Venice gondolier
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079934/00114
 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: April 15, 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: UF00079934:00114
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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ullingtonWOW' i All residents of Venice and Nokomis are asked to contribute their! Here to Inoculate

old newspapers and magazines to the local Cub Scouts who will stage i ,i :

a waste paper drive this Saturday April 17, between 1 and 3 pm. \,.
Dogs April 16 and 17
Proceeds will be used for the Cubs building fund .

[WhISpered rumors that Lfon S. I .. Jack Wilkinson, cubmaster, ask everyone wishing to help! to put I.

: former Sarasota High their newspapers on the curb in Dogs can be Inoculated next Saturday at the local Health Clinic! ti 1 '
front of their home before 1 p m \entce However, In case your paper on East Venice Avenue. ?
iool) teacher is not l legally qual-! Saturday."Trucks, I
W become county superin 1 I has not been picked up by I That announcement was made yesterday by Councilman Smyth 'j f

'rnt> of schools, even If elect- will make the rounds 3:30: pm. we would appreciate ill I I Brohard. who has heartily agreed with Col V B. Dixon, war-time t rcommander

May 4 were scotched this weekA' Saturda afternoon to pick up very much if you would" call Ven- of Venice Air Base, that Inoculation of dog is a prime t I .

) piles of newspapers and magazines ice 2042 at that time," necessity. Dr C. L. Butler of Saraota -
A Ujnne, clerk of the clr-
I spotted: along the curbs Only clean newspapers and will be rrre.

l court.reply o a query from Th I Wilkinson said. We will try to :' magazines, preferably tied In bun- THIS IS UNUSUAL! THE I I Caspersen Warns

pick up everything before 3 p.m. din can be u<>cd. Wilkinson addi I
lipr, Wvnne stated Bulling- j VENICE GONDOLIER FEELS SO RepublicansGetting
Saturday, both in Nokomis and. ed I
U technically qualified and I i I STRONGLY ABOUT THIS "DOGINOCtLATIOV' I

filed proof of his qualification I !
MATTER THAT StrongerAn 3
office I
Wiune) pointed out that Bulljrton earnest warning to his fellow
'i name wIII appear on the !II Democrats that the new resurgence tL a.
Wot and that such would not STRICT ENFORCEMENT OF of Republican participation -
he I The Junior-Senior Class of the Venice-Nokomis High School pre- THE ORDINANCE.
dace unless waa qualified I In local politics presages an
sented "OUR TOWN" a drama 1 b i'>' Thornton Wilder, last Thursday i p
kdrr the net state school law. Honestly 1 folks. \\Ioe saw" a child end to the generations of auto-

Both the clerk of the circuit and Friday: nights at the school i luditorlum I die, in writhing, terrible agony, matic Democratic political con- 0

Jut, acting as clerk for thetut Under the superb direction of Mrs. Pearl Plummer. class sponsor from rabies once upon a time. trol in the South was voiced this / y
the three-act production was give!i to good audiences both nights I Ii will I W, former I '
of county commissioners. 1 Consequent, we \ do all we' week by Finn Caspersen.

the commissioners them LEADING ROLEIn can to eliminate this dread disease Venice city councilman whois i.

Its. lould be subject to prose- the leading role, playing the I a candidate for the Democratic
ttra if I e permitted an unallfied Part of stage manager, was Edward ;j BeachI I PLEASE! Take your dog to the I nomination for county commis- '

candidates name to re i Keys. Keys. a natural-born Fund StandsAt Health Clinic next Saturday Oet I sioner from District 3.

the ballot Wynne declared. I actor, Is a member of the 1948 I him Inoculated "I'm not a Republican nor do I

Be made it clear that he was graduating class, and was seen in find myself able to subscribe to "
( "taking sides' in the county Seventeen" last >ear I their political philosophy Cas-

perintendent of public Intrue- I Previous to OUR TOWN." Edward New Leaders persen commented. "Yet I welcome -
A total of SI.224 75 was reported I II
no race asserting both candl- has done main! comedy, their recent upsurge of ac- 41
Ma are his personal friends but from the looks of his performances I| donated to the Nokomis Beach I Announced inFishin' I tivity in Sarasota Count. I

'But then you ask me If Bull- dramatic character parts Community Fund this morning I "It may be that an active Republican f

coo IS qualified" he told The are also in his line. The* fam- J. A. Johnston president and ContestNew opposition will force us

oller. I answer, 'Yes." iliar with the play knew that it Is George Devlin secretary', reported I Democrats to nominate our best !

I put on with a minimum of properties contributions as follows: I "In the mone)' entries men for office. If we don't if (
featured this weeks Venice-No continue to take it for granted
JoLSchrainmJected and settings. and It was up we
I komls Chamber of Commerce that the only qualification for
to Keys to make the audience seethe
P.T.A.Resident |I effects desired He gave a -- ftshin" contest J I 1: public service a man needs is to t

sparkling performance of a d:ff- In the "SNooK" division, be a registered Democrat then
I .
: (cult role Bradford Miller moved Into seC- lour friends in Republican ranks

GOOD JOB NokomisBeach ond place with an 11-pound 9- (Continued on Page Seven*

W. P M B Schrwn el Myr. Leers as Dr. and Mr Gibtxs I ounce fish. In the 'KINOFISH' f t

Avenue this week was elected I one of the main families In the class, L. L. Smith took the lead : Arita Graves

rodent of the "t''lIce-Nok\lmts play were Joe Carl Biorseth and FundBarometer with a 20-pound entry. : 't t

nt-Teacher Association, sue- I' Gladys Bean. Joe also appearedin I W M. Parker, with an 18- ', Elected President

r B M Bowen It was the I 'Seventeen' and carried off pound. 8-ounce fish, took over ,. Woman's ClubArlta I4l

time In two years that a his role with ease Gladys playing second Place hi the 'REDFISH'

ns chosen to head the lo- her first character part dida division l y of
P-TX Graves, partner in the i,
good Job as the mother of Stan Richardson C of C and Nestle- ,
j Nestlewood Gift Shop ,
[Other officers named at the Rebecca portrayedby chairman, also
I George and fUhin contest .. wood Sweet Shop stores last week '
':Vied! '
School meeting of the Pi. .- Billy Hankins and Betty Lee GOAL announced that Len Lanius was was elected president of the Ven-

last Tuesday night were- Johnston. Placing his first role In second place in the "TROUT"' Ice-Nokomis Woman Club.

P* rtce-president, Mrs Doro- in school dramatics.Hanklns dida $2,950 class with a catch weighing three Other officers Installed in conjunction 4s

Plt'Ids: second vice-president. I swell Job as did Betty Lee. also ((2M feet) pounds four ounces. with the club's endeavor

P"w NMorem-n" M1k'sell; secretary Mrs making her high school debut. Leaders In the various classes. .. tc raise funds for the construction p

: treasurer. Mrs. I Portraying of the other family as listed at the R and R Sporting of the Sarasota County Welfare U"
***s Hlgel 1
The involved were Virginia Bowden Goods Store, are: Fund Home, included: I x v

new officers will fee In- I and Owen Conway seen as Mr. Mr*. Carl Hamilton, first vice-4

It the next PTA meet- and Mrs. Webb. Owen. as the ed- MACKEREL president: Mrs Vincent B Dixon '

1 to Moremen was appointedof itor of the town paper did a marvelous F. L. Simonson. 3 oz. j! second vice-president: J. M. Dick,

is n of a committee delegat- performance He is another SNOOKAngelo 'I' secretary, Miss Josephine Dwvks.
arrangements for the natural and could go far with 2 assistant secretary: Mrs. Helen 3 ,
"W'S-anmer Hanges, 13 pounds 16
RoundUp"pTA dramatics. He made Mr. Webb I B. Duncan. treasurer: Mrs T. M.
the! ounces. Bradford Miller 11 Ibs., '-
also voted to buy appear as a real live person. Vir- : Wrede Sr.. Asst. treasurer; Mrs. U

"Wty' feet Beach cf the Nokomis Com- ginia made a stunning mother of 9 ounces. +I T. Blalock. asst. treasurer i 1'J.

two lovely children. Bettye Zeig- KINGFISH
at the meeting ter and Otis Bronson played the L. L. Smith 20 pounds. Dr. '

*.furnished Jane by the "Rhythm Webb offspring, both doing well Duncan Salot. 16 Ibs 8 oz. II' Coming Events ( ia.1r
Barkley .
and Albert
in their parts, the romantic angle .
Wjt. directing REDFISHW i .
and Billy.
Is supplied by Bettye
married H. Ford 19 Ibs W., M. Parker Thursday. April 15
who later get DonatedTo
18 Ibs. 8 ozs. 12:15: p.m., Venice-Nokomis Ro-

WeatheR I ITuac H1G1IL1GIL3"Highlighting the play was the Date Sudln. 12 ''bs tary Club.Club meets at Venice Country -

characterization by Olenn Step- MANGROVE SNAPPERJoe
$1,224.75 6:30: p.m, Venice Lions Club
sale rstlHiA hens, in the part of the town al- Kuhar, 2 Ibs, 10 cow meets at Venice Country Club. ;

tan 1104h" coholic. In the midst of one of nil (II Feetl' Mrs W, P Peak 1 lb. 8 oz. Friday April 16
0UsIJ reported moments he led the
all weaker TROUT 2:30: p.m., Lemon Bay Woman
1.10 in lovely rehearsal
church choir a '
. 1I t _..M lira 0.00 IDS 4 R. A. Club meeting In Wou ns Clubhouse
,A.u It put a little spark in a slightly Len Lanius, 3 ozs.
... U TO '0.00 Englewood
AprtJ 10 __. dragging seem Dill 3 Ibs. 1 oz.
.n.. 0.10 Monday, April 1>
APril 11 _, 10 CMfel Jackie Boldt as the gossipy
8 American Led 'n Auxiliary :-
April .,,,,.IS cUd job In
II 0.03
....... 123 .13 aT 0.00 Mrs. Soames. a L. Simonson. 4 Ibs, 12 ozs, meeting at Mrs Bowen
During a very
ADril ITY ** __W all her scenes. Len Lanius 4 %& home, Nokomis.
date this noath Lt3 Continued on Page Seven)

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Miss Dorothy Bartlett. former ME CUT pj 1

Arthur Murray dancing

In the New York studios, thin GULF t

week announced that she will
dancing herein Theatre 1Mte
give! Instruction
I IMen'l Specializing In ballroom VENIO
Venice Bowlakade American and Latin American

: Woody" Lanlus returned thl dances. Miss Bartlett wm! Box Office Opens ':30 pJI qt

L"4 week from Clewiston where he l League Instruction -0 ___
and group
had been employed in 'the sugar J give ThursdayApril
mill. In Arthur Murray IS

*41 r STANDINGSgmltiy' niques. Her headquarters are in "THE FOGD I-

_. ._ I* M"" the Venezia Hotel Claudette 'otb-t .
''+ The New Alorlrn'. so 26.14' Fred MttMurr ,
V. Elivtrlf W 8l1.*"' Cartoon Sportsretl
tr EVINRUDESPORTWIN Fttrl'r---. 26 ".""6 -0 ___ ..
V. Laundry\ M 29.527R. The K CLUB Friday and
_. biUrti.
> K ._B 26 JMlvm7Urni"ur
Punt 22 2 invites your presence and April 16-J7
.. ._ ".- 17 n.I" "A LIKELY STORY"Bill
Both are
t Performance never known High *,h...il ..... ... 16 2&.'"" your business. William. Barbara P

before in the light motor V. K,ood ....__...... 14 26.1115 ciated. News s Cartoon Orthm Ibir

field! a \\eek's Result Stop In for cigarettes candy _
billiards or Sunday and :ond7y
cold drinks
21 advancements that 4 W,ln...day. April 11 conversation. April 18 (9
.',., M 'M *"* Z17S Jut
V d "GOOD '
add new pleasure to fishing '' lIor 7.441 a" "" NtrtS1'In :
-"i. ..rwndj,.; 162 Plot. Thanks. Technicolor! ) (
; and boating! It "has every l June Allyson.
: "I :" Uwfo
thing" even to the gas F .i T" 71858 746 797 14117 44:" B. B. DUNN Sportsreel Short N,.". I
HnrluitliK l Handicap 26 Pinto II Cartoon '
( gauge >ou'\e always wanted R. a R. 4109 .2. 707 2222 -0 _
""2 *77 JtH
en )our motor! V. Furniture itniludlK\ H.n.lK.p&n 1W plnul' ;Tuesday Wed. Thai.

I CALL AND SEE IT K"ril V.:: t':tI..r" 12'I 72& .M? 'Itl|11141 Z1S2ilnrludiiw It Pays To Play "SLAVE April 20-21.22 GIRL" '

AT OUR STORE! I V. laundry Handicap HI IKK,.1 pin.7"7 tlW FOR YOUR FISHING AND In Terhnitolor)
Id..n 110' l-nrt MI 61& pine.I JIOSllncliidini Yvonne DeCarlo. George Brnl
Hnndirap 10 l
I Cartoon Pete Smith Spedsly

The Recall Store above Is one of the AVERAGES SEE US FIRST I II Selected Short Suhjeeq

many fast greyhound due to (Compiled by Marjorie Adorjan. R & R I Sponsored by

I'HONK POST mi OFFICE ARCADE VENICE thrill crowds at the Sarasota Ken League Secretary I I AUXILIARYNoVd

nel Club's track on the Old Bra- Not including last siesta ramnlUnhi SPORTING GOODS Posto.. 151
Iturkett. Adordlnn's 172 American Legion
denton Road during the present ._ u. Tht Florida! ftanrUman1. St-cialM"!
R. a R. .170 Net Proceeds to Furnish
spring meeting.Morgan Venice N.lmmli Bank Las
J,'...rl. V Laundry 167
I n. CurwmNt. Smllty'a IKHirrardmn Phone Sin in New SarasoU County

/ Offers R. *. K. _. .. .161 Welfare Home
Oaklry. V. Laundry .UlJ !
SolutionTo ".... V, Fi d .- 162
Partial N.>.. Url'a: .--n _. __ .UI
.q: 1, CurniKHl Smltc,'. .1& ;1N"iA'ftt1'&RT1
S'S Quail Problem'A (I...,... Miurjan's _. .1&11 "PHONE 3461
V.hr.l.r, Parl'i ._...-.-_ ._ _1&8K..I.
partial solution to the problem .., V. Electric, .._._ _. .. .164 I! No Answer Call 2955VENICE

of obtaining quail for restocking Drench, Bmltty'i _._. _. ..1(1Lintr.
BOWL FOR Ur'aRfitrr. .__._____._u_ _..153 TAXI
offered bv
purposes was Lemon Bay Pwt ...151Ku t'-DRlVE-IT' CARS FOR RIM
ANDHEALTH Ben C. Morgan. dire-tor of the > rndall. V. Laundry ...,. ...1&1)
FUN Florida Game and Fresh Water Wolf V. tlfctneHyt .._-----._-- _.._1&0
I Fish commlss'on. during visit! In Hiltk School -. _..__....147 Under New Management
!IVu-n V.

Alleys Open 4 pm to II pm. thli"If area the last sportsmen'wek clubs over Broh.nl Pnlick., Smitty'Smitty'i i'm:::::: ::::::::: 400 CLUBOn

GRILL OPEN the state launched a pro"ram to Shooks. V. Llrctrlc. .._ ._...,. ....140 South Tamiami TraM SAROSOTA
7 11 trap quail. I am fure th., state Adorjan, Ailorjaa'a ., ........14(
a.m. to pm. __...... FEATURING
will be willing to buv them for Klrphrns High 8>houl|. B'. 144
Adrian Hiirh StJioiil 144
h Bowling alley and Grill closed propagation purpose s" Morttunaswrted Lasers: V. Laundry .::.::::::.:::144 DAVE DUNCAN
all day Sunday. wen,. Venice Fowl _.. 148Ftitton
Earl'i ....... ,n...'. ... 142 I
The State Game "rt) Fish( H.dgia, AM.e no'r 142llMlntb. One Man Quartet at the
VENICE : : R R .::.:::::.::::.:; 142 Chord
Commission in p'g' ve .rs has' Bethel. V.nmirnltur. ._ ._ ..,.._ 141 Piano Solo Vox Drums Accordion Vibra ]
: BOWLAKADE purchiwd I 'o- te-Mocklng Mack K R un._.._._... .. ._. 149llliao
qua ., V. Food .__-_ -_ ...181 Plays Your Request
And Grill from Mexico. But this year the I. V. Biorwth. RAH. .. _,_.. .131 All Drinks At Summer Price
Lewrllyn'IL A R. _......._... _._.187Arohrr.
I 245 West Venice Ave. Mexican government refused to V. food. .- .. ..-. .. ..17Baticock. Come In and Get A a4ntd
permit exportation of the birds. V. Electric I 7fcarl. Mike AlbrUht M,f,
r-arl'a .::: :':::::::::1:tJ
The state board has been buying C. Hwraeth .136
40.000 quail! annually and placing, N Uon, V. Food :::::::::::.?.::...1
Bu,". V. Furniture--_. __ _....114
them In public shooting grounds G.bort.Amon Bay Put _...._....191
TIDE TABLES on a pro-rata basis In all of the Lone Lemon, Lemon Hay Bay l'i.Poit t -.::::::::::IS8Matrre Ill

state's counties. Smith Riirh S.ho.,1 ..._._ ....__..1MEckrrt smitty'stavern
VENICE INLET High School '. ___... .124Hrilo.
Morran said the would
state V. Laundry : UTaylur. <
not V. Octric .. ..128Hrmphill
buy live
(Punla Rasa Correction) qua'l! from Individuals V. Furniture : -. -- _-- -_f.121

4'w High 1... "but if sportsmen's groups Millar. V. Furniture ."J
.. _
Hain V. Furniture -.122
Thur Apr 15 !:41 p IIIFrl sot bphlnd the program I 1m sure CoHrtli. Adiirjan'i ____ .. II7Jnnaa.
Apr. II 4 13 p III 1114 am.i authorization could be obtainedto Lemon Bay Pen _._.111
% Sat. Apr. 17 1:87 ,.11I, 11M r.lanbilt. Lemon Hay Poet ...118
0 m. ,
Hun Apr. Ill 11.n am. 1 U 0.11I. buy birds from them. B""a'c Ad"j..'. __ _.....111I
l:2 p."'. 1:61 P m.
...... 125 South Venice
Mon Apr. It 11:17 4 :21 I m. Tamiami Trail
10 MTun. p m. .IIU p m. I SAY- AVE
Apr Ju 1112& a m. 1:00 0 m. "The Trail"QUALITY
Bright Spot the
11:1'III.. ':.1 p m. YOU SEEN MSLORDSHIP 'FO o o"e.lvet on ,
Wed l Air. 21 1If a.m.
Thur. Apr n 12.14 a m. ':01..11I. ? is.tt r4
11:17 a.m. .:4U P m.i Delicious Sandwiches When You Are Hungry


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Distributor of

Tricraft Fiberglas Boats GIN

You don't need to consult a "fortune teller" to find the .
Retailer of widest stock of brand-named liquors in to PROOF
town] For all the finest

Marine ana Supplies names In whiskeys brandies gin and wines Kt visit $2.95 fifth -


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April 15. 100 VENICE OONDOUXft: : Pace Three

Tribune dent of The Tribune Co. of TamPa ,
_pa told an audience of more : rxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxcxxxxxxxxxxxtfJohnson c
ecutive Speakst than 100 attending the annual :
membership dinner meetlnng of
of C. DinnerFlorida Commerce the Venice-Nokomis last Friday Chamber nljht of Concrete Products t

Is one of America'1 Green a post president of the .
states and no sec Tampa Chamber of Commerce
.tjrowlni Florida stands to rain and now serving his third term aspresident and Co.
of Supply
from this growth than this of the Southwest Flor-
,e area In which weN ida Council made up of 22
,t Green, vlce-presl- Chambers of Commerce In 16
Southwest Florida counties, was Formerly
guest speaker at the dinner held
at the Venice Country Club. He Higel Brothers Concrete Products Co.
was Introduced by R. a Haines

WW Chamber president of of Commerce.the Venice-Nokomis x x NEW LOWER PRICESPAY x

The Tampa newspaper and radio
0 iWFLA executive was accompanied x
to Venice by L'wls LESS FOR CASH X I
Day manager of the Greater X
PaintingUpholstering Tampa Chamber of Commerce: J. Certified Grade "A" BlockReinforcing ,
C. Hughey chairman of tnr
Body RepairingElectric chamber Inter-City Relation Steel Piers .
Committee, x "
WeldingAnd and Doe! Wads
worth, chairman of Its Agrbulturil .
General Auto Repairs Committee Steel Sash Lake Wales Sand xx

Stancil & Potts GONDOLIER Classified Ads I Garage Doors Structural Steel x 't' ,
Miami Avenue cost little, yet produce fine tv '
Phone 2541 Tills Just phone Venice 3131 x Drain Tile Roof Coating f
fore 5 p.m. Wednesdays bl'-I
X Septic Tank Tops Roofing r""

r 1 Do You Have I x Cement Reinforced Concrete Tile .t 1I r'
atet V an ABSTRACT or

C / TITLE INSURANCEon Mortar Mix Cement Brick ,
the property you own? 4x
You will need one or the Hydrated Lime FramingSheeting XX 1
B other sometime Avoid delay .
L Come In and talk to us about
n U your title. Finish Lime X I I

f / ABSIRACISTIPIE INSURANCE: X Keene Cement Finish Lumber x .i i

Abstract Companyof X For Your
Sarasota Everything Building x

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B-, Point, Nakc.Mli

lcreo PACKAGre SET SuRE'lA Gloria L. harper, 'II1.1.1et
f rIp s:<6 a m. Sunday Rely.,'
AIC M0e1 II a.m. Mornin MM hl'
Y ON 1:45 p.m., Youth F.I ,.,.hlp
"I" p.m, Evening. ...

--, ......... rC Wednesday 7:311 pm .'
a t r prayer and rant Mivl "

--:1 do not agree with a'ord '<"' say, b"t0Jvi11 defend Englewood Strvicn
1ft< a.m. Sunday grhnu'mpp ?' Mu, ,
rF with ny: life your right to say it.OLTAlKt._ lup't.p.m. .
-- 8 Church service
, 4 Published; l : every Thursday. Editorial: and business office 313 Writ so iN -

w Venice At'IIUP'rnllr, Klorid.i._P. O. Box 632. Phone Venire 3131. p FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH:

a Naaaau at Miami Av., .
1 D.) Campbell Cr.wlo, Pa t.,
r'f 10 a.m. Bible Cl.f. ,
National, Advertising R.pressnf.tivo11EWSPAPER 11 a.m. Mnrrinv tattler.
t 1 115 pm., BT.U. <
,,8. p.m. Evrnlnrr HI r..
A bERTI !\C SERVICE INC.Ntiwial Wadntiday. 7i3d

pro Ye. wr.,... lI.d.
(a. off-Lott of 14 .U>o'.al AtKK"'w>|
ray ; a

Serving Amtnca'l Advert' serf and t Homo Town Newspapers R... J. W. Hinton, P..tor
10 I a.-n. Sunday g, i ?

:II No Michigan .i.--Chlojo I. m.WICEJHribiwk Bldf., Sin Fnnclsct, Cat Evening Morning .>.r.I.rrvlrti.i S W"m'ili"'
t 5)31 Grand Central Term nil BID:.. New York N.Y. 301 While Bld| Seitlll S. warn Prayer m..Un..

1i Entered ai .cond-clati matter Jun. 6, 194C. at ha pOll officeat ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL
l ....nic.. Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879. CHURCH
Rioters SI. and Palermo
-- .
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Subscription ratcit One year, $2.50; six i months, $1.50; three Dr. Leonard '\\'. C Sir>ktr,

f' t. months, 75c. Classified advertising; rater 2 cents per word, tint 20 And we Priest In Clurti.
Is probably vatehlne us out of the I past the edire of the green. t:4S am. Sunday b, ,.i;
I word.; I cant per word for each -additional--- word. window of the clubouse! I| got a 4 on that par 3 hole. II a.n. Mominii a .'

t CARRtr1.L II. \\ IU.AMSHELEN : Editor and Publisher i : Well we hit the ball, all right I Hole No. 4 Is 317 yards long, CHURCH OF COD

=" \\ ILLI.\.. Office Manager It went straight down the fairway and par Is 4 We took an 8. We Venice Au....

HOWARD IIRILEV Shop Foreman lost two tees and one new ball- R... C. l>. Jerli Pasta
-.- albeit not very high. It was one els-e's ball I* a.m. Sunday Schu,
; We found somebody
a.m. Preaching
of those "grass-cutters". But we '"d played It, grateiully. W ltt p.m. Pr.arhmu
: Thur.day. ':30 p'm. V, rang P..Pi',

: l JI I I U! /1.1.1(1( AN. by CIII. felt an started Inner to glow turn of around satisfactionand and Ing never In were the rough on the on fairway the left land-hand Sarvlca.Friday.. '-S p.m.: :":bimlit +utter! .

look back at the clubhouse. JustIn side of our first shot: landing VENICE CATHOLIC CHURCH

In the rough on the right hand Naiaaa at Tamps AvensVenice
: ,\ case Nelson was standing on

For the first time In 10 years, we played golf this week. That Is, the steps, a-watchln' us. However, side of our next shot, landing Ke*. C. L. EIla.d", casts

r. -we played "at" It. And because we think you might get a vicarious about 200 feet out the ball took a In a trap our third shot fourth, t a.m. Ma...

, ', pleasure out of going around the course with us, we'll tell you just sudden dive Into a ditch we observed counting the lost ball as a pen
alty), and overshooting the green
what hapmed.
; for the first time, water
) .I First, lie wound UD with a blister the size of a dime on our right plashed up, and we said bad by plenty. ah, well, details are Roof Work of All Kinds
painful, as well as boresome.
thumb. 51'IondIe lost three l'ROOFING
words Ten, years or no, we knew : -ALVIN P. JONES
KOlfball.x. Thiid we started out far ways apart. iThat doesn't Instantly what had happened. Hole No. 5 Nuts!-By this time I Phones: Bui. 2813 s Home MU,

l with half a dozen tees, picked up sound quite right. What we meanIs Like the cigarette ads says "You you get; the general Idea. We dJd

at least that many more going that Nelson was glad we'd decided can't beat experience." n't do so good. We're gonna get

around the course, yet wound up to take up the game again, out on the Venice Country Club 2633 -Sansota- 2529
C -0That'l -
playing the 16th 17th. and 18th but he was frankly, and naturally, l course and try 'er again We may Phones
how lost
y holes with a twig we happened to dubious about our being able togo I we not break our 123 record for the
New Golf Ball No. 1. We
tZl spy after we'd smacked our last around the course In the six 18 holes but doggone It we betchawe Ambulance
around In the weed-filled, muddy
' (tor' tee somewhere Into the or seven hours remaining before go around In less than three
ditch for three four minutes-
middle of nowhere. dusk.) lost golf balls) After all, we made ServiceDay

Oh, yeah, Fourth, we made a Well, we I bought three brand hopefullY-but, realizing we were the second nine last Monday
1 still within sight of the clubhouseand Night
1:4l01nl out, and 59 ermine In. new golf ball from Nelson, asked with only one ball! or

iSmitty Brohard commented: him where the first tee was, and Nelson we teed up another We ..
gotta system all haveto
ball and whopped It. Ah you and CourteousROBARTS.SHANNON
"Don't feel bad about that-many1 then away at I Prompt
out there
went all by our
I do Is
keep the ball
your eye on ,
well It only took us 11 strokes on
the time didn't
wr better.
lonesome. We spotted one of those
watch It until It
I, t. ."' that: first hole. Not counting disappears from
new golf balls atop a yellowwooden sight out in the take ob-
penalties for lost ball or "out of ; rough; ,
Funeral Home
-'--o tee, stepped back and
servations on trees ahead, trees
.bounds. After all after 10 up
e Nelson Lee pro at the Venice took three or four practice swings; ........) years. In back, lay the golf clubs downIn
Country Club didn't seem any too and then addressed the ball with line with "'*#4'##14'4'01,.N444
a the course of flightof
happy about our sudden decision our heart In our mouth and a But Hole No.2"as gonna be
I theball. mumble a few choice Plumbing Contractor
l last Monday to resume playingthe prayer on our lips. "Let u. we different, we vowed. And we were words
as you hopefully kick all
game of poking a little white prayed "at least hit the ball this sure of It when, on our very first the REPAIR SERVICE
grass within 50 feet of where
, a pellet into cups spaced a doggone first time...-on account NelsonENGLE'S stroke we got a nice lie. Not very Is Modern
you figure the ball wound up, take that
away from the tee 100 yardsor
your No5 club and swing I It See Our Display of
so.- but right smack square ,
TEA ROOM I In the middle of the fairway. Of I viciously before you advance Into ; New and Modern Equipment
the 'bush" cautious step by
course, we had sliced the ballconsiderably
step and then stumble over the I Shirling
i Tel Venice 2486 Englewood Fla. and bud watchedIt
missing; ball at least 25 feet away
curve Inexorably off to the )
OPEN ALL YEAR from where you were sure It had
but gee hadn't those tree **L
stopped rolling It's that simple. Drive
= been put there Just off the fairway 815ilmmffjtjftf
DELICIOUS. Or maybe 'we are. Nokomis
M to take care of Just such
SALADS Anyway look out. Nelson! We' t f f*
? SANDWICHES guys like us? What we mean Is,

i Serving Hours: 12 2 5:30- I the ball curved off towards the re a-comln' at you again...Just .y..

Gulf of Mexico hit a tree, and as soon as we get over this sunburn

l VIE RAI'f: OUR OWN BROILERS bounced right back out Into th which we forgot to label Q

Closed All Day Tuesday 9r middle of the fairway. "Not muc e"Fifth.."

distance bud, but straight" we

y.a muttered to ourself. We took a WORTHINGTON:
"7" on hole No 2
Convenient Hole No. 3 Is a par 3 hole. Of
# I course, we didn't expect to makea Housekeeping Suites
for Rent at
par 3 on that hole. That Is. not Summer Rates

; to everything until we hit our tee shot. It :went Also for lease the year 'round
as Low at $50 Month. AROUND
straight for the pin nicely clearing per LOOK

: a ditch ;we hadn't even known Apply ton You'bet! We're glad
( Yes \\ hen You at the El. ,
Stay PATIO, was there until the ball was 1 Worthington Apartments to have you coin III

ti You're Near the Post Office, Theatre, mid-air, It hit the green, and rolled In Venice and look around.vent
though you

Business District, Deach and Golf Course. disappeared., and rolled'But and It rolled-.and wasn't so "Cool Warm In In Summer Winter"_ quite mind made as to Just up whatlyoullglveherorhW your

I bad. We found it about 50 feet
SPIC AND SPAN ROOMS SPACIOUS LOBBY f for that special loccasLion
We're right

!MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS: :NOW "Sick Radios Made Well In Venice" to the not post drop of In fW-j
Modern Teat Equipment our stock next time

i Genuine Parts-Free Estimates 1 you call for your mall


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)ates for Democraticallies Collins, Hollis

Form New Hudson L. N. Shirling

( Announced; Auto Agency Firm PLUMBINGAll


ish Fry Next Saturday Organization of Collins-Hollis Kinds of Repairs Estimates Furnished

Motors Inc., agents for Hudson
Line of
cars and International trucks Complete
County's candidates for
Sarasota Democratic .
,ay 4 primary will open their public speaking campaigns nomination at in a the big with show rooms and service de- Fixtures Pipes Water Pumps and Fittings .t

sh fry next Saturday. April 17. at the Myakka River State Park. partment at 147 Ringllng Boule- '
The fish fry free to the public heads a schedule that will keep vard, Sarasota was announcedlast Englewood Phone I'.

LO groups of candidates touring. the county until the traditional week.

election eve rally in Sarasota on I The firm Is composed of Jerry Ii-
Monday night. May 3,
Let's Promote Collins, Sarasota County representative -
Meeting; Last Friday
Night In the state legislature, Masonry ContractorsAnd tt. '
Plans for the .
A Man Who's BeenTRAINED park and G F Hollis, a Hudson rep-
event and the rally schedule
were .
resentative I
for 22 years. ,
discussed last General Builders
Friday night at a Hollis was service manager for
court house meeting of Democratic Beckwoith-Holmes Hudson dis- Cement Floors Block Laying
candidates called by the Sara- tributor In Tampa for 10 years
for the Job ofGOVERNOR sota County Democratic Executive He also was service supervisor for Plastering; Stuccoing

committee and presided over by the Hudson factory. Mr and Mis Foundations Sidewalks '

Chairman James A, Haley. Hollis and their two children have FREE ESTIMATES PHONE 243S
taken a home at 466 Fortuna In
Other Democratic tallies were Granada Jud CURWOOD BROS. Charlie
announced ,
as follows:
I Collins has been an autonmobll
Monday, April 19-Group 1. dealer here for 16 years and has VENICE ENGLEWOOD
served three terms In the state
Englewood; group 2, Bee Ridge. I
legislature. He also Is general
1 gCt Wednesday. April 21-Group manager of the Sarasota Kennel

1, FruitUlle; group 2, Venire- Club

Saturday. April 24-Group 1. FOR QUICK RELIABLE 'f
Miakka; group 2, Osprey. SERVICE CALL

!Monday, April 26-Group 1, VenicePlumbing I"

Nokomis; group 2. :MUkkaWednesday ShopBox
April rif-Group 14, Venice Phone 215 VENICE FLORIDA

1. Venire; group 2. !rrumille. .. ... "WE INVITE YOUR .:

Friday, April 30-Group 1. BRING IN YOURFILMS ACCOUNT't

Bee Ridge; croup 2. Nokomls.fiaturdar. .
Member of Federal Deposit Inwiranc Corp. ,
May 1-Group 1. i Rapid Photo-Flnlsh For Service I
,O prey; group Z, Engleuood. Alpha Music Shop $5000 Maximum Insurance $5009 ;L;
ftw men hove ever brought For Each Depositor
to the office of Governor of our Monday. May 3-Both groups Venice Phone 3651 !
#,pa* l1N I MrMM. .t1M.,
state, the experience. and, Sarasota I -
lirti'.hand knowledge of our state
government that Colin English Each of the two groups will Include -

will I bring ta the Hat capitol several candidates without
when he is elected: Florida's next opposition in the Democratic pri-
Governor! He has proved his mary, but who will be given an .
ability 01 a leader, a statesman opportunity to speak Candidatesfor 4 t
and on executive. He Is the one state offices who might be In
candidate who, for she post this area also will be given placesat
eleven hoi been trained We're
yean the head of the speaker lists constantly improving ; ,
for the 'job'| of Governor. He is Aspirants for district offices suchas ;
None man who can take over I
the reins of Chief Executive of county commissioner school service. ; : .
board member peace justice and your .
At Slate of Florida without any
ton of / constable will be beard at ralliesIn
valuable tim,!'
I their districts. \ '

.1 His state experience go .[.nnun.tolfoiri and knowledge Group"Group Spending $85,000,000 to ,

here been gained through his One will Include house of I
eleven continuous ofsuccessful representatives clerk of the clr.
service as a member cult court tax collector, supervisor expand our ,
ef the Goernor'i Cabinet, and of registration and county
ether important state board judge In addition to district can- 1 t
end commissions, during the I didates.
administrations of three Group Two comprises house of Paying the highest op-

overnori representatives, tax asesssor,
We Floridians. who attorney, in
ore county prosecuting erating costs history. .
paying lor this advertisement, sheriff and superintendent of .
eta privileged to express the public Instruction, along with dis-
strong conviction of the thousands
,,0 ether men and women of our trict office aspirants. and still selling '
able' who believe that the best Arrangements for the Myakka yon A RECORD TO S'

Interests' of All Florida, will be park fish fry will be handled by BE PROUD OF/
awed by voting for and dieting members of the Sarasota County electricity ai
Young Democratic Club. Servicesof
several well-known authorities ffftlIL
I I i
on preparation of fish, "hush
puppies" and other features of a I O
Florida fish try will be sought. I
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Write C.G.; t.etiA Hoedown.,., Shoe Repair I
16110101110. for 0 copy of his U Neat I. old Fire 81.1 Ion
.,prom"fors greeter".,ill.". Venice! A..., Colored Sections
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When You Want A Plumber Bad ty

Be Sure Dependable That He Plumbing Is GOOD FLORIDA pow( I...lm. tOMmy i I

Contracting Repairing 1 51st' ,. ()ts wavssst

Full Line Fixtures and Materials

Water Pumps Pipe and Fittings

LET us FIGURE YOU JOB ESTIMATES GIVEN .** ft.- average, a doOar't worth of electricity before the war cost only $IM in March 1M4X'


Phone Florida
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6! Thursday April

Fare flits TONIC: : NDOUER ,

4tra 1 W. Wood. WD ', WR 124 FLORIDA'S PLACE IN
Here's List of WD.Republicans white Democrats; ND. Negro: WR.Demo-white SChool.th Street.Ernest Booths Oant.at Mrs. Elsie ND 0, 0.PRECINCT NO. II THE SUN MBST8 UPoN

KuehJ, Jame E. Kinslow Mrs THE KIND OF STATE
Election Officials crats: NR Negro 1"1'1IBooths at :
dep- East Venice
Lena Johns, W. K.
station corner of Forty- GOVERNMENT
468WR24.ND2NR0. service
Polling Places Downtown Sarasota area and uty. WD PRECINCT NO. 3 first Street and,West River Road. WE HAVE,TO OFFER -
Lido Beach. Booths at city fire Langlerl. John( D. Kester,
Trail to Ralph
Sites and precinct election officials station. Carl W. Hughes Roland From the Tamlami Dan Evans, Herschel Clerk, J, P.
have been named for the H Pyfrom. Lester W. Smith Mrs. Lockwood Ridge Paulk WD 33. WR 1. ND 0, NR 0. -0-
hk :May 4 primaries by Sarasota Marian L. Corson. John D. Murray Bahal Vista Avenue and Frultvllle I NO. II
Ccunly ronimliitloners deputy. WD 879, WR 304, ND Road. Booths at county courthouse sides of
The various precincts, area cov- 174 NR 22. Vincent A. Button, HughS Several blocks on the Ta- No one can successfully
Andrew Belnhoff, Mrs. Hudson Bayou east to
; .nod. location it polls, names of PRECINCT NO Z Cooper Booths at Salvation Challenge that
Clara M Belnhoff. Jack Kerr miami Trail. statements!
vfiirlal. and the number of reg- Tuttle Avenue east to Mlaklta Hayes Mrs. "
deputy WD 225, WR 66. ND 0, NR Army Mrs Mary Ann "--
istiants. ire as follows: j jtNete area bounded on south by Fruit- Irene M. Spencer. Mr. Dorothy
5 Abbreviations represent: ville Road and north by Eighteen- 0 Mible Svec. Cj .
PRECINCT NO. 4 i| T Lln.ert., Mrs. RemoveAll
Bee Ridge. Booths at Woman's j j H. Dean. de uly'D 625 WR,

Club. Mrs. Truett Taylor, a Mr. 229, NH 1, NR 0.PRECINCT.
71'v Morgan, J. C McCaghren, Mrs. I NO. 15 I II Doubt
It Itj. W Thomas Featherstone. Ed I East: of the Tamlami\ Trail to
14'I Brown WD 163, WR 11, ND 0, city limits between Bahla Vista

NR 1. on the north and city limits on ELECT _
PRECINCT NO. 5 the south Booth at Fred House's
Mlakka Booths at Mlakka I cottages on Tamlami Trail O. C.
School Mrs. Hella Crowley, Mrs. Hamilton Mrs. Marian S. LIddell,
I Lillie Hodges. M. A. Parker, J. H Walter R. Thompson, Mrs. Marian
I, Dallas, W, J. Whidden deputy. I L. Thompson Mrs. Elizabeth
MKy WD 61, WR 2, ND 0, NR 0. : Roose. WD 587 WR 112. ND 0, NR
ll / r i i/ l/ Osprey and Vamo, Booths at PRECINCT NO 16:
Osprey Merchantlle Store Charles M\'akka Park and Sugarbowl

)PAID POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT) W. Webb Mrs. J. C. Childs, Henr drainage area. No( piling place
Lewis. Madeleine Marvin Mrs. Voter to RO to Myakka

I' Mildred A. Fischer, WD 191 WR PRECINCT NO. 17:
55, ND 0. NR 0.PRECINCT. j I I Thirty-third Street north to
rn I Ir NO 7 city limits between Orange Avenue -
!sus Been
e Laurel and Nokomis. Booths at and east city limits. Booths
Alvin Jones office by t> 'sOarage at Hayes Store Harry C. Ooclo
; Mrs. Bruce Rigby, Mrs. 'I Roscoe L. Collins. William K.
'\ D. Holland, Mrs. Paul Melroy i Hand, Bolden O. Whltted. J. H.
Richard E. Merrlfleld Richard H Thompson. WD 203 WR 7. ND
Ye. Ed: l Fraser hats
t Gedney, WD 236 WR 26. ND 19 I 158. NR 21.
proton \iiiiunjr: service in NR 4. j I PRECINCT NO. 18 I
hull M ate legislative r PRECINCT NO 8 'i Payne Terminal north to city
II'1 bram.litsth.it lie has the e Venice Booths at Venice Civic limits between Orange Avenue ,
r I\t'lfJc: of the people at Center Mrs. Helen B. Duncan. | and the Gulf. Booths at Blass I l I W. A. "Bill" SHANDS

, litait.Uen he aspired clerk: Mrs. Mary Jones, R. E Building corner of Thlrty.thlrd/

: to the office of Com,vtrolKr Fields, deputy, John Dungllngson Street and Old Brad nton Road '
' in 1P1! Flon'a Mrs Nellie A. Bartlett. WD 280, Mrs. Wjlle Walker C. K. Belt As Florida's

if \om CJc\'t'sell! him, hut WR 65 ND 1, NR 0. ,: Leonard L. Rlcketts. Mrs. Ray!
li! PRECINCT NO. 9 GaY Eddie Adair. WD 1.032. WR
s a legal bar I IMlnasota.
:iI.'I' %%:as
Englewood, Woodmere and 299, ND 3. NR 0SUMMER. I
r:1ifl',1.I It has since hem
Il.'l Booths at Bay I Next
,I re m (0\' < d NOW WE Woman Club. Irwin Biorseth j

CAN GIVE IIM THE clerk: tEd Brian deputy; Clayton RATES I

, ," JOB Williams. Ethel F. Hills E. JNeviman .
WD 137, WR 22, ND Ii NOW IN EFFECT GovernorHe

!, 0. NR 0,

I" : l RE.-.tCT: Between PRECINCT Thirty-third NO. 10 Street I Granada CourtApartments i

t and Main Street and between will) not requireexperimer4ation

, EDWIN G. (ED) FRASER Orange nue. Booths Avenue at and Legion Tuttle Coliseum Ave- I He knows about our' 'e

Mrs Alma F Price Mrs Estelle P O. Box 611 Phone 2321 prcblcmsHe
f. STATE COMPTROLLER Smith Louis Cooke William Bitters UNI( E. FLORIDA knows I GUt oUr

: jr, r Jim E Munson WD 715. WR N. Children .r "'.(.. Pl.... municipal ills
Ny n 1 t ,1 ( cal ;rriesdef Ed
I I'.k Fraser) s sK. 126, ND 128 NR 24.PRECINCT He; Is.pot dealing In platitudes: ,
, il:, | NO. 11 He has the courage to do
\ ) McClellan Park area. Booths at somethingHe ,-
Southslde School. Mrs. Dorothy is confident that bu,Ineu-
' FORREST CHAPMAN Cartlidge, clerk: Mrs. Helen John- ELECTJOHN like government U; now our

son, Mrs. A. H. Schneider, Mrs. prime need
; Frances S. Vallade Samuel N.
Apgar deputy. WD 427 WR 154 He Is not dodging the I Issue
It! r Earnestly Solicits Your ND 20, NR 0.PRECINCT. He is actually seeking remedies.
He will WORK to put them
''I Into effect .. .-
Vote andSupport r '
Siesta Key. Booths at Sarasota
I'' Beach Grocery. Harry Buckmas- I He has'no "can't be done"
ter, clerk: Christie Pond, George complex ... "
Corkum, Eleanor P. Downer, Wil- r + He does not think a timers!
As Candidate For sales tax Is necessary and
he will veto a general sales
Re-election As ft Guaranteed
tax if passed
Watch RepairingJewelry
t COUNTYJUDGE RepairingArt You can't go wrong

Supplies with Bill ShanJs . ".

"FriendlY, Courteous Senator Shands Is winning his
ForSarasota Service"R.
w way toward success because

County f Barry, Jeweler 1 he the has people'gained the confidenceof -

324 South Orange Ave.
lie thinks atralght and talks
Practiced law in Sarasota t
Sarasota for 14 to
years prior Member of the United the language the people
becoming County Judge and have served as County Horologlcal Association understand and appreciate
Judge for I lo years D. The truth and nothing rise -

My knowledge and experience as a trial lawyer DependableService JUSTICECOUNTY

for these years and my experience as Judge for the W. A. 'Bill' ,

past 10 years well qualities me for the office of
County Judge. Chrysler Products IN JUDGEI 'SHANDSFlorida's '

I Would AppreciateYour


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a April III,. 1948 VENICE GONDOLIER Pale seven! !


,mot kpasned.uadfnr Paymest in. 2.. YO.!::teen cent tea e.rh. =: .


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HOI'SB SUMMERED INEXPENSIVE 1-d.y and May alarm CONCRETE WORK and trueklnl. Louis
clock. HAD
vyntllated. pocket watches wrtat w.tt-h..i Adorjan. Phone Venice 2681. WISH YOU
rely furnished.: Well : Just the thing for ach.,1 rr fishing.| R. and residential .11oa In city of Venice
}ruble and ; ,.. Utilities Inaryclal Barry Jeweler 124 8. Urina-e, B.ru summer rates.Mr.Privacy.Sonia ... ..,- Addr.... Box 18. Venice, Fla. P-D-Q SEPTIC TANK CLEANING) 50' x 159' Building LoU h
; May 1. '
tie mmancy Modern pumping equipment Work ffuaranteed. -
50 PCB.
OF 4 by a 8HFETHOIK: :
rt Phone. 21,18.SELF Brand new Pre. Wentlnrtr Sewing Ma- Phone Sarasota" 70-640 or Venice Oroveland Avenue
chino. Dn..... Windows. Fruatrd Glass. A COMPLETE 2664.
- : WANTED an P.rtltln. R..on.bl., l Sre M'. Su.nlar' '' REAL ESTATE SERVICE GENERAL REPAIRS Lawn muwen, i
i-i Venice Ave over Jim Ponilen I.U.- $2oo.oa
sewing machines, stoves washing ma-
sot Store. *.>..
- RentalsCovernm rhino, eU Saws sharpened C. A. L.mb
de.lre> alert ..pon.f Just off Trail near Snug Harbor. P. O.
pndlM, I.dl.., Garments advertised '47 ZIMMEK HOUSE TRAILER the tORT MYERS AREA and Bon 1ST. LaurelSTRONG. .
17-ft Water.
f> all I of Paved Electricity: -
., wheel Porch .
Lbi,. Write MJrn.tH.R.. Welbaoiudm. Van.Rutrl tI.1 down attached. Subnl.n- ..t hum. Ui beautiful riverfront estates STURDY PLANTS for Flu,.
p.ym.nt. Will fin". .
"" ace Louis Eterett Venire Trailer Coastal. .t.... Including Improved Ida landscaping M low price Fee Simple: Deed.
and unimproved ....
P.rk. tropical 101. beachproperties. MELROVS NUR&FRY. L.u,1E..bll.h.
r- fishing Iud.... business"Pla.rtunitles .. 1811 Purchaser to' pay fir Abstract

Caspersen'Continued USED FURNITURE of all kind.. V... Inn motor oo"r.and.. Income trailer aetupa ranipa., Includ-hotels Turn right' at Laurel Pont Office. If abstract de lred.
Ice Trading Pmt m W. Miami Avenue.Phone operating ranches, farm and irrovn GENERAL HAULING
2602100POUT Large and small trart. of land An.mplete rontiacting.
Yard work Murk rill dirt shell, ...d. I
rental. .
One) .erA' Send for few
I ( from Page --- dmr"pt" Pet Edce. Phase tOUNestlewood.
folders and mapa of this trop.JEFPCOTT +
to give us a rude high, .Wt. clraM lot on teat .ti..n.
: quite apt beautiful Dnna 11a,. Phone 23t1., Venire H. N. Wimmers ,
Likening one of these days." REALTY INVESTMENTS Team

fin fact. Caspersen thinks Sara- SPECIAL THIS WEEK. Portable b.tt- 0147 First Street Fort Mrrra. REALTOR ;
cry Radin. from Uti 111 to HIM, L....
a County could be surprisedi Battery. Save tip To 111,11(1 1 1Alpha Fvcnthitij In Real Eitate*FIO.ld.1 Members Given -
In the general election. Mink Shop OpinMlte, ThvaireVenice h' VENICE; FLORIDA '
i year
Phone 16MLEGAL the USUAL and
|"A lot of people. really Repub- ------- Dinner at Zinn'sA.rlta

i In their political thinking." NOTICES
t said "have registered as Demit Graves and Evelyn Baker, PAINTINGWe

*, figuring that such a step NOTICE TO APPEAR sponsors of the Nestlewood Gift
Continued from Page One) -0-
i their only way to make their TO JOSEPH R, EINSTEIN and wire, I II I Shop and Nestlewood Sweet shop .
It count In the overwhelmingly I .-.. Hotel Packer, touching moment of the wedding I teams In the Venice Woman's Individual :Taste .
leII10crattc South But this year, Perth AmtM>y. New Jet" she was jabbering on about, -0.-.
You, and each nf you. are hereby urd Bowling League, last Saturday
lift Republican candidates cer- rrrrf In .pi*.r on the in day of M.v. "what a lovely wed lnr. I just I Have Your Lawn Furn't.ir
be In the final election AD "4H. hi Chancery Cur No. 7D29BrnHinK love lovely night entertained members of
n to I .".Inll you In the Circuit CourtIn weddings, and what a Spray Painted Xu.!
t November they will cast and fur the County of 8.ra..ita. State lovely bride, I simply adore love both squads with a dinner atZinn's I "We Have The Color"T. 4

elr ballots accordance with of Pines Florida Hotel milled Corporation Clyde et V.al.Hegel,wherein v. ly brides. Joe and SI Crowell, In Sarasota. I

sit secret convictions name- Uw plaintiff ..-.k. to enforce a merhanlc'f portrayed by Charles and Arthur E. HOLLAND
lien ...I..t yon and others ai ownera and Those present In addition to
[or the Republican candidate. per holder. of a Hecond mortgage on the Futch were two brothers of high Tamlaml Trail Next Phase
[Caspersen urged all true Dem- followlni, 'Int0 nWrrlhrd. wit property In SarasotaCounty school age. Joe Joined the Air the hostesses, Included: Mable I to Community Well UtifIlM

rail to "think as they vote, and i Iota t In 20. both Ini'lu.lv., and the Force and died a hero. Burls Clarabelle Earl, Helen
went 10 feet nf lot M, all-in Block <*.
i as they thlnlr" I Gulf View Kertmn; of Venlee Florida Carrying off a small part nice- Richardson, Kay Lanlus< ChrIS- ,

Regardless of whether theyn 1 Book according t. pane to pta 77. Public tlwreuf Record recorded of hi Saraants Plat ly was Raymond Edge, playingthe tine Harmer, Helen Curwood, and

to be planning to .vote fore County. Florid. and known a. the milkman. Helen Williams. !
Pines Hotel Kulldin
In the county conunlsMOmr Witness m. hand and official seal at Dismal Role r
Sarasota, Flvrida. this Suth day of March Gifts were presented to each
ice" he said. "I hope all mInd In
A" the dismal role of the un- J
omen who sincerely believethe 4"W. A. Wynne.Clerk dertaker was Ronald Lee Smith. member of the' two teams, with
of Paid Court
i policies of the Democratic hy Preston Knapp He added just the proper touchto Kay Lanius getting sterling silver FOR EXPERT Smog BCTUB c;. TRalph's .

irtjrv.il! think about this Repub- M. A. Rra...ell Deputy Clerk the funeral scenes. earrings as a special gift for rackIng Shoe Repair .

an threat and vote for the Solicitor for Plaintiff Reminiscing about old friends up the highest Individual Opp. Bo. Station MJLlMf

erratic candidate they be- Apr Venice 1,, I.rorld 15 22. 194". I who had died was Andy Malanca game score, 196 during the season. VomitArencyt Mitchell'. tavAn __

eve best qualified for the Job. portraying Sam Stoddard. Ray- .

upport of Democratic party SON BORNA mond Mitchell played the con ;;

rinclples Is far more important stable.

an election of any single IndJ- nine-pound baby boy was
Roland Franklin Otis Bronson, i
idual" born last Saturday. April 9, at and Paul Melroy assisted Keys i
Sarasota Hospital, to Mr. and as stage managers. Franklin and PARADE i
PLASTERINGInterior Melroy also did the sound effects
Bfttrrior: Mrs! Wayne Elliott of Bay Point. .
for the production while credit
Cement Work Nokomls. The new arrival, a
for the lighting goes to Ernest
Entlmatea By Request rrandson of Mrs. Lucile Elliott of Kappleman. j

MASTER Phone CRAFT VM S4SI ASSOCO. the Venice post office staff, was In 1901 I

Lee Elliott. The took in Orover's '
named Jeffrey play place

Comer New Hampshire, In 1901. OFVALUES } I.1 .

We joined the characters before. FOR

dawn, as Keys described the town J|
and Its residents. One day went

by before the curtain dropped on
the first act. Love was the themeof YOUR I

the second act, concerning .1
Frozen Food Staple Dairy Product Emily Webb and George Gibbs.

Meat It blossoms into marriage, whena

tender wedding took place. ENTIRE
Abundant happiness and poignant;
Dally IJ A.M. 1:31 TM. sorrow are dramatically portrayedIn

Sunday .:M A.M. a I:" P.M. 4:3: P.M. 7:30 P.M.: the solemn affair.

The last act contained the HOMEWhy

funeral, when the lovely bride isled

I Into the midst of the deceased

townspeople. Emily saw that returning -

FRIENDLY SERVICE In A was Impossible, and resigned -

herself to the grave Miss put off buying thf furniture you want to

FRIENDLY ATMOSPHERE Zeigler gave a tender performance make your home a lovelier place> to live in ?

as the bewildered bride.

Popular Brands of Beer to Take Out. The people of the town were: Whether you plan to furnish an entire home or

Martha Adams, Betty Chllders. just add charm to a room with one or two pieces of

B & B BARWE Marilyn Mary Ann Mlke Haynes<=ell,' Marv Sue Everett.Helen finely styled, quality furniture, you can find what

HAVE THE COLDEST BEER IN TOWN Llson/ Betty Epans, Maxine! Hal- you want at KING'S. And at amazingly reasonable

vor!on, Juanita Taylor, Lillian too.Come
prices, .
Dclorej Stutzman. and .
.s 'w, Venice Opposite Theatre.
J Avenge James Franklin.At in! Choose from one of the largest stocks ?,

- the end of the seeor.:! night of household furnishings between Tampa and

Mrs. Plummer was presented a
Lawns Maintained and lovely gift on behalf of her cast. Miami. +

Cared For They deserve a lot of credit for t
Property Convenient terms can be arranged to fit your ;
producing a tough play for high
During Your Absence school dramatics. budget. r,

Close Correspondence

LANDSCAPING, Richard Bower of Tonawanda,

N. Y., who had been visiting Mr. "We Feather Your Nest With A Little Down"

C. HAROLD BATES and Mrs. Leon Smith of Yenlc Arcadia PUNTA GORDA Ft. Myen

ENGLEWOOD VENICE 339 I IJ I for the past two weeks. hs returned

_ to his home in the forth.

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thursday ,
'? VEX= OONDOLIaAMrs. April W,
!'rote Bight! !
Paid Pplideei. gat. .
Finch Named Purvis
CENT Among HonoredN. :
President of Lemon ENROLLMENT Issues in Circuit

4050 pupils enrolled at the beginning Y. Physicians
Sarasota County schools had
Bay Auxiliary I corresponding Judge Campaign
of March an Increase of S74. or 10 per cent, over the Dr. Austin Hurt of Venice Is

Mrs Louisa Finch was elected period IM year a check of the records revealed this week. i listed among the 432 doctors of Asks Voter
students, Give
president of the Lemon Bay I Topping the list was Sarasota High School with 1.302 New York State who have served
a city's three elementary school I for 50 years or Younger Man Chance
-Anni.ran Legion Post. No. 273 as compared with 11M In 1847 The their communities
Auxiliary at meeting held last |!reported 1.274 children enrolledthis Bayhaven of Sarasota and Englewood more. In an attractively illustrated AdvancementA

lot Tuet day evening at the Woman'sClubhouse. rear; at the end of the sixth:: led white schools with averages booklet which Dwight Anderson the- forthright hone and iiiw
: month in the 1947-48 year the of 96 per cent each. Sarasota executive secretary' challenge Is being offered to !
Society of the State of Soto County Judge
flureI'U 1145. and Osprey elementary reported Medical Lenis E P'ir-
Mrs pat Ainger was c'loJir.a -'n High
Other comparative figures with 95 per cent attendance. New York WM kind enough to vis to the electors of the '

\ke-piesident and M:.. the 1948 enrollment listed first last week
Attendance at Laurel and Bee send u< R s
c Waltz, Dans second v:cee-l- incladedenice: High 230 and Ridge negro schools averaged 99 Dr. Flint, who practiced W
Itt deal M: > Helen Clark was n.m- won renown -
221: FruitUlle 168 and 168: Laur. cent for the month. Millbrook for 54 Tear*
;,p td ,"'r '-treasurer ?fes. Roe I el 148 and 132; Osprey Gillespie! per I as an obstetrician and ,

y' 1. Tats' war elected histo'lii. Mrs I Bee Ridge' and Engle.'ood. 177 LearnBALLROOM pyncecoloRlst H- was the sixth

Charter Reiter was named cl'a'r'l, and 114 negro schools. 751 and : DANCINGwith I', doctor In his family In direct de-
mu of the Ways and Means
707.Fi'e DOROTHY B4RTLETT I scent
,rt, Cdunitt white and five negro with Arthur Murray I..i 'Now '79." the booklet reports
> Mrs Flo:*nce P.erce of F. M>"- schools reported average atten- I| "Dr. Flint continued his strenuous

9 rSa trs. drtrict pr dent: anted ai Installing dance of 95 per cent or better C.LL'L''lCE For Information 1972 hobbv of horseback riding and .vex.

s officer. during February Central and : fox hunting until four years ago-

4'f He was" professor of obstetrics and 4 Y
1.1ll W. K
gynecology at Bellevue Hospital

PURITAN Medical College and was very active
A Privilege le Live In Florid
in raising t %: the standards
A Distinction to Un i. Venice .. medlcall'duca'llJn." : ':
SILVERFISH KILLERIS. c Dwight Anderson l I. a cousin of r

I Charles McG Roberts of NokO. ,,
mis and visited t here during the

Realtor past winter LEWIS E. pt R\1S

-- Judicial Circuit to give a young

VENICE e FLORIDA I Benefit DanceTo man ment.an opportunity for adMtw-

ro \I. here h. T.rai.n Trail Meets the Op. Gulf A candidate for Judge of ft
Be Given cult Court Judge PuMA wrist:

nfikll"Ilj.I\.n "It Is your office. It Is your rod
On April 23 what will you do with It Mit |<
Will you re-elect a man also tui
served nearly 26 years to snode!
fcv NOWTHE \ benefit dan!. with proceeds six year term making his ten

going to the Sarasota County In office nearly 32 rears and aho
EXCITING: Welfare Home will be given In Is eligible to retire or will jn

RAYETTE ELECTRONIC the City Auditorium; April 23. give a younger man an OP.OrlUII'Ity
for advancement'
from 9 p-m to 12:30: aJn. under
4 Permanent Wave Judge Purvis' challenge tu d.(
of the Community Service
auspices fered on a speaking: tour Cub
CharmBeauty Club and the Venlce-Nokomls! has carried him to all part title
Proposed by Puritan chemist" o> Woman Club. district comprising Manatee. Bvasota. .

!tttf ti cording to recommended fo'"mlM Salon will be an Informal Charlotte Lee CoUItrHendl'J
The dance
of Glades and DeSoto Cow
Government e>pert>. Thi product
J Artie Miller Orchestra
affair with
ctmkxm a bait eicecolly c..... TRIME LtTILE ties
i furnishing the music. The candidate explained:: tin.:
pounded to ctract .Iterfth; frees
223 West Miamive
there Issues for JucJdI!
are no
r, their inocceu; hiding; plaoM, I Phone 2811 I Mrs. H. 8 Bowden presidentof office Insofar as the duties of tilt
when they could not be reached the Community Service Club. office are concerned but then

by contact poittm H gMy effecUr' I and Mrs Charles McO Robert. are he added quest'cni: to be ell-
In ruling homes of this; destructive of the Venice-Nokomis Woman tennlned In a judicial race Ht

peat Club. announced the following stated

7 1-2-oz. Size 69c PARTIES AND POLITICSFor I committee appointments: either"There Judge Is no Harrison question or mysel M li!

WOMAN CLUB being personally fit or Qualified
REDUCE DAMPNESS the duties of the omit
y the I Mrs. Roberts. Mri Louis 'sie- perform
years people of Sarasota+ County therefore personalities are not It-
.. gel. Mrs. Vincent B. Dixon Mrs.
s InveI..n volved, but principles only"
e.er- have, to all intents and purposes, been living Eugene Maier Mrs George T. The Judge lists three question

Devlin Mrs. Cunningham Mrs which he feel must be answerdby
e t NiHtIe4 .etc. under a single pam Astern, whereunder the Barry WlmbNh the electors in this campaign

ef 11MNI..ovr. electorate cast their votes for the individual: who COMMUNITY CLUB They 1-Do.are you: believe In the Dens

1 happens t" strike: their ttn\ The results, for Mrs. Bowden Mrs, George Hi- cratlc rotation principle In public of office a reasons*
wry g to help e.atrd Eel Mrs Clyde V Hlgel. Mrs. aL. there
I Ii ... ... wuaW,Wsr the mst pin. have: been extremely gratifying, Mundy. Mrs. James A. High- tlr 3..-ment Do you system believe?

-' ..410nM tower, Mrs J. M: Dick. S-Do-you helle\e in the ni"!
But with the resurgence of the Republican ---- of a younger man to seek Advancement

j Closet Size 98c t put} in the South and the sure knowledge 'Dick' ErvinCampaigns aloes? In his chosen profit

Basement Size $2.98 In explaining the first flueaw
that any number of those registered as Democrats Judge Purvis said a number 0states
number of W*
limit the
are normally Republicans who have disavowed oinw
f'l'i I pereoA may hold certain
In VeniceRichard In the State of Florida lovera*
their party and principles in order to are prohibited from .ucceed1111

maintain :a sa\-so in local politics, it has become W. "D:ck" Ervln,came denied themselves thAt In reasonable office. It rotation cannot

to Venice last week to seek votes democratic pr\J'\
important to exercise care in the selectionof I public office is a
Ir his campaign for election as clple. he asserted

Democratic candidates. Attorney General of Florida The candidate: In explabnlla
reported that a It'
That> In itself U not 'news. question tlrement system has been set Sin

d This year, therefore, it behooves the Democrats But when City Attorney M. A the atate allowing retlremell
Braswell took Ervin around and court Judges ate
of Sarasota for CIrCUIt
County to nominate the best
My u
Introduced him to his local constituents years of service jOal

men they can possibly find for the various local that male It "news." the hu served time required nearly six to years retire o. b

and state offices, for the Democratic victors "We know him to be eminently Pit'
May 4 must still contend with qualified Braswell said "and we question three. Judge
Republican candidates vis said that he had ChastI
urge all of our frtendj to vote for of f d
in the general election next November. him. He Is a nun: 0' outstanding I follow the had Judicial spent manY branch yeah 0
law and
character and Inteir)' both by educattteand
Unless the Democrats nominate candidatesof I IMARCIUSG actual experience on }tom se

outstanding integrity and ability, they may PRACTICE I qualified bench. "I otherwise fed that I I wouldad am ._s

be Members of the Ve-No-HI Bandare submit myself as a candIdate.d
Htt mast, efficient way to \prefect conceding the election to the Republican .
asked to = CouD't
assemble the
on DeSoto
U j
your clothes from moths nominees. PurvIs a lad
QDAUZED to give I pleitaatitj KMI parade rounds from 10 to native educated Ins 0'
schools, graduating
11:30: am next Wednesday, April University In 1932 with a Bacbr
> ..< far n, hi ntnm deaeef aW 21. Paul Ooldensteln. director. Invites i lor of Laws degree In 193'.. 0

(.Mri pntaclwi of moW.Oa FINN W. CASPERSENCandidate the public to attend: i waa elected aa County Judofnebeaua t
round Size ___,75af HedIt Ofather
.. _*1.2S 4 Ibs JIHE feat; or see.' married
for County Commmioner of three children. :....
GtESTsMiss of the '
He U a member ;

: fcHTH t District 3. Delma Casale of Salem. Church teacser of a work.clue a 01
STORE active In 80F ..._... tbs.
Mass, this week was the guest of bee of the Rotary Club
) Mr. and Mrs Frank Lanlus ='be has
...ne 1181 VENICE of I O Staub
Venice. DeSoto County on the ,
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