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Venice Gondolier (Newspaper) - May 20, 1963, Venice, FloridaPage two the Venice gondolier monday May 20, 1963 three a Ward won by gop delegation Venice Nokomis Republican women s club put Venice on the map in Florida gop circles last week by being the a Tofily City in the state to carry Home three state awards from their convention in Palm Beach. The local group won first prize for their press Book publicity for the Best program planning for the past three years and for the greatest gain in membership. Mrs. Ann lord is publicity chairman for the organization and has been assisted by mrs. Emma Reilly former chair Man. Mrs. Ralph Morrill is chairman of membership. The group has grown from 70 members to Between 200 and 300 at present. Mrs. Harry j. Barker is in charge of the political education program for which the first prize was awarded. She is also program planning chairman of the Florida federation of Republican women. The awards were made at the sixth state biennial convention held May 9 through 11 at Palm Beach towers Palm Beach. Delegates from the Venice club were mrs. Carl l. Hamilton president mrs. Barker mrs. Lord and mrs. Reilly second vice president. Of Tidei a Fumai so ome 265 Nokomis ave., Venice a Hue a Juii Ijac a it Ull Jik Jpn 24 hour ambulance service pm. 488-2291 Florida a licensed a Indiana am exquisite lamps and lamp shades a Early american a contemporary a traditional let us style your favorite vase or Ceramic into Beautiful lamps. A rewiring a restyling a All lamp repairs a Ork by experienced designers and craftsmen the lamplighter shop inc. 204 n. Tamami Trail Sarasota Florida City prepares to pave Castile Menendez streets the Venice City Council has denied the protests made last dec. 13 by eight Castile Street residents Between Granada and Armada Road and the work of installing the necessary drainage preparatory to paving this Street a As Well As one Block on Menendez Street a was started last week. The Castile Street residents objected strongly to paving of their Street claiming it would destroy the a country Lane atmosphere of the Quot Street and would greatly increase the traffic. Since then some of the original protestants have withdrawn their objections however. Both director of Public works Guy Curwood and City planning director Paul a. Youngberg stated that particular two Block stretch of a country Lane presented a serious drainage problem and required costly scraping and grading after every Rainy spell to keep it in travel condition. The drainage problems Are being corrected and the base of the streets constructed by City employees to keep the Cost of paving to a minimum. Only the Asphalt Topping will have to be applied by a private contractor. About 90 per cent of the streets in Venice have received either temporary or permanent paving and Youngberg said he hoped All streets could be at least temporarily paved in the next year. Italy is slightly larger than Arizona and contains More than 50 million people. Allen i convalescent and j nursing Home a 24 hour nursing service i phone Venice 488-2702 = 1 317 Ponce de Leon ave. 5 Hospital report admissions May 5 Hettie Forsythe no Komis Eula Blackburn Osprey. May 7 Paul Johnson Englewood Stanley Packard Venice Harry Fuger Venice Frances Miles Venice Albert Lowe Placida George Bau Munk Venice Clara Mason Venice. May 8 Charles Watson Venice Christine Adkins Venice Emily Weston Venice Mary Whiteside n. It. Charlotte Barney York Nokomis George Wiest Englewood Doris Parr Venice George h. Wheeler sr., Venice. May 9 Agnes Probst Venice David Farley Venice Charles Carr Venice Eric Henderson Nokomis Ruby Shively Nokomis Arthur Eddy Englewood Judith Kuhl Boca Grande Emily Lefton Nokomis. May 10 Susan bums Venice Peggy Heppner Nokomis Jean Fox Venice Georgeanna Ryan Venice Diane Sau Erwine Venice Donna of Shaughnessy Venice. May 11 Martha Thompson Boca Grande veda Gill Venice Gilbert Picot Venice Herbert Trench Englewood Martin Thompson Venice Charlotte Schultz Venice William Adrian Venice. May 12 Betty Jean Evett Nokomis Edith Silcox Boca Grande Mark Jones Venice Fannie Harvey Venice co Rinne Naar Venice Jeannette Ziolke Venice Ridley Mcelroy Venice. May 13 Bernice Herrick Venice Ramona Wood n. It. Charlotte Catherine buob Venice Helen Roberts Englewood George Kling Venice. May 14. Eleanor Deaterly Venice Crystal Gardner Nokomis Epa Razell Laurel Wilbur Cloud Venice Ruth Thompson Englewood. Discharges May 6 Susan Meyers Nokomis Martha Deppert Venice Doris Beecher Venice Cornelius s. Venice. May 7 Nora Sander n. It. Charlotte William Bedell Venice Jessie Schnatman Nokomis George Grady Englewood Henry John expired Englewood. May 8 George swab Ven it Ltd Low monthly payments a reasonable financing charge a its a Home investment a no Down payment Long term a pay As you use ill / a i m i 1 ice Charles Van meter Venice Edward Wettenman Venice Needham Hilton Nokomis Lillian Abrahams Venice Frances Miles Venice David Stenstrom Englewood. May 9 John Henry Sturns Laurel Ruth Conklin Nokomis Walter Witmer Venice George Wheeler sr., Venice Hazel puff Venice George Baumunk Venice Virgil Brown Venice Joseph Ryan Venice Gordon Elferdink Venice Dorothy Moss Venice Ollie Kendall Venice Harvey Hubbard it. Charlotte. May 10 Eric Henderson expired Nokomis Louis Toth Venice Eula Blackburn Osprey Judith Kuhl Boca Grande Joseph Austin Venice Edward Hohman Venice Montcalm Watson Englewood Charles Carr Venice Harry Fuger Venice Ruby Journell Englewood Barney York Nokomis Daphene Radford Venice Ruth Levins Boca Grande. May 11 William Hansel Man n. It. Charlotte Archie Scott Englewood Maori and baby boy Parr Venice Albert Lowe Placida William Lewis Osprey Diane Sauerwine Venice George Wiest Englewood. May 12 Agnes Probst Venice Vera Hopkins Nokomis Creighton Eldridge Englewood Donna of Shaughnessy Venice. May 13 Gladys Payne Venice Hettie Forsythe Nokomis Emily Lefton Nokomis Ruth Austin Boca Grande Stanley Packard Venice Peggy and baby boy Heppner Nokomis Jean and baby girl Fox Venice Susan and baby girl Burns Venice Martin Thompson Venice. May 14 Charlotte Schultz Venice Emily Weston Venice Gilbert Picot Venice Cassie Clemons Moore Haven Fla. Richard Geary Englewood Mark Jones Venice Laurence Mills Venice Beatrice Schmelke n. It. Charlotte. Births 1 1 _ 1 y m m built in Kitchen dishwasher a clothes Washer a clothes dryer a combination clothes Washer amp dryer a counter Type cooking units a Wall or Cabinet Type ovens a refrigerator a Freezer a combination refrigerator amp Freezer. Freestanding appliances Are not eligible for loan insurance remodelling. Structural alterations a converted attic or basement a added room or garage a built in cabinets painting amp and fresh color a exterior and Interior a wallpaper a floor finishing weatherproofing. Siding a roofing a insulation a storm Sash and doors a gutters a caulking a weatherstripping plumbing amp heating. Modernization a piping and fixtures a extra Bath a hot water system a sewage disposal wiring. Better lighting and fixtures a outlets a Safe and adequate electrical system a heavy duty circuits masonry plaster amp Cement work. Wallboard a tile a linoleum a floor and porch repairs a driveway a fencing Many other improvements which add life and value to your property first in name Cost of title i Loans to the Borrower monthly payments Cost of 12 24 36 48 60 improve month month month month month ments loan loan loan loan loan too r�?os8/787 �?o�?o$47597 ��?o$3?207�?os2a0 f $27081 209 17.55 9.18 6.39 5.00 4.16 1 300 26.32 13.77 1 9.59 1 7.49 1 6.24 i 400 35.09 1 18.36 1 12.78 9.99 8.32 i 500 43.86 22.95 1 i-.97 1 12.49 1 10.40 600 i 52.64 27.54 1 19.17 i 14.98 112.47 1 700 61.41 32.12 i 22.36 1 17.48 1 14.55 1 800 70.18 36.71 25.56 1 19.98 1 16.63 900 78.95 i 41.30 28.75 1 22.47 i 18.71 1 1,000 87.72 i 45.89 i 31.94 1 24.97 1 20.79 1 2,000 175.44 1 91.77 1 63.88 1 49.94 41.57 2,500 219.30 1 114.71 i 79.85 i 62.42 1 51.96 1 3,000 262.71 1 137.22 1 95.39 1 71.48 1 61.93 1 3,500 306.11 159.72 110.93 86.53 71.89 first in service first sirt Ioil milk 6? voice liar Venice member . Florida member . Your Home owned Bank Parr or. And mrs. Nevin e., Venice baby boy bom May 8, 11 34 . Named Nevin Eugene Parr or. Fox or. And mrs. Thomas w., Venice baby girl born May 10, 3 25 . Named Carol Marie Fox. Heppner. Or. And mrs. Walter w., Nokomis baby boy born May 10, 12 17 . Named George Thomas Heppner. Burns or. And mrs. James m. Jr., Venice baby girl born May 10, 5 58 . Named Holly Jean Burns. Schultz or. And mrs. Leonard f., Venice baby boy born May 11, 6 25 . Named David Bernard Schultz. Thompson or. And mrs. Robert l. Jr., Boca Grande baby boy bom May 12, 3 41 a. M. Named Wesley Thompson. Presbyterian women to observe birthday May is the birthday month of the women of the presbyterian Church ., and Venice Nokomis presbyterian women of the Church will celebrate this 51st birthday anniversary with a luncheon meeting tomorrow at 11 . In the Church Fellowship Hall. Mrs. Palmer Rice is program chairman. A the coquette so a local singing group will entertain at the luncheon. Mrs. J. N. Mckibben president will examine How this years birthday gift offering will be used for missionary work along the new Frontier Highway in Brazil and for Hospital expansion in Mexico. Circle and. Committee chairmen and the executive Board will be special guests. All members and friends who wish to attend Are requested to make reservations by calling the Venice Nokomis presbyterian Church office 488-3823, by tomorrow. Circle co chairmen Are in charge of arrangements. Luncheon Cost is $1. Equipment at hand Monterey Calif. Apr a fire engine raced to a Brush Blaze on a vacant lot and found 11-Vear-old Craig Watson had stomped out. The flames. He said there was no one around so he used his feet. Nightly 8 10 except sunday matinees wed. Sat. 2 . Ladies free every thursday Central air conditioning deluxe clubhouse plenty of free amp Valet parking rain or Shine sorry no minors Sara Sain ii in in i. In old Bradenton re. Between 41 and 301 banging it out about Englewood by a a path bang 474-2224 Hurrah and hallelujah the door is Hung. And what a Job it was just everything was wrong. But or. Henry Miller of Venice a Carpenter and what a Carpenter he was did a grand Job. Had to take the jealousies out of old door and take the door off hinges. The new door hinges had to be Cut out a top had to be added then the panel for jealousies had to be Cut and they had to be put in. The new door was hollow and he had to Cut pieces to fit the various places where he had to install pm the jealousies. The door was made in Japan no less. The Knob had to be Cut out and inserted. We Are hoping for a High wind tonight so All the shavings and sawdust blows away. Now the paint Job inside and out then will be set. A brother can you spare a dime a mrs. Edward j. Berry of Beverley Circle had two tables of pinochle mrs. John Todd mrs. W. A. Dissinger mrs. Charles Mathews mrs. Max Ridgway or. John Pieche miss Ivy suites and mrs. Ann Jones. Refreshments were served and a grand time was had by All. Englewood a men Bowling league held a banquet at my Akka lanes saturday night. The coupons on fray st. Have had guests a mrs. Marquerite Lasley she was or. Coulon a Secretary for 18 years in the Allison division of general motors Indianapolis. A Friend came with her a mrs. Martha Essey. They Are having a wonderful time including a boat trip from fort Myers. A ooh its a Long Long Trail winding to Tampa to the Busch gardens but what a Lovely place when you finally arrived and two amazing features stand out like two sore thumbs. No admission and no place to eat. We entered the grounds through a Beautiful Avenue of Blooming Flowers. Almost at once you step on an escalator a stairway to the stars a the largest continuous motor stairway Ever built. It carries visitors to the 86th foot High observation deck from which one looks through huge windows into rooms below where the vats Are then the bottling room Etc. One is free to wander Over the ground which by the Way Are unmarked but one tries to get to the Parrot show. There Are four a Day. Or. Rich Naegeli director puts gaily coloured and highly trained macaws through their paces in the amphitheatre. Most of the Birds Fly Loose some he says Fly outside of the grounds but come Back by 4 . To their individual cages which Are marked by name so they know what Bird is missing. He told us not a living soul nor a written word can help him or anyone to distinguish the sex of these Birds. As or. Naegeli said a Only the Birds there a a children a Village Leprechaun Lane Dwarf Village Hansel and Gretel in fairy tale Lane. An enormous space Frame housing Many rare exotic and Beautiful Birds. Mothers Day was celebrated at the methodist Church sunday. Flowers were presented to the oldest and youngest mothers. Wednesday May 15th, at 6 . In Fellowship Hall family night will be held. It will be a covered dish affair and All members will bring their own table service As Well As food. After dinner at 7 30 . A full length production film will be shown. The life of Martin Luther. The Public is invited there will be no admission charge but a Small Good will offering will be asked for. The old Sanctuary of the old Church has been remodeler for the youth of the Church. In Honor of the lamp family who contributed so much to the Church the youth Center will be known thereafter As the Lampp youth Center. Phone rang last night and it was mrs. Hinchcliffe of Oxford dr., saying she would be Over As soon As she was finished with her dinner. She had had Willard Willmott pot us a Large clump of mint. And Over she came and planted it at once. Many Many thanks. Put a letter in the mail Box and noticed a Carton in the ditch thought it was an empty one meant to pick it up then walked Back without it. Later in the afternoon looked out the window and there was the Carton atop the mail Box so dashed out to bring it in and to and behold it was addressed to me. On opening it up found a Lovely clump of mint. Had been mailed from Venice by a mrs. H. F. Prevatt. Thanked her immediately by mail and enclosed the postal amount. Wasny to that kind of her to go to All that trouble so lil old Pat could have some mint miss Bessie Rasmussen is entertaining the Friday night club at her Home on the Beach. Her guests will be mrs. Ethyl o. Gould mrs. Jessie Blake Man mrs. Florence Schweier mrs. Ola macintosh mrs. Anne Sommerman mrs. Marion Sanger mrs. Naomi summer and mrs. Jane Thompson. If wore a hat would put a Feather in it. This morning our dear friends Katherine and Cecil Duff Stevens came in to say goodbye. They Are seeing their friends today and tomorrow then going into seclusion for a week of rest before leaving by train for new York. They will be met at Penn station by Friend from new Jersey and will be driven there to stay the night. The next Day they embark for Inland will visit Wales and Denmark and come Back to us m the Middle of july. This is thu very first time have Ever mentioned their name in the column. When asked if Vav could put it in got a Little no from Katherine but Cecil gave me a big yes almost fell off the chair was so surprised they will have someone living in the House so it won t be closed. Someone must take care of the Lovely cigarette their cat. A of monday seemed a Day for surprises. About 10 . W0 heard a Racket outdoors looked out and there were the county mowers cutting the should ers and ditches. And did the Street need it. Some of us have the shoulders and ditches Cut with our lawns but some do not. So some weeds were shoulder High As you passed them. It was unsightly. A a of sunday talked to Sands Dasher in Orlando to wish he a Happy mothers Day. Wee Vickey is gaining and is Sassy Sandy says. We were Lucky to talk to Arthur too he said a a hello thru a Yawn called at 7 10. They Are All Well and Happy. Last week the John Young s of Washington st. Took Tootsie their Bull dog to the vets where a tumor was removed. Took her to Arcadia to Gracie a sister As they thought they were on their Way to Connecticut. But the a Best Laid plans of mice and men go blotto. They Are leaving on the 17th. They will drive to Tampa to meet mrs. Youngs step son by a former marriage and Harold Philcox will take Over the wheel on arrival and Start straight Back to Darain Conn. We had two cards yesterday from up North. The Hambling a arrived at their Home in Indi Ana safely but tired. The bal. Lyntine arrived in Green n. Y., and found Nice weather. The Englewood Republican club met monday night at 8 . At the Englewood savings and loan association rooms to elect a slate of new officers. Bea Jenkins was elected presi continued on Page 6 a tuft m a apr Lar by have the new Kodak instamatic cameras Kodak xn���wit40 cameras Bright new Day in the pleasure of picture taking with a Kodak instamatic camera you Load instantly automatically so its easier than Ever to take Good pictures. No threading no fumbling Kodalak film cartridges drop right in there Are four camera models All with built in Flash units and they All take color slides color snaps and Black and White pictures. Come in and choose the one that s right for you. Complete camera outfits from $15.95 bring this and and receive a 127 or 620 Black and White film without charge. Venice camera shop 323 Venice ave. Pm. 488-242 a american Furnace equipment american Furnace co. Custom designed american Furnace installation for Fop performance and smallest operating Cost. 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