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 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 18, 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 )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 6, 1946)-v. 20, no. 14 (Feb. 17, 1964).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071736
oclc - 01497811
notis - AKR0035
lccn - sn 96027128
System ID: UF00079934:00110
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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Venice City Councilman George
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by pastors of local
arches this Hlge1, who lost two years ago by
week
were high-
:toted by the only one vote, today was reported -
announcement I
x to be on the verge of entering
at I
for the tint time in history,
'the race for county commissionerfrom
"Sunrise Service" will be held
this district.
Encewood on Easter Sunday
Drnlng. lurch 28. Higel. in fact, tied with former
Mayor M. Cousins In the running
Commander A D. Tate, of the for the county Job, but withdrewat
iglewood LeJion post, said the the last minute in an effortto
rvlce will be held at 7 a.m. at "United Venice"
present a
e EngJewood Cemetery gate,
front In the race
u Rev.' George 1*Harper, pair .
of the Xnvlewood Methodist1ur Contacted at noon today. Higel
+chL win officiate Tran admitted he had been urged by
porUon friends to run, but said:
will be provided>: from the I honestly
"As of this minute
.urch.'to.: the cemetery, with
not.
can't say whether I'll run or
Beet scheduled to leave at 6:45: Several friends have urged me to
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do 50, but I just don't k\iow.
This Sunday' Palm Sunday right now If you must quote me.
a Rt Rev. John D. Wing D.D., j okay: say I'll run If I possibly can
hop V Booth Florida, will bo see my way clear to do so." -
the ll .Jn. add I p.m. services Only other candidate In the
I St.Marks KOUCOSMU Church, it"SZK01 the last time this season, race for the county commissionerjob
." by Dr Leonard so far In addition to the Incumbent -
the Kentucky Military Institute
..Stnfkw, rector. AN EVEN BREAK: W L Woodard of Laurel -
cadets will
hold dress
paradeIn
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to the
At' lost
the ireolng wrvice. Dr. Is Cousins, who
line"wll 1 administer confirmation the park opposite the school Laurel man two years ago.
id palm erosMs win be dlspensI this sunday afternoon at 3:15.: So far as we know, no member of the Venice City Meanwhile friends of Ben
at both Col. C B, commercial fish-
Richmond
strnce presidentof Dunn Nokomis
Council was a member of the armed forces the
DuHn(iHo& Week. Holy Com- the school announces that the during erman, were reported as still urg-
union,*srrtoe. bill be held' each corps will leave for Lyndon Ky., last war. ing him to enter the contest.
ornmt, 14;to;a JB.. until Good via special train March 26. Dunn, previously rated as a leading -
rtdar,.,.On. that day, a three- on contender for the county commissioner
:ur 4e* UMiI.,service will be The above photo, by Crawford, That may explain partially-but only partially- post last week formally -
lid rrasfl.B'ppoo to 3 p m. shows the cadets at one of their their stand with regard to requiring the No-Vel American withdrew, declaring pressure precludehis of
,The*: vas Harper announced reviews this spring business affairs would
i VfentcMNokomls. Methodist Legion post to put up a $300 cash bond to insure satisfactory running for the lob

till fA,- following' ,Week" schedule' KMI Senior completion of the post's new, building on East Woman's Club to

Pata Bund11.00
a.m. 'Pop- Venice Avenue.
jar' AoclaJt). eternal Victory":, Wins Pepsi-Cola Week
M ;i'Mh,t:4Th e,s Parables of Hold Party
1aUI." '11'\,.',$. /.uf" .. School Award The council agreed with City Supervisor Guy Cur-

I RS.7yltie"Qp.m."Cross.," Simon, wood that such a bond should be required, despite the From MondayAnother

I m., Joseph ofltvoid George Manney Galther, 17, Legion's understandable contention that if it posted such evening of games and
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Seeker a senior at Kentucky Military Institute -
;a t0 p.m.,' 'Two today was Informed that a cash bond, its treasury would be so depleted that it entertainment evening.will March be 29 staged at 8

!i. Doubt -A he had been chosen from among would have a hard time finishing up the building. Monday p m. in the new city hall by the

1i t' ..1I.m., "Judu. 46,112 high school students to wina Venlce-Nokonils Woman's Club.
The e1F f.' The Lords Pepsi-Cola. College Entrance We have no quarrel with the city's general positionin with Vernon Admission Beattie will calling be free the It

; {"The Words tanking Award. George students was one In of Kentucky 15 top- this matter-no one, not even the Legion, should be was games announced by Mrs. Helen club'spublicity B.

VIA ". "lm, 9:00 p.m.. who were finalists for the 121 allowed to move surplus Army barracks buildings into Duncan committee chairman of the

tie, i.'r9U be open fore Four-Year College Scholarships Venice without giving some definite assurance that workto The committee In charge of tM
and Prayer being offered by the Pepsi-Cola games H composed of: Mrs.
dr1 t the people Scholarship Board this year andas make them conform to our building code will be completed Charles McO Roberts: Mrs. Louis
tot time and a runner-up he will receive $50 Slegel Mrs. Vincent Dixon and
kuaf prayer at the when he enters college In the fall. Mrs. Q H. Cunningham.

Kass 't1.vll :00 a m.'Ictory" .. had The won announcement an award In that this George$330- What we do object to, however, is the city's sudden DIES NOKOMIS:
t,"\ : 7:30 000 nation-wide H. A. Hinkley. 73, long-time
scholarship
of Jesus"by com- decision that the veterans should be the first to post such Nokomls died at his
petition was sent to N C. Hodgin, "e"ident of
. wed the Headmaster of Kentucky Military a bond. Private individuals, a church, the city itself, hems there early! this morning.
Week Is listed Is survived by his wife, Mrs.H.
Institute, by John M Stalnaker, He
. director of the Pepsi-Cola Schol- all brought such buildings into the city limits and went A Hinklpy and daughter, WU-
Parker; In arship Board Hodsln said that about ma, both of Nnkimls, and three
rden" fromarranged George was one of 575 studentsIn remodeling them, without having to post a bond. so'is, Edward. Hubert and Warren -
Th li, by the United States to receive Their word of "honest intention" was enough. It would Funeral arrangements are
lo"y City' by the College Entrance Award and being made by Thacker and Van
Eve-"Clod that he had participated In the seem the similar "honest intention" of the veterans could Glider of Sarasota, pending arrival -
; competition with 700 other Ken- of two sons from Chicago. .'.
be given the -
Btatner.. "OpenTemple" tucky students from 233 public, same sympathetic consideration \'
frt bye private and parochial schools b
if Is Oer" by Lyndon's winner Is the son of Yet when a member of the Legion post raised the I Coming Events |

., Galther Mr and of Monte Mrs Roscoe Camerun Bradley 214 of point at last Tuesday night's council meeting that no such .i'

...1 Ryan Mexico, D F, Mexico George has : bond had been required by the city when a local church :Thursday, March 18 .
I I been on the staff of both school !
frt lent ofClub papers and is associate editor for I brought in an Army building under similar circumstances, 8 p.m.at, Community home of Service Mrs. H.Clubmeets L.:

I I| on the the KMI honor Yearbook.roll for He three has years been I the council airily dismissed it with an: "Oh, that's dif- Mundy at :t- .,
- 6 30 Lions Club meets
: p m.
ferent.
and has received a Distlngulsed
a Military Bar, He Is a member of I Venice Country Club.
,11 was elected HI-Y and the varsity tennis team. Friday. !March 19
non Bay Wo- I George has always lived in Mex- : Why? 2:30: p.m., Lemon Bay Woman'sClub
lewood at the ico and believes that radlo-Jour- meets. Woman's Clubhouse,
- t organization I nalism would be Interesting lifework Do you mean, gentlemen of the council, that you Englewood.
g was named His father has recently returned I Sunday. March 21
Bt; Mr, Flor- from the Armed Services are willing to accept an unofficial assurance from a 3:15 P-rn. final dress parade of .

, I vicepresident.tethird and reopened his law office. church, but want veterans who gave a part of their lives, KMI cadets. In park In front of '
vice Three other outstanding seniorsof school.
Kentucky Military Institute in your service, to post CASH ? I Monday March 22
elected were: were elected by tbelr classmatesto 8:30: p.m., American Legion
recording sec- try for the Pepsi-Cola scholarships It would seem so. And THAT is the attitude to No-Vel post meets. at Legion's
irard Bartholo- Hodgln said They were Venice Air Base clubhouse,
k Hntr secretary, J. Howard Wocdford. Jr, Charles which we object. We think the veteran is entitled to at Tuesday March 24 t
stedo, trea- Henry Nicholson, and Robert Gill-j I 8 p.m., W.S.C.s, meets at Meth-
least "an break.
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S 18 INJURED Community Service ARRESTED At. the regular DELEGATE monthly mes igs

re I Clyde V. Higel. Venice contrctor .I the Bishops Committee .f ftt
!AA HUNTING ACCIDENTS Club Will Hold !last Tuesday night was ifrtSt-_ Mark's EpUccpal Church CW

ed by Night Officer Herb 'Ii in-, week S Jams Adams vaa dart
Nine persons were killed and 18 Injured In Meeting TonightThe
Jr., "driving while In- ed to represent that body ft Meannwaeoventlon
II Ing the 1947-41 season. Director Ben C. Mor- chey on a
Fresh Water Fish Commission, disclosed. this I Service ''toxicated" charge He was released of the name
LK, Community Club on his Own recognUance apd ''of seutbprn.ftorlda, to be held A ,
' meeting at
monthly
will hold Its
five were I Is due to before Mayor ;nfMBl'JBeachi, during the wads .T
appear
,; the home of Mrs. tt L Mundy on
from
tit ,-, a rattlesnake bite; and three were: Venezia Parkway at t'. p.m. Louis Suter on March 29. 'April 1%. 1
311 shot. Seventeen of the IS Injuries .
March 18.
Thursday
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"i tTiCtOr said. Six of the Injured nlmrods. Speaker for the evening will be
!.: .' VICE he added, were mistakenly fired Miss Ellen Fulton who Is a poetof EVERY DAY PRICES'TO FIT YOUR PURSE
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on by other hunters. note publisher and lecturer.
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Miss Fulton's subject for the evening WALLACE'S GROCERY
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tll1 of will be "Poetry" She will

...aNs. ,I"*'..'8 *!oders' !-,'.qulpmentk child W.,J and Henderson Arthur Rawlings his wife all and of read several poems among them Frozen Foods ,Staples Dairy Product i
being "Clam Digger and Straw-
: i. Hing Tampa who drowned when their Meats I
berry Sequence"ThlrUenyearold
..'I 'ii' : boat capsized In Lake Tiger;
- TAM1AMI TRAIL NORTH OF NOKOM I
If"BDwNGI
; James Hammond of Winter
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lI'ele.t Haven. who drowned when his
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it.d mee; : shotgun accidentally dischargedafter I
CI: he leaned it against a log;
Alfred Sweat. Jr., of Bellevlew
3 : who died after being struck by a I
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Privilege to Live hi Florida SPECIALS THIS WEEK
' bullet fired by a companion;
3: A Distinction to LIT in Venice Meeker Collins 15 St. Augustine -
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who was accidentally shot bya
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5th Wm. Penn
Whiskey $3.25
North River In St. Johns county; .
Kirby Huff st. Petereburg busIness -
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:Ra; When the Ttmiemi Trail Meets the Open Calf struck by a six-foot rattlesnake
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LETTERSTo V1.NKI.NCKOIIIS is 11
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Four able Senator speakers A met O on McAr-the The c..:;,loiH-: -.j
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thur of fernandina and S. Lloyd EDITOREnglewood., II La. ldo'nins, gram M.

Pastille, publisher of the Polk. t tae: p.m.p.a., Youth Evening TarI' "sryM

Count Democrat of Bartow', .. WtclD..4.,. tAr aret,
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Senator
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speaking for a sales tax Fla. Ell.1.....
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T7 i with word but I will defend Walter W Rose Orlando 1' a.mLmpp. 8"40' 80..
r "I do not agree a you say'' I Editor, sup,
, tjss 'i with my lift your right to say it.' -.-VOLr\lRE realtor and Dallas L. Hosteller Venice Gondolier I p... Church strolls

>i Published every Thursday Editorial and business office 313 West executive secretary of the Florida' Dear SirThere : FIRST s
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IJ, 'Veaiee Awnueenlcc. Florid P. O. Bt O!. Phone Venice 3131. Retailers Association opposing. killer loose in Englewood Nassau
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With one gubernatorial aspirant I VM'.I A... .
y MEMBER FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION He has already made away y00
and four others D. Campbell Leer
G NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION on the panel .with several old residents and the GG.Its1
.t Senator W. A. 11 Rh1e na,,
'In the audience :::
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a, Entered *l tccond'... matttr Jim 6, I94C at the poll office of Gainesville Ful- police do not dare go after hta I 11:II pm DTI I.' sells' '
Shands "
.I V .i... Florida, under the Act of Mirth 3, 1879.S"blcriplion Bill)) of Jacksonville Native Floridians are so tall t:10 p.in. &...... ...... ";
ler Warren attorney Wtdi...d.r "'
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; rtii On year, $2.50; six month. $1.SO) tkrt* Dan \lcCart grower of Ft. and strong that he had an accomplice prayer .twice la. lOt."

I II, ,. Mtl b.. 7S,. Classified advertising rater 2 emit Per word. first 20 Pierce, and Attorney General Tom help to slay them As at U- ..=.

words; I cent per wordfer. each additional word. sales tax made itself dice there was provocation. Dur- OSPREY BAPTIST tag m
Watson, the Raw. JW., 9'
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S the ing a high wind the natives threw .... r.
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hot topic It Sunday UiMorales
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recognized a art.d
(MUUHXII. \\ILLIAMS1IXLKN Editor and Publisher 'I a dead branch at his house and service I tll II: ..
WILLUMS Office Manager coming campaign aweains aerviee: wNaa.m '.
broke some shingles. .
HOWARD BRILET .". Shop Foreman Take Your ChoiceIt and killed prayer meeting ........
So he seized an axe -
W E. "Sarie" BOWES Advert was a case of pay your money ST. MARKS 01 IOU
every native that appeared on nil tplxaa ommCHvaCN
and take your choice and both 0..i
place. It took only a few minutesto Riviera. SI. "d "analDr.
and ?
that set the au- "
i; t. sides made points fell them in their tracks, but Leonard Yo' I hartaalui.
"TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY"Bf 1 1i dience to th'nking! Opinions expressed the rings show that It took more .?neat I. can,. ..oGe
( after the discussion were 1.41 l n Sundae Sraas i rating i iII
,\ RUSSELL! RAY than a hundred Years for these am Mo'BlBf .evils we Mid
varied, and no poll was taken and .- ,.! *. r
pine trees to gro .
no effort made to determine CHURCH OF CI"'ilSSEi
The much discussed Kales tax which H bound to be an Issue ;ntht' D. W LEWISMEETING (
which side won the debate Venice A....
comics gubernatorial election: was the principal! topic of dlSnwJOD for i --- ... c, t', j,,.r... I.:I..P'CO'I'a. '
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at the recent State Chamber of Commerce conference heldat Frisbie led off with a : DELAYED
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System / 10 LID Sunday I h... Tint
M. Pt ersburg. the present tax
relief from 11 i.ID Riots tint
Scheduled to discuss proposalsfor
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I Recognizing the question at one which discriminates! against! TA'' PID Prrar'mrThur.dy. arm

tf keen public Interest the Stale I board where both proponents and certain groups and Industries. He construction of a public health Servke.Friday., r r 0. jolt BotIt tII
center In Sarasota Robert O. Car- ,.,
Chamber their pre. Mr.ft
provided a sounding opponents might express attacked excise taxes such as e
ter supervisor of the planning
those on gasoline, liquor, cigarettes I VENICE CATHOLIC 0ONHN.wi

f etc. pointing out that such- .1 Tempt !.. *

j : L. N. Shirling taxes penalized some forms of( Vtnlci S0'It" :
able, because of Illness, to appear I, C. L. &1.1"... t,
.. business while others escaped. C
ltd, Max.BRING.
'. before the Beard of County Commissioners
P L U.M B Senator McArthur said that too
F N G I la& Monday Dr W, L. --------- -
-a politicians considered the
many Wright county health head, said LN 1011FILMS
best tax "Is one that will| pick the
AH Kinj of Repairs Estim.lt furnish he would appear at the next commission PaTel
feathers from the with
most goose
I meeting. April 5, For
f' Complete! t I Line of the least squawk' He staled i i Rapid Photo-Finish! V 'J 1

"The reason Florida does not have I I I develop her natural resources and S61eir''
Fixtures Pipes Water Pumps ana Fittings Alpha Music
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a sales tax Is because of the division not discourage private enterprise 1
Venice Fhw
Englewood of opinion in the pro sales fay Plenty Now
Phone 3395 :::'III.I.lII.HHHIMConyenient
Y tax school of thought One segment Answering the argument of pro-

has been sponsoring largely : ponents that a sales tax would dset r-' 4

tf under cover a sales tax purelY ; enable the state to realize much r

as additional revenue, the other Increased revenue" from tourists,

; II wants It as a replacement" he contended that tourists and

.Antl. ale -taxers," he continued : visitors are paYing plenty now
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I have based their arguments and one of the strong appeals

a ainn this tax almost entirely that Florida can offer Is the fact -

I the! faNe claim that It is an that we do not impose a general to Dod

air tax on the poor I chal- sales tax.POlnllng. gad.a .

lf :se that contention" out that It Is politically m_N

Opposes Sales Tax impossible to repeal a tax already EASTER

Hosteller on the opposing side on the statute books. he EGG-ST R'1' :

cited the Governors Tax Committee said a sales tax: would] never replace EXTRA'' PLC''

tep.it of March 1947 the property tax and, if lm- ABOUT 17 P.L

which appealed for no new taxes jxed, would simply be an addi- -A beau: .al ument

"Is It fair" he ask d, "to Ignore tional and unnecessary tax bur- of Easter ris

,:", .PUD POLITICAL .\ )\,( ;tMENTl: \ the Commltfe SU\1Re.t'om\ tha den on a people already heavily now or v d'p1.eawaltlne rapaI !

--- the state should not embark upon burdened at Knowles.

\ a program of state controlled, Terming the sales tax regressive fall to e our a

sc Lawns Maintained and I municipality shared taxes until and bearing more heavily on standing at 'ayofFto

every other possible solution ha the poor man than the rich he pleas eV:cto
L Property Cared For and In a pace
t been tried and In no event until said the cost of collecting sucha suit every 'L'a ,

? .1 During Your Absence the problems and consequences of tax Is an unfair burden on merchants

such a program have been care and If tokens are used
KNOWIDJEWELERS
Cle' LpondenceCLL'AKING fully explored in the light of adequate they would be a nuisance to the

data and surveys" public and would result In reduced -

Lea\DSCAPING, DILI.L>OIGC. j Senator Rose also an opponent I sales lower standards of II v- Post Office AM*
"tl I deplored Ing, more
extravagant state spending unemployment and encourage

HAROLD BATES "The cost of government in out of state purchases

; I Florida," he said, "Is out of all : and irritate shopper
i ENGILWOOD \ENICE; 3390 i.
proportion to the Income of the I I The State Chamber deserves

people who pay the tax To continue much credit for bringing the sub-
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4 I| such a policy can only lead Ject I to public attention

Sick Radios Made Well In Venice" to economic chaos 'I!II tdr AI}

Modern Test Equipment I Citing the large Increases In

Genuine Parts-Free Estimates government costs ,in the past decade

PHONE 2672B. he declared, "This should be
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& W. Record Players sufficient to convince anyone
that we cannot afford to levy a to

sec 11..1H'"r1son' Portable Public Address System sales tax at this time without In- everythings
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C and For Rent By Day, :Month or Week Jury to our economic welfare"
Bre.evter Radios AC or Battery Operated He conte,<'t'<\ tha such a tax
When PVIIQou're
You the EL
Stay at
VENICE RADIO SERVICE would retard the flow of investment .

:251 W Venice Avenue capital maintaining that sear the Post Office, Tlieatn,
CECIL H. GRIEVE Florida needs a cons'ructu program -
} : e designed to and Business District Beach and Golf Course
promote
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Be Sure That He Is GOOD -0-PAINTING MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS 10x'I


t Dependable Plumbing We Spray Paint to lour

Contracting Individual Taste I
Repairing I
Full Line Fixtures and Materials -0-
Have Your Lawn
Furniture
t Water Pump Pipe and Fittings Spray Painted Now! EL hATIOrjOTrL

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ESTIMATES CHEN "We Have The Color" zzs W. Venice Aye. >VENICE fLOBlDA ,.,.. iI
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I Phone 3601 Venice Florida TamUml Trail Next phone JAMES M. McCLURE THKLMA Ha

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II 'VOR SALE BUSINESS PERSONALS WANTED FOR SALE FOR SALE

K ON .1 bushes.in' MAN WANTED to drive Buick Coupe BOAT. 11'.". with f -..... wren.k
to Delaware. 'II DODGE panel truck. Good con.ll. _
city of Venice Wllmlnrton. Leaving Venlo orerhauled. Price *
CONCRETE Recently
soft-t you in.Ie. WORK and trucklnn. Louis about April-first. Writ Box A. c. ,tlon. Good tiree Hlrk'i Grove on Trail Onetoile motor.frank Pi"tend, Englewood.FULL .
VendFla, Aoorj.n. Phone Venice M65. Venice Gondolier. north of Nokomis.INEXPENSIVE .

YOUNG MARRIED COUPLE alarm SIZE kerosene rung*. IS. l-
WANT THAT NEW want Job 1-dar and S-day
OMB LOOK
ACRES Well do
Ati XI6ribISS .l caretakers for horn In return fur a clorlu, pocket watches wrist watchm. refrigerator. 190. A l-burner etertri at--%
yr Four n.hcmmlnt. M... Jennie CtH-n.ult, place to live. Reference furnl.hfd. Writ Just the thing for school or fiihlni. K. '3. New electric rooster, |10. All is aural
I.eslsd-ftHtoMMiGood Land 100. Myrtle Av*., ....... Venice 1163!. P. O. Boa 141. Venice.USED harry Jeweler." 124 S. Orange, Sarasota.USED Working "...,. Walter Roberta. -iauta -
Key, ):........00<1. Fla
.SO LOW PRICED HOU8K3.r. ELECTRIC TRAINS and track.
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t X Kirk, BEAUTIFULLY FURNITURE or .n kind Van.W
manager.SMlee.sed HAND finished I.u.,
State
condition and Box
Venice
. -> Office drir. Vow cotton places will look like. Gondolier.KMINetmen. price. 13. Trading 1'..... K3T W. Miami Avon. FOB RENT
j"rra 'II Aaree Road Frontage !1,606. linen at H>yiraod> Hind Laundry nnrrolorrd I
a $06 AIM onf'e. school In New Tows. S....".. '41 CHEVROLET -dour Sport Sed.. II
+ .. Cant1 And. Tel. 1S. Vmlc phone 2519. Newly painted A-l .h.".,. Good tire*. AIM I
41 rour-donr Fk-etllne Chevrolet Newly APARTMENTS at the Worthington wi
s painted New tire.. Phone 2964. now, be leased on yearly b.... If ecsu .-
CIt) <* wriaTE Earl Cottrell pu| N,,, I hy 1 Defeat FMA .. ,. ....
BaUt r-D-Q SEPTIC TANK CLEANING: USED LUMBER. .h and .01. A. .
, B8TAT1 SERVICE ModM-a Durarln.oquP., ...... Work n.... earrral IralMino to be moved off Venice LOVELY NEW '
I?er .' Rentals 160L.ntoocL Phone Soraoot. 7."4
-lad KM PORT WTKRa AREA and team from Florida Military Aca- April I. Call Venice 1761.

of SOUTHWEST FLORIDA Mod- GENERAL REPAIRS Lawn demy here yesterday afternoon RADIO., floor ..mpl .. All famuuinakem I II
Cji.hMaea to .kaauttfnl... rieerf rant xtataa lowing niirhiM, itom withli.", m.01.. 8-0 Crigger and Gilmore in the R.... 19\H-.tlo and '30. AlphoMusic
Coastal .tIoa. lacladin Shop.TRADEDIN
Impro chins. etc Saws ihtrprnrd C. A. tomb doubles for KMI blanked Haber
*,=.rakunread., ffcalac ,ladna.tropical.Islands. bailnea.StartMUlea beach. put Box off 117.Trail Laurel near Snug Harbor ". O. and Nord 6-0. 6-0. Marlowe of RADIOS 110 and up. ROOFINGRoof
and .Income,ootu,,". Inelud.t KMI also pulled a blank defeated Floor modcta 1.25 and up. Carrying c.iw Work of All Kinds
teeter d.srte. trailer camp. hotel. fiO cent and up. New typewriter.. Piano
. ratios ranch.*., tarns and rrovea STRONG. STURDY PLANTS fur Flur. Capp of FMA. 6-0 '100. Alpha Mwlc, Shop. I ALVIN P. JONES
. we.... small tracts of land A Ida landscaping" low frhtt.MELROY'S Next Wednesday. the Soldiers
'plots rental -.IN Send for tree' NURIlEII%. Laurel will meet Jesuit High of Tampaon SIMMONS 4-drawrr steel dressers with Phonon: Bus. 2873 Home 2981
,(C..lpI.!.* .towers and lump of thl. trap- E.Ubli.hed 1981 Sarasota courts. Jesuit last till....... Mirror alone worth prier .,k.... ,
. meeting.1IFFCOTT, Tarn right at Laurel Post Off,.*. week defeated KMI. the first For a real hantaln. phone Venice J471.
REALTY INVESTMENTS -- time the Soldier netmen had
NORGK RE'RIG.RATIIR. 6-foot. In
Flat Besot Fort ..,..... Florida Yard GENERAL..,.rlu Murk HAULING, fill dirt.and .hell.contracting.and.. dropped a match since 1941. good condition.'hone Venire 1264.
Pete EMm. Phone tflll. KMI FMA
"...rTt lir ta Real E.i.t."
Owatney 4-6. 84.5 Haber
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*Roth 68 USUAL w4 UNUSUAL LOST : Pedley 6-2 6-8. 6-0 Malllus FOR QUICK, RELIABLE
I Gaither 81. 6-4 Baxter SERVICE CALL


ON'J'tt WISH,f r YOU I HAD j.....PAIR.. at brach of White home and toward Brown offered perforated A IM I- Terry Miller Kurfees S. 6-4 6-3.6-0.6-4 6-8 6-4 6-2 Bubleman Orlder Nord VenicePlumbing 1 1.I WAITDeke's Shoe Repair

folder for
50' :x I5!' Building Lots amount of money traveler lust between iheelu and the CathI small. Marlowe 6-0 6-0 Clapp ShopBox I Next t. Old Fire Fiction.
I. Church and Palm Crigger and Gilmore. Venice. A.e, Colnred 110<'11. >
omeJan I' Avenue I J'te ... Grill. Mr. (alroa. 6-0. 6-0. 14. Venice Phone 2153
M Patta .1. Kooia II. Harber and Nord.

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