Venice gondolier
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079934/00116
 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 29, 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: UF00079934:00116
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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hannele, Venice Man to I Next Governor? 'Candidates Start Final

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Get Air Medal ,.- 1

earing For War ServiceFor Drive for Votes; .

outstanding service In the Election s" r
tomorrow Next Tuesday
Civil Air Patrol during the early !

days of World War II when German -
hearing to determine
public subs menaced shipping off With the primary election of May 4 only a few days away Sara- 1'1
advisability providing a sota County candidates, like their counter-parts throughout the state sy '
knnel across Roberts (Venice) the' Florida coast Captain John si '
this week engaged In last-minute drives for votes. }
jy, and construction of a tarn- V. Jack) Denison of Venice this
I Two political rallies were held in this area during the week, one
basin near the Hatchett Sunday will receive the. Air Medal |i at the Nokomis School last Monday night and the other at the Venice ,
tk bridge a U. 8. Highway No. at a formal presentation to be Civic Auditorium last night. Approximately -
|rill! be held In the Civic Aud-
um here tomorrow, Friday,' made at Lantana Fla. by General i I 50 were In attendanceat Polls to Be Open fflf I I
L. V. Beau. each rally, in addition to the
nlng at 10 o'clock. $ff|
01. Willis E. Teale of Jacklione Captain Denison was advised of candidates themselves. 7a.m.to7p.m.

district engineer, U. e. Eneen the honor he was to receive by his I School Race Next Tuesday ;,
will preside' over the former CAP coastal patrol com- Chief local Interest apparentlyIs ,
rln if. to which the public Is manding officer, Lt.-Col. Julius L. F. centered In the District 3 coun- I Voting booths will be open from

(ted. Oresham, now of Daytona Beach. ty commissioner race, the governorship 7 a.m. to 7 pm. next Tuesday
enlce city officials and memof FULLER WARREN battle and the fight of May 4. for the primary election, 1&
"By of the President
the 'Venice-Nokomis L. S. Bulllngton. former Sarasota it was announced this week. t
tuber of Commerce as well as of the United States" Colonel High School teacher, to defeat Location of booth in this area .
''Continued on Page Nine Gresham wired Denson: "you are Next SehcolSuperintendent' I County School Superintendent: and names of election officials .
awarded the Air Medal for your Verman Kimbrough for that post. were announced as follows:

services while attached to the ? PRECINCT NO. 6 K
Coming Events I I Fifth Coastal Patrol Unit ol I Bullington II Osprey and Vamo. Booths at .

CAP." Osprey Merchantlle Stereo Charles I
Thursday, April 19 Joined I'p Early W. Webb Mrs. J. C. Childs. Henry
Claims Improvement Lewis, Madeleine Marvin, Mrs.
}21} p m., Venice-Nokomis Ro- Captain Denison, whose com-
Klmtrough claimed material Mildred A- Fischer. ',,1
1 Club meets at Venice Coun- mercial fishing boat, the "Ro.'c- .t .aae
\ Club. mary," is a familiar sight In local t y :improvement In the C mr.ty's PRECINCT NO. 7 .a I'
f 30 p m., Venice Lions Club waters, was active In the Civil llr school system had been made dur- I Laurel and Nokomis. Booths. at ,I,P'Garage. '
.Alvln Jones' office by
ti, at Venice Country Club. Air Patrol from the time It was ing the three years he has servedas I
'| Mrs. Bruce RIgby, Mrs. 4
I organized In the county superintendent of pub-
p.m. annual dinner meeting early war. From
I D. Holland, Mrs. Paul Melroy .
| Community Service Club, at Stevenson, Aja Captain Denison lic instruction.As Richard E. Merrifield Richard H.
ce Country Club. served as group commander of the partial proof, he declared the jf'
Friday, April SOt East Tennessee CAP group earlyIn school bonded indebtedness has PRECINCT NO. S :
100 am. U. 8. Engineers 1942. been cut from $777.000 down to Venice. Booths at Venice Civic
t j
nnel hearing, at Venice Civic Later In the year he served as $594.000 "and we have $61.000 in Center. Mrs. Helen B. Duncan, it.
litonum. flight officer at Daytona Beach cash on hand right now, with clerk: Mrs. Mary Jones, R. E. j '
I pm rntertalnmept. Osprey and Flagler Beach, Florida, In antisubmarine $121,000 In our reserve building Fields. deputy: John Dungllngson ., t
fund and $161.000 expected to be
001. duty. Following that
Mrs. Nellie A. Bartlett. '
Sunday May 2 tour of duty, he accepted appointment there by July PRECINCT NO. 9 '\
PH., quarterhorse rating, to the staff of Wing Headquarters Kimbrough also cited the hiring Englewood. Woodmere and t
ice Municipal (J&J) Airport. of the CAP In Nashville, of various "supervisors," Including I Manasota. Booths at Lemon Bay q :
Monday May S Tenn., subsequently becoming Intelligence I "a full-time music super- Woman's Club. Irwin Blorseth. ':I
I p.m.. American Legion Aux- officer on that staff, at visor," as further proof that iie clerk, ,: Ed Bryan deputy;, Clayton ''j :
|iy meeting. which time he was commissioneda has been Improving the Sarasota Williams Ethel F- Hills, E. J.
Tursdiy, May 4I1 captain. L. S. BltLINGTON (Continued from Page Nine Newman. J.j '
m.-' p.m. primary election

(rti.P.BIVenice new city hall.city council EL PATIO HOTEL SOLD TO INDIANAPOLIS MAN I New Owner to TakeOver !>> :

:Management .i, l

t. On May 1 1 :

i.r. 4 .
"J Sale of the 32-room El Patio .

Hotel property to W L. Miles, ., .,
t. Indianapolis, Ind., hotel man was J'
announced this week by Mrand +

Mrs. J. M. McClure Purchase r. I
price was not disclosed

Miles, who said he will keep the s !

hotel open the year 'round, will ; l

take over personal management f t

of the hostelry on May 1. I

Mrs Thclma Tresch. who sold; i i

the hotel to the McClures In September :

t : 1946, ha been managerfor

1 i a+ the past several months. She r

plans to continue to live in Venice -

having ;ust had a new home !

built on Pedro Avenue.

The McClures, who made extensive -

improvements to the El
Patio Hotel building during their \

cwnershlp, will continue to reside
In the Nokomis Heights district-

Located In the hotel buildingare
the Venice Post, Office. The
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Rexall Store the Arcade Barber
Shop Knowles Jewelers, and the
Venice Electric Shop.



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Thursday. April ,
r. Paw TwonSHLV I.

CONTEST HERE Venice Bowlakade I Quarterhorse WeatheRTEMPERATURE
1 Racing Here

ENDS TOMORROW NIGHTThe It' Men's League .J This Sunday IIAIN'

\'rnce-Nokoml! Chamber REDFI>H ; Date High, U.
I I alternoon
of Commerce "Fi hln"' contest W, H. Fold 19 Ibs. w. M. Parker STANDINGS Starting this Previously reported rainfall

18 Ibs. 8 ozs.MANGROVE. PM Pins at 3 clock, quarterhorse racing Thuw.. Apr 22 88 55'

leaders meets will be staged every other 1')1. Apr 23
: SNAPPER 4.1 324'2 I 85 M e
i. Sunday at the Venice Sat. Apr 24eun
ti prize vdnnei according to Stan W. C. Anderson 3 Ibs 14 oz. \'. E'CI'.c 36 32.674 61
i & J) Airport it :was announced Apr. 25 86
chaid>on contest chairman Joe Kuhar. 2 Ibt. 10 oz. Earl' 32 31498 I J1 'on.,. Apr 26 66 0,
32 30.550 oy Dick CurryIn 81 55 I
Leader in each division are: AdCl1',1an'J TUes.
Apr 27
TROUT I of fastest 82 57
R. A R. 31 31.390 addition to some the 1.

\1n :MACKEREL 1 Oen L. H Miller, 4 lbs.. 9 oz. Lemon Bay Post 29 29422 quarterhorw in this sectionof Wed., Apr. 28 86 60 M
t Total to date this .
R E Robinett 1 pound 3 Of Len Lanius. 3 )Ib<.. 4 ozSHEEPSHEAD V Laundiy: 26 31638 the state. there will be cow monthu I

Joe Kuhar 15 oz. \'. Furniture 19 31.671 pony and thoroughbred competition. -

V Food 18 30.567 An average of six to nine
BROOKAngelo F. L. Simonson. 4 lbs.. 12 cz off each Sunday.
High School 17 29927"Frli races will be run
l Len Lan!u.. 4 Ibs. admission .
will be no
: ] Mangos. 13 pound. 2ncu RF6t'LT Curry said there

} BUCK GROUPER \\ NI....... April :1 charge. although a silver
c ; Bradford Miller 11 1Q.
I Hrh Fo,hoo'1 .. ta ,6P et1 1 led to help defray -
,, ,r r ounces: William Foln 8 oz. 1..0' flat r..1 rho :1. the 1105 offering will be taken
,I..lud Handicap :1 rlhO'r.
:MO>UNUSUAL:' .,.... A.I, U expense FOR EXPERT SHOE R ,
KINGFiSH :14 M'S tot :Ill --- k G b
Snake Fish Dudley Ocoit: \ L.Und-s
I \ Fkrinr '4t tit 1:' 22"1 IWOWd Shoe Repair
L L. Smith. 20 pounds Di 2 oz. .leriuAmr P.aeds;, 1. rln.. PROCEEDS. $218MM Opp Bu Station
5 41 Duncan f."lot 16 lbs 8 oz Blow: Fish .- Hart H O'ford It Awrun.a It ':'., fill"A.lneludinr t'P:1\1. :ZZln:,ft of Vonio A....,. Mitchell,. Rorbergs

9 oz. Hardral, 112 rl.t" .., H S. Bow den, president
\ .... Apra, ZI I Club reported -
-d1 Sea Bass M:s Chde Ti 1I J:' R. It F..hittnLenore the Community Service
CUT TIN Fla.1 .. 4 e..lnt, I tV that net proceed
er 4 HM 9 02 yesterday
ME 0 .MEIP .1 F'.::r,. ::: ::,; ; : ;:,;:' of the dance and entertain- FLORIDAhisaGREATfutL'r

. OUT Pan; are now under a\'. it *
AFRCFCompilid <
In conluctlon -
club sponsored
was announced bj R. 0 Hi:-f* b'' Mar) trie 1orUn men: the I It

GULFTheatre I' ,..e..den: e: the Chamber of Can- League *:rnurvVnt I with the Woman Club '

melee to make the' formal a .a2:- .n.lud'.f Ut h.chi'a l fame. here last Friday night amounted with
A\1RA'FF ''':' was raided for .
J219 Die money
of( p:.fit at a prl'Ta:pon Tour- t u A.t Adc t l'
Curt, .., I n '0'R. Sarasota Count -
-0 nICE npet- ( tthtl' in Venice: 01 ....,.,,,, It a 1.w h', the benefit ;f the COLIN mmas

:!hr n:t ht If May 14 the n..at ;::: : : : : Welfare Home.

fi RnA, Office Opens :10 P.:M "e erf the annual! Tarpon T u:'> ., .. ,
h..Io. Earle! .4th
t -0- no get under! way ; ........ 44..1.' .. Governor I
k-eIrt \' Ewr" I Iiernm The K CLUB
t Thursday' Haines Ute \a)'or Lows f uter : ,. EsHtts '
I t < read! fugjesttd fie afar: to be attended 1 Lecrr'.fl..r Fir LrW,... 1a, ..: : !mlteour pre-'ence and
April 2ONV
ty guides and fponsTcn I ku'k'ssat. V' auA ". your busme Both: are appreciated -
If' r "1 \\ >FR 11 1I0' HIDING ........ "", I.tJ' ).', ..' ,
r HER :NOH from all ever Sarasota Course .- ".....t! t' I I .
would tx a good way to public.ztn A..r tai .U..r .1 4'k
June lUter :Mark Me\ens ''' Hurt Mmtrn. I Stop In for cigarette. candy -
Tsp;,n TOJ !rfv: and tHe fact I'.< \ GlMlfhrni. < ,e I
Cartoon and porKrcH .. drinks. billlaids. orThanks.
'',', Hie **,. ci;
'aai' mc" ff the shier k-ft: a:taut .
-0- Ad:'tar. Rift fed :,' rC1'-naIJon.
n ):: 0f:: Venice daring the earl I).-...rt. R fvHt I Iw
Friday and I Itoda'i'
Saturday .. \ Pod 44FAnei.r
' c a' f: the: a"r;;a, :i .v,*.f HM I Ad...,M .
April 1(1 :Mail I Edo's'. ,,
--- -- I:."..., \ 'u..I".. B B. DUNN
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} ul Kelly Kay w.llam.: F....
4 Musical News CarIllon
Mark It I. f. "
-0 Ft. 15-13 huh ..,k t L.o t." 444444444444444444444fv 1
Iyers. .. ;
'. \ F..",
I !und.n' and :Monda \ Rlnraeth R A k v Plumbing Contractor
.... k k sI'M
arlh'ti A
44 :Mai and 3 ";ctv- rue' :F" Kief JuiioH : j ,... \ FiWOr .' I I

rf : Fear, .. REPAIR SERVICE
\tBtQt IRQtE .f It-:3 r a ball came played :
eg Unrni H* I '
Randolph %rolGa b. Hates Vr last Ms-cii the \ tnlctokoi J r f<...-tt. Flint h hYtre : that is Modern I Calm Engl..h has S.rer.aualiyd'

Mom and Cartoon \ : H_f Infl! tif! v.I 1: !o jrie v ; lawur Lyn Fla 11., 1.. .. S"! Our D. art,.r. ,.".. .. .. successful ..p.'.."'. it public" IIA
\ f
-0 h.l- N. Modern
i <' :o Naples) tomorrow aftern0brto Hanam. H.r, : aid Equipment II

F ". try for tne:" icroiS y'.r cfar Moor t t Colin l English! "" .'06"
Tur .da" \\ ed. ThurkMa .
4 t IroO" tMrmnn : Shirling wilk greet capacity for gini
I : 4 5 6TH1 E''t'r.jat :- :, 'ct f ff ....'" H,," .. 4 .......hil.:! Minot dote t.ft. 'hi 004

I TIMF FOR KI.cr : T JPRda' a' 2 3' IL.f :n'hit '" ,,,' t t. "' R ,tPION MURIING) t .Frclentl1. for the ften .> Shill'

I, Father Uilliamt c.ns w'il]: meet: t"pr;lade' Higitr Ha jfocono In\e :I't'II'.f'' A. G....... cl 11."d.. Cold

Uuntz :Mtlrhnrvlectrd :> re on Ih' d a'"lo .:: nea: Ih' .;. rkcar 'ol.oml Z755QUARTERHORSE Eligllk will tent-u II lOClleppo f
II I yY :' it itw4ra ....bnll'.d ..."..d._
\"nl Av'enu'
: East
:rat ant
t I shorts Aa.-.rt ..,...a a tNtay 1,1. I for rack particular job| II bt dlM 1
OerHa*'*:' *" :wrC"C'1 serving the Slot ft .
V r.ur..ng "ffli 'o: last :MDI dtw I

I :.'. bthe :ndra". Hfte 'elifirif \- With Colin Englisl.
I I the starting pitcher Lode

a ITIDE TABLES Key, r hf fl"r. Inning l as Governor ...

f ot :r jnnntr 3 P.M. This Sunday iIo
Florida will rentInt.lp.ble .... II h.
MMCF I1.ETI : : :"er' 0:. 350 f--.? I school pro," .Is

I Purta rasa form tun I \\tr(....Not:oiii.' OBI lie 0-1' 40'D EVERY OTHER !>INTTHFREFTFRl, the c.....,. f.."d.', 140.1
.. Child It too
Oldham and Lashley Rey'S AT: opportunity tot t ',
P"h ..
I. e good ucot on.
4 : I R. 'epl1tn. anD; F'alIlm:
." ,. .. : ,' ... Venice Municipal Airport f lor do'l Mtv .1 l "...,... all It
'. ...... ".d,
'h'1. i I n. b R PINES HOTEL ANDK 4> end p i"
YY ": 0.. ..

t ::. ,. .... .. CLUB BOWLERS NO ALMhSSION CHARGE Florida will how ."p.r.hgh.ep
IMat 1ar i R .3. R.pra' .. ..noIodorO/
ENJOY DINNER end i.pro-d end ,
P.16 oil. :1,' ..
V ''';44- 6W, ;,,' o. _....1 roads"

tt I 11 :,2 a.w 4,4; t w, M mbt. of: it K Cut line Under New Florid..ilt'k.o ..dicol'' ''

'L 4 I ,nd 1M., I :8r a h. .' ..8'Y .. P.ne. Hl 'e. tE: m' In the W =er. I Management :o nn. ." nn" I 400
.. Mo, : 0., I .v, R.I Bowling League: 'nlc, recentj' CLUBOn Florida win hove sde-uokhopteb

I wound up; pla enjoyed) & tu-k Sou'h Tamiami Trail ..d 9 public health Froraea
limner at the Ta-por Center Re' 1 SARASOTA sane tba ...... .f oil the. p F"

t I 0Complim.n"- au-an last week FEATURING 'loidoI will hew All the ether' lot

I I Those tending were DAVE DUNCAN ..d .hoI.fondo things end for h..hlli or kdhabisteelle..ho Coal
Anr. cul Virginia) Jane N u I tia27 p.let/ktkls
One Man Quartet the
L (JT'oo: Lu :- lcJoiTi 1dltt
I Davidson Ruth Euvk nflalEveJr Piano Solo Vox Drums Accordion Vibra Chord floridt win beg ALt tM" ding.-

Plastic Age Boat I Rmpo Olive Wilson Plays Your Requests eels Culled fox M"' brda cp110

Bernie Potabs Anita Koogle: All Drinks at Summer Priors 0owrr!

andEquipment Marge Ado'jan madI* I?awt' Come In and Get Acquainted With wilt=-E nghh Four years010.n

Mike Albritht MgrSERMCE Floride eorre1
rues: end
pr.gr..i... efficient
Co. ............ ......d.. rho. oo ere dh'da '/oil
.... .dad .

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Distributor of Pays Play FR1'E\L: ):.}'
In A ...G..toIflHidti
Celia r.h
Tricraft Fiberglas Boats I y..whit .

Retailer of SPOPTJNO NEED6!:

Marine Supplies SEE ig
and R&RSPORTING FIRST PrrrJlttr, B'and of Beer to Take Out.



'T.. Flor.*. iwmauim tantlitr WE HAVE
Oft V.k. Parr Book IN TOWN

now 31.32i 343; W. "Wee A.eone
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April 26, 1644 i

taxpayers Group would change distribution of gasoline HOMESTEAD RULING has health, pleasure
ruled in an opinion to WileyJ poses of business,
revenue marked the session. Tallahassee ... The owner of a McDavid, the Escambla county education of children, and so
elects Local l The proposal under fire would homestead does not necessarily tax assessor Where a homestead on, the courts have held such :i I
given the seventh cent of gas tax have to live on the homestead to owner moves to a nearby city move Is not necessarily an aban-
eal Estate Man to counties for road purposes Instead be entitled to tax exemption at- and takes an apartment if the I.donment of homestead rights to
of schools and the general torney General J. Tom Watson removal Is temporary, for pur- tax exemption. it
IM. U Townsend. veteran &:raa fund. -
real estate broker was reected ---
director of the Florida NEED PRlNTlNmPhone
association at Its an-
luftl meeting Friday in Tampa.
[ criticism of a proposed state 3131
mutton amendment which

"Let's Put Justice
REELECTNATHAN In The Court House."


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1 fl'tl Jif Sarasota County of ,'

Ross Boyer is a TRAINED peace
MAYOYOUR officer served on the Florida
Highway Patrol and attended
Commissionerof ELECT / FBI conferences. He believes the
AgricultureQUALIFIED taxpayers are entitled to a full
JOHN D. measure of their tax dollars and
JUSTICECounty FULL TIME to the office if
21 roan of Faithful Servicein elected.
Florida Helping Agriculture to Develop' JudgeI \ Boyer will make an HONEST,
| Don'I Substitute. inexperience CAPABLE EFFICIENT and
I Would AppreciateYour

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i'i> April 21,
1 Page PourTwo First The K. f Of Man We'i
lowed procedures advised by hlh Mary Scott

Sarasota County War Assets Administration off- LOOldng for
cia Is, and that, therefore, 'crin- Woman to SeekCommissioner ,
Inal Intent necessary to ''UPpart
Commissioners FreedIn conspiracy! chares, was lacking Job

Surrrl'" WitnessesTo
the county is muchilkI'
CaseAfter back up their contention, Operating house" in the
WAA 'Fraud' running a
: the defense attorney of the first woman In
near the opinion
two surprise witnesses county history, to as.

one hour's deliberation, a jury in federal courtin end were of R.the H Chiles week-long, former trial.nation.al The.' Sarasota pire to a place on the board cf,

Tampa last week acquitted Sarasota County Commissioners WAA chief of machinery d:.- county commissioners

+ Otis Howell and J. Oliver Alderman and Clar- posal, and Joe Haslett, former Something always has to and be
disposal to keep it looking nice
Atlanta regional machinery done
ence G. Hewitt, St. Petersburg machinery dealer, of chief. all of It costs money, but you

charges of conspiring to fraudulently obtain war surplus Now a Springfield, Mo, machinery don't have to pay the highest" )

trucks and road equipment. dealer. Chiles testified, In prices to get the best material,
i, The I two commissioners:) and Hewitt hid been in- effect aged, in that by the the transactions defendants were en- Scott Is the view candidate of Mrs.for Mary the Demo-

,t "it JitteJ bi federal grind jury several months :ao, :.ujd 'n line with the policy of the disposal cratic nomination as district three

v were tensed of hang used Sarasota County prioritiesto agencies and in accordancewith commissioner
their advice Haslett sub 1 "Most women hove learned to
buy .s"iiis4 I worth uf surplus machinery from the .tantlated this testimony. shop; around to find the most for

1' tr War Assets Administration, with only 25,722 worth of Not Enforced their budget dollar Mrs. Scott

, equipment :actually ..coin.. < to the count. Chiles declared the regulation asserted in support of' bid for believes RICHARD In W. ER\1S
Job" in
re-sale" what has been "a man i cooperation
the "not for
ti Not For Re-Sali requiring
;, The r..nl,1inderIn acquired I I purchasing asrent had celt:fiec : certification alleged by the this county up to now, When he announced his can
b"1 government to have been fraudulently "It l I' not a man' Job, nor a acy for the office of Alt
that the material was for the u'- I
,t Hewitt the government charged made wu not enforccc woman s Job. tut it is a Job for General Richard W Ervin n*
? except for two trucks subsequently i'I of the county and not for re-sale who Is most InterestedIn a quiet, sincere statement. Bjis
disposal unit ex' the
mach'nery person
rs- ,. in the I life and record here In his
lepiuhawd bthe two local Defense attorney for Howell wel nw
4 cept in cases where material wa1 cur community state, we know he means lhall
'tint :nunt toners, despite the Alderman and Hewitt successfully
substantial) and that
given away or sold at I fare'A says we can drpt'n411j1thim.
n :act tl:it Ald rma's. a< county contended that the three men folI I .
discounts to priori azencles Sarasotan since 1925, Mrs

k' v iii: __. .. Th government contended that Scott Is the mother of two chil- HERE IS WHAT ERMN SAO
A +' !.S whether or net the certificate dren and has been active! In many "The Florida and America r
I were required. If It was submit- I civic and welfare groups enjoy today are the result t
FORREST CHAPMANEarnestly ted with Intension violating the I Faith, Hard Work and coopmtte
the nn the part of our (4:her;Tim
priority set-in In effect I
I was no room In their lives it|
I t'me; a crime had been committed I:Dolley Advocates hate petty Jealous and bete
I tng among them Solicits;
Your ,. '
I Under the law' which the thre' DecentralizationOf united in the fight to both: I
Y peg J *" treat nation, to conq\ir the w!
Vote andSupport men were charged with conspiring -
t erness and on occaa.m. enraml
S I to violate, any false statement 'I School Control from abroad."I .
I lends that th fu' d
l' which a governmen believe uit
{ agency to act in a manner other TALLAHASSEE, ..- Robert D our state and nation 'an bl oil
As Candidate For ban that in which It would hav' assured by the same qualities!!
.,1/t. ", I Dolley, candidate for State Super- faith. hard work ana .;eratra
acted had no such t"''mnt been I
; of Public! Instruction. is ourselves
intendent among
Re election As J.t.."
It: lade const:tutes a c-!me. I this week continuing his intensified "With your acs.st u t.
-'. General F! rtSi I II
COUNTYJUDGE( ., nifut firrrfrrf'rrdld speaking campaign Before the tcrney
pledge myself to ar" 'ut t NYthree
B"Ort' 'i1e '* went to the'
rn May 4 p'ar.al' Dollev said he expects principles and 'ectiin.llwill !
10 f .r : '. : a !urF'dl'r.1! lodge' Barker over- to make a complete cover- keep the same -in 01 fill!
., ruled two different request of+ tie- I age of Florida. that our fathers had I111..11I
ForSarasota tiff pnse attorneys for a directed as hard as I am able for bete:
Dcllej, who Is 44 years of age
: verdict of acquittal in the case. government of our people and I twill
tpi County I I and the youngest candidate by seek to cooperate vii<
+ Both Howell and Alderman, always
many yean in the race for the mv fellow citizen! and publlr
,ho took voluntary! leaves of
I state superintendent, said: officials to build a safe and .hOle'
Pr ..:: d 1 1c ;.. '\ ': a': .n: .tr.:5\lt,1: fill ::4 :ears prior tot Decentralization of school control some country for O'
;' :min: L, ,. nJi : J ,: I'd several months ago by a fed I and local autonomy in public our children"
I tnJ! has
:':'" : e ae ,(> C'tunty:' ral grand fury In Tampa, are We .hope that yea It.l :*
.\ l 1"" i education are the only means ofInsuring helping Rchtrd %V. ErrtI
:ei r : e.lr :Peking! re-electicn Each man haspposltlon i us in
i democratic of A'tw: n-ate:
our way to become our |
the 4 Democratic
on May -
r Mn\ life, thus the inception We need hl' qiet, frl'w1'* all:
+ i\vledsc:: and experience as .i trial lawyer primary ballot preventing service d.tr!n 'M ;*
't of Isms In the minds of our)outh
for these? .'. e,ITS and nn experience ::15 i Ju+:;:e fliT the certain years ahead
Dolley emphasized that he
rJie,; past: id K::tTS:1:1 qj:ilitleme fliT the "tt;ve ot .:rust GONDOLIER little yet produce Classified fine Ads h. ands for better school lunches i Surasota County friend! D! R *

Count:. Judie.:: "]Its Just phoneenlce 3131 to'kre for our children and adequate I ErvIn
5 pm. Wednesdajs sanitary! facilities! for their use, J i Paid Political .\.hrr1l..mtllll
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BE GHE.TI.YPPHECI.TED I Things to Remember


M That LEWIS E. PURVIS was elected by the LAWYERS of the

12th Judicial Circuit ai President of their Bar Association, without

"" -- solicitation, political, influence, political pressure, hope of reward, and

People's Choice" without putting them on the spot long prior to the campaign. The

lawyers of ONE COUNTY have very recently endorsed hi opponent.

f Which is the greater recommendation? Do you think it ethical for

lawyers to in any way incur the favor of the Court or to place the

Nominated I bv the Court under obligation to them?
State Democratic Execu-
ti\e Committee, representing >s That reasonable rotation in office is a Democratic principle thatit

the citizens of is not unreasonable to have a change after more than twenty-five

each county, and given years.

the nearly 1916 200,000'otes in That the retirement of Circuit Judges has been in effect since 1939

Ed Fraser general certainly election and has cost the state nothing, and there is no reason why it should
ever cost the state
Il> anything.
can consider himself L

"The People's Choice is That the present judge has been eligible to retire for five years and

A LEGAL TECH I- may do so at any time, and if re-elected and then retires who will be

RED C.ALITYVHICH BAR. appointed your Circuit Judge? It-is better to elect one yon! know i.

FIfE NO HIM I FROM OF. personally fit, qualified ana\ experienced than to take the chance of

ISTS. LONGER EX- JuTe Governor. paying a political obligation by appointing. a C cuitThat

younger men should be given an opportunity for advancement

RE-ELECT in public office. On May 4th you will hold b'your hands the

future of a younger man who has chosen to follow'the judicial branch

EDWIN G. (ED) FRASER of What the will law. you and do has with prepared his futuremake> himself by educating it or break; and Ht qxrience.: ?

STATE COMPTROLLER That you should vote for LEWIS E. PURVIS for jOrcu* Judge.
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I by Local FrlencSI of E4 Fraser) 1 Pouai .... N,.4 r. y trleDdt .. judo rioo a., ..

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April a

Isn't It About Time For

Sarasota County To Get

What It's Paying For?

To even the casual observer, it has long been apparent that something is radically
wrong with the way in which the Sarasota County Commission handles our county's governmental ;
affairs. '

Haphazard mismanagement o f the county's road work program ... Involvement of
two of its members in a federal court war surplus 'fraud' trial.. Entanglement in a politically
inspired attempt sabotage the county health program ... these have been but a few of the #
recent 'symptoms' of what's wrong in the :court house.
I '

once in awhile, voters get a chance to cast their ballots for a man who is not simplya
'politician.' Every once in awhile=. although sadly not often enough --.- a man of integrity as .
well as capability runs for office ... not for personal, selfish reasons, like too many ''politic ;
ians' but because he sincerely wants to help improve conditions for all of us even though he
serves at considerable sacrifice to his own business and private affairs. 1

Such a man is FINN W. CASPERSEN.candidate for the Democratic nomination for

County Commission, District 3.

Finn, is blunt and outspoken ... some times too muchly so...but he's absolutely hon
est and without a doubt is the most capable candidate in the race. '

If you, too, believe it's about time this district got such a representative on the

County Commission, ;

Vote for

Finn W. CaspersenFOR

County. Commissioner, District 3
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April 29, 1D4a"


.., Point Nokoml.Georce .
U Harper Minister
.,41 .... Sunday School
11 am. Morning Worship
Mi p..., Youth Fellowship
sIN DO w! I:su p.m. Evening HrvletWtdnt.dar. ,
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ALewtda t:ID p m., Mid DM
BEST lace ON14161T6 prayer and tone etrvlce.EDtUwotd .
but I will defend w:4N M04617N
with say Services
"I do not agree a
with my life your right to say it.VOLIrAIREk1 FOR IA OLIPPER HAVE I STEAK Lampp.10 ..m.up. Sunday I. School Miss Little

Published every Thursday. Editorial and business office. 313 West i p... Church ...01...
Venice Avenue rnlce. Florida P. O. Box 632 Phone Venice 3131. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH

;py D. Campbell Cr."ford. Pastor
10 ..m. Bible CI....
National Advertising; ; Representative II ..m. Morning MrvlciI .
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NEWSPAPER A ERT1 >C SERVICE. INC. / O It 1 III pm Evening: service.
fO W>dne.da>. THO ".m.. lId., *..
'' lm .NL.w of de Nth" Edrorrl A asuto a'$ prateu a.rolc,.

AwitrKa'l AdV 'ten end Home Town Newspapers ). W. Hinton Pastor
Serving 10 ..'.. Sunday School: I. ,-.
m..... MKftfM' a..Chlc.lrll, .IV..OFFICES. Holbroot lld|.. Sin Frinchc,CX.J73I Evening Morning services.erviest < Wednesday v.m. BTUit, I or p.*.
a1 Grind Central! Terminal llfr, New Yak, N.T. Ml White IM| $Will. With prayer meeting,

/" Entered ai second-class matter June 6, 1948 at the post office ST. MARK'S CHURCH EPISCOPAL
.t Vtnice. Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879. 't1 MP Riviera St. and. Paltrma Place

rr Subscription rates One year, $2.50; six month, $1.50| three vwP \ Dr. Leonard Print ID W.Chant 8. Rtrykrr,

months, 75c. Clarified advertising rats 2 cents per word, first 20 t 43 a.m. Sunday School.
words; I cent per word for. each. additional word. our success. break" in administration of school 11 a..... Morning ...vt...
---- --- that
CAB.ROLL- H. "ILLI.\\IS: . Editor and Publisher You know what Finn Casper- I affairs and has demonstrated CHURCH OF COD
x I" HELEN WILLI..UfS Office Manager sen said to us in hill real estate he will give sympathetic consideration Roo. C.Venice l>. .Io.nllon Avenue, Pastor

HOWARD BRILEY ... .. Shop Foreman office the first time we talkedto to our local school problems. I 10 ..m. Sunday School.
r him about an ad? It was, In instead of setting himself up as an 11 ..m.. Pnachhic
Iisa p m. PrtaehintThuridiy
kr effect: m-the-great-1 AM'.andyou'lIlIet I Tilt pm:, Young Ttoi It\

"'I want to see what kind of a --just-what-I-choose-to- se Friday.vlrt. ,., p.m., benefit
l M U J.LI I G ,\ N by C.II.W. peper you put out first before I you -andnotadarnbltmore"administrator. I I VENICE CATHOUC CHURCH supper
give you any advertising Mr. type of
I Naaui at Tampa Avenue
Williams. Fr .nkly, I don't think Frankly, of course we'd vote I, Venice
Reo. C. L. Elilandtr, Pastor
Endorsement of political candidates by newspapers Is a tried Venice Is big enough to supporta for almost anyone befor wedvote 0 8.131.. M...
and true custom In the world of politics but somehow, It has always weekly newspaper unless It Is to re-elect a man who considers
seemed to us to be a little presumptuous as well as a violation of one subsidized And I'd like to see who himself so perfect that work and administration of if-
of the principal tenets of "How To Win Friends and Influnece subsidizes you ... and whY'" he can Ignore the wishes or desiresof fairs of a private art school that

People". before I give you any advertising. those who put him In office. he cannot come down to this rd

t"r11 You know the old saying..... However( ," he grinned "111 give I We believe school superintendentsare of the county more than once i
? "Never argue religion or politics or otherwise at the moment. you a subscription" not per se, Infallibly right month. If that often? Who I Ignored<<
d If you want to keep a friend." Caspersen Is NOT a politician ... Well we felt like telling him to Just because they happen to hold Nokomltf School trustees' recommendations

n So THE GONDOLIER ... the he's too blunt and outspoken to do "you know what with his an elective office. Nor should they for needed Improve-
r newspaper n. Is not attemptingto ever be a good politician -.. but subscription, but we didn't. And, take the attitude that any criticism ments last summer? Who thinks ill

tell anyone how to vote but mostly hes RIGHT, from the thinking It over later we cameto of their administration efforts l is perfectly fit and proper tint
The Gondolier. US" will standpoint of John J. CItizen. the conclusion that .. the Is lese maJesty." Venice should send Its children

simply tell you how we Intend to Finn antagonizes a lot of people situation in Venice being what It TOO MANY THINGS HAVE out of town to school Etc. f.:.
cast our own personal ballot >. who do not know him very well .. was -- he was at least partly correct BEEN GOING ON IN THE SARASOTA ad Infinitum and ad nauseam.
r it t. and why .* In some of the case simply because he cares not on : he had a right to demand COUNTY SCHOOL SYSTEM Yes ... one hearty emphatic
up for decision next Tuesday whose toes he treads If he thinks proof of our good Intention before TO MAKE; us PERSONALLY vote for L S. Bullington from

4 Among those The Gondolier he's In the right. He antagonizedus lending us his support. FEEL LIKE BRAGGING The Gondolier.
1 will vote for are: the first time we ever met him, So we'll cast one vote for FINN ABOUT OUR SCHOOL SET.UP. 3.Ah, well we've run out of
d ttC 1. ... FINN W, CASPERSEN I In fact. It was this way: W. CASPERSEN for county commissioner What happened at Englewood? space, but Just for the sake of the
'f for County Commissioner, DIs- When we started THE GONDOLIER Why did MI.SS Pinkerton resignas record and without doing Ir'o

trlct 3.Because. March 6. 1946 we were 2. .-.. L. S BULLINOTONfor principal of the Central School? detail as to our reasons, we'll vote
Caspersen stands head I Fleeted: In a friendly fashion by COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT Whose idea Is It that the answerto for
61 and shoulders above the field virtually everyone In Venice. OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION the pressing need for new FULLER WARREN for Coir
1- when it comes to ability, and sincere Even those businessmen who school buildings all over the county nor:
16}'"y' desire to fight tor what Is :I couldn't see their way clear to BECAUSE Bullington has can best be met by dragging LEWIS E. PURVIS for Circuit

right, no matter how unpopular start advertising right away had pledged himself to give the south in old Army barracks? Who Is so Judge:
) At : } such a course may be, politically kind words to say, and test wishes ern end of the county an "even busy with his vocal Instruction ROSS BOYER for.Sherlff.
of y'j


I F You believe Sarasota County should have schools as good as any in the

nation .

t i

I F \

You believe in "A Public School Man In A Public School Job" _

i I F You believe improvement schools should keep pace with the growth of

Sarasota County

Vote for I

L. S. Bullington ,


County Superintendent- of 46 Public Insfeiih..r on

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....,. April 29. ,.4. VENICE GONDOLIER tcQlade seslew 1 : :

JOB PRINTINGVenice Larson SeeksReelection L1NSERT NAMED Some Men'Spend t

Col! E. E. Llnsert of SarasotaIs
Gondolier As the first Congressional district Years iI i
delegate to the National Repub-
I WEST VENICB'AVENUB PnONE J1U State TreasurerTallahassee lican convention. I

Llnsert,, vice-chairman of the The
: Calling attentionto Sarasota! County Republican committee -
GAYCONSTITUTIONAL his record of handling more I was elected delegate at a
And than a billion dollars of public meeting of the Republican executive -
GOVERNMENTRETURN I funds since assuming office, State I committee Thursday night.
I Plans for the Republican primary men t tbuilding.
Treasurer J. Edwin Larson Is continuing building'r
May 4 also were discussed
+ I his campaign for renoml- Building '
i nation to that position. He haRI
FQR FOUR FULL YEARSAS of general government state colleges Helping their
planned a full itinerary during
I hospitals, old ae: a.slj,1anceand prosper,
the remaining weeks of the campaign schools.
I Vhtth man do
I Larson also serves as state fire emor-
COMPTROLLERSTATE Besides the duties of State marshal, enforcing laws against
r I Treasurer Larson serves as*state fire hazards and arson As a A man whi I
!insurance commissioner, supervising : member of the state cabinet he Or a nan "
Of FLORIDA the writing of all InsuranceIn serves on more than twenty state tanning and !
Florida and the collection of beards Including the board of education -
The Man Who Ii Smart more than $9.000.000 In premium state Institutions, administration -
Enough and Capable taxes licenses and fees, all of railroad assessment
which go to defray the'expenses public safety and securities
Enough to Save Tax II I ,. i
payers ot the Stat of I ,I

Florida For L. Grady Burton t, f't 'I


A YEAR-AND MORE Attorney General
B, Use ot Buimen Ability end Common Sent II III
I A capable find experienced lawyer with I
A Good Watchdog Is Never Robbed! I an outstanding record of public service

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Sin.tor w. A. i Bill, ,. .

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(The successful! planner, 1 I
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Can be trusted to keep Ins : '

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CONSTRUCTIVE PROGRAM FOR .. j and PROVED his character.There
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ALL FLORIDA-/ -- is no substitute for
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HIGHWAY There is substitute far t.
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Aleillroom I truth i !i iI iPerformance
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IECOGNITlfN.ASY ACClfS is better than
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I / FLORIDA'S r(jOY INO a STANDARDS g, :- promises t
GOVeRHMENf 'w"" ; f r4le FIOQ/DA f r j'- I III
CONTINUEDIMPKOYMFN7 STATE HEALTH r ctTfiysfZOGKAM try ;.r i ;r II Bill fhandk has been tlil'dII ,I

AND WELFARE :? AN EFFECl/ At' I pioMnHe 'i
OF'SCHOOL ,P OG 2AM. effOWAYUMON, 4. seeks )our tote on the had
SYSTEM IMPROVED / of premises kept and fledges Wff'lrd -



Let's Join Hands

"WHEN I am your Governor, I will diligently trust and solemn responsibility which has been witli-

devote four years of consecrated service to the temporarily committed to my keeping by the

people of Florida. I will energetically apply people of a great and sovereign State. At all SHANDSand

the in public service. -
experience I have gained
I times, I shall earnestly strive to so conduct myself

in an earnest effort to make your State Government t
that at the end of my term as Governor, youwill
more of a blessing and I less of f a burden.,
I will : still trust me cs. you did on inaugurationpersonal
never treat the Office of Governor as my Elect Him

I\( possession, but rather as a sacred .

"Furthermore." says Fuller Warren "when I am your Governor, Florida'sNext

you will be able to talk with me by simply coming to Tallahasseeor

by calling me by long distance telephone. You won't have to
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OONDOLIm Thursday, April
Pal. EI t VENIcE

him in the run-off. the quiet of their homes.
: least to see
these folk think and feel

l" TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY" 1 But If Small he is. Margin It will be by t will How tell the story and all the

y By RUSSELL KAY mighty small margin and I would pre-election predictions as far as

Just gas soon put my money on I am concerned, are Just a lot of,
English Shanls or McCarty be- even be wrongabout
Although: this column Is written only eight days before the I consider them that close. hogwash./ I may
'-"'[ I still] feel unqualified to make any prediction as to the And when the smoke clears a- Warren but he a the only
way if it Is Warren and anyone
picture a week before election FIRST In everybody's book. I
i 1 etlll look on Fuller Warren as tow man and will Indeed be I, of the four candidates opposing figure where there Is that much MOTHER'S DAY
I him in the second go-round you
nuiui-ifii if he falls to be top smoke there must be some fire. I "To
political me.
can look for the biggest You always
w WM but as for second place chance to finish In second place.I state's history. look lovely." That's
fight In the
+t .t it am bod)"'s guess In my book. I know that the various polls all Many people contend that who- I,II Mart what from your KNOWLESsays. gift to
\ hit
3t mid B< EnplUh Shands. ever goes in the second primary \\ 1 No other gut
TUfTartj discount Watson and do not Include with Warren will defeat him but so effectively com eita
cr and I don't
nm>M\rlj! mean that they rate him as a contender, butI I'm not to sure about that. War. compliment...... Is so as worthy Jew.elry.
ren Is strong; he will poll most of Mother
n tttat order AH four of these disagree I figure Tom will makea on her day
the fir t
In Don't
of his strength wait until the
"A cnnaMtVM are nmnnlng good mighty good showing and It ary but his opponent 'prlm-j last minute. Stop in

r -rfrd: I glee them an all the rest. Warren can be now and selec some.
even would not
surprise me In then thing nice for your
1 his share Cooper Painting
a ed on to pick up mom.
will' get a good vote and so will UpholsteringBody

y UNCLE'S TEA ROOM MacF adden, and my guess Is that. RepairingElectric KNOWLES

IZ'f4 Cocper motets will swing to Warren WeldingAnd JEWELERS
1..1. Venice' U86 while most of the MacFad-
Enllruod. Fla.
den votes will go to his opponent. Post Office Arcade
General Auto
OPEN Repairs
.. ALL YEAR I expect MacFaddon to run aheadof

a' t SALADS I Neck and Neck
SANDWICH33: Miami AvenuePhone
In other races my guess 15
; Serving Hours: 12 2 5:30 8 that Day and Fraser will run 2541
>a'ti HE RAISIE| OUR OWN BROILERS neck and J1l'ck with Lee far in the
wouldn't venture to name .
Closed All D4V Tuesday rear I
r the lead man In this race

r -'M although from reports reaching EVERY DAY PRICES TO FIT YOUR PURSEYALLACE'S
VN..iJ..7JIM.WVjiJiJJfJ.. 'i t me it appears that Fraser hasa
: slight edge. But remember this
' I A Privilege to Live In Florid :' Is written a week before the elect \ GROCERYFrozen
; the can change.In .
ion and picture
h i A Distinction to Live in Venice I the Attorney General' Foods Staples Dairy Product!

I'' race it still looks like Orady Burton Meats

H. N. WIMMERS il to me although En'In ha
made steady progress and Crews
;F l t Realtor 8:30 Ax04 P.'I.
is a dark how not to be discounted
r .
i t VENICE a FLORIDA as he has more relatives than Sunday-8:00A.M.-1:00 P.\I. 4:30P.M.-T'.30P5L
Fred Cone and Is backed by a I
', + Where the T.mi.nii Trail Meets the Open Gulf strong organization McArthur "

Z rpY':.' 'l Yr: 15 11 j I started late and while he will get '............................." ...,,..,..,###.##a444f
fj.Wcrt'tWfr: .! 'Irort. i I some votes. I can't see him as a
: contender In the run-off It couldbe When You: Want A Plumber Bad

r9 either Crews or Ervin. Be Sure That He Is GOOD
Maintained and As far as Commissioner of Agriculture .

t Property Cared For Is concerned it seems to ; Dependable Plumbing
be Nathan Mayo all the way. Mo Contracting
; Repairing
During Your Absence Clellan has put on a good rac Full Line Fixtures and Materials
and conducted a clean energetic
CIo.se Correspondence campaign but he Is up againsta Water Pumps Pipe and FittingsLET

a tough man In Mayo and nothing t'S FIGURE YOUR JOB ESTIMATES GfUl

make him Commissioner I .

: ; ..,. C. HAROLD BATES Hard To Tell : Phone 3601 Venice, Florida

,u I ENT.LEUOOD VENICE: 3390 In the race for RillTad Commissioner .,,.ra,,,,a,,,,,,,,..,,.,,.,.,...,.........,.,,,." .,

Green and Mack are
t running so close and kicking up
so much dust that It Is difficult to "Sick Radios Made Well In Venice"
determine how they stand Mack Modern Test Equipment

I VENICENOKOMISBANK has made a splendid commissionerand Genuine Partn-Fr.ee EstimateS |

has a fine record; his fellow PHONE 2672

members on the commission are B. & W. Record Player
supporting him wholeheartedlyas

are a legion of friends and well Setchdi-carison Portable Public Address System |

VENICE, FLORIDA t wishers, but Lex Green Is a great and For Kent By Day Month or tt'eekBrewster
campaigner and can count on a Radios AC or Battery Operated

"WE INVITE YOUR ACCOUNT" lots of votes In any race for anything VENICE RADIO SERVICE

and it is anybody's guess
t Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. here M In some of the other 251 \V. Venice Avenue CECIL H. GRILSE1SAYWE
races. ;01

5000 Maximllm Inlll"ne. In the lace for State Treasurer
for Each Depositor $5000Convenient It looks like Ed Larson with very

little difficultly Doc Carlisle has I

made a valiant effort but Ed has I I
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too much on the ball and Is too ; t. YOU SEEN 15

tough an opponent for most any

. contender, ; / LORDSHIP ? )

Readers will note that I have \
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to everything attempted to call few shots in f
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this election and for good reason \ { '

Simply tecause: I don't know the /
\e'h !1 You Stay :at the II PATIO, answer any more 'than anybod \

You're else does,The election will be decided <
the Post t Office, Theatre, : \ '
by a lot of folks who s'gn-d! \
IhiMiu'S'S District, Beach :and Gulf Course. no poll cards, attended no rallle .

and have made up their minds in i r'l

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MAKE YOUR HESEHTJOSOW: .! Dependable -.. I, \ ; -r"d.

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Chrysler Products You needn't be "up In the air" about where to find yOIII

EL PATIO HOTEL favorite that brands of whiskey, wInes, gins, or rl1l1l.... JI'lt remember
the belt the market offers can always be found at
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]-'C"LASS"I"'FIE'D! : : : I ADS I centr CLASSIFIED RATES a word forM AD t4r'i '1'-

IIon.1 words,.ord.1 cent .a"b<*_MAIN.

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If WILL Give you from Ml* Its In GUEST HOUSE: FOB REtfT CONCRETE WORK and trucking. Louis of business DON'T WISH YOU HAD i
E old radio *clvd shipif TOE SUMMER Adurian Phone Venice 2060.
mar records. ALPHA MUSIC Nicely furnlihrd Will ventilated. and residential sites In city of Venice Lo&aoOroveland
> latest Comfortable and pleawnt. Utilities In. Earl CottKll Paul Nave by owner If interested, suggest you invmtlgata 50' x 159' Building
p. ., thwti* clurtfd Special summer ritct Privacy P.D. Ready for occupancy Mir I. M.... Sonia Motor ttimptiiir equipment. Work rui -
WO Chrysler' N;w toire..rgood" Terry Phone tonHELP. mt *4. Phone Sarasota 10-640 or Venice $200.00'
pal Radio and ..t.r. Call Vei.ic.llUHKrl. .
t ,: WANTED GENERAL REPAIRS Lawn mowers REAL ESTATE SERVICE. Paved Electricity Water
sewing machines, stores washing ma-
'. TRAILER. God shape. hlnrtc. Saws sharpened C. A. Lamb Sales Rentals Fee Simple Deed.
U- HI. W.. Hall, SOS Ventee RESPONSIBLE woman for houwvork lust off Trail near Snug Harbor: P. O.
"', Also MM care of children afternoons and Box 157 Laurel Covering the FORT MYERS AREA and Purchaser to pay fo' AbstractIf
-...... Call Venice 27JI all of SOUTHWEST FLORIDA Mod
STRONG STURDY PLANTS for Flor- nt homo to beautiful riverfront estates abstract derlred..
PCB OF 4 l>y 8 SHEETRCKnew Sewing Masons Ida Isndirsping low priceMELROY's .. Coastal loMtioni including itnprov
; FTWMInctww
Window, Frosted CleMFIRNITURK LEGAL NOTICES NURSERS Laurel ed and unimproved tropical islands, b..hpro"rll.
.., fiiihinft lodite business
rasa IIt4I.ble. Ss. M,. Sunnier alld Established IOS opportunities and income artu.... tnclud H. N. WimmersREALTOR
Venter Av. over Jim Ponders Lipstore. Tarn right at Laurel Port Office.GENERAL Inn motor courts. trailer ramp. hotels
NOTICE OF INTENTION .ntr.u: ;;;. operating ranches. farms and groves .
TO REGISTER FICTITIOUS KAlE Yard HAULING and shell"sand. Large ind small tract of land A FLORIDALOST i
work. Murk fill dm VENICE
SED : *f all Vlndi. VeaTdmg TW undersigned do hereby -..Ty that Pete E..... Phone 20U complete rental service Bend for free tf
Pmt, IF W. Miami Amin.FFMIVE they are conducting a plumbing! hu.lnm descriptive folders and maps of this trop
1102 at Evrtrwwd Horlds. under the firtl. iral section.
thus Hif 1'f
1. " watolies, wrist watrfce and that said firm l. eimtpnsrd "f the f<*- UT First Street Fort Myers, Florid."Ev..tI.l.r LOST .. Silver Evans ehraret Iips aw ti
the thing for school or .. R. bowing prawns whiner names and ptaviif ( from Page One>> and ..... Inscription Innlde Kwl. PerMe .
'In Real E-'. ." 26nl.: Ve tc* Pas.Trailer
residore Reading phone
rr ..Ie.*kr. 824 8. Orange, Sam is". are u fiilkiwn
Fred L. Long 1. Long. Jr.. Enekws.d Enirli-wod" Fi.nda.Ownerehlp Florl.taRaymond .. County school system Both the USUAL and UNUSUALcounty Park _______-

DO-GALLON Pressure waterV25 of LONG PLUMBING: ANDWprLlJ'S Claim Attacked WILL Person who I..k army. TV-
-- --- out of Oonliy lift st WuW.nlRhl
Phone 2434 In M follows it al one Bhi .- it
pt Raymond J. long. Fnrlrvmil A'hoids.Raymond 'ThIs claim was vigorously attacked glean =
.. commission affairs have the service slatltin. No qiiwtuma
J lxm Ml Per rant A@A
It l> our Intention hi, apply 1. the, by Bulllngton however, as been handled criticized the do-
Clerk of the Tlrrult Court hi and for *.r.ola Ii r
llEARING1to.1t1nued .. County Fk.rida. to register the said I was Kimbrough'i claim that nation of large amounts of money GuaranteedWatch
name iif hang Plumbing and Potion under '. asota County now ranks first in by the county to the "Sara;;ota "I t
| ( from Page One> the provisions the
state the
from standpoint of
of flnrida. Art of 141. city-owned hospital unless we get
large; delegation from Nokoml. wit_$.our hand. chin 24th tinyIf having the greatest percentage ol better co-operation from the Repairing ,\/ i
ApriL 104
II I present: evidence designed to I RAMHOXTl J VONO trained teachers' CIty," Art Suppllelo-
FRED: V HIM., JRPuhbxhl (
tit:' the channel and turnSnjHoik. : : Apr. 21. May 0. lt 211. 1 I 4K. Mr. Kimbrough has painted a Caspersen also declared he favors 'Fl iendly, Courteous

cis nice picture of a 'paper' school consolidation of certain city- Rprvlrp"R. I] ,!

Final Arrangements system" Bullington asserted "butI county governmental functions"in r*

Assistant District Engineer BAD CHECK ClUECC I 1 don.t believe there h a county principle," but urged that local Barry, Jeweler tt

ioma.s D. Outhrle came to Yent Arrested bye Chief or Pohce, In the entire state of Florida" control of governmental affairs 324 South Orange Ave. r! ..

from Jacksonville early this where the teacher morale Is so be not completely surrendered. Sarasota t'
Gerry Pestotnik of Venire a 15- United f f
Member of the
et to confer with! Harry A poor as In Sarasota County"Blasts .
year-old Chicago school girl and I Horologlcal Association
!aeh C. of C. secretary, and KImbrough Speak Briefly 1
ber 23-year-old companion., LeRoy The Incumbent county commissioner '
ale final arrangements for tot.row Bulllngton also blasted at Krm- "

morning' hearing. Burke. were held in the county brough for what he termed W. L Woodard of Laurel, EXTERIOR AND INTEBIO I t

The misting project for Casey'i jail today on bad check "swivel-chair administration" of and his predecessor on the board. PlINTTNtl I j
chu-jres. the county school affairs ex-Mayor M. Cousins of Venice. -
51 'Venice' Inlet provides for .

channel nine feet deep and 100t According to Pest-otnlk, Buikc "Mr. KimbrouRh knows less spoke briefly asserting their past I \\r Spray Paint In Your ; I I0
records spoke for themselves. Also -
wide from the Gulf of Mext- Is charged with hating passed tw i about what Is going on In the Individual Taste
speaking as county commis-
to the fay and for two paral- check made out to Charles Levi I Sarasota County school system v

Jtttleit The proposed; work Its to ,hlch the name of C. H Bates than you do." he declared. In attacking sioner candidates, were Mrs. Mary Have Your Lawn Furmfurr '
Scott and E. A Burt, both of i. /
understood would extend the of Englewood had been forged. H e Kimbrouphs boasting of Spray Painted Now! "
Sarasota. {
aimpl clear to the TamlamI said "Burke, wanted In Miami and the "supervisory" staff he has Installed "We Hare The Cblnc" 'R

all 'U. S. 41), between EagleEit other places on bad check charges, I since becoming county superintendent Several othT candidates, or
'their representatives spoke at T. E. HOLLAND R
and NokomIs proper, with atso Is on two years' probation three yeaN ago.
both the Nokomis and Venice rallies Tamtam Trail Next Phone ;f
basin lying! Just west from Duluth. Minn. for child "I premise you," Bulllngton
this week. Both meetings were to Community" 312S
highway near the Carl abandonment, desertion, and contempt went on. 'that if I am elected
Gordon Higel of
presided over by
development. of court. county school superintendent. I
Sarasota. '
will devote my full time and attention 2633 -Sarasota2529 '

to that Job not delegateauthorl'y l

PHONE IN ATIIRRY 3461* I I to 'supervisor'." Roof ROOFING Work of All Kinds 1 Phones t t

'Do Nothlngfsm'Bullington 1. Ambulance .1
I' No Answer. Call I 2955 also criticised Kim- ALVIN P. JONES j

of .,_- Bus, 2873 Home 2981
. VENICE TAXIUDRIVEIT brough for espousing a policy Service 2:

CAR FOR RENT do-nothlnglsm" with regard to

providing proper school housing 'FOR QUICK, RELIABLE Day or Night

"I don't object to barracks," SERVICE. CALL J
Prompt and CourteousROBARTSSHANNON j !
Bulllngton VenicePlumbing I

VALUE RECEIVEDDue purposes but not for educating

children" ShopBox Funeral Home :;
He also charged that Kim- 14, Venice Phon. 2153

to some peculiarity that has escaped brough I* so "economyminded"that 1.

solution by the writer, we have for a lung time the county equips Its school

had a situation here in Venice whereunder busses with "economy" tires Instead L. N. Shirling

of first grade tires. jt
municipal taxes have always aroused storms of I
"That Is false economy and a '

protest, Jet county taxes have been paid with- dangerous practice," Bullington PLUMBINGAll ,tl

out Insisted.
a whimper. ,
Commission Race Kinds of Repairs Estimates Furnished j

Perhaps it is time for someone to :analyze Also claiming major attention Complete Line of ': I

Just what we are getting for our tax dollar i leach from last nights: audience were
case. the talks of the five candidate Fixtures Pipes Water Pumps :and Fittings f.

for the Democratic nominationfor

Granted it is proper for the more populousareas county commissioner District Englewood Phone 339 : :

to assist the outlying districts in order to 3 I
Former councilman Finn W.
build them 'Up. There is a direct return in the Caspersen of Venice continuinghis I

way of business that makes this: well worth- attacks on the way In which 3-i Do You Have

while. V an ABSTRACT or

But it is certainly the duty of every indi- Interior Kxtrrli J TITLE INSURANCE Jon

vidual charged with the handling of taxpayers' Cement Work the property you own? ,

receivedfor F'tlm.t ny Request You will need one or the
monies to make sure there is full value 6 other sometime. Avoid delay.
each dollar spent. That I shall try to do it PLASTER Phone V.nlc. IIB1 Come In and talk to us about

Jon elect me to office. llllt your title.




YOU WHILE:. ., Abstract Companyof

Candidate for County Commissioner, WAIT Sarasota r'

District 3. Deke' Shoe Repair
lira J. 111" PraMeMACCURACY
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St. Mark's Church Osprey School to To The

s and Schedule ListedThe Hold Musical

"r a campfli? will feature the next -
Rev. Dr. Leonard W. 8 Tomorrow Editor. Venice IIO/lj/
1 local Cub Pack meeting, to be
Stryker rill have charge of the "Music Festival" will be held The Gondolier
Vid at I p m. next Monday at
11 a. m. services at St. Mark tomorrow. Friday night at I o' WHO IS KILLING OUR SONG BfRDS'
Vatic Beach Patents are urged
4 to AUrnd I Episcopal Church the first three clock at the Osprey School, with ii Ewrd for Information

Sundays in May also the servicesat all residents of this district Invited Someone with a BB fun or a sling shot Is shooting our K
Authorized r 10 a m on Ascension Day. May to attend, it was announcedthis feathered friends that we should all be proud to protect.

6, It was announced this week. week by Mrs. Homer E. Mike- We have a feeding shelf for birds on our back porch that ,

After Sunday. Mav 6. St. Mark sell. principal. keep supplied with cracked grain and bird feed and we have hi,
services will be held on the second Included In the program ,will be reds of daily bird callers of many varieties. >

fourth and filth Sundays each the schools rhythm band the, Sunday, a Bobolink arrived to take back to Its babies It n.
to music
story of Cinderella set
.r month until October. and an original musical play with a broken leg. but able to hop tered away but never came

RADIO DEALER The P. T. A. will sell food and on one leg, to get food. A little Our little bird friends have
RIDUCE DAMPNESS DIES IN NEW YORK the Fifth and Sixth grades will later a beautiful little towhee come very tame, but several u

t'e O L. Herrick a former pres- hold a rummage sale proceed of fluttered down and lay on the missing this week. Can you
ident of the Rubberset Co. of which will be used to help pay
Zterm In your. shelf with one leg shattered and me who is shooting them I 5
Newark, N J,. and a winter resi- for a sightseeing trip to Tampa.
the.ay..d.ntIM its side hurt so badly that it the reward offered for mien,
dent of Nokomis. died of a heart
w.y.If. attack April 26 In New York City, RFTtRNING HOME could not stand, but lay en its side tlon).

UseDarlaoursai friends here learned this week. Mrs. B. E Bowen son, Douglas and tried to pick u? some food J. E BARTUrJ
He had retired from business last and daughter. Linda, are scheduled -
to return to their Bay Point
year Survivors Include his widow
f t. help sea"MILDiWaUlr
and two daughters. Nokomis, home this week-end New Construction
from a trip to Atlanta, Oa. where
m4 ROTTING Linda has been staying with rela- : Repairs and Remodeling

BAND DRILL tives In recent weeks I BUILD A HOME
Closet) Size . 98c Paul Ooldensteln Instructor of ADD A ROOM
Basement Size $2.98 tthe Vtnlce-Nokomis High School ,DELEGATESDelegates I ENLARGE YOUR HOlSt
band announced yesterday thata from the auxiliary of BUILD A PORCH
marching and playing drill will No-Vel Post of the American Legion BUILD !NEW GARAGE
be held from 10 a. m. to 12 noon to the state convention last 'all 3752 and we will\ rail on you at your convenience ml |
A ,Saturday In the park In frontof week-end at Panama City were estimate on )our need
ti.3 K U. Also participating In Mrs Ruth Kuykendall and Mrs G. E. Youngberg
the drill will be the Cub Scouts Mae Wr de. Mrs. Jessie Jonas of
Bugle and Drum Corps I Englewood also attended the convention -

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Building A New Home?
Onr Found Size 75c CINNAMON BREAD
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