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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: May 2, 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: UF00079934:00064
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![Starts FIRST TARPON OF SEASON First Returns Show :::



;$,OOO Vote of 83 to 1 1:1: ':


:ureRAINFALL For School in Venice

,
$15,000 concrete Syr !
In the first 84 questionnaires returned In the current "new
jk'at the northeast
school" survey being conducted I b V the Venice Business Association.
Us and West Veii -
every person except one voted I In i favor of Immediate construction
i started for Dr T
of a new school In Venice. 1
week as one
This announcement was made
that Venice
last night by Councilman Smyth anted both a high school and:
ulldlng bottuist
Brohard, VBA secretary after an elementary school In Venice
been broken I
I he had tabulated questionnaires! Perhaps the most surprising '
Ijr. City Supervise returned earlier in the week In
revelation made by the poll, on.
Ory reported that rider to obtain as representative ; the basis of the first returns was I:
I
Issued In Venmonths' an opinion as possible, he said, the fact that an overwhelming I

I period circulation of the questionnaires majority of those responding dp-
I j
.1 to April 30 to- will be continued next week, t
site a school in Venice so strongly I

that they favor creation of a :
BACK TO 15 CENTS special school tax district within I

'JG' STORE Price for lunches served In the city, If the trustees of District i'
I of a $10000 adV1. +I cafeterias of all schools In Sarasota No 8 refuse to recommend i .

A. Ainger Gro- Count, Including\ Laurel immediate construction of a. .

Englewood, to Nokomis and Englruood school here. j,
sundries store will 15 1
drop to rents starting
The vote In favor of such a.
tain. Has begun next Monday It van announced Continued on page six)
b Curwood and yesterday by the county '
l'
1 contractors school kupirintendent't offlte
Most Stores to
eted about next About two months al'o.lhl'n ''f

Alnger's store will it was reported federal school Close WednesdayAfternoons ;I

a I ? than double Itstie lunch aid would be withdrawn I '

pace.I the lunch price was boosted to :
I Mi e %
; 23 cents, However, the federal f i

m'a new building government Is continuing Its Virtually all Venice merchant s

Under direction olaw. aid to the school lunch pro. will Mart closing Wednesday afternoons i I''

i'' W, W Sex lour. gram, enabling return to the starting next week It I ;,
-story structure, bu IS-cent price It was explained was announced last night by i\\
I Smyth Brohard chairman of the
on page Uo> I
Chamber of Commerce "store
Not only was sentiment virtually -
... closing' committee
unanimous in favor of immediate I
liturelOpen SHOWN ABOVE is the first tarpon catch of the 1947 season In contructlon of a school Chief exceptions IIP said, will I

Venice waters, a pounder landedlast Sunday morning by Paul E. here, Brohard declared, but a like be The Rexall Store which will I II
Read (right of Jaeksonxille His guide was Captain Frank Roberts, unanimity of opinion was shown maintain regular hours for the
# Sr (left of Sarasota.FOUR I
Soon by the first 84 in expressing disapproval convenience of the public and I

1} SILVER KINGS CAUGHT of the Idea of contlnu- the Venice Laundry Venetian ;:i
,
Bt that Venice Irg to send local children in the Cleaners and Hlgcli Appliances,

at* a new furniture OFF VENICE THIS WEEKThe elementary grades to a school the latter three establishments I .'

.located at 321 Wes outside of this school district l deciding to remain open Wednesdays I' '

next to the JosI'Plumbing tarpon ere running In the Gulf off Venice, with four of I No. 81."Not and close Thursday afternoons -

Shop, wa the fighting fish already having been brought Into' the Venice a single 'Yes' vote was '

as workmen behe Inlet Docks here by anglers "practicing up" for the 1947 Inter recorded In answer to that question Among the stoles that will I

premises for national Tarpon Tournament, which will get under was on May U ," Brohard commented. I close Wednesday afternoons durIng (

lease was made I First tarpon of the reason taken Against Waiting the summer, starting next

Land Co In local waters fell to a Jacksonville an 821 -pound beauty, landed Only one ballot was cast In Wednesday, are: Venice Food

a World War IIharles I man, Paul E. Read last after a 67-minute battle and 13 favor of a wait of some years to 3hcp, C C. Lowe Grocery. Neslewood -

City, Iowa, Sunday. It weighed 30 pounds Jumps. Both Read and Hill had build a school here' 'in the hope Gift Shop, Lanler's Dry CL

the new business I and he boated It after a 22-min- Captain Frank Roberts as their that construction costs may come Goods and Ready-to-Wear, Taylor f

own as the Ven- 'ute battle during which the fish SUid Hill used 12 thread, light down." Hardware, Knowles Jewelers

He will open made 15 Jumps. tackle Only 11 of the 84 favored construction Rand R Shoe Repair and Spoilng -

the near future Lands Big One Yesterday, Mrs. Alice Scamlrf of a high school first. flood*, and Alpha Music

closed this week Early Moday morning John flm of Sarasota with Frank Rob- Fifty-nine declared their preference Shop,

estate office Hill Osprey garage owner, erts, Jr. as her guide took Tar. for an elementary school. The Gondolier office will be

Oedney. Inc, now brought In Tarpon No 2. It was (Continued on pace three) Fifteen others asserted they open Sam. to 5 pm Mondays

e Gulf Theatre ---"'\ through Fridays, but will be closed -

moved June 1enice all day Saturdays during the

avenue, the i First "New School" Poll Results at A Glance summer. 1

led until recently iI I

ry.n. I am in favor of the immediate construction of a school in Venice$3
a sugar allot- I Coming Events I
was forced this I would prefer to wait some years in the hope that constructioncosts

down his Venice may come downI ,- 1
i47 Saturday May 3
West Venice
> I would prefer a high school,- t 11I t tI tI 8 p.mNewberry vs. Oakley

I would prefer an elementary school,- 59 pool match K Club.Tuesday ,

"Both" t 15I May 6
( theR I 8 pm, Repeat performance of
I am in favor of petitioning the School Board to establish a special operetta Rumpelstlltskln.." at

school tax district in the City of Venice if the Trustees of District Laurel School.
t 8 pm., Legion auxiliary meets
High Low Inch.271 8 refuse to recommend the immediate: construction of a at Venice Air Base clubhouse.

?.. 85 70 0.10 school in Venice,- No Answer 9 "No" 5 "Yes" 7oI 8 pm., city council meets.
..., 85 66 0.00
87 67 0.00 I would prefer to continue the transportation of children along the Wednesday, !May 7 i
87 63 0.00 12:30: p.m., groceries and most
to schools outside of our own school districtas
highways
... 86 68 0.00 public other stores start mid-week afternoon -
84 70 010 long as there is space available in other districts- o closing for the summer
April .........2 91 months
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f LAUREL SCHOOL UPlR1:' I ) I Home UUw

.' WAS OUTSTANDING I I \ o con.trurt C, Kluge who

1 audlince Laurel : may be guest of Mrs Harry
W Before a I large end apprechthe auditorium I Itln to Mrs. Floyd ,Dalton.
school
evening In the
"/ last Tuesday funds for purchase Dr. to her home In
.. "Rumpelsiiltskin, to raise I
r ttta the I iI will haw Mass, alter spending -
Praise for
school.
phonograph for the
: I <.In. all, sides after the show. i I two In her home In Engle-
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'; In to popular demand I, : s %%if tT TO Ct
response En 100
be I (hi(. Phyllis \ > first visit here since \IOTIIER,
e a repeat performance will 1 !utt. Carol Ann I\'l't'k. tOO
the Philippines In
liven! next Tuesday evening at 8 Bobby ( ;
Pairai -
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her husband there,
p m.. It was announced yester- I Ritke, Tommy $ Y 1.;J
I II i on a was taken prison
t Principal J. B. Roberts. :-oG1
Cay by s
Burner .t COI when they ln\ad- tr
Mrs. J. K. Hill directed the DREAM : adam
I and
cpiretta with scenery being McCiack,'n. Ann of and was last t
as having been sent
a made by pupils of the second I nlngs JudY Ann I S
trade and flowers and arrangements ]line Wilkinson ;! aid.: a prison ship In 1
ub
''I by Mrs Anna Ruth sum. Blackburn. Patty '
Tlulma Cur!')', 6'loom spent 14 months
mm and Mrs Mary Jane M
In addition to the operetta'scast I, Robot. built' _( from the Japs, being F
!, \\
special performers included HUNTERS; .. of when the Americans
John Grant. musical glasses: Hcniietta BmkUs, and the Philippines. 1
; JEWEZ1i
S t Muriel Ritchie. Margaret Jones, pat irk, Joseph ,')' CI !
Dorothy Collin, and Robert RlRt lor, Pryor Bonmr Too More 1i Poet0fleh:
. ... :\ TICKLE and
also! l Is !* '
> marimba bells; and the toy h), Kenneth !SPORTING NEEDS
orchestra number' Joan Dye, Bowman, Barbara ; a few
Herschel Lewellvn Eugene! Eng. ley TaYlor. Mickey ; of a $7. R&R
i nan M.u' Hun Judy Taj'lorRobtit LADIES OF \' on HilI :'\ GOODS

Bill Betty Harriman, Joyce HiRcl! Ncrma Venice and Phone 3132
Patricia Adotjan) Dorothy Collins demons Nancy I Finn i rnlerNokomisBank
I
Margaret Jones. Patricia on, Kay Sjoblom. a $10000
Cashatt. Sane Godson Juanita the \
chie Betty SmIth.
Smith.ltltcn Anderson Barbara DIane \' I the
gate
e Olda Gail Dimpsej Lee Curry GENTLEMEN O Btattie IIIGEL APPLIANCES

John O.ant. Hujut Blarkbuin COURT: Bob Potts and
I
Franklin Blackbu: Dean Rutherford Leland Kooskr J the Electrical Contracting

\:\IIll'l Ritchie and Patricia ald Sydney \\' \ Wiring of aU'1 Types

Aduijan DWARFS: Jerry North.
FREE ESTIMATES
SIN'
Cast Billy Stancil
e The eat of the operetta In- Jon BanVlmblsh foi L
I
I' I GENERAL ELECTRIC DEALER
Lauded: Larry Smeze\. Jimmy chie, Martin Dixon avenue
Eoint Bobby Stevens, Bobby ons, Lawrence Keys Both
y Ham, Susan Barclay. Bobby ons, Billy Drlgers. Ilhll1 the : Refrigeration Service
TurnIIlhm Buikltj Richard for the In: I Venice Avenue Phis

Smith. Tommy Bonmr June t t
BIRTH .*\\()
:Siikelen!I Janice Lanltr and I ach.

e: Franklnl Bcdarb Birth of a !: 'lIlul's"p
PEASANTSNancy Dye. Joyce pnne, on April 26 [' :\ \( 34UI"L.: HOUSE MAINTENANCE AND SER1I1\1[,
Edwards Betty Eles Onger RitIIOr ,
I Hospital wan '
"ood -\pt..llotel Bldr Phone 2086 111 \\ 11
and Mrs. Cecil D, en.toying i : MEKCIUNT TAILORING
::1 : PUKING .
Venice She \\ wxeial
IU Expert: Cloaninl-M.d..to.Ord.r Lpk-|
1 15 ounces. I Bay Taller Slip Covers Drapes Etc.-General St..i|
R&R team ) : ICAL R..iro-R.friler.tion--Hou..h.J4..
Phone 3132 | SOLD;! Through for : mcrcial- AII Horn Appliance
\.ru s> from \ene! .Nokomis I -Bruih or Spray-In and OuU.d
I cents per word I !l.I n'as
lUnkl I f.uniturTr.iloro, Cart Etc
I'I'I
I fled ad. and M -WALL PAPERING-CARPENTEHU
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of I SEE US NOW FOR WORK ON MXR ti0t'!! |
Mi'.
t I THIS SUMMER
,! Full Line BATH ROOM ,nil to ,
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tLKTRIC HOT RATER HEATERS Mi- .
\;' \\,HUt PUMPS Copper Pipe and Fittn: : alreadha :
i f t ( LO-IT SEATS' 2 Piece Open or \: Mr :
LIMBING A( (''EMORIES; and TRIM
if
1.'I' or 100''
I C\p! Estimates: and Contract Any !Sire H.lion 1 -

visit In N" l
JOSSART-K1NCAID I of weeks. : BANK
LIMBINGND: : HEATING \ her home i
\4 323 W Venice Ave.

: Dep.nd.bl. Plumbing That Will Stand ---. VENICE FLORIDA
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N ( UR Rf.( INVITE YOUR ACCOUNT]

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weeks
I Member of Federal. Deposit Insurance Corp


I VENICE 1 :who i>:,nd Bach Mrs 'I $ Maximum For Each DepoSItor Insurance


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an ,, ', I Special

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Real Estate SER\ICE QUICK: *'" $stm$> NORRIS Boxes



? Now Is the Time to Buy Venice WH1TNl i icJ



Homesite in Venice I

hy Not Jo: !
Attractive Lois for Sale o
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Ame A Gift for MOTHER From Our
Prices ," ,'
Reasonable I Me Any :' :, Line of Perfumes and Toiletries
*
Team ('.
+ LELONGCARA Nf
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Pu'on: k
3 Nokomis Avenue South James D REVLON YARDLEY

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Venice Softballt
Passenger FOR SALE
I) Hops Team Defeats .j

1.50 2.1 WINDOWSCOMPLETE
ITtalc. and N..rby Ml OM FrMrtW A.rT.TO BlantonX148In
fLY'IN I EAST LESSONS j
WITH FRAMES AND WEIGHTS
>_....**t-A.,..v4 Semi: one of their final practice
c-tl_.. EnrWIimnt games before starting play In the 4 24 x 16 12 24 :x 24 !

J AIRCRAFT INC. Sarasota County Softball Leagueat 4-24x26 1-28x26 f
Payne Field in Sarasota. a {
UORIZED ERCOUPE DEALERSP. week from tonight the Venice
!
O. Box 2tl E. T. 0..11I softball team last Sunday afternoon ALVIN JONES )
r VENICE SARASOTA 6306W i
PHONE MM
defeated Blantons of Sarasota -
14 to 8 on the local diamond .

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The victory gave the local soft- ....... ...IIH....,. .....####.........H
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bailers a two-out-of-three mar ,
to Lt.. hi Florid. gin in their practice series with GALVANIZED STEEL i'

A Distinction to LIT U Venice the Blanton squad, the same \
.:,\, team they are slated to tangle Immediate Delivery ; I

I::' H. N. WIMMERSRealtor with in league play nest Friday A I
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night
289 sheet 29 ga. 26x72 corrugated 1 1.4 inch
Theo Dandridge, who drew
; 234 sheets 29 26x84 corrugated 1 1-4'inch
credit for the victory, pitched ga
VENICE FLORIDA the first four frames for Venice 263 sheets 29 ga. 26x96 corrugated 1 1-4 inch :

,T'..,. iM i Trail Moot also Open Gulf last Sunday, turning over a S to I If 240 sheet 29 ga. 26x108 corrugated 1 1-4 inch
lead to Byron Jones in the fifth 171 sheets 29 ga. 26x120 corrugated 1 1-4 inch : !

inning Jenkins caught for \ 285 sheets inch
28 ga. 26x96 corrugated 1 1-4 I
Dandrldge, while Whitaker served : .
45 sheets 28 ga 26x132 corrugated 1 1-4 Inch I
as backstop for Jones. Jack : .
Gray, on the mound for Blan : 963 sheets 29 ga. 30x96 Flat stock
STUDIO BEDS
ton's, went the full distance for \
Very Good Assortment In his squad : WRITE OR SEE

Maple. Blonde Leatherette and with The line score: : \V. F. ANDREWS n!

Upholstered AnnaHOLLYWOOD Blanton's ............ 301 040 08 : I

Venice ................ 051 30514 : Cleveland, Florida

Office Open: t:00 A.M. to 1:00 P.M. Dally Including Sunday

TARPONContinued i FOR DIRECTIONS IP CALLING SEE i

CLIMESpot I CLEVELAND POST OFFICEN"e"

( from page one) !
't'N I11' H-H'I .t.t"ft1Nt##H'4Wo i.Wat.tox
pon No 3, a 68-pounder that suc-
N cumbed battling after but 15 minutes cT -

IWN BEDS .
Less than an hour later, J. B.
,a FURNITURE I.VNERSPRINOMATTRESSES Rich of Huntington, W Va. who f f't

was guided by Captain Ernie

G FURNITURE CO. Bright of Sarasota came Into ,
the Venice Inlet Docks with a
leather Your Nest With A Little Down'JA ;
pounder.. I
ARCADIA FT. MYERS Frank Lanius, Sr. and his I
crew of workmen meanwhile

had been rushing construction ofa I,.
display scaffold on the lawn in 'I''t
I SAY-'AVE front of the Venice-Nokomis Ii
Chamber of Commerce, at the '
YOU SEEN 'ISLORDSHIP .' intersection of Venice avenuean !

the Twnlamla Trail.
? Floor FinishIs i
Fish On DisplayIt The Finest

was completed shortly before Watcrlox
noon yesterday and Rich tarpon

t h Q was hung for exhibition. In home or public buildings, a Waterloxed floor gives i
Harry A. Beach. C. of C. secretary -
the final appearance and the most satisfactory wear. !
reported it attracted con
siderable attention. Waterlox, used M a floor seal and finish dries with a

An amusing feature was that wax-lik, glow, M not slippery. when wet clean easily

four of the first five passing and its durability mean economy __ .
2 motorists who halted their cart
ON SALE AT
to get a close look at the tarpon,
J
-' had their pictures taken stand-
Taylor HardwareVENICE
Ing beside it, apparently to

. -:--. -,.. .... til "prove" their angling prowess 'to
, the folk back home.
this get where they are by not appreciating the Co.
life 'IS LORDSHIP and many other iCx1that With the capital prize for the Plastic Age Boat & Equipment ;
drinking WISELY is one of the good things biggest tarpon caught being a NOKOMIS
can be found stocking up at PONDER'S. brand-new 1947 automobile, Interest
in.this years Sarasota o

!1M PONDER'SOTTO County tournament is being Lanier& MoremenFLORIDA
shown throughout the nation, it
,: .... f: .. Q v 0 R. DISTRIBUTORS FOR WATERLOX i '
It I was reported by the Sarasota
County Anglers' Club, tourney WAREHOUSE: VENICE FLORIDA

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A Now, hear this: 4.1

Once upon i time,
0\ li'v
,country beside J
\ 'i M do not agree with a word you nay, but I will defend the .%

.O with m> life jour right to say it VOITAIKI- country called AdJ.t'J
t strangers
business office, 313 West came and It
Editorial and
Published every Friday ed ll, 03;
t 'y Venice Avenue, Venice Florid. P. O Box 632 Phone Venice 3131 WhereUO
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xadeis u'ually do
;,} r MEMBER FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION there ,
NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION elbowing mile.Indian

Entered ai lee nd-cUu matter June 6. 1946, at the post office for themselves inhabitant it I

4 at Venice, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879 them th'e were dl h>4

Subscription year, $250, six month, $1.SO; three aUon later to be :
i mouths, 75c Classified advertising rater 2 cents per word, first 20 \
room for
worth; 1 cent per word for each additional word new ;
they were
to
refer iotimads
CARRCLL H, WILLIAMS Editor and Publisher "

HELEN WILLIAMS .. Office, Manager I
For Adrolf, You L

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.. .. LETTERS To The EDITOR I climate resources mid, ;And, and neap 1r1! .,


I Raze upon it with
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clally mm whose

Venice, Florida Bible Is still true famil i .fa it and keenly ill;+

EdiiorVen You the citizens, must realize t winds and bitter t

';j; Gondolier (hat the forming of the mans' I northern homeland

,
Deal Sr J : groups Is doing nothing morethan ONE MOKE SARONG OIlL. HAVE .
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tw Will you please print this open dividing your Influence and ENOUGH FOR THE SMAt>,MRS.BLOfZ.* Now, most favored i

\: letter to the citizens of lower causing those with good Inten this favored land of fc] :'

Sarasota County? tions to use them competing the Atosarat

., I;t t9 would like first to state that against others who also hate STATE C. OF C. ABSOLVED OFt settled here -region at let]J r

\ : I I am making the following statements good Intentions. mokon, at Doo"'elnet
..' I say this and If you will BLAME IN WARM SPRING CASEIn I
t as a private citizen and at Eclncv, and six '

y :', not as a school teacher over any petty feeling and think the March 21 Issue of The Gondolier, we printed a "Letter places> +

We have a need In this and you will agree; we need a strong to the Editor" from E. O. Susong, publisher of the GreenovlDe Dallj IYIud the; ;.

combined Chamber of Commerce Sun at Greeneville, Tcnn. which other "it'
stated: t a cinch II s srrnw.
'to;J the surrounding communities for _
There are many who gripe about I understand there is a warm I We cotta hits Jour :
l' a better operative attitude betwecn -
'i;!," 'i the citizens and the the Chamber of Commerce; well!) spring near Venice here peoplego Board of Hea.lttat Jacksonville that : children: mill
f
t (,/ tradesmen themselves You are It won't get better with your to be treated for arthritis. We end It was the letter from THEM dren of the man air,'

/ ,;:1+ all losing sight of the greatest I griping; but can become a powerIn wrote to the Florida State Chamber that I sent up home Mrs. Mills who will Join us heiT; II

this place with active wrote to Colee "The letter said I
need of all when you form the your of Commerce, and they fcaid: years will verily as< t '

1lo'!t : many factions that are present support. You ask why a Chamber, there were no warm springs within there was NO such body of water to be Ignorant Dopei

of Commerce Because it Is the and no hospitals for arthritis
( In this locality today the state bourdarles So they built school ,
standard organ of publicity which question I hadn't asked).
A petition Is being circulated Commenting editorially on that liberally for the jwr
throughout this country and is It was a nice letter, but it justdidn't
I today which follows propaganda letter, The Gondolier remarked ulation they confute:
formed for the Ideals that you give the Information.
r v I in the recent paper leading you that It wa< a case "that would fated One at Yerpst

It', to believe that there is a crying desire, seem to call for prompt action by "I am so sorry my family blamed stay, one at Slraota

;" 'l,1, need, for a grade school. Tills I am only offering these topics 'the Venice.Nokomis Chamber of f you with this misinformation Doowelgne but. tj

':. propaganda is erroneous when for your thought, although I Commerce,' urging that the local but they probably mislaid the none at all at Ecu! ;

f I might say other things which C. of C letter and they knew it was i a
{ you face the actual facts. inform the state organIzation blamed this on a m 1
nil would only cause unpleasant
of the existence of Florida State representative" Politics but
I 1 Carroll Williams In all sin.I' feelinn*. Warm for that r

P cerity, published a list of figures Salt Spring(; famed spa 12 mile Whereupon Colee communicated touch) I
: My
'ff:1 next
topic Is this
; I. which Tarpon south of Venice. with the State Health Officer -o -
mean a lot and then

\ I' I ,: ':" mean nothing. What you again must here Tournament and have You seen all the do banking inscription Unwilling to believe that such Dr Wilson T, Sowder, and he replied Time passed Alas! K t

'f\ I, realize, if( you are going to decide on the checks "WHERE an alert organization as the state I that his department had the borders of ma

I j intelligently. Is the fact that the TARPON TOURNAMENTS C, of C could be ignorant! of the I indeed received an Inquiry from there spread an ecoox. n

: .'4 existence! Mrs, Mills "as to the location of ,
,1 present school building in Nokomis ORIGINATED." Well, of Warm Salt Spring. a thing nun called
if
\ : !' IR a fine building far you however, we hot springs or lakes In Florida Depression. AdiroU! '
as pointedly
as don't watch put in a
1 out It will be the I
)
; buildings where one could go for TREATMENT too Tie Auxaru P '
go It parenthetical
was designed question
mark
.. place where they died out. In :i
of hard hit And so wee
during the our editorial arthritis.
palmy days when Here again Is a divided house comment to wit I munltles of Lerual. Tr

\'' '11 I :I' Florida was booming with realestate I have this to say:: This tourna "We refer to the fact that the 'Our Knew of Sprints mokon, Doowelgne, in i j
Bureau of PreventableDiseases
prosperity That
building Florida bed
ment is running as it is with this State Chamber of Com Men pocketbooks
" :.{ is actually a series of outside dissatisfaction merce 'IF OUR was thoroughly familiar ly empty. So did the d
due GREENEVILLTENN.
1 to the factthat E.
connected rooms, with seats in .. i with the location of the hot Not until a Great Vi
,
all too few CORRESPONDENT
f 'Y "I4it/ place for students, guides and Interested WHOSE Brings 12 or 14 miles below Venice involving many, nun
'': : I citizens turned out to LETTER IS REPRO- Prosperity once again
f. .f' : II A high school building requires have a part in the setting up of :DUCED IN OUR LETTERS TO Dr. Sowder advised Colee, rolf Twas ever th

. J many: types of rooms today dt the rules THE EDITOR" COLUMN but we replied to Mn. Mills that I must kill each other t

: : toted to the ELSE-1 we knew of no place where make Fat Profits I
.t subject to be learn. Let's WHERE 0V THT__ .. ... treat-
I go on, a recent n "
, ed and requiring specialized survey ,CORRECT I ment could be given, which U the again people came IB Sm
; r made by a visitor In the school apparently has never question ly great numbers to Ivy
.j
f equipment for the I heard she asked
1, I! sciences and indicated that only about one- of Warm Salt Springs ." "It us and to the favored My
\ art*, Is
a : : ,: 1/I/ ....._ ..L.That. building will do awwjuinui third of our children n, .on_ tn__ _sin_.._- Harry A. Beach, secretary of that extremely unfortunate Cion. Yerpso grew, rs

r I. joouth some revamping day School and Church. That Is the V-N C, of C did unfavorable publicity has grew, and SimokonFjj

for the training of representative of Fet in touch with promptly resulted from our failure to elaborate Dowelgne grew, and -\
grade our coming the state C cf all Ecinev
school children on the grew.
But do spa facilities
rather
.j you generation C. and Harold
and Is Col.e >r
a direct result executive .And the long
want than
to have the
and a new grade school of parental Influence Your social vice-president of that orpaniza but treatment of arthritis, schools filled up WOO jj
then if
send your child back and Juvenile problems of iron, gave the matter we have erred, we are see even the blinded
to the olden days for today jut as sorry In the III
their High are directly related to Prompt attention. future we shall en.deal'or that More Room
the
School guld. FaCllilJ j
f training? ance given during Blameless to be more specific and More Modern
childhood
DON'T be misled You This avoid such misunderstandings" Deeded.VENICE .
with
statements can study in your Bibles week, Beach received

+ to the effect that you will t about the fall of empires due to letter from Colee clearing a (Editors Note: While we don It was at this poi
the
1 I get both.' We have wanted aid the tendency of man to whole matter and it tums. up t blame the State C. of C. d lay, the people o( ?
iC forget
f. needed the new High School for GOD. State C. ore. is blameless out the for understandably being a Poke up and asked tfc*'
v
'., /J' several years and Just now at the Our own development of this undeserving of any cmicj J'ttle' "mICCt'd"at having U "How Bclnev.now and, we thereto biIn ""
time take
that we can see a chance of community whatsoever in the rap" for eMM*
t and surrounding this case, a fact that something send our smallest
getting it someone comes communities The Gondolier was not Its fault and <
along ,
can see that same is happy lllay we road to Lerual
to be offer
f r with a secondary idea which h thing going on today and able to report. them the eouolbtr. Children up the road Wand
we, the
t a ;'r tends to cloud the Issue and fay citizenry, stand by in Indifferent Colee sent Beach copies thought that the whole litel. is this right or J 0s
of rode.
cor- dent of Ecinev have
silly the wIn
actual at
t need manner blaming respondence in least serves u *
the fellow cite connection wit publih truth, than they of
clze
z, Leaving the school his tracing the fact that Florida d M"Nutsl"
subject, down the facts DOCS Slnjokon counted as
-j'; which I desire zen.Let's all turns out and I It have! a warm salt exclaimed so*
I you all to give adopt a better broth that Mrs, Frank sprint within
much more thought erly attitude Mils of C. its.border., After all people of Ecinev pon*
j on, I bring and a Christian Acworth, Oa., pubncWll.
way sister W'talnty
lIP the next Item of life the Tennessee of this .Ute.atlnwtloM fact, "thats haj
A and
; I
\ :; recent or. am willing to bet publisher, origl IS the were entitled *

.tl'' gauteation was formed calling our prosperity will mean more Wally wrote the Tallahassee Primary Job of the norlda' school of our own we''
,
Itself State
the Venice Business Association. than ever before both in broth not the State Chamber Chamber of Co.......". time as many kids td"
A fine name and erly love Commerce of and undoubtedly as It"
t probably and community spirit asking for Informs from new eq, Lerual school

I founded with fine 'ideals I don t Thank you lion concerning "a warm both thl Tallahassee C. of .Ce, salt; we have U-the -
eye :; question that or body spring and the many going to j
State
end of
111 I ; what I have John S. WilkinsonEditor's Water In Florida where Board of Heal...: school u attend U |

2 I, to say Is this, A HOUSE DIVIDED ( Note: Please! people With arthritis had been will make It a point to *.e;,i mokon. Yes sir! It'> 1"Im
Not lion .
AGAINST ITSELF helped" our of Dui T.Whareupon
CANNOT Warm school
_
'""" Salt Spelap had a
STAND This 'N'wwlntl Is still "I had Whenever Action w
quotation from the a they reoelvs
mighty hard to very nice letter imob-111011.
get) from Scrtb
them such as put of that your
advising I the ODe Aside
write the State Millar) M Mra..;;.+. ;10oa'asoon app

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VENICE GONDOLIER

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., ....+.lt poun4) 10-ounce CHALLENGE MATCH Venice Bowlakade Venice Bowlakade 1 Mrs Charles McG. Roberts and
\W Yvonne Victor over young Jimmy .1 Mrs. H W. Reilly. in charge of
UuieftefWolyn was Women's LeagueW
SS at; Sarasota Hospl- In Keys a by special a score"championship"Itnr.lrht of 75 to $7 L Men's LeagueW arrangements for last Saturdays ,

Lsi46. :211li A VIA.UM Paul R Tay. pool match at the K teneflt: food sale for the Venice- !
Woman's Club, yester-
Club last Saturday Pins Nokomis
night Bud L Pins L
Newberry, of day reported the affair was highly i
i co-owner the Band
lilstll
11'ltIIi'I Venice Laundry ..... 9 3 9464Venice
25,335
;- h' B Bar will defend his Charm Beauty 31 11 expressed appreciation -
suLC.es.sful They
r
4 Use a GON. Food .. ....... ... 9 3 9144 24 12 UUUb i
II Zliilta newly won laurels tomorrow' SmItty's
t ; Ad. night against the of Smittys ... .. ............ 8 4 8.925 Earl's 23 16 21955 for the public's response .

>h \01. Jim Oakley, another challenge Adrians .. ............... 7 5 8939 Nestlewood 21 18 23297 and for the generous assistance -
. Wf1 Nat man of this district. top cue- Earls ..... ............ 7 5 8770 Pines Hotel 18 18 20,Ob'i they received especially

,,- 2 Ben Dunn, owner of the K Rand R ... ............ 48 8752 Trailer Park 18 24 23.8B, mentioning Miss Virginia Bowden -
mess Club J and J .. .. ... 4 8 8,562 J and J 13 26 21059 I
said the match
1 AND at 8 p.m. and the public will Is start invited Hlgel .... .. .... .... 0 12 8.093 Palm Grill 8 31 2096. I / who handled ticket Rales

to attend \\fikg Results Week's Results

t .eisional.t Tuesday. April 29, Venice Food Wednesday, April 23, Pines Hotel ,
y defeated Earl's 2-1; Venice Laundry defeated J and J 3-0. Friday, ,.
Jr
wrCoryQC defeated J and J 2-1. Thuis- April 25 Trailer Park defeated u,>ai t\\l

RADIOS day. May 1, Smltty's defeated Charm Beauty 2.1. Monday, April BOWL
i 1tlf Higel! 3-0, R and R defeated 28, Charm Beauty defeated Palm

,, REPAIREDOPEN Adrians 2-1. II Oilll 2-1. J and J defeated Tial. For .
'LADES. 111.D, 8 A.M TO 1 PM: AVERAGESIncluding er Park 2-1.

TTr'i'; AYgtsStine Ave. ( Games to April 29 AVERAGES FUN t

i' 5251-1141yme 3495k (Compiled by Marjorie Adorjan. {CompUrd by Marjorie AdorJan.. J
S, $ to 5, Except !
League Secretary>)> League Secretary) And

Saturday P.M. Stoner, Earl .. 177 Shanley Pines Hotel 141 1 j

Jonas, Venice Food 17S Barclay Charm Beauty 129 HEALTH

N INGof o Buikctt Adrian's 174 Kuykendall, Trailer Pa. k 129 ,
J: Curwood, Smitty'S 171 128 I
Dick Charm Beauty
All Kinds 1 Venice Radio Service Jossart Venice Laundry 168 Hilton, Trailer Park 125
m ,kl JONES Phone 2C72 Oakley, Venice Laundry 165 Graves, Nestlewood 124
'
tl I +i f 2981r 251 W. Venice Ave. Venice Leger, Adi Ian i 162 Koogler Nestle wood 12:'
Dietrich, R and R .. 158 Curwood, Smitty's 122
f
J. C. Blorseth V. Laundry .. 156 Davidson, J and J 122
J Burkett. J and J 156 Richardson Palm Grill 121

Kuykendall, Venice Laundry 155E. Stoner Trailer Park 121
r 'ON FISHING SUPPLIES Keys, Venice Food 154 Adorjan Nestlewood 121

... 153
Nave Earls 121 !
VENICE
Potaby, Smitty's
!: 'REELS LINES HOOKS: ETC. Pappas Smttty 153 Joyner, J and J ... 117 1
Richardson R and R 153 Smith, Earls .. 115 COWLAKADE
TACKLE TO MEET SPECIFICATIONS FOR Shanley. J and J 151 Dawes Smittys 115

sr CD: CLASSIFICATION IN THE COMING: Biohard Smlttyi 151 Hanchey Smltty's 115
"*' TARPON TOURNAMENT Duke Higel ... 151 Baker N'stlewood 114 And Grill

q Hilton, R and R 150: Earl. Earl's .. llo
\ PLASTIC AGE Aiuiei, Venice Food 149 Bates, Earl's 11
245 West Venice Ave.
147
Adorjan, J and J
A. Surls, Palm Grill .. 113
AT & EQUIPMENT CO. Weltz, Venice Food .. 146 Pratt Earl's I' Phona 2661 'qREASONS \

r Dee Earl's . ... 146I. Farrar, J and J... .. 112 r
h AIL NOKOMIS PHONE 2753Ifi V Bioiseth, V. Laundry 145 Adrian. Palm Grill\ 1U j

'.. \ Ainall Smittys 144 Nelson Pines Hotel 109 .
ni Adrian, AdrIan's .. 144 Jones. Charm Beauty 109 5
a / Lewellyn Adrian 142 Stockman, Charm B-nuly 109 / WHY
k Williams Venice Food 141J
J and J 106
O Haynes.
$ 1 INVEST IN A CITY WITH A FUTURE Keys, Earl's ... .. 140 Pappas Pines Hotel lOG increasing millions

VENICE Bouchard. Higel 138 Biohard Smittys 105 Snap Back With t
FLORIDA .. .. .
p Hodgin Hlgel 138 Dee, Trailer Park 104
Luckey, J and J 138 M. Surls. Palm Grill 10
*it S 'On Bay And Gulf Investment Properties -
a c t Mack. R and R .. 136 \
Williams. Trailer Pak 102
4: /i Farm Rentals :
Acreage -
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>b Koogler R and R 13J: Cook, Pines Hotel B"

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t Nelson, Hlgel 133 Lumley, Palm Gilll\ 92
1 RICHARD II. GEDNEY Fenton, Eails .. .. ... 131 E. Haynes. J and J 8!
Earl, Earls .. .. ... 131
(Incorporated), Adams, Smittys .... .. U6 SON ORS
( REAL .... . hf
rte ;erect ESTATE Broker Joyner, J and J. 125 Designed to speedily relieve
Phone 3311sildiag Raeburn Smitty's .. ... 125 Mr. fend Mrs, James Thoma' simple headache and f t
Boone, Hifeels .. .. .. 121 Birdsong Sr. of Venice, announce discomforts of neural)
$ Venice, Fl.
-S Ff tS :';:w vl kalwb the birth of a son, Jame 1 Measured doses In

Local Firm Now Thomas Birdsong, Jr.. at the f.7 r form for quick auimilauuu.i .

Halton In Sarasota
Hospital on
Shipping WRterloxIh'oi'gho1. ) i Proof of merit Same type formula -
ADS April 26. The new arrival neighed r over one-third century.
CLASSIFIED
t State seven pounds. five ounc'
:6 k .PMecL.yfirst Standard TJ 8 Ingredients I
20 words, le each additional word. :Minimum Al Moremen and Tom Lanier, Laboratory tested, controlled ,I II
,tit .....1.LCash y wth Ad. Special rates for more than one CHECKED .
who recently were appointed
] r''f,-the same ad. Ads will be accepted over the telerUlk ITCH IK*Jiff I/ In price rang of everyons.
Florida state distributors for the a lOc and 2So ste*.
up to 5 p.m Thunday11th the understanding -or Money lull
kf frfll remit payment promptly,) famed Waterlox waterproofing For quick relief from itching causes by_m.,, Caution: Vile only as directed
athlete foot,cables, pimples and other llchinieonditiona ,
t A FSi products disclosed this week that use pure,cool medicated liquid

a Baft!** SALE FOR REST : they are now making shipments D O. O.PKEicmrriON. :r'l doctor formula Huy-rstV
Greaseless. and.\ain.... Soolhea. comforts and sW
7 dally from their local warehouse quickly colas intense Itch'.... 35c tnal but
,::2 and several FURNISHED efficiency apait- proem 11,or money back Don Buffer Auk youidnuTWt I
bone 2663 mont $40 per month year 'round at the rear of 213 West Venice today for D. D. D. PHUCMimoN,

rgofg' Phone Venice 3291. avenue to dealers In cities !
17eIt: REELS, Kale"IS. Florida and southen

a f 4 I Pfleueer. Ocean, Plastic City HELP WANTED: Georgia throughout and Alabama. IS THERE SUCH A THING AS

ent Co, Trail YOUNG LADY or young man While Lanier and Moremen
rte. to do general office work. SteadY, i
h maintain headquarters In Venice:
tonP full-time Job. Apply In person
(i ,WHEEL CHAIR Jos.art-Kincald, Plumbers. 323 both have been making frequent PERFECTr

d- f See Billey at W Venice Axe hIps throughout their Florida-
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Georgia-Alabama territory, estubllsh -

b COUPE six good hoi WANTEDLADY ekexpmg Live In.to Cell do Venice light- I :ng new dealerships,

deg I Trailer hitch 3379. The Plastic Age Boat and WOMANHOOD ?

Islnrl bee] trailer Spe- Equipment Co. Is the Nokomis
PERSONALS:
BUSINESS ,
h car and trail-!
I Hardware
-- Waterlox dealer. Taylor -
.separately Tower PUT IN. Muck
DRIVEWAYS
t' handles Waterlox In Venice "No"-claim medical authorities who ought to I
fill dirt, .hell Louis Adorjan know! Nature has so constructed and physi.cally .
4 CAMPING OUT- Phone 2782 endowed woman that in many cases she
[ Gas on Stomach apt to suffer certain distressing symptoms
mosquitornof. RENT A CAR by day or week during her life For Instance, when she enters
34x9'/2 umbrella Automobile charter trips anywhere Relieved in 5 minutes or womanhood-or during the menopause the

nilhlldrt art 1 i-to, porch, built- Also, charter boat deep when .double...... ...."your"... ..1,1.money',,,,,, Nlnfnh back,, enema period when fertility ebbs of away.the month female
ouble bed Now if on 'certain days'
..
camp u.lh
sea fishing Ray Southern. Phone Ins -11 nl"nsrh' "d l.anhorn d.-r. a
,.... ,..
disturbances are
functional monthly
(ttresse Sinltig 2056 or see at Venice Inlet Docks. ..ympl.II....stle ell,i'ntMlelM hk' ,,_ 11. 19'll'! .urtmfnrt .. causing you to suffer from pain, nervous distress
I d Is chain with T"'L' Nn Ui."I.. Nell-m... brine. It s
Night Phone 2501. tiny' or douhlr pair mxey bock an nl.,n of bottl and feel so tired cranky you snap at
dtoor t(Camp table Ice- "- -'- 10 IlL IHI: It all drib t. your children and husband-then do try Lydia
1s electric plate REAL ESTATE FOR SALE -- E Pinkham's Vegetable Compound to relieve
111011of lantern Miscel- --- such symptoms Its /amout tar this purpose.

and pan Mod ESPECIALLY For Girl and WomenPInkham'
ofdace' able paint spray AcreageVENICE
Compound DOES aloes than relieve
[lip electric motor
FARMS SKIN'' such monthly pain. It ALSO relieves "accompanying
i, 2a hp Men nervous tension,irritability and weak,
re! 0 er, very good nlghstrung feelings-when due to this cause.Taken .
40 heel box trailer $25.00 to $50.00 regularly thruout the month-this
great medicine helps build up resistance
Wtstoo flded chassis and
An Acre loseStop against such distress A thing any sensible
capped tires. 4x7 woman should want to do)

card t North must sell FEE SIMPLE DEED Lydia Plnkham's Compound is also very .
hM cr. Venice Bayer Scretchtoel' -Try This effective to relieve hot flashes and those funny,
5 embarrassing feelings\ daring the years 38 to
the pm Purchaser to pay for abstract Distress of ugly plmplM, Pasha Itching 'middle-age
heft burning akin dlaoraera resulting from oa. 82-when due to the functional
BT'S' t.mal irritations eta often b* quickly nIMvad period peculiar to women.
Ifs by this simple Inexpensive tnatmmt '
worth 111111117odLL
FlnUuunt is
Gel a small bottle /iloo..IJM..14 Oil Compound .
1010Do
I>JED house tot H. Wimmers at Uw Use aa directed for t
A +vo bedrooms In REALTOR rack.10 rs.fi\i:\ :. 'i Eounld or money Oil d' VEGETABLE
crihland ]1 or'see Brlleyr COMPOUND"f.
office. VENICE FLORIDA ,
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VENICE GONDOLIER 1:

Fat SixCoast ----- I Charter Tide '' F
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t ,, Loral Legionnaires Tadb
1 NEW SCHOOL VESctwt
Guard Favor Universal AmendmentApproved Dote ( s., I !:

Again Rescues (Continued from page one) Fri, May 2 ?sirs, '_
'
voted No Militaryrrraining lit
Five :
step totaled 70. Sat. May 3 12 I: t
rlt.a .' t
i\okomis Man \\'rule nine: persons failed toI Adoption A bill amending the Venice city l131t 's
' t definite answer to that paitiiuhr A solution favoring I be SUn.. May 4 12 lit
eti Tramim:,l so that the mayor can
=- .::.' second time within lee question Two of tho* toting of cnmnal Sfropoal charter I Mon Mays"1-1 '
the
three city
of such a ptndtnlbcforp I counted as one of the ,
Coast Guard against formation now
the
:>-.::n a month 12
)has had to come to the rescue of !veclal school tax district here'l''Conness; 'tIIll'l'n heart)members endorsement ,, council members constituting a I Tues. Mi> e uR
have MondaY this week by
last
f Brohard diwlowd Quorum was passed '
w B"dly Pratt Nokomis commer- holding within the city' of No,\1'1 Post No 159 of ;. Wed M..>" !:(.*|

cal fisherman and his boat, the property atll'ltdJlIh.. to Legion meeting at the Florida legislature I :,
lean -
but no children ,the ATOM I
11 clubhouse Under this new set-up the Thur M.t1 8 ;
Base
cal school. theirenire Air Frl
May 9 51I1'sg
. boat was disabltd Thtlr opposition to such Mcc.Comimnder J D. Tate major and two members of the

,', bj engine' trouble far out move I it" he eomm ntcd. "undcistandaole moved adoption of the ..evolutionviith council will comprise the necessary % SELL TER

T the Gulf a week ago tcdav ," Dirk Rich seconding the quorum for transaction of 80 Fr)ers

\ l drifted helplessly I: for four nights "It', ( nminil motion, and the post went on official bUsiness. However, if one Ite.t Offn Td1R'

and four diy until he was sighted A pungent commmt was that I recoid as favoring UMT without i councilmen objects to \ ,

.' and rescued by the Coast nude l by Mrs Robert Jennings any dimming di cus sion. of the two S 5idee C

k 7 O'aid last TiiPRdiv Hiving had of 328 Sorrento stievt Vrmcr'l Five mw nwmber.'ere an- a matter up for approval It will on Fum ir(1

pit::1ty of food and water aboard who wrote: I flounced by AdJutant B E. Biwcn automatically be held up until P O. Box 391 (

I j t -uffirrd l no ill effect from the We also have friends: who art as follows: Cecil H Grieve the next council meeting


,;" i g Engine trouble 111.0l'U the Venice, if the holllI err' Bladm Vernon O Beattie. Film ioccnUbv Councilman Finn I
t1 "ae of a similar experience
adcq late. I \\', Caspl'r'l'n. Caspeisin as a means of avoid-
ally: :n April and the Nokomis\ of
When you have children : of Theo Dlnd.1 men stalemates as occur
i friends week Upon motion ing
s f":lit man told this .
coiwtderatlcn '
school age. your primary I decided to tae :, sometimes when two members of
\ 'oJ lot plan to take his bout ridge, the post
i is their welfare and adsncement in the absent at the 'TIME
entertamim nt 'I the council are O1'0tltr
public
i r t : "in until he cb alns anN a
\ In the educational I dining hall a week front to- same time
KMI
:TJ; 10'Call 1
r field In this day and age It' : Q I
nidht Commander Ralph The amendment further provide Welcome TiK d
criminal fur a child In town tal
Simpson cppomud the followinginmmittee : that In future balloting If a
r 1 George" ride three miles out "into the' to make arrangements)! 'candidate for the council falls to (LWEW
country to go to school! I IAddltona.l I'
If results of the poll for the affair: James Dtmpseychairman get a majority of the votes cast u

week : Ald.ne Chcmult and there shall be' a run-off election( Pool ('and) _(
will be announced next I
t Cairoll H Williams between the two highest men
Part of the Proceeds will btpiven I ..
f Calendar -,
Midget to the Crippled Children s i"

i Hospital In St. Petersburg UNTIL MAY 15
1 I I i
More than 50 r<'r onH attended
.
(.f) I Venice Inlet Docks Dining P.,.
< ; the last such entertainment.faced
: ''I J; PHONE 2056:
"l.J J < bv the local Union po-t. I
IIIr I r." I Will Be Open Dally 4PM: to 10;20 PM '
: .. :- held! In the Community club- I3_
(Closed Mondasi>
,
LET US PUT YOUR \ 1:ou-e in Englewood, It wa rated 'I FROM MAY 15 ON

CAR IN A-l SHAPE () tJ ;',. an o'ltsiandmlu'crM, I
1 %how Committee \\ E WILL BE OPEN 24 HOI'IN \ D\T

i Y( u can leave jour car here 'L _ _" A commitlu\ comnr>s 'l of Dirk I ,\Venice Inlet Near The Venice Jrltm

:rd be confident that we OA' 1947 Rich J A John But For Sale Guides Available )hilt, I,.
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rill fix what needs to bee 1 ham HIliI'Ila.> appointed to contact i
+ r ,x, d i not more) In record 4 { 6 ; 8 9 10 Victor Rettv owner of the "-
ti It It I) 14 15 16 171319to
Jv" me at bottom cost Out Theatre concerning his reported -
u L&4 M
h
tYl t 1} 16 17 tS 19 JO jiAM plans to close the show.I SUMMER RATES NOW IN EFFEI(

W. Specialize in Repairing I I house for extensive remodellnr -- D0'l
i' Chrysler Products I | work this summer (JJOO IP)
I
II I Paul Oodui!
I the club and entertainment .
D.\\"'S TilE im committee
11 NOKOMIS I II TO VISIT caged that any Legion- EL PATIO MOTE)

GARAGE nalre or friend who can play any

Band B BAR kind of a musical Instrunvm attend 223: \\, \enlre\re, VENICE, FLORID \ PI
Ceorg T Devlin, Prop I tomorrow night open
305 W. Unifff
Yt t On th. Trail Phone 2581 I house at the Legion clubhouseand
Venice Lorraine Uhalev, Mr and :Mn hm
participate In a r.'hearsal.
.
:Manager Uwnrn
; The canteen w'::11 open at 8 p m I

with game> a l.biary and specials L

sees t 1t PINKS HOTEL intertalnment available for Le-

pionnalres and their friends
f= VENICE, FLORIDA
I RELAX
14 s 100 ROOMS WITH PRIVATE R\TH I
'S I I
1 I1 Telephone, Fan and Steam Heat I At :

t Special Reduced Summer Rates Now In Effect SHOESdt I

$15 Per Week Single $25 Per Week Double sinitty's

COCKTAIL LOUNGE, OUTSIDE PATIO and SUN DECK

SULPHUR SWIMMING POOL Deke's Shoe Repair

w1 Phone VENICE 3101 for ReserMlions I Not In Fire St.lion II 125 South Tamiami hVWf11
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::;:;mWVrt 111 11111"II"111I..muuttl1WWtt.mtttt:- !!!!......maim.!.!.!.._..........."."_.._ __.... "Best Drinks in TowT\ -

r; ,1liJL'-\, SALE I Delicious Sandwichea- ? 1

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fl .i. ( Saturday through Wednesday, May 7 ,.aixa lY I I Enjoy Refreshing Tropic '


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