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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 25, 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: UF00079934:00111
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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THURSDAY, MARCH 25. 1948 PRICE FIVE CENTS
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LIB": Goes Legion Offers Free GOOD FRIDAY County to Pay Half Cost

: Trip to SarasotaTo
Although store will
remain

IjHjttOneJfiwwJWrftaB RegisterA open, the Venice Nokomis Of Nokomis Public Beach

I Bank will be closed tomorrowIn


)"*'jry;:> I.arly"J.i "registration"special automobile American caravan Legion All observance local churches of Good plan Friday.special On Treasure Island


/Y : ,'111 leave Venice at 1:30 p.m. this services for Easter Sunday

Porc ed to' leave a day ahead of Saturday for the court house In and three will conduct special Leading citizens of the Nokomis area will hold a special meetingat

usdula';! because 'of Inability to Sarasota with free transporta- Good Friday devotional meet-
8 o'clock tonight at Pine Camp Tourist Court to make plans for
alnAthelr, etutomary special Ion being offered to all citizensof Ings.
JaJCMI-wound: 'up Its annual a campaign to raise $2,850 to match a county pledge for the rime
this district who have not yet From 12 noon to 3 p.m. to I

I1ter. %tv1n Venice this morn. eglstered. morrow St. Mark's Episcopal!: amount for purchase of 200 feet of beach on Treasure Island.

r ILIA-headed for' Its northern Church will hold a special George T Devlin, Nokomis
The cars will leave from theold
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tae In Lsodoo, Kj. service. The Venice-Nokomis garage owner, this week received
Chamber of Commerce building Peterson 'Yes'
;>lUohmond, president ; formal notice
at the corner of Tamlaml Methodist Church -service will from the county

n111; ry'Institute, Trail and Venice Avenue promptly be at 7:30 p.m.while the Pepper 'No commissioners that, upon motionof

a..t I .k the last-mln- at 1:30, It was announced by Catholic Church of the Epiphany ,. Commissioner W. L. Woodardof

, ;In; Dten* \ after the'notified Commander Ralph O. Simpson.All will hold an 8 p.m. servIce To UMT QueryThe Laurel, they had agreed to pay

him of ne-half o/ the approximate $5-

t..i\' just-Imposed persons who wish to make 900 cost of the beach frontage,

a trains, because of the trip are asked to be there congressman replied w'th located where the Albee Road
\'bot.J'rite. promptly. Anyone who cannot be an enthusiastic "Yes!." while the
! R Caspersen JoinsIn ends at the Gulf.
at the "take-off" spot, but wouldgo senator cautiously answered.No. .

'cadets early this If they could be picked up County ." Have Option

)rnlnd; erqvctednto: the four elsewhere, are asked to contact That in effect, was the response Devlin said the Nokomis people

rs aliotUd.KMI,'which will be either Dick Rich or B. E. Bowen, Commission RaceWith the locat No-Vel American already have contributed $100,
of the. caravan committee, or Legion post got from telegrams
JtctM te ,cMt lkr trains en which went to obtain a four

JtcI.to'tfndon.: ;and thus the phone 2161 by Saturday noon. a total of 55 candidates ent this week to Congressman J. months' option on the beach

k :pt;wtI!, take about 15 All Must RegisterThe Hardin Peterson of this district property from its owner, Alex
officially seeking office, 15 of
urr;1on ervthan would be the voted and senior Senator Claude Pepper Knight, Bradenton real estate
Legionnaires to
le..tJJl.J: bepeolal, train wentManr'bthers the free transportation sponsor caravan them Republicans one of the hot- of Florida asking their stand man who agreed to sell at only

"*tcyj"; est political campaigns in the history with regard to the Legionfavoreduniversal a little more than he had paid
at their meeting last Monday "
of Sarasota looms miliary training" plan. for It In 1946.
! sill travel north night, after it had been pointed County

th'vthrtr' ; p renU. or friends by out that citizens will not be able this year. Last Saturday was the Ralph Peterson G. wired Simpson Commander definite At tonight's meeting, a fundraising -
iwiItt most the final day for qualifying a
to, Pl Members of in will be
.'' I to vote the coming May primaries pledge that he would continue his committee appointed

>Mst unless they have registered Last-minute entry of.Finn Cas for of UMT, and the campaign to raise the
fight adoption
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'MfMJS.r< faculty. wereesk' at the county court house persen of Venice in the race for Pepper began his reply with: necessary money will be launched
M. Cous- I 1947 when the the Democratic nomination for
since August "The plan before Congress for Immediately
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fternoon at a commissioner from District
new registration law became effective county -
Ln; '.A {the Cousins ho e.,1.MateJ,1 universal military training in "The site Is a natural one for
It required NEW registration 3 was a surprise develop
\ Margaret reality Is one for compulsory a public:: beach," Devlin said. "The
by ALL voters.IIncldentallY ment.
a'L "
Krts'P. L. Abbott as" training. property extends 100 feet south

ustna In serving reName many Venice citizens Caspersen who resigned as city He added: "Compulsory military and 100 feet north of where Alice -

}r who have registered at the councilman following his defeatIn training in other countries Road meets the Gulf. It's only

II city hall here do .not understandthat last fall's mayoralty race here, has not prevented war. Once sucha one mile, over a paved road from

they are qualified to vote will campaign against the incumbent program Is fastened on this the Trail and in time we can develop -

.J only in Venice city elections, and W. L. Woodard of Laurel; country, It will be almost impossible it Into an ideal spot for

l must also register at the court former Commissioner M. Cousinsof to discard It. That Is not beach> and picnic parties.

sidentMWlVeni house if they want to vote In the Venice, and Mary Scott and E. true with respect to selective
Plan Mass Meeting
:'.TV) .t May primaries.) A. Burt of Sarasota, for the Democratic service."

nomination. Pepper also questioned the effectiveness Devlin said that as soon a? the
Registration books close April 3:
,' nmerce will Francis Q. Baldwin and Roland of a UMT army as committee can make preliminary

pie In the new.tEtonlght W. Kluepfel are, seeking the Republican against an army of specialists arrangements, a mass meetingwill

i with nomination for District "particularly In modern warfare, be held to explain all detail

3 county commissioners. which Is bound to be of atomic or the beach project to the pub-
r or KMI: ClippingsBy and biological nature." lic.

\i} octant matters or Justice of Peace However, he told the local Legionnaires .
Among those planning to attend -
; BILL .
1"4 MILLERKMI' Another development attract they could "rest assured
I wpd.k tonight's meeting, in addition -
this morning Ing local Interest is the fact thatan I will continue to fight for to Devlin, are: J. A. John-

," ; of the Venice attempt is being made to revive all these measures that I conclude Leland Fisher Willard
ston. Tay-
'under' consld corps of cadets, along the Justice of the peace oJ-. after careful study and thought.
or, C. H. Obenchaln Sam Vance,
et. with a number of faculty officers, flee In this district. There has are necessary to our defense and
Ed R. J. Martindale
;; left this morning at 7:30: on their safety." Courtoy, ,
been no Justice of the peace here !
:and Wlllard Taylor. Several oth-
uRGE way to respective homes for a since before the war, there seemingly .
ets also have been invited.
_. ; after he had week's spring vacation. Due to having been general airel"ment BAYNARD, SUTER TO
government restrictions on spec
L the county jail that there was no legitimateneed
ATTEND DISTRICT
ial trains, the school forcedto
was
] being charged for the office. Hiram RIde I Coming Events I
from Venice earl-
depart a day ROTARY MEETING
e of a 16 yFar- has filed for the Democratic
er. 22-year-ol ier than they had originally plan nomination, while Gus A. West
ned. Due to the same restriction; President J. T. Blalock of the
of a hlllblll er, also a Venice resident, Is unopposed Thursday March 25
they will also travel on the end Venice-Nokomis Rotary Club announced
J by Venice goon for the Republican nom 12:15: Rotary Club meetsat
p.m. ,
of a regularly scheduled train, Instead today that Robert S.
I a charge or ination. Venice Country Club dining
of on a special, express Baynard and Mayor Louis Suter :i7
a 15-year-ol which they had Intended to take. In the county-wide caincalgn: will represent the local oraaniza-; room t.

and alleged of chief local Interest Is expected to tlon at the first annual conven- 6:30: p.m.. Lions Club meets at

to have oc. -- be centered in the attempt of L. tion of the newly created District I Venice Country Club dining rocm.
h after Asher With this Issue I close the ,,
S. Bullington, former Sarasota 167-C of Rotary International, to
his band a.t last chapter of KMI Friday March 26
ng Clippings by
High School teacher, to unseat be held at Clearwater March 28,
day night. Bill Miller Speaking for the Good Friday. (Bank holiday.) +Yx
Verman Kimbrough, p r e s e n t 29, and 30.Highlights.
cadet corps. I want to thank the county superintendent of public of the conventionwill Special church services. ,,

people of Venice and vicinity for
Instruction. be addresses by Van Churchill Saturday, March 27
[thcR I the many services and courtesies
(Bullington will draw strong of New Kensington, Penna., who 1:30: p.m., No-Vel Post "regis
which they have shown KMI. (Despite
will be present as official tration" leaves from old
caravan
the tax) for myself. Iwould support from this end ot the representative
of Rotary International! Chamber of Commerce Building
RAINFALL like to' say that I hope my readers county, because of Kimbrough'
s HUh Low Incb. unPOPularIty here. In view or and by District Governor Paul for Sarasota.
In the past three years have
d., ... 0.9 his Stine of Orlando.
retained
Kimbrough having
enjoyed my column and stories as Sunday, ;March 28

b..84 64 0.0 much! as I have enjoyed writing presidency 'of the Rlngllng Ar Easter Sunday. 7 am.. sunrise
... 82 67 0.0 WELCOME BACK
them. With regrets I take my School in Sarasota, while hand ;ervlce at Englewood Cemetety.
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.. 85 68 0.0 Betty and Tommy McNeil, who
leave of Venice, In Florida, ling the presumably Xull-tim services.
C...' 89 67 0.0 sunny have been undergoing treatment Special church

i..... 83 61 0.00 I -0 county post, Bullington has madea In a Tampa sanitarium, returnedto i Monday, March 29
Last Saturday evening, the 'K' pledge )o dtvote his full time to Venice this week. They Informed -
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Y.. 86 62 yO.OO 8:00: p.m., Woman's Club games
friends
will be here
..87 .64 0.00 l Club, varsity letterman organ county'work M one of the major for awhile. but they have not made and bridge party at new City Auditorium -

tfjnonth ?; 0.97 (Continued paPage Seven) planks in his platform.) definite plans for the future Public Invited.'jrt. .
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Watson sion of Florida labor relations, CANDIDATEHugh Kaydet Nine Loses For Quick results, use a GONDOLIER
Classified Ad.
and agreed to meet the attorney

4O 1 general in Jacksonville March 29Watsons To Manatee 5 1
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offer had come In response -
tions to a challenge to public Kay-
Last Friday afternoon a
"' debate of labor and racial
ques- 5-1 decision to
det nine dropped a .
al) Richard tions by Cooper, former Sarasota the strong Manatee County baseball '
candidate for
newspaperman. team, playing the game on
opted the of- Previously Cooper had challenged the Bradenton diamond.
Irant, J. Tom but had beenrefused public de- FOR EXPERT SHOE REPAIR Ct T.
A three run rally by the Brad-
the platformpaign bates on Issues Involved in const- enton nine In the last of the fifth Ralph's. Shoe RepairOp SARASOTA

.',' discus- itutional revision by Fuller War- inning broke up a 1-1 tie Brad V*.lc.Bun Aimer Stillon Milchtll Barber Shop
ren and Don McCarty, also guber- 3 kY enton counted first as a Cadet
natorial candidates who favor rewriting wild throw in an attempt to picka

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Refresh Carty as failing to take a public Inning OUT UPGULF

r A QuietBILLIARDS stand on such questions as legis- Gilmore's first of a pair of vic-
lative reapportionment elimination iously hit doubles tied up the
of anti-union provisions, city- game in the top of the fourth
county consolidation, equal rights Bob Ray, star Cadet catcher was TheatreVENICE
.y. TO R'HECLUB
of negjo education, and equal civil forced from the fray In the last of
I 1 rights for women. All these are the fourth because of a split finger -
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QUALIFIES Hugh Me Arthur, Tampa attorney Schaeffer Cadet pitcher who had

Oswln Menk secretary treasurer Is running for the office of allowed but one hit In theflrst four
' otetbe:.1. Most Valuable of Sarasota Town Meeting and a innings, and BradcntO" nicked Week Days:
attorney general Born in Georgia,
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q blows which,
Senator In member of thcSarasota Lions Clubtips him for three safe
1947
,pts. qualified ns a Republican can- but reared In Florida the 40 year coupled wit a walk put the game Matinee

t.1 Riyoia, Can,Trust didate 'for county c mlsloner. old Tampa man began his practice on iceLine Thursday and Sunday, 2 PI\I.
District 5, Mnk served for many -0-
of law In Tampa In 1933 after Score R H E
years with the U. S. Corps of Eng- a Thursday
.:?'1.. (Bill) Stands lr"er. before, retiring to live In few years of teaching school He Is Bradenton ,5 5 0 March 25
< Sarasota. a World War II veteran. KMI .1 5 3 "SINGAPORE"Frrd
tAS GOVERNOR" MacMurray Ava Gardner
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eta tate 1 "'.of.ate t LEWIS E. PURVIS 3r "ALONG Match TRAIL"THE 26-27 OREGON

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ItaU In*food stead you believe in, the Democratic Principle ofa TUPSed. ;Thurs .

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W. A.; (Bill) Shamls younger man a chance for advancement. ; (Iin Technicolor
Maria Monte Rod Cameron
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do not agree with a word ?'ou U'L.but I will defend L."p ,,-tU.JI' a loll I vto

L rir L with my life your right to say it'OLT1RE J + p.lD. Church reel",, toage

Published every Thursday Editorial and business office 313 Mrs ) FIRST BAPTIST
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Venice! ,Arnue Venice Florida P, O, Bell 632. Phone Venice 3131. J Nassau U ._ Cot'Dfje(,
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MEMBER FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION D. C.mpboll r
NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION "fort '
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Entered a. second-class matter June 6, 1946 at the post offici ',. ': pm., 11TH "traceIS .
? at Wn.c. Florida under the Act of March 3, 1879 4 v. tJ T:+0 p.m. E.. 1
Wednesday.
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,. Subscription rates One yr, $2.50; six months, $1.50; three pr.,., "",r.. I
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w' month. 75c. Classified advertising rate 2 cent per ward fir.t 20 OSPREY

:! words; I cent per word for each additional ,,'ordC4BJIOLL 6 Rv. J.
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: ;iku I WILLIAM Editor and Publisher | ; :" : ,

x,:.I HELEN MIILUMS: .. Office :Manager I IJ Evenine meeting""j Nc14, ,'a.prover

J 1I0\\ \RD BKILE1 . Shop Foreman I It $1
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; GOOD LUCK\. IIf I Riviera SI.Lilt and RCH Pal.ntvakb vestal

Dr. i.a.a.. II I 0',,, __
f. v Pries rtarn ......
I tilt tune for Venice bid "K ':4' a m S
( )ile .I : it\ dune to noiu II ..... M. tsdaa

\' : : t the} cadets: faculty and staff of }KentiuksMihtir I'I
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\ :. J IrMihv l 1 .t\jl1:; tor their northern home :;itUnJmi. CHURl Vent,,H A.OF...ra.

"t'ntll k\ toduDespite I lIu. C : !
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,, tioml license ias," etc.e; kn.)\\, Venice; as :i whole! bas --- --- -- I S.Thursday..irr.Friday.. t,,.
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a genuine! warm slot in its heart fur the' kiJetir': I iI I i-... ..........................................................-=...... wnnnm: ,.t'i i


'a their Itthm.: I r..L 1 rf.EHs..1( ; The ]EDITOR: I Itt. VENICE N...M CATH3LIC it TII.FIrnict A.tvj.


t'1"' / \ hi: too, !luru heen a Col.irtul ind nj\a'k'! l ; =__.__.=. .m..mmm..........__ -_. m..:t"!..!!..........__m..._"...._,.. I Rn. C L \'

pin fit \'1111:0'* '.iinter life not lit be l11iss eJ. Not onhbeciti !. Clnmont Dt': tatlve covernmint In rontradist 9 ..m. M.. i

.: 1\ \ll"( hnruemce: and ib friends the *pectacultr ; ,Venice Ordol'r: : met ion to bureaucratic encroach
f Dear Mr \'IJl.am mint t LIeI" upon. and Third

stirrmsr! : "every other
". wily, I' ;:aust' the unilormeJ cadets bring vitality II'eni. ) I for $1.50 for six month 'u. cup three i separate branches in admi fie Scores
Ion to the Gondolier : tratlM' ptifoimance to-wit: ti SlH''esiDramatie ; |

\ .: lift econ'tmic' as well]J as soda! hut because I enjoy reading your panel and t-xicutut, the judicial and the
Icgl. latne. without delegating the ,
of the me keeping up with the mw' around Reel '*\
% jaJ'I! frier i II
tint
hips : spring up.t \enlce When fln
In our case. for instance, we're going to miss usually' let two or thief other fam maintaining the integrity of eachIn
Although she happ
part Ih pictlxe sphtre.
tictilirl; a 1\\" senior Bill Miller\ who for three .ears In llie Fiords read It tnd. a< hope they are to make inter theirhcmes .rd I har" opposed exploitation, I qently during t' a'ton

has hem 'Ilv G liJ.Iulier'1 there. later on.CLIFFORD. monopoly. or political aggrandizement program IT b.t* T
: Bill
correspondent( I under government authority Sarasota Sonia Ten ,
'... intend t" h,':ime e: :a i doctor! like his father, and will lv: I D SMITH for Individual or group gain. I first full solo pi :ran: ,

in k.nlli\re] next: year when K\\I returns \' I I ha\t' a:-o stood out firmly for .losrue last Frii1 f' '--
to
enice, .And 'I! Ft Pierce FIR '
Ire l.nlel prlse. equal opportunity.fair home of Mr' R !S T
--t t3F iut. t a*. ',1', will miss Bill ,Miller\ so other folks will miss I Venice Gondolier competition and the right of Ice

: ,ther uM*. Dear Friend'- u others to work without luMug Until new r

I I t'ioiou.ht' ; ] at..e,' with you : to pay fir the privilege heard only one ar hc
Vn:. "\" \\1.\ hue a i nice hick ee.:tcrlnl coot: : Th > cardinal .j
trip III your north I "o ml: '\ corxlctesca t Me American nt a time. act i' '
trn h- -me. :and v:e hope you'enjll. i :'in- Th Ci/nstitutin of tin pniKipl and will] be given first been impos-Ibl: Ifl", J
] \ being in Venice
:hen ,i State of Flor'da sets forth a< dull plan a' guide s'onn In my admlnlstiation I Terr}"' i\rtl: remotlcnal : ''
# p.tthr t months as t much as Venice has enjo\ea I| |fee rf the Crtini'.'lof r of Atria of the state affairs se

- !'n] in, :. t 'Iii i lu: e. I culutre thot he shall ha\' ilUPl'r.I 1 from the office of Its chief executive ces last f'rtta'Ir.r.
| \1,lon of the State .
PiWcn It I II Ij romm"dab' the-t
'1' I too bid that the Commissioner I I\llll seek immediate reductionof I and wide run
| hat: Pllcvul himself) tu tx saddled got't'r lument costs and decline I Izatlcns Ht

i Do You Have with H many other thin'-'i rather approval of any sort of new taxation comprised e 'k .

.f: lit!I drew an ABSTRACT or : h thru' those ditties imposed upon including sale or transaction Miss Tern am' np .1))
n bv the Cons'Hut'on' of the tax. both cmwlv a! d'art! )
r.cia It I I will end .
, I'b'': ,' INSURANCE seems t ti't! he axor to get our public ovt attract 1\1.1\ ra"c"wills:
on the doe not have the time or ever"y schools on a uniform basis! the utmo.t1 t -.tlo
i !t' property you own? 10 devote
to the m ttfs \'r'l volt" throughout the stiu with respectto a'
y, Iii You will need one or the I cancel ottrton! to in \''ur odltorlal Uachirs pay con of operation Mio5 Terry r'
P.i'C'm. some';me A\od! delay' and all other admini tra'ive mat- her second cterlatlons -:sic t_'t

.tl 1 .. m and talk to u< about A. you know I am nnvalcnln ICI If. liuljd:ns courses curriculum of rat r.111011110
I !I'' jour title <')'1 a platform to nbolHi this "'xn and quilm of Instruction. old Russian p : of..1111.
i t -" ? :,' T .kBS'i'1C'l'STrri.li should Lit governor u\"' a
"p"ra'Q ) O'r ninrtionc : oi Flouda as far as 1 It aM
f'om the off'ce! a"H "iinu, n,* may be possible and aruroprlate, In these skew flier I
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ISSUANCE: f1 t ''n"n'' lnni>, tit d"..-P full ''''1'' tc\\ ard sioiatlon of the Integ- ,,hch she \\1: '

a I dos fo f''mln". r'tr, crew''''e IIHy of state governmmt Its Terry was aU1i11n -1
soy ''3tt 1tt0/a
Abstract Company 1.\ c'"' ta"1: <( Fc-Hi: lI'rlr- I lei''len and 'p 'ndcnce and pieservatlon thos and .
t tt' "'tUrn (lrte,"> I the me ', hr"
Into
s fire enough and ,
oppose
.. to federal tn- IPO't4! ::
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.w -<' ovr nai hu.- croarhments thereupon, AI It hough she ,uric

*t )' of Sarasota "'.""1 kind1norional' regards. Finally. the outstanding ch tractcritic properties e"pIP"lonl and: :o'IUDlI' t'url"s ,

J i am of my administration her facial room
,It Urn ). ll->m..n. Prudmt 'I Sincerely wUI be p.rfoimance rather alone lithe,"
than thli".Ollcr IIuslon.
l Ae''t Ie \"Y ; ,
77' tuTAHIIkHMI "'J1 FHIXirf .Uf\TO' Me'LELLAN0 pleachtnents phllostPhi2'ng' and flrlrnt to crest oIMI
TH E1'Het\6i !I1' and I telling c
JIll. tat fclMH voters how
STREET: and
what to do ;:'
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J Tallahassee. Fla I Ito the field of that which pertains Miss Terry's pronou r
Editor. to my own for tragedy wag most !I
responsibility
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I Dear Sir: I Mates chief executive expressed tn a I1f went the t t

Nor living' h"r"tnfore xtatM J, TOM WATSONvenke pr on Ifate. one and thl: I
Convenient A last group. :
any platform for my campaign; t In her ,111115 t ..
4 4 4 4 4 the Governor c losed with an ?
i race I I
I submit: Englewood. Fla. .
preudo-f'rpnch giyt .
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The Watson campaign will be Gondolier bout a
to ''*" of llvhoo tress,
everything ; tactic No mara I t I Dear Editor: ftc artiJI
the
t1 I thon will be attempted In Its Altogether,
con I Kindly unae'!
1 I give this of
'net letter evening
in the an
matter of noise cla y our spare In us A 115
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I mour and polit'cal! Paper perhaps foal entertalnm<
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When You show Seven i one In acme Iii
Stay at the EL authority audience
PATIO I and one-half years of adminlnra- I ere_!. may lake an In- I enthusiastic
You'reear the Post flora of the Attorney General i of II A her warmly
Office, Theatre, rice, which time Is made up of the conversation I overheard at :
Business I Ere- 'ar. war and Whittaker' Gas Station
District, Beach and Golf post-war days I PlI&srnvers by -
Course. In
loul1ht to be a better means of a car driving

rYl SPIC AND SPAN ROOMS' Identlfvlns' the person conducting south through: Englewood on their way thing about empty rigs
SPACIOUS such IhrO.lI.
LOBBY administration
than pic. ages that were
wes, cards, 1 "Wondrr why the hlR'h""
posters and prom- highway' all along the
MAKE Ises. through th" !!
OUR HESEHVATlOSOW I : pretty place Is so Where Is our Cl1amb
In the I neglected and least
campaign I will compete dirty? merce? They tan
yes.
I t'ftouslfficatiensnto on the bask dirty large I counted eight empt Interest. Years &10.
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Pasteboard Eng
conduct the the cartons on Masonic Club cf
(Governors office. I do not road between, the Post Offlne settled the Rev Scout.
elder political' ballYhoo PwSaeanda and rho ten to the lCouldnt
and dump cleanede
pile lonallv
EL PATIO HoTtt to be any part of such trash Perhaps fallen off trailers as th something of
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romp 'Ition. My Rdm-nUtr-ion was being taken to
he of dump.is the be done ataln1We
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225 attorney reneral office our I
W. \rnlceAte, VENICE: the i A half alll'n.tov
FLORIDA best dozen
proof I
Phone 3572 can offer of the I Were newspaper page the congenial people
character Of dancing:
government In Over the RPmrmbtrhelped
gen road from
} JAMES M. McCLURE oral to whIch I would one side! to the other- nclBhbors
be : wet. the n
THELMA com been or had to fill
Owner H. TRESHER. mitted as a governor. Well pages lying In the little .
As "alA high who deserve a
attorney on the
Manager general I side
have of the ?
recent
sup
brOken : ment onlY
porttd.1"Irst,
constitutional pieces of "ood numbs 'I+
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ernment. gnv or : a r our shoulder again .
without regard 1 to amply hoer tins and >Tlookf
polit Coca
Cola high"
ical] eXpediency Second bottles, evidently and Rive the
represen thrown /
1 Moving cars! .... not to say from any AT1


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{ CUES( tie. Ind., Valencia Apts HOUSE GUESTSDr.
.'' Fishing Industry
J i'I leading play. Winter i Visitors 1 Mrs. Hubert P Collins Colum- and iirt. Av WhItley of St.

r'rs' ;t :Florida com- Rated One ofState's l bia, Conn., Worthington' Apts. Clair Shore, Mich., are house
Colum-
Mr. Harney S. Collins,
!t| exhibition tend guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. 8.
Conn., Worthington Apts.
BiggestFlorida's Beach, .secretary announced -
Harry Bronson 332 Ponce de Leon At"
at the Tarpon the following recent registrations Mr. and Mrs. S. C Dorsey, Rut-
ntq+" "r.afternoon The commercial fishing In- at the Venice-Nokomis lanw, Vt., Sarasota, Florida.

riJi' Unattended' The dustry Is counted among the Chamber of Commerce office: Mrs M. Matthews Enclewcod \
Whllma Brown, DCS Moines, Your"STANDARD
|Were guests of State's most Important natural Mrs. Wayne Burkam, Columbus,

orgd ('(I i;J, ;Tarpon. Center I assets and holds opportunity for Ohio, Venice Bay Trailer Park. Iowa Mr., Valencia and Mrs.Apts.W A. Jacobs, OIL"
I Ralph E. Steiner, Lima, Ohio, ..
n.\'tI.\$Srnjon Center RestraDt"lb'fIitr'f' an extended development of processed Venice Bay Trailer Park. Brooklyn, N. Y., Valencia Apts. Service and

'-: products, the research and James Steven Hogg, Jackwn\
Rolfe Gloucester,
,wit, j Irving W General RepairGuaranteed
V f'fdl I f. Industrial division of the Florida Mass, Pines Hotel. SK. Venice-Myakka Hotel.
.1: Mr. nad Mrs. Samuel Sander, Jobs
f State Chamber of Commerce Hated Mary L. Rolfe, Newtonvllle,
Contractor t Gladwyne, Pa., 717 Boulevard
recently in a weekly business Mass., Pines Hotel.
w3 lxg SERVICE Victor Notch. White Plains, N. Ave.Mr. Zeigler & Sons
review. and MI'S.'I' V Conne, New
thai4* t Y.. Ponce de Leon Ave.
7 !* Modern 4' Approximately 9 0 million Albany, Ind.. Venezia Hotel 2754
Anthony and Nanette Migh- NOKOJ\fJS Phone
"* Be ,Our Display of Geo S. Sloan, New Albany, Ind.,'
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Z pounds of food fish and 22: million arese, Westport, Conn., Valencia
New Md Motjern Equipment i Venezia Hotel.
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'r'-- > pounds of shrimp and related fish Apt.
" "Shirting were taken from Florida waters Barbara and Nancy Lee Migh-

last jear In addition, 12i million arese, Westport, Conn., ValenciaApt. I IN A
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fDFtOJ? SHIRLING) pounds of non-food fish were also
and Mrs. Wm. B. Harne I
Mr
'oepsto Drive :r7l else caught In Florida, according to HURRY
Votavels; Cleveland, Ohio, Del Rio Apts.Mr
> /I. 27554N official state tabulations. and Mrs. R. R. Palmer
r ##>>## Va., Venezia Hotel. Phone 3461If
..a Most of Florida fish Is eaten Madison W.
fresh and reaches the ultimate Mrs. Sam B. Moffett Flint,

consumer either iced or frozen Asa Mich., Cousin, Guest House. No Answer, Call 2955
consequence, the principal fish Mrs. H. M. Comins, Flint, Mich.,
processing activity In the state Is Cousins Guest House.
the preparation of frozen fish and Mr. and Mrs. M. Marx. Asbury VENICE TAXI SERVICE, Inc.
Palk, N. J., Pines Hotel.
filets.
Mr. Louis Silberel and sister, u. DRn'E.1T CARS FOR RENT
NEW FIELD" Cle\'eland. Ohio, Voss Oak Ho ise.
"A relatively new field for Tom Falrne, Louisville Ky.,
Florida, and one presented for exploration Venice Bay Trailer Park.V. .
0 0' N _] Is that of canning and L. Bllmer Memphis, Tenn.,
Venice Bay Trailer Park.
hRll-NDLYShRVICEIn AFRIENDLY
processing specialties. Many typesof Di. Walter M. Stuart, New Cas-
hors d'oeuvres and characteristically -
iG AFMOSPIIIRCPopular
Florida Items woud com-

mand a ready and exclusive market -
F P N 0)1 ; Green turtle soup and periwinkle : Brands: of Beer to Fake Out

soap, both currently cann- SHOESIW

ed, are cases to point. B&BBAR

Florida non-food fish prin-
ftAITDeke's
cipallY menhaden) are valuabl Shoe Repair WE HAVE THE COLDEST BEER IN TOWN
for the manufacture of oils, animal X.il t> Old Flrt Station
feeds and fertilizer. Otnre Art. Colored Section)
30J W, Venice Avenue Opposite Theatre
"' lrnr Streamlined production and
YAr .
:distribution methods, more varied

processing and Statewide conser-
vation methods can Increase and

insure; contlnance of this Important -

-i source of Income to Florida.

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I SOLD! Through a low-tost (:2

cents par word) Gondolier classi-

fled ad.


Guaranteed 1

.' Watch Repairing;

{ .....11 Jewelry RepairingArt
fI'I.o' Colin English Supplies
will fMlWr to Sfltnd voluoblav
Friendly! CourteouiService'
fM1Ino ,hll way aroundVicolluditnted
_; "' '' with the

60110.0141111.{i venspr. H. knows R. Barry, Jeweler
now.. ,_> front the moment
of .his iMUguratittn, h. will be 324 South Orange Ave.
a fuH-fl dJ4l OovcrnortJ" Sarasota
::',Ci,ft Member of the United
COlIn )Matt. .. .. from the Horologlcal Association
rtondpotnf'*f experience and
thorough WwUdg* of stategovanrnutlhll

acquired 2633 -Sarasota- 2529
through '''I'' vn years of Phones
cettlfauoya .....r.I.nc. at a
m.1 list 01 Ina State cabinet
Ambulance
and rtfctf Js pOftant boards

and commissions, during of three theodminlsipf1pns I ServiceDay THE "NIGHT SHIFT" IS ON THE JOBWhen

" rfIOIP a i Js fully qualified or Night
no4r, tat aflsctivefly take over
the' utIet OS Chief Executive Prompt and CourteousROBARTSSHANNON

of'tollrsA; of Florida... When the down
these
sun goes cars stay
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. : r>.... (, ,
.... spar( of Florida, out.,, not merely waiting for trouble, but

wW give the tale Funeral Home looking for it-so you can "rest assured."
Nits some efficIent

IW has given to Equipped with two-way radios, most Florida

'011,111.0 I business \"IIi" Power & Light Company cruisers can f !
I :
lyi'em
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11' \\ 1 be on the job in a jiffy, ready for any ,

emergency. And skilled employees are..' .
tr 4; trained in the latest developments of "

w O O emergency "know how." i
vorel
That's but one of the many reasons ,

Painting UP"tie bocks why your "Sunshine Service"jis

UpholsteringBody so dependable,
An oltrt' efficient otganliollon
Repairing
bade up the front I line" trouble
Electric WeldingAnd trucks day and night _
Skilled load ipaKhtn, power
plant operators, Trouble Dos,
General Auto Repairs polch.... Sub Station Optraton,
*and many. others .r* on an FLOUDJ Powp.LtUT tOlP1U
around tho-clock' schedule .
Stancil & Potts helping leisure Mft, dtpondabll Seel l ,
Sunshine Service for you .nse t' t
Miami AvenuePhone

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........._ ..._ VENICE OON OLIER -- "
oa 1 COPPtRKSTTtE Mr. tnr Mrs. ,
AT W'114
Hernando DeSoto Rides Again Bowlakade ,I Guest at the Copper Kettle In- and Daughter, o>_I
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Venice 1 elude: Stanley Keen inn ..

Women's League .. I r Dr. and Mr*. Vn Vale and L.Witalnjton.Gentry, Jark Del.%3Ir t I
n,1I.
i i; William Van Valey Briar Cliff :

STANDINGS j, Manor N. Y.. Mr. and Mrs. A. L '

IS*! Pines Hotel Ms.21 14 Fin 568,i j Anderson, St Louis. MG< ; Mrs. DependsServic
Lorchmat N.-
Nestlewood 20 14 456Sweet Harold V. Nielsen.
14186 MUll Aten and Mr. and
Shop 7 :' y ; Mrj WE SPEChrysler CLt( ,.
K Club 7 13429 Alts Harold Finoh. Jackson Mich.
Produ
Virrk't Results
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Thursday :March 18Nestle'ood FOR SERVICE.QUICK. RELIABLE CALL NOKOMGARAG
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576 621 561 1758
Pines Hotel 608 643 599 1852 VenicePlumbing
na Qrtim I
> T 1 } 1 v:e Sweet Shop 593 643 649 1885 Shop
14 L K. Club 547 SJ8 563 1638 Box H. Venice Phone 2153, GEORGE T DEr\
4. AtEKAGESCompiled Phone %SlI|'
lk"q(01J .rof
Marjorie: Adorjaii.' --
1'tAk e' (
a4ew ,i i"--
tersl ., League Secretary) -
vxt Sha"t Nest]lew oodKoogler. 437 "Sick Radios Made Well Ls',100
anley Modern 'r
I' Pines 133 Test Equip;....
129 Genuine Part IS,..
Ringo. Pines *-Free
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ti Lanius. Sweet Shop 1 1-9 '.
'r l\ PHONE aVat
2672 ,
) Baker. Sweet Shop 1':5
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ti Surls, K Club I. W. Record PWSetihriMirNnn
11ra 'PMorir
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Adorjan Pines J2l
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':1 I I B(aubien. Nestle*oodKuykendall. l.a Portable Public Address ..
(' IMward Portrr. president of the Bridenloo Saddle Club Pine. U8 118 and For Rent By Day, :\Innlb".,'trr
Williams. NestlewoodCurwood.
i. and h:* fa\orile mount "Sparkle"! display the colorful costumes Sweet Shop U; RrrwstiT K.ctii AC or Batten Opfraw PI
It.nlill' wear for the thiee-day DeSolo Pageant to be held Mar. Wilson./! Pines 115 VENICE RADIO SERVICE([
IS. 21) :31. I'holo was taken beside the eight-ton marker erected Earl. Sweet Sliop! 115 BeOJ
I t t at lIe%(llo Point at the moulh of the Manatee river, near where Davidson K. Cub 119Oraves 131 W. \l'nl..1'enue CEl IL H. CII
1'e 'uta made his famous landing In 1539. The marker mac nl-rorl' NestewoodRichardson. 114
Sweet Shop 11,{
kv the Niilon.il Society ol Colonial! Dames America Harmer NestlewnodJoyncr. 11. ,.:....................##4.-_.................. 1
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r K. Club 109 When You Want A Plumber 5
BaBe
; Jcne*. K. Club 106 :

f EVERY DAY PRICES TO FIT YOUR PURSE Liplnfoot-K Club- -- 103 ,, Sure That He Is GOOD

}, WALLACE'S GROCERY I For Governor : Dependable Plumbing

.. ,r Contracting
; r Repairing ;FillPnr
t' Frozen Foods Staples Dairy Products \\ Full Line Fixtures and Materials

\ : Meats \\ Water Pumps Pipe and Fittings I!
\ IE.T I'S Fir.CRE TOUR JOB
\"i' ESTIMATES R
I' T1)nil TIUIL NORTH OF NOKOMIS ,
:, Daily 8:301.: 8:30: P.M. a JOSSART KINCAID

fui.il.iv 9:00 A.M. 1:00: P.M.: 4:30: P.M. 7:30 P.M.: t r r Phone 3601 Venice, Flos.Masonry :

SIP rs'a/ttra tl",1rtg+aN ,1g J1+1Ml.t,lttltMs to I
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'. SMART SETTING:
FOR TOUR
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ContractorsAnd
LMoTER BONNET: :
:I.' WILL BK (O.II'LETElTIl: YOUR I\

4a?\ :' :1.1,1IUIR STYLE \ General Builders j jI j It

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CharmBeauty I :'Vni Hit, .I'- Rl.a. i

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; Salon H.- IIK: 'ions' Citlt\t'tlki: :07 Put

IKIMI. Ll'C'ILE' Cern rr Mat'adJtn.! ot Si:mil I-H' : 'r' I-MIVUTHS I'MPNLJ j Ja l
tl J :23 n. .
Ii.lmlI'l' I Teach
Phone 2811 nit n; |I".r! a editor
,: and r '!b. .. T, w.a 'heJlji'd.ipnlii .ud (TRWOOD BROS. Chl ad
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;, I : .J.:& A1: .v2iJ'@ 'iJM.v.; .t U. : <|Ju"l!'tied with n ,u\ oft of Ililf. VENICE ENGLEW?
I .J I wlvl, Gray as a u: .:. : |Ie :,?.1 ( .,.
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Wm Penn __ DELICIOUS SANDWICHES J
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fifth ; arils St'Nlrit
$3.20GIN 14 L.t'S1 Elf rr I

A day ,I rt Vat 69, Scotch Whiskey . ,.J.JWhite
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add a bit cf clamor to Dry Martini . . ,$3.9flj
her Easter outfit" r Manhattan $3, 2''p'
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Jots. Will art; SIMMONS (0 PCS OF 4 by 6 SHFFTROI
r Prodi I ( Muted from CONCRETE WORK and trucVinc Louis Brand new Free We.tln hou..i Sewing 11.-
Nokomis. Phone Adorjin Fhon<>V. lc* Z66S At The WORTHINGTON Four Drawer STEEL DRESSERSWith chine. Door. Window, rVMUHj bla.1.
( n Now Being Leased on Mirrors Partition. It..n.bl...S<. Mr. 8u..n_ ..1ZOB
OMAt Old of business Earl Cottrell Paul Nave Yearly BasisINTERESTED Mirror Alone A REAL Worth BARGAIN Entire PriceFOR I I-2 Venice Ave our Ian I'und'ns U,.
city of Venice P.D-Q SEPTIC TANK CLEANING ? Slorc.NtLIBK.
our
uugeeot you a. Modern Pumping cquipmrnt. Work luirtnlmi See the Manager Call Venice 3471
ills,Venice. Fla. Phone Sarasota 7U-S40 or VvnlctS6II and French Angora ..........
( R '99 IMW: tonal truck Good fnmlltl. -
e LrAtk1MT ..n. Good urn. Hirk. Gnome. on Trail one for F..tert Buy the children Gentle a foe boautdwrwhite ....ljr
rabbit very
)f', ,, Es'EIrtTATa GENERAL REPAIRS Lawn mowers, WANTED mile north of N.kimln.INEXIKN8W tl 50 and II.BO .*.h. .Phone t H.
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m.ohl'l' stoves washing
Utin5l1. SERVICEr.41 .... etc Saws nhirpfiwd C A. Lamb m YOUNG MARRIED COUPLE want job :. I.il...> and S-lav stern l 47 SIMMER HOU8K: TRAILER, "-fl.
Just off Trail. near Snug Harbor P. clock piK-k.-t ... wrist watches. .10.,1. Pooh attached S2.-
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( .,; A'y R.I.I. Bon 1ST. Laurrl Just the thing for rhi I or fishing R. Day Trader
_ place to live Reference fumlnhed WriteP. Saw Lout t.II.n'r.
..,<,;v Barry Je..fl , ORT MYERS fctA and O. Rot US Venice Park
aRRgaM .SS'r FLORIDA Mini I STRONG STURDY PLANTS for Florida .
WANTED TO R :NT. Small muse or USED FI'RNITURj' of .n bl"d. VenIce NEW 15ft r.ot.rb..u.h. (..anadiaikbullt -
landscaping low
I) V' fcantltat rlverfn, MUM : price apt from April 1st. Kpamnablc. lion B. Trading foot. 087 W. Miami A",nu.. iHitlwanl In,at. Cedar and oak roi>-
.1 Cearfal location Incln] Impruv MEIROV3 NURSERY, L.u..1E.tabn.h.d .
baiku retail
Venice Gondolier.JOB elr olio. 6ft dok. teal
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!* aa uAntmv.4 tropuml .nd.. beach trailer and
1HS3 USED r.IT'IIIIt'R.' such and doer Also rail and special cover host
pertlnv fishing Iodtr_ business Turn right: at Laurel' Post Office several hull.U" I. bo moved off VeniceAir Johnson motor oum.I..to outfit. C. W.
'eEl!'?+or.oaltlss and Innoree etwn*.. Includ, ------ --- -- Driving cars anywhere. H* e. "', I" lIun... I'hono111.... Brooks, Curwood Cuum" nuliuood. lAa.el'F.'IAL .
motor aonrta, hotel
i trailer rrnnnn
572I rating ranches, facets and trrnve GENERAL HAULING and mnttictlnn Contact Richard Bnrkett, Ma 2615. this ....k. Radlo-TiMe
; For w
I f* ad small trarU of land A Yard ...ork Muck fill dirt shell ...d. Bean's Hotel 6-,1. In linh. All rnHtic thannr Save tat krt
ft NORGE REt'IUCanATOR.
tptac! rental service I Send for freeeriptlve Pete Filue Phone 2012. mood ....nditi.... I'h'no Venire 8261.PLEASE '' 9.95 I7B1I5 .wny ortable ,.....
_. Solders and mape. of this trop- of a cries or parades given every 860.86! S<7. 5-Tulw lind Rectifier lta.ln.f ,
r i5i! soctkoIIPPCQTT KMI two Sundays by the corps: Reviewing 20. niKl,Inyed In our Know window. AlnaaMusic
ClippingsContinue NOTICE! Dpponllo lliwiln. IVia
REALTY: INVESTMENTS Shop
aid IIffralrj I the parade last week were venire" 3n.
Pint Street N Fort M'.... Florida'Everything Misses Diane Richmond and Anne
Is
I ( t from Page One) Thr> Gondolier now
Hodgln daughters of the President -
\1lHCBt( : : In Real Eital: Izatfon, sponsored the school) and Commandant of the published on Thursdays. Instead WOMEN'S CLOTHING

Both the vsu r. and. \J'NUSCAL second dance of the season Music school nnd several friends of the of Frida v'!. Dresses. Sues 18-2tt:

fer the dance which was held In two r'rlsTilesday: New deadlines 'will be as follows Shors S'"e 6". -B '

...'ON'T :: the KMI dining room was furn- : DISPLAY AD\rUTH- Eec Them Sui dav Unr.l1n :

IffffjBaij' WISH!y YOU* HAD Ished by Gus Henry's orchestra. afternoon, a swift ING. 5 p.m. Tursda)',,. NEWS J24 PONCE Ill' 1.10.;

j I BO" x;;159."'Building .Lots During Intermission, cake and Sarasota tank team dropped ITEMS. and ('LA'SSIFIED
t Oroveltnd'. punch was served while a coupleof KMI's swimmers 31 to 26 In a ADS, 5 p.m. Wednesday: ROOFINGRoot )

ODll Avenue talented cadets made with a meet held In the Lido Beach pool. Your co-operation in getting Work of All Kinds

200.00 "am session Outstanding for KMI was Her- copy In on time will be I ALVIN p JONES ,

The cadets dress parade, held, by Havens; Gerstein of Sarasota cia ted. apprl"I I I! Phones: 8uI. 2873 Jlomr 29'U..
last Sunday afternoon was the last took honors for his team. .
Paved QectiicHy: Water.
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Chi'RIC4 .s.nty.55yearb who WILL NOT be eligible to vote in the coming

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LEW lYod years Slness.ago May Primaries unless you have registered\ the

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at one

.d+d/ ; horse Mlakkapartlei ando County Court House since August 1st, 1947.

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II L niece, and registration of all Voters.
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I I'er.ia I Dies e Register TODAY and have a voice in your I
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i wala r *fr portal clerk from ,
rail a IWus Ift vlun interment

ftal* ptaet..; MM.*u, OraJThurman.tt it survived by. LAST DAY TO REGISTER, APRIL 3rd; 1918

a .Jfettr.,Krs.: Bessie CollyerRobertsShannon

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OF SAILSOT.COrTY: C. HAROLD BATE.I,.et.r
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:::; :;.: "i: ::: :'1 INT.I.LOOD \E V 1-afro JIMJd

In announcing my candidacy for Memberof -___ _.._u. _' ..nm.... I -

the Board of County Commissioners from keel

District 3. subject to the May 4 Democratic Building A New Home? leII

Primary Election, allow me to suggest that fort g Remodeling Your Old House? aid

1 l k, t'1.. too lorg the extremely important positions of g Refurnishing ar

County Commissioners have been left to the g A House or Room?

province of "job-seekers." i flu
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If the Democratic party is to retain con g KING'S

trol of the Board of Courty Commissioners, it

would seem to be necessary to place our relianCe -
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more in value than the salary warrants.It 'J ,

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is to be hoped that the qualified votersof
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District 3 will!! take time to attend the rallies 'g I ,, .:- ."; a

i that will be arranged later on, in order to assure I :: i

themselves that they will cast their votes on the I ;;:r. .0 y.

a basis of ability and public welfare.! ] W:. \ J, c f


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