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Sun Coast Gondolier (Newspaper) - July 11, 1977, Venice, Florida4 a Sun coast gondolier. Venice Florida monday july 11, 1977 they get their signals crossed if a police dispatcher in Venice gets a Call Over the radio to Send a car to River Road he can to always be sure the callers referring to the pothole filled stretch of Asphalt 11 Miles South of the City limits. If its a slow talking dispatcher who drawls the base stations a aka any teeny fahd Zowah fahd Nahne identification number chances Are the Call is coming in from Muskogee Oklahoma. If the transmission is interspersed with several a Agra Dases and a sen ors a the Call is probably originating from a cuban fishing boat somewhere South of Miami. Bill Williams chief operator at the Florida Highway patrols Ftp South Venice station said his dispatchers frequently pick up transmissions from Oklahoma throughout Florida and Points in the Gulf. A it interferes with our hearing our own troopers. I read hear and understand them better than i can read our own men a Williams said with a shake of his head. The chief operator attributed the not so unusual occurrence to a Freak weather and said the Calls Are generally picked up when the transmitting areas Are having a Cloudy Stormy Florida troopers sometimes get in the Way of their stray Bullet startles Mobile Home couple a Oklahoma counterparts too Williams said. A Oklahoma has at times said a you re going to have to repeat Florida is covering interfering with us a he recalled. Williams laughed that his dispatchers no longer have any trouble figuring out where transmissions Are coming from. Voices and accents Are sure giveaways and foreign identification numbers Are now fairly familiar. Thank goodness. We done to want any of our troopers spinning their wheels to reach an Elm Street Accident scene Only to find the 10-20 location was actually Way out in Pawnee Oklahoma. In m m my gmugm8m8nmm� Legal notices notice of intention to Register fictitious name the undersigned do hereby certify that t hey Are conducting a Home Wash and Wax. Roof coating and painting business at 160 base ave. A a a Apt. 112, Venice Fla. 33595 under the fictitious name of Mobile Home Wash and Wax and North port Home service Center and that said firm is composed of the following persons whose names and places of residence Are As follows Ralph l. Mcclure 460 base ave. E., Apt. 112 Venice Fla. Louisa m. Mcclure 460 base ave. Apt. 112 Venice. Fla. Ownership of Mobile Home Wash and Wax and North port Home service Center is As follows Ralph l. Mcclure 50% Louisa m. Mcclure 50% it is our intention to apply to the clerk of the circuit court in and for Sarasota county Florida to Register the said name Mobile Home Wash Ani Wax. North port Home service Center under the provisions of chapter 865.09, Laws of Florida acts of 1971. Witness our hands this 5 Day of july 1977. Ralph l. Mcclure Louisa m. Mcclure publish july 11,18,25. Aug. 1,1977 notice of intention to Register fictitious name the undersigned does hereby certify that he is conducting a Lawn maintenance landscape business at 320 Eider rd., Venice Fla. Under the fictitious name of Hubbell s Law n care and that said firm is composed of the following persons whose names and places of residence Are As follows Rich i Allen Hubbell 320 Eider rd., South Venice ownership of Hubbell a Lawn care is As follows Richard Hubbell 100% it is my intention to apply to the clerk of the circuit court in and for Sarasota county Florida to Register the said name Hubbell s Lawn care under the provisions of chapter 865.09, Laws of Florida. Acts of 1971. Witness in hand this 6 Day of july 1977. Richard a. Hubbell publish july 11.18.25, aug. 1.1977 use action packed want ads a Ulf a Jinks i armorial Jerk established 1960 serving Venice Englewood North port a Toft am interments Edith Brower july 1 Lth-10 . Grace Robertson july 11 th-10 30 . Of information Stop no or write to pc Box 1582 Venice Phi mum Rob doctor pills taken thieves broke into an Englewood doctors office wednesday evening and took Cash and pills the sheriffs department reported. Or. Ernest c. Smith of 1150 Larchmont or. Reported $18 missing from a drawer in the receptionists room and 25 tablets of tylenol gone. The subjects apparently gained entry by prying the rear office door open with a screwdriver. Legal notices notice of intention to Register fictitious name the undersigned do hereby certify that they Are conducting an efficiency apartment Motel business at 314 Casey key rd., Nokomis Fla. 33555 under the fictitious name of Trade winds efficiencies and that said firm is composed of the following persons whose names and places of residence Are As follows William a. Bodager . 712, Venice Mary Roselle Bodager . Box 712, Venice ownership of Trade winds efficiencies is As follows William a. Bodager 50% Mary Roselle Bodager 50% it is our intention to apply to the clerk of the circuit court in and for Sarasota county. Florida to Register the said name Trade winds efficiencies under the provisions of chapter 865.09. Laws of Florida. Acts of 1971. Witness our Hayds this 29 Day of june. 1977. William a. Bodager Mary Roselle Bodager publish july i. Ii. 18.25.1977 notice to intention to Register fictitious name the undersigned does hereby certify that it is conducting a Mobile Home set up business at 332 South Venice by pass Venice. Florida under the fictitious name of Muakka aluminium and that said firm is composed of the following persons whose names and places of residence Are As follows n. R. Aluminium company 332 South Venice by pass Venice Florida ownership of . Aluminium company is As follows e. J. Reid 50% Smith family Trust 50% it is our intention to apply to the clerk of the circuit court in and for Sarasota county Florida to Register the said name Muakka aluminium under the provisions of chapter 865.09. Laws of Florida acts of 1971. Witness my hand this 10 Day of june. 1977. N. R. Aluminium company by e. J. Reid president publish june 20. 27. July 4.11.1977 summertime activities require much caution hundreds of thousands of injuries Are treated in Hospital emergency rooms each year As a result of traditionally summertime activities like swimming bicycling skateboarding camping Home barbecuing and play at Home and Public playgrounds. Many children Are involved and deaths sometimes occur. Nearly half a million bicycle related injuries More than 100.000 Public and Home playground injuries Over 70.000 skateboarding and Over 50.000 swimming accidents Are treated yearly in Hospital emergency rooms. The National safety Council estimates that 1,100 bicycle car deaths and 300 Home swimming Pool drown Ings occurs each year. Although the other summer activities have fewer injuries and deaths involved there Are still Many thousands of tragedies each year. Here Are some tips on How to have a safer summer bicycles skateboards a choose the right sized bicycle to fit the rider not one to a grow into later. A properly maintain bicycles and skateboards and Check them frequently. Take them to experienced repairmen for complicated adjustments and repairs. A bicyclists should follow the rules of the Road when on streets or highways. Seek out areas away from traffic for skateboarding. Many communities have designated special skateboarding areas and bicycle pathways. A Wear helmets shoes Long pants and sleeves when Bike Riding and add Elbow and knee pads when skateboarding. A practice falling by flexing the body and performing rolling Type Falls. You need to be ready if you have an Accident on your Bike or skateboard. A avoid Riding in wet weather and at night. Playground equipment a teach children Safe play habits no rough play shoving or fighting around playground equipment. A never install playground equipment Over hard surfaces such As Concrete. The equip ment should be anchored firmly. A place playground sets at least six feet from obstructions such As fences or Walls. A Check regularly to be sure that All nuts bolts and clamps Are tight. A replace nuts and bolts that have rusted. Swing chains and swings should be checked for rust and replaced if necessary. All rusted areas on Metal tubing should be sanded and repainted. A any exposed screws or bolts should be capped. If a set with protective Caps is unavailable protrusions should be taped. Swimming pools a use slip resistant materials on the deck surrounding the Pool and on the diving boards and ladders. Clean these areas regularly to prevent growth of algae which make the surfaces Slippery. A have the electrical systems installed by licensed electricians and in accordance with local building codes and recognized standards for safety a Fence in Pool area to prevent Access by unsupervised children. A place a safety float line where the Bottom slope begins to deepen approximately the four foot level. A keep All electrical appliances such As . Radios away from the Pool because of the potential Shock Hazard which they present. A see that any swimming slides have been installed according to the manufacturers recommendations and comply with the requirements of the cps mandatory safety Stan Dard for swimming Pool slides. Fish frys to be continued direct cremation service 275 no pre need membership fees Ewing funeral Home 140 e. Venice ave. Venice phone 488-7737 Karl i blizzard d chairman Walter Woods of the elks activities committee has announced that the excellent reception accorded to the Friday night fish frys warrants their continuation. This activity inaugurated a few weeks ago features fresh grouper in a Well prepared and tasty menu that is presented by member volunteers and their wives. Wood states that the group is planning to add the Choice of Southern Fried Chicken people helping people although we be been serving for Many years we still consider each family special. We re determined to give service that s not Only Complete. But offered with the sympathy and understanding of friends. Farley funeral Homes Venice 265 Nokomis Avenue phone 488-2291 North port 100 Biscayne drive phone 426-2880 David p. Farley funeral director take a Florida 0dhjuice break continued ceiling. It spewed insulation All Over the floor and gave mrs. Sauerbrun the fright of her life. Her husband was shocked too. A i was just watching the Boob tube when i heard what sounded like an explosion in the Back of the coach. Like something had really broken Loose a Sauerbrun remembered. An inspection revealed the True cause of the noise and thoroughly shaken the couple put in a Call to the sheriffs department. Investigation by Deputy Jim Klein indicated the .308 slug was shot from about a mile away but the direction was impossible to determine. Spanish lakes is in a relatively undeveloped area and the Bullet could have come from either surrounding Orange Grove or a residential front Yard. A finding whoever discharged the firearm would be practically an impossibility. It was probably someone having a real Good time boozing it up celebrating the fourth a Sauerbrun said. Unfortunately someone a carelessness resulted in a potentially dangerous situation. The Bullet luckily was spent by the time it winged through the bedroom ceiling but that knowledge did no to lesson the Shock for the Sauerbrunn. The Only damage from the Bullet was fixed with a Little bit of plaster and kind help from Deputy Klein. But nobody could have repaired the damage if the stray Bullet had killed someone in its path. Powder puff fliers continued the colletts and the California Trio had much to talk about discussing their various problems in caring for Birds and mammals and teaching techniques in treating injured wildlife. Jenny said her group in California has trained Over 1200 people in the care and feeding of native wildlife at workshops held annually from april through july. A we have been amazed at the response we have had Over the past three years a she said. A at our very first workshop 140 people came to the colletts and two of their Venice High school volunteers Stephanie Riley and Laurie Peters met the women pilots at the Airport thursday morning and drove them to the Collett Home to spend the Day. The women a first question As they got out of their plane was a what Are All those White Birds we see everywhere a consider Union continued think about the matter and now thinks the City should contribute a Small sum toward the project. He suggested that it be brought up during the next Council meeting for reconsideration. The added vote would probably spell approval of the pension study funding since the last one ended in a tie. Case however said he does not think it should be voted on at that time because two of the councilmen will be absent. The mayor explained that he does not think the Council should vote on controversial matters when half of its members Are away. Attorney pleads in Atlanta he s pushing for nursing Home whether Lemon Bay and Englewood will see a new nursing Home depends on How persuasive a Missouri Man can be. The nursing Home facility to be located at 777 Pine Street in Englewood is being locally funded and supported. But it is being defended in Atlanta hearings by Bob Muether a representative of medical facilities inc., in Missouri. Muether presently in Atlanta is pleading the Case for the local nursing Home with the hew. In order to get approval for a facility of this Type the suggestion has to be made to the government authorities that the project is needed in the Community. A the state of Florida uses what is called a patient shed area Quot said Bob Brady a local spokesman for the project and currently a funeral director with the Lemon Bay funeral Home. The a patient shed area reaches from Osprey South to port Charlotte including North port and some of the outlying areas. What the hrs they Are in on this too and the hew want to determine and what Muether is trying to persuade them into realizing is that there is enough need in the Community patient shed area to warrant this nursing Home. The Home incidentally is named the Englewood Community nursing services inc., according to an attendant Phil Platt who works for the Lemon Bay funeral Home. In the application to the Federal department of hew the argument was presented that beyond just the nursing Home the need exists particularly for intermediate care Beds for patients who Are not total invalids. While Muether is working with the hew in Atlanta and trying to get their approval for not Only the Home but also for the essential medicaid and medicare reimbursement benefits one voice of approval has already been offered. In the application to the Federal department of hew the argument was presented that beyond just the nursing Home the need exists particularly for intermediate care Beds for patients who Are not total invalids. While Muether is working with the hew in Atlanta and trying to get their approval for not Only the Home but also for the essential medicaid and medicare reimbursement benefits one voice of approval has already been offered. A a we be got an endorsement from Art forehand in Tallahassee. He a head of the hrs for the state a Brady said while explaining his Hopes for the Englewood project. A forehand has indicated that if the hew approves the application he will give us the certificate of need to build the Home a Brady said explaining the importance of the hand in Glove relationship Between the two agencies. Brady is optimistic about the project and went on talking about some of the other obstacles local in nature that had to be overcome. Quot the zoning for the property has to be changed or else we just need a variance one or the other. The land is zoned for agricultural purposes right now a Brady said adding a and the county commissioners will decide whether to approve our particular plans for land use. A a it a going to be a Large building an 80-bed facility with a doctor on Call and the project is going to Cost anywhere from $1.2 to $1.4 million Quot Brady said. He acknowledged that the funds were local and that everyone involved in the project will be Happy if after three years in operation they make a 10 percent net profit on their investment. Brady mentioned that even though the nursing Home is being represented by an out of state firm and in spite of the need for going out of state for the architectural plans supplied by Amedco in Missouri the members of the project wanted All bid letting to be done by local contractors. Building contractors whether in or out of this state have any control Over building costs which Are constantly rising. And although the feasibility study was Dore in january 1977, Brady does no to see the costs to be too much of an obstacle. Quot we Haven to decided on who or what yet so there is some leeway in looking Over the final bids a Brady remarked when discussing the groundbreaking slated for fall of this year. A also letters of inquiry have already come in requesting Job information a Brady said. Quot we done to have anything to Tell them yet. It All it depends on whether or not missourians Are Good persuaders. Search on for Englewood guards for those who May prefer it to the fish course. The food is served at the club facilities every Friday evening from 7 to 9 . With Lenny James providing music on the Organ for dining and dancing pleasure until Midnight. The search for an Englewood lifeguard is on and according to Jim Ermish of the Charlotte county Parks and recreation dept., More than one guard will be needed. Quot because of the seven hour Day requirement we will need three guards so that they can rotate their shifts and they can have two Days off a Ermish said. Quot we Are gathering information for equipment costs As Well As salary requirements. If we Are looking at the perfect situation the Start up costs would be about $20,000,�?� Ermish said adding that part of that figure is for equipment and would not be duplicated until something wears out. Service news Quot once the initial project is funded by the county commissioners they meet next tuesday All we have to look at next year is salary a the director remarked. He said the salary scale looks pretty Good. Once lifeguards have been interviewed and accepted the project plans to have the Beach covered from March through october a total of 245 Days of guarding. A a we re looking in the county. Rotonda and North port and we want the guards Over qualified if possible Strong on first Aid and wed like to put them into a car cardio pulmonary Resus citation program Quot Ermish said. Quot if they Arentt local we run the risk of having them leave to go Back to College at the end of the summer and we re hoping not to have that happen Quot Lye added. Ermish suggested anyone interested in applying should Contact the Charlotte county Parks and recreation depart ment. Navy lieutenant Junior Grade Samuel r. Calveard whose wife Janice Quot is the daughter of Clay l. Chadwick of mockingbird Lane Englewood has been designated a surface warfare officer Swo. He was presented with the Neptune society Complete cremation service the Neptune society provides a simple dignified cremation with dissemination at sea. There is no need Tor embalming cosmetology casket or grave. Your social Security and or veterans administration death Benefit May cover our cremation service. Our literature tells the Complete Story of our society. We Are North America s largest cremation society with offices now coast to coast. For immediate need or free portfolio write or Call 24 hours 821-3341 24 hours the pier 800 2nd ave. Nest. Petersburg Fla. 33701 813/365-0705 213/831/0664 i Send free portfolio to 714/646-4431 415/771-0717 714/683-5020 415/451-0887 name 714/223-9892 408/241-4030 i 805/962-9415 a Banff to address no Salesman will Call no Salesman will Call a by state Gold Swo insignia aboard his ship submarine tender uss canopus Home ported in Rota Spain. Becoming a Swo Marks the culmination of two years of extensive training and experience aboard a Navy surface ship. A Swo must demonstrate proficiency As an underway officer of the deck including ship handling and Manu Evering in formation under simulated Battle conditions. He must also Quality As an underway watch officer in the combat information Center detecting and tracking enemy aircraft ships and missiles. In addition he completed various training courses in naval operations and passed a comprehensive Oral Examina lion conducted by his Comman Ding officer. He joined the Navy in october 1956. Area obituaries listed Stock options Dale Ehrhart. P.485-5463 Raymond James amp associates inc. Is George a. Sinclair or. Of 100 n. Verona st., Nokomis died tuesday july 5, 1977 at his Home. He was 57. Born in Seneca Falls ., he came to the area 12 years ago from Silver Lake Or. Sinclair was the owner and operator of Sinclair custom Concrete in Nokomis before retirement. He was protestant by Faith and a life member of the veterans of foreign wars the Loyal order of Moose and the legion of Moose of Perry ., and a member of no Vel american legion Post of Venice. He was a Veteran of world War ii. He leaves his wife Geraldine three daughters mar Garet Sinclair of Perry ., Sandra Smith of Conesus ., and Linda Armstrong of Uncasville Conn. Two sons Randy of Nokomis and George jr., of Silver Lake three grandchildren four Sisters mrs. Robert Murphy of Silver Lake mrs. Harold Jenson of Penn Yan ., mrs. Lewis wild of Penn Yan and mrs. Donald Cooley of Waterloo n. Y. Three Brothers Charles of Geneva ., William of Buffalo ., and Wallace of Avon Alice g. Nonnen Beij of 364 Marius rd., North port died Friday july 8, 1977 at a Venice nursing Home. She was 91. Born in new York City she came to North port 20 years ago from Metuchen . She was a member of holy Trinity lutheran Church of North port. She leaves one daughter Evelyn a. Henriksen of North port one grandson Donald Thompson of Island Park And two great grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 11 . Monday at the port Charlotte Chapel of Kay Ponger funeral Home with pastor rolling Hansen a it cd or. Carl d. Kammey a officiating

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