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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: April 22, 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
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071736
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System ID: UF00079934:00115
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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ity Tax IN APOLOGY AND EXPLANATION Sparse Attendance at ,


(EDITORIAL)

ollectionsLagging To all dog owners who were inconvenienced by the mixup In First Democratic

dog Inoculation arrangements last \\eek-end. The Gondolier, on behalf I'

of Itself and city officials, sincerely apologizes \
HereWith
To Dr. C. L, Butler, Sarasota veterinarian we also apologize on Political Rally

behalf of the city because promised arrangements all he requested I

Although such nearby cities as was a table and running water were not provided almost as many candidates present as there were in the ,

vats: Oorda have reported tax In belated recognition of Its responsibility, the city council last audience the first Democratic politic rally in thU area of the

ilectlons: already over the 90 Tuesday night authorized Councilman Smyth Biohaid to make arrangements current campaign was held In the Venice City Auditorium lust night

er cent mark Mrs. Helga Roess- / for another "dog Inoculation" day In Venice, probably Approximately 50 people were present at the meeting which was pre- t

:ode. Venice city clerk and tax In about two weeks This Is being done In order to accommodate sided' over by Hiram R Ide, substituting for James A. Halev, head of il I\:.
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lector: last Tuesday night In- these dog owners who through no fault of their own, were unable i the county Democratic committee, 1 c

ormed the city council that aj to get their pets inoculated last Satuiday who was unable to be present
June 5 Will Be
r April, general fund collections Th Gondolier believes the heavy turn-out of dog owners last reworks

ere amounted to only 73 per week showed quite plainly that the citizens of Ven.ce appreciate the Of the 11 candidates, or their

'. 'at: and sinking fund collections danger of the rabies threat, both to humans and their own pets, and Last Day of representatives, Introduced, only

,7 I per cent. desired to co-operate. School Here Finn W. Caspcrsen, running for

As a result, Councilman George IT WAS TOO BAD THAT OUR Clli Ot'FI'I.LSIERE Democratic nomination for coun-

r' oats this morning announced NOT EQUALLY AWARE OF THE IMPORTANCE: OF DOOISOn'LAno ty commissioner In District 3. provided -
Principal Homer E Mikesill of
Ca' he will, press for a "steppIngp" AND or THEIR RESPONSIBILITY :TO THEIRCONSTITIENTS anything approaching 1,
1 Venice-Nokomis High School yes- N
of the city'S tax collection fireworks" !
announced Saturday, JuneS
terday .
.4'I rtram Our city councilmen and city officials are supposed to look out During his; talk Caspersen flatly ; \
of the current -
will be the last day
II! Last.:Minute Report for the welfare of the citizens of Venice, We contend that means: school term The extra day predicted "the City of Venice '
WHEN THE COUNCILMEN PASS AN ORDINANCE REQUIR- will be broke three months before i I
11in V:s. Siede made her report to was added to make up for a school I
he council It ING INOCULATION OF DOGS AS A RABIES PREVENTIVE MEASURE the end of the fiscal yea
' just as was adjourn- day missed earlier this year.
THEY HAVE NO MORAL RIGHT TO JUST SIT BACK AND ,J
n r r.1 and few, except for the coun- Mikesell also announced several Big Increase ''

. l'::!n. heard It. The Informationad SAY: for the remainder Pointing out that the city* >, t
dates
" been requested by Council- \\ell, we passed the UH now all of you dog-owners just other Important present tax rate Is 21 mills, Ca..- :i j
r h of this term as follows:
lit an Bolts at the previous coun- run on up to Sarasota and get jour dog Inoculated or rise ptr>en. ex-Venice city councilman' )
, i U] meeting We 'an.t help It that the nearest veterinarian Is 20 miles away," MAY 7 asserted that "If an honest budget ; .\

t On every hand we hear re- No we believe any city official with the sincere interest of Reception for the Senior classat Is drawn by the present council ;

JIo1J rail of 'near.100 per cent col- his constituency at heart would have fallen all over himself to try Venice Country Club, given Lee by for next year that will mean they i: ,' r
Ronald
c: !'C:Ions. Botts declared. "If olhf to save the people of the" city the time trouble and expense that the Junior class ,will have to Increast It by 23 percent ":
Smith, Junior class; president, and l 1
III cities can do It, in these time,, would be Involved by such a trip class to make up for the money
Jwn r[ relatively easy money; I don After all. the main thing Is to /get the dogs Inoculated. Miss Peggy McGinnis Junior of they're overspending this year. i ; .1

re shy Venice cant get better In our opinion the city council did only half the job when it faculty sponsor, are In charge Theiefoie. if Venice has a 30- F

1 1IIr han a 75 per cent collection" I I passed the ordinance reoulrlng Inoculation of dogs arrangements. I mill tax late next year, the peo- 'jt

heap Settlement THE Cm, IF FT RE.oLLYU TED TO DO ALL IT MAY 11 I ple of this city certainly should : 1

r COULD TO rnnF\r RABIES CARES IIIRF !MOST ecuTAINU : Senior Class Day Tackv see to it that someone with financial f
tlr 'Eotts charged! that In the past IIOILD HAVE :MADE ARRANGEMENTS: TO HUE I Day i, Assembly program: In j I experience Mioud be on the : ; 'i'ii
Mice: City officials have permit- will ,
tlt A &TERISAUI.IIEUE AT A CERTAIN PUCE AND: ON A morning at which Annuals toard of county commissioners to \ i iI
-; the lax delinquencies to drag i
ct.l!l'll CERTAIN lAND THIN ANNOUNCE nUT FACT AHEAD be dlstilbuted make sure that the county doeint -
,
i and :en. 'after 10 years or I
5 the ity would accept settle- OF TIME: I :MU 30Commencement 1 i make their tax burden even dgreater. l
' Vainly The Gondolier tried to interest the city the Chamber of seimonUN ." r ,
' n 10 cents on the dollar .
,11III Commerce and members of cur local civic! dubs in that Idea In : *: 2 I QtulilicatiMisCa .;

IKiSPer'snallx I think :we should order to save perhaps 50 to 100 dog owners the expense and Inconvenience I Commencement : <,perscn, to substantiate his 1.
IIIbII of making Individual trips to Sarasota There are 17 members in till* '' tra- ,:
the admlni
\, ect 'I' taxes If we possibly claim to having
FInally. The Gondolier with the aid of Col! V B Dixon, who i Ha '% Ve-No-1lI senior class nm valuation, and fl-
w and I itend to keep press- I'I' tine property "
't' .> art'. collect ion' the counJTJH believes so strongly! In the necessity for dog inoculation that hf of the largest graduating classes nane'al experience) which he '

,: "d 'I do not thtrk offered to pay part of the expense! of biinKinc a veterinarian down I:) the school!. histoiv Tilt cut- maintained Is necessary to qualifY J
gliId here, and Councilman Biolnrd, tempted to hero local dog-ovnors lent Junior class ins 18 n1l'm-I
i I' ''I', those good citizens: I a man for the county tefnmlssion
- I what honestly the CITY COUNCIL should hive beis
do we
ha d to believe rointed out that he has been 11'
!tIII r : :v their taxes fully! post.
I regrettable But It wouldn'thave ------
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done That there was a mlxu was
.d r' to permit a few i li the nal estate buslne here
, contend. If ties, city official!, hid houldcied their
- ople their taxes slide, and I I occuired we Ft. :M\crs Stamps: for many years and, before coming -

11 Stir :r .: later on and effect responsibility I to F''or'da, w*is with the Chase

'5 'M" i 'at a few cents on the Indians: in Track! National Bank and the Banker( 1 t

11IDI s 0:.ar. Dance Friday Night I National Investment Co. Prior to
. Negro Quarters Show Tonight t, Meet, 101 to 23: I Ii that he r'Dd been a yardmaster ::1:1for

I Tile c ly: council last Tuesday Highlight Welfare Home Week'Tills '1 1I i tine huge Intrrboro Rapid i'

I.iI r ..lit > devoted con-1derahle I I mndiraiped by the fact thatIn I 'Coot need on "age Seven(

JM tc a discussion of the no- Fildiv evenim., rr'c"nl! I Dispit numerous counteratti several events they did rot t

11I&It' lously poor Negro quarter sltuon pm, to 12: ::30 am. I b nI'fit t Inns nrar-ca-,acllY crowd I even have an enlY.! the Venice-! Events .

.0 with H S Bowden, conn- dance will bent'Id In Hit C'tv' \naitorlum I attended the Tuesday and Wednesday | Nokomis Indians wilt walloped I Coming I '
MicK
ell 2 Pre 'drnt and Mayor Louts under the Joint sponsorship I night showings of .t>lave 101 to 23 yesterday In their
. 'alter. Onl\ benefit show nt the Gulf meet with Ft Myers Junior H.:sh
who brought the matter up of the Vtnlce-NiloniU Wo- Thursday, April 21
.-. 1 the fir' dace, ultimately be- mans Club and the Ccmmunlt Theatre being sponsored by the School held at Ft M>'eH 12:15 pm.. Rotary Club meet

III ''if appointed to see what, if Service Club Piocced of the Vo-Ve] American Legion Auxiliaryto However, 16.>eai.old Elwood at Ven CP Country Club

Vthlng. can be done about 1m- ticket sale will be given to the furnish a room in the new Sarasota McKinney, ninth grade star of 8:3': p m. Lions Club meets at

''litIt Prwment of the present East Sarasota County Welfare 110mI'fund. County Welfare Home. the local team, scintillated as eXpected Venice Country Club

rt rI l'en1re Avenue quarters or the The picture together: with winning the 100 and 220- 8 r m. Legion Auxiliary benefit -

instruction of new housing for MM filler's Orchestra will Pete Smith specialty and cartoon, yard dash events and placing sec- show at Gulf Theatre
Artie
s.IJOI and
( shown again tonight ond in both the broad Jump April 23
COntinued on Page Seven) furnish music forhe dance, will be Friday,
1MrtIo f which will be Informal! A floorshow Tickets are being sold by Auxil- high' Jump 9 pm-12:30: am.. Sarasota
by the Sue iary members and at various busi- His time in the 100 was 111 Welfare Home benefit dance at
will be presented
lit WeatheR I IPERATURE Fields Dance Studio of Sarasota ness establishments at the theatre and in the 229 26,3, due to a slow Venice City Auditorium

The dance, as well as the Legion 't regular 44 cent price, or may track, Coach Charley Gadd explained "* Saturday, April 24

UI"d Auxiliary's three nights of benefit be obtained tonight at the box He broad Jumped 15'7with 8 p.m", Democratic political rally -

" I RAINFALLHlfh shows at the Gulf Theatre, office, which opens at 7:30: pm the winning leap being 158and at Osprey
"ill"III y Low licfcM Venice's efforts to aid Those who attended the first high Jumped 4'11", with the Monday April 28

Piously highlights KIwanis Club in Its (Continued on Page Seven) (Continued on Page Two) 2 p,m., Ve-No-HI vs. n Myers
II reported rainfall .. 1.38 the Sarasota
. 4r4., Apr. 15 ..... 84 n 115 attempt to raise $50,000 for con Jr High baseball game Venice
1 home, MEMORIAL DAY I BAND MEETINGPaul ball diamond.
ApI' 18 .... 84 80 0.00t' struction of a welfare Ooldensteln, director of 8 pm., No-Vel post, American

1 1t Apr. 17 ..._ 83 85 0.00 Mayor Louis Suter of Venice In observance of Confederate the Venice-Nokomis High School Legion, meets.

un", Apr 18 ........ 83 53 0.00 Joined with Mayor J, Douglas In Memorial Day the Venice- Band, today urged parents of 8pm., Democratic political rally -
Sunday
. last closed '
. Sarasota will be
Arnest of Nokomis Bank
OIl", Apr 18 band members to attend an Im- at Nokomis
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lilt 12' 114. 0.00 this week "Sarasota announced -
It was
proclaiming next Monday
half-hour meeting at theVeniceNokomis Wednesday, April 28
". Apr, 20 ..........,83 53 0.00 County Welfare Home Week" In yesterday by J. T, Blalock portant
High School next 8pm. Democratic political rally -
td., Apr. 21 ._.._... 84 IS 0.00 the two cities They commended vice-president. Tuesday at t p.m Venice City Audltorliup

sal to date this ino4th 2.53 (Continued on Page Two)

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SPORTS I FT. MYERS HERE MONDAY


.h Venice-Nokomis High baseballers will play: Fort Myers j W

High here next Monday afternoon at 2'o'clock, on the diamond iii

East Venice Avenue near the Trail. There will be no admission chirp

--- -- although girls of the school will sell booster pins" to help pay (team


Only One Week Venice Bowlakade expenses Coach Charley Oadd Indians are a fast-Improving ball club alitwith
:
&k u TIDE TABLES Left in Local 1 only to boys on the squad : -

# Men's League being seniors, should be one of ''I championship tournament win j k

VENICE INLET Fishing Contest t the top teams In the Everglades held at the end of the season
I
Conference next year. The two Keys Franklin
(Punta Rasa Correction) I STANDINGS
t With only another seek to fOmo seniors are leftflelder Jack Pear Backing up Ed Keys,
+ l Hllh Lear t rej ll
Earl Lanlui
PinsSmktty's centeifielder
Ms. and
Thor Apr M I IFl 12:11 a m. ""u u m Bart
r 11:67 1m. ,:40 I'm Nokomis Clumber of Commerce"fishin' I 42 32.40: Conference Member Lanlus and Glenn :
Stephen
Air.lSit '1:16 a m. tiZ: a m. wilt be
I Il,1I, p m. ::27 p m. ('ont est" continued to Earl' 32 31.498I WhIle! Monday game When not hurling relief hn

F Apr, :I 2112 1m. rah 1m hang onto their places in the AdorJan' 32 28.331 against a fellow member of the Lanius cavorts at second ut
12:11: pm',," p.m formed Everglades Conference -
recently
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Venice Electric Z9 8.277 Stephens plays short Jim .
SII' Air 26 9:1u" m. Trot am19:67 competition for the 18 prizes that Oadd said it Is not known Fran!
Z9.\30 lin is the
p m. hb2 p", R t R Z7 regular catcher
will be awarded after April 30 will count as a reg-
Mr Air MTh 4:1' a m. bs'x 1m i Venice Laundry Z5 Z9.527 vet whether It Ralph Adrian holds
1 :25 I":4" when the tournament end.. game" towards deeding down fin;
I I Lemon Bay Post 22 27.:17: i base, with Joe Blorseth
,> Tu,',. A"" .. 27 1167 pm 1u,\I: Im chaIr. I conference championship at eerie
the
1 \Iod.A.l' 2,3 p m. IIH p m I Stan Richardson contest Venice: : Falmtule 19 ::9757 and Billy Hanklns and Ronnie lit

7 6? "r. Apr .' :jII" m. Il11an. posted two new loader on Venice Food 18 30.567 Smith sharing third base chore

-0- I the bulletin board in his R and High School 16 27.8611Veek's I Seme of"the schools don t have Rightfleklers are Webb Chenut:
ball teams, he explained "Lateron
R Spoiling Goods window thl Results and Doug Murdock: Pat She

ComplimentsOF I \eek RE. Robinett took overi.r.t W e will Play Naples and Everglades and Mickey Keys assist Earl iaolus

N rdnr.dabpr1! It I both conference members in center
and Elwocd
[ in the mackerel divl- M Kit
place Hah; ,'h..1 1 ,::t 714 Iia 1473 but It may be that a special ney, when track pel mils, plan
,'I. catch of one pound. .. ,
:on with a In" .i'.e' I Inn.1 'as' eiu.'
' t'nda.. II left
Plastic Boat April
Age htee ounce' liar H Offoid 1* R a R : tab ;""2 2Zr..i 7lnudlna -
vMng for a prize in the most \ .",... .;. -." 221- Track Meet
h."dl'I a pins.A '

andEquipment uniwnl fish i I ela'l with a n1l1e.1 :!""i;} ::;" :\:; .5.; ; ; ,Continued from Page One) fir 0 n\
... ounce blow' fis)' entry ,. ; ; .:, 'iI : !ME )a
I Co.
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N .nda.. 0..1 1sem inning event again being onlyone OUT 17
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The K CLUB I.. ." iap ZI' 7n.' GULF
Distributor of first Time
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Tricraft Fiberglas Boats mll"S your pre nce and "l f j. '"".t;: ; \" ':' :" 1 Jack Ooff placed third in the Theatre

v. vow bsntas Both are aoprerla'ed i 440 and thud In the Javelin. The
retailer of AVER \GE local school does not have a Jave- VENICE
Marine Supplies'! '('ompilidbMarjorle \clirlin :
!. lin in its tuck eqiipmtnt and Itwait

and Stop in for ,1tAreues. can ,League, S'rrl.tar the lii' 't time In his life that Box Office! Opens 7 30 PM.
\i 01 nclud n> It.I niche. famriUrn ,
: d" (cold drInk.. bl1l1ard01' -0- _
Ii Equipment Goff hid e\er hurled a Javelin
', IJI."oI' Chran'. :'nt.
;- .01101"31:0'1Than
rJ, I ..,...ooJ Fmm\ '" Coach Gad said Thursday
oIIIF IRULNOKOMI .. Hr. hrd..n. H HtsPt ;. A\>rl'! 22
t \enicr, 1.u"J" 1114 1m care going to try to get n
t : -. nOU1J J \" ",,, F...., I"S though" Oadd "SLAVE GIRL"
next
B. B. DUNN ,... .:..1', 1.,1: )javelhi >ear
.1 <" .,.. "I ,'m :!,', .... addtd 'The lo:il school also lack. fin Technicolor)

..... .1'l\h.....,,.'1 r .Far..t 1.,,:,'.,....'.,. 1 I i.A :. pole vaulting equipment. so did Yvonne 'DI'<'allo. George; Brent.

s ,, ". .. 01\1", .:I..r < 1>-. not enter that event at Ft. !My Cartoon Pete Smith "ptrialtJ

I.1.r.4. ...r .E..I'tintt, ) \'12li \e era iOthtr Selected' Short subjects"

7 Rii:\un' MK\K i: in \ I ".ii,,, ".,.'1. ..\1.n Hs)< I.n."oI i''al ,) tttfirn .. 1 Ir.ns who scored Sponsored In

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rHIEDJ.YTC\ )SPI, (EHE lit hard. \.10.Kmitq'K2.rit.CJ. .. I1.lf. ,-- Eail Lanius second in 200 vaic :Norl Post No 1,9
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cl ,. \.n"" Sod FOR YOUR FISHING AND "THE RED Hot sE':

I 1 111 r..th.RL H taR SPORTING NEEDS, Eduard G. Ui. In-un

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Aluminum : KIN South Tamiami Trail SARASOTA

With some boats trolling off the FEATURING

Venice Jetties bringing in catches
a Metal DAVE DUNCANOne
I; = ;, I of from 100 to 200 fish the spring

mackerel run Is now on It was report Man Quartet at the

AwningsJalousies Ringo of the Tarpon Center
Play Your
Docks. Ringo predicted the run RequestsAll

would last for perhaps another Drinks at Summer Price
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Come In and Get AcquaintedMike
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fr Outside Venetian type AwningsYour DANCEContinue

Porch and r I Do You Have
BreezewayWill ( I from Page One)
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Any Color No Extra Charge the project and urged every citizen J TITLE INSURANCE

able to do so to contribute to ?
Call us for Free EstimateNo the fund. Campaign headquartersare on the property you own

Obligation located in the Cain BuildingIn You will need one or I the
S Avoid oeiw
Sarasota, where other sometime i
contributionsmay about!
Come In and talk to us
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be sent.
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Co. Abstract Company


R G IIAINES, Owner

321 West Venice Avenue Venice:, Florida FOI UPICR! .BOI R6 lie T. of Sarasotd
Phone 3133 ,

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JERCULOSIS ASSOCIATION xslt 'and the Venl' 'e-Nokomls the sanatoriums te date. In. Major and Mrs. William E.

Bank, $620.18 for a casn depositor Headed by Cot A. J. Brandon, Jonas, Verman Kbnbrough, Frank 'I
FILES ANNUAL REPORT 83.817.22. The balance of $1.480
president, the 1948-49 board of McLain Mrs. M. R. McRae. Mrs.
Is In F Bonds.
directors of the association Includes Charles W. Mead Dr. Henry O.
of the Sarasota
The an'lual) report County Tuberculosis and The financial statement also
Mrs. Ota Adams, Mrs. Wil- Morton, Miss Lottie Oliver. Mrs.J. .
.was released last week by Mrs. shows that
Ith, Association Elizabeth Roose, the net seal sale Income -
.cutlve secretary and shows a bank balance of 15.097,22 on hand for 1947 was 13.889.57 after liam H. Coe. the Rev. Jack A. Davis i H. Privett, Miss! Elizabeth

fof March 31, 194>1 for operational. expenses. I deductions made by the associa- Mrs. George T. Devlin, Mrs Pinkerton Miss Cleo Rainwater.W. .
The Palmer Natlor.U Bank hits $J, 97.04 of this amount on de- tion for the state' and national A. E. Esthus Mrs. F. H. Godfrey, T. Roberts.

program In the:amount of $855.34. R. O. Haines, Rex H. Hardin. The advisory committee Is com-
Returns collected from April 1,
Dr. J. E. Harris. W. S. Harris posed of Doctors Hugh G. Reaves,
DAY PRICES TO FIT YOUR 1947 through March 31, 1948 were I
EVERY PURSEWALLACE'S $4.74491. Mrs. Maynard Holt, P. B. Huguen- Henry Vomacka and W. L. Wright.

I Five Per Cent _14".114114 -"I4I.-"I4'I
GROCERYfrozen -
Five per cent of the seal sale returns When You Want A Plumber> Badnn-

( Foods Staples Dairy Products is directed to the National
Tuberculosis Association which Be Sure That He Is GOOD
Meats
aids In financing research programs -
Dependable Plumbing
TlUUMI TRAIL NORTH OF NOKOMIS and 13 per cent IS taggedfor Contracting RepairingFull
the Florida Tuberculosis and
A.M.
8:30 8:30
Dally : P.M.
Health Association which con- Line Fixtures and Materials
Sunday 9:00: A.M. 1:00 P.M. .:30 P.M. 7:301'.111. ducts leadership courses training Water Pumps Pipe-and Fittings

Institutes and program consultation LET US FIGURE YOUR JOB ESTIMATES GIVEN e I

service. JOSSART KINCAIDPhone
r'" Major effort of the Sarasota association -
SAY--Mt was the promotion publicizing 3601 Venice, Florida
,:\ community preparationand ...!!">> "''''''''''''''''''''''''I##''''''''''''''ll''''''''.
YOU SEEN'ISLORDSHIP () registration for the mass X-
ray survey conducted In coopera-

r- ? ,.... I ) tion with the state health depart-
ment In January. Convenient . ,
,or ''f 'ljj; Furnished Material
C
The association also furnished to everythingYes r"
r ; '. testing materials and pamphletsfor
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7,," ) the tuberculin testing con- When You at the EL PATIO
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ducted by the Sarasota Health department Stay ,

)J. In all county schools.! You're Near the Post Office, Theatre, ,y
And cooperated In publicizing the
1 need for a free chest clinic here. Business District, Beach and Golf Course.
;
The clinic Is now In operation and
SPIC AND SPAN ROOMS SPACIOUS LOBBY
a
11; the association assists with trans-
portation of patients to the
clinic.
RESERVATIONS
_''' Work MAKE YOUR NOW !
among the Negro population
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,:,..',.74...'t. of the county also Is an outstand-
Climax your evening's entertainment at the show by Invlt- ing project of the association.Statistics ; .
| Inr a few friends home for their and yourreferred mixed
drink.For the whiskey, wine, gin and rum of their- and your--
I CliO ce. Visit Stastlcs given In the report as EL VATIc tiVTIL
to the number of Sarasota Coun-

JIM PONDER'SPACKAGE ty patients In sanatoriums revealed 225 W. Venice Ave.'ESICE, FLORIDA Phone 3572 Y.
that 16 had been admitted as
LIQUORS of April 1, 1948. However, one patient '
JAMES M. McCLURE THELMA H. TRESHER
'(II EoI '. I 'I" was discharged and two '
,. Owner Manager
VENICE AV.' \ "
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were discharged apalnst medical
advice, leaving 13 In residence at

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Variegated Rubber Trees


All Kinds Of Palms '


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VENICE GONDOLIER April *,
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I LIFE IN THE ROAR 6gKANE i r.CHDRCHEf VENICE-NOKOMIS CHLIACHB | METHODUI[


I 1 ., Point N.kemj..
,:_ Ctorn L. 'rVtednenday .
lIi..tor
PA .:41 ..... 8und.., Sr'h.. .
II a.m. Morning
'-'-''--- etas p..... Youth F.I..I"or ;'
tao p.m E..nlo" ,
1 7 :8I m.o.
4k prayer and rang Mr.I.,., lI'j'
"I I do not agree with a Hold sou .u>', but I v..11 defend Englewood Senkea
t, with mlite vour right to ,.iv' it.''-\'l) TAIJE: 10 a.m. Sunday Set! yin
II I.ami'P, iup't.
Published every Thursday. Editorial: and business office 313 ttrs < pm Church Mrtlc
,, \'cniirvinue. \enice FloridA. P, O. Box 63:. Phone Venice 3131. ';
II IIC IIs FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH

,,. MEMBER FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION j'. N..U at Mimi| A.....
NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATIONal s Venice
D. Com"b.1I r"
10 an Hill oIS Pa.iq"
Ad .rtiinj; ReprettntatJNEWSP.PEII II o.m. Morning .e,
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pm., BTl!
it A \'b RTIS : SERVICE. I:> (. 5an W.dn.rlay." .m. Errnint'

1 ,to'sawsd itv ( a J.\'C,_, (010'..,,' AlKK.>.*.1) pr.u. "' '''''0, _. Mid.

N. a\. S. OSPREY BAPTIST :HLRCH
R.... J, W.
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Sass eg Amtnca'l" Ad tft ttn and,} Town Newspaper It a.a. Sundt .
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Morning ", ,,'1.. o +
": No M,Ji (an Are .Chicago I I. III...OFFICE:.. Holbrook Ild& Sin F,iniisit. Cli31 I ( Eveninger. hr \Iprour r t '

t, C'ml Ctnlnl" Term nil' slot.' Pita York, N. Y. 3C1 White, Slot Seattle !. With I xvg martins._

4 M Entered l ai second-class matter June 6, 1946. *l the post office I ST MARKS CHURCH EP1 OPAL

,tr,,, at V>m,e. Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1679. I Rlvltra St nd P.' I. PI"
... II Dr. Leonard
-- -- -- W
N ---I i Eyes.
ulicnption r teit Ono year. $250: m month.. 51.50: three iI Priest In r '",
month, .5c. Classified advertising valet 2 unto per Morel, first 20 I i *41 ar a.m.Mo KUIHII nln/| '

nerds. I cent per word for each addition! word : _
.
S1 C' -:: i slew MUCH G 2N FC$.'1"d,\ : CHURCH OF JDo
ri ClkJtlU II \\IMI\M elder, and Pulilnhtr Ci4id iN T042ES 4OURS1ei Vence A-t
111.LIN UI1II\M i Oltlre ;Manager i: II.,' r I'. J. II

lion/ VI:I) KKIIH : hip foreman III II' a m Aintne,.,,......
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}, PHONE : hi"lar, '.> i'.m

; "TOO( } LATH! 1 TO (CLASSIFY 1 .17-:11111111i_ NIP I' No Answer' 3461 Call 2953 J' VENICE CATHOL *n.HPARTALLY

t Il': HI 'MLI. hJu .\\' VENICE TAXI v..... at Venice T."ra tiers

Rev. C L. L
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.! ..bo"! :hf 1.1.t a f, ..,'ui. r: :. : :. :: know 1u'i p,:i: :ra'! -_"": : :: _
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U,. .u .. .. .... Warren Aims To Outlaw I
<-f : .1J. 't-" ) ; : : : : : .j t '\ .1 'k; .1

Y J.1.: i:;one. D:: K Cta: : a:. : .,ii :a. nt and new .papumanc

.. \ tv d,'.ubtfu j a::c..i.t't .i\:

hI' l-.:'. 0; ...... Livestock I
( : :, : .t.11 J thu rate paj' eii .*,': 0. 'Deoffi Trans'

t :f' :..e .ar JOu : II i:- boaid'ust in ca
J "' .:_. DJ .> :-t: ala This practice while urdemoi Yes. there are TWO lorldasl .

r s. ;. :1 : : c:,. 'ic and against: the Interest of T ere ti the Florlua of bright

:"' .;;,' : 4':..,:, 'J.1 a1 tl U people a. a whole is the accepted FCden eal'hl'l. ou! lakes with
a: : ":::p..r. withundidatc eager f.sn. fruit-laden cltrui
waand the surprising
J, trees and erotic subtropical
.. 'h nt ;- that we pet a; good men Cowers; : a land of red clay hllli
.> .1: .. .
young man a' we do in office undei the cU'- and stately pines.
,i < ...d do ? real Job
cumstancei And there < the Florida In
,
.0 '.r, which danger
and derth loom
I r Maybe Dick Cooper can run i
I'M To rile up suddenly in the highwa>'s-
on a choe-string! and win. I m not j a :aid where the freedom of

lit t' Then Dick surprised eveiboa\ the sin to say that he can't. butI cattle: : to roam at large Is rated

do
barhe) .- I tough row to hoe and a rugged fuman. Beings.
j'i '
road to travel H' Malta good I lion, cvniraslinp pictures
l .i n by being the first cand.date t
impression and tokt; f n-ebut the were Jrawn this week by Fuller
,,
:.on with Sccietaiv of Sta.. Warren, candidate
for
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governor
is reach
question can he enough I
->;: a\' and d'pr'.r the necessat3 nhose tame for year
people! to do am totd.Worthw'ite. liii been
Inseparably linked
1 of (000
: with the effort to "Ipe| out

:? Eo that makes me a first cla*. The things he ad''ocates arewo'thwrile once and for all lime, the m"n-I : FtNCl"O l

'. nttl.ng-oj-other and I m ready are livestock on the ,
He sets the re-wrltlng : \f 1
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: and now to take my hat offs of Plurals constitution as one of Too FENCED 1
often it li the latter pic
,k Dck Cooper ..\-d. furtrerno the man challenges facing the I turf which tou 'ists-having ex I OPEN RANGE

: I Iay that a youngster good pecple and states that It calls i perlenced death, Injury or expense .

ouch to start from ceiling-zero for 'a new courage of citizenship as the result of collisions

t + 'nd develop enough support toot ." I with roving cattle-carry baric h1,

sole to poet his filing fee ahead Other actions he terms imperative to th'r' home states. Pro peo
kt. the visitors to llorldahl'l'olnll
t any other candidate Is noo are 1. Revision of the I the tale-of en head their!
': \i h. and If he i good enough tate tax structure: 2. Increased '' automoDl: toward other vacation

'., do tr.at he's good enough to b : educational opportunities; 3. Bet lands

r Oo\ernor and more power to h.m I j ter public health standard: 4Conservation 'I That Is only! one of the rea- I

" I It I n a matter of record that I of our natural re- antis shy Fuller Warren, sine
.<;''''f'Jl political I source hn early days a. the state legls-
campa! .'.
gn es- I Nature, has
:?''CaU; >' those for state or federal l i He has gone on record as opposing for a campaigned statewide unreasinsy law to-

1j j es. are costly undertakings I the proposed sales tax : end the barbarous open
range
id the figure generally set b\ I'I when: he assails as a "tax upon I II As governor, he edges tov

yra -ea"arced political ob-ener 1 is a man i grits and side-meat" He ( )>rk even harder for passage f.

l 'rom 50.000 up In campaign! s would rebuild our tax structure ( such lev,

where these are several well-heel- on ability to pay. I i Are tourists the only victims
-d 1 contenders of the highway 'ranges"' a
: combined expense s Lnless I'm wrong and my recent Ju.t recall the h-nilllnn Observing that "h1ih waYI do ample, would not be liab'e In !
m into
hundreds of thousand. I misjudgment of Cooper I One read I.. your IOu not start" and stop tit county event one of his cattle escaped ,
newspapers,
i Attempt have been made might well indicate that I could I w' irren remind the voters of lines, the former state legislator to the highway after h. had

through legislation to lim t the be people are going to want more I .Florida ""..honl Bon Hit Tow, and Jacksonville attorney taken reasonable precaution! w

t amount of money a candidate ca- I!' pacific Information from candidate TUB Children Killed" -...urne."I' to pointed drive out that It Is Impossible prevent such an iccldent. I

spend: and Mme of the cxp-n- I % in the coming election! than i! Dies After l'rat.ht: Cattle I JatMonvllle from Keyest to Warren says he Is cominrrJ (I

statements turned In bv C\ndd: ha, been the case in the pastHow I Blamed 'Tir-Tatik Collision to Jacksonville or from Pensacola cattlemen art coming I more '!4 ,
ates are ridiculous 1f".I.lIaUz. ramllv" without passing more to realize that Lush III ISM
i in the f'r.. ,,f And Who : "" through at lea.t .
Vhile 1 hf''e onedeath Use !
the actual amounts I in local IIV.ernm..nt. Iran' will benefit the Industry
; '
for b>' mend ofcotters pent pa:j Thty are not going to be sail s- I ." says Filler Warren ronnty He pointed out that raid 1f 1

tltude of a mul-1 fled with having a stand contend that the menace of I"the 1939 legislature __ |B which ire allowed to run !100bl "* ,
guy .
political campaign' upwave llvestork *'"h:
sl ins on the ie
hlchwavs Is served before volnn. In romprlltl"
> losing oat
and makes a mockery of a flag and say what ough'to something which tarring for
laws 1 lim.! cannot he put Navy gee new with rattle whist are fenced-
..
Itlng such be done tn with until .r'.I.-Wurr"
expenditures They w1lwant to .verv county has Introduced a provided with the bert F"
Selfish Interests know HOW it Is going to be doneand gone hr i the .nnrlous pro bill! In ban cattle iron the high- Jag land, kept ont of the eat
Celt o: ar-11nor! wo.Tt; .
loom ) kept
Thanks laws to of : and Jlaenae and
to the WHO la-m f ft
selfish interestof is going to do It. no <, the n'vh"vavs ritt" Although 1 factions It was killed In under condition.I In a
groups. cliques, and Oratory alone As the scrum tensing .. t
interest wont win the chart committee sentiment In favor I .dlnll can b. controllrd.
concerned with ftinat. 2 of Florl.'B of
who 67
upies the oc governorship any more than Era are coun theeasure or for a similar Warren now tour la : th'
gO\'ernor'achalr open ran-e with livea law
candlates nai increased the
for
dmoney alone greatly l state In his campaign
can win :ckj-
don't find it too difffcultto It, but a rat\ will. Seventeen throughout the .tat.. all eitlMM -
urging
Is
governorship, .
develop generous mixture of both a'e partially fenoed Only 18
worthwhile along The to
financial up- are bill ht will recommend to sur-wt his efforts
completely
port. Oftentimes with a right reared. although as Florida ss -
several candidates smart amount of two St. Johns > governor Warren empha- erase the plctu.t cf "
t running for the same office horse-sense and convincing arg- ,have Conr. whit| no fencing I.eM| 1"11I j|| sUes Fill I. M "., be anful e <.. I land of death injury and e*

can tap the same sources Con ument will/ probably turn the .'' n. a <'' i9 The fiiirw were on to either small or large call emen pense from this hazard. .."

tractors and firms with something trick t "n f""H i resent Suit C. Industries In one of the state'( great "Let'i make It all su Incas'
01 C. relM !. Warren seeks to *n- 1I0.ur. SeBltb. and ball
courage A cattleman, for ex- U bit appeal.
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Dan McCarty' On I Campaign HatJACKSOMILLE. FLORIDA TO SPEND $70,000 j Everybody likes to hear a

Speaking.:Tour Of I I ON SUMMER TOURIST ADS good fairy story, but few ;

Florida people beleve them anymore
North TAMPA ... Florida will upend $7000 In advertising to stimulate t

spring and summer tourist business, !
fORT PIERCE Dan McCarty. That sum, largest ever allocated for spring and summer promotion ,

citrus grower cattleman candidatefor was approved: by the Florida State Advertising Commissionat

governor, who was 1941 speak- Its March meeting here. This is no time for fairy 1
The allocation will be spent
Florida house of representatives
the
of
? will take his camjalgn principally in newspaper and scriptions describing Florida. tales. i ,
magazine advertising spring and summer attractions.
north Florid next week In Thirteen
Into national magazinesof Inquiries will be answered bya
ta final swing through that section general circulation, businessand new booklet, made up as a This is a time for
prior' to the prImary on sports will be used In the travel folder with full color pictures X

May 4McCaity. campaign The commission! authorizedthe facts!
who has already Newspaper Ads printing of 700000 booklet!
Florida's advantages as a spring for distribution to chambers o,
ipppared In 65 of the, 67 coun-
and summer resort will be told commerce. travel agencies and
ick b: >n the week at Monti- in
newspapers in Northern
seven other outlets In addition to use Pll' ShancN would like to sthl" rf
cello Monday morning. He will d and seven Southeastern states, In
Inquliles
answering
end 'II'! day in D,'Land after having i Including Alabama, GeorgIa, Ken /, he could wave a magic want: .

: arred In eight counties tucky Louisiana, North Carolina --- cc-nbnp a couple of offices and
and making nine speeches which South Carolina and Tennessee Baynard Elected
I
sale you $8000000 Ha:
a year
j tvp II| of the whirlwind pace 'Florida normally pets a
jie F' Pierce canddate!' has set I While I I tain number visitors from crr.1 President of wont nay It bocaa-e.it' ran't be

h:m 'If during the concluding most candidates tosi their hats Southeastern '" '
or state*, J, Sax :\ : dtne.Six. '
n( K< ''he campaign. In the ring when (hey run for Lloyd of Daytona Beach v c' i V-N Rotary Club
office, not so Mrs. h rUe G. chairman' of the commission explained -
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Brown, candidate for Delegate- but Robert S. Btynard. president o'
our advertising
: pio-
LORIDA Needs a Man, asfyvERNOR at-brgf. she Is wearing hen 'tram l; signed to increase thin I I the Ve'ice! Land Co lat wen
through the
campaign! and Is
buMren" was elected present of the Yen-
I 1 with a Record I II Ie tf counting on it to bring her a ,
: Club
lot of votes" toitlnin.tales in which the Ice-Nckomls Rotary He succeed

. Mrs. M>itie G. Brown Is the "IB JVOdcIl :IVi| kU1UiailMApB| I, ? J. T Blalock .
wife of Dr. E. F. Brown, of Delaware Illlno: Indiana. Mal' '- O'her officer named were D

Jacksonville and Is running as land. New York Ohio and Permlinia I Campbell) Cra fcrd, \\lce-presl ""- + ,,.' '
an uninstructed candidate for '\' Ads also will be placed dent: Ben Dunn (secretary: Pan1 r
delegate to he National Democratic In (the District of ColumbIa.To Roebuck serceant-at-arms: B'a. .a t :
s Convention.Mrs. I'so Radio Too lock, treasuier Directors, In addition .

Brown Is now Slate The first extensive e of radio! to the officers Include M /.. \ ") 'f: ",f
I "
- Democratic Committeewoman will be made. Lloyd said with 10 iA| Braswell, George Mitchell, and fl. J1

( and Secretary-Treasurer of the radio stations earning spot tran A W, Moremen.For I "", ,1
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Columbia &'" >
County Democratic f
Executive Committee. She has
L v
,
tw f been a member of the State I I

11J4a-: ., "' ., bon Committee and Florida since 1932.educated Florida, the L. Grady Burton (1JW' ,.; +l

taught school In the state for I .
e several years She has long Candidate For \t
,: .. been Identified with fraternal /
.' "... and civic I organizations Is a Attorney GeneralA W. A. "Bill" SHANDS t

member of the Baptist church
the H oman'i Club, Business and Bit Strands would like to sir t p
Professional ttomens Club Order capable and experienced lawyer with hat If the population of Florid
an outstanding record of public service
Wet! the rent four years of Eastern Star American Joublts or triples all the roUt.chcols 1
lie1 'n store for our state our Legion Auxiliary and Chamber STATE ATTORNEY: 5 TERMS e BUSINESS M\N a CIVIC and other things neeJaJ 1
w and the world ot large noon of Commerce. I LEADER a \KTFR\NHORUM\ARI Dud ?e provided with less mooft, '

nows But, whatever comet While uninstructed, Mrs Paid Political Advt He won't say it because it cant bo :
., Florida mud be prepared! Brown Is not In accord with the -- done and anybody with even a ;

The times call for an Civil Rights BiU. modest amount of business' exixr- I !

experienced .. ...thi '
mon o man -- --- lence knows It can't be done.
successful record of public ,
iwvice: .o man who can, and will, FOR QUICK. RELIABLE
hart a sound and constructive SERVICE, CALL Bill \NDS\MI1/ : NOT I

course for our state government VenicePlumbing PROMISE WHAT I I HE
,J
0 man who Is equipped with
t the ability and with actual ShopBox CAN NOT DELIVER! ..

eip.'ence in state government 14, Venice Phone 2153
.. 0 man who won't hove to 'J
Thunder and grope his ways \\HAT/ Bill SHANDS

"und, trying to 'learn the ;ob PROMISES TO DELIVER J '
.
e "') ernor a man who
toot| over the |lob of Chief ton "Let's Put JusticeIn HE Will. DELIVER! ') 1

I Ew vii.e of our state without The Court House." "
I on. lou of valuable time Above i : i
Bill Shands premises the wlret "
I el
Florida needs a man what (PAID POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT) f
I ntord possible expenditure of every Uc:
clearly proves! him to b.
I performer cent collected Bill! Shands prom- (. I
not a promiserl
I I Colin English Is the man If I II It lies economy consistent with the s '1\\ !
demands of a great and growing \
I Florida
needs for the good
state Bill Shands' record If a ., '
.
did best I
| interests' of all Florida. Capable-Progressive I.
record of promises kept. That record t I '
Remember Colin i
English has will stand when he leaves Uia
trued for the post eleven years office of Governor. "
J 01 o member of the Governor's i.

Cabinet the executive I
I committee-and other Important !
I Mole boards and commissions, rtf THIS IS A TIME FOR :
Ed Fraser, successful .
during' the administrations of ; '

th," governors. ., nurseryman, has proven FACT, NOT FICTION ft

Important I Remember In these his ability in both the 'r !l
times, political
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+ promises ort no jeer| than the toT business and political
The fact is
candidate who makes th.m..no ,
boner than the ability and public w01 Ids. As jour Comp 4

record of the maker to keep them troller he will handle All Florida needs

Colin English has done
great :
hh"gl for Florida...Ol Governor; your affairs as you want 'i

do greeter things ELECT them h-iH H, honestly
"
ALL Florida I You can judge SHANDSfor

." and only oecompliihed..andth by what they hove. JOHN D. and ef clen tly. 1

c ndt+ees of their program for
he good of all the people Read JUSTICECounty
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'Point
program of Colin I
tpiah 1
for
i o greater Florida... JudgeI
'lOt. for and RE-ELECT


I r. I I Would AppreciateYour VOTE EDWIN G. (ED) FRASER Governor.1.


And SUPPORTPaid STATE COMPTROLLER

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Hoof Work of All Kinds: Re-Election As 1'1110 .
-j 1 r READ THIS COPY wellsYOU :
ALVIN p. JONES
.Ibcnrv Bus, 2873 Home 2981. County JudgeForrest OP THE GONDOLIERWHY

NOT MAIL IT WAITDeke's
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Chapman. Democrat
Dependable candidate for re-election as coun- TO SOME FRIENDUP Shoe Repairnut
i. ou MM
I ty judge, a post he has held for j sun.
Y NORTH? (Vmira AM.. Colored Btctl.)
Service the fast: 10 years. has pledged
himself to continue to give the -
PMr 14 E SPECIALIZE IN
Chrysler Products public "the kind, considerate and I
efficient service In the future as ,
1 its I have In the past." A Privilege; to Live In Florid I
NOKOMISGARAGE Judge Chapman points out that
A Distinction to Live in Venice
e It during his 10 years of service as
county Judge "I have not. been
out of the office more than 10 H. N. WIMMERS
GEORGE T. DEVLIN days and have kept the office
n
} Phonr 2511 open from Monday morning until Roller
Saturday afternoon at five o'
I VENICE FLORIDA
t ) ISttW i}r clock.
He also pointed out 'I have Where the Tamitmi Trail Motets the Open GulfENGLE'S'
I
!
i .... .,. laced driver's license, hunting
Louise Alford and fishing licenses on sale at I[.Frorm vum Jlflt'lfrfl1. .
i Mrs Nell Alford. who has served conveniently I located places --=
ai Florida's National Democratic -I throughout the county for the''I
Committeewoman for the benefit of the public as well as TEA ROOM
last four years Is seeking reelection encouraging people to renewthese
to that office Long active licenses by mall which enables Tfl. Venice SI86 Englewood Fla.
In political affaln. Mrs. Alford them to obtain the new licenses -
)10'HER'$ DAY served four terms as a member of Kith a minimum of trouble j OPEN ALL YEARDELICIOUS.
State and expen5'e,"
the Democratic Committee
Soon It will be
t Mother's Day 'May 8'. prior to becoming state Committee As the father of five children. SATISFYING MEALS
I There it nothing too woman Judge Chapman also stated "that SALADS SANDWICHES

vj on VIlj her for day Mother you should and She Is president of the Jacksonville stand places most me In juvenile a position problems to under-,, Serving Hours: 12 2 5:30 8
Outdo 'If. Garden Club, past president -
0 your don'tYOU
r have at all times given unspar- UE RAISE OCR OWN BROILERS
think? She'll well of the Duval County Feder-
com. a rIft ot Jel/o elry- ated Women's Club. member of ingly of my time and attenlon to Closed All Day Tuesday
and 'e''e got Jut that
Juvenile matters. _
the American Legion AuxlllaiyPost
special gift that will/
please Iwl' Come In No 9, and organized a Red ::01
non to make your Cross Ambulance Group and served 2633 -Sarasota2529 '
"Sick Radios Made Well In Venice-
choir for Mom" ai Its CJ"'-'- for 10 years. Phones
Modem Test
Equipment
She I Is an sr'!,'. rr"nber of the
KNOWLESJEWELERS Genuine Part Free Estimates
JacksonvlllCa!! "rer United Ambulance *-
tp i Daughter nf tV Confederacy andIs PHONE 2672B.

'! Pttst Office Arcade Church' i member of the Presbyterian ServiceDay & W. Record Players

r fs ks or Night Srtrhrii-Carlson Portable Public Address Systemand
For Rrnt Br Day. Month or Week
MID PRINTIVC Prompt and"CourteousROBARTSSHANNON Brew..trr Radios AC or Btterv Operated

Phone THE' GONDOLIER, I VENICE RADIO SERVICE
\ ::.:('- 3131.
q Funeral Home 251 W. Venice Avenue CECIL II. CRIME:

"'S:. \ MMMMMEJt

k L. N. Shirting


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FORREST CHAPMAN

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'i f Earnestly Solicits Your i tg

Vote andSupport WARREN




As Candidate For 'lII a ea, I I AU-FLORIDA'S CANDIDATE FOR GOVERNOR"florida's

r Re-election As .

COUNTY.JUDGE important tourist business must be encouraged by every

.J A 4 possible means" says Fuller Warren. "This means the utmost help for

development of our tourist facilities, our wonderful natural advantagesand

ForSarasota pleasure opportunities and expansion of Honda's state advertising -

County / program to tell the nation about them:'


ii I i Practiced law in Sarasota for 14 years prior to Warren knows Florida and has a to eliminate the tax on gasoline

becoming County Jude and have served as County progressive plan to solve her used by fishing boats and farm

( I Judge for J0 years problems Warren opposes c equipment. And when Warren is

My kmnvleJije: and experience as a trial lawyer general sales tax. Warren wants your Governor, you won't have I

t for these dears and my experience as Judge for the to "see any one to see" Governor I

past I JO years well qualities: me for the office of Fuller Warren!

County Judge.


I YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT WILL Win/ With/ /


Ifi i DO GREATLY APPRECIATED WARREN / feoldk.l

P PAID POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT

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jjCLASFIED: ; I I ADS 2ol..cent.., RATES r.: [4.'I,each .df- fl'1":1.1'

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FOR SALE FOR RENT BUSINESS PERSONALS REAL ESTATE FOR SUE REAL ESTATE FOR SALE


gpFClAL FOR THIS WEEK GUEST HOI'SB FOR RENT CONCRETE WORK and tMl.kln" Louis '
Phoe"rrtopto from $6.96 129.96. FOR THE SUMMER Adoriaa. Phone Venice 2685. DESIRABLE SELECTION of businessand DON'T WISH YOU HAD
Sitters, .Pri" A' .DL. phon Nicely urnlnhrd Will ventilated. mitiwilUl .1... In city of V.nlc.
.: rTt ". I worth of ..... Comfortable' and Pl.... Utilities In. Earl Cottrell Paul Nave by owner If Intrrt-.lfil ."iwrt you .n. '
'..Urb'AIPHA:*-'! p1660.IS "ud.od. 8|..tclal. summer ,.t... Privacy P.D.Q SEPTIC TANK CLEANING ...tllI.... Addrni Bin f*, Venice. Fl. 50' x 159' Building Lots
MUSIC: SHOP Ready for .o"p.ne' May 1, Mr.. Bona Modern pumping tqulpmrnt Work ran .
tlr"lte Theatre Venice. Mil Terry Phone lk11.HELP. antenl Phone Sarasota 70-640 or Vrn.". Oroveland Avenue 1
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1614. A COMPUTE

READY garden tractor with. due, ha WANTED GENERAL REPAIRS Lawn mowers. REAL ESTATE SERVICE $200.00
I- And plow radically n.... Una Call sewing machines. stoves washing mm
we 8591. chines, .t. Saws .h.rpen.d. C. A. Lamb S.I,. Rental Paved Electricity Water.
RESPONSIBLE..m.n for h."h. Just off Trail -
near Snug H.rbo. P. 0
ONE .10 Ia' birycle In good condition Aha wrote nn ..t rhlldnvvininm. .n afternn. and Box 167, L.orel. Covering the FORT M.tHIIREA: an.
.. W. H W.... MI (;,0.. Del., Enll'' Call Venire 1761. all of SOUTH" EST rLOKIU/k. Mo STRONG STURDY PLANTS for Flor pit ho,"... to beautiful r,v.,fr..nt estate* .
J-: ida landwapint low prlc.et. Coastal I ju'ahun Including Improv Purchaser to pay fo Abstract 't
TRAlLrR or loch MtlKOYS od and unimproved tropical hlandi, bead !
LARGE .nlnll. LEGAL NOTICES NURSERY, Laurel'
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properties fiKhlnli Imlitei ninen. dcflred :
"9. Like new Cull 2663 t r a e Ed Smith Established 1031 K abstract
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I opportunities and Income .h''' Includ
Tra ler Pull.
Buy
votive Turn right at Laurel Post Offic
i hotelsoperating
__ Inn motor controls. trailer camps
NOTICE TO APPEAR ranches, forms and groves :
..In.d PfK.tire I Foe I r' 4 WMtintVine by M hHEtTROl Sewing M. I TIJ, JONI'H! R. ISII'UIN end ,dr.. \ \."rd GENERAL: ....rk. Murk HAULING fill dirt and ntiactlnt shell, aand complete Large and rental small er\lce tract. i..f. Send land .for. free. A H. Wimmers :, 't"t,
,. |)...... windows. Eluded Claimrtftlon SYLVIA WEINSTeIN Pete ElK.. Phone 2012. .
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descriptive folders a"d maps i f this trupifal .
I
*. K.*nnahle. See Mr. Sunnier at ,
Hotel
e o I Packer. nectionTFCOTr REALTOR It
s I I.f Veniea 4ve. over Jim Ponder LI i. I Perth Amlk'y. New .I,'r... I .
,r 61nre.t'SED .. RALLYContinued REALTY INVESTMENTS
Y"IO. and each f yuu art lx-n>h) rr.I VENICE. FLORIDA
erect ti ..,,,,... .nn the 8r.du.I > ..t MHAD .'. 047 First Street Fort M..... Florida i
"RNITt'1lE" of all I I'..., 237: W. Miami Aveetoe.arse .".,n,t you in the l'lr'ult mutt *Fverxhlnv In Real !F tate" LOST Jr
Nut In und for the ('n my ..If u",..... State
uf Flnrlda, entitled. Hylr V. 11..1 I v. Transit System In New York. Both the ISUAI and INU81ALCiedlt '.! i '
IN9:\P11'.61VE. May and Ii day alarm I'inc. Hotel I l''P1'r.Ii. rl nl +h..rrithKll.intlffmk.il N' Silver E.... r'''_ Itritaw i;
"k,, p...k.a latch,. wrist ..."" ,-... ,'ul..r.,' tmn-l.nl > M Cousins. former Venice mayor -- -- -- -- and ..... Inscription 10..dP. Itowat.'d Rw'- tor
,1 I. 1 I.. for rhnc,I .. .. 1< phone 25ul.: Lenur Dow
"t "r f .h.n. R. lion Kit l you and others u t> w and who also Is o' '''N.
"* i 3i" 8. Orn" Saraeroa' i.r h.ddern I "f a ....i,I,,1 I montage "n the contending for the Bureau of Sara> a." Tr..II'r._ ('.,'h. ...
I ICnllnued f..II,,wlnit di.rtTwNi r>n.|*rt> in ".r.'lli post did not appear at last night All three candidates for sltcilff ---- --- -- --
C Florida I
""nty w a,01
SHOW LKH I.. 20. b.lh I In.lu.i k'. and, I (hWwt meeting He Is a witness at the Ross Boyer. Doug Pearson ho City Council
II fort ..r 1 loot *. .1 In IUk 4.4. Tampa federal
court trial of two .
Ih.1I1..... Sti"n ..f V,'niev. Florida I.cr Is the Incumbent and Jim Day '
( from Page One) "rd.n. In pint hrnmf nr,"M in I Plot Sarasota County commissioners gave brief talks, with Boyer and (Continued from Page Oi''''' j'
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II k 2. Pump I Public Itrcordt "r K rinta
('aunty. Finish. end I kln.n >. thePita. Otis Howell and J. Oliver Alder Day both emphasizing: that. l If: other of Uu
sop tamances "Slave OH'1. Negroes 11 sonic part }
Hotel nuildiuaWitnr. man on charges of convertingwar
elected their
they would devote
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nlcolor m> hn.nd "rr.,1 I 1 nl city 4
Te romantic Comedy F...."... Florida. ,1,1, toth toy "I March surplus property to their own full time to the sheriff's 1oi,.
'ama attiring Yvonne de Carlo All. I"" 4M. 'use. City Attorney M .V. BiiflirH II
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N. A \mflirk Burlington Present '.
nati
Informed the council that the
id Gcoise Brent were virtually "f Said, resort Other
Talks Although L S. Bulllngtcn, former -
h rr.I"n krappUrputy 1 against A. E. Blackburn for UM
narimous In it Clark. However, the Incumbent Si 1
praising as an commissioner Sarasota High School teacher -
the waterworks he txr-
M A. llra>*. II I owing on ,
xce;tionally amusing and enter- K".II...t"r for Plaintiff W. L. Woodard of Laurel who Is campaigning for the merly owned had been settled o.it
aining film.Through V" nlf. t'o\o. and two other candidates Mrs. school I'
county superintendent Job .
Air I. N. 11. .'. 144'4VACATION. of court. He presented the eoun1 '
special arrangements Mary Scott and E A Burt made was present at the tally he did 1! ell with BHckbui check fir

ith Mr and Mrs. Victor Rctty biiif talksWoodaid. not speak in deference to his opponent 1490. jJ
wncrs of the Oulf Theatre the TRIP promised( "Til do the Verman Klmbioiiph who I I $ t

nlrt mt proceeds of all three Mrs \KxandrIirphVrrlc" \eiy best I can up at the courthouse was absent l'I.nRI'liGIrl..I. : : !
a, I\e been doing and allI Only other cand'dite to l
ghts will be used 'p-al .
to furnish
a Office clerk hat gone to Lni- r I':"l" rK"
pONt .
nom at the Sarasota County Wel- can offer you I* lust Bill Wood- was Ide chairman of the hoiu m ,.I "irk ; 1
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AI.I.. to visit hron-in- ard." He dented recent press re- J .. ,,,
Ipt Bonn it was announced by long meeting who mentioned! tha r 11: It", i ,

Irs Ralph o Impson. chairman law and diuhtu: Mr and Mia, I port; that the county Toad and he Is running, unopposed for the 1'I.4oTFit ( It41T At4Ve1'i. 0'' f 1
.
''f I the LejIn Auxiliary commit- I Doug Cunningham: She will! b(. bridge filed Is In bad shape assertins Democratic nomination frr justice Phone Venice 11'41' ?

: :: "we lw $10.000 more on of the in this district. t
(Poo In c: aige. away about a month peace
I hand that was overlooked and will

bi ibl'; to finish up the year all II. ,

right,; I Lawns Maintained and t

Mi, !Pratt gave a Minlcht-for- t '
VENICENOKOMISBANK Property Cared For
\\nid talk interspersed with hu-

nc. and ai'l'iaed' to the voters B" Curing Your Absence t
.r
to r'I1I ltr the fact tint he !Is *
C1ce < : IlkliMKCLLARING ,
woman as an asset not a liabIlity. ilTif pt
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rur.tnlnlt l Remarks I 1 YI

VENICE FLORIDA Em' be'can )hs fall with dls- : : LANDSCAPING: ni i I DOIllC. t4
iinrlnn ronn:ks about the "ftmncal I

Statement of Condition i ability of he first speak- HAROLD RATES

\l: ICE NOKOMIS( KANK ; 'I" 'Cispoi! '.'en and went on to .
i from Lout- ENGLEWOOD; VENICE: 33'11rmms
ic;'nl that he came

Venice, Florida sini: : 'wh<'r I \\ai associated

\pril 12th::! I'Ms) :: I \llIh Lone:mel' He added good friend that though Hupy / 4 1 4 4. l t + i

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Clllhiensed from Kepnrl to Col1ll'trulkr many ,'"i pl!<* In Venice m gh' not Ttt .sm.-

know him "I know a lot about M Im ,

RESOURCES many of you. Inasmuch as of I the am y .
and operator
I Loans ;md discounts . . "> -s'-::! ::!.ss the owner

0\erJritts . . . . 53,25' ::! :; -

inking I louse, furniture & fixtures 1 S.(15Si Worthington I tavern


Other Resources . . . :::!, Vi t.5l) Apartments1I00N.J.t't'plntr
j
U. S. Government Suite, 125 South Tarniami Trail Vci:ice

RInds . . :5524,85tl.uu:; ::! () for rent at simmer rates Trail"QUALITY
"The Bright Spot on the i
the
Corporate Stocks 2::! ,.5o.ollCash () < > I I Also for "ease year
'round a< !low as S jO per Z DRINKS AT POPULAR PRICES
& due !
month Apply to Worthington -

from Banks 7)9,825.( Apartments In Venice Delicious Sandwiches When You Are Hungry

Cool In Summer

1\7.li5ll::! \ ) Warm In WinterPainting I PACKAGE DEPARTMENT l I nl


SI,541,548.38LIABILITIES / 1 ;


\\ ,d"lht/" '''rn. Penn BlendedWHISKEY .


a

Capital Stock . . . . S 25ooinjy'

Surplus . I . . . 22loOIJ.ou() () $3.29 fifth I x

Reserves . . . . . 3loH8 O O t ,
Bellows Fine Club
Undivided Profits . . . 2)89.7.1

DEPOSITS . . . . 1,488,15526 t GIN
Upholstering

SI.54J.548,38 Body Repairing 90 PROOF ,

Electric WeldingAnd $2.95 fifth


"WE INVITE YOUR ACCOUNT" General Auto Repairs RUMA


Mtmb.r of Federal I Deposit Insurance Corp. Stancil & Potts VARIETY OF BRANDS

Miami Avenue $2.89 fifth

SSGOO For Depositor $5000 Phone 2541 .

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Thursday
r VENICE GONDOLIER April ;\

s.. a'age tight
ENGLEWOOD SCOUTS AND

Pick Guides to Elect Nokomis Beach
Cub Scouts I CUBS RECEIVE CHARTED
Reaches ,
Up 2,000() PoundsOf Officers Tonight Fund
I With over 40 boys and their parents and Instructors Drew

Waste Paper Venice a).d N.ik.vn:' guides! will Ilalf-WayMark !Englewood Boy Scout Troop 24 and Englewood Cub Scout Pack.,

t trek :.' i-A-: : W14.M 10 attend formal "Charter Night'
George T Devlin secretary re- : received their charters In a ceremony ht,
XnaJ: Cub Scouts picked up an t -v wing In the :
No-
that the Woman Club
ported this morning last Monday night at the Englewood building
Cunv: ;cr :five Balding I
:
IL n 20(0) pounds of waste Fund
-vie > komis Community Beach Also participating In the ceremony were officers and men*,
k Jiivl San;idiafternooi. it !
pnrtr half-'I
Sar-a reached the --
drive has Post No. 2"6 Amer- 1
.
Bay
: of Lemon
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MS'P!cUv bCu
a.* npirled contributions -
cash
i 7';,tsfrr Ja,'k 'A'Iklnnon who extvsd \nl!: bt tie: *.':t-t and .-. : :edTV mark, with date local reaching $1.480. Local ican Legion and Its auxiliary, would be possible for the troop
to
pl't'dtlon for the genus nan.ra.nc :vnmit:iv ha ,I raise a total of sponsors: of the Boy Scout Troop attend the summer my. Fli1I.
..: ..,........... interests must
tci'i:tu!.on* made to :he Pr..1 .r $Z 950. to obtain a similar amount and Cub Scout Pack. Eagle, 20 miles east or Biadenltt
.
y' tarlsallAr Pr. I rr.: '-'.. Com- were
: II of County scout dignitaries
the Board Attending
'A".Y'I from Commander Jack Tfte
papr drlto i.usr *>:A \ .<. :..>:n:.'*: : of the of th-
4f :f, nee for the Cub" otilld,nf nu VetLe.' "M.,"t": .1 I -- -- Council No. 724 of
toot .otwblv will be made once CUr! Crv::.1.1.: :aa*aa board SERVICE Sunnvland the necessary fu1-: t I jr
'4 Rn: '. Bin : COMMUNITY adenton Frank MiLaln, District I thl
i tr> arihu latul'dJI' M.in \ i' dov"H \ I ;
Scouts' .housing w I be
InIIl
"I ld Dinn and Nahan OMd Nokomis I CLUB TO HOLD commisloner and Ralph
available by the p: The |
t fiat i:mp shone : HV Cuncv: Frank Robert ANNUAL MEETINGAnnual Law rcce district chall man. nt
Jr. and j other Item that II'' aid t ties
r "*. 'n1< of paper *r. Frank Robert II Presents ( hatter
,>' one UI kn! -oni Jim Uuirhtin Sar 'ot* dinner meeting of the up would be rec..1t' of the
? 4' nome. will be Plan for the Impending 1948 Community Service Club 111be 'I' The Scout chal't'r'a official Boy Scout :ms I1'e
!: ., ed b\ McLain to Jlmmle preent'l
'd : i :ill Tarpon Tourney a:-o will! bdl* held at 7 pm. next Tl1ur'dar I. said.

; 'J' V:lklnon made by Lawrence -
presentation was
i t
j 4" necessary for I Club it was announced \
i ,. the ; to Mis \Villa:d Davis and EXTERIOR AND iTER101PAINTING : ]
ck '
pap< rp '
Ads .
Classified bMM. H. S. Bowden
'l'Slrrd3)'j mothers :
aas, t the nit.. Tie ('lib.1'11I Mrs. Clara Thresher as den
I' .' ....,... \Villard! Ds! as den -OWe -
; '..VT ]l.rk ::1. 1.Font: the oust little. yet produce fine ivult .." and to
.. ., Sprat Paint Incur
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: )' M '" ift -. Just phone Venice 3131 bf ", ; Englewood t father Individual Taste
It
: 'tI.n-: : : -l,.i '':t tm.: ., I Hope was ixprr ".1 that -O-
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t I P )1 ,'K' 5 p m. \\.dncsdaj 4444444444444444 '
Items Have Tour Lawn Furniture
,:"IIn'.J"i- owl" ; : ., BRING IN: TOUR Sprat Painted :Neat

l \ Ij I I'ROMOTK; ( ) A YOUNGKRMAN ,%w....eiirrs iAS's ts'tisas .J, FILMSFor 2 "We Have T!' C ar

II II1 At the last meeting of Englewood ; Rapid Photo-Finish Service 4 I T.' E. HOLLAND

: P T.A.. held at the school $ Alpha Music Shop | I Tamiaml Trail Next phtw. |
I Wednesday evening April 14 a -. Venice Phone 3651 2 I' to Community tell 311
I nominating committee as electedto ......... ...P "..",

nominate officers for the com

BY ELECTINGLE'IS ) ing year. The election and Installation NEW HAIR STYLES
of officers will te held at
the May meeting I ARE LIKE NEW HATS!
K. PURVIS
Miss Cleo Rainwater Sarasota I Your spirits will soar after c stylus
supervisor of elementary I have created a personalized co : Ire lot
County
t )'ou. You will be sure to look ana el be:
CIRCUIT JUDGE" schools speaker for the e\enlnc I ter Make an appointment tcdav
J' said It is possible to have nCom- I CharmBeauty
munity Recitation Center at the
12th Judicial Circuit
Englewood school. but to make the I Salon
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protect a reality It will take cooperation I
IU1LE
of the entire community TItlME
223 West :Miamie
especially the parent Def
DESOTO COUNTY JUDGE 12 YEARS Phone :1811
r inite plans will be presented late. !

Quz'ified by Education and Experience Mrs E. A. Baitholomew

fu i PTA Publicity Chairman
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110 a''11 li,II\,'M' In the Democratic Principle of 4 rca+onaAle
...I..t ti t mhl i. nlfiK Di )nu bi'line in tin Retirement TO TENNLN-EE:
.. -It--1', ,Di tot bl'Ii"\r tint a quarter of a century I Is long
a PARADEOF
roomer
1.11' Bill!\ Diggers.the
"II I i .' iiHlUiiltuH"( hold am particular offic' Thin
:I and daughter'ltcki
.. Wanda Elott:
u man a i li 'MI, iii aihaiui'niont. .
: .- ha\\' !gone for an e\-
II'l\d'd felt t? Clc\! land. T'n'1.
tl Ills: (001)(0ln' IUX1: .
SI1.I! II a.a: t iwi mo'h' '-in law
st' Wit I. Mils: (;(10;) .IN ( IR( 111 ,II'DrLdye' Mi \.:11 01'l'h"1 I, a I

;. liD P' ', '. 't ah. I 111 1)1) (' <,oJ': 'It' Dl<': '
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-P"I, *W--1PV i W,3C Zm&13' &JSXlfnt3.JWFKLUW I SPECIAL BREADSWill. Ft'H

A. VllIMIMN ,

t Ili'MOCU.r( 1111r.t1)Friday rorn i:

( I'S \"OSlm11

Saturday VALUES
(m.Sa.nIllIOKF.: "
all kills lust t 1,'pi '!iltinuu-\ t ,111.1 lu.ir BAKERY KNTIUE
"L & S"

1 nJid.ti.r\ t, 1)mll.r\li: : : n ninnti\ "n III> I "\\',, Bake To SUit v iui ToO

:uO" W. Venice \e
I h titles: ,iu the folk u !iu l'lIi.-( : : hone :3133Guaranteed:
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8 P.M. SATURDAY, APRIL 24 : :

OROt 1- MlKKMHP\ 2 O-l'KLl Watch Repiinnij

Jewelry Repairing \\11) put i")ft 1 dying the furniture aril .1 ''nt tom

8 P.M., MONDAY, APRIL 26 Art Supplies .ike your Imnie a i livelier place to live in ?

.Ull: I SOKO\II"; CROUP 2 :\11\hK\ Friendly, Courteous
Ren'Ice'U Whether11u plan to furnish an entire htll11> or

8 P.M., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28 Barry, Jeweler just add charm to a room with one or two pie.esol

GROUP t UMII: GROUP 2 rut 11ILLE 324 South Orange Ave. finely shied, quality furniture, you can find whit

I Sarasota you want at kl\G'S. And at amazingly reiM :*!:
Member of the United
prices, too.Come .
Mi: ) I respectfully urge YOU to atten 1 Morologlcal Association

in Choose from one of the largest t docks
these rallies ? "444444444444'4441"44i
of household furnishings between Tampa and
Plumbing Contractor : Miami.

REPAIR SERVICE :

FINNY.. CASPERSEN that is! Modern : Convenient terms can be arranged to fit your

See Our Display of : budget.

New and Modern Equipment : -
Candidate for
County Commissioner,

Shirling : NiT '% E co."We
District 3. j KING FUR .

(ItPTON SHIRLING) :
O PAID POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT) Pocono Drive I>U.: Feather Your Nest With A'tattle Down-

aa Nokomis 1755' Arcadia PUNTA CORDA. LFt.. Myen
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