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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: July 3, 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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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
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lccn - sn 96027128
System ID: UF00079934:00021
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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I RAISE'rchants REALTY EXAMSTwo For Southern SectionA

the Fourth of July,
will find virtually all business ala movement to form a new county Florida's sixty-

A Venice and standstill in Venice, with the Venice eighth comprising that portion of Sarasota county from
men one a
> unanimously joined bank, the post office, the city hal real estate dealer and the Osprey south to Englewood and the Charlotte. county line,
ity under this week.
and virtually all stores and was reported way
voluntarily com- other week
week tfl an attorney-last The suggested northern boundary of the new county ro
mercial establishments
including
ins
increases received notice had
"nw they k
I
from about
ing would run a point at
for thw time being"ite The Gondolier, closed for the day passed their respective state Midnight Pass straight eastwardto tention was being paid to their

the removal: of OPA To accommodate their customers real estate board and bar ex- the DeSoto county line. affairs; that they weren't getting a

ols last Monday grocers of Nokomis and Venice aminations and both immedi- square deal, and that formation ofa

sections of will forego their usual Wed- ately announced plans for Venice Suggested new county was the only solu-
!ether
ilike some ; Choice of Venice the county
nesday afternoon holiday this conducting their offices here. as tion of their problem. That's how
ation, no ins lor rent problem seat, because of this city's central
week however and will
remain Sarasota into
county came being.
inasmuchPA Richard H. who has
in Venicei, either, Gedney, both
j location from geographicaland
removed rent restrictions open all day today. Closing time been Venice resident manager for "We, too, In the district from
tonight will be 6 o'clock. population standpoints, was Osprey to Englewood, have long
several mwtl'it( ago and vir- the Sarasota real estate firm of
Lanier's Variety Store also will suggested. been in that very same situation.
Inc. since last
all own. rt of apartment Gill-McCulley, i
y be closed tomorrow, but will remain Proponents of the "new county"move The city of Sarasota, our county
and other rental units have January, announced he has severed -
es open all day today. plan to undertake two defi- seat, is located in the extreme
offering special low summer his connection with that com- '
Among the establishments which nite steps within a few days, they northwest portion of Sarasota
pany, as of July 1, and is now engaged I
will remain the Fourth for said: county.
open in business for himself. He
Typical Comment 1. To contact citizens residing I No Quarrel
the convenience of their patrons,, will continue to maintain his office .
pical of the grocers'( attitudesC In Osprey, Laurel, "We have particular
no
will be Woodards Luncheonette,, in the Gulf Theatre building NOkomla'j Quar-
C. Lave of Venice anted Venice and Englewood, rel with the people of Sarasota
,which Is lunch-
serving a special on West Venice'cnue.. I t
Mondaj morning: eon and dinner; Lanier's DrugStore district lying between city; It's Just that, naturally, they
re will make no price changes To Open Office and the DeSoto county line, to I are primarily concerned with their
and the Bowlakade. I
Marion A. Braswell former director
when the job- sound out sentiment regardingthe And they're
I, except if 8iI(1d No special plans for observanceof own problems. an
counsel and
associate
raise their rlces." assistant "new county" movement. urban district, while we're mainly ,
the holiday have been made I {
to the president of the R.
2. To bring about formationof a rural section.
admlttwd l though, that he
we locally, with most Venetians plan-
Tobacco 14h
J. Reynolds company,
la Items a citizens' committed to makea "For years we've been 'orphans'down
ipated raises some ning nothing more strenuous than
he to
disclosed that
plans prac-
complete investigation con here, with far too little attention -
than four hours
enough, lee a visit to the beach. Some, how- tire law In Sarasota county and
from cerning necessary legal steps being paid to, for Instance,
he received notice one ever, intend to travel to Arcadia,,
will open a Venice office in the
that would have to be taken, to our roads and schools.
the nation' largest cheese to witness that city's annual "future
near compile data at to financial feasibility "Now, under the new redis-
ifacturers aroi distributors that Fourth of July rodeo, which starts Braswell and his wife recently
of the move, and gatherall tricting set-up, it is most probable
were raising cheese prices this[ afternoon and closes tomor- purchased the large Bungalow other preliminary Information that we will be neglected more

week by 14J cents per pound. row night.Bowlers. Court property here, following its needed to enable citizens of than ever, perhaps not even hav-
of that notiflca-
on the hee1
release by the army, and have this southern portion of Sara ing one commissioner to representus
came word:\ from a leading
Postpone been supervising its complete sota county to decide as to on the board, in view of the
t packer thatt peel prices wouldP Matches Until renovation to ready it for rental whether It would be to their overwhelming voting strength

10 cents per pound this this fall. They have renamed it best Interests to proceed with which will be wielded by Sarasota

Friday EveningBy i the Plaza-Patio Apartments.Duke the "divorce" plan.Favorable city.
No DrmtIs Raise
mutual agreement of all four Harvard GraduateA I Reaction Schools and Roada 4
om Lanier, Venice druggist,
anticipate no drastic in- teams involved, the men's summer graduate of Duke Universityand Two leading proponents of the "We want better school facili-

league bowling matches scheduled of the Harvard Law School, new county Idea, who prefer to ties and better roads, among other
se in prices In his Items, ex-
in isolated for Thursday night at the Bowl- Braswell was engaged in the gen- remain in the background for the things. For instance, we need a

cases. akade have been postponed, because eral practice of law in Winston- time being, are a Laurel resident modern uptodate high school plant

Ve kept our. prices level all of the holiday, to Friday Salem, N. C., for several years and a Venice business man. Both here, and a road to Arcadia, to

ng the war, Lanier declared, night. Play will start at 8:30: p.m. following his service in World War declared they have discussed the provide a shorter, quicker route

d I don't think we'll have toe The competing teams will be:: I.[ In 1926 he was invited into the Idea with several residents ol between our Gulf district and the

them now, I think the death Venice Laundry vs. Smitty's and law staff of the big Reynolds tobacco this district and that reaction thus Inland sections of Florida.

3PA regulation will mean the that "But Sarasota Isn't Interested, so
Venice Food Shop vs Venice-No- firm and was on com- far has been "very favorable.
of scarcities In many lines and omis Bank.Tarpon pany's legal staff until he retired Chief reason advanced for for- little or nothing is being done to

I the old lav (of supply and last fall. mation of a new county was that bring about results along those

)and will soorj. bring order out Plentiful, I He plans to return to Winston- Sarasota city has grown to the lines. That's why some of us feel

haos" Salem soon, staying there about a point where its 14,000 or so population that formation of a new county Is

myth Brohawf and Jim Pon- 'But Few Big Ones month to tend to business affairs out of the county's estimated the best answer, if the legal and

, local package liquor dealers, I Although tarpon were reported Before returning to Venice to open 19,000 residents, completely financial aspects ol the deal aren't

atoned little (t any change in plentiful in the Gulf off Venice his law office and complete workon dominates the present county gov- too formidable obstacles to be

:es of their.ewwnodities during the past week, and numerous the Plaza-Patio Apartments. ernment picture. overcome. At least, we think iff

Personally," opserved Brohard, catches were made, neither Registered Broker History Repeats worth sincere investigation.

think most ol us are so glad the Venice nor Sarasota weigh- Gedney, now that he is a registered 'A quarter of a century ago,"

et out from i tender OPA regu- masters reported any fish broughtIn : real estate broker in his the local man explained, "the GETS LICENSE

3i, with alii I 11* uncertainty anda that seriously threatened to beat own, right, will handle homesiteson people in the southern end of Carl Obendorf, owner of the

work and everything, thatd the 124 1-2-pounder taken by Bill bay and gulf, Investment prop- Manatee county found themselvesIn Venetian Cleaners, passed his

even absorb any Increases Hoffman of Sarasota three weeks erties, acreage, farms, and rentals, exactly the position we now flight test before Flight Exam-

t come alomi, if they're not both home and commercial. find ourselves in, with Bradenton, iner Ed Denham last Sunday and

big. ago.However, with the tourney not Although he has maintained a the county seat, located up in the received his private pilot's license.

Value Good-Will due to end until midnight on July resl estate office here only since extreme northwest end of the Obendorf, a J. & J. Aircraft stu-

Anyway he lidded, "I thinkt II, the Sarasota angler quite possibly last January, Gedney was no county. dent, took his wife up as his first

merchants i value the good- may be beaten out In the stranger to Venice and vicinity, "They felt that too little at- passenger.

I of their cu.l omen too much being the son-in-law of Mrs.
1946 Buick sedan put
for the
Tables
race Tide
Laurel. Before New
aise prices George N. Orr of
\unreasonably Sarasota
in the
first prize
as
up the war, he was a frequent visitor and BusSchedules VENICE INLET
rs Train
Gertrude
tanler, owner of County Anglers' club's International -
ler'. Variety Store, also an- Tarpon Tournament. to this district. (Punts 'Rasa Correction)
Enlisted In 1942 High Low
wed a "hold! the line"
Prices policy Meet Manager of the Philadelphia I SEABOARD Northbound' .RAILWAY. .... 6:15 am. Wed., July I _..... 1:41 am 9:16: am
We Legion To branch of a large fire and marine Arrive Li-axe from Tnmpn .................- 5:40 p.m. IU pm 11:11: pm
won't raBsfl unless and unto Monday Night Insurance company, after 10 years' TAMIAMI TRAILWAYS Southbound Thurl., July 4 ... ...... &:11 am 10:40: am
wholesaler boost the Northbound 11:5U
prices 4:23 pm pm
," she said.. Commander Thomas Wrede, jr., experience in that type of busi- :15 a.m. U 1:25::SO amI amIS FrI., July I ... ._... 6:46: am

of No-Vel Post No. 159, :American ness, Gedney enlisted as a privateIn ::20 a.mI 1:33: pm 12:13: pm

,hile the F'IIIr"f1l1 Legion, reminds all members that the Infantry In November, 1942. 2U a.m. Pirrj-St(Tania) Pete) 12 9:15:01 a p m m.From Sat", July 6 _...,.... 7:15: am UU: am
nerchants almost 7:11 pm 1:42: pm
second
commissioned a Englewood)
nimously txWtlted a "good the next meeting of the post Will He was 1I:2U( a.m. 1:40 p.m. Sun., july 7 _,___ 7:45 am 12:69: am
lance held next Monday night, at 8:30: lieutenant, after attending O.C.S., 4:IS p.m. 9:04 pm 1:58: pm
to
bad >e
rubbish" attitude
To Englewood)
the in November, 1943. He came out 1:60: p.m. ( 5 .... S:11: am 1:81 anI
hall in Mon., July
wd the OPM death, Jn-! p.m. in Community I:20 p.m. (Ferry-St Pete) (To En- '
( many In Venice. of the army last January, after (Tampa) ilswood) 10:51: pm 1:19: pm
dual citizens of Venice were Gulf Theatre building in two campaigns in 4:BO p.m. 4 40 p.m, Tuea., July 9 SII: am 1:07: am
I as outspokenly fearful of Meetings of the post are being participating 7:20: p.m. 1 10 p.m.. 4:51: pm !
nine months'Continued 11:1' 780pm:
his
her prices ud disastrous In- I held on the second and fourth Europe during p.m. '::15 p.m. Wed., July 10 ':10 am IU: pm
on Page 3) .
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Harry Williams new:into Venice -
GONDOLIER
VENICE Venice Bowlakade last Monday from Washington GUU

1 but I trill D. C. in a new Ercoupe add to a
"I do not agree with a word you say. Summer LeagueMEN'S
. defend with my life !your right to say if."-1"OLTAIRE__ I Fort Myers man by the J. &: J. THE ATI
... Aircraft Inc, local distributor of !
Editorial and business office. Gulf
Published every Wedne.d.y. 632. LEAGUEW that plane. VENICE
Theatre Bide. West Venice Av. Venice. Florida. P. 0. Box
' Telephone VENICEMl.. Branch office In Nertltwood Gift Shop Wen L Pin Stertin Next
ONE SHOW NIONTLI 1
Venice AEnterrd\*. Venice Food Shop 3 0 2406 tax Office Open. 7..

w II second-tiaa nutter June 6. "41. .t the port office Bankers ...-.....--... 8 0 2097 Show starts 1 sA
G .:r at Venice Florida under the Act of March S. U7. I II Methodists ....-..- 3 0 2089 About 1 r.WtONISDAV -,.:*"*i

I Subscription rite: On. year. S2.SO: three month "1. Classified Bapusti _...-... 2 1 1977 Box MATINEE Off." 0"SUNDAY
advertising. rate: 2 cent per word. first 20 word; 1 cent per word for Hifel'i Appliances 1 2 2028 Show starts 1:15'" t.. IL E
I each Iddlt.onii'lord.. Sminy 0 s 222'
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F CARROLL H. WILLIAMS _. .._._._ Editor and Publisher Venice Laundry... 0 3 2028 "ZEGFELDFOLLBj

La Tonda ......-... 0 3 193811 In TechnidalwTHURSDAY. ,
High High
Redistricting came gents *
r-\AL rric1H.uEa'\\.ltI1f_u. t" GIFT NIGHT JULY e

Fivr where we *.:. it look to us as though Englewood J .1 J'vwrt_ m (Butter,
Wrode 1.3 440t loco",
is destined to be more of a county "orphan district" than ever j ja If 'Pigr? R.T rural -..R3 1r. NyNe1
efforts of the present board. ofcotnmssor V FiVP .I' Cureoralis! 6tt FRIDAY AVD SATURDAY
: of the n\5inctir.
mult JMITTT S< .'ul ; J ": JULY 5.,
fl" crs. > 'BAPTISTV>u Crawls' Arc-: ,.IflI 41! "GIRL ON THE SPOT
Endcuivd: ;.< in the new District No 4. which stretches ,HWEL T B ;.fftnri1 's Lois Collier Jew
'. .\\\ the \v'.>> from t-e! c.tof Sarasota to the Charlotte county Bra Punn M I SUNDAY A"'D Sane
jm '. about ;?0 mi'-ct: south The district also extends on the AVERAGES LiLY 7.MONDAY,

east :o the "roto: hruntine.. Compiled ky Frank RUb "THE LOST
That make Erf'.e\\\vd: hopelessly: outnumbered a vot1j league secretary) r"1 good It's fun exercise to bowl too.and Our If. WEEKEND"R

No 4's is con- ................. .1
-.: : fa"t}:. ol* the bf District population Williams. V-Food I alley are true and .1.! .X M,III., Jint Mfyiq
'vttfts in and.near the city of &_m::_. One doesn't.r E'e'dI J. Curwc>d. Snuny' ..........172 1 ways kept In good con
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e' : : I TUU.1:). TMUS
.; .,. \ t.1.: bait: to forec.thai: alter its present commissioner.T J"rtf..FIX'd .. .... ..--169Mermt. d tion. July M0.1t ,

} Bachar.: cor.-.plcte: : :: !his tern-n office. EnglewoodiansA. : \.Food .. .._...........168Jcsiri. Venice 'THE HOODLUM
... rcpreM-nted": : .." 1 b: > a ..,..'......Nl"tf.h.ll.ts.5: miles V-Laucdry ........_..164 I SAINT"

.\\\ a5' front: them C Curoood. Sa-tty'i -..159 I I BowlakadeOPEN Wlllum Pow En*,,
'. lwou.d: seen' to us P''P'0.. ... ..... old adage. "In oDeri.h. La Tonda .-_ ._153K I P. M. DAILY Willi
} I ....-..-.. r. there: :* strenftr:: : .': that: it: would have been far better ;'kendat..Lau...dry .._.153

: :I'.J 5" : : : the Same aatllct 8.S are Wear Hankers ....... ...._..15. I.
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Venice. N;k.: ,.a, Lau rc: an" LNsprcy. a":, of whch! are in Ds. H Duke Methodists ..... .._..152
:.a: N: ::-N.: ': ;_,::.,.:.' ":, .'..'r .. acress and pro.,. .*:s are H".c"e'\, Bankers ...... ........151
,r': :..:.:rt clofe'.y: : .1.p' ;,\:. WI:::: those of its sister communities: than E Bioneth. V-Launirr .....150 CLOSING FOR THE SUMMER 0 . .

',\ .:h ;u.u.t c.-y. and r.c.rtoy :Cfr:::ry'. 5-arey: Endetvo: dud T. W eds. Methodists: ... _. 150 i I THE DINING ROOM (ONLY'' CF
}0.\'e a biter "fren: a: co :t" the person of a rest Dn Hife'.i .. .....149Nave. .

.:fret 'f :hs ds. the new 0= -sonerl H&t.s .. ....... ..._1:5: I I Nokomis Lodge

::/l ever. be an tnlfw: ,. reser: : than a eonus Finder, Barkers .. ........ _. I Will G. Closed Next Sunday Evening July 7, Lit Sal'"III
.
her \V OMpr.r.o.pal concern lies 25 miles: to the r.rth.It' Ttcs-f V-Food .. __146 Fill Seiten. The Lodge Itself Will Remain Open
As we C'd h0.e used theby G. D.ke. La TondaKaeburr. :! ... ..._lU I

......h. ....,. \ ....to .. .. ... rtj'd": :: t'j E.f\'d: t.ad: "mi::"', .- -.143 . RUTH AND SAM COLGATEFLY
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B.deer.. Methods. .x143
,. ": :;C': :: 0;;_..". V-Food .. ..... ..... ._143
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: : Bale tr.ert H.f: i ...m _..M141 ,

BUCxk. Methods u ._._1371!j
Arna.:. Ba,iss ...-. ..._..13T

: : \ : :e news cf e1I H. Z.e:1r ..auos137: I
i ., .c.l;.: : t. ;:,. ;.. .: : .t": ; : C"I.'II-r Baptists .._. ._..138 'I
Cruise .t 110 M.P.H. With Safety

.,.... Srr'i; 1531 i' Spin-Proof ERCOUPE Easy to 5
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HOLLYWOOD :3:
Dye Apartments STUDENT INSTRUCTION
AIR TAXI SERVICE
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Pass ExamsContinued SOLOS VISITORSMr.

Leroy Platt of Englewood, a J. and Mrs. Kenneth Vassie .
c1 141mmi ( from Page
1) &: J. Aircraft student, soloed during and daughter, Jean, of Louisville,
service overseas, as a first lieu- the past week, Floyd Joiner I Ky., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. A.

tenant. his Instructor reported. W. Moremen of Laurel Shores.
BAPTIIT CHURCH' VCNICK.NOKOMIS METHODIST Active in the community's social
al.it Miami Avenue CHURCH
Venice Bay Point, Nokomis and civic affairs, Gedney is a
mpbell Crawford, Pastor 10 H.a-m Maurlece Sunday Scnool Felton, Minster I member of the board of directors 3/a Blocks To The Beach" TURKEY
Bible Class service.BTPU. 11 a,m. Morning Worship. of Venice-Nokomis Chamber $1
,Morning T T.SO j>.m.p.m.Young Evening Fellowship Service.Group. ot Commerce and holds the im- Gulf ViewApartments DINNER

Evening service., Mid-week Wednesday, 7.SO p.m., Mid-week portant position of adjutant of
'ar, 7:30 p.m. prayer and eons eervlce.CHURCH FOURTH OF JULY
Ice.E the recently formed American Le-
CATHOLIC- CHURCH. Venice AvenueVenice OF GOO gion No-Vel Post No. 159. 3 Rooms and BathSUMMER Served Trimmings With All The

"btatre, Venice Avenue 11:30 a. m. to 2:30: p. m.
Rev. C. D. Pastor RATES
Jernlgan.
:
Venice Pastor 10 a,m. Sunday School. Fish House OpensIn 5 p. m. to 8:30 p. m.
EUlander
C. L.
$50 MONTHP.
11 a.m. Preaching.
"Maee.V .
7:30 p.m. Preaching. Englewood WOODARD'SLUNCHEONETTE
Thursday, 7aO: p.m., Young People' O. BOICSOSVenice
Johnson. Service. : Opened for business in Engle-
Pastor or /
i.Henry Sunday School; 11 s. I IrvtesT m.' CLOSE FOR SUMMER I ITO wood this past week, in a location Phone Venice 2961 Culf Theatre Bldg. ... Venice ,
: a P. m. B. T. U.I T"ing on Highway 311 opposite the
service; Wednesday, r Ruth and Sam Colgate this week X
I.
meeting- O. O. F. hall, was Joe's Fish
ayer announced that the Nokomis .
House.J.
RK'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH Lodge Dining Room will be closed
a st. end Palermo Place M. Huddleston, a resident of ta
Veneila Park for the summer starting next Sun- y
Sunday SchooL Englewood for the past nine years
day night. However, the Lodge<
and well-known to both
sports
itself will be kept open.
and commercial fishermen of this

district, is the owner of the new

REMINDER establishment. He plans to spe-
FRYERS I FRYERS I
No.3 cialize in retail sale of smoked b

r ear Isn't giving you Yet, We Have Lots of Them mullet, although all fish and sea
tervlce, It might be that food in season will be handled. For Your ConvenienceWE
not using the right LIVE OR DRESSEDCall
Us at 3379 WILL BE OPEN

WE DELIVER ON CLASSIFIEDADS UNTIL 6 P. M. TODAY,
OIL Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays

LAUREL SHORES WednesdayWe
(to a word first ill words, le each
Poultry FarmAt additional word. Minimum charge,
I5o. Cash with Ad. Special rates
for more than one insertion of the Will Be Closed All Day
the Moremen Place Just Off ems ad.)
The Trail, V, Mile North of

Laurel' School WANTED Tomorrow, July 4th

l
or
PAINTING DECORATING WANTED . . .

Inference In oil can make Houses and BuildingsOF C. C. Lowe's Grocery

ak your engine Donjt: let ALL TYPES
Important Item slip your 0 Nokomis Grocery
To Move Wreck
Find out today If you'rethe or
0 Venice Food Shop
right ell and save
Phone 2682, THOS. J. McNEIL,
glne elf the trouble.worry and expense Inquire Club L* Tonda, Venice 0 Lanier's Variety

BLACKBURN'SVICE WANTED
WANT S OOOD lined tlr*.. 4.7J or
STATION 0019.. Phone Venice 1481.
e On I,
miami Trail and Venice FOR SALE 0!
Avenue T50-OALLON RAIN WATER metal
VENICE Phone 2049 tank complete with base and frame.Alen .
F. M. LANIUS Box 13, Vence charcoal purifier. Phone 2072,
Venice.

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i Kitchen Utensils ;t FURNITURE: Office Equipment

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ID-Gallon AK=::3=u=: 5-t = Cabinets
Large Hearr-Ehrrr IXtipirjMiscellaneous:
All Types
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; I Carbon Paper

t.1/. G.cR.} "t'S Pjrcn-ats Mr-m : 2 Mimeograph Duplicators Stapler

Fq. Cr o kr* Mai uni.i I T..-Ji Beds. Metal, With Springs Pencil Sharpeners Paper Punch
I \ : -o-T.-ir: a irS J anc"hftt I and Mattresses .
Clip Boards Calendar Stand
: tH''''': ": ""Il.I'S '-'eldmf Tail Double Bed, Metal
I Notebooks Ledgers t Notebook I
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: D-: Chest of Drawer Dressers Tables Heavy DutyGarbage

Knives Breakfast Nook Set Cans
;: jn.Bickcd: Benches and Table
Forks Rockers Kerosene Heaters and I I
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Cooking Stoves Large SteelBuckets

Spoons 25 Wood Ash Tray Stands .
Small Roll-Top Writing Desk

I i Inboard Skiff, With Briggs & Stratton Motor



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I OF THE MANY advantages of living in or near Venice is the fact

that here we have mile upon mile of the finest white-sand beaches

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1/ in the world at our very doorstep. At Venice, the Gulf beach is only

5 blocks from the business district. .



ENJOY THE FOURTH at Venice beach. Casino, with free dressing

1 rooms and showers, will be all
open day. Free barbecue pits(bring

your own firewood) and play apparatus for the children.



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Robert S. Baynard VENICE
FLORIDA
PRESIDENT Frank D. Roebuck
PHONI&:O"ICI
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