l hat the\, have "no more right ask he has been one of i' in, C/
to the citt t It I a member of LETTERS
; from to drag k.W.s! ]
"protect" them!
normal competition than would the, the American Legion since rnhl! pillar to .('

'fl; local!! n(>.cer\. stores: the bowling a'ethe! newspaper after World War :, fpm, wag ti.e To TheEDITOR Is the B ird cf t.

any l other local, : business. teat: time he e\er had actually: teary m.nJ t \\rJ'i

together a at-et: tl
attended a Le,lor.
; mec'inej
\ 1. That Venice never will :grow it, In law. we deJiberjfeh I tant a q iM II tVenice"
I .1.a >>.u., \\e won't ALLOW I I Vote: The Gondolier will '

tl'f" f to be started here." any mare: I'llsint'ss"s I j You see. after Harper cot cut bf glad to print letters of general Yours i Mite:

I jof the Xy at the end of Hat t interest .when as and If VENICE

I bMV I :t That the wafor any business to lies | first treat connict he wound up I them space short.permits.Anonymous Pleas letters keep Marjill I IT

not in prosper In the Phiiirpmes: as a mining will not be considered.
Irving to !ha\e'laws "
;. I &l: passed to protect. it tri >m fir I e-ngineerIle- saId! |W tied bn-n er, If the writer desires to ,

,: cc'jnjYfitiiTi." but rather, in offering: a service or> product t I array from the f S for 24 \ ear' have only his Initial on Horn Dear Diel' ,

superior to the other fellow's. AND: BYD'EHTI I\( until his repatriation after 11, I published.de plume, such as "A Reader," au:
THAT The Gondolier will May I JOT
{ FACT through word-of-mouth. i Jap surrendered'. be happy to oblige.
J :. i.e. .Mti tied I hanK you ;"A M.t':
newspapers, magazines the Bat one of his brothers had''
'j 1 or lithe: r made your spU"d.d co-lt
"" accepted a..1\ ertisin? media ajrangenunu for his beicom.nf giving the Veniw-M:
Rumford R. I
!i a member of
the lesion
4 Editor. men's Cluo mart
4. That a restrictive. i and had kept up his
ordinance I
: such mtmlxrvhip
: as the posed b\ pro 'all those .
service station }ear-- men though Harper
men Dear has be n mj
undoubtedly would he SirTime :
titled unreasonable: and that the Florida himself never MA the ins:de serve as P' :Jiicltr' cb
Supreme Court 'or a Legion surely flies
only this hall It does nat
week handed down your with ;Hess top
a decision. eem
declaring: : "V i possible I have been reading -
municipalitv] has -0-- erial has t :n appt"!
% to I and
power enjoying the
enact Gondolier
+ reasonihle ordi j A member of '
nances. the Naval Reserve for a )ear of> us

ever since his d.tcharze: a f. Eagerly I issue Thanking uMrs agar
await each
Let's not ter World War I. Harper had'bet'n DE
try t to retard the watching the
of progress of Venice
progress Venice
: l\v di called to I
rouraging new businesses >- active duly: : \I|hen' and the
t from opening here the Japs bombed entertaining way you
up let's Pearl Harbor'
I' : instead do l have of
All \'rlo'ranl.trtTo
: He the activities,
? we can,: to' \las captured l
encourage' the the fall:! (
I ; of e>tabJiihment I both social and business. Attend! OSATtRDAIMl
'is more and more 1 legitimate: Manila
enterprises hereSUMMER : My daughter and I like Veniceso
I After the "Death March." Har. muchant n e Intend_ omin OPEN HOll
I Per wa- n
among thce shipped to back there
: ;ari! fcr forced before long. Come On Out t* &
". RATES NOW )IN_EFFECT IJa survived three and prison labor Hf Plea* keep me on your mall- Clubhouse \rnil'f

(S:,OIl IPIEL ) <* that although one-halfjears he Ing un check for $250 enclosed And Join In tbd
was \ orn ,
down In Every SalunUr. I
weight to less
{ i pounds, 100 Sadie M. Byers

PATIO HOTEL -_ No-Ve! Post ire

: : Venice Pla, ADJUTANT B t *
4 225 There Is more Editor.Wmce, SUIII.
W. trhont
: 1 Venice A eENICE.. much more -
.t,! FLORID \ Phone 3572 (10 H trper's story, of courxe, but Gondolier

..f. I .: lenllnt e're, Wy paCt enough for one Dear Sir: 1+4;"
t Manager Whalt'r.; and ;\Irs James ; additional Interesting note, Being a
f .. ,.: Owners Mlure| He newcomer, but presumably Business
-' purchased! some property In going to be a permanent AND I
1 Englewood last 'fIxture'
year and here and
hklne somewhat o!
r f the community so well, he return aQ observer am wondering sometImes Profession!

HUE \ ed a couPle of months ago and "Whar s the mister WI ti }!
mm\ started Director
1 SERVICE to build himself a home. Venice?"

; 'I' ; In All' Types of He needed help of course. It has one of the nicest raMMI
t he found that beaches, situated
PARTS REPAIRS help In the right on the
r' AND or Ed Stephens Englewood Gulf, and the ua', rill here are JAMES E. BLADE
i'f;' dent who also Is a vet and a \'Isi. comparable to violet rave What to* si. aral

.\ f.. Charter Service to Any Place in tor to the post meeting last Mo n. I more could be asked for to attract PHONE: .OIHHOUHS. 10-IL a a t
J Florida day night Stephens was People! to settle here? 7lardar cod gas's
f. : Hangar Space To Rent eer to Harper, a stra n I However. I don't
SALES AGENCY but they hadn't see any of the

ir w.:. Hangar FOR CLOSE SWIFT AIRPLANES fore known each other 24 hours be from hutment$ that are being IOId R OOF111
VENICE AIR they the Venice
BASE Phone 3442 discovered they both Army AIr gage Boot Work of ABWr.
claimed removed
the same and Placed
home 011 'PI'OPertJ
i Alexandria. Va.1 I town In Venice, to make homes I. Jol
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I "Tarpon Center," concerning the I PUNTA GORDA MAN LEGIONContinued RECUPERATING I
new road and the city's long- FINDS Mrs. W. W. Seviour of Silver
one) landing request for a road right- ( from page one) Springs, MA, who recently Mind

distance, of-way through the Inlet property i ito Because W. F. Finley of Punta dining room for card party and broke her back Is In Venice: .

'of the the Jetties Gorda Is an honest man, Col. other activities during the comIng at the home of her son-ln-liw- l land .

d norththe Ordinance Adopted George Martin of the Valencia summer and fall, the post daughter, Dr. and Mrs. T. lit

| exlstbrldge. Adoption of the "anti-privy" Apartments, Venice, today once unanimously adopted a resolution Thompson Dr. Thompson; wha to t

ordinance No 209 which again can take his favorite tackle tendering the KMI tiead a vote president of the city council reported -

dated out. requires that all occupied houses box and its $400 worth of equip- of thanks. this week that Mrs. Oer- I

Inletlimits. In Venice be connected either ment with him when he goes Attention was called to the fact lour is able to be up and aba

ty with a sanitary sewer system or Ishlng that the next public party of tht the house, although her bad IB ;

'road, and a state-approved septic tank, also Col. Martin Inadvertently left post and its auxiliary will be held till confined. In a cast f'1
the coun- marked last Tuesday night his tackle box on Rocky Beach, on Friday night, April 25, at thi

an.unsat- meeting near Englewood, after a fishing Community clubhouse in Englewood -

Proposed by Councilman Finn excursion last Saturday. Whenhe CHECKED
t chyor Caspersen, the new ordinancewas returned. It had disappeared.He The post voted to hold a ITCH iwA01510111For _
HI- primarily aimed at cleaning had made a mental note of "birthday dinner" sometime nex llAmQ !
For gldck reldf from itching CI limns mammaothkte'sfoot.cabra
that the up conditions at the notorious the license number of a car that month to mark its first anniversary ompleaand agtasr...meeemdamms I
Arrangements are to bt we pure,= = I
h now vlrfront Venice Negro quarters. had passed him while he was returning 0.0.D.PfaCAIP ductog's ,
h Immediately after passage of to the beach and upon made by the club and entertain GreMelM quickly gains and intense tuinfem itduiuj Soothe 35c oo:= I.
the new law, City Supervisor checking, learned that it belonged ment committee, which is headet prows it.or many back.Don-**_
aimtraction Mallory was Instructed to notify to the Punta Oorda man. by Paul Ooldensteln dnagrt today 'oe D.D. Do fasscaaoa

ad aid in the owner of the property that Col. Martin contacted Finley Bringing In 10 new mcmbe, 1 1a

into a compliance with Its provisions I who, sure enough had picked up the team captained by Vice-Corn !

must be made within 90 days. the box and had already Inserteda mander J. D Tate of Englewoodtook REASONS WH I

the Ven- County Approval "Found" ad in the Punta Oorda an outstanding lead in the increasing millions I

t lagoonwhich- Future septic tank installations Herald In an effort to find its current Legion membership-and- Snap Back WitH. \

h in Venice must be made to owner. attendance race. I
These new members are as follows
to run, the satisfaction of the Sarasota :! '
he has alJve County Health Authority, which :
received a petition from residents Venice
ap- Is headed by Dr. W. L. Wright of
along the north side of Grove- Baxter Dye, O. W Caspersen
Sarasota. Robert L. Cause Is chief
land avenue, in Edgewood, pro- Frank L. Lanius.
llory wa sanitary engineer of the Auth
testing against condition of a Englewood
ell to con- ority.
nearby ditch Councilman George Harold W. French, James D
Designed to speedily mists'U
QeorgeVenice In another facet of the city's
Higel, In charge of public works, Whiteaker, Earl C. Lampp, Rob- simple headache and ....... ,
Inlet sanitation problem the council
promised the ditch will be cleaned ert J. Davids, Leo Kropp, L. T. discomfort of neuralgiaMeasured jft

out Immediately. Parks, Charles E. Finch, Hans doses In pamtm
'IN A CITY WITH A FUTURE Hlgel also reported that all of Buss, U form for quick auimnaHnsa.

NICE FLORIDA the unsightly holes in the Harbor Nokomis Proof of merit Same type tm
) drive parkway, left when the Joe E. Edwards, Jr. mula over one.thIrdc.a..

"y And Gulf Investment Properties "beautification" program collapsed As a result, Tate's team now In.. Standard U. S. P. tnffiiHsate I It
>ra Farms Rentals last year, have been filled! leads in the competition with I Laboratory tested. uiiitnOal

Name on Water Tank total of 32 points, it was announced In pile rang' of timjtm .
ARD II. GEDNEY The council decided to have by Adjutant B. E. Bowen R 1:1100 and 3Se straw ..

Incorporated "Venice" painted on the western In second place Is James F. Caution Use only as ttftatM> .
side of the municipal water tank, Dempseys team with eight
REAL ESTATE Broker -Tay -
if the cost is not too great, and points, while In third place Is the Buy
Phone 3311 .
qy instructed City Supervisor Mal squad headed by Gerry Pestot- .
Venice, Fla.
7, lory to seek bids for the Job. nlk, with five points.

Councilman Caspersen informed

c the to both council County that Commissioner he had spoken -- IS THERE SUCH A THING AS

W. L. Woodard of Laurel and
County School Board Member t *

CE LAND Perry Hayes of Venice regarding PERFECT

construction of a sidewalk along
the Trail between Venice and

,J.i- Nokomis and that both had
pledged co-operation The State WOMANHOOD ?

Road Department will be askedto

MPANY ad: In the project Caspersen It"? $j
'aid. after the council had voiced "No"-clalm medical authorities who ought to _
know Nature has so constructed and physically
hearty approval of the Idea. endowed woman that in many cases she't 1
Mayor Hlgel reported that ninetiew apt to suffer certain distressing symptoms '
during her life For instance, when she enters
ed Real Estate Broker "one way" signs and 18stop' womanhood during the menopause, the
signs have been placed on period when fertility ebbs away.
Y,. Now If on 'certain days' of the month-female
various streets under the direction
functional monthly disturbances are
of Chief of Police Oerry Pes- causing you to suffer from pain, nervous distress
" totnik and feel s. tired, cranky: you snap at
the Time to Buy Your ;your children and husband-then do try Lydia .
E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound to relieve
such symptoms. Its famous lor this purpose I

mesite in Venice SKIN Mad ESPECIALLY For Girls and Women

PInkham's Compound DOES none than relieve
I such monthly pain. It ALSO relieves accompanying -
, nervous tension,irritability and weak,
ctive Lots for Sale Irritations! Taken regularly feelings thruout when the due to month this-this

great medicine helps build up resistance
against such distress. A dotes any sensible
ices Reasonable woman should want to
I Lydia' Plnkham" Compound Is also very
I Slop Scratc.I-Try I Tills effective to relieve hot flashes and those funny, .
Distress of Url embarrassing feelings during the years 38 to
burning skin :: J.1mPIII. ruhll/It.blnr. 62-when due to the functional 'middle-ace' !
to'.OO not';:
South Phone 3581 tinuU n tx quickly n- period peculiar to women. I IPUIkham'a
renue lltvMi bf thus simple inexpensive treatment '
Ot a small bottle of Moon*".Emerald oil Compound Is worth trying

FO Help Build Venice and Venice Values" fl 30.ti=drug you got store.Moses'Use."dlr.rt.dfor Emerald or money OIL /! .J.71;_ L 4a.u _' VEGETABLE .

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eligible individual: and firm For in I I \J:. and Mrs. 0 t Keys of I MARRIED MAY 1 All
V.B.A. membership vtitors '
Venue in our AJeandna.'a oho were
to sign returned Venice friends of Raymond
urge you
we have
reason recentlY.
(Continued from page one> I that and return the enclosed application !,;en'K,'ys a locomotive engineer : I Duvall this week learned that his

e' hM shown mi'latue a w11l1l\l I, blank promptlY. Please do \0 home tIN cousin: of Jim I marriage to Miss Helen May
1 fact*. and the abilityto already a member I 1s Venice Lcighton daughter of Mr. and
not to tact ,i even if YOU are ., co-ov.ner U the
lotto through We aim believe! 'I a, *e wish to !have a complet Key' Their reunion here I Mr Ira M Leighton is slated

"s that It ha demonstrated its abilItY I file on standard form Boniakad marked the first time the to I to take place in the Second BaptISt -

to procure enough talent | the awociatlon ha each other .toe Church of Sanbonnton Bay.
Although !had >fen
within! or without Its membership or a , I no dues 1804)
to present a full and complete ;should appreciate a \olunm:: 1,
v' i picture; of man of our | donation of '100 from those o: Duvall:I left for the north recently -

chronic: civic problem and to I 'OU'ho fed able to make it it\ returned l the application W nk'., and plans to remain\ inNew I

take steps to :iniecK :: tm lordu to defray the cost of *tatlonen I Will: names In parentheses indicating Hampshire with his bride LET US PL-

Results to due have been 'o '. po.ta .', etc. BJt Plea. their alternates In case until next winter when they I CAR IN AIWe

Q eocOuritl..ng! that we are row I understand that \\'i' are far more I the) cannot attend a muting hope I to be able! to come back to

? putting: on a drive: to tr:,'11 e\ t\' interested in your nMmb r.!lil?. are :Ie I :Oilo\/'ir. : Venice. 1' ttFatf.

I Ixoir attendance at meeting I It and I. pirllnij ( u"IIS P .!

( I JI'III' TUML: and i your problem* and vow Idtlnn -,>' Stan Rid ,i:d on SELLING OtT

OTIIff PORTING :\un.: | In you: moneySmyth 'lumbt'tO
,I. .", 'Mnr. d I 160 Fryers and
R&R I R,.t,'c'f::IH' 'L. Knead J. J, Joit 73 \\ hilt Rock Laying Hens tVM

B:ohart, !AeeretaryFor B FARM:
PORTING GOOD* I Tailor Ilirdwur\ Grady \RKIIV\EN
hour 313 I the B"'3rd of OoeinoiNami Ta\'or C"t ton %I Ta\',or J Males; E, of Venice Spec .1. ,
.Aero t* from Venice.okuntioRank : ) tMed on Farm Road
I I Among' t t\,,, who .o far haw 1Iub Benjamin B Dunn. P. O. Box 592 Venice Chrysler I P PN
k i I (ranadi Court ,tpartmtnMI

f \ \ Bu'*e::, aorl1.at.1all! 0 K 0
"\.hiTf Ihe>'II li-lnj, The Tarpon In" Mrs \I \ Brass 11 FOR QUICK. RELIABLE
tmitt'e Taitrn m>'Ui D
Venice Inlet Docks Restaurant VenicePlumbing
I iBre.ard< \irtr T BroaidUolfs ', T HOn
BUDDY PINGO Prop Niulair vnire Carl: H Shop the Trail
Pnone 20;,h
i 1Cu.f Eiimr O, \"O"f': Box 14. Venice; Phone 2153
hnnulit JonlirLev: L
i I s<'r\ed 10 am to S:30 p mBAR KWAk.

I ('harm 1".Iutaltln, Ionia: IIIGEL
.\ "('nlrt' Inlet Near The Venice Jetties I
i : =Nt''''::1 L.Bile BoIock': '.
7A.MOIS Ft R FINE FISHING Electrical Contracting
; ('. r 1 our r.rcx.n C C Lour
Kilt For sale Guides Awilable But For Rent
k. (;1I1f1, ,\partmi nt<, Walter Wiring of Types

Lt hninrn
I Jim Ponder Liquor James '.\

Full Line BATH ROOM FIXTURES : Pond uei Jr Helen B Ponder DEALER
I Erli Pure Oil !Button and
f WATER PUMPS: Copper Pine and Fittm. (, Garni Byron Earlenir"'holl.ka Refrigeration Service
i ( LO PLUMBING: ACCESSORIES and TRIM I Stearns 101 Rest Venice AnDuePINES P

Uniiri I>r\ Good and Ready
Me Che Estimates and Contract Any Sit JabJOSSART.KINCAiD !
lo.tear.lt.: Gertrude Lancet

T J Lamer'.
i PLUMBING 1M I Ko ,\partm"nt., Thnma
i 323V, Venice; Ave. Phone 2665 Suit i Mrs Thomas: SUKU VENICE, FLORIDA
"Dependable Gulf Theatre \':ctor Rem
Plumbing That Will Stand Inipcclion
Anna RetnMam 100 ROOMS: WITH PRI\m RTITelephone

t I II & Potts (;uaKe. L<-. Fan and Steam heat

I ,.Id Putt.i HOM fctancil. Special Reduced Summer Rates Now In!
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VENICENOKOMISBANK C.,.be\ $15 Per Week Single = $25 Per Week

I Triangle Inn. Baxter DDi \'., COCKTAIL LOUNGE OUTSIDE PAY :3 T

James t", iladr.. ::1111 I SULPHUR SWIMMING P3OI
( \'. II,krl. contractor
Phone VENICE Sill for R..mati"ns
B and 15 Uir JP.11! Ni \'bern.'
a Robert 01'mar '.
: The Rt\all .tore J:1me.: M
"WE INVITE YOUR ACCOUNT Dick 'L.oa.s J plppa,

\mice dundnlirr r,r:ell:1 H1Vam.

Member of Federal Depot ln .nice C":' 'H'lt.l'. William
,Mplu :Music Shop. paji o0d!

I $5000 u; Insurance II'-n 1 ''lona: Ooldertu a.i iWnUe ".
Each $5000 i
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