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 Section A: Main: Sports
 Section A: Main continued
 Section A: Main: Opinion
 Section B: Business Matters
 Section A: Main: Obituaries
 Section B: Our Town
 Section B: Coffee Break
 Section B: Venice Venue
 Section B: Well-Being
 Section B: South News
 Section B: Religion
 Section B: Hobbies
 Section B: Green Sheet
 Section B continued
 Section B: Photo Album
 Real Estate/Classified
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Title: Venice gondolier sun.
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Title: Venice gondolier sun.
Uniform Title: Venice gondolier sun
Alternate Title: Venice gondolier
Gondolier
Physical Description: v. : ill. (some col.) ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Venice Gondolier Sun
Publisher: Venice Gondolier Sun,
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Publication Date: January 28, 2005
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers. -- Venice (Fla.)
Newspapers. -- Sarasota County (Fla.)
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Sarasota -- Venice
Coordinates: 27.098611 x -82.438889 ( Place of Publication )
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Table of Contents
    Section A: Main
        page A 1
        page A 2
        page A 3
    Section A: Main: Sports
        page A 4
        page A 5
    Section A: Main continued
        page A 6
        page A 7
        page A 8
    Section A: Main: Opinion
        page A 9
        page A 10
    Section B: Business Matters
        page B 11
    Section A: Main: Obituaries
        page A 12
    Section B: Our Town
        page B 1
    Section B: Coffee Break
        page B 2
    Section B: Venice Venue
        page B 3
    Section B: Well-Being
        page B 4
    Section B: South News
        page B 5
    Section B: Religion
        page B 6
        page B 7
    Section B: Hobbies
        page B 8
    Section B: Green Sheet
        page B 9
    Section B continued
        page B 10
        page B 11
        page B 12
        page B 13
    Section B: Photo Album
        page B 14
    Real Estate/Classified
        page 1
        page 2
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        page 4
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    Wheels
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Instead of helping cre-
ate a new foundation,
Jim Woods decides to
retire in order to care
for his ailing wife, who's
recovering from brain
surgery.

BY JJ. ANDREWS
NEWS EDITOR

A month ago, Karen Woods
went in for a basic surgical
procedure.
And then there was a fall
and complications that even-
tually led to brain surgery, the
need for a walker and a year-
long recovery.
Jimr Woods has decided it's
more important to take care
of his wife of
nearly 42
years rather
than create a
new medical
charity group.
His decision
to retire as
president of
the Hospital
Woods Foundation
means its $2.5
million of assets will be do-
nated to Manatee Com-
munirty College of Venice's
health sciences program.
"(Myo wife'sl weight is way
down, but the balance is get-
ting better," \\oods said.
her attitude is so positive.

she's always been. I'm a
blessed man. It's wonderful to
go home at night and kiss her.
When you see the possibility
of losing that person, you
realize how special she is to
you.... I want to take care of
her."
The $2.5 million creates an
endowment at IlCC Venice
that will fund one nursing fac-
ulty position and a faculty/lab
manager in health sciences
position. By making it an
endowment, Woods said,
funding for the two positions
will always be there.
Hospital board members
approved the decision Thurs-
da)y Little more than a month
ago, they planned to use the
$2.5 milUion to create a new
charity called Venice Area
-lealthcare Foundation.
Please see MCC, 6A

A reminder
TV Times, the only TV'
book in the Venice-area
market, is now part of the
Sunday edition of the
Ilenice Gondolier Suni. We
neglected to make that
clear last week, or to pro-
tide Saturday TV' listings
to make up for a one-day
gap in coverage. Now the
'TV Times runs from Sun-
day through Saturday.
We're sorry for the incon-
venience.


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Realtor works to rebuild village


BY JJ.ANDREWS
NEWS EDITOR


Beauty Studio Too co-
owner Badra Nanayakkara of
Venice watched with horror
Dec. 26 as reports of the mas-
sive tsunami were broadcast.
The idal wave destroyed
the town of Galle, where her
brother and his wife live.
Amazingly, none of Nana-
yakkara's extended family in
her native Sri Lanka were
among the more than 226,000
killed in the tsunami wave in
Asia. Her brother's town and


her paternal grandfather's
birthplace, Godagama, were
almost destroyed.
So far, the country of Sri
Lanka has the second-highest
death toll at 38,195. It took
Nanayakkara more than two
days to contact her brother,
and more than a week to track
down many other family
members and friends.
"It is very, very difficult be-
ing here," Nanayakkara said. "I
want to be there so badly to
help. The first week after the
tsunami, I felt helpless. I
became very, very depressed."


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Nanayakkara and her hus-
band, lim, began brainstorm-
ing about ways to help, and
then they .found out a basic
one-room home could be
built for $1.000. A permanent,
two-bedroom home could be
built for $2,500,
And then Nanayakkara
shared dlis information with


her Venetian Golf & River
Club neighbor, Fred Gibson,
during a New Year's Eve parry.
Within 48 hours the local
Realtor had a charity Web site,
fund-raising committee, links
to Gulf Coast Community
Foundation of Venice to han-
dle donations and a pair of
fund-raisers organized.
"I was astounded and
moved by his response,"
Nanayakkara said. "Homes
for Sri Lanka began with a
dream to rebuild my grandfa-

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Area residents


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unlicensed mover


BY GREG GILES
STAFF WRITER


SUN PHOTOS BI JEFF TAVARES
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Author Tim O'Brien
answered questions from
Venice High School stu-
dents after his speech to the
assembly on Thursday.
O'Brien is best known for his
fictional portrayals of the
Vietnam conflict.


The case of a retired Venice
couple is just one of about 50
complaints, mostly from se-
nior citizens, about a North
Port moving company, ac-
cording to Charlotte County
Sheriff's Office officials.
About half of the criminal
complaints filed against Todd
McGathey and his company,
Liberty Van Lines, have come
from the Venice-Englewood-
Laurel-Osprey area.
Otto Rosinski, 84. and his
wife, residents of Venice for 30
years, sold their house last
February. The Rosinskis paid
Liberty Van Lines $1,753 to
pack up all their belongings
and haul them to Nova Scotia.
The possessions were sup-
posed to ship in May, but it
wasn't until September that
McGathey told them the ship-
ment was stolen, said Ro-
sinski, who reported the loss
to Venice police. Rosinski has
not recovered the missing
items.
"I called and called, but he
kept putting me off with one
excuse after the other," he said.


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Office at (941) 639-2101.

Rosinski recalled NlcGath-
ey wore a big silver cross "to
make you think he was a good
Christian." He was very
smooth, he said.
The Rosinskis, who set a
conservative estimate on
their loss at $10,000, say they
lost 11 boxes of possessions
and furniture. Missing items
included: Rosinski's old ac-
cordion, silverware from his
mother dating back to 1865,
clothing, a china coffee set
made by world-renowned
Rosenthal of Germany, vases,
an antique dining room set
and a large four-piece shelv-
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"I will be OK," said Ro-
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Backpacks of hope



on the high seas


A 12-year-old sets out to change the world
by connecting children in need with adults
willing to donate supplies to an orphanage.


BY GREG GILES
STAFF WRITER


Charlotte Bliss, a Venice
seventh-grader attending
Pine View School, has a big
heart. She is out to change
the world for the better.
What started as a project
to help an Arcadia school hit
by the hurricanes snowballed
into a full-blown project for
the preteen after she came
across a cruise line message
board.
Her new project, called
Backpacks of Hope, is collect-
ing supplies for an orphanage
in Honduras.
Charlotte asked not to get
games or toys for Christmas
this year. Instead, she request-
ed that her parents turn in
years of unused purchase
points on their credit cards
for a cruise to Roatan.

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Now she's looking for help
from others by handing out a
flyer to people she thinks will
listen.
The flyer reads:
"Hi! My name is Charlotte
Bliss. I am not an organiza-
tion. I am a 12-year-old and
an honor student.
"I am going on a cruise in
March on the NCL Spirit!
"When learning about the
island of Roatan in Honduras,


I found out about an orphan-
age that is in need of many
things.
"So, I am taking an extra
backpack with me filled with
clothes, toiletries, sports
equipment and. school sup-
plies. My mom, dad and
brother are also each taking
a backpack filled with sup-
plies.
"I thought this was such a
great idea that I wanted to
share it with others. Can you
help?
"Thank you for taking the
time to read this and I hope it
touches your heart as it did
mine.
"PS. The director of the
orphanage makes sure that
the children get 100 percent.
of the donated items."
She has already collected
700 pencils and pens, 50
notebooks for school, lots of
clothes, flip-flops and 144
tooth brushes because ,of
some wonderful people in
her life, she said;
Eyeopener
The Bliss family visited
Roatan in 2002, before they
knew about the orphanage.
"It was a real eyeopener
for Charlotte," said her moth-
er, Mitzi. "We went to the
resorts. Then we went through
the surrounding neighbor-
hoods. There were homes
with no windows. No facilities.
Charlotte realized there really
is a Third World, even among
the resorts. When she found
out they started an outreach
program and an orphanage in
Roatan, shie wanted to help."`


"If we could get this going,
it would be a good way to get
stuff to people that need it,"
said Charlotte.
"Many places in the world
can not get the simple basics
they need due to poverty and
transportation problems. If
basic needs are met i.e.
clothes, toiletries, shoes it
might help a child survive and
keep a family together."
Cruisers
Charlotte scans cruise line
message boards with her
mother, asking if people going
on a cruise would be willing
to help orphans by taking an
extra suitcase full of school
supplies, hygiene articles, flip-
flops, over-the-counter medi-
cines and clothing.
The supplies are for needy
kids at Child Sponsorship
International orphanage, a
Christian, nondenomination-
al mission organization. Do-
nations are 100 percent tax
deductible, an added benefit,
she said.
If you send supplies by
mail,'explains one cruise mes-
sage board participant, the
orphanage has to pay huge
taxes on them. "Or you can
pay the taxes yourself for
them, but sometimes it equals
the value of the things you
send. It's best to get someone
else to take them. Since cruise
lines have no weight or bag
limitations, they are the per-
fect way to get products to
remote places."
Charlotte's family plans to
give the items to the orphan-
age in person in March, when
they take their own cruise to
Roatan.
"It will be a good trial run,"
said Mitzi. "This way we can
work out the kinks and de-
tails."'


Charlotte Bliss displays a bed full of school supplies and clothes donated by friends, relatives
and strangers. The 12-year-old, who transformed her bedroom into an English garden, is
organizing "Backpacks of Hope" to deliver supplies to needy children.


Businesses pitch in
Charlotte already has the
blessing of the cruise ship
that will take her family to
Roatan, and the help of
Venice Pines Travel and GM
World Travel by displaying
her flyers.
When she needed help
setting up a Web site, to the
rescue came Dean Cochran
of My Computer Coach in
Venice. He offered to help set
up a Web site with a bulletin
board to connect kids and
their sponsors with other
adults willing to partner for
her cause.
The Web site includes
rules to help other kids and
youth groups set up back-
packs and suitcases \iith
needed supplies to go all over
the United States. or the
world.
Rules cover things like
basic safety: NO kid-to-kid


contact is allowed; adults,
must sponsor youth who
become involved. Other rules
involve practical matters, like
packaging requirements (de-
pending on whether they
connect at the pier or dona-
tions are ferried through an
intermediary), labeling con-
tents inside and out, exclud-
ing items that require special
permits (like agricultural
products), etc.
The site teaches others
how to collect supplies, set up
meeting places with adults
representing the children,
and cruisers, and how to
deliver the goods to a destina-
tion (pier, campground, etc.i.
Participants will report back
their success or disappoint-
ments via the Web site.
Proud mom
"I've been inspired by
Charlotte and what she is


doing," said Mitzi, who ad-
mits that sometimes the
things her daughter talks'
about are over her head.
"Charlotte has mentioned
becoming a biochemical en-
gineer or maybe working in-
marine biology."
Charlotte already puts in a
full day of school. Regular(
classes at Pine View rwu from
9 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily. Then;
there are after-school activi-
Sties for extra credit.
"She loves school," said her
mother. "She always makes
me proud. She knows whar
she is doing. And she gets her'
siblings and friends involved,'
too.
"I love being a mom. We
have a great family. We are
very rich that way."

You can e-mail Greg Giles
at: ggiles@' 'e nicegoiidolier
ComI.


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ARB sheds a



little light on



window exception


The board granted an exception for
a Historic Venice District building
to allow more windows without having
to meet all other appearance guidelines.


BYJJ.ANDREWS
NEWS EDITOR


:Nancy Taylor just wants
to add a little more light to her
new business building on
Pedro Street by installing sev-
eral new windows.
Normally, this would force
her to redo the entire building
in a Northern Italian Renais-
sance design.
Instead, Architecture Re-
view Board members granted
the Mobile Home Depot ad-
ministration offices at 232
Pedro St. a waiver Thursday
- a rare event at ARB meet-
ings. The company can install
the new windows without
making the rest of the building
conform.
Chair Mary Horlick ex-
plained the decision as evalu-
ating each request on a case-
by-case basis. She does not
see Thursday's decision as
being similar to earlier rul-
ings in which the Venice Little
Theatre, a brick building on
Venice Avenue or KT's Comer
Deli were denied variances.
Horlick said this ARB panel
does not automatically force
complete renovation when
people upgrade or add win-
dows, even though the ordi-
nance technically requires it.
"It's unreasonable to expect
this kind of a very simple com-
mercial building to comply
with the requirements," ARB
member Peter Lizon said dur-
ing the meeting. "It could be
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Taylor was just happy to
get permission to install the
windows. Relocating the of-
fice had been delayed for
two months because the orig-
inal contractor gave poor
advice, bought windows that
were not compliant and
didn't even mention ARB
guidelines, Taylor said.
The company now has a
new contractor, but is not
able to pay for a complete
redesign. Its five employees
just want more light, Taylor
said.
"I don't think anyone wants
to live in the Sunshine State
and have to work in the dark,"
Taylor told ARB. "We're just
adding windows where there
are none."
When ARB said no
Back in September, VLT
representatives were denied
their request to put up a fake
stucco covering around the
roof of the old ABC Liquor
building. This is the theater's
storage building, and VLT
wanted to avoid the extensive
cost of design standards be-
cause it may demolish' the
building in five to 10 years.
So instead of real or even
fake stucco, the roof's wrap-
around that is visible from
Hatchett Creek Bridge re-
mains bare bars.
The ARB advice in August
for the owner of KT's Comer
Deli was to leave his building
alone or else trigger a major


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Friday
High 74, Low 55
More clouds and a
possible shower.

Saturday
High 75, Low 57
Some-clouds and a
possible shower.
Sunday
High 77, Low 58
Partly cloudy and
mild.
Monday
High 78, Low 59
Partly cloudy and
mild.


High Thursday 77
Low Thursday 56

Rainfall
Total this week 0.00
Total this year 00.36
Normal YTD 00.56
Rainfall totals are for a 24-hour
period ending at6 p.m.
Tuesday, Thursday and Friday
as recorded at the offidal
weather station in Venice.


Below
Nonnal
for
Jan.



Jan.
rain
0.36


Sunrise/set


Tonight's sunset
Tomorrow's sunrise
Moonrise/set
Moonrise
Moonset


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4A
FRIDAY
JAN. 28,2005


Bayshore

rallies past

Indians

STAFF REPORT

The Venice High boys var-
sity basketball team found an
athletic Bayshore team too
much Thursday night.
The host Bruins survived
a two point first quarter to
come back and defeat the
Indians, 52-45, in a non-dis-
trict contest.
It was Venice's seventh
straight road game. The
Indians fell to 10-9. Bayshore
is now 8-13.
Bayshore wiped out a 14-2
first quarter deficit with a
strong second quarter. The
Bruins canned three 3-point
goals to cut it to 25-21 by
halftime.
Bayshore's Martes Hopson
scored 13 of his 20 points in
the second half and added 10
rebounds and five blocks to
his night.
Venice suffered from poor
shooting both from the field
(16-for-53) and at the free
throw line (11-for-20).
"They came at us and took
the game from us," Venice
coach Tom McLaughlin said.
"They outhustled us in the
fourth quarter."
Bayshore led 35-34 after
three quarters and stretched
its lead.
Venice was led by forward
Steve Stasko, who had 14
points. Center Dexter Jackson
was ill and only scored four
points.
The Venice road warriors
will play at Port Charlotte
Friday night before returning
home Tuesday against Lake-
wood Ranch. Both are district
games.
" BAVSHORE (52) Adam Tabor 2
3-3 8, Dan Steele 0 0-0 0, Marc
Chasanoff0 0-0 0, Phil Garrett 0 0-1 0,
Latravis Washington 0 0-2 0, Martes
Hopson 7 6-11 20, Aubrey McKay 3 5-8
12, Enrique Gonzalez 1 0-0 2, Greg
Jenkins, Pat Calvary 3 1-2 8, Chris
Chawi 0 2-2 2, Terry Henry 0 0-0 0.
Totals: 16 7-29 52.
VENICE (45) Ariel Bonilla 3 1-4 8,
George Stritz 2 2-3 7, Jake Bier 0-0 0,
Dexter Jackson 2 0-44, Kyle Abney 1 0-
0 2, Kalen Lyons 2 0-0 4, Bill Mehserle 1
0-0 2, Ilya Vasileskiy 1 2-2 4, Steve
Stasko 4 6-7 14. Totals: 16 11-20 45.
Bayshore (8-13) 2 19 14 17-52
Venice (10-9) 14 11 9 11-45
3-point goals: Bayshore 3 (Tabor,
McKay, Calvary), Venice 2 (Bonilla,
Stritz). Total fouls: Bayshore 17, Venice
21.

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Orthopedic spanks ball
The Suncoast Orthopedic
Surgery softball team re-
main undefeated as it easily
defeated Venice Sports
Dream team by scores of 14-
2 and 16-2.
The Orthopedic offense
was sparked by the hitting of
Lou Giovanini, Al Gates and
Ron Anderson, who all had
five hits each. Rookie Johnnie
Mello had three triples.
The team played errorless
ball in upping their record to
8-0.
The leading hitters since
the season started are Gates
and player-manager Larry
Monroe. The next three
games in the Sarasota/
Manatee County Traveling
League will be played at the
Foxworthy Park in Venice
starting at 9:30 a.m.


CONTACT US
CLAUDE LEWIS
SPORTS EDITOR
(941) 207-1107
lewis@venicegondolier.com


Speedy Southeast too much for Lady Indians


BY CLAUDE LEWIS
SPORTS EDITOR

The Venice High girls var-
sity basketball team is stuck
between a rock and a hard
place. Or how about purga-
tory and heaven?
Whatever, the Lady Indi-
ans find themselves in a
unique, puzzling and frustrat-
ing position.
They are good enough to
beat most schools. In fact,
they are much better than
opponents in a majority of
their games.
Yet, when the Lady Indians
play a team that is ranked,
they look overmatched.
It happened again Thurs-
day night against Southeast
at the Teepee.
Southeast used its super-
ior quickness to run to a
69-53 non-district victory
over Venice.
Southeast, ranked 10th in
Class 6A, improved to 18-6.
Venice fell to 17-4.
Venice has now lost to
three ranked teams Clear-
water, Riverview and now
Southeast. Charlotte was the
other loss in an upset,


"We haven't beaten any-
body good and it makes me
sick to my stomach," Venice
head coach Joe DiGiacomo
said. "I thought we had a
chance against Southeast."
Venice hung around for a
quarter, but Southeast creat-
ed numerous steals in the
second quarter to lead 30-20
at the half.
Venice had tied the game
at 14 late in the first quarter
on a layup byVickie Mitchell.
Southeast then went on an
11-2 run to go up 28-16.
Guard Casey Baker spark-
ed the Seminole rally, as she
picked off several lazy Venice
passes. She scored six transi-
tion baskets herself.
Teammates Shatoyia Blue
and CourtneyAllen used their
quickness on the offensive
glass. Blue finished with a
game-high 21 points.
The quickness also denied
Venice from getting the ball
inside. The Lady Indians lead-
ing scorer this season Lisa
Hough only had four shots
on the night and finished with
three points --all from the
free throw line.
Point guard Natalie Gau-


dreau led Venice with 18
points.
DiGiacomo subbed out in
the fourth quarter and got
four points apiece from the
ever-hustling Marisa Cal-
laghan and Andrea Kran-
kowski.
The Venice junior varsity
improved its record to 15-0
with a 62-18 cakewalk over
Southeast. Three players had
eight points apiece for Bob
Galetka's team Ashley
Graf, Diana Mehserle and Jen
Olson.
The Venice teams play
host to Port Charlotte Friday
night. It is senior night for the
varsity.

SOUTHEAST (69)
Allen 4 2-2 10, Smith 0 1-4 1, King
5 0-0 13, Baker 10 0-0 20, Blue 7 7-12
21, Siplin 2 0-0 4. Totals: 28 10-18 69.
VENICE (53)
Mitchell 42-2 10, Dettmann 1 2-2
5, Hough 0 3-4 3, Gaudreau 6 5-5 18,
Cooke 2 0-0 6, Nostin 0 0-0 0,
Krankowski 2 0-0 4, Callaghan 1-4 4,
Enander 0 2-3 2, Lane 0 1-2 1,
Worthington 0 0-0 0. Totals: 16 16-22
53.
Southeast (18-6) 17 13 23 16-69
Venice (17-4) 14 6 17 16-53
3-point goals: King 3, Dettmann,
Cooke 2, Gaudreau, Callaghan.


SUN PHOTO BY JEFF TAVARES, jtavares@venicegondolier.com
Venice guard Natalie Gaudreau, right, grimaces as she tries to
gain control of the ball. Battling her is Southeast's Cherrelle
King.


Venice wrestlers sink Sarasota Sailors


BY GREG GILES
STAFF WRITER

Venice grapplers contin-
ued their powerhouse show-
ing Wednesday evening as
they outgunned Sarasota
High School 65-8.
.With the Sailors starting
five freshman and forfeiting
three weight classes, the out-
comewas never in doubt. But
the drubbing wasn't expected
to be so thorough.
"Our team wrestled great,"
said Venice head coach Dan
Kelly. "We are right where we
need to be. Our conditioning
is good. We're ready to peak
at the right time."
In a reversal of their usual
showing, Indians lightweights
stole the show early.
Three quick pins against
freshmen at 103, 112 and 119
pounds gave the Indians a.
kick start. 112 pounder Gabe
Rodriquez pinned his oppo-
nent in only 16 seconds.
It might be the quickest pin
this year, said Kelly. "Very few
kids with only two years expe-
rience get on varsity. Gabe
needed a win and that was
great for him. He's doing a
good job."
At 125 pounds, Venice's
Tyler Spann wrestled a close
match with Sailor Derek Hay-


SUN PHOTO BY JEFF TAVARES, jtavares@venicegondolier.com
Venice's Brett Nelson wraps up his opponent at 140 pounds with a near fall. Nelson went on to win by technical fall over
Sarasota's Terry Mahoney 21-5.


Late goal averts Lady

Indian upset bid


BY CLAUDE LEWIS
SPORTS EDITOR

The Venice High girls varsi-
ty soccer team could arguab-
ly be the best 7-14 team in
the state.
The Lady Indians have
played a competitive brand of
soccer, but come up just a bit
short on the scoreboard
when the ref toots his whist-
le three times.
It happened again Wed-
nesday night in the Class 5A

^^aissaa 9 n


District 11 Tournament semi-
finals at Lakewood Ranch
High.
The third-seeded Lady In-
dians played their hearts out
and nearly pulled off the
upset of second-seed Man-
atee, but the Her-icanes
scored two late goals to pull
out a 3-2 decision.
Manatee (15-2-2), which
defeated the Lady Indians
twice during the regular sea-

Please see GOAL, 5A


PHOTO COURTESY JOE FERRETTI
Venice High girls varsity soccer captains Kara Nickell, Jenna
Ferretti and Kara Ferretti take time out before a recent match
with referee Ed Johnson.


ward, pulling out a 7-4 victory
in the final 30 seconds.
'Venice went on to score a
technical fall at 140 pounds.
Randy Re pulled off a big
win at 160 pounds beating
more experienced Robbie
Ellis 8-3. "If Re could take him
to the end of the match," said
Kelly, "I knew he would have a
good chance to win. He just
tired his opponent out."
Indians continued their


heavyweight domination
with pins at at 171, 189, and
215 pounds.
Venice's undefeated wrest-
lers are Zach Gaudreau, 171
(24-0) and Jeremie Cook, 189
(28-0). Brett Nelson, 140, has
the team's third best individ-
ual record (27-1).
Sarasota's only victories
came at 135 and 152 pounds.
Alex Brown won at 135,
beating Keith Koziel 5-1. The


match was close, with Brown
pulling off a take down late
in the match to put it out of
reach.
Robert Lopez, 152, put on
a mini wrestling camp beat-
ing Venice's respectable
Ricky Heil with flawless tech-
nique. Lopez' record is 27-1.
Sarasota forfeited at 130,
145, and heavyweight.

Please see VENICE, 5A


VENICE HIGH


SCHOOL'S


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www.bogeys-venice.com


Athlete of the Week

Junior Jeremie Cook is chugging along with an unbeaten
record so far this wrestling season. He improved his
record to 22-0 on the season against Manatee
Wednesday. Cook, also a promising baseball player, is the
top-rated wrestler at 189 pounds in Class 2A.



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Vikings have



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BY CLAUDE LEWIS
SPORTS EDITOR

People hire a moving van
to haul big things around.
In a similar vein, the Venice
Vikings semi-pro football
team has its own moving
Vann.
This one goes by the first
name of Paul. Offensive tackle
Paul Vann goes about his
business of moving around
defensive linemen across the
ball from him on Saturday
nights.
Standing 6-feet, 3-inches,
and weighing 340 pounds,
Vann easily stands out on the
field. He is the Vikings biggest
player and one who fights
hard in the trenches.
"He has size and strength


and his ball get-off is extraor-
dinary," Viking coach Skip
Poole said. "He was an (South-
ern States Football League)
All Star last year and I expect
he'll be one again this year."
During his high school
days at Lemon Bay, Vann was
a 6-2, 280-pound tackle under
coach Mike Messina. Besides
being a standout on the grid-
iron, Vann was also a state
qualifier in wrestling for the
Manta Rays.
After graduating from high
school, Vann went to an
automotive/diesel school in
Arizona. He played in a semi-
pro league there.
Vann returned to Engle-
wood and became an assis-
tant wrestling coach for his
high school alma mater. He


works at Ingman Marine in
Placida.
While Vann is having a
blast playing for the Vikings
in the SSFL, his real goal is
landing a college scholarship
and getting a degree.
"I hope to get noticed
playing here," he said. "I'll
play anywhere. I would like to
get an education and become
a teacher."
"All the schools that missed
out on him is our fortune,"
Poole said.
For now, Vann enjoys play-
ing minor league ball and
being a part of the Vikings
organization.
"Our line is real solid," he
said. "We have a good team.
We could make some noise
in the playoffs."




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Vikings' Jones could



be lost for season


BY CLAUDE LEWIS
SPORTS EDITOR

The Venice Vikings received
some bad news this week.
Standout running back
Chauncey Jones may miss the
remainder of the season with
a torn calf muscle.
Jones suffered the injury
during last Saturday's South-
ern States Football League
season opener against the
Bradenton Gladiators.
Jones, a former Booker
High star who led the Vikings
in rushing last year, had scor-
ed two first-half touchdowns
against the Gladiators before
feeling pain in his calf. He
finished with 34 yards rushing
on seven carries.
"You can't replace a Chaun-
cey Jones," Venice coach Skip
Poole said. "We have several
good running backs. We'll go
with Tim Howard. He had
some nice runs against Brad-
enton."
Also injured in the Brad-
enton game was defensive
tackle Rick Shaw, who will
miss this Saturday's game at
St. Petersburg.
* *
The Vikings picked up
what could be a valuable ad-
dition this week with line-
backer Matt Gullick joining
the team. Gullick is a former
Venice High standout. Poole
said he will see action at
Sam. "He played for me," said
Poole, a former Pop Warner
and VHS junior varsity coach.
Another ex-Indian, Josh
Hoffman, is working out on


the line. He played for the
2000 VHS state championship
team.

When reviewing the sea-
son-opening loss to Braden-
ton, one sore spot kept com-
ing up special teams.
"It's one third of the game
and it killed us," Poole said.
"We've got, to get special
teams down. We'll be spend-
ing a lot of time of it in
practice."
There was a long kickoff
return, an onsides kick and a
mental mistake that saddled
the Vikings with poor field
position setting up the Gla-
diators go-ahead TD.
Poole though the defense
fought hard but could have
done a little better.
"We gave up a TD in every
quarter," he said. "Too much."
While Bradenton rates as
an expansion team in the
SSFL, the team is by no means
composed of greenhorns.
"They've been together,"
Poole said. "They were in
another league. They won the
AFL. The honestly believed
they would come here and
beat us 40-0. We gave them a
fight."

This Saturday's opponent
is four-time SSFL champion
St. Petersburg Sharks. The
Sharks opened their season
last Saturday with a 30-16
victory over the Cape Coral
Fear.
"They have a balanced
attack I'd say 50-50 run-
pass," Poole said. "They have


great lines. They play a 4-3 D
and multiple set 0. We have
our, work cut out for us. We
could change the world if
we beat them."
St. Pete won last year's
meeting, 47-7.
St. Pete plays its home
games at the 31st Street Com-
plex. Take 1-275 north over
the Skyway Bridge. Take the
54th Avenue South exit. After
exiting, make a right at the
light. Go three blocks and
make a left.
Game time is 7 p.m.

The Vikings have picked
up a sharp one in publicist
Kim Lee. She has helped the
team land new sponsors and
become more community
conscious with her work over
the past month.
The Vikings are looking for
game sponsors for upcoming
home games. Contact Lee at
270-1029 if you're interested.
The next home game at
Venice High's Powell-Davis
Stadium is Saturday night,
Feb. 5, against Cape Fear.

VENICEVIKINGS
2005 SCHEDULE
JAN. 22 BRADENTON G.L 21-27 OT
29 at St. Pete Sharks
FEB. 5 CAPE CORAL FEAR
12 DELRAY BEACH REAPERS
19 at Port St. Lucie Fire
26 at Cape Coral Fear
MARCH 5 ST. PETE SHARKS
12 POLK WAR EAGLES
19 at Miami Bulls
26 at Bradenton Gladiators
Home games in CAPS
Home games at Powell-Davis
Stadium


VENICE frompage4A


"What can I say," said
Sailor coach Ron Jones.
"They outwTestled us. Ven-
ice has a great team. They're
well coached and disci-
plined. I. like wrestling
against them. That's how
you get better."
"Our 215-pounder is pretty
good for a freshman," said
Jones. "I was disappointed
with the way he lost. Some
matches he wrestles with
brilliance, and some matches
he 'wrestles like a freshman.


He's beat quite a few seniors
this year."
I;,, was impressed with:
Robert Lopez. He weighed in
a 'pound over and he was
sick, so we moved him up a
weight class. What can you
say when a sick wrestler
moves up and still beats a
good wrestler like that?"
The Sailors team record is
6-7. Venice's record is 13-2.
Venice travels to Brandon
this weekend for the Ippolito
Tournament. Action starts on


Friday, 4 p.m. and Saturday at
10 a.m. Consolations begin at
6 p.m. with finals at 7 p.m.
The regular season finish-
es with a dual meet at
Countryside High School on
Feb. 2. Countryside edged
out Venice in the state tour-
nament last year taking sec-
ond while Venice placed
third.

You can e-mail Greg Giles
at: ggiles@venicegondolier.
com.


GOAL frompage4A


son by 5-0 scores, moves on
to Friday's tournament final
against top seed Lakewood
Ranch, a 2-0 victory over
Charlotte in Wednesday's
other semifinal.
Venice saw its season end
with the loss.
"We executed our game
plan really well," veteran
Venice coach Allen Pfundtner
said. "We just came up a little
short. We didn't get blown out
the second half of the season.
A corer kick got usagain."
Manatee got the match-
winning goal with just four
minutes remaining off a
comer kick. Lindsey Weaver


headed the ball past Venice
keeper Meghann Dunn, who
had played a whale of a
match.
Weaver scored all three of
Manatee's goals and upped
her season total to 14.
Manatee led 1-0 at the half,
but everything clicked for
Venice for a magical minute
in the second half.
Fifteen minutes in Mana-
tee keeper Emily King was
caught grabbing forward
Chelsea Rose inside the box.
That resulted in a penalty
kick for Venice. Accurate
sharpshooter Kristina Swan-
son converted, knotting the


score at 1-1. Just seconds
later, forward Kara Ferretti
broke in on the Manatee
from the right. She grounded
a shot to the left of King and
into the net to give the Lady
Indians a 2-1 lead.
Weaver tallied her second
goal of the match with 15
minutes to go, knotting the
score at 2-2.
With just three seniors, the
future looks bright for VHS
girls soccer.
Many of the girls will fur-
ther hone their talents play-
ing for the Venice Falcons
in upcoming Region Cup
action.


STAFF REPORT

The fact that this year's
fund-raising Home Run Derby
is not being held in Venice may
turn off some local diamond
fanatics, but event founders
and coordinators Tom Weath-
erholt and Ray Sinibaldi say
never fear, a strong Venice
presence is still here.
The third annual Home
Run Derby is slated for Satur-
day, Jan. 29, at Ed Smith Sta-
dium in Sarasota.
The first two Home Run
Derbies held at the Venice
High baseball diamond were
huge successes, but there
was one problem.
The folks living in the
bordering mobile home park
didn't exactly enjoy their an-
nual battering by batted balls.
Following last year's derby,
mobile home residents com-
plained to the school board,
which in turn informed VHS
baseball coach Craig Faulk-
ner that the derby could no
longer be held at 1 Indian Ave.
"The school board never
contacted those of us running
the event to see if alterations
could be made to help the
residents, which they could
have been," said Sinibaldi, a
longtime fixture on the Venice
youth baseball scene.
Faced with moving or can-
celing the event, derby offi-
cials chose to move it.
With the venue now Ed
Smith Stadium in Sarasota,
the event had to be broad-.
ened. It could no longer be a
Venice only type event for
obvious reasons.
"We never wanted this
event to leave Venice, but we
had no choice," Weatherholt
said. "We're moving forward
in a positive vain and in the
end more kids will benefit
from the effort which all the
people involved have put


forward."
Big Brothers/ Big Sisters of
the Sun Coast has come on
board to serve as host charity.
DQ Grill and Chill remains as
the title sponsor.
Big Brothers/ Big Sisters is
in it for the long haul. The
partnership allows amateur
baseball programs and Big
Brothers/Big Sisters to ben-
efit.
The Venice Diamond
Boosters are still one of the
beneficiaries.
This year's derby is broken
down into three categories.
There will be one for Little
League-players at the Cal
Ripken Complex across the
street from the Ed Smith
Complex. It will take place
froni 9 a. m.-noon.
The high school portion of
the event will unfold from
12:30-2:30 p.m. at the main
stadium.
Then there will be the
celebrity portion that includes
ex-Major Leaguers and cur-
rent pros. They will hit from
3:30-5:30 p.m.
The following will partici-
pate:
Jon Knott ... Venice High
grad ... Mississippi State grad
... Played last year for the
Portland Beavers (AAA affiliate
for the San Diego Padres)
where he led the team in
home runs, RBIs and slugging
percentage ... He was with
the Padres in May and June
last season.
Jack Voigt ... Venice High
grad ... Drafted by the Balti-
more Orioles out of LSU ...
Played for the Orioles, Texas
Rangers, Oakland As and the
Milwaukee Brewer ... Just
signed with the Washington
Nationals as a major league
coach.
Adam Pavkovich ... Venice
High grad ... Drafted by the
Anaheim Angels out of the


University of Alabama ...
Played last year with the
Rancho Cucamongas in the
California League.
Jose Velez ... Venice High
hitting instructor and current
two-time defending champ
in this event ... Played in the
organizations of the Texas
Rangers and Anaheim Angels.
George Foster ... Former
member of the San Francisco
Giants, ,Cincinnati Reds, New
York Mets and Chicago White
Sox ... Left fielder on the "Big
Red Machine" of the 1970s, he
became only the 11th player
in baseball history to crack
the 50 homer mark when he
hit 52 home runs in 1977 ...
He has 348 career home runs.
Groeg ,Blosser ... Former
Sarasota Sailor who was part
of two state championship
teams in 1987 and 1989 ... He
was drafted in the first round
by the Boston Red Sox in 1989
and he played for the Red
Sox in 1993 and 94.
Rich Carroll ...Venice High
grad ... Former Florida 5A
Player of the Year... A 1999
seventh round draft pick of
the Boston Red Sox, he played
in the minor leagues in the
Texas Ranger system.
John Ford Griffin ... Former
Sarasota Sailor.... Was the
N.Y. Yankees first round draft
pick out of Florida State Uni-
versity in 2001 ... Last year he
led the New Hampshire Ra-
vens (Toronto Blue Jays AA
affiliate) with 22 home runs.
and 81 RBIs.
The public can buy a ball
voucher for $20. If your ball is
hit over the fence, you will be
entered into a drawing for
$1,000. Other prizes will be
awarded depending where
the balls are hit. This event
promises a day of food, fun
and prizes for the family.
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tickets and information.


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MCC from page 1A
The sale ofVenice Hospital
from Bon Secours to Health
Management Associates forc-
ed all of the changes because
HMA is a for-profit company,
unlike Bon Secours. The
Hospital Foundation had to
return its decade-old seed
money valued today at $18
million to Gulf Coast Com-
munity Foundation ofVenice,


and had $2.5 million left to
begin the new healthcare
charity.
Answering the need
Even though personal
tragedy led to the MCC
endowment, Woods believes
this will benefit Venice even
more in the long term.
Starting a charity organiza-
tion with only $2.5 million
was going to be difficult.


One of the biggest prob-
lems at MCC is having
enough teachers to train
nurses, and that will be the
legacy of Hospital
Foundation.
"It was going to be an
uphill battle with that, and we
all knew that," Woods said.
"With this legacy, this will
feed the needs of our health
community for years and
years to come, long after I'm


gone."
Woods was the campus
executive officer for MCC
Venice before leaving more
than a year ago to take over
the Hospital Foundation. In
his four years at MCC, one of
his proudest achievements
was expanding and improv-
ing the nursing program
there.
Other hospital board
members asked about MCC


MOVER from page 1A


hurricanes, they have lost
everything. I only lose
$10,000. My life, I will go on."
Early reports
Last November, a Punta
Gorda woman was allegedly
scammed out of a sizable
deposit after a moving com-
pany convinced her she
would get a better deal if she
put down more money, ac-
cording to investigators.
The 34-year-old victim
contacted LibertyVan Lines at
4685 LaFrance Ave., North
Port, in October to get an esti-
mate to move her belongings
to New York On Oct. 15, the
owner of Liberty Van Lines
allegedly quoted the victim a
.price of $7,300 to move her
belongings, according to a
Charlotte County sheriff's


REBUILD from page 1A
their's ancestral village, which
was destroyed by the tsuna-
mi. With Fred and Joey Gib-
son at the helm, the dream is
fast becoming a reality. One
hundred families will have
better lives because of the
generosity of a caring com-
munity."
Building homes
Gibson has already set his
sights even higher, wanting to
build 200 homes in Goda-
gama. The local government
has donated two parcels of
land large enough to handle
the construction, he said.
For now, the goal is tobuild
100 homes, a community
center, a playground and a
library.
Homes will be 500 square
feet with two bedrooms, a liv-
ing room, a verandah, a
kitchen and toilet. Con-
struction is scheduled to
begin Feb. 5 and conclude
April 1, according to the
schedule.
Being able to help a neigh-
bor and others is satisfying to,
Gibson. So often with cata-
strophes, people are uncer-
tain how they can help and do
not get to see what their do-
nations are doing.
This Venice-based effort is
building homes, and anyone
who donates will get to see
photos and updates as the
work is done.
"This is something that we
know we are doing, where
we're doing it and when we're
doing it," Gibson said, adding
they have a goal of raising at
least $305,000.
Local effort
Venice driveshave brought
in $25,000 so far. The Venice
Lions Club donated $2,000
Wednesday, Gibson said.
A pair of fund-raisers is
planned Feb. 4 and 5. Ve-
netian Golf & River Club will
host a golf event Feb. 4, cost-
ing $125 per entry, and a din-
ner-dance and silent auction
Feb. 5 at the clubhouse for $75
per person.
More information on both
events is available online at
homesforsrilanka.com.
Awarding of homes will be
based on a lottery system
without preference to race,
creed, religion or political
affiliations. There also will be
five years of continuing assis-
tance and support as part of
this program,
The charity administering
the effort in Godagama is the
College of General Practition-
ers of Sri Lanka, established in
1974.
Nanayakkara cannot be-
lieve the reaction from her
neighbors and Venice friends.
"The response was over-
whelming," Nanayakkara said.
"It is the support of these
friends and their expressioris
of sympathy and caring that
helped us get through those
terrible days."


HOW DO I CHOOSE A MOVER I CAN TRUST?
Below are tips for finding a reputable, licensed mover.
Call your local regulatory agency to verify the license.
Make sure your local regulatory body licenses the mover you are considering and that his certificate
number is legitimate.
Check your local Better Business Bureau for complaints.
A reputable mover might have a few complaints lodged against him, but his record with the Better
Business Bureau should show that he responds to and resolves them.
Make sure the mover's place of business really exists.
Paying a visit can usually tell you something about the mover's integrity and professionalism. You can
confirm that his operation is there and appears clean, organized and properly staffed.


From the Web site: aaamove.com


report. At the time the victim
signed a contract with the
owner, she gave him a $3,900
deposit because he suggested
the more she gave, the better
her deal would be, she said.
When the victim tried to
contact Liberty Van Lines she
found out the phone was dis-
connected. She then tried to
contact the owner at his
home. The owner called the
victim and said he needed the
balance of the money before
he could move her belong-
ings, or she would have to
renther own trucks because
he had just filed for bankrupt-
cy ard had no money, ac-
cording to the report.
In mid-December the


Charlotte County Sheriffs Of-
fice reported a Thorman Road
man reported giving Liberty
Van Lines $600 to help with his
move to Ocala, Fla., but the
moving company never
showed, a Charlotte County
Sheriff's Office report states.
According to the report,
the victim said Liberty's rep-
resentative told him, "I can
give you a better price if you
pay in cash."
The movers failed to show,
on the day scheduled. The
man tried calling the compa-
ny, but both lines were dis-
connected.
Arrest made
Todd McGathey was ar-


rested on Jan. 13 and released
on bail Jan. 14. He has a court
date set for Feb. 28.
"We have about 50 com-
plaints filed," said Detective
Bruce Ogden, "either for
grand theft or because of his
business practices."
McGathey does not have
an occupational license
from Charlotte County, at
least dating back to 1997,
and hasn't had federal or
interstate ard intrastate
transportation licenses
since October 2004, said
Ogden.
"Right now we are working
third-degree felonies," said
Ogden. Additional charges
could be forthcoming.


Venice's nursing program
once they found out Woods
was going to retire. They
asked him to facilitate and
investigate creating an
endowment
there.

"Supporting
nursing edu-
cation in
South County
is one of the
best ways to
ensure our
patients will Pappas
benefit from
use of the funds," said Mike
Guley, CEO of Bon Secours
Venice Healthcare.
MCC President Dr. Sarah
H. Pappas said the college will
be able to get matching funds
from the state of Florida,.
swelling the endowment to
more than $4 million.
The requirement of no
more than one teacher per 12
nursing students keeps MCC
Venice from being able to
keep up with teaching de-
mands, Pappas said, and hir-
ing more faculty is the only


option.
This endowment will take
care of that.
Endowing faculty posi-
tions at the college means
that earnings
from the fund
will be used to
pay the salary
and expenses
related to fac-
ulty positions
in the nursing
program.
Using only
Guley the earnings
on the money
assures the funds will contin-
ue into perpetuity.
"Expanding the tradition
of our topflight health science
programs will produce more
trained professionals to help
ease our region's critical nurs-
ing shortage," Pappas said.
"This generous donation
from Bon Secours Health-Sys-
tem will enable MCC Venice
to. answer the need."

You can e-mail.J.
Andrews at:jandrews
@venicegondolier.com.


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? NORTH PORT. Home built by Holidays Builders, on a nice comer lot in a courts.& beachside pool. $615,000. Jackie Kennedy, 485-5421 or 266-4074. GarryJenkins,485-5421.#440241
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Venice Gondolier Sun




OPINION


PUBLISHER
ROBERT A. VEDDER
PHONE: (941) 207-1010
FAX: (941) 484-8460
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FRIDAY
JAN. 28,2005


OUR VIEW



Legislation would offer protection in mold clean-up


I f you have a horror story to tell about
mold and companies who guarantee
eradification of it, take heart that one
Florida legislator is feeling your pain.
Rep. Carl J. Domino, R-West Palm Beach,
has filed a bill that would require licensure,
certification and training for all mold profes-
sionals doing business in the state. House Bill
117 is waiting for committee references from
the House speaker's office to be considered in
the upcoming legislative session.
In the wake of four major hurricanes that
struck Florida in 2004, more and more com-
plaints are being heard from those whose


homes suffered mold caused by dampness
when roofs either were destroyed or leaked.
Some of those stories are being related locally,
with homeowners claiming that some treat-
ments for mold left their homes in worse shape
than before. According to residents, treatment
to their homes severely damaged infrastruc-
ture in at least two cases presenting them
with a possible total loss of their homes.
Domino's bill may come too late to help
most, but the idea behind it is a good one.
The legislator gives credit to a coalition of
mold professionals and advocate groups for
his bill. Those groups, and constituents who


lobbied for the bill, are concerned that too
many fly-by-night companies are taking
advantage of the tremendous impact of the
hurricanes to make quick money.
Right now, anyone can call himself a mold re-
mediator and go into business -whether he has
had any training in killing mold orhowto protect a
home or its occupants during and after treatment.
According to Domino, the industry is will-
ing to pay for the regulatory program to help
the public. There will be no general revenue
or fiscal impact on the state.
Guidelines for the bill were drawn up from
American Indoor Air Quality Association


standards. The bill proposes allowing private
entities to offer certification and training
requirements called for in the bill.
Are there pitfalls? Yes. Obviously how qual-
ified a person is after being certified depends
on the degree of training and the honesty of
the organization that oversees the program.
Still, 23 other states require professional
mold remediators to be licensed and Florida
should be no exception. Passage of the bill
would be a good step toward protecting con-
sumers and ending the depressing stories of
those affected by hurricanes being made vic-
tims a second time.


The best way to handle

life: knowledge, not fear


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LORRAINE COCCARO
COLUMNIST,

Pam Stenzel was invited to
Sarasota a couple weeks ago.
She is the abstinence advo-
cate who lectures across the
country and whose video
"Time to Wait for Sex" is used
in the Sarasota County school
system.
By coincidence, the week-
end before I borrowed that
tape from Venice High School
so that I could see it for
myself.
Fear is the theme. If absti-
nence is not practiced, Sten-
zel repeats over and over to
her high school audience,
"You will pay" Pregnancy is
not the worry; your child can
be adopted, the students are
told. Your worry is sexually
transmitted disease, and ab-
stinence is the only preven-
tion.
Fear -is heightened when
Stenzel tells the students they
cannot even be sure of the
person they might marry
since it takes three years to
know if a sexual partner is
safe. This isn't accurate. There
is a three-month window in
testing for HIV The test is
given, three months must
pass during which there is
only safe sex and the test is
given again.
The students were told that
a woman could become ster-
ile or die if she uses a birth
control pill. Again, not accu-
rate.
Stenzel is correct in saying
that there is a lot of STD out
there and that there is no cure
for some STDs. It is vital for
our youth to know that HIV as
well as any sexual disease
caused by a virus is incurable.
That finality is frightening.
But will that fear promote
abstinence two or three years
later? Probably not.
What must be established
is "trust and respect, the pow-
er to make good choices and
therefore the belief in the stu-
dents that they will make
those good choices," explain-
ed Marilyn Anderson, direc-
tor of education at Planned
Parenthood.
I agree. Building that trust
and respect takes more than a
film that frightens. And
though a school course can
help, life and sex education is
much more complicated and
multiple sources of informa-
tion are necessary so that the
students can interact as they
learn the language of refusal
and critical thinking based on
their family values. One of


those sources is a parent,
another could be Planned
Parenthood.
The 56 brochures I have
from Planned Parenthood
cover a wide variety of topics:
"Self Esteem," "Incredible
Stress Facts," "Date Rape -
Teens Talk with Teens," "Pu-
berty Facts," "A Young Man's
(Woman's) Guide to Sex-
uality," "You're Not Ready to
have Sex If... ," "The ABCs of
STDs," and my favorite, "101
Ways to Make Love Without
Doin' It," which was written
by Iowa high school students.
The brochure 'A Teen's
Guide to Sex and Birth Con-
trol" is right up front with a
bold-faced statement, "No Sex
is the Best Birth Control." I
found nothing encouraging
abortion. Education, so that
abortion is never needed, is the
goal of Planned Parenthood.
There are also 25 pages of
material that help parents
talk to their children and
guide their sexual education
at different age levels.
A telephone call to Plan-
ned Parenthood (955-1860,
Ext. 19) will bring packets of
information on whatever top-
ic a parent may need. Grand-
parents often pick up packets
of information when they go
to visit family up North.
Planned Parenthood of
Southwest and Central Flor-
ida is offering free parenting
workshops. On Feb. 2 at 7
p.m., at the Unitaridn Univer-
salist Congregation of Venice,
1971 Pinebrook Road, Venice,
the SOURCE Teen Theatre
will be presenting "The
Angels Must Be Smiling," a
heartwarming story that
breaks down myths and mis-
conceptions about AIDS.
This play was written espe-
cially for sixth- and seventh-
grade students. After the per-
formance, parents and teens
are invited to discuss issues
raised during the play and
brainstorm solutions for bet-
ter parent-teen communica-
tion.
On Feb. 9 at 7 p.m., parents
are invited to a workshop to
discuss how to talk to their
children about sexuality and
other sensitive issues.
Marilyn Anderson explain-
ed, "Sexualityis a basic part of
who we are and affects how
we feel about ourselves and
all our relationships with oth-
ers. Therefore, parents have a
unique opportunity to lay a
healthy foundation for sexual
health and self esteem by giv-
ing children positive respons-
es to their questions.
This workshop will help
participants develop a knowl-
edgeable and positive ap-
proach to children's sexual
learning."
Admission is free. To re-
serve, call 955-1860, Ext. 0.
Lorraine Coccaro writes' a
regular column for this page.
She can be e-mailed at: lor-
raine@coccaro.com.


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City saves by paying employee insurance premiums


Editor:
The lead article in the Jan. 21 Gondolier Sun covers the
ongoing negotiations between Venice and its police union. A
key sticking point seems to be a demand by the city that
employees contribute toward their health insurance.
On that same general topic, a comment in Let'em Have It
points out paying $40 for health insurance seems a pittance to
the caller, who pays $600 a month. o ,
The money the employee uses to pay the $40 per month to
help defray the cost of health insurance also comes from the
employer. The city must pay at least 30.6 percent more, or
$55.24, because those $40 are subject to Social Security totaling
15.6 percent and a minimum of 15 percent in federal income
tax. If the city pays for the whole health insurance premium
directly, neither tax applies, so the city and its taxpayers only
have to provide the $40, not $52.24 or more (if the federal
income tax rate is higher).
We all recognize there is some moral or educational or per-
suasive value in having employees "participate" in the cost of
their health insurance, but I don't think it should cost more
than 30 percent of the "lesson." There certainly must be anoth-
er way to accomplish that goal without wasting taxpayer
money.
J. Michael Murray
Nokomis


Columnist has
him seeing red
Editor:
Your columnist, Lorraine
Coccaro, carries class warfare
to an extreme. She can't stand
a conservative, and dislikes
anyone who has made a good
living, invested and still has it.
She had a fit when the presi-
dent got his tax cuts.
Since the source of her in-
formation seems to come
mainly from the net, she
should surely be aware of the
fact that some 50 percent of
Americans pay no federal
income tax. Her recent state-
ment that the corporate tax
rate is now 10 percent is an
outright lie.
Where in the world did you
recruit this woman, The


Communist DailyWorker?
Roger Dean Fraley
Venice
Judging is easy
when it's not yours
Editor:
In regard to the correspon-
dence on abortion, so many
would harbor anger, disre-
spect or other emotions for
those who face this decision.
Could anyone compre-
hend such a decision to abort
any existence? In doing so,
one just might have to be
instilled with the capacity to
comprehend what this child
might be exposed to when
brought forth. So many are
not treated with welcoming
arms, endearing fondness or
warming smiles.


Indeed, abortion is more
than a monumental decision.
The ideal situation for all is
considered and the worst
known. Yet, the after-effects
may not be fully realized, and
how far-reaching is difficult to
fathom.
Would I condemn such
actions? No, I cannot. Could I
console? I would pray so.
Would others judge? Yeah, I
heartfully know so.
Perhaps those that pro-
pose no abortion have never
been exposed to physical and
personnel needs, with spiri-
tual rest unattainable. I would
not wish or will it upon any-
one, yet it occurs. Keep judg-
ing, for it is easy to do so.
Adamson Winn-Gate
Venice
Bring back the troops
Editor:
I was a SAC "Cold War"
bomber pilot at MacDill for
five years, and a USAF reserve
for 20 years. As an engineer in
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, when
Saddam Hussein invaded Ku-
wait, I was very aware how lit-
tle a threat he was to us when
President Bush concocted his
Iraq history, to match his
Texas "Go to war" policy. It is
as bogus as the Florida stop-
minority-felons-from-voting
campaign invented by our
Gov. Bush and Katherine Har-
ris in 2000.
A real travesty of American
history. The Swiftboat Vets
were a dirty trick, just like
President Nixon used so well
in the past.
Sign us up as two more
Florida vets for the return our
troops cause.


Frank and Nedra Szachta
Sarasota
Restroom discovery
right on target
Editor:
I went to a restaurant the
other night. Went "to the
restroom and on my way out
noticed a huge bidet. My
stunned mind noted two
things at once: not a bidet,
but a urinal. Realized it wasn't
in the wrong place, I was.
The tricky wording of "She
Shells" on the door fooled my
eye.
The main finding of this
episode showed me a very
important bit of knowledge I
never realized before. No pee
on the seat or on the floor. Oh,
what a handy gadget.
Doris Hoffman
Venice
Cyclist wonders
where the love is
Editor
What an ugly column by
Tommy McIntyre (Jan. 15).
He has selected a few unfor-
tunate and rare examples of
cyclists who display rage with
a vulgar gesture.
I have found cycling to be a
wonderful and unique form
of exercise and socialization. I
ride almost every day on the
island and with a group on
weekends.
The problem is not only
that some riders do not follow
the responsibilities of a road
vehicle, but also many drivers
do not respect cyclists' rights
as a road vehicle, either.

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The growth cat is out of the bag


Tide's in. Our paradise is intoxicating, especially to those
who do not need to make a decent wage. We who are here now
probably know deep down that maintaining the small-town
feel of this area is a fantasy. Our officials, if they choose to listen
to their constituents, can limit growth by insisting on low-den-
sity housing and reserving open spaces, but they cannot hold
back the tide. We already ration our water and it will get worse.
Our need for water continues to grow. Our hurricane season
deluge runs off the land and is gone before the dry times. It
seems appropriate for our government to learn the word
"reservoir."


Back off. I would like to
know why you cannot leave
the industrial area alone.
Every city needs to have auto
repair shops and other busi-
nesses. I am sick and tired of
hearing the same things over
and over.
Too pricey. This is to en-
lighten the people who are
talking about the palm trees.
Nobody is complaining about
how beautiful the trees are,
but complaining about how
much they cost. What is
wrong with buying trees
grown in Florida, which
would be much cheaper?
Then they could take care of
the roads, make them wider
and take care of the conges-
tion around here.
Get a search firm. I want to
comment on the current situ-
ation with the city of Venice
and the job postings for the
finance director position. I
don't think the scoring was
done fairly. An independent
headhunter firm needs to
come in and do the search.
Who helps us? I am calling
with regard to the money this
country is sending to the
tsunami victims. No doubt
every penny is needed. Are
other countries sending the
same amount? Are they being
criticized? It is amazing that
the United States has this
amount of money to go else-
where when we receive Social
Security checks that are so
minimal we cannot live off
them. Our medication costs
and health insurance are out
of .control. We should help
and we are sending millions.
Afiresent we have a disaster
in California, and the state of
Florida was declared a state of
disaster. Did any countries
send any aid? Why does the
United States have to be the
world's policeman and foot
the bill for every problem in
the world? Couldn't our gov-
ernment take care of prob-
lems at home and send what


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they can? Just some thoughts
to ponder.
Entropy. This is to the per-
son who complained about
the bridge failing in South
Venice. Get a life and stop
complaining. Everything
breaks down, even machinery.
Certified. I would like to
add my comments on the let-
ter on "Marriage for the lover
and beloved." How about my
dog? I love my dog and he
loves me. Maybe we should
apply for a marriage license.
Doesn't it get ludicrous when
human beings define mar-
riage? Why don't we leave the
definition of marriage to a
higher authority? There is no
higher authority than God
himself. First, he created man,
Adam. Then within Adam
came the woman. So now we
have a male and female who
are joined togetherto become
one flesh. That is marriage.
Homosexuals are not in a
marriage relationship as
defined by God. What homo-
sexuals are seeking to legit-
imize is sodomy. Those who
wish to live this kind of
lifestyle should be issued a
"sodomy certificate," not a
marriage license.
Ticket them. When 1-75 is
shut down, as it often is, and
rude people block the inter-
sections on U.S. 41, the police


need to be out there giving
tickets. That revenue might be
enough to pay for their bene-
fits.
Light them up. When are
the lights coming on in the
South Beach parking lot? We
have been groping around
down here in the dark since
May. The turtles are gone and
half grown already, so let's
turn on the lights.
Moaning. If is not the traffic
congestion, it is the palm
trees or the long lines at
restaurants. There is a lot of
moaning going on in par-
adise.
Germs. This is to the moth-
er who was concerned about
restaurants and stores with no
changing tables. Come on,
mom, lots of germs. My chil-
dren were young once, but I
used to change them on my
lap. I would never think of us-
ing a changing table that was
not sanitized. Sorry, mom.
Need to know. With the I-
75 fiasco and the gridlock in
Venice, what radio station or
what TV station can people
turn to to learn about the
gridlock before they start out?
Let us know what we can turn
to when this gridlock is taking
place. The latest one was due
to a fire that started at 4:15
p.m. We need to know.
A baby. This is in response
to the letter titled "Typical
men." Abortion kills babies.
Females not only know it is
their bodies, they also know it
is their baby in their bodies.
Carted away. Drivers on
Edmondson Road, be careful.
Do not stop for the golf carts
crossing the road. You can be
ticketed for obstructing traf-
fic. This has happened twice
recently.


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Public invited to forum on race relations


C.J. FISHMAN
GUEST COLUMNIST


Sarasota County has seen
many changes in recent years
- new condos, bridges, gro-
cery stores and, of course,
new residents. That type of
growth can often mean a
change in a community's
demographics.
According to the U.S.
Census, between 1990 and
2000 the Hispanic population
in our county increased by
143 percent, the Asian popu-
lation by 91 percent and the
African-American population
by 15 percent. Clearly, much
like everywhere else in the
country, conversations about
race relations and their affect
on a community's well-being
are critical.
As a member of the SCOPE
Study Group on Race and
Cultural Relations, I am proud
to say that Sarasota County
has taken an active step to
engage new people in conver-
sations about race relations in
our community.
In that spirit of collabora-
tion, several organizations
have joined efforts to bring
national author and expert
Dr. Deborah Plummer to the
Suncoast for a community
conversation about race.
Author of "Racing Across
the Lines: Changing Race
Relations through Friend-
ship," Plummer's focus on
friendship as a tool to address
race and. cultural relations is
refreshing.
'Racing Across the Lines'
is about America's friendship
and socializing patterns dis-
cussed through the lens of
race. In exploring patterns of
cross-racialt socializing and
friendships for this book, I
discovered that friendship is
the gatekeeper for healthy
race relations in America,"
Plummer said. "Like most
Americans, Sarasota County
residents are in a quagmire


LI I I RS frompage9A


My wife and I have been
struck by a driver in Venice
who did not respect our right
of way. I regularly encounter
drivers who drive aggressively
or honk in admonition for
merely being on the road.
The difference is that cy-
clists have their life directly on
the line while drivers for the
most part do not. It is no won-
der that cyclists feel vulnera-


ble and alone against the
world. Please give us riders
some room on the road if you
pass and don't honk.
Where is the love and
warmth that we have found
so typical of Venice people?
Share the road and get out on
your bike!
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Venice Sports Hall of Fame Nomination Form
The Venice Sports Hall of Fame will be an annual event where
athletes, coaches, teams and supporters'of Venice Athletics are
recognized. Those chosen will be memorialized on a "Wall of
Fame: at Bogey's Restaurant. All net proceeds will benefit the
Rotary Futures Program at Venice High School. Deadline for
nominations is January 31, 2005.

The criteria for nominees is as follows:
Must be at least 25 years of age
Must have a Venice community connection with
contributions to Venice athletics
Must be in good moral character

Nomination Form

Name: Phone:

Address: Email:

High School Attended: High School Class of:

College Attended: College Class of:



Category (check all that apply):
'Athlete
Coach
Community Athletic Involvement
Career Highlights (please feel free to attach additional sheets)


1). What sports activity (ies) would place him/her into the Hall of Fame:


2). Time/Date and Place of accomplishments &/or involvement:


3). Comments about nominees character &/or life accomplishments and
contributions to the Venice community:


Your Information
Name: Phone:
Address: Email:

(Nomination forms will be accepted at the Venice Gondolier Sun and at Bogey's Restaurant.)


about what to do about race
relations. SCOPE and other
organizations have jumped
into the boggy area of race
talk and found out that the
land, surprisingly, does not
give way underfoot. In fact,
what emerges are insights
that serve to support the cre-
ation of an inclusive commu-
nity in Sarasota."
As the SCOPE Race and
Cultural Relations Study pro-
gresses, volunteers are recog-
nizing that the relationships
of people in a community
and their personal connec-
tion to the issue are as impor-
tant as traditional studies of
needs assessment or service
provision. Without that foun-
dation of connection and
relationships, any problem-
solving is likely to be hampered
and limited in its chances for
meaningful change.
Perhaps Plummer put it
best when she said, "Despite
the fact that I have conducted
literally hundreds of training
sessions on managing diversi-
ty for organizations, I do not


believe that race relations in
the United States will progress
until what we do after five
o'clock and on the weekends
includes a bit of diversity."
Pointers for how to talk
about race without a demoral-
izing debatewill be the focus of
the upcoming forum brought
to you by Smith-Soeder En-
terprises Inc., SCOPE, The
Community Foundation of
Sarasota County, Embracing
Our Differences, Flanzer Jew-
ish Community Center, Nuevo
Advertising, RBC Centura
Bank and Sarasota Coffee and
Tea.
Please join us for "Changing
Race Relations Through
Friendship" on Feb. 1, at 7
p.m., at the Flanzer Jewish
Community Center, 582 Mc-
Intosh Road, Sarasota. The
event is free and open to the
public. Call (941) 365-8751 for
more information. RSVP is
preferred, but not necessary.

C.J.Fishman isa SCOPE
Race and Cultural Relations
Study Group volunteer.


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CONTACT US
JJ. ANDREWS
NEWS EDITOR
(941) 207-1103
jandrews@venicegondolier.com


Banks announce


expansions


ROGER BUTTON
BUSINESS

Is there a lot of money in
Venice? Banking leaders seem
to see it that way.
Peoples Community Bank
and Washington Mutual are
planning to open offices off
the island on the fast expand-
ing U.S. 41 Bypass Tamiami
Trail corridor, while AmSouth
is coming to the island soon.
Riverside Bank's new
branch at East Venice Avenue
by Tamiami Trail is nearing
completion. Trustco has op-
ened in Osprey and will soon
be joined by First Bank of
America.
Island bank starts
expansion program
The Bank of Venice has
begun a five-year expansion
program said Mack Wilcox,
executive vice president.
The lease has been com-
pleted for the first of their new
offices, appropriately on the
gateway to the city at 1790 E.
Venice Ave. at Thscany Com-
mons on Auburn Road. The:
opening is scheduled inNo-
vember with four staff in the
3,500-square-foot building
with three drive-through
lanes. "For our customers'
convenience we must put
additional branches :else-
where, so we have initiated
this long term expansion pro-
gir&aY f6r' TiCnfletet- c-ieag-'
of the city as it grows," Wilcox
said: The new building is up..
for planning commissioner
approval Tuesday.
Century Bank
looking at Nokomis
John P. O'Neill, Century
Bank president, commented
the opening of their Venice
office at 1617 U.S. 41 Bypass.
He said the opening, which
took place 18 months ago,.
had been very successful with
more than $30 million in
deposits. They are now talking
with Realtors as they plan to
open another branch in
Nokomis or Osprey.
Signing up Fifth Third
First National Banks on
East Venice Avenue, South
Tamiami Trail and Jacaranda
Boulevard in Venice will be
taking on the new livery of
Fifth Third Bancorp when
new signs go up on Saturday,
Feb. 11, following the january
acquisition.
More than 200 jobs were
affected at FNB's Naples
headquarters confirmed
spokesperson Jama Dock:
'Fifth Third (FNB) customers
can participate in kick-off
events during February and
March.
Island Realtor's
expanding again
It's an expansive program
for Richard Bradway & As-
sociates as they open their
third office on the island.
Since relaunching their
own business in the fall, they.
have operated from offices
adjoining Roberts Insurance
Group at 211 S. Nokomis Ave.
Linda Bradway, company
broker, confirmed their re-
cent merger with Marjorie
Sager, Realtor, at 221 W.
MiamiAve.
It was originally the office
of Bud Wimmers, the first
Realtor in Venice, which.
opened in 1926. In a few days,
Bradway will open their third
office, and second branch, at
351 W. Venice Ave.,' adjoining
Russ Snyder's law offices.
Twenty-two agents will be
employed. Three will join
Marge and colleague, Ruthl


Samietz, in Miami Avenue
branch, and four will work in
the new Venice Avenue loca-
tion.
Dockside Imports activity
Activity in the building
adjoining Staples at Jacaranda
Crossings indicates prepara-
tions for the new Dockside
Imports store.
"We take possession on
April 5 and plan to open it
four to six weeks later," said
Mark Sokolowski, merchan-
dising vice president. "We will
hire 10-15 (employees) to
open the 9,100-square-foot
store, which will be our 32nd
location."
The Florida-based compa-
ny, which specializes in
unique home decor and fur-
nishings, began in 1989.
Upgrading former store
Work has begun tidying up
the former Kwik-Chek store at
the corner of Nokomis and
Miami avenues on the island.
"Renovations in terms of
demolition have started," said
Howard Burke, representing
the owners, Florida Sunshine
Properties Inc. of Miami. 'As
yet, nothing has materialized
in terms of tenants."
Burke confirmed improve-
ments will incorporate-the
Venetian Gateway architec-
tural style, which should
increase interest. Itwillbe one
huge building, which can be
subdivided for prospective
tenants.
New marne
equipment store
The 113th store for Boaters
World Marine Center opens at
615 North U.S. 41 Bypass in
Bird Bay Plaza on Jan. 29,
according to store manager
lo h .lvlaMd dn isn .,.- ': 'o.... " 7
The store will supply every-
thing for marine environ-
ment, boaters and fishermen.
SThis is McManus' first store
manager role. Originally from
Clearwater, he now resides in
south Sarasota. Colleagues
are transferring from Brad-
enton and Sarasota stores to
make a total of eight to 10
employees in Venice.
Kmart properties
refinanced
Kmart on Jacaranda Plaza,
1687 South Tamiami Trail,
was one of 11 leased stores
recently refinanced for the
owner by RBS Greenwich
Capital of Greenwich, Conn.
in a $25.5 million agreement.
Spokesperson Kevin
Kelley said the property was
within the DDR portfolio of
Kmart properties. No future
Plans were announced for the
95,000-square-foot property
currently leased to Kmart.
Former world champion
acquires island store
When Chris Hassler and
Janet Moore retired after 15
years at Nana's The Children's
Shop, 223 W Venice Ave., the
owner of Just For Kids ac-
quired the business.
Former tennis profession-
al, Sabina Hack-Roberts.
ranked 13 in the world when
she played for Germany.
Preferring the Florida sun-
shine, she moved to Tampa,
then retired to start a family
and opened Just For Kids at
101 W. Venice Ave., Suite 2.
"I am moving the invento-
ry from Just For Kids to Nana's
where I intend to enlarge the
existing popular lines and
add more, toys,"- said Hack-
Roberts. Just For Kids store
will continue until March.
It's pure imagination
Wood sculptor David
Landry recently opened Pure
Imagination Gallery at 817
South Tamiami Trail in No-
komis.
On display are his wood
carvings, including gazelles
and villagers created from
Florida's natural palm trees.
He rescued the materials


from the landfill.


Venice Gondolier Sun




BUSINESS MATTERS


'Blair Witch' hunters



bag tax break in Florida


BY BARRY MILLMAN
STAFF WRITER


Five years after leading
legions of moviegoers on a
scary low-budget witch hunt,
a band of Florida filmmakers
hopes to lure fright flick fans
back into theaters to be
probed and the effort will
earn them a boffo tax break.
Gov. Jeb Bush announced
last week that the team who
.created "The Blair Witch
Project" will soon be shooting
a horror movie in and around
Orlandq.
The production company
is expected to spend an esti-
mated $5 million during
filming in Florida, including
$3.35 million in salaries to be
paid to local workers who will
be hired for the project..
"We are delighted this tal-
ented Florida filmmaking
team has decided to produce
their project here in the
Sunshine State," Bush said in
a statement. "The new entei-
taininent industry financial


incentive is an excellent addi-
tion to our economic devel-
opment tool chest and has
already had a positive impact
on the creation of more high-
wage jobs for Floridians."
The tax incentive reim-
burses 15 percent of expendi-
tures up to $2 million on full-
length movies, and is avail-
able to cinematic projects
that spend at least $850,000
on Florida labor, state-based
production services and
equipment companies.
"The film and entertain-
ment industry is a vital com-
ponent of our economy, and
we are committed to growing
the sector and attracting even
more productions to our state
in the future," Bush said.
Written by Jamie Nash and
directed by Eduardo Sanchez,
"Probed" will be produced by
the same team of University
of Central Florida film pro-
gram graduates who pro-
duced the international hit
"The Blair Witch Project."
Casting for the movie has


BIZ BUZZ
BUSINESSES COMINGS AND GOINGS


V.O.N. weekly luncheon
The Venice Open Network
meets Wednesdays, 11:45
a.m.-1 p.m., at Marco Pold
Buffet and Grill, U.S. 41.
Bypass, in Bird Bay Plaza;
Venice. Cost of $9 includes
lunch. Walk-ins are welcome.
For more information, call
S504-9525 or visit verriceopen 1
network.com.
VIP Network
weekly luncheon
VIP Network Group, anon-
exclusive, noridues network-
ing group, meets Wednesdays
11:45 a.m.-1 p.m. at Durango,
4369 South Tamiami Trail,
Venice. Cost is $8. For more
information, call Lori Kowal-
ski 423-7170.
Coffeehouse
celebrates anniversary
Stir the Soul Coffee House,
525 E. Venice Ave., in Center
.Bridge Plaza across from Troll
Music, is celebrating one year
of serving Venice and the
Sarasota/Charlotte County
area by holding an outdoor
concert Sunday Jan. 30 from
to 8 p.m.
Appearances by local re-
cording artist Lenny Sales
and many first-year musi-
cians and artists will high-
light the event.
Stir the Soul highlights live
musicians and artists six days
a week. The Sunday event will
include food and prizes. For
more information call 484-
0701 or visit stirthesoul.com.
Free tax help
Feb. 1 through April 15,
AARP offers free tax counsel-
ing and tax preparation in
Venice for low- and medium-
income taxpayers of all ages.
Electronic filing sites include:
The First Baptist Church of
Venice, 210 S. Nassau St.:
Monday, 3-7 p.m.; Wednes-
day, 9 a.m.-1 p.m.; and Friday,
9 a.m.-1 p.m.
Jacararnda Public Library.,
4143 Woodmere St.:, Monday
and Wednesday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
,* Bay Indies, 950 Ridgewood:
Tuesday, 1-5 p.m.
Other sites include:
*Venice Public Library, 300 S.
Nokomis' Ave.: Monday, 9.
a.m.-1 p.m.
South Venice Community
Center, 720 Alligator Drive:
Wednesday, 9 a.m.-1 p.m.
Senior Friendship Centers,
2350 Scenic Drive: Wednes-
day and Thursday, 9 a.m.-
1 p.m.
Please bring a copy of last
year's tax return and a photo


ID.
Venice Expo 2005
Booths are available for
Venice Expo 2005, taking
place March 5 and 6 at the
Venice YNICA, 701 Center
Road.
The Kiwanis Club ofVenice
seeks business owners and
service providers to reserve
booths at the 26th annual
show. Expo profits benefit
children of the community To
reserve a booth, call Dale
Carson at 497-6378 or Irene
O'Connell at 484-6022.


already begun, said state offi-
cials.
Both the film company
and state officials are keeping
mum about the movie's story-
line, saying only that "Prob-
ed" is a horror film, and that
special effects for the project
will be produced at Univer-
sal Studios in Orlando.
According to the gover-
nor's office, tax incentives up
to $450,000 are also available
for TV movies and pilots,
$150,000 for individual TV
episodes, $25,000 for com-
mercials and music videos,
and $15,000 for industrial and
educational films. Digital
media companies and com-
panies that relocate to Florida
are also eligible for reim-
bursements.
"Blair Witch," a grainy
mock documentary that os-
tensibly chronicles the disap-
pearance of some young film
students, began life as an
eight-minute improvisational
exercise shot on a shoestring
budget in eight days in a


Maryland state park without
any scripted dialogue.
Five years ago this week,
the film that cost its young
creators $35,000 to make
opened at the prestigious
Sundance Film Festival to
enormous acclaim.
The group of five college
friends, who had promoted
the film's festival debut
through a unique low-cost,
Internet-driven marketing
campaign, sold the movie to
Artisan Entertainment the
-first night it was shown for
$1 million.
The company built on the
raw realism-based promotion
concept, spawning a cultural
juggernaut that fueled de-
mand for "Witch"-themed
merchandise and landed the
film's makers on the covers of
Time and Newsweek maga-
zines.
The film ultimately gross-
ed $248.3 million.
You can e-mail Barry
Millman at: bmillman@
sun-herald.com.


STAFF REPORT

ABC 7 has announced the
addition of a South Sarasota
County News Bureau, staffed
full-time by ABC 7 News re-
porter Josh Taylor. The bureau
is located inside the Venice
Gondolier Sun building in
downtown Venice.
"ABC 7 is making a sub-
stantial commitment to focus
on local news in North Port,
Venice, Englewood and the
communities of South Sara-
sota County," News Director
Kay Miller said. "To under-
stand the communities you,
cover, you need to be a part of


them."
That's why ABC 7 is dedi-
cating a reporter to cover the
area. Josh Taylor is a native of
Nokomis and has a long fam-
ily history in South Sarasota
County.
"ABC 7 and the 'enice
Gondolier Sun also have
established a media parter-
ship that will enhance both
our organization's abilities to
cover the stories that'impact
Southern Sarasota County,"
Miller said.
You can contact osli Taylor
with stories, ideas or news tips
by phone at 302-6732 or e-
mail: jtaylor@u.wwsb. ti


SPOTLIGHT ON: A NEW HAIR HOT SPOT


SUN PHOTO BY ANGELINE TAYLOR
Staff and clients of Puttin on the Ritz have already opened shop.at their new location in
the Brickyard Plaza.


Steppin' out to put on the ritz


NAME OF BUSINESS: Purtin on the Ritz ...
Now
TYPE OF BUSINESS: salon/spa
ADDRESS: 530 U.S. 41 Bypass, Suite 14-A '
TELEPHONE: 488-6650
OWNER: J. Robin Perkins
EXPERIENCE: 22 years
HOW LONG IN BUSINESS: The salon has been
at the new location for seven months.
DAYS AND HOURS OF OPERATION: Open
Tuesday through Saturday and appoint-
ments available at customer's request.
WHAT SETS YOUR BUSINESS APART?: The
salon offers a full range of professional skin
and hair care services. The staff's goal is to
make each client feel, "special and unique."
They do that, said Perkins, by offering more
than just an atmosphere for- quality hair
care. "Our stylist/technicians are aware that
each client is not only a body but also a soul
and spirit. We attempt to provide an atmos-
phere that addresses all three of these


areas," Perkins said. "We pride ourselves on
developing good listening skills and thereby
we can provide each client with a great
experience."
POPULAR ITEMS AND SERVICES: The menu
of services includes: haircuts and styles for
women, men and children. Specializing in
colors including high and low light to meet
today's current trends and designs. Perm-
anent waves. Spa services include: profes-
sional facial treatments, gentle poetic wax-
ing, nails acrylic, gels and silk wraps, spa
pedicures, ear piercing and permanent
makeup and make-up services.
PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS: Perkins
not only belongs but continuously con-
tributes salon services to several com-
munity organizations. Some organizations
are: Venice Area Chamber of Commerce,
Women's Respurce Center, Jacaranda
Country Club and Women's Sertoma Club of
Venice.


11B
FRIDAY
JAN. 28,2005


ABC 7 adds South Sarasota

County news bureau


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OBITUARIES


FRIDAY, JAN. 28, 2005


Harold J. Anderson
Harold John Anderson of
Venice died Wednesday, Jan.
26, 2005. He was 89.
He was born in Chicago,
Ill., on Feb., 20, 1915, and
came to Venice in 1980.
He was a nurseryman and
horticulturist, and was a
member of Trinity Presbyter-
ian Church.
Survivors include his wife
of 67 years, Elaine; two
daughters, GailTice and Glor-
ia Schulze, both of Illinois; a
son, Gary of Illinois; five
grandchildren; and six great-
grandchildren.
Services: A memorial service
will be held at 3 p.m. Sunday,
Jan. 30 at Jacaranda Trace.
Farley Funeral Home is in charge
of arrangements.
Contributions: Memorial dona-
tions may be made to Trinity
Presbyterian Church or a charity
of choice.

Jerome W. Baird
Jerome William Baird
of Nokomis died
Thursday, Jan. 20,
2005. He was 82.
He was born July 9, 1922, in
Bayonne, N.J., and moved to
the area in 1980 from Buz-
zards Bay, Mass.
He graduated from Suffolk'
Law School and Harvard
Business School and had
practiced law since 1951.
He served in the U.S. Army
in World War II and was a life
member of the VFW and
Knights of Columbus.
Survivors include his wife,
June of Nokomis; two daugh-
ters, Laurie of Maine and
Mary Carr of Massachuserrs;
five sons, Jerry, Joseph and
John, all of Massachusetts,
Michael of Maine and Ed-
ward of Nokomis; four step-
daughters, Rita Sachs of
Nlaine, Marilyn Chaston of
Nokomis, Veronica Phillips
and Myrna Lamson; a broth-
er, John of North Carolina; 13
grandchildren; and two great-
grandchildren.
Services: A memorial service
will be held in Massachusetts at
a later date.


Frank X. Conaty
k Frank X. Conaty of
Venice died Wednes-
day, Jan. 26, 2005. He
was 76.
He was born March 29,
1928, in Pittsburgh, Pa., and
moved to Venice from
Northboro, Mass., in 1994.
He was a retired new prod-
uct development manager for
DEC in Marlborough, Mass.,
and in Venice was a Realtor
for Coldwell Banker and
Re/Max Properties.
He earned a bachelor's
degree from LaSalle College
in Pennsylvania, served in the
U.S. Army in Japan during the
occupation after World War II,
was past president of the
Men's Association at Capri
Isles Golf Club, a founding
member of Soulforce and a
member of the Sarasota
Chapter of Parents, Families
& Friends of Lesbians and
Gays.
Survivors include his wife,
Luann; three -daughters,
Darcy of New Jersey, Marian
of Indiana and Linda Tritch of
Indiana; three sons, Frank of
New Jersey, Andrew Black of
California and Kevin Black of
Indiana; a brother, William of
Nevada; seven grandchildren;
and many nieces and neph-
ews.
Services: Services will be at 2
p.m. Saturday, Jan, 29, at
Suncoast Cathedral.
Contributions: Memorial dona-
tions may be made to PFLAG,
P.O. Box 7382, Sarasota 34278-
7382.

Irene M. Neely
Irene M. Neely of \enice
died Tuesday, Jan. 25, 2005.
She was 94.
She was born June 24,
1910, in New York, N.Y., and
moved to the area 30 years
ago from Middletown, N.Y.
She was owner and opera-
tor of Tel-Rad Message Cen-
ter.
She was a member of the
Confraternity of Our Lady of
the Brown Scapular, the Altar
Society of St. Joseph's Church
in Middletown 'and the


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Epiphany Guild. She was a
member of Epiphany Cathed-
ral.
Survivors include two
daughters, Patricia Neely-
Formisano of New York and
Mary Ann LaFera of Georgia;
a sister, Mary Motl of Con-
necticut; a brother, Joseph
McGuigan of Fort Pierce;
eight grandchildren; and
three great-grandchildren.
Services: A Mass of Christian
Burial will be held at 1 p.m.
Friday, Jan. 28, at Epiphany
Cathedral. Burial will be in New
York. Ewing Funeral Home is in
charge of arrangements.
Contributions: Memorial dona-
tions may be made to Epiphany
School, 310 Sarasota St., Venice
34285.

Frank A. Pantoni
Frank A. Pantoni of Sara-
sota died Tuesday, Jan. 18,
2005. He was 52.
He was born Feb. 10, 1952,
in Donora, Pa., and came to
this area in 1979 from Dear-
born, Mich.
He was a licensed CNA and
massage therapist.
Survivors include a son,
Mark of Gainesville; his moth-
er, Louise Bardelli ofVenice; a
sister, Cathy of Venice; two
stepsisters, Christine and
Diane of Michigan; and a
stepbrother, Richard of Or-
lando.
Services: A service of remem-
brance will be held at 4 p.m.
Saturday, Jan. 30, at the Siesta


Key beach pavilion. Lemon Bay
Funeral Home is in charge of
arrangements.

Stanley Razny
Stanley "Stan" Razny of
Venice died Wednesday, Jan.
26, 2005. He was 79.
He was born Nov. 4, 1925,
in Poland and immigrated
from England to Chicago, Ill.,
in 1952.
He was a jeweler and
owned Razny Jewelers from
which he retired in 2001.
He moved to Venice in
October 2004.
Survivors include his wife,
Jane ofVenice; two daughters,
Loretta of Iowa and Mary
Rusiewski of Michigan; a son,
Stan of Illinois; a brother,
Michael of Illinois; and five
grandchildren.
Services: Visitation will be from
10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Monday, Jan. 31, at Farley
Funeral Home, with a Mass of
Christian Burial following at 1
p.m. at Epiphany Cathedral.
Interment will be at Venice
Memorial Gardens.
Contributions: Memorial dona-
tions may be made to the
American Cancer Society, South
Sarasota County Unit, 2100
South Tamiami Trail, Suite A,
Venice 34293.

V.Fern Skogland
V Fern Skogland of No-
komis died Saturday, Jan. 22,
2005. She was 86.
She was born Nov. 14,


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up to 15 years old.

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1918, in Piedmont, Kan., and
moved to the area in 1972
from Jackson, Mich.
Survivors include a daugh-
ter, Mary Lynne Stuetzer of
Georgia; and a son, Robert of
Nokomis.
Services: Interment was at
Florida National Cemetery,
Bushnell. Ewing Funeral Home
was in charge of arrangements.
Contributions: Memorial dona-
tions may be made to Habitat
for Humanity, 1757 East Ave. N.,
Sarasota 34234.

Marceil Smith
Marceil Smith of Venice
and Fort Wayne, Ind., died
Wednesday, Jan. 26,2005. She
was 94.
Survivors include two
daughters, Sharon J. Britton
of Maryland and Susan K.
Vedder of Nokomis; a brother,
Donald Baals of Virginia; five
grandchildren; eight great-
grandchildren; five great-
great-grandchildren; and sev-
eral nieces and nephews.
Services: A memorial service
will be held in Indiana. Ewing
Funeral Home is in charge of
arrangements.


Contributions: Memorial dona-
tions may be made to Venice
MainStreet Youth Fountain, P.O.
Box 602, Venice 34284.

Virginia A. Weakland
Virginia A. Weakland of
Venice died Monday, Jan. 25,
2005. She was 83.
She was born Sept. 4, 1921,
in Newark, N.J., and moved to
the area four years ago from
Holiday, Fa.
She was a homemaker.
Survivors include three
daughters, Pat Mazzoccoli
and Liz, both of Venice, and
Rebecca Lee of Union, N.J.; a
son, Mike of New Jersey; a sis-
ter, Beth Tremmel of New
York; five grandchildren; and
two great-grandchildren.
Ewing Funeral Home was
in charge of arrangements.
Contributions: Memorial dona-
tions may be made to Hospice of
Southwest Florida, 5955 Rand
Blvd., Sarasota 34238.


LEGAL NOTICES


NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR SARASOTA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION


In the Matte
SHELBY SH
Date of Birth
Adoptee
NOTICE
TO: Tracey
13015
Sebasti


NOTICE OF ADMIN. NOTICE TO CREDITORS


Chase Bank Balance of
P. 0. Box 52188 Probate Assets
Phoenix. AZ 85072-2188


ALL INTERESTED PERSONS ARE
CASE NO: NOTIFIED THAT:
2004-DR-9282-SC All creditors of the estate of the
.decedent and persons having
r of Adoption of: claims or demands against the
YANNE BARRETT, estate of the decedent other than
h: June 18, 1994 those for whom provision for full
T.i *r t A,]T .V 1. ic : i Or j..
GE OF ACTION their claims with this court WITHIN
THREE (3) MONTHS AFTER THE
Allen Barrett DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
Roseland Road OF THIS NOTICE.
ian, FL 32958


ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action BE FOREVER BARRED.
has been filed against you and that NOTWITHSTANDING ANY OTHER
you are required to serve a copy of APPLICABLE TIME PERIOD, ANY
your written defenses, if any, to it CLAIM FILED TWO )21 YEARS OR
on Theresa and Bradley Stoddard, IAMCOE AFTER THE DCE':ELEi
c/o Joseph R. DeCiantis, Attorney, [iATE Of DEATHI BAIPF",
whose address is 825 So. Tamiami -HE DLATLf THE HI1! H.I I.BLILA
Trail, Suite 2, Venice, FL 34285 on TION OF TH: r OTII:C I r: jiaarv
or before February 23, 2005, 28, 2C015
and file the original with the clerk of
this Court at 4000 S Tamiami Trail, Person Giving Notice-
Venice FL 34292. is,' Keith Herderson


If you fail to do so, a default may be
'entered against you for the-relief
demanded in,the petition. ..,,. ,


c/o Kevin O'Donnell, Esq
1515 East Woodfield Road
Suite 880
Schaumburg, IL 60173


Copies of aill .:3 uri d ocu.l: ,T i. i
this case, in.:udr. order: .re Attorney for Person Givinlg
available a: ir.e :icri of Crcu,l Notice:
Courts office. You may review /s/James L Essenson, Esq
these documents upon request. 2071 Main Street
Sarasota. Florida 34237
You must keep the Clerk of Circuit Phone (9411-954-0303
Courts office notified of your ,cur- Florida Bar No 0359033
rent address. (You may file rj.,ri
of Current Address, lor,,da PUBLISH: January 28, Febru-
Supreme Court Approved Family ary 4. 2005
Law Form 12.915.) Future papers
,n I. ljn:3w ul ,vll Ce rrjlId li i'n
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of pleadings. :
Dated January 13, 2005.
KAREN E. RUSHING
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
By: Nancy Ruberton
Deputy Clerk
PUBLISHED:
January 21. 2005
January 28. 2005
February 4, 2005
February 11. 2005

NOTICE OF ADMIN.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
THE TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT IN AND FOR SARASOTA'
COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
Ill CE ESTATE OF
GERALD H. HENDERSON.
Deceased.


NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE CIRCUIr COURT FOR
SARASOTA COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
IN RE: ESTATE OF
ALBERT R. BROWN,
SDeceased,
File No 2004-CP-12407-SC


Deceased.
File No. 2004-CP-011341-NC
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of
MARGARET L. WAHLEN,,
deceased, whose date of death
was November 8, 2004, is pend-
ing in the Circuit Court for SARA-
SOTA County, Florida, Probate Divi-
sion, the address of which is P.O.
Box 3079, Sarasota, FL 34230-
3079. The name and address of
the personal representative is
Theresa W. Clements, 3203 Glen
Lake Drive, Glen Allen, VA 23060
and the personal representative's
jn.r',d e rV j 11 3 i,] j ,I r 1 ri: a 1 jl Il
inrln t[clin
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req, re.] I,, t['i :[ rvi,] ,Tn.[ ill I r ,r
lirr.: war, Ir,: oiun WITHIN THE
LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBU-
CATION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30
DAYS AFTER THE TIME OF SER-
VICE OF A COPY OF THIS
NOTICE ON THEM
All other creditors of the decedent
and niti r pe r ;i.:.n'; i3viri ciii n .r
T.i- : oIr ir. .ri.:l ,l: l rit '.:s. tOu
WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBUCA-
TION OF TH1ISNOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN
THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH
IN SECTION 733.702 OF THE
FLORIDA PROBATE CODE WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME
PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE.
ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2)
YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE
DECEDENTS DATE OF DEATH
IS BARRED.
Tr, dI r jl I',l -I.ul:.':|31lC Il 1Il s
li.:,r : January 28. 2005.
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
Stephen deH. Schwarz. PA.
Attorney for Teresa W.
Clements
Florida Bar No. 097861
2811 Tamiami Trail. Suite S


Division: Probate Port Charlotte, Flonda 33952
Telephone: 19411-625-4158
NOTICE TO CREDITORS PUBLSH: January 28, Febru-
Trhc iisinr:n, 7jl.'., ",I ihe :l[jAe ,:t ary 4. 2005
ALBERT R BROWN, Je:d ;e: ,
r.,, : ,131.1 '1 ,' I iln i : August
12. 2004 i.; riiinm... i i ,r,: NOTICEOF SALE
i:,,un l.r Sarasota r .,urr Flr,. r NOTIC
Pr.c.,il- l:',,, 0i,, irir 3,drn .' r.I
I :t, : 4000 S. Tamiami Trail. NOTICE OF:SALE
Venice. FL 34293. The im.:
3'.1 ldri .:eP :.I Ihri pl' ::.,' I re. Al Outii;: aie b, .:.:.rr, :,litiv ti.j-
re:.n,,lae ano r.,, l,1 :'r:,ral 're e. ], E a oci ITne .'I i'. ,5 J.iariurN i
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,oii:e i rieqaure1 .o be served 21:1 IR;.LEW(,iU DRIVE
nuilj hle reaf.ir mi t. il Ir.; i :0url VEr II. E, FL, I.I) A ?J293


File No. 2004-CP-012484-NC WITHIN THE LATER OF THREE
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF BRUCE WESTHEIMER
NOTICE TO CREDITORS THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF (10X10) HOUSEHOLD ITEMS
(Summary AdmInIstration) THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS
(Summary Administrat AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE All auctioned units must be paid for
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON in cash and emptied by close of
OR DEMANDS AGAINST THE THEM. business same day.
ABOVE ESTATE: All other creditors of the decedent
and other persons having claims or Publish: January 26, 28, 2005
You are hereby notified that an demands against the decedent's NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
Order of Summary Administration estate must file their claims with
has been entered in the estate of this court WITHIN THREE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
GERALD H. HENDERSON, MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE PERSONAL PROPERTY CON-
Sdeceased, File Number 2004- THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF TENTS OF THE FOLLOWING
CP-12484-NC; by the Circuit THIS NOTICE. RENTAL UNITS WILL BE OFFERED
Court for Sarasota County, Flori ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION,
da, Probate Division; the address of THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH HELD BY: STORAGE PROTECTION
which is 200 Main Street, Saraso- IN SECTION 733.702. OF THE AUCTION SERVICES, LICENSE
ta, Florida 34237; that the dece- FLORIDA PROBATE CODE WILL #593, TO SATISFY STORAGE
dents date of death was January BE FOREVER BARRED. USA'S LIEN, AT STORAGE USA,
7, 2004; that the total value of the NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME 1266 US41 BY-PASS ON FEBRU-
estate is $3;288.60 and that the PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE, ARY 10, 2005 AT 9:30 A.M.
names and addresses of those to ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2) TERMS: CASH. WE RESERVE THE
whom ithas been assigned by such YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE RIGHT TO REJECT ALL BIDS. A
order are: DECEDENTS DATE OF DEATH $50.00 CASH REFUNDABLE
IS BARRED. DEPOSIT WILL BE COLLECTED FOR
Name/Address of class 4 credi- THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLI- EACH UNITSOLD.
tors: CATION OF THIS NOTICE IS:
January 28, 2005. UNIT 1043 LIBERTY VAN


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West Central Anes. $ 32.00
Group
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SMH Radiology Assoc. $ 44.27
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Dr. #110
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Name/Address of class 8 creditor:


LINES H'HOLD ITEMS
Personal Representative:
Diane Elizabeth Ressler UNIT 1141. HUGH ANDERSON
80 Vincennes Drive -H.HOLD ITEMS
Napoleon, OH 43545
UNIT 28 RICHARD KRAUSE
Attorney For Personal H-HOLD ITEMS
Representative:
Ann C. Thompson UNIT 2093 LIBERTY VAN
Attorney at Law LINES H-HOLD ITEMS
Florida Bar No. 040444
152 Nokomis Avenue North UNIT 301 LIBERTY VAN
Venice, Florida 34285 LINES H-HOLD ITEMS
Telephone: (941) 484-1996
Publish: January 28, February UNIT4154 LAUREN YOUNG
4, 2005 H'HOLD ITEMS
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
SARASOTA COUNTY, FLORIDA UNIT 4236 CAPE COD BIO-
PROBATE DIVISION LAB H'HOLD ITEMS


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MARGARET L. WAHLEN,


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Jewish boy survives horrors





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STORY BY DON MOORE SENIOR WRITER

Paul Molnar and his family were sent to
the death camp at Auschwitz. Paul
survived the ordeal and moved to America
to continue his life.


EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the first
in a two-part series.

By the time Paul Molnar
was 14, he had survived the
iHolocaust It would be two
moreyears before he survived
World War II.
In September 1939, when
the German army marched:
into Poland, starting World
War II, he was a 10-year-old
Jewish boy living \ith his par-
ents and 7-year-old brother in
a suburb of Budapest, Hun-
gary.



























try of 10 million in those days.
sided with Germany in the
war because it had little
choice. The Germans had 80
:millionpeopleand afar larger
and stronger army It wasn't
until spring 1944 that Ger-
man forces invaded his coun-
try and began controlling his
life.
"On March 14, 1944, my
dad, my little brother and I
went to see a soccer game,"


the 74-year-old Siesta Key
man said. "While we were at
the game, ve heard all this
conmption outside. The Ger-
mans had marched in with
their tanks, armored vehicles
and soldiers and took over
our country.
"Inmmediately, they kicked
out the existing government,
put their own government in
power and started issuing
anti-Jewish laws. Things for
lews in Hungary became a lot
harder in a hurry" he said.
"They drafted all the Jewish
men in the country, bevteen
the ages of 18 and 48, into a
labor force. My father was 44
at the time and he was draft-
ed."
Molnar and his family did
not know the primary reason
the Germans invaded Hun-
gary was to exteminate the
Jews. It was the last country in
Western Europe with a sub-
stantial Jewish population.
The Germans had killed most
of the rest of the Jews in Eur-
ope by then.
For the Jews of Budapest,
things went from bad to
worse. The Germans began
by making the them wear yel-
low stars of David on their
clothes when they were out-
side. Their oppressors also
passed a law that stopped
them from leaving their
homes, except between 4
p.m. and 6 p.m. This meant
that Jewish people couldn't
hold regular jobs and Jewish
children weren't able to at-
tend school.
They were also forbidden
to have radios and they
couldn't have any kind of
transportation, including bi-
cycles. But that didn't prevent
them from keeping up with
the war news through a very
active grapevine.
Despite their German tor-
mentors, the Hungarian Jews
still received clandestine help
from a handful of brave peo-
ple who would slip them food


Part of a letter written by Heinreich Himmler to Rudolph Hoss,
head of the concentration camp at Auschwitz.


U: UN PHOTOS B r' KIM COOL


Images of intolerance made up a recent exhibit at the Holocaust Museum.


and clothing on the sly. If
those who helped the Jews
had been caught they would
have been severely punished
or killed.
"We were very naive be-
cause we Jews didn't realize
that the main focus of the
Germans who invaded Hun-
gary was to get rid of us.
Toward tliat:end theyrsent (SS
Lt. Col.) Adolf Eichmann .to
Hungary to kill off the last
pocket of Jews," Molnar ex-
plained. "In other countries it
had taken the Germans t\o
or three years to, deport the
Jews. In Hungary they did it in
90 days.
"On the night of July 7,
1944, we heard loud speakers.
The speakers told us we had
30 minutes to pack one suit-
case per family because we
were going to be relocated.'If
you're not out of the apart-
ment building in 30 minutes
we'll shoot you,' the com-
manding voice told us. hy-
mom threw a few things in a
suitcase and we all walked
outside- mom, my little bro-
ther, my grandmother and
me. Hungarian police and
German Storm Troopers were
waiting for us."
They were marched to the
local railroad station where
they waited all night worrying
about their fate. By the next
morning, 15,000 Jews from
Budapest had been rounded
up.


"The Germans brought in
two trains comprised of 50
cattle cars each. We were
packed into these cars like
sardines. It was terribly hot
and there were only two little
windows at the top of each of
these cars.
"We all had to stand in
place. We couldn't move.
-There was no water and no
sanitary facilities. For two


days and two nights we stood
as the train rolled along.
Some people lost their minds
because they couldn't deal
with it. Some of the older pris-
oners died while standing
there. We were terrified,"
Molnar said.
At dawn on the third day
they reached their destina-
tion. They had no idea where
they were or what was going


to happen to them.
"They stopped the train
and opened the doors. We
looked out and saw this long
ditch in front of us. Beyond
the ditch were these men in
striped blue-gray uniforms
yelling at us. Behind them
were German soldiers with
guns and guard dogs.

Please see SURVIVES, 13B


Boxcar 113 0695-5 (5), resting on tracks from Treblinka, was once used to carry Jews and other
men, women and children to the killing centers.


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A surfer tests the water at Gulf's edge.


PHOTO COURTESY OF CBH
Trey Kenner, PC Technician for Coastal Behavioral Healthcare,.
poses with Stephanie Woods, CEO of SPARCC, and Dr. Christine
Cauffield, president and CEO of CBH. "We certainly are happy
that the phones will be useful to SPARCC and offer a critical
service to an individual or family in a time of crisis," Cauffield
said.


Donation

benefits
families
in crisis
Coastal Behavioral
Healthcare Inc. (CBH) has
donated 150 cellular .phones
to the Safe Place and Rape
Crisis Center (SPARCC) in
Sarasota. Donated phones are
given to SPARCC clients and
enable them to dial 9-1-1 in
an emergency.


Animal Services Adoption Program


Sarasota County Animal
Services has many cats and
dogs eligible for adoption.
The adoption program is just
one of the many services
that Animal Services provides
to Sarasota County. Animal
Services aims to find respon-
sible homes for the dogs and
cats that are not claimed or
are unwanted by their own-
ers, or animals that must be
given up for one reason orr
another.
If interested in adopting an


animal, call 941-861-9500 or
visit the facility at 8451 Bee
Ridge Road in Sarasota. To
find the location, head East
on Bee Ridge Road. Animal
Services is at the very end of
the road at the old landfill
site. The new area is called
Rothenbach Park at High
Point. Adoption hours are
listed as follows:
* Monday, 10 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
* Tuesday, 10 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
* Wednesday, 10 a.m.-6:00
p.m.


* Thursday, 10 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
* Friday, 10,a.m.-4:30 p.m.
* Saturday. 10 a.m.--4:30 p.m.
* Sunday, noon-2 p.m.
To find out more about
the animals available for
adoption or about Animal
Services, visit sarasota-
sheriff.org.


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FRIDAY,
JAN. 28
Tour of Homes
The Plantation Community
Foundation's fourth Tour of
Homes takes place Jan. 28
and 29, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Ticket
books can be purchased for
$20 by calling the foundation
at 497-4826 or Bev Rowe at
492-3460, or at the Paper Pad,
Frazier's and the Venice Golf
Center. For more informa-
tion, call Wynne Dallam at
497-7873.
Peanut Day
Kiwanis Club's Peanut Day
takes place Jan. 28 and 29. The
Kiwanis Club of Venice, to-
gether with its sponsored
youth clubs, are giving away
peanuts at area Publix stores.
Proceeds benefit community
youth projects. Call 484-6022.
Bypass
The Community Youth De-
velopment Project and the
Venice YNICA Youth Center
present a live concert featur-
ing local band Bypass. The
event is for, middle- and
high-school students, 7-10
p.m. at 701 Center Road.
Refreshments will be served.
Call 492-9622, Ext. 133.
Dance
An Eagles Club dance takes
place 7:30-11:30 p.m. at Dis-
abled Veterans of America,
600 Colonia Lane, Nokomis.
Music by J.W.
SILL lectures
The Sarasota Institute of
Lifetime Learning presents
"U.S.-Iran Relations and the
Post-Saddam Iraq," at 10:30
a.m. at Venice Church of the


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Nazarene, 1525 E. Venice Ave.
Guest speaker is Dr. Mohsen
M. Milani of the University
of South, Florida. Cost is $5.
Call 365-6404.
Pasta
Lotsa Pasta is available 4:30-
7:30 p.m. Friday at the Italian
American Club of Venice,
1375 Ringling Blvd. Cost is
$7. Take out is available. Call
486-1492. -
Powwow
The third annual Mystic Eagle
Pow Wow takes place at 9
a.m. Jan. 28-30 at Oscar
Scherer State Park. The public
is invited for dancing, food,
children's games, traders,
craft auctions, music, story
telling and more. Np drugs
or alcohol permitted. Admis-
sion is $4 per day; free for
kids younger, than 12;. $6 for,
a weekend pass. This event
raises funds for the Native
American Cultural Center of
Central Florida. Contact Julie
at 485-9072 or jno8363406@
aol.com.
Author appearance
Adriana Trigiani visits Circle
Books, 478 Ringling. Blvd.,
Sarasota, at 1 p.m. to sign
copies of "The Queen of the
Big Time" and the cookbook
"Cooking with My Sisters."
Call 388-2850.
Poetry event
Barnes & Noble Booksellers,
4010 South Tamiami Trail in
Sarasota, welcomes poet
Linda Neckel White for Secret
Sharers. Sign up at 7 p.m.;
submit poems for advanced
screening to secretsharers-
jt@hotmail.com. Call Joseph
at 485-8106.
Sorority event


Delta Delta Delta Sarasota
Area Alumnae Chapter meets
at 11:30 a.m. at the Pelican
Pointe Golf & Country Club,
499 Derbyshire Drive in Ven-
ice. The program features Dr.
Larry Thompson, president of
the Ringling School of Art
and Design. Call 739-6500.

SATURDAY,
JAN. 29
Bird walk
The Venice Area Audubon
Society sponsors a guided bird
walk with Charlie Sample at
7:30 a.m. at Jelks Preserve, off
North River Road, between
Center Road and Venice
Avenue. The public is invited
to this free event. Call 496-
8984 for more information.
Pops
The 75-members community
Sarasota Pops Orchestra cele-
brates its own soloists at 3p.m.
at Neel Performing Arts Cen-
ter. Tickets are $15-$18 and
may be purchased by calling
the Asolo box office at 351-
8000 or toll free at (800) 361-
8388. For more information,
visit sarasotapops.org.
Kayak trip
Explore the wild and scenic
Myakka River by kayak, guid-
ed; by John Sarkozy of the
American Littoral Society,
8:30-11:30 a.m. Training and
equipment provided. Cost is
$20 for ALS members, $25 for
nonmembers plus park en-
trance fee.
Playhouse open house
Lemon Bay Playhouse holds
a tour and open house at
1 p.m. at 96 W Dearborn St.
Learn about volunteering in
various areas of theater pro-
duction. Representatives from
costumes, props, set build, set
decoration, stage managing,
lighting, publicity and mar-
keting as well as the box office
and house management will
discuss their tasks. Call (941)
475-6756.
Author appearance
Claire Maturro visits Circle
Books, 478 Ringling Blvd.,
Sarasota, at 1 p.m. to sign
copies of "Skinny-Dipping," a
mystery. Call 388-2850.
Ansel Adams exhibit
The John & Mable Ringling
Museum of Art sponsors An-
sel Adams; Celebration of
Genius, Jan. 29-April 10. This
exhibit is included with regu-
lar museum admission, 10
a.m.-5:30 p.m. Call 358-3180
for advance tickets. I

SUNDAY,
JAN. 30


Concert
Stir the Soul Coffee House,
525 E. Venice Ave., in Center
Bridge Plaza, celebrates one
year of serving Venice with an
outdoor concert, 3-8 p.m.
Appearances by Lenny Sales,
local recording artist, and
other musicians and artists
will highlight the event, which
includes food and prizes. Call
484-0701 or visit stirthesoul.
com.
Auditions
Venice Little Theatre, 140 W.
Tampa Ave., holds auditions
at 7:30 p.m. for its MainStage
musical "I Do, I Do." The
director is Dan Higgs. For a
perusal script and more in-
formation, call Maureen or
Sara at 484-4033.
Author appearance
Patrika Vaughn visits Circle
Books, 478 Ringling Blvd.,
Sarasota, at 1 p.m. to sign
copies of "The Writer's Tool
Box," a how-to course on
CDs. Call 388-2850.

MONDAY,
JAN.31
Computer group
The Venice Area Computer
Users Group meets at 6 p.m.
at the Island Community
Church, 625 South Tamiami


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Reunion at the Well
Sunday, Jan. 30, the Faith in Action program of Senior
Friendship Centers holds a flnd-raising event featuring
members of the Jewish, Christian. Muslim and Baha'i com-
munities sharing songs, dances and stories, followed by a
Taste of Faith. Among the planning group for the event are,
from left, Rev. Lori Rivera, Suncoast Cathedral; Joel Krelss,
Jewish Community Center; Shirley Bascom, Baha'i Faith; Janet
Onnie, Senior Friendship Center, Faith in Action program; and
Keith Backhaus. Senior Friendship Center, Friendship At Home
program. The event begins at 4 p.m. at the Venice United
Church of Christ, 620 Shamrock Blvd. Tickets are 520 (S25 at
the door) and are available from the Senior Friendship Centers,
at participating houses of worship, or by calling 408-9307.

Flute circle
Beginners and visitors are welcome to a Native American flute
circle, Friday, Jan. 28, 7-8 p.m. at Serenity Gardens in Brickyard
Plaza, 5.30 South U.S. 41 Bypass in Venice. Featured player is
Lydia Swystun, who shares her Native American flutes and
offers instruction. For more information, call Serenity
Gardens at 486-3577 or e-mail Ann-Marie at veniceflute-
circle@verizon.net.

Art reception
The Venice Art Center invites you to view new work in terra
cotta clay by Nancy Heart, on exhibit through Feb. 18 at 390
S. Nokomis Ave. An opening reception takes place Friday,
4-6 p.m. and the public is welcome.

Yard sale
The Isles of Chestnut Creek holds its annual communitywide
yard sale. Sunday, Jan. 29, 8 a m -noon in the clubhouse. A
portion of the proceeds benefit local needs, such as the Red
Cross hurricane relief fund. For more information, call Sandy
at 408-7064.

Car show
'Venice High School hosts its second annual Rolling Thunder
Car Show, Saturday, 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Proceeds benefit marching
band students by defraying the costs of uniforms, instrument
rental and band fees. Call Mark Petty at 497-5632 or 468-5525.


Trail in the Rialto Plaza in
Venice. Speaker is Wes Pack,
graphic specialist from Corel.
The public is welcome. Call
Sandra at 492-5555.
Mason dinner
The Venice Lodge 301 F&AM
lolds a potluck dinner at 6
).m. at the lodge, 118 E.Venice
Ave. All members, family and.
friends are welcome to bring
i dish. Call 484-0311 for more
information.
Music
Bill Allred's Classic Jazz Band
returns to. Venice Little The-
itre's MainStage Jan. 31 and
Feb. 1 at 8 p.m. as part of the
theatre's 2004-05 Concert
Series. Tickets are $25 and are
available at the box office at
40W. TampaAve. or by phone
at 488-1115.
SThe Venice Gondoliers len's
Barbershop Chorus rehearses
Monday, at 6:30 p.m. at
venice-Nokomis United
Methodist Church, 208 Palm
Ave., Nokomis. All men are
welcome. Call 484-6333 or
484-3966.
Enameling class
The Venice Art Center offers
in ongoing enameling class,
Monday, 1-3:30 p.m. at 390 S.
Nokomis Ave. Call 485-7136.
Meditation
Kelsang Donwang leads a
beginners Buddhist medita-
ion, 7-8:30 p.m., atWoodmere
Community Center, Room
2-B, 3951 Woodmere Park
Blvd., Venice. A donation of
$5-$9 is requested. Call 373-
1600 or visit meditationin-
lorida.org.
SWP
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Ave. for a meeting and cards.
For more information, call
Marie at 485-8739.
Democratic meeting
Community activist, attorney
and former Congressional
candidate C.J. Czaia speaks
about Hispanics and the
Democratic Party at the
Democratic Club of Sarasota
luncheon at 11:30 a.m. Sat-
urday, Feb .12 at the Sahib
Shrine Temple, 600 North
Beneva Road. Cost is $17.
RSVP Jan.31-Feb. 9 by voice.
mail to 379-9233 or e-mail
reserve@sarasotadems.com.

TUESDAY,
FEB.I
Dads class
Children First, Nurturing
Dads Initiative begins a new
fathering course just for dads.
Beginning Tuesday, Feb. 1,
the free class meets once a
week for nine weeks at Love-
land Center, 157 South Ha-
vana Road in Venice. To reg-
ister, call Vince at 953-3877,
SExt. 135,

Senior Friendship. Centers,
2350 Scenic Drive, Venice,
584-0052.
9 a.m., woodcarving; 9 a.m.,
bridge; 9 a.m., t'ai chi; 9:30
a.m., Teddy bear making; 9:30
a.m., pine-needle weaving; 10
a.m., blood pressure screen-
ing; 3 p.m., Alzheimer's care-
giver support group.

Venice Senior Friendship Cafe
presents Ground-Dog Day,
Wednesday, Feb. 2. Activities
begin at 11 a.m. and lunch is
served at noon. Suggested
donation of $3 is requested.


RSVP 24 hours in advance to
584-0090 or 584-0031.
DBE
Daughters of the British Em-
pire HNMS Phoebe Chapter
meets at 1 p.m. at Jacaranda
Trace. 3600 William Penn Way,
South Venice. Women of Brit-
ish birth or heritage are wel-
come. Call Sheila at 493-7273.
Yoga
Woodmere Park and Recre-
ation Center, at 3951 Wood-
mere Park in Venice, is offer-
ing Yoga Tuesdays 8:30-10
a.m. and 6:30-8 p.m. Be-
ginners are welcome. Fees are
$6 per session for pre-paid or
$8 for walk-ins. The instructor
is a certified Yoga instructor
and Registered Nurse. Call
Alexis at 492-9353.
Alumni
Penn State Alumni Associ-
ation, Gulf Coast Chapter,
meets at 9 a.m. at Lakehouse
West, 3435 Fox Run Road.
Speaker is Kay Kustanbauter
of the Nittany Lion Club. Call
485-6772.
Author appearances
* Author Dr. Deborah Plum-
mer invites you to journey
across racial lines in "Chang-
ing Race Relations Through
Friendship" at 7 p.m. at Flan-
zer Jewish Community Cen-
ter, 582 McIntosh Road in
Sarasota. This free event is
open to the public. Reser-
vations preferred but not
necessary; call 365-8751.
* Barbara Bowers visits Circle
Books, 478 Ringling Blvd.,
Sarasota, at 1 p.m. to sign
copies of "Cats I Have Known"
a memoir of her life in Key
West. Call 388-2850.
SILL lecture
The Sarasota Institute of
Lifetime Learning presents
"Before European Hegemony:
World Trade in the 13th
Century," at 10:30 a.m. at
Players Theatre, 838 North
Tamiami Trail in Sarasota.
Speaker is Dr. Janet Abu-
Lughod of New School Uni-
versity in New York. Cost is
$5. For more information, call
365-6404.

RSVP


Children's class
Oscar Scherer State Park holds
"The Magic of Drum and
Dance for the Young Child!
And the Adults who Love
Them!," a drum and dance
class for young children and
their parents instructed by
Barbara Gail of the Rhythm
Inlet. The class meets for five
Thursday, Feb. 3-March 3,
10-11 a.m. at the park, 1843
South Tamiami Trail in Os-
prey. Registration required by
calling (800) 631-0196. The
class is free; only a park en-
trance fee of $4 per car. For
park information, call 483-
5956.
Alumni event
Walton High School in the
Bronx holds its 18th annual
luncheon Friday, Feb. 4, at
11:30 a.m. at Michael's On


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East, 1212 S. East Ave., Sara-
sota. The program features a
musical tribute to Jeannette
MacDonald and Nelson Eddy.
Cost is $20. Call 927-6331.
Fond du Lac.Day
The sixth annual Fond du Lac
Wisconsin Day at the Beach
takes place at Siesta Key
Beach, Friday, Feb. 4, at 10
a.m. Bring your own food
and drinks for a noon lunch.
Grills, picnic tables and rest-
rooms available in shady
areas; white sandy beach for
sunning and swimming. For
more information, call Jerry
Jurgensmier at 358-7411.
Valentine's dance
The Italian American Club of
Venice holds its Valentine/


Installation dinner-dance
Saturday, Feb. 5, at 1375 Ring-
ling Drive in Venice. Cocktails
6-7 p.m., dinner at 7 p.m. and
dancing until 10:30 p.m. with
live music by Tin Pan Alley.
Tickets are $17 for members
and $20 for nonmembers.
Call Pat at 488-623 or Vi at
497-6942.
Dance into spring
Our Lady of Lourdes Parish
in Venice sponsors a dance
Saturday, Feb. 5, 7:30-10:30
p.m. in the parish center, 1301
Center Road. BYOB; ice and
light snacks provided. Music
provided by Jimmy Spotd. A
donation of $7 per person is
requested. For tickets, reser-
vations or information, call
Charlie and Clare Milligan at
485-8403.
Alumni event
New Utrecht High School
Alumni Association (Florida
West Coast Branch) holds its
annual luncheon for all grad-
uates Sunday, Feb. 6, at noon
at Michael's On East, 1212 S.
East Ave., Sarasota. RSVP to
Muriel Hendricks at966-5475.
Ice cream social
The public is invited when
Our Lady of Lourdes Council
of Catholic Women holds its
annual ice cream social Sun-
day, Feb. 6, 3-5 p.m. in the
parish hall at 1301 Center
Road in Venice. Tickets are
$2, free for children 5 and
younger. Tickets are:available
at the door or by calling
493-6298 or 492-2203.
HSSC benefit
Enjoy hors d'oeuvres, wine
tasting and live music at The
Tasting Room, 1917 S. Osprey
Ave., Sarasota, Wedrnesday,
Feb. 9, 6-8 p.m. Tickets are
$30. This event benefits the
Humane Society of Sarasota
County. RSVP to HSSC at
955-4131, Ext. 101 or visit
hssc.org.
Call for artists
The 24thVenice Snowbird Art
Fest takes place Feb. 11 and
12. Entry fee is $175 and there
are 200 spaces in the Cen-
tennial Park and Gazebo area.
Only original hand-crafted
work is acceptable. Contact
show director Anita Sandier
at 488-3390.
Venetian Nights
The South County Family
YMCA, 701 Center Road in
Venice, hosts its 18th annual
black-tie optional event bene-
fiting the Children & Family
Scholarship Programs, Sat-
urday, Feb. 12. The evening
begins at 6 p.m. with enter-
tainment with Les McCurdy
and Ken Sons and dancing
with Double Vision. RSVP by
Feb. 4 by calling the YMCA at
492-4716.
Cruisin'to the Ritz
.Safe Place and Rape Crisis
Center holds its Second Hand
Rose Fashion Show Tuesday,
Feb. 15, at the Ritz-Carlton
Sarasota. The fashion show
is chaired by Mary Kenealy-
Barbetta and Patti Potter and
features Les McCurdy and
Ken Sons. SPARCC models
will wear fashions from the
SPARCC Treasure Chest.
Doors open at 10:15 a.m. and
tickets are $55. RSVP to
Marion Huffmire at 496-9366
or Gloria M. Webel at 371-
3700. All proceeds benefit
victims of domestic violence
and rape.
Illini events
* Friday, Feb. 18, the Uni-
versity of Illinois Alumni Club
hosts a luncheon at 11 a.m.
at the Waterside Room at
the Sarasota Quay. Featured
speaker is former World War
II bomber pilot, U. of I. gradu-
ate Aaron Cushman, author
of "A Passion for Winning."
Reservations required by
calling Dr. Bert Fivelson at
366-0582.
* Thursday, Feb. 24, the U. of I.
Alumni Club meets at 5 p.m.


at the Sahib Temple to dance
to the music of the 17-piece
band The Nobleman. A buffet
dinner follows at 7 p.m. Res-
ervations required by calling
Dr. Bert Fivelson at 366-0582.


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Free screenings and lectures
* Monday through Thursday,
free wound assessments at
Englewood Community Hos-
pital Wound Care Center, 779
Medical Drive, Suite 2. Call
473-9305 for an appointment.
* Tuesday and Thursdays,
noon, free spinal screening,
Twin Palms Chiropractic,
1214-C E. Venice Ave. Call
412-3800 for reservations.
* Wednesday, 9:30 a.m.-
12:30 p.m., free individual
assistance with Medicare,
Medicaid and other insur-
ance programs at Senior
Friends Activity Center, 4046
Sawyer Road, Sarasota. Res-
ervations required. Call (888)
685-1596.
Meetings
* Alcoholics Anonymous
meets Tuesdays and Thurs-
days at 7:30 p.m. at Engle-
wood Community Hospital,
700 Medical Blvd. For more
information, call 426-7655.
* Alzheimer's support group
meets Thursdays at 2 p.m.-at
Manor Care ofVenice, 1450 E.
Venice Ave. Call 486-8088.
* Alzheimer's support group
meets the first and third
Tuesday at 2 p.m. at the Alz-
heimer's Association office in


the South County Resource
Center, 7810 South Tamiami
Trail, Venice. Reservations are
required. Call 492-4332.
* Alzheimer's support group
meets Tuesdays at 3 p.m. at
the Senior Friendship Center,
2350 Scenic Drive, Venice.
Call 493-3065.
* Manatee/Sarasota Chapter
of the Alzheimer's Associ-
ation meets the first Tuesday
at 2 p.m. at 1230 S. Tuttle
Ave., Sarasota. For more
information, call 365-8883.
* The Amputee support
group meets Fridays at 9:30
a.m. in the Lions Club Com-
munity Room at Bon Secours
Venice HealthPark, 1283 Jaca-
randa Blvd. Call 486-6057.
* Bi-polar Buddies support
group meets Wednesdays at
1 p.m. at Prospect House,
240-B S. Tuttle Ave., Sarasota.
Call 953-3477.
* Bypass and Bandster Bud-
dies of Char-Lee-Sota meets
the second and fourth Wed-
nesdays at 6:30 p.m. at the
Bon Secours Women's Con-
nection Resource Center,
21297 Olean Blvd., Port Char-
lotte. Call Joy at 204-3044 or
Shawn at (863) 990-0082
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National Alliance for the
Mentally Ill of Sarasota Co.,
Inc., a family support, educa-
tion and advocacy organiza-
tion, meets Wednesday Feb.
2, at 7 p.m. at Bon Secours
Venice HealthPark, Room
1283, Jacaranda Blvd. Dr.
Andrew Cutler, Department
of Psychiatry and Behavioral
Medicine at University of
South Florida, president and
medical director, CORE Re-
search Inc., discusses local
clinical trials for bipolar and
schizophrenia disorders. All
interested persons welcome.
Call 941-921-6212.
SHHH events
* Dr. Terry Portis, executive
director of SHHH from Wash-
ington, D.C., speaks Sunday,
Feb. 6, 1:30-4:30 p.m. at Selby
Public Library, 1331 First St.,
Sarasota. The Sarasota


Chapter of SHHH hosts this
presentation on Fear, Frus-
tration and Fatigue: The Per-
sonal Side of Hearing Loss,
followed by refreshments.
The public is welcome. RSVP
by Feb. 3 to Francis Beecher,
president, at 952-9011 or visit
shhhsarasota.org.
* Dr. Harvey Abrams, chief
audiologist at the VA. Medical
Center in Bay Pines, is the
guest speaker Friday, Feb. 4,
at the Self Help for Hard of
Hearing People meeting at 1
p.m. at the Cultural Center of
Charlotte County, 2280 Aaron
St., Port Charlotte. His topic is
Hearing Loss Education. The
public is welcome. Call (941)
575-1914.
BodyTalk
Debbie Moran, certified


BodyTalk practitioner and
instructor, teaches Module I
of the BodyTalk course Sat-
urday and Sunday, Feb. 5
and 6, at the Holiday Inn
Express Siesta Key, 9 a.m.-6:30
p.m. BodyTalk is a nonin-
vasive healing modality that
can be used to help many
health problems, especially
those associated with chronic
pain and musculoskeletal
disorders. Call 923-9300 for
more information.
Women's group
Wednesday, Feb. 16, Woman
to Woman, a cancer educa-
tion and support group,
meets at 3:30 p.m. Bon
Secours Place at HealthPark,
Lilac Room, 1121 Jacaranda
Blvd., Venice. For more infor-
mation, call the American'


* Cancer education and sup-
port group meets Mondays,
10 a.m., The Wellness Com-
munity offers free ongoing
support for people with can-
cer, their families and care-
givers at Jacaranda Trace,
Cadbury Commons Building,
second floor, Enrichment
Center Room, 3600 William
Penn Way, Venice. For more
information, call 921-5539 or
visit wellness-swfl.org.
* Caregiver support group
and respite care is offered
Tuesday at St. Marks Epis-
copal Church, Venice, 10:30
a;m.-1:30 p.m. Support and
respite for caregivers and
their loved ones. Lunch pro-
vided. Contact Wendy Kuls-
car, LCSW Jewish Family &
Children's ,Service at 366-
2224.
* Co-Dependents Anony-
mous meets Thursdays,
noon-1 p.m. at the Venice
Bible Church, 2395 West
Shamrock Drive, Venice. Call
488-8025.
* Coping With... series meets.
the first Wednesday at Engle-
wood Community Hospital,
700 Medical Blvd. For more
information, call 474-7170.
* Emotions Anonymous
meets Mondays at 11:30 a.m.


Cancer Society at 497-4309,
Ext. 24.
Aquatic classes
The Arthritis Foundation
holds an Arthritis Aquatics
class at the South County
YMCA, 701 Center Road in
Venice.
Arthritis Aqua classes are
Saturday, noon-1 p.m. and
Thursday, 4:30-5:30 p.m.
Arthritis Plus classes are
Saturday, 1-2 p.m. and Mon-
day, 4:30-5:30 p.m. Prices are
$20 per month (8 classes), $3
Walk-in fee for YMCA mem-
bers or $30 per month (8.
classes), $5 walk-in fee for
nonmembers.
For an application, call the
YMCA at 492-9622 or the
Arthritis Foundation at (800)
741-4008.


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Methodist Church, Nokomis.
Call 966-3463.
* Living with Moods of a
Loved One group meets
Wednesday, 6-7:15 p.m. at
Sarasota Memorial Hospital's
Bayside Center for Behavioral
Health, 1625 S. Osprey Ave.
Call 917-7760.
* Looking at Life as a Senior
Adult support group meets
Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-2:30
p.m. at Bayside Center for
Behavioral Health, 1625 S.
Osprey Ave., Sarasota. Fees
are covered by Medicare. Call
917-7760.
* Lupus support group meets
the first Thursday at Selby
Public Library, 1331 1st St.,
Sarasota. For more informa-
tion, call 954-1606.
* Mature Adult lecture series
is held the first Thursday at
3 p.m. at the Mature Adult
Counseling Center, 2087
South Tamiami Trail, Venice.
For more information,, call
497-4951.
* Venice MS Self Help Group
meets the first Tuesday, 7-9
p.m. at Bon Secours Venice
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SOUTH EDITION EDITOR
(941) 207-1102
atavloreveniceaondolier.com


SOUTH NEWS


SVCA board sets


2005 priorities


At its program planning
meeting Jan. 23, the South
Venice Civic Association's
board of directors spent the
day ,in special session to
brainstorm and then set pri-
orities for 2005. Many ideas
and recommendations were
approved.
The following are the top
four priorities:







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Build more direct rela-
tionships \with Sarasota
County government by invit-
ing speakers to every meeting
to discuss subjects of current
interest; invite a county com-
missioner every third month
to address the membership.
Add a second subject/enter-
tainment when available.
Increase the membership
to exceed 1,000. Create an
active membership commit-
tee to divide the subdivision
into zones and make person-
al visits to "future" members
so they understand clearly
the benefits of supporting the
SVCA; provide the committee
with adequate materials to
hand out.
Set up an Internet system
through Yahoo to inform
members who have sent in
their e-mail addresses to re-
ceive information and notices
of SVCA events. Two board
members will complete the
installation and inform the
membership in a timely man-
ner.
Celebrate the 50th anni-
versary year with special
activities and a special theme
with logos and other recogni-
tions.
Special event: The first
potluck supper in January
was extremely successful. By
popular demand, the second
supper will be held Friday,
Feb. 4, at 6 p.m. at the South
Venice Community Center,
720 Alligator Drive.
It is open to all residents in
the subdivision who want to
make friends and learn more
about the SVCA's golden
anniversary. Bring a dish to
share with others.
For more information, call
the office at 493-0006.

Ellen Hillstrom is the
South Venice Civic
Association Development
director She writes a regular
column for this page.


Permits coming for Manasota



Key beach restoration project


BY GAVIN OFF
STAFF WRITER

Charlotte County consul-
tants said they expect to
receive state and federal per-
mits for the Stump Pass
Beach State Park Stabilization
project within a month.
They're also hoping to
receive Federal Emergency
Management Agency funds
to perform maintenance
dredges in Stump Pass. Those,
however, could take months
to materialize.
Michael Poff of Coastal
Engineering Consultants said
the county is on the verge of
acquiring the permits to allow
Beach Restoration Inc. to
install a submerged groin sys-
tem to stabilize Stump Pass
Beach State Park.
County officials have been
talking about the project for
more than a year.
"It's a matter of crossing
the Ts and dotting the Is," Poff
said. "We don't have it in writ-
ing from them, but for the
first time in years, we feel
we've gotten over the obsta-
cles."
The groin system, Poff
said, would reduce the
amount of sand moving
south along the park, there-
fore slowing the rate sand fills
in the channel.


Geotextile tubes, placed in
the waters off the park, would
create sand deposit zones
that would cut down the
cross-shore sand transporta-
tion along the bottom of the
Gulf of Mexico.
Scientific calculations state
that 80 percent of the total
sand transport happens
along the bottom 20 percent
of water.
The tubes would extend
about 1,000 feet and be
placed in up to 10 feet of
water.
"It will slow (the move-
ment of sand) down, not stop
it," Poff said. "It will keep the
sand on the beach longer."
The project, budgeted for
$1 million, includes construc-
tion and three years of moni-
toring.
Consultants will also mon-
itor a beach without the
tubes, likely somewhere be-
tween Chadwick Park and the
state park, to judge the pro-
ject's success.
Poff will meet individually
with commissioners this
week and formally brief the
board Feb. 8 on the upcoming
projects.
He said FEMA has accept-
ed two applications for the
maintenance of Stump Pass.

Please see BEACH, 13B


Pit-


SUN FILE PHOTO BY LISA CONDER
Charlotte County consultants are expecting state and federal
approval next month for a Stump Pass Beach State Park
restoration project. The $1 million project would slow the flow
of sand into. the pass, therefore keeping it on the beach
longer.


Commissioner Carusone pays back taxes


BYMICHAELAMCDANIEL
STAFF WRITER


Paid in full.
These are words Joe and
Vanessa Carusone have want-
ed to hear for the past three
years.
However, after the North
Port city commissioner and


her husband, Joe, sunk their
life savings into a local restau-
rant, they found paying their
taxes and house payments
was extremely difficult after
being evicted from their
North Port restaurant.
"We made so many im-
provements to the building at
Biscayne Plaza when we


opened Slice of New York,"
said Joe Carusone. "We had to
make the bathrooms ADA
(Americans With Disabilities)
accessible and do all kinds of
things that weren't existing
but required by building
codes. Then when new own-
ers took over, we were told to
go. There went all the money


we invested in our business."
Joe Carusone began pay-
ing back taxes. Last year, he
went to New York for six
weeks to earn money to take
care of house payments to get
their North Port home out of
foreclosure. He also opened a

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FRIDAY
JAN. 28, 2005 RELIGION


CONTACT US
DEBBIE SHULMAN
RELIGION EDITOR
(941)207-1106
dshulman@venicegondolier.com


Can we be pro-choice


and anti-abortion?


REV. SUSANNE NAZIAN
RELIGION COLUMNIST

It was with great pleasure
that I read the invitation from
my respected colleague to
dialogue on the issue of abor-
tion. I join him in feeling it is
time for the nation to unite on
this issue. I don't, however,
agree that we can unite under
his position of banning legal-
ized abortion. If common
ground is to befound, it must
be through reasoned dia-
logue that allows for creative
solutions.
Nor am I going to argue the
issue based on isolated state-
ments taken from a scripture
nearly 2,000 years old. As we


often say in Unitarian Uni-
versalism, the truth of any
statement does not rest on its
authority, but its authority
rests on its truth. I believe
that human beings are
charged with using reason
and conscience to live reli-
giously in this world, what-
ever their faith.
In 1973, Roe v. Wade left to
women and their physicians
the right to choose abortion
in the first trimester of preg-
nancy. I remember the days
before that landmark deci-
sion. Young women died, or
were rendered sterile by ille-
gal, unsanitary abortions.
Many of them were too young
and too innocent to even
know how they came to be
pregnant. Pregnancy usually
meant rejection by the
sources of their deepest sup-
port: their family and their
church. Churches have al-
ways said that they love the
sinner and hate the sin. Many
women have not experienced
that at all, as they have had to
combine the grief of an

Please see NAZIAN, 7B


RELIGION BRIEFS


Pancakes
* Emmanuel Lutheran
Church, 800 South Tamiami
Trail in Venice, the last Sun-
day of every month (Jan. 30),
4:30-6 p.m. Free. For more
information, call 488-4942.
* Christ United Methodist
Church, 1475 Center Road,
Venice, Saturday, Feb. 5, 8-
9:30 a.m. Adults, $4; $1 for
students and children young-
er than 12.
* Grace United Methodist
Church Men's Club, Triplett
Family Enrichment Center,
400 E. Field Ave., Venice,
Saturday, Feb. 5, 8-10 a.m.
Adults, $3.50; $1 for children
younger than 12. Shop the
Country Store, 7:30-10:30
a.m. Call 486-4153.
Concerts
* The Society of Friends
(Quakers) hosts a gospel con-
cert by April Glasco on Friday,
Jan. 28, at 7 p.m. at 3139 57th
St., Sarasota. Call 358-5759.
* The all-volunteer Salvation
Army Band and Songsters
from Clearwater, Fla., per-
form at Christ United Meth-
odist Church, 1475 Center
Road in Venice, Jan. 29 at 7
p.m. The public is invited;
donations accepted. Call
493-7504.


* A Classical Weekend with
five-member Manhattan Mu-
sic Ensemble takes place Jan.
29 at 7:30 p.m. and Jan. 30 at
2:30 p.m. at St. Andrew
United Church of Christ, 6908
Beneva Road, Sarasota. Sug-
gested donations are $12 for
adults, $5 for students. Call
922-7595 or 484-1755.
* Dr. and Mrs. Larry Johnson
from Ontario are the special
musical guests Sunday, Jan.
30, at 6 p.m. at the Calvary
Bible Church, 1936 E. Venice
Ave. The public is invited to
this free event. Call 485-7070
or visit CBCVenice.com.
* Bring a loved one to A
Romantic Valentine's Even-
ing, 7:30 p.m. Monday, Feb.
14, at St. Andrew Playhouse,
6908 Beneva Road, Sarasota.
This event features love
songs, poetry and readings,
and chocolate and roses.
Suggested donation is $7.50.
Sponsored by St. Andrew
Theatre Ministries. For reser-
vations, call 922-7595 or
484-1755.
* James Anderson, Mario
Mariani and Joseph Spinella
and soprano Rebecca Price,
with accompanist Lee Dou-
gherty Ross, return to Venice

Please see RELIGION, 7B


Our Lady of Lourdes shrine

dedication set for Feb. 11


PHOTO COURTESY OF OUR LADY OF LOURDES CATHOLIC CHURCH
Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church, Venice, dedicates its
new garden shrine in honor of its patroness Friday, Feb. 11,
the Feast Day of Our Lady of Lourdes, patroness and consoler
of the sick. The dedication ceremony begins with the 9 a.m.
Mass in the chapel, recitation of the Holy Rosary and
Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament until noon, followed by
the Dedication Rite at 12:30 p.m. at the garden shrine of Our
Lady of Lourdes and St. Bernadette. All are welcome.


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EPISCOPAL CHURCH
OF THE
GOOD SHEPHERD
* A Welcoming Church
* Christian Education for all ages
* Small Group Ministries
Weekly Services
Sunday s: 8a.m. HoI. Conimmnion
10:00 a.m. Choral Eucharist
Sunday School & Nursery 10:00 a.m.
Wednesday: 9:15 HC, Bible Study
Saturday: (October April)
4:30 p.m. HC
The Rev. Richard B. Lampert, Rector
1115 Center Rd., Venice 497-7286
www.goodshepherdvenice.org







Sunday Worship Services
Children Welcome, All Ages
Sunday School 11:00AM
Metaphysical Bookstore
S Workshops, Classes,
S Yoga & T'ai Chi
Unity Church of Venice
125 N. Jackson Road, Venice, Florida
Please join us for Sunday Services
9:30 & 11:00 AM
Rev. Patricia Reiter
941-484-5342
www.veniceunity.com
Discover Unity's positive, practical
Christianity.


First Baptist
Church of Venice
312 W. Miami Ave.,
485-1314
Hours of Worship
Sunday School 9:30 AM
Classic Worship Service
8:30 AM
Contemporary Worship
Service 10:30 AM
Evening Worship 6:00 PM


FAITH BAPTIST
CHURCH
2241 Kilpatrick Rd.
Nokomis, FL 34275
(941) 484-1516
Pastor Rick Osborn
Sunday School 9:30 am
Children's Church 10:30 am
Morning Worship 10:30 am
SEvening Service 6:00 pm
Wed. Service 7:00 pm

LAKESIDE LUTHERAN
CHURCH
2401 S. Tamiami Trail
Across from So. Cty. Admin. Bldg.
The Rev. Dr. Randy Winkel
S 493-5102
Worship 8:00 & 10:30 a.m.
Adult Bible Study 9:15
Sunday School & Nursery 10:30
SYouth Group Sundays at 6 p.m.
ChriStian Marriage & Family Counseling
Counseling Office 493-5102


Venice United Church Of Christ
The Rev. Don Wilson, Sr. Pastor
Sunday Worship 10 AM 620 Shamrock Blvd. 493-6741
www.veniceucc.org
| No matter where you are on life's journey, you are welcome here!
God is Still Speaking!




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Seeking His Supremacy For His Glory
Presenting Everyone Complete In Christ
www.venicebiblechurch.com
Nursery-Children-Youth-Cell Groups-Bible Institute
185829 Sunday Services 9:00 & 10:40 a.m.
2395 W. Shamrock Drive 493-2788 (west of U.S. 41)




208 Palm Ave, Nokomis FL 34275 Phone 488-4137
(W of US 41, 4 blocks S of Albee Road)
www.vnumc.com vnumc@verizon.net
Sunday Worship Service
Traditional: 8:00, 9:30 & 11:00 AM Contemporary: 9:30 M
Children's Puppet Church: 9:30 AM
Church School: 10:45 AM
Rev. J. Gordon Rails, Senior Pastor
Rev. J. Ralph Burton, Asst. Pastor
Wesley John Schumacher, Director of Music


GRACE UNITED
METHODIST CHURCH
Open Hearts, Open Minds,
Open Doors
400 E. Field Ave., Venice, FL
488-1374
S 8:00 &10:30 AM
Traditional Worship
10:30 AM Contemporary
Worship
9:15 am Sunday School
Nursery Available All Services
Youth Weekly Meeting
Weekday pre-school 485-4312


Trinity
Presbyterian
Church

Worship: 8:45 & 11 a.m.
Church School: 10:00 a.m.
Nursery Provided

4365 State Road 776
a Between Jacaranda Blvd. & Rt. 41
South Venice Area 493-0018
www.TrinityPC.org.


There's a place for you here!
Emmanuel Lutheran Church-ELCA
790 S. Tamiami Trl. S, Venice On the Island! 488-4942
; Worship with us Nursery available at all services
S Sat. at 5:00 PM Sun. at 8:30 AM and 11:00 AM



CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
"Divine Love'Always Has Met And Always Will Meet Every Human Need,"
Mary Baker Eddy 941-486-1406
First Church of Christ, Scientist, 600 West Venice Avenue, Venice
"'~? Sunday Service and Sunday School at 10:30 am
Wednesday Evening Testimony Meeting at 7:30 pm p
SChild Care available at all services
SReading Room located in the Church
Mon.-Wed.-Sat. 10:00 am to 1:00 pm and Wed. Evening 7:00-7:30


UNITARIAN UNIVERSALIST CONGREGATION OF VENICE
Pinebrook Rd. at Edmondson Rd.
Sunday, January 30, 10:30 A.M.
In "Three Cheers For You" UUA Board of Trustee member and UUCOV
guest Joan Lund will speak about caring and reaching out.
Sunday Morning Forum will launch the series "What in the World"
with the topic "Modern Slavery" at 2300 Edmondson Road at 9 a.m.
Music Director: Dr. David B. Katz
Church School For Children Sunday 10:30 a.m.
www.uucov.co Tel. 485.2105



508 Riviera St., Venice, Fl. (2 block behind Venice Bon Secours Hospital)
Office ,488-7714
S Sunday's 8:00 a.m. Holy Communion
9:30 a.m. Holy Communion (with nursery)
10:30 a.m. Christian Education (adult and youth)
11:15 a.m. Holy Communion
(Breakfast served 1st Sunday of each month 9:00-11:00)
Wednesday's 9:30 a.m. Holy Communion & Healing Service
The Rev. Christopher N. Gray, Rector The Rev. James H. Puryear, Assoc. Rector


Islam Awareness Seminar
& Special Meetings
SBest selling author Reza Safa, a former
S devout Shiite Muslim from Iran with
his father being a poet and Muslim
scholar, makes this an insightful and
timely seminar. Some subjects that
will be covered are:
V God's plan, purpose and times for the
nations as they relate to the Muslim world.
V A history of the Muslim world, especially its
modern-day interactions with America and Israel.
/ How radical Islam will increase over the coming years in several
nations.
Is revival happening in Iran, and in Muslims in these last days. How
can I share my faith with a Muslim?
Seminar: Feb. 5th (Saturday) 9-12 am
February 4-6 (Friday-Saturday-Sunday) nights at
7 for Special Meetings with Reza!
Fisherman's Net Community Church
S101 West Venice Ave., Suite #7
a For information call: 941223-1180


S You're Invited Ve ilce
-CHRIST UNITED
SMETHODIST Presbyterlan
CHURCH Church
Steven Miller, Pastor Meaningful Messages -
Larry Potts, Associate Pastor Magnificent Music
Sunday Morning Worship
Year Round 10:30am Sunday Services 8:30 & 11:00 a.m.
Nov.-Apr. 8:45am & 10:30am Wednesday Night Live
Sunday School 9:00am Dinner: 5:15 pm,'classes 6:30 pm
Nursery Provided For All Services On the Island, 2 blocks south
S493-7504 of Bon Secours Hospital
S 1475 Center Road,Venice on th Rwialto
www.cumc.info \ www.venicepresbyterian.ore


OUR SAVIOR LUTHERAN CHURCH (ELCA)
,' Sunday Worship 10a.m.
4f&o | 2705 N. Tamiami Trail, Nokomis
i m' Rev. Clifford A. Zeckser, Pastor
Rev. Carl F. Kaltreider, Interim Pastor
A* ,,V-i We welcome you! 941-966-4442


,, Reformed Community Church
S 1600 Banyan1 Drive, Venice, FL 34293
"., 941-493-3075
--* Sunday School 9:30AM
Pastor Neal S. Busker Worship Service 10:30AM
our Mission To glorify God Bible Study Thursday 11:00AM
by practicing Faith, Prayer meeting 1st Wednesday of'
Hope and Charity each month 7:00PM All Welcome


Auburn Road Presbyterian Church
(Presbyterian Church in America) 642 N. Auburn Rd. 485-3551
Dwight L. Dolby, Pastor
Sharon E. Rogers, Director of Music
SSunday Worship 10:30 a.m. Bible Class 9:00 a.m.
4 Wednesday Eves Prayer Service 6:30 p.m.




CALVARY BIBLE CHURCH
1936 E. Venice Ave.
Sound Bible Teaching 9:30, 10:30 & 6:00 pm
Hymns of the Faith www.cbcvenice.com
1* AWANA & Youth (941) 485-7070
S "every visitor an honored guest..."
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Amuf y f (Sod

Rev. Randy E. Burt, Pastor
A strong emphasis on charismatic
worship and the gospel of
| salvation through Jesus Christ.


Wednesday 7:00 P.M.
Bible Discovery
Friday One Hour Before Sunset
Sunset sing-a-long held on Venice Beach
Sunday
9:30 A.M. Christian Education
10:30 A.M. Contemporary Worship
7:00 P.M. Evening Praise Celebration,
Located in the Galleria Plaza
2115 S.Tamiami Tr. Venice, Fl
Office: 493-0775 9 A. M. 3 P.M.
Tuesday 7:00 PM. Healing Class
1st & 3rd Tuesday Monthly


New Hope

Christian Church

PEOPLE OF ENCOURAGEMENT
SUNDAY MORNING SERVICE at 10:00
Contemporary Music Casual Dress Practical Messages Great Coffee
$ 249 South Tamiami Trail Palm Square Shopping Center Nokomis
s 488-8051 or www.newhopepeople.org












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unplanned and unwanted
pregnancy with loss of their
church community; and con-
sequently a feeling of the loss
of God's love and mercy. Many
of us who grew up in the 1950s
and 1960s remember the girl
from high school-who was
doomed to a life of rejection,
whether or not she gave the
baby up for adoption.
The church, too, rejected
those who had made the
painful choice to seek an
abortion. Coupled with the
pain, danger and fear of an
illegal abortion was the deep
fear of parents finding out, of
lengthy hospitalization for
complications, and of the
rejection of their God for their
alleged sin.
The Roe v. Wade decision
ended the reliance of desper-
ate women and girls on un-
ethical, unsanitary and often
unlicensed physicians if their
decision was to seek an abor-
tion. Other. options existed:
the girls or women could
choose to bear a child and
give it up for adoption, or
could choose to keep that
child. We have many young
women on Aid for Depend-
ent Children and other gov-
ernment programs; young
women who continue to have
babies, often by different
fathers and who live and raise
those children in poverty,
often in neighborhoods or
projects where danger is a
way of life, and gang warfare
and drug traffic is everywhere.
Aid is unavailable if there is a.
man in the home. These
young women are kept from
forming a family.What exactly
is the "life" we insist is prefer-
able to abortion in this case?
My cousin's daughter gave
up her child for adoption.
"Marie" spent every day of
her life thereafter in guilt and
longing for that child, even
after counseling. No one
wanted to share the shame of
her pregnancy with the fami-
ly, and the decision was
made. A few years later, suf-
fering from a weight of guilt
her church was unable and
unwilling to lift, Marie died
in a traffic accident. She was
drinking. She took the life of a
father of two little children in


that dreadful accident.
And what of the victims of
rape, incest and those who,
are mentally incapable of
making such a decision?,Are
they, too, to be doomed to the
trauma of bearing a child that
carries with it the unspeak-
able memories of a crime per-
petrated against them? How
can the church support them
through that experience? I
don't think it can. So I whole-
heartedly support the Roe v.
Wade decision, and will loud-
ly oppose those who attempt
to alter it.
It's assumed, though, that
those of us who support Roe
v. Wade are pro-abortion.
Most of us are not. I personal-
ly oppose abortion, but I am
pro-choice. I have never be-
lieved that what is between a
woman and her God is my
right or anyone else's right to
either legislate or judge.
Logically, if I opposed all
abortion, I also must oppose
many methods of birth con-
trol. Most work by preventing
a fetus from implanting in the/
uterus, not by preventing its
fertilization. I am an active
proponent of birth control
and birth control education~ t
One of the reasons I'e
stood so solidly behind Plan-
ned Parenthood is not that
they provide abortions/for
those who make that deci-
sion. It is that they provide
education in the use of birth
control and thus foster the
prevention of unwanted
pregnancies. I've said Iefore
that teens have always been
sexually active, despite our
best and worst efforts to
encourage abstinence. Plan-
ned Parenthood educators.
are a proven tool:to reduce
the rate of teen pregnancy ,
and by definition, to redu e
the rate of abortion.
It seems to me that our
place of unity is not in ban-
ning abortion and overturn-
ing the law of the land, but in
uniting IN SUPPORT OF
EDUCATION! If our aim is
truly to reduce or eliminate
abortion, then the waytb do it
that does not violate the prin-
ciple of separation of church
and state is to focus n pre-
venting pregnancy. I1s also to


focus on eh eating the vio-
lence of rej and incest in
this socier. abortion did not
end whenit was illegal. It sim-
ply prone ted violence, fear,
and injuy to young women.
It won'tend now by religious-
ly drive legislation. Logically,
if we v't to end abortion, it
wouldinake sense to support
education in prevention of
unwanted and unplanned
pregnancies. I have difficulty
witMlthose who would oppose
boQh women's choice AND
education.
'If we bog down in one
issue, we stand no chance of
uniting this nation. What if
we were to focus on being a
nation" of respect and toler-
ance, peace and justice?
What if we were to focus ori
strengtheningg the individuals
and/ifamilies in our churches'
carp, strengthening them
morally and spiritually to
:thstand the temptations of
.drugs and violence and to see
Sexuality with reverence and
' respect? What if we were to
focus on being a land where
each person could be guided
by their own faith and con-
science rather than by the
dictates of a single one? What
if we could support each girl
who chose to have and keep a
child or to give that child for
adoption? What if we could
embrace her, provide for her
and her child, educate her
and fulfill our responsibility
to her in love? And what if
we, as religious communities,
could offer reconciliation and
love to those who choose one
difficult answer over another?
Our task as religious com-
munities must not be to
stamp out those ideas that
oppose ours, but to learn to
work together for the better-
ment of life in our civic com-
munities. It is not to stamp
our mind on others, but to
use our minds together for
workable solutions to our
very real problems.

Rev. Susanne Nazian is
minister of the Unitarian
Universalist Congregation of
Venice. She can be reached at
uucov@aol.com or through
the congregation's office at
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$15 and benefit the Parish
Ministries Endowment Fund.
Tickets are available at the
Paper Pad, 213 W. Venice Ave.,
or by calling Dorothy at 497-
1865 or Judy at 497-4071.
* The Gulfcoast Sandpiper
Chorus, presented by St.
Andrew Theatre Ministries,
takes place at 3 p.m. Sunday,
Feb. 20, at 6908 Beneva Road,
Sarasota. Enjoy a full barber-
shop chorus and quartets.
Suggested donations are $12
for adults, $5 for students. For
information, call 922-7595 or
484-1755.
Booksale
Epiphany Cathedral in
Venice holds a used book sale
in Marion Hall Saturday, Jan.
29, 9 a.m.-7 p.m. and Sunday,
Jan. 30, 10 a.m.-7 p.m. More
than 10,000 books, most
priced at $0.50, $0.75 or $1.
Some older, collectible and
autographed books priced
higher. Follow the signs.
Study
SThe Friends of Israel
Ministry's Promise Video
Series will be shown at
Calvary Bible Church, 1936 E.
Venice Ave., Venice, Fridays,
9-10:15 a.m. These presenta-
tions are free and refresh-
ments will be served. Call
485-7070.
* A discussion of modern
slavery launches the new
What in the World series pre-
sented by the Adult Educa-
tion Committee at the Uni-
tarian Universalist Congre-
gation of Venice, 9 a.m. Sun-
day, Jan. 30, at 2300 Edmond-
son Road. Background read-
ing material can be found in
UUWorld, Nov./Dec. 2004,
pages 30-36 aty uuworld.org.
Forums are open to the pub-
lic. For more information, call
485-2105 or visit uucov.com.
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adults, Sundays through Feb.
6, at 10 a.m. The public is
invited. "Breaking the Da-
Vinci Code" is led by Pastor,
Head of Staff, Dr. Chuck
Wiggins. "Ordering Your Pri-
vate World" is led byAssociate
Pastor Rev. Ron Kruzel. Call
493-0018.
* Wednesday Bible studies
and dinner take place at
Venice-Nokomis United
Methodist Church at 208
Palm Ave., Nokomis. Studies
are at 4 p.m. and 6:15 p.m.
A catered dinner (by reserva-
tion) is at 5 p.m. For more
information, call 488-4137.
* All women are invited to
Beth Moore's "To Live Is
Christ," Thursdays at 9:30
a.m. at First Baptist Church of
Venice. Call Ethel at 475-8105.
* Our Lady of Lourdes
Church, 1301 Center Road,
Venice, offers a Bible class
directed by Father Vincent
Sheehy on the Gospel of St.
John, through March 14,7:30-
9 p.m. Call 497-2931.
* "Cakes for the Queen of
Heaven II," an eight-week
course for women, takes
place Wednesdays at 7 p.m. at
the Unitarian Universalist
Congregation of Venice at
2300 Edmondson Road. The
course seeks to provide an
empowering and uplifting
personal experience for
women in search of their
spiritual roots..Non-UU fe-
male friends are welcome.
Registration is required.
Course fee is $25. For more
information, call 485-2100.
* Christ United Methodist
Church holds a Thursday
Alpha class through April 7,6-
9 p.m. at 1475 Center Road in
Venice. This free course is a
casual, Bible-based examina-
tion of life from a Christian
perspective. All are welcome;
donations accepted for din-
ner. Call 493-7504 or visit
alphausa.org.

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8B NIBBLES
FRIDAY
JAN. 28, 2005 H


BY NANCY BRACHEY
GUEST WRITER


Q: My Shasta daisies, which
just finished blooming, are cov-
ered with a mold or fungus.
Should I cut these back? Will
they bloom again in the fall? Or
should I just prepare for next
spring?
SA It's been a summer for
fungus in many places, that's
for sure. Constant, steady
rainfall turned loose a torrent
of problems, causing root,
stem and leaf diseases not
seen for years.
Plants set closely together
or with lots of foliage on the
stems seemed especially sus-
ceptible because the sun's
rays didn't dry them off very
well in advance of the next
deluge. And plants that didn't
get the benefit of the morn-
ing sun's drying rays also
proved susceptible.
And so, we've got it on
many types of perennials and
annuals prone to attack by
fungus in wet summers.
The best thing you can do
is go over the plants thor-
oughly with your pruning
shears and take off every bit
of infected stem, leaf and
seed head. That is the first
step. The fungus attacking
your plants is probably pow-
dery mildew. Once you've
cleaned up the plants, spray
them with a fungicide that


BY ALAN J. HEAVENS
GUEST WRITER


I was watching TV the
other evening when my wife
arrived with an unopened
bottle of barbecue sauce for
the chicken wings she was
about to make.
"Do the guy thing," she
said, and handed me the bot-
tle. I twisted the cap loose and
handed it back to her.
Twisting off that cap didn't
require much effort, but there
have been times when the
only way I could get to the
contents of a bottle or jar was
by whacking it with some
blunt instrument.
Over the years, there have
been a number of gadgets
produced to allow husbands
to retain some of their dignity
when asked to open virtually
unopenable jars.
As I recall, my mother's
kitchen included a device that
locked onto the cap of a jar,
which was thern manually
loosened under a great deal of
pressure, created by twisting a


states on the label it works
against powdery mildew.
Do not expect more
bloom from your Shastas this
year. But thank your lucky
stars that your plants don't
have the dreaded root rot,
which would likely kill them,
as it has many plants with a
low tolerance for wet soil this
summer.
With a living root system,
you should expect a nice
renewal of your Shastas next
spring, when perhaps it won't
be raining quite so much and
so often.
Q: I have a crape myrtle,
about 5 or 6 years old. It is
blooming profusely, looking
beautiful. However, I noticed
that the bark is peeling. Can you
help me understand why and
whether this is negative (and, if
so, what should I do)?
A A crape myrtle's peeling
bark is definitely not a nega-
tive. It adds texture and color
contrast through the year,
but especially in winter.
That's when, with the tree
missing its flowers and
leaves, this interesting bark
really shows up, the cinna-j
mon, beige, gray and cream
colors more vivid in winter's
softer light. The official term
for this peeling bark- if
you're keen to develop your
garden vocabulary is exfo-
liating. So, please see this as
an asset, not a negative, and


handle on the top of the
device.
But these are modern
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to age-old problems aren't in
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the height and diameter of
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lid.
How does it work?
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place the jar on aturntable.
You hold the release but-
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of the jar opener so it rests on
top of the jar.
Then you press and hold
the on/off button until the lid
pops. The opened lid rests on
top of the jar for removal, to
prevent spillage.
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nothing to worry about.
Q: Now that my day lilies ate
bloomed out and the seedpos
are there, can I cut them back
Should I wait?
A: Just cut the flowering
stems, called scapes, off to
the base. Don't cut off the
leaves. The plant needs them
to keep growing until dor-
mancy this winter.
Q: Several years ago. I plant-
ed azaleas in front of my house
and several lenten rose plants.
(All of this was and is in the
shade.) Now the azaleas have
grown to the extent that the
lenten roses are not visible at
all.
A Lenten roses possess a
beautiful toughness about
them that makes them a top
choice among perennials for
many gardeners. They look
good most of the year and
their pretty blooms last
weeks, even months, on the
plant. Along with hostas, they
are the best perennials for
shade.
They're a shade perennial
but not meant to live under
the azaleas, where they will
languish. So dig up the
clumps and move them to
another shady spot where
they'll have room to call their
own. You can do this, thanks
to the mild, wet weather
we're having during the sum-
mer. Just keep them watered
while they get established.


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DEBBIE SHULMAN
VENUE EDITOR
(941) 207-1106
dshulman@venicegondolier.com


Propagating crape myrtles


Curing powdery mildew on Shasta


daisies is possible with a little work


long and immediately dip in
water; do not let them get
bruised. While you're prepar-
ing each one, keep the others
wet. The prepared cutting
should be about 4 inches
long and include three nodes
- the junctures where a leaf
emerges from the stem.
Remove the bottom leaf and
trim the cutting just below
that node.
With a sharp knife, deftly
remove a sliver of the green
bark on one side from the
bottom inch of the cutting.
Remove the top of the cut-
ting above the third node
(thus diverting growing hor-
mones from further top
growth, encouraging root-
ing). Dip the bottom of the
cutting first in a liquid fungi-
cide, then in rooting hor-
mone powder; gently tap off
the excess.
Use a pencil to poke a hole
in the peat-perlite mix, insert
the cutting, and gently firm
the medium around it.
Water the cuttings, and
place all in a large clear plas-
tic bag, seal to retain mois-


ture, and use bottom heat of
65 to 70 degrees (major gar-
den centers sell electric mats
for this purpose). Bright indi-
rect light is best no direct
sun!
Check frequently to
remove leaves or entire cut-
tings that are obviously dead.
Spray with fungicide once a
week. Rooting should take
place in six to 10 weeks -
you can tell there are roots
when you get resistance from
a gentle tug. Once rooted,
feed with a dilute liquid fer-
tilizer periodically.
The rootings will need to
be overwintered in a green-
house or indoors in the plas-
tic bag. They can be potted
the next spring and should
be large enough to plant in
the garden a couple of years
later.

Send your gardening ques-
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Mills, The Philadelphia
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BYANITA GOLD\
GUEST WRITER

Q. Do old ~lloween masks,
papier-mache pumpkins, candy
containers and (elated trick-or-
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childhood have y value?
A. Yes indeed You'll find
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GUEST WRITER

Q: How does one propagate
a crape myrtle? We have tried
rooting in water and soil to no
avail. Herbert Mitzi
A: Crape myrtles are prop-
agated by rooting softwood
cuttings taken in early sum-
\mer, before new growth
begins to harden. They are
considered moderately diffi-
Cult to root, referringto the
readiness with which the
plant roots. The procedure
itself may strike you as too
elaborate to bother.
The important thing is not
letting the cuttings dry out at
all. prepare everything in
adv~ice. Fill small clean
plasfc pots with a 50-50 mix-
ture f peat moss and perlite
that igdamp but not wet.
Tamp the pots lightly to settle
the medium.
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Test your circus skills
tomorrow, Jan. 29 at the John
and Mable Ringling Museum
of Art's Circus Spectacular,
on the grounds of the muse-
um complex, 11 a.m.- 3 p.m.
With the help of the
founders of Circus Sarasota,
Pedro Reis and Dolly Jacobs,
plus additional performers,
visitors will be able to experi-
ence some of the color of the
American circus that has so
long influenced the greater
Sarasota and Venice areas.
Also scheduled are the Wind-
jammers Unlimited Band,
which is known all across the
country for its repertoire of
circus music.
Children of all ages can
learn tricks of the trade, par-
ticipate in hands-on circus
and art activities and enjoy
festival treats from local ven-
dors.
Regular museum admis-
sion includes the Circus
Spectacular Family Festival,
the Windjammers concert, Ca
d'Zan mansion tour, Museum
ofArt, CircusMuseum, and 66
acres of historic lushly land-
scaped grounds. Adults are,
$15; senior citizens (65 and
up) are $12. Children 12 and
under accompanied by an
adult, museum members,
and Florida students and
teachers with valid ID receive
free admission. A premium
four of the Ca d'Zan, Private
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third and fourth floors of the
mansion and the tower, con-
ditions permitting. Advance
tickets are recommended and
can be purchased by calling
(941) 358-3180.

Lemon Bay Playhouse,
Englewood's only community
theater group, holds an open
house Saturday, Jan. 29, at 1
p.m. at the theater, 96 W.
Dearborn St. Anyone interest-
ed in theater is invited to
attend to learn more about
the Playhouse and the oppor-
tunities to volunteer in vari-
ous areas of theater produc-
tion. Representatives from
costumes, props, set build,
set decoration, stage manag-
ing, lighting, publicity and
marketing as well as the box
office and house manage-
ment will discuss their vari-
ous tasks and a tour of the
theater will be given.
For more information or
directions to the theater, call
(941) 475-6756.

The, Venice Historical So-
ciety Depot Docents are back
on track at the Venice Train
Depot where they will give
tours of the restored land-
mark Mondays. Wednesday
and Fridays, every half hour,
beginning at 10 a.m., with the
last tour going our at 2:30p.m.
The tours are free but dona-
tions are welcome. Reserva-
tions are needed for groups of
10 or more. For group reser-

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vations, call 484-0769.

Couples celebrating 25, 50
or more than 50 years of mar-
riage are invited by Bishop
John J. Nevins to a special
Anniversary Mass in their
honor at 1 p.m. Saturday, Feb.
12, at Epiphany Cathedral in
Venice. Priests and deacons of
the Diocese ofVenice also are
invited to attend. Bring an alb
and white stole. Family and
friends are invited to a recep-
tion following the mass at
2:30 p.m. in Epiphany Parish
Hall. Call your local parish
office for reservations no later
than Feb. 8.

Visions of South America
are dancing in the heads of
members 'of Our Lady of
Lourdes Church this holiday
season. This year's annual
parish tour will depart Sept.
14 for 12 days in Argentina
and Brazil, with optional side
trips to Machu Pichu before
the trip and to the Amazon
after the main trip.
After an overnight flight to
Buenos Aires, Argentina. the
group will tour that,city and
do some shopping and sight-
seeing in the area for a few
days before flying to Iguassu
Falls National Park, bordering
Argentina, Paraguay and Bra-
zil. After a day and night
there, the group will fly to Rio
De Janiero. Accommodations
have been booked at one of
its fine beachfront hotels and


there will be tours to the fa-
mous Copacabana and Ipa-
nema beaches, Flemengo
Park, the botanical gardens,
Corcovado and Sugarloaf.
The last night in Rio, the
group will feast at a churras-
caria, a Brazilian barbecue. I
went to one a few years ago in
Rio, which may be the most
beautiful city in the world.
Anyone who goes on this trip
will not likely forget one min-
ute of it.
The fare is $2,649 per per-
son, double occupancy or
$3,299 per person for singles,
round trip from Miami, and
includes cancellation waiver
and travel insurance, hotel
- transfers and departure tax.
You will need a visa as well as
a passport. Expect to pay
about $110 for the visa. To
learn more, callWald Zoller at
(800) 944-3349. You do not
have to be a member of the
church to participate in the
tour.
******
Give a gift of memories for
Valentine's Day a romantic
getaway weekend for two.
Resorts and hotels around the
world have created an array
of packages, all designed to
satisfy those looking for a lit-
te romance. Snuggle by the
fire in Aspen or indulge in a
chocolate fantasy at the Hotel
Hershey.
Aspen's landmark Hotel
Jerome has introduced a
three-night, four-day Suite


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Bud Buckley Sat. 6:00-8:00pm
Folk, Acoustic

American Legion
145 E. Venice Ave.
Venice 488-1157 Ray Vitale Quartet Fri. 7:00-10:00pm
(Dinner)
Larry Williams Band Sun. 4:00-8:00pm
Hot Dogs All Day Mon.
Bingo Wed. 6:00pm,
Jim Brenner Band Thur. 5:00-8:00pm
(Burgers & Wings)

Buddy's Pizza
822 Pinebrook Rd.
Venice 484-6551 Patti Highland Sat. 6:00-9:00pm
SPatti Highland Thur. 5:30-8:30pm

Crow's Nest
1968 Tarpon Cent. Dr.
Venice 484-9551 Tony Florentino Fri. 9:00pm -1:00am
Jimi Banks Sat. 9:00-1:00am1
Patti Highland Mon. 9:00-12:00pm
Tony Florentno Wed. 9:00-12-00pm
Salty Sam Thur. 9:00-12:00pm

Honoluana Tiki Bar
504 S. Tarriiaml Trail
SNokomis 483-3553 Bob Comeau Band Fri. 6:00-10:00pm
Acousticats Sat. 6:00-10:00pm
Soul Source Tues. 6:00-9:00pm
Vertigo Unplugged Thur. 6:00-9:00pm
Platinum
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Venice 486-8887 DJ Ashton Fri. 9:30-1:30am
Soul Source Sat. 9:30-1:30am
Shooting Stars Karaoke Wed. 8:00-12:00pm
Shooting Stars Karaoke Thur. 8:30-12:30am

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1071 N. Tamiami Tr.
Nokomis 488-3775 Gary esher Fri. 7:00pm
Doo Wop Denny Sat. 7:00pm I
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1600 Harbor Dr. S.
Venice 488:1456 Take 2 w,Rene Fri. 7:00-1l:00pm
Moving Target Sat. 7:00 11:00pm
Natural Vibes Sun. 6:00-10:00pm
David Moore Wed. 6:00-10:00pm
David Moore Thurs. 6:00-10:00pm

Snook Haven
5000 E. Venice Ave., Venice
485-7221.'484-2553 Cherry Pie or Fri. 5:00-9:00pm
Ricky & Franky Live
River Ramblers Sat. 11:00-2:00pm
Cherry Pie or Greg Allen 5:00-9:00pm
or Caribbean Cowboy
Outside Band Sun. 1:00-5-00pm
Michael Ray Mor. 11:00-2:00pm
Ron's Dual Sax with 5:00-9:00pm
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and the Snook Haven
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Sandy & Charlie Tues. 11:00-2:00pm
Tim Allan 5:00-9:00m
Mark Cravens Wed. 5:00-9:00pm
Gulf Coast Banjo Society Thur. 11:00-2:00pm
Mark Cravens Thur. 5-00-9:00pm

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525 E. Venice Ave.
Venice 484-0701 Razor .Fri; 8:00-11:OOpm
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Venice Little Theatre Guild announces concert schedule


The Venice Little Theatre
Guild announces its 2005
special event concert sched-
ule for the benefit of the
Venice Little Theatre and
Ruth Brothers Scholarship
Fund.
Feb. 21, Monday at 8 p.m.
Sara in Song, on MainStage.
Vocalist Sara Egglefield sings
jazz and cabaret backed by


the Charlie PrawdzikTrio and
special guests Duncan La-
mont on sax and Lowell Ad-
ams on cello. Listen to Sara at
sarasings.com. Tickets are
$20.
April 25, Wednesday at 8
p.m. Tribute to Big Bands,
starring world famous trum-
peter Leon Merian and his 14-
piece swing band and featur-


ing local artist Judy Alex-
ander, playing the great
music of Glen Miller, Buddy
Rich, Judy Garland and many
more. MainStage. Tickets are
$20.
For more information or to
purchase tickets, call the box
office at 488-1115, Monday
through Saturday, 10 a.m.-5
p.m. or visit at 140 W. Tampa


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ence euphoria courtesy of
ancient Asian healing meth-
ods, while enjoying the best of
what Aspen has to offer.
Guests will luxuriate in deluxe
room accommodations for
three riights, daily full Amer-
ican breakfast for two served
in the privacy of their room or
in the inviting Jacob's Comer
restaurant and one three-
course, candlelight dinner for
two in the intimate Century
Room. With the body well-
nourished, the physical will
reconnect with the spiritual
with an in-room, two-hour
session of Asian bodywork,
sound healing and Japanese
acupuncture by Aspen's most
accomplished therapists. The
Suite Heart deal is priced at
$2,120, plus tax and gratuities,
based on double occupancy
for a three-night stay. For
reservations, call your travel
consultant or the Hotel Jer-
ome at (970) 920-1000 or toll-
free at (800) 331-7213, or visit
hoteljerome.com.
******
Travelers looking for
entrance to the world's finest
hotels and resorts can book.
their Valentine's getaway
through Classic Custom Va-
cations. Classic offers a host
of romantically inspired op-
tions throughout Hawaii, Eur-
ope, Mexico and the Carib-
bean. Consider a moonlight
dinner on a Caribbean beach,
a helicopter ride to view
Hawaii's splendor by air 'or
accommodations at a luxuri-
ous villa. Classic takes care of
the details. For more informa-
tion, call (800) 635-1333 or
visit ClassicVacations.com.

Plan an elegant interlude at
the Planters Inn in Charles-
ton, S.C. Located in the
charmingly quaint historic
district of Charleston, the inn
features four-poster canopy-


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ly celebrated dining at the
inn's Peninsula Grill, rocking
chair punctuated piazzas and
captivating courtyard garden.
The Elegant Interlude pack-
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luxurious room with working
fireplace, flowers from Plant-
ers' Charleston Garden, a bot-
tle of Moet & Chandon, two
monogrammed souvenir
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broidered jacquard robes,
cognac and chocolate truffles
with turn-down service. The
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in king bed accommodations.
For reservations, call (800)
845-7082 or visit planter
sinn.com.

For sweethearts and choc-
olate lovers, there is no better
place to celebrate Valentine's
Day than Hershey, billed as
The Sweetest Place on Earth.
This year, Hershey presents
its Chocolate Covered Feb-
ruary, a month-long celebra-
don of all things chocolate.
Throughout February, guests
can enjoy themed chocolate
meals, chocolate cooking and
decorating demonstrations,
wine and chocolate pairing
seminars, a chocolate art
exhibit and decadent dessert
specials. The Spa at the Hotel
Hershey will join in the cele-
bration by offering guests a
Signature" Chocolate Spa
sampler package (available
Monday-Friday) during Choc-
olate Covered February. The
$155/day spa package in-
cludes three chocolate treat-


ments; a whipped cocoa bath,
a chocolate bean polish and a
cocoa massage, as well as a
complimentary 2-ounce
sample of cocoa body mois-
turizer. Luxury accommoda-
tions at the Hotel Hershey
begin at $189 per night. For
more information or to,make
online reservations, call (800)
HERSHEY or visit hershey-
pa.com.

If you survive such a choc-
olate ordeal you may want to
consider celebrating Spring
Break for Families & Friends
at The Cliffs Resort in Shell
Beach, Calif. The package
includes guest room accom-
modations for up to four,
breakfast for four each day,
craft room aid movies daily,
10 a.m.-2 p.m. (suitable for
children ages 6-14); volleyball
and croquet on the lawn, 10
a.m.-2 p.m., storytime around
the fire pit, 4-5 p.m. with a
build your owr sundae ice
cream bar; and winetasting
for adults 21 years and older
in the ocean-\iew lobby, 4-5
p.m., with representatives
from local wineries there to
showcase their wines.
Packages start at $149 per
night midweek and $179 per
night Friday and Saturday
and are available March 20-
31.
For more information, call
(800) 826-5838 or \isit cliffsre
sort.com.

You can e-mail Kim Cool
at: kcool
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find out more about them, and
where can I write to contact bell
collectors? Mildred Charles,
Munster, Ind.
A. Write the American Bell
Association (which publishes
the ring-a-ding-a ding Bell
Tower Magazine) c/o ABA
Membership Chairman, 7210
Bellbrook Drive, San Antonio,
TX 78227-1002. E-mail: aba-
ron@juno.com Website: col-
lectoronline.com/club-
ABA.html.
Q. Where can I find informa-
tion on-Barbie dolls with their
latest current values? Marilyn
Peterson, Indianapolis, Ind.
A. A terrific new book in
an easy-to-take-along size
when hunting for Barbie
dolls, is "Warman's Barbie
Doll Field Guide Values and
Identification" edited by Paul
Kennedy. It contains more
than 1,500 listings with up-
to-date prices, hundreds of
color photos for easy identifi-
cation, six decades of the
most valuable and collectible
dolls, and the secrets of
Ponytail No. 1 revealed. It is


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thick edition for $16.99 post-
paid from Krause Publica-
tions, 700 E. State St., Iola, WI
54990-0001. Or phone (800)
258-0929 toll free to order.
Q. Where can I find informa-
tion on, and the value of old
cash registers that my uncle col-
lected and left to me that
includes two brass ones from an
old department store. Paul
Robertson, Virginia beach, Va.
A. Write the Cash Register
Collectors Club of America,
which publishes The Brass
Idol Newsletter, EO. Box
20534, Dayton, OH 45420-
0534. Enclose a long self-
addressed stamped envelope
for membership/newsletter
information. Incidentally,
readers who have an old dec-
orative brass and glass cash
register receipt box with its
original key, can use it to dis-
play small fragile antiques to
keep them safe.
Q. Can you provide me with
any information on-a black folk
artist known as "The Bride Of
Christ" as well as Joseph
Yoakum who was another black
folk artist? Also, where can I find
examples of their work? -
Marjorie Clark, Northbrook, III.
A. The black folk artist to
whom you refer is none other
than Sister Gertrude Morgan,
who was an itinerant street
preacher, musician, and
gospel singer in Montgomery
and Mobile, Ala., as well as in
New Orleans. She was born
in Lafayette, Ala., in 1900 and
died in 1980. She claimed to
be the "bride of the Father
and the Christ," and wore
only white clothing and sur-
rounded herself with a white
decor. She also ran the
Everlasting Gospel Mission
from her New Orleans home,
in which she delivered ser-
mons while seated in a white
chair behind a white table.
Sister Getrude told folks that
God talked to her and moved
her hand to paint religious
pictures to be used as gospel
messages. Her paintings,
which she combined with
written text or "teachings,"
are especially prized by folk
art collectors. Sister Gertrude
Morgan's paintings measur-
ing more than 12 inches by
20 inches are rare, and would
be particularly valuable.
Joseph Elmer Yoakum's
works were inspired by what
he called "the force of a
dream."
"The Lord gave me in-
structions" he said. "My
drawings are a spiritual un-
foldment."
His drawings were not
only a spiritual unfoldment,
they were also the touch-
stone for a long, restless and
adventurous life.
I Though he was black,
Yoakum's life began on a

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FRIDAY, JAN. 28, 2005
12B VENICE GONDOLIER SUN


MOVIE GUI1,V
A quick look at what's playing
where (and if it's any good):


WdivOillpyd Webbers Phantom (PC
Are We There Yet? (PG)
; Ssauitfo Precinct 13
The Aviator (PG-13)
Beyeind the Sea (PG-13)
Coach Carter (PG-13)
Cs!ose (R)
Elektra (PG-13)
FfWi Albrt-(G)
Finding Neverland (PG)
ouse'iRffiwanda (PG-13)
House of Flying Daggers (PG-13)


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Lemony Snicket's (PG)
Cnielfli Aquatc (R)
Meet the Fockers (PG-13)
hNajinoi Trieasure (PG)
Ocean's Twelve (PG-13)
A.ig':Stripedi (PG)
Sideways (R)
iThe Woodsman (R)
The Woodsman (R)


BYCONNIE OGLE
GUEST WRITER

"Coach Carter" is de-
scended from a long and
healthy line of high school-
sports and academic-
achievement films, a hip-hop
"Hoosiers" bolstered by a
generous helping of "Stand
and Deliver" and "Lean On
Me."
Like those entertaining,
crowd-pleasing if somewhat
formulaic films, "Coach Car-
ter" centers on a dedicated,
tough but compassionate,
leader who brings discipline
and hope to students who, in
turn, teach him a valuable
lesson about teamwork.
As with the other films,
what makes "Coach Carter"
most compelling is that it is
based on a true story, this one
about a California high-
school basketball coach who
locked his players, one of
them his son, out of the gym


Andrew Uoyd Webbers The
Phantom of the Opera
A disfigured musical genius, hid-
den away in the Paris Opera House,
terrorizes the opera company for the
Unwitting benefit of a young protege
whom he trains and loves.
2hrs. 20 min.
Hollywood 20:12:15, 3:30,7,
10:15
Town Center 16:1:10,4:30, 8
Sarasota East: 12:45, 3:50, 7, 10
Fri-Sat; 12:45, 3:50, 7 Sun

Are we There Yet?
A man endures a nightmare trip
from Washington, D.C. to New York
City on NewYears Eve after he
agrees to transport his girlfriend's
children to the city. The problem is,
her kids hate all the men she dates
and they are willing to do whatever it
takes to drive him out of her life and
out of his mind. 1 hr. 36 min.
Hollywood 20:12:30,1, 3:10,
3.40, 7:10,9:45,12 Fri-Sat; 12:30, 1,
3:10, 3:40, 7:10, 9:45 Sun
Merchants Crossing 16:12:40,
2:55, 5:20, 7:45,10:15 Fri-Sat; 12:40,
2:55, 5:20, 7:45 Sun
Town Center 16:1:05, 3:50, 7:15,
9:50

Assault on Precinct 13
Ethan Hawke ana Laurence'
Fishburne co-star in L .is re-imagining
of director John Carpp tter's classic
'70s action film. A sn -al group of
police and convicts are trapped in an
isolated, mostly deserted station,
held under'siege by a murderous
gang armed with gurs and silencers
outside the building. this updated
version, the villains are led by a cor-
rupt police officer (Gabriel Byrne)
who has an interest in eliminating
one particular convict. 1 hr. 49 min.
Hollywood 20:12:35, 3:45, 7:25,
10:15
1 Merchants Crossing 16:1:10, 5,
7:35, 10:10 Fri-Sat; 1:10, 5, 7:35 Sun
Town Center 16:1:40, 4:45, 7:30,
10:35 *

The Aviator
Focusing on his early years, this
is the story of how young Howard
Hughes transformed a small fortune
into a massive one. Howard Hughes
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and canceled games when
their academic perfor-
mances fell short. The fact
that his actions came during
a rare winning season en-
raged parents, faculty and
students and made national
news.
The film plays out much
like the enjoyable "Hoos-
iers," right down to the brutal
practices that will put the
players in shape to outrun
bigger, better opponents to
the scene in which Coach
Carter's enemies vote to give
him the boot. This film's kids,
though, aren't quiet, well-
behaved Indiana farm boys.
They have real problems:
fathers in jail, pregnant girl-
friends, drug dealing guaran-
teed to land them in trouble.
The highlight of their lives, a
caring principal tells Carter,
will probably be high-school
basketball. But Carter refuses
to believe, they can't aim for
something better, a future


where he helped launch the career of
Jean Harlow and other starlets, and
producing such classics as "Hell's
Angels,"'The Front Page'""Flying
Leathernecks:' and "Scarface" (the
1932 original), eventually owning
RKO Pictures.
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Sat; 12,4, 8 Sun
Merchants Crossing 16:12:50,
4:30, 8:05 Fri-Sat; 12:50, 4:25, 8 Sun
Sarasota East: 1,4:45, 8:15
Town Center 16:1:20, 4:55, 9

Being Julia
Tale of amorous folly and revenge
set in the world of the London stage
in the late 1930's. Reigning diva Julia
Lambert's success and fame grow
suddenly wearisome. She falls head
over heels for a young American,
Tom, and begins a passionate May-
December affair. When she realizes
that Tom is just a young social
climber whose real passion is ambi-
tious young starlet Avice Crichton,
Julia begins to plot a delightful
revenge. 1 hr.44 min.
Burns Court: 12, 4:15

Beyond the Sea
A swooning study of "Mack the
Knife" singer Bobby Darin (Spacey)
specifically, and his relationship with
his wife Sandra Dee (Bosworth).
2 hrs. 1 min.
Burns Court: 2:50, 5:20, 8

Closer
An intriguingstory of passion,
drama, love and abandonment
involving two couples, which only
gets more complicated when the
man from the first couple gets
acquainted with the woman from the
.second coupling. 1 hr. 40 min.
Hollywood 20:3:45, 10:05,12:30
Fri-Sat; 3:45,10:05 Sun
Coach Carter
This is the true story of high
school basketball coach Ken Carter
(Samuel L. Jackson), who in 1999
benched his entire undefeated bas-
ketball team for poor grades. The
move caused the team to forfeit two
mid-season games, and drew both
praise and contempt from school offi-
cials and parents. 2 hrs. 14 min.
Hollywood 20:12:10, 12:40, 3:25,
.3:55, 6:50, 7:20, 10, 10:30 Fri-Sat;
12:10, 12:40, 3:25, 3:55, 6:50, 7:20,


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more tangibly valuable than
mere glory-day memories.
Samuel L. Jackson is just
about perfect for this role:
His charismatic authority is
powerful; you see why, when
he orders his players to do
something, they obey, albeit
grudgingly. The young cast
works well together, particu-
larly Rob Brown as a thought-
ful, smart teenager who
dreams of going to college
but may have to make more
practical choices because his
girlfriend is pregnant. How
"Coach Carter" negotiates
that dilemma is brave and
realistic and hot the film's
only surprise.
The basketball itself is
predictable: The dynamic
coach may preach running
the floor and smothering
defense, but what we mostly
see is players making dunks
or thrilling jump shots. You
can probably guess what
happens with the students'


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Merchants Crossing 16:12:30;
1:40, 3:35, 4:45, 6:50, 7:45, 9:50,
10:35 Fri-Sat; 12:30, 1:40,3:35,4:45,
6:50, 7:45 Sun
Town Center 16:1,4:05,7:10,
10:20

ektmra
'Jennifer Garner returns in this
spinoff of the movie "Daredevil:'
Gamer stars as Elektra Natchios.
After the events of Daredevil, Elektra
is revived by the Order of the Hand, a
group of assassins who trained her,
Their current leader, Kirigi, assigns
Elektra to kill a man and his 13-year-
old daughter. Instead, Elektra
befriends them, an action that puts her
on a collision course with four of the
Orders deadliest killers. 1 hr. 37 min.
Arcadia Cinema: 8:45
Hollywood 20:12:30, 3:10, 7, 7:30,
9:40,10:10,12:10
Merchants Crossing 16:1:45,
4:05,5:10,7:10, 8, 9:35, 10:20 Fri-
Sat; 1.45, 4:05, 5:10, 7:10, 8:10 Sun
Northside Drive-In: 9
Sarasota East: 2:15, 5:15, 7:55,
10:10 Fri-Sat;2:15, 5:15,7:55 Sun
Town Center 16: 1:45,4:35,7:05,
9:45

FatAlbert
Bill Cosby's popular animated
show comes to the big screen.The
movie tells the story of Fat Albert and
his friends. They're adolescents grow-
ing up in a Philadelphia neighborhood.
Together, they enjoy a series of color-
ful misadventures. 1 hr. 40 min.
Merchants Crossing 16:12:35,
2:45
Town Center 16:2:15,5:05,7:40,
10:10

Finding Neverland
The movie details the experiences
of 'Peter Pan' author J.M. Barrie, which
lead him to write the children's classic.
He got to know four children who have
no fathers. Drawing from his time with
the kids, he writes a story about chil-
dren who don't want to grow up.
1 hr. 46 min.
Merchants Crossing 16:1:45
Hotel Rwanda
Based on a true story, this incredi-
ble tale of heroism stars Don Cheadle
as a hotel manager who gives hous-
ing to Tutsis refugees in Rwanda


schoolwork. But if you find
yourself cheering along with
the on-screen crowds, don't
be surprised. There's no way
to watch "Coach Carter"
without rooting for the im-
pressionable boys and the
dedicated man who had the
guts to insist they improve
their lives.


COACH CARTER
3 stars
Rated PG-13
Cast: Samuel L. Jackson,
Rob Brown,, Ashanti, Rick
Gonzalez, Antwon Tanner.
Director: Thomas Carter.
Screenwriters: Mark
Schwahn, John Gatins.
Producers: David Gale,
Bridn Robbins, Michael
Tollin.
A Paramount release.
Running time: 136 minutes.
Violence, sexual content, lan-
guage, teen partying, drug
use.


throughout their struggle with the
militia 1 hr. 50 min.
Hollywood 20:12:55,3:55, 6:50,
9:45,12:30 Fri-Sat; 12:55,3:55, 6:50,
9:45 Sun

Houseof Flying Daggers
It is the year 859 A.D. China's Tang
Dynasty is in decline. Unrest is raging
throughout the land, and the corrupt
government is locked in battle with
rebel armies. The largest of these
Rebel groups is the House of Flying
Daggers. Two local captains are
ordered to capture the new leader.
Captain Jin will pretend to be a lone
.warrior and rescue the revolutionary
Mei from prison, earning her trust and
escorting her to the House of Flying
Daggers.The plan works, but to their
surprise, Jin and Mei fall deeply in love
on their long joumey.What lies ahead
for these star-crossed lovers?
1 hr. 59 min.
Hollywood 20:12:25,4:05,7:25,
10:25
Merchants Crossing 16:1:20,
4:45,7:30, 10:10 Fri-Sat; 1:20, 4:45,
7:30 Sun
Town Center 16:4:20,10:30

In Good Company
1 hr.49 min.
Hollywood 20:12:20,3:15,7:05,
9:50,12:25 Fri-Sat; 12:20,3:15,7:05,
9:50 SUn
Merchants Crossing 16:1:25,
4:25,7:25,10:05 Fri-Sat; 1:25,4:25,
7:25 Sun
Sarasota East 1:45, 4:15, 7:15,
9:45 Fri-Sat; 1:45, 4:15, 7:15 Sun
Town Center 16:1:45, 4:35, 7:35,
10:15

Lemony Snickets a Series
of Unfortunate Events
This is the story of the
Bauedelaires, three young orphans,
Violet (Browning), Klaus (Aiken) and
Sunny, looking for a new home, who
are taken in by a series of odd rela-
tives and other people, including
Lemony Snicket, who narrates the
film, and starting with the cunning and
dastardly Count Olaf (Carrey), who
hopes to snatch their inheritance from
them. 1 hr. 47 min.
Hollywood 20:1:40,4:35,7:35,
10:20
Merchants Crossing 16:12:50,
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The fe Aquatic
with Steve Ziou
Internationally famous oceanogra-
pher Steve Zissou (Bill Murray) and his
crew -Team Zissou set sail on an
expedition to hunt down the mysteri-
ous, elusive, possibly nonexistent
Jaguar Shark that killed Zissou's part-
ner during the documentary filming of
their latest adventure.
Hollywood 20:7:35,10:35

Meet the Fockers
Now that Greg Focker (Ben
Stiller) is "in" with his soon-to-be in-
laws, Jack (Robert De Niro) and Dina
Bymes, it looks like smooth sailing.
But that's before his fiancee Pam's
(Teri Polo) parents meet Greg's par-
ents, the Fockers.The hyper-relaxed
Fockers and the tightly-wound
Bymeses are woefully mismatched
from the start. No matterhow hard
Greg and Pam try, there's just no
bringing their families together.
Arcadia Cinema: 7, 8:45
Hollywood 20:12:15, 12:45, 3:05,
3:35, 6:45, 7:15, 9:30,10,10:30 Fri-
Sat; 12:15,12:45, 3:05, 3:35, 6:45,
7:15, 9:30, 10 Sun
Merchants Crossing 16:1:30,
4:15, 5:15, 7, 7:55, 9:45,10:25 Fri-
Sat; 1:30,4:15, 5:15, 7, 8 Sun
Northside Drive-in: 7, 9
Sarasota East: 1:30, 4:30, 7:30,
10:05 Fri-Sat; 1:30, 4:30, 7:30 Sun
Town Center 16:1:35, 2:05, 4:25,
4:50,7:20,7:45,,10,10:35

National Treasure
Benjamin Franklin Gates (Nicolas
Cage) descends from a family of
treasure-seekers who've all hunted
for the same thing: a war chest hid-
den by the Founding Fathers after the
Revolutionary War. Ben's close to dis-
covering its whereabouts, as is his
competition, but the FBI is also hip to
the hunt. 1 hr. 40 min.
Hollywood 20:12:30, 6:55
Merchants Crossing 16:1:15,
7:40
Town Center 16:1:15, 4:20,7:25,
10:25
Ocean's Twelve
Set three years after "Ocean's 11,"
this sequel shows us Danny Ocean
gathering up his complete gang of
con artists and thieves from the first
film in New York City before they all
jet off to Amsterdam, Rome and
Paris to pull off three separate
heists. 2 hrs. 5 rmin.
Hollywood 20:12:45, 3:50, 7:30,
'10:30
Merchants Crossing 16:4:55,
10:30 Fri-Sat; 4:55 Sun
Sarasota East: 2, 4:50, 7:40,
10:15 Fri-Sat; 2, 4:50, 7:40 Sun
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10:05
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and several barnyard friends to. real-
ize his ultimate dream of becoming a
top racehorse. 1 hr. 24 min.
Arcadia Cinema: 7
Hollywood 20:12:40,1:10, 3:50,
4:20, 7:05, 9:40, 12:25 Fri-Sat; 12:40,
1:10, 3:50, 4:20, 7:05, 9:40 Sun
Merchants Crossing 16: 1:20,
4:40, 7:15, 9:45 Fri-Sat; 1:20, 4:40;
7:15 Sun
Northside Drive-In: 7
Town Center 16: 1:30,4, 7, 9:40

Sideways
Miles Faymond (Paul Giamatti), a
failed writer who teaches junior high
school English takes his best friend,
former hot actor Jack (Thomas
Haden Church) on a weeklong drive
up to wine country in California.
There they explore the nature of their
failures and question their relation-
ships. 2 hrs. 3 min.
SBurns Court: 12:10, 2:40, 5:30,
8:20
Merchants Crossing 16:1:35,
4:50, 7:50,10:30 Fri-Sat; 1:35, 4:50,
7:55 Sun

Spanglish
Flor (Paz Vega) emigrates tq Los
Angeles from Mexico in. hopes of
finding a better life for her and her
daughter, Cristina (Victoria Luna).
Hiredby John and Deborah Clasky
(Adam Sandier and Tea Leoni) as
their housekeeper, Flor contends with
the language barrier, Cristina's bud-
ding femininity and the eccentric,
Clasky's way of life.
2 hrs. 8 min. \
Hollywood 20:1:05, 4:10, 7:20,
10:25
Town Center 16:1:10, 7:25

A Very Long Engagement
A woman searches for the grisly
truth behind the apparent death of
her fianc. Alleged to have died in
combat during the war (WWI), she
discovers he and four other men
were deliberately sent to their deaths
on the battlefield as punishment for
self-inflicted gunshot wounds in an
attempt to escape the battlefields.
The question becomes, did they all
perish in the trench? 2 hrs. 14 min.
Burns Court: 11:50

White Noise
A man (Michael Keaton) believes
his murdered wife is trying to contact
him through EVP (Electronic Voice
Phenomenon). He begins to investi-
Sgate further, but his attempts to com-
municate with her more open the
door to something sinister.
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7:45,10:20
Merchants Crossing 16:1,3:15,
5:30, 7:50,10:15 Fri-Sat; 1, 3:15,
5:30, 7:50 Sun
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RELIGION from page 7B
Support groups
* Emmanuel Lutheran
Church, 790 South Tamiami
Trail, Venice, offers a grief
support group for those who
have lost a loved one and are
working through the grief
process, Mondays,. 10:30
a.m.-noon. For more infor-
mation, call 488-4942.


* Trinity Presbyterian Church,
4365 State Road 776, Venice,
holds a free Good Grief class,
Tuesday at 3 p.m., Feb. 8-
March 8. Sessions are led by
Peggy Maesaka, former fami-
ly and marriage therapist,
and Mildred Smith, an ex-
perienced caregiver with an
MA in adult counseling.
For more information, call
493-0018.


Rummage sales
* The Evangelical Covenant
Church hosts its annual rum-
mage sale at Venice Isle
Estates, Saturday, Jan. 29, 8
a.m.-1:30 p.m. at clubhouse
2, one mile south of Venice
Avenue on U.S. 41 Bypass.
Beta Sigma Sorority, Chapter
of Phi Beta Psi, will sell coffee,
doughnuts, brownies, drinks
and hot dogs to benefit can-


SURVIVES from page 18


"The men in the striped
uniforms yelled at us to throw
our suitcases into the ditch.
Later we would be allowed to
come back and get them, they
said. There was a tremendous
amount of confusion. Every-
one was screaming at us. We
were scared. When we jump-
ed out of the cattle cars they
literally chased us down a dirt
road to a big clearing full of
German officers and soldiers.
"Dr. Josef Mengele (the in-
famous Doctor of Death) and
his staff were waiting for us in
the clearing. I know it today,
but I didn't know who he was
then. They directed people
down certain paths.
"My mom and I were told
to go to the left. My grand-
mother and my 11-year-old
brother were told to take the
right path. At that point my
mother said to me, 'You're the
oldest boy in the family. Your
grandmother needs me a lot
more than you do, so I had
better go with them.' She
went."
Molnar continued on
down the left path with his
uncle, a cousin and others
from his town to a second
clearing in which there was
nothing but men.
They were all told to strip.
Their body hair was shaved
and they were deloused with
a spray. Then they were
ordered into a huge shower
room.
"We went into the showers
as normal human beings.
When we came out we went
into another room with long
tables. Behind each table was


a prisoner who gave us
striped uniforms like the ones
they were wearing. Mostly
these new uniforms didn't fit
us.
"We were funny-looking
creatures because the uni-
forms.were either too large or
too small. We were unrecog-
nizable. If it wasn't such a
scary place we probably
would have laughed at each
other because we looked so
weird,", he recalled and
smiled.
"We were marched to the
barracks by other prisoners.
Prisoners were in charge in-
side the camp. Our barracks
was a large wooden building
with a concrete floor. It held
hundreds of prisoners. It was
completely empty except for
us.
"We -sat on the concrete
floor all day and waited.
Come evening a couple of
prisoners came in and told us
to go outside to be counted,
then we would be fed," he
said. "We were given a metal
bowl, cup and spoon. Since
we had had nothing to drink
for three days, we were al-
lowed to fill our cups several
times with water. We were
also given a ladle of soup that
looked like dish water with
garbage in it and smelled
worse. We also got a slice of
brown bread that appeared to
be made of sawdust.
"Even though we were
hungry, we didn't eat. Most of
us thought at the time it
wasn't the kind of food a hu-
man being should be fed.
"One of the emaciated


prisoners from another near-
by barrack was staring at me
holding my food I didn't want.
He probably weighed 70 or 80
pounds. I gave him the bowl
.of soup and bread and his
face lit up. He didn't use the
spoon. He drank the soup
right down and ate the bread
in a hurry."
After being cooped up all
day in the barrack, Molnar
was standing outside looking
at his new surroundings.
Scores of other prisoners
milled around the area, too.
"The most distinguishing
feature of the place .were the
tall chimneys. They were con-
stantly spewing fire, ash and
there was this awful smell," he
said he'll never forget. "I said
to this emaciated prisoner
who had obviously been there
awhile, 'What's all the fire and
smoke. What are they build-
ing here?'
'You don't know?' he
replied.
"'No,'I said.
"'That's your family going
up in smoke,' he responded."
Paul Molnar had spent his
first day in Auschwitz, Hitler's
most famous extermination
camp.

Next: Aolnar; the 14-year-
old,Jew'ish, Hungarian
teenager, survives Auschwitz.
He and his father, uncle, .
cousin and other people from
his town are sent to
Buchenwald, another
German concentration camp.

You can e-mail Don Moore
at: moore@sun-herald.com.'


TAXES from page


cer research. Call Pat at 480-
0786
* The Lakeside Lutheran
Women's Guild and Thrivent
Financial for Lutherans hold
their annual rummage sale, 8
a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 5,
at 2401 Tamiami Trail. Come
for clothes, books, jewelry,
household items, appliances
and more. Proceeds support
mission projects. Call 485-
4053.
Conference
Peace River Presbytery
sponsors Can the Church
Hold Together: A Conference


on Peace, Unity and Purity,
Friday, Jan. 29, at Trinity
Presbyterian Church, 4365
State Road 776 in South
Venice. Speaker is author and
evangelical leader, Dr. Jack
Haberer. Registration begins
at 9 a.m. and costs $5, which
includes a homemade.meal.
For more information, call
493-0018.
Reunion at the Well
Sunday, Jan. 30, the Faith
in Action program of Senior
Friendship Centers holds a
fund-raising event on people
helping people. The program


features members of the
Jewish, Christian, Muslim
and Baha'i communities
sharing songs, dances and
stories, followed by a Taste of
Faith, a light buffet supper of
various faith traditions. The
event begins at 4 p.m. at the
Venice United Church of
Christ, 620 Shamrock Blvd.
Tickets are $20 ($25 at the
door) and are available from
the Senior Friendship Cen-
ters, at participating houses
of worship, or by calling
408-9307. For more informa-
tion, call Janet. Onnie at
584-0063.


TUNE IN from page 11B


Navajo reservation. He mar-
ried twice, and lived in loca-
tions all over America includ-
ing Missouri, Florida,
California and Indiana.
Ultimately he settled in
Chicago, and at the age of 76,
he began to draw at the urg-
ing of a compelling dream.
Yoakum's work is focused on
a remarkable vision of the
landscape with fantastic
forms to encompass the
range and sweep of his imag-
ination. Working with ball-
point pen, and colored pen-
cils, his pictures of great
mountains expand and grow,
opening up and out, punc-
tured by pockets of trees,
forests and rivulets, whereas
his later pictures of great seas
and oceans he must have


traveled on, are wonderfully
and magically alive, imbued
in a radiant and luminous
light
Another ofYoakum's color-
ful works is a huge ranch type
house amid lush gardens,
grasses, flowers, trees and
pretty paths inscribed by
Yoakum in black ink at the-
top titled "The House of Great
Joy Palms Springs California"
by Joseph E. Yoakum.
For more information
regarding the wonderful spir-
itual and moving works by
Sister Gertrude Morgan and
Joseph Yoakum as well as
countless works by other
outsider artists, check out the
fabulous book "Contemp-
orary American Folk Art A
Collector's Guide" by Chuck


and Jan Rosenak available in
a thick 320-page editiori with
color photos of the artworks,
and black and white photos,
of the artists with their
biographies, for $29.95 plus
$4 postage from AbbevIlle
Press, 488 Madison Ave., New
York, NY 10022. Or phone
(800) 343-4499 toll free to
order. You'll love this book
that'll surely raise your spir-
its, and whose authors will
tell you how to evaluate such
art, and where it can be seen
for sale.
Write Anita Gold, PO. Box
597401, Chicago, IL 60659.
Enclose a self- addressed
stamped envelope with a
copy of this column and the
name of the paper in which it
appears for a reply.


BEACH frompage5B


County commissioners
agreed to seek the grants
immediately after four hurri-
canes pounded area beaches
this year. If received, the
grants would fund 90 percent
of the maintenance costs.
Charlotte County, mean-
while, has some $7 million
left over from the initial
dredging of the pass for main-
tenance during the next six
years.
"The county share would
be pretty small," Poff said.
."You're getting more bang for
your buck."
One project would restore


1,000 feet of beach at the
southern end of the state
park, where erosion was most
severe. A second project
would cover the entire beach.
Both projects would pump
sand out of Stump Pass and
onto the beach, therefore
restoring the beach and clear-
ing the channel at the same
time.
Full restoration, however,
would likely happen in No-
vember, after the shore bird
and sea turtle nesting sea-
sons.
Shore bird season begins
Feb. 1 and runs through Aug.


31. Sea turtle seasotl begins
May 1 and runs through Oct.
31.
Until then, consultants
and county officials willmon-
itoir the nests and spend
$20,000 tilling the state parlA
beach. Tilling the beach
loosens the sand, making il
easier for the animals to dig
their nests.
The project is scheduled
for early March.
"It's important for the tur-
ties," Poff said.

You can e-mail Gavin Off
at: goff'i'sun-herald.com.


new pizzeria station at the
Shell south station near San
Pedro Church in North Port.
Friday, the couple paid to
,the Sarasota County tax col-
lector the $1,689.68 of their
last delinquent property tax-
es.
Joe Carusone, who works
55 or more hours a week, said
it's sometimes difficult to run
the family finances with only
one full-time wage earner.
Vanessa earns about $800 a
month as a city commission-
er.
"I knowVanessa loves what
she does," he said. "She
spends more than 40 hours a
week doing city business. Last
week, she was in Orlando
overnight at a telecqmmuni-
cations conference. She
sometimes goes to Talla-
hassee for a few days. She
spends hours on the phone
listening to residents' con-
cerns. I know there's a lot to
do as a commissioner."
The couple said they are
used to hearing mean-spirit-


ed remarks about owing
money on their taxes.
Recently, Vanessa was sent
an e-mail from longtime resi-
dent Myles Harriman saying
she is "really becoming an
embarrassment to the city.
"Your finances most cer-
tainly leave something to be.
desired," said Harriman.
"There will be a lot of sup-
porters of Henry Jenkins (in-
terim city manger) at the
commission meeting on
Monday. Of course, you may
not be planning on running
for a second term.
"There are a lot of people
in North Port with long mem-
ories."
After Vanessa asked that
Jenkins be removed as inter-
im city manager at a recent
commission meeting, a
member of the audience,
Freeman Soares, called her a
"racist." She then stated he
had "crossed the line." She
said to "pay attention" that
she was "not a racist" but
wanted a interim city maniag-


er who followed city policy.
Soares chastised Carusone
for not pa-ing her "taxes."
The tax issue was brought
up again by Jenkins, who
called Carusone's questioning
his policy decision-making a
"witch hunt."
SHe said while the city was
discussing budget items,
there was a commissioner
who "apparently" didn't have
"her oiwn house in order."
Carusone said she "never"
made any personal attacks on
Jenkins or his lifestyle, only on
"city policy issues."
As for Joe Carusone, he
said the couple will survive.
"'I didn't receive dte damn-
ing e-mail from Myles or
mean comments from Henry
Jenkins or Freeman Soares,"
he said. "If I did, I would tell
them thanks for their opin-
ions and remind, them that
God loves them."

You can e-mail Michaela
McDaniels at: mmdaniels
@sun-herald.com. ;


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treatment companies have to be state licensed?


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absorption through the skin. They are classi-
fied as pesticides according to the label.
They are harmful to humans & domestic
animals and it is a federal law to use these
products inconstant of there labeling, and
there is no place on the label telling you to
treat household water.

I do not blame the homeowners they've
trusted their builders and water treatment
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fact, in order to get their certificate of occu-
pation they have to get their system
inspected.

However, what the homeowners don't
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Something else you might not realize is
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We've got a serious problem and there's
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You can call Nancy Detert, House of
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PHOTO COJF.TES' OF VEE GARP I *CHIIULLI
Kimberly Horvath and Joey McDonald Gurl enjoy lunch at the
Venice Art Center.


MY CLUB


PHOTO COURTESY OF MARY LurDS.OG
Betty Linke, president of Chapter GU in Venice, gives Sue
Lecrone a check from the International Chapter P.E.O.
Sisterhood. Sue is a junior of USF and is studying to be an
elementary school teacher.


xx


OUT IND BOUT


PHOTO COURTEI. OF VEE GARR''-CHIULLI
Father George Ratzmann lets his pet cockatoo Oakley roam on
Larry Chiulli's shoulder after Mass at Epiphany Cathedral.


OUT AN ABOUT


PHOTO COURTESY OF VENICE NOKOMI_. FEDERATED REPUELICANI WOMvEN S CLUB
Commissioner Jon Thaxton installed the 2005 board of director members of the Venice
Nokomis Federated Republican Club at its monthly luncheon at the Venice Yacht Club. The
women, from left, are Hilde Cross, Jean Krueger, Nancy Murphy, Mary Spain and Win Taylor.


MY VOLUNTEER WORK


Norb Seely, Jean Vinyard, Bob Stahl and Bruce Baker had fun at the Tacky Tourist Contest held
at Ramblers Rest Resort. Baker won first place in the Men's Division.


PHOTO COUIPTE:. OF VEijICE APEA GARDEN CLL'U
The Venice Area Garden Club donated teddy bears from the city hall Christmas tree to Sarasota
County fire stations on Jan. 11. The bears will be distributed to children on emergency runs.
From left are firefighter Delbert Miller, Linda Perkins and Lt. Bob Kern.


PHOTO COURTS I OF NOVA
A few good men smiled for the camera at the Newcomers of Venice Area Club holiday dinner-
dance. From left.are Charlie Boucher, Dan Conway, Val Langevin, Pete Rodriguez, Lynn
Koehler, Sam laquinta, Frank Casucci and Don Young.
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REAL ESTATE/CLASSIFIED


Waterside Village keeps growing


BY KIM COOL
FEATURES EDITOR


In the years I have been
writing about homes in the
Venice area, I have watched
Waterside Village grow into its
name.
After nearly a decade of
growth, it truly is a village, yet
nowhere near complete. The
building and expansion is
expected to go on for another
seven or eight years. Amen-
ities such as additional swim-
ming pools to serve groups of
buildings within the village
have been added and will
continue to be added as the
building continues. :
Not surprising, given the


current real estate market,
prices have tripled over the
past nine years.
The very first buildings
were well-designed and de-
veloper/architect Steve Lat-
tman has adhered to that
plan, making only minor
changes such as the inclusion
of niches here or there within
the homes. There are three
floor plans.
Each plan features a bay
window bump-out, which
adds architectural interest
and seems to be a Lattman
trademark. The bay area is in
die kitchen's nook or break-
fast area, facing the front of
the building, in the two small-
er units and on the side of the


den, in the larger of the three
floor plans, the Southport,
which is pictured here. This
neat lirtle design trick, makes
these areas special, lets in
more light and adds to the
feeling of visual space in the
unit.
Similar bays are found in
Latmnanis Plantation develop-
ment, St. Andrews Park. Lat-
tman's associate in the devel-
opment is Red Brady.
Pocket doors close off the
den from the kitchen area in
the 1,635-square-foot end
unit Southport floor plan.
In the Southport model,
die lanai has been tiled and
enclosed within the living
area. That is an optional


SUNiJ PHOTOS BY KIM COOL
The lanai of the Southport model has been incorporated into the living area.


The living and dining room space is approximately 16 feet by 22 feet.


upgrade to the otherwise car-
peted space, which is normal-
ly separated from the living
area by sliding doors.
Each of the three floor
plans offers an entry foyer
and coat closet somewhere
adjacent to the enmtr area.
All have en suite laundry
rooms and spacious closets
plus such custom design
touches as plant shelves,
niches and kitchen pantry
areas.
Even the smallest floor
plan, the two-bedroom 1,382-
square-foot Eastport, has a
separate dining area.
The Westport I plan, with
a separate den, includes the


laundry space within the
master bath, a spacious walk-
in closet, and twin vanity
sinks. There is shower in the
master bath and a tub in the
second bathroom.
Carports and storage space
are located in front of each
building, with extra guest
parking nearby.
Standard features include
prewiring for cable TV and
telephones in several rooms,
bath exhaust fans, European-
style cabinetry. steel clad
entry doors, refrigerators with
ice makers, double bowl
white porcelain sinks and
spacesaver microwave ovens.
Prices range from the mid


to upper $200,000 range. Of
the nine buildings currently
under construction, six are
sold out, leaving three build-
ings available in this current
phase. Each of the homes
faces water or preserve views.
Model units are open
Monday-Saturday from 10
a.m. to 5 p.m. and on Sunday
from noon to 5 p.m.
Waterside Village is on
Jacaranda Boulevard at Hat-
chett Creek Boulevard. Follow
the flags to the models.
For more information, call
Waterside's sales associates,
Bart MacDonald or Linda
Garlitz, at 493-1160 or visit:
watersidevillagecondos.com.


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BAYVIEW GARDENS 5284,900. STEVE BELLINDER 941-488-5111' GULF SHORE5 $759,000
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de tm,'h'nd Gao )r gari e t h elecni .L n'$' -" 0"W laob ar d el it
decarator t`aturr LrnS oreenhocue lence d 11teeadjoar.ragl 014 aia313blhe #3 0Qi .3109 [.0 bred. ., Lwo bat r Remodeled'wt
..rd '..c,43 '828. 3, 1 totalling. d 5 ,000I.h ..' r'all lo r l',s AcT gourme kich,.:row, molding ,Lp e-0r
CAROLYN ALEXANDER 941.488-7595 n e A. 1! 941-488-5o11 'N s -P .. 941-488-7595
RENGLEWOD 5 229,900 ,c l. ',. MISSION VALLEY ESTATES. 5695:000
'Imnmali.l.'l mn.rig-ain ed rie b AEdrotm, .t. NORTH PORT. 995 3 Virtual Tour Spo'u$rao.ur bedroom,
tbah a Cir age Ope p pan t 'l anm -t.h .a rm ri ral pt-.l'i.ing Fel.urILl.o mrier oit three tbalh ibh pcol n or oodedd. 2 ac e lot
great s- t rage Beaiiiul ?' lara ?0 r'l.o'o a lciid on ,e'pu Iu r iee r ard 0i. l',riar,J tP.:ar .oq .:rek Mth finh g dock. Large,
.lo -t.. la1: #44 15'f Ater ue, 'eller morl'aied '.'-4,4A 5 .m.r 'l'.a. l'adic-n gr' '. lf G 439537.

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VENICE '.- 599,000 VENICE '-' ,. .- ` .'$299,900
.Fer;ced 20+,'- t : ,vrl h waldl4e .ind, 'r0ne Beairnitllt delg: d ihre' dr omb ,ror batli
,i '.dandi.. Es q honies. berng built n areau: "b &f j r" t LJ hletu CAth~ i itlllig
S Close r. CArlion .er,.: e..)rk,;V C-#+ 438. .
'SAMMY'GIORDANO)-''-411488-7595: greic"r' o'ithsi.ll be.medroom -"o5-pltan
.'POINT WHITECAONDOS' $585,000" 1 -
':. : te ,lo 1I'p p s'. to Rbens ; iy'nd' Lhe JACARANDAST, .'' .1,- $279,900
''ll We Doc'ka3ge t approarirnai e- 40 ."Heated:. ib..ie Liaricoln built w o.bedrom; two C bth
,.ummunir. pol 6 4267~4. -, -' -, 1 ., ;- ,un,
ICE &.NOR HLLOWAY."4148..595 h s I daes tone counters
MACARTHUR BEA'CH $56 0,000 '"new range and dhh~wsbe ,wr carpet,
bedaoo, ,b bath :i ellenGurl DAVID SUE MARSHMAN 941-4887595
:many ipgradeas. .Tir;,tI l i b al'ed ...He'~le --SolS uTH'VENICE $219,900'
p61l oa ihe.beach.' G453534. -_""'" Nie e ed- ,rn obathon 0,0 t
LUEANNE W OOO, PA. !'i941 -488-75905 i '. "i:' re a' n b, ih .rko 'L l '0 .
'LEMON BAY-ESTATES "': i.$S555,000 :. adjai~rrinroroea 'drldayObebu ildabl
SBuilid ,our driam birne or,6d acre '-; ih cen'-
iarl .rlete on Lemo Ba ,, Pn'atc,'lv'oodid:id At 24.. 4. .
S' i ., .ubd,,iloab, 3e I't ..,'3rd: CHARLIEt FBONAMER 941-488-7595
CHARIE F. BONAMIER' 941-48877595,., BIRD'BAY' ".-.'$. 199,997
'"PO'P INTiWHIITA P'APTS '520,000- Charmgrn, t uio'i two bar.patio h.me r
C .":'e V, i tecap. i2ER8 1 wOla. wil deep ', e 'c ire at 1 i l orm da ioom twn c.ar


J, H K B'1 .-OTKIEWI- -1-, 148847595' om r, eed p r- o ral -c C.s,
lE Iuoln h9l 't'ieb i d .IcW.G 45 02 5 3 -,
ANCE,&'NORM HieLOWAY, .941-488I-7595,eto c PGY L re -IS.-53a .. 94148-
L 'VEfleE'ACREf:,'; .. .. ; -84 6 .: n~. ~;" I 7 .. ...- . ...
'O-pry houI.,, 21tel 1' medlar s e Ir P EAll STI C VEN ICE $1 ,9 000
i pt~w filsgn ih't er 'd. ,F ql ,Outbu8 d .p.ddig' .% o : e i" 't"o' h- .... '0
'nwith addtUtinal bine c ar. ea .tge.,VG# 3 's:.. _36 Jfew' arndl.prae' .~ rab Ipt-pla" i'.. h L.il,. .
%,,JOHN KOTKIEWI.Z 9 '941 48867595.S ; cnenh -o alk-in'loers-


SCHARLIE FIT2GERAL. ,: 941-488, 5111 Adfully&, ria'irined. lhir' be-droom ,
BA' SHOREEiSTAt'ES '., ""' $430;,0'0 b d ' in' ". 6, E- tra \i4ide lot with lo ,
bi; t h -ithbr Y, LIt 1huge10 9&li P595
S. 'KliabdJri"l uri;i"lsh d'G5.7. EGGYljD NAUST. 941-488-7595
SJIM MIDD o LtONi.:41-:88-7595 I5AE, d, SOUTH VENI CE, $1"699'~1 00
SRLIE FITG RL.,:HE' E941-,~l' ielwd n r ,eoderie ',s bdrobm twon
IVj $ dl p grade's ar lass f'aecl anA' d a rhnnisdtccd,. CIse rothe beac.;e',:? *
'vanlldelm-gG d"ommur '.w'h oo o 'nI'-g Venice Little hTearre,
"RH+ /,-.in 6R ExR NiL l r wit' 19'oC tI2ot.
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'- ER A 488-7595 CAROLYN I EXA; ER 941-488-7595
.JIIMIDDT VENE ;: ,.:i..j '$359960 BIR.B ilA -. ... 132.500.
sLar'- e R / i. p me, 0 iulu& FIor. Par ik SLANDr Er, e hN Lis. bed h. ndo' Lo 0
mrcjon: Ctose to 'gna iro B each;- .'i ot v alot .6 i pbev rmpeis Near clubhouse
E Kdl 8 he .ed po ol and .hoppi nG bedro,


crEN.. th a er' .ia 'nt ee nderfi l thici her i wo bath "i;ul, Q~ietC tlANG ARDEI1 o i ''. a.119,900
, !i cp.r ra r ". GOllc rah r e ii v I' 2ll 6 'c il. Bn 9 h i ll CII'ne pli RD r I~ s'li..eci'4r.i. ner'" a 1 't'1 5 feet
ANN IGN. 941924-9000 p E, nt. ,oa BI rmb .ch.; ie tegborl '.eod near lhppm re1au88 .
ISLAND OF VENCE $6491.er8c .1i .Ie.. SOH..h raNtid beach V 4 24
SrarnaTi R BA Slid B1cODAVID & E MARS"I MAN941"d488 .' PiUL rr WSE 9 488l 7595P
"kt]chti wgirth gads'.it i 'and griTnlle coun actIs R. .e" ... .AY. ,'- ',',.3'2Ab ,', -, $ 1 00
PUL WESLEY Ii 'd 94k483th rm e h hu ionsertidb d 'Tunkey W'elhll aied d'Ublen3. on a 7OIQ2 lot
CGOLDENlBEAl H 635,000 tna unit .rh li, balcoiesi ,one glaPssed in iSet'ro4d itho a vm e"'oF Oriange Groves.
360 Veiarua ear This cuitom'bdll.t.hree upgraded ktichep '.nd balh lI. e&i LAC Tiree bedrombm.ilodbath Wth large rooms
bedroom r tw6 thl. h'Ior itle! pauli d-ceiltng-. VC-1 B6g .
giNurule ETdol, laI. d c4aba4na' LUEANNE c WOOD P.A. 941 4 887595 P.ESLEY & Sil io-A'O. 941 488 795
CANDY MAUSSER 941-488-7595 PINEBROOK SOUTH $299L900 NICE 5478250
WATERFRONT ESTATES NOKOMIS5599,999 'ry large f..ur bedroom, Itwree bath with hre al lr avellabIe 437L8, 43709
Gr.ind .k'rno 3B 2B w h doI'r ck and pt-- B tIoher-in.lar suielo One ol he largest lois r o ig
Caihud-.l ceilmngIrcrlace, iltrage bto nerent, Pnebrook SoulhbFentied vaid Shwock bult- 3il0 iouilluig sl 59 dv or Il bur lotsa Act
at lhrsle .j ag ie r. ..11 G454-I C Va4c5331" n C' 5oi3ng a81 '.'G4'3365 $
PEGGY LEWIS 941-488-7505 JOHN KOTKIEWICZ '941-48i-7595. STEVE BELLINDER 941-488-5111

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1000 1010 OPEN HOUSES


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REAL ESTATE



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REAL ESTATE
1010 1650
1010 Open House
1020 Homes/General
1021 Arcadia
1022 Englewood
1023 Nokomis/Osprey
1024 North Port
1025 Port Charlotte
1026 Punta Gorda
1027 South Venice
1028 Venice
1029 Sarasota
1030 wvalerir,.nt H:,rr. m
1040 C:,nd Vi 13i
1060 Tcwnnoijue:
I070 c'uple..e
5 TriFl Fr %ale
1ii Ou Apartments
1090 Mobile Homes
S1100 Interval Ownership
1115 Out Of Area Home
1120 Wanted To Buy
Rent
1210 Homes
1240 Condos/Villas
1280 Townhouses
1300 Duplexes
1320 Apartments
1330 Hotel/Motel
1340 Mobile Homes
1345 Misc. Rentals
1350 Efficiencies
1360. Rooms
1370 Rentals To Share
1390 v3 ,.:ior,
1420 N,d 1, Ti:, Penr
Lots
150'0 Lots & Acreage
1515 Waterfront
1520 Out Of Area Lots:
1530 Commercial Lots
1540, Tridle E-,:hanr-
Business
1600 Business For Sale
1610 Business Rentals
1615 Income Property
1620. Commercial/Indus
trial Property
1640 Warehouse &
. i.- AStorage
1650 Farm/Ranches

1010 OPEN HOUSES

28 05f
3 2 uool home juill inr
")2002, 1620sf. Sunday 14
0 It-, Ci:eartiM1', St 1I. Port
Be.: yWoie 91.54l it9
I Cape Haze Mariqa Bay
Open ri:iou.e Fri -ur, i i.4
'ownhurls onrjr Fila 1 3, 1 ,3,lt'.
*:if:,r i.gns, "Charnry Cain Gas-

*? 4 l ? i ,-r a5
Bobcat Trail Best Golf *
Reourt ityle Lde 3Ui79.9 (i")
o:. e ,, I own. Maiet F fIre!'
Siuiring viewS. 2.623 *.. h
SOi r 1joo I 96. Pi'V3l FPalm Dr
Fr, 628-6344. ,'lpcE Sun 1-1
Weichert JBL Realty *
KINGSGATE- Bejuitul Eri.,:,i
mCrroll. j 2 ., Lte'[t -po.ure
nr, iargpe.t la e M ar,' e trat.
F .).;rnatbiy ori ed. 2-440 1'
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HOUSE EVERY
SUNDAY, 1:30pm-4:00





,OPEri HO:LIuE
::F;I FM-4FM,
22?01)Augu.1.3 Ave F.i
3 1 5 1. nrewl, ridor,
HOST: Jeff Richards.
I:.Id eil Blr1ie 8 ri i ,i'ialar
941-875-3366.


OPEN HOUSE SAT/SUN 1-4
Sorrento Woods, 1308 Ver-
meer. 3br/2ba, pool. Maripat
Flood (941-223-6676
Michael Saunders & Co.
SAT 10 am 2pm, Deep Creek
2466 Rio de Janeiro Ave.
Coldwell Banker R.E.
$284,000. (941) 204-1287.
'SAT. & SUN. 11AM 3PM
2818 SANCHO PANZA CT.
PUNTA GORDA ISLES
$699,000
2BR/2BA/2 CG, total renova-
tion, Sailboat access. Min.to
Gulf. US 41, to Marion Ave.
west, left onto Colony Point
Dr., last street on left, home
on left.
South Gulf Cove RIty, Inc.
(941) 276-1187
Donna Deah-Wayson

SUNDAY, JANUARY 30,
2005 2:OOPM-4:OOPM

BAY LAKE ESTATES
1200 E. COLONIA LN
NOKOMIS, FL 34275

* 36 Orange Blossom
* 58 Hyacinth
* 107 Gardenia
122 Gardenia
134 Camellia
140 Camellia
* 195 Carissa

(941) 485-2555



SUN! -


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OFFICE

NOW OPEN FOR
BUSINESS

NEW LOCATION

331.SULLIVAN ST
(Green 2-story
house, 1st fl, Cor-
ner of W Virginia
Ave. and Sullivan)

BUSINESS HOURS

.Monday -Friday

7 a.m. 1 p.m.
2 p.m.- 4 p.m.

(941) 205-1000

Woodland Estates 25121
Roland Lane, Sun. 12:30 -
3, near Burnt Store, 3/2/2,
pool, lake front, $399,900.
Contact inr,.:y Ellior. 67;9'
5780, L andrrirl R:ejlt,.
Punta Gorda. .

1019 CAPE
HAZE/ROTONDA

,'6 -BA ]L., l. ia,.a,
',tilly up.i, iId & r.mn,:,d i, ,
1"3? Arnnapo,,..li. ,
1 7 !' 9. rrp:'41- 1.- 13

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Mead.:.w Ir r, I
poit linh to3t ianrin ,r, r rear
ii I00 0ij 1941 i. '

1020 HOUSES FOR
SALE

2,1 & 3'2 HOMES
6NO MONEY DOWN
100 FINANCING
NO CREDIT, BAD CREDIT
(786)546-1633
2. 2 '2 Rotonda pool home
recently remodeled, golf
course views 941-716
0685 Charity Cain / Gas-
parilla Properties
21 Bunker Place 2/2,2
Canal, Golf and CC dis-
count. Vacant. S218.900
Jessica Menzel
S941-815-8451
Gasparilla Properties


1020 HOUSES FOR
SALE

3/2 FORECLOSURE!
Priced to Sell! Only $21,900!
For listings:
1-(800)-749-8124 ex. 1887
76 Oakland Hills Ct, 3/2/2
$219,900 on golf course,
vacant. Jessica Menzel
941-815-8451-
Gasparilla Properties
American Invest, Realty, Mort-
gage, New Construction,
Investment & Development
www.americaninvest.com
(941)-255-1100 .
Arcadia Village by Owner
3B/2B, Lg. Kit, Din, Shop,
Den, Dbl Carport, Screen Lani
1950 sq ft (863)491-4058
AVOID FORECLOSURE
Many Programs Available
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CHARLOTTE COUNTY
3/2/2 pool on lake $359K
2/1/1 canal home $349K
Call Weichert Realtors
Southern Choice, Sharon
Bradley, 941-613-2300 or
941-626-8474.
Englewood for Sale!
Free complete list of MLS
Call Charity Cain/
Gasparilla Properties
941-473-5444
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REAL ESTATE DISCOVERY
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I l( r..,- .:o 'Impl:. t 1 aa j.
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NEW HOMES FOR SALE
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`3/2 from $199Q00fl
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941-474-LOAN

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home 4/2.5/2,' l' lti' i-i.r.r
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1021 ARCADIA
FOR SALE

Golf Course Comm. 3/2/2,
pool and spa, Panoramic
views, open floor plan.
i -:) nn Utopia Comm.
Rlty. (941)-575-7111.

1022 ENGLEWOOD
FOR SALE

2 HOUSES- 3BR/1BA, city
water & sewer $175K,
r',f IEAw .:r wal.-r 4 $150K.
Appt only. 941-697-2299
2.17 Acres 3/4/2 Pool w/
1608' Garage S539,000
Joe & Sondra Isgrig
RE MAX Bayside 941-
:400-1447 or 475-1311
4 Story Town Home 10 ft.
off the bay! 3/2.5 with
garage, ready to move
into. Charity Cain
941-716-0685
Gasparilla Properties
4/2/2 Ig home totally rerhod-
eled. t e ulifuiiy i ard. :.cped
Ar,.iu tos ': PeII' S.;:19 9:1:.
SPounoJa .9411-6280 '"24
9147 Moss Dr. 3,.2
$145,000, Hot tub. Jessi-
ca Menzel 941-815-8451
Gasparilla Properties


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CASH
24 HR HOTLINE

800-987-3133


1022 ENGLEWOOD
FOR SALE



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STORM DAMAGED HOUSES
1-800-SELL-NOW
(1-800o-735-5669)
www.WeBuyFlorida.com




JUST REDUCED!
Rotonda 3/2/2 2002
pool, Like a model. 108
Cottage Place
$249,900 Joe & Son-
dra Isgrig RE/MAX
Bayside
941-475-1311 ex 119

MANASOTA KEY 3/2 Built in
, 2004. Florida Style. Just
steps from the beach!.
Linda McCraney, Re/Max
Properties 941-468-2076






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S.. Other oanSiAv lablel ";
: Credit Score
p'0 "Irve tor F '
010%.iHomEqulty:-

w'ne icsp l't .rvi ratf uri'5rra.Inc,.
LfriCorr L d, Ea ing

')wd Erno .-mr'ng _'
u1.da.d. .4 wr L rir.-:er
I :,I ),iljl. (il & M f te. R lr
Sherry "'il.:Gi 19411i 2434
Oivert'rooi 3,j, i i 5' ,' 1.
;13500dsf lo' 12-.16 shed
$217,500 Sel-Fast RE
list@3.5%o (941)-475-8282
Rotonda Furnished
2 2 2 Golf Course, pool.
S189,000 TenyLongRE1VAX
Bayside 475-1311 ext 127
fROTi: iiA 3&F: iEA 0i'6,
htxd pool, huge master.bath
w/luxury bath. $250,000.
(941 697:11 '6
Rotonda Huge Pool Home
with Family rm. S280,000
Water & Sewer. Terry Long
RFMWAX Bayside 475-1311'
Rotonda Pool Home on
Canal. 3,22/2 Water &
Sewer! Excellent through-
out. $275,000 TenyLong
RF/MAXBayside 475-1311
Splish Splash not much cash!
I ,5SCgrt, iphi plan 12x15
shed + heated pool
941-4734050,
SSuriide Fealty Inc

1024 NORTH PORT

E.'TTrU


? 2 2, M,:'EFJ HO'ME, like
newnew, ew ,:ar'ei, r,,Tm for,
i"":'i, Quitl ar-a LuIa,', St.
5189,500. (941-408-9704.
B, Owner.
3 2 2 Modern home FCir.
Slanai, Many upgrades,
Sumter BIvd $259,00
941.92?226?7 or '24.29O':57


1024 NORTH PORT 1024 NORTH PORT


3/2/2 pool home built in
2002, 1620sqft. Lots of
upgrades. Beccy Wolfe
941-504-4009
Gasparilla Properties
Attn Investors! Home = 4
more lots $265,000 2/2/1
w/ fenced yard and adjacent
lots + 2 more lots. Rob
Coseo Prudential Palms Real-
ty 941-735-0035
Brand New, CBS, 3/2/2
w/Den or 4th Bedroom &
Lanai. Ready mid Feb.
$199,900, (772)-5284198
BRAND NEW! 3/2/2, possi-
ble 4, tle ;ir, wi irea.3s & front
foyer, 311l app,FIrice large
screeened lanai. Call Chris at
ERA (772) 486-3392
Builders Home, Total of
2,950 Sq. Ft. under roof,
many upgrades, 3 Bedrooms,
3 Baths, Family Room, office
that could be converted to -
fourth bedroom, heated pool,
and oversized 2 Car garage.
Located on a j',:utie ,: ,vfit ,
city water. CALL (941)426-
1489:
i. schedule appointment to view.
Fred Shute
R. E. & Development, Inc.'
CB-C058694.



El


BUY NOW-BUILD LATER !
2 creat lots for -a j ,in, .rlhr
Si:.rit Ihi. ': ih,' r ni.n
build ,jur dre.arn h,.:iej
i: 11 hll:,r ,1;. ji ;.

523 S. Tamiami Trail
Venice (941) 484-0404
Eu, r etoller.: ii've-ior.
:,pe ,:ial;ing ir, soutn ,:ouniry
tpr i., p r inv'esmriiii t prCop.' .
Or :,ll l I at tilup
Po.b C i.o) Iruae tiolm, FalihTr
taIry 941-7;.35- .:i '2.
, Wl IJEF Sabal Trace gated
golf community. Beautiful
3 2 25, lakefront & golf views
-3804 500. 941-423-0994
CALL
HEATHER NOTTINGHAM
REAL ESTATE DISCOVERY
941-232-6125
Everyday advertising
until sold! '
Completely rerriodeled 3 2 2
saltwater canal front
$279,000. Eric, Re/Max Palm
Realty. (941)-661-3423
Don't Miss Out! Homes are
for sale under $150,000
in Englewood. 716-0685
* Charity Cain/Gasparilla
....Properties .
FOR ALL YOUR REAL
ESTATE NEEDS
CALL'
HEATHER NOTTINGHAM
REAL ESTATE DISCOVERY
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Great Arieal ewer Hom-.
3 2. Open Floor p an. ilanit
i-iev'es. lanai, Hurr Srtuler:
i249,0.i0) Utopia Comm.
tlry 575.-1 1


New home, 3/2/,2,
Screened Lanai,
$194,900, Salford Blvd.
Call Don (941)-629-7768
Need a new home, but ca'r,
wait to build? 3/2/2. i165,
ready in 3+ months. Call ,
DOetra Carln or aill ,jur Real
Estate lied 941 628-3877
jaspanrilla Properlies


New const, 3-4/2/2 2240sf,
$284,900 DR, LR, den, eat in
kitch, wood firs, Rob Coseo
Prudential Palms Realty 941-
735-0035

NORTH PORT ESTATES,
3 Acres,. 3/2. 2, Built in
2001. Immaculate Cond.
Pole Barns, Hotse Stalls,
50' x' 10'. Pond, Cornm
pletely'- FencedIlrn
,$449.938. Call Valeria
Thomdison, Century 21
Almar1941)-380-2955

OWNER FINANCE .
BRAND NEW HOMES
LOW DOWN PAYMENT.
Call VPM 866-308-1176

OWNER FINANCING
3BR/2BA/2CG ,
2200sf, '02, 1/2 ac fenced,
888-584-5482 ext 3
Sun, 1-3, 3393 Julia, N. P.
2002 Windemere home on
double lot 3/2/2 2372 sf,
quiet wooded area. Now
$264,000. Owner motivated.
Prudential Village Realty. Rox-
anne Moore 941-626-3926
WANTED: Owner financing
home in North Portor
Venice area. Please Call
631-236-3204

1025 PT CHAR
FOR SALE

1, A-l, ready to move in.
2. 2 1 w! Ig. FL rm. All tile,
S159,900 Call JC Cvorkov.
Murdock RIty, 743-0605
1996 Iir u;:.hmr
valiertrril r,,iT- in
,irr L ,,le .:,i,-: r.:. n I
3/3/2 'n"r r, .:~,h,"- :
plartr r,,-ive:, de-n r, n'm.ter
:uit'J e 'I' lu' iTrm re
S353,700. RA# 8419.
Move right into this
charming waterfront home
on Buffalo Watljrway
Lifetime r,:,ii n*wer A i
Water Hea-ter Prd. iol
owniersron irn irhi. hou..e.
l ri repair needed'
Pnr.ijed at only
$147,000. RA# 8441

ERA Realty, Inc.
941-625-4193
ask for Ray Jeries or
Diane Johnson.
Cell #s 941-391-1301 or
941-626-3620
www.bestlistedhomes.com
Have listed and sold
numerous hurricane
damaged homes.
We also have lot listings
call for more info.



21298 Hepner Ave.
3/2, carport + RV park-
ing, new roof, fireplace,
den,' office. Great family
home. $149,000.
Ken Giunta.
Century 21 Aztec.
941-661-1438, or
after hrs 941-575-4203

21969* FELTON, 3BR/1BA/
carport. .Like .new. Totally
remodeled, a'i',g 51 39'Y
IaIll for detail:. .'W4


1025 PT CHAR
FOR SALE


1025 PT CHAR
FOR SALE


METNTION
PORT CHARLOTTE &
PUNTA GORDA
RESIDENTS!
Prestige Homes/Nobility
23392 KIM AVENUE Homes, 37 years building
Wh, build? This section 15 manufactured homes in
home has it all. Spacious, Ocala, FL, now has
,:u. tom 4BR/2BA, family representatives in your
rT, w/ heated pool home area to assist in-your
rh ws like a model. new manufactured
.'99,900. home purchase.
925 Neptune St
?B-R/2BA/1CG home.totally Charlie Cox
remodeled in & out 2004. (352) 598-7103 .
Located off Tropical & out Ken Lowe
of flood zone. $139,900.
18098 Garvin Ave. (352) 895-6173
This great room home fea- Ocala Office:
tures 2BR/1BA & ready for (800)-313-6324
occupancy..$129,900. "
Call Ann Vituj at BEAUTIFUL new home 3/2/2
629-8538 / 380-0855 on dbl lot, open Sat. & Sun.
Century 21 Aztec 12 5 or call for appt. 941-
629-2000 or 380-0909"
3 BDRM Split, 2 Bath, wood
burning frpl, 1956 under air., BRAND NEW HOME 3/2/2,
2650 Total sf. $194,000. under construction, corner lot.
2nd i:.i .aii 941-629-1841 r.d. Tid A r i Buy now pick
j,',ur ,',?l',rori. Near Peach-
3/2/2, New home on corner land Publix. $264.995. Call
I.:.i t:,, t., ,:,,rri,:,ler. ? 1- in 941-628-8183
G.ard,ern, ,i Guitf ',e ali 41,pI
'*' .3I- I'. 4 i -- I,,' .' Builder has 7 upgraded spec
homes for sale located in the
3/1 1450SF, Remodeled. Port Charlotte, South Gulf
,"Lanai, shed, $139,000t Cove and Rotonda Sands
rI: Lr:.' 5% areas. Many amenities and
1i'i.t4 -. ..2 1 .upgrades. Purchase now to
: I, .'., ,,rir i,- pick colors. Prices start at
F.r: 0 tctut 250K, (941)-809-9052
li 9 '"0, l Building Lots !!!
H' ae .:E all ; --- J2 ? York Oversized $34900
uit '94. screened Ayrshire Corner $59900.,
ari Iir,:e' back, growing'- Realty Concepts, Inc.
area (Peachland/Veterans). 7438255
; '4B IFIl ( r," .,', elnr ln Mui 4.i11


3/2/2 POOL & SPA
1720 Sq. tt.
under ~ir
LEASE WITH
OPTION TO BUY.
Good or Bad Credit.
(941)-628-1599

3/2/2 POOL HOME, 2800
total sf. +- Extra lot. New roof,
fascia & ,ortr $269,000.
obt 4 19 1Y l-.1 i : ;12 .
4/2.5 2283sf, 13,500 lot,
Lg. lanai & shed $229,000
Sel-Fast RE List @ 3.5%
(941)-475-8282


4/2/2, very secluded in the
middle of (3) saleable lots
stunning built '02 teau-ilul
pool, huge rooms, open plan,
LR /fireplace, Ige... lanai,
$410,000, ',94 1- ?5-0135
5 ACRES....PLUS
S2 Story., O ,)si CuS ulm
HOmt &. :,ijitl it1 trag;,

....ALSQ AVAILABLE....

,,ur. :. E..t .in l .: PI 1:nr,
"CALL: 941-629-3436


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. ~,0.-"4'.8 1-4 E l E.239
BY OWNER 3BR/2BA family
rm, big lanai, carport, new
fa;int inr & ,:utl 3lapPi lernced,
, ,l: 34,1:-O {*'. 6]-, 4547

BY OWNER: 3/2/2, like new,
eat-in kitchen, family room, liv-
i i. ,ijing r,:icirris I lanai,
S -"=.,,,,,t 9 4-I 1.623.3998
BY OWNER .3/1, 1180 SF
Ranch home, 24' above
ground pool & deck,
$1i5,01:10 941-743-4553
CUSTOM .uil i' 17 3 2'2
w/ pool, lawn orage. pool
slur age, y.orage & more sti'r-
age, ani under rol Move right
in. $24'-' iii 1 Py a3ripuiriiirTient
only 743-3408.
'IEEP 1iEEF ; 25 2 iotn,
.80i under ar 2 ir tor y new in
1 i: [. r:n r, i'lard Ile
Berber, loti Cl upgrajde2..
,$339,900. (94 127'6 ,'65 3
or 587-d330 No Realtors.
DEEP CREEhr, : 2 '2 grnite
,:iunirtr tno s, tile upgrades,
bul 1 il *254.r30 9'41
'.:. :' or 41276- 73'
ELEEF ':PEE- E.~E aui lul 3 2
hjO1 ro iie '.-i t iae 2 la,u:i2

3 ,:,wr,.r 29.129 .

DISASTER HOMES.,
Top Dollar Cash
IMMEDIATELY'.
No BUll!!
941-468-7614Bro ,,tnr


(-SEASONAL RENTALS 2005

CONDOS
HOUSES & VILLAS

ANNUAL RENTALS
Norbert Ave., N.Port, 2/2/2 + Den & Pool...$1200/imo
Geiger St., N. Port, 3/2/2 + Pool $1400/mo


SCall: Bob Quinlan, Rental Manager
"www'.P4LMRE.4LTYGROUP.com

COMPRE UR5ERVCES


Rae Ramacciotti
586-6557


NWIST


BEAUTIFUL VIEW Only blocks
from Venice Beach. This 5th floor
unit offers a great view of
Roberts Bay and the Gulf. With
an extended living room, two
master suites and mirrored living
room and dining room, this unit
is larger apd brighter than others
in the building. New windows.
Very well maintained. $240,000.


Pan 92


An oak tree'd lot Beautiul 3 2 2 p, I homrr,
adoins Keywest style ew May. '03. Pristine with
home. Lg. 2br 2ba with r., i ad... call, for
Spa, A Must See l'eajil Lo,:aed off [i Chamr
6323 McKinley Terr .rlr, ':'n excludedd ,:,ver ;.ed
$299,000. .l 1 BI Trayrier
Touncan Investments Realty (941,)-766-7278
474-6173 3 OR 4 BEDROOM, 3 FULL
.ATH Li, D FP
Don't Miss Out! Homes are BRAND NEW. 5249.000i
for sale under S150,000 1i-i4--12.4lO--
in Englewood. 716-0685
Charity Cain / Gasparilla 3- PEDM HIEW &. FE i:Ol
Properties. STPI.I:T H iMES Peadv lor
:,'.:up rSlring at j I':.00I
E Ern luc .ad_ p:i:.l hm o r ii T. ,ai t '2i-.54-'17'

tncelri r, ,. ta cr, 3,-2,2$189,900 1200+sf
,.ei t, a:,, Puder,. GRPEAT LOCATION!
"na Ialrin Peair EMA. PALM REAL ,
941-735-0035 3 41 .51: 51 1 '
Etili.EWiViO -. 2 Fur'h,: Z lern,',. inl n yard. utiity
aH.T .-L i'A" r ir r ,' 'ihed. large mIW .:rjrni'ler
yard, dead end street. 8412 -' -,ret I- ee: ,orl ,i
I'.l.l Fd P t ,c rir, w.r. 1 1 i L,
941 9- i i or 855-0042. a mt er r 1pn '-4 .2 25


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Friday. Jan. 28, 2005, Real Estate Classified


1025 PT CHAR 1025 PT CHAR 1026 PUNTA GORDA
FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE


Great Investment on Canal
2/2/1. 1076 Hinton St. P.C.
941-473-2880. Open house,
Sat & Sun 10-4. $148,000.


WE BUY HOUSES
CASH
S24 HR HOTLINE
800-987-3133




I BUY
STORM DAMAGED HOUSES
1-800-SELL-NOW
(1-800-735-5669)
www.WeBuyFlorida.com



I BUY HOUSES
in Port Charlotte
Any cond. CASH
Call Bob 764-9231
KINGSGATE, Gated communi-
ty, 55+, 3/2/2, lanai, patio,
some furniture, appliances,
$265,000. 941-235-1761

MODEL HOME
FOR SALE
Beautiful country style
home, wrap around
porch, 3/2.5/2, many
upgrades on waterfront
propertom. $191,700. (941)-613-Pool package







w/PORT CHARLOTTE residtchent
524 Comstock St.d
941-764-1776


ditionHara Area. 2/2/1, possible
3br, new roof, tile & wood
floors. Owner financing avail
$149,900. (9411-628-4051
OWNER, N.Y. sec., 3246 Itha-
ca St. 2/1.5. newly remod-
eled, new roof. $127k. No.
agents. (941-87629-0496

yard, new cage, enc. Florida
room. $191,700. (941Y-613-
3552
PORT CHARLOTTE resONLIdent
looking for a storm damaged
or fixer upper home, any con-
dition. Will pay cash. Will pay
higher than most investors.
Call (9411-875-0825


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EXPOSURE!
Add your internet address
to your ad for a little extra!


SALT WATER DIAMOND
IN THE ROUGH
80 FT. OF SEAWALLED
WATERFRONT
Has some storm
damage but livable.
PRICE REDUCED TO
$275,000. RA #8436
ERA Randol Realty, Inc.
(941)-625-4193
Call Ray Jeries
Cell (941)-391-1301
SECTION 15, 3/2/2 Custom
built home. Move in cond.
Many extras. A Must See!
$260k. Tom, (941)-661-0736
SECTION 15, lovely home
on a great street. Like new
cond., 3BR/2BA/2CG, 16"
Italian tile, tumbled marble
counter top, brandnew, neu-
tral paint-inside & out-and
carpet. Beautiful spa with
privacy fence. $238,900. By
owner. (9411815-0561
Spec. Home, 3/2/2, ready
to move-in by closing. Located
by Town Center Mall.
$195,000, (941)-505-2732
Storybook Homes
New models, Open House
2084 Rio de Janiero Blvd.
Spec homes available. Move
in now. 743-5900 or 639-
2266
THIS HOME HAS IT ALL
3/2/2' Pool home with
back-up generator,
custom touches
throughout in
Section 15 area of new
homes. Bring your bathing
-suit and move right in.
Realistically priced at only
$315,000. RA# 8446
No hurricane damage, but,
owner is installing
new roof and skylites.
ERA Randol Realty, Inc.
(941)-625-4193
Ray Jeries
(941)-391-1301 Cell
Diane Johnson
(941)-3620 Cell

WE BUY HOUSES]
ANY CONDITION/
Quick Close
Top $ Paid Cash
941-456-0714


1026 PUNTA GORDA
FOR SALE
3/2/1 oversized corner lot;
boat ramp block away;. new
40yr roof, AC, kit, win+ more.
$164,900. 941- 661-7395
BURNT Store Meadows,
new 3/2/3, split floor plan,
upgrades, $275K. 7.173 N.
Plum Tree. 941-505-8530.


1027 SOUTH VENICE
FOR SALE


Charming Home, Lots of
Land! 3/2/1 on 4.6 acres.
Move right in. Many upgrades. WE BUY HOUSES
Everything new including roof, CASH
Berber, appliances, paint, etc.
$325,000. Quick possession 24 HR HOTLINE
possible. 941-624-2542.
A MUST SEE VIDEO 800-987-3133
See how your neighbors
who lived in a Palm Harbor
Home weathered the storm.
FREE video on VHS or DVD.
Call 866-623-2390 I BUY
STORM DAMAGED HOUSES
FSBo Or lease roption- BRAND 1-800-SELL-NOW
lew home. ."2 all (1-800-735-5669)
upgrades. marble r'i granite www.eBuyFlorida.com
tor'., 2546 SF under air
$349,91O0. S i 724 i-93S7
Handyman's Special, 3/2/2, LD! SOLD!
Subdivision Punta Gorda Isles SOLD! SOLD!
23, Retail $210,000 asking WANT TO SELL
$165,000. Cash Investors YOUR HOME FAST?
Only. (954) 938-5155 CALL
HEATHER NOTTINGHAM
Handyman's Special, 3/2/2, REAL ESTATE DISCOVERY
Subdivision Punta Gorda Isles 941-232-6125
23, Retail $210,000 asking
$165,000. Cash Investors Super Investment, Live in
Only. (954) 938-5155 one, rent the other, side by
side, 3/2 & 2/1 $150,000 &
Hurricane damaged home on $145,000. Will separate!!
2 fresh water Deep Creek (941)496-4014
lots. Sold as is, asking
$200,000 OBO 239-229- WANTED: Owner financing
1315 home in North Port or
Venice area. Please Call
NEW HOME! 631-236-3204
Completed 7/04 PGI Water-
front with all upscale fea- 1028 VENICE FOR SALE
tures. SEVEN minutes from
harbor. $749,900. furnished.
812-579-5585 3/2/2 LAKE OF THE WOODS
$410,000 2300+SF over-
S. PUNTA GORDA. sized pool, and separate hot
Handyman Special! tub. 24 hr notice for appt.
$92,900. Remax Palm Realty
Call Weichert Realtors 941-650-5011
Southern Choice, Sharon
Bradley, 941-613-2300 or 3/2/2.5 HIDDEN LAKES on
S941-626-8474. lake, Htd pool, many extras,


1027 SOUTH VENICE
FOR SALE

2BR/1.5/1CG ONLY
$170,000. Living, Dining,
Family rms, ALL NEW:
water pump, hot water
heater, AC & duct work, paint
inside & out, tile & carpet.
READY TO MOVE IN!
941-492-9789 or 270-0611
3/2, garage conversion Beau-
tiful Pool, Many upgrades.
$189,900.
941-504-3707
3BR/2BA, Lg. Fam. rm, tile,
Fireplace, new roof, Corner lot
close to park & Intracoastal
$195,000. (941)493-6235

Need Cash?
Have A
Garage Sale


Built 2003. SPOTLESS!
(9411-485-4605
420 Beach Park, Venice
Island House, 3BR/2BA/2CG,
pool, VERY NICE!!!!
$570,000 (941)-484-0131


1028 VENICE FOR SALE 1028 VENICE FOR SALE


2/2 Home in Bay Indies
Thurs. Feb. 10th, 11am
981 Kenoma Av. E.
Call For Details
1-941-497-7997
Neal Van De Ree
Auctioneers/Realtor
www.vanderee.com


JUST IN TIME...
Beautiful Venice J&J home
bit in 2000. Vaulted ceilings,
crown moldings, heated pool,
island kitchen, mst tub
w/jacuzzi,
(It933-01) $459,900
523 S. Tamiami Trail
Venice (941) 484-0404


BEAUTIFULLY UPDATED VENTCE GARDENS By Owner,
Venice Gardens 2br/2ba 563 Mount Vernon, 2/2/2,
/lcar gar, liv. rm + fam rm fenced 1,300sf plus lanai,
+ scr. lanai, cent. water/ beautiful turnkey home. This is
sewer. $199,900. 941- a must see! (941)-493-0594
488-8143 SunAcre Realty or (941)-809-7602
.CALL .
HEATHER NOTTINGHAM 1029 SARASOTA
REAL ESTATE DISCOVERY FOR SALE
941-232-6125
Everyday advertising '
until solding! Beautiful Rutenberg 3-4BR
on lake w/golf course
CHESTNUT CREEK! Desirable view, many upgrades
split plan 2/2/2, featuring liv- include granite & marble
ing rm & family rm, beamed throughout, 3 1/2 car
cath. ceilings, wood cabinets garage, heated pool, open
tile thruout, Irg screened lanai split plan. "A jewel in a
('03) overlooking private back- -Tiffany Setting" $725,000
yard. $210k (941)-726-4646 (941)-927-9838


CASH IN
A FLASH
FOR YOUR HOME
OR LAND, ANY
CONDITION,
CLOSING IN
24HRS. MEET OR
BEAT ANY
OFFER!!!
(866)420-8804

JACARANDA Pool Home
3/2/2 updated $279,000
Fireplace, sunken LR, Brkfst
bar .: -, ri, :, ; Fob Coseo
Ilu ,jii'iir Fj IhT : Realty
941-735-0035


Advertise in the Classifieds!


1030 WATERFRONT
HOMES

1 Amazing Saltwater Home,
3/2/2, lanai, dock, boat lift,
tile, marble, hot tub
$354,840. 941-624-4801,
www.bluewatercruising.co.uk/
house.htm
3 Waterfront homes from
$349k, bay lot $639k, 1
near tip lot $459k, all sea-
walled, no bridges, deep
water 570-943-2516

The best view on Lake Suzy, new
premium lakefront hm. 3/2/2
w/pool& dock, 11625 SW Dal-
las $374,900 (941)4564675
3/2/1, EXCELLENT cond,,
extra wide canal, 1350 SF,
561 W. Tarpon Blvd., PC.
$353,000. (941)-661-4659.


1030 WATERFRONT
HOMES







3BR/2.5 Bath, water view
dock, tile floors, shed,
1,441 sq. ft. Pretty as a
picture $149,900

Free Map or Market Value
Marianne Lilly, GRI, SRES
RE/MAX Harbor Realty
(941) 764-7585
LillyM@comcast.net

4 Story Town Home 10 ft.
off the bay! 3/2.5 with
garage, ready to move
into. Charity Cain
941-716-0685
Gasparilla Properties


4/2/2+ office, privacy
fence, sprinkler, corner
point lot, davits, seawall.
Charity @
Gasparilla Properties
941-716-0685


1030 WATERFRONT
HOMES




MR houses for,
VENICE NORTH PORT
492-3033 429-6993
*Homes over $200,000
slightly higher
www.4venicehomes.com
BURNT STORE ISLES
FSBO, 3/2/2 updated, cus-
tom kitchen w/ granite, tile
floors on diagonal, great room[
style, vaulted ceilings, pool,
heat pump & cage, dock, 10K
lift, quick access to harbor.
$595K. Call 941- 286-5618.
BURNT STORE MARINA
Need we say more? Beautiful
2/2, $259,000 furnished.
Call Macks Dillon, Sun Realty.
(941)457-9997
Cape Haze 3BR split plan,
30x15 pool, sailboat canal
1/2 acre w/boat lift,
2550sf, oversized gar.
workshop. $1,249,000
Jim McKinnie
941-468-7777
Gasparilla Properties


1030 WATERFRONT
HOMES

ENGLEWOOD, 3/2/2 pool
home, like new, tile & hdwd
firs, on a short canal to Lemon
Bay. $559,900. Sandra M.
Oddo, Century 21 C & L Real
Estate (9411-504-2828
GULF ACCESS 268 McCabe
St. 3/2/2 new paint, tile &
heated pool, owner.
$349,000. (9411-764-1471.
Hbr. Hts. 3/2 on broad canal,
great elevation, sailboat
access, $350,000, (941)-
625-2201 or (941) 661-8585

I BUY HOMES
Pay top $$$ Any price
any condition
941-286-6286

LOOKING FOR A GREAT
WATERFRONT DEAL! Get
put on our list to be
called first. Call Charity
Cain/Gasparilla Properties
MLS office 941-716-0685
PGI, 3/2/2, built 2000, 2464
total sf., sailboat access,
pool, boat lift. By Owner
$549,000. (941)-639-0923


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CIRCLEWOOD!!! 2 bedroom, 2bath tree standing
expanded villa, carpeted Florida room, domed
kitchen, separate laundry room, green belt'area,
community pool and clubhouse.
MLS#455278...........................................$195,000


BELLA COSTA!! Turnkey furnished end unit 2
bedroom, 2 bath condo, w/domed kitchen &
separate dining area, newer upgrades include
air conditioner, washer and dryer, balcony
overlooks courtyard, ideal downtown location,
walk to shops and theater, bike to Venice
Beach, as is sale.
MLS#455481........................................ $240,000


DESIGNER SHOWCASE!! Luxury living on the
Intracoastal Waterway, spacious custom designed
2 bedroom Bellagio home, dramatic entry foyer
with volume ceiling and patterned tile, solid surface
gourmet style granite kitchen, elegant great room
with stone fireplace, caged heated pool, oversized
double garage on quiet cul-de-sac.
M LS#427933.........................................$750,000


BELLAGIO ON "THE ISLAND". Popular courtyard
home, 3 bedrooms include tiled guest wing
opening to pool and spa, stainless appliances in
"granite" kitchen, paver drive and courtyard deck,
wheel chair accessibility.
MLS#453537......................................... $569,000


MINUTES TO VENICE BEACH!! Bellagio 3BH/
3BA courtyard model with double door entry,
private guest wing off caged courtyard pool, bright
breakfast alcove, double garage and tiled roof, all
make this a true work of art in the premier gated
residential community of Venice Island!
M LS#442760. ...........................................$489,900


BIRD BAY! Free standing 2 bedroom, 2 bath
furnished villa just off of golf course, enclosed
Florida room plus office and screened porch,
small atrium off both bedrooms, covered
parking, walk to pool, clubhouse and tennis.
MLS#455196................................... $189,000


SEASONAL RENTALS *

San Cristobal
-1 Bedroom Feb-April $1900/mo

San Cristobal
2 Bedroom Feb-April $2200/mo

Crosswinds -2 Bedroom Feb-April $1800/mo

Bella Costa -
2 Bedroom Feb + Season/Annual Call

Island House/Pool 3/2 Feb -Apr $3000/mo
L n opm


BERT DEIANA MARTHA SMITH BERNICE YERICH
408-7773 504-9588 223-5608


MARTY VIRGILIO
484-3108


TERRY KEATING
485-7457


BILL HETTLER GUS ELIAS
716-0066 488-9111


ED MYSLIVECEK
485-0197


NICOLE KEATING
468-7214


SUE MORGAN
48Q-0560


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PREFERRED LOCATION ISLE OF VENICE 7,400 sq. ft. professional
office building zoned O.P.I.; two units --- approximately 3,500 sq. ft. & 3,800
sq. ft. Ample parking on site; airport &
beach nearby. Located just north of
Circus Bridge on BUs 41. Entrance
to the proposed Airport Business .
Park just Mocks away

Call Brad Jordan or
Dan Heschmeyer,
Exit Realty Gulf Coast -
(941) 485-5454


PAT RUBIN
650-3591


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~207-1219


OPEN SAT. & SUN,




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TOURS COF PARK
EXCEPTIONAL RESALES
LA CASA REAL ESTATE, INC.
CALL 429.-9300 EXT. 201


PRESIDENT'S DAY
VALENTINE'S SPECIAL
15o Discount Off Commissions
ACT NOW!
Ottffer valid through Feb. 28. 2005.
Call today!
We put the EXTRA
in full service realty!
ESTELLE DICHAZI
(941) 223-4008
Realty Extraordinaire (941) 475-8310


OPEN SUN.


/ OPEN SUN.
1:30-4 PM






1830 BRIDGE ST.. OVERBROOK
GARDENS. ENGLEWOOD ,.'Jeal
famI il, Id, m.-| ir. ,a r 1,3 irajt-l
l.:..: a ..:,.,., .:.r,l., mn .le i,:, I:,s o :.:n 38 R _'',
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Iari. ,:.. ,] ,.:.rr.er l.,i ri.:,ni, r.a: m ar.,
.Ia_: rl.j'l ec^ I':' .pprin:.r.al
5294,500
HOSTED BY: SANDY ALWARD
(941) 475-8354
(941) 716-2340 (DIRECT)
Suncoast Real Estate & Prop. Mgmt.


SOUTH MANIASOTA BEACH .
, ila': 4.)l.,-, : ,',:,a1, ,, ,1 I r e a,':r.
-'._II .iatI line, 3 :u : in'em Tn.-e are
pr,.:.-3 r,.rnl l:,r ;.:. .:in, w>f r ,nr:.rr, l : ,
., ,o:.r, all ne .:.r app.',jmri,- ,, r
inl.ori .ai ri:n

BUD SULLIVAN
(941) 223-9193
.Century 21 Aaward 1-800-881-3669)


ANNUAL RENTALS


'OPENSUN. 1.4PM GREAT GOLF
COURSE VIEW


533 CHEVAL A unique mainleriari:e
Ire. 4CRJIB-iA hrime l::3ei.ei ni Venri,:ce
iirie'-:l 1 : 1i: ur..' :.:' iTimmunri A Iw.:i sl:,rvp
rionie Wmih 3n ltvjCi r I.:. Ihe upildirs
btiedroom Ld^b arid .:.ll :.11ourise views
MLS4 :i0678 5450,000
CHARLIE FITZGERALD
Coldwell Banker Res. Real Estate, Inc.
K 1-877-839-3155 .


2100 CALUSA LAKES BLVD., NOKOMIS.
OPEN SUN 1-4 PM A MUST SEE' b- alIulI
,:uIl Im C.lll i IA rhc.: I real 1,iIIarr
plarn '-,'. : ,i.' ; -' :. guriu l rc:..-imi ef l'n.] ,1
. .j lar)-. ,r hb a l ,:- l :.:..: 1 |i. i:.u he rn e .p. ,;u r el
,r:llp..) 1 trlh rm u,: r m .:.r. Turnr.li y uru-.r. itl
irieFgal.aCle| 5492,000
BY OWNER-(941) 412-1887 2


TWO 100X100 LOTS! -:,e ,L, :,de ,:n
J ,lair Hr :..a3 n.r:.. ,n :i.r rut- .lJ ari a'
B.:.rir. ar- .n :,*. l d ,.r z fl.:. ftar Ir..fm
r.:,,pp.n Well : requwrei
Priimn, r, n r i| ret; rp rl ro n ,. tl e
l.iL: 4?: ., 4V'4`'53 Ea: pri. :, e
al 574.900
MILT ARVAY
(941) 492-9811
J. Booth & Co. (941) 497-5000 .


BEAUTIFUL 4 BEDROOM, 3 BATH.
_ car .gara n me -.n -rne c.I ir, n
lar.g l co rnrr lenr,.:-,lm, I,:' Ir,.1Sa
-Iup pr,.s .Ir.I Clu ..r.u ,- p':". : l 1m
,- ol,:,r pr,.:.l:,T -a i .\: '..'; I:,'nr, .l[ ;:.:.m,
$299.900
JOHN KOTKIEWICZ, JR. (JOHN "K ')
REALTOR
Coldwell Banker Residential Real
KEstate, Inc. (941) 483-1395 Anytime)


OPEN SUN. 1-3 OPEN SUN. 2.4PMi
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1461 LAKESIDE DR. Imp-,.-cal
,.,.- |.,er: .y .ou i.:.o '- .rn irl- yard n
k-,l I prtrll~~ ,rin.r,'hsl planii ho.-,e a 2
marli l.if i'u .4 v 'val-ir' i:. iaiv n e w
10 p quality ,ilrnr .. t..airi:. r v-, pa iri
5 carpiel .u ,il i6lr ,6 i nr, v nn.c .e
G ari ens 'i:ao .~. u p I ,-: p o rt p uri a ,',,
MLS,J492'.6 S239.900
MAIA MORRISON
(941) 488-3448
SJ. Booth & Co. (941) 497-5000 2


2301 MISSIOtI VALLEY BLVD. C.ouniry
I-,l L-,- ., .rr,-n.er.er:,:. I lOWpi i
H':re 1: ali...we: n iri :i,:r .oil pri:.perry
r, '._BR,2BA Ip.o)z-rilv r ERI home.
,:a.3,) pool lr.:.l lut. ,i .ar..il ,' unit ric.pS '
VVal Ih r:.ujri 1, ..r uailiz' Cyour
per.:,rEal .:iu:r.ei 5S345.900
JAMES K. BOKISH. PA
Cell: (941) 416 3146
Cristello & Co. Real Estates. Inc.
K. (941) 906-7653 .


EACH COMMUNITY LOT








80 X 120 LOT Lra..an p....
.;.:-ri- l, .. I.i- "' 03.: ri. :. I ;. .
laun.:r, pr.iIu-" z a.'-Ala l e
n .r , .- E al i:. r .. r
S72.000

ANIITA CARAVELLO
DONNA BRYANS
(941) 716-0381
Coldwell Banker (941) 488-7595 .


23 YEAR VENICE AREA RESIDENT
The r ,] .-, ar i :- i r,r. ,u,,nrg :.r
s llinr .', .:arn r q i. ,ou nlo ,.rm-l, 1
I r..'.,l-.dg. 'le r -r. -.:e' at -:'ul ,u.
rn .:.lia[4l- ral : '.iirin full i. r ..i; i

KEN SULA
(9411544-3197
Lorraine Palazzi & Assoc, Inc.
S. Licensed R/E Broker
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ANNUAL RENTALS VENICE ISLAND CONDO WATERFRONT! ^


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259 FENrWICK UNIT 42 SAYBROOK
MANOR Er1..-., l a p a afuil lat i ..
Irorn ihi-.' rar4l, ,-.alr.iabl -'n.I l l r.,
u'nTl CL ..r,. r', rIIl, l.:-:..al 1.:] I' r ac. ri -.
,croppirng i- $178.000

TRISHA SORBELLO (941) 223-3997
JOYCE WRIGHT (941) 223-7053
SColdwell Banker Res.
K Reat Estate. Inc. (941) 488-7595 )

VENETIA
CASA DI AMICI








3BR. 2ND FLOOR CONDO. Preserve
view Features $18.000 in upgrades. All
large Ole on diagonal, maple cabinets.
Conan counters, marble vanities and
more Ligrii and bright Cathedral
ceilings.Orier/Ageni ............$295.000
BEVERLY HAYDEN, CRS
(941) 468-9017
S. Laura B. Kopple, Inc.
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NOKOMIS BEAUTY! H1le,
rr.,',,1 el,1 unrurnr.'r. 3. 'J d r:.,m _
tair r,.:,.:-,. l.:.-,r : --p I:_. : o 10 b. ,,
tc .,:r Ca,:. n:. ,: .- $1.100/mo


SUSAN JAGER
(9411 544-2779
Little Palm Real Estate
K (941) 480-0480 .

r SARASOTA TO >
PUNTA GORDA







IF A MOVE IS IN YOUR FUTURE SIT
BACK AND RELAX. LET ME TAKE
OVER ALL THE STRESSFUL
DETAILS. WHEN IT'S TIME TO BUY
OR SELL GIVE ME A CALL.
PAUL D. WESTERHAUS
(941) 685-8912 Direct
American Realty of Venice, Inc.,
GMAC Real Estate
K (941) 484-8080 ..


GORGEOUS VILLA AVAILABLE
NOW Tr;,. iaik ir,ir .rlia I.alureI
r.E.A lurn.riin.. ,1. IIoor-'S 1 BH 26,.
Iu.-. C.+. laIrf La C 0 41nai. lrm4al
,'i,: ,a., ,.aracle. l :-:e iC veti-n le2 ch
Call u1 u r. Jaqr.r Ior mrre retrial
S2,500/mo.
SUSAN JAGER
(941) 544-2779
Little Palm Real Estate
^K. (941) 480-0480 )


BEACH VIEW


2 BEDROOM, 2 BATH BEACH FRONT CONDO
Wheel.:h,air i... i, =tlt Pa F .ivlly lurch sr.h .]
S695,000
FRAN BAIRD
(941)488-0910
Sam H. Herron Jr Real Estate
(941)716-3131 ..


BRAND NEW HOME! READY FOR
IMMEDIATE MOVE Idf! 3 eJr.:,.om r
hair, 2 :ar g arag3i ': rp _il \w e loo r
upr .e.3 appli C-h.:es W.:nr I 1421 lInr.ri
Call.: I:-r mor re ,rT.-, .:.n a'E.alinal rliala s
$1.195 mo.
SUSAN JAGER
(941) 544-2779
Little Palm Real Estate
L (941) 480-0480


460 BASE AVE. VENICE ISLAND
CONDO, 2n11 Fir 2E8v'E.A Thi, un.I r:
101311I updali d Clo- 1Ct IC .l riihng t rieChe
nd Vrnric:e pier
A MUST SEE' $159,900
BY OWNER (941) 484-6202
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ON A SALTWATER CANAL Withnonr
bridgm 10 IIs-i.'non Bay Litz ,n-/a
* '-:ndli:'r 3EiR 20 204 212. lCIdA
mr: l0 riG~a-" i.1lum2 r-.-.lmrSmuh.1
CS appl~rict- . ql ci c.%:.r :oineiel

rnas~ri'.,r- mq.1'Ie Tr.:.p..:41i:14r:Ef ri fEa
mod'&.A i Meatori Ow* jn hui~eLi
S55%9900


PLANTATION CONDO ). VENICE VILLA
mmi^iw a NOVA CONDO


BEAUTIFUL FARMINGTON VISTA,
FIRST FLOOR CONDO wirl, ,',li
e ncoIi.i'. wrl W glass slaers .:.
ear..om. c3.air :arpel 6 [ie "
irir.:.u ,ri.ul naver rei nic l i Turnrkev
lurnilhrea Tniih urnl will ?-11 it Call 1
riJc."i 5$195.000
CLYDE SANDERS
(941) 809-6933
Prudential Cascade Realty
,. (941). 486-0400P .
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BEAUTIFUL. SPACIOUS. UPDATED,
28R.28A. 28 lan, avir pr.ac-, .inil
paner l insje launadry' roon. carpel- .
1l a m nr , ',,wo o ,1 r lo r Q L l u t h ',iu o u
,I'r.h litrar; e.,er.:.ii qup
Commuriir, po::l C.,er : i, v
$179,900
CAROL CLARKE
(941) 266-0418
" Century 21 Aawards Associates )


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345 COWRY ROAD, VENICE. POOL
HOME VALUE Load. ot R..oom 17,0 10
Sq Fi ro..:.me 3 ,e, + nr We-l ot .
Trail $ 184.900

RAY & KAREN TRECO
HELP U SELL Realty Options '
y (941)483-3810-. .
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Setin' 28 days or

we pay you

$1500.00 Cash!


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List your home with the John
Peirano and Kim Montgomery Home
Selling Team and we will give you a
performance guarantee that if we do .
not sell your home within 28 days at
a price acceptable to you then we
will pay you $1500.00 cash!
JOHN PEIRANO &
KIM MONTGOMERY
Realty Resource Associates, Inc.
S ..918-0010.or 232-9W ..


SUNSET HOUSE CONDO

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6 UNIT WATERFRONT LUXURY
COMMUNITY WITH HEArED POOL' Delue
h unii:, corrpleIe ilr 2 be ,lr i,.. r ,5. lull
baihi 13id i, oul in a p.a.- u. ipnn li:rI "r
plan Fehlur : rnl,. Ihe BEST in ,qual
''all lcr lull hsil',l ealurie:' 1 year t- uild-Ir
warranty1 1 down Avail.atle April May 9i
2(05 Waler pool views availal hile
i eriori lasts' Starlrivl atI nly
$225.000


Carolyn A. Jarvis, P.A.
. (941) 475-2298
EMAX.rperties (941).473-84841


GORGEOUS HOME'






WHY WAIT TO BUILD? This fab-ulous
Vener an Goil & CC home awaits
lealures 4BR/3BA A $60.000 pool/spa
package wi.t remove Confrol mi Inhe
house 3CG. gr-uirmrl kichen w ear-in
area. lormal DR. llce. sirling area o '
o ihe MBR Greai lake & goil view
Shorl walk IC River Club irhal has pO."1'
Ililrness ceniei. n-assage therapy '
lesiaurani & lounge Owrier.Broker
S$799,900
S LAUREN H. MEADOWS
I ERA Preferred Properties '
of Venice, Inc..
_'.-Su .i I' ;"'


2030 LYNX RUN, NORTH PORT -
BOBCAT TRAIL VILLA. Spaciou-..
sBR -:BA'-:C.G villa ,ieri.-Kiring g,,ll
course Loads oi upgradel s inclu3ring
cr.:wri folding. Iray celinrig Bahiama
.;rnera. ..ver'ized garage + $249.000

RAY & KAREN TRECO
HELP U SEIL Realty Options
S'.,(941) 483-3810" ,


CUSMIVi UrAMOIVI rlUJ-: ,H2 '
CG all lh D Ill, r.:ilie' Cu:iulO .t
crown rmiriqod. ,. rim. Cusio. i -o
.rretewa, I; Fil J.Cuzzi Dli sint, .
.arir C.-.,rnarn 'curier c. and r.Nw GE
a.pr-i.anic a ,ipaL:, i. i.iri. rg J p ra de.3d
lie HiuQ Laria. tr 3 seii i .:'l .r &
.ULICH "MORE' Call i,.r more
iril,.,rma lnorln rr 5315.000.
Carolyn A. Jarvis, P.A.
(941) 475-2298
REFMAX Propefrtle (941) 473-8484



TRIPLE CANALVIEWS








DEEP WATER & HEATED, SELF-CLEANING
POOL! u-' ",w,,'CG paradee
ouersi2ed garage.1 r rAV 'I tr collection .
Spenrid Everyday I,' paradire oIn Vour
priv,ale deep ialerin:ril i:.-erze' liip 1 I
Eperien.:e eaulilul ununril & i ur 'e,- *.
lrpii:. l ruil I rairan.l bree si.: n, :.Il riu
ltealure' FInrda hivirln) a 14. ir e tl1' 8i rI ,
$975,000

Carolyn A. Jarvis, P.A.
(941),475-2298
.REMAX Prop.erties (941) 473-8484
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FABULOUS LIVABLE ISLAND OF
'VENICE FIND! 3BR.-2BA & c-alhedral
beamed ceiling Plerirv ic rrcoorrm i.or pool
Root 3- y\ar5 old lewly upda.led
carpeLinle Vacanl, immrTedlely I
availatble MLS 445492. Owner Broker.
$399.900

LAUREN H. MEADOWS
ERA Preferred Properties '
of Venice, Inc. .
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Irm.i "il ;-LUXURY CONDO in new .:.
100 THE ESPLANADE illi,VENICE Wait' fvlMc,,e n .,day 2 e.-ar,
FOOTSTEPS TO THE BEACH. garage In gaIre c.:mmunr.
Wu..rderiul .- e .d 2 .alh vil.a-,Ivle Club]house and innli.e cernl
Curn dlreC0.lyv a.r'OS Hor beach evrerylhiriQ
Large :rreend elana11 pano $395.000
RAY & KARENTRE
RAY & KAREN TRECO HELP U SELL Realty I
HELP U SELL Realty Options (941) 483-3810
y_. (941) 483-3810 )


LOVELY HOME JUST LIKE I
P. ,-:.ii .5& ; '

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B R':BA .r',i:'r'ie ,w 'resI


O0i OVERSIZED LOT! Beaullulj
lariij.daping .:. :eri .i l H -1 ,.or .c BA
h'..me E l.ra r:,riom c:)Oul be ,:orij 3., jr.d
BR All new ,applri:es. in spaciOu weIll
equipped F.Ki:her. Fla. or lar e i13rn
overlooing r pa:ol larid.C.apinrig . i
:.rmpplee pria.:3/ #828S 5199,900
Carolyn A. Jarvis, P.A.
(941) 475-2298
QRE/MAXPropertles (941) 473-8484j '


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OC.ITir. 2 bal
ly wir.i pool
-l r C l.:.se I-:.
$269.500

ECO
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290 MORNINGSIDE ROAD, VENICE. :
JUST REMODELED MOVE IN
TODAY. updaled -i bc : h.edr>..-.m i C .Th
rn,,-me in .:i, eri L-ZE 1 Ciar igaraqe .
lr..ni p.al in anrd iiul new ii.:rieri new
. :iic- .ri A m ,rr .l ee .............$184.900

RAY & KAREN TRECO
HELP U SELL Realty Options
(941) 483-3810


441 IIEMMMHRlP OUUIfl VEICilE
DOLL HOUSE. Ur.ique ii.or plan L-BA
'BA, den anrrd bo'rnu rur,:ini -: or can
Le 3rd l.]-dr.::.Tim 1 :ar araq Tile
IlIrc..,r. Carp-. l in bedriO.iTim L HugLe
p crn.a.:, ler,-ed yard wi ri ,, ] c.range
lf-e and I: l i erl : Li :,:Ial.d .:.n ,err,
quiel le lh rin :. ro iru Irari, arnd
d .-cralir. ailh...:w.i e -: a.ai able
Exclusive lisling...................5174.900
"REMEMBER THE NAME"
CLIFF SPAIN
716-3485 Horizon Realty 2


NEW! -GORGEOUS GOLF
COURSE VIEW!
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IVIC: Lp-.- I;C '
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r'OOL., nu.l Ce w l 2w 2'J'jI 1.,ul
garage door liJe, II.' :r.inn Ri e.-i:reer ed
p:"l,. A C .a311 in gar B__i.,n :cornpuier.
:.. ..a.e -:leI ,rin LH FH -. ria n .:l iar
opens i.. I Kir, 3 Frei-r,.:h d.:. i .:r FO l
,. L nai + -' .luer' r',TI FR i'. rlr l
Cirid upda 3 applian.:i r.lrr,.re.d
wall ifn DR Abr-.jlillei, Eeauliul"
e8- S, $189,900
Carolyn A. Jarvis, P.A.
(941) 475-2298
RE/MAX Properties (941) 473-8484


'PELICAN POIN


TO THE BEACH GOLF & CC
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.iPELICAN POINTE GpLF & COUNTRY
CLUB. Greal lake ,..ew ,r, Ie-nrew 3
FOOTSTEPS TO THE BEACH. Les. bedroom den, 2 bah r, ne Upgrade="
Iran 1'2 bIoct. 10 Venice Beach Ir.,mrr. galore including gourne i ,icr.en. lI,:,ad
tOially updated lurniisehi 1 be-drco.m r 0 ol lie, upgraded cabinets beaulilul
1 Larri uri in ir.-nidly Carnriage House l andsc 'aping e.: Greal c:',- murii.,
,.,-.r pile. S178.000 1 5399.500

RAY & KARENTRECO RAY & KAREN TRECO
HELP U SELL Realty Options HELP U SELL Realty Options
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COMPLETELY UPGRADED IN 2004.
E .-' 1r'll i') tr a 1id w I' I N i : .t.I.E A r.:- I.:.
t.r,- o .,:.uj ini.:. c,)'. I..pi: ir.l hI r., l.l r- ,I.
juril3.:L .:'jIuier I. I .- i F ii :h- En Freri,,.:h', li-:..:
S i ,r: I-) L.q L a i t F ,l O i r i i' l ir '."i 5 ,'i ,
E l I ,i:l l c 'l ...l Ij ,Ti i r. t r i.- i ,-.] ?
pla r Er-.:.r, Iac njil -, I : i .:.:.u s. e- r 1
,E'. 5S215.000
Carolyn A. Jarvis, P.A.
(941) 475-2298
KRE/MAX Properties(941) 473-8484j J


ISLAND OF VENICE> /


LAUREN H. MEADOWS ,
ERA Preferred Properties
of Venice, Inc.
(941) 485-9602
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CHARMING HOME IN A PRIME LOCATION!
'BR.' i FAc:C 0 Spa'lu- wide:.pe,' LA FR a,
D[Ri Li ',I .1 i .I panrir pa3.:.: hru
Lin.-n Ci1,-ier' I".kh .T, Mr wB w lil-r 1t:, L'I
L.a rna + Pati:i FAR ,oprnu prival.e vard
R.:.,:.c-i l,:r p,,,:,I C'C I:,.- ,: li e ,3- i, Cl"mm' Ti 8:,31
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Laur:nf'lwnr.br,,.i:i el' K98 S 5215,000.

Carolyn A. Jarvis, P.A.
(941) 475-2298
RE/MAX Propertles(941) 473-8484 :.'


:SPACIOUS HOME


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THIS GORGEOUS SPACIOUS 3BR' '
'BA''2CC hon. rha Ii all' Larde ,. io i
plernp oil room lor pO) L.'vel,- rasrer. '
suile separate I.,rmal ii.r.ig & dining
room ,. mn ore B/ appcinrimeril
oany' MLS 453805 5269,900


LAUREN H. MEADOWS
ERA Preferred Properties
of Venice, Inc.
(941) 485-9602 .
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1030 WATERFRONT 1040 CONDOSNILLAS
HOMES FOR SALE
PORT CHARLOTTE resident By Owner Condo, 2/2/2,
looking for a storm damaged Plantation Golf & CC, split
or fixer upper home, any con- floor plan, corner lot,
edition. Will pay cash. Will pay waterview $245,000
higher than most investors. (941)5454422
Call (941)-875-0825
AWESOME WATER VIEW
Colony Point 2BR/2BA top
Punta Gorda Isles, 3/2/2, floor end condominium in PG
Sailboat access, quick out Isles. Elegant & totally updat-
to Harbor, light, cheery & ed with custom cabinets,
bright. Updated. $485,000. granite, crown molding, hard
Call Jeff Cardillo, wood & hurricane shutters.
RE/MAXHarbor Realty, Inc. Dock availability. Move in
(941) 8334207 cond. 510K. (941)-637-8098

Punta Gorda Lake Front. 3/1, COME SEE SAT.-SUN. 14PM
1250sf, dock, $239,000 WATERSIDE VLG CONDO VEN.
Sel-fast RE list at @ 3.5% 314 Clearbrook #102 1st Fir.
(941)-475-8282 2/2/den, Sunny breakfast bay
Grn View lanai, near pool
PUNTA GORDA, Sale/Lease Cheery Decor., upgrades.
Option-Sailboat water w/dock, New 2002. (941)-493-0212
no bridges to gulf, 2/2, fami
rm, fireplace, lecg, brand new DEEP CREEK 2/2 condo, pri-
rebuild. $310k. (941)-349- vate complex, $119,900. Call
3218 or (941)223-7832 Charlie & Debbie Lee 941-
625-8444. Prudential Village,
S. GULF COVE, 3/2.5/2 EngI Forest Park condo,
Custom Built in 2002. FOR SALE BY OWNER
P,0ol, boat duck. tboat lift 4260 Placida Rd., end
quick access to Gulf unit, 2BR/2BA split plan,
5499.9,) Call V3ler,3 garage on 1st fir, All
Thompon( Cnry anem, pool, tennis, etc.
Almrr (94l-3802955 furn, move in cond,
$249,900. Appointment
So. Gulf Cove, new custom only. Call 941-697-3463
home 4/2.5/2, 15416 Avery after 5 pm or on wkends.
Road. Avail. minmmed.,
$415,000, (239)455-0023 ENGLEWOOD, 55+ Sanctuary
on golf course, 4br/2.5ba Itd
1040 CONDOSNILLAS tennis ct, htd pool, clubhouse,
nature trail. Seldom available.
FOR SALE $269,000 (941)-698-0117
2/2 Newly tiled, 6 appliances,
in Gulf Cove Pt. Pat Murphy,
Harborside Property Mgmt.
941-759-0088 Creiate
A bright & airy villa on lake ,01i o 0w'
Waterside Village ro
305 Sunset Lake Blvd. eb paige
2/2/2cg + den $299,900. 1
.(941)4964119 [or FiEvt
A-TEAM PRESENTS h
CONDO OF THE MONTH 0W -*
Just reduced to $115,000. di't 10 .
Well kept 2nd. floor condo HOll I W
with elevator, 2BR/2BA with
carport. Located on Brinson .., nlint, e.uee
between Harbor Blvd. & Aaron W1W I0'
St. P.C. Walk to shopping, cul-
tural center, hospitals and
Doctors. Call for appt. to
show. Ursella Riley, Broker, A- .
Team Realty 941-629-9222
BSI -Waterfront Condo ground
fl, 2004, 3/2/1,media rm,
granite countertops, ceramic
& Berber, dock with 10K lift,
$475,000. (941) 639-6446. -


1040 CONDOSNILLAS
FOR SALE



"FLORIDA WANTS
YOU"
We Do All of Venice
+ area.
110 Plus
Condos Available!!
280 Plus
Homes Available!!
1/1.5 bath-walk to shop-
ping ......... $125,000
2 bed deluxe 2 bath cor-
ner apt. w/family rm built
just a few years ago. Like
a model Plantation GCC
$234,900
2/2 bath Golf course
course condo unit in popu-
lar Bird Bay Village furn.
for a low price of $224,900
2/2 Lakeside corner, totally
brought up to date brand
new appliances $229,000
2/2 with elevator very
clean, bright, cheerful
for only . . . $152,900
3BR Convertible/2 bath.
Corner unit 2 Ig walk-in
closets, inci covered parking
& priv laundry $184,500
"Anywhere in Venice area"
Ask us about our bonus to
you for listing with us.
FOR OTHER CONDOS
And any others Available in
Your Price Range
BIRDBAYREALTY.COM
680 Venice By-Pass N.
Sales Depart.
(941) 485-4804
1-800-464-8497
Rental Department
Annuals & Seasonals
(941) 484-6777
www.birdbayrealty.com

HERITAGE OAK Built 2004,
3/2 end unit, cov. park, kit.
3ppl. all upgraded, lakefront
aiew, $210k. 941-627-6297

HERITAGE OAKS Just
Reduced, 2nd fir. end unit,
3/2 w/carport, 1450 sq. ft.,
complete w/quality furniture.
?219,000. Call Ellen
McCarthy, C21 Aztec, 235-
5648.


1040 CONDOSNILLAS
FOR SALE


1040 CONDOSNILLAS 1040 CONDOSNILLAS 1070 DUPLEXES
FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE


Man Key 2BR,2 Direct Bay ROTONDA 2br/2ba/lcg
view Tamarind condo. on beautiful lake
Remodeled and furnished. 1 yr old, all appliances,
520-797-3976.. ceramic floors, lanai,
PC 2/2 Condo 1st fir, conve- storage & more.
nient area, pets ok, pool, ten- $225,000/firm.
nis court. Serious inquires (941)-697-7869
only! $129,900.
941-276-2631
PG, Luxurious waterfront SPECIAL OF
Condo/Townhse. Building with- THE WEEKI!
stood both storms unscathed. R AY VRYN
Deeded dockage, Gulf BIRD BAY, VERY NCE
access, waterview. All top of CONDO, CORNER UNIT
the line. By Owner, $340,000, ALL UPDATED! $229,900
(561)-832-0523 or (561) 312- Ray Brossard
1580 Bird Bay Realty.corn
S8 CALL 223-4775
PGI CONDO
5 minutes to harbor by boat
2/2/cp, 2nd floor, $299,000 Stunning Harbor View!
Re/Max Palm Realty Starboard Point, sailboat wtr,
Nancy Rector 888-391-2606 deeded dock, lift. 2/2
PROMENADES EAST w/den, 1969 sf. Upgrades.
CONDOMINIUM $549,900. Europe FL. Par-
1/1 & 2/2 Units adise Realty. (941) 766-0539
Jerry L. Kegel, VENETIAN FALLS VILLA Cen-
Lic. R.E. Broker ter Rd, Venice, New 2br/ba +
941-766-9339 den, Prime location,
$279,500. 941-488-1399
Promanades East. 2/2 condo: $279,500. 9414881399
3rd fIr, inside parking. Com- VENICE 2BR/2BA, 1st fIr, cor-
pletely furn. & equip. ner unit, Like new, Turnkey
$109000. 941-627-0486. furn, Pool & clubhse.
S$217,900. (414)-588-1111
PGI WATERFRONT, Ground
Floor Condo, 42' dock, 3/2/1 VENICE, beautiful, Ig 2br/2ba,
+ media room. Many 28' lanai, 55+ community,
upgrades. Sell w/ or w/out $179,900 Carol Clarke, Cen-
furniture. $345.000. With tury 21 Aaward (941)-266-0418
furn. (941)-637-3808 r I K x Il


Punta Gorda Isles new
construction condo,
3BR/2BA/1CG with
deeded sailboat dock,
$382,000.
Brian Helgemo
Five Star RIty 380-3727

PUNTA GORDA Large 2
bedroom luxury condo,
new Murphy bed, boat lift,
accommodates boat & jet
ski. Harbor view, 1 minute
to Charlotte Harbor, walk
to Fisherman's Village.
ready to carpet and paint
to buyers specs. Must see.
$449,000. Call 941-637-
1413 for appt.

Riverwood Country Club,
3/2/2 Condo, community
pool + clubhouse pool .&
amenities. $309,900 (561)-
718-7055


VENICE ISLAND,2ND FLR,
2/2 Condo,MANY UPDATES
near beaches. $159,900
By Owner (941)484-6202
VENICE, PINEBROOK, 2br/
2ba, garage, lanai, new paint
& carpet, move-in cond.
$229,900. (941)493-2776
VENICE: CAPRI ISLE BLVD.
VILLA, $187,900. TURNKEY.
'2/2, LOTS OF TILE. MINT
COND. (941)485-7159
Very clean Villa, many
upgrades. 2/2/2, den, great
rm., com. pool. Debi
Valencia, Kings Realty
$237,000 (941)-815-8869
WOW! HERITAGE OAK
EXTRA SIZE BRAND
SPANKING NEW IN OCTOBER
2001 THE SELLER SEZ IT
WAS USED ONLY 2 WEEKS
PER YEAR, THIS ONE IS
READY TO MOVE IN NOW
FURNISHED $184,900
SELL & SAVE
2% 4% 5% commissions
629-5590/888-775-0577
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4-4 Partial BAY View!
2963' on 20500' lot
Upgrades $399,000 Joe &
Sondra Isgrig RE/MAX
Bayside 941-400-1447 or
475-1311
TRIPLEX, 2/1, 1/1, efficiency,
exc. cond. Next to Warm Min-
eral Springs. $250K. 941-
623-0084 (D) 359-0241 (E).

1090 MOBILE HOMES
FOR SALE

"Maintenance free"
Adult Resort community
New and used homes avail.
Close to EverythingH!!
Bay Lakes
Nokomis, FL
Call (941)485-2555


1090 MOBILE HOMES
FOR SALE

"VACANT & AFFORDABLE"
Gorgeous 2/2
In active Adult Community
Bay Lakes
Nokomis, FL
(941)485-2555

2005, .3/2 24' x 44' Wind
Zone 3. Ready for delivery.
Regular set $49,900. or
FEMA Flood Set $54,900.
Turn-Key. (813)-641-8798

2005 JACOBSEN
2BR/2BA Double Wide.
$54,900 Inc. Del. Set.
Skirt. & Steps.
Call 941-875-6148

2br/2ba, Venice Ranch MHP
55+ 1 2x56 fully furnished


washer & dryer, carport, stor-
Classified = Sales age shed, $15,000
941-485-7605 or 830-0337


1090 MOBILE HOMES
FOR SALE
55+ VENTURA LAKES PG
Lake front cul-de-sac lot #289
2002 Palm H irbor 2000+SF
$124,000 (611)-637-4743

ALL AGE
COC'AMJUNITY
OWN A NEW LARGE
3/2 HOME
$657 per month
includes land fee.
River Trails
16900 Slater Rd.
IN. Fort Myers
(239)-466-1577

BAY INDIES -
VENICE, FL
Several Pre-owned 2/2
models available. Priced
from $15,000-$79,000
in Adult Amenity filled
Resort Community
Call (941)485-5444


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one-halt baths I Roman showersl, two car garage % ith additional garage ba%, solar heated and heat
pump Lnground pool with vision' -y\tei and safetN fence. Doge ru.n iItli sit\ foot fen,:mg, 20\20
shed. 10A 0 shed for storage, lean-to storage barn, ftncing, gates, and outdoor sho%%er. All this
situated on a 5 13 acre parcel of land itih two adlac:ent 5+ acte parcels lor a total ot 15.622 acres in
North Port Estates. Minutes to 1-75, school-. and shopping. Home warrant\ included. $1,109,000.

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2/1/2 Island Condo $775
2/2/1 Venice Home $950

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Waterway & jetty. Tirnkey furnished 2/2 unit DIRECT GULF.FRONT VIEW from this 3rd
with waterfront views from deck off living room. story 2 bedroom, 2 bath condo. Recently
One of the few units with a second floor deck updated, newer carpet, tile & window
too. Complex located on the Gulf of Mexico. treatments., this is a must see!
Large community pool area for friendly Call to set up your appointment
gatherings. MLS#428033. ................$475,000 at 484-8080.
S ..NORTH PORT LOT

.. De Herreda Drive-
(2 lots) MLS#434072.....each -$45,900
'O.'... DeLeon Drive, MLS#448277. -$65,000

SABALTRACE GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB. Shane Rd. MLS#445628.........$174,500
Almost new (2003) and beautifully maintained
3 bedroom, 2 bath, 2 car garage villa. Vesoucius Street
Centrally located in growing North Port.
Minutes to beaches and 1-75. Beautiful lake (2 lots) MLS#446706. ....each -$45,900,
view. Come see it! MLS#455014. $223,000
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Friday, Jan. 28, 2005, Real Estate Classified


1090 MOBILE HOMES
FOR SALE

BAY INDIES -
VENICE, FL
The Ultimate
Resort Community
929 Eleuthera 24x40, 2/2,
carport, lanai, all new inside,
partially furn $27,000

870 Exuma 24x48, 2/2,
carport, lanai, partially furn.
pet area $24,900

917 Ybor 24x48, 2/2, car-
port, lanai, screen rm, many
updates! $39,000

982 Ybor 24x36 2/1,
carport, lanai, $15,000

1250 N. Indes 24x44, fur-
nished, 2/2 on Curry Creek,
carport, updated $69,500
BAY INDES -
VENICE, FL
Call (941)485-5444
DOUBLEWIDE IN Lemon Bay
Isles, Engl. 2br/2ba/2cg,
part. furn, Immediate occup.
$163,900. (941-697-6064

HOLIDAY PARK N.P. beautiful
3/2. doublewide includes lot
ownership. Only $134,900
488-8143 SunAcre Realty


IMMEDIATE DELIVERY
2005 Zone Ill, 2BR/2BA.
28x44 w/plywood floors.
$54,9000 Inc. Del. Set.
Skirt. & Steps.
Call 941-875-6148


1090 MOBILE HOMES
FOR SALE

LAKE VILLAGE Nokomis,
55+, pet friendly & close to
beach & shopping,
2-3BR/2BA, fireplace & FL
room, unfurn., 1,650 sf, near-
ly new, many upgrades. A
MUST SEE! (941)-412-1759
LARGE SELECTION OF
HOMES & LOTS OWNED
OR RENTED LOTS
Venice Isles R.E. Sales
Lic. Real Estate Broker
By-Pass 41. 485-7743


1090 MOBILE HOMES
FOR SALE

New and Pre-
Owned Homes
Clubhouses, Pools, Fitness
Center. To many Amenity's
to Ust! Close to everything!
The Ultimate Adult
Resort Community
BAY INDIES -
VENICE, FL
(941)485-5444


Lowest prices on new manu- NK I, /1,
fractured homes from factory NKOMIS, 2br/1.5ba, open &
owned Prestige Home Center airy dble wide. Exc location,
in Tampa. 3BR, 2BA. Multi sec- 55+ near beach & shopping
tion homes from $39,900 $28,000 (941)-485-6854
including Delivery, Set-up and P.G. RIVERSIDE OAKS, Palm
A/C. 1 (800)-232-1644 Harbor, FSBO, 55+, 2/2, Ige
Manufactured Home (1) rms, encl anai. $77,900.
2004 Jacobsen Model ready (941) 505-8365.
for immediate delivery. PALM HARBOR Factory Liqui-
28x46, 2BR/2BA. Why wait dation Sale. All Models must
6 rmos. for a new home? Call go. Call for free brochures &
Ed at Meadowwood Homes quotes. 1-800-622-2832
(941)729-1198 PG, park on river, turnkey,
Mobile home on Saltwater 12x56, 2/1, +12x20 Fla. rm.,
canal. Placida, Senior park, CHA, 12x14 laundry W/D,
2BR/2BTH, liv. rm., din. rm., $28k firm 863494-5450
$57,900. Lot rent $286. mo.
CENTURY 21 AWARD 941- PUNTA GORDA Pelican Har-
475-0004 bor. Waterfront, 55+ Park,
own property, 2005 (Code 3)
New 2005 ,Clayton Mobil S/W mobile, 2/2, boat lift,
Home 16x60 Furnished, $140,000. (863) 885-1426.
2BR,2BA in 55+ Resident
Owned Park at Forest River Vil- PUNIA GORDA EAGLE POINT
lage. Great Area on Peace double wide 2BR/2BA. Asking
River Asking $72,500obo. $60,000. (941) 637-1940.
Call 419-566-4697. SARASOTA, Camelot Lakes
NEW MOBILE HOME NOW! 55+ Park, 24' W x 48' L,
.WHY. WAIT! Immediate to 6 2/2/CP, living rm, dining rm,
wks. delivery. Ask for Ron full kitchen, lanai,. W & D.
1-800-769-0952. $24,500. (941)-926-9400


1090 MOBILE HOMES
FOR SALE

SINGLES & DOUBLES -
22 models in stock or
special orders in 3 weeks.
Sample 2BR/1BA only
$26,900. Incl. Set-up,
A/C, skirting & steps.
First Class Homes.
(941) 639-9497

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North Hwy 17,
Punta Gorda, FI 33982
941-505-0029
VENICE Ridgewood MHP,
55+ off Route 41 By-Pass.
248 Jacaranda Circle.
12x56, + 12x20 addition.
2BR/2BA, $29,900/obo
Call'941-484-1297
VENICE 55+, 2/2/CP Fully
furnished, lanai, Shed,
Clubhouse & all amen.
$17,500. 941-480-9070
VENICE RANCH
1240 1BR/1BA, Asking
$19,500. Unfurn.
12x46, 2BR/1BA,
Asking $16,000 Furn.
55+ Community, No pets.
Call Dick or Steve
941-488-5672

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looking for a storm damaged
1120 WANTEDTO BUY or fixer upper home, any con-
dition. Will pay cash. Will pay
higher than most investors.
1-(941)-628-1599 Call (941)-875-0825
Stop Foreclosure
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3 Bed Rotonda on the Golf
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460-9606
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mo. 1 year lease 941-456-
4866
3/2/1 unfurnished, Pt. Char-
lotte, on saltwater canal,
appliances, $1500/ mo.
(941)-625-6700
3/2/2 Rotonda Annual. Lanai,
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3/2/2 Lake of the Wood Home, den, lanai.........$1350
212/1 Blackburn Harbor Villa, lanai, on water...$1300
3/2/2 Bellagio Isl. Home, lanai, comm. pool.....$1500
2/2/2 Hidden Lakes Home, den, lanai................$1500
3/2/3 Calusa Lakes Home, office w/ built-ins..............
2/2 Sansovino Condo, 3rd fl. (furnished)..........$1575


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1210 HOMES FOR RENT 1210 HOMES FOR RENT 1210 HOMES FOR RENT 1210 HOMES FOR RENT 1210 HOMES FOR RENT 1210 HOMES FOR RENT 1210 HOMES FOR RENT


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2B/2BA/ICG w/Carport on BOCA GRANDE, 3/2 +carport
Canal on Hinton. Completely unfurn, no pets. $2,000/mo.
Remodeled. Small Pet Consid- The Seale Family Inc. Realtors
ered. $1,000. NP192 (941)-964-2210
Brand new 3BR/2BA/2CG,
3B/2BA/2CG, Saltwater screened lanai, all appliances,
Canal w/dock, Incl. Pool Ser- N/S. $1,10(0/mo. 1/L/Clean-
vice on Barksdale. New Car- ing deposit (941)379-4463
pet. split Plan. Small Pet Con-
sidered. $1,300. NP206 CAPE CORAL SE, direct
access, davits & dock, 2/2/1,
2B/2BA Oak Forrest Condo, 1st, last, sec. Credit check.
Over 55 Adult Community, $995 mo. (716)-491-5462
2ND. Floor, Pool, Clubhouse, City Island of Venice 3BR/3BA
Washer/Dryer, Overlooking home, close to beach.
Waterway. $750. No Pets. $1395/mo.
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$1150/MO.
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(239)-225-7319.
Eng. 2/2/2, furn., utilities, flex
lease. $1,500 mo. Avail
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474-9536

6725 MARION ST.
2BR/2BA Pool & Dock
$1400/mo + utilities &
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1090 GULF BLVD.
2/2 $1100/mo incl. water
& electric.

163 L BOUNDARY BLVD
2br/2ba with garage
$1200/mo + util

We Need Rentals!!!

ENGL- SMALL lbr/lba look-
nag for tenant with healthcare
exp. rent can be adjusted for
-.ervices. (941)-474-1533
Engl/Gulf Cove Spectular full
bay view Million dollar pool
hm. 2/2/2, Deep water, 2
docks, boat lift, Unfurn,
$2795/mo 941-468-7660
ENGLEWOOD 2/1/CP New
kitchen, tile, laundry room,
NS, No pets, Ann. $850/mo
lst,L,S, 941-474-3523


ENGLEWOOD ISLES, Execu-
tive home, 3BR/2BA, Pool.
Seas. or annual. No pets.
$2500/mo. (941)-473-1929






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2/2/1..................... $900
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3/2/2 pool..............$1300
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2/2 Condo................$800
3/?/2 pool..............$1500
PGI
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March......................$1300
2/2/2 turn..............$1800
NORTH PORT
2/2/2..................... $950
3/2/2................... $1150




GARDENS OF GULF COVE
3/2/2 tile, comm pool & ten-
nis. $1200/mo + dep.
Harborside Property
Management 941-697-
7077 Lic RE Broker


GULF COVE, 2/2/1, family rm, NORTH PORT 3/2/2 PELICAN POINTE GOLF &
no pets. lst/last/sec. 4141 HAMWOOD ST. C.C. beautiful, brand new,
$1000/mo UNFURN. (941) 1st, last, sec. 4br/3ba/3cg, pool on large lake,
697-9532 or (941)-698-0628 $1200/mo. 941-223-7801 $2,000/mo. (941)408-8964
Harbour Heights Brand New NORTH PORT 3BR/2BA/2cg, PG canal front home 2BR/
3/2/2 on water, $1700 mo. like new, no pets. $900 sec. 2BA, garage, large FL room.
across from county park. Sea- $1,100/mo. Call (941)423- CHA, tile throughout. $1200
sonal or monthly, (239)-263- 4642 leave message monthly. 941-639-2823.
2760 NORTH PORT BRAND NEW PG, SEMINOLE LAKES 3/2/2
Lake Suzy, 3/3 w/Mother-in- 3/2/2, 1600 sf liv, 2250 on golf course with beautiful
Law unit on 5 acres, horse total, all new subdivision, view Avail. 2/15. Annual only.
friendly, $2,475/mo. Call $1250/mo. (941)-416-4459 $1300 mo. (815)-355-1119
Kathy Hinga, DCR Rentals NORTH PORT new construc- PGI: 3/2/1, SWF, $1300 mo.
(941) 628-8855 tion, 3br/2ba w/den & 2cg, 1st., last & security, includes
N Port Beautiful BRAND NEW pool, $1450/mo. Call Dou- lawn care. No pets, no smok-
3/2/2, over 1800 SF. tile glas Realty Property Mgmt at ing. Available 2/1/05. Please
wooded lot. $1295/mo. 1-888-208-5129 call (941)-626-2293
Annual Lease 941-457-0727 NORTH PORT, Toledo Blade/I- PGI- 3/2/2 Fully furn.-heated
N. PORT Heron Creek G&CC 75. New 3/2/2, $1675. mo. & caged pool home on canal-
New 3/2/2 enjoy the maint Lease purchase option avail- apprx. 1 mi. from Fishermans
free-care free lifestyle, able. Florida Gulf Coast Village. Living, family, dining
$1800/mo annual. Gerald Group. 239-425-3633 'and brkfst area-indoor laundry.
Steineman Licensed Real OSPREY- REMODELED 3/2/2 Roof dried in (cmpl. 2/05),
Estate Broker 941-493-7447 pool & hot tub, 1700 SF, new carpet. N/S, N/P. $1900.
N.P. Lease opt to purchase spacious yard, boat/RV ok w/lyr lease. Sec. Dep. and
2 year old 3br/2ba/2cg $1595/mo 420 Bayview Av. 1st m r Avail 2/1/05.
home $1195/mo. 941-376-7653
488-8143 Owner/broker *NEED A RENTAL* PORT CHARLOTTE,
Unfurnished 3/2/2 home.
NORTH PORT, 2/br 1.5/ba, DCR RENTAL MGMT Randol Realty, Inc.
NORTH PORT, 2/br 1.5/ha, 941-624-0500 9)-62
fenced yard, completely 941-624-0500(941)-625-4193 or77
remodeled 2003. $1100/mo. P.C. 2/2, $900/mo. 2/1/G (941)-661-0977
lst/st/sec. (941)-497-0667 WF or 3/2, $999. 3/2/G, PORT CH: Million dollar view,
$1,100. $1,200/Dep. ann. Countryman Lake Waterway.
NOKOMIS/OSPREY, lease only. (941)240-1749 Completely remodeled spa-
2BR/2BA, 2CG, cious 3BR/2.5BA/2C(, split
Sorrento East, immaculate, PC. 3BR/2BA SALTWATER floor plan, 2 living oms. No
$975. 941-918-0010 Canal home newly remodeled pets, non-smoker(s), $1800/
covered boat dock. st/1/secmo. (239) 398-5395.
NOPT: Brand New, 3/2/2, $1400/mo. 941-504-5468
1622sf, AC. 1333 Japan, PC, 2/2/1, furnished, PORT CHARLOTTE, 2/1 family
$1195. 941-480-1266, $850/mo. Close to Port Char- room, CHA, W/D, stove &
Backs up to Toledo Blade Ele- lotte High School. No Pets. fridge 21154 Gephart Ave.
mentary School. 1st. & last, (941)-625-0983 $795/mo. (941)-629-7601.


1210 HOMES FOR RENT 1210 HOMES FOR RENT

PORT CHARLOTTE, 2/2/1, S.VENICE, 3/2/1, new Ig.
on Fresh Water Canal, annu- lanai, w/wet bar, tile/hrdwd
al $900/mo., 1st., last + dep. floors, landscape, fenced.
No pets. 941-624-4773 $1250/mo. 941-484-1919
PORT CHARLOTTE 2/2/2 Seasonal or Annual
unfurn., on SW canal, appls., NP/PC/PG/Venice
small pets considered. Houses and Villas
$1025/mo. 1st, last & sec. 1 (941)429-6223
yr. lease, immed. occ., 941-
627-4101 aft. 5pm. IIN SHAYMAN
PORT CHARLOTTE, 4343 MANAGEMENT
Flamingo Blvd., 3/2/2, no SERVICES
bridges canal tip lot, min. to
harbor. 3-12 mos. $2000/mo Award winning Professional
4331 Flamingo Blvd., 3/2/1, Management Company
waterview, $1250/mo. Call Serving the Areas of N. Port,
(941)-625-1831 Pt. Charlotte & Punta Gorda
PT. CHAR- 2br/2ba. Irg fl rm, for over 15 years. For a list of
immaculate, across for golf Annual & Seasonal Rentals
course. 1st, last, sec. $1200 call (941) 764-7777, (800)
+ until. NS/NP. 941-423-3838 283-0431 or visit us at:
+www.Shaymanmanagement.com
Pt. Charlotte, 3/1/1, SO VENICE- 3/2/1, fam rm
quiet area, lanai, $825 mo. w/fireplace, scr. lanai, walking
Call for other available rentals. distance to everything
Landmark Realty 575-4550 $1100/mo. 941-650-1090
PUNTA GORDA ISLES: 2/2/2 So. Gulf Cove, immaculate
pool. Available now, pets fully furn. short term, water-
okay. $1600 month, 1st. & front, 4/2/2, dock/davits,
Security. Call (941)-575-6482 $1,800/mo, (561)-722-0802
S Gulf Cove 3/2/2 pool SEEING IS BELIEVING!
on canal access to Gulf New 3/2/2 homes
RE/MAX 4s New 3/2/2 homes
RE/MAX941-548-0140 4680667Properties Corian counters, ceramic
941-548-0140 468-0667 floors, Hurricane shutters,
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last, sec. 724 Brandeton Rd. Most Reputable Builder!
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S. VENICE, 3/2, encl lanai, Ven Gardens 2/2/2, lanai,
no smoking/no pets. newly remodens 2/2/2, lanai,
lst/Ist/sec 90 W. Seminole. newly remodeled on culde-
$875/mo. (941)-493-4716 sac, $1,250/mo. 1st &1Sec.
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1240 CONDOS/VILLAS
FOR RENT


3/2/2, over 55, maint. free, DEEP CREEK, new on golf
Annual $1,400/mo. Ist/L/ course, 2/2+ den, pool,
Security (941)308-3783 $1200/mo + util. No pets.
VENICE GDNS, Lg 2br/2ba annual lease, 941-505-7269
w/lanai, 2cg, no pets. El Jobean Waterfront,
$995/mo. 1st & sec. Poss 2br/2ba, lanai, pool, furn.
lease/option. (941-488-1716 N/S, will consider pet. Month-
Venice 3BR/1BA det. ly $2750 (941)475-5311
garage w/bath, newly remod- EL JOBEAN: Waterfront
eled, ready 2/1. Possible 1-2 condo, furnished, 2/1, no
horses aloud. $1,250/mo. pets, pool, annual lease. $800
(941)412-0021 mo. 1st, last & security. Avail.
VENICE 4BR/2BA 2100+SF now. 941-629-7485
Comm. Ctr w/ pool/tennis Engl -Waterfront, 2BR furn,
$2,200/mth 1 mth security + pool, boat dock, Avail now.
1st. Call 941-266-9522 Walk to shop Seas/Ann. Pet
VENICE Chestnut Creek, 118 OK $1495. (941)475-7751
Woodingham Dr., 3/2/2, P.C. Off Kings Highway, 2/2,
Annual $1,100/mo. laundry. 1st & 2nd floor units.
1-303-670-8866 Furn./Unfurn. 1st, Last +
VENICE, Chestnut Creek $600. dep. NP 941-624-5967
Patio Home, 2/2/2, large PGI, Brand New Condo, 3/2
florida room, great comm. /1, 000/mo. Call Kathy
amenities, pool, tennis, activi- /1, $1,000/mo. Call Kathy
ties avail. Util. Incl. $1650/mo. Hinga DCR Rentals, (941)
941-364-9505 ext. 2200 628-8855
800-237-9505 ext. 2200 PT CHARLOTTE, unfurn, new-
ResortQuest Real Estate er ranch, 2br +den, 2ba,
garage, pool, $1050/mo.
VENICE- Central location. 3/2/1 garage, pool, $1050/mo.
Annual lease. (9411475-4486
lanai, fenced, new paint. Sm
pet OK. Annual. $1025/mo PUNTA GORDA ISLES 2/2
1st, L, Sec. 941-716-3085 Condo, Floor 1, Sailboat


1240 CONDOS/VILLAS
FOR RENT

1BR/1BA, furn., W/D, car-
port, golf, htd, pool, Annual'
lease. $800/mo. + Sec. Bird
Bay Village. (941)484-6436








PC 22/2 Town Hom ,lage ......................$775
A oa Gardens Forres Nelsoni
WE NEED MORERENTAL UNITS
SHORTTERM FURWIISHED UnITS AVAIL,

ANNUAL unfurn. rentals avail.
2/1, $850, or luxury 2/2 +
den, waterfront; $1800.
Seasonal 2/2, $2000.
Anchor Realty 639-1376
DEEP CREEK 2/2, all appl,
cath cell. ceramic tile,
screened lanai $895/mo,
annual 1st last & sec 941-
6614539 or 941-743-0386.
DEEP CREEK, 2/2/2, Villa.
26555 Nordic Way, Avail-
able Feb. 1st. $950 mo.
1st. + security. 941-766-
8200 or 941-204-1304
DEEP CREEK new on golf
course, 2/2+ den, $1000,
1st, last & sec. (941)-637-
1500


canal Beautiful Lagoon view,
$1250/mo + utilities. Securi-
ty plus references. No pets
941423-5281
PUNTA GORDA ISLES:
New Luxury 2/2 WATER-
FRONT Deep water dock
direct access to Charlotte
Bay.$2,000.00 Annual
561-747-6618
VENICE, PLANTATION G&CC
3/2 condo, comm. pool, unfur-
nished. $1650/mo
941-364-9505 ext. 2200
800-237-9505 ext. 2200
ResortQuest Real Estate

1300 DUPLEXES
FOR RENT

2/2/1 like new, lawn care incl.


1210 HOMES FOR RENT

Venetian Homes Brand new


$825. 9216 B. Anita Ave. E, a
Englewood. ALMAR RENTALS 1350 EFFICIENCIES
& MGMT. (941) 207-4007 FOR RENT,
ENGLEWOOD- 2br/lba, newly
remodeled, pool, boat dock,
minutes from gulf-no bridges, STUDIO RENTALS
(941)-473-7867 or 356-3203 Island of Venice $750/Mo.
3 mo min. 1st, last, sec.
ENGLEWOOD/ROTONDA incl. elec, water, cable,
2/2/1 Nice area. W/D hook 40+ comm. Snowbirds
up. 1st, L & sec. $875/mo.. welcome. 941-484-2632
No pets./ N/S 941-698-1817
MURDOCK 2/2/1, 1360 ROOMS
No Pets, $700/mo, 16 RT
1st +S ec of $1,000 FOR RENT
(941)423-0486


Classified = Sales


MASTER BEDROOM w/bath,
fully furn, house privileges.
Male preferred. $425/mo
(941) 493-5884


1320 APARTMENTS
FOR RENT

1 BEDROOM APART'S
AVAIL CHARLOTTE HAR-
BOR AREA. $680/MO
INCLUDES WATER &
CABLE. 941-475-2178
2/1 Eng., unfurnished NO
PETS, $600 mo. incl. utilities.
1st & last. 941-697-7717
(941)-488-3913
1 BR STUDIO & EFFICIENCY
APTS. FOR RENT ON ISLAND
OF VENICE
CHARLOTTE HARBOR effic.
apt., completely furn., .all new,
util. incl. full kit. & bath, no
pets or smoking. 1 yr lease.,
1st., last & damage, $600/
mo. eves. 941-764-3969
DOWNTOWN VENICE, 1br
Unfurn. Newly decorated,
wood firs. Walk beach, no
pets. $550/mo. (941)4846022
HERON COVE APTS
OF ENGLEWOOD (off Dear-
born) SPACIOUS 2BR WITH
DEN OR 3BR, HTD. POOL,
GAZEBO, TENNIS COURT,
CLOSE TO BEACH & WALKING
DISTANCE TO PUBLIC & WAL-
GREENS SM. PETS & FAMILIES
ARE WELCOME. 941-473-
0450 AVAILABLE NOW!!!
ISLAND CONVENIENCE 2
Br./1 Ba. $725/mo. lst/L
& Deposit. Annuals Pref.
Spacious! (941) 504-1759
VENICE- 2br/lba spacious on
1 acre lot w/main house.
NS/NP. $850 annual util incl.
Seas $1600. (941)-484-1836

1340 MOBILE HOMES
FOR RENT

Gulf front mobile home, 55+
Park, 2 bedroom, Manasota
Key. Avail March & April 941-
460-9606
Surfside Realty, Inc
NOKOMIS 1BR/1BA,
506 PINEWOOD AVE
$535/MO + SEC. $725
MOVE IN $1260. 914-2760


1390 VACATION/SEAS
RENTALS


1390 VACATION/SEAS
RENTALS


1360 ROOMS 1390 VACATION/SEAS
FOR RENT RENTALS

East Englewood private enter- Bayfront House! Dock! Beach
ance & bath, $110/wk Easement! 2 Bed + Pool.
Call after 1pm 474-8939 Englewood Beach area.
Surfside Realty, Inc.
ENGL- 1 single rm furn, prvt 941-460-9606
ent, satellite, a/c, $125/wk
incl. all util. (941)-787-0294 or BEAUTIFUL Clipper Cove in
(941)914-0552 or 662-0094 PGI, Elegant 3/2, waterfront,
$2800 mo. incl. all util. Real-
GOLDEN GIRLS, 4 rms to rent ty Management 625-3131
w/ kitchen, living rm to share
77 acres ranch to roam on. Elegant 2br/2ba on Golf
Prices nego (843)-297-0123 course in Capri Isles in
Venice. 3 mo min.
PG newly remodeled fur- $2500/mo includes all
nished, cable, phone utilities amen. 941-475-5899
included. $125/week. (941)
505-0172 or (239)-229-5228 Eng. 3/2 or 2/2 house avail
S VENICE, single rm, furn, priv By t he month or more!
bath, kitch privileges, M or F, By thRE/MAX Propeties 941-
N/S, N/P. $125/wk + sec. 548-0140 877-468-0667
Avail. 2/1/05 (941)-497-4569
Two Rooms, P.C. Area both w/ Englewood Isles 3/2/2 Heat-
kitchen rivedges $120 pered Pool, All nevO interior, avail
.kitchen pvledges.mmed. Min to beach, boat
week, $150 per week w/ dock avail. 603-566-5460
priv.bath. 941-629-3363.
ENGLEWOOD, waterfront sea-
1370 RENTALSTO sonal rental, 2br, $1800/mo.
SHARE also avail per week. 3-day
min. Call (941)-493-9358.

E ENGLEWOOD $425 mo. + Furnished Condo in Golden
1/2 util. Full access to hbuse, Strand, across from Venice
Direct TV, clean. Call Bill @ Bch. Avail Feb, Mar & Apr.
(941)-544-0344 Iv msg Call Owner (941)-493-3192
or (941)416-5196
Housemate needed. Own
room, share house. ISALND OF VENICE Small apt,
$400/mo. includes utilities 3 blks from beach & town,
with W/D (941)-391-1115 No pets, no smoking.
941-488-1992
PC Gardens of Gulf Cove, 3
rms. to 3 prof. Seasonal or Feb 2/2 Hse $1800+
long term lease. No smoking, Mar 2/2 Condo. $2200 +
no pets. Avail 3/1, 1st., last + Mar 2/2 Hse $2200 +
security. (941)-743-7706 Investment RIty 492-5050
Venice: Prof. Female Seeking No. Port, new, 3/2/2, fur-
Same, to share hm N/S, N/P. nished, avail 1st week of Feb.,
$400/mo. incl utl. 941-716-1262 min. 3 mos. $2,300 incl. utili-
ties & lawn care. 1st & dep.
VENICE GARDENS, 3BR/2BA, 941-544-3377
full house privileges. TV &
phone line in each rm. $485 NORTH PORT, New, 3/2/2,
util. incl. (941) 4924355 furnished, no pets. Non smok-
ers. $2300/mo. Call for
1390 VACATION/SEAS details. 941-493-0623.
RENTALS PC 3/2, nice area, big trees,
$1400/mo. 4 month minimum
2 Bed pool home, Dock, No (941)-637-0793 or (941)-266-
bridges to Lemon Bay! Avail. 7795.
February, March & April. PG, Honeymoon cottage on
Surfside Realty, Inc. private lake, turn key, 2/1,
941460-9606 Sat. TV, W/D, $1,400/mo.
2/2 House, close to Call (941)-276-0017
Shopping! Beaches! Golfing! PGI- House in Historic District.
"$2100 per month Avail. Adorable 2/2 fully furnished.
March. 460-9606 .Available February 1
Surfside Realty, Inc. Call Five Star Realty
2BR/2BA FURNISHED Water- 941-637-6116
view condo. Island of Venice. PGi- Villas of Cedar Key
Heated pool. $2200/mo incl waterfront condo. Furnished
utilities 941-488-8143 2/2. Available immediately.
Call Five Star Realty
2br/2ba Venetian Golf & 941-637-6116
River Club. Brand New, full
anem. Resort style Advertise Today!
Clubhse. (973)-277-4512


SVENICE ISLAND Beach-
front Condo, 1/1, San
RIVERWOOD 3/2 Condo, Marco. Spectacular 4th FL
pool clubhouse, golfing. Call spacious,
for pricing. HERON CREEK:
3/2/2, den, sleeps 10, pri- furn beachfront htd. pool,
vate pool & spa, clubhouse & 1 m. min., elevators, no
golfing. Call for pricing. 941- pets. (941)484-1865
255-8881 Shells Realty. pets. (941)484-1865
S VENICE- 2br/2ba, garage,
lanai, clean, exc cond. N/P, 1500 LOTS & ACREAGE
N/S. $1,800/mo. +sec.
(941-493-0849 2 Beautiful adjacent lots in
VA C TION RENTALS North Port on Palisades. Area
Homes & Condo's, Avail in of nice homes! $35K ea. or
Pt. Charlotte & Engelwood $65K for both. 772460-6441
Call Harborside Property 2 LOTS SIDE BY SIDE. from
Mgmt, Inc. 941-697-7077 $57,800 Others avail in PC,
harborsideorooerties.com NP & E. Eng. Sel-fast list @
VENCIE ISLAND Home close 3.5% (941)-475-8282
to shopping, beaches, pool, 3 lots in South Gulf Cove
avail now. $2500/mo. 15169 ALDAMA CIR $64,500;
Weekly poss. 941-488-7272. 8089 ANTWERP CIR
VENICE AREA furnished units $64,500; 8061 TECUMSEH
941493-8036 CIR $68,500.
ALMAR RENTALS & MGMT. 941-875-1328
VENICE AVAIL. NOW Private, www.south-gulf-cove-land.com
Quiet Clean newer, 1BR 5 ACRES High & Dry in Hidden
Duplex, $1400/mo Acres, Fenced Pasture Grass,
941-485-0401 Paved Roads, Hurricane Dam-
VENICE AVE. 3/2/2, clean, aged Home, Arcadia Area
*furnished house. Small pet ok. Sold As Is $105,000. (863)-
$2700/mo. 941-488-9486 494-5921
venicerentalhomes.com 7 LOTS IN ROTONDA LAKES
Venice Beach Condo, SINGLE, CORNER & DOUBLE
updated 2br/2ba, bright & w/city utilities. Starting at
clean, pool. Avail April + $35K. 941-697-3869
$2,000/mo. AA Florida
Gulfcoast Rentals 8 LOTS LEFT!
(941)-492-4280 PORT CHARLOTTE
Deed Restrict
VENICE GDNS, 2/2/1 tiled Ready To Build
,home, furn, clean, very nice, H20, Sewer
near beaches & shopping. $185,000/Takes Them All
Feb, Mar, Apr (941)-492-9282 941-953-9772 x302
VENICE ISLAND, 2 1BR James Frederick
condo units avail, side by side: Richardson Kleiber Walter
Remodeled, furn. on Historic. The Richardson Group LLC
Venice Ave. 2 BlIks to beach,
pool, tennis. 2000 /mo. per
unit. 3 mo. min. Call Maureen '-L
(203)-378-7516 or Carol 203-
345-6200 & A
VENICE ISLAND, 2BR/2BA,
Turn key. 2 Month Min. Non
smoker. Walk to beach.
Avail Now! 941-650-5309
VENICE ISLAND CONDO 55+,
2BR/2BA w/ lanai. Furnished,
Seasonal-Annual $1600
/mo,seas. 941-496-0063
VENICE ISLAND EFFIC
Central loc, 1/2 mi to beach -.
& Main St. $1200/mo. No
pets/smoke 941-485-6019
VENICE ISLAND-Downtown,
Close to beach. pool,
laundry, Many extras.
wkly/mthly Call 483-3014
VENICE:. Plantation Golf & CC SORRENTO SHORES
2BR/2BA Villa on Golf Cour, w/1 c.att. gar. 2 bed, 2
N/S, N/P; turnkey, all amen. Mth den or office, screened
to Mth 734-330-9521 OR exterior, new wood lam
venicevilla@juho.com


1500 LOTS & ACREAGE

BEAUTIFUL Rotonda Canal Lot
21 BUNKER CIRCLE
$93,500 Call for information.
(941)473-0095
BUILDERS & INVESTORS
Multi Family Lot For Sale
1/2 Acre Deep Creek P.G.
Won't Last at $165K
Utilities, (561)-202-5050
BURNT STORE LAKES. fresh
waterfront lot, 17180 Bar-
crest Ln, Punta Gorda.
$118,900 (941)456-5299 or
(941)-697-7432.
BURNT Store Village. Jaurez
Circle, Block 349, Lot 10.
$55,000. (941)-575-7161
CHARLOTTE RANCHETTES 1
1/4 acres, on Austrian Blvd.,
close to Bermont Rd.
$52,900 obo. 941-639-8976

DOUBLE YOUR
INVESTMENT IN
ONE YEAR

Looking for the next new
area to invest in lots?
1244 Builder's Lots
in fast growing, deed
restricted development.


Buy one or buy them all!
(954)-605-6407
Double lot in Rotonda
RMF10 zoning, one of a
kind. Charity Cain @ Gas-
parilla Properties
941-716-0685
Gasparilla Properties
DOUBLE LOT on greenbelt
privacy, close to 1-75
in North Port. $67,000.
(941)-429-4-741
DREAM LOT IN ENGLEWOOD
near Walmart & beaches.
$37,000. 10,000sf.
(941) 786-8312


AINE PALAZZI-
kSSOCIATES, INC.
Lic. Real Estate Broker
941-480-9691





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- Free Standing Villa SOUTH VENICE Doll House- 2/2/1 c.
ba, 1 c. aft. gar., plus gar. Mint! (Under contract in 2 days!)
lanai, newly painted
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'i, Richard Bradwavy
&C A-ssociates, Inc. RIeators Bz
SN & Ass .ociates, Inc.* Realtors BELEZA! Highly anticipated and simply the most spectacular view in
. Venice ... or anywhere! Pre-construction sale of a 6" floor condo with
SA private elevator lobby. 3 bedroom plus den, 2 terraces with direct Gulf
S211 S. Nokomis Ave Venice, FL 34285 front and southern views. Luxurious designer interior features 10'
ceilings, marble quality workmanship ... all designed with Gulf views
Sand the finest lifestyle in mind. $1,999,000.
941dw1y-332 ~f ~ Call Richard Bradway 809-8431





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Linda Bradway Patty Wheeler Betty Curry Knight ''. -


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809-3555


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928-3019


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A LAKES ... .:i:iali l it i o, :i ul l.Jl l i if ij.:ri
after Calusa Lakes! Arthur Rutenberg's Versailles model
editions! Over 5,000 sq. ft. includes 4-5 bedrooms. 4 baths,
arage. Patio plus large lanai overlooks golf course and
I greenbelt. Countless upgrades and features include
ner perfect kitchen, intercom, security system, wet bar and
shutters. Caged Diamond Brite pool/spa combo is gas
This home must be seen to be appreciated! $899,700.
.0. Call Dee Gomber 484-6604 or Tim Gomber 468-7355.


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Pino Gambo Kim Gauvreau-Wallace
716-4308 321-7229







Tim Gomber Bridget De Palma ]
468-7355 809-4786







Laura Bennawy Cheryl W
416-3132 223.



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Bob Piel
716-7435


Bonnie Price
350-3362







Dee Gomber
497-9483


WATERFRONT...NO BRIDGES TO GULF Great view from this "as is'
3 bedroom, 2 bath home with pool. Located on quiet street neai
Venice Jetties. Boat dock offers excellent protection in deep watel
canal with seawall. View Roberts Bay from the lanai. Excellent
location....,a boater's dream.MLS#455700 $1,100,000.


Bill Lawlor Chloe Fleming 32" ,W o
445-1046 Jayne Irene 321 .4 11;


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PELICAN POINT ,,, Overlook golf course and small lake from
the lanai of this lovely 2BR/2BA maintenance free villa ir
beautiful Pelican Point. New paint and tile throughout ..
bright eat-in kitchen leads to utility area with washer and
dryer. Just steps to neighborhood heated pool. One cal
garage ... location offers everything! Near shopping,
restaurants, YMCA and easy access to 1-75. $259,900.
#455200. Call Betty Knight 928-3019.


LAKANUA ... Koomy Z~Bi/BA witn oen. ramiy room, large
ol area and 2CG in popular central location. Over 2,300 sq.
with partial lake view. Close to shopping, banking and
lCA!$299,900.#444013.Call Bridget DePalma 809-4786.


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259 FAREHAM DRIVE -PLANTATION
PLANTATION NEW LISTING! Why wait to build? Pristine 4BR. 2BA in
Fairway Village. Private lanai with spa overlooks nature preserve.
Cathedral ceilings, new carpet and tile throughout. Owners have spared
not attention to detail Features also include security system and
community heated pool. One of the most popular locations in Venice ...
close to shopping, dining, banking and easy access to 1-75.$369,900
Call Kim Gauvreau-Wallace 321-7229. Directions: South on 41, left
into Plantation, right on Wexford Drive, right on Mayfair, left on
Faroham


OPEN HOUSE Sunday 1:00 L:00
415 EDEN DRIVE
ENGLEWOOD ISLES-Pristine canal front home with loads of new
features! New roof, newly painted inside and out! 10,000 lb boat lift a
boater's dream! Almost 3,000 sq. ft. total area makes this fabulous 3
bedroom, 2 bath waterfront home a "best buy". Caged pool, numerous
custom features! #442074.$649.900. Call Patty Wheeler 809-8430
Directions:776 to Englewood Isles, left on Gladstone Blvd., left on
Eden Drive.


ISLtS ... "JOl uo reen condominium ... ground leVelv
m, 2 bath overlooking pond, golf course and nature
e. Beautifully maintained, updated and rarely available
ce features barrel tile, spacious lanai, washer/dryer
and community pool. Enjoy Capri Isles golf course anc
the most centrally located address in the area. Low
' association feel $239,000. #453765. Call Bob Piel
35.


OPEN HOUSE Sunday 1:00 3:00
109 CORTE DEL ROSA
BELLAGIO An Island Geml Turnkey furnished ... immediate use for
vacation home or investor! Beautifully decorated 3BR, 2BA on the
Island of Venice. Open plan with Great Room design, breakfast bar and
eat-in kitchen, family room, clubhouse & pool, tennis courts & exercise
room. Maintenance free living $439,500. #455224. Call Bonnie
Price 350-3362: Directions: Business 41 on the Island south to
Bellagio, left at first street after entering gate.


OPEN HOUSE Sunday 1:00 3:00
390 OTTER CREEK DRIVE
SAWGRASS .. ,*,ea 'l ,' ,, l ,,. ;..l-,
Spacious 3 bedroom with den, 2 baths situated on very
private preserve. Upgraded for energy efficiency.
Wooded greenbelt view from heated pool and spa. One
of the most sought after locations in Venice...close to
shopping, beach and easy access to 1-75. $582,000.
#454257. Call Laura Bennawy 416-3132. Directions:
East on Venice Ave., left on Auburn to gatehouse, left on
Sawgrass Bridge, right on Marsh Creek, left on Otter Creek..


' 1 hen you've built a solid foundation, growth comes easily, naturally and rapidly.


1500 LOTS & ACREAGE

DOUBLE LOTS
NORTH PORT,
Off Cranberry, $78,000
(941)-626-3111
E. Englewood & Gulf cove
Oversized, Dbl & Multi
family lots $31k-$45k Teny
LongRFa/MAXBayile 475-
1311 ext 127
E. Englewood 11225
Carnegie Ave.
Rich McCraney, Re/Max
Prop. 941-468-2076
Engl/Rotonda Canal Front
Condo. 2/2 Water &
sewer. $109,000 TenyLLong
RFMAXBayside 475-1311
FABULOUS WATER LOT
In North Port area.
Wide "T" water view.
$87,500. Call 239-370-6000.
FOR THE
DISCRIMINATING BUYER
Lake Suzy. Beautiful Lake
Pembroke. Upscale Golf Com-
munity, Lake preserves
& golf views, 86 x 150.
$109,900. 941-45.7-6811
GULF COVE LOT, on Gillot,
10,000 sf. Quite area. No
Scrub Jays. Build today!
$37,000. (239)-370-4450
Investors! 5 lots zoned multi
family in Arcadia for only
$70,000. (863)-494-5002
Knights Trail Road
1-75 and Laurel Rd.
One of few remaining small
parcels in area. Knights
Trail Rd access, Zoned PID
1.4 Ac 61,650 sq/ft,
Water & Sewer $494,200.
James Frederick
Richardson Kleiber Walter
The Richardson Group LLC
941-953-9772 Ext 302
Lot: 80x100, cleared and has
city water, $29,000 firm ,
call for details 6244114


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1500 LOTS & ACREAGE 1500 LOTS & ACREAGE 1515 WATERFRONT

Lot close to 41, off Cham- SOUTH GULF COVE LOTS NORTH PORT fresh water
berlin Blvd, No. Port. 2 lots corner of Dimstean canal lot, area of newer
Electric and phone nearby. and San Domingo Blvd. homes, near 1-75. Realtor
$37,500. Bev Ulrey a/h Perfect for builders model. owned, $48,000. 941-380-
809-1936 or 349-3131 $41K each OBO. 6824.
Prudential Cascade Realty Ron 941-923-4616 NORTH PORT fresh water
SPG DEER RD $34,900 canal lot loc. off Cranberry on
LOTS-NORTH PORT EAGER RD (2) $34,900 EA. Lagoon WW. Realtor owned,
SOUTH GULF COVE CUSTER RD. $34,900 $48,000. 941-380-6824.
Many to choose from PC SUNNILAND $27,000
$23,000 & up. Ron HIAWATHE $35,000 P. Charlotte, 2 side by side
(800)-596-1410 HIAWATHE $33,000 Gulf access. Water & electrici-
Weichert Realtors, Southern ty. 10,000 sq. ft. ea. Excellent
NORTH PORT, Cranberry cor- Choice, Sharon Bradley 941- area. Section P-103,
nor oversized w/water, Pairs 613-2300 or 941-626-8474. $195,000. each. (239) 601-
ner oversized w/ water, Pairs 5204 or (239) 213-1179
& Regular lots! Reg. lots SW FL Lots Many to choose
$25K & up! 561-7564880 from. N. Port, Lehigh, Pt. PUNTA GORDA, Breathtaking
NORTH PORT 7 lots on same Char. Fr. $23k 941-447-5012 view of wide lake in HOT AREA
NOstreet. $33,600/ea. Questame www.tropicalpD.com of Tropical Gulf Acres.
Real Estate & Investments. TROPICAL GULF ACRES, $64,000. Call 305-860-9353
Karen (941)429-0522 10 buildable lots, Up & Rotonda Lakes Desirable Dou-
NORTH PORT Estate, 3 coming area. $23,500. ea. ble Waterfront Lot in area of
acres, heavily wooEstatded (772)-5284198 new homes. City water &
$175,000. 941-270-0320. WANTED: Owner financing sewer, cleared & ready to build
Lot in North Port or $179,000 (941)661-3460
NORTH PORT PREMIUM LOTS Venice area. Please Call S. GULF COVE waterfront
STARTING AT $26,500 631-236-3204 S GULF COVE waterfront,
MANY TO CHOOSE FROM intersecting views, $225k.
OR BESTOFFER.941-2840247 1515WATERFRONT Oversizedwaterview tip $85k.
NP $29A450/ea. & Abady,
City water $32,900. Dble lots 10,000SF lot on Jupiter Water- SEC. 20 Deep Creek lake lot
Rockwell, More. Must sell. way, extra privacy water, overlooking widest part of
Agents OK. 941-716-3010 $164,000 Sel-Fast RE List lake on Encarnation St.,
3PC, Eblis Ave. (2) lots, partial .5% (9411-475-8282 $125,000. (941)-743-4279
PC, Eblis Ave. (2) lots, partial-
ly cleared & filled, city water, 2 SIDE-BY-SIDE lots w/harbor
no scrub jay. $27,000/ea, access. Mature oaks, quiet, 1600 BUSINESS FOR
(941)-764-0425 growing area. Near shopping. SALE
Easy drive to beaches. Lots
Port Charlotte, cleared lot in 18 & 19, Hoffer St..BEAUTY SALON, Long Estab-
nice area with palm trees. $225,000 ea. 817-447-7117 lished, exc. location and clien-
55+ comm. canal front mobile tele. Call for details.
Prestigous Section 15, home site w/ driveway & slab, $79,900. Marybeth Wilson,
many lots for sale, call for price incl. park share, Preferred Properties Realtors
details, 941-628-3434 $80,000. Utopia Comm. RIty. (941)-484-6279
PRICE TO SELL Great (941)-575-7111. BUY/SELL/VALUATIONS
Location! 10,160 sq. ft., 80 ft seawall on Rock www.vrfla.biz
cleared & filled w/city Creek, 6 mins. to harbor 239-598-8200
water. Submit offer today Creek, 6 mins. to harbor
& build your dream home & gulf. $250,000. f aus
tomorrow. 860 Phyliss St. Brian Helgemo
$29,500. Weichert Real- Five Star RIty 380-3727 ENGLEWOOD Health Prompts
tors SC, Lolly Lopinski Retirement, Realestate com-
628-0941 or 613-2300 Burnt Store Isles sailboat pany established in 1985 for
access lot, mins. to sale. All inquires confidential.
Punta Gorda, 1.25 Acre on harbor. 95 ft seawall on $16,000 941468-7040
Swiss Blvd Close to Bermont mangrove preserve with
Rd. Asking $55,000 channel views. LANDSCAPE business- too
941-380-9212 $519,000. much equip, to list, 50+ accts.
PUNTA GORDA HEIGHTS 80'. Brian Helgemo.- Get ready for spring rush.
x 100' lot. $27,500. High Five Star Rlty-380-3727 $19,500. (941)-474-2388
ground. Close to 1-75, 41 & CANAL LOT IN N PORT NAIL/SKIN or Hair Salon. Long
shopping. (941-637-9109 High & dry, Close to Rt. established, low rent. Only
Rebuilding sites available. Res- .41, Fast growing area $39,900. Call for details Pre-
ident owned community. River $51k, 973-476-8234 ferred Properties Realtors
Forest Village, Inc. 4300 CLEARED LOTS In South Gulf
Riverside Drive, Punrta Gorda Cove, Deep water access, Tanning Salon & Spa for
Florida. 33982 Call or stop by City Water & Sewer. Call for sale. 11 private rooms,
for listing. 941-639-3311. info Fla. Golf Properties Inc., totally 1,860sf, services
ROTONDA Bunker Canal Kat Stevens 941-626-5069 include tanning, airbrush
$92k, Tournement Future golf COME BUILD YOUR DREAM tanning, massage therapy,
view $96k, Cabezon Villas HOME on this Waterfront lot in manicures & pedicures.
Lake view $85k, M&M Realty, Pt. Charlotte with access to Potential for Esthetician.
Sherry McGill 941-270-2434 the Myakka River, nearby Locatentsd in an active strip
www.florida-englewood.com shopping, Restaurants and l wa client database
Rotonda 3 in a Row!! No beaches. $189,500. Call of 3,000. Contact Owner
Scrub Jay! Backs to pre- Gail Kerns, (941)-270-2070. at (941)380-9290
serve, Great Investment Century 21 C&L
$119,900 Jessica Menzel GULF access! Canal front WELDING SHOP & Steel sales,
941-815-8451 -. hom4eiteir'fast growing area well established business--for-
Gasparilla Properties $125K. Utopia Comm. Rity. sale. Fully equipped. Rented
575-7111. bldg. $50,000 cash. Appt.
Rotenda Lakes, Wright Dr. 575-7111. only(9418155555.
Larger than average, area Gulf Cove, 6 lots in from
of new construction Myakka, new 80' seawall,
$39,900 Jessica Menzel $299,000,9 54-553-5293 1610 BUSINESS
941-815-8451 or RENTALS
Gasparilla Properties danm@hillsboroclub.org
Rotonda lot 15,138sqft. GULF COVE beautiful canal 1000 SF FOR LEASE
Water & sewer S114,000 front saltwater, direct access East Englewood, facing 776
TenyLongRk=XBa"yde 475- to Gulf, Conner Terrace. $1100.
1311 ext 127 $314,900. 352-245-9735 Call 941473-9716


1610 BUSINESS 1610 BUSINESS
RENTALS RENTALS
2700 Sq FT. New. Deep Creek North Port Office Space.
near 175 Flex space. 3 Over- Avail. Now. 2-units
head doors. Ready for build
out. $2 sq. ft. NNN 941-650 sq. f. ea.
916-2401 or 941-270-0408 Minimum year lease,
(239)-940-3200
800 SF OFFICE/ WAREHOUSE
in Murdock $525. OFFICE/ Retail space 1,100
Call 941-639-7532 to 3,260 sq. ft. in Strip Mall on
Hwy 17 near new WalMart
Deep Creek facing 1-75, office Distr. Center. Utopia Comm.
space, 1,000 sq. ft., finished. RIty. (941)-815-0711
$1350/mo. Avail 2/1/05,
(941)-6294164 PAULSON CENTRE
FOR LEASE 2 STORY BLDG EXECUTIVE OFFICE SUITES
1ST FLR-2 OFFICES 18245 Paulson Drive
(1) 600SF 0 (1) 400SF 80s.f. to 230s.f. Offices ,
WIRED FOR THE All Utilities, Receptionist,
BUSINESS OF TODAY Kitchen, Internet Access &
Other Support Services
2ND FLR 1200 SF APT OR (Behind Charlotte Honda/VW)
OFFICE SPACE Call (941) 206-2200
Immediate Occupancy C Office Suite, 600 sq.
2BR/1.5BA-Open floor plan PC, Offce Suite, 600sq.
Call for Appt. 941485-2277 ft., 2nd. floor, quiet office
or 941-234-2330 area on busy corner off
776 & 41. Ideal for
For Lease: 1550 sq. ft. accounting office or simi-
space @ $16.00/sq. ft. in lar profession.
the newly constructed (941)-629-7449
Seaside Professional PORT CHARLOTTE
Suites on Toledo Blade; EXECUTIVE OFFICE SUITES
with individual entrance, EXECUTIVEOI
plenty of parking on a com- Receptionist, all util.
pus like setting j Omni Executive Center
stones throw from Mur-
dock Village. Owner will 4055 TAMIAMI TRAIL
consider build out with Across From Bob Evans
proper contract. Contact Call Marj or Jan
Gary Johnson, Dynamic *627-9755*
Realty (941Y-627-1070 or
(941) 626-1361 VENICE (2) LOCATIONS
OFFICE SPACE 1100 sf,
ISLAND OF VENICE 1000SF zoned ILW. $915/mo.
Office. Great location. OFFICE/WAREHOUSE 4800sf
941-587-7828 will divide. 941-485-1119
O TIHE ISt`AN4 OF~VNIC VENICE (2) OFFICES, 900sf
Prime Retail/Office Space ea, One has 2 ofcs, the other
location, ground floor 1 ofc. Turnkey. $875/mo.
S595/mo. 941-483-3418 Call George (941)-492-5639


1615 INCOME 1640WAREHOUSE
PROPERTY & STORAGE

EXECUTIVE CENTER 70 WAREHOUSE STORAGE
UNITS, excellent tenants. SPACE, 40 X 60 (2,400 sq.
Income $240K+; call for par- ft.), 10' X 9' OH Door,
ticulars Preferred Properties $1,500/mo + Tax. Call Brian
Realtor, Mary Beth Wilson at (941)-627-9999 for infor-
941-484-6279 nation.

1620 COMMER./
INDUST. PROP.

Why Rent?
Own Your Ofc/Whse ., ..
2,325SF-33,OOOSF Avail.
Call (941)486-4264
sarasotabusinesscenter.com
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY
FOR RENT
For Lease Great Location -
off US 41 Bypass! 1250 Sq ,-
Ft. Work bay and a/c offices
w/private bathrooms. Lots of
loft storage. Secured parking
w/fence & video. Available
immediately! $1000/mo.
negotiable. (Ist/st/sec- 2-yr ,
lease.)
(941)-486-0800


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HARBORVIEW ROAD- 1,130 ( f I
sf. Office/Warehouse, CHA, (t J n I t
overhead door. $700. mo. +
utilities. (941)456-3301 C Venice s Finest Retirement Community

1640 WAREHOUSE
& STORAGE

Avail..Murdock Industrial Park.
1500sf, 2000sf, 3500 sf
w/bath & office. Reasonable
rates, (941)-626-0416

DOWNTOWN Punta Gorda
storage unit w/ overhead Secure your future in this growing community
doors. 20x30, $300/ mo & with a $5,000 fully refundable deposit! -
40x30 $600/mo. Landmark
Realty. 575-4550 *New Construction from $140's *

Independent & Assisted Living at Affordable Prices
Free-standing Villas available now *
Phase I condos available now! Call Joan 408-2052 *
@) Roskamp Managed Retirement Community *
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"FOR SALE WITH OWNER"
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432 I_-TlIR RDI, VENICE- T.:.,ii., 290 MORNINGSIDE RD. ENICE
Updated, Best Pool Home Buy. 2 Bed, 2 Totally updated & ready to move in. 3
Bath, Garage, Caged Pool, Great bed, 2 bath, loads of tile, new carpet,
Neighborhood. $209,900 kitchen ,water heater, paint & more.
$18Rd.O9


816 WEXFORD BLVD. Great 2 bed, 2 bath, 822 Madrid Avenue-Venice Historic 3
1st floor, large screened lanai + patio. New Bedroom home in Island of Venice. Walk to
kitchen & tile. Move in. $210,000 Beach Totally Updated Brigh your Antiques
& Collectibles Must See! $679,500


Paying Hefty Commissions 'Low Set Fee Save Thousands
AGENTS WANTED
Help-U-Sell Realty Options 483-3810
Each Office Independently Owned and Operated


VENICE LOCATION
1000 TAMIAMI TR.
VENICE, FL 34285
TOLL FREE 866-800-1300
DIRECT 941-485-5454
FAX 941-485-2255


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SARASOTA LOCATION
8181 TAMIAMI TR. S., SUITE B.
SARASOTA, FL 34231
TOLL FREE 877-929-7007
"'-', DIRECT 941-929-7007

LTYGULFCOAST.COM FAX 941-929-7001

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AMENITIES GALORE Don't
miss this rare opportunity to
own a 3BR home in evcellent
condition with preserve ..ew M
Own your land in this :.ref ,E.r
55 + community. Won i. ;.i at
$164,900.
Call Mindy Cady MINDY
(941)468-1118 ADY


properties, Inc.
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Call Roger Hoffman
(941) 266-3262 ROGER
HOFFMAN


1314-B E. VENICE AVE.,*!w 242 W. TAMPA AVE.

VENICE, FL I ON THE ISLAND


486-8686 &. 488-6262


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488-6262


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GAE STEWART, GRI, CRS
488-6262


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488-6262


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GAE STEWART, GRI, CRS
488-6262


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hCr-i,L rl'- m'lv i. mee .IC i: for ..r$174,900
BRIAN MEURS 941-468-4953.


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Friday, Jan. 28, 2005, Real Estate Classified


.1640 WAREHOUSE
& STORAGE

WAREHOUSE &
OFFICE/SPACE
LOCATION LOCATION
Handy to all building activity,
up to 14000 sq ft available,
building renewed after
Charley. Call Dick @
941-456-1995

1650 FARMS/RANCHES

Wanted: 30-30,000 Acres
Investors Ready to Buy.
Sell your land today!!!
Call Now! Tim Martin
Illustrated Properties
772-349-4160 Direct


2000


EMPLOYMENT

EMPLOYMENT
2005 Services
2010 Professional
2015 Banking
2020 Clerical
2025 Computer
2030 Medical
2035 Musical
2040 Restaurant/Hotel
2050 Skilled Trades
2060 Management
2070 Sales
2090 Child/Adult
Care Needed
2100 General
2110 Part-time/Temp
2115 Home Based
Business
2120 Position/Job
Wanted


2000 2010'"


EMPLOYMENT



SUN L


THE SUN
PUNTA GORDA
OFFICE

NOW OPEN FOR
BUSINESS

NEW LOCATION

331 SULLIVAN ST
(Green 2-story
house, 1st fl, Cor-
ner of W Virginia
Ave. and Sullivan)

BUSINESS HOURS

Monday Friday

7 aim. 1 p.m.
2 p.m. 4 p.m.

(941) 205-1000

2010 PROFESSIONAL


1/28/05
Bookkeeper/Accountant


Estate Administration
Paralegal
Fast growing law firm in Port
Charlotte seeks -an Estate
Administration Paralegal.
Excellent verbal, communica-
tion, interpersonal and organi-
zational skills a must. Previ-
ous probate experience a
plus, but not required. Must be
detail-oriented and team play-
er. Excellent benefits and
working environment. Send
resume and salary history to
Jmizell@wilkinslaw.com. No
calls please.
FULL CHARGE bookkeeper
position available with busy
accounting firm. 8:30-5, M-
F,benefits & 401(k). Mail
resume to Charlotte Sun,
23170 Harborview Rd Box L,
Charlotte Harbor, FL 33980.
HAIR STYLISTS & NAIL
TECHS needed for our beauti-
fully redone salon expecting to
reopen in January. Rental &
commission available. Call
Nancy or Barb at Scruples
(9411-624-4239 or (941)-743-
3781
HAIR STYLIST to join Vicky's.
Must be motivated, person-
able and a team player. Apply
in person at 2705 Tamiami
Trail, Suite 311, Punta Gorda
Looking for a professional
STYLIST on the Island of
Venice. Self employment.
Call Tina (9411468-1730

LOOKING FOR RENTAL
AGENT. FULL TIME
FL RE LIC. A MUST
Contact:
Harborside Property
Management, Lic Re
Broker (941)-697-
7077 AND Fax Resume
941-697-3744


Needed for. a leading local
Real Estate Firm. Must- be
proficient in QuickBooks and
Excel. Fax resumes with MARKETING ASSISTAf 1 -r
salary requirements to Gary at fast paced real estate compa-
(941) 255-0134 ny. Must be a self-thinker, with
great organizational skills,
CNA/HHA- FT & PT residential good people and communica-
positions open working with tion skills. Must be proficient
developmentally disabled in Quark and Photoshop.
adults in a community setting, Graphic Design ability a plus.
Pt Charlotte. Please fax resumes to: 941-
1) Weekend- all shifts, 2)Mon 255- 3511
Fri 3p to lip working with 3
men- must be able to lift, #3
awake over night avail. Exp. + -A
minimum HS diploma r-i ,
-required. Pay $7 to $8 h:-. ; i
Full benefits after 6 mo.s, den-
tal after 90 days. Contact;CIE, Use the Handy 0 In Our New
Inc. @ 629-4109 (or 276- Improved Garage Sale Ads To
3227 cell & leave message.) Mark The Locations You Want
EOE To Check Out For Great Bar-,


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gains.


2010 PROFE'e ii' ,

Newspaper
Advertising Sales
Professional

Come work at the Char-
lotte Sun, America's
Best Community Daily
newspaper. This is an
outstanding opportunity
to join a company where
you make the difference.
We are looking for an
experienced sales pro-
fessional with a positive.
energetic, can-do
approach to join our
advertising team We are
looking for a highly moti-
vated individual who
thrives on the sales chal-
lenges and enjoys work-
ing in a positive team
environment.
Responsibilities include
servicing existing clients,
marketing of new
prospects, face-to-lace
sales, closing contracts.
identifying client needs,
and cold calling. Quail
tied candidate will have
the drive to meet and
exceed sales targets.
exceptional sales presen-
tation skills, and excel-
lent verbal and written
communication skills.

Join us as we set the
industry standard for
professionalism and
quality!

We offer:
* Competitive salary plus
commission
" Vacation
* Health insurance
a Sick and hhort term
dqsabilit.
* 401(kl witn company
match

company that is
ery L:.:nn- i- r' .i Hm
and involved.
Please send your resume
to:
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Advertising Manager,
Oehbr Dun' ankin
23170 Harbor View Road
Port Charlotte, FL 33980


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2010 PROFESSIONAL 2010 PROFESSIONAL 2020 CLERICAL/OFFICE


Personal Injury Paralegal State of FL., DeSoto Juvenile
Well-established law firm Correctional Facility located in
seeks an experienced Person- Arcadia is seeking position of
al Injury Paralegal. Position is Vocational Instructor II to
part-time 3-4 days per week. teach Cosmetology to youth.
Must be computer literate, Minimum qualifications; HS
experienced with preparation Diploma or Equiv., 2 yrs exp.
of pleadings, trial notebook, in Cosmetology. Exc. Bene-
responses to discovery fits. Contact H.R. (863) 491-
requests and interrogatories 5367 ext 2251 or apply at
in complex litigation settings. httoD//DeoDlefirst.mvflorida corn
Strong interpersonal skills DeSoto Co. AA/EOE/ ADA
essential. Salary commensu-
rate with experience. Please TAX PREPARERS NEEDED
mail resume to: through April 15th. Must have
Paralegal Position experience. Please call (941)-
Wilkins, Frohlich, Jones, Rus- 575-8822
sell, Hanaoka & Mizell, P.A.
18501 Murdock Circle, 6th 2015 BANKING
Floor
Port Charlotte, FL 33948
www.wilkinslaw.com Customer Service


PROGRAM DIRECTOR
VENICE MAIN STREET IS
now accepting applica-
tions for program Direc-
tor. This individual must
be organized, profession-
al, motivated, outgoing,
and has excellent written
& verbal communication
skills. Must be proficient
with micro soft word &
excel. Experience with vol-
unteers & grant writing a
plus. Send Resume to
Venice main street po box
602, Venice fl 34285




PROPERTY manager position
for multiple condo associa-
tions in Charlotte County. CAM
license & exp. necessary.
Resume to PO Box 512702,
Punta Gorda, FL 33951 or fax
941-637-1889
REAL ESTATE CLOSER
Immediate opening for an
EXPERIENCED Real Estate
Closer in Punta Gorda Law
Firm. Must be able to prepare
all closing documents. Accu-
racy & attention to detail very
important. Good people skills
required. Contact Mrs. Webb
at 639-1158

REALESTATE OFFICE
MGR/Recruiter, QuickBooks,
Excel, RE lic a plus. Please
fax resume to 475-7033


Representative
Peninsula Bank has an
immediate opening for a
Customer Service Repre-
sentative at our Port Char-
lotte Branch. Must have
excellent interpersonal
skills, and the ability to be
promoted to Assistant
Branch Mngr. 2 yrs bank-
ing CSR experience is
required. EOE Email
resume to:
hr@peninsulabank.com
Or Fax 941-629-8409


LOAN SERVICING
SPECIALIST
Peninsula Bank
Has a FULL TIME & PT
(30 hrs/wk) opening for a
- Loan Servicing Specialist
at our Englewood Branch.
Must be proficient in Word,
Excel' & Internet. Must
have knowledge of com-
mercial real estate/con-
struction & consumer loan
documentation. Knowl-
edge of property insurance,
financial statements bene-
ficial. EOE. Please Email
resume:
hr@peninsulabank.com
Fax 941-629-8409

2016 FINANCIAL

LOAN OFFICER needed for
expanding Correspondant
Lender in North Port. Over
$100 000 realistic.


SlYLISTS needed for friendly Experience preferred. Fax
& professional salon. Rental resume to: (941)429,0032
or commission. Colours Hair
Formation (941)-766-0111 2020 CLERICALOFFICE


STYLIST NEEDED for busy
salon, v, re iurnrin away walk
ins. Ask for Jan, 941-637-
3839


ADMINISTRATIVE ASSIST.
for Real Estate office in
Englewood. PT, Exp. pre-
ferred (941)475-8310.,


CUSTOMER SERVICE
ORDER ENTRY. Applicant mus
be reliable, self-sufficient
organized and willing to work
Must be computer literate
Experience helpful but wi
train the right person. Appi
in person Carpet Stop, 59
Tamiami Trail, Port Charlotte
Customer Service
Administrative Assistant
North Port location. 8-5
M-F. Benefits. Send resume
with salary requirements to
Box 1020, 200 E. Venice
Ave., Venice, FL 34285 or
E-Mail to
kwheeler@venicegondolier.com
CUSTOMER SERVICE/Clerica
position for Venice wholesale
distributor. Multi-tasking
essential, phone & computer
skills, typing. Non-smoker.
8:30-5:00 M-F5
Call 492-9002 ext 16

Advertise Today!


2020 CLERICAL/OFFICE


2020 CLERICAL/OFFICE


/ ESI MATOR w/ XACTIMAIE OFFICE ASSISTANT
st experience, PT&FT avail. E- Individual with patience,
t, mail RBSConstruction@earth- ability to multi-task, heavy
k link.net phone work & follow-up,
e. FRONT DESK, FT for General office skills, team player.
ll Contractor. Office experience Construction background
y & Customer Service a must, helpful. Good pay & bene-
0 Computer skills & typing fits. (941)-629-4900 or fax
required. Paid benefits & holi- to: (941) 625-0324
days. Fax resume to: Mechelle OFFICE HELP/MANAGER,
(9411629-9667 small start-up company, look-
LEGAL SECRETARY, EXPE- ing for dependable person to
RIENCED/PART TIME for handle various office duties.
small civil litigation/family law Must be honest, motivated
firm. Submit or deliver resume and willing to work hard.
to Office Manager, 18501 Some exp needed. Pay com-
Murdock Circle, Ste. 304, mensurate with experience,
Port Charlotte 33948. PT leading to FT.
North Port Production (941)-488-5773
Builder requires mature PART-TIME: Retirement Mobile
individual to assist in Model Home Park, seeking a Recep-
- presentation & customer tionist, General Office duties,
greeting. Weekends be Computer Literate:
required, FT position Access, Excel, Word;
w/benefits. Fax resume to Accounts Receivable. Resume
(941)766-0008. may be faxed to (941) 485-
OFFICE HELP F/T, in Punta 2844 or e-mail;
Gorda Must have computer office@KGC.cc Please
skills & be able to multi-task. respond by February 1, 2005.
Call Nikki: 941-628-3506.


ERA Preferred Properties

Sof Venice, Inc. Realtor

One, two & three month seasonal rentals
still available, single family homes,luxury
Gulf front condos, villas in golfing communities:
Plantation and Pelican Pointe.


$550/mo
$550/mo
$645/mo
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404A Armada Street South efficiency, Island of Venice.
127A Avenida De Bahia 1BR/1BA incl. water Nokomis.
408 Armada Street South (2 & 6)- 1BR/1IBA, Island of Venice.
131 Woodrose Way. 2BR/2BN1CG -Venice East area.
501 Albee Farm Road 2BR/2BAN1CG Las Casa Villas.
595 Morningside Road 2BR/2BNA2CG mid-Feb thru Oct.
Mission Lakes Condo 2BR/2BA, 2nd fir., incl. water/sewer/cable.
1211 Hudson Road 2BR/2BA/2CG South Venice.
2690 Shamrock Drive 2BR/2BA/1CG/Pool South Venice PENDING
3707 Champagne Avenue 3BR/2BA/2CG/Pool, + $75 pool fee.
705 Ravinia Circle. 2BR/2BA/1CG, 2nd fir. condo.
509 Dona Drive, Waterfront Home Nokomis 2BR/Den/2BA.
388 Flamingo Drive, 2BR/2BN1CG/Pool. Pest/Pool/Lawn Svc. incl.
3650 Sterling Rd., Furnished 3BR/2BA/2CG/Pool, available April.
633 Alhambra Road. Venice Sans 11th fir. Penthouse, 2BR/2BA.
178 Montelluna Drive Venetian 3BR/Den/2BA/2CG/PooVSpa.


ISLAND COMMERCIAL RENTAL 1200/mo plus tax & Insurance.
236 Pedro 3 office, sitting area, bathroom, shared utilities.


(941) 485-9602 Toll Free 1-877-640-7653
www.veniceflproperties.com
E-mail:eravenice@aol.com


iPrudential Cascade Realty


101 N. Tamiami Trail Nokomis, FL 34275

(941) 486-0400 (800) 394-2241

www.PrudentialCascade.com




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downtown location with easy access to beaches. 3
bedrooms, 3.5 baths, media/study, Laundy room,
plus a 1' car private garage + I deeded space outside
included in this luxury unit. This unit has over
$100,000 in luxury upgrades including marble
flooring, exquisite cabinetry with granite .tops,
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#268464
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SPECTACULAR MAINLAND
BAYVIEW SIESTA KEY condo. 2 HOME. 164 feet bayfrontage & dock.
bedroom turnkey furnished, tastefully Over 4200 sq. ft. 3 year old' custom
decorated, updated kitchen, bopi docks, built 4BR/4.5BA with quality, integrity
deeded beach access, pool tennis, great & taste throughout. In gated enclave.
rental program. $545,000. #270410 $3,900,000.


CASTEL DEL MARE 2/2 All
redone with terrific bay view. Tastefully
redecorated, sold turnkey furnished
won't last. What a greatlocation. 2
Heated pools, tennis courts, club room
all add to the enjoyment, good rental
potential too. Call for appointment.
$425,000


TROPICAL SIESTA SPLENDOR. No
bridges to bay from this spacious 4BR, 4-
1/2BA home. 4200 sq. ft. A/C area.
Billiard rm. (table & equipment
included!) Large Corian kitchen w/
dumbwaiter, big loft, several sundecks, 2-
1/2 car 'garage, pool. Just 2 blocks to
beach & shops. $1,195,000. #265943.


Vicki Reilly
A/H 266-5962









Greg Oberlander
A/H 468-1460


Cheryl Polito
A/H 284-7760


V'ENEIIA Newer 4 BR/3.5 BA Custom
Home on lakefront lot. In gated Venetia. All
top of the line ammenities,professionally
decorated, many bo6k' shelves, great
kitchen.Large garage, paver driveway. The
Best of the Best in Venetia. Why wait for a
new home! $649,900 #45437


LOCATED on Siesta Key's Grand WELCOME home to this beautifully 2/2/1 POOL HOME! Features newer
Canal, this custom pool home is updated 2br/2b and 2 car garage home roof, stone fireplace, kitchen w/brick
perfect for the boating enthusiast. Easy with new heated caged pool. Large eat backsplash, skylight, separate dining
Bay access, walk to beach. Stunning in kitchen with miles of tile. Updated room, huge family room, private
interior full of custom features. bathrooms w/ huge walk in closet, backyard w/pool & spillover fountain.
$1,295,000. $269,900. $249,000. #267466.

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BEAUTIFUL BIRD KEY! Tastefully,
decorated and newly remodeled 4
bedroom, 3-1/2 bath home with large
pool area plus pool bath and summer
kitchen. All new appliances. $849,900.
#266547.


Nancy Josie
A/H 228-7670


Wally Turner
A/H 716-1227


TAKE A LOOK! Totally renovated
inside: new floors, kitchen, baths,
windows, 4th bedroom could be guest
or mother-in-law suite with separate
entrance. Tastefully decorated and nice
lot on deadend street just 2 houses from
the bay. $464,900. #265821.

Prudential Cascade Realty is
seeking qualified sales associates
for their new location at Hwy 41
and Albee Road in Nokomis. Free
on going training, mentoring
program, non-competing
management and 5 lucrative
commission,plans to choose from.
Income opportunities are better
than ever in real estate sales. Call
Kathy Wood, Sales Manager.
486-0400 EOE


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WOODLAND OF BENT TREE Best
priced 4 bd/3.5 ba plus den home in the
Woodlands of Bent Tree Large treed private
lot with an extra largu. cag-! lanai and pool
area. Wonderful floor plan for entertaining.
$639,900.00 #265782


PORT CHARLOTTE waterfront
lot. Beautiful 360 view just waiting
for your dream home. Underground
utilities available. $299,000. #447411


BEAUTIFUL treed lot in area of newer
homes. Close to US 41.
$32,000 #268439



BENEVA VILLAGE Grcai floor plan for STICKNEY POINT ROAD Office space EASTER TERRACE Vacant lot close to
this second floor condo.Centrally located.Eat in Lsuth Sarasota ground floor unitI 125sq' 41, off Chamberlain Blvd. with electric and
in kitchen,jarge storagelow maintance in classy bldg w/reception area, 4 private phone nearby. Nice location in good school
includes watier/sewer. Greenbelt view from offices, work room and restroom. Great district in North Port. Lots of trees with
screened lania-rarely ataiiable! $134,000. location 1 mile east of US-41 near Siesta new hetoes on this street. $37,500. #268243
#269418 Key. $229,900. #269172


STUMP PASS CONDOMINIUMS -
Condo style villa with carport, laundry
room & fenced, patio! Buy 2 side-by-
side for duplex investment at a great
price! Block construction, located in
Englewood off Placida Rd. $124,900.


Volam sa Maria Balaz, a Real
Estate v Sarasota County
predavam od roku 1974.
Pochadzam z Ceskoslovenska. Ak
Vain mozomn byt napomocna pri
kupe alebo predaji Real Estate,
prosim zavolajte na mobile
telefonne cislo 780-5723 alebo do
kancelarie 924-1156.


Cathy Smilovits
A/H 223-3171


Maria Balaz
A/H 780-5723


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Janet Clarke
A/H 232-8003


C'eskoslovenslo


.1EH jones
A/H 484-2383


Steve Coleman
A/H 809-3608


Mike King
A/H 223-7081


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Friday, Jan. 28, 2005, Real Estate Classified


2020 CLERICAL/OFFICE 2030 MEDICAL 2030 MEDICAL 2030 MEDICAL


Peace River Citrus Products

Receptionist/Office Assistant

This is a year-round full time
position. Experience handling
multi line phone system and
handle various administrative
tasks. Dependable and com-
petent candidate should be
familiar with excel and word.

Peace River Citrus Products
offers to eligible employees
the following benefits:

* Medical, Dental, Life and
LTD Insurance
*Paid Holidays and vacation
Profit Sharing Plan & 401K
with match

To apply please send resume
via fax 863/993-3161 or
Apply in person at;

Peace River Citrus Products
4104 NW Highway 72
Arcadia, FI 34266
EOE/DWF
REAL ESTATE OFFICE in '
North Port area looking for
RECEPTIONIST.
(94 1)-223-3845
REAL ESTATE CLOSER
Immediate opening for. an
EXPERIENCED Real Estate
Closer in Punta Gorda Law
Firm. Must be able to prepare
all closing documents. Accu-
racy & attention to detail very
important. Good people skills
required. Contact Mrs. Webb
at 639-1158
RECEPTIONIST, IMMEDI-
ATE POSITION. FT. Respon-
sible individual who can
answer multi line phones &
multi task in a busy office.
Detail oriented & customer
service skills a must. Salary &
benefits. Fax resume 629-
5990.
RECEPTIONIST, for busy
Real Estate office. Excellent
organizational & computer
skills. Ability to multi-task.
Must be personable. Property
management experience a
plus! Fax resume to: (941)
637-6972 8-10 AM or 4-
6PM ONLY
RECEPTIONIST/FRONT DESK
part-time, hours' Mon.-Fri.,
8:30-1:30 plus fill in for vaca-
tion and sick days for small
Family law firm. Computer lit-
erate and able to multi task.
Please fax resumes to 941-
627-5781.
RECEPTIONIST/SECRETARY,
PT, needed for busy office,
must be personable. Mon.-Fri.
Call (941)-235-4433
Responsible person wanted
for herbal health center,
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2030 MEDICAL

2 WEEK CNA TRAINING
$300/bqoks inc. Quality
Healthcare, Port Charlotte
TesiUng on .le 941rl, '5-8933?

Administrator /
Practice Manager
Medical practice in Port
Charlotte needs an admin-
istrator to manage a grow-
ing radiology practice,
building administration and
medical billing practice.
Will be responsible i,.r
daily operations, p t- r.,r,
nel, billing & collection,
budgeting and building
operations. Excellent com-
munication, managerial
and billing skills are
required. Experience with
Advanced Data Systems -
MedicsElite a plus. Saiar,
commensurate to employ-
ment history and qualifica-
tions. Fax resume to 941-
255-8853. Refer to Tami-
ami Health Center, Attn:
Pa,,d

ALTERRA Sterling
House of Englewood
Currently has openings
for Resident Assistant
FT nights,
PT Administrative
Assistant,
PT Housekeeper &
PT LPN.


Must have exp. with
elderly. Competitive
salary & Exc. benefit
package.



A/terra
STERLING HOUSE



APPLY IN PERSON:
550 Rotonda Blvd. W.
Englewood, FL


Busy Internal Medicine office
seeks Medical Records Clerk.
Experience preferred. Fax
resume to: (941) 629-6488
COMPANION
if you are interested in work-
ing a few hours a week, we
have the job for you. come
work in Sarasota's Best
Retirement Community.
Gratifying work in a luxurious
atmosphere. Retiree's wel-
come to apply. Apply to:
Bay Village
8400 Vamo Road, Sarasota
941-966-5611
24 hr. jobline 941-966-8139
Drugfree Workplace


Maintenance Technician
Part time
Oversees the general oper-
ation and repairs of assist-
ed living residence including
security system, kitchen
equipment, fire and sprin-
kler system, plumbing, elec-
trial and painting, landscap-
ing and maintenance sched-
ules on HVAC units. High
school diploma plus one to
three years experience or


cation and experience
required. We offer competi-
A t Trra tive salary and benefits.
STERLNG HOUSE Apply in person to: Alterra
STERLING HOUSE Sterling House of Pt. Char-
Full Time otte, 18440 'Toledo Blade
Cook Fullme Blvd. EOE M/F/D/V
(30 Hours)
Prepares and cooks resi-
dents meals and maintains
kitchen cleanliness. High MIDS
school diploma plus one to CAREPLAN
three years experience
required. We offer competi- COORDINATOR
tive salary and benefits.
Apply in person to: Alter-
ra Sterling House of Pt. Englewood health care
Charlotte, 18440 Toledo is seeking a nurse to
Blade Blvd. EOE join our nursing man-
M/F/D/V agemenl team as long
term care coordinator
DENTAL ASSISTANT for pro- to assist PPS coordina-
gressive office, Assist: Doctor tor in the RAI process.
with all patient care. Promo- Apply in person
tions, raises, bonuses match Englewood
your contribution to our office.
Are you hard working, kind, Healthcare
detailed, caring and like peo- 1111 Drury Ln
ple... it's for you. Looking for Englewood FL 34224
the right person with the right or cal
attitude and ability. Fax
resume to 941-743-8448. 474-9371
EFDA/CDA req.
DENTAL ASSISTANT, CDA or MEDICAL OFFICE
expanded duties w/exper.. AR/FrontDeskOrthopedic&GYN.
Benefits, salary commensurate Intergy &M.A exp.pref. F/T
w/exp. Established solo prac- Fax resume to 941-485-2673.
tice. 941-639-1124. -MEDIAL
DENTAL HYGIENIST RECORDS,
needed full time. Permanent
position, Mon. thru Thurs., Experience Preferred
with a progressive practice
inn mnipr dnt nfthee


arts facility with a furi
team centered focus.
Dr. R. Boyd Gilleland.
Call Debbi at:
(941)-627-9900

DOUGLAS T JACOBSON
State Veterans
Nursing Home
Part-time Cook/Dietary
Aide positions. Flexible
Hours. Must be able to work
evenings & weekends.
Apply in person @ '21281
Grayton Terrace, Port Char-
lotte. Monday Friday. 8:00
AM io Er. F. .,
: .1 F I '

FRONT DESK FT, Experience
preferred, for Doctor's office.
Call 941-575-3529 or fax
resume: 941-575-9364.
FRONT OFFICE FT. Check-In
& Check-Out. Medical office
experience and coding knowl-
edge preferred. Excellent cus-
tomer service skills a must,
Competitive pay and benefits.
Send resume to Jan at:
19531 TOLEDO BLADE
BLVD., PC 33948 OR FAX TO:
(941) 766-7999
FRONT OFFICE Position
available for Doctors office.
Filing, Phones & Billing. Med-
ical Mgr. exp. pref.,,PIs Fax
resume to (941)473-1456
FT'Ps.ii .:.ri lor bu'y mnie,i.:l31
practice. Needs people ori-
ented front desk person to.
sign patients in and out,,
schedule appointments,.
process phone calls, and per-
form various clerical duties.
Working knowledge of com-
puter required and accuracy a
,must. Send resume to P.O.
Box 510154, Punta Gorda,
FL 33951-0154.

HHA'S
RN Per diem
needed NOW
FOR ALL,
SHIFTS! Call
941-474-4110
Engloeood Home Healih

SHHA/CNA
Fast growing private duty
agency has immediate
openings. Call Pat at Nursing
Resouces at 941-485-1837
HOUSEKEEPING/LAUNDRY,
FULL TIME for 180 bed .SNF
Apply in person at Charlotte
Harbor Healthcare,' 4000'
SKings Highway, Charlotte Har-
bor. EOE Drug Free Work-
place.
IMMEDIATE OPENING Medical.
Records Clerk &'Monitor Tech
for busy cardiology practice.
Experience preferred. Fax
resume 941- 625-7887.
Internal Medicine office seeks
experienced office specialist.
Duties include: telephone,
appts., & insurance verifica-
tion. Medical Manager pre-
ferred. Fax resume to (941)
629-6488
LPN NEEDED for busy Derm.
Officee; Must be a team player
and professional. Great hours.
Fax resume to 941-6.13-2401
LPN/CMA Needed .for busy
Venice Medical office'
Fax resume 941480-0388

LPN'S-TOP PAY
Work with areas most
respected nursing service.
Private duty per-diem health-
care. Professional work envi-
ronment. Call Pat at Nursing
Resources 941-485-1837


Competitive Pay
Full Health
Insurance Cover-
age Available
401(k)

Apply at HQM in
Port Charlotte
4033 Beaver Lane
Port Charlotte.

MEDICAL BILLING. HIGHER
STARTING SALARY. BENE-
FIT PACKAGE. ; FAX
RESUME TO ,941-627-
5377

STAFF DEVELOP-
MENT/ INFECTION
CONTROL RN
********** *
NURSING
11PM 7AM
LPN'S & RN'S
************ *
P/T ACTIVITIES
ASSISTANT
******** *
REHAB DEPT.
COTA PART TME
PTA FULL TIME
PT/OT/SPEECH
THERAPIST

Competitive Pay
Full Health
Insurance Cover-
age Available
401(k)

Apply at HQM in
Port Charlotte
4033 Beaver Lane
Port Charlotte.

PHYSICAL THERAPIST
Currently seeking a full-time
PT at a busy skilled outpatient
facility. New grads welcome,
exc. salary &, benefits. Call
(941)-575-8228 or fax
resume to 941-575-9743. '
RESIDENT AIDE for assisted
living facility. Full time 3pm -
11pim. Apply in person:
Regents Club, 22332 Vick St.
PC, (941-627-5388
RN's/LPN's -FT & PT, 3-11,
everymweekend 7-3, PT, 11-
7, CNA's FT 3-11 & PT 7-3
SIGN ON BONUS FOR FT
Apply at Quality Health-
care Center 6940 Pan
American Dr. North Port

CNA'S
FT 7-3 & 3-11
Need skilled & com-
passonate CNA's for
120 bed skilled
nursing facility.
Great benefits.

Apply in person
Englewood
Healthcare
1111 Drury Ln.
Englewood, FL 34224
or call-
474-9371

SOCIAL WORKER for 180
bed LTC facility, excellent
salary and benefits. Apply at
Charlotte Harbor Healthcare,
4000 Kings Highway, Char-
lotte Harbor. EOE Drug Free
Workplace.


Advertise Today!


will be the newest dining
sensation in Venice!! Come
and join us as we set new
standards for dining and fun!
Apply in person at 900 Vene-
tia Bay Blvd across from the
Hampton Inn and Northern
Trust Bank between 10am
and 2pm Mon. thru Sun.
(941)486-0061


2040 RESTAURANT/
HOTEL

Cook Ft/Pt Fun atmosphere
Great pay
Arcadia Oaks
1013 E. Gibson St.
Arcadia, FI 34266
863-993-9760
COOK, full time, 6am -2pm
daily. Apply Cultural Center in
Admin. 2280 Aaron St. PC.

* COOKS
*DISHWASHERS
* SERVERS
NIGHTS &
WEEKENDS




Old Country Store


STATE of Florida Residential
Juvenile Correctional Facility
located in Arcadia has imme-
diate openings for the folllow-
ing positions: Houseparents
(Correctional Officers); Group
Treatment Leaders; Rehabilita-
tion Therapist; LPN's; RN
Supervisor; RN Specialist;
Psychological Specialist;
Senior Psychologist. Exc. Ben-
efits. Contact Human
Resources (863) 491-5367
ext 2251 Or apply at
httos://oeoplefirst.mvflorida.c
om Central Region Desoto
County. AA/EOE/ADA
STAFF DEVELOPER RN or
LPN is needed at local nursing
home. Experience preferred.
Excellent pay & benefits.
Apply at Heritage Health Care
Center 1026 Albee Farm Rd.,
Venice, FL. (941)-484-0425
WEEKEND & Wednesdays,
8am-7pm, exp. care giver for
Dementia and elderly resis-
dent, private small home in
Por Charlotte. 941-764-9653
X-RAY TECH, Basic or RTR.
needed F/T for Doctor's
office. Call 941-575-3529 or
fax resume: 941-575-9364.

2035 MUSICAL

Keyboardist/Vocalist ?
The BoogieMen
766-1398

2040 RESTAURANT/
HOTEL

All Restaurant posi-
tions. Now hiring for
upscale Restaurant in
Osprey. Cafe 16/60.
Apply in person
9-5, M-F, 1660 S. Tami-
ami Tr., in Osprey.

AM WAITSTAFF
F,.FT 6:30-3PMF
At "Sarasotas Best
Retirement Community"'
*Great Benefits
eFlaid Vacation
*Pay For Experience
Come Join Our Team
Bay Village
8400 Vamo Road
Sarasota. 941-966-5611
24 hr. jobline 966-8139
Drug-Free Workplace


28-30 Hours Per Week
3:30pm-7:30pm weekdays
9:00am-7:OOpm weekends
Must be able to work
weekends and read &
write in English. Job
duties include prep
work, assisting the cook
with service of meals
and general sanitation.
Apply in person to:
VILLAGE ON THE ISLE
930 TAMIAMI TRAIL So.
VENICE, FL or call
486-5456 for appt.
EOE Drug Free Workplace
BARTENDERS, Experienced
Full & Part time nights. Good
wages & tips. Apply in person
between 10am-Noon to: PJ's
Grill .& Lounge, Harbour
Heights (941)-743-0991

Beach & Pool Deck Atten-
dant required. FT. Season-
al. Bridge tolls paid.
Please call
941-964-2211

BOB EVANS NOW HIRING
FOR ALL POSITIONS. Flexi-
ble hours, weekends are a
must. b401K & Benefits
available. Fun Work- Envi-
ronment. Apply in Person.
Bob Evans Restaurants:
1050 El Jo.Bean Road,
Port Charlotte
BOCA BAY PASS CLUB on
Boca Grande is now accept-
ing applications for the
following position:
Dishwashers. We offer exc.
wages, meals and bridge toll
reimbursement, along with a
great work environment!
Please call (941)-964-0769
for more info and directions.
habla espanol EOE DFWP
BOCA GRANDE BAKING
COMPANY is hiring for
PT counter help. Coffee
House/Bakery Experience
& References preferred. Con-
tact Violet
941-964-5818 or
270-7525 Lv. Msg.
SBOCA ROYALE COUNTRY
CLUB Now hiring
EXPERIENCED LINE COOKS.
ALSO, accepting applications
for bussers, host & hostesses.
S941-475-6464 for an appt.
BUS PERSON, Experienced.
Apply in person DoIce Vita,
3821- A, Tamlami Tr. PC.
(941)-235-3823
CAP'N AND THE COWBOY
Now hiring, Daytime Servers.
Also hiring Banquet Servers &
Experienced Line Cooks.
Apply in person 2200 Kings
Hwy., Maple Leaf Plaza. Pt.
Charlotte.
CASEY'S GRILL
AND TAVERN
Opening Soon!!!!
Casey's is looking for, spir-
ited "can do" Front of the
House and Back of the
House players to join what


COOK, breakfast & lunch, Advertise in,
experience necessary, F/T.
Apply James Place Rest, 117 The Classifieds!
W Venice Ave, Venice


t ence. Please call (941)-623- Direct TV Installers needed with own transportation & hand
know trucodes,r own tools & co- 0002. ASAP. Earn up to $50K. Must tools. Competitive pay, friend-

in countyto the right person. Carpenters/Framers wanted use own truck & tools. Paid ly work environment. Call
Paid vac. & holidays. Must for N.'Port area. Steady work, training. Call 877-543-9540. (941)-627-2123 ext. 105 .
have valid FL DL. Call 941-.OT, pd vac, health & dental ext. 707. FRAMING CARPENTERS, Expe-
629-3715 for interview benefits. (941)916-5208 DOG GROOMER, Exp. in rienced Only. Insurance bene-
A/C EXP. SERVICE TECH. CARPENTERS & HELPERS grooming all breeds, F/T or fits available. Must provide
Good driving record a new construction, local P/T, no weekends, 629-5786 own tools & transportation.
must. Starting pay $15- work, top pay. Call Gary, ask for new owner Sherri Call 941-457-2775 or after
$18 a hr + incentives. Ben, 941-815-1912. DRAFTSMEN PT/FT for al. 5PM 941-629-2462
efits; medical, vacation, CARPENTERS, EXP. NEC. fab shop. Cad exp., construct FT/PT tow truck driver/
holidays. Advanced train- New Residential framing, knowledge, flex hrs, dr lic, mechanic/ service manager.
ing will be provided. Call steady work, Top pay. North DFWP (941)-475-7699 Must live in Punta Gorda area.
941-625-1811. Port area. 941-628-6179 Driver/ Ind contractor w/own DIFWP. 637-8355.
Al CABINETS is now hiring CARPENTERS & CARPENTER Full Size Cargo van for office GLAZIER Experienced, Store-
builders, laminators & HELPERS WANTED product delivery. FT $550 front, windows, sliding glass
installers. Apply within: Valid drivers lic, tools & $600 wk. Call 877-861-9162 doors, mirrors & showers.
4186 Kings Hwy. P.C. trans. required. 475-7641 or visit cci-delivery.net Exc pay (941)-473-9600


Pana 12


M&


Apply in Person
800 Kings Highway
Port Charlotte

DAYS INN
HOUSEKEEPING
Apply in person:
1941 Tamiami Trail P.C.
JOHNY'S DINER
& PUB
Now Hiring:
COOKS PM SHIFT,
DISHWASHER,
BREAKFAST BUFFET
HOSTESS
Apply in person:
1951 Tamiami Trail, P.C.

DINING ROOM SERVERS for
Assisted Living Facility,
FT/PT, some weekends.
Great work environment,
great pay/benefits. Apply in
person: Park Place, 200
Nassau St. N., Venice. DFWP.
FISHERY RESTAURANT Now
Hiring Day Busser, also Part
Time Waitstaff Hostess
Dishwasher & cashier.
ea.re 3 ,'i, in person:
1 ..iii Fsrery Rd; Placida.
(941-697-2451
FOX'S PIZZA DEN now *hiring
for all positions. Apply in per-
son, 24150 Tiseo Blvd. #4,.
Port Charlotte
GATOR2 BAR & GRILL, The
best working environment in
town, is hiring Managers &
Waitstaff. Apply in person:
3816 Tamiami Trail, Port Char-
lotte between 9am-3pm
Harpoon Harry's
Waterfront Restaurant
Now hiring
Line-Cooks, Janitorial
Bussers. Runners, Valet
Dishwashers
Appl) ;r, i piris Fi;.hermeri',
Village, 1200 W. Frta
E.p jrsid,,,e Puntj ,,r.. .. .
HIRING 2 positions: FT
days -. Cooking in the best
taiarn betijurinrt in Ponrl lh, r
lotte, Great hours, Premium
pay. Sign on bonus. F/T.
nights Expediter/ Line
Cook. Great hours, Premium
pay. ,Sign on .bonus.
Donatos, Murdock Carousel
Plaza (near Blockbuster &
'Shells) 941-764-1006.
HIRING FT & PT STAFF:
Tropical Smoothie Cafe open-
ing soon at the Port Charlotte
Town Center Mall. (941)-629-
3726 or (321)-266-9378
LINE COOK/Chef, Dishwasher,
Servers, & Bar Tenders.
Looking for serious ind. FT,
Year Around emp. Apply with-
in-, The Next Nine, 1201
Woodhaven Dr, North Port.
MANAGER Local fast casual
franchise seeking individual
with solid management skills
& experience. Progressive
equity possible. Call (941)
228-4373 for more info.
N/S RESIDENT MANAGER
FOR MOTEL to begin 3/1/05,
couple preferred. Refernces
required. $1200/mo. plus
1BR unit on water. Apply at the
Water's Edge in person at
2938 Sanibel Blvd. St. James
-City on 2/5/05, 10AM-4PM.


c


2040 RESTAURANT/ 2050 SKILLED TRADES 2050 SKILLED TRADES 2050 SKILLED TRADES
HOTEL
AC Commercial Service CARPENTERS Experienced DRYWALL & CONCRETE FIN-
RIVER CITY GRILL Tech/Installer/Start Up framing carpenter/helper, ISHERS/BLOCK MASONS
Voted Charlotte's needed for exploding Service Englewood area. needed. Top Pay.
#1 Restaurant Dept. DFWP. Valid FL. DL. Own transportation req. (941)-798-2090
Now Hiring: required. Top pay & benefits (941)-475-3736 DRYWALL HANGERS NEEDED
Supervisors quawith $500 Signperso n bonus for Carpenters & Helpers. North PLEASE CALL
Line Cooks quaifce Dept. @2399394 C t Ser02 Port to Venice. Top pay, insur- 239-353-8689
Servers ance, 40 hr./wk. Must have
Dishwashers A/C HELPER & INSTALLER hand tools & transportation. DRYWALL HELPER neeo d ed. W
Great work environment! needed. Apply in person, M- F, Call (941)-475-4725 Hard work,good766 pay. Will
Apply 2-5pm (941)-639-9080 9am-4pm at: 17324 Seymour CARPENTERS Lead & Exper ain (941
Seasonalpart time waitstaff ve, P.C. (941-629-2863 enced ONLY. Workfrom North DRYWALL REPAIR PER-
needed. Golf benefits include AGRICULTURAL TRACTOR Port to Punta Gorda. Hand SON, experienced. Must have
ed Lemon Bay Golf Cl OPERATOR & HAND LABOR tools & transportation a must. own truck & tools. Valid Flori-
applyin person 9600Eagle position for Ig. Farm Mgmt Call 941-6284746 da Drivers License a must9412553330
Preserve Dr. Englewood, FL Co. Must have exp. for tractor Top pay, (941)-255-3330
position, will train for hand CARPENTERS TOP PAY
SERVERS & BUSSERS want- labor position. Drivers lic. a EXPERIENCE R FOAREA DRYWALLERS $30/HR
ed, experienced, reliable, plus. Trans. to and from Arca- FRAMING IN ROTONDA AREA. TO START Please
must be able to work any day dia. Good pay & working (941) 662-0152 JOSHUA Call Bruce
of the week. Call for appoint- cond, great benefits. Request C. JOHNSON BUILDER, INC. (941) 626-3230 r
ment between 3pm-6pm only. app't at 6057 Nichols St. CARPENTERS EXPERIENCED
(941)-639-2633 P.G. Arcadia, Fl. or call John 941- Interior Trim Installers HANDYMEN WANTED
SERVERS & LINE COOKS, 628-3139 or Bryan 863-990- needed. Quality minded FOR LARGE PROPERTY
SERVERSienced. Apply at: 0989 Se Habla Espanol call people with strong atten- MANAGEMENT COMPANY
experienced. Apply at: Rufino @ 941-628-3192 Drug tion to detail. Excellent pay Call Bruce
Beef O'Brady's, 1951 S. Testing required, EOE & benefits. Drug Free (941) 626-3230
McCall Rd. Englewood
AIR BRUSH TECHNICIAN for Workplace. Fax resume to Dump Truck Drivers Wagner
SERVERS/PIZZA new motorcycle detail shop. 941-44-9593 or apply in Tractor Service is hiring expe-
COOKS (941)-624-5610 person KIMAL LUMBER rienced Drivers. Call to apply
Will train!! ALUMINUM INSTALLERS (941)473-1377
Call 941-964-2002 needed, experienced. Must CARPENTERS, EXPERI- DUMP TRUCK DRIVER,
have own tools & transporta- ENCED, Needed, Top Pay & CLASS B CDL required.
SERVERS & COOKS needed tion. Top pay, benefits with Benefits. 941-628-1269 Call 863-993-0880
immediately, Fantastic hours, long term employment. Lee & CARPENTERS HELPER/ LABOR- ELECTRICIANS & HELPERS
11am to 9pm, earn $600 to Charlotte Co. 239-229-8819. ERS for long est. remodeling piece work available.
$900 per week. HARBOR ALE
HOUSE, Punta Gorda, Call ALUMINUM experienced sof- Co. Trans. req. Goodpay/bene- Will train. Must have reliable
941-916-0465 fit/facia & railing/pool cage fits. DFWP (94184-5433 trans. 941-627-4039
installers, layout & cutout $$ Carpenters, Helpers & E needed
STUFF A BELLY DINER needed. Top pay, year round Sheeters. Englewood area. ELECTRICIANS
Now Hiring: COOKS, Host- work. 941-475-5007 Top pay. (941)812-9595. ASAP. LEADMEN, JOUR-
esses & Servers. All Shifts & NEYMEN & SERVICEMEN.
Excellent pay. Apply 14525 ALUMINUM INSTALLERS, & CARPENTERS WANTED, Long term and disaster relat-
Tamiami Trail, North Port CONCRETE BRICK MASON EXPERIENCED. North Port ed work. Call: ABC Electric
(941)-426-9885 needed for all phases of alu- area. (941)-475-1427 or' 1-800-282-7093 or fax
minum. Immediate employ- (941)-426-6004 resume (2-39)-936-9541
ment for Aluminum Designs
Sybra, Inc. Experts, 1602 Market Circle, Carpenters Wanted for Framing ELECTRICIANS, Seabreeze
Sybra,Inc. Unit 3, P.C. (941627-9294 & Remodeling on Boca Grande. Electric is now hiring for the
Tools & transportation, following career opportunities.
ALUMINUM INSTALLERS (941)475-5095 Iv message Residential Project
SOMETHING DIFFERENT Cage Rescreens, Front CARPET INSTALLERS needed Foreman
SOMETHING BETTER Entrys, Carports, Scree immediately. Must be licensed Residential Rough &
Rooms, etc. Must have experi- & insured with own vehicle. Trim Pieceworkers
NOW HIRING ence, truck, & tools. Medical Apply at Tile & Carpet World, 0 Low Voltage Installers
Team Members Benefits. (941-629-3490 4820 Tamiami Tr. PC. Commercial Leadman
VENICE LOCATION ASSISTANT for AC Tech need- NOW HIRING FRAMING & Our Pieceworks average well
Come work for a company ed. Some exp. preferred but RIM Carpentersfor cus- over $1,000/wk. Calltoday
thatvaluesyouasaperson. will train right person. Pay tomCa ebuider and earn the moe0/o
If you are highly motivated, based on exp. For application Call (941)626-7018 deserve. DFWP, (941)-255-
a self-starter, willing 'to call Rachel @ .743-8600. By Ca (941)626-7018 d5968 or appy at: 892Tamia-
accomplish yours and' appointment only. CDL DRIVERS/DELIVERY mi Trail, Pt. Charlotte, am
the company goals & you ASSISTANT SUPERINTEN- Labor intensive. Immediate
absolutely love guest DENT/Punch Person needed benefits, Medical, Dental & ELECTRICIAN; I-PEtIF:iCEL,
hospitality, please con- for North Port Prodction Vision plans. Life insurance, & HELPERS ,-, r i :
tact us for the chance to Blder Noorstprin Retirement, 401k, Paid Vaca- old family operated business.
get started with your new Builder. Tools & experience tions, paid holidays, Apply at: Great benefits include health
career! Please forward preferred. Fax resumetoSuply holidays, vaca
your resume directly to (941)423-9759. 3045 S. McCall Rd. tions .& bonuses. Hrly &/or
Diana Truex. E-mail AUTO PAINTER Englewood, 941-474-8185 piece work avail.Call for inter-
dtruex@sybra.com OR BODY PREP ASST. D/F/W/P view 941-743-5089.
Apply in.person at Arby's Must be responsible, with CERAMIC TILE HELPERS &
430 N. U.S. Hwy 41 references, ft, benefits, MECHANICS NEEDED VALID Electrical Underground
DrBypass Venice permanent, SIGN ON FL Drivers License, clean Construction. Co.. needs
Drug Free Workplace EOE BONUS AVAIL. DFWP Ask record and transportation experienced Directional
T .G.I FRIDAYS for David 941-485-0984 REQUIRED. 941-628-6132 Drillers for Underground
Now Hiring AUTO TECH, full service shop, Local Pest Control Co. seeks sterlec. Utility EOCrk 94 in-
Line Cooks & Servers very busy, .r, r:,,,:,l r,-.: i'- er rned Fest Control Opera Wester916.6379
Aprl). inJerr,- Ee don"
] Apvl erin E son ,l i-re-i pa' & hr,:,ur.:-.Tulr, hul,:, i .-.r i.,r o'n '. torrm.h !.
.vet l P. ,:erer Fl Crar i,:,r .im i.,, -."a Service techs. No ELECTRICIAN JOURNEYMAN
-.- AUTOMOTIVE MECHANIC exp. necessary for Service needed. Commercial Residen-
WAIT STAFF needed for needed immediately. Experi- Techs. (941)-766-1885 tial experience only need
for Busy Restaurant, enced with own tools. Salary I .li,':PET F lii:,HELF LEiP. apply. Drivers license
Apply' in person: negotiable. (941)-639-2894 ER w/valid Florida driver's required. (941)-639-1250
Par 1, 41 N. Indiana Ave, AUTOMOTIVE TECHNICIAN license. 40 hrs/wk, 1 week Electricians & Helpers
Englewood 941-473-9439 AUTOMOTIVE TECHNICIAN
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STILL LOOKING FOR LOVE
SWF, 48, N/S, outgoing, enjoys movies,
dancing, dining out, outdoors. ISO honest,
caring man 50-59 with the same interests
for LTR. 'f503217
LOVES THE NIGHT SKY
Honest, attractive SWF, 38, adventurous,
intelligent, loves spontaneity, scuba, fish-
ing, reading, meteor showers, charity
work, theatre, and children. Seeking com-
passionate, intelligent SPM, 38-52, honest
and stable, for possible LTR. 'f400465
SMART& CUTE
Smart, cute, SWF, 67, who enjoys read-
ing, writing, travel, going to plays, movies,
listening to music, good conversation.
Looking for SM, 65-75 with similar inter-
ests to share fun times. 7'588589 @
Impatlenshurry
WEEKENDS ATTHE BEACH
Picnics, beaches, quality time together.
Doesn't that sound nice? SWF,'60, N/S,
enjoys working with stained glass, seeks
SWM, 54-65, N/S, not into the bar scene,
for romantic LTR. '7513677
S LOOKING FOR ME?
Confident,: smart,'funny SWF, 31, likes
movies, romantic diners, day trips,
action, drama, comedy films, amusement
'parks, shopping,. sightseeing. Seeking
SM, who enjoys the same, for sharing life
and LTR. 'f448681
HAPPY PERSON
SWF, 41, N/S, bubbly personality, seeks
attractive gentleman, 40-45, who believes
in chivalry. N/D, N/Drugs. 'f580336,@
Jaboca30
PATRIOT FAN
Slim, energetic, motivated SWF, 38,
smoker, great smile, seeks SWM, 36-42,
smoker, who knows how to treat a woman
with respect. 'f555625
HAPPY HEART
Attractive, retired, blonde SWPF, a young
66, 5'2", trim, N/S, likes sports, fishing,
golf, travel, plays, dancing, music. Seeking
SWM, N/S, 62-70 with like interests.
7485938
ARE WE IN THE CARDS?
SWF, 63, enjoys going for rides, playing
cards, just talking, seeking a SM, 18-
45, for companionship. 'f583028 @
Aspenlady
POSITIVE OUTLOOK
Attractive, slim SWF, 44, brunette, seeks'
nice SWM, 38-50, 6', for LTR. Share the
wealth of life! 'f564764
LET'S TAKE OUR TIME
DWF, 30, certified nursing aide (working
toward RN) smoker, mother of 4, seeks
man, 25-40, for serious LTR, hopefully
leading to marriage. 'f469796
LETS MEET,
Happy, humorous DF, 61, with time and
love to share seeks healthy, stable, family-
oriented gentleman with great sense of
humor and ability to carry and intelligent
conversation. Must love animals/nature.
7'489024 @ gems2u
LOVE MAY GROW
SWF, 50, enjoys fishing, golfing, biking,
gardening, sailing, seeking a SWM, 45-
*65;"with-similarinterests.-'ff518739
S %. FOXY LADY
SWPF, 53, 5'3", 105lbs, attractive, roman-
tic, adventurous, honest, N/S,' seeks
-S/DWM, 45-55, sincere, humorous, se-
cure, attractive and fit, for sharing feelings,
happiness, romance and enjoying life
together. 7'254141
A LOTTO OFFER
Very active, creative, romantic SWF, 57,
awesome cook, loves to sit by the fire-
place with a glass of wine, ISO compan-
ionship with SM, 50-60. 559732 @
nadica
SHARE LIFE WITH ME
Fun, outgoing, happy SF, 56, in health
care, enjoys walks, cycling, church, the
theater, dining, family and light-hearted
comedy films. Seeking Christian SM, N/S,
with like interests for friendship, more.
f755605
HOPE TO MEET U SOON
SF, 40, sexy, sweet, affectionate brunette,
5'4", full-figured, sedks SWM with similar
interests: I enjoy cooking, parks, mini golf,
bowling, camping, museums more. friend-
ship first! 'f447442
'CIRCLE THIS AD
Energetic, positive SWF, 27, impeccably
organized and neat, likes to meet new
people, seeks SM, 21-40, D/D-free.
'f521283 @ BlondeUtopia
COLORS OFTHE SUN
Affectionate, good-hearted DWF, 50, 5'4",
1301bs, mother, enjoys golf, bowling,
movie nights in/out, music, especially.
Jackson Brown. Seeking outgoing, happy
man, to share talks, dates, friendship and
fun. '478784
LOOKING FOR SB/WM
SWF, 48, Aries, N/S, blonde/blue, tall, full-
figured, attractive, seeks man, 35-50, N/S,
who likes pets, the water, weekend trips,
for possible LTR. 7'473575
COULD IT BE ME?
Wine, dine, and dance! Life's too short not
to enjoy to the fullest Active SWF, 52,
seeks active man, 50-60. 'f560816 '@
LuckyLady2005
EASYTO GET ALONG WITH
DWF, 41, originally from New York, likes
the outdoor life. Seeking a man with whom
to have fun. l'498252
NO MORE LONELY NIGHTS
SF, 46, 5'5", 125lbs, healthy, energetic,
employed, compassionate; kind, with pas-
sion for life, motorcycles and much more.
ISO someone, fun-loving, positive, who
loves life and all it offers. Friendship first.
'f520908
NEW YEAR-CHAPTER ONE
Widowed WF, 69, attractive, introspec-
tive, understanding, sympathetic, en-
jopys beaches, Pinot Grigio, ballet, and
opera. Seeking male 60+. 7P574306 @
intouchl
RECENTTRANSPLANT...
needs guide. Smart, confident, nice-look-
ing, humorous SWF, 52, likes movies,
travel, roller coasters. Seeking, SWM, 50-
60, N/S, who knows himself and wants a
monogamous relationship. 'V543423
NO GAMES, JUST HONESTY
Widowed WF, 57,5'4", loves outdoors,
amusement parks, boating, dining, motor-
cycling. Seeking warm, good-hearted
man, 50-60. 'f237842
TAKE A CHANCE
There you arel SWF, 49, ready to start
dating again! Just moved to Sarasota
area. Seeking SWM, 45-63. 7'577812
@ Andresen
A GOOD WOMAN
SF, 45, enjoys romantic comedies, seek-
ing a SM, 29-50, who puts Jesus first,
needs a good woman by his side.
'551093
SLIM CHRISTIAN
Attractive, well-educated SWCF,. 5'6",
1071bs, blonde, N/S, seeks WM, 56-67,
N/S, with strong Christian values, for
friendship first. '954611
LET'S MEET
SHF, 39, brown eyes, independent, funny,
intelligent, outgoing, wants to meet a SM,
36-53, for a great, fun future. '574983 @
yoly6565
I LOVE MUSIC
Vivacious, trim, attractive, DWF, 60, loves
jazz, classical, college grad, 5'5", 120lbs,
N/S. Seeks smart, sober guy, 60s-70s.
Sarasota-Venice-Bradenton. '116330
VERY ATTRACTIVE
WF, 51 5'7", athletic, blonde/green,
seeks worldly, sincere gentleman, 6'+,
N/S, for LTR. 'f406435
WHERE AREYOU?
Honest and caring SWF, 63, 5'7", N/S,
enjoys music, dining in and out, many
interests, seeks special SWM, 60-70,
N/S, good values, for friendship, LTR.
U934602
BEAUTIFUL FEMALE...
31, seeking refined, classy, older gentle-
man who enjoys gardening, fine dining
and travel, for possible long-term relation-.
ship. 'ff526637 r


SEEKING COMPANIONSHIP
Country girl, down-to-earth DWF, 43,
138lbs, 5'6", petite build, blonde/hazel,
smoker, enjoys football, Nascar. Seeking
SM, 37-45, with similar interests, for
friendship first. Honesty a must. '285340
A LOTTO OFFER
Petite SWF, 56, likes sports, staying
active, golf, tennis, walking, biking, travel,
movies. Seeking similar SWM, 55-65.
7f570744 @ player09
HI SENIOR MEN...
65-73, who are tall, healthy, outgoing, well
dressed, have hair on their heads, for this
young (at heart), 115ibs, 52", 65+, Cape
Coral lady, for dating, movies, walks, din-
ing, dancing. 'f320530
SEEKING COMPANIONSHIP
SWF, late 60s, seeks tall, slim, 'healthy
SW gentleman, 69-73, for companionship
and more. If you enjoy the outdoors, din-
ing out and more. you could be the one for
me. 'a'114609
CIRCLE THIS AD
SF, 52, believes exercise is important to
body and mind. Seeking healthy SWM,
45-58, good listener, for LTR. 'f265192
A GOOD MAN'S HARD 2 FIND
WiWF, 65, WLTM tall SM, 5'10-6', slim
w/dark graying hair, healthy, outgoing who
knows how to treat a lady right. Share fine
dining, shows, outdoors and nights on the
town. 126275
TALL, ATTRACTIVE
SWF, 45, artist, dreamer, smoker, moves
to the beat of a different drum. Seeking
intelligent, interesting WM, 35-55, smoker,
who believes in magic and miracles.
7'277421
COULD IT BE ME?
Fun-loving SWF, 61, red/green, seeking
SWM, 61-70, who loves animals, the
country, traveling, and walks on the
beach. 'f457067
GOLFER
WiWF, 65, 5'5", 125lbs, N/S, loves golf,
beaches, travel, theatre, concerts, Bridge.
Seeking a kind, fun-loving, fit, trim gentle-
man, 63-73, N/S, social drinker, to enjoy
the above with me. I402239
LET'S HAVE SOME FUN!
SWF, 44, 5'7", light smoker, varied inter-
ests, would like to meet a SWM, 40-52,
who is outgoing, active, honest, sincere.
"f573074 "
TAKE A CHANCE
Energetic, attractive, tall, outgoing SWF,
47, enjoys boating, walks, beaches, bik-
ing, hiking, travel, nature. Seeking active
SW/HM, 40-51, N/S. 486063
ENDANGERED SPECIES
SWF, 60,'N/S, '165lbs, 5'9". Looking for
someone with a great SOH and at least
80 per cent working, comfortable with sim-
plicity and elegance, financially secure.
'f878147
SEEKING YOU
Slim, very attractive, petite, blonde/
green, active, secure. Possess romantic
heart, intelligent mind, sense of humor.
Seeking meaningful encounter with
classy gentleman, similar attributes, 63-
75, N/S, to share interests, feelings,
doings, and everyday life's pleasures and
joys. I'404255
LET'S MEET
Elegant Russian Adventuress! Accomp-
lished, commitment-minded SWF, 34, in
search of similar man, 33-50, for friend-
ship or more. 7'513743 @ Irina2004
LOOKING FOR THE ONE -
SF, .52, lab technician, well-educated,
WLTM, SM who ernio., ir.r.r;; sports,
romance, nights ,:.un'u.e r- ne.ai in, for
friends first relationship. 'f449708
TAKE A CHANCE...
give me a call. Retired lady, 70s, 5'3",
130lbs, easygoing, seeks old-fashioned
gentleman who enjoys dancing, movies,
dining and traveling. 'f465058
A LOTTO OFFER
Sincere, honest SWF, 63, looking for a
gentleman, 60-75, over 5'11" for'friend-
ship and dating, talks and good times.
'f538368 @ eremhsac
STARTING OVER
SWF, sexy 60s, 5'8", N/S,. slender,
Southern California veteran caterer, relo-
cated to Venice, unencumbered, sponta-
neous, creative, enjoys semi-classic
music, cooking, water sports, travel, rid-
ing, more. Seeking compatible soulmate,
with adventurous spirit. 'f489840
YOUR MOVE
Vivacious, almost attractive, slim SWF, 48,
without hang ups, children, bad habits.
Seeking WM,. 45-66, who knows what he
wants. "'f283088
CIRCLETHISAD
Very Attractive,. Shapely woman, 56,
easygoing, ready it the snap of the finger,
loves life and laughter. Seeking similar
.-rl.; mar1.'- "'555' -"-3 Ge.?GOee2004
SEEKS SINCERE GENTLEMAN
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DA VINCI CODE DREAM
To unlock the grand mysteries of life and
love, first seek the right partner. Second
follow your curiosity. Slender Sophia
seeks tall SWM, 50-62, N/S. 'f565439
COULD IT BE ME?
Wake me up. SF, 53, jeans or gown gal,
afraid of little, seeking a SM, 47-53, to
move forward with. 'f540035 @
Callmyname
NEWTO SARASOTA
SWF, 55, blonde/blue; 5'7", 1351bs, ISO
friend to share the good things in life, a
good-humored man who loves life.
l'568671 .
: COMPANIONSHIP
SF, 70, 5'2", 1291bs, marriage-minded,
light smoker, average build, looking for a
male, 65-70, who likes dining, theater,
movies. '&572639
TAKE A CHANCE
Passionate, family-oriented, loving, poetic,
artistic, creative SWF, 22, dog lover, seeks
similar SWM, 20-35, for friendship, possi-
ble relationship. 'f448188
LET'S ENJOY LIFE
SWF, 50, 5'8", 150lbs, blonde/green;
enjoys beaches, walks, tennis, traveling
and more. Seeking outgoing, intelligent,
humorous SWM, 35-55, for companion-
ship. "'223644 ,
I AM, ARE YOU?
SWPF, 43, 5'6", 115Ibs, petite, curly long
blonde hair, blue eyes, classy, very attrac-
tive, romantic, spiritual, secure, traditional
values, easygoing. N/D, N/S, LTR. Virgo,
enjoys the arts, music, dancing, beach
walks, motorcycles, classic cars. Are you
professional, easygoing, 40-53, 6'-plus,
200lbs-plus, muscular? Beard and mous-
tache preferred. "'265694
LET'S MEET
SWF, 41, moving to Florida, wants to meet
nice, considerate SM, 38-46, who likes
having fun, dancing, the gym, beaches.
"493611 @ Iostitmomi
i SEARCHING FOR...
Gentlemen, 65-75, who still has a zest
for life and sense of humor. Attractive
WiWF, 65, who makes everyday count.
'279303
HIGH VALUES W/O RELIGION
Slim SWF, 54, caring, trusting, nature
lover, swim, laugh, walk, siesta, LTR, with
N/S, N/D, honest, adventurous, educated,
family man. "215287
A LOTTO OFFER
WF, 33, loves yard work, cooking, and
taking her kids to the beach and play-
ground. Seeking man, 25-50. 'f501027
@ DrRuth2
SEEKING MAN OF QUALITY
SF, 52, 171ibs, seeking an intelligent,
decent SBM, 50-58, for companionship,
and possible relationship. '461120
ONLY YQU WILL DO
SWF, 49, kitchen designer, enjoys walks,
biking, exercise, reading, martial arts, din-
ing, movies, seeking similar,; honest, kind
SW/HM, 43-64. S'543619
CIRCLETHIS AD
Classy, beautiful SWF, 38, likes fine din-
ing, great movies, walks on Siesta Key.
Seeking warm, loyal, affectionate SWM,
38-45. 'f502485 @ flbeaches
METAL CHICK
SWF, 28, 56", 1451bs brown/blue
seeks slim SWM, 18-25, into metal and
rock music. Does this sound like you?
"f995809


SEEKING MUSICIAN
DWF, 40, 1891bs, 5'10", red/green, seeks
S/DWM, 35-47, who is a musician, and
who likes travel, concerts, movies, beach
walks. 'f121572
COULD IT BE ME?
Real man wanted. Fun-loving gal, 33, val-
ues family, friends, pets, goals. Passionate
about life! Seeking like-minded man, 30-
45. Vl516091 0 kissy0818
SHARE SUNSETS
Introspective, intelligent, affectionate
SWF, 57, 52", N/S, enjoys romantic din-
ners, quality talks, beach walks. Seeking
special, good-hearted man for happiness.
'f'269791
CARPE DIEM
Beach walk, holding' hands, dance the
night away, enjoy golf, shows, world-wide
travel. Classy, slim, Sarasota widow, 60,
seeks youl '449626
DO YOU KNOW WHAT YOU WANT
.1 do. SWPF, 5'8", 120lbs, monogamous,
kitid, honest, with great sense of humor.
Seeking SWPM, 40s, own hair/teeth, for
LTR. I533251
MAYBE IT'S YOU
Fun-loving SWF, 24, mother, outgoing,
people person, simply seeking down-to-
earth, nice, honest guy for friendship,
maybe more. '615065
CLASSY SENIOR
Petite, fit strawberry blonde WLTM sensi-
tive, 'on-smoking gentleman w/zest for
life, SOH. Theatre, music, sports, cards,
dancing, conversations, quiet evenings.
'292596
SEEKING SARASOTA RESIDENT
Loving, easygoing WF, 5'6", N/S, full-
figured, likes animals, movies, country
music,- cooking, entertaining, sports,
seeking honest, trustworthy SM, 65-75;
V'436952


GLASS HALF FULL
Need someone, 68-78, to help make my
cup runneth over. WIF, pretty, affectionate,
caring, honest, and loves life to the fullest
is waiting for you. 'f405538
CALL MEI
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Seeking educated companion, 65-80, to
enjoy them with. 'f405263
CUTE LITTLE REDHEAD
Great personality, 5'4", 117lbs, arts,
movies, seeking tall, physically fit gentle-
man, 50-62, N/S, 6'0"+, theater, musicals,
quiet times. 'f250405
CLASS ACT
SWPF, 39, 5'4", blonde/green, H/W pro-
portionate, enjoys reading, golf, music,
movies, dining, the beach, seeks well-
educated SPM, with similar interests.
If300780
AMBITIOUS RN, 48
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PETITE AND SWEET
SF, 65, retired, seeking a relationship with
a gentleman who enjoys music, theater,
walks on the beach, dancing. 'f209143
LET'S BE FRIENDS FIRST
SWF, 43, seeks friendship first,' with a
non-smoking SM, 35-55, who enjoys
movies, dining out, dancing, outdoor activ-
ities and sports. 'f236634
FUN AND SECURE?
SF, 42, 5'10",'N/S, fit, seeks SM, 43-57,
doesn't have too much baggage I love.
movies, theater, outdoors. "'538076
ENERGETIC, KIND...
loving SWPF, 46, 5'6";, 351bs, brunette,
down-to-earth, N/S, loves political tv.
- Seeking stable, clean-cut, intelligent WM,
45-60, N/S. '257776
UNIQUE CHIQUE ANTIQUE
SWF, 69 years young, blonde/blue, 5'4'",
1281bs, educated, many interests, talents,
experiences, awaiting true quality gentle-
man, 6', N/S, upbeat. '273716
TANTALIZING TAURUS
SWF, 23, 5'6", blonde, 135lbs; smoker,.
ISO gentleman, 25-33, who is done with
games, ready to embark on real relation-
ship. '1403499
MUST ENJOY LIFE
SSWPF, 46, 5'4", 1281bs; blonde/hazel, in
search of SWPM, 42-60, who likes boat-
ing, fishing, dancing and dining. I434485
GOLDEN BROWN HAIR,
SWF, 18, 5'6", marriage-minded, N/S,
Texas transplant, 1 tattoo, 1 piercing,
seeks WM, 18-29, for LTR. "f467260
ATTENTION, CAT LOVERS
WF, 64, N/S, enjoys painting, reading,
museums, beaches, and chatting over cof-
fee. Seeking WM, 58-72, N/S. '473595


NEW TO FLORIDA
SWF, 38, Aquarius, likes to paint during
free time, seeks SWM, 35-56, who is
interesting; likes music, going out, beach-
es. '452687
JUST A CALL AWAY
SF, 21, likes going out clubbing, having
fun with friends: ISO compatible, sponta-
neous, fun guy for friendship and good
times. 'f464917 "
LIKE MOTORCYCLES?
How about camping and/or beaches?
Female, 46, 57", 11Otbs, long blonde/
brown, seeks down-to-earth man, 45-60,
for serious relationship. l466369
SEEKING PRINCE CHARMING
Fit interior designer/artist WF, 53, blonde/
blue, likes outdoors, biking, boating, arts.
Seeking well-educated, spontaneous, fit
WM, 40-60, to enjoy life. l'395337
GIVE ME ATRY
SWF, 37, good-looking, blonde, outgoing,
likes movies, dancing, kayaking. Seeking
attractive, outgoing SWM, with similar
interests, for friendship, possible LTR.
'f498558
SOUTHERN IMPORT
SWF, 59, 5'7", 1261bs, likes Nascar, read-
ing, antiquing dining out.' Seeking SWM,
55-70, secure independent, honest,, good
SOH. ff485522
GENTLEMAN PREFER BLONDES
Marilyn Monroe type blonde, shapely,
romantic heart, enjoys walks, bicycling,
jazz, gardening, seeking attractive SM,
50-61, moral, healthy, emotionally/finan-
cially secure. l497164
GREAT SMILE!
SPF, 41, smoker, mother of two, likes
photography, the internet, reading,
movies, comedy clubs. Seeking SM, 38-
50, open-minded, honest, communica-
tive. 'f508449


AREYOUTHE ONE?
Full-figured, shapely DWF, 57, 56", well-
dressed, attractive, Aquarius, N/S, enjoys
cooking,' walks, beach. Seeking larger-
sized SWM, 50-65. '1511465
WOMAN OF SUBSTANCE
Educated fit, fun, financially secure 62 -
ear-old, N/S, WF, 5'7, ISO bright, up
beat, sincere gentleman for companion-
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VERY LONELY
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TAKE A CHANCE
F "' tl ,,\ ..:.r irar.'plaril n,:. .I.3' -,er.
joys skating, go carts, travel, movies, seek-
ing a SM, 21-30, for dating. 'f466796
LOVES FLORIDA
SWF, 5'8"; 135lbs, new to the area, enjoys
having fun, beaches, relaxation, the arts,
culture, seeking a compatible SWM, 49-
65.1 518502
SEEKING EXCITEMENT
Retired SF would like to meet a SM, 75-
80, for conversation and coffee leading to
fr;.and:r.ip or nm,.:.r. 5-i .320i ?
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ROMANTIC MAN
Single white male, 55, 5'11", 1751bs, fin-
ancially secure, easygoing, non-smoker,
likes cruises, theme parks, nightclubs.
Seeking intelligent, attractive single white
female, 30-50, slender, for possible long-
term relationship. I'f113948
DOMINICAN AND...
Haitian blend. Single Hispanic male, 26,
5'5", curly hair and brown eyes,'athletic
build, non-smoker, seeks woman, 23-25,
for friendship, possible romance. U558610
NO MORE HEAD GAMES
HI, I'm a SWM, 25, father of 2, I'm caring,
sweet, funny, honest, completely faithful.
I'm seeking a down-to-earthfemale, 21-
28, who's looking for a relationship with a
good guy. "'584148 @ Doughboy
TRUE LOVE?
SWM, 45, 5'8",'fit, very romantic, enjoys
dinners, movies, beaches. Seeking easy-
going woman, 20-40, who enjoys being
treated well.t 'f363052
ISO A CLASSIC WORK OF ART
DWCM, 57, retired Navy, healthcare exec-
utive, turned art'dealer, fit, non-smoker,
D/D-free, into swimming, fine dining. ISO
passionate, classic lady. V426368
'LET'S HAVE FUN
Just moved from Mass. I'm a SWM, 57,
looking to meet a nice SWF, 40-55, to get
to. know and make new friends, possible
LTR. l'588907 @ unicorn348


ARE WE A MATCH?
Retired, financially secure SWM, 73,
5'11", enjoys fishing, hunting, golf, travel.
Seeking SWF, 50-62. l6575162
TAKE ME FOR A SPIN ,
Slim single black male, 22,5'7", Sagittarius,
smoker, seeks nice, beautiful woman, 18-
49, who likes baseball, video games, long
walks on the beach. 'f534554
PROFESSIONAL SAILOR
WM, 58, fluent in Spanish, loves exploring
the Gulf Coast and beyond. Seeking
woman, 35-50, bilingual (Spanish) a+.
I'P576452 @ piratejoe
LET'S TAKE A CHANCE!
Single man, 55, enjoys boating, outdoors,
music, dancing, fine restaurants. Seeking
single female, mid 40s, for possible rela-
tionship. 'f546376
A KNIGHT'S TALE
SBM, 40, 6'2", 160lbs, financially secure,
Cancer, N/S, seeks WF, 18-40, who
enjoys beaches, adventurous getaways,
and dining. '550606
LET'S HAVE SOME FUN
White male, 58, enjoys walks on the
beach, movies, dining out, quiet times in.
Seeking sweet, fun lady, 40-60, who likes
all these things and more. 1'481218
S HOPE TO HEAR FROMYOU
Easygoing SWM, 52, 5'8", 155lbs, N/S
interested in bowling, fishing, having a
good time with friends, seeks SWF, 38-55,
for friendship, dating, then see what hap-
pens. "'569558
WANTTO LOVE SOMEONE
WM, 58, tall, handsome, caring. ISO SF
looking for a good man. 'f788043
SINGLE DAD SEEKS MOM
SWM, 40, in search of SWF, 30-45, for
dating and companionship, maybe more.
Let's talk "f575752 @ claycake


ANYBODY OUT THERE? ,
SHM, 29, 6', light smoker, loves sports.
Looking for a woman who wants to be
loved. l570825
MICHIGAN MAN IN FL
SWM, 39, construction worker, likes
music, dancing, movies,, dining, beach
*..,ir, -JJ "'.J
LET ME MAKE YOU LAUGH
F=jr.,-., 'I[.1 J. I-;d, l,.r r.r 3rd -,' ,.'
earth attitude, interested in meeting SF,
37-55, to share life. 'f580388 @ iefferyz
NEWTO FLORIDA
SBM, 61,6'1", 2021bs, interested in meet-
ing an attractive, slim, classy lady, 45-60,
N/S, for LTR: '577400
LOST IN THE SUPERMARKET?
SWM, 54, 5' 6", Virgo, N/S, brown/blue,
produce clerk, enjoys fishing, the beach,
movies, travel, seeks honest, trustworthy
woman, 48-55, for LTR. '486505
LET ME ENTERTAIN YOU
SWM, 40, loves to entertain and make
people laugh, would like to meet SW/HF,
18-35, who is serious about finding
romance and not into games. 1570721
4. DJBILL65
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
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happiness and romance. '558755
AFFECTIONATE
SM, 28, smoker, enjoys movies, having
fun, conversation. Seeking SF, 18-46, with
good personality. 'f567454
TAKE A CHANCE
SWM, 69, professor, in search of inde-*
pendent woman, 18-45, to get to know
and spend time with. lr583558 @ proftw
A MAN OF GOD
SM, 30, in search of a woman, 31-38,
who takes, care of herself, praises God.
'f565546
CHEMICAL-FREE CM
Self-employed SWM, 41, brown/blue,
clean-cut in front, ponytail in back, N/S,
seeks woman, 35-41, to share sunsets.
l'467007
NOBODYTO HOLD
SWM, 46, interested in fishing, beaches,
historical research, boating, motorcycles,
ISO SW/AF, 38-50, to do things with.
7'573321 @ ayarsrichard
LAID-BACK
SWM, 26, 5'6", 175lbs,. muscular build,
enjoys many activities, seeks SW/HF, 18-
35, H/W proportionate for friendship or
possible LTR. 125163
OPEN-MINDED DAD
SWM, 33, 5'10", 1751bs, brown/brown,
smoker, with son (3), seeks honest, attrac-
tive woman, 23-33. '547932
MOVIE BUFF
SBM, 34, 6', Sagittarius, N/S, truck driv-
er, seeks woman, 23-41, N/S, for beach-
es, theme parks, and picnics together.
W562861


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HANDI-GUY
Physically Handicapped, 46, looking for
best friend and/or lover. Never married,
likes quiet evenings, cooking. ISO drug-
free, non-smoking companion. f565403
@ bryces
NEW TO SARASOTA
Open-minded SWM, 38, seeks fun, attrac-
tive, open-minded woman for fun and
casual dating. '557902
FUN-LOVING AND SMART
Sexy SWM, 28, N/S, loves having fun,
beaches, parties, cars, bikes, sporting
events. Seeking SF, 18-45. ff569409 @
andyman420
I CAN MAKEYOU HAPPY
WiHM, 50, retired, looking for a loving,
happy, affectionate,' professional SF with
children ok, hope you're out there.
'f568072
ONCE IN A LIFETIME
DWM, 29,.5'8", Cancer, professional cook,
N/S, with 3'daughters, loves writing poet-
ry, rodeos, country and rock music.
Seeking woman, 21-48. fc532443
SINGLE & LOOKING
WM, 43, with daughter, N/S, N/D, loves
shooting pool and car shows. Seeking a
woman, 30-38, N/S. "f577121 @ sin-
gledad34287
A TRUE GENTLEMAN
SWM, 42, 6'4", brown/blue, honest, car-
ing, GeminiS,N/S, likes fishing, camping,
canoeing, and travel. Seeking WF, 30-42,
kids ok. 'f533651
HEADS UP
Athletic SWM, 38, 511", medium build,
N/S, likes to ride horses and motorcycles,
enjoys walking on the beach, ISO SWF,
24-45, N/S, for relationship. l'r543506
LET'S MEET
Widower, 55, light smoker, great sense of
humor, motorcycle owner/rider, loves par-
tying responsibly. Looking for adventurous
soulmate with sunny outlook. 'f552313
@ stpbrd
CHURCHGOER
WM, 5'4", 164lbs, brown/blue, likes fish-
ing, hunting, walks on the beach, going
to movies, bowling, more. Seeking hon-
est, caring WF, 47-55, who likes to have
fun. 'f'546929
VERY SWEET AND HAPPY
SM, 39, 5'10", 185lbs, muscular, likes
beach walks, camping, day trips, shop-
ping, sitting under the stars, kids, parks.
Seeking SF, 30-37, for possible relation-
ship. C'f553123
A LOTTO OFFER
SM, 34, conservative, honest, easygoing,
seeking a compatible SF, 24-37, for dating
and possible relationship. "f575375 @
golfman
RECENTLY MOVED HERE...
from MA. Widowed WM, 45, 61", 2351bs,
Libra, smoker, retired MA correction offi-
cer, with 1 child and 2 grandchildren,
seeks woman, 35-53. sl554960
A REAL NICE GUY
SWM, 51, 5'6", 150lbs, brown/brown,
average build, marriage-minded, N/S,
seeks warm WF, 44-54, N/S. '546722
CIRCLE THIS AD
SWM, 68 likes beaches. dancing, sun-
sets, r'ir.-.. c,.-Cirg ipcri .antiques,
cats. 6esirng .mn-,ar nO.,Tn. 63-72.
'f562500 @ hmoon
CAPTAIN SEEKS FIRST MATE
Very romantic, compassionate,, good-
looking SWM, 45, seeks partner to share
fun timesandiquite, romantic nights.'Owhi
boat,. seeking speciall woman for fun
times. If you're pretty, witty, wise, call.
'1f858070 ,
FOR THE RIGHT ONE.:.
my search continues. Male, 19, 5'2",
118lbs, Aries, N/S, loves playing video
games, running, bicycling, and swimming.
Seeking a woman, 19-23, N/S, for friend-
ship, possible romance. 'U936773
COULD IT BE ME?
Still searching.WM, 34, no children, seeks
a woman, 16-33, who enjoys sport,
movies, walks, and dinners. 'f555211 @
rommy1998
MEET YOUR PRINCE
SM, 38, ." -1- i:" i.-:* i .:r,.,.
going for l.:.,i g I'. si a .: l r.ng -.r' us,': ,
boats, ca5. ,: ..-;,n'-..: sports, music,
dancing. Si'..- ri,] ur,,n, easygoing SF,
25-50, like interests, friends first, more.
r958111 .
IRON SHARPENS IRON
SWM, 36; enjoys the outdoors, walks, ex-
ercise, not into clubs i.',,r,. attractive,
well-groomed, North C rril.:,n Christian
lady who's health-conscious, self-suffi-
cient, positive, responsible and kind for
sharing life and love. s 1 15529
TAKE A CHANCE
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ISO *.,:.,.Tere, r,.. ,r r.,.:. piai.,-g games,
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p.or.rp L., 6 Larry831s
GREAT PERSONALITY
SM, 39; 62", 195lbs, ar.:.rr, n.na;i ,nter-
ested in meeting a ',rsr.-an :'54. for
good friendship first possibly growing into
permanent relationship. 'ff200583
S LET'S SHARE LIFE TOGETHER
Irish-American DWM, 60, 6', 185lbs, gray/
blue, avid sports fan, condo overlooking
canal, enjoys street fairs, auto shows,
crafts, .oldies, swimming and travel.
Seeking trim, humorous S/DWF, 55-65, for
possible LTR. 'fT615194
LET'S MEET
Attractive, loveable, happy, man, 53, en-
joys movies, cooking, outdoors, swim-
ming, flea markets, cars shows. ISO hon-
est gal, tired of games. i'583026 @
hpcars
WORTH A SHOT,
SWM, 46, musician(drummer), works with
theater/broadway, concerts, enjoys car
shows, beaches, night life. Looking for
friendship,: possible LTR, with someone
special. ne427765
PHENOMENAL ADVENTURES
SM,t 42, romantic, big-hearted, seeks SF,
any age, who wants to share some good
adventures. Honesty is the only must.
12484379
A LOTTO OFFER
Loving, soft-spoken SM, 55, enjoy tennis,
golf, walking, and the arts. Seeking like-
minded, happy, sincere SF to share these.
'f581364 @ tennisgolf
CUSTOM ORDERED...
just for you. SBM, 27, 6'3", food and bev-
erage manager, N/S, loves to cook.
Seeking truthful, honest woman, 20-40, to
share a table and more. %r497539
A HUGE HEART
That's how this SWM, 38, N/S, lives his
life. Seeking woman, 18-42, a best friend,
a partner in life to grow.with and become
inseparable from. l'495387
CIRCLE THIS AD
Come discover mel SWM, 34, non-smok-
er, simply waiting for the one who will
come set my life into deep orbit
"564226 @ MEDITERRANEO
FIRST STAR
First star to the right of the moon, join me.
SM, 69, seeks 50-60 -year-old compas-
sionate, caring, attractive soulmate for a
caring and Christian, educated individual.
*f233035
PLEASE READ CAREFULLY
SWM, 46, honest, caring, romantic, N/S,
seeks woman, 34-46, to start a great rela-
tionship, preferably a long-term one.,
T470152
RUGGED ROMANTIC
SM, 40, 6', 2001bs, blond/blue, muscular
build, self-employed, very open-minded,
enjoys riding his Harley, boating and
more, seeking compatible SF, 25-48.
"f517756


KIND-HEARTED
Hard-working SM, 36, likes movies, dining
out, mini golf, the outdoors. Seeking SF,
30-50, no children, to share friendship and
more. W519763
BURNING DESIRE
Easygoing, affectionate SWM, 26, N/S,
firefighter, large build, enjoys comedy and
horror movies, seeks honest female, 19-
34, N/S, for LTR. "f525082
NEWTO PUNTA GORDA
Athletic WM, young 61, 5'6", 135lbs,
likes 'movies, travel, restaurants, seeks
romantic female, 55-66. Serious only.
l'525040
LIKE MOVIES?
SHM, 22, Pisces, N/S, seeks woman, 18-
35, for casual dating, possible relation-
ship. Shall we meet for coffee? l'532867
SUNSETS, BEACHES
Good looking SWM, 56, blue eyes, physi-
cally fit, fun-loving, financially secure,
seeks SF, 45-55, honest, romantic, slen-
der, sense of humor, to share happiness
together. 'ff501004
GENTLEMAN SEEKS LADY
Musical SWM, 47, smoker, carpenter,
plays golf on Saturdays, into beach, din-
ner, dancing, seeks woman, 25-40, for
LTR. 'I248966
WHY NOT?
WiWM, 61, 6', 1751bs, blond, young-look-
ing, secure, seeks slim, attractive SWF,
52-62, positive attitude, for active lifestyle
of today. "'222131
LIFE'S TOO SHORT
Average Joe, 40-something, enjoys riding
his Harley, traveling, cruises, Nascar,
seeking SF, 30-55, to share life and
romance with. "'909300
SLIM, SEXY, 60S...
SWM, 5'9", browp/green, witty, intelligent,
romanticsenior, smoker, DM, humorous,
part-time office manager, seeks affection-
ate woman, 55-73, for all things possible.
I'419722
LOOKING FOR YOU
DWM, 69, 5'9", 155lbs, a patron of the
arts, fit, seeks fun-loving, honest,' attrac-
tive lady, similar in age, for fun/friendship.
'425193
LOOKING FOR LTR
SWM, 43, 6'4", blond/blue, enjoys beach-
es, picnics, biking, art, music. Seeking
SWF, 32-40. I'424599
HANDSOME MAN
WM, 32, 64", large build, good sense of
humor, loves movies, music, cultural
events, cooking. Seeking WF who enjoys
life. l'430909
SELF-EMPLOYED
WM, 42, 5'11", 185ibs, likes sports, mo-
vies, the beach, dining out. Seeking WF,
25-45, for friendship, possibly more.
V431106 t .
MY WORLD
Seeking attractive, curvaceous, intelligent
democrat for coffee and conversation. I'm.
a SWM, 60. All calls answered. 'f441134
WALK ON THE BEACH?
SWM, 23, 5'7", 1651b, green eyes, enjoys
going out, movies, walks on the beach,
seeking compatible SF, 21-27., 443080
CALL ME!
SM, 22, 6'1", 1701bs, enjoys cars, beach-
es, movies, hanging out, clubbing. Seek-
ing SF, 18-22, 'for possible relationship.
W444294
GREAT SMILE. WARM EYES
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SWM, 59, 6', Cancer, N/S, enjoys danc-
ing, walking the beach, dining, seeks
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B459.7e
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Tal 31,Tino l h rdna.i.,.-ne, *:el Ciike I/S,
60ish SWM. ISO a good-looking, slim,
N/S, 53-59 SWF, for friendship, fun and
possible LTR. lf624652
REAL MAN ISO REAL WOMAN,
SWM, 45, homeowner, smoker, seeks
WF, 25-50, smoker, with whom to share
quality time. V467283
OLD-FASHIONED GUY
SWM, 44, smoker, works for phone com-
pany, loves movies. Seeking a sweet WF;
32-48. 'f470020
DOWN-TO-EARTH
SWM, 47, 5'9", beard and mustache,
Sagittarius, entrepreneur, smoker, loves
motorcycles, RV camping, boating. Seek-
ing petite, drug-free, romantic WF, 35-50.
I'465891
LOOKING
FORWARD TO THE...
special privilege of meeting that special
someone to make me laugh. SWM, 28,
Scorpio, N/S, seeks woman, 25-45.
I476786
WISH LIST
SWPM, 54, 6'3", 215lbs, blue eyes, col-
lege-educated, N/S, seeks SWF, 37-48,
independent, adventurous. t'480752
I HOPE ITS YOU!
41-year-old SWM, 6'4", 205lbs, fit, tan,
loves to work in the yard, barbecue, hit the
beach, seeks open-minded, exciting
woman. '485505
NEW TO FLORIDA
SWM, 40s, good-looking, brown/blue;
physically fit, N/S, N/drinker, financially.
secure, business owner. Seeking attrac-
tive S/DWF, 32-40. '7515066
LOOKING FOR ME?
Good-looking DWM, young 57, 5'8", phys-
ically fit, financially/mentally secure, likes
sunsets, outdoors/indoors activities, cud-
die, travel, many interests, seeks petite
SWF, 45-55, with similar interests for LTR.
9'489493
SEEK RUSSIAN WOMAN
Handsome, fit SWM, 50, honest and sin-
cere, seeks woman beautiful inside and
out. If this is you, call. t287809
HOW ABOUT A DATE?
WM, 44,, looking for A/WF, 30-56, for
friendship and dating, possibly leading to
more. No children. B560589
SO?
53-year-old WM, retired professional,
seeking SF, who enjoys the water,
antiques, and more. @464096
YOUNG AMERICAN
6', 1771bs, athletic, catholic, retaliator, 53,
looking for LTR, possible marriage.
Seeking honest and caring woman 29-55.
'262086


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Friday, Jan. 28, 2005, Real Estate Classified


2050 SKILLED TRADES 2050 SKILLED TRADES 2050 SKILLED TRADES 2050 SKILLED TRADES 2070 SALES


GOLF CART MECHANIC & road LOCAL MARINE CONTRACTOR
tech. Full time. Benefits. in search of experienced per-
Apply in person, Gulf Carts of sonnel for boat lift & concrete
Port Charlotte, 4655 Tamiami dock construction. Contact
Tr. Kyle, Kyle Keesling Construc-
GROUNDS MAINTENANCE tion (941575-6618 or fax
Technician needed for fast 94-575-4477.
paced apartment community. MAINTENANCE PERSON
Knowledge of sprinkler con- NEEDED PT IMMEDIATELY.
trols a must. Maintenance Apply at Motel 6, 281 Hwy.
knowledge helpful. Will train 41 By Pass, Venice.
the right person. Please apply
in person to: Pines Of Punta MAN WITH TRUCK
Gorda, 1200 Slash Pine Cir- As Carpenters Asst.
cle, Punta Gorda, FL. or fax No exp. req. Call Bruce
resume to 941-637-1242. (941) 626-3230
GUTTER INSTALLER, experi- MARINE ONST. build
enced. Must have transporta- MAINE CONST. Build
tion & tools. Call Economy docks. No exp. nec:
Gutter, (941-629-0455 Drivers Lic. Req. Venice
area. 941-496-0873
Handyman Established
RV manufacturer looking MASONRY LABORERS
for individuals w/lt. Experienced & transportation.
plumbing, electrical/cabi- Call 941-626-3264
net exp. Wages competi- Mechanic wanted Immedi-
tive, benefits, FT. DFWP ate opening in Arcadia. Diesel
Ask for David 941-485-0984 experience a plus. Drug Free
Workplace. Arcadia area only.
HANDYMAN CONNECTION Pay based on experience.
seeking multi skilled crafts- Please call 863/993/3733 to
men. $18 $25/ hour. Join schedule an interview
one of the nations top home
repair companies. MECHANIC/WELDER imme-
eGreat work atmosphere diate opening in Arcadia at
eEndless work Sorrells Bros. Call PL at 863-
eMust be professional, neat & 494-3066 ext. 32
References needed NOW HIRING ELECTRICIAN'S
941) 3587520or & Electrician's Helper. Please
(941)-358-7520or call (941)-4294900
(941)-206-2220 ASK FOR JENNY
HEAVY EQUIPMENT PAINTER- Experienced
MECHANIC w/ own tools. PAINTER- Experienced
ECall Bill @ Forsberg Must have valid drivers lic.
Construction.(941)-637-8500 Top pay & BENEFITS.
EOE/DFWP CERTIFIED RESTORATION
121 Coroporation Way
HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERA- Suite E, Venice or call
TORS NEEDED. Experienced, 941-232-0473
full time, start immediately.
Call (941)-815-2505 Painters & Foremans
needed..Must have own
HIRING NOW! tools & transportation. 5
Window Installers, Glaziers yrs. exp.(727)710-0638
& Helpers. Will train.
Top Pay & Benefits. PAINTERS Mist have own
Call Today! Refelctions Glass transportation & tools.
& Mirror. (941)-575-6311 Sprayers Preferred. Pt. Char.
area. Call-941-575-8866


HOUSEKEEPERS NEEDED
IMMEDIATELY. Apply at Motel
6, 281 Hwy. 41 By Pass,
Venice.


PAINTERS WANTED, ALL
PHASES. 5 YRS. EXP. &
OWN TRANSP. A MUST.
941-46lf-1 n04


HVAC, Installer & Techs. Peace River (
Immediate work. Top pay
& benefits. Apply 4-Sea- Industrial
sons A/C, 1592 Market 3rd
Circle, Murdock.
Industrial Elec
INSTALLERS needed for Sid- knowledge of
ing, Soffit & Facia. Must have work with PL
experience or ability .to train. Industrial 3 p
Must be reliable & depend- well as run co
able. Local work. Top pay. nate. This is a
(941) 286-5283 ask for Jen- time position.
nifer or Steve
Journeyman & Experienced Peace River
helpers in DeSoto, Charlotte offers to elig
S'County-area., Contact ) L ,e Ill.wirng t
941-345-3855 or 941-365-
1919 Medical, De
LTD Insurar
Keesling Paid Holiday
Construction, Inc. ProfitSharii
.Area's most. established with. match
structural concrete con-
structors are currently seek- To apply pleas
ing personnel for the follow- via fax 863
ing positions for w6-rr in the Apply in peso
Charlotte Co. area. Long
term, career minded, quality Peace River I
conscious' individuals, only 4104 NW
need apply Arcadia,
*Crane operator,. EOE
*Boom Pump Operator
*Working Foreman PLUMBING .
*Form Carpenters $19.50 $25.
*Carpenter Helpers Hol. & Med.,
'Concrete Finishers 625-4171
Marine Construction
Personnel PLASTERS &
Masons experienced,
Mason Tenders Stucco Co. Tre
Apply, in, person at 615 ferred. (94
Dupont Street, Purida Gorda.
FL or call (941) 639-3166. PLUMBERS,
Drug Free Workplace needed. Paid
ical, vacation.
person 1182
PC.(941)-627
*OUTBOARD PLU
TECHNICIANS Service Tech
rCenced. Good I
MARINE immediately. (
RIGGERS
UFT PLUL
OPERATORS
BOAT BOTTOM CAN YO1
PAINTER, EXP. DIFFER
BOrWAS-ERS OUR C
AREQ
S': ANDAT
8 Immediate openings, IMPORm
fall time positions, YOU? A
Excellent pay, READY
Benefits, Busy shop A
Lotsofwork.l A'M
We are.
Call John at focused plu,
ny with imr
941-475-6882 ings for PLU
VICE TECH
CONSTRUC
Or Fax resume to MECHANIC.
941-473-7525 more than fo
rience
We Offe
Royal Palm High Pay-Con
Marina Job Security-
779 W. Wentworth Dental Insura
77n W. W d. days-Paid V
Englewood, FL es-401k-Sigi
Pleasant Wo
For a confi
LABORERS and CARPENTERS view call 4
needed for busy bridge con- 941-96
tractor. A drug free work-
place.E.O.E. (239)-633-6244 PLUMBERS imn
Must have
LARGE PROPERTY record. good w
MANAGEMENT COMPANY Drug Frei
Seeking dependable Call for appt (
multi-skilled subcontrac-
tors to complete, hurri- PLUMBERS, i
cane restoration work in rienced First F
Lee, Charlotte And Sara- Valid Clean Fl
sota County. Truck & benefits. (941
tools requried. Great pay
Please Call Mike (941) Plun
302-1033, Kevan (941) Rep
724-3300 or Bruce (941) Excepti
626-3230 (941)6;
LOCAL CONTRACTOR seeks PLUMBERS
exp. employees for all type of NEEDED TO \
storm damage repair. Must SARASOTAI
have drivers lic. & vehicle. NECESSAR
Please call (941) 627-6954


Citrus Products

Electrician
Shift

ctrician with the
and ability to
_C's and VFD's,
hase power as
nduit and termi-
a 'year round full


PLUMBERS

CAN YOU MAKE A
DIFFERENCE IN
OUR COMPANY?
ARE QUALITY
AND ATTITUDE
IMPORTANT TO
YOU? ARE YOU
READY TO MAKE
A MOVE?
We are a customer
focused plumbing compa-
ny with immediate open-
ings for PLUMBING SER-
VICE TECHNICIANS AND
CONSTRUCTION
MECHANICS. If you have
more than four years expe-
rience
We Offer....
High Pay-Company Vehicle-
Job Security- Paid Health &
Dental Insurance-Paid Holi-
days-Paid Vacation-Bonus-
es-401k-Sign on Bonus-
Pleasant Workplace
For a confidential Inter-
view call 474-4474 or
941-964-1070



Service & New Construction
Now hiring for F/T
Plumbers in Sarasota,
Charlotte, & Manatee Ctys.
$70K+ Potential 1st year
Benefits to include
Health Ins. & 401K.
Drug Free. Apply within
Bill The Plumber Inc
6020 F Deacon Rd.
Sarasota or phone
(941)-924-8418



POOL PLUMBING SUB-
CONTRACTOR
W/CHARLOTTE COUNTY
LICENSE
CALL (941)-474-2421
PROPERTY MANAGEMENT
CO. Needs Clean-Up
Crews in Lee & Charlotte
County. Must have own
truck that can pull trailer.
Please Call Mike (941)
302-1033, Kevan (941)
724-3300 or Bruce (941)
626-3230
PUNCHOUT PERSON 'or
warranty work for ni.., r,.-,me
construction. E>pe-rience-
needed. Apply at I,-ji
Homes, 2414 TamiTrn Tr il
Unit C, Port Charlone -all
941-625-0260


PUNCHOUT/SERVICE :FLP.Ei
Citrus Products PERSON for high end .:cordo:
ible employees on Boca Grande. Fa, r eurnM


*ntal, Life and
ice
ys and vacation
ng Plan & 401K


:r rame rumtber & brnel ,P.e.
re,-ne 10 (9' 1 ].'r6 .;0,Y.
Quick Lube of Englewood
Lube Technicians rneeid'l
Experience preferred Fler-,,te
hours, good pay. (94 i V
0711 or apply in per:.-r,
2645 S. McCal Rd1


se send resume
/993-3161 or Rare opportunity, S3,000
n at;. sign on bonus for the right
Auto Technician. Call Steve
Citrus Products at (941)408-1717.
Highway 72 Ready mix Truck Mechanic
Fl 34266 wanted' for Venice area.
-/DWF Good 'pay/major med.
SERV. TECHS vacation & pension. No
.50 Pd Vac., engine work required.
Retire. DFWP. Apply 3333 Acline Rd..
P.G. (941)637-9370 or
123 Jackson Rd.. Venice
& LABORERS,, (941)483-9090 ask for
needed for busy Bill, Manager
ansporation pre- SALESPERSON needed icr
41)468-8.888 Iocal Roling Company
EXPERIENCED. Knowledge ol i he romuling
holidays, med- induciry preferred Apply in
Please apply in per.orn to 2222 Cijude Cl.
C.Market Circle, .P.C 1941)62508'00DFWP
-5520 SCREEfN PRinTER WAITED
jMBER EXPERIENCED WITH AN
M AUTOMATIC GARMEhT
hnician. E'peri. PRESS REQUIRED PFE.
benefit Ilfeded FERRAtL, ON A TUFF FPA,
941) 4 .i4-0 11 COMMISERATE WITH E PEFi.
ENCE CALL JO; AT
IBERS (41)474-8673
SEPTIC INSTALLERS
LU MAKE.A & EQUIPMENT OPERATORS
ENCE IN J.L. Burrow Enterprises
)MPANY? (941)625-2870
QUALITY
ATTITUDE SERVICE TECH need ,r
construction & tree e.'ui[
IANT TO CDL preferred. Full ber aeii
iRE YOU, (239)Y337-5900 EO: FWVV
TO NLKE
TOVE? STUCCO PLASTERER &
a ,:u.iiomer LABORER Owr Irani
lmbing comipa- .Immed. opening. .?. a
mediate Open- must. ('1J!i4_d.l 54
IMBING tER- STUCCOERS,
NICIANS AND PLASTERS &
TION PLASTERS &
S. If you have LABORERS. TOP PAY
ur years expe- FOR HIRE LICENSED
SUB-CONTRACTORS
r.... FOR ALL DRYWALL
mpany Vehicle- WORK
- Paid Health & (941)-743-2171
ance-Paid Holi-
acation-Bonus- SUBCONTRACTORS
n on Bonus- CARPET & VINYL LAYERS
rkplace DRYWALLERS,
dental Inter- PAINTERS, &HANDYMEN
174-4474 or MUST HAVE OWN TOOLS
64-1070 & INSURANCE
941-484-7777
mediate opening.. -
clean driving SUPERINTENDENT needed for
ages & benefits. North Port Production Builder.
,ages &benefits.
e Workplace xp. a must. Fax resume to
941)-358-3355 (941)423-9759.
SURVEYOR
now hiring expe- instrument man needed for
Rough Leadman. fast growing surveying com-
-L. DL. Excellent pany. Appy at: Byrnes Survey-
)-628-4161 ing, Inc. 19800 Veterans
nbers Blvd., Unit D-4, Port Char-
pipers lotte. (941-743-6989
onal Pay SWIMMING POOL TECH for
25-2870 .fire-up follow up & minor
repairs. Attention to details a
AND HELPERS must. Experience pref. Retire-
WORK CHAR & ment plan available. Clean FL
COUNTY EXP drivers license. DFWP. Apply
Y, 423-1400 Casa Pools, 1212 Enterprise
Dr. Pd. 625-5056.


Transmission Installer for busy Coldwell Banker Sunstar Real-
shop. Experienced w/tools ty, Inc. is looking for a Proper-
preferred. General automotive ty Manager to join our team.
skills are a plus. Call (941) Must have Florida Real Estate
815-7905 for more info License, good organizational
skills and a desire to succeed.
TRIM CARPENTERS, experi- Commission position with
enced and laborers. Must immediate income. Some
have transportation & valid dri- experience preferred, but will
vers lic. Pay based on exp. train the right person. Fax
941-743-2126 leave msg resume to Lee Ann 'Levesque
EXPERIENCED ELECTRI- 941-255-3511.
CIANS & HELPERS. CALL Considering a change?
P.J. at E.M.E. 813-918- The Pier Group. a Real
2645. EOE Estate Co. Inc. It's a New
Year why not a New Office?
WANTED ELECTRI- *Coaching*Marketing*Great
CIANS AND HELPERS Splits. No desk or office fees!
JIMMY PITTMAN ELEC- Ready to take advantage of
TRIC, INC. JOBSITE what you've learned? Some-
LOCATED AT THE times the grass is greener,
SHAMROCK & TAMIAMI and it takes a little shove to
TRAIL INTERSECTION. realize our full potential.
VENICE'S NEWEST Joan Robbins 941-255-3344,
LOWES. CONTACT 10am -5pm.
WILLIE AT
(863)228-1728 Considerine a change?
The Pier Group, A Real
WELDERS & skilled laborers Estate Co. Inc. It's a New
needed for structural steel Year why not a New Office?
fabrication & erection. Apply *Coaching*Marketing*Great
at 3945 Edison Ave., Ft. Splits. No desk or office fees!
Myers, 7 to 4pm. Drug Free Ready to take advantage of
Smoke Free Workplace. what you've learned? Some-
times the grass is greener and
Will Train Granite Counter- it takes a little shove to realize
top Fabricator. Experi- our full potential.
enced with hand tools.' Joan Robbins 941-255-3344,
Top pay. (941)-255-7866 lO0am -5pm
WINDOW BLIND INSTALLER EXPERIENCED Manufactured
needed. Experience preferred Home sales person for fast
but will train (941)766-9200 growing lot. Contact Monica
between lOam-4pm for apptm. at (941) 505-6669


2060 MANAGEMENT

A GREAT CAREER I!!
MANAGERS, needed for
.convenience store in PC
area. Experience required.
We offer competitive
salary, paid vacation &
benefits. Fill out applica-
tion at www.piknrun.com
or (941)-882-4015
MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR
& TECHNICIAN needed for
large apt. community, in North
Port. A/C exp. preferred.
Good Benefits & Salary.
.HOUSING INCLUDED Fax -
resume to 941-429-2850 or
Call 941-4?9-240?2

SEARS, ENGLEWOOD,
WAREHOUSE MANAGER
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2070 SALES



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S5K+ .'WK. POTL
60R of Gross Sale.
Proven system. Training
provided. 1-888-279-2325
Auto Sales

ATTENTION
TOP PRODUCERS

We are growing at a fast
& furious pace & have
an Immediate =opening
FOR THE BEST

*5 DDy Work Week
*Pa Plan Startin At 30%

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:Cslloriented. & willing
", "to worK'hard!'
Apply In person
to Bra' Flattery.

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CHEVROLET
2324 Tamlaml Tr. Venice
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CLASSIFIED
ADVERTISING
SALES

The Classified Advertising
Dept. of The Charlotte Sun
is currently looking for a
inside sales Person. Web
experience a plus,
phone/customer service
skills and sales ability
essential. Full-time position.

We offer an excellent bene-
fit and compensation pro-
gram. ,

Applicants please Email
resume to rsmith@sun-her-
ald.com or send to: The
Charlotte Sun, C/O Classi-
fied Manager, 23170 Har-
borview Rd., Pt. Charlotte,
FL 33980

EOE/DFWP


FULL-TIME Inside sales at
the Green Sheet, a Sun
Coast Media publication.'
Monday through' Friday
8:00 to 5:00. Will train for
classified advertising
sales. Telephone sales
experience helpful. Hourly
plus commissions, full ben-
efits including 401K. E-
mail resume to
rknight@sun-herald.com
A Drug Free Workplace.

$ NEW CAREER $
Mortgage Corp. seeks self-
starters. Will train. $4000-
8K/mo. 1-866-784-2968


Newspaper
Advertising Sales
Professional

Come work at the. Char-
lotte Sun, America's
Best Community Daily
newspaper. This is an
outstanding opportunity
to join a company where
you make the difference.
We are looking for -an
experienced ,sales" pro-
fessional with : posltivd.,
energetic, can-do
approach to join our
advertising team, We are
looking for a highly moti-
vated Individual who
thrives on the sales chal-
lenges and enjoys work-
ing in a positive team
environment.

Responsibilities include
servicing existing clients,
marketing of new
prospects, face-to-face
sales, closing contracts,
Identifying client needs,
and cold calling. Quali-
fied candidate will have
the drive to meet and
exceed sales targets,
exceptional sales presen-
tation skills, and excel-
lent verbal and' written
communication skills.

JOIn us as we set the
Industry standard for!
professionals and
quality
We'otfer:
a'CompetitIve salary plus
commission'
Vacation
Health insurance-
Sick and short term
dIsability
401(k) with company
match
Training
Stable company that is
very Community minded
and involved.
Please send your resume
to:
Charlotte Sun
Advertising Manager,
Debbie Dunn-Rankin
23170 Harbor View Road
Port Charlotte. FL 33980

Fax to: 941-629-4499
Email:
Debbie@sun-herald.com

PART TIME Knowledge of RV's
a plus. Apply in person: Skip
Eppers RV, 12705 Tamiami
Trail, Punta Gorda.


2070 SALES 2090 CHILD/ADULT
CARE NEEDED
REAL ESTATE LICENSE
Full tuition riembursement! QUALITY CHRISTIAN
Start you career HERE pre-school looking to hire
Century 21 C&L Real Estate experienced 1 yr. old & 2 yr.
(Community & Leadership) old TEACHERS (small class
Full scheduled training/support size), to join their team.
Days (941) 485-9222 Paid vacation & training.
Eves (941) 497-0620 Call (941)475-0511

New/Exp'd Licensees TEACHER for 2 yr. olds, 7am -
Top Pay, Training & 1pm. Must be dependable,
Support!! reliable and love to work with
Free Leads, No Fees!! children. (941)-255-5442
Realty Concepts VENICE- C5/C6 QUAD needs
743-8255 personal care weekend assis-
tance 2 hrs. morning, no exp.
REALTY EXTRAORDINAIRE needed, will train. 468-6819
SEEKING AGENTS.
Experienced/New'
Excellent commission 2100 GENERAL
programs. No franchise or
Transaction fees. Free #1 ECOTOUR seeks Gift
Individualized Training. Shop/ Receptionist, Full Time,
DON'T WAIT! CALL TODAY! Benefits. Call Mary Ann at
941)475-8310. (941)-575-9236.
RETAIL SALES
Full or part time, 20 to 40 $300 HIRE ON BONUS
hours. Experience helpful but
not necessary. Apply in per- 2 Shifts., Mon.-Fri. or Tues.-
son at: Adams Port Charlotte Sat. No nights or holidays!
Paint, 3846 Tamiami Trail, Paycheck every week from #1
Port Charlotte, Florida house cleaning co. Car need-
ed. Mileage paid. EOE/DFWP


STORM PROTECTION 255-5656 OR 426-4665
SALES, FT/PT, in Sara- MERRY MAIDS
sota/ Venice area.
Commissioned sales. ALL
Call Reliable Shutter POSITIONS
(941)-485-5878 GUARANTEED INCOME

USED Car Sales & Sales Man- Emmet's Spa & Beauty
ager needed No experience Ctr. (941) 475-3310
necessary. Will train. No pres-
sure sales with 50K to 70K Architectural Surfaces has
year potential. Call Scott @ an opening for Experienced
941- 629-9994. Granite Fabricators &
Installers. Full Time. Call 941-
VENICE-NOKOMIS AREA. 639-5599.
Opportunity for experi- ASPHALT SEALING &
enced _and new, Real STRIPING HELP NEEDED.
Estate Agents. High expo- EXPERIENCE PREFERRED.
sure area on Tamiami 941-629-1887EXPERIENCE PREFERRED.
Trail. Need professionally 941-629-1887
minded agents to service ASSISTANT for all aspects of
high volume of business, our business. Will train the
Training & compensation right person. Gallery of Light-
plans to 95%. Call (941) ing & Fans, 629-1884
951-2000 for confidential ASSISTED LIVING interviewing
appointment. ERA Mount for COOKS/DIETARY/HOUSE-
Vernon Realty Co. Inc. KEEPING. Apply 9am-5pm
303 S. TamiamiTrail -20480 Veterans Blvd., Port
Just South of Albee Farm Rd Charlotte
WANT A CAREER IN Blue Jean Job
REAL ESTATE? Blue Jean Job
Seeking Sharp Go-getters
Coldwell Banker Able to Travel USA Who Enjoy
University can help you Working in a Rock & Roll Envi-
stay on top! National ronment. Demo chemical
recognition, strong man- products. Must be able to
agement., training & ethics 'start immediately. For Info
will help you succeed. Kelly 1-800-201-3293 9a-6p.
Brad Geddels, Mgr.
Port Charlotte, West BREAKFAST COOK
1-800-780-1245 F/T Position 5AM-1:3OPM
Pat Walker, Mgr. *Excellent benefits i
Port Charlotte, East *Non Seasonal employment
1-800-626-1249 *Sarasota's Best Retirement
Bill Dlekman, Mgr. Communities.
North Port BAY VILLAGE
1-8Ma0-8areh46-4910 8400 Vamo Rd. 941-966-5611
Margaret Schaad 24 hr. obline 941-966-8139
Englewood Drugfree Workplace
1-800-741-7827
Coldwell Banker Charlotte County Public
Sunsitar Realty, Inc. Schools is looking for
Sunstar Realty, Inc. tr ( temporary
three (3) temporary
WANT A'CAREER IN REAL Security/Attendance
ESTATE? Go to paraprofessionals. High
www.prudentialvillage.com school diploma or
and take a test to see if its the equivalent required.
career for you. Just click on Applicants must have
"Career in Real Estate" experience working
with high school stu-
2090 CHILD/ADULT. dents. Duties to include
CARE NEEDED general supervision of
school campus. 8
A b for f motit hours daily. $8.67 per
A job for caring, self motivat- hour, no benefits. Call
ed' people. Direct care posi- Charlotte County Public
tions experience required Schools (941) 255-
now open at Lighthouse Corn- 0808 ext. 3023 for
munity Services, a day pro- more information.
gram for adults with develop-
mental disabilities in Port CAB DRIVERS -DAYS/NIGHTS"
Charlotte. Call (941)-766- EVERY DAY IS PAY DAY! GAS
9277. EOE. SUBSIDY. ROYAL CARRIAGE
DAYCARE TEACHERS needed. 504-0604 VENICE AREA
Will train. Full or part-time. CAR WASHER NEEDED: Apply
(941)-764-9614 in person: Punta Gorda Car


ENGL- SMALL lbr/lba look- Wash, 120 W. Ann St.
ing for tenant with healthcare, CAREGIVERS NEEDED!
exp. rent can be adjusted for Alternative Homemaking
services. (941)-474-1533" Retirees Welcome -All hours
NOW HIRING for Morning avail. Venice (941)-488-2248
Teacher's Aide. Apply in per- Pt. Charlotte (941) 629-1161
son Tiny Hands, 20150 Mid- CARPET CLEANERS, $600-
way Blvd. Port Charlotte Call CARPET CLEANERS, $600-
(941-766-846way Blvd. Port Charlotte.Call 9 $1000 WKLY, Pd, training. 20
9Immed: Openings. (941)


Y

NOW.ACCEPTING completed
applications for FT & PT Mon
- Fri. competitive wage posi-
tions for the Before & After
School AND Child Care pro-
grams. CDA preferred. Must
have reliable transportation,
someone who is caring, ener-
getic, honest, responsible &
enjoys working with school.
age children. Apply at CCMY-
CA, 19333 Quesada Ave. PC.:
PRESCHOOL TEACHING
ASSISTANT position available.
Full time.
EOE. (941)-474-5555


Imagine meeting and socializing with family and
friends, staying up on the latest decorating trends,
and getting paid to do something you really love to
do. What could be better than that?
Are you ready to take advantage of a great
opportunity? Give me a call today
Amanda Heelan
941-234-2276


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412-9206 or (941) 766-8709
CARPET ,INSTALLERS needed
immediately. Must be licensed
& insured with own vehicle,
Apply at Tile & Carpet World,
4820 Tamiami Tr; PC.


2100 GENERAL 2100 GENERAL


CASHIERS, FT/PT for Produce
Market. $7/hr to star r,,'o el:
nec. Pioneer Farm MarI e ? 1I
S. Tamiami Tr. Venice
941-484-8655
CEMETERY
GROUNDSKEEPER
Hardworking person i-eeded
for care and mainterare .:,
cemetery property. P.,r,,:..
includes good pay he-ai1h
insurance, 401 (k) rehirien,-,i,
plan and paid tirrme ,'
Drugfree workplace.
CalL Rick at 493-424'-. MRF ,
schedule a confidential inierirw


**ATTENTION *
The Charlotte Sun
is now accepting appi: 3
tions for Day Inserting
Crew Members. W1 r.-ve-
openings for good pe:opie
who enjoy being out in irhi
sun! Do you like to work
with friendly people of all
ages? Come join our team!

Upon employment you
will become a member
of the Day Packaging
and Distribution Depart-
ment of one of the
nation's fastest growing
newspapers!

We -have a well rounded,
dedicated team that
ranges from college stu-,
dents to seniors who all
have one thing in common,
our hours fit their lifestyle.
We are looking for people
that are willing to work at
least five days per week.

We are offering 20 to 30
hours per week, with more
possible. The only require-
ments we have are that
you need to be able to lift
25 lbs. (a bundle of
papers), you must pass a
pre-employment drug
screen (we are a drug free
workplace), and you must
enjoy working with a friend-
ly and energetic crew.

If you are looking for a
great part-time job,
stop by and fill out an
application (between
8:30 a.m. and 4:30
p.m.) Ask for Sharon.
Drug Free Workplace.
EOE.

The Charlotte Sun
23170 Harborview Rd.
Charlotte Harbor
(Harborview is just east of
Kings Highway; look for
our sign across from
Schoolhouse Square).


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ADVERTISING
SALES

The Classified Advertising
Dept. of The Charlotte Sun
is currently looking ,for a
.inside Person. Web expe-
rience a plus. Phone/cus-
tomer service skills and
sales ability essential. Full-
time position.

We offer an excellent bene-
fit and compensation pro-
gram.

Applicants please Email
resume to. rsmith@sun-her-
ald.com or send to: The
Charlotte Sun,d C/O Classi-
fied Manager, 23170 Har-
borview Rd., Pt. Charlotte,
FL 33i' 0

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CLEANING HELP FRIDAY -
SAT., 1AM-8AM EXP. PREF
VENICE & SARASOTA.
all (941)-586-0660
OVER THE TOP CLEANING
SERVICE by Tammy Webster,
-. pe rir:e n : UTiL" L':,,i,-r g for
a team of 21941-376-2147
RETAIL/CLERK 'Management
potential, F/T, Benefits.
Cashier exp. pref. Looking
for outgoing, self motivat-
ed person With great cus-
tomer service skills. Start
$8/hr. Apply Richard's Whole
Foods, 593 Us 41 ByPass
(Venice- Bird Bay Plaza)'


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RAPIDLY EXPANDING STEAKHOUSE OPERATION.

ASSISTANT KITCHEN MANAGERS,
GRILL COOKS, LINE COOKS & PREP
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BARTENDERS, RECEPTIONISTS,
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MINIMUM OF
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Must have valid
FL drivers license.
& Auto Insurance.

IMMEDIATE

OPENING
Apply within '
Venice,
Gondolier Sun
200 E. Venice Av.
On Island Of Venice -

Counselors for Project Hope
to assist and assessed com-
munity with services post hur-
ricane in DeSoto County. Tem-
porary full time positions bi-lin-
gual helpful, but not neces-
sary. Apply First Step of Sara-
sota 1970 Main St.,5th Floor
Sarasota FI 34236 or Fax
resume to. 941-552-2077
COUNTER HELP needed for
8 10 hrs. per week. $9/hr.
flexible hours. Apply in person
only: K.C. Building Supply,
19200 Peachland Blvd., Unit
#7, Pt. Charlotte
COUNTER SALESPERSON
Wanted for Chenango Supply.
Knowledge of Construction
equipment and materials a
plus. DFWP Call 941-637-
1165.
CULTURED MARBLE Factory
work & outside installation,
experienced & will train. G6od
pay & benefits. North Port
The Marble Works
(941)-429-8500 ext. 101
DELIVERY DRIVER, Class D
license. Heavy lifting.-Must
have clean driving record. FT
with benefits. Apply in person:
Stephens Window & Door,
25550 Technology Blvd. P.G.
DANCERS WANTED
$300 a shift.
941-457-7077
DELIVERY DRIVER/ASSO-
CIATE needed Part Time.
Able to lift 701b containers.
throughout the day and have
clean Drivers Lic. Both a
must. Apply- in person: Sher-
win Williams, 3341 Tamiami
Trail. Port Charlotte (941)-
625-7711
DELIVERY DRIVER, Class D
license. Heavy, lifting. Must
hV .3ean driving,. rec.or:n I FT
wat, beie-jla, Appl ivn peirsr n.
SDphi.r. Window & Oor,
25550 Technology Blvd. P.G.
DELIVERY/!Warehouse:
PC wholesaler seeks a moti-
vated person w/ positive atti-
tude. Clean Class D lic. F/T
benefits. Call 629-4234
DRUG FREE WORKPLACE
DELIVERY/WAREHOUSE
Dependable, eager, honest
.Earn competitive wages to
start with group health ins,
paid vap, weekends off.
Apply at
STEPHEN'S FURNITURE
4427 S. Tamiami Tr.
Venice.493-0087
DIETARY AIDES part time for
evening meal & weekends
Apply in person at: Sandhill
Gardens 24949 Sandhill Blvd.
Deep Creek
DRIVER WANTED for Taxi Co.
Full Time. Clean FL. DLs.
Dependable, neat appear-
ance. ,i i1l'J4 1 62. 7774
DRIVER/LABORER for septic
Co. Class A/B, tanker end.
pref. N/S, :clean MVR, PT
Weekerd; i '. Tr EOE/drug
free. (941 .li-4 : 1 -
Drivers Needed PC Area,
must have valid lic., own vehi-
cle & be dependable. Call Lee
at 941-276-8813 or Lezlie at
941-276-8814.

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Friday, Jan. 28, 2005, Real Estate Classified


2100 GENERAL

DRIVERS NEEDED. Growing
hauling company looking for
people with good work ethics,
common sense. Clean driving
record required. Some experi-
ence pulling trailer needed.
CDL not required but wel-
comed. Call for appt. 941-
637-5969.
DUMP TRUCK DRIVER, Expe-
rienced w/ CDL A or B. Call
863-993-0603
Experienced driver needed for
tri-axle dump. Steady work.
Call (941) 916-5360
FACTORY WORK Some lifting,
maintenance and installing.
Call Ron at Decor Shoppe.
941-629-3131.
FENCE INSTALLERS needed.
Competitive wages, paid holi-
days, insurance. NO week-
ends. Call (941)-204-5732
betwn 9am-7pm for more info
Food Service Worker/Cook
needed for residential juvenile
facility. FT Call 575-5790 M-
F 9-5 Drug Free Workplace
FT MAINTENANCE POSITION
for grounds & equip. Farm &
tractor exp., some night &
weekend work. Some heavy
lifting. Venice(941) 809-6365
GENERAL LABOR
$$$ CASH TODAY $$$
Drivers Paid Extra
Call for Pick Up Route
LABOR FINDERS
627-4041
STemp. to Perm. Avail.
No Fees EOE 0 DFWP
GOLF COURSE
Assistant mechanic position.
Golf course exp. helpful but
not req. Mechanical back-
ground a must. Good pay &
conditions. CORAL CREEK
CLUB 13111 Gasparilla Rd,
Placida 941-697-3208
nFWA/D FWOE


2100 GENERAL 2100 GENERAL
HOUSEKEEPERS, Fulltime, LIGHT LABORER needed
Wed thru Sun. Must be for the Boca Grande Club.
dependable, no exp. neces- Varied outside duties PT,
sary, will train. Great pay/ben- must be flexible. Call
efits. Friendly work environ- Michaela at (941)-964-
ment. Apply in person: Park 2211 ext. 4443
Place, 200 Nassau St. N.,
Venice. DFWP. LOT PERSON, part time, RV
Instructor Counselor needed experience preferred. Apply
for residential juvenile facility, in person: Skip Eppers RV,
FT. Call 575-5790. Drug Free 12705 Tamiami Trail, P.G.
workplace. MAINTENANCE PERSON on
INSULATION INSTALLERS Boca Grande, PT, about 30
Experienced, fulltime. hours, possible FT, Varied
Paid vacation & paid holidays duties including pool care.
after 90 days. Smith & Sons Contact Rich (941)-380-5485
Insulation, (941)426-1991 or (941)-828-8845
ISLAND HANDYMAN, FT, Boat MATERIALS COORDINATOR
exp., exc. customer service computer literate person to
skills, self starter, area knowl- purchase raw materials, con-
edge a plus, competitive pay. solidate and ship goods to off-
Fax resume to 941-697-9796 shore factories, help maintain
or call 941-697-9797 raw materials inventories.
JOIN A COMPANY THAT MUST BE DETAIL ORIENT-
JOIN A COMPANY THAT ED. Experience determines
HAS BEEN GOING PLACES pay level $30-$40,00/year.
FOR 25 YEARS! Fax resume to (941) 575-
Young Trucking needs bright & 7008 or e-mail:
energetic people for Cus- seaeaRlelO@comcast.net
tomer Interface/Driver Dis-
patcher Positions. Position
requires positive, people ori- MECHANIC exp. & tools
ented, take charge individuals needed. $10-$15.00 hr, Fax
capable of thriving in a dynam resume to 863-491-0819.
ic multi-tasking environment. 8780 NW Bethel Farms Rd.
The ideal candidates will have Arcadia, GOOD BENEFITS-
a strong command of Health/Dental Ins., 401K, Pd
telecommunication tech- Vac, Holidays, Sick Time.
niques, and be able to think, DFWP
plan & select the best from a MOBILE HOME SET UP &
number of options to maxi- PLUMBER HELP needed.
mize customer satisfaction. Call (352)-812-4401
Bi-Lingual & Spanish is an
asset. We will gladly train the MODEL/ACT Babies to
right person for this career Adults. TV Commercials,
opportunity. Apply in person Catologs & Movies. Models
to: Young Trucking, 12164 Exchange Talent Agency,
Tamiami Trail, Punta Gorda 1751 Mound St., Sarasota.
(941-637-3723 ext. 204 Lic. TA18 (9411-3644300
Need dependable HEAVY
LAWN TECH needed, EQUIP. OPERATORS &
experience preferred or LABORERS. Competitive pay
will train. Salary, Benefits & benefits. DFWP. (941)-505-
& Commission. All Service 0444


SWr/LPest Management, Inc.
GOLF COURSE MAINTE- 941-627-5833
NANCE LABORER. FT. Valid
FL license. Dependability a LABORER, must have FL DLs,
plus. Bunker care, weedeat- (941)-833-0033
ing, edging, $7.50/hr. Please LABORERS needed. Local
call Don (941) 426-1414 work. Drivers license & own
GROOMER wanted, experi- transportation a must. Call
enced on all breeds only for (941)-627-0093
upscale salon in Pt. Charlotte. LABORERS needed for
Pet brusher/ bather, experi- pool construction with or
enced only. Call for appoint- without exp. Call 625-2520
ment 624-6775 or 286-1835. or 629-3992
HANDY PERSON needed for LANDSCAPE MAINTENANCE
small Condo Complex in PGI. Competitive pay with bene-
Light duty maintenance. Year fits. Please call Boca Bay at
round. References. (9411-575- 941-964-0170
0684 or (5631-260-0806
BOCA GRANDE CLUB
HEAVY EQUIPMENT needs experienced Land-
OPERATOR WANTED scape person, Full time,
CALL 941-639-5891 excellent benefits.
DRUG FREE WORKPLACE Call 941-964-2211
HELPER needed for General
Construction. Exp. helpful but LANDSCAPING POSITION
"''not dt cesdsary. Transportation. open, FT i -, i '.' ,
a must. (9411-623-2730 per hr. OT available. On the
job training. Please call Craig
HOUSEKEEPER with refer- at (9411-380-4062
ences. 3 day/wk minimum
(between Venice & Engle- LIGHT TEXTILE WORK,
wood.) Fax Resume winding and packing, PT/FT,
941-485-3645 Flex hours, will train.
Englewood. 941-475-8805


NEED EXTRA
MONEY
Excellent part-time position
available. 'approx. 24-28
hrs. weekly. Salary +comm.
and bonus program. Experi-
ence not needed, just per-
sonable and dependable.
Call Charlotte Sun Circula-
tion Call Center, ask for Glo-
ria or Ron 941-206-1209 or
941-206-1201

NEWSPAPER
VENDING
MACHINE &
STORE DELIVERY

7 Days A Week!
Early Morning
Hours!
Experience
Preferred In
Vending Business

Bud 941-206-1319
Gary 941-206-1322


ROOFTRUSS Manufacturer
has FT positions available.
Will train, Apply at
5300 Linwood Rd. Rotonda.


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2100 GENERAL 2100 GENERAL 2100 GENERAL
Now Hir;hg s A CDL Dri- WORKING MANAGER & PEST SWIMMING POOL TECH for
vers, full tine o0art time Top CONTROL TECH in Boca fire-up follow up & minor
Pay. Call -Now 863)-494- Grande. Guaranteed Sal + repairs. Attention to details a
3066 Ext 27 Commission/ company vehi- must. Experience pref. Retire- I
Pant Presser heed & Laun- cle / cell phone, etc... Clean ment plan available. Clean FL
dromat attendant, & P/T. driving record required. Call drivers license. DFWP. Apply
(941)-493-8677. ly at or applyto state wide PEST Casa Pools, 1212 Enterprise
2127 S. Tamiami, Veni CONTROL SERVICES Dr. PC. 625-5056.
PERSON wanted to as t in (941)-964-0888
Maintenance & Landsc ing SALES ASSISTANT, F/T, Must The
at Integrated Control s- be knowledgeable in Plumbing SUN Newspaper
teams. Call Blanche @ 6 & Electrical. KILE'S ACE IS Gfwing
6677 \ HARDWARE, ASK FOR BRUCE
POOL SERVICE PERSON OR KAREN, (941)-484-8454 We need more contracted
NEEDED SCREENERS NEEDED for carriers for daily delivery
Call Randy. 941-255-0732 ool cages & lanais. Some within all communities with-
POOL TECH FT, Cleaning cassional heavy lifting. Exp. in *Charlotte, *DeSoto
route, good pay, 5 yrs clean aus. (941)-875-3777 and *Sarasota Counties
driving record, will train. Se rity officers, D License, (North Port & Northern
3285c Placida Rd. Englew'd Day ift, Immediate Opening, Englewood.)
I* ** IIl*** Ptch, ar Phone, Call Joe
POOL SERVICE TECH must 81317-4154 CALL US!! !
have FL drivers lic., (5 yrs. .SL RITv Let us know where you live
of driving experience mini- NSWHRTCH IDT Le and see how we could
mum). $10.00 per hour. NIGH WATCH DUTY accommodatsee you in yourld
Apply at: Howards Pool F. or on of Sbarasotas accommodate you in your
World. 12419 Kings High- finest retire ent communities requested area.
way, Lake Suzy. DFWP. Or OPay F Experience
Call 941-625-6007 or *Pay in L u of Benefits Great earning potential for
941-626-2293 BAY VI AGE your time. Opportunity to
# * * * 8400 Vamo Rd. 1-966-5611 earn additional bonus
^ 24 hr. jobline 94 966-8139 each month for Great Ser-
Port Charlotte Answering Ser- Drugfree Wor- vice.
vice is looking for Telephone DrugfreeWorlace After 90 days on Contract-
Operator/Alarm Monitoring SERVICE TEC OR ed Route earn $100.00
Apply in person 17776 Toledo DYNAMIC Service company INCENTIVE REWARD.
Blade Blvd. Murdock. E.O.E. Experienced w/consticon Interested call
PRESSER NEEDED, NO EXP.flooring & clean-up a lus. Joe @
NEC.Mon.Fri Apply within: ALSO SEEKING HELPS. 941-206-1317
NEC. anm-ri a A i cen Must have valid drive7E
439 S. Tamiami Trail, Venice. ense w/clean record Top Pay**
CALL 484-7777 DRIVERS needed.
PT/FT positions. Wkend live-in \ Apply today, Hungry Howies
positions. Working w/disabled Shop Foreman wanted 1003-B E. Oak St. Arcadia
adults in Pt. Charlotte group Experience necessary .call E
home. (941)426-6591 863/494-3066 ext. 27 \;TOW TRUCK OPERATOR,
PUNTA GORDA RENT ALL SHORT ORDER COOKS r experience needed.
Now hiring needed for convenience experie.n.c Vned.
*Equip. Service Tech store in PC area Exper- \Call (941-815-2531
*Mechanic ence required. Fill out I\EE SERVICE NEEDS
*Driver application at www.pikn- CLIMBER/GROUND MAN.
eCounter Person run.com or (941)-882- MU;T HAVE DRIVERS.
Good benefits, please inquire 4015 LICENE. 941-492-9356
in person 25115 Marion Ave. ,
Punta Gorda. SPIKES Fast Oil & Lube. TRUCK D VER PT or FT for
Lube Technicians needed. Truss delivers. CDL required.
CIRCLE ME! Experience preferred. Flexible Call (941)-698-0800
hours, good pay. Call Brian
No stuffed shirts, no ties. We (9411-637-9490
have 10 immediate openings TRUCK DRIVE/EQUIPMENT
for energetic people to work in SUPERINTENDENT needed for HANDLER- CLASS A OR B
Rock 'N Roll environment. North Port Production Builder. CDL REQ. 6 DAY WORK
Rock to work and Roll to bank. Exp. a must. Fax resume to WEEK. DRUGFREE WRKPLC
Travel all major cities in resort (941)423-9759. $600-$800/wk. 484-9300
areas. 2 weeks paid training.
Transportation furnished. Swimming Pool Con-
Return guaranteed. Above struction: Long term, Wal -M art
average earnings & bonuses, career minded, quality W a a
18 and over. Must be free to conscious individuals
start today. For more informa- only need to apply. Expe- Englewood
tion on how to start please call rienced or will train the NOW HIRING
Lynnette at 1-866-762-1037 right person. Hiring for NOW HIRING
all phases. for Super Center. Alli
LAYOUT/DIG/STEEL shifts, great career
Rod Technician PLUMBING opportunities.
Rod Technician needed to BRICK & TILE Apply in person at
assist land surveyors. Full- PREP Kiosk & Layaway.
time position with excellent Clean FL Drivers License
benefits. No experience nec- required & DFWP. Apply
::l, "'l, at Johnson Ertgi- in person @ Nautilus WAREHOUSE PERSON, entry
,,.i.-.-i;.. I i ..''li L.lurd...i:- Pools, Inc. 18380 Paul- Jiev.- r.S 'hi w .o d holidays.
,,ri-, i:ur 4. i-,rt Cihjr son Drive, Port Charlotte Apply in person Showcase
lotte, FL 33948. Drug-Free or call 941-624-5744. Floors, 1264 Market Cir. PC.
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2110 PARTTIME/
TEMPORARY


2110 PART TIME/
TEMPORARY

AIDE/SUBSTITUTE
TEACHER
Boca Grande Childcare
Center Hr. 1PM-5:30PM
22.5/hrs./ wk. Additional
hours as needed. Call
941)-964-0525
CLEANING person for Mon-
days, 5-6 hours/week. $10/
hour. Call (941)-627-6476 Iv
msg.
VENICE ISLAND SHOP
LOOKING FOR P/ CASHIER
SENIORS WELCOME.
(941)-488-3510
HOUSEKEEPING, P/T, for
bathrooms. Apply in person:
Administration, 2280 Aaron
St. Pt. Charlotte, Mon.-Fri.
9am-5pm.

NEED EXTRA
MONEY
Excellent part-time position
available. approx. 24-28
hrs. weekly. Salary +comm.
and bonus program. Experi-
ence not needed, just per-
sonable and dependable.
Call Charlotte Sun Circula-
tion Call Center, ask for Glo-
ria or Ron 941-206-1209 or
941-206-1201

$ NEW CAREER $
Mortgage Corp. seeks self-
starters. Will train. $1200-
5K/mo. 1-866-784-2968
Non-Smoking, no benefits,
starting $8/hr, computer liter-
ate, Quick Books helpful.
Should be sports team knowl-
edgeable. Contact Ruth'or
Dennis (941)-496-7900
OFFICE HELP NEEDED
2-3 hrs/day. North Port
area. (941)-429-1966
PART TIME DRIVING RANGE
VENICE EAST GOLF COURSE
WAGE + FREE GOLF.
CALL 493-0005
PERMANENT non commission
sales position. Week days
only. Gallery of Lighting &
Fans, 629-1884
PT JANITORIAL &
ATTENDANT NEEDED. MON.,
THUR & FRI 8:00-4:OOPM
SGardens Of Gulf Cove.' Call
(941)-6974443 or 697-1211
PT SALES CLERK
Venice Island. Experienced
only Fax Resume
941-485-3645
SWITCHBOARD
OPERATOR, P/T, AM & PIV
shifts available. Apply al
Bacons Furniture, 17701 Mur
dock Circle, Port Charlotte, FL
.33948
TELEMARKETING,
Businessi to Business,
Mon-Fri. 1-5, 16-20 hrs.
Can earn over $15/hr.
Must be exp. 488-5773
TEMPORARY P/ Housekeepei
for.,Property Mngmt co. in
Rotonda. Wknds req. Exp.
pref. $8-9/hr (941)-697-3194


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ALONE?
SENIORS DATING BUREAU!
RESPECTED, since 1977.
,(Ages 50u901' i .00i 77

BAYSIDE RELAXATION
in/out call. Serious only
Venice, No Port, & Pt. Char
EngI areas. 941-914-3851


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3020 PERSONALS

EMERALD CITY Female
Nude Dance Club
Entertainment Always hiring.
941-766-1161
1225 Tamiami Tr, PC.
FALLEN ANGELS ESCORT
SERIVCE. SERVING ENGLE-
WOOD VENICE AND SOUTH
SARASOTA. NOW HIRING.
941-960 3987
Forever Yours
575-1185 Punta Gorda
Let our all new staff make
your life more enjoyable!

HOT LOCAL SINGLES!
Connect/Meet/Chat!
Ft. Myers 239-590-9210
Sarasota 941-906-8844
Call Now! 18+ Ad#8888

Lady in' distress got help from
Guardian Angel in Walmart she
had on Blue top w/white
w/blue Capri Pants. Please
call me (941)-488-3792
Lingerie Model/Dancer
Needed, call Lee @ 941-276-
8813 or Leslie @ 941-276-
8814, for an appointment.
LOOKING FOR AMBER,
GINGER, JAZ, OR BRIDGETT.
CALL (941-626-4901
People needed with a heart.
Single Mom 46 w/1 son is in
need of a car to get
back/forth from work. She
lost everything in the storm.
She is disabled. She is proud
& would never ask for any-
thing. She doesn't know I'm
doing this, but isn't that what
friends are for.
(941)-276-8404
Scoop, If I can get pass the
short stop & 2nd I'll be happy.
S.B.U.
Thank you St. Jude and
Blessed Mother for prayers
answered. PS

3060 SCHOOLS &
INSTRUCTION

2 WEEK CNA TRAINING
$300/books inc. Quality
Healthcare Port Charlotte
941-625-8933
BLACKJACK
POKER DEALING &
BARTENDING
18 & Over
239-334-6300 Ft. Myers
www.BartenderDealer.com

3070 BURIAL LOTS/
CRYPTS

2 Plots at Royal Palm
Cemetary, Garden of Prayer
$1500 both, 941-637-8210
DBL. NICHE PKG. $4500.
GULF PINES MEM PARK
lOam-lOp 360-459-0416
Reduced 2 graves, Garden
of Devotion. Venice Memorial
Gardens. Worth $1,295/ea.
$800/ea. (972)-896-1760

3090 LOST & FOUND

FOUND- HOUND DOG, long
red tail, O101bs, vicinity of N.
Salford. North F.;.rt on Tues.
1/25. Days 426-8651 'or
eves 423-7951,
FOUND: Dog, organe Chow
mix, male, 601bs, found in PGC
on Education Rd. Black mark-
ings. 941-276-7803 or (941)-
235-9671
LOST Black & 'White
Havanesse w/ red harness.
Lost from Fort Ogden General
Store on 1/25. 941-626-2820
REWARD!
LOST DIAMOND & EMERALD
EARRING. VICINITY OF VENICE
ISLAND. REWARD. 484-7542
LOST, Dog Female, SUN..
12/19, vicinity of Santarem &
Deep Creek Blvd. 10 -1/2 yr.
old Lab mix, Black with White
Chest. Answers to "Holly".
REWARD (941) 766-0025 or
(941) 255-3608
LOST white cat off Pine St. 1-,
19 or 1-20; Name is Angel.
9414684075
LOST: small white & black cat,
deaclawed, wearing pink col-
lar with bell. Vicinity of Sorren-
to II on Thursday 1/20.
$100/reward 941-966-2985


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FINANCIAL


4010 BUSINESS
OPPORTUNITIES

Established Business-Special-
ty Food Items-Good Location-
Lots of Possibilities-Some
Owner Fin. Call Bob, Thomas


Ryan Realty (941)-833-4777
LANDCLEARING & SITE
DEVELOPMENT Investor
wanted.
Michigan couple living in N.
Port for 16 years, 9 yrs in
business. Growth potential
unlimited, Serious calls only
941-426-8234
LIQUOR LICENSE 4 C.O.P.
Charlotte County. $175K.
Call The Seal Family Inc.:
Realtors (941)-964-0333
TAXI FRANCHISE, $35K +
inventory. Charlotte County
area. Will train. (239)-281-
8888


4010 BUSINESS
OPPORTUNITIES


5060 DOMESTIC
CLEANING SERV.


VANGUARD For European, experienced
VANGUARD professional cleaning. Call
Cleaning Systems TANYA'S CLEANING SERVICE
OWN YOUR OWN FRANCHISE Houses-offices-cond-ap
We Provide Customers BEST RATES-FREE ESTIMATE!
Equip., Training & Financing (941)586-0179 or 485-7376
LOW INVESTMENT!
941-423-7670 General House Cleaning, expe-
www.vanguardcieaning.com rienced, honest & reliable.
FREE estimate. (941)-637-
4707 or 239-633-7611
4080 LOANS Self Employed professional to
MORTGAGES clean your home. Reasonable
Rates. Insured,
Any Credit/Any Mortgage Call Rhonda 941-474-2824
refinance debts & mortgage
into one low payment! 5080 EXCAVATING/
Allied Home Mtg. 627-3396 BUSH HOG
BAD CREDIT? Pick a Home &
Get a Low/No Money Down HOME & MOBILE HOME
Mortgage Loan. Guaranteed! DEMOLITION Local company,
Call A.J. (941)456-4456. Uc. & insured. References
PRIVATE MONEY avail. Single wides from
$2000 & Dbl wides from
Real Estate Only $3000. concrete & block
625-7001 or 941-475-7755 removal. BOSSMAN LAND
DEVELOPMENT 8 yrs in bus
5000n 941-426-8234
BUSH HOG, Back Hoe &
Loader work. Construciton
clean up, lot & fence clearing.
Robert (239)-543-9839 or
Dennis (2391-543-6746
Bushhogging, Grading, Trucking,
Landscaping, Fill Dirt, Top Soil,
Shell Driveways, Rock, Gravel,
BSRVICE Bush Removal & Excavating
MVIllNvS S ilCvE (941)473-9348 or 270-7998
DUMP TRUCK, backhoe,
debris & lot cleaning. Free
5050 CHILD/ADUJ.T estimates. (941)-460-9395 or
CARE (941)-468-7773 ask for Ray
DAN'S TRACTOR SERVICE
AT HOME MOM, near Dorch- Comm. & Residential. Lot Clear-
ester, P.C. available to watch ing, Tree Removal, Fill & Grade.
your child in my home daily. Free Est. Dan (941) 4684163
References. (941-456-5890 HENDRICKSON INC.
ATTENTION PARENTS: con- Demolition, Hauling, Clearing
templating daycare but are & Fill. 4 Generations in P.G.,
afraid & thought you could Dump Truck, Back Hoe &
never afford it. Please call: Grade Tractor. 941-626-7877
(941) 916-0555 or (941) 235- or 941-628-3398 Lic./Ins.
2728 for workable solutions. HURRICANE Debris Clean -
CAREGIVER COMPANION Will Up. Tree cutting & Stump
live in, cook, clean & shop. removal. Local 26 years. Rea-
Excellent references. sonable pricing. 941-629-
(941)-488-5979 0020/Mobile #941-457-3515


CAREGIVERS, Live-in, 24/7,
Certified CNA, dependable,
trustworthy. Exc. References
Patient info confidential. 386-
789-7140 or 732-267-9121
EXPERIENCED CNA, Caring
and- responsible. Will look
after you in your home. Avail.
days or eves. 941-627-3855
'FLORIDA STATE LAW requires
all child care centers and day
.care businesses to register
with the State of Florida. The
Sun Newspapers will not
knowingly accept advertising
which is in violation of the law.
STAY AT HOME MOM WILL
CARE FOR ELDERLY WOMAN
IN OUR VENICE HOME.
(941)-496-7864

5053 COMPUTER
SERVICE

1-2-1 Computer Services!!!
Home Repair, Upgrades &
Instructions: Fast, Friendly,
Affordable! Sr Disc! 380-5813
COMPUTER HOUSE CALLS
Repairs, Training &
Upgrades. Ask for Tom
(941) 485-2878

5054 CONTRACTORS

ANMAR BUILDERS now
accepting new contracts for
roofs, pool screens, soffit &
fascia. Lic. & Ins. in Charlotte
County, Lic.#'s CCC057571.
CBC020990. (813)-995-2330
or cell (727)-919-6163 ,
VIHLEN CONSTRUCTION
FL LIC. CRC010900 & ins.
Roofing needs. soffit,
facia, drywall, tile etc...
(941)-276-8481
FLORIDA STATE CERTIFIED
General Contractor
#CGC60099
Roofing Full Interior -
Exterior Pool Enclosures
Altrac Construction Inc.
A Florida Corporation
800-346-2992
GMD Contractors, Inc.
Licensed Insured Local
License #CGC 043443
(941) 429-2171'
"Restoration, Renovation,
Construction..proudly
serving our community"
LICENSED GENERAL
CONTRACTOR
CGC016654
Hurricane Repairs
941-764-0220
A.A. BOBICH, INC.
COMMERCIAL CONCRETE
SHELL CONTRACTOR .
GENERAL CONTRACTOR
CGC016654
ALL COMMERCIAL
CONCRETE
941-764-0220
State Certified General Con-
tractor CGC023890. Pool
Cages, Lanais, Patios includ-
ing rescreen. (941)-624-6572

5060 DOMESTIC
CLEANING SERV.

SYLVIAS CLEANING SERV
EUROPEAN CLEANING
UMNKE NO OMER 100P/oslsMEW-
inNaGR493-3173
Bernices Cleaning: Houses &
Condos. Resonable prices,
941-743-3803
BRIGHT HOUSE
CLEANING & WINDOWS
LOCAL. EXPERIENCED.:
Hourly Rates. References.
ALICE 483-8998
CHARMAIN'S CLEANING.
LICENSED. ENGLEWOOD
AREA. 941-323-7113
CLEANING BY DAISY,
Single floor homes only.
(941)484-7710


5083 FLOORING

CERAMIC TILE Installation.
IMMEDIATE INSTALL!
Call 941-255-5784 OR
941-639-4114

5100 HOME & COMM.
IMPROVE.

15 Yards Dumpsters
J. E. Baker
1-866-270-5000
A+ DO ALL Service
Exterior Painting, Plumbing
Flooring & MORE 21 yrs. exp?
(941)-764-7173, Licensed
ALL EFi',,, BRICK & Stucco
Repair. All Leaks Repaired
Roofs, Chimney, stucco, 'All
your needs. (941) 497-1097
All repairs & remodels. We do
it all. 35 yrs. experience.
Reasonable rates, Free est
Immed. attention. Call Now,'
.941-429-9521 or 539-3219
* CONCRETE 0
High Ouality Low Price
Driveway, sidewalks, patios
LICENSED & INSURED,
Free Estimates


CONCRETE
Driveways, Sidewalks,
& Room Additions
Michael Hodge
941-743-4364
FEWOX CONSTRUCTION
Structural repairs
New Shingle & Metal
FO:o:'l Inrr. allaIirn ,_
General Contractor
CGC0000265
Roofing Contractor
CCC057158
(813) 767-3012
FREE, ESTIMATE for granite
countertops, cabinets & tile.
New construction & remodels.
Tina @ 941-323-3304
GRANITE COUNTERTOPS
Call .the Stone Factory Inc.
Mdn Sat 9 -5 for a free esti-
mate. Pick from wide selec-
tion. Do it right with beautiful
Sntural stone. You can reach
us @(239)-543-1241
HANDYMAN Willing to do what-
ever you neer1 done: Electri-
cal, carpentry plumbing, etc.
Call 941-626-4222.
HURRICANE DAMAGE
STORMREPAIR &
ROOFING
Free estimates. Quick Results
Call,'941-743-5900
Absolutely Beautiful Concrete
NEED CONCRETE
WE CAN GET THE JOB DONE!
JOHN WEISS CONCRETE
Lic. ,# RB0067072
MEMBER OF VENICE
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
941-650-6540 27 yrs. exp.
KEELE'S CONSTRUCTION
all phases of carpentry &
remodeling
(94I)-445-0940
KLASS CONSTRUCTION &
ROOFING, Lic. & Ins. General
Contractors. Make one call for
all your rebuilding needs.
(954)-295-2604
Lic #CGC1506322
LANAI RESCREENING.
BEST PRICES, FREE ESTI-
MATES CALL NOW!!
(941) 497-1097.
Larry's Handy Hands Service
FREE ESTIMATES!!!
No job to big or small!!!
(941)-429-6572
MOLD Remediation & Drywall
Repair (All textures). Profes-
sional painting, precision tile &
marble work. Call American
Construction experts at 941-
486-1020.


5100 HOME & COMM.
IMPROVE.

MR. HANDY ANDY, Inc
Interior Hm Repairs Cabinets,
Counter tops, Englewood
area. Lic/lns 941-697-9565
Pool Screen enclosuersing
Need a pool cage?
For a free estimate
(941)204-1846. Lic & Ins
Lic# RR282811359
POOL ENCLOSURES &
RESCREENS
Aluma-Tech
Call for FREE Estimates
1-800-524-8052
Lic. #RX0046764
PRO. HOME IMPROVEMENT
Everything under the roof!
Lic./Ans./ Refs. Windows, Sof-
fit, Rescreens, Drywall, car-
ports, lanais (941)504-8158

ATTN. Charlotte &
Sarasota County
Homeowners
WE'RE HERE TO HELP
JERRY
SURGEON, INC.
120 Triple Diamond
Blvd.
Unit A. North Venice/
Nokomis 34275-3641
Specializing in com-
plete
HOME RENOVATIONS
KITCHEN CABINETRY
WATER/STORM
DAMAGE
NO JOB TOO SMALL;
Free estimates.
Lic. & ins.
CL# CBC046729
Call Ed at
941-350-2464

SOFFIT & FASCIA -Availalle
for Installation & Repar.
Immediate opening. All Phase
Aluminum. #RX0052425
(941)751-217S
Soffit-Fascia-Seamleiss gutters
Repairs, Installation. Alum or
vinyl, Minor carpentry. ASK
ABOUT 150' MP#I products
941-447-3555 fCGC062183
THE CARPENTER, cabinetry,
rotted wood, aoors, windows,
counters, soffit, fascia.
#RR0067689. Phil 62-7-0657

5101 HOUSESITTING

GILBERTS HM SERVICES
will check your home


5140 PAINTING/
WALLPAPERING

A MG Services Painting
Residential Commercial
Free estimates. Lic Ins.
(941)-629-0057, 916-5073
BLUE BUCKET PAINT--
ING & POWER WASHING
Int. & Ext. ALSO Tile &
Drywall Repair. FreeEst.
(239)-248-4733 Lic.

Bobs Home Care Painting
In/out Pressure wash-roofing
Repair/Upgrade. Plumb-elec,
wood-tile & Honey Do's TOO'.
Return calls in 24. Free est
References Lic. #3904-7
Happy New Year to customers/
Venice to Deep Cree '
941-496-9131 or 223J941
COQUI PAINTING Corp Press.
clng, res. &, comm. 'ree est.
Span/Engl. Afford Lic.-Ins.
941-429-4063 or F39-2446
INTERIOR & extenor painting.
Reasonable res, quality
work, free estimates. Lic &
Ins. (941)-258883 :
Bryon C. Cemhons Painting,
Inc. Repaint,/new const. Lic &
Ins Free tfs!!! Engl, N.Port,
Venice (9d)-266-5007
Tired ofoutrageous estimates
for yoi painting needs? Serv-
ing tie area since 1987. All
wort warranted call (941)-
351-5634
WALLPAPERING & Painting
Interior & Exterior,
No Job too Big or Small
7 days/wk, Call for free
est. 28 yrs experience in
Venice Area. Jim 492-3748

5165 POOL SERVICES*

POOL DECK EXTENSIONS
Licensed (#AAA0010097) and
insured, free estimates. Call
Kevin at (941) 815-6244.

5185 ROOFING'

/Bill Jones
Roofing
Lic. #RC0046790
Immediate Completion|
clean Cub & Courteous
E c 0 .W


daiy, wMy or miiuy i p
Lic & Ins, 941-830-1068 Happily Accepting
XAII Major Credit CardsJ
5110 LAWN/GARDEN
&TREE A Better Roof,
A Better Price!!!
X TREMENDOUS TREE Hawkeye Roofing Co.
- SERVICE FL State License # for 15 yrs
TREE REMOVAL CCC044037. Many refs avail. No
TREE PRUNNING money down! (941)423-7378
LANDCLEARING A Certified
(941)426-8983 Roofing Contractor
A JAMISON TREE SERVICE Tim J Hutchinson
Complete & Professional Certified State Wide
Will Beat Any Estimate! Specializing in Shingle,
Free Est. 10% Senior Tile, Metal & Flat Roofs
Disc., Lic. & Ins. 24 Hr. Tile, Metal & Flat Roofs
423-0020 or 475-6611 Free Estimates!
Lic. #CCC056374
ALL INCLUSIVE LANDSCAPE Local Port Charlotte Office
SERVICE Weeding, trimming, 941-206-2051
trees, etc, Rets avail.
Venice/Englewood 475-3621 AERO ROOFING
No up-front money. Always a
ALL PRO LAWN CARE' permit. Always clean.
-ALL PRO LAWN CARE
i Now accepting new accts. 1-800-3O-2376
Nokomis,Ven. Island. Lie. & -.
Ins. For exc. lawn care ) AQUA PROOF ROOFING
call 488-4462 All Types of Roofing
Wait Only Weeks!
BROWN'S BUDGET Tree Ser- License #CCC057492
vice. Quality Work, best (727)-527-8309
Prices! 18 yrs. exp. Free esti-
mates. Call Marty, 613-1878 BRUCE HENGST ROOFING
REROOFS & REPAIRS
C. RATES TREE SERVICE. Lic & Ins. Lic# RC29027057
Trees & Shrubs. -Topping, 20 yrs exp. 941-484-9083
Trimming & Removal. Since Cell 941-539-4144
1984. Licensed & Insured.
1 1 c-. ;4:..4e! 4 Campbell Roofing &
Gutters. Free estimates.
Fori,:a Tre & ,'r,urund Mainte- No wait. (239)-368-5598.
nance Inc. For all your tree State Lic. CCC1325510
care needs. Commercial &
Residential. (941)-613-3613 CW's Qualtiy Roofing Inc.
All Roofing & Repairs
GILBERTS HOME SERVICES Lic. #RC-0067086
Lawn care, custom mowing, (941') 423-2899 or 766-8676
Accepting new accounts.
Lic & Ins, 941-830-1068 ENGLEWOOD ROOFING
Re-roofs are our Specialty.
HURRICANE Debris Clean New Roofs & repairs
Up. Tree cutting & Stump Call 474-5487 CCC1325679
removal. Local 26 years. Rea-
sonable pricing. 941-629- GULF & SOUTHERN
0020/Mobile #941-457-3515 CONSTRUCTION CO. INC.
MR. P'S LAWN CARE Specializing in:
Full servicelandscaping Roofing & Renovations.
avail. Commercial & Residen- Serving SW FL over 2 0 yrs
tial. Lic. Free Estimates. (877409-2799 Toll Free
Call NOW. 941-766-1766 or Lic. 0019303
cell 941-815-7526 Lie. CGC1903
PALMMTREE TRIMMING JAMES WEAVER ROOFING
Special New Year Rates! Free Est. Re-roof, shingle,
Now thru Feb 10th new const. 30 yrs. exp.
(941)474-4441 426-8946 #CCC1325995
PARKERS SOD & Services KETTER'S.ROOFING. Serving
Inc- Rip Out-Repair-Install Charlotte Co. 18 years. State
& Delivery, St. Augustine or certified.(941)-815-8633 LLic.
Bahia, Free Estimates. Lic. Ins. CCC1325663.
& Ins. Over 20 years expe- LOCAL ROOFING CONTRAC-
rience serving the local TOR. Same day, Free esti-
area. Call Ben 941-815- mates, Reasonable rates, Lic.
6330 941-629-1280 & insured. No whiting! Call
TREE STAKING now. 941-473-8670
TREE TRIMMING WILLS ROOFING LLC
TREE & STUMP REMOVAL Metal/Shingle/Single Ply
941-637-8506 (863)494-4901, (9411-505-
or 941-628-3496 8454. CCC1326134
SOUTHWEST LAWN State Cert. Roofing Contr.
SERVICE


5130 MOVING/HAULING

GIANGRASSO MOVING
FLA. Mover Reg. No. IM407
426-3095
ONE ITEM OR WHOLE HOUSE
HAYSE FAMILY MOVING
Locally Owned & Operated.
1 Item, House, Storage Etc.'
(941)-505-0567 Lic./Ins.
HAULING, YARD &
CONSTRUCTION WASTE.
Garage Clean Out. Trash.
, FURNITURE-ANYTHING!!
426-6379 OR 914-2249
SKIP'S MOVING 766-1740
Local & Long Dist. 1 item or
whole house. Fla. Movers
Reg. # IM1142 Lic. & Ins


5187 SOFFIT

SMITTY'S, Soffit, Siding,
Facia & Gutters. Free esti-
mates. (941) 286-5283
Licensed & Insured.
SOFFIT & FASCIA REPAIRS'
Installation Aluminum or vinyl
Minor Carpentry & all your
needs. (941) 497-1097

5225 WINDOW
CLEANING

WE DO WINDOWS &
PRESSURE WASHING.
Dennis & Cathy Sullivan.
Res. & Comm. Free Est.
Lic/Ins. 941-661-5281.


MERCHANDISE

F MERCHANDISE

Garage Sales
105 Arcadia
110 Englewood
/120 Lake Suzy
125 Nokomis
130 North Port
135 Pt. Charlotte
140 Punta Gorda
145 Rotonda
150 Sarasota
155 South Venice
160 Venice

6015 Flea Market
6020 Auctions
6025 Arts & Crafts
6027 Dolls
6030 Household Goods
6040. TV/Stereo/Radio
6060 Computer Equip
6065 Clothing/Jewelry
6070 Antiques/
Collectibles
6075 Fruits/Veges
6090 Musical
6095 Medical
6100 Health/Beauty
6110 Trees & Plants
6120 Baby Items
6125 Golf Accessories
6128 Exercise/Fitness
6130 Sporting Goods
6135 Bikes/Trikes
6138 Toys
6140 Photography/
Video
6145 Pool/Spa &
Supplies
6160 Lawn & Garden
6165 Storage Sheds
/Buildings
6170 Building Supplies
6180 Heavy Constr.
Equipment
6190 Tools/Machinery
6220 Office/Business
Equip & Sup.
6225 Rest. Supplies
6230 Pets & Livestock
6250 Appliances
6260 Miscellaneous
6270 Wanted to Buy/
Trade

6020 AUCTIONS


Carpets, Decorative patfiroom
VantliB.Nw ShipentQ Of, Art
Glass Lamps And StiIUnpe
IngOaksst. .

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6030 HOUSEHOLD
GOODS

1 P-iONE CAL
.Brinfgs Florida's-Largest
Corisignlmnt store':
CONSIGNMENT
AMERICA '
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Where We:. -
sPick up your furnilturea
*Price your furniture :.
*Display your furniture
*Cut you a check

CALLUS FOR

941!,47.4977.6?

42" Rd PATIO TABLE, 4 chrs,
exc cond. $195; Pantry cub-

42" round white-washed
pedestal table w/ 4 uphol-
stered chrs. $100.637-0475
6x9, 5x7 &4x6 Sisel & Bam-
boo Area Rugs. Value up to
$229. Must See!! $50-
$100/ea obo (941)-486-1703
7' Sleeper Sofa, 1 Recliner, 2
Lamps $100. Call Evenings
941-627-9902.




Bavaria 7 pc. place settings.
Service for 8. Extra. pieces.
$300, (9411-629-0771
BEAN BAG, burgandy, 5'x4',
heavy duty vinyl, custom
made. $100. (941)-625-2254
BED 1 absolutely practically
new, qn sz, rattan $175/com-
plete. (941)-408-9897


6030 HOUSEHOLD 6030 HOUSEHOLD 6030 HOUSEHOLD
GOODS GOODS GOODS

BED 0 ACHES D. room table 42x72, 1/2 Lanai Set, 9 pc., Sofa Table,
All new Nasa Visco memo- glass w/marble base & 6 par- End Table, Coffee Table. Call
ry foam. Qn sets $360. son chairs $325 625-5789 about other items. (941)-235-
King sets $599. New in Desk, oak, large 2 file draw- 7757 or (941.-661-0652
Can deliver 941-518-4787ranty. ers, and smaller drawer LANAI SET, white, 60"
$150 941-268-1647 glasstop oval table. GC, $75.

siz e set, $90, Twin set, DESK, OAK ROLL TOP, 34"W, (941)-626-4851 Gulf Cove
$90. still In plastic, w/warr. $275. (941)-698-9483 LANAI TABLE White fiber-
Can dellver.941-518-4787 DINETTE SET, 5 pc w/ leaf, glass, seats 6, $100; 4) rat-
BED, I absolute all New oval pedestal table, 2 captain tan swivel bar stools, with neu-
Qn Plush top set $90; King chairs & 2 side chairs, tral upholstered seats $30 ea.
Plush top S50,1 w/warr. $250/obo. (941)-815-0685 Call 941-575-0581
QN PILLOWTOP $120 Still DINETTE SET 5 pc w/leaf LARGE CHAIR with ottoman,
In plastic. 941-518-4787 white w/blone wood & china Beige flowered pattern, made
BED 1 all brand new set cabinet, $400. 941-408-9897 by Capri, excellent condition
QUEEN $80 DINETTE SET, Metal,48" $350. Call 941-505-5055
Plush top. Can Deliver round glass top,4 chairs Leather Sofa & Recling Chair,

(941)-737-7662 w/rollers, $385. 698-9483 Bone, 3 1/2 yrs old, $800
BED 1 brand new Nasa Visco Dinette Set w/ 4 chairs, It (863)-884-9787
memory foam, qn, $350; wood, 42" round w/hidden leaf, LIVING ROOM SET, rattan
King $619 still in plastic seats 6, $225 (T41)497-2853 couch & love seat, matching
w/warranty. (9411-737-7662 DINGIN TABLE 42" Glasstop chair & 3 glass top tables,
BED 3 pc. king Pillowtop set, 4 yellow print chairs, whit- $375. exc. cond. 505-1724
All brand new $175. wash, like new, top' quality. LIVING ROOM SET, Sofa w/ 2
Can Deliver $450. 2 Barstools, $15 ea. oversized chairs, neutral col-
(941)-737-7662 (941)-423-9965 ors. Excellent Condition
BED KING PLUSH TOP NEW DINING ROOM glass top table, $700. obo (941)-875-5017
NEW WITH WARRANTY. $150. 42x70, washed oak, 6 uphol.
CAN DELIVER neutral chairs. New pd $1100 Living room set. Sofa, love
(941)-737-7662 Exc. cond. $325.941497-6769 seat, chair. Kitchen table & 4
BED, MURPHY, custom built, DINING ROOM SET, rattan, 6274945.
Qn size. Raised panel doors, $400; Call 941-629-6285
lights, retractable headboard. LIVING ROOM SET: Sofa, love
Delvd & installed $1,295 DINING ROOM Set, Stanley, Lt. seat, ottoman, chair, pastel
(941)-497-2613 oak with glass inserts, table leather, $850. 941-505-0007
66x44, extra leaf, 6 uphol-
BED, QUEEN, Complete, Very steered chairs, buffet, mirror LOVE SEAT & SOFA, Taupe
good cond. Cherry HB, $175. $500. Cocktail 'table, sofa leather, $350; Tables: 2'
941488-1164 table, brass/glass $100 ea. 2 end, 1 coffee, $100. 941-
Bed Queen w/Headboard, oak bookcase units $100 ea. 505-0007
Triple Dresser w/Mirror, 6 Call 941-769-3158 LOVE SEATS (2) Contempo-
mos. old. $550, (941)-235- DINING ROOM SET- light wood rary, pillow back, fully uphol:
0844 w/6 uphol chairs, hutch & buf- stered in a blue/mauve fabric,
BEDSET qn 5 mths old, comply fet server. NICE. $500. $175 ea. coordinating swivel
w/ hdbr, tr dress w/mir 2 night (941)-492-6373 rockers (2) $75 ea. Call 941-
stands, $275. (941)408-9897 Dining set,Broyhill, 6 chairs & 575-0581
BED, A BRAND NEW leaf. $199. 941-474-0725 LOVESEATS- MATCHING pair,
QUEEN, Extra thick, Luxury floral fabric, like new.
Pillowtop'set, still in plastic DINING TABLE Rattan w/4o ea. (94697-1499
$320. 941-240-0175 P.C swivel chairs $300; COUCH $250/ea. (941-697-1499
Bd, Sa Ptu d like new $350 (941)493-6872 MATTRESS 1 Full size set,
Queen mattress with box DINING table, rectangle w/ 2 $90; QN & KG PLUSHTOP
spring. (Still in plastic.) Cost 18", leaves, 8 chairs, nice, sets, $95 OR $160 new in
$1100, will sell $199. Call $600. (941)-639-2730 plastic. 941-518-4787
anytime (941) 456-5555 or DINING ROOM table, 6 chairs, MATTRESS BONANZA
575-8363" 70x41 with leaf, 2 piece light- New Beds, barely used & returns.
Bed, King mattress w/ ed hutch, buffet server, $700.Tw. $30-$99. All other szs. $50-
boxsprings Sealy Posture- Call 941-625-3859 $199. 941423-3200
pedic. Still in plastic, Cost Diningroom Set, Ethan Allen, MISC. HOUSEHOLD Furniture:
$1400,. will sell $299. Call (Maple) Table w/2-leafs, 4 Fridge, washing machine, bed-
anytime (941)-456-5555 or Chairs & Hutch. Good condi- room set. Call Bill 941-204-
575-8363 tion. $800 (9411-637-5854 5230 or 941-624-4153
BEDROOM set, 3 pc, match- c MOVING SALE: Bedroom set,
ing, double dresser w/ mirror. I er, solid wood, 8 pieces
2 drawer nite stand, Qn i Th, ~l l i :,tereo spearl, Lkeers, Tieck-
w/ matt & box spr'nws. A.IlCtl .Ia)CU. S, '' .t0iereo speakers, Teck-
w/ matt. .3..- & box springs, i. u *' ,,. irge $50 pr; coffee
$200/obo. (9411627-973 'i r rg $50p
$ o 4 7 x',ie oak & glass, $60; Call
BEDROOM SET, 3-pc, S400 4.6 'l f..2 941 L'5.4081
L Set, 7 pc, 500; C tlertll, ncitBak MOVING SALE, King Size
changing table $250. A le. C taiv-Bt'C,:(thLn'. edr,,,',m1 set, Off-White Cane,
cond. Negot. (941)46045030 eabhet, AlA0. c'fti 'i, King Size set Tan Wick-
BEDROOM SET, dreUser s .'f.14 le.qele5.Con-' r G. 500, 4 Bar Stools
w/mirror, chest, nightsland, tBt.9'Ph2'sedNw -t20r0um all, 2 Leather Swivel
qn hd & ftbrd w/or 'v .jut .'At.daco-lH Fur n '.ir.:, Green w/Ottomans;,
matt. set. $300. 505 1 .42 R $1,5 ..,. '$ ;9 TnLrr Sectional
BEDROOM SET OAK, Kil'j, ':(941),629-129.- Lr,,- Seat $1,000 & misc.s
SIZE, 2 PIERS & BRIDGE (941-294705 or (618) 609-
DRESE / MIRSr CRIsTe, DINNING ROOM set incl. hutch 2234 Cell.
a3000 SELL $5001 $300. table & 6 chairs, $100.
$3000 941 050 entertainment center $300. MOVING SALE! Furniture,
(941429-5353 'leather sofa, $200. coffee & lamps, riding mower & more!
BEDROOM SET, QUEEN size end tables $150., (941)-743- (9411-286-7106
modern, off white. $395. 941-2091 after 5pm6
426-3349 2Displayed but never.. used Ne
Bedroom Set w/King Size Model Home Furniture Cd2lafs 6 A
Bed, $300, (9411-626-1515 4-PC B/R set, $299
BEDS (2) TWIN, complete, sofa & love seat 399 Enter yourclassified adonline
with bedding, large dresser, queen bed sets, $199 and pay with your credit card.
mirror, nightstand, nice, full bed sets, $159; twin bed Its fast, easy, and convenient.
$400. Call 941-624-5986. sets, $129; Daybed corn- Go to sun-herald.com/classi-
plete w/2 inner spring fields.
Blonde, 9 drawer dresser w matts, link, & pop-up, $299. Fast Convenient Easy
rr,,rors & headboard like n'ew Can deliver 485-4099 Sun-Herald.com/classifieds
Z9IO0. 941-637-0475
B1e0o 941rot9 iu d D Entertainment center black & (Visa or Mastercard)
BreaKfront includes Desk, gray, 56X61X20, TV opening CT v
open shelves & curved glass. 36x31x20, good condition SU.N.4 -
Ivory enamel w/ brass trim. $60. Call 941-255-9213
S401. (941Y-627-6324El st,2
BUIK BEDS metal, ENTERTAINMENT CENTER, NT ong chyo .tms w
IJob Ch.., iBE na Hutc Hod $3ooker 3 pc oak, 100"x76"hn ", 3 "
SInu/obp; China Hutch qo.l-Rqygy76 '
SIu/obo; 2 Black book $1950. 941-698-9483 .
shelves $35 941429-5013 ENTERTAINMENT CENTER Oak Butcher Block Table
Bi.... tab n.atal 1 Light finish w/ glass doors, pads, 2 leafs, chairs, 6 chairs, $325
BUrk BEDS- natural wood, 1 $150. (941-627-6324 Top of the line Queen Futon
yr. old, desk, bookshelves & 0 Bed $165 (941)-412-3590
drawers, include -both matt ENTERTAINMENT CENTER -
As ing $500. (941-473-0359 white wicker, 42wx82h, very Off white loose pillowback
CARPET DEALER left w/many nice. $490. (941-697-1499 couch and sofa. Like brand
Slnew $399 for both South-
Isi quality carpets. We will ENTERTAINMENT CENTER wes ru$ 8 x 10o Beautiful
inmsall any 3 rooms up to 379 With 2 lighted side cabinets, e Wll ms, cell c onh ifa
SF, for $369. 941-629-9750 Broyhill light oak, $600. 27 and rug together' for $500
CARPETING, berber, beige, Zenith TV $50. 941-505-0007 Call 9414294780.
like new, 12'xlO' & 9'x9' Entertainment Ctr., 46"W x Patio set glass table to,
$130/both. (941)-488-6680 59"H. off white, laminate, sj,
CHIrIA & HUTCH. Marje. glass doors on top, doors on chairs $400. 1.5 sp. bike,

2 Ladder bad ,:ane chairs 5567 '
..>l. ea maple ,:ei .13'W Floral sofa bed $150, lamps Patio Set, High top glass tbl '
malchng 30 W creder,:a by $18 each, stands $30 each, 2 w/4 chairs. Asking $75
Elhn Aier,. S30 ea Call 941- green swivel chairs $50 ea., (941)468-5982
i;.0581 dining room table, 4 chiars & PATIO/DINING SET- table & 4
COFFEE TABLE. Fle. ieel hutch $300, large mirror $60, chairs, $60. Good cond.
n,elai w 35" sQuare gins, kitchen table, 4 chairs $165, (941)492-6700
r.I. S3 0 941.695'483 original paintings 1/2 price.
941-475-9499 PATIO/LANAI 8pc set, 2
(.orr..F- ,iieP,,:,, FORMAL SOFA, (off-white) exc lounge chairs, ottomans w/
,^ uomBa:r,,, condo. $325; Dresser, mir cushions, 3 tables & lamp
:.700 Twiti manrH;,i irarl, nt std, $175 (941)-493-2505
w der,rer r ,lng. .lO0. FUTON & FRAME Queen Anne' style antique
1941- 204 Oin7 SOFA BY DAY sofa, Rose & Light Blue, ask-
CONVERTIBLE SOFA, queen, BED BY NIGHT ing $200. Call 941-235-0397
very good condition, $250; $1.99. 485-4099 Rattan Wicker Sleeper Sofa,
dinette table, 4 chairs, $100. FUTON Bunk Bed Combo, Chairs, glass tables, lamps,
Call 941-629-7725 white Metal with HD Futon $299, Maple Rocker $25, Futon
Corner Chine cabinets (2), Cushion (needs new covr). $99 (941)4264065 1v mess
very unique. $200 each. 941- $100. Call 740-6759 RECLINER, oversized chairs
473-4631 GRANDFATHER CLOCK by Rattan end tables & coffee
Couch & Love Seat, exc. Cornwell. keeps good time & table, lamps, excellent condi-
cond., beige & cream, must chimes, 6', $200. tion $160. 941-505-2939


be seen, $250/obo, (941). (941)-488-1505 RECLINERS (2) La-Z-Boy, 2
625-1162 Ethan Allen swivel/rocker
COUCH & love seat w/ paint- wingback chairs, 2 octagon
ings & ceramics, mauve's & end tables. All in very good
tan, $100. (941)-639-2503 cond. & reasonable.
COUCH (Sleeper) & LOVE Remodeling (941)-485-4053
SEAT, end tables & coffee RECLINERS (2)leather
table $350/obo (941)4880990 King Headboard, 2 Chests, 2 COUNTRY BLUE, $150/EA.
COUH cuo Nighstands, Dresser w/Mirror, UE(941-423-3838 A.
COUCH -custom made, Victo- $400, 2 Armchairs, Light (941)423-3838
rian, floral, 3 cushion, like new Wood, Pastel Stripe, **A
$395/obo 941-474-4227 $30/both. Chest, White. 3-
COUCH, beige & tan, good Drawer $25, 1 Twin Electric [71 IT OUT!
Cond. $20., Rocker, FREE if Bed $100, Queen Green Use the andy 0 In Our New
i you buy the couch. (941)-235- Wrought Iron Frame & Mat- improved Garage Sale Ads To
1712 tress $250, (941)-743-0463 Mark The Locations You Want
Crib, White & bumpers, $60. KITCHEN set, 48" round glass To Check Out For Great Bar-
- 5 asst. sizes crystal glasses, table, 4 cushioned roller gains.
8 ea. $100, (941)-629-0771 chairs, $300/obo. 235-1710 ***


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6030 HOUSEHOLD 6030 HOUSEHOLD 6070 ANTIQUES 6125 GOLF
GOODS GOODS COLLECTIBLES ACCESSORIES

Refrigerator, Jen-Air $250; Twin bedding, 2 complete 12 Madam Alexander Dolls, Ladies Taylormade. 1st gener- F
Jen-Air dishwasher $100; 2 sets, seashell design. $70; Mint condition, $30/ea., ation Bubble Shaft woods, 1, !
La-Z-Boy swivel rockers $50 28" table lamp $15. All new (941)-625-3395 3, 5, 7,' good. $800. new, ,
ea; 3 cushioned sofa $150; condition. Call 941-637-9792. GANNON'S ANTIQUES now $480. Prices firm, (941)- L
family room end table $40; VANITY, Victorian style, Cherry GRAND OPENING 575-7886 .
kitchen table & 4 swivel rock- wood, 3 mirrors, marble top 65 DEALERS Lefties, 3 Beautiful left hand F
er chairs $500; 2 living room six drawers, and seat, $700, 16521 S. Tamiami drivers. Like new condition.
end tables, glass top $50 ea; exc. cond. 941-625-9831 Fort Myers 239-489-2211 Callaway Big Berthas. Choice'
4'4" table partial glass top
$40; 2 blond nightstands $75 WINDOW TREATMENTS / Rare Queen Ann Tea table, $69/ ea. (941)-627-2297
ea; round patio table 4 swivel VALANCES, 3x7, 3x14, 2x10, made in Conn. River Valley late Man's 'Stiletto woods. 9
rocker chairs $400; bed pastel colors, $100 ea. 941- 1770's. Exc. condition. degree driver, 13 degree 3,
queen, triple dresser, night- 505-0007 $6,500/OBO.941-474-1791 and 5. Peerless graphite
stand, 5 drawer chest, mat- Collector will buy all shafts *(R). Excellent. $600. I
tress & box spring $500; 6040TV/STEREO/RADIO old coins. new; now $200. firm. (941)-I
exercise bike $75; Call 941- (941)-485-2590 575-7886 E
639-7532 21' CONSOLE RCA color 5I
track, remote control, like I BUY WW I 1I, helmets, MEN'S King Cobra Titanium '
RUG- Baghdad Oriental made new. $75 (941) 575-4845. insignia, knives, patches, oversize offset, 10.5, fiber-
in Belgium, pure wool,. 32" TOSHIBA TV w/ Black etc. etc. (941)-624-6706 glass regular shaft. $75.
8.5x11, tan/blk/gold/blue entertainment center, glass (941-255-5712
$250. (941)488-1505 doors, 47"H x 60"L x 20" D,. 6090 MUSICAL New set of GX-2 Irons, 3-PW,
RUGS: ORIENTAL, pastel col- Excellent Condition. $400. Beautiful still in box. Come
ors, 4x6, $45; 6x9 $100. Call (941)-235-2378 1998 ESTEY: ORGAlI by see $195, (941)-627-2297 -
941-505-0007 32" ZENITH, table model Columbia. Roll top. Mint Cond.
SECTIONAL, Leather incl. w/remote control, good cond. Paid $10,000. Iut will negoti-
Hide-a-bed & Recliner: Like $180 (941)473-2167 ate. Need to sell. $1000.
New! $450. (941)-639-8485 46" TV, MITSUBISCHI, Rear obo(239)-265-1675
Sectional Sofa (3pc)-Soft projection, color, great condi- Al MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
Colors-Exc. cond tion, walnut and black cabinet "JACK'S PLACE"
$450. 764-1530/276-3257 with 2 remotes, $495. Call Sun Flea Market-Fri/Sat/Sun
941-639-5744 Res. 627-1886 after 7p.m:.
SECTIONAL SOFA,. Natuzzi Lrg. Variety Of Instruments 4- SARA
3pc blush leather, $850. RCA 32" HT, PIP, Twin tuner & Lrg.
941-698-9483 guide plus $150, Sanyo 25" ANTIQUE PIANO. CIPC 1892. 0 rey
$75 (941)4934105 FIRST-$299 CASH TAE:, T" \
Singer Sewing machine, Vin- Call 941-235-6--9 arel
tage, in cabinet w/ bench, Slort Wav FectiveCr ,
$275. 941474-0692 aft 5p rla.tioril ICi 173 .:r'.a 1951 CLARANET, HALT ,I 'I:,l-. 125 \
ri pri lirne. t.ut r,.ne .rmpl giate, silver all ,etral .,er, \ \ ,
Sleeper sofa, love seat, ih,i wI,ri, well ':, 6'a good condition l r ,:,,:,, komi
blue/beige/maroon $250; p,cha[ '1941 6'19 4. marching band "i-.irjTir,
glass top coffee table $30; $195.Call 160
dining tale W leaf. 6 leather ILCECH.iI'S F i'iU, .i H. $9 Call \ 4ve\
chairs, be.e 'i300 obo. All Tp-ir rI,'f ,urr',e uLi"d Cordovox/Accord-r o pe- "
exc. cond. Call 941-764-0468 spkrs, l-.finiir., I-LH 1_IW Ii, i | i 1 .
141) o :... l94 l 61 i.. .. .. ,!.,o ,:,[, *94
Sleeper ;rl, queen .size, ,- c .r S' Tr.
dartl blue good condition! TI M I .i. H i i r rai.n iagr
$125 1941l-6' .12 33 i. 't... iri iJ,, p,r..i,: p .1,n :.1
Sleeper Sofa-Qn, solid biege,:- 4 traliacil 1:
excellent condition!! Yamaha Home Theatre 5453.
$175 (941-966-6208 Receiver. 1,IJTAP, jA.MilE moel i
Dolby Digital .7.1, 100 T. rrraie e ciad
SieerierS,:,I.a L:.vie .a tlue an i r.:. rrnei Paid ,1 00 -. -
loral ,c Mir:r .: ,cI plan e. r 'I.i W.rl p' r I ,.l t:I P "
Monrl I':r '!.SI .1| In ;-9. V209' :!,9 irm lriiiTAi Cl,i'. A,:. :.:,U:,i.-
2"5 9 -Ji. : "'.. V'l.i .: :or ,1 v .
SOFA Lv;E !EPT, blue _,ii- TV V46 5F .1 hiA A4 '-4-4 T-.
beige &. mauve la ,rn: $350. ?2TV i 75 i -l i94 6 2 HAMMOND. OP';GAI w tl-
FGiC 941-575-315. Leslie, 2 e-y,.-..r.rd., -peal:
SOFA & L,-v-i ..ai -;-. Ir 6060 COMPUTER .iruriri ,ir w ,ercnrh Mul;ic:
ccnr. 4-I Light i u't. EQUIPMENT i,,r ,, u:, ver, g'ood
$10 ." gl drc. _i]- ..:_J 3_14 cond. Model J212 ,2,,': oJt:"
'S.ia .& Io-ve;ea flr. li r arn 1I l' ',,cT,a. T ,tor a tuit (941)-L 9 -
52-0 ea,-., h, r er ic-r ,'" -rcnr ,ri.ni? C.pe al er ;. I CiR',jAfI, Lowr,- e:hliv'- V
941-697-8657 .. 'board ,inuce E:. crii,.- Magic Genie. Wa. iut l.r, .
OFA, i er, le; I r bench. Exc. cond $300. 105 ARCADIA AREA
nSO 1 'S. ah.lli; '" 'ICI,
ot.o i194i~ 24-44. 1i lud-rnt: e mr,il. irlerni FIAlOi .. l-ten,:h :irr i.11,
.. I : .' ] I 94 1 6 6". ,-.
SOFA SLEEFE L.ve.e.al- 41-69., Dave Ior '4i41 '9-2ah 5 Biil AFD E SAT & '-51lJ
pa -.lel lor'l ,i E.,,ellerni 8 I0'3:" ',VV Hamp.hire Ft
cond Ir I1l. 9- -4.C.- n .l Prm',Tr prole.rnal in-h,,uv PIANO Hobart ca.l pin-i ,g-," 3 am.4pm Fu
Computer repair, inrstructirn brchw,>d, :..Sd cond., S-n[n r .
ISiFA w cilliowp 1.0'. Upgcd, Da'. Eve; WVnd.i .$.3i|)40 i 93l6-. 3- 26 ioa
cream color. E..: :C .ri, id ,iFMPA Fil 710CiMH P SA' FHOL. A I. EI I Dla1e a rd Sale Satur-
5300. TABLES. pr Ip ,,I:i r :I- H -lv1liJ i ,iED- more InianaHr '-. vilAf, ni ri 7E .1A .,- J,1r rh e a,-,2 .m
Si c4.' S "iii I,,r .all I,:, ur. ri1 r. 1 .- 1 _"6 rd-ana p 1s viiae ri 7n-. ,-A W i ,rli,, .Ave Frllcm,
&cPne damage. '-4 i : 5 -. -- pds. sliver with gold-ittrim, nr, -
C ATmlu. -er, '"Compaq, tower, $4-l. 9.41 .5c 99 'T1'M.... CAT MP
Sola *OnL teo, t.erlap nmatern mnirneor, prriler ,oliCe. ,r ,lIr MA .ar, exc. A .4
at. I -beSe. II G' 1',.194 ]4-405 l ij'' exc. SW Aviary Rd Sunny.
$3501941 .- -5464 ... cond .$150 ea. (9411-629- b-ep-.e 'o Courie Hou-e.
SOFA- CHEILLE r iMPuTE D 51 hold lmsr gla.ware. cloth-
oversrulied w pill:,w' t,, t aly 19 i- I WANTEL Vli- Buing d & n Irru
$350, overized iT al hir g vi inl.)ge violin Bu'er5 Irom -I .AT Irom ;; ll 15
chair, "$150,. ovced .'hair in IM TFL Ijti rS, '. 4 r ,. Hgtl6.:,i prices. I_|",E Maple Driive. HUE 3
walnut brown With nri i ead rtn iir A rullihi)ul -:heii, SOLD id 44 lt' I II l amilyady yid Sai1 n,:uehold
Robb I1 Sruc.:ky. S li, 3 pc I laq Ir iernetl ,c :rpuer A ,e-,is, oecor, adult and chi.
dark wood ornee r :.lo untor. TiCIe. keyboard, in 6095 MEDICAL iren iljlbitip Ibrand r.name)
age draw & 2 mail.;r en br,, .- C1..' I) 5,.5-093 io)1J ,, lurciiture and r Much
tables. 5200., gl.a-, -agere. C,:.T pulir lable very rice CRAFTMATIC Adiuia-.bli, ted m.or,'
$25. Tit1any -tile .aTp.; & ,:r ,ri .0. -1 4 41c 73-4631 wtlh adilu ltii'e rail-.. 4.401)i r, .ale De.,|,'| Village Hwv
enrtaIvsases. ,llnr, prlle-r,I cn,-or
dtrion (941)-42.98- DELL DESK COMPUTER 0obc. wheel, tir1 .1, waltl -' -a I 2` 8arnm2prm lurr
PKG. LOADED. WORKS 5 C: all 941.4-s1.1 in Inrri manreis IC :.
SOFA- FLRIDA 'S-4,:. 2 GREAT! Pent IIIl, ?' mrnorir Elect.rc power paieri iirter spring., sewng nmach vi
chairs, $25 ea ro.: er ie:clin- HP 388> Printer caccier Like new IA ew :oi :i.I 2,500 Iwur clicthe .:ralts mis.
er, S50; dresser mrrr SIO: .. cost iS3000$ S2. As ing 5900 941460-0114 ,ar,:1 .iale i nur- Fr Sat.
suitcase., $10; Weber grill 941-380-3674/,460-0808 HA CT r, e '
$10; Irg ,ial while g ia : Iop H rd U All A HAcI C N ell 2 .bra F.,- I :i,- Shad-, t r-leI m. e
cotee Itbl St. tar' Laptop Hardly U-ed AI All a.:h. ^c 1 601-Ei -I spm .: lk.: le r.:llhe
chair. $10 ('341-t4 O5105. rnen1s ':.& Cje.0 ol. 63'.714 TI.. laurn
SOFA- WHITE DAMASK. 3350: LARGE Roll-Top Computer scootPRIDE JAZZY power chair, 110 ENGLEWOOD
Cohee table & ? e rcables. Desk, wood not particle ooi. ell I mSi4o 19l)- AREA
S700, DRrBAR, S3-. boar- new collition,1 9411-
EVER',HII-IG LIKE [IEW board new condition' 47-5. L. avail .li31
I94.1492.9170r ii '6 compare at S1,500. CARE'S Big Sale
.2, .4 Includes wood roll-around Fri-. 3 hez hui or II 'Bi
Sla,, 1.2). end ablee, des desk chair, S650 obo. iir vutdor .Erorirnmenal W.a
& more 19'411-4i6- 8'53 SOLD cor:1d. 250 41 .5G iu S EI 776 tullreaT
TABLE OVAL glasi w 6 wiCl. WALKERS. 2 wh-eel., l5 3 1-41l1-697.?,00
er chairs, antique whire. 6065 CLOTHING/ w whl ee0 4 $w9eel. i l| .AT, AM 30,PM
$200 (94164 -:, .i3 JEWELRY Hosplial ted marn[ '15 Over -1-.25 S.Aland .j lo
Tables 36 Rou-idi marble 1 bebd Ible P. ,63 n,:nra berweern ilti
coMee table J.35.ii -:L ,I .a r re THAr i l e, Wa 'ers Iljine I n.w i53 1 irej pnna, p nriaerl
gor, end table wv- ic .,r. -, 311 3 l lr)h wer m..a-i a, e i 52' . I. .eeI: ,-.rn e r IRI, 9:4p
m 941 i -.r- l SC e peciall; ,.i e Icir all ',ur .311 n .w.i i .i 21,m
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C4T. r. 6100 HEALTH/BEAUTY "AFAMI,, AL' V .


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THE SUN
PUNTA GORDA
OFFICE

NOW OPEN FOR
BUSINESS

NEW LOCATION

331 SULLIVAN ST
(Green 2-story
house, 1st fl, Cor-
ner of W. Virginia
Ave. and Sullivan)

BUSINESS HOURS

Monday Friday

7 a.m. 1 p.m.
2 p.m. 4 p.m.

(941) 205-1000

rundle bed & act: Il 5. Blue
uphol sturdy chair $40. Both
good condition. 941-697-
4601 -
Tub Chairs, -2 Green S.wivel.
Leather, EAc. cond.
$100 both, (941)-637-6964 .
TV Stand, solid wood, holds
27" TV, $125 (941)-408-1963
Two-seat spa for sale. $2500
OBO. 941-627-4945.


I ITERESTED, IlI iiilriG
GErNIE'S GEM CLUB. DElail
'-4 i 4-6.2 46'- 2 -1 Ari-i rtrd'g
mia.h. let p1 ring Or :cali l t.al.
MIll' jACr'ET, It t.r,w-n .-.ad.
o ',;e 7 -10. Irigh length.
worn t.', Mrint ,:n: F'ai. l
5 2 :i). Sell $3. 9 t1 ,:'
(94 1-356.-5.50I .
WEDDIIJG D1FESS, ie i 10.
t.eauliul, Ivor) .& train :.350
94142 6 23i49

6070 ANTIQUES
COLLECTIBLES
Arn ldue walnut drop leal table
115. ? drawer dresser se ..

ANTIQUES WANTED
China, Glassware,
Furniture, Sterling
Silver and Most Items
Over 50 Yrs. Old.
Call Pete 475-6694 or
429-1139
BUYING AnInucues, col.
lentibies:,. china. glassware,
-lerling. paintings, lurniture.
wat,:res., jewelry. po-At card:;
I BUY ESTATES
(941)-575-8685
CLASSIC COIN CO.
BUYING ALL COINS
2265 TamiaTi Trail, PC.
:.all And' (1941 629 1508
ANTIQUE Empire Period Sola.,
11,' w'od newly uptoistereid,
e..c or SI5 0' (41)1-48".
'755 or t9411.46'-3600
ALWAYS BUYING CHINA
Antiques, Paintings, Silver
New England Antiques
(941) 639 -9338


' ,' it' PJbter M-anl.,ri ua.iied
lIr training in hia lh,- are
5 al 1 119 ll 'i'? ,9'.?

6110 TREES & PLANTS
VIBURIF:ULM. EULGENIIA g:iod
Icr pruva,: h, d e Pe' i:,riable
prin-e.; Free:- ,:Ir,, 9 .ent:.
per 0 t1 'Q4-t-4S. 7291l
VEltll E

6120 BABY ITEMS

AITII',LIE HI CHAIR LlCe new
:.,-In. Gralt Ior grandma s.
$40. 194119.-196-528

6125 GOLF
ACCESSORIES

(2) BLACK Golf club bags
-never used $75 /both. Call
941 .5054R.0
2001 Clutb iar while side
.urtain-". wndi.hielij 48 oll.
.:.all t941.61.5157
A NEW 'EAR DEAL 20(101 EZ
iOi with .:. & charger
SI .9 [aa iGull Carl: il pI
Charlotte. (941 i-,25 ~7 9
CLUB CAR 2002 w lop &
windshield, 41 voll t e new,
S2350 i94i)-629.51S
E, GO goll .'art -,c. cond.
2005 tan, many extras.
9411 .21- -83
GLF BALLS. UIED NOT
ABUSED. 4 jocenr 510.
(9411i-4 '8-90'O 9
GOLF CLUES Dunlap. Fuzzy
Zoeler COverizcd-irons, com-rn
plete w/ bag $75. 488-9069


"i-Fn r j.l -e'^i30AM2P.
I/ r.irl-allrt,.en r,,l l !e..-l a1

L i .: I,- 1'r. uniti i rd e
Tare FIaida Rd urn ont,:
Garp:arilIa BIv a31 the Wild.
lloi: er i. i i ier, llIe llr;.[
IhrtIe ine s or Ihe arl 'ale.
D Fr, i l., i c1JAM il"',
TaIjjger Lrane. rJeghb:r.
ho'd ,al-e M rer ,ard :,:.s
comiTiulcer del',. 'ug '.age
ihirig h, ear diSheri, SIcI.age
cabineric household itrmn,
FFI SAT, 9AM-4F'PM
'7191 SPINNAKER BLVD.
'Furny dinetLe Let, la3re ;
ladies clrolhing, 4 urhol ,.hairs
on ca slor:, & MISC
-iFRI'. SAM.5PM. 52 D0
Il'em,..on Lane (Gull
Cove oln ol Davidl Hide a bed.
ChairS, tols. bnoal tparl, lawn
shredder lots ol0 mis
4 FRIDAY, 8-1
S 401 Eden Dr.
Englewood Isles A MIill
STATE SALE Lots ol
antiques collecblies Sale
conducted by B. Moyer-
man (941)-475-6273
D SAT & SUN. 8-4
I- c5 Manaol.a 'Vey Rd
ESTATE SALE' household.
c6py mach, boat equip & tools
-D SAT 8AM-2PM
1360 Beach Rd.
LoI ,:-i great High Lualty
Slutn Bat, clothes .5 ted
d'iig lurn, hrnu eho.ld, el,:
Sai S Surn. 9AM.Ii"
I 1 -156 Sanderlinrg Lr
IH,.hday Esiates. 1111 HUIGE
ARTS & CRAFTS CLOSEOUT!!
941-473-3949 ,


6125 GOLF
ACCESSORIES

PING 13 Blue dot, 3 to PW,
$375. Firm. (941)-613-3667
PING DRIVER, FORGED Ti SI-3,
LIKE NEW, REGULAR FLEX
$125. CALL 941-627-4832.
ROAD RUNNER, elec. golf cart,
battery& charger, $275. 624-
4615 -

6128
EXERCISE/FITNESS

BUYING' USEQ Treadmills,
E Ar,.,s,- hi e r, 'weight equip.
Play It Aga;rn por-d US41
South ci Miwa3y 255 1378
Life Fitness Stair Climber.
very gdcond.$1.500/new.
$250/bo. 941-743-4911.
OLYMPIC 300LB Total weight.
$250. 941-626-7363. North
Port


SOTA COUNTY DESOTO COUNTY
S105 Arcadia Area
110 Englewood Area
105 120 Lake Suizy Area
70 Ari / 125 Nokomis Osprey Area
70.Arcadia 130 North Port Area
135 Port C-harlone- Area
140 Punta Gorda Are-.a
145 Rolonda Area
S1 ,1i 5 Sarasoia Ares
e. 155 South Venice Area
pnler Rd 160 Venice Area
So. Venice 130 / To place yvar ad call:
,41",____.--North Port .'
V ^ N Arcadia
S\ MurdockDe / 494-7733

.\ 10 ,lobean .-1 Creek / / Charlotte
\ i r11 \ 11 ,"1' \ / 13
EngI.eod Gul / CHARLOTTE COUNTY 206-1200
\ 76-- -,e Englewood
\7: 145 \ P.una \ 475-2200
R otonda Gorda
West 40. Venice/North Port
S\ 207-1200

Grande Placida 41 \ FREE GARAGE a
Burni ore WIHNYA SALE SIGN
S Burnt tore WITH ANY AD .


110 ENGLEWOOD 130 NORTH PORT,
AREA
F-SAT 7AM -3PM :AT only, 8.pirri.
i494 Pos:etud ,:ir. 1771 I 83 3 Weidmar, Ave ,:,i
IC Ingrali ,: R'c..cebudl South Sallord Furri. household,
Cult Cove MOVINGi SALE' Clolthe-., li; :. much mrrore6
al, amn. Ipmrr, 1475. I SAT OiUlL .-r.cn 4,)'2
Famin'g Or Ion '"6 by I HohP L,. .ll Sallard
Oay', Inn)r GIAIIT 1100'0F: Erinterairenie l ,enrier. at.v
FLEA MKT, H.l,day Travel Farl --bed 'los t. ids slun
-Sal SAM 3PM. 6400 THURS. FPI SAT 85 2 FAMILi
HaI n Mer Drive loh 776 6017 Abigail oft IJ.P Blvd
benn.d Blue Dolphin Carw3shi Fuiniure-ians gl..ihtsiehold
.Saturday, SAM-IPM, LOT '.F C.ODlESC
I I 70i Indiana Av.
.HPRIST LLITHERAI I (H.(H 135 PORT CHARLOTTE
Al IUAL PIUMMAiAE SALE AREA
L-rThurs Fu, .' Sat, 'IAM
'M. 6 1 E l. '.a bt.urr, t ifr r l r 1
MOVlIC SALE leep[ s,:la 2 I1.3 PaFn(hne Di, Deep
mn la h lrng ,:hair.L c 13.ss 1o Creeil Hugh Sale' lic:hen 'le
drnng :el, 6 pari.orn chairs I,-:,,:.. gu-P ar, Much More'
glas cOhff.. 2 end table.. FR 'I. SAT IAM.cIm Mijililam-
*.hrp vac, chest l2er &mC, rr r-. .)3A, ':,.':, Turnbiull Av.
WED SAT- .5 )1n Iorrngto,,r. HcuSew.arel;
7"360 W,-orlhington Terr tools; ladies Harley clothing;
Englewoud Ea.;i MOvilC. lighthouses; misc. bargains
EVEF:,THll- MUSIJT GOi" galore
i Fr al -. 3
125 NOKOMIS/OSPREY L_ -r,1'Ter .t. Furr,
AREA anR EAque; e' t'e wei',hr
terich w *.ira .,ai gl !:h toi,
F .PI AT- U. Iu :p bp,1 i. beddh ln disre.i
L i ]Ii ,ll r clolthri'. lur 3 :., r: i e
Furr,lure beddirg, rnoue "rrlmrt ,-I "h,:,,da de.:
warei ladi'e5 Jllhirg '1 ,',l m. ;r
Fli F i AM -l 'oy? i' r,1 r I i & ,AT ;.r .3'mc"
I w 3a, .11.cl',I o-,r,,3 3u,'i I 1 '- : re;rvi ,- I-- t 'ulh
Vistal IV 2. t,,al :ucPcle.. 2 IF3mil, g arja e le Loti 01
doOr 3 wa,' iri leveling lujrrnlue piclure', le ,:r.,r,,:.
la.:;, oulboard m:,lors, bldg. col ler et.:.
iTalerials 2 .T cecirl A i, RI 5 AT arn. ,
nre. wel ile '. i autj a ) : 11170 1 .i Hara Dr Z;
.:.:mprei-., r, hil:rhe dehu i FAMILii HouC eholj old o, :,
rrnidii'er *vrdoK a ., ,:ar.31 : r ..rat al ,- lue .
huup l1,:I'ld, ariau- T.iTntlec S i.ninrir, mall Iridgp .5. riorP
,:l ., m Ju : i .:. r:.''.. '00
bayirer 26'1/0, 50 gal solar -FFI & SAT. amn
wtr heater L 2 '396 De ree Bljd
C.,-leI bible hOusr,:,ld, vin.
-FPI SAT 8-3om, iape lamps, o. d rll m're'
I_ i04 l ,W tl M3rlar.l CI .:.n
FIorer-n,:e l 1lI. trlr ,,culboard FII & SAT ?Ar,. 32nPM
mot.-, lOIciL r,,u.e..rh,-Id W i,. I-l g rn churchh 2'.4515
ARjmparrt lid GIGANTIC
:D .AT ,rily ~i. r INDOOR YARD & BAKE
4 1i Lic-. Dr SALE. Thoua.:aris Il lis
L,t, A' h,:,ulr'iu lj ,lem s .
l,:, early bitrd;: .l lea e'
,AT 'M 1011 )lI
418 Tra:C,, rl F-- FI 8.4, SAT SAM.12,
Mulli Far-ily sale .;rcii g, lurin I 2266 La eshore Circle
lure. hidi I,. much more MIOVI |i' SALE Toy., rh.SeP.
S AT/Sill, 9.3m,. hold tem. mrsc goods eh:t
I 116 :ircuilt d off i- IFR., 9 5 7441 Eilar
Albee Rd. MvlIG' SALE!' Ave Indoor Outdoor.
Furn. household items, more. Furilure, Io'ys. collecilibles
D WEDIIESDAt THRU FRI [m]FFRI SAT. & SUN. 8 -4
530 C:a.a. Boritlas i, 1 2100l Higgs Dr. Larlup
Lots oi lurrinlirc"' cotrpuler. ola. dirinet Mur
1941 -96i,4S859 ray ridin ig m,,:wer 42 4.8
trailer, tools, TVs, ent.center
130 NORTH PORT F I AT y SUN gSAM.
S, P- 4FM 79 Me.:.:a S Hand
m ade Quills. 35 65. l'94 i).
DFr (. Sal ?.Ip5rr 6' .:.--
Fa AnmeriLcan Furnitute,
misc ri.,u-eh.rd, everything [-I Sat. 7:30 -12:00 Vel
goes. Movirng Sale II Gardens Club House
FRI, SAT & SUN MOVING 2395 Harbor Blvd. Rain
FRI, SALE 8-T & SUN M. or Shine. Multi Family
Grobe ST. .. -SAT. 8 ?, 25316 Ram-
FRi SAT 8 2prm, 3225 Llpart-Blvd. Deep Creek. A
D Stl:.cHionr, drl 11 littl of ever,,rvi
ry. Microwave;, lmp-, linens, SATl 1 ., 126 Buo, /e,
bike, desk,.books, swing set, L__JAve. Demo sale, every-
OvD playEr. misci Clean, qual-.thing goes. glass table,
ity, bargains! bureaus, wicker & more.
FRI SAT SijiJ. 7am-?
] 317; :,,di ,Ie *It otn
Pan Amer,,: n MOvG i .ALE' SAT. AM. 3 PI,.
'urn & hus.:.e-hold itlem- I 125S Mor, awi Orive IOC1
I SAT & uijrj .AM.iPM Quesada) Appliances, bed-
12421 Ensenada Lane,: ding, baby furniture, children
baby items, furniture, etc. toys, Honda 3-wheeler, furni-
MOVING SALE- ture, clothing, etc.....


135 PORT ChARLOTTE
AREA

SAT. FE,'5, 9AM .-7, J
Blean Strage Facility
200 TE NA4 garage
sple., Craft. s/ -Vendors
WelcomedojtqerVe Space
Now! 25 P211 .' '
0-'.AT OlIL, nanl:[.1m
41.8 Libira, St, ci.r
Flamingo 2 Edgewalerl furni
lure wid'- ltoys 2 cilonhing el c
D SAT iirLJi 'AM.'
2 7:'. OWiI' ST
Nautical table, 4 chairs,,
queen BF :,e. aamique ire-..
er. ic. MuSiJ T '
i SAT O,-L,'. S manr3pi.
i2.60414 F'arara Dr DI-l-
L:e .nd .i r A.ull Cljlhj -.
Itc', game:. bu:ks. hrCul.e-
h-:Id iterriM, VHS rov)iie-. e-er.
,i:, bi'e A much moTCre!
i---.AT onI,, 9 *. 44-
L rmron-j Dr Mull-,Famil,
Garage Sale. M lan. itemr ti-
choose from, -urrnitare, lo,-h.
ring rnouieware-, tbric-abrac
I huajrnri are Tier-: nan-ir e
-,1S' .NM.4FM 2 :'.55
L TIa ni riBl, Mi: Vll i
SALE Furrnlire, Lil.:hen itemrn
hiu.iaerjold goOd'., elp:
.L-SUN., 9am, 2609 Ednor
'LiSt. H-:.uehod [eIn-;,
e-'ercise bive .'. 1-,01l
DITOPS AIJIJUAL garage
l ,,., '-:.mpn1,rg l,:,r
...erorre i Sa I 2' i, I-PM
eve1- [4 r Sat 2-3 i


140 PUNTA GORDA
AREA

i-FRI. & :,-AT 9am '2pT,
39i2 Crt,:,ce I7iandid r.
PGI. Moving sale- tools, boat'
equip. Beanie Pabiec. nick
nacks household goods
tikes, lurnirure, lot more
I- PGI m.:.vv ig gar age..ale.
I Iurida.,, 93a mI -.j Tm.
I130- LaPalmr, it. Ca.Lh onily
Furn, elecr n. or .-, iraree Irn.
SAT ... '.UI -LAMV.2FM
I" 1 iver:,:le Er iM
17 ",ear .ieiieland Ave. Multi
family jeA-ir,., 'anr .aiju
cio lh.i I: ri n : n .
D.- ;AT, l 3jil A Mar-r
r, 'Ac PGI FAMILY
SALE WVi-rr lurn some
antiques, misc.
S l' AT JAJ. 2' .m. !FAM I'
-.aI:rei Hart Farni:h
i e nr ir IIJ : 4 7 1 '. a l
W .riharlonr- Avel
ThIe e: .I -i.1 Vr-i -ran M,.r
Chrarni, d In i. ,Ji.ie H-:iu; '
hold ternm: cloihn hliner..
ch.hdren' it rm:,. ap lari.:.e.
L':, .':. : r,,--e iT,:
V, it ur ro: .m :.I
L ad ie Q u aint, ,.: i h. :,I -
Ch're oJutl our E:.ijtiquia.
C il. Fine H,:u:.eware-,
Jewelr,. & Fin- il:,lhii-.p
Help u i f-el d i l lie hu
reed, Benrielit tl me irnlO de
Fajl So,.er, Sa.:red Huarr

Ii E- rl, Bird-: Filea-e!"


155 SOUTH VENICE
AREA

*'ATU.F,'AI .l : *"
S Ci.75 LsillRD.
MOVING SALE Everything.
'must go! Freezer, Kiln,
furniture, misc.
* ,, r,...a:,:,njat.le cier rElujed
D :TIIFPDA ..AM.IPM
Ir06 Gl-daIe Pd .
Veni:e 3.: arder,:. .
Fur,,,ujr-e :li':ilhie.,T much
rri.r, All muSt go!

160 VENICE AREA

FRI. FEB. 4TH., 9-3
VENICE GARDENS CMC CNTR
406 Shamrock Blvd.
ANTIQUES
COLLECTIBLES
& FLEA MARKET


Free admission
941-400-5337
or (941)-365-8273
FRI. FEB. 4TH., 9-3
VENICE GARDENS CIVIC CNTR
406 Shamrock Blvd.
ANTIQUES
COLLECTIBLES
& FLEA MARKET
y1-r .1msso


Free admission
941-400-5337
or (941)-365-8273
r ,FFI SAT. ..20rmn. 85 '-
S Est r.r : lr. .arunir' lub
Est. INDOORS.. EAL. bIhRD
F-A, Li.ieiE' rIi-41 I-414-02.46
SSAT .nly ami 2prm,
'I12 ardernia P-d or
,-ari.,:,rnI M Ivilr ',l "AF -41ALE'
Furn, 11 I ,-ure le irn. r-r : :.
-I SAT.l, ,U1. *'
I L F'aVa BIvd. Corid: .IOff
Venice Ave between Capri
I1e 2. Aiburrnil MULTI FAMIL,

SAT 1 .'29 8AM-12NOON
ISLES OF CHEST NUT
CREEK- 115 Homes In
the Isles Club house, off
Center Rd. No early birds.
5 ,AT, ''.iTri
S SUN, 10-7pm
HUGE USED B00I: SALE!
Epiphany Cathedral/
Marion Hall
Over 10,000 books! Most
priced at $1 hardcover $ 75
softcover-,. S.50 cparjptroac
*Some older collectible &_
aul,:,grajphi:J prcled higher
D SATonl, '.2piTi
572 Argus Rd
Moving sale!,.
Lots of everything,
SAT'only 9 2pm,
601 C:arlree, Country
Club Estates. Furn, Sea Doo,
& misc household items.
r-i SAT only, 9-2pm,
F1804 Golf Dr H,:,liehrol,
items, .ire-ser, diih'e. booki .
sheets rr mu.:h rri,.'r
,-- SAT. Feb. 29, 8A-2PM
D1348 S. Seaboard Ave.
FUND RAISER.
Over 20 Families.

SAT., Jan. 29th, 8am-2pm.
'928 CAPRI ISLES BLVD.
GOLFVIEW CONDOS
HUGE ISTANNUAL SALE

SATURDAY, 7:30am-
12 30pm Unity Church
:.i vi nri,, i'Z N. Jackson
Rd & Venice Ave.


cDeW St . 145 ROTONDA AREA

140 PUNTA GORDA FPI SAT SuNL 2pm 1'
AREA l 1? Mariner Lrn
Pron li,. We- I
D AMERICAN TOTAL ESTATE LIQUIDATION
I.EG10N I p .G Antiiquie .: illie.libli,2 lurrni
.: LEGION, P.G., ure. QuillS, liner china, ,il.
Outdoor Flea Market ver, Steiff & other bears, tan-
30 Dealers, TAYLOR RD ningbed, tools, hsehold, etc.
SAT SUN 8am --??
Clothing, produce. new & SAT JAI l. 2TH. 9AI-AlrJ
used tools, hardware, bicy- Banr ,:-I A ,ri rc' parrring ,lr
cles, screws & gift cards, coarrner oI F13iada .- t.orI da
fishing tackle, glassware, B lvdl We.t
antique & collectible Eng- Rotohda West Womans Club
lish wades, doll house fur- is having a trunk & bake sale.
niture, golf equipment,
bingo supplies, pots & 155 SOUTH VENICE
pans, books. Tuperware. AREA
canopy, dolls, art work &
collector knives. Daily and -- FRI & SAT, 7AM TIL
seasonal spaces available. ,_1623 Acadia Rd Driveway
Paul (941) 639-6337 Sale sharks teeth, sfiells, fos-
D 7 FRi SAT: 8 a.m -?? sils, gizmos, etc. Free coffee
546 PHILODEIJDROCi I FRISAT & SUN. 9-4,
(l S M ) Treadmill bolk. THE DOME FLEA--MVT
nT6, un' r.CECILE'S SHEETS, LINENS,,
iD FRI & SAT: South PG., ETC. 94149I.?'I166
ITenth St, off Notre 'FRI/SA T,.-2pm, 120
Dame. Dishes, clothes, [_]Bahama Rd. Tools, arc
antique radio, truck aim. welder compressor, clothes,
tool box, Maytag wringer hseIold ,tem,. clas., Iow.r
washer, chrome truck step
bars, tools, Sears air com- .r 2.I R-I
pressor, lots more 2 nice 1331 Pon..: ra Rd
lawn 'mowers, 27" TV, 3 Tools, kitchenware, Quilts,
speed bike, 25' copper Plants. Seminole patchworl-,
jumper cables. Reasonable Sar-apes, Samned gla s,
prices, lots of free items. Antiques, Swiss cow bells, 2x'
FRI, SAT- OpIn at dawp. Lumber, cement blocks,
S3615 Dawson Ln. 6n ]i SAT. & SUN. 8AM
Lit 7. Bayshore Park.) Indoor Li13315 Datura Rd.
,al1 '"uaiity misc. items. MOVING! Lots of furniture,
r-FRI. & SAT., 8:30 3PM, Portable DW, Washer, misc.
Li5075 Dalewood Street SAT. & SUN./ 9-3PM
(Off Cleveland Ave.) House- 556 GLEN OAK RD
hold goods, furniture, quilting misc. newer furh items, 2 BR
su-pplies fabric i Lad/ sets, Table, & Comfort chairs.
heads and IiurinE etc (941)-966-5193
-FRI SAT. & SU111 AM.- (941)-468-4302
I_130420 Berm-rnti Rd SATURDAY 8AM-?
Eactly ? mI oil Hay ,', E 1035 Devon Rd
left. Huge sale, something for MOVING SALE
everyone. E ir,iiring sold cheap!!!!


6128 6130 SPORTING
EXERCISE/FITNESS GOODS

SEARS TREADMILL, 2 YEARS Brand new $100 Fishing Rods
OLD, $100 (941)426-0130 @ $20/each, others available.
Treadmill, Manual, New- Call (941)429-6436 or
$65Treadmill, Manual, Newobo (9414088807 (813)763-5013 ask for Melvin
A COLLECTOR BUYING
Welder Pro 9940 weight set, Old Fishing Lures, Rods,
and Image 10.0 Spacesaver Reels. Call 941-743-9114
Treadmill. Wil. Will sell as pair for Reels. Call 94 TH MOST!!-743-9114
$500.00.Call (941)-629-5445 PY T MT
COLT .25,auto, Model 1908
6130 SPORTING Pocket. Very good/ excellent
S GOODS cond. $425. (941)-575-7161
COLT, Govt. model, 5" barrel,
9' 9 Wt. Pacific Bay IM 6 Sage NIB, $700 firm. Serious
Blank. Custom. made fly red, callers only (941)-627-6943
$200. (941)639-0443. GUN- KNIFE-
BARETTA 12 & 20 gauge 0O/U, CIVIL WAR SHOW
686 Silver Pigeon, Browning JAN. 29 & 30
12/20 ga, Gold Hunters, AR Araba Shrine Temple
15 colt, comp. H-bar, Colt 2010 Hanson Ft. Myers
Python, 6" Stainless, SW Concealed Weapons
Shorty 40, Competition shop Permit Course
941-697-5638 Lv msg 239-463-2840


6130 SPORTING
GOODS

Lead'Shot #8 Bagged $14.00
a bag, made of wheel weights
John 941-769-3922, -
RUGER REDHAWK, stis 7
1/2 bbl.2 grips, shoulder
holster, speed loader,
$475.00 obo
941-916-6359 anytime
S & W Model 29 Classic,
44 mag, like new w/ammo
$650 (941)223-3907
SPIDER ELECTRA' Paintball
Gun. Used only 5 times. Many
performance upgrades. 16
oz. C02 incl. $350. obo (941)-
575-9826
Swedish Mauser M6 cal.
6.5 with sling. nice $250.
Rich at 941-629-7415
Treadmill 725 Proform, Like
New, w/programs & heart
t'nont.E:.-'':. '. 6 ..4'l*.9-:1


6130 SPORTING
GOODS

Winchester, MD 42, 410
pump, 40 Vintage $800,
941-286-3852

6135 BICYCLES/
TRICYCLES

3 Wheel Bicycle, big basket,
big seat, good tires!
$95 (941)423-2316 Iv mess
ADULT 3 wheel bicycle, $50.
(941)-575-0377
Adult 3 wheel bicycle, Desota
Trailmate w/ basket. Like new.
$100. ***SOLD* *
BICYCLES- mens & women,
boys & girls. All types,
$10-35. (941497-0345 Venice

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6135 BICYCLES/ 6160 LAWN & GARDEN
TRICYCLES
MOWER MTD 42", 12 HP,

RALEIGH RECORD, 10 spd., tuned up, new blades. $350.
made in late 1960's? Notting- (941) 585-4119.
ham England emblem. Serial MOWER, Scotts made by John
#160484 $300. obo (941)- Deere, 46" cut, 20HP, Good
764-1571 Cond. $675. (941)-639-8161
WOMEN'S BIKE, SCHWINN 5- Mulching Mower, 4 hp, Mur-
SPEED, LIKE NEW, $45. CALL ray, bag, just tuned & sharp-
941-627-4832. ened $65. 941-624-6588
MURRAY, riding mower,
6140 PHOTOGRAPHY/ 12.5hp, 30" cut, 1-yr old, all
VIDEO manuals, used 10X. $475
(9411-697-9969 Rotonda
Sony Mavica Digital Camera, PICKING UP UNWANTED
uses Floppy disks. Extra bat- RIDING MOWERS
series, $150/obo, (941)-766- CALL: (941) 380-2355
0790 ROTO TILLERS (2) Like new. 1
for $300. and 2nd for $500.
6145 POOL/SPA/ N obo Must see! 863494-3513


& SUPPLIES


LUXURY SPA
Surprise Your Valentine! '
6 pers, brand new, redwood,
5HP, Ozone, 31 jets, digital,
cover, 5 yr. Warr. $3495,
delivered. (941)-769-9294
POOL PUMP &
Screener basket, 2.5HP,
$150/obo. (941426-4278
SPA 5 PERSON never used,
redwood cabinet, loaded.
Sacrifice $1495.
Call 941-544-0281
MANUFACTURER DIRECT
Nobody Beats Our Deals
View Spas at: eemspas.com
7 Day Showroom 941-371-5259

6160 LAWN & GARDEN

BAR MOWER, Under 2 yrs.
old. Good Condition. $150.
obo (863)-494-3513.
BLOWER CRAFTSMAN '04
gas, like new, $60.
(941)-408-5341, after 4pm
FEE truck load of manure, and
mulch hay. 426-8361 Come
and get it!
FREE HORSE MANURE.
CALL EVENINGS
941-639-8172
GAS WEEDEATER
GOOD BUY
$20. (941)412-1966
GREENS MOWER, 20", 3HP,
$200. (941)-698-9483
JOHN DEER 1995, riding lawn
mower, needs a little work,
$375. 423-9819
Leaf Blower & Vac Combo
B&D.New, $40
(941)408-5341, AFTER 4PM
Lighthouse, 4' wood w/elect
or solar, $125
(941)-408-1963
Mower, Craftsman 04', 22"
push, 4 3/4HP, side discharge or
Tiul.:h, le ,ie R 75-
- (941)408-5341, AFTER 4PM I


6170 BUILDING
SUPPLIES

PLANTATION shutters, 36x 37
1/2, white, $75; BATHRUB,
5', $75. 639-6071
Screen door, aluminum with
hardware. $45. 941-697-
0212
Stainless steel double sink,
microwave Admiral $10 each;
941-505-1621
USED C/H/A SYSTEM
1 FOR MOBILE HOME,
1 FOR LARGE HOUSE,
$550/EA EXCELLENT
SHAPE. 941-342-9033
WANTED: BUILDING
MATERIALS & BLOCK,
941-473-7988


6225 RESTAURANT
SUPPLIES

COMMERCIAL COOLER,
Upright, 79" W x 80" H, 3
glass drs. Exc. Condition.
$800. obo 863-494-3513

6230 PETS &
LIVESTOCK


6230 PETS &
LIVESTOCK

CHIHUAHUA, male, 12 wks.,
long hair,very smart, loving,
and playful, paper
trained/starting-to go outside
$300 cash (941)650-1446
Dachshund, red dapple male
lyr very loving great lap dog
all shots and crate to loving


6230 PETS &
LIVESTOCK

Needed: Adopters, Foster
Homes, Volunteers, Spon-
sors, Donations. Rescued
felines looking for a good
home.
Also Barn kitties avail-
able neutered/spayed,
rabies shots.
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GIVE A HOMELESS CAT home only. $450 423-0099 uDjrP,
or KITTEN A SECOND Call for information
Cor K E ASE CN200D DOG TRAINING House- 941-351-0824
St.. Francis Animal Rescue CE! 492-6200 breaking, Puppy problems,
St.. Francis Animal Res. Obedience. March 1st Next PAPILLION- 1 year neutered,
Adoptions to qual. homesclass 922-2497 or[485-6672 crate trained, sweet & lively.
2 Female Beagle dogs, regis- Fat tailed Geckp, 55 al. tank, Must sell. $350. 941496-9110
tered $250 ea (863)-494- heat r- r,,:,juse .t S er bowl. POMERANIAN puppies, beauti-
5698 $99. 94 l1 -- .-:4 ful, AKC, shots, 8wks, $500.
2 YR old Charlois x bull, hand FREE KITTENS. (941)423-6446
raised, 1000 lbs. to special I nn hair. nnni7P nn Tn,- Ahr.


home. $750. (863)-993-4428
6165 STORAGE SHEDS/ 6190 TOOLS/ home. $750. (863-993-4428 GONE
BUILDINGS MACHINERY 4 Free Kittens, 2 M 2 F Please FREE Mixed Border Collies, 2
Call 863-494-6237 yr. old M & 3 yr. old F (941)-
SHEDS NOW IN PT. CHAR! 10" RADIAL SAW, Craftsman, AA Pets & Feed 575-2835 after 4:00pm
PRICED TO SELL! good condition $100 FIRM. Jack Russells, Yellow FREE PUPPIES, Border Collie
(941)-623-3742 Call 941-629-6245 Labs, Australian cattle Mix. *GONE*
(352)-279-3281 3 SOD CUTTERS 1) 18" 5hp dog, Yorkie, Toy Poodle,
Honda $1000. 2) 12" 5hp Irish Terrier, Japanese FREE to GOOD home, Poodle
6170 BUILDING Honda $600 each. Please Chin, Yorkie/Silkie cross, Tirrier miv Male 3 yrs old
SUPPLIES call 941-628-3496 Shih-Tzu, Schnauzers, AC,)I TEE,'
BAND SAW- CRAFTSMAN 12" Peke, Eng. Bull Dogs. EprJi .,HEFHEFPC A pups
1 Kohler Lowboy Toilet ONSTAND, $165/CASH. (941) -743-3045 adults, Rich colors, family ori-
w/matching pedestal sink. 941-474-1566 AAPet e ented $550/up (941)-809-6242
Biege $175 (941)-475-7228 AA Pets & Feed
12' x 24' aluminum screen CRAFTSMAN 10" radial arm Discount dog crates & bird Hand made quilts sale. $35 -
room w/vinyl windows, three saw, $95 (941)-486-0919 cages. & $75. 79 Mecca St. Pt. Char-
room w/vinyl windows, lotte (941-624-2940
sided w/pan roof, (1) door. GENERATOR Coleman, 2,500 (941) -743-3045
Needs taken down. Watt, $175. (941) 575-4360. AFRICAN GRAY PARROT with HORSE OA.prti in Engle-
(941)400-3469 wood. Full, partial, or pasture
2/36"X80" Steel Entrance GENERATOR. Barely used age, was ar only. 473-5558.
Generac Wheelhouse great talker, .i.irig
Doors 9/Lie w/frames all 5550/8550. $500 ***SOLD ... IMPS Internet Miniature
ardre $0 ea or $70 both SPRAY PAINTER. Wagner AQUARIUM- 55 'yal- in cus- Pincher Rescue Service has
PaintCrew 2800psi Used tomized wood canee. lighted Minipins available for adop-
3/36" Storm doors 1/bronze twice. $125 shelving, 92"L x 15" A 57"H, tion to approved homes. All
2/white all hardware $35 ea WET/TILE SAW Workmate lights, pump, access incl. dogs that we place will have
(863)-993-3107 Ft. Ogden 7in. needs blade. $140. $3000bo 941-769-8020 up-to-date shots, ad will be
36" Fiberglass shower stall Rch at 941 629 7415 o r neutered. There is
white, w/door $40 (863-993- TILE *_ -. n iin i.n ui. Aqu)riurT, .li l.jl3 ) or ar, pplic,:ation process and
3107 Ft. Ogden $140. Paint Crew 2800 psi fresh water, pumps &acces- adoption donation required.
8/Vinyl Thermopane Windows spray painter, $135. General sores included. Oak stand & Please visit our website at
r pn generator Wheelhouse 5550/ canopy, $500/obo, (941)- www.minoinrescue.org or
36"X36" w/grinds w/Nailing ne o 235-1581 after 5pm, lv. mes. Call us at 7434226
flange $35ea or $250 all 8550 as new $500. (941)-
(863)-993-3107 Ft. Ogden 629-7415 Aquariums & Fresh JACK RUSSELL Terrier. Spad-
A/C 2 1/2 ton Bryant, 7-yrs Water Tropical Fish. ed female. 3 years old. $150.
old, whole house unit, take 6195 FARM EQUIPMENT Best prices on tanks. 423-6391
away for .$200.941-764-6438 Nice variety of quality KITTENS!
AWNIGS, 5 alum., 2 72" wide, 1941 Ford Tractor nee fish & accessories. "Orphans of the Storm"
3 46" wide, $50. ea. obo minor work, has assorted Punta Gorda
3 46" wide, $50. attachments. Asking $2,500, (941)-639-3303 Several young kittens & sever-
(941639-4230 aft. 6pm. (941)-505-5799 after 4, Keith al young adults so scared and
CUSTOM KITCHEN Cabinets A a S er all alone are patiently waiting
.Australan Shepherd x Border for loving new homes. Res-
and sink $899; A/C unit, 3 6220 OFFICE/BUSINESS Collie pups born 1/2/05:r3 cued from certain death

odn, 12 seer,merican Stan- EQUIPJSUPPLIES Merles 5 Black & Whites these loving furballs. RFL/LK
heater $100. 941-629-62850 or.gl nw.at$3.-0 2550. neg, vet cert. healt y, vacinat-
hae$1094-2-254-DRAWER, plI:r-: urnit on orE. .1 ed &1readyforlove. Cost$20'
Dol Tile Over 300sq ft, Walls wheels, $10. J 1 645 B & I I Ma-aw W/ag per, with: a fee going to theB
/Floors, Color Coordinated for : oBL& GLD Macaw w/ cage. per, with a fee going to the
Showers $300 6270724 HUNDREDS OF Pre-wned 10 mo. old $1500 Talks. Call animal charity of your choice.
Odesks, files, chairs, donfer- Amanda 624-2081. Please call (941W-475-9407
FRONT DOUBLE DOORS w/ ence tables, partitions, UNNIES, assorted colors, MIXED BREED 801bs.nuetured
decorative glass, used, incl. 2 fence ta s, parions, BUNNIES, assorted colors,.
delocks. $350. 941-575-7093orative glassuse c workstations. All at huge $1/ea. (941-624-6588 male, 3 years old, all shots.
locks. $350. 941-575-7093 savings. Office Outfitters Love sponge. Must be only
NEW 4 PANEL white, 3x8 881 E. Venice Avenue CHIHIIHLIA W11 SMALL pet. Moving can't take. Dona-
glass sliders w/track, $300. Venice 485-7015 or PEO, TAhJ MALE WITH E-.LIE .-.n i. P.' ariiT.l Srel-ter
Frontr ,,:,or 1- 45.,-:..ji.4 1- (800)-330-9215 EES i c14104"29.93"i rreJred ,:1-9J ,-12`4J


rLUUL PUH, loy, AKC,
Health Cert. Ready Feb/1,
$400. Call 941-8334322
PUPPY, male, mix, 12 wks old,
$100 (941)-468-2141
Red Nose Pit bull female $50;
2 Degus w/ cage $30
941-429-5013
Salmon Crested Cockatoo
Female $1000. Cage avail.
941-629-3363
SCOTTISH TERRIER PUP-


6250 APPLIANCES 6250 APPLIANCES

ELECTRIC STOVE, Glass top, STOVE- GE, 30,
beautiful, getting new one. SMOOTH TOP, WHITE, $65.
$125. (941-627-2297 (941)-485-8263
FREEZER, 20.7 white VACUUM, Kirby, gen. 4, w/all
Frigidaire upright, excellent attachments. Nice cond.
condition $75. 941-429-2497 $250 (941)493-5649 2238770
GE Spacemaker stackable Washer $75; Dryer $50; Dish-
WASHER/DRYER, 6 mths old; washer $50; Extension Lad-
$775/obo 941-232-0473 der $75. 941-662-5875
KALVINATOR H.p. DRYER Washer & Dryer GE $100ea
ELECTRIC $75/OBO. 0 GE Range $100Whirlpool
941-232-0473 fridge water/ice 250.00
ORECK Upright Sweeper, Fridgiaire Refridg $100.
used very little, PGI' $85. 941-492-6698
(941)-639-6152 WASHER (NEW) & DRYER Both
RANGE, electric, self-cIng, Kenmore, $175. for pair.
$75/obd; Sink w/disposal & (941)-626-3077
faucet, bisque $95 941-46&5917 WHIRLPOOL Electric Range.
Range, Magic Chef, $50, Like new. Self cleaning, digital
Refrigerator w/ice maker, display, $150. 941-628-0576
$75. Almond, good cohd. no WHIRLPOOL side by side,
storm damage, (941)-505- matching oven with upper
4532 microwave; $350/obo
REFRIGERATOR, Whirlpool, 18 941-232-0473
cu. ft., Beige, $125; Amana White GE washer works great
glass cook top range, almost $50 (941)-628-5281
new $200. 941-625-7961.
REFRIGERATOR, Almond, 23.6 6260 MISCELLANEOUS
Hotpoint, side by side, good 6260 MISCELLANEOUS
condition. $100. Call (941)-
625-0633 2 COLEMAN 6250 GENERA-


PIES, AKC registered; 4 wks. iuOHF0GEr s.ru nmtm. ell 9 4 UU.
old, 1 Male, 2 Females. (941)- REFRIGERATOR, almond, ea. (941)-661-9647
764-8905 a great cond. Just remodeled.
74-s905 g$90 (941)-234-6997 (4) new cane-bottom chairs
USED SADDLE'S & TACK $50, 12" Craftsman wood
.in Arcadia REFRIGERATOR AMANA lathe on bench $75 (260)-377-
(724)-689-3138 20.4cuft, Almond, 2 dr, like 9273
... new $295. 941-4744227
BURN BARRELS
6250 APPLIANCES Refrigerator, Kenmore, 26 cu. $8 EA
ft., white, side by side, water ARCADIA 863-990-3345
1 YR. CLD DISHWASHER, Like S ice in door $100. good
new,' white GE 275; NOHur- :,rd (941-255. .CAUGHT YA] Want a Buy
.. ..NHSomething? Buy Real Estate
ricane .Damage. (941)-626-Refrigerator, ,i new, Ken- Instead. Marybeth Wilson,
0980 more, side by side, White, thru Realtor. ERA Preferred
2ND HAND TREASURE d,':,r w'ler & ice w hler, Properties. 941-484-6279
Stoves S95+ Refrig $125+ SIS" 41)493-519
Cell phone r4,3 New
Washers $95+ Drers S85 REFRiCEPATOP side by .de w,"r instant messaging $35.
l 13 *:a* w.,er &,- in door. $100 4238363
~~A & A APPLIANCES IPtnc-,aei, $75. Space
A & A APPLIANCES aver Microwave $50. Dish- DVD Player/VCR, VCR, 2 gas
Refrigerators $75, Washers washer $50. No storm dam- Weed wackers, Gas blower,
Refrigerators $75, Dishwashers age. All exc. cond. & clean, edger, $225 941473-1761
$75, Dryers, $75, Dishwash- ,941 v27-9673
ers, $99, Stoves $75, Stack FIRE PROOF, "FIREKING". FIL-
laundry $199. Side-By-Side Refrigertor, Maytag, 17cf, ING cabinet. $200. 426-5438
Refrigerators starting at 1996, $200
$149. Delivery available. (941)484-9600 Jon Boat $300- Whirlpool
100% Guaranteed Washer $40- Mac Weed Wack-
(941)-627-4104 SEARS KENMORE Washer & er $25- Antique Scale &Lawn
Dryer Set $275. ob6 (941)- Mower $50 Each 743-7304 "
APPLIANCE WORLD Wash- 624-0321 after 7:30pm
ers,/ryers $129 ea or'.. LUGGAGE, American Touns-
24se divs er aeail. 1r SHARP Carosal Microwave, ter, 3-pc, dk grn, exc. cond.
ear Warran. 941 7660226. 24x18x12, stainless steel. $30; DIRECT TV Dish & 2 rec
year Warranty. 941- 766-0226 srd $25 4 -51
Asking $25., G.E. GLASS w/cards $25; (9411475-5173
DISHWASHER, GE Profile.,like Cook top, fits 22 19 opnir,,r,
new, stainless or bisque, like new, ask'-4 g ,L :::., Miscellaneous Baby's Clothes
$699/new; 'Sac. $499/obo ( (9411-6274517 & Furniture $5-$15. .
will deliver (941-497-0064 Stove,Frigidare. Works great. 941-764-7939 after 6pm.
DISHWASHER Maytag Jet- Beige color window in door. ..1i"JijG E..,E'i Over 100
clean, super load, Quiet. like $100/obo, (941)-456-0003 'T'.alii, UMdum large,
new, $115.941-255-5363 leave message $2.00-$5.00 (941)-492-4643
DRYER- GE,, electric, heavy:.Stove .w/ Hood $80; Fridge',PATIO, SET, glass top table
dur, ' 5 30da mor.e, ba .OOBO ......... ..... w/4 chairs & umbrella. $55
gutari ee 941-47?J- 2 0 941- r.0 13 1(9411- 8 Cl,9 1 "4 ...


6260 MISCELLANEOUS

D SAT, 9-7pm
SUN, 10-7pm
HUGE USED BOOK SALE!
Epiphany Cathedral/
Marion Hall
Over 10,000 books! Most
priced at $1 hardcover, $.75
softcover & $.50 paperback.
Some older collectible &
autographed priced higher.
SEWING -Machines (2), 1957
Singer portable $85; Pfaff
model 360-261 $75; (941)-
486-0919
Storage Cabinet, Battery
Charger, computer printer
$20/ea (941)-408-8807
TOILETS, 2 WHITE American
Standard, 3.5 Gallon Flush,
good cond. $75/ea.
(941)408-9224

6270 WANTED TO
BUY/TRADE

BUYING OLD DOLLS
& TOYS. (941)-624-6763
CASH For Your Dish
Network Satellite Systems.
(941)429-9550

eBay Trading Assistant
Will buy your collection
not garage sale -
to sell on eBay
INTERESTED -
941-629-5114

OLD BOOKS
MANY TOPICS WANTED.
(941)-575-6705
WANTED TO BUY
.. Old silver '
and costume jewelry.
Call (941Y1769-8561
Wanted to buy Wicker, Rattan
I& Bamboo. Furn & Access;
Reasonable. (941)468-5239
or (941)474-3017






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1995 SATURN SW2 WAGON L.'Iln A ,ie c3,999
1999 DAKOTA SPORT -r c F, il.,', S6,999
1997 VW JETTA GLS : 40' -V -Tr. Llr -' 6,999
1997 LINCOLN MARK VIII llrt4Fi ,,n ',1i ,, Ali cO' s7,999
1998 MAZDA ILLENIA STrH ,,f. s7,999
2000 GRAND CARAVAN SE ., ,i..'t' s8,999g
1998 LINCOLN CONTINENTAL ~ io IA:UL4TE, 8,999
1998 FORD EXPEDITION ED. BAUER 4X4 f L ; roIC, s9,999

2002 DODGE NEON SXT
LOW MI, WHEELS, FULL POWER, LOW PAYMENTS $7,999
2003 KIA CINCO WGN
12,000 MI, WARRANTY FULL PWR $8,999
2004 NEON SE
LOW MI, WARRANTY 5 IN STOCK! $8,999
2002 MITSUBISHI LANCER RALLY
SPOILER, ALLOY WHEELS, COOL CAR! $9,999
2002 PT CRUISER
25K MI, WARRANTY FULL POWER $10,999
2000 SATURN LS2
30,000 MI, V6, LEATHER, LOADED! $10,999
2001 MITSUBISHI ECLIPSE GS
LOW MI, MOONROOF LOADED! $16,999
2003 MITSUBISHI ECLIPSE GS
10K MI, MOON ROOF LOADED $12,999
1999 MUSTANG GT CONV.
LEATHER, LOW MI, LOADED $12,999
2003 MITSUBISHI GALANT ES
14K MI MOONROOF, ALLOY WHLS & MORE! $12,999
2000 MUSTANG GT CONV.
LOW MI, LEATHER, LOADED, GREAT COLOR! $13,999
2003 HYUNDAI SONATA LX V6
A',,.' IL'. rAa 1OONROOF, TOP-OF-THE LINE! $14,999
2003 MITSUBISHI DIAMANTE
MO*,'_N ROOF LOW MI, WARRANTY $14,999
2001 ECLIPSE SPYDER GT
L.IIt Il/, LEATHER, V6, LOADED $15,999
2002 TOYOTA CAMRY LE
Ir LE-.TH, R JiAL.,'S, LOWMI, WARRANTY $15,999
2003 VW JETTA WOLFSBURG
'I ANill il 4Fi.-,V MOONROOF, CD & MUCH MORE! .........................$16,999
2003 MAZDA 6S
S-L ll IL L..'-IDED, SPRTSEDAN $16,999
2003 HONDA ACCORD LX $16,999
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2003 VW PASSAT GL WAGON ,
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LOW M 1.- --:.VTY CD, ALLOY WHEELS, LOADED! $17,999
2002 CORVETTE Z06
OINLY 7' M; .4THER, WHEELS, MUCH MORE $32,999

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2003 SUZUKI XL7 LX III
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LOll ,1', I 1 l 4RRANTY LOADED! $14,999
2002 JEEP WRANGLER X
13K MI, 6 CYL, SPORT WHEELS & MORE! $15,999
2002 OLDS SILHOUETTE PREMIERE
DVD, LEATHER, POWER DOORS, EVERY OPTION $16,999
2004 GRAND CHEROKEE LAREDO
LOW MI, WARRANTY ALLOY WHLS, LOADED $17,999
2002 GMC ENVOY AL SLT
LOW MI, DVD, PASS, REAR AC, EVERY OPTION $21,999
2003 MITSUBISHI MONTERO LMTD 4X4
LOW-MI, FULL SIZE LUXURY SUV $24,999.
2003 YUKON SLT
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LOW MI, WARRANTY REAR AC, FULL POWER $15,999
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LOW MI, WARRANTY REAR AC, LOADED $16,999
2003 MAZDA MPV LX -
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LOW MI, WARRANTY AUTO, LOW PAYMENTS $11,999
2002 FORD F150 SPORT SUPERCAB
29K MI, WARRANTY & MORE $15,999
2002 DODGE RAM 3/4 TON LONG BED
20,000 MI, V8 & MORE! $15,999
2002 DODGE RAM QUAD CAB SLT
LOW MI, 20" WHEELS, LOADED! $17,999
2003 DODGE DAKOTA SLT CLUB CAB
LOW Ml, VS., WARRANTY CD, LOADED $17,999
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LOW MI, WARRANTY TOPPER, V8, MORE! $18,999
2004 FORD F150 SUPER CAB
LOW MI, WARRANTY V8 & MORE $18,999
2003 TOYOTA TUNDRA ACCESS CAB SR5 V8
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1999 LEXUS RX300 FWD
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Pearl white with sand leather, 2
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Golden sand with willow sand, s24 995
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I've Seen What Government Agencies
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You've Seen What Your Insurance
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BUT!!! THAT'S NOT ALL
THAT CAN BE DONE FOR YOU!


D&T Enterprises has uncovered thousands of dollars
previously set aside for such disasters. D&T
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counties whether you suffered damages or not. These
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White diamond, neutral leather, chrome. #5259A
4 YRSJ6 MOS. OR 76,000 MILES
OF NEW CAR WARRANTY REMAINING
$41 995*


2003 CERTIFIED
ESCALADE EXT


Silver sand, neutral leather. #5055A
4 YRSJ4 MOS. OR 74,000 MILES
OF NEW CAR WARRANTY REMAINING
$38,995*


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Cashmere, tan top, chrome, custom grill. #P1174
4 YRS./9 MOS. OR 76,000 MILES
OF NEW CAR WARRANTY REMAINING
$32,995*


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Blue onyx w/sim. matching top, 19K mi., stunning. #5214A
2 YRSJ8 MOS. OR 80,000 MILES
OF NEW CAR WARRANTY REMAINING
$28,995*


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Cashmere, neutral leather, local trade. #5373A
2 YRS./7 MOS. OR 70,000 MILES
OF NEW CAR WARRANTY REMAINING
$21,995*


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Sterling silver, grey leather, memory seat, 17K mi. #P1217
3 YRS./5MOS. OR 82,000 MILES
OF NEW CAR WARRANTY REMAINING
$24,995*


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White diamond, leather, 6K mi. #4773B
5 YRS./9 MOS. OR 93,000 MILES
OF NEW CAR WARRANTY REMAINING
$33,995*


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White diamond, neutral leather. #5306A
3 YRS./10 MOS. OR 64,000 MILES
OF NEW CAR WARRANTY REMAINING
$35,995*


Sterling silver, salt & pepper top. #P1184
3 YRS./10 MOS. OR 70,000 MILES
OF NEW CAR WARRANTY REMAINING
$26,995*


2004 OLDSMOBILE
ALERO GIL


Sand, neutral leather, all power options.
#P1214
GM CERTIFIED
2,995'*


2002 PONTIAC
GRAND PRIX GTP


Teal green, leather, loaded.
#5005A
GM CERTIFIED
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SUBURBAN LT 4X4




White, leather, OnStar, low miles.
#4625A
GM CERTIFIED
*22,995*


2001 BUICK
REGAL OS


Sterling silver, light grey leather,
only 36K miles, fully equipped. #5418A
GM CERTIFIED
$12,995*


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options. Why buy new? #P1206
GM CERTIFIED
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23K Miles, Auto, All Power, Aulo, Air, Auto, Air, Full Power,
4 LiterV6, CD, CD Player, CD Player, Loaded Air,
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T,995 .,850 ,p850 ,850 v,850
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Leather, Auto, 1 Owner, Full Power, Full Power Dual Air,
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MGL SPECIAL Extra Clean Extra Clean Extra Clean

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Extra Clean Extra Clean Extra Clean Fully Equipped
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03 FORD EXPEDITION XLT 00 FORD F150 4X4 XLT SUPERCAB 00 FORD EXPLORER LTD 98 MERCURY GRAND MARQUIS IS 04 FORD RANGER SUPERCAB
7 Passenger, V8, Moonroof, Leather, Leather, Full Power, S V6, Auto, Tilt, Cruise,
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PRLE-WNED loaded, 100K mi., Very nice
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1991 CLASSIC Cadillac
Allante, black/black convert ,
1-800-259-4232 105k mi., looks great, $6500.
(941)-628-6848.
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1992 RAODMASTER WAGPN,
new tires, front brakes,
starter, fuel pump, $2500.
SOLD!!
1992 ROADMASTER Estate
Wagon, V8, new tires, exc
cond. $2,495 (941)-626-1662
1995 Buick Lesabre, V6,
auto, 60K. Grandpa's Car,
Immaculate. $3,750.
941-485-2277, DIr.
1999 LESABRE, one owner,
prefect cond. All the goodies.
Book value $7200, sell for
$4995. (941)426-6023

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GORMAN'S
2000 LE SABRE LTD, 59K,
LOADED W/ SR,
ESTATE CAR! $10,900.
(941)-639-1601, P.G.
2000 PARK AV
LOADED $7,495

1-800-259-4232
2003 LESABRE V6, AUTO,
PW/PL, TILT, CRUISE,
MUST SEE. $13,900
941-485-1531, dir.

7030 CADILLAC

1982 COUPE DE VILLE, 114K,
great cond, no leaks or drips
small V8, good tires. $2500
(941)474-8210
1990 Sedan Deville DeLorean
Edition, white/blue leather, V8,
96k, immacualte!
$2,450 941-423-1485 dir.
1990 SeVille Sedan, low
mileage, great 2nd. car. Make
an offer, (941)-639-1319


$6,700. (941)-743-7480
1998 ELDORADO CTC
62K, fully loaded, 12
disc CD, Moch top,
Sunroof, Non smoker!
$9,995 By owner
Contact Mike
941-685-7209
1999 CADILLAC Deville- fully
equipd, Ither, emerald green,
1 own, 51k mi, perfect cond.
$11,500. 941-429-2294

GENE
GORMAN'S
2002 DEVILLE DTS, 30K,
WHITE DIAMOND, "
ESTATE SALE CAR!
100% NEW! $27,500.
(941)-639-1601, P.G.
2003 SEVILLE SLS 31k miles,
warranty until 100k rhi,
loaded. $24,500/obo.
(941)-270-0794
2004 Cadillac Sedan Deville
pearl white, 17k miles, full
fact. warr, N/S, immacu-
late. List new $46,095.
Offered at $27,500.
Justin 941-350 2428, dir.
2004 CADILLAC SRX
V8 LOADED. 2K MILES
$32,900

1-800-259-4232
2004 DEVILLE, Cashmere
exterior, 15K mi, exc. cond.
$32,500. 941-2864186

7040 CHEVROLET
1986 CORVETTE, new tires,
body in good shape, needs
paint, $5500 (941)475-4029
1987 CAMARO low mileage,
great shape. MUST SELL!
(978)-249-5124
1989 Camaro RS, V6, 131k
mi., auto floor shift,
$2,650/obo, (941)-276-0163
1992 GEO METRO Convert.,
white, auto, air. Good condi-
tion. $1000. (941)-661-0310


1995 CORVETTE 72k miles, F4EIn
Driven daily, good cond.
$12,500/obo 941-423-6922 G
1996 CHEVY Camaro, Red, GORM AN'S
V6, AC, power everything, T- 1999 SEBRING CONVERT,
tops, alarm, 89K mi. $6,000. 1 OWNER, LOW MI., NEW
(941)-815-8655 TIRES. PERFECT! $9,900.
1996 Geo Metro Sport, 4 dr., (941-639-1601,
runs great, low miles, exc. 1999 SEBRING JX convrt.,
cond., $3,500 941-697-1593 V6, auto, leather int., alloy
wheels, exc. cond in and
1998 CAMARO Nuespeed out, 70k orig. mi., $7900.
3800 V6, 5spd, A/C, 941-613-1800 dir
stereo, alloy wheels, 80k
orig. mi., exc. cond. EV
$5900. 941-613-1800 dIr 'ENM
2000 Monte Carlo, 46k, 2Dr., GOR IAN'S
Loaded, exc. cond. $8,000,
(9411-637-7121 2000 SEBRING CONVERT.
LXI, LOW Ml., NEW TIRES,
2001 CHEVY CORVETTE PERFECT! $8,900.
Z-06 PW/PL, TILT, CD, (941)-639-1601, P.G.
CRUISE, 14K $25,900
941-485-1531, dIr. 2000' SEBRING COUPE LXI,
white, leather, loaded, 1
2001 Monte Carlo SS, fully owner, 13k mi. Excellent Con-
loaded, leather, On-Star, 60k edition. $6,600. 941-628-
mi., great cond. $10,600, 8869 dIr.
(941)-639-0463
2001 CONCORD
2002 CAVALIER, 28k miles, 4- LOADED LEATHER,
door, 5 year/100,000 mile SUNROOF S6.995
warranty, auto, exc. condo ,
$8000. Call 941-429-9752 iitt i lf,')
2002 CHEVY MALIBU 1-800-259-4232
AUTO, LEATHER, 2001 PT CRUISER, black w/
SUNROOF, PW/PL, TILT, custom paint, asking $8,000.
CRUISE. $11,900 (941)-505-0333
941-485-1531, dir.
2001 PT LTD, red, 16K mi., all'
2004 CHEVY IMPALA options, $10,500. (941)-575-
LOADED $9,995 9998
17',1, 1M Jr4 Mar ,Di-l 2002 PT CRUISER, 22K, 5-
1-800-259-4232 spd., options, warranty. Mint.
$9,900. (941)-624-0011


2004 CHEVY IMPALLA V6,
AUTO, PW/PL, TILT,
CRUISE, LOW MILES.
$12,900
941-485-1531, dIr.

7050 CHRYSLER

1986 Corvette 4 spd, Good
cond. 80k orig miles. $8500.
941-488-2645
1991 Imperial Mark Cross Edi-
tion, V6, Mint, 1 owner, 89k,
$2300 941-412-0002
1993 NEW YORKER, runs &
looks good $1500. (9411-
637-1933 dir.
1994 LHS. High miles but
runs great. $3500 OBO. 941-
743-6403 or 941-629-7979.
1996 SEBRING CONVERT-
IBLE, V6, 51K, auto, ,near
mint. $6700 (941)-698-1323
1996 LHS 67,900 miles,
leather,all the x-tras,.
two owners, new rubber,
front red- lovely car.
$4800. 941-624-3735 -


2002 SEBRING
CONVERTIBLE $15,980

1-800-259-4232
2002 Sebring Convertible
Ltd., Silver, Dark Blue Top, V6,
Auto, 50k hwy. mi., $14,800,
(9411-625-8885
2003 SEBRING
CONVERTIBLE S14,980

I 1-800-259-4232
2004 CHRY PACIFICA, LOW
MILES, FULL POWER, ALU-
MIINUM WHEELS, 3RD SEAT
AND MORE /X1650.
922-0713 DLR.
2004 CHRYSLER SEBRING
CONVERTIBLE V6, AUTO,
PW/PL, TILT, CRUISE
$16,900
941-485-1531, dir.
2004 CHRYSLER SEBRING
LX CONV. LOW MILES, FULL
POWER, WARRANTY,
AND MORE. /X1658.
922-1522 DLR.


2004 CHRYSLER SEBRING
TOURING CONV., LOW
MILES, CD,ALUMINUM
WHEELS, AND MORE.
/X1659. 922-1521, DLR.
2004 CHRY PT CRUISER
AUTO, PW/PL, TILT,
CRUISE, LIKE NEW.
$12,900
941-485-1531, dIr.

7060 DODGE

1997 Caravan, V6, auto., AC,
new alternator & battery, runs
well, $2,200. 941-270-7464
1998 NEON, 4cyl, 4dr.,
A/C, PS, PB, stereo, PL &
mirrors, 70k orig. mi., exc.
cond. $3900. 941-613-
1800 dir
2004 DODGE NEON
AUTO, CD, SPOILER,
PW/PL, MUST SEE.
$10,900
941-485-1531, dir.

2004 DODGE NEON,
ONLY 20K. FULLY
LOADED.$8999.




2002 DODGE NEON
AUTO, 4DR, A/C,
LOOKS & RUNS GREAT.
$8,900
941-485-1531, dir.
2004 DODGE STRATUS
V6, AUTO, PW/PL, TILT,
CRUISE, LIKE NEW.
$11,900
941-485-1531, dir.

7070 FORD

1984 T-BIRD, new a/c &
tires, runs great. $1500
(941)-697-1086
1986 Crown Victoria, 61K mi.
$1,850. Call after 5p.m. (941)
625-1423
1988 Mustang A/C
$500 Dn-Others Available
SHARP (941)743-0141
AITF Auto Store
1989 MUSTANG 5.0, SHARP!
sunroof, blk/racing stripes, new
tires, flowmasters, Exc. cond.
$4700/obo. 941-284-2596
1991 CROWN VICTORIA,
Excellent Condition. 85K mi.
$2600. *SOLD!*
1992 Ford Crown Victoria,
super sharp, low mileage, Ask-
ing $3,500 (941)-497-2647
1992 TAURUS, ice cold A/C,
auto, V6, runs & looks good.
$995. (941)-637-1933 dir.


1993 FORD PROBE GT, nice
car, nice price $1500. (941)-
286-5209
1993 FORD T-BIRD,. V6,
auto, very clean, red.
941-485-2277, DIr.
1993 FORD THUNDERBIRD
5.0L V8, cold air, new brakes,
very clean, 120k mi. Blue
book $2195; buy for
$1595/obo. 941-493-4277
1994 Ranger XLT Extd Cab
4.0 Auto w/topper good
shape, one owner $3500
(8631-494-1295 after 5pm
1994 ESCORT SW, 100K,
clean, 30 MPG, auto, cold air,
$1275.SOLD!
1995 MUSTANG GT, blk,
AM/FM, cass/CD, camel
leather, loaded, Auto, 44k mi.,
sporty ride $6995. 941-628-
8869 dir.
1,995 MUSTANG GT, Conv.,
Auto, All Power, White, 83k
mi., $6,495. PRO-POWER
AUTO SALES (941)-276-1671
or (941) 628-1203
1996 CROWN VIC, Red, excel-
lent condition, 94K miles,
$4400. Call 941-637-9935
1997 CONTOUR, 70K, exc
cond, $3995/obo
(941)-809-2311
1999 Mustang 35th Ann. Edi-
tion, Automatic, V6, full
power, leather, CD/tape, 46K,
1 owner, great condition, bra
& cover included. $8,000.
(941)-629-9169

GENE

GORKAN'S
1999 TAURUS SW, WHITE,
1 OWNER. EXTRA CLEAN!
$6,900.
(941)-639-1601, PG.
2000 TAURUS SE, V6,
auto, power everything
alloy wheels, 63k orig. mi,
exc. cond. $5900. 941-
613-1800 dir
2002 FORD MUSTANG
CONVERTIBLE AUTO
PW/PL, TILT, CRUISE,
CD. $11,900
941-485-1531, dir.
2003 FORD FOCUS ZX5
PW/PL, TILT, CRUISE, CD,
LOOKS & RUNS GREAT.
$10,900
941-485-1531, dir.
2003 FORD MUSTANG
CONVERTIBLE $12,980

1-8b0-259-4232


2004 FORD MUSTANG
AUTO, CONVERT, ALLOYS
PW/PL, TILT, CRUISE.
$16,900
941-485-1531, dir.
2004 Ford Taurus SES 4dr,
9k miles, full fact warr,
security, CD, alloys, keyless
entry, immaculate. List new
$23,160 firm at $12,500.
Justin 941-350-2428, dIr.
86 Mustang LX, 3.8 V-6, auto,
pw, t-tops, tint. Many new
parts. Needs engine work
$500. 941-875-0521




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2003 JEEP WRANGLER X
AIR, SOFT TOP,
ONLY 11K MI. $16,990
Cramer Toyota 484-9000

GENE
GORMAN'S
2003 WRANGLER, AT, AC',
16K, LIKE NEW! ESTATE
SALE CAR. $16,900.
(941)-639-1601, P.G.
2004 CHAMPAGNE
SAHARA WRANGLER
Loaded, $25,000/obo
941-473-5444
Ask for Charity
2004 Cherokee Limited.
Loaded, 2700 miles. Settle
Estate. $28,500. 475-4424

7085 LEXUS


1993 LEXUS LS400, 65K
lmi., good'cond. white & gray.
.Asking$6900 941-623-0320
1998 LEXUS GS400
7080 JEEP SILVER LOADED, CLEAN,
LOW MILES. 517,800
1990 JEEP Wrangler, hard & /
soft tops, never abused. Nice. 1-800-259-4232
$4000. obo. (941)-764-1032
1995 Cherokee, 4 Dr., 2WD, 1999 LEXUS ES300
Green, Cloth, 107k miles, well 29K MI,. LOADED,
maintained, great shape, GOLD W/IVORY LTHR
good tires, Ist. $2,500 takes r,". li r P'0. .1.,1r-
it. (941)457-5399 1-800-259-4232
1998 GRAND Cherokee
LTD, 4x4, V8, auto, sun- 2001 LEXUS ES300
roof, leather, loaded, exc. ONLY 35K MI, LEATHER,
cond., 80k orig. mi. SUNROOF, EVERY OPT,
$7900. 941-613-1800 dir $18,999
2000 JEEP WRANGLER i
SPORT V6, AUTO, LOOKS
& RUNS GREAT. $14,900 L-W *
941-485-1531, dir.
2001 LEXUS RX300
2000 JEEP WRANGLER LOADED. CERT. + 3.9%
SPORT- AUTO, YELLOW, MINERAL/IVORY $24,980
CD FLAWLESS 28K MI ,|'THiBi'fr,.

1-800-259-4232
2001 LEXUS RX300
ONLY 27,000 MILES.
GE wnE CERTIFIED PLUS 3.9%

GORMUAN'S =
2000 WRANGLER
SAHARA, OVERSIZED 2002 LEXUS LS430
TIRES. SHARP! $15,990. PARCHMENT, ONLY
(941)-639-1601, P.G. 24,000 MI. CERTIFIED
2001 Wrangler, 4.0L Sport, PLUS 3.9%. $40,980.
42k, 1 owner, well maintained, ''Tl
$14,000, (941)-505-9130
1-800-259-4232


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7085 LEXUS 7090 LINCOLN 7100 MERCURY

ALL LEXUS CERTIFIED 2004 UNCOLN Town Car 2003 MERCURY
PRE-OWNED Signature 13k mi, full fact GR MARQUIS V6, AUTO,
3.9% FIN. UP TO 66 MTHS warr, leather, CD, lumbar, PW/PL, CD, LEATHER,
FOR F LIMITED TIME security, keyless, all power, LIKE NEW. $14,900
N/S new cond. List new 941-485-1531, dIr.
'/$42,470. Offered at 2004 CROWN VICTORIA LX
1-80u 9-0-2533`2 $27,000. (Best model), 12k mi,
SCERTIFIED Justin941-350-2428, dr. leather, cd, lumbar, remote,
ALL LEXUS CERTIFIalloys, new cond, full fact
PRE-OWNED GS MODELS 7100 MERCURY warranty. $16,000.
1.9% FIN. UP TO 48 MTHS Justin 941-350-2428 dir.
'VrCln"lV"'*-'IFM- 1989 GRAND MARQUIS LS, 2004 MERCURY GRAND
1-800-259-4232 70K, good cond, won't last 2004 MERCURY GRAND
$1895/obo (941Y697-8005 MARQUIS LS (Best models)
11k miles, leather, CD, lum-
7090 LINCOLN 1995 Cougar XR7, 2 dr., V8, bar, alloys, full fact warr.
auto, AC, sun roof, nice, hi New cond. $18,500. Justin,
1985 TOWN CAR 5.0 V8, sun hwy mi.$1950.941-629-6119 941-350-2428 dir.
roof, runs & looks great, or work 626-6973
$1750. (941)-2764176 1995 Grand Marquis LS, 78k 7110 OLDSMOBILE
1991 TOWN CAR, white miles, White with Navy top, 1
w/blue top, blue leather inter[ owner, garage kept, excellent 1993 Cutlass Ciera Station
or. Rides beautiful, runsgreat, condition. $3,900, (941-637- Wagon, $1500. Call for info.
Cold a/c needs pw repair. 6723 (941-626-1908
120K miles, good car at fair 1995 OLDS 98 Regency Elite,
price. $2,300. Call between l 36,500 mi., loaded, like new,
11am-9pm 941-235-3159 $6995.941-629-2445. ,
1997 TOWN CAR, excellent GORM AN S 1998 CUTLASS Supreme,
condition, 111K miles, well 1997 GRAND MARQUIS 52k mi, leather, loaded
maintained, $6375 obo. Call LS, LEATHER, LOADED. $4900. 941-628-8869 dir.
941-276-0163 64K MI. $7,990. 1998 OLDS 88
1998 LINCOLN (941)-639-1601, P.G V6, AUTO, PW/PL, TILT
PEARL WHITE, LEATHER, 1997 Grand Marquis LS, CRUISE, MUST SEE.
ALL POWER. $7,990 54K miles, clean, super condi- $4,900
Cramer Toyota 484-9000 tion, $6900.941-637-0640 941-485-1531, dir.
2002 UNCOLN.LS 1997 MERCURY
22K MI-1LOAED $18,580 GRAND MARQUIS 113k mi. GME
\M $2,500. (941)-429-5425 G l LANSf
1-800-0694232 1998 MERCURY Sable, 4 dr. W
Runs good. 94K hiway mi 2000 ALERO GLS, 1
2002 TOWN CAR Signature New brakes, batt. Must sell, OWNER, NON SMOKER,
Series, 4 dr., 19k mi., silver, $3700/obo. (941)-764-1328 BHPH AVAIL. $6,900.
1/2 leather top w/ chrome
package. Loaded! Excellent 2000 Cougar, fully loaded, (941)-639-1601, P.G.
Condition. $22,500. (941)- sports package, 6 cyl. Black
626-9020 exterior, Grey cloth interior, 7120 PLYMOUTH
135k miles, $5,500/obo,
2003 LINCOLN LS, gold, 4 (941).637-1333 1949 PLYMOUTH, $2900.
dr., LOADED, with only 1300 MOVING. (941)-623-3720
miles. Full warranty. Asking 2000 Grand Marquis LS, M
$25,000/obo. 941-624-0504 78,000 maintained miles, 1992 Voyager, 3.3, V6,
$1,700 in recent tuneup & ser- Excellent Condition, White,
PUT CLASSIFIEDS vice, new Michelin tires & $2800, 941-625-8702
TO WORK FORYOU shocks. Must see as new! $ BUY IT '
Venice, Englewood, $10,000 obo (941)-697-8838 BUYF TT!
North Port 207-1200 SELL IT!
Pt. Charlotte Areas FIND IT!
Call 206-1200 W SLAIN CLASSIFIED!


7130 PONTIAC
1992 RED Grand AM, V-6,
125k mi., kept in garage,
must see. $2,500. Wk ph Iv
mesg 941-232-8968
1995 BONNEVILLE SEDAN,
low 46k mi, light beige,
$4000. (9411-637-6620
1995 FIREBIRD T-tops, White,
78k mi, Runs Great. $3800.
941-698-0343
1996 SUNFIRE, black, moon
roof, 88k mi., $3900. 941-
628-8869 dr. ,
1998 SUNFIRE CONVERT
AUTO, AIR, CD, 130K MI.
$1650. (941)-266-8565
2000 GRAND AM SE, 4 Dr., 4
Cyl., 39k miles, air, power,
excellent condition. $6,800,
(941)-766-7659
2000 GRAND AM SE 4dr,
4cyl, auto a/C, PS, PB, PL,
very sharp, 50k orig. mi.,
exc. cond. $4900. 941-
613-1800 dir
2000 GRAND PRIX GT, 4dr,
V6, auto, leather, loaded
with options, 63k orig. mi.,
rides & drives like new.
$7900. 941-613-1800 dir
2001 GRAND AM, white, 4 dr.
V6, 63K mi., loaded, good
cond. $6900. 941-457-0321

GEE
GORAN'S
2002 GRAND AM GT,
POW. MOONROOF,
ONLY 37K Ml., $10,600.
(941)-639-1601, P.G.
2002 GRAND PRIX GT, 13K, 1
owner. $12,000. Medical
reasons. Call (941)-639-5611

7135 SATURN
1993 SATURN Wagon, -auto,
cool air, runs & looks very
good, $1200. SOLD!!
1996 SATURIl !L2 Jr, grey,
el'eiiei running, con Frice
n'gotiarjle (94 1)426.,%j .


7135 SATURN
2001 SATURN SC 3 DR
Moonroof, CD, auto, alloys, 38
MPG $4950. ,941416-3737
USED SATURNS
SALES, SERVICE &
PARTS
PRO-POWER
AUTO SALES
HIDDEN IND. PARK
(941) 276-1671
(941) 628-1203

'97 SL2, Auto, Air,
Black.................... $2495
'98 SC2, 2Dr. Cpe, 5
Speed, Leather, Grey,
Reduced,$442-.......$3895
'01 SL2, 4 Dr., 44k Miles,
Silver, All Power ......$6295
'01 SL2, 4 Dr, Auto, All
Power, Leather, 60k Miles,
Brown..................$... 6495
'02 SL2, 4 Dr., 47k Miles,
Green, All Power......$6695

7140 MISC. DOMESTIC
AUTOS

AUTO
DETAILING
CARS,TRUCKS,
VANS & SUVS
CALL GENE GORMANS
(941)-639-1601
FOR ESTIMATE
WHY BUY A CAR!
BUY REAL ESTATE INSTEAD!
Marybeth Wilson, Realtor.
ERA Preferred Properties
941-484-6279

7145 ACURA
2000 ACURA INTEGRA
PW/PL, TILT, CRUISE,
alloy wheels. $10,900
941-485-1531, dir.
PUT CLASSIFIED
TO WORK FOR YOU
Venice, Englewood,
North Port 207-1200
Pt. Charlotte Areas
call 206-1200


7145 ACURA



GORMAN'S
2000 INTEGRA LS, 32K,
LOADED W/ SR,
LIKE NEW! $11,900.
(941)-639-1601, P.G.

7160 HONDA
1999 HONDA ACCORD All
leather, Looks like new.
$7,999. 941-429-2431
2000 ACCORD V6
LOADED, LTHR $12,800

1-800-259-4232
2000 HONDA INSIGHT
ONLY 22K, RED,
5 SPEED, OVER 50MPG
$13,999


2002 HONDA ACCORD
LEATHER, PW/PL,
ALLOYS, CRUISE. $16,900
941-485-1531, dir.
2002 HONDA CIVIC EX
LOADED CLEAN 4DR
$12,500

1-800-259-4232

2004 ACCORD 4DR
LOADED, 14K MILES
$16,980

1-800-259-4232
2004 CIVIC VP Coupe, 5-spd,
red, 4400 mi, 3-mos. old,
$12,500 (9411-474-0298


7160 HONDA

2004 HONDA S2000,
ONLY 6K. THIS CAR IS
BRAND NEW. $28,999.


7163 HYUNDAI

1998 SONATA, Auto, air, All
Power, Gray, 90k mi.,
$3,495. PRO-POWER AUTO
SALES (941)-276-1671 or
(941) 628-1203
2000 Elantra Stationwagon,
excellent condition!! 41k,
$6,300 (941)-493-0366
2002 HYUNDAI
XG350 LOADED
CLEAN. S12.980

1-800-259-4232

7165 INFINITI

2001 INFINITI QX4
WHITE, LOADED,
CLEAN. $17,980

1 -800-259-4232

7175 JAGUAR

1994 JAGUAR XJ6
60K white, runs strong,
super nice. Blue book
$10,990. Our Price
$7,900. 941-485-2277

7177 KIA


2003 KIA OPTIMA, 26K,
4DR, V6, LX FEATURES.
$7999


2004 HONDAACCORD, I
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7177 KIA 7190 MERCEDES
2003 -KIA RIO, 4 cyl., 4-door, 1986 560SL, Red, 2 tops, "
800 miles, perfect cond., full 16k, Sharp Montana car.
warranty. Green. $7000. Firm. $23,500. Garage kept (941)-
(941)-474-0163 or 637-7641
941-716-3118 1987 300 SDL diesel, I 1
owner, very low original 1
7180 MAZDA mileage, $12,500. (9411-575-
2787
'99 M I 1990 300 SE, Charcoal Grey,
'99 MIATA ONLY 40K MI only 58k mi., immaculate,
PRICED TO SELL $8,000, *SOLD!*
S$10,999 1998 MERCEDES E320, sil-
Wilde SunHo ver, sunroof, 6 CD, loaded and
TolFeeHot perfect! 77k mi. Must sell.-'
6-2607215 Asking $14,500. Call (941)-
766-9817
1990 MAZDA MIATA
5 speed, garage kept, 2001 M ERCEDES E320
Red w/black top & SMOKE SILVER CREAM,
black interior, 105k 14,000 MILES. S25,980.
original miles. Perfect 1171n' lR-F IHWrff,?M
2nd fun car!! Excellent 1-800-250-4232
condition! $3,700 obo
(941)223-8112 2001 MERCEDES SLKX 320
BLACK, 29K MI $26,980
1999 MAZDA B3000 110111W< ,,
V6,A UTO, X-CAB, LOOKS II. ] .4I '
& RUNS GREAT. $5,900 1-800-259-4232
941-485-1531, dir.
2002 MERCEDES S430
1999 MAZDA MIATA LOADED, ONLY 23K MI
CONVERTIBLE, ONLY SILVER. $41.900
41,000 MILES. WHITE. ________
1-800-259-4232
1-800-259-4232 2003 MERCEDES S430
GOLD, LOADED. $47,980
1999 MAZDA MIATAE,,1rr.
CONVERTIBLE ONLY IL -" i[ "I-
41K MI, WHITE $9,995 1-800-259-4232
,, 2004 MERCEDES S430,
1-800-259-4232 LOADED. 7000 MILES,
LIKE NEW. $57,800.

2001 Miata LS, Green, New 1-800-259-4232
Tan top, Leather, A/C, Power
Everything, Cruise, CD, 5 2004 MERCEDES SL500
Speed. Exc. Cond. 41k, LOADED $79,800
$13,000, (941)-833-0273 T,.r

7190 MERCEDES 1-800-259-4232
2004 SLK320, V6, Special
1983 MERCEDES TURBO Edition, Retractiable hard top,
DIESEL, GOOD CONDITION. Silver/Black leather, 4k miles,
$950 (9411412-0343 $41,900. 941-492-5131


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7195 MITSUBISHI 7210 TOYOTA

2001 MITSUBISHI GALANT 2003 TOYOTA MR2
AUTO, AIR, ALL POWER CONVERTIBLE WHITE
$7,990 ONLY 14K MI FLAWLESS
Cramer Toyota 484-9000 ,/ R. IM..
2002 ECLIPSE GS 1-800-259-4232
LOADED, AUTO $8,450
IR m'r[it4.ii, iIW1arJJI 2004 COROLLA S
1-800259-4232 LOADED, 16K MILES.
1-800-25-4232515,980

7200 NISSAN
1-800-259-4232

1997 Altima, runs exc., great 2004 SOLARA XLE CPE
gas mileage, 5 spd, 108K, 2V6, 4K MI. S 23,980
$2300. *SOLD! V6, 4K Mi11. $23.980
2000 ALTIMA GLE wn-
SUNROOF, LTHR, SPOILER, 1-800-259-4232
SILVER $10,500 2005 TOYOTA SOLARA SE,
*IJ,'B-r,'a. tlr.f-rJfli LEATHER, SUNROOF, ALUM
1-800-259-4232 WHEELS, AND ONLY
1680 MILES. 5455A.
2000 Maxima, every option 922-0711 DLR.
available, must see, best offer
*SOLD* 7220 VOLKSWAGEN
2001 NISSAN MAXIMA
V6, AUTO, PW/PL, CRUISE, 2002 VW JETTA
CD, LIKE NEW AUTO, PW/PL, ALLOYS,
$16,900 TILT, CRUISE, LIKE NEW
941-485-1531, dIr. $13,900
941-485-1531, dlr.
2003 NISSAN ALTIMA
AUTO, PW/PL, TILT, 2003 VW PASSAT
CRUISE, LIKE NEW. WAGON LOADED
$15,900 S21,900
941-485-1531, dir.M .i.h [-(I i,',,
2003 NISSAN ALTIMA SE, 1-800-259-4232
LEATHER, FULL POWER,
ALUMINUM WHEELS, AND 7230 VOLVO
MORE./5092A. 3VLV
941-922-0711 DLR.
2001 VOLVO C70 H/T
2004 NISSAN SENTRA 1.85 CONVERTIBLE, 1OK MI,
LOW MILES, FULL POWER, $25,980
AND MORE ON THIS NEW $25,980
CAR TRADE. /5429A.
922-0714, DLR. 1-800-259-4232
2004 NISSAN SENTRA
AUTO, PW/PL, TILT, 2003 VOLVO V40
CRUISE, LOW MILES. WAGON VERY
$11,900 CLEAN $19.800
941-485-1531, dir. RM/.L .r- ,,,.a
1-800-259-4232
7205 SPORTS CARS
2005 VOLVO XC90
1980 MGB, red, needs TLC, ALL-OPTIONS, 1,450 MI
new tires, $800 $40,980
(941)-408-8118
1991 CORVETTE, spoiler, 1,800-259-4232
auto, 20K miles on motor,
$10,000 or trade for truck or
Harley. (239)-694-8784 7250 ANTIQUES/
1997 MAZDA MIATE SRO COLLECTIBLES
Limited Edition, dark blue/tan
leather, 5 spd, 40K, new AC, 1961 Mercury Meteor, 6 cyl.
Excellent Cond., $7,500.00. auto, nice driver, recent rest,
(941) 5054322 $6,200, (941)-639-0463
1998 Chevy Corvette Pewter 1967 PLYM. SPORT FU, -
Auto, Fully Loaded. Adult dr., numbers matching ,r
owned, 20k mi., perfect Been sitting, needs res-ored
$24,995, (941)-204-2141 $2000. obo & 1974 AMI
HORNET, 6 cyl. auto, ncl run
S721ninTOYOTA g, no title, make ller
72101TOYOTA (94!-637-7655

1987 CELICA ST, trans good, 1969 Ford F-100, trucl.
clean in/out w/title, mtr bad, restored, 4 WD, new ti-e &
$150/obo. 941-623-5008 rims. Extra parts, $1,z'.1.1
takes all. *SOLD*
1989 Camry 4 dr. Sedan
w/sunroof, Red, never been 1973 Chevy Z-28, all orgrnai,
wrecked. Tip top condition. Ask- NADA value, $25-$34K. M )e
ing $2,500 (941-4834924 offer, (941)-624-0902
1993 Corolla, custom Pearl 1983 CADI COUPE DEILLE
While paint. r,, Lody i ,r 48 700 MI, IMMACULATE'
e^ir3 -S2.200 obc. l9aIr. 94i 9-56 :
3,.03074 LEAVE MS,
1993 CAMRY WAGON, ac, Store your car. I have a :iean,
i*un s io:,gd. am/fm, $3800 safe, climate control st-rag.e
,ubo Ver,,-ce .-41)-412-3334 for your antique car, tru 'or
motorcycle. Pick up & deii..er,
1995 TE'CEL ice cold A/C, arranged. Bob (941)426-1 11.,
auto, runs' & looks super!
$2500. (9411-637-1933 dir. 7252 BUDGET BUYS
. 996 Cor.l,a c, -i , F.rM
CD Olaver. e condo 41 dr. 1980 LINCOLN TOWijCA
S,,5C0 t941J 6.'.-4..95 SIG., Clean, air, 25 mrr
1996 TOYOTA AVALON, $1800. (941)-575-2287
V6, Loaded, moonroof, 1980 MERCEDES e rn:
Leather, Nice car. S3,650. 300CD, .runs super, ru.,r
OBO. 485-2277, DIr. body. $750. (941)-637-1l:33
1998 Toyota Camry, 55k d1r.
miles, new tires, runs great. 1981 Ford F100, 20K ,Tii,.-
941-625-2089 $6500 on engine, runs & d-,.e
$500. 941-473-1962
1998 TOYOTA CAMRY I 1982 Mercedes 300, Blue
LE, ONLY 60K, VERY Coupe, Classic, de,:.-e
CLEAN AT $6999. $1200. Call 941-575-22e-
1984 OLDS CUTALSS ;-,
V6, auto, air, Good transor:na
tion. $1350. 941-266-4121J
1985 MAZDA 626 GT T.iE,,
1999TOYOTACOROLLA 5SPD, TINT, LOADED. E*
AUTO, SPOILER, CD, COND. IN & OUT $1]4-5
LOOKS & RUNS GREAT. (941)-266-8565
$7,900
941-485-1531, dir. 1986 FORD BRONCO 11
many new parts. Runs cooc]
2000 COROLLA VE silver, $1700/obo 941-698-9458
auto, AM/FM/Cass/CD, 44k 1987 GMC VANDURA G
mi., economical $7995. 941- 1987 GMC VANDURA G:<,.
628-8869 drlr work van. $900/obo
941-698-9458
2000 TOYOTACAMRY 1989 Honda Accord L'.
LE, POWER PACK AT Does Not Run! $500. otbo
ONLY 46K. $8999 Must sell! Trade?? 575-C-I05
1990 Caddilac Sedan
S DeVille Cold AC New Tires
P/S P/B Auto Leather
'w' 108k mi $1225
2001 COROLLA TYPE S 875-0652 or 766-8185
AUTO, 4DR, PW/PL, 1990 Chevy Celebrity
LOOKS & RUNS GREAT. Eurosport, S/W, white, V6. A .
$7,900 runs great Weak paint. $750
941-485-1531, dir. 941-423-1485 dr.
4W 11990 Ply. Voyager New retuil
trans runs good, needs r,.mnl
$700 941423-9000
GOZILJ=t =iJ5 1990 PLYMOUTH LASER
2001 CAMRY LE, V6, AT, TURBO, Rebuilt engine, rurn
CD, LTHR., SR., ESTATE great, custom paint, heedc.
SALE CAR. $11,900. slight body work. $1S.0.":
(941)-639-1601, P.G. (941)-255-3203 or 650-4.5.!.
2001 TOYOTA SOLARA 1991 Cadillac Sedan De'I.,,
V6, AUTO, PW/PL, white/white leather, cold A/C,
LEATHER, SUNROOF. runs & drives great $1,650
$11,900 941-423-1485 dir.
941-485-1531, dir. 1992 Crown Victoria, white,


7252 BUDGET BUYS
1995 CHEVY Beretta, 6 cyl.,
dependable, 162K commuter
mi., auto,.$700. 639-2730
1995 PLYMOUTH GRAND VOY-
AGER, 130K mi. Runs & looks
Excellent. $2000. (941)-766-
1540 or 626-0213
1996 DODGE AVENGER
AUTO, LEATHER,
SUNROOF, PW, LOOKS &
RUNS GREAT. $2,900
941-485-1531, dIr.
1997 PONTIAC GRAND AM,
SE, 4 cyl., auto, air, 4-door,
looks new, good gas mileage.
$1950 obo. (941)-429-0079
$500! Police impounds!
Cars from $500! For Listings
Call 1-800-749-8116
ext 2888.
J BAD OR NO
CREDIT?
BANKRUPTCY?
REBUILD YOUR
GOOD NAME!
Guaranteed Credit
Approval. Call Dr. Joe to
repair your car credit
(941)-809-5453/

BUY HERE PAY HERE
AS LOW AS $199. DOWN

1989 Honda LX
1993 Ford Explorer
1991 Olds 98
1995 Ford Taurus .
1998 Mercury Tracer
1994 Dodge Caravan
1993 Lincoln Towncar
Many' more to choose
from! Call (941)-628-8869
ask for Belinda

DETAILING
941-492-6692
ADVERTISE WITH THE I
SUN CLASSIFIED


7252 BUDGET BUYS

DONATED CARS
FOR SALE!
1993 Buick Park Ave.
loaded. later, 1 35K mir,, a
very good car $2900.
1995 Chevy Blazer LS.
4 .. loaded, 117K mi., 1
own.. .c cnd $4900.
Economy Cars
1980 Plymouth Horizon,
4 Dr Std Nro Air 36K
Ong I Owner mi. S 1,800
REDUCED to S1600
1988 Ford Festiva, 2 Dr.,
Std, Cold A/C 66K mi,
s-0i0 Reduced to 51600
1991 Corolla SR-5, 2 dr,
Auto, cold air, 177K miles.
runs & drives great. S440
REDUCED to $1600
1993 Honda Accord LX
4dr, loaded, sliding sun-
roof, "A True Little Old
Lady's Car" 82K act rm.,
eAc in every way. 35500
ALL REASONABLE OFFERS
CONSIDERED.
Charlotte County
Habitat For Humanity
Dick Fields
Cell 941-740-4043

7260 AUTOS WANTED


ALL AUTOS
WANTED
TOP $$ PAID
766-0106
AAAA
FREE Vehicle Removal &
Possible $$$
Call 628-0557 (24/7)
* WE BUY RUNNING CARS
* Any condition. $200/Up
* Call Frank 941-276-8114
( NEED A JOB?
CHECK THEASSIFIEDS
CLASSIFIEDS.


7260 AUTOS WANTED
M.S.B. RECYCLING
Free Vehicle Removal
Plus $25. & Up
941-575-4008
TOP CASH
ss$$$$$$$$$$
FOR CARS &
TRUCKS
DEAD OR ALIVE
485-7515
Junk & Abandoned
VEHICLES REMOVED!!!!
COULD BE WORTH $$$$
697-7222 OR 475-9007
FAST, FREE, REMOVAL of ALL
vehicles running or not. Cash
possible. Guaranteed fastest
service 24/7. 941-875-0300
or (941-627-3776
For Sale good Catalytic
Converters $5 to $10 each,
941-268-6329,
WANTED OLDER VW BEETLES
& NON RUNNING MOTORCYCLES.
CASH PAID 941497-7179 OR
EVES 941-493:0639
PRIVATE BUYER, anything,
small 4 dr., SUV, 4x4, PAY
CASH up to $3,000 low
miles. 941-875-5453

7270 AUTO PARTS/
ACCESSORIES
1979 & 1981 El Caminos,
350 & 305 V8, auto, runs
exc., all or parts.
$1,295/0BO. 941-922-9577
1992 Cadillac Seville STS,
storm damage, runs fine.
$1000 941-629-5713
2001 FORD Focus ZTS for
whole or parts. 941- 286-
8822
3 DUNLOP tires P195/50,
R16, 2 like new, $50/ all.
(941-255-5673
GET RESULTS
USE CLASSIFIED! )


7270 AUTO PARTS/ 7280 AUTO SERVICE 7290 VANS 7290 VANS
ACCESSORIES & REPAIR
1W98C'hliff sr T & 0,C 2002 FORD WINDSTAR
4 22" CHROME WHEELS w/ AUTOMATIC Wheelchair conversion, AUTO, PW/PL, TILT,
Nitto tires, fits '03 & above TRANSMISSIONS ramp, loaded, warranty. CRUISE, CD, LIKE NEW.
Ford products. Less then Are you looking for used or $16,000, (941)-743-1012 $10,900
1,000. mi. $2600. (941)- rebuilt? Call A & S TRANSMIS- 1999 Dodge Ram Conversion 941-485-1531, dir.
4560132 SIONS. 7434411 or Van, like new, 44K mi., new 2002 MERCURY VILLAGER
Chevy Eng 305, short block1-877-355-6802 tires $10,500 941460-0534 ESTATE ONLY 32K MI,
w/extras & stand. Completely DETAILING LTHR, LOADED. $14,990
rebuilt. 0 miles! $400/obo. 941-492-6692 G Cramer Toyota 484-9000
941-286-1556 Iv mess. ,, 2002 DODGE CARAVAN.
Chevy Eng 305, short block 7290 VANS tJ V IA S LIKE NEW, 21,000 miles.
w/extras & stand. Completely 1999 PLYM. GR. VOYAGER $10,000. 941-240-1590
rebuilt. 0 miles! $400/obo. 1988 ASTRO LT, 91K miles, SE, DUAL DOORS, REAR 2003 DODGE CARAVAN
941-286-1556 Iv mess. new tires, bks, rad, evap, AC, LOW MI. $7,900. AUTO, PW/PL, TILT, LOOKS
Light Gray Convert otwires, starters, has hitch. (941)-639-1601, P.G. & RUNS GREAT. $10,900
forget 2002ra Seebrig Exc Runs great, int. great, looks 1999 PLYMOUTH Voyager 941-485-1531, dir.
Cond. $700. 941-815-0305 great. $2000 Firm. SE 3.3 V6, auto, loaded, 5
(941)-698-1534 dr., 7 pass, alloy wheels, 2003 DODGE CARAVAN
Pontiac Tires (4) 15" In Good 1988 GMC conversion van, exc. cond. 62k orig. mi. SXT PW/PL, ALLOYS,
Cond. w /Rims $125. runs & looks good. $995. $6500. 941-613-1800 dIr TILT, CRUISE, LOW MILES.
941426-1821 (941)-637-1933 dlr. 1999 TOYOTA SIENNA XLE, $14,900
Pro Bend, Bandpass sub box 1990 PLYMOUTH Voyager, Fully loaded, CD, Cruise, Cold 941-485-1531, dir.
12", loaded $200. 2000 watt 64k, V6, auto, A/C, $1600. AC, Tinted windows. Very 2003 FORD WINDSTAR V6
amp, $300, 941-575-0405 (941)-626-2224. good condition, 70,200 mi, AUTO, PW/PL, TILT,
Tommy-lift $1000. Diamond 1991 Dodge 250 cony van, $12,000. obo Need to move CRUISE, MUST SEE.
plate tool box $100. Both fit runs, & looks good exc, for fast!(941)-743-2447 $11,900
full-size ick-up, work, pleasure or both, this is 2000 Ford Windstar, V6, Auto, 941-485-1531, dir.
(941)766-8981 a great truck, serious inq's. A/C, Tilt, Cruise, PW/PD, 7 2003 OLDS. SILHOUETTE,
or 276-1319. $2300 firm 239-645-0627 Passenger, 36K, $8,199 PRO- GLS 10,300 miles, loaded.
TRUCK tool box, full size pick anytime or 239-265-1486 POWER AUTO SALES (941)- Great cond. $19,900.
up, Diamond Plate, new 1992 PLYMOUTH VOYGER 276-1671 or (941) 628-1203 (941)-270-1325
$135. (239)-734-2020 SE, 54K miles, new tires, bat- '04 DODGE GR CARAVAN
tery, $2,499. Must see. 941- 2000 MERCURY Villager, 56K, V6,4 AUTO, PW/PL, R EARAVAN
TRUCK TOPPER, full size pick 429-0338 7-pass, V6, 4, immaculate! AUT/C, LOW MILES. $15,900, REAR
up truck, red $100(239 1993 FORD AEROSTAR, 3 $8700/obo (941)-473-28 941485 1531, dr.
Seats new tires & battery, 2004 FORD TAURUS V6
A/C, $2100. 941-624-2952 G E2004FORD TAURUS V6,
7280 AUTO SERVICE 1995 Ford Hi Top Conversion GE A CRUISE, LOPW/L TILES.
& REPAIR loaded, 123k mi. $3,000. CRU ISE $12,900
(941)-270-0794 2000 FORD WINDSTAR 941-485-1531, dir.
AUTO d995 FORD WINSTAR, 102K, LTD,. 49K MILES. 2005 CHRYSLER T&C
Good cond, $3200/obo (941)- PERFECT! $11,400. V6 CAUTO.YPW/PL,
423-1235 M-Faft 4 pm (941)-639-1601, P.G. REAR A/C, SHOWROOM
DETAI G 1997 Chevy Conversion Van, 2001 Chevy Astro Van, 48k, NEW. $21,900
CARS, TRUCKS, great shape. $5,800/OB0. 6 cyc, ext. warranty, biege, 941-485-1531, dIr.
VANS & SUVS 941-4734631 $14,500 (941)-475-6744 2005 DODGE CARAVAN
CALL GENE GORMANS 1998 Plymouth Voyager, 2001 FORD E150 CARGO AUTO, V6, PW/PL, TILT,
(941)-639-1601 178k, transmission 2 yrs. old, VAN, Excellent condition. CRUISE, 13K. $14,900
FOR ESTIMATE $2,500 (941)-475-6744 $7950. (941)-629-7177 941-485-1531, dir.


2002 TOYOTA PRIUS nice shape. $1,750/OB0.
ONLY 17K MILES, 941-697-7829
NAVIGATION LOADED. 1993 FORD Escort SW, auto,
$19,990 PS, AC, new rubber, nice car,
Cramer Toyota 484-9000 $1,200 firm. (941)-628-0487
-01.SOLARA SLE V6 1993 Merc Cougar, V6, Plum
'i & kb.ADD.$16,40 w/white leather, cold A/C
S1st $1,500 941-423-1485 dir.
1994 FORD TAURUS AC,
2 POWER TINT, 66.. 165.0
2003 TOYOTA ECHO 194l 66-.5 3 ...""
ONLY 7K MI, AUTO. AIR i'7-9 Saturn ,r, -. r rd ul,:,.
LIKE NEW. $S10.990 ,C & ru,-, & dr.e gre t, JIJCE
Cramer Toyota 484-9000 1 .Ic,1) 941-423-1485 dkir.

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7290 VANS 7300 TRUCKS/
PICK-UPS

2005 DODGE CARAVAN, 2000 CHEVY 1500 4-dr. ext.
ONLY 12K, V6, POWER cab, LS, Z71, 4X4, 5.3, V-8,
PACK. $14,999 with many extras, must see
condition, asking $17,000.
Call 941-380-5784.


2001 CHEVY VENTURE 2000 GMC 500 ExtCab,
AUTO, ALLOYS, PW/PL 2000 GMC 1500 Ext. Cab,
TILT, CRUISE, MUST SEEPL, 5.3, leather, ARE Topper
TILT, $8,900 w/full door. See in Auto Trad-

941-485-1531, dIr. er, $11,500, (941)-661-2119
2000 Sterling tri-axle dump.
'05 DODGE GR CARAVAN Det.470, good shape, low mi.
V6, AUTO,PW/PL, $63,000. (941)-916-5360

941-485-1531, dIr. 2000 TOYOTA TACOMA
AUTO, AIR, WARRANTY
7300 TRUCKS/ $7,990
PICK-UPS Cramer Toyota 484-9000
2000 GMC SEIRRA, 66K
miles, $10,000. Call Frenchie
at 941-766-1311.
2001 Dodge Quad cab, SLT
A m Auto, Air, non smoker, very
__1 ;"'- clean, low miles $12,500
PUT A (941)-586-7678
PICTURE 2001 Dodge Ram 1500, 6
cyl., 60k mi., 1 owner, mint
OF YOUR cond. $8,750/obo, (941)-
TRUCK/SUV 276-0163
IN YOUR 2001 Ford F-150, Light-
CLASSIFIED AD ning, 40k miles, Red/Grey,
many extra high perfor-
mance options, cost new
CALL FOR DETAILS! $40,000, asking $19,900,
Located in N. Ft. Myers,
Venice & North Port (561)-628-8020
Call 941-207-1200
2001 FORD F250, Super
Englewood Areas Duty, XLT, 5.4 auto, Ext. Cab
Call 941-475-2200 w/topper. New eng. w/ 100K
mile warranty. Exc. cond.
Pt. Charlotte Areas Must sell. $13,500. (941)-
Call 941-206-1200 575-0268
1975 Chevy, 3/4 ton, 2 whl 2001 GMC 1500 Z71
dr, 350 eng, gooseneck hitch, OFF ROAD, LOADED
body rough. $850. 475-2121 S17.900
1976 Ford F250, V8, AT, 8' | 1-', IitffT Mo,
flat bed side's $850, 1-800-259-4232
941-743-8320
2001 GMC 2500 HD, 8.1L
1988 CHEVY C1500, ext. V8, 4-dr, 6.5' bed, 4WD, 5
cab, 5.7 V8, auto, long spd. trans., 941-697-1184
bed, full cap, rides, drives
& looks new. Must see 2001 NISSAN FRONTIER
$4900. 941-613-1800 dir CREW CAB, V6, AUTO, AIR
LOW MILES. $13,990
1988 CHEVY SILVERADO, 3/4 Cramer Toyota 484-9000
ton, 4x4, ext. cab, new motor,
A/C, tires, exhaust. Clean 2002 CHEVY SILVERADO,
$7k. (941)-815-1275. Shortbed, loaded, 5.3, Posi,
Some storm damage.
1988 Chevy Silverado, Good $10,900. obo *SOLD!*
running cond. 4x4, good tires, 2002 DODGE RAM 1500
full cap, $5000/obo 941-460- 2002 DODGE RAM 1500
0681 or 941-270-7802 AUTO, PW/PL, TILT, LOOKS
& RUNS GREAT. $11,900
1988 FORD PICK UP 941-485-1531, dIr.
TRUCK F-250, 351 Engine,
5th ,Hitch, Air Shocks Rear,
2 Gas Tanks 60 Gal., Ford 2002 Ford F-250 Lariat,
Rebuilt Engine, 19,150 Diesel, Tow Pkg., 5th. wheel
mi., Exc. cond. $4700 set-up, 35k miles. Exc. cond.
Florida Truck (941)-639- $31,000, (863)-990-7869
4205 2002 TOYOTA TUNDRA
1991 FORD F150 XLT Lariet, LONGED AUTO, AIR
ice cold A/C, auto, runs &' $11,9ramer Toyota 484-9000
looks good $2950. (941)- Cramer Toyota 484-9000
637-1933 dir. 2003 DODGE DAKOTA
1992 CHEVY Short Bed V8, AWLLOYS, TILT, CRUISE,
stick, cold A/C, new paint, $11,900
runs strong. $3450/obo. 941-485-1531, dir.
485-2277 dir
2003 DODGE RAM 1500
1992 Mitsubishi Pick Up 4X4 VG, AUTO QUAD,
$800 Dn-Auto-Cap-A/C PW/PL, TILT, CRUISE.
SHARP (941)743-0141 $20PW/PL, TILT, 900CRUISE.
AITF Auto Store 941-485-1531, dir.
1992 NISSAN P/U, 5 spd, w/ 2003 DODGE RAM 1500 SL,
topper. 1 Great work truck.
$2500. (941-286-1833 quad cab, 25k miles, exc.
$cond., asking $17,700. (9411-
1993 Chevy Silverado, X cab 916-0028
w/topper, full rear seat, loaded, 2003 TOYOTA TACOMA
1 owner, like new, $4,950 REG CAB, A/C, CASS, LOW
941-423-1485 dr. MILES. $10,900
1994 CHEVY S10, V6, auto, 941-485-1531, dir.
ac, new cap, 76K, exc cond.
$5500 (941)-474-3569 2004 CHEVROLET
S SILVERADO. EXTRA CAB.


ONLY 1800 MILES,
LIKE NEW. $18,980.


1994 Ford F-150, V8, auto, r.MO #,.M,
long bed, runs great, cold
A/C, power everything. 1-800-259-4232
$2,500/obo, (941)-276-7243 2004 CHEVY SILVERADO
1994 FORD RANGER V8, AUTO, PW/PL, LOOKS
SPLASH STEPSIDE 4.0, & RUNS GREAT. $18,900
AUTO, YELLOW SPORTY. 941-485-1531, dir.
BLUE BOOK $4,990 OUR 2004 DODGE RAM 1500
PRICE $3,450. 485-2277 QUAD, V8, AUTO, PW/PL,
1994 GMC auto, PS/PB, 350 TILT, CRUISE, LOW MILES.
V7, 98k mi.,. $4995. obo. $20,900
(941)-380-0650. 941-485-1531, dir.
1994 TOYOTA P/U EXT CAB, 2004 F-150 Super Cab
-1/2 Ton, 4 cyl., 5 spd. stan- $22,500.
dard, Tonneau cover, 81K mi. 941-429-1697
Exc. Cond. $5000. (941)-627- 2004 NISSAN XTERRA
5703 V6, AUTO, PW/PL, CD,
1995 FORD F150 Eddie CRUISE, LIKE NEW
Bauer 4x4, V8, auto, A/C, $16,900
loaded,, long bed, exc. 941-485-1531, dir.
cond. 58k orig mi., $6500 2002 FORD F-150 V8
941-613-1800 dir AUTO, LEATHER, X-CAB,
1995 FORD F150 XLT, LIKE NEW. $15,900
6cyl, 5 spd., A/C, long 941-485-1531, dir.
bed, new clutch & trans, 2001 FORD SPORT TRAC
exc. cond. bed cvr., 4X4, AUTO, PW/PL, CD,
$4900. 941-613-1800 dir LEATHER, LIKE NEW.
1997 DODGE 1500 White, $13-4 ,9001, dr.
Like new, 5 spd, V6, short 941-485-1531, dIr.
bed $4995/obo 9414744227 DETAILING
1997 DODGE DAKOTA, 4 x 4, 941-492-6692
$3,500. obo (941)-628-1821
Reduced to sell boss says
1997 FORD F-150, Lariat, ext. move-um!! 1977 FORD
cab, new tires, hi way mi.runs F-350, V8, 10' utility bed,
great, $7000. 941-815-0305 good condition. $1-95.
1997 FORD RANGER $1,095.
A/C, CASS, BEDLINER, TRUCK BED 8',
LOOKS & RUNS GREAT. custom built $450Q $895.
$5,900 22' 1981 Aqua Sport/
941-485-1531, dir. Cuddy, Needs motor. Rebuilt
trailer $l44F $995.
1997 Ford Ranger, ext. cab., Weeks Machine Shop
V6 auto, AC, 74K miles, 941-488-5323
gas/propane, nice cond.
$4,950/OB0 941-925-3424 7305 SPORT UTILITY/
1998 CHEVY 3500 Cheyenne, VEHICLES
5.7 V-8, auto, crew cab, 91k,
tilt, cruise, cold A/C, AM/FM,
4 new tires, toolbox, 0
headache rack, bed liner, very AUTO
clean, well maintained, D TIIG
$10,800. Call 941-380-2588 DETA NG
1998 CHEVY SILVERADO, ext, CARS, TRUCKS,
cab, 5.7 V-8, auto, loaded, full VANS & SUVS
power, 1 owner, non smoker,- CALL GENE GORMANS
'very clean, 116k miles, (941)-639-1601
$9800. Call 941-380-2588 FOR ESTIMATE
1998 DODGE RAM 1500 SLT, 1993 FORD EXPLORER XL, 2
4x4, auto, 115K, dr., V6, low mi., auto, air, very
$6850/obo (941)-270-0524 clean. $1900. **SOLD***


7305 SPORT UTILITY/
VEHICLES
1993 FORD Bronco Eddie
Bauer 4x4, V8, auto,
leather int., A/C, CD,
loaded, exc. cond in and
out. $4900. 941-613-1800
dlr
1995 FORD BRONCO Black,
leather, loaded, 115k miles,
$3200. **SOLD***
1997 Ford Explorer, Miche-
lins, 127k mi. 6 cyl., Exc.
Cond. $5,300 941-575-8648
1998 CHEVY SUBURBAN
V8, AUTO, LEATHER,
PW/PL, MUST SEE. $7,900
941-485-1531, dlIr.

1998 NISSAN PATHFINDER
4X4, AUTO, ALLOYS,
PW/PL, TILT, CRUISE
$5,900
941-485-1531, dir.
1999 CHEVY S10 Blazer
LS, 4.3 VTEC V6, auto,
5dr., loaded, alloy wheels,
exc. cond. 80k orig. mi.
$7900. 941-613-1800 dIr

GENE

GORMAN'S
1999 CHEVY SUBURBAN
LT 1500, LOW MI, ESTATE
SALE CAR! $13,900.
(941)-639-1601 P.G.
1999 CHEVY Suburban LT,
4x4, exc. cond., loaded,
Ithr., $13,900. (863)-244-
3046 or (863)-993-1447
1999 Ford Explorer Sport,
4.0 6 cyl. Auto, white, 70K,
Runs Super. Blue Book,
$8850. Our Price $5900.
485-2277, DIr.
1999 SPORTAGE 62k miles, 2
dr., 4x4, 5 speed, $4900.
941-628-8869 dir.
1999 TAHOE, 2WD, exc.
cond. low miles. All the
options. Towing pkg.
$11,500 obo. 941-493-5735
2000 ISUZU TROOPER
LOADED, FULL SIZE
59950

1-800-259-4232

CERTIFIED + 3.9.%FIN.


7305 SPORT UTILITY/ 7305 SPORT UTILITY/
VEHICLES VEHICLES

2003 CHEVY BLAZER 4X4 2003 SUBURBAN, 5.7L, auto,
14K MI, AUTO, AIR, PS, PW, PL, AM/FM/CD, Rear
FULL POWER $13,990 AC & heat, 3rd row seat. 32k
Cramer Toyota 484-9000 mi., Fact. Warr. $23,500. obo

4X4 L -LOADED. $18,980 2003 SUZUKI GR VITARI
17rTMlr 1, 7-7W M V6, AUTO, PW/PL, TILT,
CRUISE, LIKE NEW. $9,900
1-800-259-4232 941-485-1531, dIr.
2003 DODGE DURANGO
V8, AUTO, PW/PL, 2003 TOYOTA RAV 4
REAR A/C, 3RD SEAT. S PKG. LOADED $15,300
$17,900 SPKG.LOADEDSl5.300
941-485-1531, dIr.
2003 FORD EXPLORER 1-800-259-4232
WHITE.'TAN 16980 2004 CADILLAC
'. A 2 ESCALADE BLACK
1-800-259-4232 W/CHROMES, 15K MI
2003 NISSAN FRONTIER S39,980
ALLOYS, PW/PL, TILT, |11 ',,I 1nlriJg4.i. 1 I, ,,J
CRUISE, ONLY 19K '1-800-259-4232
$17,900
941-485-1531, dIr. 2004 CHEVY AVALANCE
2003 NISSAN PATHFINDER V8, AUTO, CRUISE, CD,
4X4, AUTO, SUNROOF, ALLOYS, LOW MILES.
PW/PL, TILT, LOW MILES. $25,900
$17,900 941-485-1531, dIr.
941-485-1531, dIr. 2004 SANTA FE HYUNDAI 6K
( GET RESULTS mi., white & gray, tow pkg.
USE CLASSIFIED! J $19,500. (941)-623-0320


7305 SPORT UTILITY/
VEHICLES

2004 CHRY PT TOURING,
CHROME WHEELS, TURBO,
AND ONLY 70 MILES.
/X1670. 923-9500, DLR.
2004 JEEP GRAND
CHEROKEE LOADED
S15.800

1-800-259-4232

2004 LEXUS RX330'S
CERTIFIED + 3.9T. FIN.
SEVERAL TO CHOOSE FROM
STARTING AT S34.900

1-800-259-4232

'04 TOYOTA PRERUNNER
AUTO. NAVIGATION.
54K MILES. $15,980

1-800-259-4232
2004 Volkswagon Toureg, V8,
fully loaded, 24k mi., exc.
cond. $34,000, (863)-990-
7869
BUY IT!
SELL IT!
FIND IT!
SUN CLASSIFIED!


7305 SPORT UTILITY/
VEHICLES

2005 CHRY PT GT CV ONLY
8958 MILES, LEATHER,
NAVIGATION, AND ALU-
MINUM WHEELS. X1681.
922-0712 DLR.
2002 CHEVY TRACKER
4X4 PW/PL, TILT, CD,
CRUISE, MUST SEE.
$8,900
941-485-1531, dIr.
1998 FORD EXPLORER
V8, AUTO, PW/PL;
LEATHER, TILT, MUST SEE.
$5,900
941-485-1531, dir.

7310 4 X 4'S

1986 F-250, 351 cid, man.
trans. Not running, $1500.
obo & SUZUZKI SAMARI, 4 cyl,
not running, no title, make
offer. (941)-637-7655
1994 Ford Bronco XLT, V8,
auto, elec. 4x4, AC, drives
great, 125K miles,
$2,950/OB0. 941-925-3424
Hunting Buggy, runs great,
318 motor, needs to be re-
decked, $1,500/firm,
*SOLD!*


7330 BOATS-POWERED






PUT A


7330 BOATS-POWERED
15' 1980 Fiberglass Dory
River or Bay boat, 25HP JOhn-
son, rebuilt & tuned, Galv. trail-
er, rewired, oars & oar locks,
bimini top, boat cover, many
extras $2195. 941-423-4599


PICTURE 15' 1987 BLAZER Bass Boat,
OF YOUR BOAT metal flaux paint, 90 HP Yama-
IN YOUR ha, exc. comp., full electron-
ics, trailer, looks and runs
CLASSIFIED AD excel. $3,800. (23.9) 218-
5454, also located in P.G.
CALL FOR DETAILS! 15' w/fiberglass, 50HP motor
$1,000, & 12' aluminum Row.
Venice & North Port boat$150 (941)-698-9309
Call 941-207-1200 15'6" BOSTON WHALER 1996
Dauntless, Center cons. 50HP
Enlewoo Areas Johnson '01 trailer, extras.
Call 941-475-2200 $8500 941-474-5296

Pt. Charlotte Areas 16' 1992 Playbuoy Pontoon,
Call 941-206-1200 35HP Force mtr, trailer. $2,900
Nokomis (315)292-8341
1/28/05 16' Carolina Skiff, 15HP 2003
13' Boston Whaler 1990, Nissan 4 stroke, warranty,
Super Sport, 1999, 40 h.p. many access. 2003 galv. trir.
Yamaha, trailer, $4,900, $3,800 941-474-2493
(941)-255-0969 16' Classic Lund, great shape.
14' LOW LINE fishing boat 40hp Johnson like new, tilt trlr.
yamaha motor w/trailer, hitch, ,800/oo 94426-8142
trolling motor & life jackets. ADVERTISE WITH THE
$1500. (9411-423-7746 SUN CLASSIFIEDS


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7330 BOATS-POWERED 7330 BOATS-POWERED 7330 BOATS-POWERED
16' SPORT CRAFT, boat and 21' Trophy Bayliner, 1988, 4 $$ CASH PAID $$
Trailer, rebuild transom, cyl. I/0, OMC Cobra, fresh For Your Boat or Yacht.
$450; 40 hp Mercury, Long water boat, gal. tandem trail- Any Size or Price.
Shaft, freshwater motor, er, power downriggers, 410 Will Come To You.
$500 obo. 941-637-7890 hrs., $7,500, (941)-639-1639 (941)626-9075
16' SUNDANCE 2003, cc 22' CHRIS CRAFT, CC, 1984, Johnson V4 140HP outboard,
skiff, 40 Merc, warranteed, w/1986 200 Yamaha, runs fine w/all attachments.
all options, 10 hrs. $8200 $2200/obo. 941-575-9976 $900 (9411460-9395
(941- T 697-7768 22' Deck boat 2003, play WANTED TO BUY Salvage or
17' KEY WEST 2000, CC, time, fish &fun, 115 Suzuki 4 repairable boat. (941)-623-
90hp Yamaha, SS prop, bimi- stroke, under 45 hrs., all o0105
ni, alum. trailer, lo hrs. Garage alum. trir., all options,
kept.$10,000. 941-6260869 garaged since new $22,500. WHY BUY A BOAT!
18' CENTURY CC, 1996, 941474-3282 BUY REAL ESTATE INSTEAD!
Marybeth Wilson, Realtor.
115hp Yamaha. Trolling 22' Grady White, dual console, ERA Preferred Properties
motor, 4 new batteries 2000 Mercury Optimax 225, 941-484-6279
w/charger, 2 wells. Polling Tandum axle trailer,
platform & trailer, exc. cond., $13,500 obo (9411426-2134 7331 SAILBOATS
$7200. (941)-380-8462. 7331 SAILBOATS
22' NEW 2005 SUNDANCE,
18' FIBERGLASS center con- Bay boat, center console fish- 12' ZEF, Daysailor/Racer, tall
sole, outboard,000. (941-743hr on mtr-7664 ing boat, live wells, fishing rig, two sails, rare boat, no
$15,000. (941-743-7664 platform, cushion package, trailer, $300. Punta Gorda.
18' Star Craft, center console, cooler seat, 90hp Johnson, (941) 661-2907
125 hp Evinrude, $500. full factory warranty.
SOLD-- $17,500. Call 941-626-9075 19' HUNTER 1992, '02 Roller
Furling, 2004, 6 hp., 4cycle
18' Trophy walk around cuddy, 23' 1988 EBTIDE cuddy, new Merc., gal. trailer, $4,500,
1994 w/ 1999 120 Force 350 cubic engine, 20hrs on (9411-575-0958
motor. Trailer, fish finder, trailer, porta potty, stove, new
radio & all access. Very clean floor & carpet, interior is nice251977 DA A New Tot
Priced to sell @ $8,900. $8500. obo. (941-629-2033 Rf S h1al Dat $ 5,
(941)-575-9815 or 941- 276- Call (971)221-8563 Pt Char.
4579 23' 2001 SEAFOX,
19' 1990 KEYWEST CC2300CC,. twin 115 John- 7332 PERSONAL
19' 1990 KEYWEST CC, sons, tandemalum trlr. Full
90HP Johnson, VHF, FF, Trailer electronics, GPS, CD play- WATER VEHICLES
$3800 941426-0220 er, outriggers, dual batt + ,
19' 2002 Sailfish 198CC, charger. Deluxe; T-top. SS 19-" 3EADfl GT* L-I.l.d.
5HP 4 stroke Yamaha w/156 props. Finan. avail. Call ite,,-it m e,i,:.r ,.c. ri, .rr.. 3
hrs, ssprop. Dual batteries Billy at 629-9666. sweater in'great cond. Fast'
Incd trailer, fitted cover &
/switch, baitwell, FF, GPSh- 23' SeaSwirl, 2002, Walk access. $4850. 9414934224
bimini top, raw water wash- e. Around Cuddy, Fishing. Boat, Sao
down, trailer & much more. 20 h.p. EFI Yamaha Hard 1999 Seadoo SPX with trailer
Super clean & ready to go. Top, Flood Lights Live Wells, Like new. $2,900/pbo.
$15,995 Ron (941)400-7060 80 hrs., 1 Owner, Absolutely 429-9536 or 941-661-5335,
or aft 5PM (941)423-0748. 52 2003 SEADOOGTI-LE, 10 hrs,
19' 2005 Maria Bowrider, 9( perfect, extended wi3rra3-t,.'
190HP 10, brand new, 16 hrs. 999 i .a, ,L, TI .:.T. 7i.5
$19,500 (941)-232-6605 26' 1986 Bayliner our,. p ,r-ec 20 ,3 t il, a -
19' MAKO, 2000, 135 Merc, I/O er w/acces., $10,000. obo.
CC, TT, trol mtr, extras, as 941-809-0126 941-764-1032.
new $14,200 (941)-6984796,
27' 1991 BAYLINER Sun-
20' 1990 WELLCRAFT CC, T- Bridge: 305hp Mercruis- 7333MISC.
top, 150hp Yamaha, New tan- ers, Galley, DF, VHF. BOATS/WATER SPORTS
dem trailer. GPS, FF, SS, $9800 Camper Canvas, Great
941-266-2368 or 2664478 Condition Asking $14,600 9.', 12 .EAW,.nTH,,
20' 1999 TYPHOON deck OBO Call (941)429-2350 inflatable dinghy, good condi-
boat, 115 Yamaha OB, very o tion $425. 941-5054583'
hrs. Custom bimini, live bait 28' Twin Engine Cabin Cruiser BOAT $ 9 .(1-
wells, GPS, custom trailer, on Trailer- Boat $3,000, Trail- JOHN BOAT, $295/obo. (941)-
$15,000. (941)-613-1741 er $1,000. Price Firm. Cash 623-3720
20' Actioncraft, 1997, 200 Only. 610-704-6570 PADDLE BOAT, SEATS 4,
h.p. Merc. 1998, pole plat- 30' 1984 SEARAY rare sedan 600LB CAP. $350.
form, graphite pole, Great flybridge, new interior carpet, 941-624-3441
White trolling motor, trim tabs, CD, 5.7 MercCruiser, dual sta- PLAYMATE 4-seat paddle
alum. trailer, $18,500, (941)- tions, surveyed at $29,000. boat, $395. Bimini top, runs
639-3724 Bring offer. 941-232-0473 like a dream. S 0 L D
20' AQUASPORT 1996 Center 34' 1988 WELLCRAFT GRAN
Console, Johnson Commercial SPORT, 350 hrs. on FWC, 330 7334 OUTBOARD/
motor, new F/F & ship to shore HP Merc Cruisers w/ V drive. MARINE ENGINES
radio. $12k or trade for motor- Boat is hurricane damaged,
cyle or jet skis. 941-266-2813 not sunk, all damage above 1995 Johnson 25hp, 20"
20' RANGER, center console, rub rail. $16,500. (941)-505- shaft w/control box. Exc
fishing boat, live wells, bimini 0250 Cond. $1000 (941)497-4501
.top, leaning post, Ranger trail-
er, needs engine work. 2002 MERCURY4 stroke, 6hp
$3,700 make offer.626-9075 42' JEFFERSON, MOTOR l250sha. (941)-833 2/07261
-,.21' Sailfish Bay Boat, 2004, YACHT, $great live aboard,
SCenter Console, 150 h.p. twin diesels, 2 staterooms, 2 2003 SUZUKI 15HP 4 stroke,
SYamaha eii,,r,, Ti-p. Fish & heads, great condition. Please electric start, $2000. (941)-
'epir, Fnr,,'vr Cushion Pkg., call 941-637-7172 661-9647
Full Warranty, Live' Wells, New Bat Charieys Vitim c 2
a $22,900, (941)- Berkeley Jet Drive w/ Jetova- Boat Charls Victim, 2000
.26-90. tor Model 1.ICA w/18' Johnson 150HP, V6, 15 org.
.. .- ... . .. ...... n, r , i t..,,, h,r. incl. d ..h, throttle &
21 Sea 4,,.. 10 l SundecK, not running, trair ,-r: lueiilj 1 er,,ig .'..rlro'i. harnesses,
199' L5 rL Merc cruiser 310 $2000 941-629-5713 .' c -'..t,.:4-11-6294045
d. r AM F'.1 t e *i. ** ****,***t EVINRUDE, 35 HP, electric
indr AM Fr..ne 3,r Donations Needed start, 2-stroke, $600 obo. Call
tii,,n, oc. t,,..... ::.oc,'i Boat Donations Needed 941-268-9622
cover. .t 9,'o Non-Profit for
4-1.4n3 9'' Health & Fitness HONDA 8 HP, X long shaft
21 CeCpcr,, 1202, e i- Supports Special Needs 2001, 4-stroke, low hrs, good
Iran 1i0 rr.'. o:r,' 150 .p. Call Dennis (800)488-6745 cond, $1200. 194 i. i0 e.i :.'
" 'iTiah. i: 14.900 ob,: n'41i. "" Free Pick Up**** HONDA C, 1 LONG SHAFT,
624-0902 4 STF.O'VE, $300.


.:.')man .j,- t :,1c 24', 1978
L T i, i ; .', alum trir,
reed; 'rng., & TL'. '_ i .


(941)-473-3593 ,

stroke, 4 hours, long shaft,
$1200 941429-1253 ,


7336 BOAT STORAGE/
DOCKING
ENGL. Boat Slip, 5 min. to
Stump Pass. No bridges. Water &
elec. $250/mo.c (9411662-0370
WANTED- BOAT SLIP 2-3 mth
rental for 31' power boat.
Venice area. (941)-484-3901

7338 MARINE SUPPLY
& EQUIP.
2 DAVITS, manual, You haul.
$100. obo (941)-629-3738
APELCO VHS, $75; Standard
Horizon VHS $50; Cybernet
marine stereo $75. Call 941-
505-1488.
BOAT SUPPLIES
AT GREAT BARGAINS
941-809-0126
BOAT LIFT, 8000 lbs. capaci-
ty, 2-3/4 hp electric lists with
hardware, $500 SOLD!

7339 CANOES/
KAYAKS
1x .. A' .. .. . .


7341 TRAILER &
ACCESSORIES
TRAILER (UTILITY) 6'X12'
$700 OBO. 941-764-7939
UTILITY TRAILER, 8 ft. Long X
6 ft. Wide $350. Call 941-
764-6438
Utility trailer, single axle, need
of repairs, FREE.
"GONE*
WANTED-14X7 Enclosed utili-
ty trailer in excellent condi-
tion. call 941-743-4911

7360 CYCLES/MOPEDS/
SCOOTERS
1980 GS750 SUZUKI back-
rest, saddlebags, luggage
rack. Great condition $1,250.
941429-6197
1982 YAMAHA 550 MAXIM,
4CYL., DOES NOT RUN $500
OBO. 941-7647939
1985 Honda Goldwing, beauti-
ful condition. New starter &
state, $4,000, illness forces
sale. (941)-380-1770



7360 CYCLES/MOPEDS/
SCOOTERS
2003 Suzuki Bandit 1200,
stone stock, low mil, adult
owned, like new, w/many
xtras, Fast!, silver w/blk tank
bra, $5875, 941-268-1500
2003 YAMAHA TTR125, hard-
ly used, perfect shape,
$1600. **SOLD**
2004 Honda 250 Rebel Cruis-
er, 3k miles, like brand new,
$2900 obo 766-9239 Iv msg
2004 HONDA SHADOW AERO,
650 miles. Must sell. Show-
room condition with extras.
$5500 941-639-6055
between 6-8 pm.
2005 Honda Shadow 600cc,
Pearl White w/Grey, extended
warranty, 327 mi., $7,000,
(941-255-6962
HARLEY DAVIDSON 1996
Soft Tail Heritage, Mint cond.
941-266-8500 $12,500.00
MOPEDS, 3, need repair,"
mostly complete. $85. 941-
255-5327 or 863-244-9197


Lane, 16D Jawyer square
stern w/trailer, paddles, 1997 HONDA VFR750F, 17K 7365 ATV
seats, life jackets. $500, mi. Red & black. Exc. Condi-
(941)-456-3845 tion. Extras. Sell quick. 2002 ATV 4X4, $3000. 941-
KAYAKS & CANOES $3800. (941)-2284497 473-8692 after 4pm
SALES. RENTAL, EQUIP. 1. i98 HA4LEt HERITAGE Soft 2004 2 STROKE Yamaha
LARGEST SELECTION IN )ai clai si, 5,01:00 ,Tie.u Blaster- low hours, needs new
SOUTHWEST FLORIDA many extras, mint, $15,000. frame. Paid $36Q00/brand
ESTERO RIVER Call 941-764-6805 new, ASKING $1500:
(239) 992-4050 1999 HOUDA HELI Wy50c.:, (941)423-2228, call aft 6pm
PELICAN-15.5 canoe with pad- new tires, 7,500 mi., extra WANTED: ATV 4 Wheeler
dies from Sports Authority nice. $2,300. *SOLD* Any make, Running or not.
$300. (863)1-993-2972 2000 YAMAHA Rl, garage PIs. call 941-746-0973
Try a Kayak FREE Sat 11-2 kept, 8900 mi, $6200
Ackerman Park, Sara. (941)457-9522 7370 CAMPERS/
Economy Tackle 6018S ,200 1 arey DyGI, TRAVELTRAILERS
rSport. F WAnITED 1, 5.6' alum canoe, miles, luggage bags. back '05 40' 2BR, 3 elec. slides,
gooc ..-:,.d 194 li-..250456 rect. $,12,000 19411.255- 5th wheel, dishwasher, no
or (94)11 .:6.iSt'..3i 5171 storm damage, 2ACs, extras.
2001 HD e ge So $33,500/obo. 727-642-2536
7341 TRAILER & 1 Howner, 1400ir lotS 1984 RESORT Travel Trailer,
ACCESSORIES eiras Sl5.C50' 4i c 23', sleeps 8. Air, micro, fur-
S 9642230 or ,4-252.010., nished, $2,300obo 426-2811
It, DIJAL A'EL TPAILER i 00 Vi' MC'' ,moor .-coc,er 1994 26" Mallard 5th wheel
4 4 3h692 IFe ne, 9L91 m, ,de6 grer, by Fleetwood AC, Kit., Bath,
$1,200. (941) 637-1548. sips 6, Exc. Cond. $5500
(863)494-5975
2003 GSXR 1000, Power 1999 F oo 2' 5th
4'X 8' w/side rails, purchased Commander, pipe, 2000 mi.,1 1999 3'Flees uts', 32' 5t
in 4/04. Exc. cond. $425, $8,500/obo, (941416-1033 telite disc, generator, adio,
(941)766-7181 7 teilte disc, generator, radio,
(941-766-1817 2003 Harley Davidson FLST CD. Immaculate cond.
5' x 10' CARGO TRAILER, Rear Anniv. Edition, pearl white, fat- $19,500. Under pining, set
door, new tires, Exc. Cond. boy, 2500 mi. Ask' $17,500. up, ready to occupy. 6400
$1000.*SOLD* Must sell. 813-3904174 Taylor Rd Lot 1212. Punta
Boat Trailer, twin axle, 2003 KAWASAKI, Vulcan, 800' Gorda 941-575-9323
w/brakes, new tires, 22'-24', classic, 48 actual miles, war- 2 BEDROOMS Franklin 2005,
boat. $400, **SOLD** ranty, extras, showroom 3 Slideouts, loaded, $25,800.
m cond. $5900 (941)-698-1323 Will deliver. 941-268-6011
2003 H-D Road King, low mi., 2000 Komfort TT 25' w/slide,
BOAT TRAILER, 2004, brand extras, must see! Exc. cond. queen bed, 2 swivel'rockers,
new. used once. tandem bunk, $15,000, (941)-255-3817 2 drs. $7500. 941-769-2276


9000 Ibs. capacity 22-26', 4
wheel disc brake, $2700. Call
732-740-5611.
Brand new 12 X 6, Horton
Cargo Trailer. Never been on
the road. $2,700, (941)-625-
5112
Car hauler, dual axle, all steel,
full floor, brakes, 20'Lx8'W.
$1,200/OB0 941-475-2121
ENC. trailer, 6x12, white, 2
mos. :-'i, uijed orily once.
$2800. 626-1664
NEW BOAT TRAILERS AT
Dealer Cost. Credit Cards
Accepted. WEST COAST
TRAILER (941)698-9902
REESE 22K 5th Wheel Hitch,
$200. Please call (9411-743-
6432 or (941)-628-3971
TRAILER 10'Lx6'4"W, dual
axle, ex hvy duty, needs floor,
all steel. $550/obo 475-2121
TRAILER, 4'x6', $400, Red,
steel mesh frame, new, used
once. PC. 941-766-0092


7370 CAMPERS/
TRAVELTRAILERS
2000 PROWLER LS 26' TT,
fiberglass ext., queen bed,
neutral colors, dishes & linens
incl. exc. cond. $7000. (941)-
639-5851
2002 JAYCO Eagle, 28' 5th
wheel 2 slides, Ig liv. area
island kit. Oak cabinets, pic-
ture window in rear, color TV &
VCR incl. Asking $24,000.
(863)494-4780 or 863-993-
2111 leave mesg for site 95.
2003 Franklin 40' w/3
electric slides, queen bed, full
bath, central air/heat, w/d,
d/w, awning, loaded.
$22,500 941-743-2628
2004 40' BRECKENRIDGE
Park Model in Arcadia Adult
Park. Skirted, shed, W/D.
Lots of extras, 31K Can be
moved. Cell (815)-222-9603
2005 40' Park Model Tr.Trl,
dual A/C, 3 push-outs, full
size bath, used 4 months,
$7,000. down, take over pay-
ments. (941) 639-1392 eves,
(941) 637-6984 week days.
2005 35" Design 5th Wheel 2
power slides, W/D, Sips 6,
Spacious int. $24, 900 (812)-
987-2473 will deliver
2005 27' DUTCHMEN Lite,
rear bunks, loaded, new.
$12,000. (941)-629-8781
26' Trailmanor a/c, sips 6
$3,500
(941)-426-3308

GENE
GORMAN'S
27" 2004 NOMAD TRAVEL
TRAILER, SLIDEOUT,
KING. SIZE BED,
2 BUNK BEDS,
KITCHEN, TOW PKG.
INCL., "BRAND NEW"
$15,300.
(941)-639-1601, P.G
27' Airstream 1977, Hurri-
cane proof, exc. cond.,
$6,500, (941)-575-4684
30' 2005 COUGAR, Sleeps
10, used only once. $19,995.
(941-235-9669
30' TT, air, full bath, avail. Feb.
$4500. 941- 625-3510.
32' CELEBRITY "Presidential",
2001, Qn bed, 1 slideout,
W/D, new refrig, bathtub/
shower, fully equipped, as
new cond. $13,950 (941)-
918-0563
35' RV, 2005 Heritage full
slide, a/c, awning, fully' self
contained $16,500 628-0296


7370 CAMPERS/
TRAVELTRAILERS
37', 2005 SPRINGDALE, Lux-
ury, appliances never used, 2
full bedrooms, full bath, 2.
slide outs, 4 months old, ask-
*ing $23,500. 941-235-1454.
40' IMPALA 2005, 3 slides, 2
Bdr., air, W/D, triaxle, more.
$26,999 obo. 813-391-6248
BEST CASH PRICE
for your RV's, Travel
Trailers, Generators.
(941) 623-3742 or
(352)-279-3281
I BUY Travel Trailers, 5th
Wheels & Park Models. Pay
Cash/Top dollar. Call Dave
(813)-713-3217
Sunline, 1998, 26', A/C,
Awning, rear bed, like new
$7,000 941-932-2485

7380 MOTOR HOMES/
RVs
1988 SHASTA 28' FORD
78K, gen, air, Sleeps 6
$6000. 941-492-6698


1989 PACE ARROW, sleeps 6,
fully equipped, needs batter-
ies. $10,000 obo. Call 941-
661-2816 or 941-766-1994
1990 27' Rockwood Class C
motor home, 32K mi.,. non
smokers, book is $11,000.
$6,000 cash takes it. In
Riverside RV Resort.
..SOLD***
1992 SUN VOYAGER Gulf
Stream motor home 32', 56k
mi., fully equipped, diesel
pusher, $32,500. 941-628-
8869 dir.
1996 AIRSTREAM 8190, exc.
cond., 37k miles, generator,
low hours, most all options,
$24,000 obo. 941-766-0146
1996 Dutchman Classic 5th
Wheel, 27', extends, exc.
cond., $10,000. 575-7041
1998 Itasca 32' Motorhome,
Loaded, Excellent Condition.
Must See. Priced to Sell.
$37,500, (941)-625-1929
2002 Class C Four Winds 31'
sips 6, Ford E450 Triton V10
eng, 9,379 mi. $48,800.
(941)-423-7959
2003 Bounder 35E,
2 slides, W/D, continue
service plan to Apr. 07',
Immaculate condition!!
8,800 mi., Asking
$79,900 (941)-426-3883
27' 1978 FORD American by
Cobra, 43K miles,. $10,000
Call 941-624-3574


7380 MOTOR HOMES/
RVs

29' FORD 350 CLASS C,
Honey. generator, exc. cond.
Sleeps 6, low miles. $7600.
(941)-240-5086
33' 2002 Itasca Suncruiser,
25K mi., work horse chassis,
many extras, like new,
$67,000/ obo. Must sell.
(941)-505-0961
33' NATIONAL Class A, 1999,
w/Saturn Toad, Falcon tow
gear. Lg LR slide. Qn bed, 2
ACs, 4K gen, Ford V10O. Satel-
lite radio, extras. 53K mi. Both
for $55,000 (941)412-3638
34', 2000 Coachmen, Catali-
na, V-10, Triton engine, 12K
Mi. Exc. Cond. $41,500 obo.
941-627-8084 8a-6p
34' GMC, 1988, exc. cond. in
& out, 80k mi., sleeps 6, 6.5
Onan generator, all gas,
$13,895/obo, (941)-276-

0163
35' PACE ARROW 1987, 35K
mi., good cond. 454 eng.
$12,000 firm. Call for more
info. (9411-624-5163
38' HOLIDAY RAMBLER, 1998
endeavor diesel, like new in &
,out, 52K, non-smoker, 1-slide,
loaded w/99 Saturn.
$95,000 (941)4744629
Brake buddy $650, Roadmas-
ter tow bar $400, Saturn full
tow bar $200,. 941-255-0969
$$ CASH PAID $$
For Your Motor Home/
Travel Trailer Any Size or
Price. Will Come To You.
(941)626-9075
WANTED: Older Model Toyota
Motor Home 17' to 24'. In
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