Venice gondolier
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079934/00067
 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: May 23, 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: UF00079934:00067
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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I V.B.A. TO DISCUSS PRICES, Philadelphians Buy '.r,-

imid Venice Golf Club Plan !
I Additional discussion of the 'new school for Venice" situation ;
a retort from the post office committee, and a discus-
I f slon of the price structures of local stores are slated to fen..
Next Fall
ture next Tuesday night's meeting of the Venice Business Reopening By I

summer Association It was announced yesterday by O. L. Kincaid,
recieatfor -
chairman of the board
both adults governors. Negotiation for purchase and reopening! of the Venice Golf 'i I

enice and Nok o- Open to the public, the meeting in the Chamber of Com- and Country Club by a group of Philadelphia men headed by Col. 'I
:hed during the merce building! will start at 8:30 p.m. A C. Earnshaw of Venice were reported this week to be virtuallY II

June; It was de- complete.
night at aintatlves With contemplated ,

of lo- 1411-2-Pound Catch Leads ments, including Improve-I Council Sees No 1'
other organize a swimming pool, tennis and

Is Chamber ofrst squash courts, and a home devel- [ Need to Borrow for j
In Tarpon Tournament opment, the transaction will 'in-

events to bounced e volve an Investment of at least Operating ExpenseAlthough l'
$150,000, It was reported.
After being
will.be stymied since
Wednesday by rough water In the Oulf,
Night" perform tarpon fishing!: enthusiasts early today resumed their quest for The Venice real estate firm of the city Is spend'asr
ome talent. Oth- silver king large enough to win .the 1947 automobile set up as the a Richard H. Oedney, Inc. Is rep- money at a rate In excess of I''
Of the summer's capital prize In the current International Tarpon Tournov. resenting Col. Earnshaw and his amounts set up In its budget,
ilzed recreation Venice Weighmaster Buddy associates In the deal. particularly for the street and police I

concerts, ath- RIngo reported this morning that, Formerly operated by Thomas departments Mayor Clyde,V. /
bby work weekly 'Poppy Lunt, the 9-'hole course has not Higel and city councilmen agreed y
with calmer water In the Oil!!, Day'To
programs, and been open since the start of the last Tuesday night that the .city .Ii;
ties. six boats had gone out from Be Observed war, the clubhouse having bean probably can get by for the balance I

'_ B. E. Bowen, newt Tarpon Center at Venice Inlet. taken over for use bv the Army of the fiscal year without
the plan for Leading entry thus far, with TomorrowDesigned In the early days of the conflict. borrowing any moneyfor operating J

atlonal program two months of the tourney still Ready Bj Fall expenses t

approval at last remaining, is the 141!2-pound to "honor the dead The new owners of the property However, Councilman Finn
A meeting, which and aid the disabled" poppies plan to start work on the golf Caspersen pointed out that it may ':
tarpon landed
south of
H. S. BowdcnVeniceNokomls. last symbolic of the sacrifices made course as soon as possible, In order be necessary to borrow enough I
Saturday by Otto Schedlerof I
" 0 by the men end women of our to have it ready for play before money about $2,750 to fix
erce. Milwaukee WIs. armed forces will "bloom" againIn the start of the next winter up the new Community House
nson was appointof Schedler, fishing from Captain Venice and vicinity tomorrowas season. Caspersen estimated it will take f,
, the "steering Francis Roberts' "Helcat" brokea members of the local American Colonel Earnshaw said It Is at least that much to Install aseptic
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It on page six) nine-year-old tournament record Legion Auxiliary sponsor the planned to operate the propertyas tank, erect foundationsand
when, after a 55-minute bat- a semi-private golf and coun- place a new roof on the offlcers' \
tle, he succeeded In boating hu
club structure which Is "
pod Wins try primarily for permanent
catch He used medium tackle
soon to be moved from Venice
residents of Venice and vicinity
[alf and the fish made a total of nine but with provision ,Army Air Field to a city-owned I'

jumps. BUY made, too, for use by bClng//site on the south side of West
[Title Not since 1938 when Joel T. tors. Venice avenue. between Harbor

Benefiel of Sarasota landed e PPY Decision to take over the prop- drive and Avenue des Paiques. f
an sweep of theires 153-pounder to win first pilzs: erty, he said, climaxed three After a general discussion of II i
, with the Hi and C. W. Mills of Sodus N. Y, months of Intensive Investigationof the city's financial affairs, how- I
i team at the Ven- captured the top "visitor's prl<:J" the entire West Coast."I ever, it was decided It Is not feasIble c
. last night, the with a 147-pound fish, has a personally Investigated the at the present time to clot i
five captured first tournament entrant boated a tarpon possibilities of every community down on operating expenses andit
. the second half weighing over 140 pounds. 1947 "POppy Day" observancehere. between St. Petersburg and Key would be best to continue with

Bowling League Local guides and tarponfishing West,' he said, "and I came to the the present schedule of expend-
uslon. enthusiasts believe the day u Under the direction of Mrs. firm conclusion that the next Continued on page two)
the Venice Foodt the "heavy fish" has returne. Ruth 'Kuykendall, general chair- Oulf Coast city due to experiencea
the J and J Air- declaring that it is not only pojslble man of the Poppy Day committee substantial growth is Venice."
first half winners, but probable, that Sched- volunteer workers will con- An experienced management Coming Events I i
-off match at the ler's entry will be beaten long b3- duct the tale all day tomorrow, engineer, Colonel Earnshaw sub-
Sunday night fore the tournament ends at mid from 9 a.m. on, in Venice; Noko- mitted facts and figures to his I
night on July 31. (Continued on page six) (Continued on page two) Friday, May 23
night will re- 7:30: p.m., City of Venice soft-
hies donated bJ TEN GIRLS, THREE BOYS TO GRADUATE FROM ball team plays AMVETS Payne

rre Botts of the I Field, Sarasota. .I
. large trophy will VENICE-NOKOMIS HIGH NEXT WEDNESDAYexercises 8 p.m., Legion public party. '

ilng team's spon- KMI dining room.Saturday .
Eighteenth annual commencement Commander Simpson will pre- will be provided by Mr. May 24
the Venice Food exercises of Venlce-Noko.1 sent the American Legion school and Mrs. Lewis Bedard, violin ""Poppy Day," sponsored by .'
; Jones, who scor- mls High School will be held in award to the boy and girl in the and piano, end Nadine Hayes, American Legion Auxiliary. ",
ght strikes last the school auditorium next Wed ninth grade "who best repre- who will sing, "Ol' Man River." Sunday, May 25 ;
I up a 232 score nesday evening May 28, with sent those qualities of characterand The baccalaureate sermon 8 p.m., Baccalaureate servicefor
e of the league; Verman Klmbrough, county superintendent ability which, if cultivated. this Sunday evening May 25, at 1947 Venice-Nokomis High !
H. E. "Dutch" of public Instruction are calculated to result In better the First Baptist Church, will be School graduating class First

Keys, and Carroll scheduled to present diplo- citizenship." given by the Rev. Felton. Musical Baptist Church,
mas to thirteen graduates of the Identity of the boy and girl to portions of the service will include 8 pm., Venice Food vs. J andJ 1"

keglers are: J.Hey Class of-'47. be honored will be kept secret un- a clarinet solo, "Barcarolle," Aircraft championship bowling
Floyd Joy The Rev. F. Hendley Jelks, pas- by Milton Mlkesell and "I'd match, at Venice Bowlakade.
til graduation night. Simpson also -
key, and Louis tor pro tern of the First Baptist I Rather Have Jesus," sung by Monday, May 26
Church of Venice, will give the will present medals to last I Bettye Zeigler and Jacqueline 8 am.5 pm, soil conservation +
year's winners of the honor.
address of the evening. Platform I Boldt. election Chamber of Commerce '
guests will Include county school Mary Ann Lanier and Glen I n I The ten girls and three boys In building. '
board members W. Hayes, Stephens, the awards having ar- the graduating class, who have
theR .1) Perry 8:30: p.m., No-Vel Post No. 159
rived too late for
Mrs Ruth C. Butler, and D. C. presentationat had John S. Wilkinson as their American Legion meets at VenIce '
RAINFALLHlth Klckllter; Homer E, Mlkesell, the 1946 graduation exercises. faculty advisor, are: Air Base clubhouse.
. Low UckM Venice-Nokomis High School Principal Homer E. Mikesell Evelyn R. Anderson, Mary V, Tuesday, May 27
............... 0.00 principal; the Rev. H. Maurlece said three medals will be awarded Adams, June B. Childers, Oladys 8:30: p.m., Venice Business As-
M. 87 89 .65 66 0.00 0.00 Pelton. pastor of the Venice-No- by the school to students excelling M. Underwood, Lucille A. Boone sociation meets Chamber of

M'.M._ 87 67 0.00 komis Metltodlst Church: James in citizenship scholarshipand Doris M. Futch, Mariam R. Commerce building. M +
':.... 86 66 0.00 A. Hightower, assistant county athletics. Their Identity, too, Smith, Iris Stutzman, Alta L. Wednesday, MAY 28 3
_.. 85 69 0.00 superintendent, and Ralph O. will not be revealed until next Olass, Phyllis A. Cain Jack 8 p.m.. Commencement exer. i;
_.. It 71 0.00a
.."... 82 71 0.00 Simpson commander of No-Vel Wednesday night Evans, Charles B. Wynne, and clses, Venice.- Nokomis High
month .... 0.00 Post No. 159, American Legion Music for the commencement :Clarence 1. Franklin. School.

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:: Methodist Church Continued from page one) Continued from page Otte) I ANSEL UNDERWOOD Venice receives

Philadelphia associates concern least another *ree wide 8t!!
I' tures for At I I In publicity
Venice's possibilities and they In a ceremony performed this and
; ; ; : Sunda Night ing promptly approved his recommendation months. I Manatee on Saturday, May 10, The appearance of the 1Itr
6po ,
Scout I Rev. Ellis olflclatlnK lnll Goods
and authorized him to with the
L Due to the fact that the Baccalaureate tlonal
1 j service for the graduating proceed to acquire the local Represent ni the local Boy : Miss June B. Childers daughter of I trade journal

class of \ enice.Nckomls country club Scout, the Rev H Maurlece ;' Mr, and Mrs. A. B. Childcn of the sporting OOds dealer}\
1 Felton and C C, Lowe appeared I I Venice became the bride of 8 1-c country
School will be held this service
High morning
I In the the council I to a,k "hethel'he Underwood of Nokomis. In the
at the First Bap- the before Ansel idelyteu,
;" 'I f Sunday evening at the Methodist Cnirch: tie; Scout there' '
i list Church there will be no Rev Tclton ftlll have "Sculptors city ould gram I I The bride, who will graduate appear ,? 11'1.'!
peinl slcn to erect a'A'F Surplus Venice.Nokorals High nt Stan Rk'ardtllI;
of Life" as his sermon subject from '
bu ;dne, on a 51'e on Tan Sporting Goods J'
VeniceNokomis\! : He also announced there will !School; next week will Join her *
of the
1J, J be no mduetk service at the pa avenue Just east I husband In a few weeks at Ola- relating :m, of the

,a$:or, the Rev H Maunece Fel! Methods! Church: next Wednesday They also asked if tht city would tha. KansasFor Richad' :nMthebe hose 4emt
1 ':n He will dflt the com I build a hort section of street! as I I > tit,
l Is
el'enlng.'hrh: she tt
her wedding wore a
\ I'I -.'......'.._....-..'. sermon at the Bap- : the high school far east athe site which th"Ysaid ,' white I 10
.1.' i Ngift at tentatively blue dress with accessories.
'I': : C'\ j The annual: Budget and Fledge the county has Her corsage was of white gar rPI'TI'Rre
I agreed to I let hunt nave.
dinner cf the M thodlit Church'will
I denias.
I : ; ;f ; Midget Calendar I' be held at tn"' KMI dining The council informed thorn
: I tnderwood also attended Venice
Scout conmt': ( 4\
rom at 7 p m next Fiidav Mays that the Boy 1
.Nokomi* High School before I111.L Nor 11-IN
; :''" 30 All nxr.b"r< of the church: hould submit a r('cu:at building I

.A: 'I ,f"tt ,> I are urged" to attend and oo,.' r'emit: appl cation to City Super Joining the Nary I\ TIET911)
1 ct..p I
..;!, ( i friends of the c-hrich: all> invited \l
I !J' ... ...,.. : ") There will be no clui.l H fr irt I he undoubtedly would grant It. if, Mr and MM James Campbell of
=' } j i nnei. but any dom! on, will I b,' i 'h l 'tr p-ns: onf"im-d to reqjirm Bradenton; the groom's father BUT Our

: : ,;) nrpiPcHted, the P.'t Fin .aid! tats of the bjldlns: code Aiwl Underwood of Nokomis i' rcmnf| < (l
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0,0.. .444444 i44444444U444tBusiness i .ti'port.ease and the groom's sister. Mrs. win M.II' uucji
r rI Fas: ;! JC\ nfl'i and Ed Denim: G:adv' Drawdv of Nokomis.J .
I : : "1 J :and J Aircraft Inc.. appeu Tell, "<' IIITot

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H.Ifi\NT TMLOIIVO a 1 -ill.j 1, ':' b '" Ob'I', ,

I L'p;,o'_CT;:--";<-. Cl-an'nf-", Je.toO,Jir I:nho:tier ngJl .station of .1" a ., '1'' ,'; n tr DOWLAKADE

I Ii n Corers. Drapes, Etc.-Genrrol Sewing ommunitu .it'* ,II.t. j '" ? I

PfFFtK'f \\TIO\-\ u im floursWsl \nice has r.: a;' :it' ,u offer ,j And Grill
; : Nfaehtnev!'! ItSPORTING
And her llouseh,4d,! l Appiaiuis; ; smurtl I a school U..n ;'::,1 i ui the o' i> tV
{j""' Tj"G-Cu.h cr Sm.v-n en; "hiJo Lu ldm..- two cltliTi :n Mrst Venicee, I GC:
Furniture ;
I farpcnttr Uorkft ; council] cc-.a-d: MH Phone 2661
/ i. is NO:. FOR .1 Opp Vin .Non l
; WORK ON OLK Ham: ('It* Roe.>-Sledt ,,') leik, t .
llns!! Sl.;: :J\IR
t I I illite to the State B "sad of Edll-' ,
rf .ktr: .rS a \,. arson in an fort 'U i tlnd out i imoic :
1 ; about the pl'opt.d school PINES HOTEL

!4 I : ",VEST I IN A CITY Wrill A nIl URE .1 council Ca pusen, Mctprend toft t" VENICE, FLORIDA
piosid over ::1. 't son '
Vn:>'ICE FLORIDA JI1 the absence of Dl. T h 100 ROOMS WITH PRIVATE n U'l!!

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Props-rues ----- cial Reduced Summer Rate Now IiEfs:

I !ti!,, BidilBDJI.( \ [) {I WDNMKc.sf I' Finnd of IIiniOTMJ Howard C Ch nallt i $15 Per Week Single! $25 Per Week [ uC'OC'KT.UL

; ,\, III of Venice now serving in th'

II 4 : .'ul RCAL ESTATE Broker, M.llme., learn\d tit: week Iv i StlPIIUR SWIMMING PC'

c" 2b1iieatre / on April 15 he Phone I .
1"1 w a promo d VENICE 3101 for Res.rva iKejristered

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by In- S'II1111 ,
ctperjent! I : > 3d4 n
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I l)/ .11.nt materials in J 1.1:1 1 ; \11.
ViY Regular Repellent 2- Tun. Ma:; .7 9.1a..m;l l..J
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(i' were
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-- effective times more Wd. Ma 28 g;a j pm 1 1PT,
against am 13
". certain a.11
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";' ,4 ,,I', f +I' 4; annoy repellent man most, The Army Thu M1J29: 94'1 2 35 ..T
was found 10 I)I'
r- to be Pi 400pi,
I : I' : three times more effective FIt :-ay r 30 Inn*,i Broke?
I' 'f.. f !. than 2- \AY against other I 11 :17 Oalr, Real Estate
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certain repellents I ..
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Repellent kF.LtAClE

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+ all
1 t types of
: Homesite Venice
I ? Ask for J-7AY Special Repellent Box 14, Venire Phone 2153
,1 : your chilcren and yourself
f'' J b ates. disease carrying insect
Attractive Sale
\ FED Lots for :

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; Prices Reasonable


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She went I* J
H Is tennis. She plans to attend MARIA SMITH IRJ& STUTZMANIris grade at Nokemls.
In Noko- Kttherlne Olbbs Secretarial Mariam Smith was bom In Stutzman the most recent the third and fourth grades at 1

I In No- School In Boston, Mass.CLARENCE Trenton, Ky. She moved to Florida senior, comes from Johnstown, Laurel. From the fifth to thetwelfth

Cusic Is her at an early age and has at- Pennsylvania, where she attended grades she has attended
is Bingsubject FRANKLIN tended school here at Laurel and the Westmont Upper Yoder Venice-Nokomis High. 1
Her favorite -
Is her favorite sport.
In Born September 28, 1926 In Arcadia Nokomis, Her favorite actor Is High School. She was a memberof actor and actress Guy Madison ,
tBht does not Fla., Clarence Franklin John Garfield and her favorite the chorus and played the flute
and June Alll*>n. Tommy
after grad- tune to Venice with his family actress Is Dorothy McGuire She In the band in the above school.
enter secrepopularity when he was only five months does not have any definite plans Baseball Is her favorite sport, and Dorsey Is her favorite bandleader.

I I* old. He attended grammar grades after graduation I Ingrid Bergman has her vote for After graduation from high j

claim of the at the Venice and Nokomis the best actress. After graduation school, Lucille plans to attend
ey chose her CHARLES WYNNE Iris plans to attend Nom in
schools and was slated to graduate Massey's Business College ,
Council. Her with the Class of '45 How- Charles Wynne was born in Mi- Manchester College In Indiana, Jacksonville
Influencedher In canopy Florida, in 1930. He lived but is undecided whether to pre-
ever, September, 1944, he en-
Senior for the field of nursing or f
tered the Navy, serving for two In Mlcanopy for three years and pare
a received years, one in the Pacific. While then moved to southern Florida., teaching

le her class taking Aviation Ordnance Main Charles came to Venice In 1941 -0LUCILLE 'HapElJl1 I ( I

tenance training. at Norman, and has therefore attended Ven- BOONE

Okla., he 'Defined enough creditsnett' Ice-Nokomis High School since, Lucille Boone was born May 19, \ j,
When he Isn't swimming he is
Je eligible to receive 1929, at Madison, Florida. She .
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,,tballers v R o,..1.01: atlns diploma Casl. with He the re- playing also collects tennis or Army ping-ponr.and Navy He: lived there for five years, later \ \ \11//0./ 1!

she spent In shoulder patches. He enjoys Bob moving to Venice, where she his I
turned tJ nice, following his 1
!mining six lived since that time. Lucille ;
Hope and Margaret OBrlen as
discharge from the Navy, last \
Df 1 best.all sports Her July His favorite movie stars?- ,''a movie stars. His ambition is to be started to school In the first) ....Aft, II/ I

Susan Hayworth and Van Johnson pharmacist.
are OuyWilliams --0-- .
e plans to be Jack Evans was born October 11
27, 1928, in Andrew, South Carolina u ,
June Childers was born In Kis- He attended Andrew SchoolIn R

CAIN slmmee, Florida, October 7, 1929. South Carolina, then In Rich- 1.

es from New She first attended two years of mond, Virginia, and later in Florida lOU'VF. MtDE A GOOD ,

e moved to school In Kissimmee. From third Jack is president of the Key .
1 and has at- grade on she has attended school Club at Venice-Nokomis High TAKEOFFC1.SS I

o here. She is here. Her favorite actor and actress School. His favorite sport Is bas- OF 1917. ..
Senior Class Robert Walker and June ketball Jack likes Jane Russell I Congratulations,
the Student Allyson Her favorite band leaderis and Bob Hope as his favorite ac GRADS or 1947l; with a tplfndid! recordof I

,y Is collecting Tommy Dorsey. Her favorite'' tor and actress He likes flying, performance behind I!
favorite sport spoil Is basketball. photography, and boat fishingfor We're happy to ex- ll
tend to the Venice- you. Now for a "perfect
-. his pastimes. As soon as he Is
out of school he Intends to work j Nokomis graduates Hleh of 1947 School our landing" in the l field of ,

for a private airplane pilot's license 11 n cere congratulations your choice
on this mile- tJ

-- -- stone in their lives. THE BEST OF LUCK TO
TO THE GRADUATE May the best, of every- I
MARY ADAMS thing be theirs In the ALL OF YOU :
Mary Adams was born January years to come. .i II I
Your Favorite Graduate Happy With Able 17, 1929, in Sarasota, She attended I

Typewriter, An Electric Shaver, or A Bay Haven Elementary School. KNOWLESJEWELERS

RadioPhonograph Later coming to Osprey, she attended J and J ",

Laurel school for six

HA MUSIC SHOPmbergCarlson years. In the seventh grade she t \\ Post Office Arcade AIRCRAFTInc. t
attended Sarasota High School.
Majestic and Westinghouse
and Rrmington. Rand Typewriter Dealer In the eighth grade she came to .1
AT*. Phont 2663 Venice-Nokomis High School. She
a.pa' Radios Rented CinwrM Rented Floyd Joyner Ed Denhom :
Is the treasurer of the Senior .
Is basketball xt e
favorite sport
Class. Her
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Her favorite movie actor

and actress Guy Madison and I

Oieer Carson Her favorite band :

leader is Sammy ,Kaye. After
I graduation Mary plans to do sec- i'f I

retarial work. I I Ir \
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} Evelyn Anderson was born In

9 i Englewood, Florida, where she
attended grade school before aa

t1" coming to Venlce-Nokomls SheIs "
In the newly started band as t

she plans to take a course in all I

music at college. Swimming and

bowling are her favorite sports.
y1 33r After graduation she will attend

Mary Washington College, University -
r of Virginia

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Alta Louise Glass was born In Umillftt OflfMirrfmufel ttruinid W. earnestly hop that

Lynhurst, Ohio, Feb. 14. 1929. She v\ you, out wad /furl Brad the tarn docjrM ol sue- .
\ We with our Moved
has attended Lynhurst for four in lack the sky it Attmtil "
their uateil that has marked
boy and girl graduates years and Lincoln one year and case your
happinvM and pride on this thin do,... N, keep look Acarry
she also attended West Lafayettefor days In the classroom will
eventful occasion, and join one-half year and the other eng up and jju'hian ever forward
with the good folk of this on "
half in Oakville Then she wentto !
community in encoding ; Mayfield high until the 10th have planned for the ',
whole-hearted congr.iula. V. cannot IfU you in M man) (
grade and the 11th at Russell future whether you continue -
lions to you nil High. Later coming to Florida words hum proud", are of vwtuly

May life current favor she has attended the Venlce-No accomplishment and how _. with your schooling
you at all times and may you I komls High School through her ot follow some otherpunwl.
have clear Milmg. we hop lor your cvMM-
always senior year. Her favorite sports iw;:
And whatever court you ire basketball and football. Her! 1..4........_ i'{

take may it lead directly to t favorite actress and actor are Jjt
ot Succeu.
Jeanie Crain and Guy Madison.

Her favorite band leader is The Venice .i"
Vaughn Monroe. After graduationshe '

I plans to be a housewife. REXALLStore Furniture Co. .:

J. M. Dick L. J. Pappas

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wh, my life; jour right to lay It.''VOLTAIRE f__ Lampea
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Published every Frida,. Editorial .
t Vto'c.: Avenue Venice. Florida, P. O. Bon 632. Phone Venice 3131 .;;:
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l'i t Entered >i second-d... mailer June 6, 1946 at the poll offictat .1p MII M.10
I d Venice Florida. under the Act of March 3. 1879. i i I.I a. M,
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Subscription rates: Ont year, $2,SO; six month, SI ,SO; three .
,,1 ,. months, 75c. Classified adverting rate: 2 unto per word, first 20 firs\\: u,
I I worth| 1 cent per word for each additional ward __ __
j CARROLL '\VILL1AMS- : Editor and Publisher
Office Manager 01 SArnn'Rrs
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I ; I'he, Gondolier this week, in its "Lett rs to the L iito eIt ofTl TOIST

;" 1'iLimns, publishes another !len;th\ mmuiu:.id, >'j MARK

ilt'ilinitli, ) the school situation here Rvies 5 (ace lieu'1d.' ,

'Id ib, the whole: matter boils dawn; t I"> foul> MmpL* /i4.1 llr U, tie a.,,

que lolls :

I I. "Do the people! of Venice. a drat a new schjj' ,, .; : ,, w.. IS IS '1t.> I2iBLE.I 1tX.D HEQ 1'0
::1 :. "It 51), what are the quickest, mn>t 1.l'>:i'tei Venice A4%

i .: j'f means nt" obtaining its construction; ---- Ii., ,,, on
I t 10 am der f.ha
i i'e believe the rebounding 156 to 4 :ittinnati\e \
f I in the recent Venice Business Association "ivw >chi";i" I j I LETTERS To The EDITOR Benre.Friday.Thar:sf ." ,rag at

poll constitutes an unchallengable "Yes" :answer tn ';Note: Thr Gondolier! Mill bf' Clad to print Irtttrs of general a itae@
j Question No. I. As to whether the new school: should |i Interest II h'n. a< and if space prrmils float kp them
j be nhorl Anonymous letters will not be considered. However VENICE CATHOLIC
in I lem ntar) or "high" school, the "lite"IS 'I
i t:. If the writer di".irrs to hate only his initials or nom de plume, Cull These lrt.VwJ,
he\: ly in favor othe lower grade school, \ "Ekm ., '
'r / n-I such as 1 K 4dcr' publivhrd The Ciondolirr will be happy
i i ,I i''. earl ,""'N4.i "hish.!( ," 35 ; "both," 3Q lo oblige i I I 11.I m.,\ .e.I L L :uesc

1; i.et tiiose wiio want to Mand in theva\, ot \emce': > )

i I growth those l'er nnial7nnscientious objectors'' Venice Fa: little family community and seeded .n i::tt.nfi :
: w hose smallness of vision compels them to oppose :an\ Venice Gondolier {1 crossroad had its own schoolhouse granted! om P.:

,I Y ."' ,, new suggestion or movement that comes troll outside Venice Fla Also, at this time, dis being our A hilt

j their IW:1: tight !little circle try to refute that I 156 to 4 Dear Mr Williams: 'stances were measured differently er.

t; "Yes"' answer. The Gondolier accepts it as being an Please centime my subscription 'from the present time. We hat now rein

..1 honest and true reflection of local feeling in the matter. to the Venice Gondolier in- : With the advancement of here fl i :er K
drfm.tellIhoUI Wither notice ttaasportatlon and speed, consol necessary, We :Ilk I
I \s to Question :No. 2, we do not pretend to know Just send Invoice upon each renewal 'loation Marled Consolidation >f era and Ip-to.date '

the perfect answer, especially in View of the tad 1 that ] anything Is economy and effiickncj and Vel1JIS the III!

I'' I, Florida only this week has acquired an entire! new Due to material COlt and other 'place for it

I School code'. But we are quite certain Venice will not. facton my plans for building I I have TRIED to teach these The City of Vewi: |

\ set ihe school. it wants unless and until! it tights( for it. have been postponed until my return little crossroad country schools whole of District: So! I

/ AnJ'e are equally: firm in our belief that it's a in friendly SeptemberThe pint and smcer- I with forty or fifty pupils Including values that are noli t
everything from
I!. I ridiculous situation when the \largest community in the 'Ity ft the officials, businessmen i through the eighth grade. first ed to deal .

.1 I I'. southern end of Sarasota Count has to sheepish! ad and residents here has: convinced : If The who area n
you travel over the state you bond is it for e:\
I mit that it doesn't hare a school of its me more than ever that \beautiful a
own. can find
I a number of large up a schc build.
; All\ the hish-sounding talk: in the world about "Con- I : Venice future.Is headed for a woneierful school buildings centrally located sell in the bond a

':' ,tN; It solidjtion," and "progressive education," and "CountI ) Louis A Jacobs I''as to certain area which they percentage set by 1 la' |

n I wide" or "state-wide viewpoints" cannot: alter the filet I serve and without regard to any If we Ii .d a ,old'

;: I that THERE IS NO SCHOOL IN: VENICE. ; N komis. Fla. I, individual mall! group of business or we have ample spiermentary
; \ ; Editor. ,
Venice Gondolier Having been a trustee for this
Why doej not
I>! I :, district. I was at the head of t-
: i HEADLinERS/> Dear Mr. Williams: puling thorlty present cold :
FUTURE j the first bus line In opera. mad
In Ms
I Inclosed is an article figures
'I expressIng i i tlon that gave our boys and girls
stop the wind stoit'!
point on the pl'e.entschool the
:' II r privilege of attending the
I Issue I wMi\ that everyone J I I I high school in Sarasota. I shall The majority] of ]
knew i
more actual facts interested in better
1 In
this never forget the awful criticism .
matter. EDUCATION.U.hi 1
I 'I that was heaped an .
upon me. No one
II SCHOOLS SCHOOLS the ability to t
I( was
ever killed and I thai al-]
the most facts are presented te
: I 7w 4kur thing in the world If we wish needed to I Some wan of be those glad children it went have through been der the present fa'

t laise the rising generation and lor are teachers tion It will be 1m
make our present
them capable of taking school system. two more buildings
care of the mistakes made l much needed modem
by us I
put over the two
r 1947 GRAD now and in the past. I I bond I issues to build If possible.
I I S Educators Il cur present
j are giving this ser i, buildings. Would be glad IV
I lous consideration. Changes and After more explanation 01 '
VENICE I deviation from the community had de
GONDOLIER old lines mentionn
bringing about results are I veloped to the point where we ent points

., There was a time needed a high school. I was er print is too scarce
I when each I ing on the school board 11f'
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Ung Mrs.'Set. AMVETS IN SARASOTA TONIGHTPlaced Colorist "Tarpon To rpaBicnt" -

Dry Cleaning bumper cards, bearing

s', longBaldwin- In the "American League" division, of the County Softball I, the slogan, "Catch a Car"

i': t League the City of Venice nine tonight at 7:30: at Payne FieldIn are now available free of I

ut June Sarasota will meet the AMVETS. Second game of the night will Yanhl! Yanhl Yanhl We know charge at the office of the !

find the Robarts-Shannon squad tangling with Blanton's. p. secret but we won't tell I In Venice-Nokomls Chamber .( i

14 Other "American League'. fact, several secrets. Commerce, It was announcedlast
teams besides Venice and AM- know the names of ,i
.S Namely, we night by Secretary Harty
VETS, are: George Betz City of Summary: Runs batted In'l I a lot of people around town who A. Beach
Sarasota Measel, Brown 2, Christie;
and Land 0' Sun
I cnould get all their dry cleaning
Brach urged that all local
1 P.M, Measel ba
Creamery runs, Brown. ; stolen '
work done absolutely free at Carl residents! stop In and obtain
Michael Cooney; double plays, '
League" squad, Obcndorf's Venetian Cleaners. cards for their automobile
Measel Michael left base,
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in addition to Blanton's and That Is, they could If they got It to aid In giving publicity to '
Venice 8, Altman 4; base on balls,
Robarts-Shannon, are: Youth in before lie closes tomorrow.We the tournament which will
off Jones, Edwards 6 struck
Center Veterans of Foreign Wars, also know the name of the run until August 1. The cards
out, by Jones 2, Edwards 9. Umpires
and Altman Chevrolet.At Oilfol'd person who, if only he steps forward also fea'.uro: "Venice, Fla." in i
: Cladln, Mattheys,
the conclusion of regular today or tomorrow can prominent type ,
Time: 1 hour.Venice .
rvicet league play, the top two teams in claim the $50 cash Carl offered r

each loop will meet In a Shaugh- to give to the person who wa his ,

Venice nessy type play-off to determinethe first customer v.hen he took over

county. mpiensh.;), Bowlakade the Venetian Cleaners business 10 j

.' t'lrC placele Loses years ago this week
1 .
--e jb. of t| night: the Venice Men's LeagueFINAL Although many of those who !
"first week" customers of "
:, were
softballers ,
pled for a 10 to 0
shellacking a\,, the hands of the Carl's a decade ago are still re- TIME 0\ YOUR HANDS '
Altman Chevrolet nine. STANDINGS siding here only three of them
VV L Vlttf so far have taken Advantage of I 1
Already Jittery at the plate as Welcome To The i:
Venice Food 16 5 15,870 his! offer to do dry cleaning work
heIcesta they faced Altman's fast-ball Venice Laundry 13 8 16.299
free this week for any of those
on huller Joe Edwards the Vene- Smitty's .. .. 13 8 15.595 R CLUB
I In every tians blew sky-high In the fieldin Adrian's: . 12 9 15,764 long ago patrons of his shop. I II
I today. Earl's. ... 11 10 15.74J C. C. Lowe, Harley Hancheyend
E from the | the second stanza to hand the J and J 9 12 14815R Jack Wilkinson were the Pool Candy Cold Drinks

Sarasota team the game on a silver and H. 912 14.5M lucky three. .

des pi alter. Higei's: .. I 20. 14,409 ,,1,

write After one run scored, Buck' I Vi'ci-k'x Results

LKIUD.1.1 Whitaker, Venice catcher, Impetuously Tuesday, May 20, Smitty's defeated CLASSIFIED ADS
Earl's Pure O.I 2-1 ; Venice
threw the ball far out Into
Lc.UiiJt'y defeated Adrian's 2-1.
centerfield, permitting another Thar.id.iy. May 22.!: Venice Food <2c a word first 20 1I0rt!&. Jc each atM'llonal: word. Minimum
8 AE Altman runner to tally His ,.ieieau-d Hgel's Arpllance 3-0: chardZ.lr.. Cash \\ (hd.. fpcc'a ral-s: for n-r? Ilion f)"". 1'1
teammates promptly went to J and J Aircraft defeated R and Insertion rf the tame ad. Ads will; If nested over the t'I,> I
H Sporting Goods 2-1. phony ((31311: u? to 5 |i m Th.:.'edav wi'h: '.'11' understandingiiilvvrtlscr
pieces, committing a total of six IINAL A\TRACES will remit payment pibinptiy.)
errors during the Inning and
it'onj>ilid by Marjirle: Ad3 'J.\I1,
riving the Altman's a threerunlead. I
L-nsue Secretary)
0. Curwood, Smitty's .174 I .J''
Box !?"ore Jones. Venice Food .172 WHITE WOMAN from NoitVi FURNISHED: HOUSE two bpd-

vrricsOo.'cley: AB R H PO A E Stoner. Earl's .171 d:-sires cleaning or housework b' 1 rooms nigldalie. Adults. 915 t
'itrn ts I Ii Sd 2 0 1 3 0 1 J. Curwood. Smitty's .. 169 hour, day or week. Phone Ruih. lily tie
O Burkctt, Adrian's .. 165
2592 for Information.
A Kr, Ib 4 0 2 7 0 2 Lcser:; Adrian's .. .164 REEL ESTATE FOR SALE } ;11 1
Taylor, 3b.... 3 0 0 0 2 0 Jossart, Venice Laundry .1W HELP WANTED -- --- I I

Whitaker c 2 0 0 3 0 1 Oakley, Venice Laundry .\(1 ,
.. Nave, Earl's .. 160itiehar'd RELIABLE WOMAN anted to Acreage
Jones p 3 0 0 0 2 0 '
stay with little boy two or t ill eehours
: 'on. R and R .. .. .157
Stephens, If ,2 0 0 2 0 2 J. C. Biorsclh, V. Laundry 15C a day. Phone 2571. VENICE FARMS [I
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Hankins, cf... 3 0 0 2 0 0
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Dietrich R and R 154
Dandridge, rf .. 3 0 0 1 0 0 Hilton, R and R .. . 13C 25.00} to $50.00() () ) I;1

Keys, 2b 1 0 0 0 0 2 Kuykendall Venice Laundry .IOC NEW AND USED tY;>E IHltCIII.
edily relieve Totals .... .. 23 0 3 18 4 8 J. Burkett. J and J .. ..149 Alpha Music Shop Venice, opposite An Acre ;1
and painful E. Keys. Venice Food .. .. 149 Gulf Theatre.
; neuralgia. ALTMAN AB R H PO A K: Williams, Venice Food ..143 -.---- FEE SIMPLE DEED

i In powderbjssUnllatlon. Christie 3b 3 1 1 0 0 0Ichael Shanley J and J .143 MAN'S AND LADY'S bicycles.!

: ; Ib 3 2 1 9 0 0 Adrian Adrian's ..148Ainall. Flat-top desk two draw: ". Seveial Purchaser to pay for abstract
... .. .147 glass; nigs. Phone 2663.
.. Smitty's
Meas.el, cf 3 1 1 1 1 0 ---- ----
Rand R .1 ta -- -
itine type torcentury.- Koogler
d Cooney, 2b 3 1 1 0 1 0 Pappas, Bmltty's .. .1 t5 BVSINE5S. PERSONALS I
Joyner, c 4 0 0 9 0 0 Adorjan, J and J ... .. .142 -- ---- II. N. WimmersREALTOR !
f f. Ingredients Brown, ss ... 3 2 2 2 0 0 Brohard Snutty's 144 DRIVEWAYS PUT IN. Muck I
conuolled. fill dirt, shell. Lochs: Adoijfn
Edwards, 3 0 0 0 5 0 I. V. Blor elh. V, Laundry VENICE. FLORIDA ;
p Duke,. Hlgel's .. .. .. .. ... 114 Fhone 3412. .
of everyone. Weaver. If 2 1 1 0 0 0Oeith Archer, Venice Food ... .. 143 II.1V i.

IfAlbrltton 1 0 0 0 0 0 Luckey, J and J . .142 i '

M directed. rf 3 2 1 0 0 0 Surls, Adrian's .. .. 141 ,

Totals 28 10 8 21 7 0 J. Keys. Earl's .... .... . .. ,140 I'
Nelson. HI el's .... ..... 140
VENICE 000 000 00 Sari.!: Earl's ........... ... ....... .t 41)
ALTMAN 032 014 x--10 Weltz. Venice Food .. .. .. .139 'ATE'A
i Bouchard. Hlgel's 138Milk. p tt.la .. e

HO' I.n. Hgel's ........ .. .136 .assts.ltarlsss.ASts. E
R and R .. ... .. 136 weee.essos.T
SUCH ATHINGASEILIF Anton, End's .. .," .. '135icv.'ellyn P J JE

I Adrian's ... H4oyt E
'r. J and J .. .125

,.\Jnt'. Hlsei'i: .. .. 1.1 LL

Mrs. O.CORRECTION S, Bronson tills week LN
AN HOOD ? idviscd the Gondolier that the

Catholic Church did'not acquirethe X T

Venice Army Air Base chapel !

_1 authorities,who ought to ram the War Assets Administra- For 'rate ...Paintcd SurfacesWalls :;
I to constructed and physli ;on free of charge as previously
that In many cases she'sa ,
distressing symptoms reported, but, rather, that Father watcr-pulnied surfaces are easily cleaned I
instance, when she enters had sent Ina
g; lander of Sarasota
aria menopause, the q with just a damn doth or sponge when coated with :
ebbs bid of $1.500 for the building I
ty away. \\atrrlox:;; Water RepiIlant.Watrrlox ,;
i days' of the monthv fe- and -Jater had sent a check for '
monthly disturbances are that amount to the governmentto Is easy to apply practically colorless
er from pain, nervous dis- (!leaving scarcely any trace), and repels water and dirt.Ask I
at cf the struc-
h tired, cranky you snap cover purchase
' busband then do try Lydia us about It today
ible Compound to relieve
b lamout lor this purpose.

1Y For Gifts and Women

d 1 DOES HORI than relieve I Taylor Hardware t'
It; ALSO relieves ccomn SKIN\\
,irritability and weak, VENICE
_ when due to this cause
rthruout the month-this
lps build, vp resistance Plastic :Age Boat & Equipment Co.
_. A thing any sensible rood
tto; dotcompound NOKOMIS
is also very
t flashes and those funny, Slop SertTtfclij, !-Try This" o
8 during the yean 88 to
functional 'middle-ace' buns.01 itr*..kin f uily dlwrdw.plmplM runltlnftiom, ruhM. Itchlnf.u- Lanier & Moremen
i women. t.ro.rrrttatione ou often be sickly M-
.k, worth trying need by this simple IntxpnulTt iraatinmt FLORIDA DISTRIBUTORS FOR WATERLOO::
Got a oman bottle Dr _.'. Emerald 011r
o' a A' VEGETABLE :the days seareet satisfaction drug ua'.s.u:' wonq for WAREHOUSE: VENICE FLORIDAL.

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Continued from page oneJ the U niceNoknmls committee" that will have general -

nu' Evlewood laurel 1 and 0\- School has only six wpenMon of the entire Denham. official of J and J J. 0 Taylor.SIdlrt' ,
will see that the of Venice and Sarasota \
11 :. more and Aircraft Inc.,
Instruments ( :or for
prrT..0'e: > II 1:1:1 be set up at the post musical and girls al- various ccWiues are not stagedon this week WM appointed tit It
100 boys
1 r Of".1 m tech of the: communl than to take conflicting dates.Stung a -commercial night examiner": laMiOit
i tie, and at the Nokomis Greeny ready have the signed band up practice with him will be: Mrs by the Civil Aeronautics Authority Pogen' thatapartmcn' !III

j tie "ence-! okoml5 Bank. IfSlon"hleh put in will be conducted Ma..'01 ie AdRIan secretary: Mrs nor
and the Tarpon Center at Venice Fields. Mrs. H P Kuy- the ,
I f. all summer long apart Doiolln and Floyd Jojner. In charge of J tact sit!
Inlet) Paul Ooldenstein! '
of the communitj rccrtatiorul i endall: and J activities! here points outDenham's I con nil It,
\ will
In a1d.tIn girl volunteers It was announced Herbert H Mover
program :
j canteen. the various communities yesterday t>\' Paul\ O her committees were named that appointmentmeans wit) t ,ct
lj that filers desiring to take I Sq
houie-to-hou' Sata.A
Onldensteln 1 dim tor of the a1 follows:
Mr Kj>kendall announced MOVIE commercial flight tests no longer E day .
1t that Jin A, B. Pouch. teacher In bAnd. will have to Journey to Tampafor
,. 'j I;i the Laurel colored school has "Klghl no". lie Mid Join s:! Wilkin-on. waiiman: their examinations. ICU) t'' tzegr ::
school hh one cbrlmt one jamHit.h ower. Ham Sioblrm ,
1 volunteered It' conduct the sale also disclosed that J at
: J bell KelsO Josner
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trumpet one tub4 one Robert E Pied" F S.
j ; t" among the colored folk of this and two drum for the band and J has been approved by the pre
I' section of the couattFicceed '. worth State Board of Education: and Ion
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I We need" at 'least "1101'i.s
fum the 'ale I ,
peppy Administration for plais0
I {i instruments: the Veterans .eS
of I
; CO to :0 Anglican Legion A \xJian I : H P. Ka>'kend ll chair- es Ve-
lultt-encme n
T. \ '
IS f. n"\\I'II. r.- pres- I tyi"
'' child welfare and rt:iabiJite Mis, Vincent! B. Dixon.
.j' man: I hole.nl U II
;. organization I I- rans who
Ident said I
.I .I'f f '.' n .'o.kTTtie <'urn'nth conducting a cams IM: K. ::mi. Higtl B E Bow merclal pilot'S is,1 / vnf11: ,f'czrteror) be
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J Is no fixed price for (hepep
I ralsfunds for Ihl'IIp.dpl n able to take thisr >.e under the Congress,
piltn ti
f aft s Knkendall Point( '
: ; t L1IU.H:
1 haul Instruments and In : GI bill. amendment y,
If ed O' Inch: person I is asked to Wilkinson cl.a.rman.
rontributhnn John 8 I
still| nelcome Any
contrlb: a. much as they can I chair. r:
either of instruments M tubs as tptit \\)1111 the knowledge" that I ,
\, rasli Ilnien, said the In nn:.
'hatt:1 will" bused
they pre I
_Irumt.nll1m! remain the ( IIIU>KtN'% IIMK.KVM A Privilege! to Live In FloridaA
for a v o:th\' purpose
I I' Anon tr, -e assisting Mrs liroprrtv, of the P.T.ami. I :.1)) Dorothy Fields nalrmanM : : Dutinct n to Los vt
.J thin \\ ll be aullo1blr! for use :.its It P.
!ti' : )'lccIJdall at: : Mrs T. S. Edd\. : ; Ray
Venice hv other children In future K ',kend-\l! Mrs H a. B"dl'l1." %
.J) M ', William Jonas, En- :: H. N. WIMMERSRealtor
I I 1'4 tit-wood. and M:-.. J \ Johnvfn \'tolh.I :MIM(

Kdkrra Pal: Oolden-Ieln. cl1amllan!
Rot H M F, !It on. R"v', Don C
I j Ci,:,ntord Herbert H. Meuis VENICE FLORIDA

i ; !:: Tarpon Center Restaurant IIBLKITVHerbert I I Where she Ttmitmi Trail Merit the Opts,

H Miters

j 111J VENICE INLET DOCKS Paul Ooldensteln. B. E challman'l W l lt.a 1t.rl JrilJr r... .w Z r
Tio: 'e attending last Mondav I
I 1 PHONE ZOW night! meeting and the orcanizatioiii .
: OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY they represtnted mcl I id- LAWN FURMUKl

j ,oJ I' MTtHEN UNDER THE \OFMFNT' OF ed: i Solid Wood and S!
i ( It1i. :C\TEE FORMERLY: TilE FIE"TAMeals P-TA II Bowden J S Tables Benchis Bare R

1'1; :' Served 3 ,\ :\1. to :Z:30 PM S r.\I.: to 4 P.M VVilknson Mrs Ray Colin MiUii'ont '
I'''i !\\'TJ\\lCnES liFER OFT URI'K"I : Adorjan Mrs Doot." ". LIVING ROOM SUM
: 9 ..,.. to 3.\ M. FieldJ. A Hlghtmti" T,--n. I
'r: Habbiid and Ray Colll1.i i.- ..:.
I ',Ml, n\Jle-.m the PTA b :'

II i I n', i'" \mablp0 attend t th' M, n. \\r Hate A Complete

I 1,1, i mme:'t mtetitg Assortment of f

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Legal Advertising i nl able ht's to meeting atund last M,, WU'I Slllitt is law(

I I Paul Golden-tern
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.,.s 1$ Starting with its June t 13 issue, The Gondolierwill U Douglas, announced Arnall has that agreed Mrs J.I I 125 South Tamiami Trail V'

jf be qualified: to accept all types of I legal ad\er- serve as proxy for the Rev Craft "Best Drinks in Town-At Popular I'

I rising, at the rates prescribed by state hw.: ford while he i 11 away on vie I- AreH
tlon Delicious Sandwiche -When You

i i In order to qualify as a legal! advertising; me- Ooldensteln asks th-t everyone

i: ilium! a newspaper must hare published for *>2 con- in the communiu young or old
e who can play, mg. dance. do SPECIALSThese
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as a 'second class mail! mitter' pub Personations do Jiggling or
perform -
. lication, under the Florida 1a ws. With our June (> tucks of magic! get In touch Prices Good Through Wednesday

( ( issue, The Gondolier' will hare complied with that If with they him by calling Venice 2663
!l are Interested in taking
i, t i requirement. rart in the "Amateur Night" entertainment Gallagher and Burton Whisk)

{; Inasmuch as the legal advertising rates are set award! a prize. It for i Is the planned best performance to- Seagram's 7 Crown . e to"

14 t by state law and are the same in all as
i newspapers, we by the Sam Bond
would appreciate it very much if, whenever audience Clay Bottled in
have occasion to insert a legal "ad," you will think of Anyone a Little Interested Theatre In group formation here Kentucky Bourbon .

of The Gondolier Your attorney will be glad to also is asked to get In touch with

place the advertising with us if OOlden teln.
\ou- will request REGULAR
him to do so.Thank .


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