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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: May 29, 1946
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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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TCWttLzoning" ELECTION RETURNSSecond Cousins Captures Vote


'..' Primary, May 28 In Venice But Loses In

COUNTY COMMISSIONER District I ,

Venice Osprey Nokomis Total

Woodard .............................._ 71 61 101 233 Nokomis and OspreyW.

ilTb X.. Cousins ................................._ 109 23 64 196
L. "Bill" Woodard, long-time resident of Laurel, de-

a '. feated M. Cousins of Venice, 233 to 196, in yesterday's bal-

for the Democratic nomination for Sarasota county
of several parts of ; loting
NEW NO-VEL LEGION POST commissioner District 3.
,, city far business and mul- ,
rQ| dwelling' ( While the final election will not be held until next No- -
p
:e) use wmi decided upon HERE FORMALLY INSTALLEDIn vember, winning of the Democratic nomination in Florida is

Monday night by the city tantamount to election. ,

ICU, meeting at.the city a simple but impressive ceremony, No-Vel Post No. 159 of the I Woodard will serve the remain-

TaW i I in special session: American Legion officially came into being last Monday night at the 116-Pound Fish i ing two years of the term to whichJ.

imar and J. T, Bole, attorneys Community hall in Venice. L. McAllister of Venice was

the city were,instructed
r up necessary amendment to District Commander Bob Collins of Fort Myers acted as installing Tarpon TourneyAlthough appointed commissioner last fall
'
present zoning 'pwunance.M officers. by Governor Millard Caldwell to

amendments win be voted I Captain Hiram R. Ide, a Venice numerous tarpon have serve until an election was held.

at the next regular council member of Sarasota Bay Post No. been taken during the past week, Cousins, Hlgel Tied

ting, next Tuesday night: Bank To CloseTomorrow 30, served as master of ceremoniesand the 116-pounder caught May 19 In the first primary May 7,

'aJor sections of the city; af- and introduced Van Wezel to the by Representative Jerry Collinsof Woodard led the field with 184

ed by the proposed rezoning gathering of more than 50 in the Sarasota continues to lead the votes, with Cousins and George

daJ'along the Tamlami( Trail, MU Next MondayAlthough hall. field in the big Sarasota CountyAnglers' Higel of Venice tied for the run-

avenue,' Harbor drive and Presents Charter club International Tar- ner-up spot with 96 votes each.

portion of the municipality other business activity The past district commander pon tournament. Higel subsequently withdrew from
In Venice Is silted to con into second place, witha
h of the Venice Inlet bridge. presented No-Vel's charter from Moving the race.

for Business tinue ae usual, the Venice-No national headquarters to Com- 114-pound fish, was Capt. An analysis of yesterday's fig-

Zoned komls bank will be closed next mander-elect Thomas Wrede, jr., Dale Stockstill of Sarasota, who ures shows that Cousins garneredmore
he latter district Includlnlallthe
11 p i Monday, June 3, Jefferson Da. his whopper Monday
of Nokomis, and then proceeded to caught than twice as many votes in
Venice Inlet
property re-
vie' Birthday, as well ai tomor- initiate the 39 applicants who were morning after a fight of one hour the second primary as he got in
purchased by George Gibbs,
.fly row, Thursday, May 30, Memorial present. Several other charter and 20 minutes. the first election, getting a ma-
lid be toned for business
pur-land Day. members, unable to attend last Among Venetians who have jority of the votes from former
m. Included would be
: Both dates are legal holidays night, will be taken into the organization landed tarpon during the past i supporters of Higel, and Alexander
"ig Roberta bay recently ac- ;
In Florida. here next Monday week, although none of them were Murphy and Tom Wrede, sr., who
red by Col. Vincent! B,.Dlxon.iibbs .
recently asked the coun- I night. large enough to have a chance to I were low men In the first pri-
: Appointment of Richard H. win the Buick sedan that is being ''mary.
change the zoning of the Graduation Set
Gedney of Venice offered as the tourney's capital I
as post adJu- Also Gained
boat base site "resl-
.from
4 lto to "business" to permit' For 8:00 TonightA tant was announced by Wrede. prize, were Richard Gedney, Pat I But Woodard also made a sub-
.
: The present district commander, L. Haynes and George Botts. Ged- stantial gain, increasing his first
there of a store and
change 0 time for the grad-
Collins, then installed the new ney lost one tarpon, after one or primary total of 184 to the 233
ier facilities,, including public uation exercises of Venice-No-
, post's recently-elected officers, two jumps, that he told friends total that gave him \ictory. Bal-
:kage, for ,development of a komis high school tonight in the
who, in addition to Wrede and later "was big enough to at least loting in terday's election was
arts fishing center. school auditorium was announced
Gedney are: Vice-commander, have won that Buick's engine."
just a few votes lower than in the
ie also,requested similar re- yesterday by Principal James A.
Boyd Sharp, Laurel; finance offi- first primary, 429 votes being cast,
ting of a portion of his property Hightower. The program will start
cer, Ralph G. Simpson, Venice Lawrence with absentee
; Keys ballots still to be
ing the Gulf, stating plans are at 8 p.m., instead of 7:30: as pre-
sergeant-at-arms, Gerry Pestot- counted, as against 449 on May 7.
ing made for erection of a largeartmenthotel viously announced. Condition 'Serious'After
nik, Venice; historian, Frank Rae- At press time, it appeared that
and restaurant Fourteen seniors will receive diplomas -
burn, Venice, and chaplain, OperationTwo William J. Ray of Bradenton had
sre.. tonight from Verman Kim-
Charles Wrede, Nokomis.A defeated about
by 100 votes, Wil-
, Retains Jurisdiction brough, county superintendent of Venetians last Thursday,
delegation from Sarasota Bay liam W. "Bill" Perry of Sarasotafor
J!After considerable discussion, schools. Presentation of various within an hour of each other,
Post No. 30 No-Vel
presented to state
senator nomination for
I counc4 decided to make the awards also will feature the were rushed to Sarasota hospitalfor
post a gavel and-bell. Refresh- this 36th district.
tire district north of the bridge school's seventeenth annual com- major operations. One, Mrs.
ments were served, through cour-
usiness," although pointing out mencement exercises. Eleanor An- Floyd Joyner, yesterday was reported -
tesy of several local merchants,
at it still has Jurisdiction over derson will be the salutatorian and "getting along fine," but Plan to Open
after the ceremony was completed. -
ut kIDdof businesses could be David Melroy the valedictorian.The the other, six-year-old Lawrence New Floral ShopTwo

crated there. program also will include Out-of-town Legionnaire guests Keys, was reported in serious con-

The west side of The Rialto songs by Betty Zeigler and the included: Jud Boylston, comman- dition. Laurel women, Ruth Summers -

amiami Trail)' between Milan Madrigal club.Hightower der of Sarasota Bay Post No. 30; The boy, son of James Keys, and Thelma Curry, this week

enue and Turin street would be returned here last sr., co-owner of the Venice Bowl- disclosed their plans to open a
Roy Bismark, Roy Lutz, Rubs Cur-
zoned for'"multiple"dwelling" from Baltimore, wherehe akade, suffered a ruptured -
Saturday appendix
rin, Russ Spence, Russ Childs, W. floral shop next fall on the Ta-
a, ai would the''Tj U betweenilermo had gone to Johns Hopkins last Thursday and, despite
S. Horton, Elliott Moore, John miami Trail one mile north of
placft sl Serrano road, hospital three weeks ago for an blood transfusions, was in only
a blocs }is (he Worth- operation on his throat. Fite Robinson, William Robinson, fair condition yesterday.Mrs. Laurel, featuring choice blossoms
H. N. Wimmers (Venice), Leo
rtoo' 3E! Kropp, Major Jones (Englewood),
,: Changes, dedecI' row, Memorial Day, but students all members of Sarasota Bay Post, J. Aircraft Venice partnermanager Meanwhile, they are accepting

are de- will report Friday morning to receive and Ken Williams of Fort Myers. and sister of Mrs. Edith Da- orders, with delivery if desired, '.., .

peel t ridicu- report cards before being vidson, was operated on just before -
for cut flowers. Currently on hand
UI existing dismissed for the summer vaca- the Keys youngster. Her

War ", g ordi- tion. School will resume sometime To Park ParallelOn mother, Mrs. Sarah Senterfitt of are pinks, zinnias, and baby'i

Inft,' early next September, the exact Nokomis Avenue DeFuniak Springs, arrived here breath. The Summers and Curry '! '.

r''L1 2) date not yet having been fixed. over the week-end. phone number is 2312.
Substitution of parallel'park- ,

Ing for angle parking on Nokomis
vri
avenue, between Venice and MI- SUBSCRIPTION ORDER '

ami avenues, Is planned by Chiefof n.r

Police Gerry Pestotnik in a VENICE GONDOLIER, ,

VENICE< GONDOLIER move to eliminate traffic hazards P. O. Box 632,
? in that block. Venice, Florida.

rFditorial and Business Office Chief Pestotnik, declaring at
Please send for
me THE VENICE GONDOLIER one
Now. Located In last week's regular city council I

THEATRE BUILDINGWest meeting that angle parking "does- year ($2.50) or three months ($1)
n't work out very well" on the (Check which)

Venice Avenue comparatively narrow street, ask- (All subscriptions must be paid in advance)

i Closed All Day Tuesdays) ed permission to make the change

for that block only. He was ad- Name .
( roe. Subscriptions, Classified Ads and News
vised the already
police department -
d At Our Branch Office In the Nestlewood
has authority to make such Address

changes when deemed necessary.



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:': for the rezoning change They

1 ? VENICE GONDOLIER REZONINGContinued were: George W. Botts, H. S. I"-
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Bowden, George Iligel and Mayor

"1 do not agree with a word you say, but 1 will One( such instance from is page the chang 1) Clyde V. HigeL

defend with my life Your right to say it.-VOLTAIRE ing of both sides of :Miami avenue t Vanle4.
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and .
Editorial and business office, CullTheatre between Nokomis avenue
,;; .. Published every Wednesday. 632. CUT FLOWERSPINKS $35 to
j O. Box
I. v Bldg.. West Venice Ave.. Venice. Florida. P. Nassau street, from "residential"to
,pt.1I." I t Telephone VENICE 2691. Branch office In Neitlewood Gift Shop, West | "business." Actually, all bUild- ZINNIAS BREATH, BABY'S I't;K Ore..-Pl/.

'"; \ Venice Subscription Ave. rata: One year, $2.50: three months )1, Classified ings in existence on the south side ORDERS DELIVERED IF .

',' I advertiiing. rate: 2 cents per word, first, 20 words; 1 cent per word fork of Miami avenue are business DESIRED ,
:t. each additional' word. structures, and in use as such PHONE 2312
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I the official use isresidential. .
t CARROLL H. WILLIAMS ...................................... Editor and Publisher even though"
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r. 1 .,,' .V.-s: Band Mr. and :Mrs. H. "En_ the north tide of. Miami

"able." Sighed Mr*. Bawds:n between Nokomis and NOKOMIS LODGE
U L L I G A \ because they avenUf'1 DINING ROOM 41
all vacant
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By C. R W. j : :.ix: year's Senior From zoned for "residential" Luncheon Dinner
MI though lying between the 11 to 2 p. m. I to 8 p. m.
I I SuncUy Dinner
: .. ,ibu.ldmgs on Venice avenue ar.d 12 to t p. m. Btoap.en. d
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7.-. 'Ie i.x Bahan-.ans drag :
I :.' : : ? lithe; sirr..lar structures along the r Closed Mondays I I j
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disturbance :
on com
a-t a way ujirr. PAINTING DECORATING
; l':: r't W. f : Fats o.'rda'tl't taker. iaust.Jy ', :an;.'ij question held last Friday I

; : :.- .- iy OKi.tr LOUJ Adcr-,. :, ht. Mayor Clyde:! V Hgel, ap- I HouselAU'Ithe

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t, : :fr.y. and sawed room on aiy wall stand. subject to over- VENICENOKOMISBANK

.:nar je :t cir.\'':.j wi'':. ::.tax.cate. i rue by the council
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+r anti. t.: an::::;f:1.: and ;:::o.9.1s .."..:.:: a ,cftc .I:. Sarasota ar.d ahead with the.r plans to convert VENICE, FLORIDA

; :,;.::" ; I.t:'''' are the U:;. Come and:! i et h.ai." the Teal building on Miami

.; .:. ._ .. Sees they Tha plan: you law H.-i. .g fairly avenue into a garage. The two "WE INVITE YOUR ACCOtt!
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to t.- guns men plan to
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; ,.. ate s ait "".qu..o centre puns doing a The proposed rezoning changes For Each Depositor I I
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t "f r.s x full And:! that r.IT.r.If Stephen Abe :- night are as follows- Clu
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S '.t a .sane-: : ': see *. ;r., ku been promoted to cap. TOBUSINESS" 'x 245

,,". rI :"--......f: :Tai ;.alleared; :; s. headed#very '..i.by that i.r ;.r.. fc. works for.alts Block 68, Lots 1. and 9 to 15. : -
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f. ,' to make II an open meet. Block 36, Lots 110 15

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'VJEVy .. ... Council Acts On

;AE a Women's Summer Venice Bowlakade

(11 Vanity' v .|, ,at. Stray Dog ProblemTwo
\ ''' '; Bowling League Summer League GULF
U3S to $4K'''yiilehdftMMU steps to aid in controlling

,oj P41M..tit1.J.. Total the city's "stray dog" problemwere

',".... B-"'" Dye, Manager Total taken by the city council last
W L: Fins week.
W L Pins THEATREVENICE
Venice Food Shop _... 10 2 8566 Mrs.
Venice Garage _.. 7 2 4849 Helga Roess-Siede, city
Venice Laundry _...... 10 2 8515Lanier' clerk
Trailer Park ..... 6 3 4924 was authorized to issue duplicate -
: '" Drugs .......... 7 5 8283
Palm Grill _._. ... 6 3 4898 dog tags for only 25 centsto Box Office Opens 7PM.
? Higel's Appliances ..- 6 6 8000 First Show Starts 7:15 P. M.
....... 4 2 3314 replace lost tags.
Blackburn's _
Second Show Starts S:46 P. M.
Fishermen ?..............? 5 7 8382 To
Nestlewood ......... 1 8 4740 make certain that ownerless MATINEE SUNDAYBox
Methodists .................. 48 8177 P. M.
do Office S
Bowlakade ..... ..... 0 6 3018 dogs not roam the city, the Opens
? Bankers ...?._..?.....?... 3 9 8259 council Show Starts I IS P. M.
Tonight. It I p.m. at the Bowlakade: authorized Chief of Police
llarkburn Service Station v*. Bowl. Baptists ?__...?.._.._.? 3 9 8052Ilelult. Gerry Pestotnik to delegate city WEDNESDAY MAY It \
akade. last week: Venice Food
Results last Wednesday: Trailer Shop defeated Baptists, 8 to 0; Venice pound work to a Negro helper, "LOVE LETTERS' / \
Park defeated Neatlewood Gift Shop,
Laundry detested Hlgel Appliances, ;
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8 to 0.Results. who would receive the stipulatedfees Jennifer Jones Joseph Cott.n
I to V; Huherrnen defeated Bankers,
last Monday: Palm Grill defeated I to 1; Lunkra Drugs defeated MelhwllBts for impounding and destroying (
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Nestlewood Gift Shop I to 0Venire ; 2 to 1.VENICE.
Garage defeated Trailer Park, FOOD SHOP stray dogs The councilmen, GUT NIGHTD ( 'Y.
Ito0. llltama .__.. US 136
'- Trailer Park ?.__ 671 667 621 1651Neell.wood Merrill ,.. __ 165 166 158 487 however, warned the chief to personally J I
'f __ 6St 611 601 1682 Smith .__.___ 126 168 164 458 supervise the pound Job
Adrian ....._ loO lU8 137 191 FRIDAY AND SATURDAY l
Dill the:.'Girlsthought Palm Grill _._ 640 637 650 1627 Jones _.... ....__._, U2 133 1S1 419 and make certain that no one's petis MAY $1, JUNE 1 '''i .' f
Ne.lIewood ....._. 626 611 633 1678 Handicap ___ 148 129 277 "RIVER GANG}
700. destroyed before
721 717 2167 the owner hasa
hewonderful Trailer Park 600 658 627 1581 BAPTISTS chance to redeem the dog Starring Gloria Jean
Venice Garage 611 678 633 1827 Crawford __ no IS] 168 420
I Larsen (absent)
Arnall _.??. ..1_. 125 122 161 408 SUNDAY AND MONDAY
ashen Nrlaun ...............__ 165 105 123 882 # JUNE 2.'
... Tide TablesVENICE Zeigler (absent)
...
' Jim Handicap ___ 260 250 258 758 AFTER YOU HAVE "LITTLE GIANT"Abbott
, fame ever to our 660 601 6Ut 1963FJ
"'*, he wanted to Improve INLET ... 168 Carl Smith, Venice Read This Copy A CoatelleTANGIER"
!game. He wasn't figuring (Punta Raaa Correction) ;hh Fame : 487, Buford MerrlU
Jl the friendships he'd make High Lowe Venice Kood of The Gondolier, ] TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY

tithe Jolly crowd that oom.11 ... ed rk:1U: a.m. I:13 p.m: urphy VENICE_. ._____.LAUNDRY U5 137 170 442 l Why Not Mall It JUNE 4.11
';- like them, tool am. 6:80: a m1117am loraeth ......._........, 147 129 139 415
T2)pmFrl to Some
Friend
. Roebuck (absent)
VENICE ., May It _. 2:42 a.m (:66 a:m1215pm : Kutkendall ____ 170 121 138 429 Maria Monies Sabu .
: 815pm8atM Jiuuarl ... .. ._ 190 168 147 5u6 Up North T Robert Paige
June 1 __12:55 p:m: *.08 p.m.Sun : : Handicap ._. _____ U5Legar aa
- BOWLAKADE June 2 __ 1:39 p.m. 10:01 p.m. 787 126 125 2171HIGEL'S
Mun, June 3 ._. 2:27: p.m. 10:60: p mTuei APPLIANCES 6
., June 4 u I:21 p m 11:62 p:m: ...__....?... 12U lUl IU9 139
Wed., June 5 4:26 p.m. Duvall _.._?......_? 101 114 HI) 306

__ ___ __ Smith (absent)
--n -- Dietrich 1S5 157 155 447McNeil
A Privilege to Live In Florid
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? 123 114 142 17*
ALPHA INSTITUTE OF MUSIC Handicap ?_.?? 151 171 176 4KI
I. 639 667 671 1968 ; A Distinction to Live In Venice:
Phone Venice 2135
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.. High game 190, and high aerlea 606
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Laurel. -
SaraMta SI* Harbor Dr.. Venice J. J. Joawrt, Venire Laundry.

King -FISHERMEN_ 126 141 128 396 H. N. WIMMERSRealtor
Smith ... .,-_ 113 161 163 437
Surfs _"'.'''__'_ 169 IDS l.>5 423
; 1J..trl.rl ___ 119 179 231 630
ANNOUNCEMENT
Dunn ......__ 128 108 121 857
Handicap ___ 88 33 4
\. A* Soon At Goods Are Available! BANKERS 683 7JI 803 L271 VENICE a FLORIDA

We Wall Hare A Complete Line of Edge -_ 132 129 132 892
._.. 202
Ponder 111 147 460McCracken
<< ___... 114 98 101 811Ueltl Where the Tamlaml Trail Meet the Open Gulf
New Household Furnishings i ......... __._ 167 151 146 464
'Hanchey -... 84 101 141 846
'anted Handicap ..._.,. 62 67 24 149 i
. 751 (06; 6S1 20u7
i Used Furniture of all 232 and high series, 630,
Types Fran Calcntrlerl, Fishermen (High
Highest Prlcea Paido est game and series bowled In league
play to date.) I

Club La Tonda *TTnc J McNeil Phone Rich _.._LANIER8__ 185 DRUGS 118 126 871 .
-x 248,' Venice lIMWe .Venice 2682 Broharcl ....__ 172 157 116 446
_. .'" I Curwood, G. __ 155 171 125 451 ,
Raeburn .........._.. 105 127 124 85C
Cur'ood, J. -.? 140 161 170 471

I Handicap _METHODISTS_____ 427 741 671 2138


T. .. ,154 157 146 467
Interested In
; rk: ...::,:,.,....,,: 116 120 115 351
N rode, C. ___ 118 111 111 340
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Blrdaunll .. ..__ 79 U6 131 tit .
Duke. II. _. __ 137 146 182 465
TARPON FISHING? Handicap ._. ._?_. 666 62 819 71)9 24 2064 105

\ lllgh'Qame, 182, H Duke, Melho- COVERIN
WHAT'S UNDER
diets; huh series, 4il, Jud Curnood, GUESS
Lanlrra l>riif.
I Phone Venice 2864 AVERAGES TO DATE Total OUR WINDOW

Games Pine Aver
CAPT. BEN DUNN Balfttrkrl. Fishermen 630 177
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Iii IiiI luiMirt, V. Laundry 1980 165
t Guide Junes, V. Food ?...._.... 12 1822 152 Unveiling Thursday Evening
Registered
H. Duke, Methodists 12 1781 148J.
I I ;" Curwood Lanier' 12 1740 145

i. nl\.vF: Food-_. 12 12 1733 1737 145 144 DON'T MISS ITI!

welts. Bankers ........ 12 1712 143
Murphy, V. Laundry 12 1712 143
< hurl, FlKhermen ?_ 9 1284 143 VENICE LUMBER CO.
Dunn, Fishermen '?. 12 1706 142
Edge, Bankers .......-..? 12 1697 141
FLY Crawford, Baptists 1272 141 East Venice Ave.. Near Seaboard Depot Phone 2632
U. Curwood, Lanlera I 6 848 141
I T. Vrede, Methodists 12 1663 139 J
I VUlllam V. Food ..? 10 1385 139Nelson.
: baptists __. 12 1642 1JHrohard
Cruise at 110 M.P.H. With Safety Lanler _.. 12 1631 136Kuykeniall

)no-Proof ERCOUPE Easy to Fly Rich Lanler, Laundry-..-__ 12 12 1623 1610 134Yonder 135

Bankers __ 12 1608 134 FOR DELICIOUS
UDEMT INSTRUCTION AIR TAXI SERVICE ill-Nell. Hlgel ...._..? 12 1574 131
Larsen, Baptists 6 170 128
J'l lJ !:AIRCRAFT INC. Arnall. Baptlata _. 12 \ 127Raeburn
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LanleralelRler = 12 127 WASTE-FREE MEALS
:AUTHdfclZID ERCOUPE DEALERS / BaptlMa 9 1122 125
>gar, HlgeSlorw '. 12 1476 123

Ntfil: ISM-,*''Jr'iI.A! ''Y'.''J'f'' O. Box 8'1 SARASOTA 6308 (3.King Duke Fishermen'. Methodists..' .- 1: WI m THESE WARM DAYS
VENICE t Laundry 1
Spy_.y, A b, kJ, Save, Fishermen -= : 1m m
Adrian, V. Food 12 1421 119
Ringo, Fishermen .... 6 708 118
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McC'a 4k"+' 1lM1tN Hlgel 9 1041
Ii IiA tlal C. Wrede, Methodists 12 1377 115
Duvall, Hlgel'a .......'...12 1372
3lrrisong, Methodists S 136 m
COOL SPOT : Roebuck, Laundry 9 728 81

ALONG THE TAMIAMI TRAIL FROZEN
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SEABOARD RAILWAY ,
Leave Northbound _____10:20 a.m, FOODS
That' "SmittyV already Arrive _....____ 6:40: p.m. J

7 ; a favorite stoppingoff Northbound TAMIAMI TRAILWAY8 Southbound 40
12:80: a.m.
place for those who like 8'20 a m 3:25 a.m.
6:20 a,m. 7:30 a.m.
congenial surroundings '20 a.m. 10:16 a.m.
(From Englewood) 11:00: a.m. ,"

along with their tall, cooling 11'29 a.m. 1201 3:00:: pm p:m: s ,:;r I

55 p m 4 15 p.m R
drinks. 11f::to p:m: (To Englewood i ) FR01! e
I to p.m.
4:40: p.m. 4:40: p.m.
T:20: p.m. 8:10: p.m.
11:IS p.m. 7:90: p.m.
I:16 p.m.

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PACKAGE STORE Venice Venice By.Wty Venice H. S. Bowden, Owner
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postponing for
I"" In Auto Accident !For Fishing Tackle I of that fit'i business district, at lengthy vacation a he few and week his the I
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Service:: Sao .: Garden avenue. No matter how ANA
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WOODARD'S Clearwater 9 ICan FATHER'S DAY

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