Venice gondolier
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079934/00014
 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: May 15, 1946
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
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071736
oclc - 01497811
notis - AKR0035
lccn - sn 96027128
System ID: UF00079934:00014
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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!Ire Tlorlda election annals, by a $70,000

f "top.men" ': instead ot two Treasure Island transaction,

compete I for the Democratic V WffppSI* ;, several announcements con-
.(nation for' county commis- cerning real estate and busi-
sr from District S in the tec- ness activity in Venice and

primary May 28. vicinity were made during the
mtestants will be W. L. "Bill' past week.

dard of Laurel, who was highin Richard H. Gedney, local real

the first primary balloting estate man, revealed the sale of

week with 183'votM, and 2,500 feet of Gulf frontage on

:*ge Higel and M. Cousins, both Treasure Island, near the North

'enice, who were tied for sec- bridge, to the Pama Land Corporation -

place with 96 votes each. ( of Clearwater, for a reported -

(ouslns led Higel, M (to 83, in consideration of $70,000.

semi-official count, but when Two thousand feet of the prop-

absentee ballots wen counted erty, which runs from the Gulf to

Thursday Nigel gained three Little Sarasota bay, was sold by
.* to Cousins' two and tied the C. S. Hasbrouck of Sarasota. The

,ent county commissioner for :1 adjoining 500-feet frontage was
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ice- Noltomlll.aurel.o.preyrict ) sold by Victor Semones, Venice

for second place. Sarasota County International Tarpon Tournament, which will run to July 31, got under way jeweler

nless Woodard succeeds In today, with numerous boats putting out into the Gulf from both the Sarasota municipal pier and the Harry Sperry, president of the

Lag more votes than Cousins Venice-Nokomis docks Fishermen from all over the nation will compete in the tourney, in an effortto corporation, said his firm Intendsto

Higel combined. on May 28, a snare the capital prize for the largest tarpon caught the 1946 Buick sedan (minus the girl) shown subdivide the property into

i run-off may be necessary, It above. It was donated by Harry Leuschner of the Sunshine Buick Co. of Sarasota. Numerous other building sites within the near future .

reported although it is pos- valuable prizes are being offered by the Sarasota County Anglers' club, sponsors of the tournament. .
! that the county Democratic For the first few weeks, most( of the tarpon are expected to be caught off Venice and E. O. Brady of $30,000 Deal

utive committee is empower- Nokomis has been appointed an official tournament weighmaster. Lucky anglers can bring their Gedney also announced the sale

aider1 the law to step in and catches to him for weighing at the Venice-Nokom! docks along the Tamiami Trail. To qualify for by Col. Douglas Graham of Engle-

gnate the party's nominee for prizes, fishermen must, before going out for tarpon, pay $1 entry fee and register In this vicinity eitherat wood, to the C. E. Corrigan Estateof

final election next fall the office of the Venice-Nokomis Chamber of Commerce, or with Brady at the Venice-Nokomis Sarasota, of 1,600 feet of Gulf

> unusual is the situation that docks. frontage on Manasota key, at

ate as last Monday night no North Galleon's Reach. Reported
ial opinion to the consideration in this deal was
as correctI Legion Post To
I procedure in such a case had Tilley Offers Council $30,000.
L handed down. Elect Officers Sale of the A. 111. Sofield resi-

tends reported that both Higel Plan to dence to Mr. and Mrs. Lambert
Cousins had been sounded out Friday NightWith Beautify CityA G. Neff of Chicago, through the
H. M. Wimmers real estate office
I their willingness to withdraw ,
its charter
granted by for beautification of the of Venice
comprehensive plan city also( was disclosed this week. The
'vor of the other to American I
; so as pre- Legion national head-
Ronald S. approved tentatively by the city
proposed by Tilley, was Sofield home and grounds are a
splitting the Venice vote, but quarters, NO-VEL Post No. 259 i
council at its last week.
,Treasure Island showplace. The
neither candidate had shownh will meet In hall
Establishment of a municipal nursery to provide trees and plantsfor Neffs plan to make it their win-
! enthusiasm for the idea. above the Gulf theatre this coming
continuous beautification work, as well as maintenance of a large ter home.
ral opinion among "politicos"that Friday night, at 8:30: o'clock, to,
compost bed, were highlights olTilley Bay Point Sale I
unless this step mater- elect permanent officers. sider that phase of his proposal
plan, he presentedto
ed Woodard s which Also revealed was the sale by
easily would Particular attention when the matter next
calledto comes
was up
the council In person and accompanied the Venice Land Company of the
LIre top honors again, come ; the fact that the election meet- with sketches to illus- for. consideration
28. southwest corner of Bay Point in'
ing will be held Friday night, Instead trate proposed( methods of planting Zoning problems also occupiedthe Nokomis to Dr. Edward H. Jonesof

of the customary Thursday parkways. attention of the council, with' that community. About 4%

deral Officials evening time, by Ralph Simpson, To Investigate announcement being made that acres were involved and Dr. Jones
who has been serving as temporary the councilmen plan almost imme-
ming Here To Tilley and Councilman George already has embarked Upon extensive -
commander of the recently organized W. Higel, city superintendent of diately to take steps to make a Improvement of the prop-

cuss VAAF.Plans post. streets and parks, were authorizedby sweeping revision of the city's erty, which adjoins his home.

On May 31, also a Friday night the council to proceed imme- present zoning ordinance Work on a sea wall and private
group of officials 'of the army, meeting, the new officers and the diately to investigate possible sites The subject was brought up bya dock is under way.
War department's Real
post itself will be Installed by a for the nursery and compost written request for rezoning for Negotiations( were handled by
ion, and other federal repre'tives' delegation from Sarasota Bay Post ground, and are to report back at commercial use of two plots of Frank J. Cadwell of the H. N.
win arrive
at Venice No. 30. Special plans are being the next regular meeting of the property at Venice Inlet. The request Wimmers office Cadwell, incidentally -
7 Air leld within i few days made for the affair. \ council, May 21, with their recommendations came from George F. Gibbs, : left Venice last Saturday for
iscuss,dttefls of
the proposed The temporary change to Friday jr., who advised the council: his summer home at Clinton,
isltion ol aft part of the
tivated night meetings was made in orderto Tilley, experienced in city beau- "I have recently purchased Conn.
*0 MM air base by
i17 of ;, permit members of the local tification work, prepared the planas (Venice Inlet) from the Venice Robert Baynard, president of

unty V51& M. Cous- Legion post to take part in the a contribution toward making Inlet Company," Gibbs wrote, thus Venice Land Company, also dis-
current mens summer bowling Venice a more attractive city and confirming rumors that the valu- closed that he has leased the west
nd Bieluad H ; tdney, mem-
of league at the Bowlakade. citizens present at the council able Inlet property had changed store room of the Mohler build-
,th Join eifr-Chamber of
meeting, as well as the councilmen hands recently. ing on West Venice avenue to J.
nneroa A\ committee
federal Pre-School Clinic themselves, highly praised his Asks Zone ChangeHe J. Jossart, who will open a plumb-
mist! *
group carefully thought-out and prepared asked the council to change (Continued on Page 3)
btaio' their reports To Be Held At proposal. land where the crash boat base is '
'. r to the Cut In '; "
.- Small Expense located from residential zoning to Electric
Laurel TomorrowThe
ab C. ll lilitfMis and
., i city While he requested the city to a business zone, to permit estab- I Rates Announced
Venice-Nokomis P.-T.A. establish a "beautification revolving lishment 4If a store and a sport
. received of-
_ it had been will conduct the annual preschoolclinic fund" of about $1,000, to finance fishing base there. He made a I A reduction in electricity rates, ..
at the Laurel school tomor- the work, he expressed the similar request Involving a large state-wide in scope, will become ;
to the hugetomorrow's '
; t row, Thursday, May 16, at 12:30: opinion that the project could be plot of land fronting on the Gulf, effective June 1, it was announcedlast
:! :'t' pm, it was announced by Mrs ; carried out at virtually no expenseto where an apartment-hotel and week by the Florida Power

George Higel, president. the city because Interested cit- restaurant may be erected. and Light company, which esti-

t All children who are five years izens would replenish the fund Reaction of the council was favorable mated the cut would mean an annual -
day nine months and older, who are with contributions from time to but no immediate action saving of $2,500,000 for the

entering school next fall for the time.Mrs. was taken on his request, the utility customers.

r first time, are urged to be presentfor H. L. Mundy, keenly interested council deciding to postpone a de- More than 200,000 customers in

a of the Com- the examination. in improving the attractiveness I cision until it could discuss the ,Venice and 320 other Florida communities -

i to next Wed- of Venice, has offered financial entire city zoning picture. .will benefit, it was stated

1 22, was an- HOME BY PLANE aid and her assistance in by McGregor Smith, company

Mrs H Swill Mrs. Edith Obendorf, who has maintaining a citizens' committeeto ATTEND BANQUET 'president, with the largest savings
been visiting her son and daugh- obtain funds for the beautifi- Mr. and Mrs Charles Wrede going to residential users who now

be er-in-law, Mr. ,and Mrs Carl cation work, Tilley said recently attended a banquet and pay monthly bills of $5 or less.

i on the My- Obendorf, here this winter, has The council took no direct action business session of Lambda Chi However, small stores and shops

nbers and returned to her Cincinnati homey on his 'revolving fund" request Alpha, national social fraternity, also will get reductions averaging

d. b plane. but Indicated it would con- at from 13 to 20 per cent.


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the southwest comer of West Venice :
: VENICE GONDOLIER"I Women's Summer avenue and Nassau street to name apartment to ba, .-'
L. T. Ratlitt of Wauchula was announced V

do not agree with a word you say, but I will Bowling League this week by Mrs. H. P. Was repone l

k defend with my life your right to say tt."-VOLTAIREPublished Dye Ratliff plans to renovate the now' mana8er d
., I apartment het
) I' every Wedneid.y. Editorial office In Neitlewood/ Giftark STANDINGS t

I, Shop, West Venice Avenue, Venice Florid Venice 2673. Total >'a

r w:. '. f' One year, $2.50; three monthi. $1. Classified' W L Pins I
advertising i rte/Vent.? per word, first 20 word.; 1 cent per word fort A Privilege to Live In FloridaA
R+ : ; Trailer Park ."..... 3 0 1688
.t. word.
.. each additional Blackburn's .. 2 1 1627

1 CARROLL H. WILLIAMS "..--..--,-.----.-- Editor end ''ubll.hrMULLIGAM Nestlewood .. ..... 1 2 1599 Distinction> l to lie|

Palm GnU .......... 0 3 1613 H. N. ..
I'I "homesick for Venice." That t Venice Garage.... 0 0 t WIMMERS K

r new seven pounds plus boy at the Bowlakade ........ 0 0 0 Realtor M
t home of Mr. and Mrs. Smyth Bro- Results Monday night: Venice

i hard will be named Smyth Bayside Trailer Park defeated AI

; ) Dollison Brohard II. Touring Palm Grill, 3 to 0; Blackburn's VENICE 0 FLORIDA!

r. Spurred on by the fact thatf.ghs.ng Florida Dr. John Crimley, Service Station defeated Nestle- Where the Tamlaml Trail Meets URI
erly associated with the torm.I' wood Gift Shop. 2 to 1. (Note: the o",,
t. I : tarpon already have in- Fred H. Albee in New York Third game protested by Nestle- ytclit

aded Venice waters in great paid a surprise visit to wood on ground of incorrect tcor- ,

: number, even matching at bait Green here last week. He wanted Ing.) r ..
I -
.' t, -* 'MA*******, fichmir from the I 10 see the Venice of which he had ....." ;Q\, : I \:..lIiI i jetties last Monday.1 heard so much. Opined to Green, Palm Grill .S20 551 842 1613 P[K;

't r entrants in the li-6! International 1 I before he continued his tour, that High game, 1-15; high series, 399, FUNERAL DIRECTORS :ra''

t ; Tarpon Tournament today began everything he had heard about our Louise Smith, Palm Grill. ;:;:::

r their hopeful quest for "that big community was true. Duval Blackburn's .527 530 570 1627 Ambulance Services
1 ft I one" that would enable them twin o Boone. who has lived in this part Nestlewood .500 552 547 1599 !
the new Buick sedan of the state for the past 11 years :
I put up High game 178: high series 434, Day or Night Jj
II ac the tourney's capital prize. Several is the new VeniceN'okomisLaurelEnglewood "Blond)'" Ringo, Blackburn's. ,
.' tarpon were caught during manager for Green's
; the put few diyi. although they Fuel Service. He succeeds t"plol11 142 North Orange Ave. PhOntlt

I weren't. of count eligible) for the I Sherling. who has been in ill I $70,000 SALEContinued SARASOTA

1 tourney, which officially carted a: health Ii.cidentally. the new "Serving Sarasota County For More Thin { Si!!
.I I U'Ol o'clock: :this morning. I' Green' Fuel teephone: number is
', i ( from Page 1)

;t: ed George a prt Willock>tourr.ey; of W-pounder Nokomis! land.j I':37:. . e association ng and heating with establishment Kincaid. in l: "" !o! I"......, !.! ..-..-..............-........_..............

Friday. fifhuig on Spencer Black. I, Jay Lamey! of Venice a student A. V'II.L;: ; DLt
!"' L.rI'I boat. I: p.ased him no end. of J. & J, Aircraft; last week tt I i Jossart, who operated a plumbing t

for hu brClher.m.Iatlltun, out the Saraiota-Bradenton airport :I shop here for seven years before i. PONDERPackage C
of Sarasota, had caught a 90- I the
war was plumbing and
>. i.'ouncier a couple of cays earlier. passed his examination for a private I heating foreman at Venice Army i :: Liquor Store t!

W Ilotk. Jut to make lure he had flying hcer.se. He was the Air Field for 38 months. Kincaid, :: f ,"
taken the larger fish had his catch 1.1'11 student pilot on the f.eld to I an Illinois well driller and pipe I.. Venice < ",.

I weighed by E. 0. Brady, who i* do so. Floyd Jo 'ner. of J. & fitter who has been located in

: acting at official VeniceNokomistournament J,'. Venice headquarters has received Sarasota for the past 10 months 11 Cocktail LoungeOn r b

weighrr.aiter at the his flight examiner's plans to move his family here. :: the Trail
Venice-N'okomii rating
( docks
i on the Tamiair.j Sale of the Dye Nokomis? j
Trail. from the Civil Apartments at .
:. : Aeronautics Auth :

.. ority. Stan Plockot ex-GI. ,'...............-..-.;-:O.-..-..-..-..-._-.- .-..-.-._..-_........_.._.._..........,.............
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ma Ima this hard to who is now on the editorial staff
t believe. fv of them recalling the of the Sarasota H.-T.
and is a frequent
\ V,. tons
near their
army training visitor to Venice, has hada
I camps with anything akin to plea.fUI'e. "Life in These United States" additional(2c ,I word word.first 21 Minimum words, Ie each FLY
tI I.. out one former VAAF solrtier item accepted by Reader's Digest. 10'I.e. Cash with Ad. Splc'al rates

.;, i actually got to homesick for They advised him; it will appear in lame more Id)thin one insertion of the Cruise at 110 M.P.H. With Safety

,j Venice one night last week that the June issue and sent him $200 Spin-Proof ERCOUPE E/1 fees
wade ---
,) a special long distance for the item, Instead WANTED
I call from Morrwtown of the customary STUDENT INSTRUCTION AIR TAX !!!

friend here. He was, N. J., to $100. Said the extra C- VAXT 110'. In RENT.....11 ).u.rlr! banln. J & J AIRCRAFT N-
Freddie ex-Cpl. note was "in appreciation." Stan :'.; r 1111'1'"Jr| n, h. V.nkLl ,

I..f many Venetians Evan, better known to had sent the item in several I AUTHORIZED ERCOUPE DEALERS
at "the
iceman"stationed months ago right after he had FOR SALE
P. 0. Box 291VENICE
at the aimy quartermastor from 2'j VENICE 2551 SAW
years' service Ml1'-" "'" f".t ,
c. ris+ on else l short
Ilr-.I,' .
; here. He overseas and had quite forgottenall J'I'I lfthi., Th.e J. Mi'Xfll. Inquire
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t f lle:: To: : !,'.d Betty McNeil last U T..nda. Vvnk'*. ------------
T..., about it until the check show-
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1. ItJ ___ l'Iuh j"ll tulle I Th.... J. :11.11., one. Inquire weld. CHECK YOUR PLUMB.a :
t' I T.I.I. 111..

ALPHA INSTITUTE OF "'1/\111'1:11.: undir State of VENICE -
[ MUSIC haw, ,
Phone ; for: Tnri.n' Club I and alp.> Have YLC
-: 32$ Laurel St. Sarasota Venice 2833Interested Tr..i uil.luia Cnbiina Oluli. Will
619 Harbor Dr., Venice moll nil rights r.Bn.inul.ls t,,. rr* PLUMBING T
Hiii.ii.e| | pariy. Henry W. Caukal.1U Septic ,

and"N 111:1111.mwiirrw-s.' twin site Th"a., with J McXU..|,rlnRi SHOP Clean S5c. :
; IM Tf.ndn. Venice. '

In TWO fan WOODEN army ,inal. Led. w. McKINNEY Before the I"
make Ant hunk ,.
r t I1t'.II.. Inquire club bed Thoo J. J. L. HATCHER Come =
V l.a 1'onda'nloe. ,

Phone Venice 2864 1I1111 rhlldr.n 1'1'/11)1. GIRL v. care ror
: ..,,duIlI1, lumn" months J
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70l Call
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CAPT BEN 4 15 p' m.
Registered Guide

y I' NOKOMIS LODGE Soon Aa Good Are AvaiW! *

k sr DINING Week ROOM We Will Have A Complete line f

J1 12 Luncheon to a p. Sunday m. -Days I to .Dinner p., m, New Household FurnisM(

I 12 to 2 Dinner
i Cloud atotp. m. Wanted . .

b Oil Shampoos For 1 = Mondays Used Furniture of all Types

Summer-Dry Hair Highest Prices Paid !
lad i ih y. .ie'
i/piJj55.hont! Number C/o Club La Tends Tlin J. McNeil
'; Summer 2372 Box 245, Venice i v-
heat calls for Green's Fuel ---f. '
J, 0' close attention to Service _oo' ,
your Venice
i '' : T hair Is it dry, brittle, Duval l Venice ByWiy -:

: I :difficult to manage? A Boone, Manager To Voters of District, No. I Please. Accept Ml

xr ;.: rich, oil shampoo
ax recipe to lovely, shining 1ft
d o hair Make S the Vote and Support ,,"
your appointment Given Ma la the May 7 Primary .
today. Call I p'
A voted
2971. earnestly solicit the support of those who
r' fortunate candidates your Co""Oa'the '
.Ti and will appreciate
: PALM forthcoming second primary, May M-


F .P and all, day Mondays Candidate For
a summer months) during| the

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.,I Tide TablesVENICE Methodist Church

Venice Bowlakade Plans ProgramThe

] (Punta Raaa Correction) Summer League ex-service men and serv- GULF

A ..rqqRiQi High Low ice men and their families of Englewood -
,. 11:50 T II
Wad, May 15 : a.m. : p.m.
Laurel Nokomis and
Thu,.., May 18 1'09 a.m. 8:01 a.m. ,
T 12:II p.m. 7:66 p.m. STANDINGS Venice will be special guests of THEATREVENICE
Fri., May 17 1'51 a.m. S.t4 a.m. Total the Venice-Nokomis Methodist
L 11:16 p.m. 8:81: p.m.
Sat, May II 1:04: p.m. >:II p.m. W L Pins Church on Sunday, May 26, at the

Bun, May It 1:15: p.m. 99: p.m. Venice Food ".'_",? 5 1 4256 morning worship service. A cover- 7PM.

Mon., May 10._ 1:11: p.m. 10:61 p.m. Higel'i Appliances 5 1 3992 ed dish luncheon will be served at First Box Show Office Starts Opens 7:15 P. M.

ismwiroui uH Tuoa., May tl 1:64: pan 11:41 p.m. Venice Laundry .. 4 2 4211 noon. Second Show Start I 45 P. M.

Wed., May 22 1:49: p.m. Fishermen ............ 3 3 4148 MATINEE SUNDAYBox

-'!-...ntet...-! ... ....-........ 3 3 4088 Show Office Starts Opens I:IS 1PM P. M..

ixrJ". RALPH WILHELM Lanier' Drugs.2 4 4046 Ona Block West of Tamlaml Trail' I WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY

AND Venice Bankers .... 1 5 4087 HOLLYWOODApartmentHotel MAY 15.1S"DUFFY'S
URNITUW. ..' ... \' AND REPAIRS"No Methodists ..._....... 1 5 4031 .TAVERN"Ed

" f i y( Job Too Large, No Job Results last week: Baptists defeated Under New Management Paulttte Gardner Ooddird Bing Alan Crosby Ladd
to apply and quick tooth 1 1 to 6 Room Unite Lamour
y Too Small Methodists, 2 to Higel Dorothy

.... e Gives a blab-aloi., Venice 2315 Sarasota 70,542 I Appliances defeated Fishermen, 2 Summer VENICE Rates Now B94 In Effect FRIDAY AND SATURDAY.

Z ,protective finish ton to 1, Venice Food Shop defeated MAY 17 18
", woodwork apd foe, Venice Bankers, 2 to 1, Lanlers .
SALE Bar! Vincent Price
'tire *haj."j6ej;not chip Muck and Top Soil Drugs defeated Venice Laundry, WOODARD'SLUNCHEONETTE SUNDAY AND MONDAYMAY

rack.' Easy clean.Nonskid. 2 to 1. 11-20
: to Tested by
County Agriculture Agent BAPTISTS ... "MASQUERADEIN
: Fill Dirt Crawford ____ 121 141 141 11! Gulf Theatre Bldg. VeniceAiku
Shell Arnall _.___ 131 168 11. I MEXICO"Dorothy
Requires no WALTER WHEELER Nelson _.._...__ 135 112 145 4o2: Doubl.Dlp Lamour .

waxing."m..', Phone Venice 8162 Boldt(out for Larsen) 124 91 125 .47 Ice Cream Arturo DeCordova
Peace' 122 139 880
Handicap ::"-':':::: 4 27 It: 43 Sodas TUES. WED. THURS.
144 752 662 2058 MAY 21.22.23One
and ( Show Nightly I

COSBYAPARTMENTS Wrede, T. _METHODISTS_._ 177 141 150 481 Sundaes Starting at I p.m.)
1, Duke G. ___ lot 150 lit 421 "THEY WEREEXPENDABLE"
Hlaluck ..._.___ US .9 124 836
167 101 364Duke Breakfaita
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,e'lf'.: : = 144 165 In 424 _
Lunches John
Robert Wayne
Handicap ....... .M 12 60 49 111 Montgomery
768 706 640 1114 Dinners
.. Cool Clean Modern High game 177 and high series, 468,
.. '. Tommyrede, Methodists

Three Rooms ___FISHERMENKing .I_ lug> 119 158 35
: Nave; _.__..- 111 120 lU 180Dietrich
3'/ Blocks Gulf Beach _._._ 161 126 148 421 Higel Bros. Concrete ProductsNOW
VENK* Dean _.__... 6. 94 55 211
Special Summer Rates Dunn _...._.._._ 138 111 197 464
681 131 775 2089HIGEL'S

I ; L..ar ?...,..,., .....?. 168 110 140 40111
Duvall ____ 155 118 148 411 I
it.Venlo*Av.. Phone usa r
Hinkley 384Harbour 8x8x18, Regular and Corner
::=::::: m m m 813McNeil I )
= = ..____ 13' 108 161 US I 8x8x16, Lintel Partition, Half Block, or Any Other
Handicap ___ 8 68 U 100 Size or Type Blocks to Suit
70S 636 689 2028
WATERFRONT PROPERTY l".OUR High game, 197, and high series, 464, Your Desires
Ben Dunn Fishermen
Edge ___.. 109 151 158 41! VENICE VENICE 2151
Ponder ....-?_ 139 13S 122 194McCracken
GEDNEY ?..._ 111 110 117 831
RICHARD H. Welts ...,. 169 128 150 447Hanchey'
: _. ..._ 127 124 U7 J8I .. ... -
Handicap ___ 80 16 11 Si 'Att .. .. ...c<;t.;:..
; Manager ; 685 662 696 104
Gtll-McCulley Inc.ESTATE. I mlth ._...__ 140 169 121 437 'GOOD
i : Merritt ._.__ 151 141 121 422 LUCK ]
+ Adrian _..___ pt 121 l1t 827'
Regl sda JW.AL Brokers Wllliamo ._..,._ 154 156 145 455 t
Jones. __. Z 171 181 114 423Handicap
heatrt PiilMl' :: VENICE Phon. 3311 ._.._.., UI 81 710 S 651 K 2128&Y Tarpon Tourney

; tH. "' > ... +.+..!Ny High game, 171 Venice Food f
T- :iZ" ;:!;:z + Shop: hIgh 'lene:55, Williams, Fishermen t
-- Venice Food Shop :
t' Rich .....,_............ 125 171 lo! 449
< 1'''. Brohard _........._..... 120 141 176 431 Make "SmittyV Your :;
Blackburn (absent) 125 125 125 875
VIICE-NOKOMIS? Curwood __,_ 136 131 131 888Uehurn : Venice Headquarters
.. '...__ 147 123 148 418
Handicap ?_?._. 6 I 0 7 Before and After
;. 658 03 7SS IOU 6

Murphy ,.??....... ..... 133 124 IX 293 4
Blorseth ?..???? 143 87 114 844 .. For That Prize Fish eI
Roebuck ., 72 DO 245vuykcndall 'M
VENICE, FLORIDA '...:?_: 173 127 In 431 I 4y
Jna.art I .__ 145 178 171 494Handicap '
"WE INVITE YOUR ACCOUNT" .?._......, 63 74 (3 175
719 17. 690 2(82 I
High game, 176 and high series, 494, TROPICALCocktail
J. J. Josaart Venice Laundry
Member ef, Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.

'. Total :! Lounge
Maximum IniurancoFor $5000 Games Pins AverJoaoart
JS800_ Each DepositorY V. Laundry 8 1011 161 :I AND PACKAGE STORE
Jones. Venice Food 6 937 161
Dunn, Fishermen ? 8 938 158 t j On the Trail, at Venice Avenue Veniceksssxasyxiissssvysg
Surfs Fishermen ?.. 3 458 151
Smith, Venice Food 6 891 141
Edge, Bankers ..___ 6 165 114 + +; ""'
Welts, Bankers ,. ? 6 m 142Crawford
A Enptlsta 6 112
Nelson BaptistsKuykendall ...... 6 149 141
LAWNSAnd Laundry 6 841 141
Rich ?........ 6
H. )uL'nlM" ; i 6 m m MY SINCERE THANKSto
Curwood, Lanier' ?.. 4 125 131
V. Laundry 6 m 187Williams
V. Food 6 135

GARDENSNEED Merrltt Rrohard.V Lanlers Food _? (6 m m all who voted for me in the first primary.

Zeigler, Baptists _... 6 783 110
C.Nell, HlKel ........ 6 m m
T Wrede. Methodists (
Legar 1 ......., 6 129Arnall
: It-; __ a m 128
Ponder Bankers ___ ( 758 126 ( know that many good citizens supported other
SPRING Raeburn La nler's .... 6O 750 125
Duke Methodists ( 749 125 candidates. To them I submit
Bankers S my qualificationsfor
TONICS rn7hiTt. ..= I m m
Nave, Fishermen __ 3 880 121Laro..n
when their ballotsin
their consideration
Baptists __, I 168 121 they cast
Duvall' Higel' ..--.,, 6 m m
TOO! Hlnkley, Higel ? 6 the second 28
McCracken, Bankers S 722 m primary, May
C. \Vrede Methodists 6 706
lorneth, V Laundry I
0 IV Adrian. V. Food ??- 6 m It:
Barbour, Higel 9 671 111 t
Handle Commercial Blalock Methodists 6 1.8 108 i
Rlngo Fishermen ? I m 106Roebuck

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those big, "Where Tarpon Tournaments Originated".No
fighting tarpon, but a fine community
w '4 for your permanent or winter Florida home. :R1
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the Open Gulf of Mexico," VENICE, both summer

and winter, is famous for its gleaming white Sarasota County Anglers' Club'ton

beach, its cooling Gulf breezes, its fine homes and ite .

r + ''r..\. I apartment buildings, and its all-around general INTERNATIONAL !d ntt ttUP

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/I' While you are here, look '
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too, don't conclude that VENICE is an ideal location Mao_

for your post-war home or business.
us for further information

4 : May 15 July 31


Robert S. BaynardPRESIDENT



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