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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: November 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071736
oclc - 01497811
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System ID: UF00079934:00042
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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GONDOLIER

Where the
Urges for Venice:
Tamiami Trail
A New SchoolMeets
the Open
Road to Arcadia
of Mexico" COVERING THE FLORIDA
ul f GULF COAST COMMUNITIES OF VENICE NOKOMIS A Public Library

LAUREL OSPREY ENGLEWOOD


OL. 1, NO. 39 FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1946. PRICE FIVE CENTS



m HOTEL Ide, Raeburn Withdraw From City LEGIONNAIRESPLAN



TO BE OPENED Council Race, Leaving CaspersenAnd TO MAKE



DECEMBER 15 McNeil in Two-Way FightIn SCHOOL SURVEY


In a surprise move, Building Inspector Hiram R. Ide yesterday announced he is

Formal opening of the Medical Pines withdrawing Councilman from next Tuesday's race for the city council seat being relinquished by I I In an effort to see that

iotel, former Florida With H. S. Bowden, who has served for the Past four years. I I teachers in local schools "get a

enter building purchased re- Frank Raeburn having withdrawn from the contest earlier in the week, Ide's acT deal members of No-
Fred H. Al- tion left the square ,
ntly from Mrs. election }battlefield to Finn W. Caspersen, Venice real estate man, and Thomascontra Vel Post No. 159 of the American -
of McNeil
e by Joseph R. Weinstein local trucking contractor, who tomorrow will give up his city garbage collection I Legion at their meetinglast
has been t.
erth Amboy, N. J.,
at the
Monday night
December
ntatively set for In announcing his decision to'I Chamber of Commerce votedto

15. POLLS OPEN 8 TO 8 withdraw from the race, Ide said appoint a committee to
Sidney Weinstein and Harry Sil- he would like to express his appreciation ELECTION RESULTSAs make a survey of school conditions
erman resident managers of theUrooin Polling places for the city to the many persons a special' service to Its in the Nokomis Os-

hostelry, made this an- councilmanlc election next who had promised him their support readers, The Gondolier office prey Venice Englewood -
ouncement this week, reportingat Tuesday, December 3, will ba will remain open next Tuesday Laurel section of Sarasota
nearly one-half of the roomsre located In the Chamber of Commerce "I night in order to furnish election
deeply appreciate their Interest county.
now ready for occupancy. office and will be open ," he said, "and thank them results Particular attention will be paidto
i
from 8 a. m. to 6 p. m., It wit Vote totals will be In
Remodeling of the dining room, for their good wishes, but I have posted the "adequacy or inadequacy"of
dance floor and stage announced by Mrt Helga The Gondolier's window as soon
a decided for '
provide not to run council at teachers' salaries in the local
will fur- Roeii Siede, city clerk. the Is ,
.rthe "name band" that this time. as tally completed prob. schools
under terms of the reso-
and Election officials are Frank ably about 6:30: m. If
ish music for dining room Similar Sentiments p. you lution, proposed by Paul Golden-
is fast Green, Robert Fields and Alex. phone for the results The I
near-
:ktail lounge guests Similar sentiments were expressed stein and adopted unanimously by
ander Murphy, Inspectors, andM. Gondolier number Is 2961 -
A large
completion. neon Raeburn
I by popular young the post.
installed Fay Myen, deputy! police of. please be brief, as others, too,
Pines Hotel" sign was veteran and operator of the Ven- I Commander T. M. Wrede, jr.,
\er the south entrance last Tuesay. fleer. ice Beach Casino, who announcedhis will be trying to reach us for plans to appoint a special com-

withdrawal from the race dur- election 'Information mittee, if members of the post'sstanding

Publicity ing the "Candidates' Night" meet- : Child Welfare committee

Indicative of the publicity, as Trail WideningAnd Ing sponsored by the Venice Business I are unable to devote the necessary

ell as other advantages, accruingo Association in Community Boy Scout Fund time to the survey

Venice through opening of the I Paving Bids Hall last Monday night. Had Difficultly

otel was a Tampa Tribune news I When called upon to address the Drive Gets During the discussion preceding

\tory last Tuesday, with an accom- Asked By StateBids crowd of nearly 100 citizens who adoption of the resolution, it was
attended the mass meeting, Rae- that both the Engle
of several Under HereVenice
an}ing reproduction I Way i tnutN:
ds boosting Florida's West Coast for widening and resurfac- burn simply stated: schools havehad

hat had appeared in a single re- ing the Tannami Trail between "I wish to announce my with- and Nokomis participation : considerable difficulty In

ent issue of the New York Times. Venice and Sarasota will be open- drawal from the race, as I believe in the current drive for funds maintaining full teacher staffs
it will to all of since the of the current term.
help clarify start
Most prominent and eye-catch- ed at Tallahassee by the state road for the eight-county Sunny Land

nf of the various ads was the one department on December 19, it the issues." council of the Boy Scouts of I At Englewood, living quartersfor
Later, in response to a question Wed- teachers finally had to be pro-
America launched last
epicting Venice's own "Pinesotel. was reported jesterday was
from the floor by George Botts, vided in the school house, while
Carrying an illustration of A state last nesday night during the union
engineering crew president of the city council, Rae- the Nokomis school has had to call
he three-story hotel, showing its made of the Thanskgiving service held at the I
summer a survey
!
withdrawing local residents for
burn stated he was not on teaching
central patio and adjoining sur- route, giving the first indicationthat Venice-Nokomis Methodist church.
of least different
"in favor any particular help on at two occasions -
hur swimming pool, the ad reads the long-needed highway improvement candidate." Contributions and pledges were recently

In part: was to be made in the received from members of the
Brief Talks Members of the post fanwliar with
The Sun Shines Brighter on the near future Methodist, Baptist and Episcopal
Both McNeil! and Ide made only the situation in both communities
'est Coast-Health and Happiness It also was reported that bids churches who attended the union
brief statements at the Monday declared "low pay" to be the chief
.%sit You at VENICE FLORIDA.he service. Any others desiring to donate
will be called December 19 for night meeting, which was reported reason for difficulties in obtainingand
Pines Hotel offers all the com paving of the notoriously bumpy to have been one of the toward furtherance of Boy retaining capable teaching

ort and convenience of the Sub- Albee road, between the Trail and best-attended gatherings of its Scout work in this district are staffs.

ropics at minimum rates!" the South Treasure Island bridge. kind ever held in Venice. Use of asked to mail checks to J. T. Bla- The post voted $25 of the sum

Sidney Weinstein and Silverman This road recently was taken over (Continued on page 2) lock, care Venice-Nokomis Bank, it raised through staging the

aid a similar advertisement will by the state, as were both the Venice. Armistice Day barbecue to the

ppear in other nationally read South and North Treasure Island BlalSck, President H. S. Bow- auxiliary, for their assistance that
Pre-Natal Clinic
agazines' and newspapers bridges. den, and T J. Lanier are members day, and also voted to donate, in

Opens In VeniceA of the Chamber of Commerce com- the name of both the post and

mittee in charge of the local fund- the auxiliary, $75 to the "Yanks
ADDITIONAL CITY VOTERREGISTRATIONS pre-natal clinic for expectant raising campaign for the Scouts. Who Gave" fund

ARE LISTEDAn mothers of Venice and vicinitywill

be opened next Tuesday by

unofficial check of the voters' registration book at the city the new Sarasota county health PLANS COMPLETED FOR I

hall this week, following the registration deadline of last Saturdaynoon unit, under local sponsorship of I YOUTH CENTER OPERATION

showed the following citizens are eligible to cast ballots in next the Community Service Club, it

Tuesdays election, -In addition to those named last week: was disclosed yesterday by Mrs.H. Plans for operation of the V nlce-Nokomis Youth Center were

A. S. Bowden, president of the lat- completed last Monday night at a meeting held in the home of Mrs.

Margaret J. Adams, S. Jarvis H L. Dawes, Herman E. Duke, fcr organizatIOn. H. S. Bowden by representatives at the 10 adult sponsoring organi-
'dams, Jr. Claude Archer. Vincent B. Dixon. To be operated under the direct zations and the 'teenagers' own te'impoiary board of governors.

D F supervision of Dr. W, L. Wright, Mrs. Bowden, acting as tempo-

_John Dunglingson, C. B. Davis, Annice Futch, C. E. Futch. new head of the Sarasota county rary chairman, named a committee above, those in attendance at the
health unit, the clinic will be open of three to nominate a perma- meeting, it was reported by Mae

G from 9 a. m. to 12 noon every nent chairman, vice-chairman and Wrede, who acted as secretary Included -

I COMING EVENTSFriday Paul Goldenstem, Mona Gold- Tuesday, in the clinic building on secretary treasurer of the Youth the following:

enstem East Venice aenueFLATWOODS. Center Advisory Committee. They H. S. Bowden, James Hightower,

H will be elected at the next meeting and the Rev. H Maunece Felton,

8 November 29 William Hall, Mildred Hall, P. of the committee, to be heldat representing the Chamber of Com-

Community p. m., Hall.Saturday Youth Center dance, L. Haynes. FIRE 8 p. m. Monday, December 9, merce; Mrs. Tom Lanier, P.-T.A.;
J in the Chamber of Commerce of-
Whipped by a gusty wind, Mrs. Bowden, Community Service
November 30 B. A. Jones, Dellena Jelks. and lilt night fice. Club; Mrs. R. E. Fields, Venice-
a flames yesterday
a. m-12 noon, last day for K several hundred Members of the nominating Nokomis Methodist church; Mary
citizens of Venice to 4% swept over Homer Mikesell,
get the Jimmie F committee are
discount Keys.L acres of palmetto scrub land on (Continued on Last Page)
on their tax bills. principal of Venice-Nokomis high
Albert Blackburn ranch
Tuesday, December 2 F. M. Lanius, Esbeth Lanius. the Venice. school; Ann Surls, president of the
8 a. m.-6 p. council- P southeast of NoVel Post, American Legion,
m., city
the red glareIn
manic election, polling place, Robert L. Potts. Although the sky could angry be seen for auxiliary, and-Andy Malanca, Ve- I WeatheR I
Chamber of Commerce building. S No-Hi student.
miles around lilt night, little
6 L. Stancil. For the past month, the Youth
a. m. 12 noon, pre natal C. F. Smith, Hoyt damage was done by the blaze TEMPERATURES RAINFALL
clinic, Clinic T : Center has been operated by the Date High Low Inches
building on East Ven. which had virtually burned Itself .
.0.58
Ice Mrs. T. S. Thompson. youngsters themselves, under the revlounly recorded
aVenue. out this morning. It was of Chief of Fri., Nov. 22 ...... .. 78 63 ..O.ou
8 P. m., city council meeting, W stopped by the Seaboard rail- personal supervision Sat., No. 23 ......... 76 61 ..0.00
city hall Barry Wimbish, C. S. Waite. ai It traveled Police Gerry Pestotnik, who Sun., Nov. 21 .... .. 82 64 .. ..0.00
road rlght-of way launched the project. Meetings are Mon., Nov. 25 .. 15 64Tuei ..0.00
Thursday, December 4 A complete, official list of eligi- westward just north of the held in Community Hall every Nov. 21 15 68 ..0 00
a. m.-12 noon, Red Cross sew- ble voters has been placed on the Packing House road for a distance Tuesday and Friday night. Wed Nov. 27. 85 67ThurH ..0.00
* Venice-Nokomi Methodist bulletin board in the Venice post of about three miles. ., Nov. 2. 83 67 ..0.00
Q\lrth. In addition to those mentioned Total to date thla month ..0.58 .
All women invited office. \


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'\'D.1CE oo.'DLtIB: Friday, November a.J, ,1
Page Two .

' J \.v ).a.L ides 'It 80 'IK I thew' hud IIll'Mdy been ordered
:Slt.Vea
't ELECTION /1I'tMk'Sarasetia before Mrs. Venice Bowlakdo %VRCE
assn.=i be beatemseit 14ss J'lhtf ",>.1 printer} BOWLAWE
\ i iI I pr-3Ahszrri n Oars .......... tH40\jR pnece Sltvie( city clerk bad
Women' League
I '.. a (Continued tram Pu 1) 3i;;<<. r3 70,00E till< TtlatttWw. rrrtvc Iwrwtaea formal withdrawal no- MEN'S LEAGUETeam
the hall was donated t1-:*.' 4.J mtura.a 'tUwl\\'W from Ide aDd Raeburn.

: .:'1 Re:tj', cwner of the buliif. Bit, it itt..et Itt, lmllnr cane last spring, Team W L Pine

i! Ide told:: the issccLf* i! *!*- 'wl.a fli-oTf Kiffl withdrew at Karta; Pure Oil ---: a 0 1.59Trailer Venice Laundry W L RR
,
> 1191 I
t IicIlItM" '- Park J
: C L. S-i- cro+K n. I lrt<' minute from the countymtwfntwr BAB.Bar till
being caei: up.s ty the : harm Beauty 1400 a
\ ; --cold. chaia: ct the VA.A. Sort = :bf :'11.... ,....w.dI.'I.: .' I race a line was,4rrwt I Wolf .Sinclair lut Monday:..:... ._,_:.Earl S !defeated> 4Kemilta K Adrian Club. ; e 1 h hit
au'rlta' this: ho .
"I, ef goven tat !:.t iiiz: :: iaTt vHf Jott thmuat thrNijh his name before Charm Beauty I to *: Trailer Parkdefeated Venice Bmtttr FoodHlgel's I 1 hN

I ;' What you N'D._d -. a Jui.fcrra .- via r Zmi/.IlIf'1I1j. t .InII41' 'IW.. lwrhnte" we'1'f' given to the voters, (1AM 1.8 Wolfe.TOMllHT: I to: 0.Palm flrlll va I NI
i CJ.>.J1\.t hi ltPlilltlt':' \" 11111'r..wt 1&C. as. \f: avoid oonfuuoarasnKwn pHilvwuud, bmlity va. and i, Air.craft. Venice Earl Pure Lumber Oil f r 1
I ; '" ji U* wu>te*. unlike his three op- Wheeler's III
II"H" -I can c--y w; eu 'J f= AVtMAOtS Results: this" week, 'Hirfl all
':'_ RV 11. hf iu. "tw h' IVIIPnth d plenty to say at last (Compiled by Marjorie Aderjan, antes defeated >; '. *
arl) Ptire J"
.
'erected: : to the! co=:':: iiriif League Secretary) 011 1 t
i'" -..J.M<* n. iv (uinnnuujm* M's mass meeting Dick I Charm. Beauty .117Harmer K Club defeated \Vheeler'a 1
11..1 ;: Jih taken up by it V.-U t. deaed.F lUondio u" (.harm Beauty ..... 11* (Wednesday and Thurrtw jLi
I'm eGrtlrL'h cc iii TiLTi? swaiu w HA thlul.it a o-wKkiif; f v nearly half an hour Earl I. barl lit scheduled matches Di.munnM l bnw**'
1 : i far as ...., -.. Kiuujti N rhnwi via city prob- Shanly Trailer! I Park .119 of Thanksgiving),
whether Ira based on good bur.ness ::': : : ant ::fiucusi.'isanous Smith, fief's ... 110 AVERAGES
and whether !u :c: 24T&4 jut? rcyuwliuu. w *!.. bicmi.trt.. Torchlana. Earl. .. .110 (eomPIL by Mar).,, AdwJ
principles .. 110 ; *
Pratt
,
good for Venice Ide. a former ;JUJJ:C 5VResidential':'ur.lUlI.. .. ..'I' .. caustic critic of the way Dee, Trailer'pa :i :': ....... 105 JoMart Venice. Laundry Secretir i
Hamilton Trailer Park lol Warren, K Club _., I71. .
affairs
Army officer better known jCap' :.: ;:':<:i1 'Y.... vuata 'IlIml' i; ,1j Oh Venice municipal nan-lay. Charm Beauty 8Hl J Burkett. B. & B: :'' I
.,j d a_ f:cr C'.c.a'lei, lnksansot lit vt been conducted, Caspersen ,,rn-th, : '. ..... .._ ? wJinva Kuvkendallenl: e laundry :10
(.... declared. I harm. Beauty :..:: .: ,:.. : 13 J. Curwood: Rmlttya J:
tp r.ed his talk with the flat Nelson \\'.'If ., .. .. I] O Curteood. Smltty
Kwgler, Moll a .. .0Hai I Fenton, Karl II
i-trier t: >|iai. Wolfe I .. .... ..". ? SO Nave Earl's ,_ ="II
-O.r; city has been mismanaged kmkendnll: aiir"Park: .: ._?:. SO Rhanley, K Club :
T I Llndahl Wolf. .... 71 Jones, Venice Food l As
::t number of >'ears. Duvall, Adrian, ::11
:
Product of Boom sider using the sewage disposal Arnall Koogler,Venire K Club umlwr -110!

i :hen he went on to relate some plant it acquired at the Venice Adrian.. Adrian .:=
Dietrich B & n
:i --is cit>"'s history, declaring: Army Air Field. "The State De- H. 7elrlrr, \enlce 1.11mb. IM

,.. -\"euce is a product of the boom partment of Public Health tells me Melti J. Kea.Venice k (lull rend .II.

,'{ the ':Os, and it was started on there is no reason why we can't Rich, Hmlttx i 10

? a grand scale It is to that factthat use the VAAF plant, yet some Duke Hurkett. tllfirfiO B n& .H :1-10:

LotsOn we owe our wonderful civic people insist we build a new $$150- T O. W WredUK rede. Hlitrl)<-\ .1.

; f-ar work, but our growth afterthe 000 plant I J. O. Hlorxi-th Cent,I.ILaundry "-IU| I
WilliAm. \e"I" F UM
'"Itt boom burst was retarded by 4, Finances "The city is In' nan hey. Vhieler's Ia

t>e \er>' restrictions that gave us good financial shape right now, Legar HMicln Adrian Hicel'a! | -in\

I our good construction in the first but we're not living up to our Oakle, Venice Lai I IStrphcna Irl. _It
\ I, Venice 1 I.11 .r 1.
Face.; bond requirements and this we Raeburn Smltty's .
Streets !
:
ft : ( Improved "It was a combination of these should do. Caspersen urged refunding I Nelson
--\1 \ od: B L E. restrictions and the depression of the city's bonded In Fail. kurl 1M

:\., I --0q of the '30s that held us debtedness in order to obtain I Hurl Harmer, Adrian. whorl.esIN' .J\I

.t I back. but since then the courts cheaper interest rates. I E.Herman Keys., Venice Wh..h'r'V,..,d tn

.1 : : For Sale Below bate ruled that the old price restrictions 5, Water works "I think its Simpson Rnone, IlliclVewberry Wh..I..r''.. .i&II

no longer hold good, generally agreed that the city paid \ B & lt. .11 IX

Cost of and there i is no reason now why I too much ($150,000) for the wa- Archer Ilantin, Venice JarlAdorjan '. Fad :IN
1\1\
Improvements
Venice shouldn't grow and keepon 1 ter works, but I think we will be K Club 111

i:owing, once the building able to pay our operating and repair Hrnharri Hall, wheeler's Rmitty's .m I,
l material shortage ends. Smith Far)'* .
--0I '
expenses, and to meet our .
V Blnrneth Venh'I Laundry Ill I
Among: Caspersen chief contentions interest payments. Crawford Venire LUl1h.r Ja!

I NOW IS THE TIME were: I
>>'", 1. Garbage collection and sim-
CUT FOR QUICK RELIABLE
Car services should be done by I FLOWERSPOTTED
SERVICE, CALL
TO BUY the cio itself not put out on contract I PLANTS

I FLORAL PIECES
t
4
--0- 2, The citys budgetary period Phone S1Z1 On Timlaml Trail PLUMBINGCSHOP
{ should be moved ahead from De- i 4 Mlles, North of Venice
I SUMMERS A CURRY Bet 14, Venice Phone 2tU
cember 15 to November 1, so as
rL ;r Building Materials Will to coincide with the city's tax I

collection period.Caspersen 1

Be Available Shortly argued that past
council practice has been to set

up a budget along in August and To The Citizens of

-0- thus figure how much would be

needed for city expenses. Assess-

l'' Prices Range From ments were made on a 100 per cent

collection basis, but, in fact, the VeniceOn
$300 to $2200ViCE
tax collections only run from 43

85 pet cent. As one result, the city

-0- doesn't get as much for budgeted

expenditures as it figures and Tuesday, December 3rd, you will have the

ti Y money allotted for recreational opportunity of assisting in the selection of a City
purposes Is then used for other

[ LANDCOMPANY purposes, "so we don't get our Councilman to serve for the next four years.
"
town built up.
3. The city should carefully con- As a Candidate for the office, I shall be glad to

discuss our City's problems, in person, with anyone

cralchinl 0 t interested.If .


.t For quick relief from Itching caused by eczema, I am elected, I can assure you that I will athlete's foot.scabies other
pompl..nd itching
tonditmo, use pure. cooling medicated.liquid my utmost to see that the City receives full value
D.D.D. PRCftCHifTION A doctor formula.
GreaKlew and aUinleai Soothes comforts end for every dollar spent, and that not a single dollar i is
I. quickly! calm intense itching 35c trial boldsproves
,it.or roomy back 'suffer Ask your and economic
spent until its desirability
druggist today fur D. D. D. pmCRirTioM. on any project

ROBERT S. BAYNARD FRANK D ROEBUCK I practicability are established beyond reasonable

President Sitetmaniger Gas on Stomach doubt.

VENICE FLORIDAPHONES
Relined In 5 minutes or

: OFFICE 3581 HOME 3323 I Ulan .double..". """your.<* old money'.." ..back,""", tuff...',

"In Business To Help Build Venice and Venice Values" I.or see, wir :J..'.. .:.:,:.1I.\'i'' \1151limo:'::::: :'''::='vw.5: . FINN W. CASPERSEN
st Don.tt. 1, a, ,
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November 2Y, 1940
VENICE GONDOLIER Pete Thaw


rWhy Not a Subscription to] HuntingSeason -Attorney General Tide Tables I

THE GONDOLIER Now Under WayState Rules Judges Can't VENICE INLET'
? (Punta Rttia Correction i
Present ] )
* a Christmas Game Warden ,
or Leffy L Keep License Secret Date High Low .
- Taylor of Sarasota last week, as bat, Nov. 10 I:Ilia,m, 11.14p.i... ,
the hunting season in this district Tallahassee. Legally Sun., Dec. 1 _. 4:I7a,m. 1:dip.m.I .
got under way urged all hunters county :53p.m, "
COMPLETE to exercise care while trying to Judges cannot keep secret the application Non.. Dec J | 13a.m. I:lla.m02p i
get their limits of quail, ducks or for a marriage license in .: .m. 1:67p,m.Tuei 8/a
doves. He also called attention to Florida says Attorney General J. ., Dec. i' .. I:Ota.m. 3:40a.m.9:10p.m. ..
DAY the fact that ....
ONE hunting is not per Tom Watson. : 1:43p m. ;.
mitted on Mondays and Tuesdays. Wed., Dec. 4. S:I7a.m. :39am..
BRAKESERVICE Local nimrods may obtain hunt- Replying to an inquiry from ':40p.m. I:!4p.m.Thun "
Ing licenses at the Taylor Hard- County Judge W. F. Blanton of ., Dec t .10(Ha,m. 4:Ilia m ///1\
ware store 203 West Venice 10:06p.m 4 UJp m.
nue. ave- Miami, the attorney general de- Krl.'Dec. ( .12IIIJ..m.: 6:30a.m.10:15p.m. : .
clared the law requires that a copy : 4:3711m.FIREWOOD Spend Your Free

All Cars and Trucks VENICE POST OFFICE I of each application for license to Time BowlingDon't
wed must be posted at the front
SCHEDULE waste precious 'leisure -
Drums Turned Mri Dorothy Fltldi, postmaster door of the courthouse for three hours. Come In and
INCOMING MAIL days prior to the actual issuanceof The Finest Quality Fat hive the time of your
f Fluid Lines Flushed U Noon turn. the license."I Pine Honest MeieureI life bowling your way to
.
0 pedili Adjusted Sunday 11:10 m. I Deliver health. No reservations ,
OUTDOING MAIL am not unmindful that this
neceuary
| ind Master I Ham 145pm.
( Brake Sunday, 11:45 a.m. might cause the parties to the ap- Also Operating Charter
Overhauled VENICE
Cylinder Window open Parcel pool and plications some annoyance by Fishing Cruiser Rosemary
stamps, I a.m to ( ,m.
p
| money
order, Sam. to I,SO p m Saturdays photographers and notaries pub- It Venice Inlet Docks. BOWLAKADE
all windows, 0 a,m. to IS.It lic," wrote Watson "but I feel sure
pm.
PICK-UP s DELIVERLUBRICATION that the benefits of the law will Jack Denison HOURSl
outweigh such annoyances." 4.11 p. m. weekdays
Phone 2832 VENICE 1.11 p. m. Sat. and Sun.

L SERVICE HOLLYWOOD Spencer Named "

Apartment Hotel New Deputy HotelCommissioner r

NOKOMISGARAGE 2 to 6-Room Apartments "In the Heart of the Business District"


Rooms for Transients Clifford I. Spencer of Sarasota

this week began his duties as dep- I EL PATIO HOTELHoward
Personal l 1
George T. Devlin, Prop.On Supervision I uty hotel commissioner for Sarasota -
MRS. RAY PARKER Manatee Highlands and
the Trail Phone) 2511 Whaley,
VENICE (471 Hardee counties. Manager

Spencer, who resigned his jus-
$3 Day and Up-Weekly Rates
tice of the peace office to accept
I the state post, was named by 225 West Venice Avenue VENICE Phone 3572
"WHERE GOOD + I State Hotel Commissioner J. Lee I L

FRIENDS MEET'Be I Ballard to fill the vacancy created
| recently by the death 'of E. C.

and B. I Strickland of Bradenton. LEARN TO FLY
I| Inspection of hotels, rooming ,
Bar I houses, motor courts and like es- IN 8 EASY LESSONSGovernmentApproved School

I tablishments, to see that they com-
(Formerly Club LaTonda) Continuous EnrollmentSee
.r. ply with state laws will be Spencer's -
Open I i. m. to Midnight Beautiful Venice and
1 job. He will maintain headquarters w= Nearby
tundayi 1 p. m. to MidnightBud | in Sarasota. Gulf Coast From the Air.
Bob Passenger Hops $1.50 Per Person

I Newberry Oltman Farm Labor Office J & J AIRCRAFT, INC.

I AUTHORIZED ERCOUPE DEALERS
I Now in Sarasota F. O. Joyner P. O. Box 291 E. T. Denham
VENICE 2551 VENICE SARASOTA (306
A Privilege to Live In Florida \ Farmers of this section of the

county this week were advised
A Distinction to Live In Venice
I that Wade H. Coleman, emergency
farm labor assistant of the Agricultural I
H. N. WIMMERSRealtor Extension Service, has VENICENOKOMISBANK

\moved his headquarters from

Bradenton to the Sarasota county
I farm agent's office in the courthouse -

VENICE FLORIDA : ,
VENICE, FLORIDA
Coleman will be able to supply
Where the Tamlaml Trail Meets the Open Gulf I
'both foreign and domestic agricultural "WE INVITE YOUR ACCOUNT"Member
1 labor, including Bahamans

I to farmers who qualify, he said. Insurance Corp.
of Federal Deposit
| ,..0. BOX 42 NOKOMIS FLA. PHONE 3533

A Subscription To The $9DUUU Maximum Insurance $5000
i Gondolier Would Makean For Each Depositor

BOLDT AND SONS I Ideal Christmas GiftGOTOSfMFORlACK

I
Plumbing Waterproofing

Painting, Exterior and Interior :' $ e JQIIWS :

Carpenter Work Steel Fabrication This Week's SpecialsRionda


FREE ESTIMATESi5TICE1 WALL FlOWElfVIIIAllr


Offf M6f/ VIA

RUM $2.95 Fifth


Gladstone I

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Bids and tt GIN $2.95 Fifth
for collection of Garbage ,e 2C M

A 100% American Grain Gin
Refuse In the City of Venice Will Be .


Accepted by the City Council Up to Kinsey


and Including Monday, December 2. WHISKEY 3.79 Fifth


Bid Specifications Are on File at the TEMPORARILYCLOSED


City Clerk's Office. All Bids Must Be AtSmitty's
I Package Department

Submitted in Accordance With these
Tavern
Specification .
"- BEAUTYIJitC'Ht -
5 H PI 125 South Tamiami Trail VENICE ,

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". "I do VENICE not agree with GONDOLIER a word you say, but I will LIFE IN THE ROAR hgKANE I VENICE.NOKOMIa METHppI

defend with my life your right to say it.-VOLTAIRE CHURCH RH.

I,. Maurlec, NOko"'ll'
Published every Friday. Editorial and business office, 314 West 10 a.m Sunday IIInIttr
School,
Venice Avenue, Venice, Florida. P. O Box 632. Telephone Venice 2961. \ 11 a.m. Morning
WOrthlD
1 Young }
.f 'ellos
MEMBER 1 0 p.m. ahip q
FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION Evening Service I
NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION Wednesday, 7.36 p,
m
prayer 1114.
and
., v sung vervlce, ? "
Entered at eecond.cll" matter June t, 1(4, at the poet office FIRST -
f at Venice, Florida, under the Act of March t, 1871. Nassau SAPTIST It' Miami CHURCH Avanq

1 Subscription rates: One year $2.50; six months, $'60; three D, Campbell V.nlc Cratrfoid
tl .....t months, 75c. Classified advertising rate: 2 cents per word, first 20 10 a.m. Bible I Class p....
: words; 1 cent per word for each additional word. 4:30 11: a.ln. Morning service.
p.ln. n.Y P.U.
: 7:10
:
CARROLL H. WILLIAMS Editor and Publisher I Wednesday p.m. Evening service

HELEN WILLIAMS ....................____.___ Office Manager prayer service Uu P.III., 1liey( .
_

We Need Men Of Vision 'a 10 OSPREY R.v.a. m Henry Sunday BAPTIST Johnson CHURCH, 14i_

Morning\ SChool: 11 L
service; a p. m. L
B.
Next Tuesday, December 3, citizens of Venice will elect P. m. Evening service; Wldo'l4j T. V.I.t,
p. m., prayer meeting. '
01
a new councilman. -
I
aT.MARK'S
The man of their choice will represent them for the next CHURCH aCO"4L

I jo, four years. Dr.RIvIera Leonard St.W.and it.Paierns PI,,,

: 'f F Venetian for 9.45 am. 8 unday, Arhv,4 trrk",1Iono. .
.. Any thoughtful must realize that his city Ham. :Mornl \s eertlce.

I these next four years will truly be crucial ones-years that -
CHURCH
01"
ono
will to a great extent determine whether Venice is to progress Venice Avenue
e. w Rev. C. D. J.l'IIlg,
and grow into its rightful position as queen of the Florida 10 a m. Condor School. Putor
II a.m. Preaching.
"
i '\ Gulf coast communities, op revert to its pre-war status of a T'10 P.m. Prmchlrtj
I. Thursday, 1.30 p m., Young Poo
.j near "ghost" town. Service. "

One of the most important factors in any city's progress MHERE'SHOW/" Friday, 7.S p.m, benefit lupp

,.. Is its municipal administration. A forward-looking, progress I IMULLIGAN VENICE Gull' Theatre CATHOLIC. Vena CHURCH Avnw i

1 ive-minded city council can mean much to Venice. j Rev. C'. I.. Venice Hplati&-r Pane

., \ Inscribed in granite above the entrance to the state capi Mrs. Edward J. Courtoy (he's the ..m. :110...

tol of one oj, the Western states are the words: Nokomis postmaster) at Sarasota
'
'
"Give me men to watch my mountains." hospital was a November 21 event. formed a men i keglirg loop (
four teams in it but
itin
11 Venice, too, needs men of vision-men to match its super b The youngster was named Charles
that lead
I location "right on the Gulf of Mexico" and help it fulfill! Edward While we're in Nokomis may to inter-city c_
petition Not to be bragging
its destiny. might mention that
II Harry
Those of who have'been
us here "little" Venice has ten tearns illmen'
The least YOU can do is to go to the polls next Tuesday, all summer long and have seen Duke's mother (Mrs. Howard now) bowling league, and n
and cast jour ballot for the man of choice. It's small misses him more than ever sinceshe's
your new businesses start, or new owners squads in \\'omen'learue...
repayment, after all, for the privilege of living in the potentially take over alreadyestablishedfirms reopened Duke's Grill Harry, Ouch! That reminds us. Wen
i finest community in all Florida. now in the army at Camp Lee, Va, '
don't realize
1 Just how many apologize for omission of En)
changes have taken place Only and expecting to go overseas any I Baker's name from the list of piers )
: day, was his mother's righthandman
when our winter residents, one on the Nestlewood Gift !
INVEST
IN A CITY WITH A FUTURE at the popular Nokomis
''r .aM : after the other, unfailingly com restaurant team in last week full page liming

VENICE FLORIDA : ment "Why, there are so MANY Mention of the army ad. The printer failed f fit It I
reminds us that the distinguished-
people we don't know," do we in with the others, and td
'1 Homealtea On Bay And Gulf Investment PropertleaAcreage gradually realize things HAVE looking gentleman whose super deluxe to notice its omission when wereg

'I Farms Rentale been happening here the past sedan had been added to the I proof on the ad What made Ii I|
Venice Taxi fleet is
seven or eight months ,, And, an ex-colonel, particularly embarrassing cross
RICHARD Arthur C. Earnshaw, veteran of
H. GEDNEY speaking of our returning winter the fact Evelyn is co-owner(O*:i
three wars He will
1 residents. The Gondolier hopes specialize gift shop and is not only a plait
1 t' p. d. ed REAL in taking winter visitors to
ey ESTATE 11 o.4ai4 they'll understand its failure to various on the squad, but. along With te

Box 261f.Theatre welcome them all by name in its Florida points of interest, both partner, Arita Graves, sponsors*
near and far, .
Phone 3311 4 columns is due solely to space I team. Arita, incidentally,rood/

.;1, . Building nTTTTT.............. .... ... .. .. .. .. .. 11111111111111.. .Venice, Fla...IT .. limitations. (Although, to be hon e e a 190 game at the Bowlakade

est, we didn't have a chance to gel Wonder how many of our local other day, while pncticiiig up te

very well acquainted with some o f bowlers read where Sarasota, the start of theomeni rats\

J. J. (Joe) our subscribers before they returned months behind Venice, had finally league. .

JOSSART to their northern or midWestern ,. I''T

sometimes homes a returnee last spring practically and GRANADA COURT APARTMENTSFormerly I

and has to tell us his or her name be- ( Bungalow Court) I

1I I A' G. L (Kin) fore we can place them. We apologize Reservations Now Being Accepted

KINCAIDMohler in advance if that happens; Fourteen completely.equipped houae.keeping units, newly n,
again) .
/ conditioned and redecorated throughout. Each unit, cO.lilu1
e e living room, bed room (twin beds, with Innerspring mattreueil),
Bldg. P. O. Box 134 dining room, kitchen and bath, with private front porch ind net
323 W. Venice Ave. VENICE Hardly know where to start, but entrance; four unite have two bed rooms. All face on attractively

i R "Dependable Plumbing That Will Stand Inspection" guess maybe a birth item would landscaped, sunlit jatio.
be as appropriate a beginner as For Rates and Further Information Write P. B. Box 611,

: >', Birth of a son to Mr. and VENICE FLORIDA

ARE ran JUST AP1AYTHIN6o'NATURE I MR. AND ,MRS. M. A.Phone BRASWELL 2321 Owner.Manajen
ran A Subscription To I

Gondolier Would

Ideal Christmas c fl .

? \

I SAY -'AVE

RALPH
WILHELM
PLUMBING, HEATING .YOU SEEN "isLORDSHIP
4
.
t Nature may endow you with AND REPAIRS ,

breathtaking beauty a lovely "No Job Too Large, No Job ?
curvaceous figure. She may be. Too Small"
stow gUts on you that make you Venice 2315 Sarasota 70.542 '
a brilliant actress, a leader In P. O. Box 1832 S.r..otaENGLEWOOD
jour class nt college sought
after at dances. or a charming
wife and mother.

Yes, Nature may do all this. ELECTRIC COMPANY
And yet you may find your face f Bay Street ENOLEWOOD" Av*.
mockingly slapped II
you suffer
these "Good Will md Better t
distressing symptoms. Follow Fair Dealing| Business t ar.LtJU
Sri. so many unfortunate FRED J. KRUEA, Prop.
.t and women doememing Member of .A.V. M Years
__..u .. ._ Member American Legion A V.F.W. i
Ton Should --- '-

Not Joke, forget .. -
About! Plnkhams Compound
So if female functional monthly DOES now than relieve such Hard Coughing Spells
disturbances are monthly pain. This great ttedi.
Buffer from pain causing, nervous you dIs.to cine ALSO relieves accompanying Resulting From Colds ; ebatf. en. aw e r ago wew.ftca.,.. iIF
tress and feel nervous tension irritability whatwouldnthe
weak 'IS
restless, LORDSHIP ,
so those were In that desolate spot
cranky and irritable that tired-out, mean pick-on- When your cold brings OD a give for ? If Y0
you everyone' troublesome DuQo a nice, tall, cool, mixed drink of his choice
almost turn Into feeUngs-when due to cough, spend 46 your
a 'she-devil cents It enjoy mixing and select
this your own favorite drinks
any drug Inspeet
on such days-THIS cause. Taken regularly store for a bottle of BUCKLEY'S .
is liquors from brands
von SHODUIN'T JOKE ABOUT soMETHING start thruout the month Plnkhama CANADIOL IoIIXTURII triple our fine stock of famous and popular
Compound helps ICtlng-to relieve coughing furt. BUCK.a .
right build
away-try Lydia E. PInk. up resta LEY'S
acts
hams tance against such t"Sftit to help loosen "P
Vegetable Compound to distress-Hi. thick, phlegfa-soothe JIM
very Irritated PONDER'SP4.
relieve,such symptoms. Its fa. sensible thing to do. Just throat membrane and
see If yoU, caw bard coughing -
mous for this purpose And too don.t remarkably apella. So try It the
don't benefit: AU very .: ...
drugstores a cold reeults ID a wracking, .tubbbrS .. \E uORS

4gj Glraxo VEGETABLE cough.rood It I.J'tDd for out coughs for yourself due to old Juat,. bow&k .t \ .\

COMPOUND BUCICLEY'S made CANADIOL MIXTURBIn -
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Stauches VisitedBy Slip Dredged for three-day convention of-the Flor- OPERATIONMiss

FOR RENTer Son AndDaughterinLaw New Boatyard ida State Hairdressers' Association Virginia Dowlmg, art

teacher of Andrew Jackson high
living room, Dredging of a slip to a seven- Although their
desirable beauty shop will school of Miami and daughter of
En route in their foot depth at the new boatyard of be
and bath yacht to Coco closed
room, kitchen West Monday and Tuesday, the Rev and Mrs G. D. Dowling
rtment Private hom Set nut Grove, after traveling down the Inland Coast Marine Ways, Inc., on arrangements have been made, of Venice, today underwent a mastoid -

1.1 l only.. the Mississippi river from Chicago South Waterway near the they said, for acceptance of tele- operation at St. Joseph's hospital -
[to New Orleans and then coming I Treasure Island bridge, was phone calls for appointments later in Tampa. Dr. Joseph Taylorwas

Phone 2174 across the Gulf of Mexico, Mr. and completed this week.A in the week her surgeon
Mrs. George Stauch:\ jr., stoppedover bulldozer Is now engaged In
Before 5 P. M. in Venice last week end for a clearing land at the site of the

brief visit with his parents, Mr. and new boatyard, which will start
Mrs George Stauch operations within the next two or
sr, winter
visitors three weeks, according to W. H
from Montague, Mich.
,
BUSINESSAND who Hotel-Apartments are guests at the here Worthington Marine Hoadley,Ways.president of West Coast Subscribe Now!


The younger Stauch, known Red Cross
Sewing
PROFESSIONALDIRECTORY
professionally as George Storm,
formerly taught dramatics at the Group CompletesPart

University of Miami and for several of Quota Things are happening in Venice

years was that city's directorof
dramatics. He now operates an Completion of 10 of the 50 skirts and vicinity.
LLIAM: LAMAR ROSE [elaborate, nationally-known "dude assigned to the local Red Cross

ATTORNEY AND ranch" at Montague. sewing group as part of Its quotaof

TITLE COUNSELOR-AT-LAW TRANSACTIONS The younger, Stauches, who con- winter clothing for foreign relief If you, too, would like to be "in
home Punta Gorda 211 or 15. tinued their journey south last distribution was reported yesterday -

Tuesday, plan to return to Veniceto by Mrs. Charles McG. the know "
why not subscribe
Roberts.
spend the Christmas holidays, now
|Dr. H. J. Hoeppner later flying to California where Mrs. L. E. Parrish, Mrs. D. J.

PHYSICIAN Mrs Stauch will fill a professional Riggs, and Mrs S. L. Sharp have to the

llywood Apt.Hottl-Mliml Av. ,singing engagement been working on the project, but
UO.12 2.' Phone 2511 more volunteers are sought, Mrs.

I Roberts said. VENICE GONDOLIER !

CLASSIFIEDADS The sewing group meets from 9

NEW a. m. to 12 noon at the Vemce-No- 3 Months 75c 6 Months $1.50 1 Year $2.50
komis Methodist church. All materials

PHONENUMBERS (so a word tint IK words, lo each are furnished, includingwool
additional word Minimum charge, for knitting sweaters, and the
ISo. Cain: with Ad. Special rates
for more then ono Insertion of the work may be taken home, Mrs.
aame ad Ads will be acaipted ever Roberts said.ICharm SUBSCRIPTION ORDER
the telephone (2 61) up to 5 p. m.
Thursday, with understanding ad.vertiser VENICE GONDOLIER
Snc, the lost "iuinc of the will remit payment prompt. ,
one directory Mvoral llctlnf s Iy.) Beauty P. O. Box 632,
bpn mi. .r number Venice
Florida.
oDed. Next (Issue of the tflrwtFII Owners to Attend ,
not scheduled te appear uotriI FOR SALEUENT'9
January. You may hive your ConventionPromising Please send me THE VENICE GONDOLIER for one
ii rt ir hiriln sat nominalncost. Call ; HOI.ITAIIth dlamnllK rlllK,
1 for further Information.) er.65 Avenue rural I Almi O, Venice viectrlc l Trailer pop; up 1'ark tiuixt. to return to Venice year ($2.50) ---, six months ($1.50) ?

>ha Institute of :Music.2663 with the latest or three months ((75c) .
I.PIECE RED w'Mlen information
fcikat, Henry ___ 2673 lull In perfect concerning
? eondUlon. 630. Thong 2522. Check which
|dt and Sons ..._..__ 3533 the season's new coiffure ( )
en, B. E. "."._ 3414 TWO USED electric Irons Universal).. styles, Trixie Nelson and Lucile (All subscriptions must be paid in advance)
lakade ......"___ 2861 I I'erl..el Is. I'hlln.working. 2142 eundilion. It."n.Ihl. Blalock, owners of the Charm
am Beauty Salon ..........2811 Beauty Salon Address _
223
West
Patio Hotel .___ 3572 ELECTRIC Ilrkulrk chicken flicker: Miami
dotter ., ., ... 2981 alHn. one 1t"1 l battery, capacity mi avenue, will leave for St. Petersburg Name -
??? ?? ? full rhUkeni. cumitleti with
ni" Fuel.........__.. 2372 feed gnmn and water Iruu"h. imp dertrlibrooder this Sunday to attend the
der, J. W.. Jr. (res.-...2824 capacity tau hlkit l'hIm.
KInney, Clyde ..._._2153 Venice 339.lux '4, Laurel.FOR .

t Office ., 2604
--?- ? ??? ? ? RENT
kitty"i Tavern 21(3kncil Sunday, December 1, Is the Beginning ofADVENT
& Potts Garage _.. 2541 IliHiM AM IMTII ftrrirnruKv I'rl.. I
frlor Hardware __ 2892len vats porch and 1 rntran. lIulalt. rrarklng .
apace| for car Phone SIMlURAt.U .
Auto Services...2165

lard i Luncheonette. .Vlwi AIAKTML.M Imly K.innv all rx.tn nmitn.leii.eK for. Special Morning and Evening Services Have Been Planned for Each
couple| | "r circle lady, with i urinate\ I I'at"
snit Irenkfiixl InrluAed.nh,.r |'rMluten i Sunday in the Advent Season at the

REASONS WHY 2853. BUSINESS:. PERSONALS Venice-Nokomis Methodist Church''

increasing millions i
\ Snap Dif cJc with 1NTI:Ith tit ID 1'(111 tTc "It ( II (With a Junior Church for the Children)
Inir Hlin\irii| d"'I'.h', 'I''IOI.r'l
In i order Mix M. dun I,,II, r. Palm Drive Nokomis
-
M \t'1.iNt1 nf all klrnln Open truck or ,
large Irnitir-Min trailer Thin JV "
,'Nell. 1'h"ne 26.1.

INSTRUCTIONREGISTER ..(
You will find a

NOW welcome In the

For New Classes for General -
I Designed to speedily relieve Dance Routine, Ballet and Church of your
J ample headache and painful Ballroom -
choice.
KomJortt of neuralgia. ALPHA INSTITUTE OF \_

1 Measured! dote MUSIC .'.,
in powder ,
j lonn for quick assimilation. 311 W. Venice Ave. Phone 2663 !
d/11 A GO TO
I Proof of merit. Same type formUla REAL ESTATE FOR SALE r1 t i
over one-third century.Standard A CHURCHDURING

I V. a P. ingredient Home It I

f laboratory tested, controlled I t ADVENT
I nulrmm anl Imth
1JI1Oc Price range of eYerJODI. furnlxheil
and 26c BIllet. i'artiall
SMi-foot Street Irontac
Caution: Uw only ai directed $6,500H. I I

IBuu-TAU-! "Whit will you get FROM Chrlitmai "Ii the Advent Communion' Meditation *

a N. Wimmers Sunday morning.
REALTOR I

VENICE, FLORIDA I

By TONI ROSSETt
1'AS ON PARADE


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VENICE GOl't"DOLIElt s Friday, November
Page Six
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,' The Advisory Committeeshall such funds to the person of the ongoing of the organization.XIV. :shall be the sole body
1 'YOUTH CENTER III.organize itself by electing one Secretary-Treasurer of the organ The Advisory Committee for the employment of such!
pe
1 shall be .responsible for the appointment personnel for Ol
(Continued from page 1) of its membership to be chairman, ization.VI. any UI'JlOst II
All shall sign the of any additional committees nection with the
Ann Lanier and Jimmy Jones, Ve- a vice-chairman, and a secretary- persons orianiZl
No-Hi student body treasurer. The committee shall register provided for that purpose for the promotion of the
.It arrival and on leaving the best Interest of the organization.
: So that parents may have full meet once each month, at a place upon
knowledge of the Youth Center and time to be decided upon by Center. ;CV. The Advisory CommitteeA 1T00

( set-up, The Gondolier herewith its membership. Provided, however VII. Any person who leaves the
!''p "..I prints the regulations drawn up at the chairman shall have authority Center and visits any place sellIng Subscription To The
last Monday night's meeting: to call a meeting whenever intoxicating beverages, will Gondolier Would Make
I. There shall be an Advisory in., his or her best Judgment, sucha forfeit his membership in the Ven- an' Ideal Christmas Gift MANYPEDpE
Committee, whose responsibility it meeting is necessary ice-Nokomis Youth Center organ- NAVE DREAM.
shall be to govern the Venice-No- IV. The secretary treasurer ization. It shall be the duty of the LINED BRA/NSI
komis Youth Center. This com- shall be responsible for the receiving Advisory Committee to enforce
mittee shall be responsible for and for the safe-keeping this regulation. We Will Be
drafting the necessary rules and of any and all funds entrusted to VIII. There shall be no smokingin
regulations and policies of the his care; he shall expend funds the Youth Center at 'any time. CLOSEDNext
or-j
ganization, and for the only as authorized by the Advisory IX There shall be no profanityand
ment of such rules, regulations. Committee; excepting for the 'or other debasing language Mondayand

, and policies among the rrember- expenditure of sums less than $5, used in and about the Youth Cen- Tuesday,
.. ship. he shall have the approval of the ter at any time.X. .
II The Advis.'rC.'mrnitee chairman of the Advisor Committee The Advisory Committeeshall December 2 and 3,
shall be composed of: Four high The secretar ..treuurer shall be responsible for determining To Enable Us To Attend
I I;:,. school *tu
: \ irembenh.p preferably.: fo tj ,showing a'J: transactions, each ship in the Yenice-N'okomis Youth HAIRDRESSERS'CONVENTION

, \- and to i.r'.t: : Ore. adult mates nor.:1to the Advisory Committee. Center organization. The ages ren-
I member elected l !t> ".. Chamber! V The A.h'isorCommittee: dering one eligible for member-

.., ,I '* "" .:!:frt O-. mtmler eitreiis shall: t* responsible for securinghe ship being 13 to 19 years inclusive.XI. In St. Petersburg But dreaming of oft, of I,
tat.. :; : e ip: ttt.-i orvrti : ten.ce. cf capable: persons as The Advisory Committeeshall good meals Is s grand
: However, You May Phone 2811 lath
to'H :..aerones. aid; shall endeavor to be responsible for determining habit.
Monday or Tuesday to Make
; Katie four such persons at each the time and place of meeting -
7 SA-T*. c.-.r1- ? :r r.;."i ,.! the Youth Ce .:er. Prefo -I for the Youth Center activities.XII. An Appointment The Week for Later In Open 7 a. an. to 3 P, IL r P
-Ttaoers A.r. 'J'v -.* eratly.; :\\' marred couples are An Advisory Committee Closed Mondays
itr ..i ...: tie NJ. do.rei The charerore.111 be I member shall not remain in office
r k e..J L".:n. the rtspcrs.b.e: for the conduct and I more than one year, without being CHARMBEAUTY
: demeanor! > of the membership and duly elected or selected by the SALON

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