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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: March 4, 1948
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 )
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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
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071736
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System ID: UF00079934:00108
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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' s NO. 1 THURSDAY, MARCH 4. 1948 PRICE FIVE CENTS



k QuitsA1c. MISSIONARYThe I Nokomis Asks I! Ben Dunn May Run

I Venice for

of C. Fire ProtectionTo Against Woodard for
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discuss a possible arrange-
CommissionerBen
PresidentBecause ment whereby the Venice fire department County
would furnish protec-
4 tion for Nokomis homes. Venice
the pressure of business officials will confer at the city Dunn. Venice businessman and life-long resident of the-

iffain would not permit him to hall next Tuesday afternoon at 2 Nokomis district, may run against W L. Woodard for the Democratic -

levote enough time to the work, 4 e) o'clock with representative of I. nomination for county commissioner from District 3.
Nokomis Communities Mayor
tames M. Dick, local druggist, last Louis Suter announced yesterday. I That development stirred local

light resigned as president of the William Adams, representingthe I VISITS VENICE political circles yesterday, bring-

/enlce-Nokomls Chamber of I Nokomis organization. asked ing out Into the open rumors that I
Commerce. a the city council at its meeting last I Woodard who has held the post
Dick' Tuesday night if Venice would be
resignation acceptedit
wan
fire for the past two years. would face
a special meeting of the board I willing protection'to consider for homes furnishing in NokomU stiff opposition in his campaign
if directors and a committee to
re-election. 1
Members of the council agreed for
nominate his successor was ap- to consider the Idea if Nokomis I, 'Considering Idea'

Mlnted. willing to pay the extra cost en- W +(d
Dunn last night declined to
Lacks Time tailed and authorized the mayorto
for special conference confirm the report that he has
a
Dick, elected president of the arrange
::. Rev. PATRICK WALSII decided to make the race, but did
of C. only three weeks ago, in-
Doc Ordinance admit he Is giving the Idea "ser-
'ormed his fellow directors that Starting this Sunday, March 'I, Tuesday's meeting also was fea-
le had regretfully decided he the "dog ious consideration"'Ive
tured bv passage of new
and each
continuing day through :
!lould \ not devote the necessary Inoculation" ordinance after been urged to rut for
toe to the work. Friday March 12, special mission Robert S. Baynard had Informedthe county commissioner Dunn admitted -

Til gladly do all I can as a dl- services will be held at the Cath- council he had been advise? a "but I haven't made a
state veterinarian. Dr. Lewellyn, "
:hector to aid the Chamber of definite decision as yet.
j I olic Church of the Epiphany in Is willing to come to Venice for a
:Commerce In Its efforts to Friends the Nokomis
of man
pro- Venice by the Rev. Patrick Walsh day or two in the near future to
note ,the growth of Venice," the vaccinate dogs at a nominal cost. however, informed The Gondolierthat
ocal druggist explained "but I I OP. it was announced yesterdayby Attorney Francis Dart of Sara- Dunn has virtually decidedIn

annot continue as president." Father Elslander. sota appeared before the councilto favor of the step

The' C of C. directors also vot- He explained: Inform the city he has been retained Strong Support
Baynard Bros. to rep-
Id to Join with City of Venice of- "The object of the Mission is to resent them by In connection with Strong support has been pledged -

Iclate.: and other city and C. of offer Catholics and their friend the city's recent demand that the him they said, not only In the
::. groups.from Palmetto to Fort investment firm handle the cashing DAN MCCARTY VeniceNokomis- LaurelOsprey
flyers; to protesting the Army Air extraordinary opportunities of In of $45000 in water works
DAN McCARTY, above, a leadIng area, but In the northern t'nd-
forcatf'' announced plans to use hearing the Word of God Non- revenue certificates.
I To Meet Wednesday Democratic candidate for the Siesta Key section-of Dis-
3ulf waters off the West Coast,
A ttxto- vicinity, for a new gun- Catholics, too are welcome to attend At Dart's request, the council ernor, paid a visit to Venice trict 3.Dunn.

aery practice range. I ." agreed to meet with him next terday afternoon to meet and I10V-1 is widely known throughout -
: .- :'1.t Wednesday night at the city hall with local supporters. He was
Daily !Mass
(Continued on Page Two the district, having formerly
I by John
companied Judge:
RutliKuykeiKlallPresident There will be a dally mass at been employed In the Bank of
erton of Sarasota and others active -
.. ,"", 01 7:30: am. during the Mission Instructions I More than 50Registrations locally In the McCarty-for- Sarasota before going Into business -
of for himself as a commercial
NI will be given at the Governor campaign. Judge Pinkerton -
fisherman. (Incidentally, some of
i in
Mass on Sunday and after the said a local "McCarty-for- ,
Auxiliaryfciith the largest catches ever made In
0 Governor" committee will be announced -
mass each day. An instruction I.
on Fish Tournament I In the near future adjacent Gulf water have been
[ Kuykendall was the Rosary will be given every brought Into local fish houses by
I I
dent of the auxiliary evening at the beginning of de- Getting off to an exceptionallyfine Dunn}

trt ;;Post No. 159. Amerlat votions at 8 p.m. Sermons will start the Venice-Nokomis Woman's Club to Now owner of the K Club In

.. the annual elec- be preached every evening, too. Chamber of Commerce Flshln"' Venice Dunn is definitely retir-

.. ers meeting held last Beginning Tuesday, confessionswill Contest attracted more than 50 Open Library ing from commercial fishing.I .

ping at the home of be heard every night after entries within the first three days

" t...' Burls She succeeds devotions and every morning after after It opened last Monday it Friday NightAlthough

, iIn urls. Mass starting Wednesday was reported by Stan Richardson, I Coming Events |

:'< ___ en Dick was chosen I morning chairman of the. committee in final arrangementshave

!lint yifa(=)president and Mrs. Lu- charge not yet been completed, the

JOIt' 4" was named second Search Continues' The contest will run through Venice-Nokomis Woman's Club Thursday, March 4

1Ie001 ent. Other officers April 30 with a total of 18 prizesto library will be thrown open to the 12:15 p.m. Rotary Club meets

1lashs Isle: Treasurer, Mrs Mae After One Convict be awarded to the winners In Venice Country ClubS .

A><4IN.tf11..t sergeant-at-arms, the various classes. The prizes are public at the new Civic Auditorium I :30 .p.m., Lions Club meets,

f.. \, Smith; second ser- Captured HereSearch now on display in the windows of starting tomorrow, Friday Venice Country Club.

a. Mrs. Sudle Wolf; the R and R Sporting Goods night. .t 8:00: p.m., Christian Fellowship

It" Audrey Johnston; was continued this week Store. 303 West Venice Avenue. Mrs. J. E. Bartlett chairman of. meeting, Methodist Church.

plain, Mrs. Lois SJo- for three of the seven Port Myers Richardson announced that the clubs library committee, said 8:15: p.m., Helen Page Wodell

D. Mrs. Anne Surls. prison camp convicts still at large registration cards also may be obtained that for the time being books may landscape architect, to give Illustrated -
' auxiliary officers will their last week lecture in KMI lobby, aus-
following escape evenings in the lobby of the be taken out or returned only on
a Joint Installation and subsequent raids on several Gulf Theatre, whose owner. Vic- pices Community Service Club.
1 Friday evenings, from 7 to 9 'p.m.,
I be held with the loEst homes here. tor Retty, donated three of the but that arrangements will be Friday, March 5

in the near future One convict, Hubert Bailey. 27. major prizes bait casting reels made soon for longer and more 2:30: p.m., Lemon Bay Woman
was captured In downtown Venice and rods. officers
varied hours. Club annual election of
early last Saturday morning after -
Other Places meeting Woman's Clubhouse Englewood -
f [RTHDAY Free Reading Room
by
a wild chase punctuated
'a marks theGondolier's Other establishments where entry .
Issas gunfire, through the business dis- A nominal yearly charge will be
third cards may be obtained, In addition 1:30: p.m., The Brooks Ministers -
'. Mlcatlon.eatheR. trict. to the R and R store and made to borrowers, although the All Sacred Musical, new Civic
State Highway Patrolman Mc- reading room, which will be open
the theatre are: Tarpon Center,, Auditorium. v
Rae Walling and Night Officer days and evenings will be free
of Com-
Point O' Palms, Chamber
March 8
Monday, N
Herb Hanchey. Jr., spotted Bailey merce office The Rexall Store, Various magazines and periodicalswill '
driving a car stolen In Punta be available at the reading 8 p.m., American Legion "kernel -
Mitchell's Barber Shop, Taylor
Gorda. After a chase that awakened I room. of corn' party, open to public, t tat
Hardware, Nokomis Grocery,
half the town, they finally new Civic Auditorium.
Evans Fishing Camp, and Smlttys "Just as soon as we have com-
cornered him at the rear ofLowe's
RAINFALL Tuesday, March 9
High Uw lubM Tavern. pleted our plans, Mrs Bartlett f

ported ......,-....... 053 Meanwhile Grocery, a car stolen earlierIn Official weigh-statlons, where said. "we will make further announcement 8pm. Venlce-Nokomls P.-T.A.

26 ....... 80 51 0.00 the week from Jim Dempseywas fish may be presented for weighing of permanent library |meets, high school. Free movies.

............ 82, 58 0.00 recovered In Lakeland, where and recording, are: R & R. hours and services to be made Wednesday, March 10

8 ............ 84 65 0.00 two other convicts were captured Tarpon Center and Point 0' available." 8 p.m., regular meeting of Englewood -

........... 83 65 0.00 Also recovered was clothing stolen Palms. Assisting Mrs. Bartlett on the P-TA, at Englewood .

nth ..................... 0.63 from the Otis Bronson home as Contest leaflets, containing library committee are Mrs. J. A School.

1 ............ as 65 0.00 well as numerous%other articles complete rules and other Information Simpson. Mrs. George Botts, Mrs.R. t p.m., special bowling match.

2 ............ 82 68 0.00 stolen In Venice by the escaped may be obtained at any of L. Ruth, and Miss Josephine Venice women's team vs. Sara-

3 ............ 81 66 0.00 prisoners' the above-named establishments. Danks. sota, at the Bowlakade.'M .



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VE.TCE OO ':XLIDf,

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Venice Bowlakade (Continue t from page I '

SPORTS I it Men' League to discuss the entire wantti o jj|

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v I financial situation. I jj

Only Iwo bids for ltJn'cityowned

STVNDIXCSPto. building It 4
Pint
Avenue and the Trail tJ]
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State Meet Today Adorjan's J'Samtyi 13.834 celved. The: building 'II
' In .
Champions Play
Conference Furniture\ 11 ".698 ed during the past seek< 4

Venice Venice Laundry IS 1&.136 Chamber of Commerce au 1.'

I Venice Electric 13 lU92 has Its office in the net'fc.
I/S/ High School 13 1I.98 Auditorium.)

avf Venice Food 12 15.444 One bid was from ALl
12 "..50I Surfs who offered to J
.' ..R'R 12 13.307I month for the first twofer pit

). Lemon Bay Post > MJUfrito. $75 per month for the ntr*
I Fth'.ir7 :?
f..It" .. ?. 69a 'bJ 1223 years. He proposes to JB
I t Far aT94! toe III building for a sea food isi:
.Ins'.5,51' inJi.-.p 54 Diner market. .
e h. .. Laundry :t; til ;u 22"0Aat
751 til 22Uh.rjx.p The other oat submiscj
29 I ;includirr a .dP :r Diner Carl H. Wolf who offerer-
24 22 March I
I'I" i M.adar"...... rood .. X51 031 1ST I1I1 $45 per month on a 1 fo.:
1 Cs \'.. 4'e t.d': ._ : 2 :00 t:8 118u.Iriudrr lease and would use thetas t
handk.p 64 pi.., a bus depot.
"',.,.. Laundry The ;'1 :.9 nit
Hh "'h..1 .. .. fit TIt 214 2237.In Defers Action
jd.nr M Dims The council delayed ir 1
II ..r "t4nHda". M.reh a both bids. In the hope ii:
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Vtn1<0, r..t f5: ii' .:0 ii' .:' : budkiv 174 plus$ next regular meeting.! i'
At MALES 1 1ConpiM Bids for automatic

I I kt Marjorie twretary AJ.ri.il.U.tx l I and supplies for city whit

11.4' A r.an 1'4R were received with tin
RaR----- 1'1 I Garage and Service Static "..
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J V- For-J 170 -
.. !'?.!.> J awarded the contract IKi '
Las R t R II 7 i i and tires and Earl Can i
lv- Ll4nd" 161 ', for labor and parts
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h. tr .a El.etrc 145 1 IKe
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\ X*\lh'! crowned er.ampions of feated Bca Grand will play center Glenn! 'Ha k' Stephens.were ar..tard fmnty'i /....-. .. .-(.- l67 Punta Rasa Correct
-. E honored by being named to Alar. HrS &Mol! .
Ctr.ferer.ee.
; :-ri.adet as are Fort Myers Junior H.ja this af
Huh
146kukendsl.
1e- F.wJ
.ut: of their; 38-34 fnals'I t O' ternoon. the Everglades AllConferenceteam -i Uindr- .. __ 106J
: Venice > III.,. 4 t 0"'gym I
our Boca Grande :in the KMI gym after the tournament here. C kf, n.th High .,....1 l . 145P.r'Kk. I Thur. .
.i her :alt Saturday night the Ven- ', The successful team In the Left to right Coach Charles !,..,lt1l .. .. .-. .. 145I.rr FrI.. Mir. I :" t m 4R.t.
:ice-Nokorrus Ind.ans today will!! western division: play at Fort My Gadd. Eddie Keys. Oven Conway ' 144'La" .. Htr 9 11:<4 p m. I
M 4Sun.
: p
\ *rav..; to Fort Mv rt to cirr.peie.n : ers will Journey to Homestead Glenn Stephens. Andy Malanca! Y\\i ',,Lanpd Pod 1 : <::. : 144 1441! I .. M... 1 1.4 .'m I
\ the western divis.on: of Group i, Saturday to meet the eastern division Ronnie Lee Smith. Billy! HanknHarry : Mtc. R. R.. ,_ .. .. I'f'' 10U p.. I
8 Cats: C bask' ball play: sinners for the right to Lanius Darrel Landts. and wsf'en.re, El ... I >
.. .. ... 141' N"" M.r.
U.ck Mool 11:43
in the state Cass C. :
progress -
; The Indian: : ihown above) asCoih Ralph Adrian Jim! Franklin ten h K fa p II I
Char Gadd presented !| tournament. member of the squad is not ,I : .. 139 | Tu.... M.r.I. 9 4 i
'r.m II.?!. t.r individual gold Two of the Venice-Nokomls ,I shown In the above photo by !sit: R : .; : : 126 1:22: p... IWH.
t. 9a-r.':... *:rrt:>rr.< after they de- boys forward Eddie Keys and Crawford. FVnri ._ .. ISO I., M... 10 It :22 a m. \
Pill: n V.-w FurnitureArr.r Uf ...
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I VISITOR:? BOWLING PICTURESTO I V B.one'h. R 4 R -. 11'1 ",u... M... 11 am. :
tx>f.. L,m. n Bat r..t 1:41 tom.O :
Sergeant and Mrs. B E. Bowen BE SHOWN > Earl Erl.blwock .. .. .. .. III
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of Nokcmlj have had as guests ee Furniture IIf ---
Very,. E.a'ert __ 114 #
: J" from Atlanta. Ga. W. H. New- SARASOTA MEETING H-lrin, Ad, ....'. _.. . 114
and i Hagen. l..m.. BW Port III Compliments
some. George A Newsome
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j With bowlers of Venice and vicinity Smith. H.ch fch'ol ,1I.j
"If. Mrs Robert F Miller, brothers 110"107. Vcu'w Ujndrr ,___. IZIII OF
I especially invited to attend : Verb I Furniture . 124
and sister of Mrs. Bowen. Mrs. :
MCrwl.en. Ak.t a's' 123Hemph.
f .' FOR EXPERT SHOE REPAIR T.Ralph's W H. New seme and daughter, a special bowling meeting art J be | ,.: \'..,.,J Furniu .. 122Tarlrr Plastic B| '
Age
Repair I held at the Bowladrome in Sar- I 5'.?," E.tr": 119Ikr
Shoe Sandra. returned Sunday to At- .art. AS.-r an'' .. III
Ot,. R. .,.,,.. SARASOTA and asota this Sunday evening at 7 J-na. Lemn Ii., Past ItsGa.
\..... lanta with the Newsomes I : ...'tl. Lemon Ki> P>...tu II' andEquipment
Agency Miuhtll'i
Barker Shop %I.a. Miller. Pot, ........ Bay Pat .. 114 t

'I I !Sar-asota t i

SEE US FOR YOm Guaranteed
1" It Pays To Play ELECTRICAL CONTRACTS Mr. McM&ster. a representative

i ANT SUPPLIES |I'of the American Bowling Congress Watch Repairing: ; ptstribator .f

FOR YOVR FISHING AND will be on hand to answer Jewelry RepairingArt Trkraft Fiberglas
I SPORTING NEEDS. "CORY" 'Questions. Sound motion pctures; Supplies h
e I '
SEE IS FIRST Automatic Coffee Maker [lot proper bowling methods and Friendly. Courteous Retailer .f

i star bowlers lll be sho n. All FernieR Marie Supplies i
R& R 8 Cup . $27.75 "
Interested are invited. and

SPORTING GOODS ALSTON ELECTRIC Barry: Jeweler Equipment i,

")' "Tre FMi *Ik'rt....ti Spl.lf; I CO TRACTORS I i To Live Here 324 South Orange Are. j
R i Sarasota ON THE TRAIL
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: 0" Venice S.k Bank
On State Highway at
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.'1 Phone 3132 Enflenoori Member of the United I NOKOMIS. FLOBIIl

.f'I, Phone Venice 4J3 Horological Association

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Venice Furniture Co. >. .. I
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USED FURNITURE STORE e, ITS FAMOUS


Located at 237 WEST MIAMI AVENUE +
BUFFET SUPPERTime

three doors' vest of the Western Union Office. I
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Operated: and Managed by NOW BEING SERVED:

r FRANK S. KELSO
EARLY
WYNN
star
Washington
We will Buy Sell Trade Senators pitcher who has
or ,been visiting! his brother-in-law. Sunday Nightsat

Used FurnitureAlso 'Ben Dunn of Nokomis likes this
oars of Florida so well that he
bought a bayfront lot In Bay
Point before leaving early this 7:10
Offer a Complete week to Join: the S-rIorl' spring

FURNITURE training camp at Orla-do. He
UPHOLSTERING, REFINISHING plans to hive his Nokomi'horae ILNSTEAO OF SATURDAY NIGHTS!

I REPAIRING and SUP COVER SERVICE built after this the summer end of and the return baseball here FOR BALANCE OF SEASON

t PHONE !NUMBER WILL BE PUBLISHED LATER sellOn.

.if'ifJft., m For quick results. For Reservations Phone'L
In 1ft'IWIN. r. 'tfI'11'I'IlYl! lrmJn IVI N'.1h 1\. DOLIER use a DON- -
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h 4, 1948 VENICE GONDOLIER Pate Three

IDci turn Billy to the Crippled Chili Seeks School Posts chemistry and several other sub- HERE FOR SEASONMrs.
dren's Hospital In St. Petersburg jects. Wil-
.. E. K. Turk and lon
lewood
'all He taught mathematics at Sar-
for further treatment. liam Turk, of St. Louis. Mo. are
en 1 .r., asota High School from 1937 to
-.0- stopping at the Worthington
; The annual election of officers 1940. and was Sarasota coordinator -
Apartments for the seasoa
r leIt msM will feature tomorrow. Friday: r s of the Diversified Co-oper-
.a NtaA. 2 30 p.m. meeting of the Lemon ative Training program In 1941. HOUSE GUESTS \
all.'I. Dt American Legion- Bay Woman's Club In their clubhouse e ; r LieutenantCommanderFrom
1942 to 1945.' he wa in Mr. and Mrs W. A. Larmore of
Refit party for seeMY the Navy holding the rank of Del., the
guestsof
+seetes Wilmington are
Mrs. William Jonas has ap- lieutenantcommander.In .
!hk ,. Davis. Jr, ser Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Eddy of
pointed the following nominating 1946-47. he served as coordinator -
I!et M ? in an automobile committee: Mrs Harry' Ellis, .oat of the Marlon County Albee Road
DIVi i Committee in charge chairman; Mrs. Ray Hayes, Mrs OCT. program.
as f.90 was raised A rec- J. D. Tate, Mrs. E. A. Bartholomew Bullington received his Unlversltyl A.B. decree I I
J p&'O l attended the affair, held from Cumberland
and Mrs. Frank Bowdler.
rl Community Lebanon, Tenn., in 1932. He has
eri % Clubhouse
-.0-
ento also taken special at Dart-
- nti. Mr. and Mrs Wll- Next regular meeting of the courses
odlbml 911., Sr., expressed deep Englewood P.-T.A. will be held at mouth and the University of Okla- HELENSHOP
homa and has attended several
for the community the school at 8 p.m. next Wed-
:r apon will have to re- nesday, March 10. University of Florida summer DR. THOMPSON I1LDO
flrt! t s, sessions for teachers.
a J He Is the owner of a Sarasota
the machine shop and is in the real
estate business at the present
'01 d II: IPLAY GOLF A time. He owns his own home and casual clothes

'e II has been a resident of Sarasota sizes 10-44
'db S. BILLINGTON since 1935.

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IeI'ehll Lilburn S. Bulllnffton Sarasota I
COURSE NOW OPEN
:t business man and former Sarasota -

'tatto th, R;'.. TO THE PUBLIC High School teacher, has an- ENGLE'S TEA ROOM
nounced he will be a can-
: ON HIGHWAY 775 ENGLEWOOD
Ga i ,ll didate for county superintendent

:.4 Greens Fee $1.50 of public Incumbent Instruction Verman, opposingthe Kim- DELICIOUS, SATISFYING MEALS

brough, in the May primaries. Luncheon 12 to 2 Dinner 6 to 8
Bullington. who has never be-
(lJLLU .. Yom: -
\ t fore sought political ou'ice, said SUNDAY DINNER HOURS

::: Caddy Carts For Rent his long field experience has convinced in the educational him- 12: :45 to 2:30 5:30: to 8:00 I

I'b that Sarasota County school Phone Venice 2486
l, system has three "basic needs.
They are:
I 1. Someone with vision enoughto -
j t.CLUB' HOUSE. PRIVILEGES foresee, and make provisionfor '' "D.'V.J1'J'n:
I future school system needs .
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'1 NOT INCLUDED educational as well as buildings '
I A Privilege to Live to Florida
I \:> ., 2. A "public school man". for a A
Y j ,.... "public school job." A Distinction to Live in Venice. =
I II 3. More emphasis on vocational I
II education, to better prepare our H. N. WIMMERSRealtor
Clubl10rid' youth to meet the problems they
f nice Country are will over.face after their school days

Bullington who Is married and VENICE FLORIDA
"*' the father of two children. Jay C
'11 Telephone 2531 Allyn 4. and Sydney Nelson. 6, Where the T.mi.i Trail Meets the Open Gulf
't ,' holds a Florida life-time certifi-
till cate to teach English, history.I
mathematics, Bible. French

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do not agree with a word you say, but I will defend PuP Esstrwood 1r
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: with my life your right to say it.' VOLTAIRE Lampp to "m., SUP bundar t. arh* I

\is Published r\rry Thursday.. Editorial and business offioe. 313 Hell 1 !, fo f7NNAe' a I p.m. Church nerviea
Jl a \'fnlrf'I'nul'. Venice Florida. P. 0, Box 632. Phoneenlre 3131. i -
FIRST BAPT157
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NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION V'"k,
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'\ at ""ni... Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1S79. 0:15 It '.m. Mrnina, wisi?
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'. Subscription rftttii one year, $2.50; six month, $1.50; three 1180 Wild"4sy: p.m.; 1.e1, 'I It I In, "

month. 7Sc. Classified advertising rates 2 tents per word, first 20words W4K'y P rays. oervue. I.. "j\1 t
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I cent per word for etch 'Wil
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CARROLL II WILLIAMS Editor and Publisher Rev.. J. W. Hntey eh ,
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HELEN UILLUMSHOWARD Office Manager Mopins strifes III, 1--ice
l ] BRILEY Shop Foreman Ermine service \\' "', .
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protests by newspapers by f''llt' Coo
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t I coming from the major and city council of the City of Venice) I r LETTERS To The 111111I Mornlnff "tM'<', ....;..;;;.rCHURCH

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TOO MANY CONVICT ESCAPES Venice Aver .,TNRev.
City of Miami Beach. Florida C. 11. Ju wthk. ,. is
Mr. Carroll H Williams! 10 a.m. Sunday Phsv: ,
e Fortv-two men have: escaped doting the past z'() Editor The Venice Gondolier tau II '.m. Pr..rhlt

months from/ just one (If Florida's prison camps tha t I Dear Venice Sir Florida: S..vl.Thursday p.m, Pe.rwr.,:au 1 I" t", ,J

I :at Fort Mvers.Seven Replying to your letter of February 2M, which we received hid.,. T.t p m t"n.f" O 4
I yesterday, we advice( that you are correct in your understanding that :
I i ; men tied List\ week, in three separate: break:; I'the City of Miami Beach was upheld In Its levy of a license on VENICE CATHOLIC CHUHasse .
private schools at lamps a n
for freedom.
The fee chaired b> the City at I YenlcsRev. zet
1f C. L t.1 ,luder. lat ..
1 The recapture of one escaped convict early last Sat the time ths decision was renderedby I Venice. Florida .,D!. M... 't.

> urday: mnrnin in downtown the Supreme Court in P40. Editor. toga
Venice
? after screening: sirens I
\ was $25 00. This has subsequently ; Venire Gondolier.
: II' and gunfire had awakened half the town, accentuated been raised to the present charceof merits in his official! pax ',.Q
'f Dear Mr Williams
our personal] belief that: something is radically wrong $4750. and this is the flat fee I' : Then too. then 10. ..f"

with Florida's Yesterday Major Suter of Vtn- It l b Interesting to note that Mr grained conviction DM .
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outmoded "chain gang" style of handling I Ice called Mr. c W, Tomlmson, Albert Moremen of Laurel Shores too many of us. its *v",

f. t I convicts or with the administration of that! system, City Clerk of Miami Beach en I I Is offering his good services in assisting ditions suggestion and that rnethod4 Mlstn \..)

,f ,, at leaMU t. the 'phone and Mr. Tomlinson you to formulate" policiesfor Improved upon, U a l0
advised Major Suter that the Gondolier attack
There his understanding on some Indma.
must be a reason for all\ these
: escapes of the decision referred i And jou of course may besomewhat group.

.\ I that cost the citizenry to many: uneasy moments and to above U to this effect: ; befuddled by the temerity How to overcome this *. ,

.:, city and county authorities, as well as the state tot If tuition is charged the pupils by I of a young man who sets prejudice is a problem t.
the school, the I himself nature. King Solomon ii f
much City could !levy % up as the spokesman for
n.d' .
'; money a f in attempting to recapture tax or license on the school. others on matters 1 to be the first to remi.H
regardless pertaining tour
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,;Ir r the I Is vanity. Methlnks he '"
\ men above
a reason and beyond the under of whether the school Is"" school sjstem notwithstand I ty smart bird.
f *, standable operated at ing the fact that
desire of all imprisoned a profit or at a he Is blissfully
[\A [ freedom. men to obtain loss 'unaware that a s.ntp"un.../.... .i. _. And In conclusion. ln |
I eider the much abused iij
:' I I We hope this Information will group of words expresses a com- ly misunderstood term

., Even convicts with only a relatively short time of be helpful to you. and we will beglad I iPletethouuht, that "11''." Is a con- atlon" To you and me i i*
I their sentences left to : to hear from | action of 'It Is." and that the specific meaning that & ] ,
serve frequently flee you at any
from these ; .,
time you use cf a dictionary should be checked In the dlctionij.!
prison may need
camps or work gangs. Why, knowing they have which we can give you.information I mandatory for people who have some others. It seems II tondary
only! a small trouble In meanings; such ry!' ,
chance
to spelling ?
succeed and that their Yours surh words as
almost
: I certain I I very truly !' substantial" willingness to let the otfrj
recapture will bring their guards' wrath down C. W TOMUNSOV rub your nose In the din,
,\ t their heads upon City Clerk and Tax : Furthermore, you end of time; >2, dolnjer
-w hy, nev'ertheV{ do Collector may possibly the other fellow w
s they persist in fleeing? --0'---- I be stultified by the lack of logic wane
The the particular way he i
men themselves will tell YOU they run away EDITORS NOTE: The Con- I that more than matches the lack do it: and <3) resignation.

"because of the brutal treatment they receive. dotter at the request of the city of sr.mmar status quo in all thing I/'j|

Hubert Recaptured council and city officials, But one's feelings be hurt.
all i Is
con not
j"'I' Bailey put it lost Mr
Williams
simply when ,
asked Uct
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the
why City In
fled of '
Miami
SPite
of
Beach that As Mr'
when he had inking' feeling -; I said before .
; only a few more months to serve before hlch won a Supreme Court test the Pit of your stomach, There 'It seems to be a mature ."'

.. becoming.._eligible fur narnfa. He said : I ease Involving its right t, levy in may still be a meeting of mind principle Fundamentally, It Is a i
,, occupational license fee again If w. can find a
"They starve you to death and beat small private 1 a would all common level. It Yours for more of:4 '
death. I just couldn't you to .._..u, school there. The matter 01 seem to be merely a ; ,
take it any longer." ""UUI lougnt the ease. but lost terms FINN WEDITOR'S CASPFdk
1a It is not It was a small ,
for non-profit
enough --
seemingly: lax or college
state prison guards or their incompetent with an Incense of lets than $10. (, NOTE::
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superiors to dismiss and had
such operated
statements with at a |loss: no Moment on Mr.
a "consider-the-source" shrug and a dis- nevertheless the Supreme Court Hi letter, except to observe I IMonmev
7 dainful: "That's 1 ruled the city
what could
all of levy
these rats say." an occupational Is reported hi
Something must be license ft on any [new Venice eorrespondelll
wrong and school
radically charging for tult'on
when wrong It Sarasota Herald-Trlbam [
an entire state has to put up with these continual made no difference. the court niled. we did not know IIIh.n"

escapes by desperate fear-crazed men. whether the school showed a his effusion. It wilt sat

L It's time for an impartial Profit or loss. any more than ,It I r us! to learn therefore, I tllll

it situation. investigation of the whole I store would plumbing In the ease shop?or a any grocery 0h.. I I in will take an .active for a i i"Kbnbrough pal"


UNCLE OTTO er kind of business) I I movement In this
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PLAN BEACH WIENER ROAST .JOB .PRINTING

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Venice next Dispensation of awards and a' special 'enterUlnnwnt 'featured Venice Gondolier
ix .March 10. to last Monday night's monthly meeting of Pack I of the Venice Cube, \
against the held at the Venice-Nokomis Methodist Church. 111 WEST VENICE AVENUE PHONE 2tM
Bobby: Stevens of Venice received -
? Venice team his Wolf Gold and Wolf 1 I be held on Monday. April 6. will ###4"4'4'### 444H."H4'4'4'4.*-*+"** *
tl o, Anita KoogiJBhanley
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I Marjorie Silver Arrow awards. These denote be In the form of a wiener roaston "H.N.4'4'4H4H4- ##"###"### --
10 extra credits each above Venice Beach. All parent and
A Plumber Bad
When You Want :
._"tfe&-earaaota squad his Wolf requirements. 'Robert I friends are Invited. Please notify I

'area aq i. >Marie,, Helen Questlonatiitter Betz,, Crowley received his Bear Patch I I Cubmaster Jack Wilkinson In ad- Be Sure That He Is GOOD,
badge. arrangements can be
Carelton
Hurt was formally vance so
and Meade
Virginia
4 entered Into the meeting, made. Dependable Plumbing
oa'AND INTERIOR having previously been received Wilkinson, In announcing re- Contracting RepairingFull
. "',.M ADttlNOW during weekly den meetings. ceipt of a generous cash contribution Line Fixtures and Materials.
',.j\1 ," &' The entertainment program, from the father of one of Water Pumps Pipe and FittingsLET
'Spray Paint to Your with parent participation featured the Cubs, said further Improve- US FIGURE TOUR JOB ESTIMATES GIVES
Hit '::1&Indltidu y {TasteBl penalty awards of burnt cork ment of the treasury will be attempted -
F% 'f. i- '001 "face-lifting," under supervisionof soon by means of a paper JOSSART KINCAID
, -\4111 11f Den Chief Raymond Edge. The salvage drive. Details will be
Yt. LaWli Furniture Phone 3601 Venice, Florida
" fun off with announced later. Meanwhile,
was topped refresh-
w...pray-ralnted No"ll their "_>.rrra **-'.r.''*1s*''****##'*#******'*' *':
ments served by three of the everyone Is asked to save
: ,"We Have The Color" Cubs' mothers. waste newspapers and magazinesfor

,,:. ."T.;E. 'HOLLANDPhone \ Next month's pack meeting, to the Cubs.
r..aisYM.I '' I VENICENOKOMISBANK
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'x VENICE, FLORIDA
OIL".8enrke Popular Brands of Beer to Take Out. I
"WE INVITE YOUR ACCOUNT"Member
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J3i4ranteed| Jobs I'
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oiler Sons 315 W, Venire Avenue Opposite Theatre $5000 For Each Depositor l Insurance $500
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i3rtALAI; FOR SALE FOR SALE REAL ESTATE FOB SALE I LEGAL NOTICES \

USED FURNITURE of all kl... Yen.IM '69 DODGE; panel track. Good eondttlon. DESIRABLE SELECTION of basins I INTENTION'
Paul Nan Good tir Blrk'i' Grove, OB Trail one NOTICE Or
CLEANING Trading port SSI W. Miami Avenue *> and residential rites In city "T Venice NAME:
mile north of NokonlU.LARGE by owner If Interested, .ufeest roaratltala. 'n- TO REGISTER FICTITIOUS
Week, near640 BABY CARRIAGK. Lib n.w. 909Groveland Address, Bon 8Venice. Fla. 1 1'hio undersigned do _rob, -urr bleak
Wardrobe II bIi
SIZE Baby Brd. e..d.etl.. '
Avenue. trunk In food condition. Phodi V>nleSM4. > S r.lnem at Venice. Florida.ends.the f_
Iowa mower, A COMPLETE titious name of
HOUSE TRAILER tl-ft. Srhulti. COM ,
COTTAGES
washing ma- condition Truck tiro. BcMU. .... ... PALM HAVEN
MOO 50-LB COOLERATOR
C.A.Lamb'ff In .L Perfect REAL ESTATE SERVICE End that said firm la .".--" of the
It.ar Hdrbor. P, 0, takei It. C. Harold Bates Katlewood road condition At bargain prlca. U E. Hoifc whose name and blues.Y ,
wutk of U. 8. 11, I 1-1 mile. at bait Coast FUIi 6&N. de V. HI"' 144 Har_ Drive. Ve -
U-rr. Hoy Craft Trader. With elee- GUU.-8 BICYCLE. English _k.. Good the tORT HYFKM AREA! and .. I
611 4116 trio brakes, metal electric rendition 120. Phone iii... Stockman _
Ark with permanent innerspring top. bed refrigerator Daveno. V..... $48&. all of SOUTHWEST FLORIDA Mod- Ruth H. HIveL U4 Harbor Drive V
WI ae1W 1412.swalkirve nt homes to beautiful riverfront tmUtol Ice, Fla.Ownership. '
t ekctrhot plat. Coastal locations Including Inpimd of Pain Haven Cottage@ hI
I ::r.'i.-. dishes and kit'then INEXPENSIVE I...., and t- alarm b....bproU"
and islands
unimproved tropical .
follows I
luckl. pocket watches, wed' vatehea.Juit I !
tat Flora uteniila In excellent condition Price llohl.oct.... hualnmaopportunities J
11.176. 1. K. Hill. Laurel. Phone (174.TRADEIMN the thing for school or fu.hio B setups. Clyrt.J nf: JO* .
and Inconw Including : I
Barry Jeweler S24 8. 0.._ StraaoU Roth 60%
Liberal motor .....rta. trailer eom.botel., ., It la cue Intention to apply to the CWk
RADIOS 11000 and up. USED DOORS vlndoifa with treated obrratlnc ranches, farma and groves of the Circuit Court In and for BaraaaU
Wj cwt o"ke. Floor model. MOO and up New Record. I (Ian. Panel office partlileiia and lure- UPT and small tracts of land A County, Florida, to register the said MB
I to. 51.00. Used. new tpow.lto. Alpha bor. Bee "-. Buao.ar at Valencia Ap.rtmrntc complete rental service Send for fretdearrlptlv of f AI.M HAVEN!: COTTAGES under MM ,
and contracting. Music Ell.... Phone '"1. or call IUI folder and map of this trop. provisions Chapter Z095I. Law. of Ftaeliln -
tTLAULING dirt, .bell, sand. leal aectlon.JEFrCOTT. Acts of 1JII.Wilnna .
41 CHEVROLET - Newly painted A-l ....... Good tire.. AIM I WANTED REALTY INVESTMENTS February, IIt8.oat hamh, this 14th d.T eC

41 painted.Four-door New U.Fleetka... Phone Chevrolet t'(4. Newly YOUNG MARRIED COUPLE want job sn Pint Street Fort M'..., Florida CtTDK V. H1CBI.
Cffoss ai caretakers for home In return for a 'RUTH H. RICY1.Puhhtht I
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P. O. Box 141. V......
several buildings to IM moved off Venice
Both the USUAL
'I and UNUBUAL
tl $1,1130:85: : Air D.... P. L. Ray.... Phone Venice USED ELECTRIC TRAINS and .....k.. ,
261B.
State condition and pr..... Boa II. Venice ROOFINGRoof
(Ct. Coadnlirr.dent .
."Chute il o. Boberts lof DON'T WISH YOU HAD Work of All Kinds
I tennis match. /
:hahTelall t&eAmerican ALVIN P. JONES

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toUJ. of x n.uG..i was con'IA' Br BILL MILLER the Florida session Saturday eve- Groveland Avenue

ted lids ir a. ning under the sponsorship of the '

s. BobeH1', 4jkp exsed appre- HI-Y Club. This Is the second $200.00 Dependable
rA1lag The school's track team will dance which has originated from
' the co-dreratlon given Service
open Its season next Wednesday that club.
ta4e11pTf Blalock of the Ven- Paved Electricity Water.
\ March 10, in a triangular meet In According to President Bill Wt; SPECIALIZE IN .
ok (il| Ilalt.[ Mrs. Robert Fee Simple! Deed.
Sarasota. Their opponents will Francis orchestrations will be Chrysler Products
i NT
our I.,JfokclraJl post office Rich School. The clndennen have orchestra. currently featured at abstract dcrtred.

1 I.;'HM.M.rtlercr. co- been In training for more than a the Sarasota Country Club. Re- NOKOMISGARAGE

mwj;; Awl .An of the other week and should make a good freshments will be served during

xi V.*b. W.to generously showing in their first tilt. Intermission and dancers are assured -
H. N. WimmersREALTOR
. __ effort to helpcampaign On Monday. March 8. KMI's of several surprise during A

"'; e net men will travel to Tampa the evening. GEORGE T. DEVLIN

:fi : '.. where they win meet a skilled VENICE. FLORIDA Phone 5I1

team from Jesuit High School. ST. MARK'S THIRD

, INGf This afternoon they will match LENTEN MUSICAL .4'4' +."""4'4'4<<'''''''''.

= OIf LIER youth with age In a Faculty-Stu-. NEXT WEDNESDAY t
L. N. ShirlingPLUMBING t Cakes Pies Pastry
"IIIIII 6t. Mark's Church's third Len- ,

FAS'I I ten Musical will be held March 10 Cream Puffson
i
ION AND SHOW at 4 p.m., with Mrs. Tom Butlerof
/ Order"L&S"
: Sarasota as soloist. Mrs. But- t
All Directed by
A ler Is organist at the First Meth- Englewood Phone S39S tAll
MRS. W. G. MOULTON
L odist church of Sarasota. Every- Kinds of Repairs BAKERY"We
I. ? Fashion Stylist.. St. Louis Mo. one Is welcome.
Estimates Furnished Bake to Suit Your Taste"
AT The program will consist of a
by Handel and numbers Complete line of Fixtures 307 W. Venice Are.
VENICE CLUB group by I
"' -)., _. COUNTRY Mendelssohn and Bach and will Pipe Water Pumps Phone 3135 -
>AY MARCH 10 AT 1 P.M. I
close with the beautiful Spohr and Fittings Opposite Bank Building

Members $1.00 Non-members $1.25 piece, "The Savior's Last Hour."
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!RIE&IL NORTH OF NOKOMIS 132 W. Venice Ave. Free Refreshments
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BUY DIES STYLE SHOW AT NOKOMIS TO GIVE LEC

Don Wayne Boon. Infant son CHEOXA 'HOME OF SONI ATKMlTONicK.
nt Mr. and Mr Charles Boone of 'ro I I Kate Braddoclc.. 87, died
Mrs.
Venice, died last Monday at the expert "f Monday night at the home of Helen Fade Woda,,' ,
Earacota H>pi'al runerat server style show directed by Barr) \\-n-: vi Brildack: : of Nokomis landscape archit
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Low.. MG., assisted by her lon,
six St. Vet ce'
born the
Just
j lor the baby bun, will feature next after a long ::neMSn* rented at It lJpaJKMI \
weeks ago, were held yesterday Woman's Club at since l&3tIOc.ober
Nokomis
raided! in Nokomis( lobby
had under ;
afternoon at the First Baptist I I" Luncheon hostesses are: Funeral services and Interment au
Church cftfiJC". with the Rev I Charles McO Roberts Mrs. | were hell: i* Vero BeachSannors Community &n-icc
D. Campotll Crawford of'icla'injJntenntn I Isiegcl, and Mrs George H. also Include a son MI Mrs Wod IIU trip 1.
fcJI'K: d at NokomisCemetery of
nlngham A program of Sarasota: a talk, entitled '
: \ Braddock Pkfeet" : '
.music will be presented d'
oro'::er Paris La 1"Jn of Sebas- with beau!
:, the how. by Mrs. James ..an ria and three sisters. Mrs. live color slide :
(IT PIN to' 'erMi Pa'.l J K:oegal of S1J.. !lan, Mrs
ML o MEIP I A.dria LePelley : furniture! and:: Potet R'all of Long Beach, Tickets, priced 11 nil
I announces business of ; Ulc-: be purchased .
01T C3..t and Mrs C ;I'lM Foster of at thet
I will be transacted after the S, Kel.oid public Is invited
La
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GULF i sho. which will be open to : rd B. .t.'
I members at well as members. ..' I
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Theatre'niCE At the club's last meetlrg
:George Botts and Miss: E I by R 0 THE BROOKS MINISTER
:Baker were hoste>ses. The \-erPr-
e 2 Chows "MurcUr 2 cal program was arranged by Vc k.'"
Box Office Open 6 P.M.LSeek ; ClKle V H gel and included Present An ..
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eral piano accordion '! I
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it Box Office Opens Das 739PMV.llre : ; Margaret Ann Dixon. Billy : ; and trout a.:: All Sacred
: Fred &
I w-ph and KMI Cadet Musical
1 hnr.d i. and *tndaJ P.;MThursdat I b*nr. vocal solo< b\ Mrs ; !:Jt<- K,
--0- D Roebuck and piano ::ce t-:' t.;t atFrida -.
by M" Eugene Maier II:: ," '
;March 4 I : ,' Ana>: *,,:k. ,,

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