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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: December 20, 1946
Publication Date: 1946-1964
Frequency: semiweekly[ -1964]
weekly[ former 1946-]
semiweekly
regular
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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 )
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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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VENICE
j GONDOLIER
"Where the
Urges for Venice:
Tamiami Trail
A New school

eels the Open c i r 4k, Road to Arcadia

ulf of Mexico"A Public Library

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COVERING, THE FLOa1DA i s +
GULF COAST COMMUNITIES Or -
VENICE NONOMIe -
LAUREL OSPREY ENOLI WOOD

L. 1 NO. 42
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1946 PRICE FIVE CENTS



(GETAMPA 'Only Truman Can Stop METHODIST CHURCH PAGEANT



RM MAY GET 20 % Income Tax Cut' SUNDAY NIGHT TO USHER IN




AIRPORTLEASE; ...CongressmanKnutson CHRISTMAS WEEK SERVICES

By CARROLL H. WILLIAMS

In a move that may resyilt Editor, Venice Gondolier Christmas week in Venice and Nokomis will be usheredin

the ousting of J. & J. Air.ft A 20 per cent slash in income taxes, early abolition of war-time next Sunday night at 8 o'clock when the Venice-Nokomis

from exclusive posses.n luxury and "nuisance" taxes, and enactment of laws that will prevent Methodist Church stages its 18th annual Christmas pageantat

of the main hangar at the such labor leaders as John L. Lewis from wielding 'life or death" the church. i

nice Army Air Field, toke power over the nation's economy-those are to be three major accomplishments Expected to attract a capacity +

room for a large Tampa of the new Republican-controlled Congress, it was pre- crowd of more than 500, the E+
Pines Hotel and
craft service firm, the city dicted here yesterday by Congressman Harold Knutson of Minnesota, pageant will depict the Birth of

a winter guest at the El Patio Hotel. Christ in living pictures, with spe-
uncil! is slated to hold a
cial meeting early this eve- Only unfavorable action by President Truman himself can preventthe El Rumba Room cial lighting and descriptive music.

proposed 20 per cent cut in income faxes, Congressman Knutson, Everyone is invited.

g.st Tuesday night, the councilon who is slated to become chairman of the powerful House Ways and To Open TonightFeaturing Although sponsored by the

; the verge of accepting an Means Committee, declared young people of the Methodist

er from the Tarhpa firm, thete Whats more, he insisted, the federal budget will be balanced, church, the cast includes many
orchestra
an eight-piece
-
despite reduced and "eliminated" taxes. How? Simple. Eliminate participants from other local
Aircraft Service
to lease thein
from Tampa, Eddie and his
"wasteful and needless" spending by the federal government churches and draws attendancenot
hangar and other
structuresthe
Rumba Kings, a gala celebrationwill
field and had virtually deed Digressing from national affairs for a moment, Congressman Knut- mark the official opening tonight only from this district, but
from Sarasota and other Florida
to instruct the city clerk, of the Pines Hotel and its

Helga Roess-Siede, to notifyand EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEWTo El Rumba Room, Venice's newest cities as well.

| J. that the council would rendezvous. Anonymous Cast
night
most Venetians, Congressman Harold Knutson of Minne- I "The Pageant has become an Institution -
consider granting a furtherse sota is simply another winter visitor who has discovered for him- Climaxing weeks of renovation radiating the Christmas

se when their present 00-day self the enchantment of life in Venice-a rather jolly old gentle- and installation of new fixtures, Message for the entire community

(porary rental agreement ex. man who has a friendly smile for everyone, and who has demon- tonight's opening of the Pines ," explained Mrs. J. T. Blalock,

t'S January 22.Outlinei. strated his faith in Venice's future by buying considerable property marks the return of the big three-

Offer in this vicinity.But story building at the corner of
iThu step was taken after Vin.t CAROL SINGERS
to the nation and to the world, Congressman Harold I iWest Venice avenue and Harbor
Fette, head 'of the Tampa Principal Homer Mikeiell of
drive to "civilian" life.
Knutson is a much more impressive figure, for when the new
had outlined his offer and Venlce-Nokomls high school
Congress convenes in a few days, the Republicans, for the first Formerly the world-famed Florida .
formed the council his move to yesterday announced that boys i
time in 14 years, will be in control. And as the new chairmanof Medical Center, the structurewas
.A.F. would bring In about 30 i and girls of the school will go
the House Ways and Means Committee, Congressman Knutson taken over by the Army dur-
hanics and that his outfit con- caroling In Venice and Nokomis
will rank among the top ten Republican leaders in Congress. ing the war and had stood vacant
plated serving planes not onlym Christmas Eve. They ire liked
His views, particularly concerning tax matters, which his since the Venice Army Air Field .
this country, but from South to meet it the Post Office Arcade 1
committee will handle, therefore have more than passing weight. was deactivated, about a year ago.
erica and Mexico as well. at 7:30: p. m. next Tues I
He kindly consented to give your Gondolier an exclusive inter- A few weeks ago it was purchasedfrom

|CouncIlman-elect Finn Casper- view, in which for the first time he gives a public "tip-off" on Mrs. Fred H. Albee by Joseph day.
i said a of Mikeiell asked that he be no.
majority the council
what he thinks will happen in national affairs, coupled with (in Weinstein of Perth Amboy, N. J. \l
d I met with Fette previously and tlfied of anyone who Is III, so ;
his last answer) a little friendly advice concerning local affairs.son Dining Room
d I discussed his proposition and that the carolers can mike a
The 100-room hostelry will be
officially special stop In front of their
approved it. operated under both American and ,
[However. Chief of Police Ger- predicted that Venice within a few years should become "The European plans, with the hotel home Christmas Eve.

Pestotnik Riviera of the Eastern United States.
in
the audienee of 15 dining room slated to start operations .
r so "Venice he told The Gondolier, "has everything that it takes to
interested ,
spectators, sud.nly tomorrow under direction of its director. "The cast is nc< announced

asked make it an ideal place for permanent or temporary domicile-climate, Chef Howard, imported from "The and is, in many Instances,

"Has Mr. Joyner (of J. & J,) accessibility, location Pines," at Metuchin, N. J. the same year after year, until the
*n given a chance to meet this Congressman Knutson, who will leave for Washington tomorrowto Shepherds grow up and become
Plans are to have the dining
room from 7 a. m. to mid-
''ly be fair to give him an op- gave The Gondolier the following "question-and-answer" interview: open Priests in the Temple"All

rtunity to be heard before the Q. As chairman-to-be of the House Ways and Means Committee (Continued on Page 2) choirs-Cherub, Chapel, and

'uncil acts in this matter. in the Congress convening next January under Republican control, Chancel-of the church will participate -

Upshot of the ensuing discussion do you expect there will be a considerable slash in the federal budget KM.I.: Vanguard I in the pageant, with Mrs

as that Pestotnik contacted Floyd If so, would you care to predict how much And how the slash will Arrives In Venice Aline C. Saunders, noted soprano,

yner by telephone, and a few be made? i appearing as soloist. Mrs. James

utes later Joyner showed up A. The 1947 budget will be cut to about 30 blllloni, which will Leading the annual Kentucky H. Hightower will serve as pianist,

the council meeting. enable us to balance the budget, reduce personal Income taxes by 20 Military Institute's "invasion" of I while the Rev. H. Mauriece Fel-

Councilman George Higel ex.tied per cent, and it the tame time apply four or five blllioni to debt Venice, where the entire school ton, pastor of the church, will act

the situation and asked retirement. spends each winter, several faculty |as reader.

yner what kind of a lease offer Q. Do you personally believe pre-campaign talk of a blanket 20 members this week had arrived The Rev. Felton's 11 a m sermon

4 J. would be prepared to make. per cent cut in the income tax will be carried out by the' next Congress here with their families and Col. subject this Sunday will be,
"
Joyner Protests II ? C. B Richmond, K.MI president, "Detour or Highway

Joyner protested that he wasn't A. I dot The promise to cut personal Income taxes by 20 per cent was expected to reach here from A special Christmas Eve service,

pared to answer "on such short I will be carried out to the letter. The President li the only Individualwho Lyndon, Ky., today. running from 11 p. m to just past
to and without midnight, will be held at the
chance
having a I can stop It. The cadet corps, more than 500

consult with my partner (Ed I in opinion, to obtain "a balanced budget"and strong, is tentatively slated to Methodist church next Tuesday r
nham)." Q. Is it possible, your
leave Kentucky by special train night.
Resultant I still cut income taxes'A. neither the First Bap-
discussion ended with here Although
3
arriving
'eliminating wasteful and needless spending. Friday, January ,
.
Yet, by
e council tist nor St. Mark's Episcopal
deciding that sealed
the following day.
for the federal
II would be accepted from both Q. How long do you believe it will be necessary churches of Venice plan to hold
the K.M.I. staff mem-
te Aircraft and J. & J. toP (Continued on Page 2)_ Among services this Sunday evening, as
up bers who have already arrived in
m today, with the council DECORATION CONTEST members of those congregationsJoin
CHRISTMAS Venice, with their families, are
*> to in attendance at the Metho-
meet and possibly make Marshall Captain Scales,
UNTIL DEC. 25 Major ,
wftnlte lease decision. ENTRIES ACCEPTED and Sergeant C. H. Ghee. (Continued on Page Two)
It
was( indicated a compromise Entries in the annual Christmas Decoration Contest will be accepted "It's certainly good to get backto
Continued AUTO TAGS
on page 8)WeatheR to Christmas Day, December 25, it was announced yesterdayby Venice," Sgt. Ghee said whenhe

Mrs.up H. S. Bowden, president of the Community Service Club, dropped into The Gondolier office Florida 1947 auto license tags
will be placed on sale here for
which is sponsoring the event. last Wednesday. "And I'm going -
will make a tour of Venice and Nokomis on to change from these"pointing one day only' some time duringthe
Out-of-town judges first week of January, Chief
the winners of the $50 bonds being at his heavy khaki uniform
26 to pick
the night of December Pestotnik was
jf Police Gerry
:IMPIAATURI RAINFALL and Robert S. Baynard for the best- "into a lighter uniform as soon as
: High Low inches donated by Mrs. H. L: Mundy notified last night by Deputy
'sly recorded .... *?_....- .O.EO decorated home, and the best decorated apartment house or hotel, in we get unpacked. You know, the Vehicle Commissioner Bell of

1.. nee nee.11a n -:::=J: 66..0.14a. ::=: : Venice or Nokomis. thermometer read 25 degrees the Sarisoti. Exact day and location .
? 4e sa..........o.oo 1 the Christmas morning we left up there. Yes, sir,
ea D I17:::=76 48..0.00: : Mrs Bowden urged that all local folk co-operate In. we're certainly glad to be back in will be announced In nextweek'
windows on
4.. Ikc: l : t1::=-.0.00: decoration observance by placing lighted candles in their Venice Gondolier.

.to lien. 19 ::80 '..__..0oo Christmas Eve. ,
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Venice Avenue, Venice, Florida. P. O. Box 632. Telephone Venice 2961.I r Park 3 t : week: Tuesday Smltty a McG. l
Charm Biauty l to JJj d)1.fea'ttd" defeated; K (tub I ; 1 M 0; Adrian'. de- chairman of the local
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Entered as second-class matter June 6, 1946, at the post offlc.1 (Complied U..gu.by Marjorn Secretary Adorjan) '" 1. AVERAGES clothing for foreign relief to "

at Venice, Florida, under the Act of March S, 1879. I koiglcr. NiKilewotid Smitty's .. 134 139l'ur..od. (Compiled by Marjorie Secretary Adorjan) bution are four Treasure jZ f frr

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rates: One $2.60; six months, $1.50; three : Hick charm lluauty J-J Ml, hniltty 171 J. H. Jefferson
months Subscription 75c. Classified advertising year rate: 2 cents per word first 20 1'otnby lelurn. .Smltty'aim .drill. 1 11- t 1.:.lurKcxHl( urwc>n, harli, hmltt! > 'Int .., :::::::::::::::::::::::.::.::,171:.171 and Mrs. R. W, Mrs Narramolt.lt1 AjnesC

J\ words; 1 cent per word for each additional word. Hirnur harm KenutynTKith'TraUir IZII B .168 (
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Park .1=0Earl. mV. F.Jd.., ,..... ............., ....... ...162 Roberts said
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CARROLL H. WILLIAMS Editor and PublisherHELEN E.I'I, lure oil .. IIU ". U. A. U .. ........,...... ........158 additional hl
WILLIAMS ...--......_.. .... ..------ Office Manager'' i-hnnl x', Trailer lark 114Ad.rjan il Nave llurkett. barl ..... ... ... ......................167I will be sincerely appreciated
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government to continue imposition of the war-time luxury and "nuisance" llakir SeKtlfHx'lMxrkman .. .. 1"5 V Lumber .. ...... .
harm Beauty 10:1: Stephens ...... .: .
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faith with the \ilrlan Palm Grill.. 1"3 mull V'. Lumber ...., .......... ....... ... 144
mutt country.
\ keep I llr,.hard. t>mlttlarrar > . \111 (tin hum. fmltty' ... ............" ...... .....144Welts. munlty events and possible sip! !
I Q. What, in jour opinion is the biggest problem that will con- J & J Aircraft ..' III_ V. Fad ..... ,.".._..........."............ ..143Iuvnll Sunday afternoon
.. and Means Committee when the J..yner J A. J A IreraftSurl .., 1111 I Adrian .... ,......................... ,lISt concerts h lilt
Congress
front the House Ways new i .. f nlm (rill ..... ....' lot \'. umber 142 Civic Center, is invitd to

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A. Tax reduction It of Importance, If would restore Charm 99
prime we ..
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I peacetime economy. NrlunvIfn: :.. : = Kr..har I>nitty a ... .................. .."...lIi 311 West Venice avenue
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1 Q. What, in opinion, will Republican control of Congress I Llndahl I, VV.Ifa ..... .
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'f" ", mean in so far as: Il'al'l.a.,1 O. lastly. J('.A. J... Aircraft. .... ... 86 6. ,E.turla Keys, Adrian, V. Faust.-...: .:::::::::::=::==::::_iii enced Whether players beginners by note, or or eipa ma

L. Lewis and labor concerned "J. lh..j.ar : J. i' m.rneth V. Laundry ..
f,1 A. John the entire situation '
are 1 F lla\neii, la :: Xnhir V. tond ..... .. ......'-. ::: :::::: .:UI persons interested in plajlnjnm
B. Government regulation of business Is concerned I llaneheyVheelrr's .. ......... ..... ..... 131
1, Adi rjan K 1 lub ........... ... ....... .130 dolin, guitar or banjo in the II-
A. (a) Republican control of Congress means the enactment of will be held at the Baptist churchon 0 Wrelir. lllg.lItoone .. .. .... ....... .129 chestra invited
legislation' that wilt dethrone labor racketeers and place labor-man Sunday night, December 29, beginning Hiftf I'ii ... ... .. ........_. ....... ......125 are to attend.
1. V. BlurBeth V. Laundry .. ....... .128
agement relations on a sound foundation that will be equally fair at 7:30 o'clock. This will bea llanton, Kuril .. .... ...?.. .124t'rxx
ford, V, LumberIlildt 122 HIGEL APPOINTED
to all. special musical program, with V'. Lumber .. ... ..122
t! ( b) Republican control will result In more business In government joint participation by the Young Sail th. Purl. .. .., ... 121Nett Appointment by Mayor Qyd)
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XI I berry, H t B. .10& V. Higel of Kenneth RIgel to tilt
and lets government In butlnett Already, the November election hat Peoples' Training Union and the

checked, If not stopped, the trend toward Moscow. Church Choir. city board of electricians' eun

( Q What do you think of Venice, its future, and its most pressingneeds' St. Mark's PINES HOTEL iners was confirmed this weak

-bit (Continued from Page 1) the city council.
Highlight of St Mark's Episco-
A. Venice has everything that It take to make It an Ideal place night, with a la carte service after
pal church Christmas Week activ-
for permanent or temporary domicile-- llmate, accessibility, location. 5pm. HERE FOR CHRISTMAS
ity will be a Festival Communion
'\, Given a sound and forward-looking administration, Venice 'In a few Service to be held at the church Henry Baukat, former operatorof Mr. and Mrs. Viliara E. Eva!

years should become what nature Intended It to be:-The Riviera of Christmas Eve, starting at 11 m. the Cabana Club and well- jr., and daughter, Barbara, ion.

Eastern United States Fortunately, Venice hat been untouched by the p. known locally, will be in chargeof law, daughter and granddaujtti

'\ present boom, so It will continue to offer substantial Inducements and Carols by the choir, with Mrs H the bar of El Rumba Room. of Captain and Mrs. Hiram R RA

i. 'I \ safeguards for the Individual who seeks sanctuary, recreation or In. L. Mundy at the organ, and Instrumental Decorating of the hotel was done arrived from Gainesville yesterdQto
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vettment music will precede the by Thomas J. Conrick, with his spend the Christmas holiday
Holy Communion service. Mrs. Al-
highlight Job being a fluorescent VonirFvnni me C Saunders will be the soprano : -
backdrop for the orchestra. The ; ;
chemical
master's degree in ofr
PAGEANT mon topic being, "The Gift ofGod"
soloist. The rector of the
I backdrop glows in fascinatingly neering at the University of Fa-
"j\t; (Continued from Page 1) church, the Rev. Dr. Leonard S. beautiful colors when played upon Ida.

fl. dist pageant, both of the local I The Baptist Sunday School and M Stryker, will be in charge of by an invisible "black light.

houses of worship have made elab. Church Christmas Party will be the service.

I y orate plans for observance of held at 7:30 p. m Monday night, On Wednesday Christmas TO RETURN SOON
*i Day, DRAMATICS GROUP Mrs Hattie Baldwin, manila
"f'i' Christmas. with candy and gifts being given at 10 a. m., another Holy Commu-
Anyone interested in dramatics, of the Kettle Inn expect[ t!
))., BaptistsAt !Ito the children by "Santa Claus." nion service will be held at St. and the possibility of forming a Copper Venice about Januaj:
to return to
'f' the First Baptist church, aft Dr. T. S. Thompson, Sunday
Mark's, with the Rev. Dr.
Strykerin "Little Theatre" group in Venice, Mich where sill
3 from Jackson ,
hil' special Christmas service will be I School superintendent, will be in ,
charge and Mrs.
Mundy and is asked to contact the Rev. DonC. C 1l'Islmas holiday -
ff held at 11 a. m. this Sunday, with charge of the program.A Mrs Saunders is spending the
contributing the Crawford, pastor of the First with relati.cs.ICOCICICICICOCIC'C'C'C'C .
t the Rev. Don C. Crawford ser Christmas Candlelight
service musical
l portion of the service. Baptist church. He said he has received -

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will be held at 10 a. m. on Thursday concerning possible formation of

t) December 26, St Stephen's such a group.ITCH.

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GREETINGS 1946


Christmas light abed
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P Christmas spirit
that lights our homes you and yours
.o- We wish you
every happiness at
fbi Christmas *euomtime. RICHARD H. GEDNEYAND
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ASSOCIATES
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Sincere Wishes VENICE.NOKOMIS CHURCH METHODIST Wishing All Lots of God,

For A H. Maurlec Bay Point Felton Nokomis Minster i Cheer at Christmas Ana A
10 a.m Sunday School.
11 a m. Morning Worihlp
T p.m. Young lellovahlp Group. I JI -,GREETINGS Prosperous New Year
Christmas t'30 p.m. Evening 8erlcelne..l.y .
Merry ,
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FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH ARCADE BARBER SHOP
Nassau It Miami Avenue

IL PATIO HOTEL D. Campbell Venice Crawford Pastor i IRA CAUTHEN
10 a.m. llble Class
11 a.m, Morning Mnlct KK
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7:30 pmenlng service.
Wednesday, 7 JO P.m. Mld'e.k
prayer lertlrt_
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OSPREY BAPTIST CHURCH
Rlv. Henry Johnlon. Pastor
10 a. m. Sunday School: 11 a. m.
: Morning service: I P. m. B T. U.! 1 0Stg
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11 a.m, Murnlig service.I
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Venice Avenue
: Rev, C P Jernlgan, Pallor
10 a m. Sunday School.
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THAT ALLOY_ u THOUSAND3


..."" YOUR FOLKS WILL o v \3 to all our fnsna:

this: Yule Soacon: cf 19,2
SPEND A, MIGHTY
May yours ba indeed a

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GOOD CHEER
I an old fashioned Christmas this year
AND REALTOR

the best one of them all! HAPPINESSAT

AND ASSOCIATESFRANK


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Pan SUe IkRingling
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'fl. which he willedit. NEED TAGSTALLAHASSEE ,ALIENS "
a 50-room mansion fit for a king. State of Florida, to ELIGIBU
Home
j' ... : :Passenger TALLAHASSEE
Ar.
He also left his sprawling em- ,
The last of the Singling Brothersleft car trailers used to haul building in Florida may PtI1iII
.:;. And Art Museum pire in such disorder that it has an estate valued at between materials over state highway to court for an order petition to the dftt

i .. ':1 taken a full decade for executorsof 20 and 30 million dollars. He lefta construction work in Florida must birth, whether he Is estabbtb
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PublicSARASOTA the vast estate to unravel the a tltlrea
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. Opened to '
\ mountain of debts, too. be registered and carry tags, alien. Attorney General e
tangled skein of his affairs and j.
,
; r..J. The State Cabinet apponted a George H. Asbell, motor vehicle Watson said the 1845 !law to
thick underbrushof
; ; G 1 (FNS) When clear away the five-man commission to have commissioner, has been advised by ing for getting birth p
1 r. .. ar John Ringhng, the circus king, litigation and claims. Jurisdiction over the museum and Attorney General J. Tom Watson. petition applies to all certificates"
II. ,7 :;' died 10 years ago, he left the people Only now are the executors home. The board assumed its dut- Where a trailer is used to carry siding in the state. Had Ptrsooa "-
.l :" 1\\;, of Florida a legacy In Sara'I. nearing the end of their gigantic ies last April 5. materials for constructing a tour- lature intended the jZ w
\; ". sola that Includes one of the finest task, hopeful that soon they may All claims against the estate ist camp, the responsible person Is to make i .
?; :, ,. art collections in the world and turn over the entire fortune to the have now been paid and the ex- engaged in an occupation in Flor- tion, he added, it Would have UIIII

I .rt .. i i I. ..tII ecutors have an estimated $2,000- ida, and so must register his trailer the word "citizen- instead 01">
I ; '''i 000 worth of property on hand and pay for a license. ident."
t'((1I .1" f;t I which will be sold. Two court suits

! :! jf MERRY are pending. I ........
I Last Sunday the palatial Ring-
ling home was opened to the pub
\ CHRISTMAS lic after lying idle and empty a
U since 1936. The Ringling home and
Art Museum is valued by competent t:
; B. and B. Bar I authorities at between 11 and
I. 25 million dollars.Florida % _. AKE GOOD

: 1'r" Bud Newberry Bob Oatman I CHEER
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.;' 1. MERRY--- I LAKELAND In an effort to
: give Its students a practical knowl-
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!. edge of Latin-American culture
.r";. and promote a better understanding -
'. .ito!i between the Americas, Florida
1 ISAy-'AVE Southern College will conduct a

;, tl; you SEEN 'isLORDSHIP complete summer school programin
Guatemala next year, President need not be told it it

0t- ? Ludd M Spivey announced last Christmastime. The glowing
week.
: : Two five-week sessions will be facet of friend and
[held with courses in conversational
.1 : ..il'I '. Spanish, art and textiles, social stranger alike bespeak it.

\ psychology, botany and history, including -
Yi II It gives us the same thril. i
the economic and social
< structure of Guatemala, to be of old to wish all our friends,
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taught by Guatemalan government
I and those who are still to
officials and college faculty members -
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,,,' Students in the two groups will
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"" I leave Miami by air on June 9, and a very Merry

I July 13, respectively, en route to
I Antigua, Guatemala, where most :
|lof the instruction will be given.
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One of the most definite trends

Tho' thermometers point to zero and the snow It on the ground, I in large air-craft design, according FINN W. CASPERSEN B. L BOWEN
to B. F. Goodrich is the
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seeks our hero, when 18 LORDSHIP Is not to
be found I use of dual-tire landing gear in-I
For 'IS LORDSHIP Is seated In front of the fire, with a hot rum I stead of super-size single
1. 5 toddy to sip. 1
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FAITH faith in our homes and community

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: TO ALL OUR. FRIENDS i faith in the future faith in men I Ii


i of good will eternally this is the essence


Styles change, method change, batOiri.tm.acrerl of the Christmas seasonCHRISTMAS
Beneath It all It I

the lame old lore of man for hh ,

folks and bit neighbors, the um

old dream of the dar when peace i I should he a time of joy and we
and rood will! _mp.. ,U the

earth.So now In that changeless season hope that this Christmas of 1946 will k

of Christmas we greet oar friend

and neighbor, at to often before, rich in good cheer arid true happiness fa

with that timeworn message of

cheer and good fellowship MERRY all who read this
CHRISTMAS! message.


THE BEST EVERYTHING FOR YOU *
THE REXALL STORE

J. M. DICK .
L. J. PAPPAS VENICE LAND CO.

ROBERT 8. BAYNARD, President

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December 20, 1943 VENICE GONDOLIER !
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Higel kindly; consented to draw us
Dr.
ULL1GAMByCH.W. a Gondolier plying his trade. Yelvington Post Office To Be Mail will be dispatched as usual

W Hope you like it. We have a Opens Dental Christmas Day.
Open 9
to 10 A. M.
couple of other innovations plan. The post office will close at noon

ned, but all we'll say right now is Office HereDr. On Christmas DayThe tomorrow, Saturday as per usual.

terry Christmas! that 1947 wil bring you a bigger John Yelvington, of Arcadia KKKKKKKKINfKKKKKKKKKKKKKKI

nd we hope that it is truly a and better Gondolier. this week opened his new Venice post office will be
Christmas tor all our read- e e e dental office in Venice in the open from 9 a. m. to 10 a, m.

with Santa answering yourry Speaking of innovations, Trixie Hollywood Apartment-Hotel buildIng Christmas Day for window delivery I
of letters and packages it
was
on West Miami
wish. Nelson and Lucile Blalock avenue.
are expanding anonunced
e e e Dr. Yelvington son of Dr. E. J. yesterday by Mrs.
too. This week they announced Dorothy Fields, postmaster No
Yelvington
usual, we're crowded for the addition widely-known Arcadia stamps will be sold
s to their staff nor money
,.j space this week so "Mulli- of Miss dentist had planned to begin orders issued however. n 194 br
Maybelle Huckins his
manicurist general dental practice here
"will be short and sweet. Short,
ChleU wonder on ourd who will be available for several weeks ago, but openingof
way.
Is how you folks are going appointments from 9 a. m. to 1 his office was delayed due to RALPH WILHELM

like our new masthead. We p. m. each week-day, and Mrs. S. inability to obtain the necessary PLUMBING, HEATINGAND

lught it about time to have an S. Blackburn, receptionist. Incidentally equipment. "No Job Too REPAIRS
,
Office hours Large No) Job
masthead so Mildred when for the present,
strated we asked Mrs. Too Small"
Blackburn what her initials are, will be from 9 a. m. to 12 noon Venice 2315 Sarasota 70-542 tm

|she told us, and we repeated. "F. and from I p. m. to 5 i p. m., on P. O. Box 1632 SaraaotaBUSINESS

I F.-Like in Florida?"- ;"No, he Thursdays said. Fridays and Saturdays is here*

no," she replied with a laugh, "S.
S.-like in steamship."
NAMED JUDGE
e e e AND
John D. Prince Jr., of Nokomishas I
Just one more thing before we been named Judge of all toy PROFESSIONALDIRECTORY Peace and

ring off. Dan Oprisiu owner classes for the dog show to be held

of the Valencia Apartments, who at Sarasota, January 20 by the Good Will

sharply criticized the trailer camp Sarasota Dog Club, it was announced ++ U+

proposal during the recent V.B.A. yesterday by E. E. Lin- I Lighting the way to better

public hearing on that question sert club president. Prince is a WILLIAM LAMAR ROSE fellowship and will
said he had not intended to cast I nationally-known expert and acts ATTORNEY good

---- reflection on the character of I as udge at many of the county's TITLE COUNSELOR TRANSACTIONS AT-LAW towards all is Christmas.That .

"trailentes". "What I meant, leading dog shows. Phone Punta Gorda 261 o. 251
and still believe is that a trailer it may be a truly

j7ie musical bells of Christ- camp is not a good thing for a city I II happy Christmas for each
MS ring out in a toast to CLASSIFIEDADS
from an economic standpoint" he ; Dr. H. J. HoeppnerPHYSICIAN
jouor happiness, health said. of you is our ardent wish.EARL'S .
nd prosperity this Christas -
Hollywood .
Apt..Hotel-Mlaml
and during the bright, Classified (io I word tint II words, le each S0.12, 1.5 Phone Ave.Mrs. 2531
lew 1947. cost 25c; worth $2.50 additional, word. Minimum oharg..
0 ISo. Cash with Ad. Special' rates
for more thin one Insertion of the
I FOR QUICK RELIABLE into id. Ads will b* optd over James
SERVICE CALL the tol.phone (2181) up to S p. m. E. Blades M. D.
CHARMBEAUTY rhursday with understanding ad. 208 St. Augustine, Ave. Pure Oil StationpIAAb11i17obfiAAA.AAAna111tbbbk
11'.11.will remit
payment prompt. PHONES Office 3251
-Homt 1134
VENICEPLUMBING lye)
SALON HOURS, 10.12, S to S, Except
SHOPBox Thursday and Saturday P. M.
Trixie and Luclle FOR SALE ) ) )
14, Venice Phone 2153 .
tWIT OF CLOTHE. men'I, also 3S.
practically new. Gent's diamond
rlnlf. J'lertrl: heater. Electric fan.
1'011 6-C. Venice Trailer Fark. g

DR. JOHN YELVINGTONDENTIST I Unusually ell-built 2-hnrie trailer.
lO-KUaue body, lined with piNV"rd.|
I with separator| and heavy mrapri Can-
roe nivT Nearly new 8 Bo x Jfl plx- 'VISTmRS
ply tlrea. Heavy trailer hitch. Wolf'. leas
Inrlalr Service. Venlr. aaiL

Announces the Opening of His BUSINESS PERSONALS 0 2 Violin & Bow $34.50

New Office on West Miami Avenue mru.VO of all klndi. Open truck or Tenor Guitar $30 Brut Bugle $10
large tractor-van trailer. Thoa. J.
VENICE MrXcIl Phone 2621. ALPHA MUSIC SHOP

LOST
Registered PHILCO and STROMBERG.CARLSON Radio Dealer
COTTON flannel blanket near the Ca.. 311 W. Venice Avt Phone 2661
I Thursdays Fridays 9 a. m. to 12 Noon Inn. Please return to I'ark Terrace RADIO REPAIRS- RADIOS RENTED .
Apartment Sam Elman.
Saturdays 1 p. m. to 5 p. m
HELP WANTED
|| PAINTING DECORATINGF.
Wl\I.for general housework partIinle. .
lox O. Gondolier. FOR RENT

FIREWOODThe INSTRUCTIONREGISTER

Finest Quality Fat Pine Honest Measure Very desirable living room
I DELIVER NOW bedroom, kitchen and bath
For New Classes for General
apartment. Private home. Seasonal -
Dance Routine Ballet and
Also Operating Charter Fishing Cruiser Ballroom only.

"ROSEMARY" at Venice Inlet Docks ALPHA INSTITUTE OF
MUSIC Phone 2174
311 W. Venice Ave. Phone 2663 t ,
Jack Denison Before 5 P. M. -
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE I
Phone 209
Phone 2832 VENICE I F. M. LANIUS Box 13, Venice

107 Acres ... . . .
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1500 Feet On Tamlami Trail .i

$60 an Acre as a Whole
Sincere Wishes For A I

s1' e A e Homes Small Estates
i MERRY CHRISTMAS i

$6,000 to $37,500RN.Wimmers .

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Complete Line of Toilet Sets VENICE FLORIDA f i itIlltnJlIIJIJtIlJlJtJlbJtJtJtJllJtNIJdtIIJIJIIIJIJtJtJtJtI

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CHRISTMAS BOXED rose ace double Hum your* Kid monty..... Mlntul back. nlfnriti : LADIES ATTENTION!
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ibMawh and doctors
Ire gY Mir heartburn .11'p.Ib.
.... ,._.MUnfl BMUrlmit arMwn negmgopatle .
CANDYHOLLINGSWORTH tiller'KlIcIrM like hare In B>UuuTiklHi. .
K liiuln. Bell.ni ..r''otI In
/! double Toor armor bick .. news *l bot< HELP VENICE OBTAIN A
NORRIS GALE'S U an' it all dniulM.
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Hard Coughing Spells YEAR-'ROUND INDUSTRY I
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NOTICE! .

WE ARE NOW OPEN Resulting From Colds : Company manufacturing misses' and children's

WEEKDAYS: S A. M. TO 10:30 P. M. When your cold brings on a Baity
SUNDAYS: 9 A. M. TO 10:30: P. M. any troublesome drugstore cough.for a ptni bottle 46 of eeDIII BUCK-at : dresses plans to open branch in Venice. Clean, quiet

LET'S CANADIOL MIXTURE-triple : work operating electric sewing machines. 40 hours
fast. BUCK-
acting to relieve coughing
LET'8 act promptly to help loosen up : week-8 4:45 through
to Mondays
a. m. m.
thick, sticky phlei%-tooth* Irritated per p.

T/te1ISIoe throat lot epelU.membrane So try and It Oa cue very hard next eouib-tint : ''Fridays. Paid rest periods. Ladies interested apply

a cold result la a wracklnf. stubborn
courh. Find out for yourself Just how : to Venice-Nokomis Chamber of Commerce for detailed -
P' Ol Arcade VENICE Phone 3181 good It I* for cough due to cold Get
BUCKLET CANADIOL MIXTUHBmade : information.
Agents for ZENITH Radio and EVINRUDE Outboard Motors la the U.8.A.-TODAT-U urufi1t -
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AIRPORT LEASE In readying their new subdivisionin M"
A Subscription To The that vicinity for market, and asserted -
: Gondolier Would Make (Continued from Page 1) they felt it was the city'i Nokomis Lodge Dining
arrangement may be worked out responsibility to close the open Room
Ideal Christmas Gift
an and Fette' the present "odor"nuisance.
whereby both J. and J. ditch and end
Aircraft can use facilities at the! t SPECIAL CHRISTMAS: DINNER

new Venice Airport. I The councilmen generally agreed :
Earlier in the session, the coun- that the work needs being done, MENU
4 Merry cil discussed extension of the pres-!' but Insisted the city could not afford :a Fruit Cocktail or Soup
ent closing hours for places dispen-I to spend any such sum at this :: Relish Bowl
Christmas sing alcoholic beverages, but, on time. They agreed, at the sugges- :;: Tomato and Cucumber or Fruit Salad
st.
the advice of J. T. Councilman-elect Casper-
City Attorneys tion of
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Turkey, with Dressing and
Cranberry
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} 't j and Lamar Rose, tabled the mat- sen, however, to go over their bud Sauce
from
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J Choice of TwoSnowWhipped
ter temporarily until the attorneys get soon and see whether it wouldbe i
could Investigate the state law. possible to meet Lanier's later : Potatoes
WOODARD'S The proposed new garbage ordinance -I request that the city at least pay ::: Buttered Garden Peas or Buttered Corn

LUNCHC-ONETT'E which provides, among $480, covering the cost of installing .:' Calvin's Hot Rolls
other things, that all waste matter pipe on Nokomis avenue under a : Tea or Coffee
:
may be placed in one container, new street being built to correct the : Hot Mince Pie or Fruit Cake Lemon Sauce
was given its first reading, but that subdivision with the Tamiami Trail ::
PRICE OF DINNER $1.75
was as far aa it got after Councilman "
We Will Be
George Botts objected to a ENGLEWOOD
.1" OPENCHRISTMAS "second reading by title only." to II ELECTRIC. F. L. Union COMPANYA. shop :: FISH STEAK CHICKEN CHOPS COOKED TO Ono-|
be followed by a similar "third
Street and Indiana Avt.
' ..f + :reading" and final passage. I Day ENGLEWOOD ::. Christmas Dinner Served 12 Noon to 2:30: p. m.
"It may be all right in this case," "Good Follow Will and Fair Better Deiling"Buiirteii :' And from 5 p. m. to 8 p m.
a
Botts declared, "but in the past I FRED J. KRUEA, Prop. : On the Tamiami Trill, 1 Mile I North of Venice Phone

41. ,not we've have passed, if we'd ordinances waited we a couple might i' Phone Venice 2484 I;;'.',...........................-......._._.... ..._... _.-....".".............................2111KItYKKKKKIEK .:,,

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: Tom J. Lanier and Alexander
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\ 12 Noon to 2:30: p. m. Murphy appeared before the coun- 'II BEST WISHES
I rM 6 p. m. to 8:30: p. m. II cil to ask that the city spend about
$4,800 for installatidn of about 600
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SERVING A CHRISTMAS I feet of pipe to extend the Nokomis ChristmasAND
'\ avenue and Nassau street storm Merry
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4 I drains from their present termi-
: I' With All The Trimmings nil out into Hatchett creek
Lanier declared he and Murphyare A
f I spending considerable money

Ir.:r Happy New. Year

f Special Christmas Dinners

Served Christmas Day 12 to 2 p. m. 5.30: to 8 p. rn.

.I TURKEY {with all the trimmings), SEAFOOD, i. VENICE FOOD SHOP

FRIED CHICKEN, VIRGINIA BAKED HAM
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DUKE'S GRILL SPECIAL CHRISTMAS VALUES

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Fresh
Tangerine Juice

r Alto. Fresh Specials in Quality Specials in Price

f;Af1.,: ORANGE, GRAPEFRUIT OR PAPAYA JUICE
OLD
.I/I FORRESTER OLD THOMPSON ______$3.65FABonded
Bourbon -----___$7.48 Fifth -- -
CITRUS FRUITS SHIPPEDNOVELTY BONDED BEAM PARK &TILFORD
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(Express Charges Prepaid) Bonded Bourbon ----____$7.25Fifth RESERVE ___________.._$3.49Ftft6


#a JELLY GIFT SETS WALKER'S DELUXE WM. PENN ____________$3.29 Fifth
5-Year-Old
-----------__$5.50 Fifth _

LOCAL HONEY EARLY TIMES THREE FEATHERS ____$3.89 Fifth
CUltom.Made Shell Handicraft
4-Year-Old Bourbon __$5.70 Fifth
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Virginia Ritchie BROOKHILL LANSDOWNE _________$3.29 FEth

303 Welt Venice Avenue
Phone 3461
w Year-Old Bourbon ---__$5.80 Fifth HILL AND HILL _______$3.69 Fifth
OLD CROW -

Straight Rye $ Fifth SCHENLEY
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Venice Inlet DocksRestaurant OLD GRAND DAD BLACK LABEL ________$3.99 Fifth

Bonded Bourbon ------- $7.50Fifth Fifth
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GOLDEN WEDDING ___$3.99
t SEAGRAM'S 7 CROWN $4.15 FifthCALVERT'S -
DAYTON CLUB $3.25Fiftb
RESERVE$4.17F' th -------

BUDDY RINGO, Prop. fOUR ROSES ---------$4.50 Fifth KING BLACK LABEL ___$3.69F.fth

LORD CALVERT $4.80Fifth F-hh;
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SPECIAL CHRISTMAS PARK & TILFORD HUNTER'S ------------$4.15_

PRIVATE STOCK $4.95Fifth fLEISHMAN'S
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g DINNER CARSTAIR'S '1788'! ---_$4.69 Fifth PREFERRED __________$3.8 6 Fifth_


ROAST TURKEY, With Oyster OLD Pinch MR.Bottle BOSTON KINSEY ___.____________$3.42 Fifth
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0 ---------$5.97 Full-Qt. r.hh
W Dressing and Cranberry Sauce OLD MR. BOSTON WINDWARD RUM _____$2.95_

M Vegetable Decanter Bottle $6.35
Salad
------ Full-Qt. $2.95FA
GLADSTONE GIN ______
JOHNNY WALKER SCOTCH --'
Home-Made
Hot Rolls
Black Label -----------$11.25 Fifth RJONDO RUM _________$2.95FiEtbAULD !!
Tea or Coffee GLEN \
ROSSIE
SOUTHERN COMFORT

$1.50A SCOTCH --------------$9.75 Fifth Christmas Pkg. _________$5. Fifth

-\ INSPECT OUR COMPLETE LINE OF

LA CARTE ORDERS t- BEER.WINE' Cordials, Wines, Vermouth, Gins, Rum, and French

Open: 11 a. m. -2:30 5:30
p. m., p. to. 10:30 p. m. Imports

Phone 2056 Look Over Our Christmas Packages of Assorted Liquors Priced Fairly



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