Venice gondolier
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079934/00109
 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: March 11, 1948
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
 Record Information
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: UF00079934:00109
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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; Offers Catholic Church of The Epiphany I Cousins to

: : Ticket File forCommission

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i 10 days' left to qualify, for Former County Commissioner

ktt' to county-Offices (up to M Cousins, in an Interview this

ilfhl March 20) records show morning, stated definitely that he

tt hare qualified, or have would qualify to run for commis-

d,,tUelr l Intentions to qualify. sioner for district 3 in the coming

I I:Incumbents. of major coun- primaries to be held May 4.

flMea 'and' board of countyottasioesert'hWWIjualifled Many people Cousins said! J

to ill Mli have requested that he enter -

rthe May primaries the field which now has W.

publicans, _.ille first time 'I L. Woodard of Nokomis. present

offertaf opposition for some commlsioner and two Republicans I

hataflMa.. Records available of Sarasota, Roland W

",tbMfljM Republicans haverect"the Kleupfel and Francis O Baldwin

.,.eesi for county of- who have either qualified or Intend -
:( Ti' to qualifY.

> iw : :thf list of candl- Cousins was appointed to the

.fa;. { J County Commissioner Board upon
.. .tuct -+ Forrest Chap'lIuetMUluDt the death of R. L. McAllister to

, "(D). John D. serve until the next General Elec-
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B':Balden (D). Catholic Church of The Epiphany tion which was held In 1946 At

.. t. 'of Public InJVerman the May primaries of 1946 with a

KlmbroughL. NO PARADE SUNDAY Dedication Will Be Held SundayDedication field of five candidates Includ-
wS commissioner.
S. Bullington ing the present
!; :! 't;, ? Col. C. B. Richmond, presi- Cousins the late Alexander Murphy -
of the Catholic Church of the Epiphany will be next
ant' of dent of the Kentucky Military George W Hlgel and T. M.
I Sunday with Thomas S. McDonough Auxiliary Bishop of St Augustine ,
QO; Page Seven) Institute, announced today Fla., delivering the sermon, Father Elslander of Sarasota pastorIn I Wrede, Sr., Cousins beat out HI-
""-i that there will be no dress gel by one vote for second place.
charge of the local church announced yesterday. Reverend DoctorRoderick
a parade this coming Sunday. Higel withdrew leav-
At this time
MacEachron and Reverend C. L. Elslander, assistant to
The parade has been postponed ing Woodard and Cousins In tM
Bishop McDonough, will assist In
until the last Sunday of I run-off held on May 28 of that
lubow their stay In Venice March 21 the ceremony Alter Boys for the year with Woodard winning in the

Relocation of ceremony will be Otis Bronson run-off with a total vote of 233

and Mark Fette. to Cousins 196Nokomis. I

185,members and Sonia Terry to Gulf Target The musical program will be
under the direction of Mrs. John
,.and with many
Give of
Program Cooney of Sarasota
Range OpposedProposed
rg way at the doors,
Neon meeting of Monologues Here Services will begin promptly at Fire Protection

Woman'sB. plans for relocation 9 am. ConsideredFollowing
First attempts to get the build- Being
and Miss Sonia Terry of Venice will of the U. S. Army Air
.' Sr, in charge ing for the church were made Im-
recital at the Force target to Include a meeting' between
give a monologues range a
''sales, had their mediately after the close of World
home-studio of Mrs. R. S. Tilley coastal area from Bradenton to War II by the many Interested Venice councilmen and a group
Nokomis residents earlier this
I tb ,meeting was awed here at 8:15: p.m., Friday March Fort Myers, Is meeting strong persons of the community in the week, the question of Venice

by Mrs W 12. opposition from many civic organizations form of a petition and after con- furnishing fire protection to No-

expert of St Miss Terry wlft delighted many In Venice siderable communication with the komis Is still under "advisement"
WAA the building was purchased -
with her Russian songs in cos- Councilman and Fire Commissioner -
were Mrs Da- Richard II Grdnev. chair and moved to the present location -
tumes while working with the George Botts said today
Mrs William man of the Venice Businessmen corner of Nassau street amount of ad-
Botts said the
USO as an entertainer during the and Tampa Avenue, which was
the Sarasota s Association, protested to ditional cost such a set-up would
war has studied singing and dramatics donated by the late Doctor Fred
x respectively J. Hardin Peterson, congressman entail Is being worked out and
under several outstanding
H. Albee and Mrs. Albee.
models: this will be presented to the
teachers from District, who the figure
Mrs C BcKugene Work on the building was still Nokomis within a few days.
I group
Her first teacher was famous Informed Gedney that designation
Maier In progress when Father Elslander Among the Nokomis citizens
Marla Youspenskaya of the Mos- of the area from Braden
W. 8 Green,
had the first service and it who met with the council were'Mrs
Mrs Frank cow Art Theatre. Later she studied ton to Fort Myers as an Army
r i continued until the building came: W R. North, William AdamiEd
Miss Helen with Harold Bailly at Rollins danger tone cannot be made up to the requirements of the city I Courtoy Oeorge Devlin, Cap-
College and with Mr. Kuch at the :
without the approval of the building code, now presenting an tain C. S. Alden and Raymond
Mrs University of Miami.It .
Robert I
Secretary the Air Forces. I imposing building Piercy.I .
iJ.F Deane, Mr was the latter teacher who, :
Elslander said that continued -
and Mrs Ale praising Miss Terry as a very tal- Present Indications point to Father

Misses Mar- ented pupil, strongly advised hero this movement as originatingwith improvement In the buildIng I Coming Events I
With Is planned. The building of a
and Nancy specialize In monologues Commanding General of
recreation center Is
rectory and
his encouragement, she created
McDill Field In order to over- also a possibility for some timeIn Thursday, March 11 A
i were Mrs Ed several original monologues, some
come the difficulties encoun- the future. 12 J5 p.m.. 'Venice Rotary Club h
daughter, and of which she will Include In her
Hand Elizabeth; program Friday evening tered with Commercial Air- At present the seating capacityof meets, Venice Country Club.

and daughter, lines In the present target area the Church Is approximately 8:30: p.m.. Venice Lions Club i
300. meets, Venice Country Club.
Oedney and
Sunday, March 14 a
Dedication of the
9:00: a.m.
NETS $1,385.65 LOCAL RESIDENT Catholic Church of the Epiphany *

heR Mrs. Charles McO Roberts, local -
CAMPAIGN FOBCOMMISSIONER 8:00 p.m. Sunny South Quar-
chairman of the AmericanRed B. Hider of Nokomis Avenue,
POST tette, Venice Nokomis High
x' RAINFALL Cross yesterday reported a who purchased a home here some School.

Irish Low Isehe. total of $1,38569 contributed in Ben Dunn last night Informed time ago, bought the Stone Farm 8.00 p.m., American Legion

000 this area. The Gondolier that the Association Orove for a reported Auxiliary meets at Peggy Simpson -

82 at 000 Mrs. Roberts expressed appre- pressure of business would not price of 50000., this week. 's Hutment Acres home. 'It,
permit him to actively campaign Venice-Nokomis Wo-
$0 69 000 ciation, not only to all her help- Hider plans no Immediate 8:00: pm.
6o 70 009 In the coming election man's Club party at New Civic
,1 70 065OJ5 ers, bt to the public as well. Just and therefore he ihnild not be change in the present, set-up and Auditorium.

79 62 for the record, this amount was a candidate for county com- will operate the grove He plansto Tuesday, March 1C .

67 0.00rt. 15 per cent of the quota set forBarasota ulsslMier.' occupy the home located In the 8:00: pm.. City Council meets

70 000 County Grove In the near future New Civic Auditorium. ',



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I B r' ( t ti: II Local Lions Accept SHEEPSHEAD BESTS : High School i ad FLEA%

Forming I II the
;: "I : Sarasota LionsCage HERS( IIEL WESTERLen iNow t doAT I CX4
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: Challenge Lanlus, former wrestling I Baseball TeamCoach PLEASG UP5ET ANDDE510" b

; champion, is a great fishing en iMA
Oadd of the Venice-No- SXHSLE
''j t\t Dr. T. S. Thompson president of thusiast. Every day he takes his komis high school announced today 1 '{ou6 f'VWr

.' t local Lions announced last night pole and goes sheepshead fishing. that practice has commenced

':. 4 i. that the Sarasota Lions Club has One day recently he caught a 31 a lor the school baseball team that

I. L issued a basketball challenge to pounder and because the Icebox he Is forming.

,I: the Venice Lions who were victorious was so full, he staked it out 'n Gadd said that the mound duties

'. 1 II' In their encounter with the the bay on a string. will be handled by Edward
.1 Rotarians in their recent game. Because of good-natured kid Keys. Billy Hankins and Harry

... Thompson said the game will ding by his niece, Mrs Frank Lanius with Jim Franklin holding r
1 the catchers spot.
be at the KMI gym Wednesday: Lanlus, Len took his left-over down I
r Other members of the team
which time forty cents dozen) and \
nl ht. March 17 at shrimp a won a-
announced Ju-t as
will be
'.: 41 there will be an added game between I fed his pet for a \week. At the end gets under way. I
the Alumni of the Venice- cf that time, the fish had becomeso regular practice

I. Nokomis High School: and their strong that he broke the line ISSUES C

regular team. Game time Is 7:30.: that was holding him, and plum' GRADY TAYLOR

Admission paces are 25c for got away! CALL FOR SOFTBALLGrady I
\ 1ND fAY1NG NoO
t' students and 35c for adults.! Taylor manager! of last I THE L ADt'Sy :

The cheer leaders of Ve.No.1 KMI TakesTriangular year's Venice softball team. hat w IDIOT rlt'litArnE1s :THE v,J: t. ,

t HI will be there to lead In the \issued a call to all ball players 10 Nottt SONKLI

cheering for the local Uoni. Dr. show up at the Eat Venice Avenue IN

1 Thompson said the support of Track MeetKMI ball diamond next Monday at .3

f the public and school will be ap 5 pm. ".1'"

preciated. cindermen yesterday afternoon "We will\ welcome all players. -- -- --- -- -

{ t took the point lead in a triangular Taylor said. "In particular does TishiiT Contest

track meet with Sara that apply to catchers. We have a It Pays To Pli;

FOR YOUR sota and Ft. Myers, edging their hale of a good pitcher in Byron Now Underway;

x COCA COLA'S nearest competitor by 4 polnti. Jones and we need a guy like FOR YOUR FISHING

j i.. That Really Refresh The Kaydets broke their previous Jim Franklin' to hold his flaming Catches ReportedStan SPORTING NEEDS!'

,\ While Enjo>ln( A Quiet school record for the Medley Relay throws. SEE l'S FIRST

) ;" GAME OF BILLIARDSCOME with the time of 2:16:2.: : r Richardson chairman of R&RSPORTING

The Soldiers managed to rack the Venice.Nokomis Chamber of
Venice Bowlakade (
TO rUE up 58 points against 54 for Sara 1 Commerce "FI hin'" Contest an- .M.
sota and 31 for Ft. Myers. The Men's League nouced that a bulletin board will

t' K CLUB Sailors tied KMI for first before I be In the window of the R & R Thr Florid. Fr, n>....', Sr

i HEN DUNN the Medley Relay was run, pull- Sporting Goods store to keep the Opp. Venire Nub..lsPhone
Ing into the lead and keeping It STANDINGS contestants' up-to-date on the two 313

I tl through two more events. Pts. Pins top leaders In each group.

,. !Smltty's 19 16.017 ; The board will be changed each
Ador Jan's 19 15 294Earl's
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time there is a new leader or
.' ROUNDDANCES 18 17.931

r I'Venice Laundry 17 18215 runner-up. I TIDE TABU

Venice Electric 17 17.257 Entries received to date are a

\),. k U'ERt SATURDAY NIGHT Venice Furniture 15 16926 36'a-pound Redfich caught: by W. VENICE INLET
: j \1 8:30 Til High School 13 14.989 H. Ford and a 7'j-pound Snook
} Venice Food 12 15.444R I (Punta Rasa Comta
,..; To The Music of & R 12 IT.6 S caught by Mrs. Joseph E. Allaway. ..

;>:"' ( SUNSHINE JOE ASHER PLAYBOYS and His Lemon, Bay Poet 10 16.376 Fishing enthusiast report that Thur.. Mar. II 245 M' p- 'j

.4 t Ij,! AT Week's Result an 18-pound Snook was caught Fri, Mar. ItSat. 1,4212u ....
this week, but : : pa t
fl the lucky 41i1 one
I'i Friday. March i
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Mar. II 1.26 i
'I F-arl'a ...p.. .. "SI Flt12 22S4Vralct had failed to enter the contest. tsun.
East Venice Avenue p.
Furniture (01 Mil 731 SI 17llncludlnn
I 'J ADMISSION: 50c Each handicap IS2 pins ., Mar. IIMup. Sill a1u -.
,' ''J I SmIU,'. ........ 7 Ml HI 71(1 ltd' ,... /
\ I K R ___..u._ Ml CD] 725 2"M1 I TOM WATSON ., III.,. KTim. 4:06: ..... 1li
Including hiadlcap 71 ,
1" pinoMaadar. /10 '
..., _. : ties. tu",1'a
); .. Hurt I ., Mar. II 6.26 am '
Lawns Maintained and Vmlct Laundry ._ 7>7 '(.| 7>9 J1T IU a... IIi
Venire Furniture .7I 7i'I 71(1 till i d, y rtai7r"p ; Wid. III.,. IT 4:12: paThur.
; Property Cared For Including handicap 16D pin.p, I .. M... 11 1:1 p. 1 I. "
Ea'l'a n_...____ Ill nit 70S 216'
t. Urnon Bay Pest fit fcU 717 210h
During Your Absence Including handicap ti'4 |iin.4n ., -0-

i :: Yo. d.r. March II

Y Close Correspondence R -.._. h M)>4 67. 6'" J17 ComplimentJOf'
Vtnlc. c.Uvlnc .. H} 781 710 V265
Including handicap 114 |>m.iAVtKAI.ES
,: Compiled by Marjorie_ Adorjan, Plastic Age I B t
C. HAROLD BATES Used "'.r>)
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Jon... Venice rood .. andEquipment
ENGLEWOOD VENICE; 3390 Laniu.. K 11_. 170 5
Oaklry, Venice Laundry [S d eY'Sy '
I.I. G. Curw,", Snotty' I
Richardson K 4k K l,
I Whwlw. tarl'a 1.5"t S.
Arpu Nave Earl'. .
I Deruchii, 801111,'. 167 1M of 4-
Now J. Cur.od. Smiuy-a 1&1 Distribute
> Hrobit Vmlc
Ad"r)... Adurjan's Furniture 151 TricraftFiberglaiiBetailrr !
Complete Mill Working Service in I Lex". .;'rl'. .. ---.- -- 1r.1
/: Kut,.l.,. Venice tl...t'rlc 150 15u of
White Pine Fir Cypress Kuylu-ndall. Venom Laundiy .. 119
Ii..., High School, 140 I Marine Supp*
"Herllck 8mitt,'. .--_ .. 141
Prepare Brohard. 80111I,'. .. 14' andEquipment
Adrun, High School 147 Your NextGOVERNOR

i For Summer Now We have Bronze Screen Wire Wells Wulf, Venice Vtniu Kwtrlc roodr "_ ." -- 14'146 I

>t.r. Venice fertrlc _.. .".. '
for Doors and Windows. Blorwtli, High' Bi-hool "__ _-_ 144 1e5'I ON THE TMNOKOMIS. &

'I Willlut.Knt r. Lemon. V ..Hay Fund Pint "_ 141 144 i Vote for this man May 4 FLOW

For L.nen. VMIC| Laundry _
I 8t<.plin.. High School III Ad paid for by friends of

<< f N. C. White Pine, Tide-water Red Cypress 1 11101"r>nura..'.. V.nl.Earr .Furniture. _. _. __._ 111 141 I Tom Watson) -
It'll ..-.. ... ..
; For Paneling See Us. K R "h -_-_-_--- 110
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I..taoa. Venice Food ._ _....". _
... Venice Food ________. 111 III GAMES and BRIDGE
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LumberSeveral En". -- __ ,___.
Lung U mon Bay Pisa ..".."___ __ 11&13&
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Carloads of Kiln Dried Pine "idllna: Adorj.n'. :-:-: : : 154 176 -
I. V.rllon..t K 4 R--------- '.._' NEW CITY AAubiTORiuMMONDAY
ti 114
for Flooring, Siding and Sheeting. Sabaek. Vcnlc. Erctrknn -. .
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Lrrnon Bay m
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-rla, Venice Furniture -_ __ I 1 PI'I
milk, Hlirh School .. h..._ III MARCH 15 -
VENICE BriWy" V..... '" Ito
LUMBER CO. Laundrr ____ __. IU I
MeCracken, Ad.rian'. .. _
Y i Venice Avenue H_pll.| Venire Furniture .-'. 111 us Sponsored by

k Near 6ea* ar4 Depot Phone Malnn Ven1e.Vtnlr Ewtrfc Furniture... ...*".-. III Venice Nokomis Woman's lltt iI"'ri. 11 Adorjan'a .:: :::: I
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AP 'A I,this fact, the Fort Myers News- P.-T.A. MEETING But Who WantsTo coerce, and Dooley, is Florida
,." Press pictuled three candidates for At the regular P-TA meeting manager of the Southern Bell
on Tuesday night B. E Bowen Talk to 2,400Californians Telephone and Telegraph Com
state office and the prize Brahman
president, appointed a nominating pany.
air 1 bull"Heroto" in a croup picture committee of Mrs. W. I*. Wood- ? "All we need do now" says Co
on its front page ard, Mrs Helen Vacheresse and
.it''*"th Mrs. Bruce Rlgby Mrs. WoodardIs I lee "is to develop lung power as
Qprlze; bulls The candidates sharing honors chairman of this committee. Jacksonville (FNS) Formal great as that of Californians \
['Mplfants were In with the bull were W. A. "Bill"I notice given today to Harold Co- which Is our only comparablelack
Stiands, candidate for Governor' by the way. When television
p lee by A. B. Dooley that Floridians -
etltlon,Tor public at. General All of them
Edwin D. Larson, candidate for Attorney
: I ts made a part of the new
(tl ,the Southwest Florida re-election as State Treasurer and spoke at a political rally held in and Californians may now system as It soon will be Call- .
.r h.rUst.. week, .. Emphasizing L. Orady Burton candidate for I connection with the Fair. carryon 2400 simultaneous con fortilans will be able to see for
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1 versations addressed to each other themselves that they can never I
at one and the same time equal Florida."
I over the new coaxial cable Bell
ate. .
Telephone put into operation on '
.January 15, according to Colee,I I GONDOLIER Classified Ads
1 dI "comes with great relief. Colee Is cost little, yet produce fine rv-
I 2 j executive vice president of the 'ults. Just phone Venice,3131 be-
i Florida State Chamber of Com fore S p.m. Wednesdays

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1 tell 4 2 aa.t ST. PATRICK'S DAY

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Dinner Dance

.1Ji."00a 7blal tco "..MtYSw SATURDAY MARCH 13

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I INDUSTRY AND COJ.TfiES ftfy 7"f' Dinner served 6 to 9 p.m. i

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t':, I '. ; .at. Uy. "'t attic mart cif apL. : :, .t .[ !'. .a y.t. :. t..u : utct4' :.ti is\Mrs r.w.t."II.i ;.r.t .: :KAi I Itot.

; I '. t. ,'."r.1:1I V ? : C v .A:y .:attar *'. '.". ':':tr.u .:."" : :.:ll tn ;: .::. i i:-cy: :csS etlal tn. has never a- ..:

i :: :;. / 4' I *.' .*: .'''1. 'k:; H. *. S-l'k rr.r tI.t -. .t a1 r aa+.''e A.,: .44 ;,<; ..... .-.L.. ac. ;a. ..... .i- effort was 1 house as a tc" i':
< ry r v. ;. .t .11 flit v. '.ea: k'y ex.atatd.n=
.' and C'Y. ad It hi :r.o t'...::' t'.t: :sale < attwct "I!! ors alI.jn I no effort has been i
.1 .r.J.r.. .
\ ..arEtY ae*t.y .*. lUrk/Xk t7tst.4ay trot
*' ,t;;4 Of .r.eu..f. tr a:i e tt .: ::.: t nay t..t a.axis well tract. visitor s:. u
) k ..' fc* Mr.1 .e..t" : /-r.t ..) .! t \ A h.x
.: r .. ;.' .' At' .'.
'I rAt.4 *' .' 'Ioita ". ... t:11.e'u: =a=-I 1.'t reaau: t.t \'Ii.t:'.: :: .s kawn as 'ne .:6 t.; c: ., and a'ud: apply mouth ad\eru f aset

:" .....y JA t.... .G :.":r. tart. tot herd: f'p.:..b.e [I"t tttry '. JTt0'! ', .".V, ,1 .Vttk" !.: : :: :::.:Io. Ent. steady Increase :" t V.1|!
*: '. r:--.: ;.;:;c reliv et t.dJtaar
>\ : .. '. rt yv.r ft'"." an.h :::.\n.de/f act hie I.a\ !:; year e people visitlrg b db'x.
rIt V. ...."T.::. And he' rrtafro. x.: tx e.s b came a.ce .
'.. w..wt mt11'.:.vr1 tny ;t1t
I: : Fio-dks .trct: end:.*: .. .. .. .. ... plant.As ;;.
}, .,y-.n :1,4 ;':Aft' ah .eelf .". v.a) who: t.t tt..r.J: ,. .'.:*.... ..' the ;; '
tr.t"rn :fte S .n: arts t :' t n. -. .I.'I'I a pub:. "T p'': SUkgN"
'. Cain 'WIII I ....;A..c :.! h y, .e.. pr.tab.y tore for r.'::: t.>:* o e- ?;* J;
UT. tr.:1 States S.t: C"-1' tto:.:":! a: Cn: t_:.on. roe Wit Florida the S.arseems Cor 4,
'I'IV enoa 1'". wt:; that .ant
kt CeAuttD..:.r .t..t I ,near It .\t II, t.aA.a ::.11 ink:: was r..t.y: : ar 49He : to it!!

t..t ;.......;t R.r."a. :.t<:r. that !d- wa. : k"ync'y !! a gar:': .Iol'r i-j j>k"". wren 'ft !: '!ht cutcane aid9us: cxxnt of good-mil by 1 Dick Popes AQJalSchaal ItllI ti4'i1'b

'.'M. IL: D.i'r.a .-v rating :o : .os! .:.0ert in er- '
l ;
.Ivan *,IollI.j 4e darner II IRL.a l"iY u > :([ :1).Ht glass c to:
Y.> k.ow the i.r.M d: fated t::'vw,-. 'o want= to slot the ;
d.d y. a g'y yr
.r.bl.t they hAt.y kcu'rkp:; C'"oo.lot and raw > .,* i thanks to the l''JbIC: i itacU reJaa: 't I
tr... t.t "..r. t Y'" "r.t. '.rJ: ; : SGe fir ..h-j you ;...: -v...-e sc he .wtituted a I:, 'J

bcw and ,brut" crt your U.: << for JJdie But' ftti-.de service and Motors of Joe Ftrruo

the pKt.r: t.t handed 01 mast office persists In sending .1: 'tor- w te extended every courtesy and 9 I national publicist his :4; rr

I It hate t -.n taken at Itut 15 years I ItS UtKled Rt>, a>e S.CTTati .;' e- :j ..n;*d to make a complete the state throuj" 'tane n,
t 1'.1'.', .., ." ..r: ;,. ':rr"fI h"
ijo Ith'.od, him as k handsome toy: c! :re rtantK P:ant. Trim- opttationi
for S.. company *-
okay : .
: C or..nued. : ( a ndty :f; jOr.
but' callow. >outb And hewas td and. experienced attendantstake I
1"-t '.,:11 m. you ra\On't any'i 'I but Itt hardly: :tt uy to, "wineditors Everglade
running= for a judicial office. groups thro.fl: the plant
I .ata .t.t ti. writ; ab'.ut FJt ifj.ji' and Influence; p.b:i.tt.** Worth while PJtlllt! .
t.ttt maturity certainly li a fac- ; .st as groups are scored ,
,',".'.!. shy not !I':: p.cpe: In ran ol Thuneay.fT1dIL7Sa'.ud..r character benefi aJ: d .I. als.r
d t'J" Oh sure. we used It. But JJ.CJCfct ff.-ai; of YouthP'opeesa

t tM. fart that you it 'wamped our private .Mvir to any candidate l. weekly papert ; : S: Augus'ine Every I' and give the state a
Ii ... .h poiLlcal ..ut.I.I.I\Y these
could be to spend three or -
e' .d (JILY". Yrr: -.n't Y'IJ' I Irjr dollars and get a "cut" that Another cand,. jut today ;:1. :k-g.age that the layman stolles do not just hI '

'UUsual :, more nearly 5hlJwtht voter how sent IIan Immediate Release can: u'4 'sundG Jot rrl .
much credit U cUe
II h* lo'jki now tory It deals ''Itthe candidate .it service' is provided daily '
Ly Y""'.rday fItur.d" Into lM .. the part he has
promise. hu
r upon eectionat for tour cj the plant from 1:00': ,
at, r next It war d".1t There wets three cents governor to remove from p..b- unto them about.
: postage a m. 4 00 p m. and this ssea' visit 1Ojar
"loth. wo livr.HJ ''ulb.n welift due stamped on the envelop lie pajTollj Including 'C'.OO.i. son ";11t Maintained until May You Will find a Tc

., art 'Nt.fofv.t paid for It. the envelop "any member of the Coiununkt I. f'ojk.'ho visit the plant for House both in:erestim"iooal
.. 51
.. this
...,H. some queer, things. must I turned out to contain publicity Party or any fellou-traseler I the fire time are tremendously and r*

t hate hkpyini-d: vin tft, ; nrly In I for a certain Florida scenic a' This particular candidate gx' iJtIpe55td. While people thor home folk as w'ell 'as Wlr

8, r 4 air: campaigning. :' hreplied 'Mtyhr this item do<:in'tWong on to froth. at_the mOuth about. oughly! enjoy our beautiful tropical Itort You should \ i

Ihirk up k law and toll the with a "political publicity" the danger to Florida from >.ji. gardens springs and other first opportunity.

I'Jib kb'jutm, column, but ...e just thought we'd people He
fxj t.leasa d'n't blame us too mention It. Uktwl\t. w.'rt allergic about his own advocacy of a sale I''

much YOU try to "!.Iut'lL/flU'!" to P'.Ipleho send In three tax not so long ago Personally!! Industrial activity ar.dftr: READ THIS COO ,,

MR _. cents In stamp and ask us to we'll. take our chances with "fello > visiting the sugar house they are Of THE GOMXJUl

0-- mall 'em a copy of the paper -travelen:' as against candidates as enthusiastic as after a visit to WHY NOT MAIL I f Q

Not so very long wi, we opened Darn It. though, we usually do It.) who wave the flag vigorously wm of our more beautiful attractions TO SOftiE FRIEI"
tur mall. box
and found therein
I n but support the "sales tax UP NORTH IL.
+ rt *n nverpe| bearing k March of Another candidate publicity Idea. ,
-1 I While the Sugar Corporation



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crease this year according lo Bernarr Macfadden Announces His
7l'' present reports.. work for the early abolishment ot

Dr. J. E. Scatterday veterinary I Platform as Candidate for Governor .war.tlmetaxes.

R d'4a + consultant for the State Board of I 10. RECREATION! Encno-!
MIAMI. (FNS) Bernarr Macfadden. candidate for governor,
Health said this week that rabies !age the expansion! of ouf-of-*>nr
was In an epidemic form in a subject to the Democratic primaries In opening his campaign, has
announced his "All-Florida Progress and Prosperity" program He recreation centers, park tin
number of Florida counties.
increased 100 I .
Among them are: Plnellas Marion will carry on an active campaign through the state and plans use of gr6unds and \
.,, last year, is Citrus Lake Hlllsborough, both newspaper and radio advertising. make Florida attractive as America's
substantial In.ht His 10-polnt program follows: all-aroimd vacation
,. ,ay Jefferson, Dade Leon, St. Johns. letes and athletic teams to advertising -
1. HEALTH To proclaimthroughout + ,
Because of the seriousness of the vitalizing character of
the world the abound-
the situation, Dr James Steele our climate IDEAL FOR TOUR
+IN; chief veterinarian, U. S. Public ing virtues of Florida's unsur- 8. STATE'S RIGHTS We Florida Vacation
passed revitalizing climate for
Health Service, visited Florida recently should vigorously resist Washlng- Private Swimming Pool
physical mental and spiritual up-
to study the outbreaks. stitutlons to develop great ath- Close to Gulf Beach
tot He made the suggestions for along building ton's encroachment on State's and Golf Course I
2. INDUSTRY-To vigorously Spacious Living and
i : Shoe Repair I range program which Included encourage Florida vast Indus- Rights : Sun Rooms
closer relation between vet-
, i', te.014' Rtee station a trial resources, advantages and FOR QUICK, Write for Halts and
erinarians and physicians In the
.CM' : 1Are."l.tered! section) opportunities and directly con- SERVICE. Further Information
control and eventual eradicationof
t tea'"+
tact Northern industrial Investors
those diseases of animals which: --1 Copper Kettle Inn
3. TOURISTS-Hotels, Florida -
are communicable to man, pa-- Venice. Florida
s greatest year-'round sourceof r.
. I; Your tlcularly radles and brucedoasundulant profit should be liberally advertised Box 14, Venice ,
( fever), 6.1
*, and promoted. Reasonable -
H "STANDARD OIL"I Dr. Steele emphasized that n-
price accomodations shouldbe
'I F Servicee and bles Is one of the diseases about emphasized to counteract
IN A \
". ; which sufficient Is known to harmful high priced publicity. o
General Repair
eventually control and eradicate. 4. AGRICULTURE To develop HURRYPhone
Guaranteed Jobs These control measures ate a nation-wide demand for
tI: .' simply vaccination of animals Florida Agricultural and Allied I
'", ze gler' & Sons against rabies control of stiny Products and Insure adequate cooperation 3461If

dogs and reduction of the wildlife with the Producers'

tOKOMIS, Phone 1754 population such as foxes, etc, 5. CITRUS To promote a No Answer, Call 2955
which are susceptible to rabies greater popularity cf Florida cit-
rus fruits and allied products; also -
seek avenues of wider distribu- ,

Ci''I *. s .;;' tion and more rigid, effective con- U DRI\'E IT CARS FOR RENT
, ,.
:A Privilege to LIven Florida trol over unripe fruits.
r 6. CATTLE To secure national -
t .' A Distinction to Live \in Venice
I recognition of Florida's superior -

s ,- H. N. WIMMERSRealtor growing beef Florida an Industry.important fast FRIENDLY SERVICE In A


r continuous betterment of Flor-

VENICE FLORIDA I ida's already splendid educational Popular Brands of Beer to Take Out.
Institutions. Encourage these In-
ft iia the Tasnion.I Trail Meets the Open Cull

'Mosquitoes' to B&B BAR


I -"Whr Marto ? the Month At Ft. Pierce 305 W, Venice Avenue Opposite Theatre


Silky fciitk' lose to the Mosqultos and new methods of

CB > yrL ;; k. combatting them, will be In the

11 Ir limelight at the annual meetingof L. N. Shirling

the Florida Anti-Mosquito Association -

wa and the American Mosquito PLUMBINGAll
u y.Saloneas' Association March 28-31. in

Ft. Pierce. .
rtt LUCILEW.'ti With the national association Kinds of Repairs. Estimates Furnished

lima Ave. holding its meeting this year in Complete Line of

conJcnction with the Florida
7 i.
group this convention Is expectetd Fixtures Pipes Water Pumps and Fittings

to be 'highly successful"
Englewood Phone 3395
Highlighting the session will be ,
discussions of mosquito control by

ground apparatus the effect of
u'U''H''H' ##IU"H'H'U"
new Insecticides on fish and wild-

,"Aor Cheaply Priced Property" life, and the new development of
1 mosquito larvlcldes and repellents.
smitty'stavern r
It fi SEE Several of the worlds authorities -

hr 'ell d on malaria and mosquito con-

lt t E LAND COMPANY trol are scheduled to speak Including -
: Dr. Paul Russell direc-
Salesmanagern tor of the Rockefeller Instituteor I

Medical Research; Harold F.

, Gray of California Dr. Robert D
Glasgow editor of Mosquito Newt 125 South Tamiami Trail Venice

k AVE State and entomologist; Dr. Willard V.for King New of York Orlando "The Bright Spot on the Trail"

; Dr. Herbert A. Crandell
SEEN NSS'HIP Toledo Ohio; Dr. J. L'nduska..
jaure, Maryland, and Mr G H. DELICIOUS SANDWICHES

? Bradey, Atlanta Georgia

IENI aa President of the American Association I PACKAGE DEPARTMENT I

Iff a Jacksonville man 4.
H. Duke Peters of the City Health
oLa Firth
i Jepartmena, while Claude Strick- Old Crow Bonded Bourbon . . . $7_
I land of St. Petersburg heads the
w \ I Florida organisation, John Mul- Old Forrester Bonded Bourbon . . $7. o :;

'rennan. Director of Entomology, Kentucky Tavern Bonded Bourbon . $7.00

State Board of Health, Is "pre l- Old Taylor Bonded Bourbon . . . $7.00
I dent-elect of the Florida group.. James E. Pepper Bonded Bourbon . . $535

V HMMMMH Blue Springs Bonded Bourbon . . .'$6.45

Guaranteed" l Canadian Club Bonded Bourbon . . $5.79

Watch RepairingJewelry Vat 69, Scotch Whiskey . . $5.80 1

RepairingArt Usher's Green Stripe; Scotch'Whiskey . $5.95
r and trying experiences of the day are over,
91 for relaxation, then it's time for 'Operation Supplies White Horse, Scotch Whiskey . . . $6.15

mix yourself a good drink from the "fixin's" "Friendly Courteous John Crabbie, 12-yr.-oU Scotch . . $8.30
t Service"R.

Barry Jeweler

324 South Orange Ave. Fine Club Gin ; . $2.95 fifth

Sarasota Wm. Penn Whiskey . . $3.29 fifth

Horologlcal Member of the Association United Puerto Rican, Rum . . . $2.89 fifth

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[Jf\'w\ .Jt ., .; I LETTERS To The EDITOR i ii I Venice Women's Bowlakade Leaguer I ?&c-jig r..4.t:tf:=if f'J.-"t K will"virt ice!P"*next a Goat their*"to*. two op-the, II Uc cordially Church In t-EaaCtt.1 !J; r\wDependab }

F will be
1.'It. The first
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r : '' -KIND WORD DEPT Pui'ti P.a-Si 'abet C" T::dose tl the sectl +

r, W' Pinner, N. Y. !tC H '\\....i=s ( riiy
.f C'1' ::..: -r Service
i 2l GoaSaCjef.: 7 ra IYrsestJtr 7> -.4:'.ir :.t ::1:1111 Jour- r
\ ".. .
r: a. :: :\jt: w':lp..tf
{ : WE
!' Vesiwr.ar.Ji.: \ >n: ;; !!U. M>::day to test SPC1.
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L>tar SL 'i\ ';; ; 1 :f .s amps
F !o :;
db Fic.xt:1 r..l: :.n'':: so:?,. ZVif Mr WUuasjOs 'F 1144.s ::-t:: UJ! w&.::-1' the ,killed Jes- Chrysler Pro91

:i.'! ..R.'f'. I >! ;c: :-::. -r rabk.-.p:.:a h' b ti.f: of t:".* Pvau J.;,:.:: erK: e f aeo Prev.oasly, the
ID.E.N ; : :r.iu
;.," ;t., : nw CK j.. CJuziwr of C-=:.tm I slit tc : : C'- ,' ttF':1 1 Military NOKOMGARACf
'tat: ':
I.tit\ ., '' 1 t' .,'iTF. SJfJMS t-.ask y9. IM atautaare yaws ;>t. et a t F.estittTLta. Ay ctaj1 (I:: '."f s:. PetA. *"-
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11/11".; *:: ;;:: a\ r.iry :: : S:: !11 Elf fa :'H < > : f: .... S:ndiy *veP I Phone :;I1'h

I -,-HN ORTOPbaroian Trt :-:--:'ptriur5 of r.wS 1ftTlPf'ff Par ie. f.: hi r:: .r:: :: ... :' 'therr II -- -
:! ..' rts?a3..e to:: "U.'Gh I
CMtJ'1ffl t1 M'J. e .U fJ.ir. CIT t
::.t a.e ens :0: tt treat 1 I-=' P.lstn i iI ME n ilGULFJ
Lot&nt "N' r, ; P .* -
IfiI n a!.t artr ::.e FLatu :a*. SSa tY !af.fa:<< :4: 'ts' OVT U

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P ):ICJI1 ::t'I'I'-: s :.:= ::fEact. : II I
hit' .f '8 [ J.:1 .. To .. Sate: S a'E :: Theatre S

.' RArh'! .5t. Repair ..awn =rttI ;AS :; "L & S" BAKERY : \ L'

."it' f..axaaKTA I I SOLD .:,_.:: 1 i.-T--of1 : Sot..t tJ1.f.:':': .;: I .' S,<. -9 Vr Taste"fi E\7CE

wr Reo-t .. :,,::.. : "j j j::::..t: ;:.'f;' :_T f:' '.. F.'I! : : \\ ten Ire. !Box- Off Shl1ol. lt1ll'dliAi,
e Opea,11
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p'o.? IF s oUTS '.: :! Fa ::' .: a.rte 81. E..iJdinr

I R..t W'E .&.. K.. ::J 1 P::.. f' .' :. ..' Box Office OPt Do Iaed:
O.H Sf'!" 'sr-
IS OUR BUSINESS P JOvrsPhe.a ,. laTharvdar ( i in
Div fl %tr tw :-:: .t
: L But tJTJ Heat :!u ; B.
W....10.1 !':. :.:': -0 _,
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I VVD SlTPLIt ::"=-1: :CC: .: r rLtt Mickey ROn, B-i&iAnn .-'
'UHRENCr ::aF : B.Mh: JothtA-'
:..;r:::, Fa :- .: Cartoon Piv ini hj

01r I Power Slower SI 75.50 ':Ef : H' S .'; -0-;'
P.va-7 A.a.HP Friday and Cavil:
., ... ...'. 1 I IOVnr AND
Marsh 1MJ
| ALSTO'EL M 01st If Irrl a ale "ROLL ON \\.id
Roy Rotrr .ih TXT
CO\"TF.\ TC IR' KM I Clipping .' ':J'r:! Cartoon I MM| slabs
I On :.a Hthway 11 -0 -sa
lr.rltWoM B< BILL mLlr. .' Sundae )1nJi'W,
I Phare'ae- ,
: : : I' +us
:March IMS MsoMtrmvr.
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: -: ; Deanna Durbin .
: 'jJ' : 2S33 Sinota- 2529 ::. .: 1.' 7: "' :,, say Donald 0 fnuirNr M'l'S
', O'ero" :: :-,';:- :. Phone 1tt ;:;\t': ..,. ..... .. Carwot1"

r(y'; ': :-t of' :t .". C>.c... tI:. '.., ....:. .. ,: y SAT a.iT n i

."'....., f". :, .' ;. e'. Ambulance >. :::.::..t' r" .:.. :. t Tur. Ned.'Tal"
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., ;: :f c.;: i\ : ..:. Mann IDltUnWILD
\ .. V ttflt'. :t ,; ; .. Service .. 4. :: cr ) It IIW\WfJ.
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: ... :. .x vAf t K N OWLF.5 Alan Ladd 9,441r.Robert lfl
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: t.: ; :0" t; 6IL Day or NijiitROBARTS.SRJLVNON rrrM .n LM'lCartoon
I : -: : :.t ::. : .. .. ;:.
; I :..' P. ...:.. :.. .. i JEELERS and cry,
:1"br.. The n \.It Store .. 1::': r A r", (','fl. Arcade t

.. '. i Added ttractcht+

(\ '. .. I :....t: :. F ti i,4 JOE vI1E6fL1SUNSHINE J
"" "1 ::
: "To. Funeral
.' ,. [ j Home i-.i r t PLAT1'Re
: -rif;. .:.., will play for anti PeU 1
odnl f in '
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EVERY ::..::: :tt.:.:& .;. 1d
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WALLACE'S ---c>-- Sick Radio Made W ., In rf I
I. 'i\ :r 1n.: -: .' Modern Test Eqll
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: : !.:t ::; ; ..j; Po
Frcun Foods Staple 1. .. Genuine Part*-Free EstioI .
Dairy Products : ":t.:: !:.. .
r r !Meat I.-1ti.:; : : PHONE 2672 'a

w t?''aj T 411 C\lI TRAIL rteFf It E.-. ; .. f B. & W. Record Playedr'ib
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Dii.< *.J A H I Jl PMt Gitit: >u; H j.' .-; -' rlchrlH..rl.on Portable Public Address fyI '

i.. .' \ n t M OI 1WPH 4 r. rMLARRY'S .1 F.'Lt. tiara !"tf o a.a :'::.,t.y Hr w.trt and Itad. >. I For Rent AC By Da,.. M Ovtn\H% nib l "*lUJ-

i a1V 1t1 i ::. "fa,: .::-. '. '.: VENICE RADIO SERVICE-
9'- =:'I't! t. r: .; '-e :51
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ry t.-' :tJlf L.5S'i... ;.-. ,, L CECIL H. 4".

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WINE :::1if & P": b:,:'-r: t.J ..r
LIQUORS to everything i !


TamloCnl Trail NOKOHli \\ \"lh" 1 .'>. W.w; ::: You Stay at the EL PATIO

y Pt.ne 11:: 1 ., '
\;.tr the Post Office, TheJB .

K -<:rss District: Beach and Golf Court]

When You ** <'''' 0 0
Want A Plumber Bad SPIC AN-O $P.\". ROOMS SPACIOUS Wtfj

Be Sure Dependable That He Is GOOD i Painting Upholstering ,1\ aIE VOL'R RESERVATIONSJ : OIL ",

Contracting Plumbing Repairing Body Repairing

E Full Line Fixture* and Material Electric Welding

VKT r$Water ncrsc Pump roc_toe Pipe- and tmsum Fitting General Auto ind Repair PATIO HOTELVENICE. ,.

r. Ai ,1 JOSSART KIXCAID circs Stancil & Potts i !: W. Venice Are, rtOBJDA FIlII'

Mine 3601 Miami Avenue I JAMES M. '
Venice McCLCRE 70
"' ''.' Florida Tt3 A 8
derg '''' I'' II.r'',,,,,,,,,,..: l I Pbone 2541 Owner I ay to

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80 word6 I cent .&ch addslbbtl

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leM with HAND finished. laun. MAN WANTED to drive Buick Coupeto residential sites In city of Venire NOTICE OF FICTITIOUS NAME
i Jkt J. Fnncie. dry Your cotton piece will look like Wilmington, Delaware. Leaving Venice by If Interested. aunmt you BM.ISTKR
Vaicw lines at Haynooda Hand Laundry soar about April firat. Write Bog A, .-. _tlrata.owner.Address Box .&. Venice Fib The undermined do hereby certify Rental abetthey
colored school In New Town Sarasota Venice Gondolier. eoBductin a Cottage
Good eondi.Q.vm Tel. t..7at Venice ....n.... under the (....
Trail one "" name "'
.. caretaker for home in return for a ..5.... UP PALM HAVEN COTTAGESand
Earl Cottrell Paul Nave Place to live.! Reference furniahed. WriteP. Rat Located Low Priced Good LandIn that said firm ll composed of the
and allows with P-D-41 SEPTIC TANK: CLEANING O. Bog 146. Venice. the State following penwni whoM naraea and places
partitions. are Modern pumping _1- Work ruar ALSO TWO LOW PRICED HOUStS. followsClyde .
tl$$ Fi VaLke Ave.X41 teed. Phone Sawote 7044 ft Venice USED ELECTRIC TRAINS and track.. ass Mr. Kirk 18" ."'". of residence. V. Hegel areas 844, Haibor Drl... Van-
166.. BUM condition and price. Boo It, Venice Bartlett Englewood Office I
1-day and Lday ..lanewatches. Gondolier. Offering II Acres Road Frontage 11,01111. '''Ruth H. Hwel M4 Harbor DrlTfc Ven.l"'o -
GENERAL REPAIRS Law mower too A.reo.t ill.00 per acre on Fla.
X for school on fishing. R. marhins' County Road. r.hiP of Palm Haven Cottages UM
$34 a. Onus, Bsr ota. LOST I follow t #.
Just off Trail near Snug Harbor. P. O. A COMPLETE Clyne V. Hiiiel. S0<%. i I
1 hud Gr- Boo liT LaurelDRIVEWAYS Ruth II Hiiiel, 60%. i
METhrowaa eondlttoe PAIR of White and Browa perforated REAL ESTATE SERVICE It la our intention to apply to the Oer\ I
Inquire Mm. : PUT IN. Mack, fill dirt, shoes M beach houie. Reward offered. Alo <>f the Circuit Court In and for SaniwtaCoiindr
ahell. Concrete, work of mil kind. with folder for traveler checks, end small Sales Rental. Florida to remitter the mid mmmm
CD an111URZ or .n kind. Van.radht miser.. Loui. Aden.n. Phone '411. amount of money lot between the Catholic of PALM HAVEN COTTAGES under tae
Church and Palm Grill. Mr. Cairn Commit the FORT IIYERIIREA and provisions of Chapter 2096S Laws of FtarIdn '
Pan, tat_w. Miami A v. EI Pitk Hotel. Room 11. all of SOUTHWEST FLORIDA Mod- Aria of 1M1.Witnnu .
STRONG. STURDY PLANTS for Florida eat homes to beautiful riverfront estates
hands, this I4lh in .r
PT. tfcgr Craft TN.I*. With elecmfcea our
landneapmf low prioea. Coastal locations Including Improved
February 1946.
arias to*. laMrle refriiera- MELROYS NURSER'L..rel GOPContinued and unimproved tropical islands beach
perssaseat tnnenpriac bed Dan..., Established. J'I31 properties fishing Iud.... business CLYDE: V. HICKf.
a-Wair rat team iiiilili hat plate, Tura mrbt at Laurel fort Office. ( opportunities and Income setups Incltid 'RUTH H. HICK: I
Ml kerosene beater dlahn and kit. from Page One) ln, motor court. trailer ramps hotel. Publish Fi+. 20 Z.. Mar. 4 .11. 1141. \
u n>ella. In .uaUant _dltlon. Price GENERAL HAULING and eontiactlnir. -W. T Dixon Incumbent (D). oper.Unjr ranches, farm and groves .
(. 1. K. Bill Lea el. Phone SH4ASMB4N ,, Lance and small traits of land A
Yard 'i>rk. Muck fill dirt, shell aand
Pete Edge, Phaiw 1011. Sheriff B. D. Pearson, in- complete rental service Send for free Registration of
. RAMOS IIO.M and bp. descriptive folders and map. of thin tropical .
cumbent (D). Ross E.
-III* *SS N had up. New Jkvordi Boyer IDI.
1 ...... V..., sew typewriter Alpha Charles W. Meade (R), J. T. DayD aectlon Voters
I Shop Phone MM. Retired Persons < ). JEFFCOTT REALTY INVESTMENTS LightestIn

- CRCVROU7: ........ Sport Sedan 147 First Street Fort M,.... Florid.
r paID.... A-l ........ Good thra. AIM Tax Collector-Charlie Hager- :Many YearsPresent
NHirnioor riaetllnai Chevrolet, Nrwljd. Urged to File "Everythlnt In Real EoI..."
. Maw....... ,...... tttt. man Incumbent (D).
LED LVMBBR,mob any dooraTTlio: : : ; Security Claims Tax Assessor Glover E. Ash- S registration( figures

al bslMlaJa W to _.... oft VenlciBaaa. by, Incumbent (D). point to the lightest Sarasota
.. P,' L. BayMa Phone Venice
_ Many retired Workers, and widows Clerk of Court-W. A. Wynne WISH YOU HAD county vote for a primary in *

.DIO,$. !Floor ........ All famousa and under-age children of Incumbent . 50' x 159' Building Lots good many years with only 9,830
$$.N 4 M and
4 ... S-Way part" :::.'$60 1ci deceased workers who are entitled County Prosecutor Lamar B. Qroveland Avenue persons registered.The .

r.A $N.N. Carrying Dozier. Incumbent (D).
:10.e -. $4.N. Per. $4 96 to benefits under the OldAgeand expected minimum registration -
\ .... Piano 1100 New
ReVv4 I Constable District 1 L. C. $200.00Paved
rriteraAto ...... Shop. Venice. Survivors Insurance program of 8,000 Is not likely to be
.nw *lr> Selph (D).
( reached unless prospective voters
continue to lose their payments Electricity; Water.
, ,, County Commission, district 1- turn out en mass during the next
according to N. F. Conger, man Fee Simple Deed.
.....'1',. """ ., Otis U Howell incumbent tDJ. three weeks with an April 3
l1/iY.. ISGUCE! ager of the Tampa Office of the R. K. Carruth (D), John L. Houle Purchaser to pay for AbstractIf deadline for registering.
q Social Administration. .
a Security (D). abstract deFiled
n..ri{Iglddler li now Supervisor of registration W.
Conger said a total of 4192.62 County Commission district 3- '
..b..l'l'luandan 1 3nwlU had been lost because of failure W. L. Woodard. incumbent T, Dixon stated that the present
etMI4t 1fs1.. to file claim earlier by per Roland W. Kleupfel
H_ dea..es; be as Mirat sons who tiled claim in his office 1 Baldwin (R). I'I'O. I county registration in years. He

'"'MMLAT ADVERTTSfa over a period of four weeks. VENICE FLORIDA also pointed out that the expiration -
I County Commission, district 6-
t >J llaaaayt NEWS Survey Made date for persons who wished
Oliver Alderman Incumbent l1 ll.., ;;f'I'ClASSIFIED -I to change their party affiliation
I This sum was arrived at. he explained M. Langley Bryant IDI. William
DI;. 54 )Attu: ?"Wednetda WASHINGTON RESIDENTS: I had passed. I .
through a survey madeof B Kersey (D), Oswln Menk (R). VISITING IN VENICE '
ARM-dlliatttad': In getttegMT
all claims taken by the Tampa Two factors If the current light
to". .* ftart.irlll. be appre- office this School Board district 4-Hampton Mrs. Mabel Harrell and Miss registration continues, contribute
< 0 personnel during per-
; A. Moore incumbent (D) Ce-
...... Josephine Collier
of Washington. to the expected light vote in the
lod. Of 192 claims filed, 24 persons
._, t1 \ I cil J. Sharp are guests of Miss
had not filed in time to receive primaries. Normally only 55 to 80
hard (R).
OCH, GUESTS all payments to which they Arlta Graves and Miss Evelyn per cent of the registered voters
School Board district 5-William Baker
,+a 4'O,rr might have been entitled, he said. of the Nestlewood Gift turn out to the polls and secondly

' oiooal Pit Mr*. John J. Neal- And, collectively, they lost payments Coe Incumbent cDI. William Shop. many persons have registered thtt

fe NalUIMt'
: School Board, district 2-Grace ing property In Venice, and mak-
stn fet'I Innis Mr. and These losses occurred Conger general elections In the fall.
L ilia! of Wish- because benefitscan Hall Reach (R). ing: her home here. "I certainlydo
continued no .
like Venice commented Mrs. '
be paid unless application filed. -
''d retired from retroactive BRIDGE PARTY MONDAYA Harrell. "Out of all the beautiful Plumbing Contractor j t
and payments are
V *nd Moylan Is places in Florida I think that
only three months from the bridge and games party will REPAIR SERVICE
l31e' VOfeign Serviceft" Venice is the loveliest, and has
Department. month of making application.The be held Monday, March IS, at 8 the most to offer" that U Modern

Tampa office manager suggested p.m., in the new City Auditorium
See Our Display of
is idtdetn the Cus-
4' that when a worker reaches There will be no admission chargeat GOLF COURSE OPEN TO ALL New and Modern Equipment
i t3 rrgei6ury De-
+ 65 (whether he Intends to work or this party sponsored by the The management of the Venice
;W4Nfton. She Is
retire) he should visit his local Venice-Nokomis Woman's Club Country Club announced that the Shirling
diet lid MM*. The Moy-
' Social Security office and check and everyone will be welcome. golf course is now open to the
(* be enjoying
his benefit rights.Retirement public for use and that a small (LIPTON SIIIRLING)
it lAlgf ,to the Venice viu -
is considered on a Several of Florida's largest oaks greens fee will be charged. This Pocono Drive Trie.

month-to-month basis; even if may be found at Highlands Hammock charge does not Include Clubhouse Nokomls 1U

visit Camp the employee Intends returning to State Park near Sebring. privileges. t "" ## H #lIlnII

work but is temporarily Ill rest- .. II II 1"1111111111I11_ .
elt0 t.tfl4iji'prlngs every 1111I11I11I11I11I111I11I11111111111 .111111 11111 '""'" .tai!

rcaa 0111141; *mps. Ing or unemployed, application

*", '_* should be filed for benefits. Con- Building A New Home?

ger brought out the fact that old-
( 3 fad0: age Insurance Is not "charity." It Remodeling Your Old House?

la Insurance employees have paid RefurnishingA

for[ and belongs to them. House or Room?

SHOP He also pointed out that unemployment -

compensation and old-

BLDG.4at age benefits can be received at

the same time. KING'Sfor

Check Immediately .
He urged that when the wage

thes earner dies, a member of the Complete Selection

family should check immediatelywith of e .1'y

the local Social Security office Householdand

to inquire about benefits.All .

INTERIOR persons are welcome to call

street Conger said, to make any

t tn Tour inquiry concerning this program.He -0- l

rotatePonHnre would prefer that a person "We Feather Your Nest

come la who dots not have a With A Little Down"

claim rather than have one who

New! might be entitled to payments fall

e Color"D to make Inquiry. KING FURNITURE CO.

'lone.M23a. The band taw, Invented InEngland 1Ar sadia. PUNTA GORDA FL MyeJIaaJlWll1LhH"JllllllI' .
I was introduced into this

country In 18$i.fT. '" 11 III II I I II II X11



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and Pageant r erminf
Celebration BNSJ 11
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March 29 30 31.V E. bIO fora:!* of" B'cais ever 200 i IOU cadets< P.TA annourcti
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be =
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cc.c't DsSo-o Mrs V. B Djton
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Ltd '. -' > :6 I'D at. 3l.IJ.II rd -he opc: meet with PincipIt!
la : 4i W.M txyctd to S"Tt to::.;:a-y .f.ar..o taro selee- I
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ti t ajrx! at -*>oi Ca.ie: Ftp- : gift >' cNa.atee : !ht :&J bttn ;:: ::, p.s :; the School Board.
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w the Bad r. C.. Hea d :tar.'
lcal !::' st! t .t"' :ed :: Primary Election. Unless you have registeredsince usseaD.lurch

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t't tKaJsh extar:
''J 1947 it will he for TWB
In .fA.: '- ;aaer. \ August. necessary you
',; tl1/l :: :''rev; parade a;::: be shop
'm.: to register or re-register immediately. New : St.U I a.

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JW dt br :n" a r:':, ': .. .a. I at!
y tett.j a .tft-: ';.: : t :::-.1:): voters must re-register. Dui.unlc
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Dies Ht !:we: E..zibr: :r. .
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tale I fr.: :14.: E": ".:: t<"r '& ,:

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6 made: Lr..ei.abt: for gas Registration

t_ and these r.1':. ':tae a ;t'ti.td. : I
a., ] 01 innes: Tea and pinch
".:a:I be Hnt l d:1-g :h. afrLCCL I
Washington Boulevard Entrance to Court House
for a sr.a:! It* C1rnt1: :
:n chatt cf eorr: racts: ITt: Mrs.
1; ft J B. Scales tI-t.: M:4 .. Erdea-! i SARASOTA
bearer. Mr A. H C'It-5auI'
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41. Fresh Daily FISH SHRIMP OYSTERS Fresh ft

12.0 \
i 35c |1 or BUTTER . 33c VIENNA SAUSAGE. 2 f fit

MORGAN .u.rt ''SPIC' & SPAN . 21c "ESTi, hrCe Bunch ICEBERG ltftl_'

APPLE JUICE , 15c !l CARROTS . 2 for 2St i: LETTUCE . 2 for


1 t ANY BRAD I PICNIC HAMS 49c pet lb. DWClOts PURE I-Lb. I"kr. SLICED ll u
OLEO 39c per lb. We 'Em. PORK MEAT" i .
I ...
J I 48c BACON . _



4 These Prices Good Friday and Saturday, March 12-13 Phone 3681 Md
o.a 1M Trail,

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