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Title: Venice gondolier sun.
Uniform Title: Venice gondolier sun
Alternate Title: Venice gondolier
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Physical Description: v. : ill. (some col.) ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Venice Gondolier Sun
Publisher: Venice Gondolier Sun,
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Publication Date: April 29, 2005
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Subject: Newspapers. -- Venice (Fla.)
Newspapers. -- Sarasota County (Fla.)
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Sarasota -- Venice
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Outdoor patio



at Bogeys OK'd

A piece of redevelopment along the Venice
Avenue Bridge corridor gets another update.


BYJJ. ANDREWS
ASSISTANT EDITOR


The contenders for the
2005 VHS throne.


Banned from puffing in-
doors while enjoying their
favorite sporting event, -mok-
ers have found a home under
the entrance canopy of
Bogey's Sports Pub to get their
nicotine fix.
Ever since Florida's smoke-
free-restaurants law passed
several years ago, they've got-
ten used to the dirt looks
from nonsmokers making
their way toward the main.
doors.
That's about to change.
Restaurant owner Steve Ham-


er received approval from the
Architectural Review Board
on Thursday for a 790-
square-foot covered, outdoor
patio.
This will become the new
home for smoking customers,
said Harner, who admitted
that he himself is an occa-
sional smoker.
"As much as we've tried to
move them, customers have
wound up having to run this
gauntlet of smokers to get
inside," Harner said.
The ARB approved the
architectural drawings, decid-

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No sludge dumped


on airport property


BY JJ. ANDREWS
ASSISTANT EDITOR


THIS SECTION 18A
In sight
Will VHS take yet another
sports title?


Sarasota Count- Health
Department has concluded
e,,ahatWaive'ssewage plant did
not dump wastewater sludge
at Venice Municipal Airport,,
answering earlier accusauons
on a local resident's Web site.
Claims were made in lan-
uary by jJuhin Partten's online
site that sewage dumping at
the airport has gone on for
years in order to avoid fees at
the county landfill and to get
rid of excess sewage. He also
accused city officials, includ-
ing Mayor Dean Calamaras,
of attempting to cover the
practice up.
"After reviewing those re-
suilts and comparing them to
wastewvater sludge results


from the city of Venice waste-
water plant over a four-quar-
ter period in 2004, my conclu-
sion is the soils and debris
dumped at the airport do not
contain wastewawr sludgee,,',
wrote Rob Bolesta of the
county health department in
his report.
County health officials
took a series of six soil sam-
ples and conducted both in-
house and private lab testing.
Both sets came back negative,
according to Bolesta.
His report closes by stating
no further health department
investigating will l4e done.
'Hearsay'
This is one of many accu-
sations by Patten of improper

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Traveling Vietnam Wall in Sarasota

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his wife, Anne, looks on. The wall is on display at Ed Smith Stadium in Sarasota. See more
photos on Page 16A. ,


The results are in: FCAT writing scores rise statewide


Writing scores rose for students something to
celebrate but so did the standards, which
could make it harder for schools to make the
grade under Bush's A+ plan.


BY GREG GILES
STAFF WRITER


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The results are in for the
2005 FCAT writing tests.
Students did better, but be-
cause of rising standards for
schools, it will be a little hard-'
er for some to make the grade
under Gov. leb Bush's A+ pro-
gram.
The good news is FCAT


writing scores rose statewide
and for Sarasota County stu-
dents in grades four, eight
and 10 over 'last year, an-
nounced the Florida Depart-
ment of Education late Wed-
nesday. No other grades take
the written portion of the
FCAT test.
The percentage of fourth-
graders countywide who met
last year's definition of profi-


ciency (a score of 3 or better
on a scale of 1 to 6) rose from
91 percent to 93 percent. In
eighth-grade, the percentage
of students who met profi-
ciency rose from 89 percent
to 92 percent. And for 10th-
graders, the percentage who
,scored proficient rose from 88
percent to 90 percent.
"Those small steps of im-
provement are, very critical,"
said Lori White, associate
superintendent for the Sra-
sota County School Distri6t.
"Those few points are the
result of our smaller class
sizes, literacy coaches, and
writing coaches we've been


able to provide our students,"
said school board president,
Kathy Kleinlein. "As we close
the achievement gap, Super-
intendent Gary Norris' 'Next
Generation' learning pro-
gram will even add more
points to those scores."
Sarasota County writing
scores were at or above the
state average at,all grade lev-
els. The mean score for coun-
ty fourth-graders was 4.0,
while the statewide mean
score was 3.7. Eighth-graders
in the county scored identical
to the statewide mean score
of 3.8. Tenth-graders' mean
score was 3.9, wlile the state


mean score was 3.9.
The bad news is that the
standard for what constitutes
student "proficiency" -
which is part of the computa-
tion that leads to grading
schools under the A+ pro-
gram, also rose, which
could ,make it harder for
schools to get a passing grade.
Last November the State
Board of Education followed
the lead ofGov. Bush's A+Plan
by raising the FCAT writing
standard from 3.0 to 3.5 for
purposes of school grading,
according to the Department
SPlease see FCAT, 6A


Deal falls through for South County military academy site


A proposal by New Life Assembly of God to house
the Sarasota Military Academy's south campus
doesn't pass muster with the academy's board,
which would rather own than lease.


BY GREG GILES
STAFF WRITER


It was supposed to be a
marriage of convenience dri-
ven by affordability, but the


advisory board of the Sara-
sota Military Academy didn't
buy it.
On. Monday the board
voted unanimously against a
proposal by SMA founders to


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build'a new charter school on
property owned by New Life
Assembly of God next to
Taylor Ranch in Venice.
"The board would like to
have ownership of the land,
rather than' leasing from an-
other entity," said Dan Ken-
nedy, headmaster of Sarasota
Military Academy.
"Many on our board have
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lease 20 acres to the academy,
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school for the first few years.
In return, the academy would
build the new school and pay
the church's mortgage. The
proposed 36,000-square-foot
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2A VENICE GONDOLIER SUN






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Foundation thanked for MCC endowment


STAFF REPORT

Recipients of a large en-
dowment for its nursing pro-
gram, officials at Manatee
Community College thought
it was appropriate to honor
the Hospital Foundation for
its gift.
During a recent board of
trustees meeting at the
Venice Campus of MCC, the
college honored representa-
tives of the former Bon
Secours ,; Hospital and
Foundation boards and oth-
ers responsible for a $2.5
million endowment to The
Foundation for Manatee
Community College Inc.
The endowment is for the
college's first fully endowed
chair in nursing and a facul-
ty/staff position in health sci-
ences at MCC Venice.
"The decision made by
this group of individuals


resulted in a gift that will
impact the health care needs
and quality of life of South
Sarasota residents for genera-
tions to come," said MCC
President Sarah Pappas.
Rip DuPont, chairman of
the board of trustees, read a
letter from .Gov. Jeb Bush,
who thanked the Hospital
Foundation for the generous
contribution.
"Well-trained and qualified
professionals are critical to
the delivery of quality health
care services. Our state and
nation currently suffer a criti-
cal shortage of skilled nurses,"
Bush wrote.
Hoping for a match
The Foundation for MCC
will seek state matching funds
to increase the gift's value to
an estimated $4.7 million. Bob
Ochs, former president of the
Hospital Foundation Board,


announced at the trustees'
meeting that an additional
$300,000 to $800,000 can be
anticipated from the founda-
tion, which is dissolving as a
result of the sale of the hos-
pital.
In addition to Ochs, those
recognized for their efforts in
securing the gift were Mike
Guley, former Bon Secours
Hospital CEO; Sister Mary
Catherine Rogers, vice presi-
dent for sponsorship for the
Sisters of the Bon Secours
Health System; Sister Mary
Regina Flatley, Sisters of Bon
Secour; Mick Gardner, former
president of Bon Secours
Hospital Board; Jack Meyer-
hoff, a member of the Hos-
pital Board and the MCC
Foundation board; and .Jim
Woods, former president of
the Hospital Foundation and
former MCC Venice chief
executive officer.


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President Sarah Pappas and nursing student Joy Hardy.


HMA reveals North Port Regional Medical Center plans


BY GEORGE MCGINN
STAFF WRITER

The proposed 80-bed hos-
pital, named North Port
Regional Medical Center, is
planned as a full-service acute
care facility, according to
Joshua Putter, divisional vice
president of Health Manage-
ment Associates.
HMA, and not Universal
Health Services, was awarded
a certificate of need by the
Agency of Health Care Ad-
ministration in Tallahassee
last year. UHS has filed an
appeal with the state, which
will be heard by a Department
of Administrative Hearings
judge starting May 23, with a
decision coming sometime
in September.
Until then, HMA has been
busy looking at suitable sites
for the hospital, and will have
the property secured before
the DOAH judge rules in
September.
But, what exactly will this
new hospital look like? What
arehe plans for layout and
how services will be delivered?
Putter said the following
design approach was submit-
ted to AHCA; and may change
little depending on the final
design, which will be dictated
by the site selected and any
code and zoning regulations.
Building space
According to HMA's design
approach, the building space
calls for an area of about
180,000 square feet for 80
licensed hospital beds.
This isn't a satellite hospital
to a larger full-service facility.
It will provide a full range of
basic diagnostic and treat-
ment services, which are re-
quired by the current empha-


sis on outpatient diagnostics
and treatment.
Proposed services include:
*A12-bedICU/CCU.
One orthopedic operat-
ing room, and three full-size
operating rooms, with one
cysto room.
A 15-bay emergency room
An angioplasty lab, an
MRI suite, two fluoroscopy
rooms, one radiology room,
one CT scanner, two ultra-
sounds, one echo, one
nuclear medicine and two
mammography rooms.
A second factor affecting
the building size has to do
with providing larger diag-
nostic and treatment spaces
to allow greater flexibility of
use where there are a limited
number of units of space.
The larger units, which are
designed for the North Port
hospital, are in line with the
new American Institute of
Architects guidelines for con-
struction and equipment of
hospitals and medical facili-


ties. Larger unit spaces also
allow future changes in
equipment and techniques. ,
The design approach de-
scribes an all single-bed hos-
pital, with a toilet and shower
for each room.
The building
The design is based upon
the current trend toward pa-
tient diagnostics, and treat-
ment services being more
directly accessible by out-
patients and emergency pa-
tients.
HMA established the pa-
tient entrance as a separate
entrance from the visitor, or
lobby, entrance, and located it
near the emergency walk-in
entrance. The admissions de-
partment will be located near
the patient entrance.
Close to the patient en-
trance will be the outpatient
surgery reception, waiting,
prep and secondary recovery
areas. Also located nearby are
the patient pretest area, an


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services.
The main floor is divided
into two corridors, which
parallel each other. One pro-
vides for outpatient and in-
patient arrivals going to out-
patient services directly from
the patient entrance.
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elevators with the operating
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emergency room and the lab-,
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patient and service elevators
also provide direct access from
the dietary and supply depart-
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The two-story patient tow-
er is at the corner of the main
floor for two primary reasons:
To provide an outlook for
all patient rooms, which
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private rooms to provide
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rooms provide space for the
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FRIDAY, APRIL 29,2005


4A VENICE GONDOLIER SUN


No building moratorium



planned in North Port


The city had to respond to rumors a ban on
building permits was under consideration.


BYGEORGE MCGINN
STAFF WRITER ,


There's no moratorium on
residential construction in
North Port, and there's no
officially approved plan to
impose one, Interim City
Manager Henry Jenkins said
in response to recent rumors.
"There is no intention to
implement a citywide mora-
torium," Jenkins said. "The
only people who can decide
whether to implement a
moratorium are the (North
Port) city commissioners, and
I don't think there is a consen-
sus to do that."
Jenkins explained that he's
created three committees to
look at the most critical issues
currently facing North Port -
growth, quality of life and
funding. These issues were
identified by overwhelming
consensus of both city com-
missioners and administra-
tors at the city's goal-setting
workshop Jan. 11.


Early next month, the
committees will submit their
recommendations to Jenkins,
who will then submit them to
the city commission.
Misunderstanding
No options for dealing
with growth-associated prob-
lems were banned from the
committee's discussions, Jenk-
ins said.
"Builders have to under-
stand we do have some seri-
ous considerations regarding
growth," he said. "We have to
strike that balance between
maintaining service levels
and managing this rapid
growth."
The Growth Committee's
meeting of April 19, as report-
ed in another newspaper,
added more fuel to the rumor
when a map from a Fire Res-
cue District planning study
was discussed.
The map defined large cir-
cled areas of the city where
fire stations will be needed


when populations reach a
certain threshold and re-
sponse times begin to stretch
beyond acceptable limits.
However, the circled areas
were misunderstood to be
areas within which building
permits could be issued.
More important, the areas
outside the circles were mis-
interpreted to be those which
might be subject to a morato-
rium.
"Citizens need to under-
stand there are three fire sta-
tions and that the city is cur-
rently served by three en-
gines, one ladder truck and
three ambulances," North
Port Fire Chief Bill Taaffe said,
when asked to comment on
the error. "A fourth ambu-
lance will be added in April to
serve the growth demands."
Taaffe went on to assure
North Port residents that
since the opening of fire sta-
tion No. 3 about six months
ago, the average fire or EMS
response time has been 6.19
minutes.
You can e-mail George
McGinn at: gmcginn
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PHOTO COURTESY OF ALAN BULLOCK, CITY OF VENICE
These youngsters came to work Thursday at Venice City Hall during Take Your Daughter,
Son, Nephew To Work Day. From left in front are Josh Gozdal (nephew of Mike
Deneweth, information systems department), Brooke Treat (daughter of Kelly Treat,
finance department cashier's office, and Brian Treat, utilities department), Kaitlyn Steizer
(daughter of City Clerk Lori Stelzer), Kailey Taylor (daughter of Ken Taylor, purchasing
department) and Morgan Tarpley (daughter of Stacie Tarpley, finance department). In the
back row from left are, Craig Hurley (son of Nancy Hurley, information systems depart-
ment), Travis Hemingway (son of Kristine Huntington, finance department cashier's
office), Zachary Yonker (son of Kim Yonker, information systems department), Brian Clark
(son of Roger Clark, planning and zoning department), and Erick Millspaugh (son of Kathy
Millspaugh, finance department). The children helped in their parents' offices by making
copies, typing letters, running city hall errands and performing other chores.


CITY NOTES


BOCC formalizes opposition


to impact fee changes


BYWARREN RICHARDSON
SARASOTA COUNTY EDITOR


Although they've sent let-
ters to state legislators indi-
cating their opposition to
proposed bills in the state
Legislature that would
change the way counties en-
act and charge impact fees,
Sarasota County commis-
sioners have not takehi a fof-
mal stand bn the issue.
.Tuesday, they corrected
the situation.
By a unanimous vote, they
agreed to formally oppose the
proposed bills in the Florida
House and Senate.
Impact fees are a tax im-
posed by county govern-
ments on anyone who builds
a new house or development
to account for the impact
placed on infrastructure such
as roads, parks and libraries.
The bill, introduced by
local legislators Sen. Mike
Bennett, R.-Bradenton, and
Rep. Donna Clarke, R.-Sara-
sota, would require counties
and cities to provide credits to
builders and developers for
taxes and assessments they
have paid for at least the last
20 years. The bill also would
limit the imposition of ad-
ministrative fees and requires
a refund if the fee is not spent
within a specified time.
County officials, in their
analysis of the bills, have esti-
mated that it would result in
the loss of $5.9 million from
impact fees earmarked for


roads, libraries, parks, water
and sewer, and fire and emer-
gency medical services. That
money would have to come
from taxpayers to make up
the difference.
Wait and see
While Sarasota County
officials are taking a wait-
and-see approach to pro-
posed changes to Florida's
growth management laws,
county commissioners are
concerned about funding for
transportation needs.
During .an
update on the
proposed leg-
: islation, com-
S r missioners
Nora Patter-
Sson, David
Mills and Jon
Thaxton all
> i i questioned
Patterson the state's
plan to move
to a strategic intermodal sys-
tem.


).

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Mills


The plan al-
so came up
for discussion
at Monday's
Sarasota-
M a n a t e e
Metropolitan
Planning
Organization,
where the
three com-
missioners


represent Sarasota County.
The new transportation
plan would allocate 75 per-
cent of funding for construc-


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tag for the bypass, Patterson
said it would be impossible to
get the road built without the
funds being diverted to the
new system.

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Richardson at: wrichardson
@sun-herald.com.


Venice makes
No. 6 in country
Venice was recently named
the No. 6 place in the country
to live in Relocate-America's
list of the top 100 places to
live for 2005.
The No. 1 spot went to
Spencer, Iowa, a small.town
that hosts what has been
called the "world's greatest
county fair." The only other
Florida city in the top 10 was
Bonita Springs at No. 7.
Online relocation portal
Relocate-America.com took a
vote on more than 5,000 cities
to come up with 100 of the
best places to live in the
nation. Cities making the list
were considered for inclusioA
based on crime rates, peace
and quiet, overall beauty,
schools, safety for children
and activities such as parks,
museums, theaters and
sports.
The entire list of top 100
cities to move to is at Re-
locate-America.com.

'Dirty Bridge' agreement
Former council member
Jim Myers suggested a few
months ago the Venice Ave-
nue Bridge should be re-
named, much like the island's
north and south bridges have
been.
His suggestion of "Dirty
Bridge" was not very popular,
so government officials have
moved one step closer to
sprucing up the structure.
City Manager Marty Black
has submitted a draft inter-


local agreement with County
Administrator Jim Ley on
visual improvements to the
bridge, part of Venice's east-
ern gateway. County commis-
sioners and city council
agreed to splitting the cost 50-
50 to paint the dark, stained
concrete structure.
Venice's draft agreement
requires a city staffer be in-
volved in any bid approvals to
paint the bridge. Some coun-
cil members believe county
staff overestimated these
costs three months ago, so
city consent must be granted
before Sarasota County
awards the bid, according to
the draft agreement.
County officials, who are
responsible for Venice Avenue
and the bridge, still must
review the interlocal agree-
ment.
Despite spending $3 mil-
lion on drawbridge improve-
ments, county officials never
budgeted any money for
painting or power washing.
They did, however, budget
$100,000 for pedestrian pass-
ing zones and another
$500,000 for stairways that
will connect to the Venetian
Waterway Park.
No finance director yet
At the end of Tuesday's city
council meeting, members
agreed a professional firm
needs to be hired in order to
find a new finance director.
Turns out the two candi-
dates interviewed by council
last Friday weren't good
enough.


"They just didn't feel com-
fortable that interviewing two
candidates. was adequate,"
City Manager Marty Black
said.
Mayor Dean Calamaras
had hoped to provide a nom-
ination by the May 10 council
meeting. One of the mayor's
duties is to lead charter officer
searches.
Instead of finding a re-
placement, council will con-
sider hiring a professional
search firm at that meeting.
Two of the top four candi-
dates withdrew their names
two days before last Friday's
interviews.
Both, of Friday's intervie-
wees Marcia'Dbdert, city
accountant for Port'St. Lucie,
Fla., and David R. Miles,
director of financial services
for Government Services
Group were technically
qualified, but Black said
council is concerned about
finding a leader. In Venice, a
finance director is one of four
charter officers and only
answers to council.

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finalist for award


P. 7. '. ;E 5 ": '" "
SUN PHOTO BY BOB MUDGE
A driver makes a right turn on a red light at the intersection of East Venice Avenue and
U.S. 41 Bypass in spite of a sign prohibiting turns on red. Illegal turns are a frequent
occurrence at the intersection.



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STAFF REPORT

Sarasota County is one of
30 finalists competing to be-
come one of the National
Civic League's 10 All-America
Cities. The county will partici-
pate in a final round of the All-
America City competition in
Atlanta, Ga., June 23 through
25.
"It is an honor for the coun-
ty to be recognized as a finalist
for this prestigious designa-
tion as an All-America City,"
said Sarasota County Admin-
istrator Jim Ley. "Sarasota
County is a wonderful place
to live and do business and
this recognition shows that
others agree."
The All-America City Award
is the nation's longest running
civic recognition program. It
recognizes civic excellence,
honoring the communities in
which citizens, government,
businesses and nonprofit
organizations demonstrate
successful resolution of criti-
cal community issues.
Since 1949, more than
4,000 communities have
competed, and nearly 500


have been designated All-
America Cities.
A delegation from each.
finalist community will pre-
sent their innovative pro-
grams and local solutions to,
a jury of their peers from
across the United States.
Presentations
u will address a
wide range of
social and
community
o issues, includ-
? ing crime,
education,
poverty, hous-
ing and race
Ley relations. The
jury will select
the top 10 communities based
on their presentations.
Strengths
In its application for the
award, Sarasota County. high-
lighted its efforts to build a
socially, economically and nat-
urally sustainable cornmunuity..
It also included the En-
vironmentally Sensitive Lands
Protection Program, the coun-
ty partnership with Commun-
ity'outh Development and the


School Board referendum.
The 2005 All-America City
finalists include four counties
and 26 municipalities. Other
finalists from Florida include
Lauderhill, Palm Bay and
Pompano Beach.
"These communities serve
as models for the rest of the
country," said Christopher T.
Gates, NCL president, in a
presS release announcing the
finalists. "They are tackling
challenges that seem insur-
mountable and are produc-
ing positive and tangible
results ,with ingenuity and
collaboration."
The National Civic League
is one of the leading propo-
nents. of citizen democracy in
the United States. Founded in
1894 by Theodore Roosevelt
and other government re-
formers, it is a nonprofit, non-
partisan organization dedi-
cated to building community
and promoting political re-
form at the local level.
The All-America City
Awards will be announced
and presented June 25 during
a ceremony at the Atlanta
Marriott Marquis.


Boat mooring rules out for comment from community


Similar to municipal rules already in place,
a proposed ordinance will regulate
the mooring of vessels in the
unincorporated area of Sarasota County.


BY GREG GILES
STAFF WRITER


A new ordinance, designed
to regulate the mooring of
vessels in the unincorporated
area of Sarasota County,
which includes portions of
Dona Bay, is out for public
comment.
Sarasota County officials
drafted a new ordinance that
will regulate the mooring of
vessels not associated with a,


dockage facility within the
unincorporated area.
The ordinance aligns coun-
ty code with many existing
municipal rules.
"The primary intent of the
proposed new regulation is to
ensure that the mooring of
vessels does not adversely
affect navigation, natural re-
sources or public safety," said
Matt Osterhoudt, environ-
mental supervisor with the
county.


Venice's draft of mooring
and boating regulations is
being reviewed by City At-
torney Bob Anderson. It is ex-
pected to come up for a vote
by council within the next
month. ,
The proposed new moor-
ing regulations also were de-
signed to protect the rights of
waterfront property owners
while allowing safe mooring
of recreational vessels in des-
ignated local area waterways.
"It's 'a pretty simple ordi-
nance," Osterhoudt said. "It
tells boat owners they cannot
tie off on someone else's dock
or shoreline property, pier,
bulkhead or seawall without
their permission.",


Vessels in violation are sub-
ject to removal and impound-
ment by the county, with
costs borne by the owner of
the vessel.
"The proposed .ordinance
also tells boaters not to moor
in the middle of a waterway,
for obvious safety reasons.
Transients should moor out-
side of the navigation channel
so as not to cause an acci-
dent," Osterhoudt said.
Comments?
Under the ordinance, live-
aboard vessels cannot moor
for longer than 48 hours with-
in any 30-day period unless in
a commercial marina or yacht
basin with sewage and water


facilities. It's also unlawful to
tie off to any trees or vegeta-
tion on waterfront property
for any period of time. Under
the proposed rules, live-
aboards cannot moor with-
in 300 feet ofvWaterfrqctprop-
errty used for residefiil pur-
poses.
The proposed regulations
also make it illegal to abandon
vessels in public waterways.
It would also be unlawful
to moor a disabled vessel that
is "not capable of moving
under its own mechanical
power or by sail." Disabled
vessels moored in excess of
72 hours are subject to re-
moval and storage at the ex-
pense of the owner or person


in charge of the vessel.
,The county is seeking
comments on the proposed:
regulations from community
groups, organizations and
individuals. All comments
should be submitted to Matt
Osterhoudt, Environmental
Supervisor, Resource Protec-
tion, by mail to 1301 Cattle-
man Road, Building D, Sara-
sota, 34232, by phone at 861-
6356 or e-mail mosterho@
scgov.net.
A public hearing to consid-
er the new regulations is
scheduled for May 25.
You can e-mail Greg Giles
at: ggiles@' eenicegondolier
.com.


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ACADEMYfrom page 1A
1 The church planned to
hold services on the second
floor of the new school facility
in the evenings and on week-
ends until it built its own
facility elsewhere on the
property within two years.
Following that, the academy
would take over full owner-
ship of the school building.
Third time no charm
While the board's decision
is disappointing to SMA*


founder Kennedy, he's not
ready to throw in the towel,
even though this is the third
proposal to fall through. A
glimmer of hope came yester-
day when he met with repre-
sentatives of the Bill Gates
Foundation.
"That might prove fruit-
ful," he said.
"Now we are on a quest to
raise funds to purchase land.
We like that area between
Venice and North Port. That is
a perfect area to build a new
military academy in South


County."
"Of course, I am chomping
at the bit to build a new
school in Venice by 2006, but
that's probably not going. to
happen. When it's going to be,
we don't know," Kennedy
said.
The proposed satellite
charter school, once it finds a
new home, must still be
approved by the Sarasota
County School Board, but it
already received preliminary

Please see ACADEMY, 7A


SCHOOL FCAT WRITING RESULTS FOR 2005 STATE,
SARASOTA COUNTY AND SOUTH COUNTY SCHOOLS


SUN PHOTO BY JJ. ANDREWS
Bogey's Sports Pub had a proposed outdoor patio, adjacent to its parking lot, approved by the
Architectural Review Board on Thursday. The restaurant, is one of only two sites along East
Venice Avenue between U.S. 41 Bypass and the Intracoastal Waterway to undergo extensive
renovation or redevelopment the past seven years.


Grade 10


Statewide Average
Sarasota County
Pine View
Venice High
North Port High

Grade eight


Statewide
Sarasota County
Pine View
Venice Middle
Laurel Nokomis
Heron Creek Middle

Grade four


Statewide
Sarasota County


Students-

183,463
3,055
153
533
481


Mean score Percent 3.
or above
3.8 90
3.9 90
4.7 100
3.9 .. 91
3.7 89


Students Mean score Percent 3
or above
200,457 3.8 92
3,133 3.8 92
217 4.4 100
252 3.9 95
284 3.9 95
527 3.6 93


Students Mean score Percent 3
or above
194,661 3.7 90
3,133 4.0 93


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98.
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PATIO from page 1A
ing it met all Venetian Theme
"District standards. Work was
performed by architect Mark
Beebe, himself an ARB mem-
ber. Beebe did not vote, so the
proposal passed 6-0.
All Hamer has left to do is
obtain building permits.
Little redevelopment
This scale of project does
not require Venice Planning
Commission approval, unlike
more than seven years ago
when people lined up to op-
pose renovation of what was a
long-vacant electrical shop. -
Seven years later, Bogey's
at 652 E. Venice Ave. has
become one of the more
pleasant properties as one
drives through the East Ven-
ice. Avenue gateway onto the
island. Despite being targeted
as one of Venice's gateways,
only one other building at 602
E.Venice Ave. between U.S. 41
Bypass and Venice Avenue
Bridge has undergone major
renovations or redevelop-
ment since Bogey's.
And that spot a recently
finished retail-residential
building at the intersection of
East Venice Avenue and Grove
Street remains vacant in
search of tenants.
"By policy, we've identified
that as a redevelopment
area," said Planning and Zon-
ing Director Tom Slaughter.
"Those are the only two loca-
tions I can think of (in the
past seven years)."
Policy is not enough, espe-
cially since all of the redevel-
opment burden now rests
with private landowners, ac-
cording to Slaughter.
Incentives are not strong
enough to lure current own-
ers or developers to drop the
big bucks needed to spruce
up and redo what's known as
Venice's .industrial center,
bordered by U.S. 41 Bypass to
the east and the Intracoastal


Waterway to the west. Driving
down this strip shows that a
fresh coat of paint on several
buildings appears to be the
extent of improvements at
most spots,
Late last year, city officials
set all the wheels in motion to
apply for a Community Re-
development Area designa-
tion with Sarasota County
commissioners. A CRA would
funnel taxes generated by
increased land values in the
industrial district into infra-
structure improvements like
stormwater upgrades, new
roads and relocation of the
city water plant.
Those plans have been put
on the shelf, mostly because
of county commission hesita-
tion to give up the future tax
revenue. Instead, city and
county planners are working
on a joint redevelopment
plan that would extend be-
yond the city limits to Center
Road and U.S. 41 Bypass.
A draft of that plan could
be up for approval this fall,
and it could include a CRA
option. There have been no
indications from city or staff it
that idea is being seriously
considered.
Bogey's plan
The outdoor patio would
have seating for 24 customers
and a pitched gable roof.
Addition of new patio doors
and removal of inside booths
means overall seating at the
restaurant will remain the
same, Harner said.
Five parking spots next to
the restaurant will be remov-
ed to make room for the
patio.
Bogey's actually will gain
one overall parking spot
because of new locations
identified behind the restau-
rant's warehouse and storage
area.
Plans also are in the works
to add up to another seven
spots along its northern prop-


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erty line because of an aban-
doned alley, one of the most
controversial ideas from
seven years ago. Bogey's has
parallel parking there now
and would like to make it
side-by-side.
Key to this is reaching an
agreement with the restau-
rant's neighbor, Splash retail
store. Half of the alley is
owned by Splash, and the
other half by Bogey's.
This idea was shelved dur-
ing initial restaurant site plans
because of accusations Harn-
er was receiving preferential
treatment by the city.
More parking is the key for
overall redevelopment of the
area, according to Harner,
and a city parking area in the
industrial district is one way
to spark more redevelopment
along the eastern gateway.
Harner points to the revi-
talization of Miami Avenue
downtown once the city cre-
ated 47 spots next to Althea's
restaurant. He believes the
renovated building at Grove
Street and East Venice Avenue
remains vacant because po-
tential tenants do not know
where customers will park.
"The city couldn't, be as
creative six years ago because
of that (opposition)," Hamer
said. "No one is using that
(alley) land for anything. It
just sits there, and the parking
is needed ... That's the issue
that business owners have in
making progress there, and
that's what that empty
(Warfield Avenue) building


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FCAT from page 1A


of Education.
In two years students will
have to meet a score of 4 or
better on FCAT writing to be
considered proficient for pur-
poses of grading schools.
"Students who score a 3.0
on the FCATWriting next year
will likely be provided some
kind of remediation," White
said.
Statewide
Statewide, the results this
year show more students are
scoring at higher levels than
in previous years.
The 2005 statewide aver-
age writing score for fourth
grade is 3.7, eighth-grade is
3.8, and 10th-grade is 3.8.
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(score of 3.5 or above) 81 per-
cent of Sarasota County
fourth-graders, 76 percent of
eighth-graders, and 79 per-
cent of 10th-graders met the
writing standard.
"Despite the challenges
posed this year to our teach-
ers and students by the un-
precedented 2004 Hurricane
Season, the FCAT writing
results released today illus-
trate Florida students contin-
ue to improve," Gov. Bush
said. "I applaud Florida's
teachers for not only embrac-
ing higher standards this year
in the face of daunting cir-
cumstances, but also prepar-


ing students to achieve'be-
yond expectations."
The percentage of fourth-
grade students scoring 4.0
and above increased from 49
percent last year to 55 percent
in 2005, up from 19 percent
scoring 4.0 or above in 1999.
The percentage of eighth-
grade students scoring 4.0 or
above jumped from 55 per-
cent last year to 58 percent in
2005, up from 31 percent
scoring 4.0 or above in 1999.
For 10th-graders, the per-
centage scoring 4.0 or above
increased slightly, from 62
percent last year to 63 percent
in 2005, up from 43 percent
scoring 4.0 or above in 1999.
Questions
Written tests were divided
into two parts expository
(asked to explain) and narra-
tive (tell a story) or persuasive
- and a composite score was
derived.
Grade four students were
asked to choose an activity
they enjoy and explain why
they enjoy it. For the narrative
portion they were asked to
write a story about a teacher
surprising a class.
Grade eight students were
asked to choose a time of year
and explain why they like that
time of year. For the persua-
sive section, the were asked to
persuade a newspaper editor
whether teens waste too
much time watching TV


Grade 10 students were
asked to choose a personal
quality they think is impor-
tant and explain why this per-
sonal quality is important.
They were also asked to per-
suade the school board
whether students should
have a study hall.
"Writing is a core skill and
part of the foundation for a
student's continued success
throughout their education,"
said John L. Winn, Florida
Commissioner of Education.
"When it comes to writing,
our investment in Florida's
teachers, who have used
data-driven instruction to
help our students improve
their skills, is paying off."
Printed reports, including
individual student reports,
school reports, district re-
ports (list of school averages)
and state reports (list of dis-
trict averages) were delivered
to school districts this week.
Districts will also receive an
electronic data file of student
writing scores.
In addition to FCAT writing
tests in grades four, eight and
10, the FCATS tests students
in grades three through 10 in
reading and math. FCAT sci-
ence is tested in grades five,
eight and 10. The rest of the
results are expected in early
May.
You can e-mail Greg Giles
at: ggiles
@venicegondolier.com.


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In the wake of an unprece-
dented hurricane season and
on the heels of the upcoming
one, The Bank of Venice
announced it will sponsor a
disaster planning seminar to
help South County business
owners protect their business-
es from catastrophic events,
both natural and manmade.
Presented by Sarasota
County's Office of Emergency
Management, the seminar
will be held on two dates:
Tuesday, May 17, and Thurs-
day, May 19, 6-7:30 in the city
council chambers at Venice
City Hall.
Gary Spraggins, operations
chief of manmade disasters
and emergency- manage-
ment, has undergone exten-
sive training in the develop-
ment of continuity of opera-
tions plans. Some of the key
issues he will address are:
How much insurance


ACADEMY from page IA
support from the board,
academy officials said.
Kennedy estimates the
new school will attract 350
students in its first year.
There are 100 students on
a waiting list for Sarasota
Military Academy. At least 80
are from the Venice area.
"With the overcrowding in
North Port, we shouldn't have
any trouble attracting our tar-
get'goal,' Kennedy said.
First


coverage is enough.
How to ensure your per-
sonal safety, as well as the
safety .of your staff and cus-
tomers.
How to secure your
inventory and or building.
What to do if your loca-
tion is destroyed or rendered
inoperable.
How to communicate
without phone lines and
computers.
In addition to Spraggins
and other officials from the
Office of Emergency Manage-
ment, several key Venice city
officials will be on hand to
offer important information
and answer questions.
The seminar is free, but
seating is limited, so RSVPs
are required. To reserve your
seat, call 484-5900 and leave a
voice message indicating
which date you would like to
attend, the number of people
in your party and a daytime
phone number.


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Friday
High 85, Low 65
Partly cloudy and
warm.
Saturday
High 86, Low 67
Partly cloudy, breezy
and warm.
Sunday
High 87, Low 67
Partly cloudy, breezy
and warm.
Monday
High 87, Low 67
Partly cloudy and
warm.


Cape Sable to Tarpon Springs:
(Including Sarasota and Charlotte counties),
Northeast winds at 10 to 15 knots.
Seas 2 to 3 feet, moderate chop.
Tarpon Springs to Apalachicola:
Southeast winds at 5 to 10 knots.
Seas 1 to 3 feet, light chop.


High Thursday 84
Low Thursday 62 ,
Rainfall
Total this week 0.42
Total this year 9.55
Normal YTD 9.38
Rainfall totals arefora 24-hour
period ending at 6 p.m.
Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday as recorded at the
official weather station in
Venice.


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cludes a retired three-star
general, former superinten-
dent and others from the
business community.
In addition to core sub-
jects, the charter school plans
to offer equestrian and fenc-
ing as the nucleus of its pro-
gram.
Students will wear uni-.
forms at the. new school.
Random drug testing, which
was requested by students at
SMA, will also apply to the
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conduct by the city utilities
.department. His online post-
ings helped publicize com-
plaints that led to the En-
vironmental Protection Agency
criminal investigation.
City council will plead
'guilty to three charges and
faces a fine of $110,000 the
minimum if the federal
judge approves the plea
agreement. That investiga-
tion also led to state fines and
stricter regulation of utilities
operations.
Just a couple of weeks ago,
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removing the soil and dump-
ing it at the county landfill
without testing it for contam-
ination.
City Manager Marty Black
told council members at
Tuesday's meeting the police
department informed him
the most recent allegations
do not warrant a criminal
investigation.
"Everything (Patten) brought
forward was nothing more
than hearsay comments,"
Black said.
Feelings


complete their investigation
into Patten's complaint, for-
ward the information to the
EPA and await their direction
as far as whether his claims
have merit.
Despite not testing the soil,
utilities managers claim the
dirt temporarily stored at the
drinking water plant was not
contaminated with sewage.
That section of repair was a
gravity line, meaning there
was no outward pressure
forcing sewage out the top of
the pipe, according to their
,-Pffi l nvl I ti nn


since been removed by Oper-
ations Management Inc., the
company hired last August to
manage the utilities depart-
ment.
"What I'm not accepting is
they've said they 'feel' there
was no contamination, they
'believe' there was no conta-
mination," Patten said Thurs-
day in an interview. "What's
wrong with simply testing the
stuff? If they had just tested it
in the first place, "this would
all be a moot point."


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the nation. It was founded by tion of when and where." sewer pipe. He has filed a up. of 100 gallons per minute to
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8ASPORTS
FRIDAY
. APRIL 29,2005


SPORTS BRIEFS
puchdown Club golf
Il has spots open
Spots are still open in the
-Venice Touchdown Club's an-
:Aual fund-raising golf scram-
ble, which will take place Sat-
jday, May 7, at Lake Venice
*iolfClub.
*, The cost is $240 per team or
60 per golfer. The price in-
"ludes range balls and a bar-
becue lunch.
First place earns $100 per
person. Second place is $75
,per person. Third place is $50
per person.
,Football players will be
selling raffle tickets for the
chance to win $1,000.
To get in on the fun, contact
N like Bartlett at 504-9510.
little League meeting May 3
The Venice little League's
Board of Directors meeting
has been rescheduled to 7
'p.m. on Tuesday, May 3. The
meeting will take at the Chuck
Reiter Complex. For more
information, call 408-0944.
Football Lift-A-Thon
planned for May 13
: The Venice High football
program will hold its annual
Lift-A-Thon Friday, May 13,
before the annual Green and
White game at Powell-Davis
'Stadium.
The Lift-A-Thon acts as a
ifnd-raiser for the Indian
grid program. Each football
player along with other stu-
dent athletes will collect
jiledges from family, friends
d the business community
will then do their maxi-
bench press before the
Green vs. White game.
The program is asking
support from the community
to collect pledges and par-
ticipate as guest lifters.
The lifts will take place
kjm 6-7:20 p.m. May 13. The
6een vs. White game will
begin at 7:30 p.m.
The annual FHSAA Spring
Classic will be held at 7 p.m.
Saturday. May 21, against
Southeast at Powell-Davis
,Stadium.
-"For more information and
pledge forms, call either Pete
D'ombroski or Wayne Skelton
at the school at 488-6726.
HS Softball Boosters
,meet May 2
'The next Venice High Soft-
ball Booster Club meeting is
set for Monday, May 2, at 6:30
p.m. in the VHS Media Cen-
ter. Anyone interested in the
,.Lady Indian softball program
should attend this important
meeting.
jBoys hoops boosters to meet
( The Venice High Boys
Basketball Boosters will hold a
meetingg at 7 p.m. May 11 at
Jhe high school media center.
;Anyone who wants to get"
Involved with the program
%houid attend. The new head
:,bach is Steve Cavallaro. His
None number is 408-0661.

SENIOR SOFTBALL STANDINGS

WEDNESDAY SILVER
R SEASON
W L GB
gsAsArt, 16 4 -
*Tu Be Corputers 14 6 2
Peluso Air 14 6 2
WCAGA Trainers 11 9 5 .
Builders Specialties 10 10 6
Palmer Ranch Travel 7 13 9
Critter Landscaping 5 15 11
storage USA 3 17 13
DNESDAY SILVER
INGSEASON
." W L GB
Rugs As Art 1 0 -
Biuilders Specialties 1 0 -
Peluso Air 1 0 -
u Be Computers 1 0 -
ter Landscaping 0 1 1
mier Ranch Travel 0 1 1
AGA Trainers 0 2 1.5
RESULTS, APRIL 27
Rugs As Art 16, WCAGA Trainers 2
Peluso Air 29, WCAGA Trainers 23
Tu Be Computers 16, Critter
Landscaping 15
Builders Specialties 14, Palmer Ranch
Travel 5
WEDNESDAY GOLD
FINALWINTER


W L GB
Hap's Honda 14 4 -
'Torch Tip 13 5 1
'Custom Homes 6 9 6.5
Total Athlete 1 15 12
RESULTS, APRIL 13
American Torch Tip 35, Custom Homes
8lap's Honda 27, Total Athlete 25
Hflap's Honda 27, Total Athlete 25


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


Ladies claim district championship


Venice hammers upstart Port Charlotte
in five innings in the Class 5A District 11 final.


BY CLAUDE LEWIS
SPORTS EDITOR


For the past month, the
Venice High softball coaches
and players had their hearts
on facing Lakewood Ranch
for the Class 5A District ,11
Tournament championship.
Losing two one-run games
during the regular season, the
Lady Indians wanted revenge
on the Ranch.
They never got it, but then
again, they didn't have to.
Port Charlotte took care of
that, beating the heralded
Lady Mustangs in Wednes-
day's semifinals.
Which brings us to Thurs-
day night's title game.
It wasn't supposed to be


this easy, but it was, as Venice
put a mercy killing on the
Port, 10-0.
The Lady Indians (22-4)
banged out 15 hits against
Lady Pirate hotshot Amanda
Huckestein and received
shutout pitching from junior
Heather Laird, who improved
her record to a spotless 13-0
with a three-hitter.
"I was really getting ready
to face Lakewood Ranch,"
Laird said. "I watched some
of their game Wednesday
night, but I had to leave to do
homework. It was a relief to
see that Port Charlotte beat
them. I guess it's mixed feel-
ings. I wanted revenge on
Lakewood Ranch. They're the
No. 1 team in the state."


Venice's second baseman Kristen Bailey tries to track down a
pop fly on Thursday.


But Port Charlotte won 1-0
Wednesday over previously
unbeaten Ranch, as
Huckestein won in a dual
over Mustang ace Melissa
Dowling.
"You want to play the team
that beat you, but hats off
to Port Charlotte," Venice
coach Amy Kanter said. "You
always expect a tight game."
It wasn't.
Venice left the bases load-
ed in the first inning but was
able to score a run on Mandy
Simon's RBI single.
A dropped fly ball opened
the door to a three-run sec-
ond. Maureen Sandidge had
an RBI single and Heather
Boyts drew a bases-loaded
walk to force in another run.
A four-run third inning
turned the game into a rout.
Heather Laird and Felicia
Taylor had singles. Brittany
Hipple had a sacrifice fly to
plate pinch runner Nikki
Clark. Sandidge had a two-
run double to make it 7-0.
Mandy Simon then doubled
off the top of the left-center
fence to make it 8-0.
The mercy rule came into
play in the bottom of the fifth
when Heather Flagler-Beck
banged a two-run double.
Taylor, the freshman lead-
off batter, finished going 4-
for-4. Sandidge and Amber
Davidson each had three hits.
Simon had two hits on the
night.
"We finally jelled," Kanter
said. "It gives us momentum
heading into the regional."
Venice will be home for its
regional opener next Thurs-
day night against the loser of
Friday's District 12 final be-
tween Fort Myers and Estero.
VENICE 10, PT CHARLOTTE 0
Pt. Charlotte (10-15) 00000-0 3 2
Venice (22-4) 13402 -1015 1
WP-Laird (13-0). LP-Huckestein
(8-10).
1B-Barton (PC), Morgani (PC),
LeMaster.(PC), Taylor (V) 4, Davidson
(V) 3, Sandidge (V), Laird (V), Simon (V),
Flagler-Beck (V). 2B-Flagler-Beck (V),
Simon (V), Sandidge (V) 2.

VENICE 3, CHARLOTTE 0
- In the completion of
Tuesday's suspended game,
Venice tacked on another run
and held on for a 3-0 victory
over Charlotte Wednesday.


The game was halted
because of lightning and then
suspended because of rain
with one out in the bottom of
the fourth and Venice leading
2-0.
, 'The. Lady Indians. tacked
on an insurance run in the
bottom of the fifth Wednes-
day. With one out, Mandy
Simon doubled and gave way
to pinch runner Mandy
Clements. Heather Boyts sin-
gled to move Clements up
to third. Clements scored
when Heather Flagler-Beck's
bouncer to second was boot-
ed.
Charlotte's best scoring
opportunities came Tuesday.
The lone baserunner
Wednesday against winning


pitcher Heather Boyts was
Pheedy Spallone, who walked
in the fifth inning.
Boyts, a sophomore, fin-
ished with a two-hitter. She
struckout 11.
"Opportunity doesn't
knock much," 'Charlotte
coach Dave Forman said.
"Boyts did a great job keeping
us off balance. We only had
two seniors starting this year.
If we work hard in the off
season, we should have a
decent team next year."
VENICE 3, CHARLOTTE 0
Charlotte (11-15) 000 000 0-0 2 3
Venice (21-4) 200010 x-3 9 0
WP-Boyts (8-4). LP-Spallone.
1 B-Spallone (C), Roguska (C),
Sandidge (V) 3, Simon (V), Boyts (V) 2,
Laird (V), Bailey (V). 2B--Simon (V).


Indians hammer Riverview on senior night


BY CLAUDE LEWIS
SPORTS EDITOR


The Venice High baseball
'team would like to end the
regular season on a high note
with the district tournament
rapidly approaching.
The Indians certainly were
impressive in their final home
game of the regular season
Thursday night, trouncing
Riverview 10-2 in a non-
district affair.
Venice evened its, record at
.500 (12-12), while Riverview
fell to 9-16.
The Indian program hon-
ored the six seniors and their
parents before the game.
Twelfth-graders on the team
this season include Jason
Staszewski, Matt Kindell, Joel


Ehrhart, Andrew Tilka, Greg
Koehler and Joel Schmehl.
Venice coach Craig Faulk-
ner made sure each would
play a vital role.
Staszewski had a single
and in relief struck out the
side in the seventh. Kindell
had a long home run in the
second inning. Ehrhart had a
single. Tilka was the starting
pitcher and fired the first
three innings. Koehler threw
a scoreless fourth and was
credited with the mound win.
Schmehl also pitched a score-
less frame of relief.
A seven-run first inning
set the tone.
Big blows in the first inning
included two-run doubles by
juniors Jordan Lucas and Joe
Salomone and a two-run


SUN PHOTOS BY JEFF TAVARES, jtavares@venicegondolier.com
Brett Holte comes to home plate to be congratulated by his teammates after hitting a two-run
homer in Venice High's game against Riverview Thursday night..'


homer by Brett Holte.
Kindell. hit a bomb to
center field to make it 8-0 in


Six seniors played their last regular season for Venice High School Thursday night. They are
shown with their relatives. The seniors were Joel Schmehl, Jason Staszewski, Andrew Tilka,
Greg Koehler, Matt Kindell and Joel Ehrhart.


the second inning.
Riverview scored its two
runs in the top of the third.
Venice came back with two
more in its half on a two-run
double by Jordan Wean.
Wean, Salomone and
Holte had two hits apiece.
- Riverview starter John
Garofalo gave up nine hits
and 'all 10 runs in three
innings of work. It was only
his second start of the season
for the Rams.
Venice finishes its regular
season on the road Friday
night at Tampa Jesuit. The
school is located just past
Raymond James Stadium off
Dale Mabry.
The Class 5A District 11
Tournament begins next
week. Venice is the host
school. The Indians, the top
seed, will play at 7:30 p.m.
Tuesday against the winner
of Monday's Manatee vs. Port


Charlotte game. The champi-
onship game is scheduled for
7:30 p.m. on Thursday, May 5.
VENICE 10, RIVERVIEW 2
Riverview (9-16) 002 000
0-2 5 1
Venice (12-12) 712 000
x-10 11 4
' WP-Koehler. LP-Garofalo.
1 B-Ruck (R), Soto (R), Staszewski
(V), Ehrhart (V), Wean (V), Weatherholt
(V), Salomone (V), Holte (V). 2B-
Edwards (R), Lucas (V), Salomone (V),
Wean (V). 3B-Vazquez (R), Edwards
(R). HR-Holte (V), Kindell (V).

CLASS 5A DISTRICT 11
at Venice High
(Seeds in parentheses)
MONDAY
Manatee (4) vs. Port Charlotte (5),
7:30 p.m.
TUESDAY
Charlotte (2) vs. Lakewood Ranch
(3), 4 p.m.; Venice (1) vs. Manatee or
Port Charlotte, 7:30 p.m.
THURSDAY
Championship game, 7:30 p.m.


SUN PHOTOS BY JEFF TAVARES, jtavares@venicegondolier.com
VHS' Heather Boyts checks out an eye-high pitch during
Thursday's Class 5A District 11 championship game.







VENICE GONDOLIER SUN 9A


DIRF AY APRIL 29 2005


Geer fills void in coaching older swimmers


BY GERALD A. ROGOVIN
CORRESPONDENT

Dren Geer is a very busy
fellow on land and, figura-
tively, on the sea. Figuratively
because the sea is invariably a
25- or 50-meter pool.
In the water, Geer is ranked
nationally among the top five
swimmers 70-74 years of age
in the 50-, 100-, 200- and 500-
yard freestyle events. He ranks
among the top 10 swimmers
in the same events in his age
group in the Federation Inter-
nationale de Natation, in
which 37 countries are repre-
sented.
More locally, Geer spends
the greater part of each week-
day at the Arlington Park 50-
meter pool, coaching master
swimmers, who compete in
regional and national meets
as he does, disabled men and
women who want to learn to
swim or improve their tech-
nique, and the elderly, who
use the pool for therapeutic
purposes.
Some of these, he suggests,
"are still very good athletes
who started swimming late
in life. But most coaches are
really not interested in work-
ing with them."
When hot coaching, Geer
swims more than 20,000 yards
a week to stay in condition
for meets.
Cindy Murch, an aquatics
therapist and fitness trainer,


has worked with Geer with
the disabled and elderly. She
describes him as "an excellent
instructor and coach. The way
he breaks down someone's
stroke in easy-to-understand
language is something rare.
It enables the swimmer,
whether a beginner or a veter-
an, to improve swimming
technique."
On land, Geer has chaired
the Sarasota Parks and Rec-
reation Advisory Council for
two years, and served on it for
four years.
The body, part of county
government, has been devel-
oping for months a master
plan for the 181 parks in
Sarasota County.
Most activities in parks
have been oriented toward
youth. The new plan, to be
completed next fall, will focus
on activities for seniors. The
area has the highest age popu-
lation in the United States.
The Council has also be-
come involved in the acquisi-
tion of environmentally sensi-
tive land for parks. Much of it
has been lost to development.
Geer also presides over the
Harvard Club of Sarasota. It
has been raising money to
finance professional develop-
ment training of teachers
working with under-achieving
students. They constitute
about 20 percent of all stu-
dents in the county. A pro-
gram created by the Harvard


School of Education will be
taught in two courses over the
Internet. It will start next fall
with 60 teachers.
Geer was an All-American
swimmer until his senior year
in 1956 when an ailment
apparently ended his swim-
ming career. He didn't swim
again until 1991, when he
regained his health, and be-
came involved in the Masters
program.
For the past 10 years, he
has managed to stay in the top
five nationally and top 10
internationally in his age
group in five freestyle events.
He began swimming com-
petitively in high school after
a football injury forced him to
seek another activity.
Geer has coached since
graduation from Harvard.
After a career in education as
a middle and high school
English teacher and high'
school principal, he created
and directed a summer swim-
ming program for underprivi-
leged youngsters in Trenton,
N.J., in cooperation with
Princeton University and
Trenton State College, and
funded by the Ford Foun-
dation. It was begun after the
drowning of a youngster who
couldn't swim! Ten years ago,
he retired to Osprey, where, it
appears, he's working as hard
as he ever did.
"Swimming strengthens
the back and stomach mus-


SUN PHOTO BY GERALD A. ROGOVIN
Dren Geer explains technique to one of the swimmers he coaches at Arlington Park in Sarasota.
He volunteers in a program conducted by the Sarasota Parks and Recreation Department.


cles," he observed. "We use
these in everyday activities.
In tennis, the stress is on the
hips and knees, which wear
faster than other parts of the
body. Most of the older peo-
ple who come to me have
knees that are worn badly, or
are replacements. It's a
delight to help someone in


that situation to get back into
an energetic activity."
Geer is critical of swimming
coaching for youngsters who
compete for their clubs and
schools.
"The kids are obsessed and
compulsive," he said. "They
know their own times in each
event and everybody else's.


They practice twice a day,
and have to swim 5,000
meters in 90 minutes. There's
no time to rest. Burnout oc-
curs among swimmers faster
than in any other athletes. I
just want to coach indivi-
duals interested in being
active and healthy. If it helps
them, it serves me."


Courtside celebrates winning season


Time Out
Sports Camp
The School's Out Sports
Camp is being revived this
year.
It covers volleyball and
basketball skills. It is for kids
ages 8-14.
There will be two sessions
- May 31 through June 3 and
Juie 6-9: The camp runs from
8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. each day.
It will take place at the Pine
View School.
The cost is $130 for one
session or $225 for both.
The camp will be instructed
by Gary Halbert, Caylll Smith
and Joe DiGiacomo.
To get on the list, call 232-
5626 or 928-3433.
DiGiacomo's summer
hoops school coming
Joe DiGiacomo's Summer
Basketball School will run on
Monday and Tuesdays from
mid-to-late June.
It is for girls entering grades
9-12. The cost is $150.
It starts on Monday, June
13, and runs through Tuesday,
June 28. The school will be
between 7-9 a.m. each day at
the VHS north gym.
The fop talent will compete
in a summer league beginning
Wednesday, June 29. Games
will be held Mondays and
Wednesday through July.
DiGiacomo is the highly
successful girls basketball
coach atVenice High.
For more information, call
DiGiacomo at 232-5626.
Venice Pitching Clinic
The ninth annual Venice
Pitching Clinic will be held
June 6-9 at the Venice High
Baseball Complex.
There are two sessions -
one for kids ages 6-11 years
oldnd another for those ages
12-18. The 6-11 year olds will
meet 9:45-11:45 a.m. daily and
the 12-18 year olds from
12:45-2:45 p.m.
The cost is $80 per player.
Players will be taught the
proper mechanics along with
fielding the position. Campers
will be taught two and four
seam fastballs, breaking ball
(12 and up) and change-up.


Also covered will be holding
base runners, covering bases,
arm strengthening and men-
tal preparation.
The camp is directed by
Venice High pitching coach
Jeff Callan, a graduate of
Trevecca University and a
member of the 1993 Canadian
Olympic team.
To reserve a spot in the
clinic, call Callan at 492-4001.'
Wheatley Volleyball Camp
The 12th annual Wheatley
Wild, Wild West Volleyball
Camp will be held May 24-27
at Venice High north gym.
There are two sessions -
one for girls heading into
grades 8-12 and another for
girls going into grades 5-7.
Session 1 for grades 8-12 will
meet from 2:30-5:15 p.m.
daily. Session 2 for grades 5-7
will camp out from 6:15-
9 p.m. each day.
The cost is $85 per camper.
Campers will also get a T-shirt.
The goal of the camp is to
provide instruction of basic
volleyball skills as well as
advanced strategies and tech-
niques. There will also be
drills, competitive' games,
scrimmages and skill compe-
tition.
The camp is directed by
successful Venice High volley-
ball coach Brian "The Brain"
Wheatley.
To get hooked up, call
Wheatley at 483-3242.
Boys hoops camp
The Venice Community
Boys Summer Basketball
Camp will take place for four
weeks in June in the high
school's north gym.
It will unfold Mondays
through Thursdays- starting
June 6 and ending June 30.
It is for boys entering
grades 4-8. It will take place
2-4 p.m. each day.
The cost is $125. Players
will also receive a T-shirt.
Monday and Wednesdays
will feature individual instruc-
tion, camp skill development,
drill stations, inter-camp
league games and team con-
tests.
Tuesday and Thursdays


Sj^ IMPROVE YOUR
GOLF GAME!
One Hour Golf Clinic
10- 11 or 2:00- 3:00
on Monday & Thursdays
$10.00 per person
Limited to 10 people per session
Proper Attire Required
Call: Wahoo Jacobs, Teaching Professional
Pelican Pointe Golf & CC (941) 321 -9496


With four out of eight
teams taking first or second
place in league play, Courtside
Tennis Club on Auburn Road,
Venice, has plenty of reasons
to celebrate.
The Men's 60s and 70s
teams, playing Division 2 in


the Sarasota Country Senior
Men's League, each came in
first out of nine teams with
identical records of 41 wins, 7
losses.
The Men's 75s team, in
Division 2, came in second
with a record of 40 wins, 8


losses.
A number of the men took
on dual roles, playing on both
the 60s and 70s teams.
The Women's 3.5 team,


playing in the Intercoastal Di4'
vision of the Tri Cities League,
finished in second place out
of 10 teams, winning eight of
their ten matches.


The Courtside Men's 75s Team consists ofJ. P. Beauregard,
Francois Verly, Don Williams, Dudley Funnell, Hans Veit and
Larry Leblanc.


The Courtside Men's 70s team includes, top row from left,
Dudley Funnell, Hans Veit, Bob Spurgeon, Ed Flynn, Francois
Verly, Bill Pixley and Marvin Winager, and kneeling Sam Putt
and Roger Mulier.


The Courtside Men's 60s team consists of, front row from left,
Ron Tocco, Bill Hoffman, Bill Behning, Bill Pixley and Hans Veit;
and top row Marvin Winager, Frank Nunes, Gene Rutherford
and Ron Grens.



will also have 3-ofi-3, 2-on-2, Cavallaro. Cavallaro previous-
1-on-i and free throw com- ly coached at Sarasota High
petitions. and in Maine.
The camp is directed by For more information, call
new Venice High coach Steve 408-0661.

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The Courtside Tennis Club's Women's 3.5 Team includes, front
from left, Dottie Gauvreau, Donna Wark, Duschi Sunila,
Barbara Vendemia, Mary Neacy. Back row are Carol Larocca,
Sandra Falagan, Marian Metz and Veronica Frank. Not present
when photo was taken were Rebecca Dartt, Karin Drury,
Eleanora-Harmacek, Ilse Hattop and Phyllis Spurgeon.



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1OA VENICE GONDOLIER SUN FRIDAY, APRIL 29,2005


Rules set for new tarpon tournament


BYGAVIN OFF
STAFF WRITER


Boca Grande's newest tar-
pon tournament finalized its
rules, while the island's
"World's Richest" tournament
set new dates and entrance fee.
The new Jay Joiner Invita-
tional Tarpoh Tournament,
sponsored by the Boca Grande
Fishing Guides Association, is
scheduled for May 23-24,
dates the association says pro-
vide the best chance to land
large fish.
The live-bait tournament
will run from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m.
in Boca Grande Pass on both
days.
It will include a one-hour
overtime during the first day if
at least one fish hasn't been
released or weighed. There will
be a 60-minute overtime the
next day if first, second and
third places aren't secured.
The invitational tourna-
ment's entrance fee will cost
$2,500 per boat for up to 40
boats.
1 Ninety-two percent of the
entrance fee money will be
returned via prizes, said Jon


Zorian, vice president of the
association.
"These dates were hand-
picked by association mem-
bers, all of whom are profes-
sional guides, to ensure that
clients will receive action and
excitement. This tournament
is being formatted around
tarpon fishing and not other
interests."
Tarpon flood the pass that
time of year, said association
members. The fish then leave
the pass to lay their eggs.
The association pulled its
sponsorship of the "World's
Richest" Tarpon Tournament
earlier this month. The associ-
ation wanted the tournament,
presented by the Boca Grande
Area Chamber of Commerce,
to change its dates to produce
better results.
The chamber refused.
The withdrawal announce-
ment came after three years
of limited success.
Only one tarpon was
caught during the 2002
"World's Richest" tournament.
The winning 2003, tarpon
weighed 65 pounds, while
the winning 2004 fish barely


tipped the scales, weighing
only 23 pounds.
The heaviest first-place
"World's Richest" tarpon
weighed 157 pounds, and was
caught in 1997.
The "World's Richest" tour-
nament has been a Boca
Grande staple for more than
10 years.
Craig Lutz, executive direc-
tor of the chamber of com-
merce, said the chamber was
disappointed with the with-
drawal, but "the impact has
yet to be determined."
The chamber scheduled
this year's tournament for July
6-8. The later date helps ex-
tend the island's tourist sea-
son.
Lutz said the chamber will
likely hold two tournaments
this year both in early July.
One would be the annual 40-
boat "World's Richest" tourna-
ment held in Boca Grande
Pass. The second would be a
smaller tournament with its
rules yet to be determined.
Lutz said the entrance fee
to the "World's Richest" tour-
nament was lowered from
$5,200 to $3,500.


Sarasota Tarpon Tournament


STAFF REPORT


The 2005 Sarasota Tarpon
Tournament will begin at 6
a.m. Saturday, May 14, and
run through midnight, Sun-
day, June 26.
Fish caught must be offi-
cially reported within 12 hours
of the catch and release with a
fish entry form completed at
one of the designated stations.
Fish catch reporting sta-
tions include CB Saltwater
Outfitters, Hart's Landing and
Cannon's Marina.
Following a reported fish,
the angler must mail a copy of
the entry form to Sarasota
Sportfishing Anglers Club
with the postmark within 48
hours of completing the re-
lease form. Prizes will be given
in various categories includ-
ing weekly, overall, ladies, fly


and junior.
Entry forms are available
at CB Saltwater Outfitters,
Cannon's Marina, Hart's
Landing, Economy Tackle and
Phillippi Shores Marina.
A tournament kickoff
meeting will be 'held at 7:30
p.m. Wednesday, May 10, at
DAV 2445 Fruitvillle Road, Sa-
rasota. Speakers include Rick
Grassett and Jeff Durrance.
The program will include a
slide show. Entry forms will
be available at the meeting.
The entry fee is $85 for adults
and $40 for children ages 15
and under. It includes a T-
shirt, tote bag and awards
dinner held Saturday, July 16,
at Marina Jack's.
For more information, call
Doug Forde (342-0284) or
Durrance (371-4231).
STEVENS TOP BASS MAN


IN APRIL Jamie Stevens
captured the Venice Bass
Club's April Tournament on
Lake Istapoga, as his weigh-in
was at 11 pounds. Don Powell
was second at 10.12 pounds.
Mike Archer was third' at 9
pounds. Jessie Cora had the
lunker at 5.15 pounds.
FISHING SEMINARS AT
BOATER'S WORLD Boater's
World Marine Center has free
seminars lined up for May.
On Thursday, May 19, at
7 p.m., Darryn McGowen will
lecture about beach tarpon
fishing.
On Thursday, May 26 at
7 p.m., Terry Frankford will
talk about afternoon struc-
ture fishing.
Boater's World Marine Cen-
ter is located in the Bird Bay
Plaza. For more information,
call 412-0310.


Zorian said the guides guides will fish both events, the best dates that will pro-
association doesn't influence "Both tournaments ... can duce tarpon. The dates
how its individual members exist in the same season and picked by the chamber of
run their charter fishing busi- do well," Zorian said. "For this commerce for early July are
nesses, to happen, both must be suc- far less likely to be productive.
He said it was likely some cessful and planned around Time will tell."


LEGAL NOTICES


N NOTICE TO CREDITORS NOTICE TO CREDITORS NOTICE TO CREDITORS

OF 2005-CP-3032-.rC. ,. :.-,. .., ,- Venice, Florida 34293. The
UIT, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN the Circr ':,:,u. ri., Sara-a.ea names and addresses of the Per-
AND FOR SARASOTA COUNTY, County, Florida, Probate Division, sonal Representative and the Per-
FLORIDA the address of which is P.O. Box sonal Representative's attorney are
3079, Sarasota, FL 34230- set forth below.
5-NC CASE NO: 3079. The names and addresses All creditors of the decedent and
mily 2004-CA-006828-SC of the personal representatives and other persons having claims or
the personal representatives' attor- demands against decedent's
IN RE: ney.are set forth below, estate, including unmatured, con-
All creditors of the decedent and tingent or unliquidated claims, on
and 'FORFEITURE OF A other persons having claims or whom a copy of this notice is
2001 FORD MUSTANG CV demands against j+-. i :, served must file their,.claims with
VIN 1FAFP45X51F258246, estate, on whom a .o, :.d i,,, this Court WITHIN THE LATER OF
notice is, required to be served 3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
NOTICE, OF ACTION must file their claims with this court THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
F A W, WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS
TO: MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE
CHARLES THOMAS BACQUIE THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
a/k/a ORLANDO BACQUIE AND THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS THEM.
ALL OTHERS WHO MAY BE AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE All other creditors'of the decedent
INTERESTED OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON gnd persons having claims or
action THEM. demands against the decedent's
that YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a coM- All other creditors of the decedent estate must file their claims with
py of plaint for the forfeiture of a 2001 and other persons having claims or this Court WITHIN THREE
to it Ford Mustang CV (VIN demands against decedent's estate MONTHS AFTER 'THE DATE OF
hose 1FAFP45X51F258246) has been must file their claims with this court THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
ve., filed in this court, The subject WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE THIS NOTICE.
before riot.:., .ericie a :-,:;. ,:,,, Ar.ii DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLIC. ALL OBJECTIONS NOT SO
origi-' 21 -' f ... e....'-e "r .,:,r' T I OF THIS NOTICE -" -TitED, WILL..-BE-,iROREVER
rt at C.:.u -, F.:.nr,,: nl .i:,.. .),..h r.. ALL CLAIMS NOT SOL FILED BARRED
Flori- ti ':.r, .:. I'vr c P.:.I. .-i 5 rWILL BE FOREVER BARRED The date or fie firstpublicanion
Peti- ment. NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME of his notice is April 29, 2005
er. If PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE,
y be You are required to serve a copy of ANY CLAIM FILED TWO '(2) Personal Representative:
elief your written defenses, if any, to it YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE W. Grady Huie

on Robert C. Anderson, Attor- DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH 143 E. Miami Ave.
ney for the City of Venice, IS BARRED. Venice, FL 34285
ts in whose address is 1314 East The date of first publication of
are Venice Avenue, Suite E, Venice this notice is April 22, 2005. W. GRADY HUIE, ESQUIRE
rcuit Florida 34285, on or before June 143 East Miami Avenue
view 1, 2005, and to file the original Personal Representatives: Venice, FL 34285
t. with the clerk of this Court either EUGENE BIHARI, JR. (941) 488-8551A
before service on Mr. Anderson or 3279 Beneva Road, Unit 210 FL Bar No. 192724
rcuit immediately thereafter, otherwise a Sarasota, Florida 34232 Attorney for Personal,
cur- default will be entered against you Representative
notice for the relief demanded in the com- H. Greg Lee PUBLISH April 29, May. 6,
orida plaint. Attorney for Personal 2005


family
pers Dated this 21 day of April, 2005.
3 the
erk's i' nr F' F ISH rIi ,
Li F, F T.i IHE. ,i I'IIIIT Il i


WARNING: Rule 12.285, Florida
Family Law Rules of Procedure, Publish Dates:
requires certain automatic disclo- April 29, 2005
sure of documents and information. May 6, 2005
Fildure I- ,::,,i.pli i, r -reaui ,.r.; .: May 13, 2005
t,. .r,,',,Lijde 1r, .ii :v:r firi, ,'g May 20, 2005
of pleadings. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR


Dated April 20, 2005.


SARASOTA COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION


KAREN E. RUSHING IN RE: ESTATE OF
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT ELIZABETH BIHARI,
By:;Margaret L. Norton
Deputy Clerk Deceased.
PUBLISHED:
APRIL 22, 2005 .. File No. 2005-(
APRIL 29, 2005 Prob
MAY 6, 2005
MAY 13, 2005 NOTICE TO CRE


CP-3032-NC
bate Division
EDITORS


The administration of the estate of
ELIZABETH BIHARI, deceased,
whose date of death,was Febru-
ary 25, 2005; File Number


NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING FOR CONSIDERATION OF
CITY OF VENICE, ORDINANCE NO. 2004-18
NOTICE is hereby given that the City Council of the City of
Venice, Florida will hold a public hearing beginning at 1:30 p.m.
or shortly thereafter on the 10th day of May, 2005, in Council
Chambers. City Hall. 401 West Venice Avenue. Venice. Florida.
The purpose of this hearing is to obtain public input upon the fol
lowing proposed Ordinance:
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF VENICE, FLORIDA, AMENDING
THE FUTURE LAND USE MAP OF THE COMPREHENSIVE PLAN
FOR THE CITY OF VENICE DESIGNATING FIORE Dl VENEZIA AS
MODERATE DENSITY RESlDENTIAL; AND PROVIDING AN EFFEC-
TIVE DATE. -

Purpose of Ordinance: To amend the Future Land Use Map for
property as follows:
Property totaling 5.06 acres known as Fiore di Venezia locat-
ed at 1755 E. Venice Avenue, Venice, Florida, shall be desig-
nated as "Moderate Density Residential".
A second public.hearing upon this matter will be held at 1:30
p.m. or shortly thereafter on May 24, 2005, in Council Cham-
bers, City Hall, 401 West Venice Avenue, Venice, Florida.
The City of Venice Code of Ordinances may be viewed online at
www.mun!code.com, select "Online Codes", select "Florida",
select 'Venice Code of Ordinances".
This notice is published pursuant to the requirements of Section
166.041(3)(c) Florida Statutes. A complete draft of the pro-
posed Ordinance is on file in the Office of the City Clerk for
inspection by the public between the hours of 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Monday through Friday.
This public hearing may be continued from time to time.
No stenographic record by a certified court reporter is made of
this, meeting. Accordingly, any person who may seek to appeal
any decision involving the matters noticed herein will be respon-
sible for making a verbatim record of the testimony and evi-
dence at this meeting upon which any appeal is to be based.
All interested persons are invited to attend and be heard. Writ-
ten comment filed with the City Clerk at the above address will
be heard and considered.
If you are disabled and need assistance, please contact the City
Clerk's office at least 24 hours prior to the meeting.
/s/Lori Stelzer, MMC, City Clerk
Publish: April 29, 2005


Representative
Florida Bar No. 351301
H. GREG LEE, P. A.
2014 Fourth Street
Sarasota, Florida 34237
Telephone: (941)-954-0067
Facsimile: (941)-365-1492
PUBLISH: April 22, 29, 2005
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND
FOR SARASOTA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
IN RE: ESTATE OF,
HELEN M. DRAZY,
Deceased.
File No: 2005-CP-3621-SC
NOTICE TO CREDITORS

HELEN M. DRAZ .,-:i:.l
File Number 2005-CP-3621-
SC, .is pending in the Circuit Court
for Sarasota County, Florida, Pro-
bate Division, ir. j i, : .:.i r,,
is 4000 Souih OTa3niam, ira. ,



DON'T


FORGET


look i I he c-lahssifietds .rst,
To advertise call
207-1200
Venice/North Port
475-2200
Englewood


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
SARASOTA COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
IN RE: ESTATE OF
LOIS R. FERRANDO,
Deceased.
File No. 2005-CP-2032-NC
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of
'LOIS R. FERRANDO, deceased,
whose date of death was Febru-
ary 19, 2005, is pending in the
Cr.ui ':',u, I Sarasota C':,,j-r,
address of which is P.O. Box 3079,
Sarasota, FL 34230-3079. The'
names and addresses of, the per-
sonal representative and the per-
sonal representative's attorney are
set forth below. ,. 1 '
All creditors of the decedent and
other persons having claims or,
demands against decedent's estate
on whom a cbpy of this notice is
required to be served must file their


NOTICE TO CREDITORS NOTICE TO CREDITORS NOTICE TO CREDITORS

.0"9 ;a.3i.:., L -" a ,' a k a JOSEPH JO0, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
ir,." ,,,in.: a.' ,,I :.-: .:,r ",.: a, k, al OSIF JO0 SARASOTA COUNTY, FLORIDA
personal representative and the PROBATE DIVISION'
personal representative's attorney Deceased, '
are set forth below. File No. 2005-CP-03155-NC IN RE: ESTATE OF
All creditors of the decedent and Division: Probate MARGARET R. TOTTEN,
other persons having claims or Deceased.


demands against decedents estate NOTICE TO CREDITORS
on whom a copy of this notice is The administration of the estate of File No. 2005-CP-3227-SC
required to be served must file their JOSIF JOO, a/k/a JOSEPH'
claims with this court WITHIN THE JO0 a/k/a IOSIF JOO NOTICE TO CREDITORS
LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE deceased, whose date of death (Summary Administration)
TIME OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION was ,November 13, 2004; is
OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS pending in the Circuit Court for TO 'ALL PERSONS HAVING
AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A SARASOTA County, Florida, Pro- CLAIMS OR DEMANDS AGAINST.
COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM. bate Division; File Number 2005- THE ABOVE ESTATE:
All other creditors of the decedent CP-03155-NC, the address of
and other persons having claims or which isP.O. Box 3079, Sarasota You are hereby notified that an
demands against decedent's'estate FL 34230' Order of Summary Administration
must file their claims with this court The names and addresses of the has been entered in the estate of
WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE persona esentative and the MARGARET R. TOTTEN,
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION personal representative's attorney deceased File Number 2005-
OF TIl? .TTIE are set forth below. CP-3227-SC, by the Circuit Court
"l.L .LUi. i,T FILED WITHIN All creditors of the decedent and. for SARASOTA County, Florida,
THE TMlE FEiFI.';" SET FORTH IN other ersons having claims or Probate, Division, the address of
SECTION 733.702 OF THE FLORI- dend nstdeceden or which is P.O. Box 3079, Sarasota,
SECTION 733.702 OF THE FLORI- demands against deceens estate ha FL 34230-3079; that the dece-
DA PPOPuTE CODE V.tLI BE FOP r.orir, cop, .: I ir,,, notice has, dents date of death was FEBRU-
f., B ,,i , ,, ,:" ,:, ,, i cl . dent's date of death was FEBRU-
O'-'sm i i bF '- C '.iu'l hii. -their Cl3ir,: ARY22 2005: ri ,.,4rI 1 ,A,:
TtyTlTrp'iltf,,-iTE Tf-A E a. is, I .:...uri WITHIN THE '. I {" l i:" SO,0 O..'l' r".
i:Ei;, l, '.E[ F-i tTH ABOv l. l., LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER r "i : ', i ':,
L'0i14 FILEb' :.w' 1:i1 .C E f THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLI- :::
MORE AifLR .THEi DECEDENT'S CATION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30,' ..r.d.''r,,r *e *e :* *J
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED. DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SER- qrder are:
The date of first publication of this VICE OF A COPY OF THIS Name
notice is April 22, 2005. NOTICE ON THEM. CARE T. PETERSON
All other creditors of the decedent'
Personal Representative: and other persons having claims or Address
COLEEN A. MANSFIELD demands against decedents estate 3281 Meadow Run Court
713 E. Farnum including unmatured, contingent, or Venice, FL 434293
Royal Oak, MI 48067 unliquidated claims, must file their ce. -3493 ,
claims with. this ,court WITHIN 3 a
Attorney for MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF ROGER TOTTEN
Personal Representative: THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
RODNEY L. DILLON THIS NOTICE. Address
Florida Bar No. 159480 ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED 214 Pine Run Road
Rodney L:Dillon, P.A WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. Noomis, Florida 34275
2831 Ringling Blvd, Ste 210-D NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME Nokomis' Forida 34275
Sarasota, Florida 34237-5352 PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE, ALL INTERESTED PERSONS,
Telephone: (941) 365-4507 ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2) ARE NOTIFIED THAT:
PUBLISH: April 22, 29, 2005 YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH All creditors of .the estate of the
ISIN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR BARRED., decedent and persons having
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTT FOR THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLI- claims or demands against the
SARASOTA COUNTY, FLORIDA CATION OF THIS NOTICE IS: estate of decedent other than
PROBATE DIVISION APRIL 22, 2005. those for whom provision for full
p -me .das .eein se uoerOr-


IN RE: ESTATE OF
ULRIKE I. HENDERSON,


Martin Graumann


ueceaseo. Stephen Henry Kurvin, Esq.
Florida Bar No. 119458
File No. 2005-CP-3281-SC 7 South Lime Avenue
NOTICE TO CREDITORS Sarasota, Florida 34237.
NOTICEiTOCREDITORS t ,(941) 957-0222,
ir, d ii:,. :f the estate of PUBLISH: April 22, 29, 2005 ,
ULRiKE I. HENDERSON,
deceased, whose date of death IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
was March 17, 2005, is pending, SARASOTA COUNTY. FLORIDA
in the Circuit Court for SARASOTA PROBATE DIVISION
County, Florida, Probate Division
the address of which is 2002 Rin- IN RE: ESTATE OF
gling Boulevard, Sarasota, Florida. JOHN M. PETERFI, 'SR.,
The names and addresses of. the Deceased. '
personal representative and the
persorial representative's attorney File No. 2005-CP-00203i-NC
are set forth below. .


payment was made in mthe urder of
,j irim r, .jiTii :lr jtl.:.i' iT .u : 1ii1 ,
-"I, ,1 ;IT, rr ,, ,.,, i W ITHIN
THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH
IN SECTION 733.702 OF THE
FLORIDA PROBATE CODE.
ALL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS
NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREV-
ER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING ANY
OTHER APPLICABLE TIME PERI-
OD. ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2)
YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE
DECEDENTS DATE OF DEATH
IS BARRED.
The date of first publication of this
Notiie is April 22. 2005.


claims with this court WITHIN THE' NOTICE TO CREDITORS
LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE All creditors of the decedent and The administration of the estate of Persons C
TIME OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION other persons having claims or JOHN M. PETERFI,; SR., CAROLE"
OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS demands against decedent's estate deceased, whose date, of death 3281 Meadi
AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A on whom a copy of this notice has was November 28, 2004, is Venice, F
COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM. been served must file their claims pending in 'the Circuit. Court for
All other creditors of the decedent with this court WITHIN THE Sarasota County, Florida, Probate RO
and other persons having claims or LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER Division, the address of which is 214 Pi
demands against decedent's estate THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLI- 2000 Main Street, Sarasota, FL Nokomis, F
T,,j:1.i r, e,:I ,. ,..,ir it,,:,:,uri CATION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 34236. The names and addresses
,,|THII] .1 u- i E DAYS AFTER THE TIME OF SER- of the personal representative and Skip Berg
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION VICE OF A COPY OF THIS the personal representative's attor- Attorney for Per
OF THIS NOTICE. NOTICE ON THEM.' ney are set forth below.. Notice
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN -i All creditors of the decedent and Florida Bar No. 01
THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN All other creditors of the decedent other persons having claims or SKIP BERG, P.A.
SECTION 733.702 OF THE FLORI and other, persons having claims or demands against decedent's estate 1872 Tamiami Trai
DA PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOR- demands against decedent's estate on whom a copy of this notice is Suite D
EVER BARRED. must file their claims with this court .e,,r,' i., to,: r.- -, n' "ice, FL / ,
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE .i,,: ...,ir, 1r,,: .:,,rr WiiHii, .'- .. f te: (941)-4
PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICA- LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE Publish: ,jril 22,
CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR TION OF THIS NOTICE. TIME OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS IN THE CIRCUIT
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED. ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A SARASOTA COUN"
The date of first publication of this THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM. PROBATE DIl
notice is April 22, 2005., IN SECTION 733.702 OF THE All other creditors of the decedent
FLORIDA PROBATE CODE WILL and Other persons having claims or IN RE: ESTATE OF
Personal Representative: BE FOREVER BARRED. demands against decedent's estate DORIS F. SHARPE,
PERRY FERRANDO must file their claims with this court Deceased
2827 Golden Poinciana Place NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE
Sarasota, Florida 34232 P:'niu' ET FORTH ABOVE, DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION-' File No. 2005-CF
ANY CLAIM FILED TWO,(2) OF THIS NOTICE. N R
Attorney for YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN NOTICE TO'CR
Personal Representative: DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN (Summary Admi
RODNEY L. DILLON. IS BARRED. SECTION 733.702 OF THE FLORI-
Florida Bar No. 159480 : 'DA PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOR- TO ALL PERSON
Rodney L. Dillon, P.A. The date of first publication of this EVER BARRED. LAIMS OR DEMAIN
2831 Ringling Blvd, Ste 210-D Notice is April 29, 2005. NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME THE ABOVE ESTATE
Sarasota, Florida 34237-5352 PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE, ANYYou are hereby no
Telephone: (941) 365-4507 Personal Representative: CLAIM FILED TWO, (2) YEARS OR Ou ure hereby no
PUBLISH: April 22, 29, 2005 Larry P. Delor MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S Order of Summary
143 2nd Avenue DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED. has been entered in
SNokomis, Florida 34275 The date of first publication of this DORIS Fbe SHARP
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR notice is April 22, 2005. FO ,.File Number 2005.
SARASOTA COUNTY. FLORIDA enis l2-


PROBATE DIVISION
IN RE: ESTATE OF
THELMA JUANITA GILLIGAN,
Deceased.
File No. 2005-CP-003454-NC
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of
THELMA JUANITA GILLIGAN,
deceased, whose date of death
was March 16, 2005, is pending
in the Circuit Court for Sarasota
County, Florida, Probate Division,
the address of which is P.O. Box


Attorney for Personal
Representative:
Michael A. Chiantella
Florida Bar No. 0681229
209 Nassau Street South
Suite 101
Venice, FL 34285
Telephone: (941)-488-1779
PUBLISH: April 29, May 6,
2005
IN THE CIRCUIT,COURT FOR
SARASOTA COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
IN RE: ESTATE OF
JOSIF JOO,


Personal Representative:
'JOHN M. PETERFI, JR.
3294 Menominee
Burton, MI 48529

Attorney for
Personal Representative:
RODNEY L. DILLON
Florida Bar No. 159480


Giving Notice:
T. PETERSON
ow Run Court
lorida 34293
GER TOTTEN
ne Run Road
lorida 34275

sons Giving
35988
il South,

493-0871
29, 2005
COURT FOR
TY, FLORIDA
VISION


P-001455-NC
EDITORS
nistration)
NS HAVING
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tified that an
Administration
the estate of
E, deceased,
-CP-001455-
urt for SARA-


NOTICE TO CREDITORS

Sarasota, FL 34233


ALL INTERESTED PERSONS
ARE NOTIFIED THAT:
All creditors of the estate of the
decedent and persons having
claims or demands against the
estate of decedent other than
those for :.,,,, ..:.;,:' f:,i i /-
ment was a-i.' ,.. n'.: Or.iJ'r of
Summary Administration must file
their claims with this court WITHIN
THREE (3) MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBOICA-
TION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS
NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREV-
ER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING ANY
OTHER APPLICABLE TIME PERI-
OD, ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2)
YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH
IS BARRED.
/i ,, .:, C I u': I,, 1.h. : ', :. f this
Ii.:.,. ,: Apr.l 22, 2005 ':
Person Giving Notice:
CLEMENT B. SHARPE
4540 Bee Ridge Rd #239
Sarasota, FL 34233
Attorney for Person Giving
Notice:
Paul A. Moran, P.A.
Florida Bar No. 320137
46 N. Washington Blvd
Suite 25A
Sarasota, FL 34236
Telephone: (941)-955-1717
Publish: April 22, 29, 2005
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
SARASOTA COUNTY,
I FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
IN RE: ESTATE OF
JEAN MARY ROSE SIMMONS,
Deceased.
File No: 2005-CP-3390-SC,
Probate Division


NOTICE TO CREDITORS,

NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of
MILDRED M. VOLPE, deceased,
whose date of death was January
6, 2005, is pending in the Circuit
Court for Sarasota County, Flori-
da, Probate Division, the address of
which is P.O. Box 2':' ir:i
FL 34230-3079. ir, ,o,: rand
addresses of the i ,r: .),, ri .vr
sentative and the p'r..:,,l r'.pr-.
sentative's attorney are set I.:,rilt
below.
All creditors of the decedent and
other persons having claims or
demands against decedents estate
on whom a'copy of this notice is
required to be served must file their
claims with this court WITHIN THE
LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE
TIME OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS
AFTER TI-IF DTE OF SERVIrE OF A
COPY :', THI. J'ITI _i:. ',' TH~.1
All other creditors of the decedent:
and other persons having claims or
demands against decedent's estate
,T7.' Ij I ir,.r ,'I:s,,T w, itinris ,oijrt
WITHIN il I 0117lH. AFTi Ti E
(:'ATE ':'F THE IV T :LIE.LIC:TlOII
-.If T i .; [, T : ,, C
ALL '.L.'I.1." JOT FlI li wiTHirk
THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN
SECTION 733.702 OF THE FL'',Fi
DA PROBATE CODE WILL .E FOF
EVER BARRED: ,
NOTWITHSTANDING THE. TIME
PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY
CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS.OR
MORE AFTER THE DECEDENTS
.DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of first publication of this
notice is April 22, 2005.
Co-Personal Representatives:
JOANNE P. MISSIMER,
MARC VOLPE. DEVIN HOLMES.
THOMAS VOLPE
4648 Meadowview Circle
Sarasota, FL 34233
Attorney for
Co-Personal Representatives:
RODNEY L. DILLON, ESQ.
Florida Bar No. 159480
Rodney L. Dillon, P.A.
2831 Ringling Blvd, Ste 210-D
Sarasota, Florida 34237-5352


NOTICE TO CREDITORS Telephone: (941) 365-4507
The administration of the estate of PUBLISH: April 22, 29, 2005
JEAN MARY ROSE SIMMONS,
deceased, whose date of death
was January 24, 2005, is pend- IN THE CIRCUIT'COURT FOR
ing in the Circuit Court for Saraso- ARASOTA COUNTY,
S LORIDA
ta County, Florida, Probate Divi- PROBATE DIVISION '
sion, the address of which is P.O.,
Box 3079, Sarasota, Florida IN RE: ESTATE OF
34230-3079. The names and H. WALTER WESTMAN,
addresses, of the personal repre- Deceased.
tentative and the personal repre-
sentative's attorney are set forth File No. 2005-CP-003162-NC
below. '
All creditors of the decedent and. NOTICE TO CREDITORS ,
other persons having claims or The administration of the estate of
demands against decedent's estate H. WALTER WESTMAN,
on whom a copy of this notice is deceased, whose date of death
required to be served must file their was January 16, 2005, and
claims with this court WITHIN THE zri' ,' :" .,"'ir, ler .
LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER 002-05,.6320 S.ar'a"o ir'e
THE TIME OF THE FIRST PUBLI- :, Fr,,, i :. ,araso ,.
CATION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 ,',,'r .' ,ri .,i,,h : ,:. 3''9
DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SER- ;.r.i'i. F:-,r,.l 34.>v,~3'i9
VICE OF A COPY OF THIS The names and addresses of the
NOTICE ON THEM, personal representative and the
All other creditors of the decedent personal representative's attorney
and other persons having claims or are set forth below.
demands against decedent's estate All creditors of the decedent and
must file their claims with this court other persons having claims or
WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE demands against decedent's
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICA- estate, 'on whom a copy of this
TION OF THIS NOTICE. notice is required to be served
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO. FILD must file their claims with this Court,.
WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS SET W3IHMONTHS LATER OFTE THIMEE'
FORTH IN SECTION 733.702 IN OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THE FLORIDA PROBATE CODE THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY (30)
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. (pAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SER-
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME VICE- OF A COPY OF THIS
PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE, NOTICE ON THEM.
ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2) All other creditors of the decedent
YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE and other persons having claims or
DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH demands against decedent's estate
IS BARRED. must file their claims with this court
The date of first publication of this WITHIN THREE (3) MONTHS
notice is April 29, 2005 AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST
notice is April 9, PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
p .. ... ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED
Personal Representatives: WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS SET
Nell Simmons FORTH-IN SECTION 733.702 OF
24 Robert Circle THE FLORIDA PROBATE CODE'
Syosset, New York 11791 WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME
Jeannine McQuade PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE,
28 Martin Road South ANY CLAIM FILED% TWO (2)
Bethpage, New York 11714 YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH
Dennis J. Tracy, Esq. IS BARRED.
Attorney for Neil Simmons THE DATE OF FIRST PUBLICA-
Florida Bar No. 176558 TION OF THIS NOTICE IS APRIL
Dulmer & Tracy, Chartered 22, 2005.
229 Pensacola Road ...


SOTA County, Florida, Probate LDivi- Vnic lid 3
i Venice Florida 34285
sion, the address of which is P.O. el 4
Box 3079, Sarasota, FL 34230- Telephone: Ap(941ril 29485 Ma-7761
3079; that the decedent's date of 2005
death was JULY 9, 2004; that the
total value of the estate is
.$12,000.00 and that the names IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
and addresses of those to whom it SARASOTA COUNTY, FLORIDA
has been assigned by such order PROBATE DIVISION
are:


Rodney L. Dillon, P.A.
2831 Ringling Blvd, Ste 210-D 0 m
Sarasota, Florida 34237-5352 Clement B. Sharpe
Telephone: (941) 365-4507
PUBLISH: April 22, 29, 2005 Address
4540 Bee Ridge Rd, #239


IN RE: ESTATE OF
MILDRED M. VOLPE,,
Deceased.
File No. 2005-CP-003455-NC


fPersonal Representative:
NORTHERN TRUST BANK OF
FLORIDA, N.A.
c/o Thomas M. Lara
1515 Ringling Boulevard
Sarasota, Florida 34236
Attorney for Personal
Representative:'
Robert T. Klingbeil, Jr.
Florida Bar No. 366846
Klingbell & Roberts, P.A.
341 Venice Avenue West
Venice, Florida 34285
Telephone: (941)-485-2900
PUBLISH: April 22, 29, 2005


NOTICE OF ACTION

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT I
THE 12TH JUDICIAL CIRCUS
IN AND FOR SARASOTA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO: 2005-DR-3816
DIVISION: Fa
SUSANNAH HARMAND,
Petitioner
NAME CHANGE,
Respondent.
NOTICE OF ACTION
FOR THE NAME CHANGE 0
MINOR CHILD
TO: WARREN TODD EPSTEIN
not known
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an ac
has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a cop
your written defenses, if any,
on Susannah Harmand, wh
address is 3202 Baldwin A
Sarasota, FL 34232 on or be
May 16, 2005, and file the o
nal with the clerk of this Cour
2000 Main Street, Sarasota, I
da 34237, before service on
tioner or immediately thereafter
you fail to do so, a default may
S -,'..r.i,3 ae, i, ;I :,, fii:r the r
S j.-.' ,3r l, i.'i. p-IIW... :,. ,.'..
Copies of all court document
this case, including orders,
available at, the Clerk of Ci
Court's office. You may re'
these documents upon request
You must keep the Clerk of Ci
Coufft's office notified of your
r-ren' a,,djreSi ,iou i, file No
of i rreni AJ.larei Flo
Supreme Court Approved- Fa
Law Form 12.915.) Future pap
in this lawsuit will be mailed to
address on record at the cle
Office.


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OPINION


PUBLISHER
ROBERT A. VEDDER
PHONE: (941) 207-1000
FAX: (941) 484-8460
11A
FRIDAY
APRIL 29,2005


OUR VIEW


Water, water everywhere ... but how to get to it?


T he rejection by the Board of County
Commissioners of a petition to rezone
the Flying Bridge restaurant in Osprey to
allow a $32 million townhouse waterfront
development has prompted a broad and vig-
orous discussion about public access to the
water. It's about time.
There are only 11 public boat ramps -in
Sarasota County. Just a few days prior to the
BOCC decision, two marinas on Phillippi
Creek were sold to a developer. The county
had hoped it could buy them, and make
them available for public use. Four of the
county's remaining marinas public and
private are also under contract to be sold.
-Access to the water is a big reason many of
us moved to this area. The waterfront has
been a major underpinning for the economy


in all of Florida. Boaters and others who value
access to the water have grown very con-
cerned about a future without this amenity.
The response since the Flying Bridge deci-
sion has been vigorous.
County commissioner Shannon Staub
suggests "a coastal management zone as part
of the county comprehensive plan." She
wonders "if there is a way to grant freezes on
taxes, or create a homesteading exemption
for marinas as incentives to keep them from
selling to developers."
Citing 6,000 boats in the county without
slips, her colleague, commissioner Nora
Patterson, told the Nokomis Area Civic
Association that "the county is in real danger
of seeing a wall built around its waterfront."
The problem is not unique to Southwest


Florida. Several states have already found
solutions that could be analyzed for applica-
tion here.
Massachusetts has employed a public
trust standard since the 19th century. The law
holds that the air, sea and seashore belong to
the public, not to any one person. It has been
a requirement on Cape Cod for several years
that a portion of waterfront land must be set
aside for public access to the water in all
developments.
Tourist associations in western Michigan
and along the 38-mile-long Lake Cayuga in
NewYork state are required to provide public
boat slips and information on .rental costs,
accommodations and tourist facilities in area
marinas. Seattle, Wash., requires new devel-
opment to incorporate public docks and


public access.
County officials, developers and private
citizens must get together to create a plan
that addresses the need for more public
access to the water.
One approach could be rezoning water-
front land, now residential, to commer-
cial/marine to accommodate more public
and private marinas.
Another could be marina facilities desig-
nated for public use in county parks. A third
could mandate tax breaks to encourage
waterfront restaurants and marinas that wel-
come the public.
We know county commissioners already
have a lot. of growth-related issues demand-
ing their attention. This one deserves a
prominent place on that agenda.


The deeds men do


live long after


A while back I received this
e-mail from my friend Phyllis
Cooper:
"Paul and I are heading to
Jamaica next Sunday, where
we will meet up with some
dentists from the Christian
Dental Society who do pro-
bono work on the poorer peo-
ple in rural areas. We do the
leg work, like cleaning and
sterilizing instruments (Paul
mostly) and setting up trays;
cleaning chairs between pa-
tients; and occasionally
assisting (Phyllis).
"We spend a little time at
the local school. One year we
had pediatric dentists in the
group, which meant we saw
lots of kids.",
I didn't know Phyllis went
out of the country to volun-
teer, but I did know she had
volunteered at one of Paul
Newman's Hole-in-the-Wall
Gang camps.
She went to one near Lake
Luzerne, N.Y., in the foothills
of the Adirondacks. There,
children 6 to 16 with life-lim-
iting or -threatening illnesses
like leukemia, sickle-cell ane-
mia, hemophilia, AIDS, can-
cer and spina bifida have a
chance to attend camp, free
to all children.
What has all this got to do
with Venice or Sarasota Coun-
ty? After all, Phyllis and Paul
live in Chicago. The connec-
tion is with the book that the
Sarasota library system chose
to have our community read
this year -"Mountains Be-
yond Mountains: The Quest
of Dr. Paul Farmer, A Man
Who Would Cure the World,"
by Tracy Kidder.
The title comes from a Ha-
itian proverb, "Beyond moun-
tains there are mountains,"
and Paul Farmer is the man
who climbs those mountains
literally and figuratively to
cure the world.
Whether it is to climb a
rough terrain for seven hours
to visit two Haitian patients.
who live in poverty or to
climb through a bureaucratic
and political mass to establish
a treatment plan that really
works for drug-resistant TB
patients in Russia and Peru,
Farmer was, and still is, there.
As I read, I marveled how
one man could do so much
for so many.
One of six children, his
family lived in a bus and also
on a boat without running
water. Poverty was the ticket,
but with a supporting, loving
family, this gifted young man


went to Duke on a full schol-
arship, where he studied an-
thropology and protested our
disparate immigration policy
for Cubans and Haitians.
Farmer went to Haiti and
saw poverty even worse than
his had been. Americans had
built a dam that flooded the
fertile land of the peasants,
forcing them up into the
mountains, where thg land
eroded and was not fertile.
The electricity from the dam
went to the capital, not the,
farmers.
Using his knowledge of an-
thropology as a guide for pub-
lic health, he set up afree clin-
ic in the small village of
Cange. Clinics that required
payment from the poorest of-
the poor were an anathema to
him.
As he said, "Clean water
and health care and school
and food and tin roofs and
cement floors all of these
things should constitute a set
of basics that people must
have as birthrights."
He began replacing the
thatch-roofed and mud-
floored homes all this
while still in medical school.
Eventually he got a hospital
built.
From this biography we
learn that Paul Farmer is,
quirky but also a charmer,
because e charmed many to
work with him (Ophelia Dahl,
daughter of actress Patricia
Neal) and others to finance
his projects (Tom White and
George Soros) year after year.
Just as many gave and are
givingpart of their lives to this
cause, Phyllis and Paul give to
their cause. Others are doing
the same in Venice.
When I read last week in
the New York Times about "a
$250,000 set 'of car wheels
decked out in 63,000 carats -
almost 28 pounds of cubic
zirconia" being sold to one
buyer, I thought of how differ-
ently Tom White spent his
money, and the Haitian pro-
verb quoted and literally
translated in the book: "God
gives but doesn't share."
"This meant, as Farmer
would later explain it, 'God
gives us humans everything
we need to flourish, but he's
not the one who's supposed
to divvy up the loot. That
charge was laid upon us.'"
"Liberation theologians
had a similar answer ... with
its emphasis on the horrors of
poverty and on redressing
them in the here and now, its
emphasis on service and re-
mediation seemed to fit the
circumstances of Haiti" and
Farmer's pragmatic tempera-
ment.
It is most regrettable that
the Vatican does not support
this movement in South
America. As the assassinated
archbishop Oscar Romero
said, "Christ came to free peo-
ple from social oppression as
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LETTERS FROM OUR READERS


Puzzled by allegations against Herb


Editor:
I am writing about your article on Herb Levine's alleged
"cheating" at the Envision Venice roundtable discussions.
* I was at Mr. Levine's table that evening. Like Mr. and Mrs.
Naff, I had no complaints about his recording of our group's
comments. Those I saw and those he read aloud to the other
groups accurately reflected our sentiments. -
Therefore I was surprised to receive a call on April 13 from
Kathie Ebaugh, the Envision Venice project director, in which
she stated three participants had complained Mr. Levine slant-
ed the comments with an anti-growth bias. I felt I was encour-
aged to express dissatisfaction.
I said only one of my comments was not recorded and it did
not concern growth. I also indicated I felt that the chair of the
planning commission's lengthy presentation defending their
decision on height exceptions was more inappropriate and
prejudicial.
Ms. Ebaugh said she wanted to give all participants a chance
to provide input, and she kindly e-mailed me the questions to
answer again.
The allegations against Mr. Levine are puzzling at the least.
I do not know him personally, but I know he is a frequent crit-
ic of the mayor, city council and planning commission. It
seems clear to me that had someone else recorded as Mr.
Levine did that evening, no issue would have arisen.
I hope the Gondolier Sun will give as extensive and promi-
nent coverage to the origin of these allegations as it did to the
allegations themselves. That may be the real news.
J.S. Shrauger
Venice


People should rally to
save restaurant
Editor:
I had to respond to your
article on the split vote killing
the plans to redevelop the
Flying Bridge restaurant into
14 $2 million condos.
I am very happy that this
conversion has been stopped,
at least temporarily, and hope
that your office is swamped
with similar letters.
Without proper response
from the affected people, I am
afraid that the developer will
get to commissioners Thax-
ton and Mercier to change
their minds, which is not
unheard of in Sarasota
County.


Unfortunately, the mix of
county commissioners is
made up of those in the upper
class of income, and in this
case one is the wife of an
attorney and decided she
cannot vote as the deciding
vote.
, I am not really surprised at
the vote of Shannon Staub,
who stated she had a lot of
support on this, but admitted
the restaurant was one of the
things we have grown up
with, which helped soften the
blow.
If your paper remembers,
commissioner Staub, who
lives in Jacaranda, was one of
the staunch supporters of
keeping Home Depot out of


Jacaranda many years ago.,
Even if the countyhas to go
overboard, pay the owner a
reasonable amount to satisfy
him, make a public marina
there and lease out the
restaurant as the city of
Venice does with Sharky's,
because as anyone who has,
ever been there knows, it is
too beautiful a restaurant just
to be torn down like a piece of
garbage.
Come on, let's see some
letters of support come in.
Richard C. Beckwith
Venice
What was he
talking about?
Editor:
Will someone please help
me find the "atheistic materi-
alism" that Mr. Tedlock raged
against in your April 22-23
issue?
I have met a great many
people who attend houses of
worship, and I also have spo-
ken with many people on lim-
ited incomes, but I have not
been able find anyone who
indulges in his "atheistic ma-
terialism."
Is it possible that it is all in
Mr. Tedlocks fevered imagi-
nation?
I hope not, because I
would love to get my hands
on some of it.
Celia Alvyn
Venice


Stop the slaughter
of wild horses
Editor:
The latest USDA statistics
show that more than 62,000
horses were slaughtered in
2004 at three American-
based, foreign-owned slaugh-


terhouses for human con-
sumption.
Tens of thousands more
were shipped live to Canada
and Mexico for slaughter
there.
So-called "killer buyers"
travel from one auction to the
next collecting young, old,
sick and healthy animals until
their trucks are full. Some are
shipped for more than 24
hours at a time without food,
water or rest, and suffer horri-
bly along the way.
Callous treatment at the
slaughterhouse often results
in their prolonged suffering.
Panicked horses are prodded
and beaten off the truck and
into the kill-chute.
The improper use of stun-
ning equipment designed
to render the animal uncon-
scious with a swift shot to the
head means that horses
sometimes endure repeated
blows and remain conscious
during their own slaughter.
We must stop the commer-
cial sale of our wild horses
immediately.
Call and e-mail Secretary
of Interior Gale Norton: (202)
208-3100; webteam@ios.doi
.gov.
Ask her to immediately
stop the sale of wild horses
through the Bureau of Land
Management and to order the
agency to institute regula-
tions that safeguard our wild
horses.
Contact your senators and
representative to urge them
to pass H.R. 297/S. 576 imme-
diately to stop the slaughter of
our wild horses and burros.
Go to hsus.org/leglookup
or call (202) 224-3121 to find
your federal legislators.


Gundl Bhutani
Sarasota








1 2A VENICE GONDOLIER SUN FRIDAY, APRIL 29, 2005
LET 'EM HAVE IT! SHOULD THERE BE I) UG TIMING IN THE PUBLIC


Let's dig just a bit deeper


HERB LEVINE
GUEST COLUMNIST


Congratulations and my
sincere thanks to Bob Vedder
for taking the first and most
important step in uncovering
a mess that in past years
would have been ignored,
denied and then swept under
one of city hall's then lumpy
rugs.
And there were plenty of
lumps, from utility depart-
ment scandals to strange
methods of selecting consul-
tants all at a cost to the tax-
payers of Venice, all punished
by severe wrist slapping.
So far, real punishment has
not been meted out to deserv-
ing city.employees, but hope-
fully that is not too far down
the road.
Bob Vedder has other sub-
jects to write about, so he
could not go into too much
detail. I can and will.,
I have been attending the
Envision Venice workshops for
quite awhile and I feel it is a
truly worthwhile cause. List-
ening to what the citizens of
Venice think, recording those
thoughts about growth, height,
density, open spaces, etc., and
fitting the consensus of our cit-
izens into the next compre-
hensive plan is a dazzling idea,
one that wouldn't have been
even whispered during the last
administration.
I attended one of the first
Envision programs and my
table had a truly growth-ori-
ented facilitator. Everyone at
the table looked at him, then
each other, smiled and told
him 'what to write down. His
suggestions were ignored.
There were a few other
rumors of facilitators pushing
for answers that would suit
the growth machine, but they
were ignored. I have seen a
copy of an e-mail sent to the
city manager complaining
about that, but he ignored the
complaint because it was
"secondhand."
Soon afterward, I was asked
to be a facilitator and taught the


proper method: "Read the
question. Give everyone a
minute to digest it and take
comments only on an around-
the-table basis. One at a time.
No out-of-turn answers."
Easy. Simple, and whoever
writes down the answers has
no problems.
I was asked to be a facilita-
tor at the Envision program in
question. It was a light turn-
out and I was sent to a table
with only five other people.
Two things happened be-
fore the workshop started.
John Osmulski and Kathie
Ebaugh started by explaining
different styles of architec-
ture, etc. until Osmulski slip-
ped into a lecture on why
growth is necessary and good.
He used several well-known
growth machine myths that
sound good but have been
continuously disproved, and
then went into a song-and-
dance accompanied 'by
Ebaugh on why he voted for:
the height exception on West
Venice Avenue.
Did the people who attend-
ed the program expect to be
propagandized? I think not.
Were the two propaganda
ministers hoping to change the
minds of some "No More De-
velopment" people? The an-
swer is obvious.
The next strange thing that
happened was that a gentle-
man seated across from me,
Kathie Ebaugh's husband,
told me that he would be the
facilitator and I should record
the comments. Strange, but
OK. And then, not so great be-
cause this facilitator allowed
the answers to come out of
turn from all directions.
Along with that problem,
either Ebaugh, Osmulski or
both of them kept trying to
speed us up every few min-
utes, possibly to make up for
time lost in spreading the
"truth" as they saw it. I was
told by one of them or the
facilitator to skip any answers
to one of the questions.
And then on April 13 along
came a letter from the city,
dated April 11 and signed by
the head of planning and
zoning. The letter that I re-
ceived said that according to
three participants at my table,
my notes did not include
comments that I ,did not
agree with. The letter then
stated that I "chose not to
write down all the ideas" pre-
sented at my table. Next came
the word "impropriety" and a


paragraph that essentially
told me I could not ever be a
facilitator again.
That same day I and met
with the city manager. The let-
ter was copied to him but a
copy had not been delivered to
him. He also told me that he
had not proofread the letter. I
told him what had happened
and he told me that there
would be a meeting with the
head of planning and zoning.
We met and I brought him
up to date, including the
words of another couple at
the table who disagreed with
the complaint and told me
that they left along with
another participant from our
table while I was talking to
another. It seemed that some
people might have been
called afterwards, possibly to
solicit complaints.
I asked why he hadn't called
me in to discuss the matter
before sending out the letter
and he told me that someone
claimed to have warned me in
the past concerning the same
type of complaints. I explained
that this was another one of
those "myths" and he offered to
rectify the situation with a letter
of apology that would rescind
the original letter. I accepted
with the option that I would
facilitate a program the follow-
ingweek.
Out of almost 100 partici-
pants, 40 or 50 were highly,
sympathetic as well as indig-
nant, especially several of the
people who were listed as
complainants. Theywere par-
ticularly indignant.
What was the plan? I think
the real plan was to discredit
the Envision Venice results
that are particularly unhappy
with madcap growth and its
symptoms. Putting those
results into the next compre-
hensive plan would be costly
to the growth machine. I
think they not the bit play-
ers mentioned above, but the'
real leaders of that machine
- would like nothing better
than discrediting Envision
Venice and starting a new
program called "Envision Our
Vision."
After all is said and done,
the kind of shenanigans visit-
ed .on a citizen of Venice
should not be tolerated. If
they are, who is next?

Herb Levine is president of
the Venice Taxpayers League.
He writes an occasional col-
umn for this page.


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School of the Americas as well
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Tracy Kidder, the Pulitzer
Prize-winning author, lived
and traveled with Farmer. He
was his shadow and thus real-
ly became a character in the
biography.
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Love that aromatic red tide


Roll, tide. I read your article about red tide. I'm actually for
the red tide. No. 1, it kills all the manatees. Manatees are bad for
the environment. A 900-pound manatee can eat 90-100
pounds of sea grass a day, which is the basis of the ecosystem
for all living organisms in the sea. They fell out of the food
chain; we could kill them and feed them to the homeless. My
second point is, it's good for keeping the tourists away. I work
in a doctor's office and I have people constantly coming in all
day complaining about the red tide and how much they can't
stand it, and how if it keeps continuing, they're going to leave.
See ya. Take 1-75 north and don't slow down.


Off pork. Not everyone
likes the pigs downtown. They
are too big, have been here
too long and have nothing to
do with Venice. Why didn't
they pick manatees or dol-
phins or circus animals?
My only hope is that the
businesses will not buy them
and then we will not be stuck
with them forever. Venice
used to be a classy town, but
being associated with pigs is
not very classy.
Weekly? You have a daz-
zling display on the front page
that reads "Best weekly news-.
paper six years in a row" and
another that reads "Florida's
No. 1 weekly newspaper."
Webster defines weekly as
once a week. Please explain
how a biweekly newspaper
can be the recipient of a
weekly newspaper award,
and who offers this award.
Now that you are tri-weekly,
will you still receive a weekly
newspaper award?
EDITOR'S NOTE: We hope so;
we will find out at the Florida Press
Association awards dinner in Key
West on June 11. The seeming
contradiction of our winning a
weekly newspaper award is due to
a quirk of the journalism trade: In
general, a daily paper is one that
comes out six or seven days a
week, while a weekly is anything
that comes out less frequently;
therefore, we're still.a weekly. By
the way, the contest is judged by
.the press association of another
state.
Two-timer. I'm just calling
to have my input into the
three-times-a week publish-
ing of the paper. I loved twice
a week; that's all I have time
for. Wednesday and Saturday
was perfect for me, and when
I keep seeing all these people
are. so dissatisfied with it, I
hope you'll go back to twice a
week.
Keep it coming. I'm calling
on getting the Gondolier Sun
three times a week. I think it's
great. We've been here 30
years and we have the Gon-
dolier Sun. We love it. Those
complaining have nothing.
else to do. Keep it coming
three times a week. It's great.
Sunday is really nice.
Priced out. I would like to
say I truly enjoy getting the
Gondolier Sun three times a
week. I was taking the Sara-


sota Herald for 20 years but
the price has become impos-
sible for me to keep up with,
and I really enjoy all the home
news in your paper. All .the
local news is interesting and
nice to get.
If I'm allowed two things, I
want to say all a person has to
do is visit a nursing home and
see how some of these people
live. I have a sister in a nursing
home and I would be blessed
if she could die. I wouldn't
fight it and go' to court like
Schiavo's parents; I think
that's out of reason. These
people cannot feed them-
selves; they can't walk, they
can't talk. What is the point in
keeping them alive?,
No survey. We enjoyed the
local town paper twice a week
very much. If you were going
to change it, you should have
taken a survey of your sub-
scribers. And if you had to
change it to three days week,
Monday, Wednesday and Fri-
day would have been much
better.
Excellent. Whether the
Gondolier Sun is published


once a week, twice a week or
three times a week, it is still an
excellent newspaper and
should continue to be offered.
Scandal. There's been a lot
of dirty politics the last few
years, but what are the Bush
brothers trying to prove now?
They think they are the sav-
iors of the whole world. They
never should have entered
into this whole business of
Terri and the feeding tube in
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Now it is a worldwide scan-
dal. Was there nothing impor-
tant in the world going on
except this?
Stop complaining. This is
for all the people that com-
plain about the Gondolier
Sun. Some like it and some
want different days. My God,
get a life. I have three pieces of
advice for you: If you're a
senior citizen, be thankful you
can still see; if you're a
younger person, be thankful
you can read; all of the above,
be thankful that you have a
paper that takes all your com-
plaining and still gives us a
great paper, telling us all the
town news.
I repeat: Get a life and stop
complaining. Enjoy what
you've got.
Wrong three. Just calling to
give my opinion on the three-
days-a-week paper. It would
probably be fine if it were
Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday,
but I'd much rather have two
days a week if we're going to
have it this way.


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BUSINESS MATTERS


2 Sweetbay supermarkets coming to Venice


13A
FRIDAY
APRIL 29, 2005


Conservation award


ROGER BUTTON
BUSINESS

The two existing Kash n'
Karry stores inVenice and two
in Englewood will debut as
Sweetbay supermarkets May
7. They are currently being
transformed by vibrant, excit-
ing and diverse tastes, colors
and aromas of great food as
the Brussels-based Delhaiz'e
Group continues the conver-
sion of 104 stores throughout
Florida.
The name was inspired by
the Florida Sweetbay Magno-
lia. The first store transforma-
tion began in November 2004
and the final will be complet-
ed in 2007.
Mike Daley, a 14-year
employee who has managed
stores for seven years in
Englewood and three at 485,
Venice Bypass, commented,
"It's made the world of differ-
ence, and customers love
what they see. It's not fin-
ished, but the new full service
seafood andbutcher are a real
hit!"
Most stores hire an addi-
tional 20-30 people, and last
week Daley held a mass hir-.
ing in preparation for com-
pletion.
Sweetbay stores have
15,000 more products and 20
percent additional fresh
items, including more than 20
varieties of tomatoes and
200-plus cheeses. Blueberryis
the top of 14 different sau-
sages, and frogs legs are the
most popular item in the
revamped stores, according
to Nicole LeBeau, communi-
cations manager.
Grand-opening festivities
for all four stores take place
on May 7.
The Delhaize Group has
food operations in 10 coun-
tries on three continents with
2,559 stores employing
144,000, including 10,000 in
Florida.
Movie theater update
A new movie theater
should be operating in Venice
by Christmas.
Waterford Companies pre-
sident Mike Miller confirmed
meetings of the architects
with a specialist theater con-
tractor who visited the city
last week will finalize the site
and floor plan for the new
movie theater in the Galleria
Plaza on Tamiami Trail in
South Venice. Following an
estimated 60 days for design-
ing and permitting, the work
will take four months to com-
plete, according to Miller.
Good fruit sales
It's been a good year for
Nokomis Groves, despite the
four 2004 hurricanes. The
last, Jeanne, did the most tree
damage in one of, its three
groves, but it was able to sal-
vage the fruit.
"Tourists and locals still
faithfully found us and made
it real good for fruit sales,"
reported Brenda Kemerer,
one of five sisters also


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Linda, Sandra, Laura and
Joanna who operate the
business. Still sectioning fruit
is 73-year-old mom, Nadine,
who was born in a Parish
orange grove according to
Kemerer.
With grapefruit all gone,
the grove will officially close
April 30; however, juice will be
available for about a month
longer, and the popular ice
cream shop will be open
through the summer.
Tree trimming, nutrition
and irrigation of the groves
continues until it reopens as
usual on the first Monday in
November.
Pre-retirement-project
Waterford Company Presi-
dent Mike Miller is planning
what he thinks will be the first
"pre-retirement-age commu-
nity," at East Laurel Road.
"There is and will be an
even greater need to provide
affordable housing for work-
ers In Venice as commercial
development increases in the
expanding Laurel Road Inter-
state corridor," said Miller.
Employees at major com-
panies like PGT, the new
Tervis and probable Sarasota
Memorial Hospital campus
need an alternative to living
in North Port, and Waterford
is preparing plans to develop
this new concept in afford-
able housing.
Venice's W hisker Watcher
Mom of three, Chris
Burrows has just opened her
new Whisker Watcher in
Venice. It's a pet walking,
feeding and sitting service for
canine and feline owners in
Nokomis, Venice and North
Englewood.
A former dental assistant,
she was operating her com-
mercial cleaning service
when she was encouraged by
clients to get into the pet-sit-
ting business after helping
care for their dogs.
Burrows, whose husband,
Sean, is an optician, has a
German shepherd pet and
plans to become a member of
the Pet Sitting Association of
America.
MainStreet team
Tom Opsut, the new pro-
gram manager for Venice
MainStreet Inc., operates
from the office located above
Century 21 offices of the 100
Building on Tamiami Trail by
the entrance to West Venice
Avenue. Volunteer Bob
Kovarik, a retired industrial
engineer, is continuing to
assist the organization as he
has for the past five years.
Cut and puzzle
First it was Survivor, then
Apprentice, then Contender.
Now the barbers at Razor's
Edge, 1060 E. Venice Ave.,
have come up with their own
reality competition for cus-
tomers and it has really taken
off.
Vivienne Vance brought a
jigsaw puzzle to the salon for
lunch-break fun. Before she
had even started, colleague
Cheryl Amen was engrossed,
then the customers began
helping. The usual quiet wait-
ing for a cut turned into a fun
contest.
Someone suggested a
Razor's Edge Jigsaw Tourna-
ment with a free cut for the
person placing the last piece.


tion sequences that must be
taken by real
estate agents
and brokers
who will
eventually
qualify for the
co vetedd
Certified
Residential
Specialist
designation. Shook
The course


"That didn't work because
one customer threatened to
pocket a piece until his next
visit, but it's great fun and
we've had to get a bigger,
more difficult puzzle and
larger table for everyone to
participate," Amen said.
New after-school center
Every day there will be a
day off school for the kids
when Elizabeth Randol gets
her child care center open.
The new after-school center
on Shamrock Boulevard is her
response to the urgent need
of the children of working
parents in her neighborhood.
"I love working with kids
and there are a lot of busy
parents who trust me and are
comfortable with their kids
attending the center," said
Randol.
It is opening in May when
school finishes for the sum-
mer, for a maximum of 25
children from kindergarten to
sixth grade, operating 7:30
a.m.-5:30 p.m. daily.
Randol, a teacher, will pro-
vide a highly structured pro-
gram with emphasis on edu-
cation, including computers,
family living, handwriting,
math, drama and even Span-,
ish. Field trips to G.Wiz and
Florida Aquarium and MOSI
in Tampa are being arranged.
Healing cured by waves
A medical and therapeutic
massage business, Healing
Waves, has been opened by
Barbara Gutler-Kutek at 127
E. Tampa Ave., Suite 7.
Thirteen years ago she
came from Poland and start-
ed a design and sewing busi-
ness in Connecticut. Follow-
ing a car accident she decided
to study holistic medicine
and the bone technique syn-
drome. Attending an interna-
tional festival for Polish peo-
ple. in North Port two years
ago, sh ,visited Venice and
decided to stay.
Surviving a serious car
accident last year, she says
she was able to heal herself
mostly with therapeutic hol-
istic bodywork.
'All healing can be done by
waves. My multi-skill abilities
enable me to work with ener-
gy in the soul and body,"
commented Gutler-Kutek.
Pinebrook update
Sarasota County Planning
and Development Services
officer Isaac Brownman con-
firmed Phase 2 construction
plans, including signalization
of Pinebrook Road at Center
Road, should be approved
shortly and the contractor
will resume road construc-
tion for completion by August
or September.
Pelican Pointe will have
two accesses to the new Pine-
brook Road, at Derbyshire
Drive and Hatchett Creek
Boulevard. The Pinebrook
Road and Venice Avenue
intersection was approved
and will not be modified.
A raised median is to be
built opposite the northerly
Venice Commons Shopping
Center driveway to minimize
operational conflicts. The
capital contribution reim-
bursement and road impact
fee credit agreement allows
developer Sam Rodgers, who-
is budding the road, to be
reimbursed by the county for
eligible costs for the project.


covered the preparation of
business plans, marketing
programs and operation bud-
gets.
"There are many new mar-
keting techniques that can
effectively serve our real
estate customers," said
Shook, "and I have already
begun to apply the proce-
dures covered during this
course in my work at Wheeler
Real Estate."


Linda Carson of ABC 7 TV, left, and Jimmy Dean, Sarasota Magazine, present the 2005
Sarasota County Resource Conservation Award to Al Bavry, president of Kimal Lumber
Company, for his company's leadership in promoting conservation of natural resources.




VRMC appoints officer, director


STAFF REPORT


Melody Trimble, chief
executive officer of Venice Re-
gional Medical Center, has
announced two appoint-
ments at the hospital.
SJo a n-i e
'i. Jeannette has
S been named
chief nursing
officer. She
comes to Ven-
ice from Le-
banon, Tenn.,
where she
was chief nur-
Jeanette sing officer at
University
Medical Center since 2003.
She also served as CNO at
East Georgia Regional Medi-
cal. Center in Statesboro, Ga.
She holds a master's of sci-
ence degree in nursing and
health systems management
from Vanderbilt University,
and her experience includes


involvement in several hospi-
tal expansion projects and
community service.
She also has been a mem-
ber of the adjunct faculty at
Polk Community College in
Lakeland, Fla.
She was Chief Nursing
Officer of the Year for Health
Management Associates in
2004 and served as a board
member for the March of
Dimes in Wilson County,
Tenn. She was inducted into
Sigma Theta Tau, Mu Kappa
chapter, in 2001.
She also has been listed in
"Who's Who in American
Nursing" and was, a member
of the Nursing School Com-
munity Advisory Board at
Georgia Southern University.
She received the Outstanding
Nursing Achievement Award
- from the Polk County Nursing
Consortium in 1992.
Venice Regional Medical
Center has named the ,Rev.


Wendy J. Shullenbarger as
director of pastoral care.
Shullenbarger earned her
master's of
divinity
degree at
Weoeslp e y
Theological
Seminary in
Washington,
s i C D.C., and was
ordained in
1992.
Schullenbarger She has
served as a
hospice chap-
lain and an on-call hospital
chaplain at Carroll County
Hospital, Carroll County, Md.
She has worked with
patients and their families in
various stressful situations,
including burn andonlogy
units.d
Since 1986, she has worked
within the Baltimore-Wash-
ington Conference of the
United Methodist Church.


WCI receives state honor for school partnership


; PHOTO COURTESY OF WCI COMMUNITIES
Education Commissioner John Winn recognized WCI's green home building learning program
with Laurel Nokomis students.


STAFF REPORT


WCI Communities was
acknowledged April 14 by
Florida education commis-
sioner John Winn as an excel-
lent business partner at the
2005 Commissioner's Busi-
ness Recognition awards. The
honor was given to WCI for its
partnership with Laurel
Nokomis School, a Sarasota
County public school.
"WCI is committed to
building stronger communi-
ties through education, pro-
viding students with unique
learning experiences," said
Steve Walker, WCI vice presi--
dent and Venetian Golf, &
River Club project manager.
"Technology and green
principles used to build the
Venetian are setting trends
across the state. The
Venetian's focus on environ-
mental sustainability and
enhancing our outdoors cre-
ates a natural climate of
learning, teaching students
responsibility concerning
Florida's natural wonders,"
Walker said.
Laurel Nokomis seventh-


graders learned about innov-
ative and environmentally
friendly technology and sus-
tainability efforts during a
field trip at The Venetian Golf
& River Club in North Venice.
The field trip included a tour
of Casa Verde. The Venetian
Golf & River Club was devel-
oped using green building
principles, certified by
Audubon International and
The Florida Green Builders
Coalition.
In addition to hosting reg-
ular school field trips, WCI
enhanced Laurel Nokomis'
media center by donating 18
computers. WCI also donated
$2,500 to the school for books
used for its Salutes Great Kids
reading program.
"Having solid business
partners are an invaluable
part of education," Winn said.
"WCI's commitment to
student learning through
innovation and activity is an
excellent example of a work-
ing public-private partner-
ship."
The Venetian Golf & River
Club was developed by WCI
using green building princi-


ples, and houses Casa Verde,
the "greenest" home in Flori-
da. Students were able to tour
and learn from the innovative
technology and sustainability
efforts used at CasaVerde and
other areas of the Venetian.
About 60 percent of
Venetian is dedicated to con-
servation areas, wetlands,
lakes and the golf course. The
Chip Powell championship
golf course is also an Audu-
bon International Gold Sig-
nature course. Additionally,
more than 2,600 trees have
been added on the property's
1,100 acres.
Every home built at Venet-
ian is designed to meet
Florida Green Building Coali-
tion's 200-point, green-home
benchmark. The FGBC also
designated the Casa Verde.
model as the "Greenest Home
in Florida" scoring 325 points.
Casa Verde includes a green-
building demonstration cen-
ter and over 100 green and
healthy home features.
For more information
about WCI and its communi-
ties, visit wcicommunities
.com.


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14A VENICE GONDOLIER SUN


FRIDAY, APRIL 29,2005


Alan L. Austin
Alan L. Austin of Water-
town, S.D., died Monday, Ap-
ril 25. He was 97.
He was born Dec. 15, 1907,
in Bruce, S.D.
He attended South Dakota
State University for two years
and graduated from USD
School of Law in 1930.
He spent 30 winters in
Venice. During that time, he
served as chair of Legal
Affairs and a member of the
board of directors of Venice
Sands Condominium Asso-
ciation.
He also was a member of
the Venice United Church of
Christ, Jacaranda Country
Club, Venice Yacht Club and
the Venice Power Squadron.
He is survived by his wife,
Willa; two children, Douglas
of Watertown and Mary Ann
Nelson of Tallahassee, Fla.;
stepdaughters, Susan Tracy of
Bloomington, Minn., and Judi
Heiman, Sioux Falls, S.D.; five
grandchildren; and five great-
grandchildren.
Services: Services will be
Saturday, April 30, in South
Dakota.


Lucille Hays
Lucille Hays of Venice died
Thursday, April 28, 2005. She
was 81.
She was born Sept. 15,
1923, in Columbus, Kan., and
moved to the area in 1970
from St. Louis, Mo.
Survivors include her
daughter, Phoebe; three grand-
children; and a great-grandson.
Margaret L. Lehman
Margaret L. Lehman of
Venice died Thursday, April
28, 2005. She was 96.
She was born Jan. 27, 1909,
in West Point, Va., and moved
to the area in 1980 from
Washington, D.C. She was a
freelance fashion and interior
designer. She was a member
of Great Decisions, Great
Books, and Opera Society.
Survivors include her nep-
hew, Edward L. Kuff of Be-
thesda, Md.; a niece, Zea Mor-
vitz of Inverness, Calif.; a
great-niece; three great-great-
nephews; and a cousin.
Services: A memorial service
will be held at her Venice home
4-6 p.m. Saturday, April 30.
Contributions: Memorial dona-


tions may be made to Margaret
Lehman Memorial Sculpture,
Venice Art Center, 390 S.
Nokomis Ave., Venice, 34285.
Evelyn A. Maddox
Evelyn A. Maddox of Ven-
ice died Monday, April 25,
2005. She was 90.
She was bom Dec. 13, 1914,
in Chase, Md., and moved to
the area in 1979 from Baltimore
County Md. She was member
of the SeniorsWithout Partners.
Survivors include her
daughter, Thelma Melville of
Venice; a son, Carville of
Conway, S.C.; five grandchil-
dren; 10 great-grandchildren;
and a great-great-grandson.
Services: A memorial service
will be held at Lemon Bay Fun-
eral Home, Venice Chapel, at 7
p.m. Tuesday, May 3. Inurnment
will be held at Parkwood Cem-
etery, Baltimore County, Md.
Contributions: Memorial dona-
tions may be made to the
National Alzheimer's Association
Research, 919 N. Michigan Ave.,
Suite 1000, Chicago, III. 60611,
or the Parkinson's Foundation,'
833 W. Washington Blvd.,
Chicago, III. 60607.


Herbert H. McBride
k Herbert H. McBride
ofVenice died Tuesday,
April 26, 2005. He was
86.
He was born April 2, 1919,
in Ostrander, Ohio, and was a
winter resident of Venice
since 1970. He was the man-
ager of Lakewood Swim and
Athletic Club for more than
30 years and served in the U.S.
Army Air Corps as 1st sergeant
during World War 11. He was a
member of the Masons,
Knights of Pythias in Ohio and
South Side Jetty Boyz. He
attended Westville United
Methodist Church in Ohio.
Survivors include his
daughter, Diane McLean of
Venice; and a grandson.
Services: A memorial service
will be held at Westville
Methodist Church at a later date.
Contributions: Memorial dona-
tions may be made to Hospice
of Southwest Florida, 5955 Rand
Blvd., Sarasota, 34238 or West-
ville United Methodist Church,
P.O. Box 117, Westville, 43083.
Mellon services
A memorial service for


Vicki L. Mellon ofVenice, who
died Saturday, April 23, 2005,
will be held at the home of
Edy and Gale Peckat, 501 Sub-
station Road, Venice, 2-4 p.m.
Sunday, May 1.
James A. Robbins
James A. Robbins ofVenice
died Tuesday, April 19, 2005.
He was 90.
He was bom in Cleveland,
Ohio, Dec. 15, 1914. He receiv-
ed an engineering degree from
Case Institute, now called Case
Western Reserve University,
and spent his career in en-
gineering, primarilywithWhite
Motor Company.
He acquired his first air-
plane in the 1930s and during
World War II served as a flight
test engineer for Aircooled
Motors in the development of
new airplane engines for the
Army and Navy. He was an
accomplished sailor, sailing
in 1955 with his late wife,
Eleanor, to Havana from
Clearwater in a two-masted
wooden schooner without
the aid of modem navigation
equipment. He was active
with the Venice Sail and Pow-


er Squadron as a life member
and served for many years as
port captain.
Survivors include his sister,
Edith Robbins Hurt of Venice.
Services: A celebration of life
will be held at 2:30 p.m. Wed-
nesday, May 4, at Bay House at
Bay Indies, 950 Ridgewood Ave.,
Venice.
Contributions: Memorial dona-
tions may be made to the Edu-
cation Fund of the Venice Sail
and Power Squadron.
Dorothy M. Wickline
Dorothy M. Wickline of
Nokomis died Tuesday, April
26, 2005. She was 86.
She was born Feb. 15, 1919,
in Forest Park, Ill., and moved
to the area 23 years ago from
Wheaton, Ill. She was of the
Baptist religion.
Survivors include her hus-
band of 64 years, Loyle; a son,
Loyle K. of Houston, Texas;
two grandchildren; and six
great-grandchildren.
Contributions: Memorial dona-
tions in lieu of flowers may be
made to Hospice of Southwest
Florida, 5955 Rand Blvd.,
Sarasota, 34238.


Judges delay Intoxilyzer challenge


BY TOMMY MCINTYRE
STAFF WRITER


A three-judge panel gave
the state of Florida 20 days to
produce schematics and
other documents validating
Intoxilyzer 5000 breathalyzers
the county uses in DUI cases.
"None of my breath cases
are going forward and many
cases are on hold," Venice
attorney Robert Harrison
said. '"And, any attorney that is
doing his job has his cases on
hold."
Harrison also said only
attorneys who are moving
their DUI cases forward now
are attorneys "who do not
have a grasp of the big pic-
ture."
At issue is to what extent, if
any, the machines may have
been modified during routine
repairs and whether or not
the certifying agencies can
produce documents detailing
those repairs. The Florida
Department of Law En-
forcement is the certifying
agency for breathalyzers that
the Sarasota County Sheriff's
Office uses.
Improper modification
may result in erroneous re-
sults, Harrison claims.
"The judges ordered the


state, within 20 days, to tell us
exactly what they have (in the
way of schematics showing
the insides of the machine)
and if they don't, they have to
say so," Harrison said.
Savihg their breath
However, Harrison said the
state has thrown up a road-
block.
"The state attorney stated
they are not going to tell us
what version of the schemat-
ics apply," Harrison said. "We
don't know if they apply to
Sarasota County instru-
ments."
Harrison said in all likeli-


hood, the issue over breath
tests would not effect DUI
manslaughter or DUI serious
body injury cases.
"They would take blood in
those situations," Harrison
said.
Harrison also said the In-
toxilyzer 5000 has built-in
technology to mairitain
breath samples so drivers
could have the sample inde-
pendently tested.
"They choose not to pre-
serve it and it winds up with
all these fights," Harrison
said. "If they save it for inde-
pendent testing, that would
put everything to rest."


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Keith W. Stolte, 27, 2100
block Sandlewood Drive, Ven-
ice. Charge: driving with a
suspended license habitu-
al. $2,000.
Aaron J. Kolter, 30, 2800
block Siesta Drive, Venice.
Charge: driving while license
suspended with knowledge.
Bond: no listing.
Narciso L. Avalos, 23, 400
block Menendez St., Venice.
Charge: no valid driver li-
cense. Bond: $500.
William Cordova, 19, 100
block Clemson Road, Venibe.
Charge: no valid driver li-
cense. Bond: $500.
Kenneth Kimble; 42, 5100
block Adena Circle, North
Port. Charges: DUI, posses-


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grams, possession of drug
paraphernalia. Bond: $740.
Sarasota County
Sheriffs Office arrests
Jonathan M. Lowe, 19,
3400 block Gulf Lane, Ro-
tonda. Charges: driving while
license suspended with
knowledge, possession of al-
cohol by a minor. Bond: $370.
Javier A. Ollague, 54, 2200
block Pueblo Lane, Sarasota.
Charge: disorderly intoxica-
tion. Bond: $120.


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Jessie J. McKivitz, 22, 600
Coquina Court, Nokomis.
Charges: driving while license
suspended habitual traffic
offender, possession of drug
paraphernalia. Bond: $2,120.
Juan P Camacho, 43, 2100
block Jackson St., Fort Myers.
Charges: driving while license
suspended with knowledge,
obstruction without violence.
Bond: no listing.
David G. Forte, 36, 400
block Holly Road, Venice.
Charge: DUI .20 or' higher.
Bond: $1,000.,


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County uncertain about Casey Key conservation district


A portion of the district was abolished by the
legislature in 1987, but some provisions remain.
The county explored an overlay zone to legalize a
popular area restaurant and tiki bar.


BYJACKGURNEY
PELICAN PRESS

A North Casey Key Con-
servation District created by
the Florida Legislature in 1970
could be abolished by Sara-
sota County, but it appears
elected officials lack the po-
litical will to stir up a contro-
versy with residents of thed
upscale barrier island.
On Tuesday, County At-
torney Steve DeMarsh circu-
lated a legal opinion that
reviewed the district's unique
history and concluded it could
be abolished if the county
commission adopts "an ordi-
nance assuming the obliga-
tions and liabilities of the
district."
It didn't take long before
that notion was dismissed.
"I asked for this," said com-
missioner Nora Patterson.
"Now we need to wait and lis-
ten. I would not propose to
[abolish the special district]
without general agreement
from the residents."
North Casey Key residents
could help resolve a sticky
county code
enforcement
dilemma if
they agreed to
an exception
m in the district
regulations
that have re-
stricted
growth on the
Patterson upscale barri-
er island since
they were adopted 35 years
ago.
The hurdle


rine, animal and bird life. It
strictly limits new develop-
ment to single-family homes


and a guest house.
The enabling act states:
"Commercial and multi-
family structures shall not be
constructed within the dis-
trict." It addresses noncon-
forming uses that pre-date
the district as follows: "This
section shall not render
existing uses and structures


unlawful."
In 1985, the county com-
mission authorized building
officials to issue permits and
enforce district development
restrictions. Then, in 1987,
the Legislature set the stage
for abolishing the district,
subject to the county assum-
ing its liabilities and responsi-


abilities. It balked.
"The county can either
enforce the district regula-
tions, or abolish them and set
up our own," DeMarsh said.
When commissioner David
Mills asked Patterson
whether she was thinking of
abolishing the district, she
quickly responded in the neg-


ative.
"I just wanted to know
our prerogatives," she said.
"There are a number of Casey
Key folks who want the fish
houseand tiki bar to remain. I
agree, but it is such a con-
tentious issue. I want people
who are protective of Casey
Key to make that decision."


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The problem for building
officials is the Casey Key Fish
House and its outdoor tiki bar
at 801 Blackburn Point Road.
It provides dining and a pop-
ular Watering hole for many-"-
area residents, but offends a
handful of neighbors who '
object to the noise.
Owner Jim Von Hubertz
reopened the restaurant last
October after it was damaged
by a spring fire, but was forced
to close the tiki bar when code
enforcement officials deter-
mined it violated commercial
restrictions in the Casey Key
special district.
On Feb. 15, the county
commission sought to head
off a circuit court fight with
Von Hubertz over the tiki hut
closure when commissioners
voted 4-1 to have lawyers
examine the enabling legisla-
tion and determine whether
it could be locally amended.
What Patterson sought to
avoid was an expensive law-
suit with Von Hubertz by
allowing the tiki bar to reopen
under county restrictions
similar to those placed on
nightclub operations. But the
district's existence posed a
legal hurdle.
Contentious issue
In 1970, the Florida Legis-
lature established the North
Casey Key Conservation Dis-
trict to preserve the barrier
island's natural beauty, ma-


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Vietnam Veteran Dennis Halpin, Englewood, sits before the wall looking for a name. Halpin was a crew member on a C-130 aircraft in Tan Son Nhut AFB in Saigon.


shed tears as he was asked about having the
Traveling Vietnam Wall in Sarasota. "It's
tough. But I'm happy it's here," said Mercier.
Mercier served in Vietnam during 1969 and
1970 as an infantry platoon leader.


American flags fly above the wall.


Ed and Diane Beard, Sarasota, hug after viewing the
Vietnam Wall. Ed Beard served in Vietnam in '70-71 with
the 5th Infantry Division.


TRAVELING VIETNAM
WALL VISITS SARASOTA

The American Veterans
Traveling Tribute, the
Traveling Vietnam Wall, will
be in Sarasota at Ed Smith
Stadium, through Sunday,
May 1, until 8 p.m. It will be
open to the public for 96
continuous hours.

Admission and parking
are free.

Memorial services will
be held:
Friday, April 29, at 1 p.m.
Saturday, April 30, at 7 p.m.
(30th Anniversary of the end
of the Vietnam War)
Sunday, May 1, at 1 p.m.


SUN PHOTOS BY JEFF TAVARES,
jtavares@.venicegondoller com


Dave Henderson, Punta Gorda, isa vol0unteerwho will spend part of the next four
days at the Vietnam wall helping visitors.


FAIRWAY VILLAGE. Fabulous 4BR bright, like new Fairway GULF FRONT CONDOMINIUM. Totally re-built luxury 3BR
U BUIGLEWOOD CHIRAL Village family home with lover entry, large living!dining room. .'A g LI Nb Gulf front unit Corner position with 2 balconies, garage &
NOENG LDAOO 1-4 PM 0ecaltin kitchen. 9' ceilings & sliders opening to pool & spa views thai never end. $1.295.000 Helen Moore, 485-5421 or
OPE SUlNDAY 1-4 PM $379.000 Irngrid Bloikzil 485-5421 or 416-6294 #457402 ENGLEWOOD. Localed directly on Lemon Bay, this galed 724-2030. #435542
estale features spectacular water views, a recently renovated
i.124 S McCall Rd 212. SPECTACULAR FULL BAY LIGHT & BRIGHT END UNIT. Turnkey furnished 3BR home interior with gourmet kitchen, professionally landscaped DESIRABLE EAGLE POINT CLUB. Lovely Key West-style
VIE'WS. New 1st Iloor unit directly on Lemon Bay wiih with panoramic views of the Bobcat Goll Course in The grounds & pool $1,590 000 Toby Delbridge & Susan home with all the extras Amerrnities include a clubhouse,
deepwater deeded boat slip 1,500' o ICW & just 2 miles Plantation Golf & Country Cluo Three planned community Gilmore, 473-7750 or 320-6360. #468738 guest cottage, deepwaier dock & tennis courts. $1.244 000
o10 he Gulf $794,900 Jim & Darlene Beck 473-7750 or pools & clubh,:'use Corn.enienrii to shopping, beaches. Helen & John Pape, 485-5421 or 223-1457 #445850
223-9073. #46731 restaurant, .;. 71-5 52"95 000 Susan Brooker 493-2500 or MANASOTA KEY. Gull-Side home with deeded beach and
223.6055 #465782 bay access Two-BR, possible 3. with 2-car garage, circular ONE-ACRE BAYFRONT LOT. Set in a very quiet location
VENICE MAINLAND drive lanai & corner lot Enloy sunsets, just steps from the with beautiful views of the north end of Manasola Key
beach $749,000. John & Margo Grinishaw. 473-7750 or Community beach lerry & boat launch $580 000 Tony Huff
OPE SUNDAY 1-4 PM 457-2612. #468319 485-5421 #466240

9063 HILOLO.LANE. MYAKKA RIWER. Panoramic river & INCOMPARABLE GULF VIEWS Irom the private lanai of .1 '
preserve vistas from this rarely available Key Wesi-slyle REMARKABLE VENICE ISLAND deepwaier bay-front lot this lovely 2BR condominium in a secured, ike-new building
pool home Large dock with 4,500 lb. boatiih & Gull access with 4 docks. Dboa house & seawall Set on a 3'4-acre tot Features a heated pool & clubhouse Just steps to the beach.
Through Charlorte Harbor. 3BR plus guesl suile & workshop. parcel with wide btay views., splendid oak Irees & no bridges $699 000 Jackie Kennedy, 485-5421 or 266-4974. #468186 VENICE ISLAND. Stylish, updaled 2'3BR home in a private
$875.000 John & Lorrie Renfrow. 473-7750 or 587-5723. 1o the Gull $.8,500 u00 Helen Moore, 485-5421 c.r 724-2030 enclave, just steps to the deeded Gull beach Open, Iresh &
#465312 #459836 MANASOTA KEY CASUALLY STYLISH. Secluded bul bnght with 2000 sq ft1 wonderful custom elements
convenient, Ihis home is beachfront living at its most $815,000. Helen Moore. 485-5421 or 724-203.0 #456804
ENGLEWOOD. Spectacular bay viewS oul Ironi. with 93 of appealing. Enjoy direct Gull front on lovely Manasoia Key in
-- seawall on the canal to10 he back, this properly is one of the this fully updated 2/3BR residence. $2.200.000 Helen Moore, CLOSE TO DOWNTOWN VENICE & BEACHES. Great
lew opportunities lt build wilh water both Ironl & rear 485-5421 or 724-2030 #440355 opportunity to own an updated condominium in a
$949,000 Toby Delbridge. 473-7750 or 320-6360 #466624 convenient, sought-after location This 2BR unit features new
EXCEPTIONAL RTrnVENICE ISLAND GULF FRONT. Spectacular new beachfront carpel & appliances $229,900 Cindy Dillander, 493-2500
EXuni condominium OPPORTUNITY or this turnished 2BR end LITTLE GASPARILLA GULF FRONT. Listed below recent construction or, Venice Island, ready for completion late 2005 or 716-3203 #466481
une condomini um i 900 cathedral ceilings Loca4ed close I appraisal A serene and private litestyvle awats you when you This 2,500-sq -ft. 3BR end unit has panoramic Gulf views
the commun163203 469048 pol $212 900 Cindy Dilaner, uild Gull roni on Lle Gasparilla Island $770,000 Toby elevator & luxury lfinishings $1,668.000. Helen Moore,
Delbridge. 473.7750 or 320-6360 #459206 485-5421 or 724-2030. #466209
BOCA ROYALE GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB. Gorgeous newer HERON COVE. Build your home creek iront overlooking MANASOTA KEY BAYFRONT. Build your dream home on
SRuenberg with oversized gum rooms lume ceing nature preserve LastI opportunry on ihis quiet cul-de-sac 1 31 acres of partially cleared bayside Delight in great fishing ROTONDA LONG MEADOW. Built in 2001 this unique
* nr-nie wd nersi i rnc m seawalled sector, cl.: Curry Creek on 2 sides, with sallwaler & boating from your own dock Walk lo the beach on deeded home features many upgrades, lovely tray ceilings.
granite n wod cabinets rin k then $819.000 Pam Field. access or k aval':s $219000 Helen Moore 485-5421 or Gull easement $1 550.000 Beverly Wellzien, 485-5421 or professional landscaping & private greenbelt views Irom the
Hansen. 473-7750 or 416-4154 467088 724-2030 #459907 223-0612 #460131 pool & lanai area. $384.900 John and Lorrie Renirow,
VENICE GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB. This absolutely stunning ROTONDA WEST. Beautful watertroni lot lust waiting or your BAYFRONT KEY WEST-STYLE HOME offers fabulous views of 473-7750 or 544-5723 #468852
Rutenbergncustom homeenoyssweepinggoll & dislntwaer dream home S:ouuhern ewpo'sure in a very desirable area Lemon Bay Beauldul 3BR 5,000 sq -n home features hardwood VENICE GARDENS. True 38R home n a popular
views hention to design detailma his residence oner close lo golt .:our'es schools & beaches $114.900 Susan Iloors; 31athedral ceilings S 3rd story loft overlooking deepwaler community. with attractive decor S mos., rooms with new
493-2500 or 223-6055n e comun56613 $559900. Sun Brer. Gmre 7377 r 23-0832 #461326 boal dock & ayak launh $1,450 000 Jason Theen & Susan floorings & resh paint Third BR addition has vaulted ceilings
Gilmore. 473-7750 or 809-7730 #466296 $225,000 Helen Moore, 485-5421 or 724-2030 #468526


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Saturday, April 30, the Pigs in Paradise auction takes place at the Venice Yacht Club to benefit the Venice Art Center


BY CHARLEEN JAEB
GUEST WRITER

Pigs in Paradise 101
Teachers love tests.
They must. They are al-
ways giving them.
It seems to me that many
of the snowbirds who choose
Venice as the site of their win-
ter nests are retired educators
or current educators taking a
winter break. A common trait
of most teachers is curiosity.
So, they are probably curious
about the colorful pigs lining
Venice Avenue and sitting in
front of buildings all over
town.
In homage to teachers who
love to create quizzes that are
comprehensive yet concise,
meaningful and memorable
and easy to grade, and as a
former professor who alsb
liked to create quizzes for the
above reasons (and to en-
courage class. attendance), I
offer a few short quizzes
about the pigs on the eve of
the gala auction at which
these fine swine will be sold.
I've found a little bit or
humor in tests helps students
to remember facts.
We had an auction
at our building in
February. The item
that brought the next
to highest bid was a pig
photo portfolio. It is
unlikely they will be for- j
gotten. There already
are pig note:cards, pho-
tos and paintings. By
this time next year,
there will probably be
pig calendars,
books and fig-
urines. Try your
luck on these tests
and then save, this page in
your very own portfolioo."
Multiple Choice
Questions

1. Where is the flying pig,
complete with wings, locat-
ed?
A. Venice R.A.V.E.
B. Sharky's on the Pier
C. At the Airport Cafe
D. On Venice Avenue

2. Which pig had an airplane
on its back and a giant hibis-
cus next to its right ear?
A. Cham-boar of Commerce
B. A Pigsaw Puzzle
C. Lula Belle


Piglix and Check Me Out
C. Bacon in the Sun, Pig in a
Blanket and
Princess
Plenty-Full


7. Which of the following pigs
is located inside a business?
A. Miss Pigment
B. Aunt Minnie


*- C. On Golden
Hog
.4\ D. Mr. Piggins


D.
Check
Me Out,
This Little
Piggyand
Pig in a
Blanket


4. Which pig
had a portrait
of President
Bush and his
wife, Laura, on
it?
A. Patriotic Pig
B. A Pigsaw Puzzle
C. Bush Hog


8. The Town
Squealer Pig is dressed as
a(n):
A. Chef with a fish in its mouth
B. An Italian gondolier
C. A badly sunburned pig
D. In goggles with flames off his
shoulder

9. Which of these pigs were
not sponsored by a bank?
A. Miss Piggy Bank
' B. Miss Piggy
Bankand
Title -


D. Tax Pig


5. Which of the following pigs
was not sponsored by a rest-
aurant?
A. Capt. Will B. Cooked
B. Chef Pigatoni
C. When Sharks Fly
D. Princess Plenty-Full

6. What pig has a picture of
James Dean on its behind?
A. On Golden Hog
B. Road Hog
C. Elvis Pigsley
D. Miss Pig-me Date


C. Pig has a fish in his mouth
D. Sponsored by a group of eye
associates
E. Sponsored by a supermarket
F. Is located at the Venice Art
Center
G. Sponsored by Merrill Lynch
H. Marilyn Monroe's face is
painted on its body
I. Sponsored by Bon Secours
Hospital
J. Has its suitcase packed
beside him


Please tee TEST, 13B


Chamber of
Commerce


B. Venice Art Center
C. Animal Protective
League
D. Big Pig Sponsors



True-False
1. Four pigs escaped to
Sarasota. where they
romped at the beach.
2. There were a total of 40 pigs
sponsored in the Pigs in
Paradise Project.
3. The theme of pigs was cho-
sen because there are so
many plump people in
Venice.
4. The Big Pig Auction will
take place on April 30 at the
Venice Yacht Club.
5. The pigs are made of fiber-
glass.
6. Pigasso, Hamlet and Pig-
ahontas are all names of pigs


on display.
7. There are only three basic
shapes of the pigs.
8. Colonial Bank and A.G.
Edwards are Big Pig Sponsors.
Waterford Companies is the
Big Big Pig Sponsor.
9. All the pigs on display were
created by different artists.
10. One of the pigs will be
won by a purchaser of a lucky
$2 raffle ticket.


Matching
Match the name of the pig
with the statement describing
it.
1. This Little Piggy Stayed
Home
2. Chef
3. Junior 4
4. Miss Pigment
5. A Pigsaw Puzzle
6. Mr. Hogsnapper


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Photography class


PHOTO COURTESY OF EILEEN MARIS COHEN
Eileen Maris Cohen's prize-winning "Umbrellas of Morocco" was taken on a trip to Marrakech. Cohen teaches Travel
Photography...Not Just a Snap, Tuesdays, May 10-31, 9:30-11 a.m. at the Venice Audubon Center, 4002 South Tamiami
Trail. The class focuses on landscape, architecture, wildlife, special events and shooting on the run. For more information,
contact Cohen at 488-9123 or seacee@comcast.net.




Loveland Legacy honors


50th charter member


PHOTO COURTESY OF LOVELAND CENTER
Carol Hull of Venice honored her husband, Ralph's, memory
with an endowment for Loveland Center.


Mrs. Carol Hull, local Ven-
ice resident, is the 50th sup-
porter of the Endowment
Program for the future of
Loveland Center and its stu-
dents, who are developmen-
tally disabled. The mission of
the Loveland Legacy Endow-
ment Program is to ensure
the continuation of the pro-
grams and services for Love-
land students, who now
number 110 with an average


age of 50 years old.
Mrs. Hull's charitable gift
to Loveland Legacy is in
honor of her husband, Ralph,
who was a member of the
Board of Directors of Love-
land Center from' 1993 to
1999.
According to Mrs. Hull,
"Ralph thoroughly enjoyed
supporting Loveland. He be-
lieved strongly in securing
the future for our wonderful


students as I do also." She
also comments that there is
no greater thank you from
the students than their smiles
and hugs.
"I feel blessed to work with
the Loveland students."
The memorial plaque in
honor of Ralph Hull and
other supporters of Loveland
Legacy can be seen in the
Loveland Center's Reception
Area on the "Wall of Honor"


tribute.
A charitable gift to Love-
land's Endowment Program
and recognition on the "Wall
of Honor" can be made by
donations of stock, life insur-
ance, simple bequests, gift
annuity, real estate and cash
.commitments.
For more information,
contact Susan Olson at 493-
0016, Ext. 203 or solson@
lovelandcenter.com.


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FRIDAY
APRIL 29
SLA Fun Night
The Student Leadership Aca-
demy holds its first Fun Night,
4-8 p.m. at 200 E. Field Ave.
Friends, relatives and neigh-
bors are welcome to meet the
staff and students of the SLA.
Enjoy a silent auction, carni-
val games, music, food and
drinks and much more. Rain
date is April 30.
Scrapbook workshop
Celebrate National Scrap-
book Day with workshops at,
Woodmere Park,.3951 Wood-
mere Park Blvd. in Venice. The
classes take place April 29, 7-
11 p.m. and April 30, 9 a.m.-5
p.m. Fee: $30. A beginner's
class takes place at 10 a.m.
Call Lisa at 492-6126.
Legion entertainment
The Tony "D" Band performs,
7-10 p.m. at dinner at the
American Legion No-Vel Post
159, 145 E. Venice Ave. Call
488-1157.
Masons
The Venice Lodge #301 F&AM
holds a called communica-
tion at 7:30 p.m., 118 E. Venice
Ave. All members welcome.
Call 484-0311.
Shuffleboard
Venice Shuffleboard Club
meets at 9 a.m. every Monday,
Wednesday and Friday. Les-
sons available. Call Barbara at
485-1678.
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.
Concert
Wesley John Schumacher
conducts the Venice Sympho-
ny Concert in performances
at 4 p.m. and 8 p.m. at Venice
Church of the Nazarene, 1535
E. Venice Ave. Call 488-1010
for tickets. -
Duplicate bridge
Play every Friday at 1 p.m. at
the Senior Friendship Center
of Venice, 2350 Scenic Drive.
Free; donations encouraged.
Call 584-0075.
Coin, stamp show
Dealers from across America
offer an outstanding variety of
coins, stamps, paper money
and memorabilia April 29-
May 1 at the Sarasota Munici-
pal 'Auditorium, 801 North
Tamiami Trail. Hours are 10
a.m.-5 p.m. Friday and Satur-:
day, 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Sunday.
Free admission and parking.

SATURDAY,
APRIL 30

Music at St. Mark's
The Orlando Deanery Boy-
choir brings its Prayer for
Peace international tour to
Venice at 7 p.m. at St. Mark's
Episcopal Church, 508 Riviera
St. The concert is free and
open to the public. Donations
accepted. For more informa-
tion, call 488-7714.
Fund-raiser, blood drive
The newly formed Oak Park
South Parent Teacher Student
Organization holds a yard
sale, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. at the
Venice K-mart parking lot on
South U.S. 41 Bypass. Some-
thing for everyone; food and
refreshments available. Pro-
ceeds benefit the children
and classrooms. Donations
accepted. Florida's Blood
Centers-Venice will also be
conducting a blood drive, 9
a.m.-3 p.m. Call Kena at 809-
2575 or Jo at 375-2417, or FBC
at 492-9202.

Bike ride, grand opening
The Coastal Cruisers Bicycle
Club leads rides starting at
8:30 a.m. at the parking lot


behind McDonald's at U.S. 41.
Bypass and Bird Bay Drive.
Leisurely 20-mile ride; mod-
erate 30-mile ride, or ener-
getic 40-mile ride. Stop by'


Reale Bicycles' grand opening
after your ride for bagels, juice,
door prizes and 20 percent off.
Call 484-5501.
Fashion show, brunch
The Women's Sertoma Club of
Venice holds an In the Pink
fashion show and brunch at
10 a.m. at the Plantation Golf
& Country Club, 500 Rockley
Blvd., Venice. Proceeds benefit
Safe Place Rape and Crisis
Counseling and the Susan G.
Komen Breast Cancer Foun-
dation. The public is invited.
Tickets are $25 and are avail-
able at the Paper Pad, 213 W
Venice Ave., or by calling
Nanci at 716-3179.
Car wash
The Chorus Department of
Venice High School holds its
final car wash at Grinning in
the Wind at Avenida del Circo
and Tamiami Trail. This is a
fund-raiser for the group's
Memorial Day trip to New
York City, where the chorus
will perform at Carnegie Hall
for the third time. Come sup-
port the chorus. Call 412-0427.
Spring lunch
American Association of Uni-
versity of Women attend the
Spring Honors Luncheon and
Installation of Officers at 11:30
a.m., at Pelican Pointe Golf &
Country Club, 1265 Horse and
Chaise Blvd., Venice. For
membership information, call
Ann at 484-0471.
ASL Festival
The Community Center for
the Deaf & Hard of Hearing of
Manatee and Sarasota Inc.
sponsors a Walk/Jog-a-thon
and ASL Festival, 8 a.m.-4 p.m.
at the Sarasota Polo Club, 8201
Polo Club Lane. Register at 9
a.m.; walk or jog at 9:30 a.m.
The festival to follow will fea-
ture games and prizes, face
painting, crafts, food and
more. Contact Sarah Harris or
Donna Carlton at (941) 758-
2542 or sharris@ccdhh.org.
Kayak trips
* Explore Little Sarasota Bay to
Palmer Point Beach by kayak
with ,the American Littoral
Society, 9 a.m.-noon. Take a
break on the crown jewel of
our local beaches and take a
swim, walk or do some birding
before paddling back to the
mainland. Training and
equipment provided. Bring
sunscreen, water and insect
repellent. Cost: $20 for ALS
members, $25 for nonmem-
bers. Call John at 966-7308.
* Jack Taylor leads a guided'
kayak excursion 9 a.m.-noon
at the South Lido Nature
Center, 190 Taft Drive, Lido
Key, Sarasota. Meet at the
parking lot of the nature cen-
ter and bring kayak and gear.
See birds, sea grasses, man-.
groves and burrowing crea-'
tures of the bay. Call (941) 475-.
0796 or e-mail johnl.taylor
@xverizon. net.

Masons
The Venice Lodge. No. 301
F&AM holds a called commu-
nication at 8 a.m., 118 E.
Venice Ave. Fellow craft and
master mason degree. Call
484-0311.

Art events
* The Englewood Art Center
holds a reception 1-3 p.m. for
its ninth annual youth art
show, displaying art work
from students of Englewood,
Myakka River and Vineland
Elementary, L.A. Ainger Mid-
dle, Lemon Bay High School
and Heritage Christian Acade-
my. The show runs through
May 18 at 350 South McCall
Road.. Call the EAC at (941i
474-5548.
* FSU Center for Performing
Arts, Cook Theatre, hosts Dr.
Erika Doss for a ViewPoints
lecture: Portraits from the
Heartland, 10:30-11:30 a.m.
Tickets: $12-$15; call 358-
3180., '/ -
* The lohn and Mable Ringling
Museum of Art presents
Duane Hanson: Portraitsfrom


the Heartland, featuring 24
"size of life" sculptures, on
exhibit through. July 31. In-
cluded with museum admis-
sion: $12-$15, 10 a.m.-5:30


THE LOCAL SCENE APRIL 29 30


B.B. King
The blues legend performs at 8 p.m. Saturday, April 30, at the
Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall, 777 North Tamiami Trail in
Sarasota. Tickets are S49-560, and can be ordered through the
charge-it line, 953-3368: toll free at (8001 826-9303; or online at
vanwezel.org.

Flute circle
Venice Native American Flute Circle takes place Friday, April
29, 7-8 p.m. at Serenity Gardens. Brickyard Plaza, 530 South
U.S. 41 Bypass Beginners welcome. For more information, call
Serenity Gardens at 486- 3577 or e-mail veniceflutecircle@veri-
zon net.

Camp registration
The South Cotmty Family YMCA holds an open house and
summer camp registration, Saturday, April 30. 10 a.m.-2 p.m. at
701 Center Road in Venice. Complimentary refreshments and
entertainment for kids while registering them for summer
camp. For more information, call 207-9622 or visit veniceym-
ca.com.

Scout show
The Two Rivers District South West Florida Council 2005
Scout Show takes place Saturday, April 30, 9:45 a.m.-2 p.m at
Phillippi Estate Park. 5500 South Tamiami Trail in Sarasota. This
year s show includes the Girl Scouts and local 4-H Club, Cub
Scouts, Boy Scouts, Venture Crews and Explorer Posts. The
theme for this free event is CSI: Youth groups will investigate
everything from hobbies, collections, crafts and careers.


p.m. Call 358-3180. Y Armitage home in Sarasota.:
Bring hearty hors d'oeuvres
Author appearance for 12. Spouses and guests
Chris Kuzneski visits Circle welcome. RSVP to 922-4994.
Books, 478 John Ringling Auth
Blvd., Sarasota, at 1 p.m. to Authorappearance
meet the public and sign Wanda Toby visits Circle
copies of "The Plantation," a Books, 478 John Ringling
mystery/thriller set on a mod- Blvd., Sarasota, at 1 p.m. to
em-day plantation, near New meet the public and sign
Orleans. To reserve a signed copies of "Drama Factor," a
copy, call 388-2850. romantic novel set in the


Rachel's Day..
The community is invited to.
commemorate Rachel's Day at
2 p.m. at Emmanuel Lutheran
Church. 800 South Tamiami
Trail in Venice. Hal Hedley of
the Child Protection Center
and Robin LaPorta from
SPARCC will discuss violence
against children and ways to
protect them. There will be a
question-and-answer period
and refreshments will be
served.
Concert
The Stncoast Concert Band.
under the direction of Leo
Laier, performs at 7:30 p.m. at
Payhe Park Auditorium, 2100
E. Laurel St. in Sarasota. Call
955-9452.
Legion entertainment
Larry Williams performs, 4-8
p.m. at the American Legion
No-Vel Post 159, 145 E. Venice
Ave. Call 488-1157.
Art reception
Unity Gallery holds an artist
reception at 11:30 a.m. at
Unity of Sarasota, 2023 Proc-
tor Road. The work of Kathy
Cyrus, who has exhibited her
watercolors in Venice, Hous-
ton. and Farmington, Conn.;
will be on display through
June 2. Gallery hours are Tues-
day-Friday, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. and
Sunday mornings. Call 955-
3301.
Sorority event
Delta Delta Delta Sarasota
Area Alumnae Chapter holds
its Spring Cocktail Party at the


world of football. Call 388-
2850 to reserve a signed copy.
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Family class
The Child Protection Center
hosts a 12-week Nurturing
Program for Parents arid
Children, 6:30-8:30 p.m.,
Monday, May 2-25. The free
classes, for families with chil-
dren ages 5-11, takes.place at
the Child Protection Center
office at 2210 South Tamiami
Trail in Venice. To reserve a
spot, call Jeni at 365-1277, Ext.
126.


PHOTO COURTESY OF'HARRY BERRY
Local artist and art instructor
Karen Hitt paints a picture of a
banyan tree on West Venice
Avenue. To see her work or.
-inquire about classes, visit the
Venice Art Center or call 485-
7163.
Sew Much Fun
The Englewood/Venice Sew
Much Fun group meets every
first Monday, 1-3 p.m. at
Frances T. Bourne Jacaranda
Public Library, 4143 Wood-
mere Park Blvd., Venice. Call
Joyce at 492-6675 or e-mail
strbngrjoy@cs.com.
Cinco de Mayo
The Venice Senior Friendship
Cafe, 2350 Scenic Drive, cele-


brates with a fun Mexican hol-
iday gathering (no bingo),
Tuesday, May 3. Activities
begin at 11 a.m., lunch at
noon. Suggested meal dona-
tion, $3. Reservations required
24 hours in advance by calling
584-0031 or 584-0090.
Computer group
The Venice Area Computer
Users Group meets at 6 p.m. at
the Island Community
Church, 652 South Tamiami
Trail in the Rialto Plaza, just
south of the hospital. Present-
ers are Lexmark Internation-
al's Chris Spero and Dave
Gerber, who will demonstrate
the latest technology in home
printing. Guests are welcome.
Dues for one year are $35 per
person, $45 for a couple.
Members may take an unlim-
ited number of SIG classes.
Call Sandra at 492-5555 for
more information.
Mason meeting
Venice Council No. 301 F &
AM meets at 7:30 p.m. at the
Venice Masonic Lodge, 118 E.
Venice Ave. All members of the
order welcome. Call 484-0311.
Shuffleboard
Venice Shuffleboard Club
meets at 9 a.m. every Monday,
Wednesday and Friday. Les-
sons available. Call Barbara at
485-1678.
Sons of Italy
Venice Lodge 2747 of ite Sons
of Italy holds its monthly
membership meeting at 7:30
p.m. at Park Place Retirement
Residence, 200 N. Nassau St.,
Venice. The public is welcome.
Food bank
The Florida Department' of
Agriculture and -Consumer
Services and All Faiths Food
Bank distribute free USDA
commodities to eligible Sara-
sota County residents, 10
a.m.-1 p.m., at the St. Mark's
Episcopal Church, 508 Riviera
St., Venice. Call 379-6333.
Seniors group
Seniors Without Partners
meets-at the VFW Hall, 832 E.
Venice Ave., Mondays, 12:30-
3:30 p.m. for a meeting and
cards. Call Marie at 485-8739.
Buddhist meditation
Kelsang Donwang leads a
.beginners Buddhist medita-
tion, Mondays, 7-8:30 p.m., at
\VWoodmere Community Cen-
ter, Roomn 2-B, 3951 Wood-
mere. Park Blvd., Venice. Do-
nation: $5-$9. Call 373-1600 or
visit meditationinflorida.org.
Enameling class
The Venice Art Center offers
an ongoing enameling class,
Monday, 1-3:30 p.m. at 390 S.
Nokomis Ave. Call Marine at
.493-9685 or the art center at
485-7136.
Men's barbershop
The Venice Gondoliers Men's
Barbershop Chorus rehearses
Monday at 6:30 p.m. at
Venice-Nokomis United Me-
dhodist Church, 208 PalmAve.,
Nokomis. All men who like to
sing are welcome. Call 484-
6333 or 484-3966.
Live music
Hear live acoustic music at
Books-A-Million, 4230 South
Tamiami Trail in Venice, every
first and third Monday, 7-9:30
p.m. Call Richard Brobst at
408-9515.
Author appearance
Claire Matturro visits St. Ar-
mand's Gifts & Winery, 466
John Ringling Blvd., at 1 p.m.
to meet the public and sign
copies of "Wildcat Wine," her
newest mystery set.in: Sara-
sota. This launch party in-
cludes an afternoon ofFlorida
wine tasting. Call 388-2850 to
reserve a signed copy.


MAY3
VHS reunion


The Venice High School Alum-
ni Association holds a general
meeting at 7 p.m. at the Venice.
Chamber of Commerce, 597
South Tamiami Trail, to dis-
cuss the All-Class Reunion,


July 1-3. If you are interested
in helping with the reunion or
just want to know the plans,
you are welcome to attend.
For' more information, call the
alumni hotline at 207-1212 to
leave a message.

Senior Friendship Centers,
2350 Scenic Drive, Venice,
584-0052
* 10 a.m.-noon, Beginners
Basket Weaving with Barbara
and Chris.
* 10 a.m., Pine Needle Weav-
ing. All materials supplied for
first session.
Live music
The Tin Pan Alley Band with
Les Gowan performs at the
Senior Friendship Center in
Venice, 2350 Scenic Drive,
each Tuesday, 1-3 p.m.
Elks dinner
The. Venice-Nokomis Elks
Lodge hosts a pork dinner, 5-7
p.m. at 119 E. Venice Ave.
Cost: $6. Call thelodge at 486-
1854.
Rule Brittania
The Daughters of the British
Empire HMS Phoebe Chapter
holds its monthly meeting of
,the season at 1 p.m. at
Jacaranda Trace in South
Venice. Women of British
birth or heritage welcome.
Call Sheila at 493-7273.
Tuesday bingo
SVenice Gardens Civic Center,
406 Shamrock Blvd., doors
open at 11 a.m.. bingo starts
at noon. Hot dogs and snacks
available. Public welcome.
Call 493-6541.
Good sports
* The Sarasota County Cro-
quet Club offers Introduction
to Beginners Croquet, 10-
11:30 a.m., Tuesdays at Wel-
Ifield Park on Pinebropk Road
in Venice. Call 484-3206.
* Certified Pilates instructor
Randi Green teaches a six-
week beginner Pilates class
Tuesday, at Serenity Gardens
in the Brickyard Plaza in
Venice. Cost is $75 or $15 for
walk-ins; bring a mat.- Call
486-3577.
* The Coastal Cruisers Bicycle
Club holds its First Watch
Ride (15-20+ mph pace),
Tuesday; meet the group at
8:20 a.m. at Shamrock Park in
Venice (50 miles round trip). A
50-mile group departs from
behind McDonald's on North
U.S. 41 Bypass at 8 a.m. Call
Ron at 697-3100 or Wanda at
484-5501.
Fossils lecture
The Environmental Collec-
tion at Selby Public Library
sponsors "Florida Fossils from
the Ice Age," an audio-visual
lecture at 2 p.m. at 1331 First
St., Sarasota. Elaine Dunkle-
berger, president of the
Manatee Fossil Club. speaks
about fossils from Florida's
ancient past. This program is
free and open to the public.
Call 861-5000.

RSVP
Dances -
. The Polish-American
Society of Venice holds a
Mother's Day dinner dance,
Saturday. May 7, 8 p.m.-mid-
night at Venice Gardens, 406
Shamrock Blvd. Music by
Amerpol Orchestra. For reser-
vations, call 485-5750 or 408-
9657.
* The season's last country
western dance roundup takes
place 7-10 p.m. Saturday, May
7 at the South Venice Civic
Center, 720 Alligator Drive.
Dance instructors Sharon de
Marc, Jackie Wheeler and Doc
& Carol teach line/couples
dances starting at 5:30 p.m.
Music by D.J. Hal. Refresh-
ments available for purchase,
but feel free to bring your
own. Reserve your table now.
Tickets are $5 per person in
advance or $6 at the door. Call
408-0019.
* Mental Health Community
Centers Inc. holds its High
Hopes Gala dinner dance at


6:30 p.m. Saturday, May 7 in
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HEALTH BRIEFS


Hospice volunteers
Hospice of Southwest Florida
is looking for volunteers.
Patient care is just one of the
roles available to volunteers,
including: barbering/hair
styling, foreign languages,
gardening, office assistance,
transportation, computer
data input, bereavement
calls, arts and crafts, finan-
cial counseling, handyman
chcles, pet therapy and more.
If you'd like the rewarding
experience involved with be-
coming a Hospice of South-
west Florida volunteer, visit
the Venice training session
taking place at .220 Wexford
Blvd., Saturday, April 30, 10
a.m.-4 p.m. To register, con-
tact Linda at 496-4611 or
lpierce@hospice-swf.org.
ASL festival-
The Community Center for
the Deaf and Hard of Hearing
of Manatee and Sarasota Inc.
sponsors a Walk/Jog-a-thon
and ASL Festival, 8 a.m.-4
p.m. Saturday, April 30 at the
Sarasota Polo Club, 8201 Polo
Club Lane. Register at 9 a.m.;
walk or jog at 9:30 a.m. The
festival to follow will feature
games and prizes, face paint-
ing, crafts, food, and more.
Volunteer ASL storytellers,
clowns, artists and more are
needed. Booths available. To
volunteer or for more infor-
mation, contact Sarah Harris
or Donna Carlton at' (941)
758-2542 or sharris@ccdhh.
org.
Discounted golf
The Arthritis Foundation Golf
Book allows you to -golf at
more than 230 Florida cours-
es at free green fees with cart
rental or reduced green fees.
Books are $15. Buy three, get
one free. The book is valid
May 1- Oct. 31 and is available
at Edwin Watts Golf Shop,
6230 Lake Osprey Drive in
Lakewood Ranch, or call 907-
1060. Send check or money
order made payable Arthritis
Foundation to: Arthritis
Foundation, 501 Village Green
Pkwy. #5, Bradenton, FL
34209.
Man to Man
The American Cancer Society
is offering a "Man to Man"
prostate cancer education
and support program on
Monday May 2 at Bon Se-
coursVenice HealthPark, 1201
Jacaranda Blvd., Venice at 2
p.m. and 2 p.m., Monday, May
9, 2005 at Englewood United
Metodist Church at 700
Dearborn St., Englewood. Call
(941) 497-4309, Ext. 24 for
more information.
SHHH Panel
The Sarasota Chapter of
SHHH (Self Help for Hard of
Hearing People) presents a
panel of cochlear implant
recipients, moderated by
Barbara Chertok, SHHH
Board Member and cochlear
implant user herself, May 4 in
the auditorium of the Selby


Public Library, 1331 First St.,
Sarasota, 1:30-3:30 p.m. Indi-
viduals with significant hear-
ing loss who wear hearing
aids without adequate bene-
fit, are encourage to attend,
and to learn more about how
cochlear implants can restore
hearing. A question and
answer format will follow.
Large screen real-time cap-
tioning is always provided.
The meeting is free and open
to the public. Refreshments
served. For details, call 484-
5461
Look Good ... Feel Better
The American Cancer Society
will offer its Look Good ... Feel
Better program to residents
in Venice, North Port and
Englewood May 4 and 18 at
the American Cancer Society
Resource Center (Tandem
Center) at 333 South Tamiami
Trail, Suite 375, in Venice.
Guided by volunteer cosme-
tologists, female cancer pa-
tients who participate in this
class will learn how to use
make-up and skin care tech-
niques to overcome the ap-
pearance-related effects of
chemotherapy and radiation.
To register, call (800) ACS-
2345.
Women's wellness
The Women's Wellness Center
of Englewood Community
Hospital offers a lecture en-
titled "High Blood Pressure -
What does this mean?" May
4 at 1:30 p.m. at Curves on
2411 South McCall Road in
Englewood. For more infor-
mation, call (941) 473-9865.
SHHH meeting
Carol Christopherson, presi-
dent of Florida Service Dogs
Inc., is the guest speaker at
the Self Help for Hard of
Hearing People meeting May
6 at 1 p.m. in the music room
at the Cultural Center of
Charlotte County, 2280 Aaron
St., in Port Charlotte. Chris-
topherson and her sidekick,
Zoey will demonstrate the
capabilities of a service dog in
assisting deaf or hard of hear-


CONTACT US
JEREMY ROTTGEN
WELL-BEING EDITOR
.(941) 207-1143
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Blood Bank granted re-accreditation


STAFF REPORT

Suncoast Communities
Blood Bank (SCBB) has been
granted re-accreditation by
the American Association of
Blood Banks (AABB), accord-
ing to Mark J. Magenheim,
M.D., CEO/Medical Director.
The Blood Bank received
verification of its accredita-
tion April 11.
Accreditation follows an
intensive on-site assessment
by specially trained AABB
assessors and establishes
that the level of medical,
technical and administrative
performance within the facil-
ity meets or exceeds the stan-
dards set by AABB.
By successfully meeting
those requirements, SCBB
joins approximately 1,700
similar facilities across the
United States and abroad that
have earned AABB accredita-
tion. Accreditation is valid for
two years and certifies that
SCBB is accredited in trans-


ing people. At the meeting,
individual listening devices
are available, and everything
said is printed on a large
screen. The public is invited.
Call 575-1914.
Marriage support
Retrouvaille is a support
group for troubled marriages
or separated or divorced cou-
ples who want to try again.
Weekend programs are plan-
ned for May 6-8 and at Our
Lady of Perpetual Help Cen-
ter in Venice. Follow-up ses-
sions will be held on six con-
secutive Sundays following
the weekends. For more in-
formation, call Liz or Ron
Deak at (800) 470-2230 or
408-0777. All inquiries are
confidential.
Cardiac Club
The Cardiac Club's May
meeting is set for Monday,
May 9. Jonathon Fong, M.D.
addresses the topic of Heart


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smile. The Smile Centre has changed the Way I feel about myself"
Virginia Keddy
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Richard. A. Stanley, D.M.D.
Wren Gardner, D.QDS Rebecca Swartz, D.M.D.
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fusion activities and donor
center activities.
"The AABB's Accreditation
procedures are voluntary,"
Dr. Magenheim explained.
"Suncoast Communities
Blood Bank has sought AABB
Accreditation because this
program assists facilities
around the country in achiev-
ing excellence by promoting
a level of professional and
medical expertise that con-
tributes to quality perfor-
mance. The Blood Bank aims
to continue to provide the
highest quality product to
our community and citizens."
Since 1958, AABB has been
engaged in the accreditation
of blood banks and transfu-
sion services. Today its Ac-
creditation Program assists
blood banks, transfusion
services, cellular therapy
facilities, parentage testing
sites, immunohematology
reference laboratories and
perioperative services in 'de-
termining whether meth-


Valves. The meeting is held in
the hospital's auditorium A,
540 The Rialto, Venice. Blood
pressure checks begin at 5:30
p.m. and the lecture begins
promptly at 6 p.m. Refresh-
ments will be served. The
gated north parking lot at the
corner of Palermo Place will
be open at 5 p.m. This is the
closest lot to the hospital
auditorium. Registration re-
quired. Call 486-6057.
'Surviving Cancer'
The Sarasota/Manatee Loss,
Grief and End of Life Coa-
lition presents a free com-
munity education program
called "Surviving Cancer"
with speaker Robert Levine, a
licensed clinical social work-
er. The program will be held
May 10, 8:30-10:30 a.m. at the
Sarasota Memorial, Health
'Care Center, located at 5350
University Pkwy, Sarasota.
Two CEU/contact hours will
be available for $10 for health


ods, procedures, personnel
knowledge, equipment and
the physical plant meet es-
tablished requirements.
The minimum require-
ments for accreditation are
based primarily on a set of
specific standards for the
area in which accreditation is
being sought. Standards are
based on good medical prac-
tice, and, when available,
scientific data, principles as-
sociated with good manufac-
turing practices and quality
assurance that are consistent
with Food. & Drug Ad-
ministration (FDA) regula-
tions. The Accreditation Pro-
gram assesses the quality and
operational systems in place
within the facility. These
standards not only reflect the
level of professional proficien-
cy for blood banks and trans-
fusion services in the United
States, but also provide the
basis for practice in similar
facilities around the world.
Suncoast Communities


professionals. Call 373-7366.
Red Cross training
Residents interested in be-
coming hurricane shelter
volunteers for the American
Red Cross are invited to four
consecutive Wednesday
training sessions starting
May 11 at the Southwest
Florida Chapter House, 2001
Cantu Court, Sarasota. Teams
of trained Red Cross shelter
volunteers help run shelters
whenever the community is
required to evaculate. The
commitment requires shelter
workers to leave their homes
and work at shelters for at
least 24 hours and as many
as three days. Courses begin,
May 11, 5:30-9 p.m.; May 18,
6-9 p.m.; May 25, 6-9 p.m.;
and June 1, 5:30-9:30 p.m.
Registration required. Call
Kathy at 379-9300, Ext. 237.
Cholesterol screening
A low-cost health screening


Blood Bank joined AABB in
1953. AABB Accreditation is
the designation of choice for
blood banking, transfusion
medicine, blood manage-
ment and cellular therapies
because it demonstrates an
organization's commitment
to advanced learning, con-
tinuous improvement and
innovation by striving to sus-
tain the highest possible level
of patient and donor care.
AABB is an international-non-
profit membership organiza-
tion dedicated to advancing
the field of transfusion medi-
cine and related biological
therapies.
SCBB has served Sarasota,
Charlotte and DeSoto coun-
ties for more than fifty years
providing a reliable supply of
quality blood products. and
services to the community.
For more information about
SCBB, how to donate blood
or where to donate, call
954-1600, Ext. 240 or visit
scbb.org.


will be available May 12-14 at
Kmart, 1687 South Highway
41 Bypass in Venice. A variety
of tests will be offered for
cholesterol, diabetes, liver
function. H. Pylori, Thyroid,
PSA and Hemoglobin Alc.
Most results available on site.
Screenings
Englewood Community Hos-
pital will sponsor a choles-
terol and hypertension
screening on Wednesday,
May 18, 8:15- 9-15 a.m. at the
office of Dr. Stephen Sollot,
4315 Tamiami Trail, Suite
420, Venice. Cost is $5 and
requires fasting from mid-
night before. Blood pressure
checks are free and require
no fasting. Appointments re,
quired for cholesterol screen-
ings. Call (941) 473-3919.
Free knee screening ,
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Monday kicks off


membership month


ELLEN HILLSTROM
COLUMNIST

The South Venice Civic
Association has enjoyed good
membership growth, up to
1,000 members to date. How-
ever, with new residents mov-
ing into our community of
about 8,000 households -
and others leaving the
challenge remains to main-
tain and increase .our mem-.
bership. During the month of
May there will be a concen-
trated drive to do that.
Our volunteers will be
recruiting under three sepa-
rate programs:
We are conducting a tele-
phone blitz of former mem-
bers who still live in the subdi-
vision but may have "fallen
through the cracks" and not
continued their dues invest-
ment.
Persons will be visited by
SVCA members who live just
down the street from them.
Those are the households
who did not receive our 50th
Anniversary souvenir edition
newsletter. The volunteers


will drop off a packet of infor-
mation along with a copy of
the newsletter and, of course,
an invitation to join.
Residents who have mov-
ed into the community within
the last six months will be
invited to attend a "Sunday
Sundae" to come to the com-
munity center to join then
and pick up their packets of
information (along with ice
cream and some special free-
bies). Invitations to this group
totaled 175.
The information packets
include literature about the
SVCA, how it grew, what it
does and why membership
needs to stay strong by the
numbers.
Some folks still think the
only reason to join is to get
. active in a club or committee.
Yes, we continue to look for
volunteers, the workers with-
in our organization, but sup-
port through dues is the back-
bone that enables others who
want to participate to do so.
And through our monthly
newsletter mailed only to
members, residents will stay
abreast of what's going on
around our community. And
believe me, a lot is happening
all around us these days.
Besides, we meet new
friends and have a lot of fun.
Ellen Hillstrom is the
South Venice Civic
Association Development
director. She writes a regular
column for this page:


Meet Betty Gilmore, the




original Miss Englewood


BY DIANA HARRIS
COLUMNIST


Fifty-one years ago, the
first Miss Englewood contest
was held. There was some
doubt as to whether it would
be a successful event.
The evening of the show
finally arrived and brought
with it terrible weather. But
that didn't deter local resi-
dents from coming out. Eng-
lewood's first beauty queens
played to an enthusiastic
standing-room-only crowd
that night. They paraded into
Englewood history, establish-
ing a tradition that continues
today.
A few remembrances of the
first Miss Englewood (1954),
Betty Gilmore:
"I thought I would die of
fright that night. It was my
first time to wear high heels. I
Was first out on the stage and
my foot wobbled the very first
step I- took and I had to put
my hand out on the wall to
steady myself. I knew every-
body had seen me.
"That first year they had
the Miss Englewood contest,
they didn't even know if it
would work. It was held at the
Woman's Club. There were
eight contestants. We were all


MCC BREFS


Enrollment under way
for summer classes
Enrollment for new and all
other students not yet regis-
tered,for Summer term 2005
classes at Manatee Com-
munity College began April
18.
First-time college students
must make appointments for
orientation prior to Web reg-
istration, which is available
for all students who have
completed the admissions
process. Class schedules may
be viewed on MCC'sWeb site
at mccfl.edu.
Summer day, evening and
distance-learning classes be-
gin Tuesday, May 10.
Full-credit classes also are
offered in shorter time peri-


ods throughout the summer
term. Programs leading -to
one-year certificates and two-
year associate in arts, associ-
ate in applied science and
associate in science degrees

are offered.
Classes are held at MCC
Bradenton, 5840 26th St. W;
MCC Venice, 8000 South
Tamiami Trail; the Center for
Innovation and Technology at
MCC Lakewood Ranch, 7131
Professional Parkway East;
and at other off-site locations.
Regular student services
office hours at MCC Braden-
ton and MCC Venice are 8
a.m.-7 p.m., Monday through
Friday. When summer office
hours, commence May 9,
offices close at 12:30 p.m. on
Friday.


A one-time $40 application
fee ($75 for international stu-
dents) is required for first-
time students. Tuition is
$61.11 per hour for in-state
students and $227.81 per


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Center for Innovation
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7131 Professional Pkwy. E.
(Corporate Park near 1-75 and University Pkwy.)

Representatives from the University
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campus, and Sarasota and Manatee
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PHOTO BY WOODY THAYER
Betty Gilmore, Miss
Englewood of 1954.
"Supposedly there was a cash
prize. I think they forgot to
give it to me," said Betty.


hour for out-of-state stu-
dents.
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kind of talked into doing it.
But it was a great success. It
was attended by 300 people.
"I was a sophomore at
Venice High School. We didn't
have a high school in Eng-
lewood then. I was 5-foot, 4-
inches tall, 124 pounds, and I
wasn't quite 15 yet. That night
I won, I was presented a bou-
quet of roses by Rev. E.E.
Stauffer, the Methodist minis-
ter, and a crown. They were
working on a shoestring -
my crown was made with
sparkles glued on. Suppos-
edly, there was a cash prize for
the winner. I think they forgot
to give it to me, but it couldn't


have been more than $5. I.
never thought it would be me
that would win.
"You could say being Miss
Englewood changed me. I
was always very, very shy.
Well, it didn't totally cure my
shyness, but it sure helped. It
gave me much more confi-
der:ce in myself. The kids took
me more seriously after-
wards. The boys paid more
attention to me, but maybe
not the ones I wanted.
And where is Englewood's
first beauty queen now?
Betty Gilmore Robertson
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RELIGION


FRIDAY
APRIL 29,2005


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


The Homosassa grave


REV. DWIGHT DOLBY
RELIGION COLUMNIST

The grisly gravesite in
Homosassa cries out for a
ruthless evaluation of what
we have become as a culture.
Surely a society giving such
free reign to passions and the
pursuit of sensual pleasures
will reap such a whirlwind. As
a pastor and as a man, I feel
compelled to speak out, in-.
deed shout out!
With the discovery of
cocaine paraphernalia and
pornographic magazines lit-
tered about the grave of this
9-year-old, could we be given
any clearer message? A soci-
ety that makes gods of their
sensual appetites will surely
self-destruct. Our culture
now feeds these appetites
indiscriminately and then.
seems shocked at the results.
We should indeed be in
shock after these recent
events. Shocked enough to
admit the truth and do
something about it.
All readers familiar with
the power of pornographic
images and the power of
mood-enhancing drugs or
drink understand the pro-
gressive nature of addictions.
By the time a man is acting
out sexual fantasies with


flesh-and-blood girls, or
women, he has progressed
way past the line of self-
control, and society is not
safe with him on the loose.
God's Old Testament sanc-
tions against such crimes
(sins) as kidnapping and re-
quired the death penalty. It
was obviously clear to God
that whatever issues a man or
woman struggled with per-
sonally, mentally, emotional-
ly or sexually, when these
struggles resulted in a crimi-
nal act against a flesh-and-
blood person, no more efforts
were made to correct what-
ever had gone wrong in the
perpetrator's childhood.
With the ready availability
of pornography on the Inter-
net, many more men and
women are struggling with
sexual addictions. As with
an alcohol addiction, sexual
addictions require increased
levels of pursuit to achieve
the same "high" or sensual
"rush." This progression leads
the addict toward "harder"?'
porn in a manner similar to
the alcoholic's need for
"harder" drink. Thus at the
graveside of this young girl
we find the evidence of her
murderer's progressed state
of addiction. However, the
sheer fact that he had inde-
cently exposed himself years
ago reveals he had already
"crossed the border" of his
own thought life.
Ask any early-stage porn
user (there is surely one close
to you) if they could see
themselves touching a young
girl inappropriately; they
would say "absolutely riot!" If
Please see DOLBY, 7B


RELIGION BRIEFS


Summer camp
* Sign up now for summer
camp at First Baptist Church
of Venice. Another fun-
packed summer is in store for
children in grades K-six. The
first session runs May 31-July
1; second session is July 5-
Aug. 5.
Registration fee is $50 per
student, with $425 due
by the first session. Call 485-
1314 to learn more, Monday-
Friday, 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
* Epiphany Cathedral invites
children ages 5-12 to partici-
pate in a free Serengeti Trek
vacation Bible school, June
13-17,9 a.m.-noon. The safari
fun takes place at the Epip-
hany Parish Hall A, on the
corner of Sarasota Street and
Harbor Drive in downtown
Venice. 'After VBS" is offered
for a fee, noon-5 p.m. Regis-
tration forms available at
Epiphany Cathedral, 310
Sarasota St. Register by June
6. For more information, call
484-3505.
Music at St. Mark's


PHOTO COURTESY OF. THE ORLANDO
DEANERY BOYCHOIR
The Orlando Deanery Boy-
choir brings its Prayer for
Peace international tour to
Venice at 7 p.m. Saturday,
April 30, at St. Mark's Epis-
copal Church, 508 Riviera St.
Free and open to the public;
donations accepted. Call
488-7714.


Day of Prayer, May 5
* Venice celebrates its 12th
National Day of Prayer, 7-8
p.m. at the downtown Gaze-
bo. This year's theme is God
Shed His Grace on Thee.
Mayor Dean Calamaras will
read his. proclamation en-
couraging community par-
ticipation; Venice High
School JROTC will present
the flag; prayers will be led by
area pastors, a school princi-
pal and an American Legion
chaplain emeritus; and the
pledge to the flag will be led
by Venice-area firefighters
and police. Call Willett Bla-
lock at 966-8084 or Jean Bur-
rows at 485-8824.
* Sarasota's National Day of
Prayer celebrations take place
at JD Hamel Park on Main
Street and Gulfstream ave-
nues. Bible reading by stu-
dents, 9-11:45 a.m.; citywide
prayer, noon-1 p.m. Free
parking off Bayfront Drive
at Ringling. Call Clairie at
412-0668.
Christian dance
Church of the Holy Spirit,
129 South Tamiami Trail in
Osprey, hosts a one-day
workshop of expressive
dance and movement, Satur-
day, April 30, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. A
Tapestry of the Father's Heart
is an interactive seminar led
by Lisa Peet-Lubin of The
Seventh Trumpet Ministries.
Cost of $20 includes lunch.
Registration required by call-
ing 918-1107 or 966-1924.
Rachel's Day
The community is invited
to commemorate Rachel's
Day at 2 p.m. Sunday, May 1,
at Emmanuel Lutheran
Church, 800 South Tamiami


Our Lady of Perpetual Help

Retreat Center


FI ''."-- 7 ,
SUN PHOTO BY JEFF TAVARES, jtavares@venicegondolier.com
Father Charles E. Mallen, left, and Sr. Carmella T. DeCosty
stand with artist Vincent Loiacono looking at a plaque
that expresses the gratitude of Our Lady of Perpetual
Help Retreat Center for their" ... dedication, tireless and
enduring efforts in establishing and sustaining ... "the
retreat.


Trail in Venice. Hal Hedley of
the Child Protection Center
and Robin LaPorta from
SPARCC will discuss.violence
against children and ways to
protect them. There will be a
question-and-answer period
and refreshments served.
Women's events
* Women's Connection holds
a special Mother's Day Out
and All That Glitters lun-
cheon, 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m.,
Tuesday, May 3, at Michael's
On East. Jo Anne Shopp dis-
plays her gems, music by Jan
Martinez and speaker Do-
rothy Morse. Cost: $18. All
women are invited. RSVP to


341-0555.
* Sarasota Christian Women's
Club I holds its Second Hand
Rose Brunch at 10 a.m. Thurs-
day, May 5, at Laurel Oak
Country Club, 2700 Gary
Player Blvd., Sarasota. Music
by Jan Martinez and the
speaker is Mary Ellen House.
Cost: $14. Nursery provided
at Grace Baptist Church.
RSVP by, May 2 at cwcfl.net
or call Marcia at 924-2189.
Feast of the Ascension
The Church of the Re-
deemer, 222 S. Palm Ave.,
Sarasota, celebrates the Feast

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* Christian Education for all ages
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Weekly Services
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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
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-- Reformed Community Church .
atJr Iul.' M 1600 Banyan Drive, Venice, FL 34293
d l l 941-493-3075
Sunday School 9:30AM
Pastor Neal S. Busker Worship Service 10:30AM
our Mission o glorify God Bible Study Thursday 11:00AM
by practicing Faith, Prayer meeting 1st Wednesday of
Hope and Charity each month 7:00PM All Welcome


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



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508 Riviera St., Venice, Fl. (2 block behind Venice Bon Secours Hospital)
Office 488-7714
- Saturday's 5:00 p.m. Holy Communion
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


GRACE UNITED
METHODIST CHURCH
Open Hearts, Open Minds, Open
Doors
400 E. Field Ave., Venice, FL
488-1374
S 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


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


UNITARIAN UNIVERSALIST CONGREGATION OF VENICE
Pinebrook Rd. at Edmondson Rd.
Sunday, May 1, 10:30 a.m.
Rev. Susanne Nazian addresses "How Wide and Deep?" in which she
explores the depth and breadth of Unitarian Universalism.
Music Director: Dr. David B. Katz
www.uucov.co Tel. 485-2105


Wednesday 7:00 P.M.
Bible Discovery
Friday One Hour Before Sunset
Sunset sing-a-long held on Venice Beach
Sunday
SGod 9:30 A.M. Christian Education
10:30 A.M. Contemporary Worship
7:00 P.M. Evening Praise Celebration
Rev. Randy E. Burt, Pastor
Located in the Galleria Plaza
A strong emphasis on charismatic 2115 S.Tamiami Tr. Venice, Fl
worship and the gospel of Office: 493-0775 9 A. M. 3 P.M.
$ salvation through Jesus Christ. Tuesday 7:00 P.M. Healing Class
1st & 3rd Tuesday Monthly


BLAB-TV Ch. 21
Saturday 5:30 p.m.

VEs ON VENICE

Saturday, April 30
Epiphany Cathedral
celebrates it's 50th

qe a ^Don't Miss It! 485-6989




208 Palm Ave, Nokomis FL 34275 Phone 488-4137
I(W of US 41, 4 blocks S of Albee Road)
www.vnumc.net vnumc@verizon.net
Sunday Worship Service
Traditional: 9:30 &1 1:00 AM Contemporary: 9:30 AM
Children's Puppet Church: 9:30 AM
Church School: 10:45 AM
Rev. J. Gordon Rails, Senior Pastor
Rev. J. Ralph Burton, Asst. Pastor
Bob Suter, Contemporary Worship Leader
Wesley John Schumacher, Director of Music


K Venice
Presbh terlan
Church
Meaningful Messages -
Magnificent Music
Sunday Services 10 AM
Wed. Evening "a Journey Through
the Old Testament" 6:30 PM
On the Island, 2 blocks south
of Venice Regional Hospital on the Rialto
www.venicepresbvterian.org j


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_CHRIST UNITED
METHODIST
CHURCH
Sie en Miller. Pasior
Larr Polts., Asociate Paslor
Sunday Morning Worship
Year Round 10:30am
Nov.-Apr. 8:30am & 10:30am
Sunday School 9:00am
Nursery Provided For All Services
1 493-7504
1475 Center Road,Venice
www.cumc.info


OUR SAVIOR LUTHERAN CHURCH (ELCA)
f tU, Sunday Worship :10 a.m.
l 2705 N. Tamiami Trail, Nokomis
Rev. Carl F. Kaltreider, Interim Pastor
We welcome you! 941-966-4442


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


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




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
488-8051 or www.newhopepeople.org


CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
"Jesus Loved Little Children Because Of Their Freedom From
Wrong And Their Receptiveness Of Right." 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
Child Care available at all services
Reading Room located in the Church www.cschurch-venice.org
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of the Ascension with
Eucharists on Thursday, May
5 at 7:30 a.m. and 10 a.m., as
well as a Solemn Choral
Eucharist at 6 p.m., followed
by a parish dinner and fellow-
ship. Cost is $9, $5 for children
younger than 12. RSVP by
May 2 to 955-4263.
Children's service
Children from the Jewish
Community Center of Venice
Sunday school conduct
Friday night services May 7 at
7:30 p.m. at 600 North Auburn
Road. Cantor Marci Vitkus
and the Adult Choir will pro-
vide musical accompani-
ment. All are welcome. Call
484-2022.
Singles
Jewish Singles of all ages are
invited to go Cosmic Bowling,
9-11 p.m. Saturday, May 7, at
Sarasota Lanes, 2250 Fruitville
Road. Cost is $10 to Flanzer
JCC; shoes, snacks and bever-
ages extra. RSVP to Laurie at



DOLBY r, ,
such a person looking at in-
.appropriate images of chil-
dren on the Internet could get
help at that stage, there is no
reason to lock him or her up
for 25 years.
However, what we must
see is that we live in a culture
cozy and comfortable with
free-wheeling sensuality.
We've created and now de-
fend the context of our own
demise. If the men in our
community were forthright,
they would admit to watch-
ing cheerleaders on the side-
line of every football game
with. certain inappropriate
thoughts. Is such a man a sex-
ual predator? What ideas the
man in the bleachers is for-
mulating about "Susie Jones"
"shaking her bootie" has little
bearing on the game: Indeed
if the game is boring, Susie's
bottom is not. Call in the
thought police and you'll
have half the fans in hand-
cuffs. But hey, what man is
going to stand up and admit
to this? And after all, maybe
Susie's dad is proud of the way
she-moves. -After all, he's-obvi-
ously granted permission.
This is where we are!! God
help us. Now a man can go
home from the football game,
drink a few more beers and
check in at the free porn
Internet site, all in the name
of a free country. I assure you
he'llhave enhanced apprecia-
tion for Susie's bottom next
week at the big game. And this
is the way we want it. Look at
Homosassa once more. Is this
really the way we want it?
Which of us doesn't feel like
running up there right now
and stamping on the maga-
zines and cocaine pipes, and
stamping and stamping and
stamping ...
I'm one man telling it like it
is in print. Every man is
susceptible to being sexually
attracted to the way a young
girl or woman moves her
body. It is up to him to control
himself, his thoughts, his pas-
sions and his eyes. If we don't
have moral boundaries estab-
lished in our. own hearts and
minds, the road to Homo-
sassa gets crowded quickly.
In God's law, when a man
or woman acts out their fan-
tasies, harming a flesh-and-
blood human being, the time
for helping the criminal is
over. We need stiffer sanctions
at the first actual offense. We
also need to acknowledge as a
society that freedom without
moral boundaries leads only
to destruction. A wise and
loving society will seek to pro-
tect 9-year-old girls by con-
sidering and putting in check
the existing cultural stimu-
lants toward runaway pas-
sions. If we don't want Johnny
to steal the fresh baked
chocolate chip cookies, let's
stop passing them under his
nose. An indulgent society
leaves its own evidence lit-
tered about the gravesites of


unspeakable evil.

The Rev. Dwight L. Dolby
is pastor ofAuburn Road
Presbyterian Church (PCA)
in Venice. He is married with
five children and has been
pastoring the congregation
on Auburn Road since 1990.


singles@flanzerjcc.com or
378-5568, Ext. 255.
* The Palm Singles (over 50),
meets Mondays at 6 p.m. for
dinner and a program at
Church of the Palms, 3224 Bee
Ridge Road in Sarasota. All
singles are invited to enjoy
these and many other activ-
ities. For reservations, call
924-7430.
Ice cream social
Gulf Coast Chapel Church
of God, 602 Albee Farm Road,
Nokomis, hosts a free ice
cream social on Saturday,
May 7, noon-2 p.m. Bring the
family and enjoy free ice
cream with all the toppings,
plus face painting for the kids,
under the shelter by the
church parking lot. The entire
neighborhood around the
church is invited. For more
information, call 486-1957.
Pancakes
Christ United Methodist
Church, 1475 Center Road,
Venice, holds a pancake
breakfast, 8-9:30 a.m. Satur-
day, May 7. Enjoy biscuits and
gravy, French toast and bacon
and sausage. Adults: $4, stu-
dents: $1, children younger
than 12: free. Next breakfast
is June 4.
Walk for Life
Sarasota Medical Preg-
nancy Center holds its annual
Walk for Life on Saturday,
May 7, at The Tabernacle,
4141 DeSoto Road, Sarasota.
Registration at 8 a.m., walk at
9 a.m. The 2-mile course is
stroller and wheelchair
friendly. There will be food,
fun and prizes. Rain or shine.
For more information, call


Grace Bible Church offers haven of hope


Tony Plummer is senior pastor at Grace Community Bible
Church, which, he says, "will become a haven of hope, reaching
out to the community. We are called to help those who are dis-
couraged or struggling with life. We are building teams to
respond to people as their needs arise."


STAFF REPORT

One of the newest churches
in town, Grace Community
Bible Church, is concentrating
on age-old problems pain,
suffering and discourage-
ment.


330-2273.
VICA meeting
Two members of the
Sarasota Quaker Friends
Meeting speak on what their
faith means to them at the
Venice Interfaith Community
Association meeting at 7 p.m.
Tuesday, May 10, at the Ven-
ice United Church of Christ,
620 Shamrock Blvd. VICA


The ministry is being called
"Engaging People," Senior
Pastor Tony Plummer said. It
involves everything from crisis
situations to visiting the sick
and those who are hospital-
ized.
Using a team approach,


welcomes all people of good
will who wish to share their
traditions, learn the traditions
and beliefs of others and work.
together to improve the qual-
ity of life for all members of
the Venice community.
Retreat
The Diocese of Venice
Respect Life Department
sponsors a Rachel's Vineyard


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PHOTOS COURTESY OF GRACE BIBLE CHURCH
Jammin' during a free community church concert are, from
left, Lisa Lane, Russ Cuccia, John Nuttex and.Greg Gregory.


members hope to engage peo-
.ple inside and outside of the
church, those in prison and
those who are homeless.
Some members have worked
on houses being built by
Habitat for Humanity and
plan to do more of that, mem-


ber Lee Hall said.
Grace Community Bible
Church meets at the Venice
High School Auditorium at 6
p.m. Saturday. For more
information, call the church
office at 497-4576. Ask for Kim
Nemecek.


retreat for women and men more info
struggling with the psycho- ister, call
logical or spiritual pain of (877) 908
abortion May 13-15 at Our ject.ra
Lady of Perpetual Help Re- ofvenice.,
treat Center in. Venice. A .
donation of $100 is requested Potluck
to help cover the costs of the South
room, meals and retreat Church h
materials. Scholarships avail- cheon at
able. Participation is confi- For mor
dential and open to all. For 493-0003


)rmation and to reg-
Marina toll-free at
-1212 or e-mail pro-
chel@diocese-
org.


, Venice Christian
lolds a potluck lun-
2390 Seaboard Ave.
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HEALTH from page 4B
pital, Dr. Ronald Heromin
and Mark Winer, PA-C, spon-
sor a free knee screening
Thursday, May 19,3- 5 p.m. in
the Suncoast Auditorium.
Registration and X-rays will
be in Radiology. Anyone will
knee pain or other knee ail-
ments is encouraged to make
an appointment. You are in
no way obligated for the free
X-ray or screening. Appoint-
ments are required. Call (941)
473-3919 or (888) 685-1598 to
reserve a time.
Orthopedic connection
This month's Orthopedic
Connection meeting is set for
Monday, May 23. Julio Gon-
zalez, M.D., addresses arthro-
scopic shoulder surgery. The


FRIDAY, APRIL 29, 2005


meeting is held in the hospi-
tal's auditorium A, 540 The
Rialto, Venice, at 6 p.m.
Refreshments will be served.
The gated north parking lot at
the comer of Palermo Place
will be open at 5 p.m. This is
the closest lot to the hospital
auditorium. Registration is
required. Call 486-6057 to
register.
Women's Wellness
* The Women's Wellness Cen-
ter of Englewood Community
Hospital offers a lecture enti-
tled "Stroke and Hyperten-
sion Awareness" May 24 at
1 p.m. at Englewood Char-
lotte Public Library on 3450
South McCall Road. Call (941)
473-9865.


* The Women's Wellness
Center of Englewood Com-
munity Hospital offers a lec-
ture entitled "Osteoporosis -
Keeping Your Bones Healthy
and Strong" on Thursday,
May 26 at 2:15 p.m. at Aspen
Bella on 1420 E. Venice Ave.,
Venice. For more ihforma-
tion, call (941) 473-9865.

H2U Health, Happiness,
You of Englewood Com-
munity Hospital, hosts a
bridge club Fridays, 2-5 p.m.
Refreshments provided. Cost
is $1 a person. For more infor-
mation, call (941) 473-5048.

Alcoholics Anonymous meets
every Tuesday and Thurs-
day at 7:30 p.m. at Engle-


wood Community Hospital,
700 Medical Blvd. Call (941)
466-7655 for more informa-
tion.
Wellness Services Inc. is in its
new location at the Brickyard,
530 U.S. 41 Bypass, Unit 22A,
Venice. Susan Davis, acu-
puncture physician offers free
weekly support groups there
include Stop Smoking on
Tuesday from 12-1 p.m.
Chronic Pain on Wednesdays,
2-3 p.m. and Weight Loss on
Thursday, noon-1 p.m. Call
412-1686 for more informa-
tion.

Red Cross Infant/Child and
Adult CPR, AED and First Aid
courses are offered in Venice
the third Saturday each


month. For locations, times
ande more information, call
379-9300, Ext. 242, or visit
southwestflorida.redcross.
org.
Low-cost meals
The cafeteria at Venice
Regional Medical Center, 540
The Rialto, Venice, continues
to offer specially priced
evening meals to those who
are 55 years old or older.
Meals are offered in the hos-
pital cafeteria, 5-6 p.m., daily,
and include a selected entree,
starch, vegetable fountain
drink and a dessert all for
$4.60. Parking available in the
hospital garage or you may
valet park. Weekly menus are
posted outside the cafeteria.


Blood screenings
Free blood pressure and
blood sugar screenings, 8:30-
10:30 a.m. every Thursday at
Bon Secours Venice
HealthPark main entrance,
1201 Jacaranda Blvd. (comer
of Center) Please fast prior to
testing. Free Continental
Breakfast served. Check in at
front desk.

H2U Health, Happiness,
You of Englewood
Community Hospital Hatha
yoga classes are held
Thursday, 5-6 p.m. in the..
Suncoast Auditorium. Classes
taught by certified instructor
Linda Davison. Must be a
H2U member. Call (941) 473-
5048.


VENUE from page3


the Country Club of Sarasota,
3600 Torrey Pines Blvd. Enjoy
cocktails, hors d'oeuvres, din-
ner by Epicurean Life, music,
raffles and more. Tickets are
$135. Proceeds benefit the
programs of MHCCI, includ-
ing Beacon House in Venice.
For more information, call
Jessica or Kevin at 953-3477.
* The Fraternal Order of
Eagles, 621 Colonia Lane,
Nokomis, hosts a Moms Party
with dinner and dancing,
Sunday, May 8, 2-6 p.m.
Music by J.E. All are welcome.
For more information, call
492-6697.
Photography class
Eileen Maris Cohen teaches
Travel Photography.. .Not Just
a Snap, Tuesdays, May 10-31,
9:30-11 a.m. at the Venice
Audubon Center, 4002 South
Tamiami Trail. The class will
focus on landscape, architec-
ture, wildlife, special events
and shooting on the run. For
more information call Cohen
at 488-9123 or Seacee
@comcast.net.
Golf benefits
* Support the mentally, physi-
cally and behaviorally chal-
lenged students at Oak Park
School at a golf tournament,



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Saturday, May 14 at Stoney-_
brook Golf and Country Club,
8801 Stoneybrook Blvd. at
Palmer Ranch in Sarasota.
Rain date: May 21. Registra-
tion and continental break-
fast at 7:30 a.m., 8 a.m. shot-
gun 4-person scramble,
lunch to follow. Cost is $95
per person. Corporate spon-
sorships available. Call Sue
Ellen at 361-6428.
* The National Organization
for Women holds its first Golf
Scramble to benefit Breast
Health Sarasota, Sunday, May
15 at Capri Isles in Venice.
Registration at 7:30 a.m.,
shotgun start at 8:30 a.m.
Cost is $65 per player, includ-
ing greens fees, cart, conti-
nental breakfast, beverages,
buffet lunch, raffles and
more. Breast Health Sarasota
is a nonprofit, volunteer-run
organization that provides
free mammograms and can-
cer treatment for those in the
Sarasota county area who
cannot afford treatment. Call
468-5352 to register, or send
payment to NOW Venice
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1181 S. Sumter Blvd., North
Port, FL 34287.
Alumni event
Penn State Alumni Associa-
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tion, Gulf Coast Chapter cele-
brates Penn State's 150th
birthday with a family ice
cream social at 3 p.m.
Saturday, May 7 at 708 South
Armada Road in Venice. RSVP"
to 496-4773.
Ballet benefit
The sixth annual Roots-Rock-
Reggae silent auction, dinner
and dance fund-raiser by The
Florida Ballet Arts Founda-
tion to benefit The Florida
BalletArts Academy, 6:30 p.m.
Saturday, May 7 with live
music by the Khronicles.
Tickets are $30. Call 955-3422
or order online at info@florid-
aballet.net.
Bok Sanctuary tour
Venice's Triangle Inn Associa-
tion sponsors a bus tour to
Historic Bok Sanctuary and
Pinewood Estate in Lake
Wales, Fla., Saturday, May 7.
Cost is $38 with lunch on your
own at Carillon Cafe. Bus
leaves the Historic Triangle
Inn, 351 S. Nassau St., Venice,
at 9 a.m. and returns around 6
p.m. Only 40 seats available.
Make check payable to the
Triangle Inn Association, 351
S. Nassau St., Venice, FL
34285. For'more information,
call 486-2487.


Concert
The Gulf Coast Men's Chorus
holds its Spring Concert-
Cabaret, "North, South, East
and West Side Story," Satur-
day, May 7, 8-10 p.m. at The
Players Theatre, 838 North
Tamiami Trail in Sarasota.
Tickets are $20. For more
information, call Philip at
957-0404 or purchase tickets
online .at gulfcoastmenscho-
rus.org.
Caledonian Club
Saturday, May 7, the Caledo-
nian Club of Florida West
holds its annual general
meeting and luncheon at the
Venice Yacht Club, 1330
Tarpon Center Drive. This
luncheon brings the season
to an end for the group.


Guests are welcome. Anyone
with Scottish heritage or
interest is welcome. For more
information on the luncheon
or membership, call David at
378-5144.
Breakfast for Mom
The Italian American Club of
Venice hosts a Mother's Day
breakfast, 8:30-11:30 a.m.,
Sunday, May 8 at 1375
Ringling Drive in Venice.
Orange juice, bacon, sausage,
eggs, pancakes and toast.
Cost is $5 for members, $6 for
nonmembers. Call .Linda at
493-6344.
Out at the Golden Apple
The Sarasota AIDS Theatre
Project celebrates PrideFest
by producing "Out at the
Golden Apple," at 7:30 p.m.


Monday, May 9 at 25 N. Pine-
apple Ave. in Sarasota. Enjoy
Broadway favorites sung by
men to handsome leading
men and women singing to
lovely leading ladies in this
hilarious evening celebrating
PrideFest. Tickets are $15.
Cash bar. Call 365-6348 or e-
mail garallan@msn.com.
Democratic Club
Waldo Proffitt of the Sarasota
Herald Tribune speaks at the
Democratic Club of Sarasota
luncheon, Saturday, May 14
at the Meadows Country
Club, 3101 Longmeadow,
Sarasota. Social at 1:30 a.m.,
lunch at noon. Cost: $17.
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In partnership with the
Sarasota Convention and visi-
tor's Bureau, The Fine Arts
Society of Sarasota presents
its main fund-raiser, the
Creators & Collectors Stu-
dio/Home Tours, Friday and
Saturday, April 29 and 30, 10
a.m.-4 p.m. each day.
The 10 artists' homes and
studios being featured are
those of painter Vicky Chelf at
2715 Valencia Drive, sculptor
Ken Clark and painter Lynn
Zoe at 2623 Siesta Drive,
painter Peppi Elona at 7857
Midnight Pass Road, painter
Robert Gelinas at 1325 Co-
coanut Ave., canvas rug-mak-
er Jeanne Keckler at 1677 10th
St., painter William Kelley at
1675 10th St., jewelry designer
Denise Kowal at 537 S. Pine-
apple Ave., photographer Ter-
ry Shank at 1677'10th St. and
painter Ranger Smyth at 3435
Seagrape Drive. Tickets are
$20 and can be purchased on
tour days at the artists' stu-
dios. Tickets also may be pur-
chased in advance at David-
son Drug Stores, the Van
Wezel box office, Longboat
Key Art Center, Art Center
Sarasota, Venice Art Center,
Paper Pad in Venice, Sarasota
Information Center, the Brok-
en Egg Restaurant, Blue Line
Inc., Exit Art locations, Ace
hardware stores, Artful Im-
ages and More lJoan Michlin
Fine Art Jewelrv, the Art Gal-
lery of Colleen Cassidy Berns
or from members of the soci-
ety. For more information.
call (941) 330-0680.
The society is continuing
its back-stage tours of the Van
Wezel Performing Arts Hall,
777 North Tamiami Trail,
Sarasota, through May. The


final tour will be Tuesday,
May 3, beginning at 10 a.m. in
the main lobby. The cost is $5
per person and the proceeds
benefit the Van Wezel and the
Fine Arts Society, which pur-
chases significant art by area
artists for its permanent col-
lection, which is displayed at
the hall. To reserve your place
for this special opportunity to
get behind the scenes of Sara-
sota's famous purple building
on the bay, call the Charge-it-
line at (941) 953-3368.

Today, the Venice Art Cen-
ter pigs will be heading to the
spa for rejuvenation treat-
ments. Saturday morning,
they will head for the Venice
Yacht Club on Tarpof Center
Drive, where they will go on
the auction block Saturday
night during the black-tie
gala benefit that will wrap up
the most talked-about fund-
raiser in recent history here in
Venice. Some hated the pigs
and some loved them but,
thousands of visitors posed
for pictures next to them,
grandparents made sure their
grandchildren saw them and,
last Christmas season, two of
the pigs.were even gifted with
a little ceramic reindeer to
keep them company on Ven-
ice Avenue. If you don't have
tickets to the gala, you can
still participate online this
evening. Go to venicepigsin-
paradise.com. To bid online,
you must register with Auc-
tioneer Neal Vin de Ree
(AU460) by printing and fill-
ing out the necessary forms
'and faxing them to the auc-
tioneer at (941) 488-7849.
Minimum bid is $500. At.
press time, there was already
a $1,200 bid on the Jack
Down-designed pig, Mr. Pig-
gins, which was sponsored by
Peter Vogt. This is one auction
where the VAC hopes that
bidders will go hog wild. Call
the VAC at 485-7136 for more
information.
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dium and best-selling author
Rosemary Altea, a winter
Venice resident. Saturday's
show will air live from 3-5.
p.m.
Monday, May 2, Roles'
guest will be Venice Gondolier
Sun Editor Bob Mudge. That
show'will air 2-3 p.m. on 1220
AM.
If you have questions for
Roles or any.of his guests, you
can call 952-1220 during the
show. You also can listen to
the show on your computer at
newstalkl220.com.

Tampa author Chris Kuz-
neski, who is planning to
move to this area within the
next few months, sigis copies
of his debut novel, "The
Plantation," at Circle Books,
478 John Ringling Blvd. on St.
Armands Circle in Sarasota
on April 30, 1-3 p.m. To re-
serve signed copies, call the
store at 388-2850.

At 2 p.m. Tuesday, May 3,
Elaine Dunkleberger, presi-
dent of the Manatee Fossil
Club, will speak about Florida
Fossils from the ice Age. The
event is sponsored by the
Environmental Collection at-
Selby Public Library's Geld-
bart Auditorium, 1331 First
St., Sarasota.
The Environmental Col-
lection is part of the Special
Collections Department at
Selby Public Library. Its pur-
pose is to raise public aware-
ness about, environmental
issues. The program is free
and open to the public. NA
reservations are necessary.
For more information, call
861-5000.

May 7, at 8 p.m., engage in
an enchanting evening at the
15th annual Concert Under
the Stars in the gardens of the
Historic Bok Sanctuary at
Lake Wales. The concert will


feature the Imperial Sym-
phony Orchestra performing
"Broadway Nights," a series of
musical selections from "Les
Miserables," "My Fair Lady"
and the "Wizard of Oz." For
more information, call (863)
676-1408 or visit boksanctu
ary.org.

Sandestin Golf and Beach
Resort in Destin will add
more than 500 new accom-
modations this spring, in-
cluding the Luau and Bahia
condominiums and two Mar-
riott-branded hotels. Luau
will add 243 suites to San-
destin's sugar-white beaches
and will feature a planned
sunset observation deck on
* the roof. Bahia will add 112
suites and is Sandestin's
answer to the boutique hotel.
Call (800) 622-1038, or visit
sandestin.com.

The Salvador Dalf Mu--
seum's Zodiac Group hosts a
fund-raising event Friday,
May 13, 7-9 p.m. at the Bank,
a new St. Petersburg night
club and concert venue fea-
turing original artwork.
This fourth annual martini
event expands upon the use
of local artists to create origi-
nal work for silent auction.
Fifty percent of the auction
proceeds will go to the artist
and the remainder will bene-
fit the Dalf Museum. This
year's theme is the creative,
use of lamp shades. Artists
will be presented with a
blank, standard lampshade
that they can incorporate,
destroy or disregard to start
their own original creation to
be used as art or clothing. Six-
teen well-known local artists
are already signed on.
The original Zddiac Group
was created in France in 1932
and consisted of 12 collectors
who each sponsored Salvador
Dali for one month of the
year. In'exchange, each pa-
tron received a w6rk that Dali
produced during that. same
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The St. Petersburg Zodiac
Group was reformed at the
Salvador Dali Museum with
an inaugural event in spring
1996. In the spirit of the origi-
nal founders, the group hosts
numerous social events each
year that combine art and
entertainment.
Proceeds from these
events support the museum's
educational mission to edu-.
cate the public and promote
understanding, enjoyment
and scholarly examination of
art through the exhibition of
works by Dalf and artists of
similar vision.
Tickets are $25 for 'Zodiac
members and $35 for non-
members in advance and $10
more at the door. Tickets
include free martinis, deli-
cious hors d'oeuvres, music
by a local' disc jockey and a
chance to win prizes. To pur-
chase tickets call (727) 823-
3767. Tickets are available on
a first-come basis.
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3024.
The Bank is located at 1919
Central Ave. For more details
about the Bank, visit atthe-
bank.com.

The 40th annual hibiscus
show sponsored by the Gulf
Coast Chapter of the Amer-
ican Hibiscus Society will be
Sunday, May 15, atWoodmere
Park Recreation Center, 3951
Woodmere Park, Venice. The,
show will be 1-4:30 p.m.
Admission and parking are
*free. 'Anyone may enter
blooms for competition be-
tween 9 and 11:30 a.m. Help is
available for newcomers. A
plant will be given away every
half hour during the show.
Useful information on grow-
ing and caring for hibiscus
will be available.
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Hibiscus plants and other
related items will be available
for sale during show hours.
For more information, call so-
ciety president Sioux Hurley
at 484-0728.

Tracy Kidder's "Mountains
Beyond Mountains" was se-
lected as this year's book for
Sarasota County's annual
One Book, One Community
celebration.
Kidder, who will appear at
two venues in Sarasota and
Venice in late May to discuss
his latest book, is the Pulitzer
Prize-winning author of "The
Soul of a New Machine,"
"House" and '"Among
Schoolchildren."
"Mountains Beyond
Mountains" tells the story of
Dr. Paul Farmer, a Harvard-
educated physician who
works to fights disease and
poverty in Haiti.
He is a founder of Partners
in Health, which seeks med-
ical solutions for people in
poor countries who often suf-
fer from preventable and
treatable diseases.
Each year the Sarasota
County Library System pre-
sents One Book, One Com-
munity, a series of events that
encourages everyone in Sara-
sota County to read and dis-


free caregiver time-out pro-
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County residents at St. Mark's
Episcopal Church in Venice
on Thursday, 10:30 a.m.-1:30
p.m.
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week to volunteer, call Car-
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including Kidder's appear-
ances, are being sponsored by
the William G. Selby and
Marie Selby Foundation (in
commemoration of its 50th
anniversary, "Celebrating a
Tapestry of Giving") and by
Sarasota County Libraries.
Kidder's appearances are be-
ing arranged by Sarasota
News & Books.
The author's appearances
are free to the public, but
advance tickets are required.
Kidder will speak at 2 p.m.
and 7 p.m. Wednesday, May
25 at Holley Hall in the Be--
atrice Friedman Symphony
Center, Sarasota; and at 2
p.m. Thursday, May 26, at
' Church of the Nazarene, Ven-
ice.
Leading up to these events,'
libraries throughout Sarasota
County will host discussion
groups to talk about the book.
To find out more, visit any
Sarasota County Library, log
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site at sclibs.riet, or call the
Sarasota County Call Center
at 861-5000 arid ask about
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MOVIE GUIDE
A quick look at what's playing
where (and if it's any good): ..


'A L'attl.IIeLdove (PG-13)
The Amityville Horror (R)
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Guess Who (PG-13)

The Interpreter (PG-13)


Melinda and Melinda (F


Miss Congeniality (PG-
The Paciffer (PG)
The Ring Two (R)


Sahara (PG-13)
.htitz'Gets.the Blues
Sin City (R)
?t$jde'of Anger (R ..:


BY CHRISTY LEMIRE
GUEST WRITER


Forget what you think you
know about Penelope Cruz
the glamorous Ralph
Lauren ads, the tabloid-fod-
der romances with Tom
Cruise and Matthew Mc-
Conaughey, the questionable
forays into big-budget
English-language films like
"Sahara" and "Captain Co-
relli's Mandolin."
With "Don't Move," the
Spanish star reminds us of
why we found her fascinating
in the first place: Besides
being gorgeous, she can act.
And because she can act, she
elevates Italian director/
co-star Sergio. Castellitto's
film about a doomed affair
above its soapiness.
Dressed down and tarted
up, she recalls Giulietta
Masina in Fellini's "The
Nights of Cabiria" as a feisty
hotel maid who gets involv-
ed in a fiercely sexual rela-
tionship with a wealthyy,


A Lot Like Love
On a flight from Los Angeles
to New York. Oliver (Kutcnert and
Emily iPeet) make a connection,
only to decide thal they are
poorly suited to be together. Over
Ine next seven years, however,
they are reunited time and time
again, they go from being
acquaintances to close friends
to .. lovers?
Hollywood 20. 12, 2-30, 5,
7:35, 10 10., 1235 Fri-Sal: 12.
2:30, 5, 7-35, 10.10 Sun
Merchants Crossing 16: 1:10,
4:50, 7-30, 10 Fn-Sat; 1:10, 4:50,
7:30 Sun
*" Sarasota East: 1:45, 4:45,
7:45, 10:15 Fri-Sat; 1:45, 4:45,
7:45 Sun
Town Center 16:1:50, 4:50,
7:50, 10:35

The Amityville Horror
On Dec.18. 1975. George and.
Kathy Lutz along with their chil-
dren moved into a house in the
legendary Amilyville, NY. You
could have, said it was their
dream home. Especially if their
dreams were nightmares.
Arcadia Cinema: 7, 8:45
Hollywood 20:12, 12:30, 1:30,
2:25, 2:55. 4. 4:50, 5:20, 6:50,
7:15, 7:45, 9.30, 9:55, 10:20, 12
Fri-Sal; 12, 12:30, 1:30, 2:25,
2-55. 4. 4:50. 5:20, 6:50, 7:15,
7:45, 9 30, 9.55, 10:20 Sun
Merchants Crossing 16: 1:15,
2:20, 4:15, 5:15, 7:05, 8, 9:30,
10:15 Fri-Sat; 1:15, 2:20, 4:15,
5:15, 7:05, 8 Sun
Sarasota East: 1:30, 4:30,
7:30, 9:45 Fri-Sat; 1:30, 4:30, 7:30
Sun
Town Center 16:1:10,1:40,
4:15, 4:45, 7:10, 7:40, 10:05,
10:15

The Ballad of
Jack and Rose
Jack (Daniel Day-Lewis) lives
on the site of his abandoned
island commune with his 16-year-
old daughter Rose (Camilla Belle).
Jack has sheltered Rose from the
influences of the outside world,
but now Rose's emerging woman-
hood poses troubling questions
about the days ahead.
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married surgeon.
As Italia, she's almost un-
recognizable with her mis-
matched clothes, bad teeth
and worse makeup. Well,
almost. Despite the bowl-
legged gait as she struts awk-
wardly through her destitute
neighborhood in Rome,
those are still Penelope
Cruz's long, lean gams
sprouting from that cheap
miniskirt.
Her inner transformation,
though, is what counts. And
there's something raw and
real and sort of lonely about
Italia that enthralls the more
sophisticated Timoteo (Cas-
tellitto, who., also wrote the
script based on the novel by -
his wife, Margaret Maz-
zantini).
He reflects upon the rela-,
tionship in flashbacks one
afternoon while his teenage
daughter (Elena Perinol is
lying unconscious in a hospi-
tal bed after a motorbike
accident.
Timoteo recalls meeting


Beauty Shop
You thought you'd heard it all in
the barbershop, but you haven't
heard anything yet the women.
get their own chance to shampoo,
shine and speak their minds in
Beauty Shop. From the filmmakers
trat brought you Barbershop and
Barbershop 2, Oueen Lailan stars
as Gina. a hairstylist who opens a
shop of her own 1 hr. -15 min.
Arcadia Cinema: 7, 8:45
Hollywood 20: 12:05; 3:10,
6:55, 9:35, 12:10 Fri-Sat; 12:05,
3:10,6:55, 9:35 Sun,
Merchants Crossing 16:1:20,
4:40, 7:25, 9:55 Fri-Sat; 1:20,
4:40, 7:25 Sun
Sarasota East: 2, 5, 8, 10:20
Fri-Sat; 2, 5, 8 Sun
Town Center 16:1, 4:05, 7:05,
10:20

Dear Frankie
A mother protects her deaf
child Irom the truth about his
lather and their frequent moves.
Hollywood 20: 12:25. 3. 5.25
7:50, 10:15
Downfall
In the dead ofa November
night in 1942, a group of young
women are escorted by SS offi-
cers through the woods to Wolf's
Lair, Hitler's headquarters in
Eastern Prussia. They are candi-
dates for the post of personal sec-
retary to the Fuehrer. Among them
is 22year old Traudi Junge :
(Alexandria Maria Lara) a fresh ,
faced girl from Munich. The'..'. .
women are ushered into the wait-
ing room outside Hitler's private
office, each eager to make a
good impression.
Burns Court: 1:45
Fever ,Pitch
Jimmy Fallon and Drew
Barrymore star in this romantic
comedy about a high school
teacher who meets a successful
businesswoman. They fall deeply
in love. But when baseball season
begins, she's forced to contend
with what could be his only "true'"
love: the Boston Red Sox.
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down on the side of the road
in the middle of nowhere.
Having killed time drinking,
straight vodka in the heat
while waiting for the
mechanic to finish, he asks to
use Italia's phone,, then pro-
ceeds to force himself on her.
The act isn't so much startling
as it is mechanical and inert.
She pretty much lets him do
it, and when he repeatedly
returns to her house after-
ward, she lets him do it some
more.
Even though he's married
to the impossibly beautiful
and elegant Elsa (Claudia
Gerini), with whom he shares
a comfortable home and a
healthy sex life, the sad-eyed
Timoteo finds he's happier
with Italia. It's not just the
exotic, rebellious nature of
slumming it he's more
comfortable with her, she's
low-maintenance. It's totally
believable that these two dis-7
parate people could fall into a
forbidden fling and their


7:20 Sun
Town Center 16: 1:55, 4:55,
7:45, 10:30

Guess Who
In this update of the classic
Guess Who's Coming to Dinner. a
black father iBernie Maci has
issues with his daughter's desire
to marry a white boy (Ashion
Kutcher) 1 hr 37 mm.
Hollywood 20: 12.05. 245,
5.15. 7.50. 10:25
Merchants Crossing 16: 1:50,
5:15, 7:40, 10:05 Fn-Sat, 1:50,
5:05, 7.40 Sun
Sarasota Easl: 4:35, 10.05 Frn-
Sat; 4:35 Sun
Town Center 16: 1:30, 4:35,
7:35, 10:35
Hitch
Alex Hitchens (Will Smith) is a
famous, albeit anonymous, "date
doctor" who helps men woo their
ultimate dream girls. While aiding
a shy accountant (Kevin James)
with his object of fantasy, celebrity
Allegra Cole kAmber Valleta), he
encounters gossip columnist Sara
Melas (Eva'Mendes). Not one
easily swayed by the opposite sex,
he nevertheless finds himself
smitten by the beautiful, smart
and sassy reporter. She's the only
one able to derail him from his
usual smooth romantic ways, and.
she may be the one to finally
unmask his real profession.
1 hr. 55 min.
Merchants Crossing 16: 1:40,
'4:55, 7:35, 10:20 Fri-Sat; 1:40,
4:55, 7:35 Sun
The Interpreter
Political intrigue and deception
unfold inside the United Nations,
where an FBI agent (Penn) is
assigned to protect an interpreter
(Kidman) who overhears an
assassination plot.
Hollywood 20: 12:05, 1:20,
3:15, 4:10, 6:45, 7:10, 9:45,
10:15,12:35 Fri-Sat; 12:05, 1:20,
3:15, 4:10, 6:45, 7:10, 9:45, 10:15
Sun
Merchants Crossing 16: 1.:45,
5, 7:50, 10:30 Fri-Sat; 1:45, 5,
8:10 Sun
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Sat; 1, 4, 7 Sun
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connection does turn tender.
Italia gets pregnant (at the
same time as Elsa how's
that for melodrama?) and
after driving her to a clinic
in his Volvo station wagon
for an abortion, Timoteo
changes his mind and in-
stead examines her himself,
tenderly kissing her body as
he goes along.
It's the most sensual scene
in a film that, for the most
part, is shot in a gritty style
and sometimes feels gratu-
itously shocking. Toward the
end, Timoteo and Italia are
having desperate. "9':1/2
Weeks"-sryle sex in a back
alley in the rain. By that point
it almost feels like Castellitto
is trying to see how far he can
push it before we look away,
completely offended.
And yet not to give too
much away he lets some
people off the hook a bit too
easily. It's not a happy ending
for anyone, but let's just say
it's happier for some more
than others.


4:30, 7, 7:30, 9:55. 10:25

King's Ransom
Hoping to foil his own gold-dig-
ging wife's plan. a loathsome busi-
nessman arranges his own kid-
napping, only to realize thai there
are plenty of other people interest-
ed in his wealth as well.
Hollywood 20: 11:50, 2:20,
4:55, 7:25, 9:50, 12:15 Fri-Sat;
11:50, 2:20, 4:55, 7:25, 9:50 Sun
Merchants Crossing 16:1:25,
4:30, 7:55, 10:10 Fri-Sat; 1:25,
4:30, 7:55 Sun ,
Town Center 16: 1;55, 4:10,
7:50, 10:30_

Kung Fu Hustle
In Shanghai, China, in the
1940s, a wannabe gangster
aspires to join the notorious "Axe
Gang" while an obnoxious landla-
dy and her apparently frail hus-
band exhibit extraordinary powers
in defending their turf.
Hollrywood 20- 12:40, 1:25, 3,
4:20, 5:20, 7:05, 8, 9:40, 10:30,
12:15 Fri-Sat; 12:40, 1:25, 3, 4:20,
5:20, 7:05, 8, 9:40, 10:30 Sun
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4:55, 7:40, 10:10 Fri-Sat: 1:55.
4:55. 7.40 Sun
Town Center 16 1:20, 4:15,
7:20, 10:20

Melinda and Melinda,
Two Manhattan playwrights
imagine life as either comedy or
tragedy. They devise dual scenar-
os, both involving a fictional char-
acter named Melinda (Radha
Mitchell). In the comic story, she
barges in on her married pals and
becomes the object of infatuation
for the husband. In the other, more
tragic plot, she 'tells her married
friends that her doctor husband
has left her after she cheated, and
she's thinking of either killing her-
self or him. Both imagined dia-
logues give rise to much compli-
cated, amusing philandering,
courtesy of veteran writer-director
Woody Allen. 2 hrs.
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Miss Congeniality 2:
Armed and Fabulous
FBI agent Gracie Hart (Sandra
Bullock) is basking in the glow of
her newfound popularity after help
ing to disarm a threat against the
Miss United States pageant: But,
she's determined to get back to th
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ner Cheryl and emcee Sian are
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team Gracie with another agent
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hit it off with her. 1 hr. 55 min.
Hollywood 20:12:50, 7:05
Merchants Crossing 16: 1:30,
5:05, 7:50,10:25 Fri-Sat; 1:30,
5:05, 7:50 Sun
Sarasota East: 1:35, 7:35
Town Center 16:1:25, 4:25,
7:10

The Pacifier
Vin Diesel stars as a Navy
SEAL who is forced to babysit five
kids after their scientist dad is
assassinated. Maintaining a stable
home turns out to be just as much
of a challenge as fighting the bad
guys as he struggles with teen
rebellion, diapers and a wacky
Romanian nanny (Carol Kane).
1 hr. 31 min.
'Merchants Crossing 16: 12:40,
2:55, 5:20, 7:45, 10 Fri-Sat; 12:40',
2:55, 5:20, 8 Sun
Town Center 16:1:25, 4:25,
7:25, 10

The Ring TWO
SNaomi Watts returns in the
sequel to the. popular The Ring.
After the events of the first film, he
harassed reporter moves to
Oregon with her young son (David
Dorfman), Soon, she's haunted
again by an unnatural spectre
responsible for a local murder. Her
son, too, is traumatized by its ter-
rors. 1 hr. 47 min.
Hollywood 20: 3:40, 10,12:30
Fri-Sat; 3:40, 10 Sun
Town Center 16: 10

Robots
The world is inhabited only by.
robots. A machine named Rodney
goes on a quest to make life better
for everyone. His journey is imped-
ed by a corporate tyrant named
Big Weld (Mel Brooks) And he's
distracted by a potential romance
with a sexy company robot called
Cappy (Halle Berry) 1 hr 30 min.
* Hollywood 20: 12 10, 2-35, 5,
7:20, 9:40
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2:40, 5, 7:15, 9:35 Fri-Sat; 12:30,
2:40, 5, 7:15 Sun
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Master explorer Dirk Pin
iMannrew '.cConaugheyi lakes on
the adventure of his hie wren he
embarks on a treasure hunt
through some of the most danger-
ous regions of West Africa.
Searching ior what locals call the
S "Ship ot Deaih," a iong lost Civil
War battleship that protects a
I- secret cargo, Pitt and his wise-
cracking sidekick (Steve Zahn) use
their wits and clever heroics to help
e Doctor Eva Rojas (Penelope Cruz),
when they realize the ship may be
linked to mysterious deaths in the
, very same area. 2 hrs. 7 min.
Hollywood 20: 12:15,; 1:15,
y 3:20, 4:30, 7, 7:30, 10, 10:30
Merchants Crossing 16:1:35, 5,
y 7:45, 10:30 Fri-Sat; 1:35, 5, 7:45
Sun
Sarasota East: 1:15, 4:15, 7:15,
10:10 Fri-Sat; 1:15, 4:15, 7:15 Sun.
Town Center 16: 1,4:05, 7:05,
10:05

Schultze Gets the Blues
Schultze is a retired lignite
miner living in an East German vil-
lage and a passionate Polka musi-
cian on his accordeon. One night
he listens to a Blues tune on the
radio, which changes his taste.of
music radically.. Notwithstanding
his complete ignorance of the
English language, he starts a trip
into the heart of the Blues; to
Louisana.
Burns Court: 5, 8:10

Sin City
Corruption is the name of the
game in Sin City. This is the story
of its larger than life characters,
who live and die on its colorful,
sleepless streets. Among them is
a tough-as-nails street fighter who
goes on a rampage after a beauti-
ful girl is killed in his presence.
r 2 hrs. 6 min.
Hollywood 20:11:55, 3:05,
6:45, 9:45, 12:30 Fri-Sat; 11:55,
3:05, 6:45, 9:45 Sun
Merchants Crossing 16: 2,
4:45, 7:35, 10:25 Fri-Sat; 2, 4:45,
-7:35 Sun
own Center 16:,1.~5, 4.20.
1,0:10 ,,

Upside of Anger
A woman is abandoned by her
husband and is left to raise her
four daughters alone. She begins
to see her neighbor, an ex-base-
br ail player and a drinking buddy.
Slowly, he becomes an additional
member 01 her dysfunctional fami-
ly 1 hr 58 mm.
Hollywood 20: 12:20, 3:30,
'6:50, 9:30
Merchants Crossing 16: 12:50,
4:25, 7:30, 10:10 Fri-Sat; 12:50,
4:25, 7:30 Sun
Town Center 16:1:45, 4:40,
7:25, 10:15

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MCC from page SB
For more information, call
(941) 752-5005 in Bradenton
or 408-1300, Ext. 65005, in
South Sarasota County.
Annual exhibit features
best student artwork
An Annual Juried Art Stu-
dent Exhibition featuring the
best artwork produced by
Manatee Community College
students in the 2004-05 acad-
emic year opened Friday,
April 22, in the fine art gallery
at MCC Bradenton, 5840 26th
St. W, Bradenton.
A professional from the
community will judge com-
petition for seven $100 Best of
Show cash awards. The MCC
art faculty will choose win-
ners of $1,500 Purchase
awards. Those works will be-
come part of the college's per-
manent collections and will
be displayed on campus.
The exhibition will contin-
ue through May 2. Regular
gallery hours are 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
Monday through Friday. For
more information, call 752-
5225.
Honors society inducts.
new members
Manatee Community
College Bradenton and MCC
Venice chapters of the Phi
Theta Kappa international
honors society inducted 110
new members at a March 4
ceremony at Neel Performing
Arts Center at MCC
Bradenton. PTK members
must have a 3.5 or higher
grade point average at induc-
tion and maintain a 3.25 GPA.
The guest speaker was
Raymond Wonder, language
and literature professor at
MCC. Special guests included
MCC President Sarah Pappas
and John Rosen, vice presi-
dent of academic affairs. The
MCC Bradenton Nu Zeta
chapter recognized Kathy
Fields, academic department
secretary, mathematics, as an
honorary member.
The MCC Bradenton chap-


ORIGINAL from page 5B
lives in Mary Esther, Fla.,
where she worked for years as
the librarian at the Mary
Esther Public Library.---- -
The first Miss Englewood
contest turned out to be very
successful. By the third year,
support from local mer-
chants, so far as donating
prizes, had grown. Below is a
list of some of the prizes the
third Miss Englewood, Johnie
May Daughtry, received. It'
was a little different from
prizes given beauty queens
today.
First, she got to wear the
,same crown with the glued-
on sparkles that was made for
the first Miss Englewood. She
received a bouquet of flowers,
$5 cash, two steak dinners
-from the Driftwood Inn, a


ter inducted 87 new mem-
bers. The MCC Venice Alpha
Mu Upsilon chapter induced
23 new members.
Art by French
students on display
Manatee Community Col-
lege's third annual Interna-
tional Internet Artwork Ex-
change exhibit showcasing
graphics and fine art by
French students opened on
April 14.
The exhibit by students
attending Ecole Superieure
d'Art de Perpignan is the re-
sult of a digital exchange of
artworks by MCC and ESAP
students with the technical
help and expertise of art di-
rectors and faculty at both
schools. The project was initi-
ated by Tom Davenport, di-
rector of Workforce Devel-
opment, and Darlene Wedler-
Johnson, dean of arts and let-
ters and social and behavioral
sciences, at MCC, and Ro-
berta Somach of the Sarasota
Sister Cities Association. The
artwork will remain in the
permanent collections of
MCC and ESAP
The exhibits, which are
open to the public, can be
seen in the first-floor foyer of
the Center for Innovation and
Technology at Manatee Com-
munity College Lakewood
Ranch, 7131 Professional
Parkway East, Sarasota.
For more information, call
(941) 752-5225.
Hours extended
for GED program
Manatee Community Col-
lege's free general education
test preparation and counsel-
ing program has been ex-
panded and, for the first time,
will be offered on Fridays and
Saturday at MCC Bradenton.
The program also is offered at
MCC Venice and two off-
campus locations. Successful
completion of the GED test is
the nationally recognized
equivalent of a high school
diploma.
Classes and counseling are


offered:
8 a.m.-noon, Monday
through Friday; 5:30-9 p.m.,
Monday through Wednesday;
9 a.m.-1 p.m., Saturday, Room
221, Building 18, MCC Bra-
denton, 5840 26th St. W, Bra-
denton.
4-9 p.m., Monday and
Wednesday, Room 171, Build-
ing 100, MCC Venice, 8000
South Tamiami Trail, Venice.
9 a.m.-1 p.m., Monday
through Thursday, Janie Poe
Housing Authority, 2300 Janie
Poe Blvd., Sarasota.
9 a.m.-1 p.m., Monday
through Thursday, Grove Ter-
race Housing Authority, 201
N. Grove St., Venice.
Classes at the off-campus
sites are offered in conjunc-
tion with theYMCA Even Start
program. Sarasota residents
who qualify for that program
may receive free transporta-
tion, meals and child care.
For information, call 408-
1300.


CATS from page 11B


cats being separated, rotate
their toys and blankets. For
example, take a blanket Buffy
naps on and rotate it with a
blanket your other cats use.
Place some treats on the
blanket with the other cats'
scents. All three cats will
slowly begin to associate the
other cats' scents with some-
thing good. And a blanket
won't hiss or growl back.
Play is a great stress-
buster, and Adelman, based
in New York City, says it's
important to play with all of
your cats daily using an
interactive toy, such a fishing
pole-type toy with feathers or
a Cat Dancer.
Adelman, author of "Every
Cat's Survival Guide to Living
with Neurotic Owner"
(Barnes & Noble\Books, New
York, NY, 2003; $6.98), says
after a few weeks, open the
door to Buffy's room and


stack two baby gates on top
of one another in the door-
way, so none of the cats can
jump over. Now, aside from
smelling each other, they can
see each other. If there's
some hissing, don't worry. To
diffuse tension, check out a
product called Feliway (wall
plug-in), which releases fake
pheromones into the air and
helps relax anxious cats.
Catnip also eases tension.
After another week or so,
when all the hissing has
stopped, take Buffy to one
side of a room and give her a
treat. Simultaneously, have
someone else take the other
two cats to the opposite side
of the room and hand them
special yummies. "It should-
n't take long before the two
scardey cats understand they
only get special treats when
they're close to Buffy," says
Ademan. "Gradually, move
the cats closer together."
Q: Can I put a betta fish in an


aquarium with a goldfish and
algae-eating fish? S.P.,
Washington, D.C.
A: Betta fish particularly
the males can be aggres-
sive. Certainly the goldfish
and the algae eater (plecosto-
mus) will get along just fine.
But betta fish don't make
great roommates. However,
Dr. Jennifer Langan, of
Brookfield Zoo says if you
provide an aquarium larger
than 20 gallons, with lots of
places of hide, all three fish
may do just fine. Your best
bet is to have one tank for
the goldfish and algae eater,
and a separate bowl for the
betta.

Steve Dale welcomes ques-
tions/comments from readers.
He will answer those of gen-
eral interest in his column.
Write to Steve at Tribune
Media Services, 2225 Ken-
moreAve., Suite 114, Buffalo,
NY14207.


case of soft drinks from
Johnson Lumber, a birthday
cake, a $5 gift certificate from
the hardware store, three bot-
tles of perfume from the
Englewood Pharmacy and,
last but not least, a 6-foot
palm tree from Englewood
Nursery.
By the third year there were
even prizes for the runners-
up. Two of the prizes that sec-
ond-place winner Evelyn
Martinez received were 5 gal-
lons of gas from Spargur's
Garage and a $2 gift certificate
from a fish store. Third-place
winner Carol Cortes got two
pies from Don's Coffee Shop.
Diana Harris is a histori-
cal columnist for the Sun
newspapers. You can e-mail
her at diharris@comcast.net.


TESTfrom page 1B


Some pigs will be sent
packing, others are
penned
Sold sows will be free to
travel after Saturday night's
Pigs in Paradise auction to
benefit the Venice Art Center.
Some already have bags
packed and plans made to
leave the state and even the
country.
Purchased piglets remain-
ing in Venice will go back on
the street for another year,
possibly to new locations, if
that is the desire of the new
owners.


All pigs will receive new
plaques with the names of
their new owners.







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FRIDAY
APRIL 29,2005


14B


MY CLUB


PHOTO COURTESY OF WENDY HYDE
Sarasota Arts Council Executive Director Patricia Caswell posed
with Governor and Mrs. Bush and Arts Council Board Member
Margaret Wise at Arts Day in Tallahassee on April 6.


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PHOTO COURTESY OF VAOS
President of the Venice Area Orchid Society Roy Klinger and VP Ed Fox welcome the public to the annual orchid auction at the
Venice Masonic Lodge, 118 Miami Ave. at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, May 4. The auction supports the society's annual Orchid Show,
taking place in February 2006 at the new Venice Community Center. Call 923-7706 to learn more.


PHOTO COURTESY OF CHARLOTTE KUROPATWA
Homer, a retired Sarasota judge, celebrated his 92nd birthday
on March 15 on a bus trip to Biloxi. Carol and Homer make this
trip at least 45 times a year.


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PHOTO COURTESY OF EPIPHANY CCW
Twenty-nine members of Epiphany Council of Catholic Women
and their friends recently enjoyed a 10-day cruise to the -
Panama Canal, Aruba, Costa Rica and Grand Cayman aboard
the Royal Caribbean's Brilliance of the Seas. A grand time was
had by all.


PHOTO CC'URTES', OF PHI BETA P'l
Members of Phi Beta Psi Sorority celebrate the 101st anniver-
sary of its founding at Venice Yacht Club.


PH.OTO' CoLIU.TE. FC .'A cl J T C-oNh
NOVA Ladies enjoying the Let's Get Reacquainted Brunch held March 10 at Jacaranda Trace are Ginny Grand, Pat Young, Ann
DeCou, Judy Houston, Julie Nardone, Doris Bearden and Rose Rodriguez.


,UI PHOTO B. KIM COOL
Nutley, a miniature schnauzer belonging to Venice Gondolier
Sun Features Editor Kim Cool, works on his suntan outside on
the patio.


MY CLUB


-ME. Clara Landy -Venice


Clara Landy took this shot of the solar eclipse on April 8.


PHOTO COURTESY OF DAWN HAMMAN
Louise Hall, left, and Mirine Mikulas put on the finishing
touches on "Rambling Roses and Twinkling Stars," Which is
now being hand-quilted. The patchwork and appliquedd quilt
PHOTO 2005 CLARA LAND will be raffled at the Venice Area Quilters' Guild show next
March. Tickets are $1 each or six for $5. Call Barbara at 429-
8334 or visit vaqg.com.


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Hear the sound of the surf from older home on island


BY KIM COOL
FEATURES EDITOR

It's easy to tell when the
surf's up from this 49-year-old
house recently listed for sale
on Apalachicola in Venice.
Located less than two
blocks from the Venice public
beach, the 1,722-square-foot
house is centered on a large
lot, which has several full-
grown live oaks and other
shade trees in the back yard.
The lot dimensions are. 126
feet by 150 feet by 111 feet by
150 feet.
Location is the key in real
estate and this house has that
.with its close proximity to the
beach in the GulfView section
of Venice.
The large lot is another
bonus, offering opportunities
for expanding the house and


garage, adding a pool or spa.
Built in 1956, the stucco-
finished concrete block house
has two bedrooms, two baths,
living room, formal dining
room, large eat-in kitchen
and family room.
The latter was made from a
space once known as a Flor-
ida room when the house was
first built.
The one-car' attached ga-
rage is extra wide, offering
storage space along the far
wall and at the back.
Apalachicola is a street that
angles toward The Esplanade,
the road along the Venice
Beach.
The angle of the road, cou-
pled with the home's siting on
the lot, makes it likely that a
second-floor addition would
enjoy a view of the gulf to the
southwest.


The house has been listed
for $885,000 with Jan and
Norm Holloway of Coldwell
Banker Residential Real Es-
tate.
For an appointment to see
the house, call Jan on her cell
phone at 483-6699 or Norm
on his cell phone at 416-1400.
Their office number is 484-
9715 or toll-free, (800) 969-
1900.
The Holloways also have.
several Web sites on which to
search for home listings. Visit
normanholloway. corn,
venicebeachcondos.com;
venicegolfcoursehomes.com
or, for the investor, vehice
cheaphomes.com.


You can e-mail Kim Cool
at: kcool
@venicegondoliercom.


Living room features a picture window and a fireplace.


Exterior of 713 Apalachicola on the island of Venice.


There is plenty of room for a work island and/or eating space in the kitchen.


THE TOWERS $749,900
0OPFN SUN I4 PM, 1150 Tarpon
Center 308, Venice. Elegunt tiunkcv, fir-
rutihied ull h.nt i ...- b.'dr.":,m i., b ah'
he, .h ,,nd 1, .i'. ': Licu:Lr:i r' ou .
\'rai-h sr;jr',." h,,:,okh p* il',:,d-i .:,.F,1
JOHN KOTKIEWICZ 941-488-7595
NOKOMIS $735,000
OPEN SUN 1.4 PM 305 Charles,
Nokom is. 'irialfc'r, l ith .i: e ,dr-.::rr, thce
bt.rh on t.ri.rno'a.ui lat ipdaied lare 'iO' li
nde'as and .,.:.:'d I.:.. i .: d :1: itn'c
minute' to t, rh I li'.' G,
TOM MCDOUGALL 941-488-7595
ENGLEWOOD 1699,900
OPEN SUN 'I 4 PM, 1116S5 Mccall 121,
Englewood. M.l'grifdcenit ir. of Lnmonri Ey'
;Neu three bedroom -'n-i ba cco.ndo '.,iih.
ba:.t .slip' immedile a ce o itC'\ Cloe.ic.
be-,>L Comrmuniii-.' p.:l '.'Gn429 ,
PEGGY LEWIS 941-488-7595
VENICE GARDENS $239,000
.OPEN SUN 1 4 PM, 441 Driftwood Rd,
Venice. r'i.-e .mian.; t.. bedr om,. a ...:. '
bjth 'iuh ic.,ly p.-:.1 Open floor plarn.
F- onu- room olI Flurida room. Cul-de-3.:
DIANE LEE 941-488-7595

PORT CHARLOTTE $200,000
fEe tlu l "rerfh.:ront i r cleared i d ready t,:
build Arte .-:I nre ho:mnez. Ace, i, ., AM,jk
Rier ihtihn 2, minuTei u '', 4'Si.r.2
DIANE LEE 941.488-7595

PORTOFINO $1,100,000
Varcr ".- a ar:.i'nd' C'rari'.'e _, .'te;,':b ,
wil! be vc-j. r I'f.-.n thi tuiom built hlire Led-
kroom, n'.i bth h,:.m in PFl.:1id Pontc
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AMY SLATTERY 941-488-7595
LEMON BAY ESTATES $989,000
Bre dia king% '.',n - l Ler,.r,. Bi' Frnstinc. 2f','
Eu. i il.th Jd':tahed gi anr d.'c,:, i.eened Irnri;
. porCh Io hbraiJ :i :. 1, C'.'. \ i 4r66433 ,
ADELE BOURCIER, P.A. 941-488-7595
BOCA ROYALE $879,000
Eleiintl three bedroom three b.1th ourilirJd
modcl coc'ilc-,gr prev ponrid '-,ih :ilL .hbe
euirja.' L,:,''l, poal -.Ith founiliin 'Cue5i
h.:u. '.oCm45-19i6
TORREYMEAD 941-488.7595
OVERBROOK GARDENS $699,900
I leaIr Itanaisoii Bea.:ch 2BR :Bs oni cin v.-.ub
n.:- fiL"ed b idgi: ito I',' es ilI, d.i'.-i t J, ,
rof', AC poe:"tI'deck Lde ,1 1"
PEGGY LEWIS 941-488-7595
ARTIST ACRES $349,000
Recently remodeled three bedroom. tcor bait
Subdieuiion el propcri, in procr.s Home v-ill
be 1 lot plus 2 buildab] le o IO ',G'a4'C i ;
TORREY MEAD 941-488-7595
ENGLEWOOD $329,000
CIs: oT rr build lour bLedr,.-rn,. three barh h:.a
consiructted c:..mplet.Il. v.ith ct6rrere on a
bcuidul lo, n ELt Er,ile,"..od \%Ci45234y
AMY SLATTERY 941-488-7595


BAYVIEW GARDENS .$284,900
'Workho,p Hea,,cn' BauuiL..i, buldr three bed-
r.Om. p...:' balth t-r.,o air aiigc .apice I:,r h.b-
b,-. ci detached elccrrntic,d grjge .lh t.rtud
houie b':..,d. ','C 3,4-a -
CAROLYN ALEXANDER 941-488-7595
ENGLEWOOD ISLES $274,900
Frfi. D-L tr-rw ,, h riii r, rl;, Three bed'o cit,.
. :, tih bh.rre ati '.ei.ltarcd quiet trl,:i in
*.enirall',' Ia'cited Er'gic .-'.od I.les i--' n mntiir
.,uiie: '.'C 45aoi".
MADELINE SCRIBA 941-488-7595
ENGLEWOOD $229,900
'-:,u foluhd ibe. inah hcl.oe' r .o bedro,:.m' r,na
bath -'.'.' r ugarrin, pcoat horrc has e' er.'thLrig
e Ai 't n rLin, n... F' icl's. up t, greer.b-fl are
KATHY MILKOVICH 941-488-7595
CASARIO,,. ,, $219,500
'A.jrer!irr, ,:,:,nd.i 'n Ergl b; Jd tsles:-Lo,e)i
S ,2PA unit o -n -anal leading to IC .
"Co-timun'ly boat doc. Furnried. \VCL46340n
PEGGY LEWIS 941-488.7595
ENGLEWOOD $189,900
i-.l' budt i i :. bedroom. It o bath t.,,o cat
cara~, Quiet, upri:al. rC, Latg. headed d
o Luah laJrid :,pinrl nr:r..er rLoal
Hi rrni..ie bhutter- Vi._ ris :i,'9.'0 ,
PAMELA PINKERTON 941-488-7595
ENGLEWOOD $179,999
. .luLs remodcl l "Bed n'ith po'iblbtly of2 more
bedr.-.rn or dr, or ,ilhi.e in de' uhtlitiv loom
lUpdated kulcher, and lbaih V','-i.8856
JOAN KOMARNITZKI 941-488-7595
TANGERINE WOODS $165,5900
FI.pandcd 2LER 'pru.:' rn.d.cIl Lrge FIc.rid)
", 'a:'r i, iccecn d inai tJ. e.':" ..''C coof, sk',.-
I-gvlJ 'Fumr irureri :,,._i ;ep : ,ii l' 'C s- '.-. l
ADELE BOURCIER, P:A. 941-488-7595
: TANGERINE WOODS -$142,900
Furli-she d 2BFR. '[ '.lLh r',. icend lan aie. h ,
Nev ner t-ol,?' C I n' ah' hcerr, *rt. di.p.au jl
Tled'l hii'hn. bieaI Lr L-.i r '.",p4 ; -7 5
.ADELE BOURCIER, PA. 941-488-7595
OAK GROVE $109,900
h:,,e'., [urni h,'d 2BF, -WE duble \' de
i htide l.iundr,. c ,aLedra l rl eu-iu. unioomi.
gartjgeI Litlnie artn, rc.ct, G '.'_'ho7 60
PAMELA PINKERTON 941-488-7595
ROTONbA' WST'.PEdBLE BEACH. $99,000
D.:;n'i ',ait!'0nc' -' F'th,.e .' al"c3n'l o lo .left in
Rior, da '.'Hotctr i s-a: Ibe ['e.:t bac I.:- gc.![
cc,,: r.-. '.'C '.,$i46id i
JOAN ZAHRADKA 941-488-7595
OAK GROVE $89,900
ehid',' c-.k trees and ald Fhiond. chiarrir .T.-
bedruoo'm tvo b'ir.h douable-,ile c:lo5e to
be ch Turnke"y lurnu hedi' I 4"8'
PAMELA PINKERTON 941-488-7595


NORTH PORT $399,900
pe.ica uol.ir 3BP, 2 l,. g.all cour.c b'.tiie ul
i t.l Tirace CiG-Il -Il.ubi 'pen floor plar, Lo'a ..-
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AULA WESLEY 941-488-7595
NORTH PORt $229,900
Former AlLiaie 3BR, 2B.\ rni.del :n tcailn
overloo'hng Heron Creek goll cournsc Ea-)
accs to i.75 Naey applunce.- V'Ga4554;3
GWEN HEGGAN 941-488-7595
NORTH PORT $210,000
.::', dol! house iv h p.ol ip:.-ble 3' B .
2BA Spacious lich..n and dinirng room' mer-
Iook pc.ol Parnall, f.en,:ed C.Ga4c'i 77
THE MCHENRY & DICKERSON TEAM 941.488-7595


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,.'-udotb. l'ibi.te Open plan OCcriZt.J loti
in rice neighborhood VCs467651
TOM MCDOUGALL 941-488-7595
NORTH PORT $76,000
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tr arnd pnced io sell Total :zee. 1 '0LIW ',. 125'D.
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KAREN SCOTT 941-488-7595
PORT CHARLOTTE $33,995
N'rth Port acanll lot a builder's dream
rnced to d0elll CArnl' a f." e6t1 lil al'e an -oifer
rdi)1I' '.4-48 08
STEVE BELLINDER 941-488-7595


LYONS BAY $1,495,000
kirel) 3,.' ble baLyfromn l.'t v-ilt paonmic
bVi v'en Cicaied ',ith *easill L..s thar, 1,/2
mde to:. iol,,n biach .',.44.60728
PAULA WESLEY 941-488-7595
ISLAND OF VENICE $885,000
-.u Cca. hear Lthe s-rl lI...m riiht two bedroom,
Lo, bihh orL huge lot in bach block ..liv be
poable 'wto ee Gull from 2 directions.
VG#462739 -
JANICE & NORM HOLLOWAY 941-488-7595
VENICE $799,900
15 ?i acres of ournr, lirvmg.,.ut near erv-
rhr.ngi Four bed.ro'ri'.im'.thr:i. bath, three c.ar
, .ra'g vs .-ih cLrpon '-'.,od noi:rs .hreplice,
metal r.:.ol VG#-14-4145
GRACE & SHAWN BERGERON 941-488-7595


TOWERS $795,000
, .' \it l "i g ,i.irndirin: i.,:, bed.
'.'Ti r,'..:, bath .'lth 'Gul .' TOm '.ery
-c-ai, TI -.lull', IurriT-i.bed I-ipd t.rJ li.chenr
F ..- i- I. '-i r Lanr, b .-Cr -4 .#4 5 _':5
LUEANNE WOOD, P.A. 941-488-7595
VALENCIA CONDO APTS $795,000
61 i V' in I ai fit.- ''.VInderful 61h floor Iv'O
b,-idro .o I '... bibh Lt n, J ,uriit T tL .-l lI:
il<. C-ulf .Rm,.-Jeled lii-rhen .'.ui.rgraF 'e
c:,ur.r r Er. lc. ed l-in i! '- 461,22-1
LUEANNE WOOD, P.A. 941-488-7595
LYONS BAY $745.000
'.. 'l 1 ji iLn tv.i' airill ..,onin urnir, ;.ih
'' ,. I L',:n E Sh.rl dri a i.e I':. riuoaI 'I
PAULA WESLEY 941-488-7595
ISLAND OF VENICE $699,000
etLightl'itl 4Br.'4BA Include .:'pant. gici.t
.'oiie, O'.eraized loi -.i, bl.:- :'- Iromn, the
bachh on the land o' .nr:e ', C4-144+, 7
JANICE & NORM HOLLOWAY 941-488-7595
CALUSA LAKES $665;000
a11 .: 1 ,.c: -' Buil 'i1 34B .';iP.A
i,' 1,-3".F Gr.anir Co.mit 'ri ir healer I .n r in-
n,:-n center 2.+ r c aga' .'i !:,'"903
ANN JIGANTI 941-924-9000
ISLAND OF VENICE $649,000
Lirarauc lour bdr[.,i:,r. irh -e tbih 'clid
Eir.:h l.:.or! ,:hef kichern rT .gas ac rid
garire co.unrer L:-' l, pool ,-I .iTi mold-.
PAULA WESLEY 941-488-7595
LEMON BAY ESTATES $555,000
B.ai you r JreJm h.:inc :.n i c,,. th ..er iral
aic r on Lerrn By,'ri,'. Pri')Ilt, wooded area
li.ev isuidtiFion of acre OL, 'c.'GR4376,39
CHARLIE F. BONAMER 941-488-7595
VALENCIA CONDO APTS $5504000
Be->:h Irorni complE. wivh beach Sc GCulf li..-.
Furnslicd 2BR.'2BA '.,-ih .i(:reened,. lr.ii
C':.r.cnient Iti dining, Shc'ppO.ng .VGC464.395
.KARLA FURRY 941-488-7595
GOLDEN BEACH $545,000
lo0" Virtgil Ti F Ch-lic: Fl-:.rida 3. bed.
room. 2 bath borne ':p):.us open greai
r'oaim wibth exp':.eid beam5, Ilice p-ool T.o
b-,.ca t.- bcacli cce.. '.'G#465643
LUEANNE WOOD, P.A. 941-488-7595
WATERFORD $484,900
Far. l-tn e three b.e dr, :n, i'.' o bath Lal.c.ga U"
'.e. in' pgied -:omm.ir-it.,' igEd heated
i.AL'.pa. Granite rountere, Stainless apph-
ancre 'v'G.4676-4 3
JOHN KOTKIEWICZ 941-488-7595
NQKOMIS $469,000
Or. -anal ledng tLo Curin Creek, Robert'; aE3
arnd ihc ',llf' Thri bedroom r ,i t'. bath vnth iule:
thrc.ueh.di P.acket liidtr t clani '.'GC546i?72
THE NfCIENRY &.DICKERSON TEAM 941-488-7595
SOUTH VENICE $449,900
Inircoasil d '.e'.:-i Spcic.us thrhec bedroom.
Iwo bath cathedral ceding- and custom
kI chen. pretr ,,.creened puoo'lianai. '.'ery pr,.
'ate bachkjid ''C-4614i7
MADELINE SCRIBA 941-488-7595
GOLDEN BEACH $449,900
NticE 2BR c.,i:n quielr iri. i u.1 i l' u a .'s 1 h t
biclacks r'.ni degded beach aA:Tsericn Home of
the future :art excellrnt rental ,'G#466133l
JAN & RALPH CONNER 941-488-7595


ROYAL TEE ESTATES $398,900
Bac.unii.jll, l-udicaped 3FF..2A in ,a.'cdllern
.I.r.lndini. in Jacaranda West Fnterian by ihe
p.al on a paitci v'tb v.-rIt bar \'G 4r.i.i7'52
JOAN ZAHRADKA 941-488-7595
SOUTH VENICE $369,900
C -e ri, tlani Bea.:h, 1. BR mi,inith- open
plan ri arL., 4:.- i : ',C-.14" 27 .
NANCY JORDAN 941-488-7595
PLANTATION $359,900.
Lo.ella urriih',d mnimu rance nf're duached
siEF.'c, aill tr.-i S Geore area ol Elarniaon.,
Tee ta .ttn arid lake '.Iew'. .Gh5435l08 '
KEVIN CONNOLLY 941-488-7595
CHESTNUT CREEK $354,500
ri.tinculouA E,.'E.a Family roomr ,Ih Irplc
S.:.r:r,;d pnol New pint tlie :arpet,'b nEIl ,
tilk r:.-cl NI.:1., sandiicapipd '.'G464389
GRACE & SHAWN BERGERON 941488-7595
JACARANDA COUNTY CLUB $349,900
tLinder C':ritract jcarand- .AS'.'t GounLCmwClub
'',,iJsge 3 be'd,-r- . .baih''aih 2car garage
Irrct 3 Aid woerloa. goffcliour.e' '.-l'1'5916.
BARBARA BUGLIOLI' 941-488-7595
VENICE $. 310,000
B: autiiull rr u ni;-red conimmunirt, Delight'ul
ho-me tin the goll .:iur rr,,c l nmbeirhip
OCTcr-agiterir \'Ga4.9iS I
SHARON CAMERA 941-488-7595
VENICE $294,900.
P iauhfill,' detgned 3J '2.E. bart feature,
O tal-.drai c'.d lir. 1.i-i ti 'r :'ri '..i h r- i EPE. floijr
pln ..nrniturun',' boi t rni-p '", 4'4 ..P 0,
KAREN SCOTT 941-488-7595
VENICE GARDENS $249,900
Well 'tpi t2BF.,2BA w.lth ondrful yeKvs ofi
lhke C-.:., floor plan Large lanat .Di-c lor
trllarng R.:oim for a, pool \'GCfAq62742
JANICE & NORM HOLLOWAY 941-488-7595
SOUTH VENICE $232,000
nimmq.-ulatle BP-','. h ihree I'an;I room
.thich could cnener t.:c bedroom Lois ol ciots-
e.sntic.rag.- Lanat and pa.io 'JG460492
THE MCHENRY & DICKERSON TEAM 941-488.7595
SOUTH VENICE $229,000
Your hati:rL dire Claim rihe unique char-na
of this cuur, n-itwo bedroc-.m two bath rest.
det.ci' alk-Ln closets. pantr '.'G#4553 S
GLENN S'. HYDE 941-488-7595
SOUTH VENICE $194,900
Frehl.,I panied BRPJ2EA atch p.c'! C.er'aric
(ie thriighout, nev appliances Clore to,'
beach ferri, arnd boat launch. '.C--163545
SAMMY GIORDANO 941-4887595
SOUTH VENICE -$194,500 ,
B0riulullls mainL aned 3BP.'2BA on 5 R. 77f
E>.m a ide lot '..atih lots ,of space le'. appli-
ian..: h,:-l .cal-r heater '.G#454178
ED KNAUST 941-488-7595
ISLAND OF VENICE' $169,900
Completely remodeled ZBPJI2BA 'Furnished'
condo Close to the beaches, shopping. and -
Verue LinkL Theatre \'G'P423?19
CAROLYN ALEXANDER 941-488-7595
HARBOR ISLES, $144,999
PiLm.ine iRBF,.2b Furnished 53+ conmuritr.'.
tih dall Iameniities) Al.'rdidle mondl'y lfee
Large lanai and family room VG'.467203'-
JOAN KOMARNITZKI '941-488-7595


1400 South Tamiami Trail Blackburn Point 1600 EnglowQpd Road Englowood 1001 Tarp.on Contcor Drive Vanico Be,(h
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ANNUAL & SFA50NAt. WNTALYPROPERTY MANAGF-MFNT 941.474.6464 OR 8MI24,0144
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Friday, April 29, 2005, Real Estate Classified


1000 1010 OPEN HOUSES


Best Price PGI Waterfront
Sat. 9am 3pm
359 Capri Isles
$449,900
Angela Cash
RE/MAX Harbor Realty
L ES TATE (941)o769-0218
REAL ESTATE (941) 639-8500
OPEN HOUSE 1 4 Sunday
..... 3393 Desoto Dr
.... Punta Gorda


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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 Waterfront Home
1040 Condos/Villas
1060 Townhouses
1070 Duplexes
1075 Tri-Plex For Sale
1080 Apartments
1090 Mobile Homes
1100 Interval Ownership
1115 Out Of Area Home
1120 Wanted To Buy
Rent
1210 Homes
1240 Condos/Villas
1280 Townhouses
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1330 Hotel/Motel
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1345 Misc. Rentals
1350 Efficiencies
1360 Rooms
1370 Rentals To Share
1390 Vacation
1420 Wanted To Rent
Lots
1500 Lots & Acreage
1515 Waterfront
1520 Out Of Area Lots
1530 Commercial Lots
1540 Trade/Exchange
Business
1600 Business For Sale
1610 Business Rentals
1615 Income Property
1620 Commercial/Indus
trial Property
1640, Warehouse &
Storage
1650 Farm/Ranches

S1010OPEN HOUSES







AZTEC & ASSOCIATES
Open Sat. 10 2
414 Norma Court, PGI
Waterfront, shows like a
model. Beautiful canal
view. Dock & boat.
$519,000.
HYRETTE GUENTHER
941-629-3188





AZTEC & ASSOCIATES
Open Sun. 12 4
22508 New York Ave,
Pt. Char. Beacon &
Olean, 3BR/3BA, fully
furnished. $206,000.
HYRETTE GUENTHER
941-629-3188

Beautiful canal home, gulf
access. Open Sat. & Sun. 10 -
5. 2491 Herron Terr, Gulf
Cove. $549,900. (9411-698-
1456

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Charming 2/2/1 on Canal only
1/4 mile to Peace River. This
property includes 100 ft. sea-
wall, elec. boat lift, floating
dock and elec. davits. Room
to park your RV w/ 30 amp
breaker and 50 amp breaker
in the garage. Ready to move
in so bring your boat. Don't
miss this one. MLS #468599
$359,000
Prudential Village Realty
Haroletta Potter, 380-3619
Open House, May 1, 12 -3pm
145 Indigo Rd. 3/2/2 bit.
2005. $249,900. Priced to
sell. Rich McCraney 941-468-
5201. Prudential VIg. RIty
OPEN SAT. & SUN. Noon-5.
5638 Zinkle, N. Port. NEW
3/2/2, Nice area. $224,900.
Call Fred @ (941)-812-0990
OPEN SUN. 1-4. Venetian
Falls:, Brand new LAKEFRONT
Sorrento Model; immediate
occupancy. 1916 Batello Dr.
$354,900. MLS 273995.
Reeny Kaney/Remax Properties
941-316-6570
OPEN SUN, 1-4.
810 SORRENTO PLACE,
Nokomis. Detached villa
convenient location, open
plan, motivated seller.
$315,000. Sunshine Prop-
erty Group, Lew Dustman
Cell # 941-587-9034
SAT & SUN, 12-3, 95 Sports-
man Rd., Rotonda hm on
canal, split 3/2/2 lanai w/pool
& spa. Won't'. last long!
$305,000 (941-6974084 ..
Saturday & Sunday, 14,
1232 Highland Greens Dr iF'eli
can Pointe Golf & CC) Lg. LR,
2BR/2BA, dining area, lanai,
$375,000 (941)493-1806


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1019 CAPE 941-629-6889
HAZE/ROTONDA FAMILY FIRST MORTGAGE

22 MARKER RD. Outstanding *
home with all the goodies, LENDER

3BR/2BA/2CG, Ig. pool over-
looking the 16th tee on Long RIVERWOOD RESALES
Marsh Golf course, complete- From $275,000.
ly furn., turnkey, located 22 Call Anne Fowler, Riverwood
Marker Rd. For showing call -RIty 941-661-1545
(941)875-5154. Bob Young,
M&M Realty WE HAVE
OPEN SAT. 11-3. $429,000 TO LEND ON REAT$7,000E0,000.
206 Rotond &d. East. New i TO LEND ON REALESTATE
206 Rotonda Blvd. East. New MORTGAGES. GOOD OR BAD
home built 2004. 3br with CREDIT OK
office, 2 bath, 3 car gar, pool, R
many upgrades. Hendricks & 941-474-LOAN
Assoc. Michelle 941-740-0448


1020 HOUSES FOR
SALE

3/2 FORECLOSURE!
Priced to Sell! Only $54,900!
For listings:
1-(800)-749-8124 ex. 1887
American Invest, Realty, Mort-
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Investment & Development
www.americaninvest.com
(941)-255-1100
BRAND NEW
CUSTOM HOME
2792 SQ. FT. 3/2/2 Living
room, family room plan with
pool. Porcelain tile, real wood
cabinets, granite counters,
sprinkler system with beautiful
landscaping. Located on quiet
cul de sac in Deep Creek.
Available now at $325,900.
Call Jim 628-3672.
Deep Creek, Lovely
3/2/2,w/pool, $239,900
Charlotte Harbor Prop
941-5754245
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1021 ARCADIA
FOR SALE

4BR/2BA, RESTORED,
2000 SF, $169,900.
1-888-584-5482 ext 5
www.GoodDeeds.BIZ

1022 ENGLEWOOD
FOR SALE

2/2/1 Immaculate New .oof
& paint, Priv back yard,
Pat Murphy
Harborside Property Mgmt.
941-759-0088
3/2/1 ROTONDA, Under,
$200,000. Needs TLC!
Lynne Van Eck 941-716-4754
Surfside Realty, Inc.
9414734050
3/2/2, 1750sf, 2005,
lanai, $249,000
Sel-Fast RE List @ 3.50%1
(941)475-8282
3 2 lIe, CuoliructC'r, All
Tile, Oak ',b;,ne-rs,
$195,800. A :civ.'r, FPeair, :.:
941-270C,14 i
3/2/2 New Ccriniruction Den!
11565 Ocearn Spray
-$239,800, 941 2 '70-1461
Activity 6e3i1 :o
Adorable 2/2/1.5 recently
updated throughout, lots 'of
tile, beautiful lot w/fruit trees,
encl lanai (can be 3rd bdrm).
$199,500 (941)460-0268
Artist Acres Lovely, screen,
not another like it, 1/2 natural
icres, 2-3BR/2BA, fireplace,
carport & out building,
$258,500 (941)473-1110.

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BRAND NEW HOMES,
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Community Pool, gated,
Call VPM 866-308-1176.


1020 HOUSES FOR
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RE/MAX Bayside
941-47H-OMES
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OPEN SAT. 11-3. $429,000
206 Rotonda Blvd. East. New
home built 2004. 3br with
office, 2 bath, 3 car gar, pool,
many upgrades. Hendricks &
Assoc. Michelle 941-740-0448
Rotonda 2/2/1 Fresh
Water Canal home. Turn-
Key furnished. New
kitchen & baths.
$209,900. TenyLog 941-
475-1311 REMAXBayside
* Rotonda 22 Oakland Hills
Place. 3/2/2 Golf Course
Home. Newer roof & AC
Unit. $214,900 Terry
Long 941-475-1311
RE/MAX Bayside.


Build to Suit, 2 lots avail., ROTONDA 4/2/2 Pool
Gulf Cove, CBC1252481 Home. New Tile Roof. Wow
(941)697-5742 4 bedrooms. $249,900.
Terry Long 941-475-1311
Buy or rent. 3/2 nice, furn, trop- RE/MAX Bayside.'
ical W. side of 775, $139,900,
neg. $1,350/mo. N/P. N/S SOUTH GULF COVE 3/2/2
1st/L/Sec. (941)473-3834 .Split plan, custom pool, tray
ceilings in Master BR & Great
Advertise in room. Built. in 2004,

The Classifieds! $279,900.-941-661-8129 or
he Classed 800-728-2004 oe,/RItr


1022 ENGLEWOOD
FOR SALE

FOR SALE WITH OWNER
Lakefront Englewood
building lot. Build your
dream home in Palm Lake
Estates. Public Water and
Sewer. SanCasa Road.
$65,000
Realty Options 941-483-3810

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FOR SALE WITH OWNER.
Lakefront, pool home.
Spacious 3 bed, 2 bath, 2
cg, pool home in Palm
Lake Estates. Living, din-
ing, family + Florida
rooms. Lovely lake view.
Screened Pool & Lanai.
7238 San Casa Road.
$339,500..
Realty Options 941-483-3810

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Move in cond. 3/2/1, comm.
pool, tennis & rec hall,
near shopping & schools.
$175,000 (941)-697-3457
Gulf Cove, 2/2/2 w/Den.
Community Boat Ramp to
Myakka River. $218,000
Terry Long 941-475-1311
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941474-7053 9414734174


1022 ENGLEWOOD
FOR SALE


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MISSION VALLEY Estates.
Beautiful corner lot, neighbor
to Mission Valley CC, 5BR/4B,
ind. in-law w/full kitch, city
water on 2 acres. By owner.
$1.4M (941)-485-0329

1024 NORTH PORT

1 Charming 2 or 3/2/1 on
Pan Am. 1320sf under air.
New paint inside & out, newer
appl., carpet & tile. It's beauti-
ful! Immed. Occ. Fast close.
$167,900. FSBO 429-9530
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SURE! Priced to sell. Only
$80,000! For listings: 800-
749-8124 ext. 5542
2 LARGE BR/2BA, LR, OR,.
FL RM, big kit, new carpet,
storage shed, EXTRAS.
$158,800. (941)-716-5463
3/2/2 BUILT IN '01
New paint inside & out.
New laminate wood floors.
On oversized corner lot
in great area, 2541 sf.
5 min. to everything 4704
Hightower Rd. $245,000.
(941)-628-1599
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American Dream Builders
(866) 766-8828
ADBhomes.com CBCA57636
AVOID FORECLOSURE
Immediate Help Avail.
Call Al I
941-780-6600
BRAND NEWi CUSTOM 4/3/2.
Avail May. Easy access to 1-75
Do Not Miss Out! $274,900.
Call own/brkr (774)-258-0056
BY OWNER, OPEN SAT. &
SUN. 14PM. 3763 Laslo Ave.
S. Salford Area.
3BR/2BA/2CG, 5 yrs.old, All
new appliances, tile, carpet,
cathedral ceiling, total SF
1640, fenced. Area of new
homes. $203,000.
941423-0955


Fullservice. Big savings.
Theeps nextdoor.


6952 BARGELLO
ENGLEWOOD OPEN FRI
& SAT 2- 4 PM Meticulously
maintained 2BR/2BA/2CG in
.., ighborhood near
..... Beautifully
S 1 gourmet kitchen,
newpaint in & out. $249,500.


1024 NORTH PORT

NEW 3BR/2BA/2CG + Den,


1025 PT CHAR
FOR SALE


1024 NORTH PORT

CUSTOM HOME, almost
complete, still time to pick
your colors & amenities.
Chaplin Terrace area near
Cranberry. 3BR/2.5BA/2
car oversized gar. & pool.
Total 2,999sf under roof.
$314,000 Call (941)426-
1489 for more details.
Fred Shute
R. E. & Development, Inc.
13355-C Tamiami Tr.,
North Port, FL 34287
CB-C058694.


I BUY
STORM DAMAGED HOUSES
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(1-800-735-5669)
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LEASE OPTION Brand New
3/2/2, 1771sf, city water,
$7500 moves you in. Details
(9411-350-6729

LOOKING FOR THE
NEXT NEW AREA TO
INVEST IN LOTS?

www.SunStylesLots.com

(954)-328-1010
(954)-605-6407

MOVE IN READY beuatiful
3/2/2, 1440 sf, new paint,
carpet, lots of tile, scr. lanai.
4650 Cazes (off Sumter, near
Heron Creek CC) $244,900.
(possible lease option)
(941)-724-5907 or 923-5700
N. Port, newly renovated,
3/2/2 Pool Home, near golf,
schools & 1-75. Call Kat
941-661-7569. Harbor-
side Property Manage-
ment, Lic RE Broker
NEW 3/2/2, den, dream kit,
fam, living & DR, over 2, 01
sf, .2- 9'11) Roxanne
Moore, Prudential VIg RIty
941-626-3926
Nearing Completion, 2
story home w/Ig.
detached 3CG on a double
lot in the North Port
Estates area. $339,000.
Call (941)426-1489 for
more details.
Fred Shute
R. E. & Development, Inc.
13355-C Tamiami Tr.,
North Port, FL 34287
CB-C058694.


New 3/2/2 + den, 2,270 sf.,
great floor plan, lots of tile,
sprinklers, avail. 5/9,
$259,900, (5611-966-0651


1 PC 3/2/CP vi/. Dock, on
Edgewater. Powerboat, SW 1
bridge to ICW & .Harbor.
Investor Bargain Priced, Hurry.
will go fast at $224,900! Cash
& Quick (ready to close) only
FSBO (941)429-9530
24379 FOLKSTONE AVE
KINGS GATE
Open SAT & SUN. 12-4
New in 2004, 3/2/2
Pond, preserve & golfcourse
views. Upgrades, Ext. lanai,
$290,000. 941-423-4230


AVOID FORECLOSURE
Immediate Help Avail.
Call Al I
941-780-6600
Beautiful 2 story riverfront
home, 4BR/3.5BA/3CG, spa,
dock, elect davits, move in
cond. $685,000. Call Ruth
Kor (941)468-3898 Coldwell
Banker Sunstar Realty'

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2985 N. BEACH ROAD-
ENGLEWOOD OPEN
SUN 2 4 PM. Walk to 73!8 t.oLN : ltS% RD OPEN
beach or bay. Villa style ..
condo d T. ,T, r,i
beach., r ,,-i .. Kc., .. L
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$490,000. ,'.,.i: .....-.; kiloS..


1354 NEBRASKA OPEN ..L
7246 SAN CASA RD. DRIVE SUN 2 4 PM. Emerald
BY ANYTIME. Lake front lot. model by Windm,ere homes. HALKETT TERRACE -
Build your dream home on great 3BR + den, 2BA, 2 CG. DRIVE BY ANYTIME. 2
70'X157' Palm Estates lot with Great room has it all. Over adjacent lots in developing
all utilities available. Water &
sewer, too. Fruit trees abound. 1,700 sq. ft. $258,000. area. Only minutes from I-
$65,000. 75. $47,500 each.

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


Kathyv Lehner
468-3523






(941) 441-1776 Ter, Turner
441-1776
www. WaterfordRealEstate.com


Ed Benson Chris Carlson
223-6652 223-0627





Dan.4nulare Rick Rabalais
735-0068 223-0776


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586-6557 468-5196 223-8445





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284-7760 266-5962 408-6041


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Victoria has been licensed to
sell real estate since 1973.
She has lived in Venice for two
years, and is a participating
member of several Venice
organizations. Victoria is
proud to be the newest
member of the Waterford Real
Estate Services Team.


,'no MILE TO BEACH New
downtown Venice Island
townhouses Fabulous unit in the
heart of historic Venice. Close to
shops, dining, the beach & Venice
Little Theatre. 3BR,'2.5BAi2CG.
Crown molding, beautiful granite
countertops with inlay. Ceramic
tile on the diagonal & privacy
fence $499,900..


NEW CONDO! If you are
looking for brand new, never
lived in. this is the unit.
Second floor with beautiful
views of the lake and fountain.
$290,000.


THREE YEARS NEW -
Waterford home in Nokomis
with boat lift, dock & boat
ramp. This Key West Home
boasts 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, a
four car garage & a pool.
$725,000.


THE COURTYARDS This
brand new condo has it all.
Larger kitchen cabinets, pocket
doors for the 3rd bedroom/
office/den. The lanai has an A/
C duct, lots of tile & extras
totaling $5,000 in upgrades.
$299,900.


3 WOODED LOTS on a canal.
Not in a flood zone. Growing
community in North Port, great
investment. Prices starting at
$54,700.

WATERFRONT on Charlotte
Harbor. Beautiful estate homes
neighborhood. $399,000.


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Gr. room, Scr. lanai, good 3/2/1, new A/C, new roof,
Location. Avail late April. central location, handyman's
$244,900. (305)-724-4703 special. $135,000. By appt.
New Construction: Choice only, (9411-743-4483
NP area 3/2/2 1800+ sq 3/2/2, pool, double lot, fire-
ft W/upgrades ready Next place, built 1984. $279,900,
months$ 269,900Owner D.J. Black & Co. Real Estate.
561-721-2037 (9411-743-8613
New Construction, Builder's Spe- 3/2/2 Pool Home in nice area.
cial, 1,938sf 2br w/den/2ba/ 1991 Built, 1700 sq. ft. Looks
2cg $152,900 on you lot or like a Model, FSBO.
ours. Not in conjunction w/any $254 FSB900. 624-3157
other offers Call (941423-6622 $254,900. 624-3157
New Construction, Builder's Spe- 3/2/2 Section 15, 2718 SF,
cial, 2,093 SF 3br/2ba/ 2cg oversized corner. Immaculate,
62900 on you lot or ours. Many extras. Underpriced at
$162,900 on you lot or ours 245000. (941627-3599
Not in conjunction w/ any other
offers Call (9411423-6622 3B/1.5BA. 1-reshly painted.
NEW SPEC HOM. Still time to Garage currently being used
pick your colors. 3/2/2 w/ as 4th bedroom.
den. 1661SF, $254,900. RA#8454. Bob Johnson,
Quest Real Estate & Invest- 941-276-3753
ments. Karen (941)429-0522 MOTIVATED SELLER
Outstanding 3/3/2 large custom home
3BR/2BA/2CG w/pool & in Section 15.
an office. Built for enter- RA#8419 Call for details.
training by Custom Home Ray Jeries
Builder. Lg lanais & situat- 941-391-1301
ed on a double lot w/city or,piane Johnson
water. $349,900 Call 941-626-3620.
(941)426-1489 for appt.
to view property. ERA Randol Realty, Inc.
Fred Shute 941-625-4193
R. E. & Development, Inc. 4 bedroom home! Available
13355-C Tamiami Tr., now! Only $50,000. For list-
North Port, FL 34287 ings call 800-749-8124 ext.
CB-C058694. 5543
SOLD! SOLD! 4BR/2BA/2CG
WANT T'O SELL 4BR/2BA/2CG
YOUR HOME FPAT? BRAND NEW 2004
CALL Italian marble flooring
HEATHER NOTTINGHAM throughout and granite
REAL ESTATE DISCOVERY countertops., Room for
941-232-6125 pool. $339,000. Move in
now!
H' weather Nottingham
941-232-6125
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24 HR HOTLINE 4BR/2BA/2CG
800-987-3133 BUILT 2004
BRAND NEW NEVER LIVED
IN, many upgrades.
2557SF. Move in now!
$299,000.
1025 PT CHAR Heather Nottingham
FOR SALE 941-232-6125
REAL ESTATE DISCOVERY


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1025 PT CHAR
FOR SALE
DEEP CREEK, new construct
tion. Immediate occupancy
22Best new construction dea
in Deep Creek Luxury Bimin
Models from $244,900. 941
697-4720. www.newgenera
tionhomesfl.com
BRAND NEW,
4BR/2BA/2CG
Built 2005, never lived in,
many upgrades. 2350 SF.
$5000 Builders Pakage.
Move in now! $273,900.
Heather Nottingham
941-232-6125
REAL ESTATE DISCOVERY
BRAND new home,
3/2.5/2, 25206 Nocturne
Ln., Deep Creek, 2,899
total sq. ft. $289,000.
(941)-286-0444 or (941)-
627-1361
3/2/2 Pool Home on 2 lots
Extra Nice!!! $239,900.
3/2/2 w/Pool, NY Section
Larger, Newer, $269,900.
Realty Concepts, Inc.
(941) 743-8255
Buy Foreclosure! -3/2. Only
$50,000! For listings call 1-
800-749-8124 Ext. B239
BY OWNER
3/2/2, Great area of Murdock
within mind. to everything.
Well maint. home with large
lanai, and 6 person spa, Cath.
ceilings, plant shelves, and
eat-in Kitchen. $240,000.
Owner has R.E. Lic.) Appt.
only 941-255-5803 or
941-626-0253
CASH FOR YOUR HOME
OR LOT!. ANY CONDI-
TION! WILL BEAT ANY
OFFER!!! (941)743-7485
FAB 3/2/1 POOL- Kit w/ win-
dowed maple cabs, cath ceils,
skylt, tile firs, w/w in 2 bedrs.
French drs to lanai from MB
and Kit. Fully apple, pool htr 3
yrs, new air/heat. Lg fenced
yd. $194,500. No Brokers
941-235-0530
FOR ALL YOUR REAL
ESTATE NEEDS
CALL
HEATHER NOTTINGHAM
REAL ESTATE DISCOVERY
941-232-6125
FSBO Poss. 4/2/1 Move in
ready, Convenient location -
Large Lot. $150,000 Call for
Appt. 941-875-4652
GULF COVE, P.C., 3/2/2
beautiful 1998 home w/ new
appliances, fenced backyard.
12136 Kingsbury Ave.
$179,900. (941)-624-4178
HANDYMAN SPECIAL
2BR/1BA, good area,
$104,900. Call Recorded
message for details
1-800-650-1104 ext. 216
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1025 PT CHAR
FOR SALE

- HOME FOR SALE 3/2/2,
1970 sq. ft. under air, 3040
total. Asking $229,000.
i (941-627-4384

Home owners we will
pay up to 10% more
for your home. Damaged
or not! Cash in 24 hrs.f!!
We will beat any /
offer 1941)423-6522


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(1-800-735-5669)
Swww.WeBuyFlorida.com


I BUY HOUSES
in 'Port Charlotte.
Aby cond. 'CASH
Call Bob 764-9231
INVESTOR LIQUIDATION
SALE
18627 Kerrville Crl:
$135,000
21913 Beverly Ave:
$165,000
5119 Crawfordsville Dr.
$185,000
All units presently rented. Ten-
ants will remain. Seller will
consider Lease Option to Pur-
chase.
Allan Ramsaran: ,941-661-
5841, 954-456-7533
INVESTOR LIQUIDATION
SALE

18627 Kerrville Crl:
$135,000
21913 Beverly Ave:
$165,000
5119 Crawfordsville Dr.
$185,000
All units presently rented. Ten-
ants will remain. Seller will
consider Lease Option to Pur-
chase. "
Allan Ramsaran: 941-661-
5841, 954-456-7533


LOOKING FOR THE
NEXT NEW AREA TO
INVEST IN LOTS?

www.SunStylesLots.com

(954)-328-1010
(954)-605-6407

Mint condition 2 or 3 bedroom
pool home on Bayard. Great
for starter or retirement.
$199,900. MLS #460792.
www.delorenze.com. Call
Kathy to view 456-0371.
Remax Palm Realty.


1025 PT CHAR
FOR SALE
New Spec home now available
3/3/2, 2900 SF total living,
granite/European cabinetry,
$309,500. 941- 637-3954.
PRICE REDUCED $20,000.
Seller ready to move! Section
15, 3/2/2, 1970 sq. ft., built
1993, liv & dining, tile & wood
floors. Shows like a model,
$249,900. Call Ellen
McCarthy, Century 21 Aztec.
941- 235-5648
3/2/2 1988, 2106sf,
pool, Like. new $269,000
Sel-Fast RE list@3.5%
(941)-475-8282



ful new tile, extra clean, mew
paint. Owners motivated.
Bring all offers. (941)-661-
3400 or (941)-223-1514
RIVERWQOD 13848 Long
Lake Lane, Fairway Lakes, lux-
ury custom home with fabu-
lous view of lake & golf
course; 4/3/2 + hobby room,
pool & spa, large lanai, out-
door kitchen. 3000 SF.
$629,000. FSBO. Call for
appt. 941-505-5082
Storybook Homes
New models, Open House
2084 Rio de Janiero Blvd.
Spec homes available. Move
in now. 743-5900 or 639-
2266


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CASH-
24 HR HOTLINE
800-987-3133



1026 PUNTA GORDA
FOR SALE

3/2/2 $319,000
Burnt Store Lakes
Sunshine Realty
941-286-6286
3/2/2, 1992, Burnt Store Vil-
lage. $179,900. Amanda
Monig, 941-875-0942 Cold-
well Banker Residential.
3/2/2 FSBO. 16078 Jaurez
Circle, Burnt Store Village.
$249,000. (941)-639-0445
or 941-268-1279 No Brokers
3/2/2 on oversized lot, 1,499
sq.ft., Comm. boat ramp, only
$250,000.Utopia Comm.Rlty.
575-7111
4/1, new roof, tile, carpet &
paint, CHA, $139,900. Aman-
da Monig, 941-875-0942
Coldwell Banker Residential.


1026 PUNTA GORDA
FOR SALE

BEAUTIFUL Landscape
and spotless home with Fl.
room in Peace River
Shores. Must see to
truly appreciate.
Call Irma Wilcoxon about
RA #8466
ERA Randol Realty, Inc.
(941)-625-4193

BSI SFH,51 ft on canal,
2269 sq ft A/C, 3018
gross. 14x28 pool, 3
bdrm 2 baths. 1989
FSBO no brokers.
$555,000. 639-4779 or
875-4338
Deep Creek, 3/2/2 brand new
+2000 SF under air. Florida
style, tile, pool bath, Maytag
appl., huge lanai,. $275,900.
941-766-1884
HANDYMAN SPECIAL
4/2 possible duplex $89,500.
obo 888-584-5482 ext. 4
www.GoodDeeds.Biz
IMMACULATE 3/2.5, 4100 sf
home on,15 acres w/pond.
$790,000. Call (941)-639-
2894 or 941-626-9621
Deep Creek 2005 4/3/2,
2430sf, lanai $289,000
Sel-Fast RE List @ 3.5%
(9411-475-8282
Meticulous Deep Creek heat-
ed pool home, 3/3/2, on cul-
de-sac, 2064 sq. ft., built
2002, liv & dining, security
system, whole house water, fil
tration system, extras galore.
$369,900. Call Ellen
McCarthy, Century 21 Aztec.
(941-235-5648
NEWLY remodeled 2BR/2BA
with built-in pool, terms possi-
ble, $79,995. (941) .575-
6992 or (616) 874-7017.
PGI, BY OWNER, updated
2/2, lanai, 2 car garage, avail.
immediately, nice waterview.
$279k (9411-639-1540

LAKE FRONT 3/1, DOCK,
125X125 LOT, $179,000.
SEL FAST LIST AT 3.5%
(941)-475-8282

1027 SOUTH VENICE
FOR SALE

Too many upgrades, spacious
3 possibly 4BRS/2BA/2CG,
fireplace, stunning htd. pool
area., 85% zero landscape,
boat ramp & bch access,
hurricane boards, $334,900
(941)4964014

2/1/1, 750 sf, lanai, shed,
privacy. $199,000
Sel-Fast RE List @ 3.5%
(941)-475-8282


1027 SOUTH VENICE
FOR SALE

AVOID FORECLOSURE
Immediate Help Avail.
Call Al
941-780-6600
Bank Owned & Gov't Owned
Homes. All Areas & Price
ranges. Call for current prop-
erties. i realty, Inc. 800-624-
0801, cell 941- 650-8086
FOR SALE WITH OWNER
Super 2 bed, 2 bath, 2 cg,
great room style + Florida
room. south Venice
Home. Walk to Shamrock
Park, minutes to Ferry
and boat ramp.
120'xlOO' lot.
948 Leeward Rd.
$219,900.
Realty Options 941-483-3810
HelpUISel

FOR SALE WITH OWNER
Totally remodeled, pool
home, West of Trail. 3
bed, 2 bath + den and
garage. Move right in.
Lovely master suite.
3019 Concord Rd.
$229,500.
Realty Options 941-483-3810

HelpUSelI

FSBO, 832 PALMETTO DR,
2/1/1, renovated, FP &
hottub, new roof,
$182,900 (941493-7732


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1028 VENICE FOR SALE

CALL
HEATHER NOTTINGHAM
REAL ESTATE DISCOVERY
941-232-6125
Everyday advertising
until sold!
FOR SALE WITH OWNER
Great Golf Course View
from turnkey furnihsed 2
bed, 2 bath in Bird Bay
Village. Golf, tennis, club-
house & more. 884 Bird
Bay Way. $ 219,500
Realty Options 941-483-3810

HelpUyeI

FOR SALE WITH OWNER.
Large 2 bed, 2 bath with 2
cg on 120' x 100' lot.
Separate living, dining and
family rooms. Master
suite. 1188 Indus Road,
Venice. $ 209,000.
(941)-483-3810

HelpyUSel.
GOLDEN BEACH Deeded bch
access 3br/3ba, pool home
with separate garage/work-
shop. 405 MAHON DR.
$630,000. (9411-484-6885


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






OPEN SAT/SUN 1-3. .
2430 Nimbus, North Port
Home with 3/2/2, great pool,
immaculate inside and out,
room to park your boat or RV.
(1t970-01) $349,900
MY FAIR LADY...
Dream no more. Charming
3BR/2BA home, hardwood
floors, min. to Ferry and boat
ramp. 2CG. VENICE
(1t971-01) $335,000
OPEN SAT/SUN 1-3 ...
3610 Walmsley, North Port
Park like setting, fantastic
pool, lanai plus terrace, wood-
ed views. 3/2/2. Lots of
room/double lot.
(It969-01) $324,900


1028 VENICE FOR SALE

OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY 12-4.
2129 Date Palm Way, Venice
Palms. 3BR/2BA with pool,
3 years old, many upgrades.
$369,900. For directions or
info call (941-485-4601
Venice Gardens
Pool Home, 2/2/1, htd
pool, new 04', $264,900
(941)-492-6762
VENICE ISLAND
BY OWNER
CUSTOM POOL HOME
4/2.5/2 built 1994
Appointments only. $649,500
(941)488-7676

1029 SARASOTA
FOR SALE

4BR/1.5BA/1CG plus a
1/1, needs minor cosmet-
ircs 1 n65thA Alia


1030 WATERFRONT
HOMES
1 PC 3/2/CP w/ Dock, on
Edgewater. Powerboat, SW 1
bridge to ICW & Harbor.
Investor Bargain Priced, Hurry
will go fast at $224,900! Cash
& Quick (ready to close) only
FSBO ,(941-429-9530-


1030 WATERFRONT
HOMES

1/2 ACRE W/ CITY
WATER on 40' harbor
access. Sold for land value
only. Home w/ pool may or
may not be salvageable.
A steal at
$210,000. RA #8468

JUST REDUCED!
P.C. SPECTACULAR
WATERFRONT
LOCATION
2. minutes to harbor-just 1
bridge. Seawall & boat
ramp. Large master
bedroom & bath. Beautiful
sunsets from every room.
RA#8452
Ray Jeries
941-391-1301 or
Diane Johnson
941-626-3620
ERA Randol Realty, Inc.


ieco, w vw Ave. 941-625-493
West., Bradenton F[ti (4Zt DlMrM Car
$165,000 (775)690-5332 ad,i Need Cash?
Need Cash?
Need Cash? 207-1 00 venai to Have A
Have A Garage Sale! 475-2200 8ongo Garage Sale



ERA"Preferred Properties

of Venice, Inc. Realtor

FURNISHED OFF SEASON RENTALS
AVAILABLE MONTHLY MINIMUMS



$850/mo 400 Carriagehouse Lane #104. Conodo (Inlets) 1BR/1BA, garage, W/D
in unit steps to pool. Water & cable included.
$1100/mo 2690 Shamrock Drive. 2BR/2BA/1CG/Pool- South Venice,
$975/mo 705 Ravinia Circle. 3BR/2BA/1CG, 2nd fir. new condo,
$1 100/mo 402 Ravinia Circle, Capri Isles- 3BR/2BA/1CG 1st floor, new condo.
$1100/mo 305 Ravinia Circle, 2BR/Den/2BAN1CG,2nd Fr,new condo, June avail.
$1175/mo 522 Catalina Isles Circle. 2BR/2BA2CG villa, cable incl.
S$1175/mo 607 Barnes Parkway. 2BR, 2BA,1CG,2FLA RM, canal w/ dock,
$1200/mo 5101 L'Pavia. 3BR,2BA,1CG condo comm, pool.
$1300/mo 509 Dona Drive, Waterfront Home. Nokomis 2BR/Den/2BA.
$1400/mo 591 Randolph Rd.. Furnished 2BR/2BA/1CG pool home.
$1500/mo 3650 Sterling Rd., Furnished 3BR/2BA/2CG/Pool.
$1550/mo 1020 E. Gondola Dr., 3BR/3BA/3CG, lawn svc.incl.
$1500/mo 3149 Salford, N. Port, 3BR/2BA2CG, solar pool, Newer home pool, & lawn
service included,
$i500/mo 950 Tarpon Center Dr. Furnished 2BR/2BA, 5th floor, community pool.
$2200/mo 633 Alhambra Road. -Venice Sands 11th fir, Gulfront Penthouse, 2BR/2BA.


ISLAND COMMERCIAL RENTAL 236 Pedro 1000SF of office
space, (3 offices, sitting area, bathroom), $1200/mo plus tax &
Insurance and shared utilities. Perfect for Attorney, Doctor CPA.


(941)
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with Classified. 523 S. Tamiami Trail
Venice (941) 484-0404


485-9602 Toll Free 1-877-640-7653
www.veniceflproperties.comrn
E-mail:eravenice@aol.cornm


Is Just A Click Away!


Web listings at

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)n the Island of Venice, or call us at


Realty of Venice Inc. e-mail: paradiserealty@comcast.net (941)488-1111 (800)330-6720


-SPACIOUS AND LOVELY! This .home
features living room and family room, plus
Florida:room, dining room, eat-in kitchen,
split, 2 bedrooms (possible 3), 2 updated
baths and many recent upgrades, double
garage, sprinkler system and well, must
see to appreciate. $248,000 price reduced
to $238,000. MLS#459585.


UNSURPASSED ELEGANCE!!!! 3 bedroom
Mediterranean masterpiece, courtyard privacy
with separate guest wing opening to exotic pool
& spa, incredible soaring ceilings, stainless
kitchen appliances, paver drive, designer window
treatments, expanded master suite, "Island of
Venice" gated community with clubhouse and
tennis.
MLS#453537. $549,000.


DOWNTOWN LIFESTYLE! Vintage
Venice 3 bedroom (3rd bedroom -
separate entrance) 2 bath home with
open floor plan & caged pool make
comfortable Florida living & entertaining
a joy, double garage plus extra covered
parking for RV.
MLS#463122..............$595,000.


"ISLAND" PRICE BREAK!!! Lowest priced
Paradise Realty Island of Venice....like new
condition complete recent facelift and:
refurbishing, 2 or 3 bedroom house on
attractive cornet lot, bike to everything
including beach. Price reduced to
$375,000. MLS#464011.


PRIME LOCATION Handicap friendly classic
Island 4. bedroom, 2 bath home, large sun
drenched Florida room, tiled, flooring, oak
kitchen cabinets, upgrades & improvements
include new windows & doors, garage w/extra
storage, spacious tool shed on oversized
corner lot w/extra parking in traffic free
location, 'walk to beach & shopping;
MLS#464992. $589,000.


MEDITERRANEAN JEWEL On the Island of
Venice, 3 bedroom, 3 bath perfect courtyard
model for casual gatherings, spacious great
room, solid surface Whirlpool kitchen with
bright breakfast area, finest detail &
craftsmanship, coffered volume ceilings, tiled
flooring throughout, many designer upgrades,
double garage w/paver drive, exclusive gated
community. MLS#461810.... .....$469,900.


DOWNTOWN CONDO!! 2 bedroom,
2 bath furnished corner unit with
winterized carpeted. Florida room
overlooking pool in small downtown
complex.
MLS#468928 ......................$259,000.


BELLAGIO ASOLO MODEL!! Grand sense
of style reflected in 3 bedroom, 2 bath home,
triple sliding doors to pool & heated hot tub/
spa, double door entry plus angled tiled floors,
solid surface counters in spacious colorful
country kitchen w/bay windoW, large master
bath w/dressing vanity, extra flowered shrubs,
barrel tile roof & stylish paver drive to double'
garage w/workbench area. $509,000.
MLS#461289.


TIM PARADISE
Broker


BERT DEIANA
408-7773


MARTHA SMITH
504-9588


BERK1NCE YERIKCH
223-5608


MARTY \IRGILIO
484-3108


TERRY KEATING PAT RUBUiN
485-7457 650-3591


BILL HETTLER GUS ELIAS ED MYSLIVECEK NICOLE KEATING
716-0066 488-9111 485-0197 468-7214
468-7214


SUE MORGAN
480-0560


SUSANNE WOLF JIM BATH
376-0029 497-7692


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Friday, April 29, 2005, Real Estate Classified


1030 WATERFRONT
HOMES

150 ft. ON DEEP CANCA1
Englewood/Cape Haze, no
bridges, 8 lots to ICW. Dock,
seawall, large, updated home,
$895K. Ray Hradilek.
Re/Max Gulf Coast Realty
941-697-2521
2 Lots on canal. Fabulous
river view, 2-story house has
hurricane damage, pool, boat
lift, large detached garage,
$795,000. 941-625-2179
3BR/2BA home in quiet ieigh-
borhood on Ainger Creek,
1456 sf, 20 minutes to gulf.
Built 1963, not fancy but solid
& comfortable.
No realtors. $325,000/OBO
(941)-474-3465
AMAZING Sunsets, Peace
River home, 4BR, totally
renewed inside & out.
Gourmet kitchen. 2 boat lifts.
$1.29ML Call Donna at Gant
Realty 613-6616



uses orI


1035 GOLF COURSE
COMMUNITY

10 ACRES w/ 1,650 ft. of
Sunnybreeze Golf Course
frontage. Comm boat ramp.
Asking $750k. Utopia Comm.
RIty. 575-7111.
HERON CREEK, 4/3/3 pool,
exquiste home w/gorgeous
lake views, tile/granite, ready
in July. $499k 561-262-6884

1040 CONDOSNILLAS
FOR SALE


"Have a place for nex
inter" 2Br/2Ba "Brand
new" Condo under
construction for sale in
Waterside Village
scheduled to be
completed in August
or September.
$269,900
BirdBayRealty.com
941-485-4804

2 & 3 Bedroom units avail.
Preserve at Windward.
Phase 2 JUST RELEASED!!!
Surfside Realty, Inc.


1040 CONDOSNILLAS
FOR SALE



"FLORIDA WANTS
YOU"
We Do All of Venice
+ area.
104 Plus
Condos Available!!
284 PluS
Homes Available!!
Best Golf Course view over
2nd fl w/cathedral ceiling,
furnished $259,900
Totally updated 1 BR/1.5BA in
building w/elevator $165,000
Feel at Home Ground floor
beauty- 2/2c beautful, floor/
mature trees $219,000
Price, Price, Price,
1BR/1.5BA, 2nd floor at
Sandpiper Blvd., pool, tennis,
golf $139,900
FOR OTHER CONDOS
And any others Available in
Ynur Price Ran'g


VENICE NORTH PORT 941-473-4050
492-3033 429-6993 BIRDBAYREALTY.COM
*Homes over $200,000 2/2, 1st fl. 55+ community, 680 Venice By-Pass N.
slightly higher sec. gates, pools, lanai w/ Sales Depart.
www.4venicehomes.com elect. storm shutters. Very
clean $139,000. No pets. (941) 485-4804
BEACH COMPLEX 941-255-3635 1-800-464-8497
122 SE LELAND ST. 1804 -4
Almost Completely 2/2 Villa Gulf Cove PT. 1st Rental Department
Renovated! floor, 2 parking spaces, Annuals & Seasonals
3/1.5, 40' dock 7k lb tile floors, Beautiful. (941) 484-6777
boat lift. Must sale. $144,900 Call Bud 941- www.birdbayrealty.com
Cash only $399K. 716-5698
HERITAGE OAK PARK 2/2
Call 941-628-0941 or 2/2 VILLA IN Gulf Cove Point. 3RD FLOOR w/elevator, lake
941-766-0777. Low maint. fee. Quiet, Well view screen enclosed lanai
Lollie, Owner/Agent maintained. Pat Murpy, amenities, walk-in closet, cov-
Charming 2BR cottage on nat- Harborside Property Mgmt. ered parking. $7500 .under
Charming 2BR cottage on nat- 941-759-0088 ered paing $7500 under
ural spring lake, '02, 941-759-0088 appraisal. (941)-661-1144
$149,000. Roxanne Moore, 2BR/2BA First Floor Condo Heritage Oak Park, lakefront
Prudential VIg RIty 626-3926 55 or Older in Charlotte condo, 2/2, ground fir. 1,013
COLLINGSWOOD POINTE Square 941-769-0417 SF. Reduced to $184,500.
MLS#465051 Custom Water- 3/2/1 Condo Joyce Dixon 941-626-2674
front 2,400 sq.ft. AC 3,852 Heritage Oak Park, 1st Fir Prudential Village Realty
sq.ft.total. $879.000 Call End, Whirlpool Tub, Hard W HERITAGE OAKS PARK,
941 235 2316 Firs, Many Upgrades, Unique 3rd Floor End Unit w/ Elev.
Manasota Key, Waterfront Unit, Private Waterview, $195,900. 3/2/CP. Call after
Fantastic views of Lemon Bay $244,900 941-743-2731 3pm. 941-423-2944
from this 2br home w/dock & Deep Creek, by Owner, new LOVELAND COURTYARDS
no bridges to ICW. $989K. 2/2 + den condo, cathedral PC 2/2 villa. New Roof and
Call Adele Bourcier, PA ceilings. Co fm. pool, Siding. Call Sea & Shore R.E.
for appt. 941-468-2571 $199,900, (9411-637-1500 (941)-629-9455

Completed 7/04 PGI canal, DC, beautiful condo on golf Oak Forest New 2/2/2, + den
with all upscale features. course, *2/2 + den, built on lake, pool, tennis, & bociball.
with all upscale features. 12/04. Must see. Priced to Move in ready, upgrades galore
SEVEN minutes from har- sell $194,900, Move in ready, upgrades galore(
bor. $769,000. 812-579- sell $194,900, 625-1380 $309,900 (941)4120639
5585 or 812-371-3265 ENGLEWOOD, Marina Isles,
NEW LISTING Waterfront grd fir, 2br/2ba w/gar, turn- JlMl
home just minutes to harbor. key furn, htd pool, hot tub, air.
Superb condition. Furnished Access to dockage, no OAKS III CONDO
2BR/2BA. Oversized corner bridges. $212,000 (413-364 Immaculate 2/2, with
lot. A must see. Lowest price 7251 (941)475-6038 FSBO great 1st floor location,
on market at $189,900. Call FSBO 2/2, Bimini Bay Condo, close to pool, clubhouse.
Brenda Durden, Prudential Vil- new tile, carpet, paint, app Everything new in 2002.
lage Realty, 941- 270-0355. $125K, owner/agent, (9411 Partially furnished. Pets
pe. Listigi 1Shl i ?:ree235-247 e 3 welcome. Pre-Qualified
New Lshng She l, 2352473 buyers only. $149,900.
Walertrr.ni rh rme- g j3raEe ,on Call 941-625-1838.
14 Acres. M.L.S.#465171.
SCall Hayley for more info. Mer- r/
cer Real Estate. 6394445. PLANTATION G&CC, 2br/
cer Real Estate. 639-44452ba, 1st fir w/golf course
PGI SAILBOAT $750,000 .'i view, prof decorated.
OCEAN DR HARBOR VIEW $270,000 (941)-496-7946
'78, 3/2, BEAUTIFUL
941-628-6758 PROMENADES EAST
TASTEFULLY UPDATED 3/2 Su1/1 CONDOMINIUMts
home on saltwater tip lot, 150 will Jerry L. Kegel,
feet of seawall, less than 10 Lic. R.ill erry L. Kegel,
minutes by boat from harbor Lic. R.E. Broker
in PGI. New roof, replacement never 941-766-9339
windows. Too much to list. be the Promenades East 2/2,
Ca9109. $549,000 for showing.941626nicely updated, finished
9109. $549,000 condo, heated pool, imme-
Updated 3/2/CP, One Bridge diatly occupancy. FSBO
to Harbor. Seawall, Dock, 629-8256 $139,000. 941-625-4740
1900 Total sf, Furnished. or
$279,000. 941-743-5398. 48- 4848 ROTONDA WEST Deluxe
Condo, 2nd fl, 2/2 w/pool. Call
A+ WATERFRONT ^ Sn M p for appt. Key Realty, JC
VENICE Hawkins PA, 474-3228


Heated pool, 2 spas,
million $ views, more
options than you can
imagine. A MUST SEE!
2,868sf, 4br 3,5ba
2.5cg, exquisite home,
close to ocean and
boat ramp.

(941)-224-9765
or (941)-752-5756

Vintage 2BR/2BA On
100x125' Sailboat Lot.
Damage Being Repaired,
$529,000 Charlotte Harbor
Properties 5754245
Waterfront home new dock
$339k, Bay lot $579K, both
seawalled, No bridges or
locks, deep water
570-943-2516


1040 CONDOSNILLAS 1090 MOBILE HOMES
FOR SALE FOR SALE

SMALL complex on the 2005JACOBSEN
beach! 2/1 completely reno- 2BR/2BA Double Wide.
vated. Sold Turnkey fur-A Double Wide.
nished. 941-473-4050 $54,900 Inc. Del. Set.
R yInc.Skirt. & Steps.
Surfside Realty, Inc. Cal941- 148
Call 941-875-6148
Sunset Breezes/Punta Gorda
Million $ Harbor View 3/2/CP Dbl. wide in Holiday
2/2 w/ fireplace, top floor, Estates Adult Park. 2 Sheds
end unit. $399,900 + Dock on Fresh Water
Call Nancy 941456-4013 Canal. 941-473-4050
RE/MAX Palm Realty Surfside Realty, inc.
VENICE, 3/2 condo, oversized BEAUTIFUL DOUBLE WIDE
2cg, Courtyard Gondola Park. HOMES Also pet area.
New, to be completed in July. JAPANESE GARDENS
Numerpus upgrades By REALTY Lic. Re Broker.
Owner. $280,000 (941)492- Near Manasota Beach.
6140 941-493-0033
VENICE ISLAND BEAUTIFUL FT PIERCE, The Sunrise City!
Beachfront 3br/2ba Existing mobile homes, move
condo, approx 2400 liv sf in cond. 2BR/2BA units,
at Island Shores Condo $19,000 up. Immediate pos-
Absolutely sunnin view session. Pbols, tennis, golf,
Aboluly 1,050, etc. Call Mary Ellen 772-467-
Please call Melissa A$1,050,000.go 0435 or ABC Realty 772-465-
Please call Melissa Arigo 5100
of Caril Burr Realty at
941-586-2593/429-7777 GO MOBILE & SAVE
New 28X60-$100,000 & Up
VENICE ISLAND 3rd floor Installed. CBC1252481
condo 2/2, Glass enclosed CALL (941)697-5742
patio, elevator, pool, Prime
location and condition. Lovely JACOBSEN HOMES
walk to beach and business BRAND NEW 2BR/2BA
district. Complex well main- Deluxe, Split Plan, 1244
trained. Sheltered parking. sq ft Ceramic Tile, Drywall,
$270,000 941-488-9641 Vaulted Ceilings, Loads of
VENICE ISLAND BELLA COSTA Upgrades. $72,900.
CONDO, 2nd fl. on the ICW, Port Charlotte Village.
2BR/2BA, Heated pool. Greg 941-875-6148
$259,900. 941-485-6495
VENICE ISLAND CONDO LARGE SELECTION OF
furnished 1BR/1BA com- HOMES & LOTS OWNED
pletely updated, Close to Pub- OR RENTED LOTes
lix, Hospital, Beach & Restau- Venice Isles R.E. Sales
rants. Codwell Banker Res Lic Real Estate Broker
R.E. 941-223-1431 By-Pass 41.485-7743


WENICE. ISLAND CONDO'S
ADORABLE 1BR/IBA
5 LEFT TO CHOOSE
Now Taking Reservations
HURRY!
STARTING FROM
S144,900.
Please call Melissa Arrigo
of Carll Burr Realty at
941-586-2593 429-7777
VENICE ISLAND WATER-
FRONT Villa., 2/2, dock, lift,
pool, new kitch, walk to
beach, jetty, dt. Opgen House
May 1. 14om. $611,000
Re-Max Premier Services, .
(941)400-0083 Carolyn

1070 DUPLEXES
FOR SALE

DEEP CREEK 2 yrs. old,
2/2/1 ea. side on large lot in
quiet area. $289,900. 941-
766-1647

1075 TRI-PLEX
FOR SALE

HARBOUR HEIGHTS, 27178
Adams St., TWO 2BR/1BA, &
ONE 1BR/1BA. Always fully
rented. Asking $226,000
(941)-743-4277

1090 MOBILE HOMES
FOR SALE

1980 14x56, pets, 55+
Bradenton, can email pic's.
woosterhills@msn.com
REDUCED to $18k
(941-727-2757
2-3BR/2BA, furn., Mobile Gar-
dens. $99,500. Call Leslie
Edwards at Key Realty,
(941)468-211.0
2/2 Double wide, 1,506 sq.ft.
new windows, new roof & new
flooring. Only $145K. Utopia
Comm. Rity. 575-7111.


Lowest prices on new .manu-
factured homes from factory
owned Prestige Home Center
in Tampa. 3BR, 2BA. Multi-sec-
tion homes from $41,500
including Delivery, Set-up and
A/C. 1 (800)-232-1644

MUST SEE NOW!!
2BDR/2BA Nobility
w/ over $10,000.
in options.
Immediate Delivery!
(941)-255-1122

NEW 3/2 dblwide on own lot
near Navigator $109,900
Older 2/1.5 singlewide on
own lot near new Walmart
warehouse. $59,900 or lease
for $695. (941)-697-2129
NOKOMIS-SPANISH LAKES
24x60 in pet section. 2/2,
1600 SF liv. area. Upgraded
copper plumb & elec. Totally
renovated. Quality furnishings,
Avail. imm. $72,500. Must
see. 941-480-9718 Venice.
'ALM HMRPB'i Fa.:tor. Liquid
.J3ari,, Sale All M,-,I-l; mu-t
go. Call for free brochures &
quotes. 1-800-622-2832
Pelican Harbor 2/2/1 carport,
Canal front, .55+ comm.
$138,000. Utopia Comm.
RIty. 941-575-7111.
Polynesian Village MHP
1495 Alamander Ave,
Engl. Walk to Manasota
Bch. Resident owned,
adult park, "a few fine"
pre-owned dbl wides avail.
Call Park Mgr.
(941)474-3636.
READY FOR IMMEDIATE
DELIVERY...
Cash home only delivery
to your site.
24x44 2/2 $38,000 + tax.
14x56 2/1 $26,000 + tax.
Other models available,
please call for pricing.
1-800-925-HOME


1090 MOBILE HOMES 1120 WANTEDTO BUY
FOR SALE
ALL CASH for houses, con-
RIDGEWOOD MHP-VENICE dos, lots. Any condition. Fast
3/1 Totally Renovated. 20x20 closings. 1-800-433-1556
LR, 12x15 Lanai, + large www.HouseTraders.net
shed. New roof and vinyl sid-
ing. Nicely furn. $29,500. AVOID FORECLOSURE
(941)-480-9718 Immediate Help Avail.I
Call Al
SHELL CREEK 941-780-6600
RESORT A 55+
COMMUNITY
Heated pool & spa. Shuffle I BUY
board court, marina, billiards STORM DAMAGED HOUSES
hall & clubhouse. New park 1-800-SELL-NOW
models, total electric, ready (1-800-735-5669)
to move in. Starting at $40k. www.WeBuyFlorida.com
Used park models as low as
$13,900. Park models
w/screen rooms, starting at
$17,900. Call Ron or Pat 941-
639-4234 for an appt. Sell your house
SHELL CREEK RESORT a As Is .For a Fair Price,
55+ community. New Fleet- on the date of Your Choice!
wood double wide, 3/2, 1365- Simon 941-204-5291
SF with porch, total electric
home. Turnkey to you for
$66,750. Call Pat or Ron at 1205 LEASE OPTION
(941)-639-4234


SINGLES & DOUBLES -
22 models in stock or
special orders in 3 weeks.
Sample 2BR/1BA only
$28,900. Incl. Set-up,
A/C, skirting & steps.
First Class Homes.
(941) 639-9497

VENICE 55+, 2/2/CP Fully
furnished, lanai, Shed,
Clubhouse & all amen.
$18,000. 941-480-9070
VENICE RANCH
12x46 1BR/1BA.. Asking
$12,000. Furnished.
12x56, 2BR/1.75 BA. Asking
$14,000. Furnished.
24x48 2BR/2BA. Asking
$44,000. Furnished.
Others to choose from! 55+
Community, No pets. Call Dick
or Steve (941)488-5672
WANTED TO BUY single
wide mobile home & lot. Not
an age restrictive park,
.Call (941)-474-1388

1110 OUT OF
AREA HOMES

Northern Getaway Own .a
Park Model & Condo lot on
beautiful cold water lake Mici,
gan, 1,600 acre lake w/gre.ai
boating & fishing.
Call Fred (941)-485-3742
Ruskin, Riverside Club 55.
on the Little Manatee River
2/2/CP, never lived in, maru
factured home. Golf, tennis .'.
clubhouse. $64,500, (8131
634-4507 or (813) 468-0891
Tennessee, Serene & beautiful
secluded shalet, Douglas Lal e
area, 2BR w/loft, 1.5BA, wrap
around porch, extra house cl,
:. I.:. lD) ollywood, $179,90i
Mu:. ieli1(941) 492-6698

1120 WANTED TO BUY

AVOID FORECLOSURE
WE CAN HELP TODAY
Better Business Bureau Member
Call Jim Today 927-0040
www.Florida-lomeRescue.co-i

WE BUY1HOUSESALLCASI
No brokers, No banks,
No B.S.! Call Jud
Toll free 877-355-8663

WE BUY HOUSES CASH
No brokers, No banks,
No B.S.! Call Jud
Toll free 877-355-8663


A House wanted
3/2 pref. Any cond. ok.
941-474-9080


F SEASONAL RENTALS 2006
BOOK 3 MONTH RENTALS NOW.

CONDOS
HOUSES & VILLAS
OFF SEASON RENTALS
ANNUAL RENTALS
Mangrove Rd., South Venice, new 2/2/2 house. ...$965/mo
Casa Del Lago, condo, 2 bedroom plus den.......$1000/mo
Call: Bob Quinlan, Rental Manager
www.PALMREALTYGROUPcom 0
C 5OR


MOVE IN READY beuatiful
3/2/2, 1440 sf, new paint,
carpet, lots of tile, scr. lanai.
4650 Cazes (off Sumter, near
Heron Creek CC)
$1250/mo + deposit.
(941)-724-5907 or 923-5700
NORTH PORT, Brand New
Home, lease option, new
3/2/2, 1750sf, $1295/mo.
(941)-735-0085

Advertise in
The Classifieds!


1210 HOMES FOR RENT 1210 HOMES FOR RENT

100% FHA Financing 3Bed. FORECLOSURE! Stop
For Displaced Hurricane renting and own for $29,900.
Disaster Victims In Florida, For listings call 1-800-749-
Homeowners & Renters 8124. ext R224.
Call Rudy 941-473-1911 3BR, 2B, unfurn on canal. New
or 800-624-0801 carpet, tile, a/c, paint, avail
American Federated Funding Inc immed, $1300 mo Annual.
Corr MrtageLender/Equa Housing Call Jayne Lupson, Keller
2/1, 22250 Belinda, PC. Williams Realty 941-650-3744
Recent redone $850. 3/1, 3BR/2BA HOME in PGI on
316 E. Ann St PG. $650. canal tip, pool, furn. Immredi-
(941)-637-9639 / ate occupancy, no smoking,
2284 Palm Tree, PGI 2 Bed- $1500/mo + util. (631)-680-
room, 2 Bath, 2 Car Garage, 5154 or 941-639-5959
Pool, minutes to Harbor.
$1550/mo + Utilities. 941- Annual & Seasonal
916-2401 or 941- 270-0408. RENTALS
2287 Cornelius, PC, 3/2/2 M&M Property MGMT Inc.
waterfront, fenced yard, pets CALL (941) 473-9616
welcome. $1600 mo. or visit us at our website:
246 Waterway Cir, PC. 2/1/1, mmlroDertymgmt.com
fenced yard, pets welcome.
$950 mo. (941)-6284494
ARE YOU STILL RENTING
2BR/1BA, S. Venice, 253 Let us help you get into
Grove Rd., nice yard, nice the home of your dreams
home, Available immedi- with our proven Lease
ately!! $850/mo. Option Program its easy
(941)423-6522 to get started! We guar-
3/2 Venice Island for antee it Credit not in
Rent good shape? No problem
6 mth lease 3 blks to beach with this new program.,
$1700 + sec dep includes Call us for details.
water ,elect ,& cable EAGLE MORTGAGE CO.
941-276-3131 1-800-775-7978
or visit us onine:
3/2/2 brand new, 2911 eaalemorteapevenicecom
Crane Ave. (off Cranberry (A family owned
Blvd.) $1,200/mo. plus business)
deposit. (9411-429-8395
3 / / C twa Ro Best in North Port! Beautiful'
3/2/2 PC Saltwater-Roomy- new 3/2/2's, lanai, terrific
Immaculatenai $1350. inHot Tuber & Big community, $1,095 $1,195
Lanai $1350. cl941-624-4 water & annual. (561)-23-8229
lawn maint. 941-624-4801


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showing info.
THE MEURS TEAM THE MEURS TEAM
941.308.4625 941.308.4625


3 BEDROOMS, 2 BATHS, irmily ro.,:ii lirvn 3rn
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Call Brian (308-4625) or Bev (308-4554) for
1your private showiinq
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941-308-4625


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ro.o'm. 2 tairh villa in F-,w'iooI a :eriihed Over .,
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iwmming $265,000.

GAE STEWART, GRI, CRS
488-6262


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rviniiiip S269,600.

CAE STEWART, GR1, CRS
488-6262


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STHE RENTAL COMPANYx
3 -OF VENICE, INC.
236 TampaAve.W., Venice, FL
1 941-484-7644
Srental@glnet.com
ANNUAL

312/1 South Venice Home, $1100
2/2 Venice Island Condo. $1100
3/212 Single Family in North Port...................$1300
2/2/1 Sorrento Shores Home $1400
2/2/1 South Venice Home.... $990
3/2/1 Gondola Park. $1800
2/2 Bird Bay (furnished) $950

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'Brand new 3/2/2, E. Engl.,
*Available May 1st. $1,350
1st, last & sec. 941-474-
3822 or 735-0802
CHARLOTTEE HARBOR: 3/3,
dock (minutes to harbor), fur-
nished, 3153 sq. ft. (1973
under A/C), heated pool, RV
set-up. LR, FR, DR, office,
lawn & pool services.
$1800/mo. 941-637-6797
CLOSE to Deep Creek Elem,
3/2/2cp, totally redone,
$1000/mo. 1st, last & sec.
,Ref. req. (941)-255-3999
;COTTAGE- $650. mo. incl. util.
,Convenient Punta Gorda loca-
tion. For more info call (941)-
,639-2335 or 661-0035

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;DC, beautiful brand new
,3/2/2, pool $1,500/mo.,
annual, 1st., last + sec. No
'smoking, no pets, 625-1380
,EAST ENGLEWOOD Immacu-
late 3/2/2, pool, $1,400
mo. 1st, Last, Security
(941)-474-2388
:EAST ENGLEWOOD, 2/2/1,
vaulted spilt plan, clean,
,updated, $975. NS/NP. Agent
'Owned (941)-624-3395.
Engl Immac. 2/2 on pond,
private road, walk to Manaso-
I ta Beach, $1,200 mo.,
'furniture avail. 941-920-2001
iENGLEWOOD OYST. CRK G&
'CC, 2/2/2, comm. pool,
nunfurn., $1200/mo. +dep.
fLawn incl. (941)-474-8605
I ENGLEWOOD:
2/2/2 fl rm furnished
2/2/1 Overbrook on canal
i 2/1/cp w/heated pool
2/1/cp downtown area
2/1 duplex screen lanai
RE/MAX Properties
941-548-0140 or 468-0667


ENGLEWOOD: 2/2/2 Home,
fenced yard. Avail. 5/15.
$1100/mo.
Harborside Property
Management Lic. RE Brkr
941-697-7077





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WE NEED QUALITY
RENTALS

PORT CHARLOTTE
2/1 $650
2/1/1..................... $675
2/1 $800
2/2/1..................... $900
2/2/2......... ........ $975
3/2/2.....................$10
DEEP CREEK
3/2/2.....................$1200
4/3/2......................$1395
4/2/2 Fireplace, just built,
Avail. June...............$1400
GULF COVE
2/1.5/1, w/Fam. Room,
Comm. Pool..............$900
S. GULF COVE
3/2/2, SWF.............$1095
PGI
3/2/2 pool, canal....$1800
NORTH PORT
2/1.5/1............... $900
3/2/2.....................$1050
3/2/2, w/den..........$1250
2/2 w/Den..............$1300
3/2/2, pool.............$1350
3/2/2 elegant Pool Home,
w/Den, Gated Comm.,
$2,300.............$2300
EAST ENGLEWOOD
2/1 $650


'FANTASTIC CANAL FRONT
HOME 2/2 Pool, Dock,
$1800 PER MO. Avail. may
1ST. annual lease.
Surfside Realty, Inc.
941-460-9606

Fully Furnished
2 & 3 Bedroom Homes &
Condos available annually
and seasonally.

Unfurnished Homes:
4/2/2 in Deep Creek
3/2/2 in Port Charlotte
3/2/2 in North Port

ERA Randol Realty, Inc.
(941)-625-4193 or
(941)-661-0977


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Furnished house on Mini-Farm.
3 bed, 2 ba, Pool, East of
Venice. Annual Lease
$1000/mo, 485-2116
Golf course pool home,
sparkling, spacious, 3/2/2,
$1450/ mo. unfurn. Punta
Gorda. (941) 815-7111
GULF COVE 2/2/2 on the
water w/Gulf access & dock,
lap pool, sun deck.
$1350/mo.
Harborside Property
Management Lic. RE Brkr
941-697-7077
GULF COVE 4/2.5/2 Home
with fireplace & on the water.
$1295/mo + deposits.
Harborside Property
Management Lic. RE Brkr
941-697-7077
GULF COVE/MYAKKA RIVER,
Furn. 1/1, king bed, lanai, 2
.zone air. Avail 5/1/05.
$795 annually 941-626-1662
HISTORIC PUNTA GORDA
2/1 $1000/mo.
CALL FIVE STAR REALTY
941-637-6116
LAKESIDE Plantation brand
new 4 or 5BR, 2 story w/pool.
$1900. PGI 2BR w/pool
waterfront, $1250 incl. yard &
pool care. Realty Manage-
ment (941)-625-3131
N Port Beautiful BRAND NEW
3/2/2, over 1800 SF. tile,
wooded lot. $1295/mo.
Annual Lease 941-457-0727

N PORT gulf access water-
front, 2/1, partially furnished.
$1400/mo. negotiable.,
Ist/Ist/sec. (941)-426-2051

N. Port gorgeous brand
new 3BR/2BA/2CG w/
lanai, located in Lakeside
Plantation community. All
club amenities, & mainte-
nance, incl. Near 1-75,
schools & mall. Must see.
This is the nicest in N.
Port $1275/ mo. Call Billy
at (571)-246-5050

N. PORT STILL LOOKING?
Call Us! We have many beauti-
ful new 3/2/2's $1195. to
$1295/mo. Annual. Gulf
Coast Waterfront Realty, Inc.
457-0727

N.PORT, NEW 3/2/2 w/lanai,
easy access to schools, shop-
ping and 1-75, all appliances,
no smoking, no pets, first,
last, sec. $1200/mo.
(941)-423-3210 .


NEWER North Port or Sec. 15
Port Charlotte. 3/2/2, $1150
annual. Anchor Realty, 800-
898-7353
Newly remodeled 3/2/2 on
Peachland. $1200/mo. 1st/
last & sec. Call Gedeon
Rentals (941) 815-0285
Nice NP House for Rent
Looking for nice family.
3/2/2 $1,100/mo.
941-429-6223
NO MONEY DOWN
HOME LOANS
Even with credit problems
& 100% investor loans.
(941-625-3052
NO PORT FURN. 3br/2ba/
2cg, w/window treatments, all
appl's inc W/D, scr. lanai, htd
pool, lawn & pool srvc provid-
ed. Avail. 7/1 No pets/smok-
ers. $1400/mo + dep.
Cell 941-815-7242 or home
941-423-5473
NO PORT- New 3/2/2,
lanai, w/d, 4 fans, Nice
area! $1265/mo.
(941)-716-3010
NO PORT: 3BR/2BA 2CG
on dbl lot-boat/RV parking
Almost new. Pelican Property
Management, Inc.
Lic. Broker (941)-232-8223
NOKOMIS 2BR/1BA; newly
remodeled, lst/Last/Sec.
Very clean. Small pet OK.
$800/mo. (941)416-1861 .,
NOKOMIS 1/1 Charming
updated 1920s cottage in
hist. district. Available thru
Jan. $850/mo. Furn. Free
cable. Pix at
http://tinyurl.com/77fdm
NOKOMIS 3/2/2 Classic
Florida home, updated, fea-
tured on HGTVI Hardwoods,
Cent..A/C, D/W, W/D. Lg.
garage. Sm. pet OK.
Furn/Unfurn. $1300 + dep.
Pix at
http://tinyurl.com/3D8wi
941-488-6221
NOKOMIS 3BR/2BA
Newer home, City Water, No
pets, $1'100/mo. util incl.
+1st, last Sec 941-270-0331
NORTH PORT 3bd/2ba/2cg
5818 Mayberry, water/
sewer, $1150/mo. 1st/lst/
Sec $700. (941)-628-6226
NORTH PORT (2) -
3/2/2, 1,800 sf,.Tile
thruout, carpet in bed-
rooms, 1 w/pool & 1 with-
out, lst/Last/Security
$1400/mo. & $1,500/mo.
941-223-7801


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North Port Rent To Own
3 Bedroom/2 bath/1 car gar.
8622 Gaillard Ave
Call Steve @ 941626-6600
North Port Saltwater canal,
4BR/2BA, -fenced yard,
(941)-918-0872
North Port, 1435 Overhead,
nrly. new 3BR/2BA/2CG. on
canal. $1,100/mo. Investment
RIty (941-492-5050
North Port, 2/2/1. 4513
Grobe St. Tiled firs, fenced
yard. $800/mo. 1st, last, sec.
No pets/smoke 941-726-0761
NORTH PORT 3/2/2 at 2810
Belipt Terrace. $1425./mo.
1st, & Sec., No pets. (239)-
784-7909
NORTH PORT 3BR/2BA/2CG,
1 yr. old. $995/mo. No pets.
1st, last; sec. $995/mo.
Credit check. 941-725-1355
NORTH PORT Beautiful 2/2/1'
Newer home, Quiet. Lots of
room. 7965 Rockwell. 1st,
last, sec. $975/mo.
941-661-9909
North Port brand new 3/2/2,
2500 TSF, great area, $1175
mo. 561-306-0246 or 561-


213-8229
Pelican Pointe 3BR single
NORTH PORT, for rent 3/2/2, family hm, private setting w/
1212sf, scrnd lanai. $1450/ spool, unfurnished. Available
mo. Call Jessica, JLG Proper- immediately. (301)-210-7197
ties, LLC. (941)-504-2917 PGI- 103 Troicana Dr.
NORTH PORT, New 3/2/2, 2/2/2 With POOL
close to schools, shopping & $1200/ mo.
1-75. $1225/mo. +util. CALL FIVE STAR REALTY
(941)456-0067 941-637-6116
NO. PORT- AVAIL. NOW GREAT PGI 2453 Flora Lane
Waterfront pool, fireplace, 3/2/1 on Sailboat Water
whirlpool tub, 3br/2ba, nice $1300/MO.
area. Call.(941)-426-7625 CALL FIVE STAR REALTY
NORTH PORT- beautiful 3/2/1 941-637-6116
with pool on canal. PGI, 3/2/2 on golf course,
$1500/mo vaulted ceilings, laundry room,
Call (941)484-3100 ext. 103. clean & avail. now
NORTH PORT- Brand $1,600/mo, (941)-456-1389
new, 3/2/2, tile & car- PGI 3/2/2, pool/ sailboat
pet, lanai, all appl.'s. dock/ all updated. $1800/
$1150/ mo. Annual mo. Call Kathy Hinga, DCR
lease. Rental Mgmt 941 628-8855
(941)-927-9176 PGI WATERFRONT 3/2/2,

*NEED A RENTALS fenced yard, $1800/,month
DCR RENTAL MGMT yearly. Lawn, water & pool
DCR RENTAL MG T maintenance incl. 941- 661-
941-624-0500 6000.
P.C. 3/2/CP, furnished;, canal PGI Waterfront, 3/2/2, corn-
home, with ramp, lawn serv. pletely renovated, pool, 5 min-
non smoking, small pet ok. utes to harbor. $2000 mo.
$1300 mo. 941-627-0324 Call 941-626-6263
P.C., 2/1.5/CP, unfurn, 75' PGI, Waterfront, nicely furn.,
seawall, dock. no smoke. Min. 3/2/2, dock, 5 mins. sailboat
6 mo. $900/mo. Bob Gray, access. NS $1800. (860)-
Sun Realty. '941-456-0053 658-4992 or 239-472-8001


Lic. Broker (941)-232-8223
PT CHAR HUGE 3BR/2BA
Farm rm & encl. lanai, htd
pool & jacuuzi seawalled
dock on sailboat water.
By appt. only. $1795/mo.
Pelican Property Mgmt., Inc.
Lic. Broker (941)-232-8223
PT CHAR- 3/2/1 + den, new
kitchen, roof, carpet, tile thru-
out, appl's, fenced yard.
$1100/mo. 941-629-2119 -
PT CHARLOTTE 3/2 on salt
water canal, F/L/S
$1100/mo 207-590-6897,
590-5294.
PT. CH.- Duplex (just as big as
a house) 2/2 full baths, lanai,
laundry rm, central heat & air,
ceramic tile, very nice &
clean. You must see it. By
Deep Creek school; it won't
last! No pets. $799/mo +
$1200 sec. dep. (941) 240-
1749 or (941) 916-1901.
Pt. Char 2/2/2 waterfront
home, recently upgraded,
1,500sf, furn. w/pool, 3 blks to
bch w/dock, 5 min direct sail-
boat access saltwater to harbor,
$1,300/mo. + utilities 727-447-
3128 or 727-403-6661
PT. CHAR. 2BR/2BA, garage,
lanai, club pool, air, washer
/dryer, $850/mo, first, last,
sec. (941) 639-9452.


P.C. 2/1/CP, Cozy Waterfront PGI. 2315 Palm Tree 3/2/2,
home with beautiful view. pool, sailboat water, 2 min-I
$995. mo. includes lawn ser- utes access. $1800 /mo.
vice (941)-276-5986 plus utilities. 941-916-2401
PC, 2 homes, 3/2/2, pool, PGI: LOVELY 3BR/2BA, liv-
$1,200/mo. 3/2/1, pool, sail- ing/ dining, eat-in kitchen,
boat $1,400/mo. Avail 6/1, tile floors, large lanai,
Annual. (941)-380-9212 boat dock, $1,500/mo.
PC 2/2/2, large yard, storage (941) 637-7808.
shed, 1st, last & security. Port Charlotte Rent To Own
$950/ mo. 941-255-1947 3 Bdrm/2 Bath/1CG
PC, 3/2 home on canal New paint & carpet
$1,200/mo. 1st. & security. 426 Ferris Drive NW
(239)-276-5626 Call Steve @ 941-626-6600
PC, 3/2/2, mint cond., great PORT CHARLOTTE Ig. 3/2/2
location, no smoking, pets, on water, all new appliances,
avail. 5/1, $1,095/mo, 1st. quiet street, unfurn. Call 954-
last + sec. (941)-613-3520 581-7474.
PC, 4/2/1, waterfront, close PORT CHARLOTTE: Cute
to Harbor, large yard, dock, 2/1/1, close to everything.
$1375/mo. N/S, References $750/ mo. 1st. last & securi-
Call (941)-235-3282 ty. Call Susie 941-204-5461
PC, SWF, 3/2, CHA, priv. PORT CHARLOTTE: Furnished,
dock, 1st., last, sec. $925- 2/2/1, pool, fireplace,
$1000/mo. No pets/smok- $1200 mo. + utilities. 1 year
ing, (941)-764-0654 rental. Call 631-278-2331.
PELICAN POINT 2/2, lanai, PT CHAR GULF COVE PT
garage, waterview, golf LOVELY FURN 2br/2ba
course, htd pool, FURNISHED. condos at off season rates.
$1200/mo. Broker/Owner By appt. only call for info
356-7630 or 809-3555: Pelican Property Mgmt., Inc.


Pt. Char 3/2/2 waterfront
home, recently upgraded,
1,400sf, 3 blks to Bch w/dock
& boat lift, 1,100/mo. + utili-
ties, 5 min. direct sailboat
access to Harbor (727)447-
3128 or (727)403-6661
Pt. Char. 3BR/1BA, inside
laundry, remodeled,
Available immediately!!
$950/mo. (941)423-6522
PT. Charlotte: Large, clean,
2/1/1 265B Camillia $750.
2/1/CP22142 Gandy $800.
3/1 22118 Gatewood $850.
1st, Last & Sec. 941-916-
0896
PUNTA GORDA (BS[) 2/2/2
unfurnished sailboat canal,
pool, pet OK. (941) 637-6797
PUNTA GORDA, (historical dis-
trict), 2/2 w/garage & Car
port (941) 637-6797
Punta Gorda 2/2, den, lanai,
all appliances, clean & bright,
55+, $1,250/mo, Small pet
okay. (941)-575-1540
PUNTA GORDA 2/2/CP lanai,
furnished, carpet/decorated.
Avail thru Sept. $600/mo. No
pets 55+ (734)-341-3341
Punta Gorda Ig. 3BR/2BA w/
pool & hot tub, all appl. Year-
ly lease. $1,550 firm. (941)-
766-1360
PUNTA GORDA: 3/2.5/2,
New, 2000 sq. ft. in Burnt
Store Meadows. Available
immediately. (941)-204-2141
PUNTA GORDA: new 2/2, fur-
nished, on sailboat canal,
dock, no pets/smoke.
$1200/mo. 941-286-5360


2/2/1 Fairways of Capri Villas, lanai ...................$875
2/2 San Marco Condo, 2nd fl., lanai ......................$950
2/2/1 Plantaion Villa, lanai, waterview .................$950
2/2 Island Townhouse, lanai, comm. pool .......$1100
2/2/2 Gondola Pk. Condo, 3rd fl., lanai .............$1200
2/2/1 Mirabella Condo, 1st fl., lanai, New .........$1200
2/2/2 Pelican Pt. Condo, den, lanai, on lake ....$1350
1/1 Gulf Front Condo, lanai, furnished ............$1600

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1210 HOMES FOR RENT

** RENTALS **

HARBOR HEIGHTS
BRAND NEW 2/2 UNIT.
Ceiling Fans, Window Cov-
erings. Enjoy Lanai & The
Florida Lifestyle!
STARTING
AT $875/MO.

DEEP CREEK
LINKS EDGE CONDOS
Live in this Great Complex.
Units have window cover-
ings, all appliances &
washer/dryer. RELAX on
your lanai & SWIM in the
POOL!
Starting at $875/mo.

PORT CHARLOTTE
1/1 PROMENADES
WEST CONDO............
................ $625/MO
3/2 HOME.... $950/MO

NORTH PORT
3/2 HOME.. $1200/MO

ENGLEWOOD
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RENT
Rent With Option To Buy
Purchase-No Money Dn.
Owner Financing
Bad Credit O.K.

Renovated 3/1/cp
Renovated 2/1/cp
Renovated 3/2/1 garage
Renovated 3/3 2400 sf.
Renovated 3/3 1900 sf.
CELL: (786) 546-1633
EMAIL: VP2111@AOL.COM

ROTONDA, FURNISHED,
3/2/2 Pool Home w/golf
course & lake view. Must
see. $1700/mo.
Harborside Property
Management Lic. RE Brkr
941-697-7077
ROTONDA 2/2/2 canal view,
lanai, pet negotiable
$1125/mo + deposits.
Harborside Property
Management 941-697-
7077 Lic RE Broker
ROTONDA- 2br/2ba/2cg,
immaculate, shows like model


VENICE, E. Gate, very nice,
1308 Cypress Ave. 3/2/1,
$995, No smokers. Max 151b
pet. (941-488-9486
VENICE fully furnished
2br/2ba, avail 5/1-11/30
only, $800/mo incl. utilities.
941-486-1153
VENICE GARDENS BEAUTY
369 Shamrock Blvd. Lg.
2/2/2. Upgraded. $900/mo.
1st, last, $500 security.
Agent. 941-492-4280
VENICE Island, 2 homes,
2/2/1, blocks to beach. Pet
OK. Annual $1390/mo. New
waterfront 3/2/2 w/pool,
Mthy $2,500 (941)-488-9527
VENICE ISLAND, priv beach,
beautiful 3/2, garage, Ig
yard, scrnd patio. Call Ft.
Lauderdale (954)-410-6209
VENICE LAKEFRONT. New,
fully furnished 2b/2b + den,
garage, pool. Includes city
water & comcast cable. No
pets/smokers. Avail THRU
1$r ;1 250/mth 484-0i72


o n g o lf c o u rs e $ 1 2 5 0 /m o d is- u "c .'.. ./ A . . . .
count for yrly. 239-777-5594 VENICE- CANAL home
2br/2.5ba, pool, furnished.
S VENICE- lawn care incl, Mint Avail 5/1-12/13 consider
cond. 2br/2ba/lcg, fam rm, mthly turnkey. 941-929-0991
shed. Sm pet ok. $975/mo.
1st, Ist sec. (941)-488-5303 VENICE: 2 BR poss. 3rd,
2BA, split plan, new updates.
I* SHAYMAN $1500/mo.
MANAGEMENT 941-650-5359
S SERVICES VENICE: Immaculate
3BR/2BA, plus Pool & Spa,
2004 Readers Choice Ig. fam rm w/high ceilings.
2004 Readers Choice No smoking or pets.
A w a r d W i n n e r $1500/mo. (330)-620-4430
Award winning Professional
Management Company VG 2/2/2, fireplace, FL
Serving the Areas of N Port 2/2/2, fireplace, FL r $900
Pt. Charlotte & Punta Gorda EngI Isles 2/2/1, FL rm $950
for over 15 years. For a list of VE 2//Carport, FLrrm $850
Annual & Seasonal Rentals VG 2/2/1, fenced yard $875
call (941) 764-7777, (800) VG Villa 2/2/1, scr porch $975
2Gulf Coast Rentals & Real
www.Shaymanmanagement.co EstateCo.(941)492-4280
S. VENICE Totally Renovated
2br/2ba/2cg, family w/ fire- WE HAVE RENTALS!
place, 6 new appliances,
fenced yard, $995/mo ANNUAL RENTALS -
941-346-9319 COLDWELL BANKER


Seasonal
(Summer Rates)
North Port: 3/2/2, fully
furn., Avail. 5/15/05
North Port: 3/2/2, fully
furn., pool home
Avail. 6/1/05
Pt. Charlotte: 3/2/2
Fully furn., pool home
Avail 5/15/01

Annual
Pt. Charlotte 2/2/1, fully
furn., Avail Now
Pt. Charlotte 2/2/1,
Lakeview home, fully
furn., Avail. Now
Pt. Charlotte 3/2/2,
Canal Front Home
Avail. 5/1 0'.
Pt. Charlotte "-.' F-,.i
Condo, 2/2 avail 5/1/0".
Englewd. Duplex,
2 Units, 2/2, Unit A, '
unfurn., Unit B, fully fum,
Avail. 5/1/05
InvestorsChoice RE, Inc.



Inmeloraoice RelA Esaitae
941-743-4831
866-519-3500

SOUTH VENICE
3+br/3ba/4car gar with hvac
& fans on 5 lots. $1500/mo.
Call (941)484-3100 ext. 103.

SOUTH, VENICE: 3/2/Gar.
AVAIL. MAY 1st. Call Paula,
(941)-485-7135 or 492-7515
Venice Chestnut Creek
2/2/1, FRESHLY PAINTED.
Annual$1100/mo. No Pets,
lst/Last/Sec 941-346-9935


SUNSTA IRK &
MORRIS REALTY

Single Family Homes &
Condos Punta Gorda -
Port Charlotte North Port

LIESA PAYNE Phone:
800-252-7809 or 941-
613-3063:

154 Barre Drive. Port
Charlotte 3/2 recently
renovated .with new tile,
kitchen. Clean and neat
and on canal. Ready for
mid-April. $1,000.

23211 Avacado, Port
Charlotte 3/2/2 on quiet

relurbr'.he, l e L e t? brand
,, NO pets.


CINDY STRUTHERS -
Phone: 800-301-7389

or 941-613-3012:

Sandpiper Key Condo-
miniums, Englewood -2
and 3 bedroom furnished
condos and villas available
off-season from $1,500.
Call Diane Pfaehler: 800-
475-3108.

FOR SEASONAL
RENTALS-SEE OUR
WEBSITE AT:
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1240 CONDOSNILLAS
FOR RENT


1240 CONDOSNILLAS
FOR RENT


YOU CAN LEASE TO OWN! Deep Creek Gardens, 2/2 PGI Fountain Ct. Brand new
LeaseOpionPro.ram.com Condo, furnished. $975/mo. condo, 2/2, unfurn., under-
is now available in your 1st., last +sec. No smoke/No ground park, pool,
area and making home pets, (941Y625-5153 $1000/mo. Call Kathy Hinga,
ownership an option today! DEEP CREEK SPECIAL, DCR Rental Management
Same payments as rent 1ST. MO. FREE, new on golf (941) 628-8855
but own your home in 2 course, 2/2, w/d, pool, PGI -WINDJAMMER CONDO
years or less. Qualified $1200/mo. 941-505-7269 2/2 With Dock
customers choose the 2/2 With Dock
community and home Deep Creek, 2/2, furn, avail $1500/mo.
Apply now at May-Nov, $850 + dep, all util, CALL FIVE STAR REALTY
www.Leaseoimomgia.com except cable. No 637-6116
www.LeaseOlio APifi.coi Smokers/Pets 941-359-2786
or call 888-457-0229 PGI 2/2 Condo, waterfront,
EMERALD POINTE PG, 2nd floor, sailboat access,
1240 CONDOSNILLAS Waterfront furn, Call (734) 522-1452.
FOR RENT Awesome water views. Nicely
furnished, 1 & 2 bedroom PGI, 2/2, furn, WF SB dock,
.condos. Avail 5/1 & 6/1. pool, tennis. 1st fir, beautiful
1/1 Condo Promenades East Restaurant gated, pools, ten- view, non smoker. $1200/

valast & sec 941-255-5712 nis, boat dock. No pets, no mo. until (941)-423-5281
smoking. PGI beautiful quality waterfront
2/1 PGI waterfront condo, 941-575-8247 condo. 3/2/1, den. Enjoy pri-
dock, furnished, no pets, no
smoke. Annual or seasonal. EngI 2BR/2BA, gated communi- vacy andgorgeous canal view
(941)-769-5211 ty in Oak Forest, unfurn., club- from 2nd floor, lanai, free
house, pool, tennis, all appl. incl cable, pool w/ heated spa,
2BR Bayfront Villa, EngI sun- $1,200/mo. June 1st or July tennis, dock on sailboat water,
sets, fum, pool, fum p boat dock, 1st occupancy (847)724-2167 gated. 0/mo)Annual lease
laund, safe, quiet, 1 mth free. Pet ($1950/mo). Avail. June 1.
OK. $895/mo (941)475-7751 FOUNTAIN COURT 513- 505-1202.
Two To Choose From
Airy, sunfilled condo in grow- 2/2 $1300/ mo. PGI, Furnished 2/2 Waterfront
ing PGI area. Brand new- CALL FIVE STAR REALTY Condo, 2nd floor, Venetian
immaculate 2/2/1 + den. 637-6116 Isles, Sailboat access, Pool,
enjoy privacy of 2nd. floor. Tennis, Washer, Dryer. $900.
Many upgrades & finishes. HARBORWALK CONDO mo. No smoking, No pets
Great canal view w/easy gulf 3/2.5 $2000/ mo. Available May November
access. Pool w/hot tub. Won't CALL FIVE STAR REALTY (941)-505-1198
last long. $1,625/mo. annual 637-6116 /
lease. Owner/Realtor (239)- HERITAGE OAKS GOLF & PGI, Luxury Waterfront,
898-0970 CC: 2BR/2BA split, den, 3/2/1. Gated, Tennis, Pool.
Airport Dr. Condo, 2BR/2BA garage, 2 lanais, Over 1st Floor End Unit. Granite
htd. pool, walk to beach All 1600SF. 1st fir,- waterview Counters & Den. $1500. No 1

dates available. $2k-$4k 14th tee. 4 pools, tennis, Pets. Security. (941)-505-
month. Call (502)-523-7873 fine dining, golf. member- 1411
ship incl. furn/Unfurn. PGI waterfront, 2BR/ 2BA, 1st
Bimini Bay Club 2/2 Refur- w/year lease. or a 6 mo. floor condo, furnished, W/D.
bished, Newly Furnished, New Seasonal avail. Boat dock & lift. Avail. now.
Appliances, Ground Floor Cor- 941-232-232-2940 adAA_46. a.. .
50rt-~u, Aic eL


ner Condo. 1st, Last, & Secu-
rity. References, Short Term
Available. $1,200 Furnished
(941)613-2919.Leave Messg.


HERTIAGE OAK PARK-VILLA
2BR/2BA,Split, Den, Lanai &
2CG, Pool & Tennis. 1st, Last
& Sec $1200./mth. 1 year


BIMINI BAY CONDO lease., (941-746-7545 or
1st Fir, 2BR/2BA $725 mo. 270-3004848
App. Fee $125
Professional Realty
743-3636 Lake Suzy Large 2BR/2BA/
Brand new carpet & tile 2/2, 1CG, $1200 mo. No pets, no
2nd floor at Heron Pt. over- smoking. 1st, last & sec.
looks lake, $700. PGI Bud Trayner Realty, P.A.
Mariners Cove 3/2/2, brand (941)-380-8535
new carpet $1400 incl .... ......


water & cable. Realty Manage-
ment (941)-625-3131
BSI brand new targe condo
with your own private elevator,
2+den, 2 car garage. Located
on Golf Course. $1,600/mo.
No smokers/pets. Call Kathy
Hinga, DCR Rental Manage-
ment (941) 628-8855


BURNT STORE MARINA &
PGI with docks, starting at
$950. Anchor Realty Group.
800-898-7353.
,J ,arlorte Harbor, furnished
2 2 conde Crrmpiereily
remodeled, 2nd. floor, min. 6
,..mos,. 'lease, $900 'iT,', ju
smoking/pets(941).3 '? 40 174
DEEP CREEK LARGE
2/2/1.5, cath. ceilings, tile
firs., lanai + patio, 1st., last +
sec. $995/mo, Annual, Pets
negotiable. '(941)-743-0386
or (941) 661-4539. Also 2/2
$895.
DEEP CREEK 2/2, cath.
ceil., tile floors, all apple, 1st.,
last + sec., Ann. $855. (941)
743-0386 (941) 661-4539
Deep Creek, 2/2 Condo 1-fur-
nished $975/mo. 1 unfur-
nished $825/mo. 1st., last +
sec. No pets, (941)-743-3402
DEEP CREEK, 2nd fir. 2/2,
washer, dryer, unfurn., no
pets, $750/mo. 1st, last &
sec. (941)-639-7062.
DEEP CREEK, Bright, newly
renovated, 2/2, pool, tennis,
no pets, $850/mo. 941-625-
6011.


PGI: WATERFRONT 2/2
condo, furnished, W/D, no
pets. 941-639-0679.
Pine Hollow 2/2 Screen
Lanai, pool. Close to sho:
ping & beaches. $1150. p,-r
month. 941-460-9606
Surfside Realty, Inc.
PLACIDA- 2BR/2BA,
furnished, htd pool, 1st floor:
W/D, monthly/seasonal.
No smokers. (941)-473-88r61.


Live here while you build! PT CHAR FURNISHED
Villas of Sabal Trace PT CHAR FURNISHED
2/2/2 with den, Furnished $795/mo Avail 4/15-10/31
941-429-6223 Others To Choose from.
Manasota Key 1BR/1BA, Pelican Property Mgmt., In.:
Apr Nov 15. No pets. Non Lic. Broker 941-232-8223
smoker. Dock on lemon bay
& pool available!!!!! PORT CHARLOTTE,.55+, I t
$800/mo. (231)-587-9129 fir. 2/2, fully furn., W/D, (Oa-
N PORT- Linkside at Sabal Forrest, no pets, $850/r-,:
TNc PORt-idtmm F ik a ann. 1st, last & sec. 1(9L II-
Trace gated comm. Furn., 625-8949 or 941-380-361 -
2/2 overlooking golf or 9130
course. Pool & Covered prkg PROMENADES East 2/2, 3r,j
$1200/mo. 561-628-3265 floor. Lg. screen lanai. Nicel.,
NORTH PORT: Off Toledo furnished. Very clean. Lg. p:,,.
Bl,.de.. 3 2 2 V.ILLA, Brare, Und- rgr- ui. ar. r ig rt
l ew $"i1-,m, TFir4i 8 Sec.,'1000 I 0JU O 41-E2 -9,3
(941)-809-3075 PT. CHARLOTTE- 2BR/2B.A
Oceanfront Condo for rent 2nd floor, W/D, No pets
in Daytona Beach Shores. $725/mo incl. water. Call ir
Beautiful direct view, two info (941)-697-3958,
month minimum, includes
cable, water, and local Punta Gorda $1100 & up
phone line. $2000/ mo. 3/2/1 PGI unfurn'd condo
Call Gary: 941-505-7470 2nd floor no pets 2/2/CP
Deep Creek, unfurn. cond.,
PC, 2Bd/2Ba Villa, near Cul- 2nd floor. (941) 637-6797
tural Ctr. Cat okay., water
incl., Avail. now. $950/mo, Rontonda 2BR/2BA, 2nd
first & last + sec..629-2360 floor, screened lanai, canal
PC 2/2, $975/mo. view, pool, $1,100/mo. 1st
Immediate Occupancy. security (941)626-7158
N/S. N/P. Call Cathy Rotonda BRAND NEW never
941-493-2422 lived in 2/2 condo in Nautr-:.
PG Isles Waterfront 2/2 Trail. Large lania, pool.
All'new decorator furn. Walk $995/mo + deps.
to Fish Vill., 1st fl., Dock, Harborside Property
pool, cov. park No pet/smok. Management 941-697-
$1200/mo 330-715-8000 7077 Lic RE Broker
PGI- LAVISTA CONDO
2/2 Plus Den Advertise in
$1800/mo."
CALL FIVEOSTAR REALTY The Classifieds!
637-6116


1240 CONDOS/VILLAS
FOR RENT

SEASONAL RENTAL-
2bd/2bath 2nd floor condo-
PGI-waterfront-5/1-11/30-
references-1 month rent& 1
month deposit. Utilities NOT
included. Completely' fur-
mished.Deposit will not be
returned until inspection of
premises for damages/inven-
tory & utilities are paid.
$1350.00 per month.
631-445-0954.
Tarpon Bay, Condo. El Jobean
2/2, furri/unfurn, pool & fish-
ing pier $850/mo. incl. water
& cable. N/P (941)-629-2475
PLANTATION G&CC Furn. 2/2
lakeview, pool, no pets/smok-
ing. Avail May 1 semi-annual
or annual. 1st mth & sec. dep.
$975/mo. 941-228-0235
VENICE CAPRI ISLES, Brand
New Condo. 3/2/1,'W/D, scr.
lanai Pool. Golf Course & lake
view. Mins. to beach.
$1200/mo. 941-412-0201
VENICE Capri Isles UNFURN
2BR/2BA CONDO, 1st floor,
w/d, pool, tennis. No pets.
$800/mo. (941-346-7499
VENICE HAMILTON HEIGHTS,
AVAIL 3 UNITS 2BR/1BA
$700/mo. 1st & Dbl sec.
Call for apt. 941-483-1035
VENICE ISLAND CONDO
2BR/2BA Incl water & cable,
unfrun. No pets. $900/mo
lst/last/sec. 941-223-5383
"VENICE ISLAND- 2/2, LANAI.
1st floor, furnished, water
incl. $785/mo.
No pets. (941)-497-6648
VENICE: VILLA LE GRAND
Condo, nr downtown. 2/2
w/den, lanai, 2CG, liv./din.
rm, gorgeous eat-in-kith.
w/new appls. New tile/cpt.
Availl June 1. $1100/mo.
(561)279-6126
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1300 DUPLEXES
FOR RENT

2BR/2BA, New, lovely, in
Deep Creek on Northern Cross
Rd, 1500sf, gar, scrd porch
$850/mo (941)-713-4806
VENICE Island, 2/2, walk to
beach, compl updated, lanai,
carport, W/D, $850/mo.
Ist/Ist. Lease. (941)-378-5419

1320 APARTMENTS
FOR RENT

2 BR, 1 BA, LR, KIT, DR, unfur-
nished, 1st, last, sec. ref,
creidt check, no pets. 941-
637-0123 leave message.
(941)-488-3913
EFFICIENCY FOR RENT ON
ISLAND OF VENICE
CHAR. HARBOR 2/1 on small
lake, new decor, W/D, lease,
no pets. $800/mo. 1st, last &
sec. (941)-743-4663
DOWNTOWN VENICE- 1/BR
unfurnished, walk to beach,
shops. Water incl. No pets.
$550/mo. 484-6022
Englewood/Rotonda 1 Bed
units $550 to $650
per month. No pets.
941-460-9606
Surfside Realty, Inc.


1320 APARTMENTS
FOR RENT

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 PUBUX &WALGREENS
SM. PETS & FAMUES ARE WEL-
COME. 941-473-0450
Accepting Applications!"

ISLAND OF VENICE
2BR apt 1-yr lease. Immed.
occup. No pets.
941-416-5757 or 4164905

ISLAND OF VENICE
LARGE STUDIO S695/MO
NO PETS. 941-483-3418
MANASOTA KEY Apt. 1/1 on
the beach w/porch. $850/
ma. Annual only. Small pets
OK. (941)-625-7121
NORTH PORT 2 bedroom apt.
2nd floor, $800/mo. No pets.
1st, last + $500 sd. (941)-
624-6763,
PUNTA GORDA: 2/2 Nice &
clean, 2nd. floor, no pets. Tile
in kitchen, bath & hallways.
Avail now. 941-628-1029

Advertise Today!


1320 APARTMENTS
FOR RENT

STUDIO RENTALS
Island of Venice $750/Mo.
3 mo min 1st + sec.
incl. elec, water, cable,
Adit Comm 1225 Avenida
Del Circo 941-484-2632

ISLAND CONVENIENCE 2
Br./i Ba. $725/mo. 1st/L
& Deposit. Annuals Pref.
Spacious! (941) 488-5758

1330 HOTEL/MOTEL

ISLAND BREEZE INN
*Island of Venice
*Near the beach
Weekly Rates Starting at
$399.00
Call 941-488-4417

1340 MOBILE HOMES
FOR RENT

Furnished lBr/1Ba
Very clean. 55+ w/pool
Englewood area. Annual or
Monthly ,(941)-662-2060
3B/2B Modular Home 60X28
on 1/2 acres corner lot, 5525
SW Shores Ave Arcadia
$135,000 (863)-993-0409


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(941) 485-9147
800 E. Venice Ave., Venice Fl 34285
website: www.hackworthrealty.com
e-mail: hackworthrealty@verizon.net


1300 DUPLEXES
FOR RENT

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NORTH PORT 2BR 1BA
Completely remodeled.
Centrally located S825 mo
PF'l:. f'i Pro:.ierr., Meimt In.-
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Friday, April 29, 2005, Real Estate Classified


1340 MOBILE HOMES
FOR RENT

55+ Community Englewood 2
Bed Annual $750.00
2 Bed Furnished $850.
941-460-9606
Surfside Realty, Inc.
HARBOR COVE: 55+, no pets.
2BR/1BA, furn., 5 rms, oppo-
site boat basin & clubhouse.
$800mo.+util. 941-423-2124

1350 EFFICIENCIES
FOR RENT

ADJACENT TO BEACH.
Venice Island. Large, Furn.
1 & 2 room Effs. $800/$900
Monthly. 941-485-9602
FLAMINGO MOTEL & APTS.
Cable TV, Pool. No pets.
$49.95 & up. 941-286-6511
or 239-357-3319, 639-7750
NOKOMIS
Apartments
Efficiencies, & Rooms
Starting at $80/week.
484-2630
S VENICE, priv entrance,
access to W/D, furn, util incl.
$165/wk +dep (9411492-9031
VENICE ISLAND 2BR Apt
$800. & EFF. $575/mo.
incl util & laund rm. 1/2 mi
to beach/Main St. No pets
/smoke.; 941-485-6019

1360 ROOMS
FOR RENT

1 Room, P.C. Area w/kitchen,,
privledges & priv bath. $150
per week 941-629-3363.
CLEAN & SOBER Recovery,
Housing in PC. Men & Women.
If interested in sobriety call


1360 ROOMS 1390 VACATION/SEAS
FOR RENT RENTALS

NORTH PORT/PT. CHAR, ENGLEWOOD MANASOTA KEY
bedroom, private bath, inside TURNKEY 2BR/2BA, BEACH
laundry, swimming pool priv. ACCESS, VIEWS OF LEMON
full house priv. Female. $120 BAY. MONTHLY 941-426-0147
weekly. Utilities included. PGI w/ dock or Burnt Store
(941)-423-9605 Marina. Weekly, Monthly or
PC. Room to rent next Season available.
$150/wk + Dep. Anchor Realty. 800-898-7353
Female/Couples Fine PORT CHARLOTTE $795/MO
941-504-5468 walk to beach, 1/1 furn. apt.
S Queen Bed,. Cable, a/c, util
P.G. 17 N. quiet country cot- nc. NP/NS. (941-276-0136
tage, $70/night. Effic. $60.
night. CHARLEYY DIS- ROTONDA- NEW furn, 2/2/1
COUNTS". (941)-875-0276. condo on lake. No pets.
$2000/mo. Avail Dec 05 -
PC, 2 rooms, share house May 06 (941)-697-7869
kitchen & laundry, $500/mo
furnished or $450/mo unfur- TARPON FISHERMEN AVAIL
nished. Utilities paid. (9411- RENTALS.
766-1928 2/2+POOL. NO BRIDGES TO
GULF.
Room for rent, Furnished 2/2+POOL CAPE HAZE AREA.
w/TV & Cable, Call (941)493- 3/2+POOL, CANAL FRONT
8609 evening hours. Venice MANASOTA KEY HOUSES
Room for Rent w/House & CONDOS'
Priviledges, W/D & utilities BEACH! BAY! POOLS! DOCKS!
included, no drugs, 941-460-9606
$600/mo. (9411447-3549 Surfside Realty, Inc.
S. SARASOTA LG. Room w/ VENICE @ Plantation Golf -&
Priv. ent & bath, fridg, micro, CC 2BR/2BA Villa on Golf
& cable. Very quiet. $475/mo Course N/S, N/P Month to mth
Male pref. (941)-922-2812 (734)330-9521 or (941)492-9832
SOUTH VENICE 1BR/1BA, VENICE EAST AREA- furn. 2/2
laundry room. No pets. N/S. ho~e, large 2 car gar, all until.
Separate entrance. provided. Pets ok. $1600/mo
$450/mo. (941) 496-9109 short term ok Avail. May 1.
941-468-3843
1370 RENTALS TO VENICE ISLAND Condo on
SHARE canal w/2 bath, htd pool on
Gulf. Seasonal at $2400/mo.
2 Br furn. home in PC. Quiet. 941-484-7313
N 'pets, N smoking. Ref's. VENICE ISLAND-Downtown,
$625/mo util. incl. 1st. & last Close to beach. pool,
Avail. 5/1, (941)-223-3848 laundry, Many extras.
Ultimate Venice Resort Park, wkly/mthly Call 483-3014
$140/wk, incl rm, bath, TV,
util, pools, tennis & much 1420 WANTED TO RENT
m ore..941485394


Noel (941) 286-0439
ENGL- 1 single rm furn, prvt 1390 VACATION/SEAS
ent, satellite, a/c, $125/wk RENTALS
incl. all util. 941-698-1089 or
239-464-8336 05'-06' Manasota Key Rentals'
ENGL- private bdrm & private Avail. 2/2 house, furn. w/pool,
bath to share with clean, neat 1BR/1BA furn apt. Bch access.
professional, female. $120/k. Mthly & wkly (9411626-7158
Please call (941)468-1233 AVAIL. GULF BEACHFRONT
Venice Island Condo's Effs.
ENGL. Room for rent, house & lbr Turnkey furn., Pool,
privileges, washer/dryer, utili- Wk/IMo/Ann. 941-485.7967
ties included. $550 monthly trudypage@hotmail.com
941-474-8170
ADJACENT TO BEACH.
ENGLEWOOD: 1 mi. from Venice Island. Large, Furn.
beach, pool, private room and 1 & 2 room Effs. $800/$900
bath in nice home. $100/wk. Monthly. 941-485-9602
Call (941)-473-0378 CONDO ON VENICE BEACH!
No. Eng., close to beach & Beautiful 2BR/2BA with pool.
public dock,, cable, utilities, No Pets/Smoking. 3 mo. min.,
kitchen & laundry privileges. Aug-Oct $3,000 month
$120 wkly. 941-270-1028 Jan-April $3,300 month
NORTH PORT- room for rent 1941)484-2006 after 5pm
extra clean, quiet area-near DISNEY Rent $450, wk.
park. $150/wk Call Barbara Unable to use. Sleeps 6, wk
(941)-228-3677 of 4/30 or 5/7. (941)-625-
1. 414 forinformation


2/1 house, unfurn., clean,
good shape. Start July 1st.
NP/NS, ref's, retired teacher.
Call 941-473-2198. $800

1500 LOTS & ACREAGE

1.20 waterfront lot & .50 lot,
Citrus Co. 1 lot Pt. Char., 4
lots Arcadia, 5 lots P.G. All
$400,000. (941)-255-3530
10 ACRE home site w/lake,
nice oaks,' very private, north-
ern Charlotte County.' $295k
(239)-728-2251
10 ACRES OF PARADISE
PRISTINE & SECLUDED
20 Minutes to Port Charlotte
888-584-5482 ext 7
2 Adj. Pine Valley Lots
$84,900/ea Joe & Sondra
Isgrig RE/MAX Bayside
941-47H-OMES
2 LOTS in Port Charlotte. City
utilities. Great location. $38,
000 ea. or $75.,000 both.
Call for ri'o (772)-285-1699


1500 LOTS & ACREAGE 1500 LOTS & ACREAGE 1500 LOTS & ACREAGE 1515 WATERFRONT 1515 WATERFRONT 1600 BUSINESS FOR
SALE


2005 REDMOND ST., P.C.
beautiful 1/4 acre lot, exc.
location. $32,000. Call Mena,
305-793-00514.
.3+A secluded, wooded, walk
to ElJobean pier & Myakka
River, 95,000. (863)-494-
2601
5 ACRES, Suncoast Estates,
Nova Lane, P.C., cleared,
$550,000. 941-575-1936
6 Contigious lots in Gulf
Cove. 3 Buildable & 3
Scrub jay. Take them all
for $245,400. Jon Bullock
941-815-8449
Gasparilla Properties
Beautiful 5 acre corner lot in
Praire Creek for $190,000.
Call Audrey, Century 21
Aaward (941)-740-0654
3 acres- 2,000sf
garage, coral $319,000
Many others available @
www.sel-fast.com Call
941-475-8282-List
@3.5%
BURNT Store Meadows 251
Royal Poinciana, 80x120+/-
Deed Restricted, water/sewer
$92,500. 941-637-6031


BY OWNER P.G. LOTS
mobile home or house
easy access Rt. 41,21-75
Call (910) 326-6298
CONDO LOT FOR SALE
Deep Creek, Punta Gorda, FL
High density lot for 3 condos.
Investors special' at $135K,
better value than STK MKT.
(561)-202-5050

DESIRABLE AREA
Multi family lots on Peace
River Shores Rd. Can be
purchased together
or separately.
Call Irma Wilcoxin
(941)-625-4193 or
(941)-639-7870

BUILDER'S TAKE NOTE
Double lots w/ City water,
-close 'to everything
on Baird St. P.C.
Call Debbye Fitzpatrick
941-268-6030
ERA Randol Realty, Inc.
Englewood Dbl lots. Water
& Sewer. Survey &
Cleared. $45k ea,
TeryLong 475-1311
RE/MAX Bayside
ESTATE ;LAND SALE, Engle-
wood, Florida, 7.5 acres,
divided into 5 parcels, zoned
R2. 500 ft on Manasota Beach
Rd. west of SR776. Mary Ann
Shockley, 305-338-8378.
Coldwell Banker Real Estate.
Web site
orliren-mianlihOT, coM


GULF COVE, 3 adjoining lots,
$50K each, on Gulfport Terr.
No scrub Jays. (941-661-7370
Gulf Cove w/Community
Boat Ramp. (5) Scrub J
lots. $18,000 $29,000
each. Invest today for
tomorrow! Terry Long
941-475-1311
RE/MAX Bayside.
Harbor Oaks, 2 water &
sewer lots 100x125 each,
beautiful gated community
w/sidewalks, curbs, family
friendly, great neighbors, just
as a neighborhood should be.
941-743-6222
I'LL SELL YOUR LOT
IN 90 DAYS OR I'LL
SELL IT FOR FREE!
ART BROSLAT
941-661-2577
RE/MAX Palm Realty


LOOKING FOR THE
NEXT NEW AREA TO
INVEST IN LOTS?

www.SunStylesLots.com

(954)-328-1010
(954)-605-6407

Lot with water /sewer, Burnt
Store Village 9440sq', 16077
Coruna Ct. Paved Road.
Call 941-629-3174
M ulliFji L,:,r FI:',t, i ',fill :
w 'A'j : -e..er il., l... ul:. .1 "
L. Edwards Key Realty,
941474-3228
N. PORT CORNER LOT.
$35,500
No Scrub Jay lots.
Call Ron (941)923-4616.
Nurul Prun uuirauiu


P G I Gulf Access 1.5 lotS on
TURTLE DOVE COVE ROCK CREEK, P C .
1/4+ ACRE Lots 15,500sf. 150' on water.
ON Turtle Dove Cir. Approx. 15 min. to Harbor.
$195,000 (941)-429-0909 $249,900. (941)-276-
3102
P.C. SECTION 15, cleared cor-
ner lot, ~10,000sf, 119 Rose- Gulf Access Port Charlotte,
mary St or 23053 Hammond 449 Cheshire. Price
Ave. $59,900 (440)-829-7371 reduced! $169,900 nego-
tiable. FSBO.239-596-3124
Punta Gorda, 1.25 Acre on
Swiss Blvd Close to Bermont GULF COVE: Sunset View.
Rd. Asking $73,000 Gulf Access. Realtors with
941-380-9212 buyers Welcome. .$345K
obo. Call (703)264-1174
Rebuilding sites available. Res-
ident owned community. River N. Port Waterfront Lot:
Forest Village, Inc. 4300 Rare lot on boating canal
Riverside Drive, Punta .Gorda to lake. Very high and
Florida. 33982 Call or stop by dry. Nice trees. City
for listing. 941-639-3311. Water. Good investment.
$70,000. Ron 923-4616
*TOP TEN BEST BUY*
Lots In North Port PGI Waterfront Lot, 10 min-
Get My Weekly List At utes to harbor, dock, 116 feet
BestNorthPortLots.com on seawall. $425,000. Call
Or Call 941-661-2577 941-575-7161
RE/MAX PALM REALTY PGI waterfront lot with 49 ft.
of seawall and 2 year old
TROPICAL GULF ACRES, 10 dock. Great westward view
buildable lots, Up & coming down canal. $389,000 Cash.
area. 80'x125' $30,000. ea. See Lindsay, Coldwell Banker
(772)-528-4198 Res. R.E. 941-380-4277
Vacant land for sale? We'll Port Charlotte 365 Severin
make you an All CASH offer! Road, direct water access lot,
Close in 15 days or less. We huge harbor views, 95 x 145
are not Real-Estate agents. x 97x 122, $1,135,000.
Call Troy at 301-385-2469 Owner/Agent 239- 777-5223
Vacant Residential Land,
5481 White Ave. in Gulf Cove '"
< 1/2 acre, short drive to
beaches, $39,000. 12112
Gordon Ave in Gulf Cove 80' X
125', $80,000. 79 Atwater .
St. in Port Charlotte, 80' .X FuRT CHARL'iTTE ip ,:,
125', $36,000. Contact Weber Terr. 190' on water,
Shauna L. Platt, CENTURY. 21 17,360 sf. seawalled, dock,
Almar & Associates, Punta cleared lot, water/sewer.
Gorda, 1941) 637-7621. $429K 941-661-8884 cell.
www.shaunalplatt.net .


North Port desirable
corner lot $45,000. Want to buy buildable residen-
Roxanne Moore, Prudential tial lot. No agents. Call 860)-
Village Realty 941-626-3926 267-9903 or email to:
NORTH PORT (3) lots 7, 8 & 9 wlodarczyk@netzero.net
Worthsmith, 1/4 acre adjoin-
ing lots, city water 1515 WATERFRONT
$54,000/ea. (215)-924-2224
NORTH PORT, 1 lot on
Simkins $51,000. 1 lot Juilnar N.W. PORT CHARLOTTE
St. $55,000. 2 lots on Nahko- SALTWATER GULF ACCESS
da St. $105,000/both. Home- PRIME AREA OF NEW
Town R.E. 941-539-3186 construction & estate
swamplandmn.coR.E. 941-539-3186 homes. Just a few'min-
swamandman.co utes to the Myakka River,
North Port lot in area of new just past the Hunt Estate.
homes, $39,900. Call. Rox- $189,650. Dan @ Barker
anne Moore, Prudential Village Realty &Mngt941-661-7448
Realty, 941- 626-3926
Deep Water Rivera
NORTH PORT LOTS Lagoons 120X85 Sailboat
FOR SALE $28-$45K Water 90' Wide Canal,
941-545-3981 $235,000 710 Delray PI,
941-412-1429 PG FL, 505-8749
ENGLEWOOD, power boat lot,
OVERSIZED CORNER LOT 10 mins. to Gulf .of Mexico.
12265 Xavier Ave. City wtr & swr. 80x125,
$52,500(941)697-5742 .265 000 9418151029,


iiver Front community, tanal
Front Homesites, No Bridge to
ICS. Starting'at $224,900.
Utopia Comm. RIty. 941- 575-
7111.
SAILBOAT saltwater lots avail.
Literally seconds to the
river/ harbor. $329,000 to
$429,000. Call 561-313-
1971. Owner/Agent


SALTWATER, 2 LOTS, 1/2
acre +/- 86' on water, located
in Peace River Shores,
$155,000 both. Call Holden
(941)-628-5475 Owner/Agent
South Gulf Cove, beautiful PC.
area, 12 gulf access lots
including tips. Will sell cheap.
561-306-0246.
*TOP TEN BEST BUY*
Lots In South Gulf Cove
Get My Weekly List At
BestSouthGulfCoveLofs.com
Or Call 941-661-2577
RE/MAX PALM REALTY
VACANT MYAKKA Riverfront
acreage in small deeded com-
munity. Multi million $ homes
all around. Inc dock permit.
$2.1M 239-940-3200 Owner
Agent

1600 BUSINESS FOR
SALE

$29,900 Buys you a small
used book business w/
proven track record & room
for expansion. (941)391-
1200 Dorothy Webb, Coldwell
Banker Sunstar Realty


PT. CHARLOTTE
RESTAURANT
Well Established, Exc loc,
Hi-Income, Sale incl. Busi-
ness, building, & land.
Seats 150. Parking 80
cars. Call InvestorsChoice
Nelson Team 941-
661-7817 or 661-7820

RESTAURANT
Free Standing Building.
Plenty of parking. Very
established business. 80O
seats, Room for expan- '-
sion. $775.000.
Fred Smith Realty, Inc.
(941)-475-5686
Tanning Salon & Spa for
sale. 11 private rooms,
totally 1,860sf, services
include tanning, airbrush
tanning, massage therapy,
manicures & pedicures.
Potential for Esthetician.
All contents included.
Located in an active strip
mall w/a client database
of 3,000. Contact Owner
at (941)380-9290


Arcadia, shopping center VAN MOUNTED CARPET &
40,000 sq. ft., new roof, FURNITURE STEAM CLEANER.
Hwy. 70 E. $1.5M. Some Low hrs, exc cond. Health
owner finance. 863-494- reason for selling. (941)-697-
6511 or cell 863-990-6131 7136 or (941)-475-6196
BEAUTY SALON, Long Estab- VENDING ROUTE, Est. w/20+
lished, exc. location and clien- machines. Add'l machs. incl.
tele. Call for details. Turnkey cash flow, small
$79,900.,Marybeth Wilson, investment. (941)-426-2051
Preferred Properties Realtors WANTED TO BUY Gas Sta-
(941)-484-6279 tion C-Store, Charlotte/Lee
BUY/SELL/VALUATIONS County Area. Call Rick or Pam
www.vrfla.biz (941)-639-3372
941-627-5565

IgoUS 1610 BUSINESS
RENTALS
NAIL/SKIN or Hair Salon. Long
es~abliheJd, low rent. Only GREAT VENICE RENTAL
$39,900C. Call for details Pre- LOCATION, Federal Square
ferted Properties Realtors Plaza. Near new Lowes.
(9411484-6279 1000+ SF (941-485-8802
ENGLEWOOD RESTAURANT
FOR SALE
Fantistic opportunity. Very
reasonable. 19411-4685299


_.LORRAINE PALAZZI-
, & ASSOCIATES, INC.

( Beautiful Cape Cod Oceanfront)
'" ,, Deeded Timeshare
SSee the fall foliage at Ocean Club
E -.B on Smuggler's Beach. Cape Cod.
2BR. 2BA, fireplace. Jacuzzi in
lI.BR. glassed in healed pool.
Lorraine Palazzi fimess room Near eserytLung.
Broker-Owner $10,000. Owner/Broker 2
(941) 223-8613,

PROFSSIOAL SRVIE EGOTABLEFEE


wviding exceptional service


for over 30 years.



SRichard Bradway


& Associates, Inc. Realtors
211 S. Nokomis Ave Venice, FL 34285

941-412-3323

Toll Free. 877-412-3323


CASEY KEY GULF TO BAY!!...Take advantage
of spectacular Gulf views fron- multiple levels
of open decking in this magnificent 5 bedroom,
5 bath beachfront residence. .Perfect for
entertaining with soaring, paneled ceiling
family room & an open plan. allowing full
advantage of spectacular sunsets! Double
entry doors open to spacious rooms iS a
panoramic view unsurpassed anywhere on the
Key. Walk right onto the beach or just steps
away from boat dock with two lifts on a
protected cove...direct access to Intracoastal
waters & the Gulf. Features too numerous to
list. $4,250,000. #451475.
Call Patty Wheeler 809-8430.


CIRCA 1916...ORIGINAL HIGEL FAMILY HOME.
Only one block to the beach! Over 2,200 square
feet of warm history, with many original features.
yet updated to appeal to today's homeowner.
Spacious 3 bedroom with formal dining room
;,and roomy kitchen. .Hardwood floors are
original...but 'new electrical/plumbingAC.
Imagine living in early Venice from your covered
front porch or landscaped courtyard. Detached 2
car garage has second floor unfurnished studio.
Limitless .possibilities for this unique, Island
historical 2 story home that joins nostalgia with
contemporary Venice. Walk to the Jetties or
downtown shopping, banking & dining
$679,500. #465920.
Call (heryl Worthington 223-6471.


Fino Uambo' im Gauvreau-Wallace
716-4308 321-7229


OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY 1 3
130 RIO TERRA
BELLAGIO...ON VENICE ISLAND...Enter the gate into a beautiful &
private pool area and private guest suite. Follow the pool deck to
the main house, also open to the pool allowing for an Italian villa
ambiance. ,Floor plan allows spacious living area with granite
countered kitchen/eat-in bar opening to "Great Room" ...perfect for
entertaiinng. Spacious 3 bedrooms, 3 baths with countless unique,
decorator appointments. Roomy 2 car garage makes this
maintenance free residence the perfect Island getaway $615,000.
#464717. '
Call Joan Lino 416-0140.


BLACKBURN HARBOR...Plenty of dockage available!! Did
you think finding a luxury residence...great location...AND
boat dock access to the gulf affordably priced...was impossible
to find? You've found it! Over2,100 sq. ft. of living area in
this quality built 2BR/2BA condo plus 2 car attached garage
with water view. Blackburn Harbor offers heated pool,
clubhouse & tennis. Boat dock available $609,000.
#459309. Call Richard Bradway 809-8431.


HOMESITES
HOME SITE...HAVANA HEIGHTS...NOKOMIS...t.,' Wetr
stylI: ::'mmuniJr, T io loi t,-_r 'Id as one hor,,:, e :ii
BUild, ,,r- Il f r rvu ii5.ll r,,mrr's o:n.rci ner laid 1 ,ril
ClC,. Ir t. :i ,r n] far r ,'.'. l O 1 re,,,; Appr',,lffl.a '
dirrn,:ri -,,i, 10 3 50.i.1 ? $265.000. '#463803.
Call lane Irene 321-4835.
BUILDING SITE...SAWGRASS!! G.a l- ,-:mmurl'vlt Lorg
lat.& ar-d o1 ,l -:'-:w %: .nie..'S liit, Ir,1n- picitiu pe.rl nci i)ii'
building, ;i. in pr- iloOuj gq ll ,-:'rrimmurniir Sa'd.viI..a.
am..rii r mir.:lud i lut.Tiij'u ..v h lnir ..s. c nrI r healed
poc1i h'or uw ,i:'u .rii i pla a ir i urnd -,r ri 'r en iv:
sh.on-irr .nr eacri l $359.700. #460693.
Call laura Bennawy 416-3132.
9211 PINE COVE DR. ENGLEWOOD WATERFRONT
Beautiful 112X100 canal front lot with 100 feet of
seawall...just minutes to Lemon Bay and 5 minutes to
Stump Pass. No fixed bridges to the Gulfl Water and
sewer...homesite is rich with oaks. See for yourself: Take
775 (Placida Rd.) to Griggs, left on Seashell, right on Pine
Cove. Homesite is on the right. $695,000. #466072..


SOUTH VENICE...Ready to move into Charming 2
bedroom, 2 bath with oversized one car garage, on a
100X120 lot. 'Private backyard...desirable 'southern
exposure. Newer features include roof & windows. Over
1,600 sq. ft. of affordable Florida living) Excellent location
is a bonus $219,900. #467766.
Bradway/Wheeler 809-8430.


ISLAND...Great central ISLAND LOCATION within walking
distance of Venice Beach, downtown shopping & year
'round Venice ambiancel Older, but nice 2/2 being sold "as
is".. highlight of property is the size of the property -
70X130! Ned roof in 2003 & large lanail $449,000.
#469052.
Bradway/Wheeler 809-8430.


b fU lII V IIILt ... 1UI, r'-Iira -IIUI ,' 0.'I VU .' : J 1 U', '
years old, this 3BR, 2BA is Ihe pertecl reason nol lo bother
waiting to build. This Home has it alli Custom designed
with Great Room, eat-in kitchen, screened lanai...wood deck
off kitchen overlooks privacy fenced backyard. It's your
own slice of paradise Cathedral ceilings add to the open
plan. Close to everything Join Civic Association for only
$70/year and enjoy ferry to unspoiled South Venice beach.
$242,900. #467948.
Call Kim Gauvreau-Wallace 321-7229.


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


Page 7


Richard Bradway
Former Owner of
Bradway, Moore & Associates, Inc.


Laura Bennawy
416-3132


Cheryl Worthington
223-6471


Pam Cameron
716-3838


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Friday, April 29, 2005, Real Estate Classified


1610 BUSINESS
RENTALS

PORT CHARLOTTE
EXECUTIVE OFFICE SUITES
Recepoonist, all util.
& other support svcs
Omni Executive Center
4055 TAMIAMI TRAIL
Across From Bob Evans
Call Marj or Jan
*627-9755*
PRIME OFFICE SPACE avail-
able at Charlotte County Air-
port hangar. Newly renovated
building, available May 1st.
For rental information contact
Kathy, (941-639-6677
Upscale Interior office for pro-
fessional use.Wall-to-wall clos-
ets. Veterans Professional
Plaza 200+SF. 941-764-9241
VENICE
OFFICE/WAREHOUSE
4800sf will divide.
941-485-1119

1620 COMMERJ
INDUST. PROP.

Arcadia, shopping center,
40,000 sq. ft., new roof,
Hwy. 70 E. $1.5M. Some
owner finance. 863-494-
6511 or cell 863-990-6131
NEW OFC/WHSE FOR SALE
1750SF & UP, OWN/INVEST
175/JACARANDA
175/FRUITVILLE
(941) 486-4264
US 41 8,600sf building
includes extra commercial lot,
rental space income, exc.
location. Owner may lease
back. $2.2 million Mary Beth
Wilson, Preferred Properties
Realtor, 941-484-6279







For immediate
occupancy !!!!
1,200 SF. 3,400 SF.
Professional/Medical
space, Pt. Charlotte.
Ron Struthers. PA, CCIM
RE/MAX Properties
(941) 769-3316
.North Port NEW Office &
Retail. 1,000-5,000sf for sale
or lease at Bobcat Square.
Fall occupancy.
Incentive pricing available.
Call Karl at (941)429-5969.


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2035 Musical
2040 Restaurant/Hotel
2050 Skilled Trades D
2060 Management
2070 Sales t
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Check the Classifieds first!
A whole marketplace of
shopping is right at your fin-
gertips! Call The Sun
today.
Charlotte: 206-1200 u
Englewood: 475-2200 Ir
Desoto: 494-7600 M
Venice and North Port:
207-1200 g


2000


EMPLOYMENT



SUNfA


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


2010 PROFESSIONAL

4/29/05
Accounting: Busy. Punta Gorda
office seeks self-starter with
experience in A/P and A/R.
Fax resume to 941- 575-7968
Administrative Assistant for
busy real estate office. 40 hr/
week with benefits. Must have
computer skills, good tele-
phone skills and ability to multi
task. Send fax to 206-2029.
AutoCAD Drafting. Candidate
must know AutoCAD 2004
with preferred 5 years experi-
ence in surveying and LDD.
Competitive pay and benefits.
Morris-Depew Associates,. Ft.
Myers. Fax resume to 239-
337-3994 or email
resume@m-da.com.
CIVIL Eng. Firm in Port Char-
otte seeking a motivated full-
time Accounting Clerk for a
fast paced environment. Exp.
with all aspects of Accounts
Receivable, multi-line phone
system, Word, Excel, Outlook.
Benefits available.Fax resume
to (941)- 766-1488 or E-mail
:o jgerace@aesfl.com
Construction & Design office
seeking DRAFTS PERSON
with Cadd experience. Send
esume to: Celico Custom
Builders, 1312 Market Circle,
Unit 2, Pt. Charlotte, FL
33953 for appointment.
COPIER TECH needed. Will
rain. Some heavy lifting
required. Please call 625-"
7789 to set up interview.
Customer Interface & Driver
Dispatcher Position: Requires
a positive, people oriented,
ake charge individual capable
of thriving in a dynamic multi-
asking environment. The can-
lidate will have.a strong com-
mand of telecommunications
techniques and be computer
terate. Bilingual in Spanish is
necessary. We will gladly train
he right person for this
areer opportunity. Apply in
person: Young Trucking,
2164 Tamiami Trail, Punta
Gorda. (941)-637-3723


2010 PROFESSIONAL 2010 PROFESSIONAL 2010 PROFESSIONAL 2020 CLERICAL/OFFICE 2020 CLERICAL/OFFICE 2020 CLERICAL/OFFICE 2020 CLERICAL/OFFICE


DESIGN TECHNICIAN for LICENSED INSURANCE
Charlotte County Truss AGENT
MFG. Will train someone AAA Insurance Agency. Has an
with construction or truss opening for a licensed 220
bldg exp. Spanish & Eng- agent with at least 2 years
lish needed. Starting pay insurance sales experience.
according to abilitywith Qualifications for this position
excellent opportunity for are: Demonstrated Sales abili-
growth. Looking for an indi- ty, professional appearance
vidual who desires a mar- and good communication
ketable skill, is willing to skills. We offer an excellent
learn & who works well with bonus compensation plan,
a team. Must be reliable, plus salary. We also offer a full
Call Teri at benefit package to include:
941-698-0855 for more Vacation, Medical, Dental,
info or to apply. Pension, 401(k), and many
other fringe benefits. Applica-
ESTABLISHED LAW FIRM in tions accepted in our lobby
Punta Gorda has opening for 8:30-5:30 Mon.-Fri., 9-1 Satur-
full time position, Mon. Fri., day. Or fax resume to 941-
8:30 a.m.- 5:00 p.m.: 624-3797 Attn: Sylvia
Real Estate Department Mitchell, or send resume to
seeks closer w/experience in 21229-A Olean Blvd., Pt. Char-
preparing and processing lotte, FL 33952.
closing documents.
To be considered send NAIL TECHNICANS & MAS-
resume by FAX (941) 639- SAGE THERAPIST w/exp
2197 or mail to 990 W. Mari- needed for expanding day spa
on Ave., Suite 201, Punta in S. Venice (941)-426-6587
Gorda, FL 33950.
Probate Processor opening
FT/PT Licensed Real Estate in Punta Gorda Law Firm.
person as Broker Assistant, Knowledge of estate planning,
Salary based on Experienced guardianship, or probate
Fax resume to 863/494-2805 required. Good computer
Aft: Kathy skills a must. Seeking depend-
able, intelligent person able to
Full charge experienced book- work independently. Send
keeper for busy CPA firm resume to Legal Administra-
degree helpful. M-F, 8:30 5, tor, 99 Nesbit Street, Punta
benefits & 401K. Mail resume Gorda, FL 33950.
to: Charlotte Sun, 23170 Har-
borview Rd. Box L, Charlotte Property Mgr Growing mgt
Harbor, FL 33980. company seeks licensed CAM
for multiple associations in
HAIR STYLIST wanted for a Charlotte Co. Fax resume to
retirement facility. Call Donna 941-575-7968.
after 5:30, 627-4953.
PURCHASING AGENT
HAIR STYLIST & needed for Homebuilder.
NAIL TECH for upscale Constr. and Comp. exp. a
Salon Spa in Osprey. must. Knowledge of Sarasota
(941)-416-5707 or 9184380 and Charlotte Cnty. areas
req. Fax resume to Purch.
HAIRDRESSER needed FT Mgr. at 561-792-7813 or
for busy salon. Following help- mail to RJM Homes, Inc.
ful. Please call (941)-629- 6917 Vista Pkwy. N. Ste. #2,
4165. W.P.B., FL 33411-2708
HARISTYLIST-MANICURIST- EOE, DFWP
PEDICURIST, F/T, P/T, Expe- REAL ESTATE APPRAISER,
rience preferred. Benefits $1000 Sign on bonus.
available. (941) 575-6363 Certified only- for Southern
INTERIOR DESIGNER Sarasota County and Char-
.lotte Cty. High fee split. Office
Looking for a person with support, growth opportunity.
eclectic style, confidence in Local High tech office.
their work and is well traveled, Fax 941-927-3671 or e-mail:
10 yrs. exp./degree a plus. aoDraisal@oconnoraDDraisers.com
(941)-875-0128
Real Estate Closing
Processor. Person needed in
Punta Gorda law office to pre-
N-Cr pare documents for residen-
Auto Club South tial real estate closings. Work-
UCENSED ing knowledge -of Word,
44 or A22 TGT, I Microsoft Office and other
440 22 Asoftware necessary. Will train
Agents needed for on closing software and pro-
expansion of our insur- cedures. Good people-skills
ance department in required. Fax resume to Ms.
Venice. Qualifications for Webb at 639-0028 for consid-
this position are a 4-40 eration.
or-2-20 license, demon- 'RETIRED/SEMI RETIREF
strated sales ability, pro- ,:' iTITUSL ENGINEER
fessional appearance II_ )ED ,: work r e.,.
and good communica- denial Insurance Survey Co.
tion and marketing skills. for Windstorm Mitigation
Excellent benefit pack- Inspections. Part time.
age including health, Contact joel@spds.us
dental, pension, 401k, (941)486-1976 2
bonus program and
many other fringe bene- STYLIST TO JOIN VICKY'S, a
fits. Opportunity for Paul Mitchell Signature Salon.
career advancement All (941)-505-1011 F
inquiries will be kept con- F
fidential. Fax resume to: STYLIST/ NAIL TECH FT/PT 1
AAA Auto Club South Newly remodeled shop in
Nina Heath Engl. Some clientele desired
Insurance Manager 474-6006 cell 941-716-6844
Fax: 941-493-5842
TEACHING POSITIONS AVAIL.
LICENSED AGENTS Math & science, 6-12th grade,
95k plus Commission Bookkeeper FT/PT, Secretary
Mutual of Omaha, Call FT/PT, please call 941-235-
Carl 800-578-5238 2112 for more info
ext. 239, EOC


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TEACHING positions avail-
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year at Community Christian
School in Pt. Charlotte. Ele-
mentary through 6th grade.
7th to 12th grade: Bible, Sci-
ence & Spanish for those
grades. GUIDANCE COUN-
SELOR, MUSIC, JOURNAL-
ISM, ART, ATHLETIC
DIRECTOR, COACHING
opportunities. (941)-625-
8977

THEATER MANAGER, FT,
schedule shows, manage box
office, work with volunteers.
Send resume to: Attn: Direc-
tor, PO Box 495129, Pt. Char-
lotte, FL 33949.


A&S DECORATORS
WINDOW COVERING
DECORATORS
For Busy Hi-Volume
Well Established
37 Year Old Drape,
Shutter & Blind Business
Phone 941-485-8844

2015 BANKING


BRANCH
MANAGER
Peninsula Bank, a rapidly
growing commercial bank
has an immediate opening
for a Branch Manager at
our Englewood Branch.
Must have minimum 2 yrs
banking exp as bank man-
ager, strong business
development and branch
operational skills. EOE
Please Email resume
along with salary
requirements:
hr@peninsulabank.com


PENINSULA BANK
HAS THE FOLLOW-
ING POSITIONS
OPEN AT OUR
ENGLEWOOD
OFFICE:

LOAN SERVICING
SPECIALIST, PT
P/T, 30 hrs per week,
Must be proficient in Word,
Excel, & Internet. Must
have knowledge of com-
mercial real estate/con-
struction & consumer loan
documentation. Knowl-
edge of property insur-
ance, financial statements
beneficial.

ACCOUNTING
SPECIALIST
with experience in account-
ing analysis and general
accounting with at least 2
years banking experience
in back office Looking for
versatile individual for a
fast-paced environment.
Must be organized and
accurate' with extensive
MS Excel and Word experi-
ence. Supervisory skills,
Financial/Regulatory
reporting a plus.

DATA ENTRY -
WIRE TRANSFER
SPECIALIST
Must possess, excellent
data entry skill. Speed &
accuracy is required.
Bank exp not required.
Must enjoy a fast paced
environment.
EOE ..
Please fax to:
(9411-629-8409 or
Email to: '
hr@peninsulabank.com


2020 CLERICAL/OFFICE

A GIRL FRIDAY, F/T, $10/hr.
start. $12/hr after 30 days.
Fax resume, South Venice,
941-493-2518

A leader in the citrus pro-
duction industry is looking
for a qualified applicant for
a data entry/clerical posi-
tion at our grove location 8
miles east of Arcadia.
Responsibilities will include
Accounts Payable,
Accounts Receivable,
Human Resources and var-
ious other clerical duties.
Qualified candidates must
have excellent organiza-
tional and data processing
skills as well as strong
working knowledge of Win-
dows-based programs.
Compensation and bene-
fits based on qualifications
and experience. Fax
resume to: (863) 494-.
2655. Email resume to:
gwhite@sunletter.com
A Drugfree Workplace


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with Classified!


Administrative Assistant for
a busy Port Charlotte busi-
ness brokerage. Req'd:
Mature, self-starter, proficient
using MS-Office (inc. Excel
and Power Point), Publisher
(or similar), Photo Shop (or
similar) with excellent tele-
phone skills, spoken and writ-
ten English. Pluses: experi-'
ence using ACT and Mail-
Merge or a Florida RE license.
Fax resume to: (941) 627-
4705 or email:
pam@vrfla.biz
AR/ADMINISTRATIVE Assis-
tant. Fax resumes to 941-629-
9409.
ASSISTANT FOR
REAL ESTATE OFFICE.
Must be computer literate
and proficient in web main-
tenance, real estate pro-.
grams, closing and general
real estate operations.
License helpful, but will
consider experienced
assistant. We specialize in
South County properties.
New office location,
U.S. 41, Nokomis.
Estate Brokers of Florida,
fax resume 941-966-7629
ASSISTANT TO BROKER.
Must have FL Real Estate Lic.
Must be able to multi task,
for busy sales & rental office.
Fax resume & Requirements
to 941-473-8757

BOOKKEEPER
Must be Proficient in
Peachtree & Microsoft
Office.
Phone 941-468-9204

BOOKKEEPER Full Time posi-
tion. Quick Books Pro. & Excel
are used here. Good pay &
health insurance. DFWP Mar-
ble Works, (941)429-8500 or
fax resume to'(941)429-8515
BOOKKEEPER needed F/T
experienced. Must have
auditing experience.
Excellent pay & benefits
available. Fill out applica-
tion at www.piknrun.com or
call (941)-882-4015.
Bookkeeper/Admin. Asst. &
Receptionist positions in
Venice. Office & computer
skills needed. Fax resume to
Andie at (941)485-8706.
CLERICAL/CASHIER for Pro-
bation Office. Experience pre-
ferred. Will train. Apply in per-
son: 2210 Tamiami Trail S.,
Suite 4, Venice.
Closing Coordinator. Real
estate background preferred,
computer experience needed
in Venice office. Fax resume to
George at (941)485-8706.

A&S DECORATORS
CUSTOMER SERVICE
POSITIONS
For Busy Hi-Volume
Well Established
37 Year Old Drape,
Shutter & Blind Business
Phone 941-485-8844

ENTRY LEVEL Clerical/Sales
support position. Computer
exp.. Full time. Benefits:
health, 401K. Fax resume to:
941-637-7546
F/T position for Tax Coll. Clerk
in Drivers Lic Div. Must pos-
sess clerical skills & a' gen'l
knowledge of computers,
strong personality & public
relations skills multi task,
Faced paced atmosphere.
Must have HS dip. or GED, Bi
lingual a+ Benefit pkg avail.
NO PHONE CALLS. Pick up
application at Tax Coll. Office
201 E. Oak St. Suite 101
Arcadia. Closing Date 5/3/05
Fast and Furious Reception-
ist/Front Office Staff, Full
Time, for high volume 2 doc-
tor office. Experience a must.
Very pleasant staff and work
environment. Health, Ins., and
401K. Fax resume to: 941-
629-6993.
FRONT DESK PERSON NEEDED
for small subcontracting
company. Organizational and
multiotasking abilities & good
people & telephone skills a
must. Construction experi-.
ence helpful. 941-475-3111


Front desk, PT, medical office. LEGAL SECRETARY needed,
File, sign in, phone, varify exp. in Personal Injury litiga-
Insurance benefits. Mon- tion. Fax resume to 941-766-
Thurs, incl. 2 eves. Mature & 1968 or call 766-0600.
flexible. Fax resume 941426-
9147 or call 941429-6100. LOOKING FOR responisble,
mature, reliable self starter to
FRONT OFFICE answer phones, scheduling
MGR./ASST. SHOP MGR. and general office duties,
for automotive & tire shop. starting at $7.00 Please call
Full Time. Duties include: for more info, (941)-624-5500
billing, bookkeeping, OFFICE / SHIPPING H
answering phones, sched- OFFICE/SHIPPING HELP
uling work, sales of Phones, filing, typing, packing
tires/repairs, distributing boxes, computer a must. QB
work, cleaning & assis- and Excel a plus. Great pay.
tance of everyday func- Fax 941-833-0401 or call
tions of the operation of 941-833-0400.
business. Computer knowl- OFFICE ASST. TRAINEE FOR
edge. a must. Prior cus- Venice office. Telephone &
tomer service work a must. scheduling exp., data entry.
Will train responsible & Call or fax to: 941488-2626
qualified applicants. Apply
in person: Watkins Tire, OFFICE HELP, Part time.
.PC, (941)-255-9299 General office duties.
Call (941)-486-1511
OFFICE/CLERICAL, computer
skills reqd. P/T incl a Sat or Office Help-Part-time.Be able
Sun 12-5pm, no nights. Never to Multi-task, Must pass drug
boring. Apply at: 1250 Us 41 test & background check.
Bypass S. Venice Local Church. Send Resume
6220 Golf Course Blvd, FI
General Office Clerk. Must 33982 or Fax 941-637-1672
know MS Word, Excel, Outlook
and Internet research. Fax
resume to Morris-Depew Asso- Need Cash?
ciates, Ft. Myers at 239-337- Have A *
3994 or email 8 Garage Sale
resume@m-da.com


Part time: Mon, Tues, &
Fri. to answer phones, file
& Misc. office duties for
busy Electrical Contractor.
$8/hr. with potential for full
time & benefits. DFWP. Fax
resume to: (941) 764-
1784 or apply in person
at: Seabreeze Electric,
892 Tamiami Trail, Pt.
Charlotte

Probate Processor opening
in Punta Gorda Law Firm.
Knowledge of estate planning,
guardianship, or probate
required. Good computer
skills a must. Seeking depend-
able, intelligent person able to
work independently. Send
resume to Legal Administra-
tor, 99 Nesbit Street, Punta
Gorda, FL 33950.
Real Estate Closing
Processor. Person needed in
Punta Gorda law office to pre-
pare documents for residen-
tial real estate closings. Work-
ing knowledge of Word,
Microsoft Office and other
software necessary. Will train
on closing software and pro-
cedures. Good people-skills
required. Fax resume to Ms.
Webb at 639-0028 for consid-
eration.


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SUN 2 4 PM. Exquisite pool home 3 842 DAHOON CIRCLE, VENICE -
bed, 2 bath, 2 cg. Lido model on cul-de- OPEN SUN 2 4 PM. Like new 2003 J&J
sac. Impeccably decorated designed for Aruba IV, 3 bed + den, pool home overlooking
entertaining loads of upgrades living, preserve. Crown moldings, superior
dining, separate family, oversized pool & decorabg, lots of built-ins, volume ceilings, +
lanai. $549,900. ++. $575,000.


884 BIRD1 BAY WAY OPEN SUN -
2 4 PM. Great golf course view.
Turnkey furnished beauty, 2 bed, 2 bath
only minutes to beach & downtown.
Community with clubhouse, pools, golf,
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lurnilhed h,,ne Majii uipgrJdes, imwiiiculouWl', mainai.jiined .'BR.BA/
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eir wirranlv included. $399.000. 2-1l3 Man\ upgrade. This home is a
Call Frank Bowman n".ts- see ...$549,00.
941-662-0933 Call Kim Brereton
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Englewood area Super CLEAN
beI u'iitil 4"/2 in gic r Cljrem-rnt
nieilhboi'lhi::'od Ceriirjl he.ti & A/C
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Call Mark L. Baker, .


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HOME" Irom ihe minTrl-n.o \,u icp,
tilioughi ite front doori ihc lIliing ir1a
is open bui co.:'. The I15X2.i Uilit',
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w.]i'jrrantn',ucluded ....... $227,500.
Cl .Call Kathy McCabe -


* Pnndowdy Ave.-Gulf Cove-$35,000.
* Coburn S .......................$37,900.
* Crown Dr.-Englemood -.....$39,000.
* Walerford Ave. .................$44,000.
* Helios Ave. -........................ $44,900.
* Yager Ln. S. Gulf Cone .$60,001.
* Matecumbe S. Gulf Cove $80,000.
* Topeka S. Gulf Coae .....$80f.00.
* Maysil-le S. Gulf (ove ..$99,0010.
* \\lii Dr. LakefronL RMF-10 -.........
$139.900.
* Migue Cir.-S. G. Cowe \\aierfront -
$240,000.
iTo Bu or Sell,
cliheck with your land specialists,
Mark L, Baker 941-587-7363.
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2020 CLERICAL/OFFICE 2030 MEDICAL 2030 MEDICAL 2030 MEDICAL 2030 MEDICAL 2030 MEDICAL 2030 MEDICAL 2030 MEDICAL


RECEPTIONIST F/T "TOP NOTCH" Energetic RN Busy, growing medical prac-
Busy RV Dealership in needed for full time Physician tice in need of part-time
Nokomis has immediate in busy Physician's office. No FRONT DESK Personnel.
opening. Multiple phone nights, no weekends. Benefits Must have medical office
lines, some data entry. included. Fax resume 941- experience, highly motivated
Experience preferred. 629-7729. and work well as a team play-
Weekends required.Please er. please send resume to:
call Karla at (941)966- 2 WEEK CNA TRAINING Gulf Coast Allergy Center, P.O.
call Karia at $300/BOOKS INC. Box 494507, Port Charlotte,

or fax resume to QUALITY HEALTHCARE, FL. 33949-4507.
(941) 966-7421. PORT CHARLOTTE CNA or LPN
Drug Free workplace. TESTING ON SiTE Full Time. Great working
941-625-8933 environment in team oriented
RECEPTIONIST NEEDED for private office. Front office
fast paced construction cor- Activity Asst. experience a plus. Mail/Deliv-
pany in Port Charlotte. Basic F/T (32 hrs. wk) er resume to: 2484 Caring
computer skills & mult line CNA F/T 11-7 Way, Suite C, Pt. Charlotte,
phones skills a must. Please LPN 11-7 FL 33952 or fax
call (9411-629-8600 or fax
resume to 941-624-6370fax RN Relief Supervisor (941) 505-7928
P/T 3-11 CAREGIVERS & HOMEMAK-
TARY Full time, with comput- CNA/RN/LPN for PRN ERS, must be dependable &

er, telephone, and good orga- Join our deficiency-free flexible. Call Mon.- Fri. 8-5
nizational skills. Must be a self team working in Sarasota's (941) .480-9191 (Venice)
starter. Call 941-627-6562 "Best" retirement community. CAREGIVERS NEEDED!
Choose from either. Alternative Homemaking
Receptionist/ Data Entry Clerk *excellent benefit plan Retirees Welcome All hours
for insurance office located in *Pay in Lieu of Benefits avail. Venice (941)488-2248
Murdock. Group health, 401K, Bay Village Pt. Charlotte (941) 629-1161
exc. working conditions. Fax 8400 Vamo Road, Sarasota, CDA
resume to 639-7374. FL 34231 941-966-5611 State of the art dental facility
RECEPTIONIST/Secpretary Drugfree Workplace seeking a responsible, people
Full Time. Experience a must Arcadia office looking for Full person with excellent commu-
with Word Perfect & Excel. time P.T. with benefits & LMT nication skills to join our team
Excellent Benefits. Drug-Free for outpatient setting. Fax in providing quality care and
Workplace. Start immediately. resumes to: (941) 575-4445 patient comfort.
Call 941-637-8488 or call (941) 505-0009 Gelder-Forster-Davis-Roberts
Call: 941-474-6466 ext.
RESPONSIBLE MULTI-TASKER. 106 Or Fax Resume to
Must be personable & 941-473-9351
. focused. Punta Gorda. Will 941-473-9351 F
train (DFWP) (94unta Gorda. Will 505-1066 A A A A A Clinical Supervisor: FT. RN
train (DFP) (941-505-1066 ATTN: HEALTH CARE with supervisory and physician
Sandhill Gardens ALF PROFESSIONALS office experience. Strong
needs Receptionist. Immediate openings for: leadership and excellent cus-
Computer literate. *RNs (QA) *LPNs tomer service skills a must.
Call between 9 & 4. *PTs *OTs *HHAs Competitive pay and benefits.
(941)-764-6577 *Community Send resume to Jan at 19531
Secretary/BookkeeperEducator Toledo Blade Blvd., Port Char-
Secretary/Bookkeeper *Data Entry lotte,FL 33948 or Fax to 941-
Quickbooks experience, FT. M- 235-3421.
F 84:30 (941)-484-7376 for: Charlotte, Sarasota,
& DeSoto Counties.
SECRETARY/RECEPTION- 1-(877)-285-1722 ATTENTION
IST, for small civil @ Sunrise Home Health CNA'S/HHA'S
litigation/family law firm. Sub- A AAAAAAA WE HAVE WORK!
mit or deliver resume to
Office Manager, 18501 Englewood Home Health
Murdock Circle, Ste. 304, 941-474-4110
Port Charlotte 33948.
TITLE PROCESSOR/Closer, BON SECOURS PLACE CNA POSITION available
experience, for busy Pt. Char- 18400 Toledo Blade Blvd. immediately for fast paced
lotte title company. Must be Port Charlotte Port Charlotte physicians
organized with great people office. Please call Mon. Fri.,
skills. Please fax resume to LPN 8AM-5PM. 941-629-2079
941-629-4825. 11-7 FULL TIME
for assisted living community. CNA'S All shifts. $500
2025 COMPUTER Voted "Best Assisted Living sign on bonus for FT.
Community." Apply at 18400 Good salary & benefits. Apply
SOFTWARE Technical Toledo Blade., Pt. Char. 766- at Quality Healthcare
Phone Support person. FT. 8900 Center,6940 Pan American
Must have prior experience in Dr, N.Port
support. E-mail resume & BUSY medical practice hasF
salary history to the following openings: Check Courtyard Assisted Living now
jobs@scheduleview.com In, LPN/M A & Monitor Tech. accepting applications for
Benefits include PTO, health Experienced Activities
ins & 401K. Previous medical Director. No phone calls.
Classified = Sales exp. necessary. Fax resume Resumes can be faxed to
to 941- 625-7887. 941-625-6125.


YPRES ARDNS Fast and Furious Reception-
CYPRESS GARDENS ist/Front Office Staff, Full
@ PALMER RANCH Time, for high volume 2 doc-
SNF tor office. Experience a must.
LPNs & CNAs Very pleasant staff and work
Apply in person environment. Health, Ins.,
5111 Palmer Ranch 401K. Fax resume to: 941-
Pkwy. Sarasota. 629-6993.
EOE. FRONT OFFICE, F/T, energen-
NTAL ASSISTANT tic w/superior cust service skills
DENTAL ASSISTANT for check-in, check-out, charge
Experienced for general dental posting. Computer literacy
practice in Venice. reqd. Prior med exp helpful.
Looking for a team player. Fax to: (9411492-4655 OR
Call (941)497-4997 CALL 941-4930311
DENTAL ASSISTANT, Front Office Position, P/T
FT, Immediate, Prestigious immediate opening for an
Islandof Venice office, experienced front desk per-
Fax 484-8851 orcall son. Medical Mgr a must.
(941)484-3551 Call Fran (941)4854858
MENTAL RECEPTIONIST & FRONT Office Receptionist
DENTAL ASSISTANT full or position available for fast
part time. Receptionist needs paced practice. Mon.-Fri.,
to be computer literate. Send 8am-5pm. 941-629-9193.
resume to PO Box 495366
Port Charlotte 33949 HARBORVIEW ACRES ALF
needs caregivers for evening
Dietary Assistant shift 3-9 & nightshift from 10-
Full Time Position 8. Apply in person: 24450
e x bech eule with a i Harborview Rd, or call (941)-
Full Benefit Package 743-7775 btwn9am4pm
Weekend Rotation Req. HHA/ CNA/ Homemakers
needed for immediate place-
JOIN A GREAT ASSISTED ment in Port Charlotte,
LIVING TEAM Arcadia, Venice & Engle-
Apply in person at Bon wood. Competitive wages.
Secours Place 1121 Health plan & 401K available.
Jacaranda Blvd. Venice
For directions call 941- Call today, work tomorrow.
497-1117 Call M-F, 8-4, 941- 764-0880
or 941-480-0880. All Stat
Home Health.
Director of Nursing for
starting Home Health CNA's .
Agency. Fax Resume to We are growing and adding
941/625-2234. positions. Need the
following positions
DOUGLAS T JACOBSON F/T 7-3 & 3-11
State Veterans APPLY IN PERSON:
Nursing Home Heritage Health Care
Part-time Cook/Dietary 1026 Albee Farm Rd.
Aide positions. Flexible Venice 941-484-0425
Hours. Must be able to work
evenings & weekends. LPN needed for busy inva-
Apply in person @ 21281 sive/interventional cardiology
Grayton Terrace, Port Char- practice no weekends -
lotte. Monday Friday. 8:00 salary commensurate
AM to 5:00 PM. with/exp. Fax resume to:
EOE- M- F- DV (941) 629-1737
EXPERIENCED NURSE for LPN CMA OR RMA
very busing growing medical Full time for busy surgical
practice in Englewood. Corn- practice. Must possess exc.
petitive wages & benefits. people skills, work well under
SFax resume (941)475-6032 pressure, be able' to multi
Front Desk Receptionist task and be a team player.
needed for busy cardiology Phlebotomy &/or IV certifica-
practice. Resp. include tion a plus but not req.
answering phones, schedul- Fax resume to 941-486-8841
ing/follow-up with patients. LPN TEAM MEMBER Flexi-
Medic Software exp. a plus. ble hours or F/T pos. avail.
Salary commensurate w/exp. medical office M-F. Exc
Fax resume to: (941) ,629- bene & wage package. Fax
1737 resume to: 941-505-6057.
MASSAGE THERAPIST, lic.
GET RESULTS- or student, part time cover-
USE CLASSIFIED! age hours. Fax resume to
941-627-0696.


MEDICAL RECEPTIONIST
needed for busy OB/GYN
office. Experience preferred.
please fax resume to: (941)
625-7123
MEDICAL ASSISTANT/CNA
needed for busy Physician's
office. Fax resume to 941-
629-6999.

Nurse Liasion/
Admissions Directoor
We are searching for an
RN with strong assess-
ment skills to lead our
admissions team. The
successful candidate will
be a self-starter who is
motivated to succeed.
Long Term Care experi-
ence and a thorough
knowledge of
Medicare/Medicaid and
insurances would be a
plus. Salary commensu-
rate with experience.
Excellent benefits. Please-
contact: Gray Kilpatrick -
Administrator, HQM of
Port Charlotte, 4033
Beaver Lane, Pt. Char-
lotte, FL 33952
(941)-625-3200


11PM 7AM
LPN'S & RN'S

F/T ACTIVITIES
DIRECTOR
**'* **** ******
REHAB DEPT.
COTA PART TME
PTA FULL TIME
PT/OT

DIETARY COOKS
DIETARY AIDES

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

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


Office Nurse- FT.
LPN/MA/CMA. Office experi-
ence required. Excellent-work-
ing environment, competitive
pay and benefits. Send
resume to Jan at 19531 Tole-
do Blade Blvd., PC 33948 or
fax to 941-766-7999 DFWP
Operations Supervisor: FT.
Supervisory and physician
office experience required
with strong knowledge bas of
front office, check-in/out,
billing and insurance. Strong
leadership and excellent cus-
tomer service skills a must.
Competitive pay and benefits.
Send resume to Jan at 19531
Toledo Blade Blvd., Port Char-
lotte, FL 33948 or Fax to 941-
235-3421.
PART TIME ENERGETIC Ortho
Assistant needed. Experience
preferred. Will train. Fax
resume to 941-624-5818 for
consideration.
P/T CAREGIVERS needed
for first shift, 6:30 am 2:30
pm, CNA, first aid, CPR, med.
cert. helpful. Apply in person
24949 Sandhill Blvd, Deep
Creek. (941)-764-6577
PHYSICAL THERA-
PIST/PT/PTA
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.

RADIOLOGY TECH
(R.T.)
Fast paced, multi-physi-
cian group located in Port
Charlotte seeking licensed
Radiology Technologist.
Must also provide clinical
assistance. No weekends.
Competitive salary and .
benefit package. .
Call (941) 629-6262

RECEPTIONIST/FRONT Office
P/T position for responsible,
reliable & multi task person
with computer & professional
skills for high volume two
Doctor office. Pleasant staff
& work environment.
Fax resume to 941-475-2066

RESIDENT AIDES for small


Nurse, (LPN) needed in Arca- ALF. Vacation ay 100 Base
di at Manatee County Rural Aa
dia at ae(eount Rubal Ave. E., Venice. 485-0414
Health Service. Must be
licensed and maintain current
CPR certificate. apply in per- Resident Care Coordinator -
son at Manatee Rural Health experience not necessary.
Services Inc. 1707 E. Oak St. Arcadia Oaks ALF
Arcadia, FL. Fax resume to 1013 E. Gibson St.
941-776-4013 E-mail Human- Arcadia, Fl 34266
Resources@MCRHS.org.. 863-993-9760

Classified = Sales


RN's/LPN's FT or
Weekends only. $1,000 sign
on bonus for FT. New salary
structure & great benefits.
Call Renae Butalla, RN
(941-426-8411 or visit at
Quality Healthcare Cen-
ter, 6940 Pan American
Dr. North Port
SENIOR CARE AGENCY look-
ing for responsible kind peo-
pie who enjoy providing care &
companionship to seniors.
Please call 239-425-2701
STATE of FL Residential Juve-
nile Correctional Facility seek-
ing Houseparents (Juvehile
Correction Officers) and Reg-
istered Nurse Supervisor.
Successful completion of
drug/background screenings
req'd. Info: (863) 491-5367
x2252,or apply at:
https://Deoolefirst.mvflorida.c
om Central Region Desoto
County. .AA/EOE/ADA

Vallacare Health Ser-
vices continuing to grow,
is now looking for the fol-
lowing positions:
ARNP
IV Therapy Nurse
.* Operator
P/ Medical Records
Nursing Unit Secretary
Medical A/R Poster
Front Desk
Excellent salaries, great
benefits. EOE.
Please fax resume to:
(941) 575-7755

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Must be caring &
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STERLING HOUSE


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

ASSISTANT/RESTAURANT
MANAGERS 28-38K +
bonus, National Co. Exc.
benefits. Great advancement,
Local. (813)-969-3166
BARTENDERS & SERVERS
needed, HARBOR ALE
HOUSE, Fishermen's village,
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Bartenders Full liquor, exp.
Call 941473-9199 for appt.
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3285 Placida Rd., Englewood


Better Opportunities
Better People

.We are currently hiring for
the following positions:

DRIVERS $10 $15
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INSIDERS SHIFT RUNNERS
Health Benefits -401K

MANAGERS
ASST. MANAGERS
Health, Dental, Life,
Vision Ins., 401K
Vacation-Bonuses-Incentives




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Coral
5999 Southpoint Blvd. -Ft. Myers
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3412 Cleveland Ave. Ft. Myers
3940 Palm Beach Blvd. Ft. Myers
1338 Del Prado Unit 1 Cape Coral
Equal Opportunity Employer


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101 N. Tamiami Trail Nokomis, FL 34275

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

www.PrudentialCascade.com


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Greg Oberlander
A/H 468-1460


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upgrades. $1,345,000. #268464 $950,000. # #273350


DOWNTOWN living with ultimate
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floorresidence. Open floor plan with
bay/city views from every room.
Luxury amenities, pool/spa, theatre,
fitness. $1,349,000. #274455


GULF FRONT 11th floor just listed!
Never before offered. Total renovation
from porcelain floors to wine
cooler..sophisticated beach living at
its best! Call for private showing.
$895,000. #274266


David Thelen
A/H 586-3120


LAKl'JRE, lIULI FRKUiNI NT3/liA 1WMF,
end unit on Siesta w/ carport fishing
pier 2 pools and lanai. Enjoy NICE LOT in North Port in a quiet, GREAT INVESTMENT! Vacant
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Key, Longboat, Lido and city skyline wooded area on constitution Near I- community. Lot is NOT in protected
$899,000. #275558 75 and Price Blvd. $35,000. #269960 scrub jay area. $54,900. #467825


LARGE residential lot 120x100 in 3BR2BA Spanish Med with wood
Souburning fireplace & separate apt. Large'
South Venice, Voluntary homeowners 6lot with lovely courtyard. Perfect
assoc. allows use of boat ramp & home for restoration located in historic
ferry to private beach for low fee. Granada just minutes to Siesta Key.
Scrubjay area. $90,000. #467883 $579,000. #271861


Mike King
A/H 223-7081


Sp'.TWrrOTaAnlEuSGU, luxury nome in
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Mooring available $100. per year. Sarasota's fastest appreciating areas! and storm shutters on cul-de-sac, fixtures, painting, w/landscaping on beach at Casey Key. Annual tenants in
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Cathy Smilovits
A/H 223-3171


HAVE YOU CONSIDERED A
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take bur free on-line, confidential
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I ,
SPACIOUS luxury townhome next
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Townhome has great views of lake
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utility room with full size washer and
dryer. Great Amenities. Truly a


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LOVELY 2BR/2B condo, 2nd FI,
End Unit, Computer Niche with built
in desk & broadband access, Open
Floor Plan, Built 2003, Gated, New
Clubhouse, Gym, Tennis, Resort Style
Pool, Near Downtown. $209,900.


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


Maria Balaz
A/H 780-5723


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A/H 232-8003


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Gary luliano
A/H 223-3141


Wally Turner
A/H 716-1227


Kathy Wood
A/H 486-0400


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2040 RESTAURANT/
HOTEL



18 BON SECOURS PLACE
18400 Toledo Blade Blvd.
Port Charlotte
DISHWASHER
Part Time Flexible
for assisted living community.
Voted "Best Assisted Living
Community." Apply at 18400
Toledo Blade., Pt. Char. 766-
8900
CAP'N AND THE COWBOY
Now hiring, Bartenders,
Hosts, Daytime Servers, Ban-
quet Servers &. Experienced
Line Cooks. Apply in person
2200 Kings Hwy., Maple Leaf
Plaza. Pt. Charlotte.
CAFE/COFFEE HOUSE needs
F/T & P/T servers. Diversified
hrs. Pleasant disposition.
Good comm skills. Will' train.
Apply in person at: 200 Miami
Ave. Venice (941)488-3089
Captain's Table in
Fishermen's Village now
hiring Bartender, Cooks &
Prep, Dishwasher, Bussers,
Runners, Servers.
Call & ask for Pat or Carrie
637-1177 ext 113
CHUBBY'Z 2 Tavern now hir-
ing all positions. Apply M-F,
11am 1pm, ask for Donna or
Melissa. 4109 Tamiami Tr. PC

CONTINENTAL
BREAKFAST
SERVER, P/T

Please apply in person:
BEST WESTERN
AMBASSADOR SUITES
1-75 & Jacaranda
COOK F/T
WAITSTAFF F/T & P/T
DISHWASHER P/T
ATTENTION: Restaurant staff
Tired of the long hours? Sea-
sonal jobs? Are you interested in
F/T employment &
Benefits,or
*Part Time work
*Being home by 8:30PM?
Apply to: BAY VILLAGE
Sarasota's Best
Retirement Community
8400 Vamo Road
Sarasota. 941-966-5611
24 hr. jobline 941-966-8139
Drug-Free,Workplace

Classified = Sales


2040 RESTAURANT/
HOTEL


2040 RESTAURANT/
HOTEL

* COOKS
* DISHWASHERS
* SERVERS
NIGHTS &
WEEKENDS




Old Country Store
Apply in Person
800 Kings Highway
Port Charlotte

DAYS INN
HOUSEKEEPING &
MAINTENANCE
Apply in person:
1941 Tamiami Trail P.C.
HAMPTON INN
BREAKFAST
HOST/HOSTESS
FRONT DESK
NIGHT AUDIT
Apply in person:


2040 RESTAURANT/
HOTEL




*Aftc~onail's

NOW HIRING:
ALL SHIFTS

At All
Charlotte
County Locations:

Also
MAINTENANCE
POSITION
At:
PROMENADES
Location '

PALM ISLAND RESORT
IS IN NEED OF
FULL/PART TIME
HOUSEKEEPERS.
$250.00 Sign on Bonus
After 90 days
Year round work!!


24480 Sandhill Blvd. P.C. HOUSEKEEPING r, plia ble t & c-.. rielu
HOLIDAY INN ber-labe coriue,
H LDYt ious, wor' so-me week-
EXPRESS HOUSEKEEPER full time ends, Beach view
FRONT DESK alternating weekends. atmosphere!
NIGHT AUDIT Good work environment, CALL 941-697-0911
Apply in person: benefits available.
24440 Sandhill Blvd. P.C. Please apply in person. PIES & PLATES seeks ener-
-BEST WESTERN getic staff for espresso bar
DIETARY AIDES NEEDED full AMBASSADOR SUITES and kitchen. Fun work environ-
time for ail shifts. Apply at: 1-75 & Jacaranda ment! For info visit
Sandhill Gardens 24949 JOMNY'S DINER & PUB www.Diesandolates.com!
Sandhill Blvd. Deep Creek Now Hiring: Apply in person, M-F 9-11 or 2-
'4pm, 2310 Tamiami Tr. Suite
EXP. KITCHEN MANAGER, COOKS 3117, Punta Gorda. A Drug-
Cooks. Good pay, Good bene- Apply in person Free Workplace.
fits & Health insurance Apply 1951 Tarniami Tr. PC.
in person: Nav-a-gator, just off PORT CHARLOTTE Motel,
Kings Hwy. (941) 627-3474. LEONI'S PIZZERIA Experienced Housekeepers
NOW HIRING PIZZA needed, must apply in person,
Experienced F/T LINE COOK COOKS & DRIVERS 3491 Tamiami Trail, PC
Apply in person Apply within next to Dunkin
BARNACLE BILL'S Donuts on 776 in Englewood. PROFESSIONAL WAIT -
2901 Placida Rd. LOOKING! Can You Multitask? STAFF EXPERIENCED in
GATORZ BAR & GRILL, The Better than Who? wanted fine dining ONLY need
best working environment in salad aind sub maker, pizza is apply. Phone The Perfect
town, is hiring All Staff. Apply easy? part time to start. dri- Caper for interview,
in person: 3816 Tamiami Trail, vers always welcome to apply. 941-769-6052.
Port Charlotte between 9am- Do not call! Apply in person SERVERS wanted. Apply at
3pm, Mon. Fri.. Dino's Pizza 2592 Tamiami Tr. SERVERS wanted.Apply at
PC.. the Turtle Club Restaurant,
German Rest. Brauhaus 139 W. Marion Ave, P.G. or
Venice is now hiring for MONTY'S RESTAURANT look- fax res to 941-637-9428.
Cook w/German expedition, ing for DISHWASHERS and
Servers & Dishwasher. Experienced WAIT STAFF. SHORT ORDER & PIZZA
Please Call (941)468-6068. Apply in person. 941-637- COOKS & MANAGER. Fill
0008 for info. out, application at
,.NOW HIRING GRILL www.piknrun.com or call
Advertise in OW HIRING GRILL (941)-882-4015.
Advertise COOKS. Apply in person:
The Classifieds! Bob Evans. 4080 Tamiami Advertise
Trail, Charlotte Harbor.


2040 RESTAURANT/ 2040 RESTAURANT/
HOTEL HOTEL

SUBWAY WELL ESTABLISHED
Looking for Sandwich Artist LOCAL RESTAURANT IS
PT nights & weekends. Good SEEKING GENERAL MAN-
pay. Will work around school AGER. MIN. 5 YRS EXP.
schedule. Apply in person at: FULL PACKAGE BENEFITS.
BP Convenience Store, 26600 SEND RESUME TO: CHAR-
Jones Loop Rd, (Exit 161) LOTTE SUN, 23170 HAR-
Punta Gorda. BORVIEW RD. BOX S,
CHARLOTTE HARBOR, FL
T.G.I. FRIDAYS 33980
Now Hirina


Line Cooks & Servers
Apply in Person:
18600 Veterans Blvd P.O.
(941-625-2225


Harpoon Harry's
Now hiring
Line Cooks Prep
Dishwasher Janitorial
Call Chef Rodney
637-1177 ext 116-

Help Wanted lunch time
Counter, Kitchen, Cook
Lou's Hot Dogs, 255-8848,
Ask for Laura
2150 #20 Tamiami Trail, PC
Forrest Nelson & 41
HISTORIC DEPOT
CAFE & MUSEUM in
El Jobean hiring Wait Staff.
Call (9411-627-3344
HOGBODY'S
NOW HIRING,
All Positions
Apply in person:
4536 Tamiami Trail,
Port Charlotte,


e Today!


WANTED
DEAD
PREFERABLY
ALIVE!

DISHWASHERS
COOKS still needed.
TOP PAY -
Excellent benefits I!
Call 1-877-346-8759
To pre-qualified for employ-
ment. Our store # is 2098
Or stop in at Denny's in
Murdock.

2050 SKILLED TRADES

Positions Available:
Miami Valey Concrete
al Locations
TRUCK DRIVERS
(Class A&B CDL) ,
*LOADER OPERATORS
*ORKLIFT OPERATORS
'*MECHANICS
*LABORS
Excellent Wages
Full Benefit Pkg
eoe/drugfree worptilare-
CaU 941-639-1787

A/C COMPANY is looking to
hire experience service techni-
cian. Call (941)-575-8803 or
941-625-5270.
A/C INSTALLER, experience
required. Great pay. Full-time.
626-8800.
A/C INSTALLERS &
LABORERS needed
Great pay & benefits!
1-877-708-2665
A/C TEICH, Full Time or Part
Time. top pay & benefits. Valid
Florida Drivers License. Hourly
piece work & commission
offered. (941)-629-7555


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A/C INSTALLER-
CHANGEOUT PERSON
SPECIALIST
Must be an experienced
leader, dependable, sell-
:starter, quality minded, ana
good w;Ih customers. Com-
pany supplied vehicle
requires clean driver s
license Great company
pada employee Denrli -
include Medical. Life, Den-
tal. Vision. Holidays, Vaca-
lion, IRA. Salary negotiable
Call Don 764-7102 or 486-8300
for a conlidenilal interview
' r lax your resume to
486-8313 ori 764-0663


Aluminum-Soffit, Facia,
Installers wanted. Local
established company seeking
experienced individuals for
immediate openings. Must
have own tools, phone &
truck. Call today (941)-698-
1601 between 9-5 M-F
AMERIGAS, the leading
propane supplier, is seeking a
SERVICE TECHNICIAN.
Under general supervision
repairs and maintains LP
Gas Systems, appliances
and equipment.
Job Requirements Include:
* CDL with proper
endorsements.
* Excellent Driving Record
* High School Diploma or


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AUTO TECH
TUFFY AUTO
General Service. Must have
own tools. EOE Great Pay!
Great hours! Ask for Jim.
(941)-764-9815
AUTOCAD SURVEY TECH
Immed. F/T w/Benefits,
PLATS, ALTA AND ENG.
Design Surveys. Reliable.
FAX RESUME: 941-497-6186
For confidential interview.
AUTOMOTIVE MECHANICS
experienced, HELPER will
train, immediately. Call A & B
Auto Repair (941)-639-2894
AUTOMOTIVE
PROFESSIONAL
SERVICE DEPT


VILLAGE ON
THE ISLE
RETIREMENT
COMMUNITY

This Premier Retirement
Community is looking for
a few good individuals to
work in our ALF and
Skilled Nursing Home.
We offer Excellent start-
ing wages, Medical and
Dental benefits, 403B
and free Life Insurance
to all Fulltime Employees
after 90 days.

WE HAVE OPENINGS IN:
SKILLED NURSING HOME
LPN/RN
3:00PM 11:OOPM
C.NA.'s
11:00pm 7:00am
HOUSEKEEPER
7:00AM 3:30PM

ASSISTED LIVING FACILITY
I C.N.A.'s
6:00AM 6:00PM
3 days a week.
C.N.A.
2:OOPM 10:OOPM
we also have
Pool Position available.
WAITSTAFF
FT & PT Positions.

FLOOR TECH F/T

Apply for the above
positions by calling
486-5495 or drop by
VILLAGE ON THE ISLE
920 Tamiami Trail
Venice, FL

EOE Drug Free Workplace


Wt 1 M


500 VENEZIA PARKWAY Elegant IN JACARANDA Large Tp quality
fJcl,thern Italiarn 1988 rome in Venezia Lincolnr Duill 3 posr iole 4BR -BA splil Let's Buy!!
Park Hislaoron.: D,lri: ol 1920's plan winr, double garage C:usi.m Le's Sell!!
retore-d riomes Park View. Close to Curbing. lovely floivwerin.j plarni. s great Let's Dance...
evervi,rng,.' MLn454587 849.000. walerv,-iew Loli uI upgriie' Two free private dance lessons
updating' Tile rcl Ioo0' You muil see ,
Ir.s nc,me' tM.LSn4585606 $325,000. u th each closed sale!
ROGER HOFFMAN MAIA MORRISON BERNICE S.YERICH, Realtor
Homes by.Hoffman (941) 488-3448 (941) 223-5608
(941) 266-3262 J. Booth & Co. Paradise Realty of Venice, In'. .


PaQe 10


. -0- 14& 1.. 1


equivalent. PALM AU TOMALL
A/C LEAD INSTALLER & Full benefits package. Fax The largest Automall in
HELPER, F/T, clean DL, top resume to 941-255-9901 Southwest Florida has
pay w/great benefit pkg. ARCHITECTURAL SURFACES openings for customer
Cliff's A/C, 17324 Seymour ARCHITECTURAL SURFACES oriented service consulting
Ave, Pt. Charlotte, (941)-629- needs EXPERIENCED granite Service Advisors
2863. Employee friendly fabricators & installers full
2863. Employee friendly time. (941)-639-5599 Cashiers
workplace. 9 Line Technicians- Toyota,
*** ATTENTION*** Chrysler, Jeep, Chevy
A/C SERVICE TECHNICIANS, ***INSTALLERS*** Quick Lane
& SHEET METAL MECHANITTERS, Carpet installers needed Technicias Toyota,
needed for established com- son: Showcase Floors Chrys a uJeep, Chevy
mercial HVAC firm where your 1264 Marekt Cir., Uni The Palm Automallhas
contribution is valued & appre- 16Mare tCi U5 been family owned and
ciated. "Top pay for top per- .(941)-7433159 operated since 1955 and
formers. Full time, steady AUTO TECHNICIAN Arcadia values and rewards each
employment. Great benefits area, some experience need- Palm employee for their
including health, dental, 401K, ed. Sign on bonus available, dedication and hard work.
generous paid time off' and 954-275-9394 EOE. Palm Automall has been
more.Call 239-226-1293. installation Co. growing rapidly and
AUDIO/VIDEO Installation Co. currently has 11
Al CABINETS is how hiring now hiring installers & franchises.
builders, laminators & helpers. Must be able to work EXCELLENT PAY PLAN,
installers. Apply within: 40+ hrs per week. Occassion- MEDICAL & DENTAL BENE-
4186 Kings Hwy. P.C. al work out of town/overnight. FITS, LIFE INSURANCE,
ALUMINUM COMPANY Cannot be afraid of heights. 401K PLAN, VACATION
Englewoo bd ks Must have valid drivers lic & PAY, YEARLY MATCHING'
Englewood based seeks clean driving record. Pay BONUS FOR TECHNICIANS
Gutter & Soffit Installers. based on exp. Benefits inc. Please contact
(941Will Train. Full Benefits270-6286 health ins & paid vacation. Dennis Tagge
((941)-270941)-764-6464 941- 639-1155
Aluminum installers, cage, sof- AUTO BODY PERSON DFWP / EOE
fit & gutter, layout & cutouts. EXPERIENCED needed. Join
Excellent company & compa- our winning team! Come to BLOCK MASON TENDERS
ny trucks. Year round new work at the newly expanded needed. Must work hard &
construction. Benefits & AutoTrend USA in Charlotte have transportation. No pan-
bonuses. 941-475-5007 or Harbor. Top commission pd. + sies, cry babies or butchers.
270-2255 incentives & bonuses! Call Guaranteed work good pay.
941-743-AUTO (2886) Call Jay, (9411-628-1541.
AUTO TECH ASE Certi- BODY SHOP ESTIMATOR
fied, Able to preform in all WANTED!
Aluminumnstallers aspects of automotive DESOTO AUTOMALL HAS
Top pay guaranteed repair service & diagnos- AN IMMEDIATE OPENING
plus benefits tics. Paid vacation, $50K FOR AN EXPERIENCED
Call Stormshield first year potential, Quali- ESTIMATOR, PLEASE
239-6902008 fled applicants with proven CONTACT BOB RAMHOFER
track record need only OR TAMMY CANFIELD FOR A
apply in person at: Watkins CONFIDENTIAL INTERVIEW
GET RESULTS- Tire & Auto, PC (941)-255- AT 800-880-3099 OR
USE CLASSIFIED! 9299 863494-4848
EOE DFW









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LENCED, Needed, Top ray &'
Benefits. 941-628-1269 CARPENTEIS/LABORERS
CARPENTERS, EXP. NEC. IMMEDIATE HIRE, 40
New Residential framing, HOURS + O/T, PAIDVAC
steady work, Top pay. North NO PORT AREA (941)-
Port area. 941-628-6179 769-0520 or 941-697-5000


Experience required. Competi-
tive pay. Progressive, fast
growing general contracting
company. Fax resume to
(941) 743-0715 or call John
at (941) 743-4105.


BRICK MASON needed. Expe- CARPENTER INT. TRIM. CARPENTERS WANTED
rience in manufactured hous- Truck Tools, experience Charlotte & North Port area,
ing w/split face brick, must required. Work mostly in North pay based on experience. Call
have tools & trans. Call 941- Port, lots of work. Good pay, 941-815-0022.
628-4112 ask for Andy good boss. Let's talk! 941-
456-1678 CARPENTERS WANTED, expe-
rienced for rough framing &
Busy construction office CARPENTERS, trim. Call (941)-815-8618
seeks experienced EXPERIENCED
Superintendent. Bi-lin- for Boca Grande custom CARPENTERS wanted for fram-
gual in Spanish pre- builder. Full benefits, top pay ing & remodeling on Boca
ferred. Top salary & bonus incentives. Tolls Grande. Tools & transporta-
based upon experience. paid. D/F/W/P tion. (941)-475-5095 Iv mess
S50k +. Pax resume to: Call (941)-964-2231 CARPENTERS with framing
(941) 627-5908 CARPENTERS & CARPENTER experience. Top pay. Call 941-
HELPERS WANTED 626-2445
CARPENTERS FOR INTERIOR Valid drivers lic, tools &
TRIM. Transportation & tools trans. required. 475-7641 Carpenters/ Carpenter
a must. North Port area. Helpers: FT, Experience
(9411)-916-5208 CARPENTERS Experienced required. Competitive pay.
framing carpenter/helper, Progressive, fast growing gen-
CABINET SHOP has Immedi- Englewood area. eral contracting company. Fax
ate-openings for Counter Top Own transportation req. resume to (941) 697-9208 or
Builder & Cabinet Builder. (941-475-3736 call J.T. at (941) 697-5791.
Apply in person: 6601 Taylor CARPENTERS &
Road, P.G. CARPENTERS
CARPENTERS HELPERS CARPET CERAMIC VINYL
CABINET shop needs reliable N. Port Pt. Charlotte area. ARPET, CERAMIC, VINYL,
career minded person with a Call Randy (941)321-9722 HARDWOOD & LAMINATE
good driving record, exp. pre- Spanish (941)284-9662 Top quality = $L$.
ferred. (941)-505-2732 CARPENTERS & HELPERS Call 239-694-6266
CABINET SHOP seeks WANTED, Englewood area.
EXPERIENCED (941)-473-8738 CDL DRIVERS/DELIVERY
TOP LAMINATOR, leave message. Labor intensive. Immediate
CABINET FABRICATION & Carpenters & Laborers benefVision plans. Life its, Medical, nsurancental &
INSTALLATION & Experienced Local Work Retirsion plaement 401k, Paid Vaca-
INSTALLATION HELPERS Must have own tools Retirement, 401k, Paid Vaca-
(Will Train) &Must have own tools tions, paid holidays, Apply at:
who wants to be part of a MasterBuilders Seacoast Supply
dynamic team. Top Pay, Pd 18245 Paulson drive 3045 McCall Rd.
Vacation, Health Ins pd. 75%, Port Charlotte(941)6294065 Englewood, 941-474-8185
401k w/ 25% match & other D/F/W/P
great benefits. ,?u, .ll,i,,,, CARPENTERS & or Sub-
8am-3pm: 6522 San Casa contract crew. Work on CERAMIC TILE HELPER. F/T
Dr. Englewood. the water building docks & Position, clean drivers lic.
seawalls. Full Benefits. Call Creative Tile Mon. Fri.
CABINET SHOP Long term work. (941)-485-7474
NEEDS LAMINATOR AND (941)-954-1555
SHOP HELP. CARPENTERS Lead & Experi CHAUFFEUR .Must have
FULL TIME.941-4740082 enced ONLY. Work from Northsuperstretchlimo& limo
CABINET SHOP seeks experi- Port to Punta Gorda. Hand coach exp. Fax resume and
enced cabinet installer/ser- tools & transportation a must. clean MVR 941-627-5712.
vice person to work in North Call 941-628-4746
Port area. (239)-334-2046 CARPENTERS Frame & Trim. COASTAL
Carpenters/Framers wanted Boca Grande. Bridge tolls* PLUMBING
for North Port area. Steady paid. Days 941-270-2483, Now hiring Plumbers &
work. Top pay. Benefits & eves/weekends helpers for work through-
overtime. (941)-916-5208 941-698-0630 .out Charlotte County.
Excellent pay & bene. 941-
Carpentry / Mechanical F/F Carpenter/Painter for long 627-3279
Will train responsible person term est remod. co. Ret Carp. for
as garage door installer. P/t work. Transp. req. Good
40 hrs + benefits. pay/ben. DFWP (941)484-5433 CONCRETE FINISHERS &
LABORERS, experienced.
DOOR SYSTEMS, INC. CARPENTERS needed for Venice area. Call Jeff
Whidden Industrial Park new construction framing. Top (941)-468-3755
627-3116 pay & local work. Must have
CARPENTERS, EXPERI- own tools & transportation.
CARPENTERS, EXPERI- 941-626-0869 Construction Estimator: FT,


CONSTRUCTION EMPLOY-
MENT needed,
Duties include: Erect roof
frames and other frame
work for roof structures in
buildings: Construct, erect,
install and repair wood roof
structures using carpenter's
hand tools and power tools,
conforming to local building
codes: Study blueprints,
sketches or building plans
for information for materials
required, e.g. lumber or
fiberboard and roof struc-
ture dimensions. Prepare
layout using rule, framing
square and calipers. Mark
cutting and assembly lines
on materials using pencil,
chalk and marking gauge.
Shape materials to pre-
scribed measurements
using saws, chisels and
planes. Assemble cut and
shaped materials and fasten
hem together with nails,
dowel pins or glue. Verify
roof trueness with carpen-
ter's level. Cover roofs with
roofing materials, e.g. com-
position sheets, wood shin-
gles. Cut roofing paper to
size using knife and nail or
staple it to roof in overlap-
ping strips to form base for
roofing materials. Align roof-
ing material with roof edge
and overlap successive lay-
ers gauging overlap dis-
tance with chalk line or by
lines on shingles. Fasten
shingles or sheets to roof
nails. Cut flashing strips and
fit them into angles formed
by intersecting roof nails.
Construct and attach pre-
fabricated roof sections to
rafters. Attach shingles to
exterior walls and apply
roofing paper and tar to
shower pans, decks, and
promenades to waterproof
surfaces.

Required: Six (6) months
experience in the job
offered.

Salary: $13.81 per hour
for 40 hour work week,
6:30 AM to 3:00 PM. Job
located in Port Charlotte,
Florida.

All interested applicants
should contact: Bruce Gos-
sett, Elegant Homes Con-
struction, Inc., 2672 Tamia-
mi Trail, Port Charlotte,
Florida 33952; telephone
(941) 628-3690.


CONSTRUCTION SUPERIN-
TENDANTS Needed in Mana-
tee, Sarasota, & Port Char-
lotte for a custom residential
home builder. Must have resi-
dential construction, schedul-
ing experience & organization
skills. Must have a sub con-
tractor base. Email or fax
resume & references to HR:
homebuilder@tampabay.rr.com or
727-835-1121. DFWP
DRIVERS POSITIONS avail-
able for Sarasota & Charlotte
Counties. Class B/CDL
required, along with current
DMV report. Benefits, major
medical, 401K, paid vacation
& pension plan. Apply 3333
Acline Rd. Punta Gorda (941)
637-4929 or 123 Jackson
Rd., Venice. (941) 483-9090
Mon Fri. 8 4pm.

DAYS INN
Looking for
MAINTENANCE
PERSON
Apply in person:
1941 Tamiami Trail PC

DELIVERY DRIVER needed
FT for local nursery. CDL,
Class D required. Must have
clean driving record. Please
see Angel at: 1191 Kings
Highway, P. C.
DO YOU STAND
ABOVE THE REST?
GOOD, 50 DO WE!
LET'S TALK

MAINTENANCE TECH
&
MAINTENANCE TECH
w/AC

$300 Sign on Bonus and
top pay. Check out our
newly enhanced benefits
including: Great pay and
atmosphere, fuel/travel
allowance. Pick up appli-
cation at our Security
Pavilion at the Glenridge
On Palmer Ranch,
7333 Scotland Way; email
resume to
careers@theglenridge.com
or call: 941-552-5299

DOCK BUILDERS
Looking for experienced
professional. Sarasota
County area. 941-716-4789

Advertise Today!


DRIVER NEEDED Clean dri-
ving record & Class A license
a must. 5 yrs. OTR experience
required. Please see Angel
at: 1191 Kings Highway, P.C.
DUMP TRUCK DRIVER clean
CDL, Equip exp. a plus.
Call (941)-628-2800
DUMP TRUCK DRIVER needed
Must have Class B license.
PLEASE CALL 941-815-1425
DUMP TRUCK DRIVER NEED-
ED. Experienced with CDL
Class A or B license. Please
call 941-916-6192
ELECTRICIANS needed
ASAP. LEADMEN, JOUR-
NEYMEN & SERVICEMEN.
Long term and disaster relat-
ed work. Call: ABC Electric
1-800-282-7093 or fax
resume (239)-936-9541

ELECTRICIANS & electri-
cians helpers needed. Valid
Florida Drivers License
required. 401k, Paid Holi-
days, Paid Vacation &
Health Insurance. Apply in
person The Drage Corpora-
tion, 1089 Tamiami Tr., PC
DFWP

ELECTRICIANS, come join
the leading Electrical Co.
In Port Charlotte. We offer
unlimited income potential;
job security & opportunity
for advancement. Medical,
vacation, holiday, retire-
ment, AFLAC, DFWP. Apply
in person at: Seabreeze
Electric 892 Tamiami Trail
or call (941)-255-5968

ELECTRICIANS Experi-
enced Residential,
helpers. Experienced only
need apply. Drivers license
& tools required. Call
(941) 629-4280

ELECTRICAL
SERVICE TECHS
NEEDED
SIGN ON BONUS!
$15 0 10- .i-i .,0 pei hr Ir,
trt IDJEI %''ilh R .iii jlr P-r
iormarr,:e Raises Berneiht
include Paid Vacaticn, Med-
Ical Insurance, Life riJsur-
ance, and Great Working
EnvironmenL' Call
Mike at Murphy Electric.
941-484-6410
ELECTRICIANS & Apprentices
needed. 1 yr min. exp. & valid
DR lic. required. Good pay &
benefits. Call 941-815-7700


EXPERIENCED WINDOW
INSTALLER
BE REWARDED FOR WHAT
YOU DO!! COME JOIN OUR
TEAM !!TOP PAY AND BENE-
FITS !! MUST HAVE EXPERI-
ENCE AND TOOLS !! DRIVER
LICENSE A MUST. CALL 1-
941-624-5277
EXPERIENCED GLAZIER
LOOKING FOR SOMEONE TO
JOIN OUR TEAM !! TOP PAY
AND BENEFITS !! EXPERI-
ENCE AND TOOLS A MUST !!
BE REWARDED FOR WHAT
YOU DO !! DRIVER LICENSE A
MUST. CALL 1-941-624-5277.


Fence Installers, Carpentry,
Ceramic Tile &
General Labor
743-5900 or 639-2266
FENCE INSTALLATION
help needed. Will train.
Call Rick at:
(941)-629-4202
FIELD TECH, experienced, for
Reconstruction Company.
Drywall, finish/ rough carpen-
try, and painting. Valid drivers
license a must. Call Nu-lmage
Claims. 941-766-1414
FINISH MOTOR GRADER
OPERATOR. Call Forsberg
Construction (941)-637-8500.


Electricians & Helpers
Wanted Pd holidays, Pd vac.,
bonuses, health insurance.
Longterm employ 698-9799
ELECTRICIANS & HELPERS.
PT/FT. IMMEDIATE HIRE.
Must have drivers lic.
Venice area. (941)-4080511

ELECTRICIANS
& HELPERS w/Com-
mercial or R-I OR T-0
Residential experience
F/T permanent position
w/full benefit package.
Top pay, valid driver's
license required. DFWP
(941)-474-3104

ELECTRICIANS/HELPER
required.
Experience necessary.
(941)-628-0225
EMPLOYEES NEEDED!!!
The Damex Corporation is
looking for skilled carpenters,
drywallers and painters. Must
have own tools & Florida dri-
vers license. Drug free work-
place. Background checks
done. Competitive wages and
benefits to include health
insurance, dental, retirement
plan and vacation. Apply in
person 17436 Seymour
Ave., Murdock, FL.
Experienced Equipment
Operator needed. Honest &
dependable. Excellent pay.
Medical & dental ins. avail.
immediately (941)-474-8720
DRIVERS needed asap. Hon-
est & dependable. Excellent
pay. Medical & dental ins. avail.
immediately (9411474-8720
EQUIPMENT OPERATOR
with CDL license & LABOR-
ER. Good benefits. Please call
941-743-0855
ESTIMATOR Experienced in
Insurance Repair for .
General Contractor.
Call 941-639-2568
EXCAVATOR OPERATOR
for Storm Pipe Crew. Pay
based on experience. Apply
at D.M. Construction, (941)-
639-3666. DFWP

EXPERIENCED CARPEN-
TER or carpenter helper with
transportation. Call (941)-627-
2123 ext. 105

Experienced EQUIPMENT
OPERATORS needed for the
North Port area. Top pay for
qualified load and excavator
operators. (941)-270-7582


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EXPERIENCED A/C SERVICE E.O.E. Drug'Free Workplace
TECH'S & INSTALLERS. HOW FORKLIFT EXPERIENCED &
ABOUT A CAREER INSTEAD GENERAL HELP, FT/PT, Engle-
OF A JOB?? TOP WAGES, wood. Phone 941-474-9100,
SUPERIOR BENEFITS, BEST leave name & phone #.
CONTRACTOR IN TOWN,
VALID FLORIDA LICENSE, FRAME & TRIM CARPENTERS
DRUG FREE WORKPLACE- for CUSTOM home building.
APPLY WITHIN: BOYD BROTH- Experienced.
ERS SERVICE 2460 HIGH- 941-474-0903
LAND RD, HARBOUR FRAMER CARPENTERS Need-
HEIGHTS. DIRECTIONS: HAR- ed. FT with benefits available.
BORVIEW EAST APPROX 1 Growing Company. Ideal
MILE PAST 1-75 LEFT ON Framers Call 941-320-9816
HIGHLAND RD
General Contractor seeks
EXPERIENCED ELECTRICIAN Subs., pool cages, drywall,
& HELPERS. HOW ABOUT A gutters. 941-628-7806 or
.CAREER INSTEAD OF A JOB?? 941-629-2098
TOP WAGES, SUPERIOR BEN-
EFITS, BEST CONTRACTOR General Laborers, metal
IN TOWN, VALID FLORIDA DRI- works, oppfy for advance-
VER'S LICENSE, DRUG FREE ment. UltraPure Group
WORKPLACE-APPLY WITHIN; 941-473-2422
BOYD BROTHERS SERVICE, GLAZIER & LABORERS to do
2460 HIGHLAND RD, HAR- storefront, window, sliding
BOUR HEIGHTS. DIRECTIONS: glass doos, mirrors, etc
HARBORVIEW EAST APPRX 1 Exc. doopay. 94-4739600mirrors, etc.
MILE PAST 1-75 LEFT ON
HIGHLAND RD Growing Home Builder in
EXPERIENCED GEOTECH- North Port/PC area seeks 1st
EXPECAL DRILLERS & Line Supers & Const. Mgrs.
HENICAL DRILLERFT w/ ben-S & Benes incl. Health, 401K +
efits. Valid DL. DFWP (941 ben- Bonuses. Fax Res. to (941)-
637-8488efits. Valid DL DFWP 941- 766-7979, Attn. R.J.
EOE, DFWP
Experienced Roll Shutter HEAVY equipment & truck
Installers for ongoing work mechanic needed. Call 18631
on Boca Grande. Top pay, 993-0880
tolls paid, full benefits.
DFWP Call (941)-964-2231 HEAVY EQUIPMENT PARTS
PERSON. Must have reliable
PLASTERS needed. Exp. & transportation. Great pay &
Transportation a must. Guar- benefits. (239)-567-1800,
anteed 40 hours.. Call 941- 16070 Tamiami' Trail, Punta
625-6337 or 941-286-5409 Gorda. Drugfree workplace.
Fast growing Aluminum Co. HURRICANE Panel Installers -
looking for quality individuals experienced, quality installers
for the following positions: with trucks and tools unlimit-
pool cage installers, crew ed work $50k to $100k
leaders w/ trucks, helpers, potential. Work with the best!
fabricators. Top pay. Call 941- All- Broward Hurricane Panel
743-4105 or 941-716-1053. (941)-625-5400


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Friday, April 29, 2005, Real Estate Classified


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INSULATION Installers
Exp. pref. but will train.
Paid ins.. vacation &
holidays 255-0673

IRRIGATION INSTALLERS.
& Service Techs.
Clean D.L. Benefits available.
Call (941)-629-3232

KREHLING/CEMEX
is hiring truck drivers
for plants at Ft. Myers,
Cape Coral, Labelle
and Port Charlotte
plants. Excellent pay,
plus incentive bonuses
and excellent benefits.
Apply in person to any
location or call (239)
597-3162 ext. 385


.UFT -
OPERATORS
BOAT
BOTTOM PAINTER,
EXP.

Immediate openings,
fill time positions,
Excellent pay,
Benefits, Busy shop
Lots of work.

Call John at
941-475-6882

Or Fax resume to
941-473-7525

Royal Palm
Marina
779 W. Wentworth
Englewood, FL


LAWN/PEST CONTROL
TECHNICIAN
Experienced only. Must be tream
player. Medical benefits. Apply
340 Tamiami Trail, Pt. Charlotte.


MURTON ROOFING
CORPORATION

A Division of
Tecta America
NATIONAL ROOFING
CONGLOMERATE.

Is now considering career
applicants for our Port
Charlotte division. 'We are
the Best because we hire
the Best"

* Hot Roofers
* Shinglers
* Sheet Metal Workers
* Truck Drivers and
Crane operators
* Sales Associates
* Take-off / Estimaters
* Service personnel
* Laborers
If you are a professional
roofer who takes pride in
your work, are courteous,
career minder and motivat-
ed towards production
within the commercial roof-
ing industry we invite you
to join our team. With top
pay schedules, bonus and
inrpntiups Murtnn can


ROOFER for REPAIR WORK,
F/T position available for busy
roofing company. VALID DRI-
VERS LICENSE A MUST & CDL
preferred. Apply in person, no
phone calls please: 4415
Church Street, Port Charlotte
between 7am-12pm.

ROOFERS WANTED,
TILE CREWS & SHINGLE
CREWS needed immediately.
Must have own tools &
transportation. Top Pay!
Plenty of work.
941-240-6046 ask for Dave.
Service Tech wanted. Top
hourly rate + bonus & vaca-
tion, 401k. Barretts Quality
Electric Call (941)-493-2145
SEPTIC PUMP DRIVER CDL
with tanker endorsement
req. JL Burrow Enterprises
941-429-8200


........... ...SE.. .. o iVi,. rVuI ViDrEE !) yedar
offer you a professional minimum service experience
career with a company for drug free workplace. Ben-
that cares. TOP PAY FOR efits. Apply McDonough
TOP PERSONNEL Please Plumbing, 4585 Tamiami Trail,
call Cindy @ 941-235- PC. 941-6244343
1348 for an application.
SHOTCRETE HELP wanted
NOW HIRING ELECTRICIAN'S Experienced or will train.
& Electrician's Helper. Please D/F/W/P, (941)-423-0844 or
call (941)-4294900 941-915-3940
ASK FOR JENNY STUCCO LABORERS NEEDED
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800-323-8643. have own transportation.


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Charlotte.


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needed F/T. Tue- Sat. Retail,
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computer & phone experience
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to (941)484-9316.


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experience and Bilingual.
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378-4919; email
HR@thefloridacenter.org
EOE/DFWP
KINDERGARTEN TEACHER
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Academic Year. Prestigious
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wonderful bonuses.
Call (941-412-0088 or Fax
Resume to: 941412-9349
or mail to:
European Academy Of Early
Education, attn: Katie McCay,
239 Albee Rd.
Nokomis, FL 34275
Part time/ full time teachers
needed with CDA preferred.
Dependable & compassion-
ate. Re-opening 2nd child care
center. Apply at 272 E. Vir-
ginia Ave. Punta Gorda. 575-
8777. Company benefits.





Part time After school/ Pre
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transportation a must. Exc.
benefits & wages. Apply at
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Ave. PC.
PRE-SCHOOL TEACHER
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Lakeshore Learning Center in
Port Charlotte. Call today!
(941)-624-6082.
TEACHER, full time for 3 yr old
class room needed. CDA a
plus Salary comparable with
experience. Call 629-1620.
VENICE- QUAD needs person-
al care weekend assistance 2
hrs. morning, no exp. needed,
will train. 941468-6819

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255-5656 OR 426-4665
MERRY MAIDS
A/C HELPERS NEEDED
$8.75:/hr. Faithful Heating
& Cooling
(941)-833-8373 DFWP
ACCESS CONTROL PER-
SON part time. Apply in per-
son at the gate of Emerald
Pointe Condo, 25188 Marion
Ave. P.G. between 9am-4pm.
DFWP
ALUMINUM COMPANY
Englewood based seeks
Gutter & Soffit Installers.
Will Train. Full Benefits.
(94i)-270-6286


skills. Apply Richard's Whole Charlotte.
Foods, 3012 Tamiami Trail, DELIVERY/Warehouse:
Pt. Charlotte. PC wholesaler seeks a moti-
CLUBHOUSE ATTENDANT vated person w/ positive atti-
Sat, Sun, Mon Noon -8pm, tude. Clean Class D lic. F/T
$8. to start. Apply at 1343 benefits. Call 6294234
Featherbed Ln..Pinebrook DRUG FREE WORKPLACE
South, Venice 485-6460 or EXP FURNITURE DELIVERY
483-4029 FT/PT, delivery warehouse'
positions. Valid license
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ARE YOU ONLINE? lifting. Please apply in person
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BOAT DETAILING & FIBER- NE PAPER
GLASS REPAIR, FT. Exp. pre- N E S. P r Ar *
ferred but will train, Must be CARRIER
reliable, dependable & dedi-
cated. (941)-627-8800 FOR AWARD WINMRW ,
WEEKLY NEWSPAPER.
BOAT REPAIR & PAINT busi-
ness looking for Helper. Some ONLY 3 NIGHTS- A
experience a must. Please 'WEEK. EARNA .
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We have a well rounded, Concrete laborers, Block
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have one thing in common, create call (863)-993:0069
our hours fit their lifestyle.
We'are looking for people CONVENIENCE STORE/DEL
that are willing to work at Help needed. 2-lOpm. PT/FT,.
least five days per week. Starting at $7/hr. Apply at:
1334 El Jobean Rd. PC, (941)-
We are offering 20 to 30 629-8471
hours per week, with more COPIER TECH needed. Will
possible. The jrly requ;re- train. Some heavy lifting
ments we have are that required. Please call 625-
you need to be able to lift 7789 to set up interview.
25 lbs. (abundleofCOUNTER PERSON NO EXP.
papers), you must pass a NEC -FRi. Ap wihn
pre-employment drug NEC. Mon.-Fri. Apply within:
screen (we are a drug free Venetian Cleaners, 439 S.
.workplace), and you must Tamiami Trail, Venice.
enjoy working with a friend- COURIERS/INDEPENDENT
.ly and energetic crew. CONTRACTORS,
$500/wk +! Immediate
If you are looking for a openirres Must oon eccnrrr,;-
great part-time job, Cal1 Wehc Inroro' u Trirtunry
stop by and fill out an area well. 239-434-1677
application (between Custodial& Maintenance
8:30 a.m. and 4:30 Custodial & Maintenance
p.m.) Ask for Sharon. Supervisor, FT, must be flexi-
Drug Free Workplace. ble for variable schedule.
Drug Free Workplace. Custodian, FT, days .& 1
EE' night. Restroom Custodian,
The Charlotte Sun PT, days 10- 2, M-F.
The Charlotte Sun Apply in person Admin. Office,-
23170 Harborview Rd. Cultural Center, 2280 Aaron
Charlotte Harbor St. Pt. Charlotte.
(Harborview is just east of
Kings Highway; look for
our sign across from
Schoolhouse Square)

CITY OF ARCADIA
FIREFIGHTER/EMT
The City of Aradia is presently
accepting applications for a
Firefighter/EMT or Firefight-
er/Paramedic. Must have valid
Florida Certifications, Florida
Class D Drivers License, be of
good moral character, and
possess a high school diplo-
ma or G.E.D. Interested per-
sons, including those who

have applied in the past T 0P
should contact the Personnel DAILY WORK/DAILY PAY
Department at 863494-4114 Temp. to Permo- No Fees
Monday thru Friday. Closing All Types of Positions
Date: May 9, 2005 Starting LABOR FINDERS.
Salary: Commensurate with 6274041
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Equal Opportunity Employer EGE Trans. Avail.
Drug Free Workplace DANCERS TOPLESS
Smoke Free WANTED
CLEANER, honest, reliable, $300 a shift.
residential & new construction 941-457-7077
Drug Free Workplace DELIVERY/ W-hse
Call 941-380-3045 Must be 21 to drive 14'.
RETAIL/CLERK FT/PT, Bene- Heavy lifting req'd. Clean MVR.
fits. Cashier exp. pref. NIDA drug screen. $10hr+to
Looking for outgoing, self start, plus 401K, health, den-
motivated person with tal, life ins. AARON's 2000
ezreat customer service Tamiami Tr. Murdock Ctr. Pt.










Friday, April 29, 2005, Real Estate Classified


Dependable Driver/Light Ware-
house Work need 2 for auto
parts delivery. Knowledge of
Venice, Englewood & Pt. Char-
lotte. Clean license required.
Must be able to lift 501bs. 5
1/2 day work week. DFWP.
(941)-379-5683 ext. 303
DIAL-A-RIDE DRIVER needed.
Must possess Class C license
with P endorsement. Please
apply in person: 22093 kim-
ble Ave. Port Charlotte. or
online: www.ambitrans.com
DRIVER Class B for growing
building supply co. in PT Char.
Exc pay & bene's. CALL Steve
or Brad (941)-255-1115
DRIVER NEEDED, must have
good driving record and refer-
ences. Company truck provid-
ed. Call (941)-698-9975 or
904-608-0437 (Cell)
DRIVER WANTED for Taxi Co.
Full Time. Clean FL. DLs.
Dependable, neat appear-
ance. Call (941-629-7774
DRIVER/LIMO PG & PC
area ONLY. All area airports,
clean driving record, FAX
Resume! 941-613-1628
DRIVER for septic Co. Class
A/B CDL, tanker end. pref.
N/S, clean MVR, PT Weekends
$13/hr. EOE/drug free.
(941)468-3228
DRIVER/WAREHOUSE
Leading HVAC wholesaler
seeks positive individual to
join our winning team. Excel-
lent 401k, insurance & bonus
program. Start Immediately,
Call Jeff 941-426-9791
North Port Location DFWP
DRIVER/WORKER, CDL class
B w/tanker endorsement.
Apply in person, Stan's Septic
Service. 5287 Duncan Rd.,
Highway 17, Punta Gorda.
Drivers Dump
truck & heavy equip.
Septic installation.
(941)625-2870
DRIVERS NEEDED for Moth-
er's Day week, own trans-
portation with a/c a must. Call
Andree (941)-235-7400 *
DRIVERS NEEDED P/T, for
busy Mother's Day holiday.
Possible steady work. Compa-
ny van. Must have clean FL
DL. Possible to make at
least $100 or more PER
DAY. Apply in person: Punta
Gorda Flower Shop, 129 E.
Marion Ave. Punta Gorda.
DRYWALL HANGER Needed,
Immediate Hire (941) 286-
S4410 or (941-235-1401
ENGLEWOOD TREE SERVICE
needs dependable full time
ground person.
Call (941)-474-7314
F/S.LAWNS hiring, Full
Time. Dependable-
person to start ASAP.
941-473-3030
FLOOR TECH
SF/ 6pm-2:3am
HOUSEKEEPER
F/T 6:30-3pm
Excellent Benefit Pkg
Pay for experience
Bay Village
8400 Vamo Road
Sarasota. 941-966-5611
24 hr. jobline 966-8139
Drug-Free Workplace
FRONT DESK CLERK, PT,
For motel on Island of
Venice Call 941-488-4417


FRONT GATE Officers for
the Boca Grande Club.
Flexibility a plus. PT/FT,
1st shift. Bridge tolls
paid. Call Phil at:
(941)-964-2211

FT, Caring, dependable individ-
uals wanted for caring for
elderly- Night Position. Will
train, Housekeeping also
available. (941)-575-9390,
2295 Shreve Street, P.G.
FT MAINTENANCE POSITION
for grounds & equip. Farm &
tractor exp., some night &
weekend work. Some' heavy
lifting. Venice(941) 809-6365.
FURNITURE TOUCH UP
& REPAIR
STEPHEN'S FURNITURE
is looking or an outside
SERVICE TECH. Qualified
applicant must be able to
do minor wood touch-up &
light upholstery. Top pay
for the right person. Apply
in person or fax resume to
attn David 941-492-2368
or phone 941-493-0087
STEPHEN'S FURNITURE
4427 S. Tamiami Tr.
Venice 493-0087
Golf cart mechanics helper.
Part time flexible hours call
941-575-8181.
GOLF COURSE MAINTE-
NANCE LABORER. FT. Valid
FL license. Dependability a
plus. Bunker care, weedeat-
ing, edging, $7.50/hr. Please
call Don (941) 426-1414
GREAT CAREER
OPPORTUNITY!
Join Southwest Floridas most
'dynamic pool construction
company. Several positions
avail, in the construction &
service dept. Exp. a plus but
not nec. Call 941-475-2260
HANDYMAN/GENERAL.
MAINTENANCE needed,
Full time. Experienced.
Call for interview (941)
882-4015 or piknrun.com
HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPER-
ATORS- Loader, Dozer &
Back Hoe. 55+ hours per
week.. Great pay & benefits.
Apply in.person 16070 Tamia-
mi Tr., S. Punta Gorda (239)-
707-4247 or (239)-567-1800
HELP WANTED LAWN
MAINT PERSONNEL. $8/HR
TO START. Must have valid
florida DL. 941-484-9133


Help Wanted, Service Techrii- *IN LC uuTWARD BOUUND is currency SECURITY O-OFIE;t
cians, Apply in person 1394 accepting applications for Full & Part-time
NE Wayne St. Arcadia Florida Assistant Instructors. Position- Will Train
34266 has openings in produc- Please pick up application at Weiser Security Services
High volume GM Dealership tion. Willingto train. Vari- 8806 SW Start Center St., 1-877-229-2647
High volume GM Dealership and schedules Arcadia. (863-993-4610 Lic. #BB9500015 EEOC
looking for Parts Department available. We offer com- Office Assistant/ Housekeep- Seminole Lakes Golf Course
advancement, Pai9d Holidaysfor petitive wage and benefit er, Cook, Clean & Run seeks maintenance workers.
Paid Vacation, 401k, Medical package including 401K errands. FT. Must have own Call 941-575-2022.
Paid Vacation, 401k, Medical with match.
Insurance. Call 1-800-470- transportation & valid DL.
3838 and ask for Ray in person (941)-235-5555 for appt. Seminole Lakes Country Club
Apply in person at: Seeks Golf Course Mechanic.
Roberge King Openings for Helpers & Fax resume to 941-575-4019
HOMEMAKERS/HHA/ CNA .. Plastic Installers. Will train. Call or call 941-575-2022.
ned for immediateplac- E Corpo- Surface Maxx, Inc. at 941-
needednt inforimmediarlotte place-ration 484-7376 AGE AGAINST YOU?

Arcadia, Venice & Engle- 1100 N. Toledo Blade Blvd. PART TIME WOn Limited ncome. PT5
wood. Competitive wages. North Port, FL 34288 On Limited Income. PT.
Health plan & 401K available. Mon Fri, 7am to 4pm, TYPESETTER Jobs available. Call
Call today, work tomorrow. E-mail resume to: WANTED 941-486-2682 ext. 114
Call M-F, 8-4, 941- 764-0880 jobs@kingplastic.com or SERVICE REP
or 941-480-0880. All Stat fax to 941-423-5823. Charlotte Sun is hiring National Respiratory Company
Home Health. NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE nights. Good atmosphere seeks a responsible, motivat-
HOOD TECH building ads. ed and professional individual
for Grease Monkey, the pre- Will train person with seeking a career where you
ventative maintenance pros. computer skills. can make a difference in the
Must be able to work in a fast Kustomized Kurbing. Hard E-Mail: ing the Charlotte County area.
paced environment. (941) work in the sun & good pay. Stoner@sun-herald.comn Requirements include: Profes-
766-1873, 2090 Tatiami. Money motivated individuals. or fill out application at: sional appearance, Clear dri-
Trail., Port Charlotte. Concrete experience a plus. 23170 Harborview Rd., ving record, Florida drivers
HOUSEKEEPER Call at (866)-587-2464 Charlotte Harbor 33980 license w/ class "C" CDL (or
Part-Time LANDSCAPE/Tree farm needs the ability to obtain). Ability to
Weekends and Fill-in lead person & workers: Good PERMANENT PT DRIVER multi task including detailed
(Day Shift) pay. Bilingual a plus. DFWP. FOR FLOWER SHOP paper work. Competitive
JOIN A GREAT ASSISTED 941-629-3218 or 662-8733. APPLY AT 21186 OLEAN BLVD salary & benefits provided.
LIVING TEAM 1OAM-4PM ONLY Fax resume to (941) 625-
Apply in personatBo LANDSCAPERS HELPER, PT,
Apply in person at Bon 15-25 hrs./wk. Some lifting PEST CONTROL INSPEC- 8525 or call (941) 625-0202.
Secours Place, 1121 required. VENICE TOR/TERMITE. Grd floor SERVICE-COORDINATOR, Man-
JaFor Directionvds Call (941)-232-6883 opport. Self-starter, -ufactured home dealer. Will
941-497-1117 LANDSCAPING POSITION -responsible. Join growing train right person. DFWP.
941-497-1117 LANDSCAPING POSITION Co. Training avail. CIn (941-505-1066
open, FT. Starting pay driver's license. Fax
HOUSEKEEPERS $10.00 per hr. OT available, resume to: Greg A&S DECORATORS
for busy ALF. Full time. On the job training. Please call (321)632-3550 D/F/W/P DES ORATR &
Call 941-764-6577 Craig at (9411-380-4062 SHIPPING &
between 9 & 4, 24999 Pest Control Tech. Position RECEIVING CLERK
Sandhill Blvd., Deep Ck LAWN SERVICE HELP NEED- available. Join the County's For Busy Hi-Volume
ED, FT, start $10/hr. + bene best qualified Pest control Co. Well Established
fits. North Port area. Apply in person 153 Progress 37 Year Old Drape,
HOUSEKEEPING/ Call (941-426-0783 Circle, Venice. Call 941488- Shutter& Blind Business
LAUNDRY rT& LAWN TECH needed 2766 for directions. Phone 941-485-8844
Benefits for FT. Apply at experience preferred or PINEMORE GOLF CLUB,
Quality Heafhcare Cen- will train. Salary, Benefits INC now taking applica- SHIRT PRESSER &
ter, 6940 Pan American & Commission. All Service tions forPro Shop & Cart COUNTER HELP
Dr., N Port,., Pest Management, Inc. personnel. Apply in per- Dolphin Cleaners, no experi-
941-627-5833 son 80 Clubhouse Rd, ence necessary. Will train.
HURRICANE PANEL Helpers Rotonda. No phone calls pis Must be warm, friendly &
willing to work hard and learn LIGHT MAINTENANCE, F/T PINEMORE GOLF CLUB good with the public
shutter installation. $10 to position at mobile home park now hiring Maintenance. Call (941)-743-3535
$15 per hour, steady hours, on Venice Island. Experience No exp. necessary. Solid Surface Co. hiring
and long term potential. Work necessary, or be trainable & a (941)662-0072 fabricators and installers.
with the best! All Broward Hur- team player. $9.50/hr to
ricane Panel, (941)-625-540Q start. Exc benefit pkg. PLUMBERS (all phases) Ben- Experienced or will train.
Phone (941)-488-2111 efits including insurance & Call (941)-484-7376
more. DFWP. Call Charlotte STEEL YARD Position for
Interior LUBE TECH needed, 1 year Plumbing. (941)-625-9981 growing building Distribution.
Maintenirexpce train. Apply inee preferson red but willo POOL CLEANER, 5 day week. Co. Great pay & benefits.
MaintenaQe train. Apply in person tol Paid vacations & holidays, Steve or Brad 941-255-1115
Person F/r Quick Oil Cliange, 1182 i e. MUST have an
* e* ** * * Tamaimi Trail, Unit E, Port insurance. MUST have an STEPHEN'S FURNITURE
Charlotte (941)-743-2699 excellent driving record. GROWING
CompetitivePay Howard's Pool Service, 80 IS GROWING.
Competitive Pay MAINTENANCE WORKER for Harvard St., Englewood If you are motivated,
Full Health 30+ hrs/ week for Assisted rqieto enthusiastic & ready to
Insurance Cover- Living Facility. Apply in person, Pool cleaner/Tech required to have fun selling furniture,
age Available The Regent Club, 22332 Vick work 2-3 days per week. Posi- apply today at Stephens
St. P.C. (941)-627-5388. tion would suit active retired Furniture, 7606 S Tamiami
401(k) male. Experience would be Trail, Sarasota. Benefits &
MAINTENANCE TECH helpful but not necessary as top pay.
Apply at HQM in ,. iI' Tii l TE,'.H training ,il e given. Call or
: Port Charlotte y For Landscape services, visit 1.reli : Pool Supply 155 STORE CLERK WANTED
4033 Beaver Lane erie, i ,r, rihr, W. Dea[born .St. Englewood Dearborn Corner Market
Port Charlotte. /-',ni.iv.l a.:-ai:ri Piae'i .:) il 941-474-7665 Full & Part time positions
Boca Bay at 941-964-0,170 POOL avail. 941-474-9159

JOIN OUR MASSAGE THERAPIST (LMT) CONSTRUCTION/SERVICE Swimming Pool Con-
HAPPY TEAM wanted to work in Athletic ALL POSITIONS. struction: Long term,
HAPPY TEAM Club in Venice. Call before Great Pay! Willing to train, career minded, quality
The Boca Grande Club 1:00PM (941)-223-6724 DL a must. conscious individuals
is Searching for you, to fill MERCHANDISER NEEDED Call (941)-764-0888 only need to apply. Expe-
the following full time posi Full time, for the Beverage POOL TECH F/T Experience rienced or will train the
ions. We offer: Bridge Industry, in Charlotte Coun- helpful will train. Good pay. right person. Hiring for
pass, great, 4ealthbene- ty. Good driving record Flexible hours. Apply in per- all phases.
a beaufits, good pay, 401pl required. Please apply in son, True Blue Pools,- 2310 LAYOUT/DIG/STEEL
a beautiful loc. to .ur m person to: J.J. Taylor Dis- Tamiami Tr. Punta Gorda PLUMBING
tributing, Florida, Inc. BRICK & TILE
HOME INSPECTIONS 2040 Park 82 Drive, Fort PORTER, FULL TIME for PREP
Careful detailed Myers FL 33905. Or call growing dealership, good Clean FL Drivers License
with good common sense 239-267-1006. E.O.E. pay and full benefits after required & DFWP. Apply
to look over home while Drug Free Workplace. 90 days. Must be detail in person @ Nautilus
the owners are away, must oriented with good mer- Pools, Inc. 18380 Paul-
be bondable. Mortgage Corporation seel: chandising skills and son Drive, Port Charlotte
Leaders for area expansion clean driving record. or call 941-624-5744.
LIGHT MAINTENANCE Will Train. Leave Message Experience and the abiH-,
,Minor carpentry, painting 1-800-635-2149 ty to drive a trailer a SWIMMING POOL PLASTER-
to outside of buildings, a plus. Apply.-'in person ER, experienced only. Apply at
fix it person. GENERAL MANAGER, Mon-Fri with.CJ at Venice Casa Pools, 1212 Enterprise
LANDSCAPE & MAINTE- Nissan Dodge, 750 US Drive, PC. (941)-625-5056
JANITORIAL NANCE wanted to over- 41 ByPass .South, VenicTe
Help keep our building see 25 employees. FL. EOE,' nifra workplae.' Telemarketing Manager/
exteriors clean, placing Must have college Telemarketers- Manager
trash containers for pick degree in Horticulture. PRODUCTION & INSTALL and call staff needed. Experi-
up, etc. Salary negotiable. HELP needed for Busy Cul- ence required. Competitive
tured Marble Shop in Engle- pay. Fax resume to (941) 743-
HOUSEKEEPERS MRT Lawn Service. Inc. wood. Call (941)-475-3111 '0715 or call Keith or Dave at
i,'ul.: 3nrh'lokeep our Con- (941)7434105.
,u : r o keep our Con- Put your computer to work! (941) 743-4105.
dos Sparkling. PIs call (941)-232-6792 Upto $1,500-$7,500/mo Tie Beam help wanted, form-
P/T, F/T, 888-680-6155 ing new crew, need driver's
LANDSCAPERS D/F/W,'P EOE www.revenueworldwide.com license & transportation. Call
Enjoy the outdoors an, Independent Income Opportunity 941-769-6468.
MULTIPLE SKILLS RAYMOND BUILDING SUPPLY TIRE .CHANGER with light
SECURITY Delivery, Warehouse, NOW HIRING YARD HELP, WHSE- mechanical experience. $400-
Guard to the main front Grounds, Construction, HELP, DRIVERS CLASS A OR B. $800 week. Call 941-639-
gate. Maintenance. Excellent pay ENERGETIC COMPANY, INCEN- 5681. DL required
for skills, great attitude and TIVE AND SAFETY BONUS PLAN .
GENERAL hustle. (941)-268-9070 BENEFITS, MON-FRI 6:00-5:00 ** Top Pay**
Additionally we may have a APPLY 2233 MURPHY COURT DRIVERS needed!!
position that is not listed Need Great Extra Income NORTH PORT Apply today, Hungry Howies
above, but may be perfect But Can't Find Another Job ROOF COMPONENT MFG 10 A
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Call Kathy Parker, Route Available in the eBenefits 4196.
941-964-2211 or fax PRICE AND ATWATER eQuick Advancement
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Join the Sun Team !
We are looking for.
spirited individuals to
work part time

WE ARE OFFERING ...
*Excellent pay $$$
eFun work environment
*Afternoon shifts

For more information
Please contact
Joseph Davis
@ 429-3011


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Charlotte: 206-1200
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2 AM and 6 AM 7 Days
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Vehicle and Valid Insurance
Required
FOR MORE INFO PLEASE
Call RICHARD @
(941) 286-1684
NORTH PORT SUN
D/F/W/P E.O.E.

NEWLY REMODELED
NEMO'S SPORTS CAFE"
Now hiring Bartenders,
Servers & Cooks.
Apply anytime Mon.- Fri.,
8am-5pm,
3192 Harbor Blvd., Pt. Char.
Now Hiring Class A CDL Dri-
vers, full time or part time Top
Pay, Call Now (863)-494-
3066 Ext 26 or 27
Now Hiring Escorts &
Dancers
(Must be 18+). Call 941-474-
8431 and leave message.
NURSERY HELP needed
Must be hard working; for
weeding, pulling orders &
nursery maintenance. Please
see Angel at: 1191 Kings
Highway, P.C.


Route Driver $650.00+
Per Week 55-65 Hours
Average Work Week,
Including Holidays.
Required FL Class "B"
CDL, Clean MVR, with
Wholesale/Convenience
Store Del. Exper. Apply
9-5 at Velda Farms,
16000 Tamiami Trail,
Punta Gorda. DFWP
EOE M/F/D/V
RV Wash & detail person
Full or part time
FLEXIBLE HOURS
(941)-639-6000
SEAMSTRESS needed, drap-
ery & cornice workroom. Top
salary, flexible hours, pleasant
work environment. Se habla
espanol. (941) 637-0015.

SECURITAS SECURITY
IMMEDIATE OPENINGS
for Class D & G
Security Officers in
Port Charlotte area.
$9.00/hr. up.
1-877-337-5647
EOE M/F/D/V BB2300015


first, call us last Chucks Used
Auto Parts (941)-639-8719
WAREHOUSE / DRIVER
Florida's largest distributor of
HVAC equipment seeks experi-
enced Delivery Driver to work
in all parts of operation.
Opportunity for growth. Apply
at 18230-A Paulson Drive,'
Murdock. Or phone Vito at
941-255-1788, or fax 941-
255-5469.
WAREHOUSE,
Fulltime, Steel Company.
Call (941)-480-0440
WAREHOUSE HELP
LOOKING FOR A SELF-INNO-
VATOR!! COME JOIN OUR
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HELPFUL!! START IMMEDIATE-
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time. Please drop resumes
off at 312 S. Indiana Ave.
FURNITURE SALES-
Professional and personable.
Inside sales, occasional heavy
lifting, approx. 2 days/wk.
$9/hr. Retiree's welcome.
(941)-493-3903 So. Venice
GOLF COURSE MAINTE-
NANCE 20-25 HRS.
Clubhouse landscaping.
Call Don (941) 426-1414

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WE ARE LOOKING FOR
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TIME POSITIONS. iF
INTERESTED PLEASE
CALL (941)-639-8791
OR APPLY IN PERSON
1105 UNIT B TAYLOR
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WINDOW & DOOR SERVICE
PERSON. Must have clean
driving record. FT with bene-
fits. WILL TRAIN. Apply in per-
son: Stephens Window &
Door, 25550 Technology
Blvd. P.G.

A&S DECORATORS
WINDOW COVERING
INSTALLERS
For Busy Hi-Volume
Well Established
37 Year Old Drape,
Shutter & Blind Business
Phone 941-485-8844

YARD HELP NEEDED
At GULF LINER MARINE
601 N. Tamiami Trail, Venice.
(941)-488-5150

2110 PARTTIME/
TEMPORARY

AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY
This Child Protection Cen-
ter, Inc. (Supervised Visita-
tion Program) is seeking
someone to work part-time
(Venice) in a small office
with big challenges. The
position requires comput-
er/typing, phone/filing,
communication, documen-
tation, decision making
and basic bookkeeping
skills. The successful can-
didate must be a team
player, professional, willing
to work cooperatively with,
children/parents/volunteers
& be avail to work alter-
nate Sat's in Sarasota.
Interested persons please
mail resumes to Carroll
Leis, 2210 S. Tamiami
Trail, Venice FL 34293 or
FAX to 408-8469
CAREER CHANGE
Mortgage Corp. seeks self-
starters. Will train. $1200-
5K/mo. 1-800-632-0434
CASHIER/SHOP KEEPER
2 positions available. PT.
(1st) Sat, Sun & Mon
(2nd) Thurs, Sat & Sun
Fun Atmophere !! Give us a
call (941)485-0014
Clerical Assistant: PT. Busy
office seeks self-starter with
good 'customer service, orga-
nizational and computer skills.
Fax resumeqiot941:--575-7968,.


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We have a well rounded,
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hours.

We are a drug. free work-,
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If you are looking for a
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(Harborview is just east of
Kings Highway; look for
our sign across from
Schoolhouse Square)
DELIVERY DRIVER For
Magazine Distribution Route,
Part time, for North Port &
Englewood Area. Email
Ishinsky@welcome-home.com
or call 941-207-1222
for more details.'

EXCELLENT PART-TIME
POSITION AVAILABLE
24-28 hrs. weekly.
Earn $7 to $10.00 hrly
Salary plus commission.
Experience not needed,
just personable and
dependable. D/F/W/P

Charlotte Sun
Call Center.
Askfor Gloria or Ron
941-206-1209
or 941-206-1201

FRONT DESK Person need-
ed for phone, general office
and light bokkeeping, Part


LOW d down. No experience
CALL 888-326-7267 5080 EXCAVATING/
VANGUARD BUSH HOG
Cleaning Systems
OWN YOUR OWN FRANCHISE BOBCAT SERVICES,
We Provide Customers dirt work, job site cleanup,
Equip., Training & Financing debris removal, hauling...
LOW INVESTMENT! (941-628-0716 Ic & ins
941-423-7670
www.vanguardcleaning.com BOSMANLANDDEVELOPIENT
LOT CLEARING & ACREAGE,
PONDS, HOME & MOBILE
4050 INVESTMENT HOME DEMOLITION CLEAR,
OPPORTUNITIES FILL & GRADE. UC. &
INSURED. 941-426-8234
INVESTOR Earn 12-15% inter- DAN'S TRACTOR SERVICE
est on 1st R.E. short term Comm. & Residential. Lot Clear-
notes. Mmin. 25K-$200K. Priate ing, Tree Removal, Fill & Grade.
Party. (941)-429-9530 Free Est: Dan (941) 468-4163
HENDRICKSON INC.
LOOKING FOR THE Demolition, Hauling, Clearing
NEXT NEW AREA TO & Fill. 4 Generations in P.G.,
INVEST IN LOTS? Dump Truck, Back Hoe &
Grade Tractor. 941-626-7877
www.SunStylesLots.com or 941-628-3398 Lic./Ins.
www.SunStylesLots.com
WE DEMOLISH AND REMOVE
(954)-328-1010 ANY STRUCTURE including
(954)-605-6407 mobile homes. (863)-675-
4367


Join the Sun Team !
We are looking for
spirited individuals to
work part time

WE ARE OFFERING ...
*Excellent pay $$$
*Fun work environment
e*Afternoon shifts

For more information
Please contact
Joseph Davis
@ 429-3011

MAKE INSTANT $$$$$$
DELIVER FLOWERS in Venice
for May 6th, 7th & 8th. Must
have Ac'd vehicle,
JAVA FLORIST 941-497-5574
Marine Retail -Thurs, Fri, Sat.
Extensive Knowledge in Sail,
Power, Fishing. Good cus-
tomer skills. Nokomis. (941)-
488-0766

Need Great Extra Income
But Can't Find Another Job
That Fits Your Schedule?
CHECK THIS OUT.
Independent Contractor
Route Available in the
PRICE AND ATWATER
Area of NORTH PORT.
Must Be Available Between
2 AM and 6 AM 7 Days
Per Week, Economical
Vehicle and Valid Insurance
Required
FOR MORE INFO PLEASE
Call RICHARD @
(941) 286-1684
NORTH PORT SUN
D/F/W/P .E.O.E.

P/T RECEPTIONIST/Gener-
al office duties, phones, fil-
ing, etc. Energetic! M-F 2-
5PM, $7/HR. Fax resume/
interest 941-497-6186
PART' TIME at your home,
make vertical blind tracks.
Must have truck, van, or
wagon. Year round resident.
ALSO Part Time contract'win-
dow treatment installer, expe-
rienced only. Hurricane panel
installer with proper contrac-
tor' license. Big Bucks. The
Decor Shoppe, 629-3131
PART time construction office.
Phones, typing, .computer
exp., 20 24 hrs weekly.
Salary commensurate with
exp. (941)-624-2044

PART TIME
TYPESETTER
WANTED

Charlotte Sun is hiring
nights. Good atmosphere
building ads.
Will train person with
computer s,kills..

E-Mail: .
Stoner@sun-herald.com
or fill out application at:
23170 Harborview Rd.,
Charlotte Harbor 33980

PART-TIME PERSON needed to
work in our'shop maintaining
parts & stock room for local
A/C company. Ideal for retired
individual. Contact Carol 941-
575-8803
Parttime now. Possible
fulltime mgt opty. Postal
pack/ship store. Start $8
phr. Call 941-743-2204
PT SALES CLERK,
Venice Island. Experienced
only Fax Resume
941-485-3645


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NOTICES


3010
ANNOUNCEMENTS


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3015 HAPPY ADS




PLACE YOUR
HAPPY AD FOR
ONLY $5.25
3 LINES 1 DAY
ADD A PHOTO
FOR AN ADDI-
TONAL SMALL
CHARGE.
941-206-1200
Pt. Charlotte
or
941-207-1200
Venice/N.Port
Englewood



3020 PERSONALS

RELAXATION STATION
STRESS RELEASE
1225 US 41 unit B3
N of 776 behind
Emerald City
941-625-0141 Hiring
ALONE?
SENIORS DATING BUREAU!
RESPECTED, since 1977.
(Ages 50-90) 1-800-922-4477
BAYSIDE RELAXATION
in/out call. Serious only
Venice, No Port, & Pt. Char
Engl areas. 941-914-3851
BRANDY 941-457-0228
EMERALD CITY Female
Nude Dance Club
Entertainment Always hiring.
941-766-1161
1225 Tamiami Tr, PC.
Forever Yours
575-1.185 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#888


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

S30.0 LST &, FUND,


SUNUN
Chiio.e De...E.nSgwo Noh POn Veni

THE SUN
PUNTA GORDA
OFFICE

NOW OPEN 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



Need Cash?
Have A
Garage Sale


FOUND LAST i:H liE. Fox- Roofing ODrywall:'
hound/ Begie .:. al. in'e on Soffit & Fascia e Gutters
Kings Hwy towards Arcadia. *Screen Enclosures*
Call to identify. 941- 639- Purchasing
1761. 863-494-0289 Damaged Homes
FOUND, Male mix breed dog, Thomas (941) 629-6615
black & tan in the vicinity of Rt. CGC022886
661 in Aracadia on 4/29 VOLPE CONSTRUCTION
Please call (8631-244-9228 C.H.S. Alumni
LOST 4/14/05 BLACK TOY Roofing Drywall o Soffit
POODLE MALE, IN THE & Fascia *Screen Enclosures
AREA OF OHIO AVE. CALL Thomas (941) 629-6615
863/494-6238' OR ON TIME APPOINTMENTS!
863/993-1570. CGC022886
LOST Chihuahua, neutered
male, short hair, brown & 5060 DOMESTIC
white with speckles on CLEANING SERV.
legs w/collar in the vicini-
ty of Warm Mineral 1ST CLASS CLEANING
Springs on 4/19/05. AT BLUE COLLAR PRICES.
REWARD! (941)276-4640 We do it all! LAUNDRY, errands
OR (941)587-4554 etc. ANGIE, (941)-539-8854
LOST PUPPY, Female German SYLVIA'S CLEANING SERV
Shepherd mix, 10 wks. old. 10 YRS. EXP. Now ACCEPTNG NEW
Last seen on 4/20 in the vicin- CUSOMERS. Uc. BONDED & MS.
ity of Mensh & Broadranch. 5 (941)233-4216Ra493-3173
year old is' devastated! (941)- BETH"S CEANING SERVICE
Homes, Condo's, Mobiles,
LOST: LG: set, of keys, Etc, Low Rates, Licensed,
4/24/05 many keys on ring, Free Estimates. 626-1851
area of Kings Hwy,& Suncoast CLEAN TO THE BONE
Houses, Condos & Offices
Free est. Joann or Michelle,
941-485-7881 or 232-3792
CLEANING BY DAISY,
Single floor homes only.
(941)484-7710
EXCELLENT HOUSECLEANER
w/experience looking for job.
Honest, friendly & reliable.
(941)-497-1724
L HOUSE KEEPING, LOW RATES
NORTH PORT & PORT CHAR-
LOTTE AREA 941-429-2175
Looking for homes to clean.
4010 BUSINESS Weekly-Bi-Weekly-Monthly. Lic.
OPPORTUNITIES & Ins. Reasonable rates. Ref-
erences, (941)-505-2861
TOO BUSY TO CLEAN?
ntElasticq SaWS Professional detailed cleaners
FRANCHISES AVAILABLE Res com for free
.... AI. .... L estimates. (941-780-5179


4080 LOANS/
MORTGAGES

Any Credit/Any Mortgage
Purchase or Refinance 5%
Investor, FHA/VA, No Doc,
4/Pay Option, Bad Credit etc.
We have a loan for you!
Allied Home Mortgage
Call Kim: 627-3396
PRIVATE MONEY
Real Estate Only
625-7001 or 941-475-7755


5000








BUSINESS SERVICES


5050 CHILD/ADULT
CARE

American Companion Agency
Homecare. All shifts available.
10 years experience.
Lic & Ins. (941)493-4988
Camp Glory, a Christian After
school /Summer Camp min-
istry needs a P/T counselor /
bus driver for our growing pro-
gram. We are willing to train
the right person. Please call
941-627-5054 and speak to
Carrie or Helene.
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.
WHERE WILL YOUR KIDS BE THIS
SUMMER??? Send them to Dee's
house..Al Ages, FT/PT-Reason-
able Rates-Child/Adult CPR-First
Aide Cert (941)426-8650

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
WEBSITE DESIGN!
Call Konrad at
(941)586-7791.

5054 CONTRACTORS

State Certified General Con-
tractor CGC023890. Pool
Cages, Lanais, Patios includ-
ing rescreen. (941)-624-6572
VOLPE CONSTRUCTION '
C.H.S. Alumni









Friday, April 29, 2005, Real Estate Classified


5083 FLOORING

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L.r aiTi L im.nj t Vi.nyl
lII, :1l ll r':l.ri : I _'': I .. l',ri Lo,", a l
.:l.'..'l.-r ipa:. l r l':lr. *' : l l '4 '
. r _r. 'I 6- .


5100 HOME & COMM.
IMPROVE.
FT".. '.FF EVEfi lHIsci
r r all F Pa.nrlng, Teturing
',:, -arlVenry Wrindow-s.
Ma .:nr,) '.r l 1 4 ;' 1LL999fi
ALL TL':, F eF'I,: .&. Sluc.::
FPc' air 'II L4 l fe- .,ifre,:
Ic:I.I... : l n ri : i .: A.: l
,.ur red:, r4 I' 4-''.19i-'
All piha : A:. H,:,iT-e Impr,:cr e
iTr'il r-:.' lini p painting. i.:
P inir, -.inri, pllJ: .a.l.d rin
a':I .: e : i.,: i : ritlru i .n r
i :",. i -. ', 4 l ; 4 i .42 '.-:30 "
CAGES, CAGES CAGES!!
Start in 3 weeks or less!!
TRI-COUNTY CUSTOM
BUILDERS INC.
CRC053160 L .II .: d.
rr -l ,: i:- e r :e i .it
A, I .:|- .- :hli:, jre."
Call 941-423-3399 Lv msg.
or 628-9075 cell
CONCRETE
Fro .4..'. i, : :. d l.'.. i .

Michael Hodge
941-743-4364

HALLS TRUCKING
SERVICES
Stone"Washed Shell
Fill Dirt"Mulch
'Shell Driveways
Installed
'Sm tree brush removal
Commercial residential
clean-ups
Reasonable Rates
& RELIABLE SERVICE
485-5717 OR 716-3650
Ha i-],I Ti :a i rv,,:;. Available
IFhLL e llirrale:

I: il i: hr Il -a\ -r. 4':~ .
L- JAII P' : iEI -lli J
EEL' F iCiE FFEE ESTI.
rMUT i a.LL i r W"
'19 11 4 19 I.-
MEK Services Electrical
repair & maint, Ceiling
fans light fixtures
Phones Cable jacks. Lic &
Insured. Call Mike at 941-
586-4690

POOL ENCLOSURES &
RESCREENS
AluiTlj.Te.:h
i: i t FREE Esinmatei
1-800-524-8052
L, .*'46'64

hij HI r E ir h'-,vE-EI iT
Lver nrn.i under he r,:,,:.|l

L i. Ih Fr I l :'r,,, .'.:.r
Ip rt: _::r _ai 4 I -r,' 5 .ll ,:

:'FPOfE''.Il-Cllt 1l he:.idenial i .
::iiTiiimer,:-r l : learn,-, Fr.:-
S; :'-ii : arperilr, r, M inte.
'.a te Fr ,-e E i-.l -'41 1 --I: ..- '1


5100 HOME & COMM.
IMPROVE.

,ull. Fa:.:,.a Sind.ng Alu.
iTmiuTi ,rand v.il Gel 1on
L,:Tei:ne ELSES Li t' Call 311
Todad, Toll Free 1-866-726-
5068 Til.. To A Pers .o riol A

THE ,:ABF'E[|TER c.atbielry
rAted -'vo:,d. d:l'ri w.ind -ls
:cur.'te-r sorntil la' :a
aF' ,,0 Lao'o:-. -nii 6._-L''65-


5101 HOUSESITTING

ATTN: SNOW BIRDS HOME
OWNERS Lawn Care House
.ini.ng No. W,:riv! We're Ihere'
Li.: Ins Bryan r941-23.l.2656

5110 LAWN/GARDEN
&TREE

"ATTENTION TO DETAIL"
FULL SERVICE LAWN CARE
& MORE!! 25+ YRS. EXP.
DEPENDABLE. VEN & NP
AREAS JND 941-321-6710
A JAMISON TREE SERVICE
Complete & Professional
Will Beat Any Estimate!
Free Est. 10o Senior
Disc., Lic. & Ins. 24 Hr.
475-6611 423-0020
All good work S6I and up
J VArJKO LAWII SERVICE
.:orh Port & areas
(941) 42-&3196 or 321 1501
Local Pelererc:es Available

CALL RO LAWU CAPE
f a,' ac'epr,,ng ,new accli
u Veri l iand. Lic
I F r C lawn.,:are J
c:all la4-4462)

ALMEIDA 5. LAWII SERVICE &
LAWNi FERTILIZATION
20 ,r:. e'p Comoeririve
Pale' '(94 11--'I16.-62" 3 LIc


5110 LAWN/GARDEN
&TREE

PARROT HEAD
LAWN MAINTENANCE
Full Serv.:e., Servng i:,har.
lone i:.iunjr Free ELilinmale:
W.:r. Guar rlneed
,a1 ll 4 1 l- 6 -'5 3 ?I l i
ALL : jll:, r. urner-. L. in:
TREE STAKING
TREE TRIMMING
TREE & STUMP REMOVAL
94 1 ] -6:.;- 8t:,
.:,r 941 62.r 8 496.
SOUTHWEST LAWN
SERVICE

5115 LEGAL SERVICES

BANKRUPTCY
DIVORCE
S i Signature DIvor.:e
*Mis.inp Spouse ivor(c'
1-888-376-7891

5130 MOVING/HAULING

10, 15 & 20 Yards
Dumpster Rentals
J. E. Baker
1-866-270-5000
GIANGRASSO MOVING
FLA Mover Reg. [o iM4i07
426-3095
ONE ITEM OP WHOLE HCiLISE
HATE FAMILi MOCVIJIG
Loca::lly Oiwn-ed & operate,
i Iem, House. Storage El,:
.41 1.,05.-L i.6'" Li:. Ih-
HAULING. YARD &
CONSTRUCTION WASTE.
Garage Clean Out. Trash.
FURNITURE-ANYTHING!!
426-6379 OR 914-2249
,IF'f'S MVIi 1 i t766E. 1 740,
Local & L io'g Di 1 i-iTi or
whole huuoue Fla 'r.l'ver-
eg #lI IM 12 La hI rn.

5140 PAINTING/
WALLPAPERING

A MG Services Painrring
Re:Ieniial CoiTTiercial
Free ee liTiated.. LC Inrs
94 1 23.52235 916-507 3


ATTN: SNOW BIRDS HOME BLUE BUCKET PAINT-
OWNERS Lawn Car House ING & POWER WASHING
'fing VIO Worry! We're here' I Irn. & E,-I ALSO Tile
LiC In., Bryan 941-626-3674 (23-2484733 Lir.
BF.EOWII'S B1.iDGET Tree Ser.
vice Luality Wor., test BRANDON'3 PAIIITIIG &
PriceS! 18 yrs e.p Free est,. PRESSURE CLEAlIJNG Free
males CallMartj/.613-1378 es.lirmates Lic & Insured
Call 1-941-234- 7015
C. FRATES TREE SERVICE
iree: .- Shrubs Topping HERE COMES OTIS!!
TriTimTing emoval. Since Retired Painter, reeds Paintl
19"4 Licensed .j Insured ing ObS. Interior & Etericr &
1941 -6254 154 Pressure Cleaning 488-6853
Florida Tree & Ground Mainte- UBERTi PAJlliIlrG SERVICE INlC.
nance Inc For all your Iree Reirdenilal & Commercial
.:are needs Commer:cial & Lic i Insured, 40 )rs e.p
ie.;idenriSi. 19411613.3613 Venice 234-7033
JIM BLAIS LAW MAT REALEE PAINTING
SUMMER SPECIAL
110lW ,.-:,EFTIJ5 AIJIIJUAI. 7 YRS. IN BUSINESS!
A:.:,LuIT5 941-915-4677 INTERIOR & EXTERIOR
RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL
MR. P'S LAWN CARE FREE ESTIMATES!!!
Full service landscaping Reasonable Rates!!!
avaI Irmmeriial & Residern Satisfaction Guaranteed!!!
trial. Lic. Free Estimates. (941)539-9615 (941)539-
Call NOW. 941.766 1 -66 or 9517
c ell 941 815. '.- 6 (941)429-8020


5180 PRESSURE 6000 6000
CLEANING


POOL CAGES. HOUSES,
DRIVES. FREE ESTIMATES!
DEPENDABLE VEN. NP
AREAS JND 941-321-6710

5185 ROOFING

CW's Qualtiy Roofing Inc.
All Fi:,:.lnig ,> beT-air'-.
LIc ri.i:i:ir06 -i.6
I'4-1 42 2' .'3 9 ,r ,i6.i-a
ENGLEWOOD ROOFING
Re-rools are our Specialty.
[Jew Roots & repair-.
Call 4.545457 :CCC1325679
HONEYWELL ROOFING INC
Quijalit, rCo inrg & re n is
al rea-cnaible rale.
2.a 3. 4 Lic.FPCii:n:. 344
JAMES WEAVER ROOFING
Free Est f 'e-roojl. shingle
new : on-. 30 yrs e,-p
426-8946 ',,.: |325%95
CtEiTEW'S OFllC :S"er-..ng
'harli.,nre t :,? !IS ears !,lae
rerlihid. 94 1 I .6I 33.-6 3
Li: In; ,i': I 325663
ROOFING HO:wv At.iul T.-T.or.
rowu On A Wailing .l l Call 1.1cL
TODAY For Belier Service
Frarmi jn. j r, ecl R epair
1-866-726-5068

5187 SOFFIT

SOFFIT i FASCIA PEPAI F.
Irn I llan:in Aluminum .,r vinyl
Minor Carpenrilry & all your
reed' 1941) 497 1097

5230 MISCELLANEOUS

XPERT MOBILE CAR WASH
For your detailing needs Ic ar,
bc, al el ,i. I. all Icr e le- .
male. '-4i1-6-4.27'9

A bargain hunter's delight
Check the Classileds Iir.!
A whole marketplace ol
shopping i; right at your lin
gerips' ,aIl The Sun
today
Charlotte" 206-1 200
Englewo,:nd 4 "5-2200
Desolr,: 494-7600
Venice and N[orth Port-
207.1200


MERCHANDISE MERCHANDISE


MERCHANDISE

Garage Sales
I105 Arcadia
I10 E rnglewcood
120 Lake Suzy
] 2$, oi or,,i.
130 Norc Port
135 FPt C.harlotte
14,0 Puntra ra
14, Rotor3da
150 Sarascta
i 55 South vernce
160 venicea

6015 Flea Mvr eI
6iuI ;'.1 Au: ction
6:025 Art: & i:ranrt:
60-;'? Dolls
-03- House',:,U 'd ,,Id:I
604' rP.' Stereo, ra.di.:,
r.i o inpuler Equip
6:ii,. ( Ithring. Jewelrv
6i?0 An liques
Coillecr hobles
615 Fruits Veges
L.',' :ir Musical
,9, Med":al
6:100 Heallih Beaut;,
61 I0 Treei & Plantr:
6120 6,aty Ilem'
6125 olt Access.:.n-,
6123 Evercise F ineps.
6130 Sporling ood:
6 13$ Bikes Trik.e4
6138 Toys
614.0 PFhol:tgraphyr

6145 Pc:ol Spa .
Supplies
6160 Lawn & ,Garde-
616$ Storage Srheds
Buildings
6170 Building Suriilies
6 80 Heavy Consir.
ENuipmerint
61'i Toclk MaChrner,
622U0 ,'rle E.uinerl. :
Equip -.- Sup
622' fest Supe+lies
6230 Pei. Live-lcci
16250 Appliances
F.260 Miscellaneous
62/0 Wanted 10 Buy
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6020 AUCTIONS

ESTATE ALICTICON
3240 'GLEFICCiVE ST
PORT i:HARLOTTE FL.
SATijFEiA, f.1,i 200':
FPEVIEW I':10 '0 A A
AUjC'TIOrJ I 1 A .-c
Entire c:orilernil 01 e.tsil s
include, but inot lirnled t 2
Tn-omy.iavlle bedroom sets,
ires eri, desis. c.hairs.
courhe-. boolkshelves lee
Scit*e, world gliibe on wocodl
rin a,-i :eaTsnell :colleclion.
large lighiho:usie cOllecieIr
Singer *.e-ring rn a. hir, ii', r.
man co-":': 'C-, c loc pair:
.er. riding la'- rrrn -:wer,
hedger chain'aw. C:,nmpre:.
s r i. piresure washers nianrv
linern, lowels, baalhroon- 'iei,
diningri rooim tables chinaa
huLch. server. silver s.ec in
:ase, large nmirrorr ChriimT):
dr:rihe, Homrer Laughlin dis'h.
es. non; lamps, rugs Ljne
en-d tables Lane c:i ee
lable i. rienlal rue.. variou:
tra'- arnd Silver iten-s. Enter
tli-iLmelt center. 27' TV, conm--
outer desk w hultch lafi -
sierer.s. VCRi, Princer. Ile-
phl-one w la,.. Corninrg ware.
d:ihes, CO,-,Ware. mn-:r.-ravwje,
.a jter .v1 n eleCIriC grill,
lurbt cO-- mner, nmany m:'re
lec'trc ii.:c her, hen appih
ance.:. ,:Or-ner Cra.b-et, grS,
grill. :ho'p vaC, g:11 club. .>.
ars. nmany c::ille,:tible' an-d
nicr kIn'acl
To. nMnuch Ti(,re 1Ti mention All
ierri:t are clean and in e-:elc
le'it ihape
ITermi a.snh, Che.:
.i le s Tla.
I0".. Eiu,rer' Premiium
Arcadia. SiTiall Animnal
AUC tion. LL I
2635 ifW Hwy 701
Arcadia. FI 34266
863-494- 1888
Kevin L. Ragan. Auctioneer
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nice.(naollpaeto 776L.fghBi).
der rust bu priiaed to dpolit
16% of lhe piurchase price the
day of sale wtif nosn,.tobe
Withinr 0 das rin sale. Hote

ims' cqnlirmtalon. Galito
private applntmn to peview
for qualifie buyer.Realt
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.regi t1loti obefbi auction.,

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6025 ARTS AND
CRAFTS

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6025 ARTS AND
CRAFTS

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6030 HOUSEHOLD
GOODS

i lel :|ri.: Lin e(Ilner LI
.,-ren $250 DP Iet. dl- &ul.
hulCh "74 L'l8 1 2 H.20'"W.
Tbl 42'"64 2 .ieal l '8 -. tj
chair-,. 2 arm & 4 regular,
525.0 194lD4 j5-8489
(21 SINGLE DPE-EL HEAl.
BOAPOS, :525 ':i
19411 39' 00,; '
5' inlaid iTih:.garn, deiF, '.
L s piel ',.e,:relar, deai.
52. -9411572.-2287
- A-fURN'TUqISHQPP'.,a
:B',y$.u,MicCaUNti f.;,

aM-Fj 19-4- 94-473-19*t
ADJUSILTABLE BEL', twi -c:e
..erta Perlec. S..leeper, '.125.
u Ib, I541 -2_56 19i
ALL FuRIJITuRE Ill VEIII,-E
ISLANtI Hi:iME LIV. 8 R, TV,
MORE 5990. 94 488 9527
All must go by the we*irni.
MarN item;i 31mo.I nrev B lu'
leajner ,;:,u.:h $525' ? :. li
ring rc:.,rn Se 650. rrial,:i
rng gl. direct s.et i ii"i
,: r :.lel 3 p1 n .eo ,- i I g 1 la ,
table Sii0 BR set '1.50
Oir Krig iron headboard S3V,
Huge c.erenerrt )unrijn iri
Several TVs, lawn lool :, iradal
arm saw. 4',.8 fOlding trailer
withr ,,d ..ic & mi-.: i'tler irivil
ed : '4 1 i3'- 3 or '.r ..
4 ..i i-,9

BATHROOM ETAGERE fits
over commode Beige
wicker. 1 shelf Two cup-
board doors. Like new
$89.00.
Call 493-8122
Be.1 P'd'-. C oat win Boo.:.
caJeo toh en id-. drawer
beealh lighl pine i2').i'
94 I-'43-8563

BED 0 ACHES
All new Nasa Visco memo-
ry foam. Qn sets S310.
King sets S510. New in
plastic, with warranty.
Can deliver 941-518-4787
BED, 1 (2 pc) all New Qn
Plush top set $80; King
Plush top $140. w/ warr.
QN PILLOWTOP $120 Still
in plastic. 941-518-4787
BED 1 2pc Absolute all new
full size set. $80, Twin set,
$80. still in plastic. w/warr.
Can deliver.941-518-4787
BED 1 ABSOLUTE ACHE FREE
ALL NEW Nasa Visco mem-
ory foam, qn, S300; King
S500 still in plastic w/war-
ranty. 941-737-7662
ED 1 Absolute all brand
nine new ON pilloWtop
$120 On set $75
w/warranty. Can Deliver
(941)-737-7662

BED 1 Absolute all tr 3nd. nrew
3 p,: ",ng Set 14,'
ring PillowtOp sel '.I185.
LCar. Deliver '941- 37.'?662


6030 HOUSEHOLD
GOODS

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:nOipy. ti.. Spring .& miTi.
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bEE'. .IIJFFH. JEW vril'
i.,uiiaiTi bill in *;i:-e C i,-.e'd
panel i dr. lihtr, re- r la.1le
headjboard DelvdJ ,. -i called
S,] 295 ,41149'.2613

BED SETS. F(P SALE. V.-.; &
Queen,. & Twin ,- -.101 t:
52'1.1 941-45 -4'5c
BED. A BRAND NEW
QUEEN, E-tra Iin.-, Lu.iur,
Pluih r-Ie a. ill in pIjal'C
,"2O, 941-240-0175 PRC
Bed. .eaiy P-osjurepedlc
Queen manrress wilt. bo.
spring r ('lill in 1i ,.: a I ,'1..
51100 II sell $19e Call
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.5 '-6 363
PEDRIM SUITE. Qu-er, Anine
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brard .. I rile mirr.,r,
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IMAT HIIJG FE(A[I OE :P,
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vetrv pretty, e.: ellent .;h pe
19411-i493.9':0i4
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5 pieces, Medium pine
S500. Dining Set, Solid
Wood, Thomasville w 4
chairs & 2 captains S300
(941)-460-9826
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6030 HOUSEHOLD
GOODS


BISTRO TABLE (Round) La-z-Boy rocker-recliner,
w/2 high back chairs beige, like new, $150. 423-
(sunshine cut out in back 0997
of chairs), Paid $259. LIVING ROOM SET $250; din-
MOAsking $125 obo ing room table, glass, (no
MOVING! MUST SELL' chairs) $50; full size mattress
(941)223-8112 & box spring $50. Call 941-
Bunk Bed, White, metal with 286-7347
full size & twin mattresses,
excellent condition, $325; LIVING room set, bedroom
waterbed, queen witionh bed set, 8x8 wall unit, dining room
waterbed, n setno storm damage, mov-
liner & mattress $00; Call ing must sell. $75 to $200.
941-627-1355 (941)-815-0505
CAR OR BOAT CANOPY FOR
SALE 10x20. New cond.. Love Seat, Sofa, Chair, Cherry
$75.; 2 end tables very old Coffee Table, Refrigerator.
$100/firm. 941-426-2378 $350 (941-833-4441
Ceiling Fans, (3) White, Flush LR Chairs, 2, Bernhardt.
Mount, -2 large $35/ea., 1 $1,500 new $300, white Kane
small $25, (941-505-5766 Chair $700 new, $300, square
stone top elephants coffee tbl,
CHAISE LOUNGE, Uphol- $1,700 new $800, solid cher-
stered, $125. Black Lacquer ry secretary detk, $1,200 new
ent. ctr, small. $75. 2 Rattan $600, Solid oak ;ent. ctr.,
bar stools, $40. 49"wx36"H $250 (941)-698-
941-423-7876 9891 or (941)456-5418
CHEST OF DRAWERS, MAT & box 1-2-3 sizes
dressers antiques $150/both, All brand new Full $80,
old stereo console, maple, QN $80 & KG $140. Still
$35. (941)-764 1'55 in plastic w/warr. Can
COFFEE TABLE, oval glass on deliver 941-518-4787
turtle base, $65 obo (941) MAT & box all Tempur
255-1916 Authentic NASA VISCO
Coffee Table, Solid Cherry MEMORY FOAM SETS
w/drawer, needs finished, new in plastic Qn,
4'Lx21"W $50 (941)497-7301$310;Kg $510 with
COFFEE TABLE, solid warranty, can deliver.
wood, Blonde, 2 drawers 941-518-4787
for storage, $60 obo
MOVING! MUST SELL! MATTRESS 1 price $70; tw,
(941)223-8112 full, or qn set; kg set, $140.
New w/warr. Can deliver.
Coffee Table/Tan/White, Mar- 941-737-7662
ble 3' Diam./antique base,
$75 (941)-497-4431 MATTRESS AUTHENTIC
Complete Furnishings 4 NASA VISCO memory
2 Bdrm House including foam sets. New w/warr qn,
linens & dishes, Moving $300; kg $500. .
$1,500 941-429-6223 Can deliver. 941-737-7662
COPPER COOK WARE Profes- MATTRESS BONANZA,
sional Chef, Imported from New Beds, barely used & returns.
France., 16pcs never used, Tw. $30-$99. All other szs. $50-
Co..-i in000 Asking $1500. $199. 941-423-3200. .
94-1 4 ~25w Venice MIRRORED DOLPHINS (2),
CORNER CUPBOARD, Free- 3' high, asking $50. ea.
standing, glass, lighted, made Must Sell! (941] .394934
by Living Walls. $500. MOVING OUT OF STATE:
(941)-4884013 MOVING OUT OF STATE
(941)4843 Lg. Entertainment Unit $75;
COUCH & LOVESEAT, Fl. col- 6pc Dining Room Set $350,
ors, like new, $550. New 5pc Kitchen Set S200; ireep-
Direct. TV receiver w/card er Sofa $150; Occasional
$50. Moving must sell. (941)- Chair $25; Sm. TV & Stand
276-6721 $25; Blanket Chest $10; Lg.
COUCH, love seat & chair End Table $20. All in ex cond.
aqua, beige, pink Fla. style. 941-639-2620
$590.00. (218) 349-5243. Moving Sale Queen pillow top
COUCH, LOVESEAT & CHAIR, mattress set $200. 1 pillow
multi colored, 2 end .tables top queen mattress $100 like
coffee table, chrome & glass, new, washer/dryer $220.
2 lamps, Good cond. $450. wall unit stone base $700. 2
ENT. CTR. holds 32TV glass queen frames$25 each.end
doors, storage, Needs soe tables/center table stone
work. $40. (941)426-0475 base, $150. dining room set
w/6 chairs $150. Twin set
DESK, French Century, origi- $350. Living'room set $200;.
nal, i- $1,800b....Exceiiri' ,:cai 941.62144844 or-.
$350., SOFA;:ltalian '.rwc, r 3-'J --
leath'er, 80",Very'good Mond. MOVING SALE -lots ol turr,1-
Sacrifice. $450. (941-833- AL ols urr
0667 or '(941 )-38Ci-7723 lure lamps, coc.k books. tall
china cabinet, nic-nacs, etc.
DIN RM SET, Silver/gold glass (941)412-3332
top table, 4 chairs, Matching MOVING SALE/Riverwood. All
hutch. $350 (941)-270-1118 MOVING SALE/Riverwood. All
new. furniture. Lexington Palm
DINETTE SET; 4 padded Tree dresser, $500. Lexington
chairs on rollers v. leal, night stand,$200. Palmer
$325. obo (941)-255-1916 ..- Home entilrtain,-merit center,
DINETTE Set, 48" rd glass top $1,000. 2 dark cherry drum
table w/pedastal & 4 cars, tables, $250 ea 2 Lexngton
ivory. $450 (941)412-3701 armle:, rchjars, $500 ea
uDark cherry c:ocklail tale,
Dinette set, 4 swivel chairs, $500. Bernhardt sola,
glass table top $75. call 941- $1000. Call anytime 941'-
625-8068 625-5593
DINING ROOM Glass table, 4 MOVING SALE: Flew der-,'rm
chairs, White contemporary, .ola 5350: 2 wrought
$250; 941-627-6737; ron gla:1 end tables
DINING ROOM set w hutch, $100 ea: Rosewood Molner
$300.(941)-255-3999 I ol Pearl tlac. tables $150;
m. ri Male bedrm set $300:
DINING TABLE, [Ercol Wind- ar,niqije Molner ,:,1 Pearl dining
sor 6 upholstered swan chairs., lghi. S150. Call 941-380.
$500. '941I-505:1663 o ir apple. only P.C
DINING TABLE, glass top, MOVING SALE: New Queen
stOrne i. wrought irorj base & 4 wr.ough .Iron headboard
upholstery ci:hars. S550 5150. Wood Farm table,
(94 -42? 7876 $250, wood / wrought, iron
Diningroom. Table, new, patio table 2 chairs, umbrella
bevEli glas top, w6 par. 50; Hon laeal 2 dr filing
sons ,charsrean. Color cab $150; Call 941.380.
Si). 1t41 5 'E23 2955 for appt. only. P.C.
Displayed but never used MOVING' Dining & Htchen sel.
Model Home Furniture ~ettee Sola Bed. Bool.
4-PC B/R set $299 irehel.. I.e-lS ol drawers &
sofa & love seat $399 c" l'l49523
queen bed sets, $199 MOViNG. ENTERTAINMENT
full bed sets, $159; twin bed SET medium brown, $75,
sets, $129; Daybed com- TWIN BEDS w dresser & 2
plete w/2 inner spring night islands, $200, CHERRi
matss, link, & pop-up, $299: LIQUOR cabinet $35, PATIO
Can deliver 492-6550. SET rounr, d table w 4 cushr
Entertainment Center&coffee ond c-hari' .100 PINjE DIN-
table, solid oak, Thomas-ville IrG ROOM .set. long trestle
$100 (941)493-7047 aliew 6 chatrs $200l Tv
ENTERTAINMET "ClNR d. S10 ROCKIIIG CHAIR
ENTERTAINMENT CENTER, 5 w otioman 525; SWIVEL
pc. w/ bridge. Exc. Cond ROCKER. 550 2 END
$650. (941-625-7203 TABLES. (941)426-9339
ENTERTAINMENT CENTER, MOVING- ITIFRE HOUSE CO-l.
Black 6' X 7' side curio cabi- TENTS. CUIJALIT, BRAND
nets w/ glass doors, holds NAMES AT' REASONABLE
35" TV. Exc. Condition., PRICES. (941)484-7741 (
$400. 35" SONY TV, 3 yrs.
old. $400. ALL for $750. NE SPRING AIR, adj. single I
(941)-575-1666 bed, w/remote control, extra
long, 10 spd, variable back
Estate Sale-Venice Island, and leg massage, paid
Lg Glass door display hutch $1500, asking $950 (9411- i
$600, Dining Rm Set, Oval 662-5544 .
table w/8 chairs, Ig glass
door hutch, serving table (It. . .
wood) rounded legs $1,500,
Solid walnut King sz bed, 4
drawer chest, Vanity & stool,
bedside table, round pedestal Enter your classified ad online


table $1,500 (941)266-3262 and pay with your credit card.
It's fast, easy, and convenient.
Fridge, $125/obo. Gold's Go -to surnheraladcom, classic
Gym Universal home.gym, fields. .
$75/obo .Day bed, $50/obo. Fast Convenient Easy
941-235-2531. SunrHerald :om classileds
FUTON & FRAME ivi,a or Masiercard
SOFA BY DAY L-
BED BY NIGHT SUN
$199. 492-6550 T- -


NOOK SET, honey tone wood,
wrought iron arms & legs, 4
chairs, 48" round table, exc.
cond, $300. *SOLD* ,


6030 HOUSEHOLD
GOODS


6030 HOUSEHOLD
GOODS

OAK TABLE, 4 chairs $50.
Stove $80. 2 GIs. top oak end
tables $40/pr. 2 Rattan end
tables $60/pr. 218-349-5243
PATIO PVC Furniture, 4 chairs
w/cushions, lounge chair,
ottaman, 2 recliners, 42"
table $225. 941-764-0614
PATIO SET, PVC 48" round
table, 4 chairs w/cushions
$125. "SOLD"***
PFAFF INDUSTRIAL SEWING
MACHINE $750.
941-661-8129
RECLINERS (2), Ivory leather,
new, $400. for 1 or $700. for
both obo 941-743-3344
RECLINERS 2 matching, swiv-
el/rocker, light beige, good

cond., clean $75 ea Call
(941-629-3056
SECTIONAL sofa, large, nice
cond. Light peachy color.
$270. (941)-575-7613.
Sinks, bathroom white molded
marble, w/Moen fixtures, sil-
ver & gold, 33 1/4" X 20"
$110. & 46" X 20" $130,
(941)-505-5766
SOFA& LOVESEAT, $375.
CHINA CLOSET w/4 matching
chrs, Dining table, top quality,
like new $350 (941)493-2363
SOFA & Matching Recliner, rat-
tan, Florida fabric, $200. Call
941-625-597.7
Sofa Double Recliner, light
blue, good cond $100.
94 1 743-8563
SOFA, '100% High .Quality.
Leather. Used about'3 mos.
Sacrifice. $850. ..
941-423-7876
SOFA and LOVE SEAT, Florida
colors, like new condition
$375. 2 rattan chairs, with
cushions, ottoman $150. Call
941-255-3546- I
SOFA 76' LIKE nEW
7iF I FABRIC, 3 CUSHION,
.,195 080 (941l-497-0522
SOFA: ` Matching Florida
"orat. Iie new $225 each.
19411-697 1499
STORAGE cab., wood, ,$100;
map!e hutch. $175;
microwave. $20. 624-6402
Table White, Double Pedestal
Oval, 42" X .62", w/leaf,
extends to :6 1/2', $85, NICE
QUALITY (941)-613-3623
TABLES & 6 CHAIRS +
HUTCH. 5$250.
(9411-625-1937






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

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

(941) 205-1000

TRUNDLE BED,' mattress &
springs, A-1 cond. $35
(941485-8161
TWIN BED, SertaPedic mat-
iresp .& hrt sr,,,rn w/frame


cessing w/typewriter mode,
good cond. (941)473-2666

6065 CLOTHING/
JEWELRY

Need Extra Room
in your Closet??

Donate New or
Clean used formal/
Prom dresses to
Venice High School

Dresses will be available.
for "FREE" to students
attending the 2005 Prom.
for more info or to make
a donation for prom tickets
Please call Linda Eaton
941-488-6726
Drop off at
VHS...
1 Indian Ave,
Venice, FL
34285
or Email
Unda_eaton@
sarasota.k12.fl.us

Platinum Diamond Ring .58
TCW Exc.Cond Pd. $1875
Ask $750/080 941-467-
0265 OR Email ,
katie0882000@hotmail.com
for pic

6070 ANTIQUES
COLLECTIBLES

I BUY WW I- 11, helmets,
insignia, knives,, patches,
etc. etc. (941-624-6706
ownrisizing' Mist Sell' Cherry
Blossom DelpnilIe 45 pcs,
146' Swanky Swigs, Boyd
Glass Jadte "'itchenwhare
McCoy cast Iron, Dolls Ashlor
Drake Call 764-6318 aft5pm

ANTIQUES WANTED
China, Glassware,
Furniture, Sterling
Silver and Most Items
Over 50 Yrs. Old.
Call Pete 475-6694 or
429-1139
BUYING Arniues. co.ir
ie:libles, cnirna, glassware.,
sterling. paintings, furniture,
watches. jewelry, post cards.
I BUY ESTATES
(941)-575-8685
ALWAYS' BUYING CHINA
Antiques. Paintings, Silver
New England Antiques
(941) 639 -9338
.UKEBC,:,. Seeburg, holds 80
records Solid statee' Circa
1960's. $350. Cash 1941 -
639-4247

6090 MUSICAL


:PNI bir 1ab. '-'"'"..... 50 WATT GUITAR AMPLIFIER.
- .' 1941-28-8 '0 Yamaha, $75. (941.)-575-
Twin Beds, w/sheets and com- 4792 9 4 ). 5
forts, 2 night stands and TV WE BUY USED GUITARS
stand excellent condition. WS GF UTCar, C S
$135 obo 4292133 Frank, 941-276-8114
Waterbed, king, hardwood, 6- Electra voice 5, 300 PA speak-
drawers storage new heater, ers. 12' & horn. powerful. new
$50.426 1981 : 1,30oQ par. Will sell quick for
WATERBED. queen se, 6 $500(941716-3025 ,
drawers. 5300 1941162"' Guitar lesouni, 28; rs. exp. All
1500 ages. At your hornet if desired
941-408-9515
6040 TV/STEREO/RADIO MUSICAL EQUIPMENT, used
PA, speaker's, all sizes, base,
27' TV. Zenith, entertainment guitars, power amps, mixers,
cent Black, good 'condition, keyboard, drums, etc. (941)-
$140 both. SOLD! 423-9612 or (941)-626-4675
:B RADIOS & ACCESSORIES ORGAN, Freedom II by Estey,
$25-$100. New in box. never used. '$2500/obo.
(941)-488-3966 (941)-766-1728
Kenwood Stereo, 3-pic. rack' ORGAN- HAMMCOl, ID HI
system. :Cassette deck. CD manuals. $2C10 o.
player, 6. Receiver and Cerwin (941)-493-1408
Yega, AT12. $250. 941-423- Organ-Kawai-KX430, exc.
9501 cond $4,000 Value ,Make
PROSAN (RCA) 36" TV with cab- offer! (941)-497-2077
net, PIP, Guide Plus & Remole PIANO KIMBALL CONSO-
S500 OO 019411830-1100 LETTE, $450.00.
(941)-639-0009
SONY SPEAKERS floor 9
models; good cond. 2 @ $25 PIANO HEINTZMA', Sprint
ea. (941)-629-1282 Upright and bench. Beaut.
'91)6218 cond. $750. (941)423-7876
SOUND Sign Stereo set, 'comn-, 1 :
plete, light oak.finish; $75/ 6095 MEDICAL
obo. (941)-265-0461
TV large screen Phillips ELECTRIC LIFT CHAIR 3
HDTV, 55", 1 year old with months old $350 Call 941-
remote & manual. $800. 485-2117
(941)-828-2606 Lift chair by Pride, coral fabric
TV, 35" Sony, 3 yrs old, $300. call 941-5754090
$400., Entertainment ctr. Lt. weight Wheelchair, $200,
black, 6x7, $400., or all for fold up Walker $40
$750. (941)-575-.1666 (941)493-8870 evenings
TV- MITSUBISHI HDTV MEDICAL EQUIPMENT JAZZY
low profile, I yeatrold with Pwr chair parts, scooter
remote & manual; $650. parts, tires, drive-trains &
(941)-828-2606, more. 941-752-0027


(941)-628-9598-

6110TREES & PLANTS \ 11

BANANA plants, $5 each; Can-
nias, $2 each. 941)-743-0087

Fox Tail Palms 10 12 ft.
$250 planted. (941)-637-
7783 Gr,
LIVE OAK TREES
15' tall Delivered & Planted
$185. Mike at 941-485-9107
or 941-232-6880
VIBURNUM (good for privacy 105 ARCADIA AREA
hedge) Eugenia, Hong Kong


6135 BICYCLES/ 6135 BICYCLES/ 6138TOYS
TRICYCLES TRICYCLES
R/C car's nitro 1/10 scale
BIKE, Ladies & Man's 3-spd, LADIES 26" Huffy bike, 21 1 new, 1 used, adult owned,
hard to find, good tires $35/ gears, 15 months old. $60. starter box, extras $400obo
ea. (941)661-4065 North Port (941)-505-0663 456-2006
BIKES, Men's 27", $85. Men's Ladies 3 wheel tricycle, good TRAMPOLINE $75 obo
26" $55., New tires, both exc. condition $45. SOLD!!!!!!! MOVING! MUST SELL!
cond. (941)-697-7159 (941)223-8112
FOLDING Bicycle, Dahon, 5- 6138 TOYS ARE YOU ONLINE?
speed, 16" wheels, complete INCREASE YOUR
with storage bag, & small han- BRAND NEW REMOTE CONTROL EXPOSURE!
die bar bag, good condition. CARS. Great to sell on Ebay. Add your internet address
$175. Great for boaters. Call $10.00/ea 941429-2806 to your ad for a little extra!
941-833-4383


6145 POOL/SPA/
& SUPPLIES

Pool pump, filter, stairs, auto
cleaner, for above ground
pool. $500 941-380-0506
POOL- above ground incl. all
accessories even pump.
$125. (941)412-1966
Solar -Panels (9), with attach-
ments, $50/ea. (941)-625-
2585

Employ Classified!


6060 COMPUTER 6095 MEDICAL
EQUIPMENT
MOBILITY SCOOTER-Pride
1998 HP Pavilion computer Jet 3.
w/monitor and speakers, New battery. $950. Punta
$400. Call 941-255-3096 Gorda. Call 661-3765
941-629-6337 Dave for PRIDE JAZZY power chair/
Prompt professional in-house scooter. Used 1 month. Cost
Computer repair, Instruction $5600 sell $1450. (941)-
& Upgrds. Days/Eves/Wknds 473-8558. Lift avail; also,
COMPUTER DESK, corner Pride Jazzy Power Mobility
unit, 3 tiers, It wood. $100 Chair with joystick, speed &
(941)423-9612 turn control & more! Excellent
cond. MUST SEE! $1000
COMPUTER DESK w/2 drawer firm. (941) 380-5856
filing cabinet, It oak, $85
(941)-497-0583 Rascal 235 3 Wheel Elect Scoot-
eComputer Desk r, used, sold as is, runs well
Computer Desk w/filing draw- $235 Frank (941)4731898
er. Oak, like new. $65. 941- 35Frank (94173-1898
423-6388 RASCAL SCOOTER, 4 wheel,
model 600F, red, never used,
HP 5650 Photo Printer & HP $850. (941)-662-5544
5470C Scanner, exc. cond., 5 (941--
$150 Call (941)488-3885 9-5 WHEELCHAIR, manual, blue,
PRINTER, HP color Ink Jet great for petite person. Brand
w/extra cartridges $20; new. $250obo SOLD!!!
SCANNER, Visionneer $20;
Good condition. (941)-764- 6100 HEALTH/BEAUTY
8896 after 6
Professional Spa Pedicure
PRINTER HP Deskjet 960c, Chair w/back massage, side
like new. $80. (9411)-627- & center trays & assorted
6777 products. Rarely used. Origi-
WANTED: Brother Word Pro- nally $3,500, asking $1,500,


130 NORTH PORT


orchids. Reasonable prices. 4/29/05
941-488-7291, VENICE. Garage Sale Sat & Sun 11422 r- SAT. 7IOOAM-Noon
SW Pine Ott Hwy 17 Sunny- IO MULTI-FAMILY
6120 BABY ITEMS breeze Lg Variety of things:. CHARITY FUNDRAISER
3670 Sesame Street: Off
BUNK BED, Birch, full bottom MOVING SALE -April 29,30, Sumter turn onto Cazes, Left
fwon ioo 2 drawers, beautiful IiT JmTI' ,5 IuW Windy ,,nt., same. Baby, Children,
piece, excellent condition. Pine Ev ntrllng ust. Mus.rhcid, Yard items.
$600. Call 941-255-3096 Two Family Yard Sale Sat 8am- --SAT. ONLY, 8am-3pm,
Instep.Dbl Jogger Stroller 4pm 2874 SE Norman Av. A 5858 Kenwood Dr. Lots
$100; Dbl sun stroller, New little Bit of Everything of clothes,. computer items
$50; Little Tykes Kangaroo and other misc. goodies!!
Climber $50 (941)493-8510 110 ENGLEWOOD SATURDAY, 7AM-3PM,
AREA L__4626 Oakley Rd.,
6125 GOLF FRI & SAT, 10-5, VARIETY HOUSEHOLD ITEMS!
ACCESSORIES m FRI & SAT, 10-5,
AC RIC l 10451-Pendletori Ave., SATURDAY, 9-2,
1,300 USED GOLF BALLS MOVING SALE!! Everything 4436 Grobe St.,
$100 must go! Rain or Shine Household items &.
'(941)-697-0098 FRI. & SAT., 8AM-2PM garage tools!
2004 GAS CLUB cart green 6761 Long Moss ;Ln.-Lanai [-I THUR/FRI/SAT., 9-?
w/tan, head, tail & brake set, dolphin sofa table & end 3539 Elyton Court
lights $3450. 941-628-1069 tables, light Xmas tree, bureau Jewelry, Frayne ladies fash-
w/mirror, 2 TVs, computer ions, household,, old tools.
CALLAWAY DRIVER, $55., desk, clothes, many other
Irons, New, $159.- items. MOVING S MUST SELL 135 PORT CHARLOTTE
S(941-627-2297 FRIDAY& SATURDAY, AREA.
EZ iC, 17CLF CART, good bat- E14728 Kemson Ln. (Gulf '
series, $800. (941-625-7638 Cove) Moving Sale! Furn., tools, Fri & Sat 8-2, 4469
GOLF CART, lub Car, elec. tbon.sai pots. antique..., etc: I Herder St (off O'Hara).
util. w,'charger. Dia plate. SAT orily' 8-4p,. ' Assjrtmen ol Ihirings!.
alum work box w/lail gale, 1n1752 Harvard St oh Old. i FRI & SAT .am2npm
$1500. SOLD!" Englewood Rd. Furn, disnies. 11447 Pearl St. Upright
Coil Clubs Right Handed glasses, lamps, baby items. freezer, crystal, oriental rug;,
w Bagt. Mei-Il Sraris $50, [-SAT OIIL,, 8AM-4PFM huLehld iWti.,, TUi[j'l.. et,'
Cart S25 Assld Clubs LIJ9961 Eagle Freserve r Fr. & SAT SAMiOO0l.
$500 Ea. OBO Must See! MOVIjG SALE: Furniture, 0 2365 Malaya CI Deer
/64-8648 cr 276-1927 housewares, tools, boating .reel Moving Sale! Furniture
KCubra clubs & copes, accessories etc 697-,892 & msc
g-aphile, oversized, lull seL rSAT..ONLY, 8AM Houonri
nI., S170,(239)-543-7531 6 798 Long Mo Lane
Baby lurnish'ngs and IU
6128 lurniture 194160-015.2 ---y
EXERCISE/FITNESS THURS, FRI SAT.,
El 8AM-2PM, AZTEC & ASSOCIATES
BUYING USED Treadmills, 6347 MCKINLEY TERR 23023 Lowville
Exercise bikes, .,'eig t equip Antique clocks, watches, Property is sold.
Play It Again Sports. US41 jewelry, swords, christmas Please come to the
South of Midway 255 13 7S decorations, bonoculars. Grand Garage Sale.
Weder All One GyLots for all. Lots of Goodies. 8am
Welder All ,n One Gym S.,O 3pm Fri. April 29.
Manual Treadmill $50 obo THURS, FRI SAT.. 3pm Fri. April 29.GUENTHER
(9411-423-1235 6 8AM-2PM, 941-629-3188
W e -i s, 6347 MCKINLEY TERR "
Welder PHatinun, Crosib,',w 1931 Ford P/U in parts & 0 5SAT v
pa. leg Ircren curl ,.arie pieces; 1978 Cobra in r--I1;r *v
prd m. old. Asrparts & pieces, hundreds t.l:r F,d. of Sandrll Blvd
onij 4 mos. old Asng750 of power & hand tools. jeep Cree MOVING SALE all
0BO 1941)426-4311 nailing gun, screw drivers., urn, Everyth.ng Must Go,
Weight Benchr, HO Wider, bar hammers, etc. '--FRI. & SAT 8am .
& 2001b weights $95.00 1120327 Rulheriord Ave.
941-6244617 125 NOKOMIS/OSPREY Baby clothes TV. VCR, Christ.
AREA mac, a litle bit o0 everything.
6130 SPORTING : I. Fl SAT, S'mr'pm,
GOODS FRI SAT, 7AM-.IPM, ; I 34&6 Dricoll A. F.ool
409~Palm Ave., d ump. furniture, household,
4 A R I e &W.i '/q k, ,i BIG FAMIL( CLEAN OUT!! hr,,l r. r. mi. it-ms


414 Mu&. u&tf, 0 J/ Darrel1-
nickel, ,ported, Mod 29-2, 3. FRI & SAT '.5
screw, $595. 941-637-0150 I, 110 RUBENS DR.
941-286-5606 Collector CHAIRS, LAMPS,
WANTED Old guns, LOTS OF EVERYTHING!
edged weapons & FRI/SAT 8-2 pm,
military artifacts' I 117 Sunset Dr, or 41
AK ADM65 16" Barrel, Folding HUGE GARAGE SALE!
Stock, Forward Grip; 7.2x39 .AT., 8AM-3PM
S750 Cal l941l405.'63S"-- 'ul Sandp.oer Ln
*RODS/REELS, 2 Shakespeare' MULTI FAMILi furniture,
BWS70.0 $70./pair. (941)- clothes, baby items, MORE
637-0899 r-iSATURDAY, 9-12,
RUGER M,n, 14 wth 40 1L2227 Lakewc.od Dr Sor-
round Mag. $499. rento E. Moving Sale. Sofa,
rou 1 h-a b .n. i-.. .... R..... . ..


95444440991




SUNCOAST GUN SHOW,
April 30th & May 1st
Sat. 9 -5, Sun. 9 -4
Lee Civic Center
Baysrhore Rd I Ft. Myers
BUY SELL TRADE
Concealed weapon class
$35 1 OAM & 2PM daily
TENNIS RACQUETS 131, Dunr
cp Blar' Ma, $50, Prince
CTS Graduate, $60, Wilson
Sledge Hammer, $60., GOLF
CLUBS Wilson ronrs &
Spaulding woods, $50. 941-
629-1282

6135 BICYCLES/
TRICYCLES

2) 21-sp. Mt. Fuji Mountain
bikes $95 ea. 941-637-7262
3-WHEELER, EZ RIDE, all
reconditioned. Lg basket.
$75 (941)-473-7467
BICYCLE- MENS 26" custom
Keywest style paint job, bas-
ket, $40. (941)412-1392


r-'FRI. & SAT.. anm.-3pm.
122142 Felton Ave 2
Web TV's, Card Cam camera,
computer desk & lots of misc!
I-FPI & SAT. 9 2, 564
IPosadas Cir End 01
Deep Creei Blvd. Furn riding
mr. ,er generator & more
n FRI SAT 93am2prm
2055 Ellery Slreei Many
new items, clothing & house-
hold. Exc. cond.
FRI. & SAT. 9AM-3PM:
L 13327 Windcrest Dr.


suub, UDesks, collect & more .Jacobs to Eleanor, off 776.
Multi-family sale. Something
130 NORTH PORT for everyone.
SAT 8am ?? NO Early
FRI. & SAT., 8AM-3. IBirds. 350 LENOIR ST.
432Q Mulrave Av. Power(Lakeview to Springview. to
shop tools,, band saw, etc. Lenoir). Kitchen, boat, lawn,
Boat motor & boat access. + stereo, RC car, much more.
LOTS OF MISC. -SAT., & SUN., 8AM-3PM,
FRI'. & SAT., 9am-2pm, 3212 Depew Ave. Appli-
L1602 Lomond Dr. (off Cor- ances, Queen waterbed,
nelius) Singer, day bed, cur- misc. clothing, much more!!
tain'.. Irures & lots more!! i-SAT. 12PM-5PM & SUN.,
FRI/SAT, 9am-3pm, .. 9AM-3PM. 22460 Delhi
Li 6097 Taneytown St. Ave. MOVING SALE: Furni-
HUGE NORTH PORT ESTATES *ture, dishes, toys, clothes,
SALE! Clothes, household, swing set, many misc. items!!!
furn, musical instruments, -SAT. 7:30 1, 21200
toys, tires, trailers & more. LiGaylord Ave. Dresser w/
No earlybirds! mirror, nite stands, chest,
SAT ONLY 7-1 sofa sleeper, tables, weight
4266 Montague Ln bench, bar stools, misc.
Bric-a- brac i-]SAT. 8 4,12134 Leroy
IAve. Furniture, house-
E Sat Only 8-2pm 2445 wares, baby items & lots of
I Vancouver Ln. 'off Cham- .misc.
berlin. Antiques, HH itmes,
furniture. [ISAT. 8 -4, 1242 Talbot
liSt. off Quesar. Quality,.
SAT. 8-2. 2398 Pilger Ave. variety A to Z. Quality
(On Chamberlain near Pricel
Housewares, ighrts, boos, [-I SAT., 8am -2pm,
jewelry, fabric, more. I14379 Larkspur Ct.


135 PORT CHARI
AREA

r--SAT., 8AM-?,
IIMcGrath Circle.
way, past Edgewater
McGrath). Ladders, lin
nature, freezer books
SSAT Sam.pn
D Song St. Wide\
misc. items.
r SAT., 9-?, 2513
LIDr. Fishing t.ckI
& saltwater, Ig; reel
household items. 623
SAT. 9-3pm
Springview Ave.
sale. Kids toys, ho
furn., organ, wall unrit
F' SAT., 9AM-2PM,
LSinclair Street
items, household goo
supplies, furniture, to
-SAT. ONLY, 54(
Cir. 3 family Hi
goods, Xmas decor.
box of soffit.
SAT. ONLY 8
F14192 Gingold
Edgewater). EVER
MUST SELL.. Chi
fishing, home '
kitchen and "Many
items from A -Z.'
SAT. 11JL. ,.AM
terin Chur.ch .:
garden Ave bei P
LCOlingswocod To.al C
DSA THURS ,
SAT & SUfI 9A
4341 Gardner Dr. O
waler. 4 horne den
eve, ything must p
remove. 1941-,27 12
F ITCIA.I 5
LJ25259 Laror
iDeep Cr reel- I SIe A
rnachine m,rn, P:l.
equipmenri, ladies. i
aulomartic shill hike.
piano mint; port a cr
baby lerms, name bra
ing,. and misc items

140 PUNTA GO
AREA

i. Antique Fish
Reels and Lure
Punla Gord3 Train I
Flea'Marlel *Sat Ap

I- FRI, SAT I.ar.r'p
.. 26435Angelii.a
n9 mI ,, er hain a,3
r c:ordu. household r
D FRI. 9am4pmrr
12 3 5 rmi
Bermont Rd, 2nd hi
leht past Water Tr
Plant. Remodeling sa
lI,.ures. furniture. pro
0'ionf. is damaged Iron
everything inr good
194 1 I- 37-0126
[ PGI Fr, .at 9 a
1I 64 Tropicana
Marion), MOVIJCG SA
must go this week
household of newer fu
-"SAT. 9AM ?,
1Chapman Blvd. C
Park. "Mussin Miss It
thing must go. Some
everyone.
--SATURDAY 8:
Train Deppt
Mall. (Taylor & Carma
YARD SALE! Don't
one! Dealer, space av
(941)-639-677
D-THURS., FRI. & S
1424 Seagull I
Garage Full, colle
antiques, china, g
objects D'art, hou
tools & misc. Aqui Est
Harbor, Albatross, Wh
to Turtle Dove to Seal

145 ROTONDA A

SFRI & SAT, 9-5,
827 Boundary Blv
Beds, Twin, 2.2 Merc O
household goods & mis
D FRI/SAT, 9-2f
42 White Mar
Mechanic's tools, yar
ments, gas grill, ho
items, dock lines & bu
SSAT only, 8-12
S 225 Mark Twa
Plants, hibiscus, sma
& misc.


LOTTE


145 ROTONDA AREA


l SAT only, 8-4pm,
19010 11,0 Annapolis Ln.
(Off Mid- Furn, fishing tackle, etc.
r left on
nens, fur-. [ SATURDAY, 94,
& more L161 Parview Terrace (Sun-
nybrook to Rotonda .Cir,L to
'. ParviewRd.) Lots of goodies,
variety of
155 SOUTH VENICE
Hjirb,:,ur AREA

s, lures, -_FRI & SAT 8am sharp
3-3639 [I]965 Auburn Rd. S.
i. 802 Venice Dining & living furn.,
Moving bikes, exercise equip, organ, etc
)usehold FRI, 9-4, SAT 9-3PM,
I I 103 Hourglass Dr, off
104 SE 776. MNvili,. SALE' Furn,
t. Misc. tools, household, misc.
'ds, craft FRI, SAT., & SUN. 8AM
655Clematis Rd. Alot of baby
0 Sharon clothes & items, adult clothing
household kg. brass bed, armoire, dress-
ations & er, Irg. mirrors, & much more
--SAT only, 8-3pm, 5881
St. 12, .iFern Rd, off 776. HUGE
St. ( MOVING SALE! Treadmill,
'YTHING exercise equip, furn, lots misc
hildrens,
:dedo;' i- l- *SAT& SUN., 8-2,
y" more D 950 HIIDEOfN RD
1y-more QOHl
~ .,;,' LOTS ,)F Ml:
Pre:.t:,. y iAT 8AM. 708 Colgate Rd.
n Wier' Hanging art, ,:l-i'idr ,: desks,
ellam ,, music, hrouser,:'i.i items.
l,,i, ut EveIrtirng goes' 1day only
Fli. m SATURDAY, 8am-1
AM.3PM. II 269 Algiers Dr.,
,rt Edge (Venice East) MOVING
Ti, ,-le. SALE!! PRICED TO SELL
c, u. u w SATURDAY 9-4
... VENICE KMART
AM sPM PARKING LOT
e Lane SCHOOL GARAGE SALE
ALE Fa,. NON-PROFIT......
addonI ,-r ,,Tei-lhi,, h.r FI r,',-,.
Oit.de-d Food and Refreshments
iamijna offered.
rtb Other
i-d clin,- 160 VENICE AREA
galore" ,
D FR SAT, 7:30AM-4PM,
RDA 678,N. Green Circle,
. our,ir, iub Ei ales Hu.i:
Iemniiron aie E.ro-r,,,vi
thing Goes, Furniture, Appliances.
's- Old & lots of misc!!!
Depol Ifi IE ;ALE UlTIL MA, 6
ri 31.:1h 1' ] 1304 Capr,-rle : elvd
All ciloth,ng., "i' ,ce'rt 5,: .
m SFH M, 14.16 l 1 .i o. ,|mi'
Rd P|,J PIsC3 call I-I . J-12;' .
n t' i, --ISat I Sun snma pm
-" 111431 Nantucket Rd.
SAT 9. MOVING SALE Furniture,
downr Clothes, Lots of misc.
house onr, r-SAT. 4/30, 8AM-2PM
,eatrrent L439 Pineview Dr.
le! .Light Venice East Area.
o01 aI'e, PRE-MOVING SALE, Many'
' ':'ior, computer printers, fax4 type-
cI .::nd writers, antique dresser, and
lots' of miscellaneous
arrm.6pm SAT. 426 North Jackson Rd.
Dr Ilot (Off Venice Av.) HUGE YARD
ALE All SALE MOVED DOWNSIZING
nd! Full Furn., halters, saddles, etc.
SAT. 8AM-12 569 LaGorce Dr.
2433 Venice Gardens. Dining rm
Charlotte set, patio set, trolling motor,
". Every- lawn swing, etc.
thing for
fo SAT. APRIL 30
9am-2pm
30am-?, VENICE ACRES
Antique HERMITAGE BLVD
alita) BIG MULTI-FAMILlY -
miss this, LOTS OF VARIETY ITEMS
ailable.
74 ISAT.7AM. MOVING SALE
11358 West Limeberry PI.
AT, 8-3, Ridgewood MHP, enter park
Ct. PGI. from Albee Farm Rd. 1st right
ectibles,
lass & r-SUN &MON, May 1st &
isehold I 12nd,'10 Gulf Manor Dr.,
ta to Bal Estate/Moving Sale! Qn bed,
ipporwill 2 twins, nice Rattan Loveseat
gull. & Sofa & misc.
[THURS/FRI/SAT, 8-3pm,
REA F 1 321 Gardenia Rd.
ESTATE/MOVING SALE!
Everything must go, new Qn
yd., sleeper & loveseat, ent unit,
)utboard, misc furn, computer desk,
sc. bolts of fabric, books, dishes,
m, Christmas Around the World,
sh Ln. much, much more! Or by
d imple- appointment (941)-284-6977.
3usehold
bumpers Ye Olde Antique Shop
(941)-488-3205 or 416-
2pm, 2589 2 Dealer Spaces
ih Dr.' left in the antique district,
ll trees, Miami Ave. (on the Island)


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Friday, April 29, 2005, Real Estate Classified


6145 POOL/SPA/
& SUPPLIES

SPA 5 PERSON never used,
redwood cabinet, loaded.
5hp, 24 JETS. $1495.Call
941-544-0281
SPA, like new, 3-pers. Pro-
Shield Sierra 3000, portable,
both air & jets, cost $2600 -
$1200 obo. (941) 697-0994.
MANUFACTURER DIRECT
GET MORE FOR YOUR $$$
View Spas at: eemspas.com
7 Day Showroom 941-371-5259

6160 LAWN & GARDEN

16HP Cadet Riding
Lawn Mower, like new!!
$700 (941)-697-6938
25 hp scotts tractor 50 inch
deck runs great but needs lit-
tle work $400 941-639-5060
33" Snapper Rider, exc. cond.
electric start, many extra
parts. $525 (941)697-5234
CHIPPER/SHREDDER -TROY
Bilt, 8hp, Like new cond.
$400/obo 941-423-0101
CRAFTSMAN Riding mower, 4
spd, 38", 12HP, Runs good.
$100. *SOLD-
CRAFTSMAN Lawn Tractor,
21HP, 42"cut, MUST SEE!!!
$775 (941)-423-2643
CRAFTSMAN RIDING MOWER
lOhp, 5spd, 30", Exc. cond.
$250/obo 941-460-9916'
Husqvarna mower zero turn,
200 hrs. $3,950 or $4,500
w/trailer, (941)-456-1436
LAWN CARE EQUIP. and trail-
er, with tool box, 14pcs of
equip including tractor, all are
2 yrs. old. and exc cond.
$3375 neg. (941)-766-0424
LAWNMOWER, WALKER ZERO
TURN. 4 YEARS OLD. RUNS
GREAT! S-,.3i'0 '060 '
941-475-0724 OR 830-1120
MISC YARD TOOLS, mower,
trailer, & hand tools. from
$10-$50/obo. 941-575-6373
MOWER, 42" Walker rider,
20hp, 350 hrs only, also
spare engine, rebuilt, new
paint. REDUCED TO $3600
(941)-766-1913
MOWER, Craftermans, rider,
12hp, 4 spd., 38" cut, works
great, $300. (9411-235-1435
Rider Masey Ferguson 14H,
38" deck. $1,200 Cost
$2,300 Al cond, 2 yrs old,
must'see. 941-697-1370
Signature MTD, 42" cut riding
lawn mower, 14 1/2 hp runs
good $200.obo 468-4664
SNAPPER RIDING LAWN
Milr WE.l 1 ':Hp 2.' 'l.ut.
; l : r? 1l l4 -'..1!.."?-


6160 LAWN & GARDEN 6170 BUILDING
SUPPLIES
TOP SOIL, delivered to most
areas. Buy bulk & save! 10, 15 OSB Plywood, 13 pieces,
& 20 yards. $10/yard. 48"x54", some longer $5. ea.
Spreading avail. Lic & Ins. Cash Only 941-473-5571
(863)-990-1053
(863Y-990-1053SLIDING GLASS DOORS
TORO SELF PROPELLED, w/tracks, excellent cond.
Mulch or bag. 22 mo. warran- $50. (941-412-1966
ty. $225/0B0. 941475-3704
ty. $225/ 941-475-3704 Vinyl Siding; 1000 SF White,
Troy Bilt Garden Tractor, Dutch lap, in box, cost $1000
16.5HFP's, 42" mulch deck, used asking $400. SOLD!
Werner Fiberglass 28' Ext. lad-
.O eTann u:nel/ der $175. (863)-491-5414


6230 PETS &
LIVESTOCK
14 yr old Arabian mare gr. w/
children 3 yr old gelded arabi-
an (green) 3 yr old gleded
painted horse (green) 1 yr old
arabian mare $1000. ea
(863)-993-0717
2 Cats, 8-10 yrs old, declawed
(4), Male, fixed, very loving,
can't have them & grand child
$25 (941)485-8670
4 YR. OLD 4 LB TO') rORKIE,
Female, Kennel & clothes inc.


BUILDINGS 690 Must Sell $550.0b0941-628-
BUILDINGS 690TOOLS/ 5978
10x7 SHED, Still in good MACHINERY 5 BRAHMAN cows, exposed
shape, $50. Pavers if needed. to Angus Bull, $600. (863)-
You remove. 941-204-5056 Air Compressor Eagle, 60 gal., 494-4450 -
5HP, brand new, $550 (941)270-
SHEDS NOW IN PT. CHAR! 7432 or (941)6980398 (8) RABBITS, male &
PRICED TO SELL! female, 6 weeks old. $500
(941-623-3742 GENERATOR, COLEMAN (941) 637-8115.
(352-279-3281 3000, runs good, lightweight,
1 person can. carry, $250. Brd Cage. 4 H on wneei., ;. :,.
Storage bens, RV & Boat (941)-255-9390 2',.side guards, outside perch,
storage available. Secured $55, (941-626-7145
Public Storage. 863-993- GE[ERATOR, Coleman, 3750. ,
1355 watts, 6HP, used 2 wks. BIRDCAGE, large white'.on
$350. SOLD!!!!!!! rollers,; 23Wx32U42H, $.10
6170 BUILDING POWER LADDER w/8', & 4' obo (941-255-1916
SUPPLIES extensions, good cond. $450. Boxers, AKC, 1 while male, -1
(9411-539-7435 white female, 1 fawn. 8
16 x 8 Insulated 5 panel weeks. 4/8/05 $500,' t41')-
Garage Door with tracks and 6195 FARM EQUIPMENT' 575-8941
parts $225. (941) 505-9775 But ir. PURE BRED MIrtJ
4 HOME DEMO SALE 1950 8N, no rust, no smoke, LV1P, Great as sh-ow or
Plumbing, electrical, /C starts great, also attachments pel w paper; 25
units & parts, fixtures, appli- $2950. 941-276-3633 .4460-0152 A,.-
ances, furniture, trees, CAT YOUNG male tabby:
shrubs, flowers, doors, win- 6220 OFFICE/BUSINESS -eutered. declawed, loveable
dows, blinds, toilets, vanities. EQUIPJSUPPLIES r hurricane displaces. Need-,
You remove. (941)-627-1233 loving home. $10., 624-6323
4 Used Awning Type PGT Win- FILING cabinets, ,commercial CATS, FREE to good home
dows 37x50.62. Good Cond grade, 4 drawers, $35 ea. giimel_ Iyr.'M. neut; Calico
$100 ea. PH.941-625-1395. (941)-743-0761 1.vr. F, ;,payed r9411-650.9665
AC HEAT system central HUNDREDS OF Pre-owned CHIHUAHIIA, :' yr-oi Female.
Complete, New in box. desks, files, chairs, confer- hou~,uuc ren, pertecit for
$1700 (941)-342-9033 ence tables, partitions, older couple. a real lap dog.
workstations. All at huge .-I100 (941-1232873
Almost brand new accordian savings. Office Outfitters
aluminum shutters, Retail $700 881 E. Venice Avenue Chihuahua T-Cup Pups,
Sell for $350 941-429-2806 Venice 485-7015 or registered, paper trained.
CHAIN LINK fence w/2 dbl 1-,(800)-330-9215 1941-423-7256
gate free, you remove, (941- DOG iKEIrNEL 10...106, brand
766-8803. 6225 RESTAURANT new Paid $275: as.inr Si 50.
Entrance Door, Double, aSUPPLIES,. 141 4"3-840c
74"WX81"H DOG TRAINING House-
$250 (941)-497-7301 COOLER, Upright, 30", glass breaking, Puppy problemT,
door, like new, $900. Obedience. April 26th.Next
FRENCH DOOR w/beveled 941-628-1069 class 922-2497 or 4856672
USED REST. EQUIPMENT: DOUBLE Yellow Headed Ama
GALV. METAL, 8000 sf, Pizza Ovens, ranges, griddles, :on Parrot, 4 yr old luvenile
Quanset building, complete slicers & more. Call Iichelle :-ais aloi, likes attention, 2
with blue prints,, ready assem- @ 239-470-2724 cages, very ig, I med. iis
ble, $8400. 863-990-5136 acces, 5'650 all
Hurricane roll shutters, all 6230 PETS:&' (941 1.7708 .
hr,jl.a.re ,in,:1 11 windows & LIVESTOCK, FERRETS male & eimale
2 sliding doors. 941-460- cages & accessories
1696. Leave number. GIVE A HOMELESS CAT Born descenled 5200. obc.
Insulated Panels Ideal for car- or KITTEN A SECOND Call anytime (941H68-0308
ports, shed s $3.00 ea. Refrig. ,, CHANCE! 492-6200. FISHERMEN'S VILLAGE
$95 (863)494-1021 St.. Francis Animal Rescue CFISHERMEN'S VILLAGE
Adoptions to qual homes.
MISC. WINDOWS, (White vinyl Adopton to qual home d, male, blacl, & while L,;,e-
frame) $25 each: 9' pocket 10i0i GLLON FISH TANK able. Inside only. Must be
:Iir, dLj:r. I, 1.0 :t.o t''rer 5125 rineutered. (941 -639-1761 or
,,.l,": ireim 9.41.5."5-i0' 9.-14295.013 863494-0289.


6230 PETS & 6230 PETS &
LIVESTOCK LIVESTOCK

FOUND LAST CHANCE Fox- POODLES Tiny, Tiny Apricot,
hound/ Begle look alike on female & black mail. 9 wks,
Kings Hwy towards Arcadia. $595-$650 (941)429-9373
Call to identify. 941- 639-
1761. 863-494-0289 SCHNAUZERS AKC, 9WK ELE-
GANT FEMALES. HOME BRED
FREE. 2 Parakeets, 1 $475 (941)429-9412
green/yellow, 1. pure white
w/cage. (941-697-0149 SEA CLEAR
FREE to a good home Dog PET CENTERS
4yr. old rrmi,ed breed, short BEST SELECTION
hair,, neutered male named LOWEST PRICES
BUBBA. Perfect health, up to oars, Fish, Suppls,
date on shots, comes with Aquariums. Publix Plaza.
years supply of heartworm North Port. 941429-0349
meds. Is an excellent watch
dog, is smart, loyal & loving SHEEPS FOR SALE 2 breeder
Weighs 52 lbs & approx 24" males one black face one
.tall, very muscular; Owner white face w/horns $200. ea.
moved to condo with 35 Ib wt. Ewes & lambs $50.-$100. ea.
limit. s being kenneled while (0993-0717
loo' ing for a home. 941-637-
9359 Shih-Tzu pups available now,
GERMAN SHEPHERDAKC pups/ champion background. 941-
a-ul0 Pi:h COlo'r-, rlamil1 ori- 268-4672.
entId 5550 up 1941 -09-6242 I
GOLDENEI RETRIEVER 6250 APPLIANCES
PULPPiES. AKC: Reg. Firs 2
hoi,. health cr Ready to 2ND HAND TREASURE
go. $650 Female, S600 Stoves S95+ Refrig $125.
Male. 94 1>2582158 Washers $95 Drers $85
urade Quarter horse l VT.
geldir,ng 'reaground mririer: A & A APPLIANCES
well brl,- ,al.:i ., ip.., ,o:, LIKE NEW!
vices :.2,'.00'41 2? :4:.:344 Refrigerators; $75,' W hivler:
$75, Dryers, $75, Dishwash-
HORSES FOR SALE ers. $99. Stoves $75. Stack


We have a wd variety ol
horse:, avail.3ble
THOROUGHBRED. PAINTS,
PALOMINOS & QUARTER
AT REASONABLE PRICES.
Let our experienced manager
arid trainer put Vou in the sia.
dlie : ite ri ehrt Crie
BWR Ft. Ogden:
Contact Dave
941-234-7660
IMPS Internet Mirniaure
Pinrcrer Rescue Service rtas
Minpini available for adop-
tion In approved hc'ms All
'logs that we pla':e wIll have
up-to-date shots, and wIIl te
*.pyed or neutered Therre i
ar, applic tin pr'oc.e-s a,,d
ad lptC rdonatorn required
Please visn our website at
www.minpinrescue.ore or
Call us at 7434226
i 'areri's irter Care- nr, home
pet care, your house or mine.
aihn a ltai service available.
941-875-4070 or 6,25-7861
KITTENS 3 blue eyed lu..edo.,
I calico, Swls FREE to living
home. 941-764 1449 after
5pm. ,
PET WIRE CAGE,' fold &
carry, 20x17x24, almost
new, $25. S 0 L D
Pomeraniarn pups AKC Male
& Female, hreaih cert. 55:00
& S600. 19411-639-2332


laundry $199: .Side-By-Side
Refrigerators starting at
$149..Delivery available.
100% Guaranteed
(941)-627-4104
APPLIANCE WORLD Wash
er. DEr/ier $129 a or
$2'49 -set deliver, avail. I
vear Warranty 941.766'0 '.2'
DISHWASHER GE. TRITON
AL,. used 2 rros under
warranty until 4 07. Bisque
$225 (94.1)42993 3
Dryer, Hrilprjirit, Ig capaCit
W',ri s .reai. Won new one. 75
'b 1 i i- 1 .1 .9 . .'41t


6250 APPLIANCES


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3 piece Samsonite -t-el blue
FPLEEZE, WESTIIGHiOUSE, oanriable 7.15
Upright, 16 cu.n E.o: ind. 1(94 -1' 93.cS -vr-nrig;
$160. (941)488-3966 BA RL L
BURN BARRELS
MOVING MUST SELL. Ken- $8 EA
more stacking. Washer & ARCADIA 863-990-3345
Dryer, used 3 months t, 375 . .MPUT ._- . 4
obo.'( all 4 5751:,29 or ..
cell # 612-875-350.1 rg, '9 C 60 all 9 rer .
p.m. (941) 627-6994.
RANGE, GE, White, brand new Folding Portable Stainless
with- warranty. $250. Call Steel Bar $200 obo, Tub show-
(941)-815-0685 er doors $80 (941)423-1235'
REFRIG. 19 cuft. white sever- LAWN MOWER, Murray 22,
'1 <, I e o nnn 25b. Bothr Obo. Call 941-637-
al months new..$325. 8000 $25. Both obo. Call 941-637-
BTU Room A C urnit god 3922.
cond. $100.(941-146-0.475 MOVING: TABLE SAW, $55,
var 525 TV J$4) i'e- .5.
REFRIGERATOR. G E.. Rurn;. up power 1oo11. Gravely
good, Sell :efrost, whrle Mower. Plants Price. nei-g'.-
$50 obo(9411-255-1916 .abie 941 697-4397


REFRIGERATOR, SEARS Ken- RENOVATION SALE!
more, double door, water & 3 hurricane garage doors
ice & light in door. Black panel w/track, 8x7, $500. (new
facing, like new, $450 obo. $800. ea.) 2 Pella dbl pane
(941)-629-7011 tinted windows, 3x5
STOVE, Whirlpool, electric, 4 w/screens, mounting bars &
yrs, $75; hood $10; Maytag blinds, $200. ea. (new $750.
refrigerator 15 cu.ft ag 2 yrs.ea) 2 Therma Tru, ext. doors,
$75; window A/C $25. Call 3x6'7" $100. ea. 5 brass plat-
941-575 4039 ed nautical ext. lamps, $20.
ea., 2 Ginger Jar lamps w/sea
STOVE, white Westinghouse, shells, $75. ea. sturdy wood
Whirlpool portable dishwash- gardeners work bench 3x5
er, $100. both 941-830-0139 $75., 941-286-5871.
STOVE- WHIRLPOOL, 30" Screen Printing Equipment,
glass top, self cleaning Asking $3,500
almond $100. 941-743-6938 (941)-496-8545
Washer & Dryer, Refrigerator SHAMPOO BOWL-cabinet &
& eleclri.: ra-ige .00' '. chair, $150; CLOTHES
Call (94 l-19 21 34 DRYER, $25. (941)-484-0826
Washer &,Dryer GE$100ea SSGRILLS, 24 x 72, w/31 x
0 GE Range SODOWhirlpool 19 ro72
GE Range1-O Whir 19 cook top, lots of extras.
fridge water/ice 200.00 $450. Smaller Ducane Ameri-
0 GE Refridg $100. cana, 36 x24, $200. (941)-
941492-6698 625-8009
WASHER or DRYER $100
Lg. cap., lyr warr., 6270 WANTED TO
(941)766-0226 BUYTRADE
CODs' Welcome! BUY/TRADE
Washer great cond., Dryer A COLLECTOR BUYING
good cond., white, Maytag, Old Fishing Lures, Rods,
$125/both, (941)-626-7145 Reels. Call 941-743-9114
WASHER, Kenmore/Dryer, I PAY THE MOST!!
GE. Both under '2 yrs old.
Greil conrJlic.on. i00 e i, h '

Washer/Dryer $150 takes 10 REASOI
both, 941-629-3363
WASHER/DRYER, Kenmore, THE tlAS
wrnle, only used 1 yr. $350.
(941)-697-9485 To sell yot
antique pi
WASHER/DRYER, Whirlpool,
,,ea C ,apac ui ,e .'el un, To locate the
ar temp ,jeti.., your'dreams ol
warranty 5499(941-2,-'36 ..' when it's time ti
WHIRLPOOL Wa rer 1Dryer. To shop forL
Very g 'ood 'o:'rdllr, i,:rh .'.: beginning golfs
_. SOLD isn't quite up to
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WAS $6,488 Stk. #PR14295A Only 47K Miles...IS $3,988
1999 CADILLAC DEVILLE
WAS $11,988 Stk. #PR14025A IS $7,988
1994 CHEVROLET CORVETTE
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2004 FORD MUSTANG
WAS $21,216 Stk. #T18168A. IS $12,988
1999 BUICK REGAL LS
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2001 BUICK PARK AVE.


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(941) 205-1000

7010 AUDI


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CLASSIFIED AD

CALL FOR DETAILS!
Venice & North Port
Call 941-207-1200
Englewood Areas
Call 941-475-2200
Pt. Charlotte Areas
Call 941-206-1200
2003 AUDI A6. LOADED
22K MILES.LOADED .
.$25,900.


4/29/05
7020 BUICK
1985 REGAL, very fast, very
clean! 450+hp, 350 Chevy,
350 trans, 3500 stall, ported
polished alum heads, 520 list
cam, 3.73 gears, Hurst
shifter. $6500/obo (941)-
423-0171 or (941)-875-3236
WANTED- clean 1 owner late
model Park Av or Lesabre.
Please call before you trade in.
No dealers 941-504-3707
1990 Century, 1-owner, 35k
mi., immaculate, $3,495/obo,
(941-629-2457
1990 LESABRE custom, ice
cold A/C, V6, auto, exception-
ally clean, good mileage,
$1950. (941)-637-1933 dir.
1991 Century- Runs Good, Ice
Cold AC, Clean Interior $700
OBO SOLD!
1992 BUICK Roadmaster,
4D, V8, ac, full power 167K,
nice car. $1950. (941)-474-
1171 or 626-6114
1992 LESABRE, MINT COND.
Only 63k, loaded, garaged.
$3,800/obo (9411-929-2255
1994 Park Avenue, 160k mi.,
runs great, fully loaded,
$2,800, (941) 628-2068

CLSIFE


1995 LASABRE, good shape, 1976 Corvette all orig. match-
new tires, anti-lock brakes, ng #'s fact air, perf conrd. like
124K miles, $2200. Call 941- new $14,800/OB0 941-916-
639-0513 0925
2000 BUICK LESABRE 1976 CORVETTE STINGRAY
LC 4DED ONLY'38K 350 AUTO, T-TOPS, MATCH-
MILES $8500. ING #'S, RUNS GOOD.
~ $6000. 941 769-2039
1-800-259-4232 1985 Z28, 305, 68K miles.
Runs good. $2000. Call betwn
2003 BUICK LESABRE 2-8PM (941-408-8399
LOADED-GOLD 1986 Corvette, Ruby Red,
$17,900 -. exc. cond. $6500 or trade for
1-800-259-4232 Harley Davidson of. same
RlM/J, 1 ~value. .(941)-629-1008 or
2005 BUICK CENTURY 204-5055.
FULL POWER, LOW MILES & 1987 CAMARO V8, 4-bbl,
MORE. SAVE THOUSANDS auto, t-top, $2300/obo; 1982
X1775. .GMC, V8, 4-bbl, auto, short
941-922-0713 DLR. bed, $2300/obo (941-485-
4938
7025 BMW 1988 CORSICA, ice cold A/C,
V6, auto, low mileage, looks &
_ lu runs good, $1475. (941)-637-
1933 dir.
1989 325i, sunroof, runs per- 1994 GEOMetro, 124K, AC,
(941-624-5533 32 auto, new alt., start, bty.
Tires, brakes, runs good.
1990 BMW 7351, runs $750/ obo. 941-623-2305
excellent, 112k, $3200 obo Wood trailer, 5x8 $300.
941-380-0887
1994 LUMINA, 4dr., A/C,
1994 3251C convertible, good cond runs great! Needs
blue book $8,655. Sell for PS pump, $2400 OBO. Must
$7,500 (941)-475-1778 -sell, leaving town. 625-1598
2001 BMW 5301: 1995 CHEVY CAVALIER, runs
BL.ACK LOADED good. Cold A/C, $2500.
ONLY 41'KMILES (941)-286-5813
$25980 1996 CAVALIER 2 dr convert-
I;'t71 I -It.,T,.,*a? ible w/leather, 50K, AT, white
1-800-259-4232. on white, sporty ride! $4995.
(941)-628-8869 dir.
2002 BMW X5LOADED 1999 CAVALIER Z-24, con-
SILVER vertible, auto, 4-cyl, excellent
$27,980 cond, $6200. 941-575-7357
1999 CHEV CAMARO Convert-
ible, red w/black top, 32K mi,
2004 MINI COOPER one owner, new tires, custom
red/white, $18,800. made black/red leather interi-
(941-408-8498 info/pics or. $15,000. (941)-697-5838
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1990 SEDAN DEVILLE, 97k U iORI AM I .
mi., no A/C, runs great, $900. 2000 CAVALIER Z24,
obo. *SOLD* LOADED, EXTRA CLEAN,
1987 CADILLAC, 73K mi., LOW MILES $7,200.
good cond. 941-575-7187 (941)-639-1601, P.G.
1989 COUPE light gray, new 2001 CAVALIER, auto, air, like
a/c, must see, clean in & out. new, 29K mi. Set up to tow.
$2400/obo (941)493-3142 $600b. *SOLD!*
1991 Brougham, 4 dr., fully
loaded, 100K mi., Good cond.
$1950. 941-916-5228 GO ES
.- 1991 CADILLAC ;
DEVILLE LOADED LOW. 2001 MALIBU LS, 48K,
MILES CLEAN( $4995 CD, TAPE, LOADED, AUTO,
MINT! $8,450.
32 (941)-639-1601, PG.

1991 Deville, a/c, new tires,
runs great, .$1,650, '(941)- _
380-2955
1995 SEDAN DEVILLE, ele- 2002 CORVETTE Coupe extra
gant luxury ride was $6995 clean, chrome whis, loaded.
reduced to $6495. (941)628- $29,977. (941)-637-0587.
8869 dlr.
8169 SIea D 2003 CHEVY MALIBU- V6, only
1996 CADILLAC Sedan Dev- 3400 miles, LIKE NEW.
ille, good condition, $3995 $10,500. (941)-493-7946
obo. (941)-505-2929
1997 ELDORADO, red, good 7050 CHRYSLER
cond, Norstar engine. 1st
$6k takes it! (941)-276-4615 1985 CHRYSLER New Yorker,
1998 Cadillac Seville SLS, 2.2 Turbo, dependable trans-
Loaded, Leather, 121K. portation, $1000 obo. (941)-
$6500/obo. 941-626-8987 628-0220
1998 ELDORADO- Pearl white, 1992 CHRYSLER Imperial,
loaded, low miles, MINT. leather int., all power, 75K,
Serious only. (941-497-0382 runs great, $2500/ obo:
,2002 CAD9I4LAC (941)-623-2447
'DEVtLLEPARL-WHTE, 1995 Lebaron GTC, Convert-
18K MILES.F.I W.ESS ible, loaded, low mi., $3,995.
$2 ,800 .- (941)-628-8869 dir.
1996 SEBRING LXi, convrt.,.
,very good cond., $5000. obo.


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2002 DEVILLE DTS,
ABSOLUTELY GORGEOUS!
ON STAR, 30K, $25,250.
(941)-639-1601, P.G.
2004 Cadillac Deville beautiful
white gold color, like new
$25,000. 626-0320.
7040 CHEVROLET
1969 CORVETTE, new paint,
interior & tires, T-tops,
$12,500/obo, 94.1-916-5048


(9 1 )-b "8d
1997 L.H.S. ice cold A/C, V6,
luxurious ride, only 93k mile,
looks & runs great! $3500.
(941-637-1933 dir.
1998 CONCORDE LXI, cham-
pagne, leather, new brakes,
low mi, looks & runs great!
$6,550/obo (941)412-1026

GENE
GOBMAN'S
2000 LHS LXI, LOW
MILES, SUNROOF,
IMMACULATE! $11,790.
(941)-639-1601, P.G.


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7050 CHRYSLER

2000 SEBRING Convertible,
White, 67k mi. Exc. Cond.
$7995. (941)-628-8869dlr.
2001 CHRYSLER PT LTD
LEATHER, FULL POWER,
CHROME WHEELS AND
MORE. X1613A
941-922-1522 DLR.


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2001 SEBRING LTD trans, many new parts
CONVT., EXTRA CLEAN. installed, needs TLC $4
SHARP CAR! $16,490. obo (941)-423-9353
(941)-639.-1601, P.G.
(9 1998 JEEP WRANGLE
CYL HARD TOP SAH
GE0EI AUTO, AC CUSTOM STE
LIFTED 41N NEW WHI
fll WAJ'S TIRES NEVER IN MUD I
DRIVER $10,500. OBO.
2001 SEBRING LX 941-626-4567
CONVT., LOADED, DROP
THE TOP & GO! $11,690. 1999 JEEP WRANGLER,
(941)-639-1601, P.G. 5 spd., 38K mi., $9000/
(9411-575-2406 or 661-'
2001 T & C LXI, all power
incl gate. leather, LOADED,
exc cond, 49k mi, $14,750 G E
OBO 941-380-8050 a m-.


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VERTIBLE ONLY 22K
MILES $16,800
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spd., soft top, AC,,39K mi.,
$15,200. 941- 764-8764

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SPORTCROSS
CERTIFIED PLUS 3.9%
1-800-259-4232
zml


WIITE LOADED
$45,980

1-800-259-4232
2005 LEXUS LS430
WHITE CASHMERE ONLY
800 MILES $54,900

1-800-259-4232

2005 LEXUS LX470
LOADED ONLY 1400
MILES $61,500
1-800-259-4232


2005 LEXUS SC430
PEBBLE BEACH EDI-
TION, BLACK OVER
RED LEATHER 400 Ml
VERY RARE $61,800

1-800-259-4232

LEXUS CERTIFIED
PRE-OWNED
EVERY MODEL
3.9% FINANCING UP TO
60 MONTHS FOR A
LIMITED TIME ONLY
W.A.C
-800-259-4232


7090 LINCOLN
1997 EXECUTIVE CONGRES-
SIONAL Town sedan, 86K
miles, excellent condition, all
power, all the toys. tow pack-
age, 10 CD, AM/FM/Stereo,
$6000 FIRM. 941-627-6057
1998 TOWN CAR LIKE NEW,
ONLY 62,500 MILES.
$10,500. (941)-408-9704


7090 LINCOLN 7130 PONTIAC 7163 HYUNDAI 7195 MITSUBISHI 7240 MISC. IMPORTS


1991 SUNBIRD, CONVERT-
IBLE, 68K, turquoise w/white
top, very good cond.
$2500/obo (715)-412-0262
1997 SUNFIRE, 90K mi. good
condition, a/c needs repair.
$2500 obo. 941-624-5094
1999 SUNFIRE, AT, 62k,
excellent fuel economy,
sporty red with custom flames
was $4995 now $4595.
(941)-628-8869 dir.

GENE
GORMAN'S
2000 GRAND PRIX GT,
LOADED, LEATHER.
EXTRA CLEAN! $9,500.
(941)-639-1601, P.G.
2000 PONTIAC GRAND
PRIX GT LOADED 36K
MILES. $7995
1-800-259-4232


2003 LEXUS LS430 7135 SATURN
CERTIFIED PLUS 3.9% R A 71 ATURN
FINANCING ONLY 10K 73 0SMAST Rn
.VILES $48,800 2000 TOWNCAR CARTIER, 1996 SL2, Maroon, 4 Dr.,
,T. l .ir3.PEARL WHITE, S-ROOF Auto, A/C, great cond.
5. GORGEOUS! $17,400. $2,295/obo, (941)-629-2457
1-800-259-4232 (941)-639-1601, P.G. 2002 L100, Silver, 1 owner,
loaded, leather, AM/FM stereo,
2004 LEXUS ES330'S 2001 LINCOLN TOWN CD, alarm, new tires, meticu-
AND RX330'S SEVERAL CAR LOADED 40K MILES lously maint. $7,900 Day 941-
TO CHOOSE FROM. S 15,900 4860690; eves 941426-3011
SPECIAL PRICE UNITS 1-800-259-4232
FROM OUR LEXUS 2002 SATURN L-300 V6,
LOANER FLEET. 'AUTO, PW/PL, TILT, CRUISE,
CERTIFIED PLUS TAKE 2002 LINCOLN LS V8 LIKE NEW. $10,900
ADVANTAGE OF 3.9' GOLD OVER TAN 941-485-1531, DLR.
FINANCING UP TO 60 $17980
MONTHS ACCEPTING ,0 GENE
ORDERS ON A FIRST 1-800-259-4232
COME FIRST SERVED 11111 GORMAr'S
BASIS. 2002 LINCOLN LS VB 2002 SATURN L300,
1-800-259-4232 LOADED WHITE ONLY LOADED, LOW MILES,
I'tIm-rrrM"- -, ,i. 24K MILES $23,800 EXTRA CLEAN, $12,600.
2004 LEXUS ES330. 1-800-259-4232 (941)-639-1601, P.G
CERTIFIED PLUS 3.9%. ir-iu. U ,,,,
13K MILES. $27.980. USED SATURNS
2003 LINCOLN TOWN SALES. SERVICE &
1-800-259-4232 CAR LOADED WHITE PARTS
'"Mrk I''M $20,500 PRO-POWER
2004 LEXUS GS300 1-800-259-4232 AUTO SALES
CABERNET IVORY AND ','1.- ,. -.-,,, HIDDEN IND. PARK


GOLD PKG. WITH ONLY
595 ONE OWNER
MILES!!! HURRY
1-800-259-4232


.004 CHRYSLER 300M, (941)-639-1601, P.G. 2004.LEXUS IS300
LOADED, ROOF AND CERTIFIED PLUS 3.9%
CHROME WHLS. LOADED $25.800
$11,800 1-800-259-4232

1-800-259-4232 2002 JEEP Liberty Limited 2004 LEXUS LS430
2004 Pacifica, 3rd seat 4x4, leather, power. package, CERTIFIED PLUS 3.9%
moon roof, DVD systems& CDloaded $15,977 941- BRIARWOOD LOADED
navigation, loaded, 11,800 637-0587 52,000
mi., $28,400 (941)-423-7876 2003 Jeep Liberty, 6 cyl. 1-800-259-4232
2004 PT GT TURBO all power, factory I
LEATHER, FULL POWER, warranty. $15,990. 2004 LEXUS RX330
CHROME WHEELS, Cramer Toyota 484-9000 CERTIFIED PLUS 3.9%
SUNROOF & MORE. X1782 23- WFA[iiL FF V auto, FINANCING $34,980
941-922-0712 DLR. ," ,' ii .' i. L'11 top, M
2004 PT TOURING $14,900 (941)-266-2813 1-800-259-4232
.-ALUMINUM WHEELS,
FULL POWER, LOW MILES 7085 LEXUS 2004 LEXUS RX330
AND MORE. X1672 NAV/DVD, CHROME


941-922-0714 DLR.


2004 SEBRING LEATHER
FULL POWER, ALUMINUM
WHEELS AND MORE.
X1720
941-923-9400 DLR.
2004 SEBRING LX 4DR
LOW MILES, 6 CYL, FULL
POWER, ALUM. WHEELS
AND MORE. X1703
941-922-1521 DLR.
2005 PT TOURING TURBO
CONV. LOW MILES, FULL
POWER, ALUM. WHEELS
AND MORE. X1599
941-922-0711 DLR.

7060 DODGE

2001 NEON, 48k miles, cold
ac, new brakes & tires, Asking
$7000. 941492-4849

7070 FORD -

1986 MUSTANG LX Convt., 6
Cyl., Auto, AC, PW, Tilt,.
$1500. obo 941-628-8726
1987 FORD CROWN VIC. 5.0L
EFI, 120K, RUNS GREAT, A/C,
CRUISE, P/S, P/B, $900.
941-629-6958 LV MSG.
1989 LINCOLN SIGNATURE,
new tires, .needs a freeze.
plug, $500. (941)-624-2031
1991 MUSTANG GT convert-
ible, 5.0, good condition,
$4795 obo. (941)-505-2929
1993 FORD MUSTANG LX
4 cyl, air, sunroof, 64k mi.
$1300/obo. 941-456-2362
1993, F,-ID THUNDERBIRD
V-8 $2,500.
941-764-6082
1994 TAURUS GL, Runs
Great, Cold A/C, 96k mi.,
$3000/6bo. (941)-661-5833
1995 CONTOUR, no A/C, ask-
ing $1000 obo. Call 941-276-
7807 leave message.
1995 TAURUS GL ice cold
A/C, only 88k miles, V6, auto,
runs & looks good $2250.
(941-637-1933 dIr..
1999 Ford Taurus SE 67K
miles, PS, PB, AC, wingback
$3,500/obo. 941-474-8271

GENE
GORRAN'S
2000 FOCUS ZX3, 4 CYL.
AUTO; 31K MI., SHARP!
GREAT ON GAS! $7,250.

(941)-639-1601, P.G.
2002 FORD MUSTANG GT, 5
spd., Flowmasters, red metal-
ic, tan leather, loaded, very
clean, 5 yr. warranty, 32k mi.,
$18,000. obo. (941)-743-
6061


7100 MERCURY
!' ' l ][.I 1,4A1,I ,,, I-' I.1. ,
go ,d ,:,:,ir, :'h,,r, Cold A "
$2&5u obo. 941-627-4168
leave message
1995 Grand Marquis, 44k,
leather, garaged, 1 owner,'
$5,900, (941)-639-4884
1995 Grand Marquis, white
w'navy, 155k, looks good, runs
.I at! $2,500 (941)-474-8299
9 Cougar, V6, Red, sun-
ro:o,:f, fully loaded, new tires/
br )aes, exc. cond. $5,995
firm (941)258-0604
1999 GRAND MARQUIS
LS. Exc. condition,
leather. S8,500.
941-429-1631
" ,I',N Gr.:'.jA Mar.ui,. L: S,
. t[' : ', '0 .. n ,
'10 : 1, 19 M 'ii l.L. !
_":llII iPAlUD MAP"LIIi. L,'
h| e i Ir. ,l-.lher. ,,i l 9P mi


(941) 628-120U3
'95 SL1, 4 Dr., Ailo ir
'96 SL!, 4 Dr., 5 Speed, Air,
Grey.................$1995
'97 SLI, 4 Dr., 5 Speed,
Green...................$... 2995
' '.C.2 ,-.:,u[pe Auto. Air,
Blue '! '75
'00 SW2 Wagon, Auto, A/C,
All Power, Silver
$5895
'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,
.-re-en, M11 F',Aer .. SAli

7140 MISC. DOMESTIC
AUTOS

2005 SCION XA,
LOADED. RED. SAVE!
i1 -an..9 .A2,Q


l. ',.1 ", l, I. 4 1 6 :'. F ., ,. +

2000 MERCURY GRAND
MARQUIS LOADED 7145 ACURA
$8995
1-800-259-4232'
ETSE E E S 1996 ACURA 2.5 TL
2000 MERCURY GRAND ONLY, 47K MI. $7995.
Marquis LS, Leather, 1-800-259-4232


2000 Elantra GLS, white mint
cond., 27k mi., $4,500, G E
SOLD.. MOA Y tY'a
2000 Sonata 55K mi Silver
comfort & econ $4800 good 2000 ECLIPSE, LOADED,
cond 941-6244594 LOW MILES, AUTO,
SPORTY! $9,990.
G EE (941)-639-1601, P.G.

GORMAN'S L
2002 ACCENT, POWER LX'|III.
PKG. AUTO, CD, 44K MI., 2003 GALANT, extra clean,
GAS SAVER! $8,590. CD Pwr. Pkg. $10,977. (941)-
(941)-639-1601, P.G. 637-0587.


GENE

GORMAN'S
1998 CONTINENTAL, 1
OWNER ESTATE SALE
CAR! MINT! $9,200.
(941)-639-1601, P.G.

GEE
GORMAI'S
1999 TOWNCAR EXECU-
TIVE, LEATHER, LOADED,
LANDAU ROOF, $9,490.
(941)-639-1601, P.G.

GENE

GORMAN'S
2000 CONTINENTAL, LOW
MILES, EXTRA CLEAN,
SUNROOF, $14,000.
(941)-639-1601, P.G.
rtqsm .B


1997 INFINITI 1-30
WHITE LOADED
HIWAY MILES
$5995.

1-800-259-4232

2001 INFINITI 130
LOADED CLEAN
$14,800
1-800-259-4232

2002 INFINITI QX4
LOADED
CLEAN
S18900

1-800-259-4232

2006 INFINITI M45
SPORT ONLY, 1400
MILES 19", WHEELS
LIST. $52,000 OUR
PRICE $47,500.

1-800-259-4232

7175 JAGUAR

2003 JAGUAR
BLACK ONLY 11K MILES
FLAWLESS
$29980.

1-800-259-4232

7177 KIA

2 KIA SPORTAGES ivi, ,linnr.
ent options) to choose from.
Great fuel economy priced
right! $4,900.-$5,900. 941-
628-8869 dir.

7180 MAZDA

2001 MAZDA TRIBUTE,
LOADED. $10,980.
1-800-259-4232


2002 MAZDA MIATA
CONVERTIBLE SILVER
LOADED 28K MILES
$15,900
a oInrV .2o90.A2raa


1998 NISSAN 200SX
SPORTY! 100k mi, Good
cond, fully loaded, new
engine, starter & AC. $2200.
Riding used mower incl. w/
sale! Call 941-429-4100
1999 Altima GLE, leather, air,
loaded, excellent condition!!!
$6,800 obo (941)-743-5619
1999 NISSAN MAXIMA,
ONLY 29K MILES.
LOADED. $11,500.
1-800-259-4232

1999 SENTRA, well main-
tained, 1 owner, PW, PD, key-
less entry, AMFM/CD,
$5,000. (941)764-1332

GENE

GORMAN'S
2001 SENTRA GXE, ALL
POWER, EXTRA CLEAN,
5 SPD. $8,200.
(941)-639-1601, P.G
2003 MAXIMA GLE, 20k
miles, every option, as new
$18,795 (941)-766-1550.

2003 NISSAN MAXIMA
LOADED
$18.900
1-800-259-4232


7205 SPORTS CARS
liF' FFAI]TERA, orig low mi,
C- irl. ,. ,.: 3r M[civii.j MIUST
:,ELL' 1.34,.0. r4 !14i.-9 I16
.;-0 3 Ttrirdl L.ab, t.lu-
8,000 miles, 2 tops,
"$ .;' 0 0 0 C .j i 1 J ,.Z ,, _

7210 TOYOTA

1987 Toyota,Celica GT 2.0
needs transmission -
$500 obo (941)429-4122
1988 Camary, auto, AC,white,
new exh pipe, muffler & bat-
tery, 147K, good running
5 iOLU" ..)
1992 CELICA GT
$1250.
493 7290 Venice


2002 MAZDA MILLENIA ^ I ,^ iM ST
LOADED VERY CLEAN '.IMAN S
$14.980. 1998 CAMRYLE, PW, PL,
,, -R -. ---... f '. 1LOADED, EXTRA CLEAN!
1-800-259-4232 VERY SHARP! $8,490.
S (941)-639-1601, P.G.
2003 MAZDA MIATA 5 spd, sil-
ver, leather, loaded, 6,950 mi. .2000 Avalon XLS, Leather,
$17,900. (9411697-5296 Runs & Drives like. new, 49k
mi., must see. $16,500,
(941)-575-6953 or (941) 456-
S7190 MERCEDES 0638.
,' ii Tv i ITA Ci= l l I i


loaded. low mi. SJ0,990. 1994 2- S I-. T~i 1 3 Dr. -ur,..'"1 I .''.'' .. '"'"I .- .
ro00 'r I C. in 'r n 1 ,
Cramer Toyota 484-9000 i Tro, leare,r 1ii,-, m. i i-' . .
2001 ACURA 3.2L 50. ,:. :ttu, i941.-. 'si4i 49
GENE Navigation, leather, njon- 1995 E300,-diesel, auti : 2003 Toyota Avalon V6.
roof, $15,990. p/S p, p/ r leather, all power, tilt,
Cramer Toyota 484-9000 sunroof, alloy r, ,.el r cruise. $21,990.0
,00.,SBLELr 4er3111r,0o ,;'-.ovd Cramer Toyota 484-9000
2002 SABLE LS PREMIUM, 2004 ACURAr MDX r,'Tr',- 4.
LEATHER, AUTO. ACURA MDX i ... n ..-1 0. 1941.16 2003 TOYOTA AVALON
IMMACULATE! $9,850. LOADED. $30,980 ,-, WHITE LOADED 20K
(941)-639-1601, PG. 1-800-259-4232 MILES $24,900
2000 MERCEDES E320
1995 MERCURY Grand Mar- I -. ..... LOADE BORDEAUX 1-800-259-4232-
quis, runs great, $3500 obo. $16,900 "" '
soldD* 7055 DAEWOO 1-800-259-4232 2003 TOYOTA MR2

7110 OLDSMOBILE 2000 DAEWOO LOADK HITE$16,9NL80
LEGANZA, AUTO, 2001 MERCEDES E430 14K MIL 980
1985 Delta 88, 4D, V8, ac, LEATHER, WHITE, WHITE OVER ASH ,.
auto, good cond. 34K MILES. $2995. 33K MILES
$1,000/obo (941)-698-4926 i $7980.
1986. Cutlass Supreme '1-800I259-4232 I r 2003 TOYOTA SOLARA
Brought w/moon roof. $2K 1-800-8 2594259-4322 $16500XLE V LOADED
obo. call 941-456-4200 -8416,500
1990 OLDS CIERRA 78k mi, 7160 HONDA 2002 MERCEDES C240" 1-800-259423
cold a/c, cruise. $1000/obo. LOADED 35K .MILES
(9411-426-5628 1987 ACCORD, 1181K, runs "'- $20,980-' k,'- 2004 SOLARA convrt., gold
good.1995 CUTLASS SUPREM '$1500/obo (941)488- 1 002923 edition, fully loaded, 'auto/
SL, $1500 obo. l -, m--r.iM standard trans., Ithr int., must
(941)-698-0815 1990 HONDA ACCORD LX, 4 see, $2000. & take over
cyl., runs good, $1800 obo. 2002 MERCEDES C320, lease, (941)-575-6886'
1997 OLDS ACHIEVA- 125k (941)-626-6,839 or 6838. ALOADEDAND ONLY-
mi. cruise, cold a/c. Runs 38.O A EX 1 ANDON. 2004 TOYOTA CAMRY,
great. $1850/obo (941)- 1992 ACCORD EX, manual, 12,000 MI. SHOWROOM. LE FULL POWER
497-0716 or 941-735-1132 new head gasket, alternator, 1-800-25-4 3 ONLY 6000 MILES
timing belt & powersteering . $16800
1997 OLDS. CUTLASS. I urnp ..-pu 950 u4i.':i:'..2',r
ONLY 37K MILES, 6 CYL. /
ALL POWER, $5990. 1994 Accord' Must Sell! 2002 MERCEDES C320
Cramer Toyota 484-9000 $499. For listings: 800 WHITE FLAWLESS 1-800-259-423
SIntrigue excellent; 47K,749-8116 ext. C862 CONDIITON $17,90 2005 Toyota Solaro, only
ioih I:ip, moon roof, spoiler. 1995 Accord E'. I :wn,.S, -800-259-423- 600 miles, loaded. 100K
M,:.,rE. must sell. A steal at. speed, 119k mi., good cond. *lllf' 'l.RTI ,warranty. $18,990.
: '.. (941)-743-9687 $4,600 (941)-830-0016 2003 MERCEDES E320Toyota
1999 OLDS 88, 44K mi., 1 1995 ACCORD WAGON, Tint, LOADED 24K MILES. 7220 VOLKSWAGEN
,-.ne., exc. cond. 7 weeks Air, All Pwr., Exc. Maint., Very A MUST SEE!
l..)rj warranty. $7000. 941- nice! $4000. (941-235-2238 '
7430298 1998 HONDA CIVIC 32 '76 Super BEETLE CONVERT-
4 0 1998 HONDA CIVIC IBLE- original engine, runs
1999 OLDS INTRIGUE, gold, COUPE, auto, air, CD, low great. $3,000. Day 941-486-
82K mi., loaded, $5,200 obo. miles. $6990. 2003 MERCEDED.E320. 1265 or eves (941)493-9224
SOLD! Cramer Toyota 484-9000 SILVER LOADED
2002 Aurora, 33k, burgundy/ 2000 HONDA CIVIC DX, silver, $39,9801996 W Jetta.Sunroo f,Cod
l r da m ,a/c, Runs good. White.
grey leather, loaded, gray interior, manual, 35K mi, 1-800- 59-4232 $4000obo (941)697-7829
$13,900 (941)504-2828 $7800. (941)-639-6629 -
2000 Passat GLX, V6, 5 spd.,
7120 PLYMOUTH 7195 MITSUBISHI loaded, great cond. 77K,
7120 PLYMOUTH GEU I 7195 MITSUBISHI $11,000. (863)-558-0166
1999 PLYMOUTH NEON, 4dr, 2002 Jetta, *new trans, 5
AT, 64k, gas saver! $3995. I A1 V S 1997 Eclipse, red. Smooth
(941)-628-8869 dlr. 2001 ACCORD EX, V.6 W/ custom combined w/ quality yr. 50K guarantee, auto,
3 YR./36K WARR. FULLY Auto, fully. loaded. Financing a/c, full pwer, 52k mi.,
7130 PONTIAC PROTECTED! $9,990. avail. MUSTSEE. 626-6501 7341000/ (941)-629
(941)-639-1601, P.G 1997 Eclipse. Red. Custom


1990 Pontiac, 6000 LE, V-6
clean and runs great. $700. 2002 HONDA ACCORDb
426-1270. EX, V6, ONLY 17K MI,
FLAWLESS COND.
1993 RED PONTIAC GRAND ,.'.
Prix 23k miles, like new. i -00-250'4232
$6,000/obo. (941)-473-7465 *..


Headers. Lowered. Mirror
Tint. $4,700/obo, (941)-661-
9905
2002 Lancer LS, 68k, fair to
good, runs good, single CD,
$6,500 obro (941)-697-9234


7230 VOLVO

1995 VOLVO 850 GLT very
clean, new tires, tan, leather
interior, sunroof. Runs great
$2750. (941)-626-1329


2001 SUZUKI ESTEEM
Wagon, only 12K mi, auto,
air, all power. $7990.
Cramer Toyota 484-9000
2003 SAAB AERO 9-5
LOADED SUNROOF
LEATHER 11K MILES
$21,980
1-8 25 -4232


7252 BUDGET BUYS
BUY HERE PAY HERE
AS LOW AS
$500. DOWN +ITT
(Must Qualify)
1993 Ford Explorer
Ltd 4x4
1991 Oldsmobile 98
.1997 Mercury Cougar Ann Ed
1998 Chevy Malibu
2001 Kia Sephia 5 spd.


7165 INFINITI 7200 NISSAN


tic.r. 5.5250 941.-6 r: !
1984 PONTIAC FIREBIRD,
auto; A/C, ps/pb, 2.5L, good
cond. $4500 (941)-828-0246
1986 CADILLAC Cimarron,
78k mi., power .everything,
A/C, $1500. '(9411-624-3857
1989 BUICK REATTA high
miles, good restoration car..
$1700. (941)-764-1806.
WANTEDCollections of
antique, classic, collector car
& truck books. (941)408-9601
WANTED, Ford T, A, early V8
part, parts from other makes,
pre 1950. (941)1408-9601


CAN'T SELL

YOUR CAR,
TRUCK, R.V.
OR BOAT?
DONATE IT TO
CHARLOTTE
COUNTY HABITAT
FOR HUMANITY FOR
A TAX WRITE OFF.
DICK FIELDS
CELL 941-740-4043
* *^ 'tz


7252 BUDGET BUYS
1982. Chevy Camaro, runr,, .L.L A\T.os
needs trans. work, nice body.
new paint or good parts :.,r WA TEar
$300/obo. 941-493-9454 TOP $$ PAID. ,
1983 DODGE Diplomat I 766-0106I
mi, 4dr, cold air, ex conc. & .
ex. clean 1 owner. $1200 AAAA
941-266-8565 941-276-8429 FREE Vehicle Removal &
1984 SUNBIRD WAGON, runs Possible $$$
great! $350 Call 628-0557 (24/7)
(941)-787-0294. Junk & Abandoned
1985 CHRYSLER 5TH AV 318 VEHICLES REMOVED!!!!
auto, exc int., drives great, COULD BE WORTH $$$$
eed.'. c 2i.r. rac 697-7222 OR 475-9007
'\0- '-"1OP CASH
1987 Olds Cutlass 4 dr,79k $$$$$$$s$$
miles cold ac,very clean,runs FOR CARS &
good $1295 (941)626-3860 TRUCKS
r ne r DEAD OR ALIVE
1988 chrysler new yorker, 485-7515
119k mi, fully loaded, new
brakes, new radiator, water CASH POSSIBLE for your
pump tires & more. No AC vehicle! Fast Removal!
Needs compressor. $900. (941)-2864599
941-423-1336
941423-1336 Wanted to buy! Tracker or
1989'CIVIC DX Runs & looks Sidekick convertible. 4x4
good. $1000/obo automatic. f o u n d
941-474-9454 aft 5p JUNK CARS REMOVED.
1989 Volvo 760 Turbo, cold .FREE! RUNNING OR NOT.
air, loaded, new turbo Well CASH POSSIBLE!
Maint. $1400. 941-266-8565 CALL (941) 276-8826
or 941-276-8429 (941)-286-3122
1990 JIMMY 4x4 350 auto, CASH POSSIBLE for your.
0/D, mechanically sound, vehicle! Fast Removal!
body to be desired. all (941)-743-2086 or
$700/obo. (941-628-6333 (941)-286-4599
1991 HONDA Acord auto,
$1000. 1993 CIVIC 5 spd, 7270 AUTO PARTS/
lowered, $1450. (94)-743- ACCESSORIES
2086 or 941-286-4599
1991 MERC GRAND 1980,Chevy, 3/4 ton pickup,
MARQ,COLD A/C,EXC 350 eng, 4 spd. 2 wh dr.
COND, 2ND OWNER, NEW $550 or part out. 475-2121
TIRES, $1900 080
941-743-7187 1983 CHEVY CAMARO Z28,
no engine, $400 obo.
'92 CHEVY Astro van runs & (941)-423-0125
looks good, needs some work.
$1800/obo. 941-270-6323 1990 FORD F-350, 7,.3 deisel,
for parts. $800. 941-380-
1992 Mazda Protege, 5 spd., 9212
180 K mi., cold AC, runs exc.,
$850 OBO 941-474-2571 1994 VORTEC 4.3 motor,
complete $375. (941)-743-
1993 OLDS CIERRA, Reliable 2086 or 941-286-4599
vehicle. Auto, cruise control,
AC, 130k mi. 1st $1200. 2 1969 CHEVY TRUCKS, no
(941)-268-9622 engines, $400/each. obo.
1994 Pont Sunbird, sell for (941)-423-0125
parts great A/C, almost new 2 1969 CHEVY TRUCKS, no
tires. Must sell whole, $150/ engines, $400/each. obo.
628-9750 (941)-423-0125


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1993 LEXUS GS300 WHEELS. $32,900
PEARL OVER TAN -"SS359-432"
LOADED CLEAN $7995 '
1-800-259-4232 2004 LEXUS SC430
','Mrmri. CERTIFIED PLUS 3.9%
ONLY 10K MILES
1996 LEXUS LS400 $56,800 .
LOADED CLEAN 1-800-259-4232
514,980
1-800-259-4232
'mur' Nfl-.. 2004 LEXUS SC430 RED
OVER ECRU 2K MILES
1998 LEXUS LS400, $- 59,980
WHITE, IVORY. ONLY 1-800-259-4232
49K MILES. FLAWLESS F-lr r
COND. A RARE FIND!
IQ fTT; "[ "#, q vM.7, 2005 LEXUS ES330
1-800-259-4232 WHITE LOADED 800
MILES WOWLS29,900Q
1999 LEXUS GS400 1-800-259-4232
60K MILES LES 470
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2001 LEXUS LS430 2005 LEXUS LX470
CERTIFIED PLUS 3.9%. LOW MILES
GOLD, IVORY. $36,980 $59,980
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2004 SAAB 9-3 1998 Ford Ranger
CONVERTIBLE. LOADED,
ONLY 8300 MILES. Many others to choose from -
$34,980. One for Every
1,/pI r.u't'I4Iri.IInroJIi m Budget! Call (941)-628-8869
1-800-259-4232 ask for Belinda "
1995 CONTOUR, no A/C, ask-
ACURAS TO VOLVO'S WE ing $1000 obo. Call 941-276-
HAVE THEM ALL AT 7807 leave message.
SALE PRICING PLUS 1995 MERCURY Sable GS, ice
THE BEST SELECTION cold A/C, V6, auto, looks &
OF LEXUS CERTIFIED IN runs good $1375. (941)-637-
FLORIDA. WILDE LEXUS 1933 dlr
CURRENTLY #7 DEALER $500! Police impounds!
IN THE WORLD! HURRY Cars from $500! For Listings
FOR 3.9o FINANCING Call 1-800-749-8116
UP TO 60 MONTHS ON ext 2888.
ALL LEXUS CERTIFIED.
1-800-259-4232 DONATED CARS
,. FOR SALE!
1991 Pontiac Transport
7250 ANTIQO'ES/ Wagon, 152K mi. loaded.
COLLECTIBLES Good cond. $1900.
S1993 Lincoln Towncar,
210 Deluxe high miles, cold air, it's not
1954 Chevy 210 Deluxe perfect but its cheap.
4-door sedan. Outstand- Looks & runs great $2000.
94-6 cond. $25-89500. 1994 Dodge Intrepid SE
41-64 dr., 88K mi., loaded, very
1956 T-BIRD, older restora- nice con.d: $3500.
tion, all authentic, 312, wires, 1995 Mazda 626 LX 4dr,
both tops, new tires brakes & 123k one own. mi., loaded
etc. $25,000. 941-624-4156 w/equip., exc cond. $3900.
1961 RARE Merc. Meteor, 1996uPontiac Bonneville
6cyl, auto, runs great SE 4dr., loaded including
restored. Show or drive, sunroof, leather, CD player,
$4950. must sale. 639-0463 exc. cond. 102Kmi.', almost
new tires, $4900.
1963 CHEVY II, no motor, no 1998 Ford Escort SE, 4
tranny, needs paint and Dr., 5 speed, air, 121k mi.,
assembly, great body, inc. 1-owner, A-1 condition. Very
interior, $5000. 815-1521 high gas mileage, $3,500
(Gene) ALL REASONABLE OFFERS
1964 Impala, 4dr, hardtop, CONSIDERED.
350, 700 trans, custom int.. Charlotte County
Needs paint $10,000. 941- Habitat For Humanity
75.'R65 Dick Fields
1964 T-BIRD, Restored white Cell 941-740-4043
w/ black landau roof, rose
-iler:r Asking 20K. Moving.
.i c31 H3nk (941-628-2893 7260 AUTOS WANTED
I96 Mustang Convertible, all WE BUY RUNNING CARS
original, runs, needs work. Any condition. $200/Up
$8,000, (941)-625-3538 Call Frank 941-276-8114
1967 Ford Mustang, good M.S.B. RECYLING
condition. 1975/6 PLYMOUTH Free Vehicle Removal
Valiant, 36K mi. Needs front Plus $25. & Up
shocks, Call Ron Hayden, 941-575-4008
(9411-624-4444
1968 GMC41624 Pick-Up, 396 FAST, FREE, REMOVAL of ALL
TH400, mint condition. Bes396vehices running or not. Cash
TH4,Offer. Call 239-707-9222Be possible. Guaranteed fastest
service 24/7. 941-875-0300
1975 MERCEDES 450 SL, or (941)-627-3776.
red/black, both tops, 77Korig VATED EHI.'LES Rur.nn,,
14900. 94Copletelres1-628-092ored. or not. Pay top $$ call them
14,900.9416280923 first, call us last Chucks Used
1977 Pontiac VENTURA Auto Parts (941)-639-8719
(Nova), a,5(." 3c."0, re- i
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2003 KIA SPECTRA
3 yrJO 10mos.or 37K miles
factory warranty remaining!
*7,900


2002 MITSUBISHI
MONTERO SPORT ES
Auto, air, 38K miles
1 1,900


2003 KIA
SORENTO EX
Leather, sunroof, 31K miles, aqua
*17,900


2004 KIA
RIO
Auto, air, 18K miles, silver
$9,900


2001 FORD
TAURUS SES
39K miles, beige, auto, loaded
$9,900


2003 JEEP
LIBERTY SPORT
V6, auto, 15K miles, maroon
1 6.900


2002 KIA
SEDONA LX
Dual air, 7 pass., CD, green
$12,900


2003 KIA
RIO CINCO
12K mi., air, power windows & locks
16.900


2003 VW GOLF GLS
"TURBO DIESEL"
Auto, sunroof, 24K miles, black
$16,900


2001 FORD
TAURUS SES
39K miles, fully loaded, gold
$9.900


1998 NISSAN
200 SX
Auto, air, black
$4,900


2003 KIA
SEDONA EX
Dual air, CD/cass., power seat, 24K mi.
*11.900


2002 TOYOTA
SEQUOIA SR5
Leather, dual air, CD, 2-tone
$23,900


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MOUNTAINEER
8K miles, V6, 2WD, leather
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7270 AUTO PARTS/
ACCESSORIES
4 Brand New Raised letter,
P265/60R18 for truck 6 lug
mounted & balanced on mag
wheels.$600 (941)-270-2012
4 used 15/42 Super
Swampers $500. New body
kit 98/03 Mustang $500.
941-380-0506
5 P215/70/R15 tires,
good thread. $50.
SOLD!!!!!!!!
BIG BLOCK CHEVY Oval port
heads, clean, $125. (941)-
624-2790
BRA fits Lexus ES 300, 2002-
2004. Used once. Paid $200,
asking $100/obo, (941)-276-
0167
Convert. boots/tan for 1996-
2003 Sebring or black
for 1995 -2000 Mustang
$150 ea. 941-624-4621
DIAMOND tool box, fits mid
size pick up, exc. cond. $75.
941-627-3810
Ford 300, 6 cylinder bell
housing and clutch, 20;000
miles. $500.00 obo. Call
(941)468-6519.
OLDSMOBILE, Turbo, 350
transmission $100; Turbo
400 transmission $100;
350ci motor $100; camper


7280 AUTO SERVICE
& REPAIR
AUTOMATIC
TRANSMISSIONS
Are you looking for used or
rebuilt? Call A & S TRANSMIS-
SIONS. 743-4411 or
1-877-355-6802
7290 VANS
11997 CHYSLER Town &
Country LXI. white w/gray
leather interior, good cond.,
100k mi., lots of extras
$5500. obo. (941)-661-3113.
1985 step van. Clean, needs
motor. 2 available. Call for
details. $3K obo. 456-4200
'92 CHEVY Astro van runs &
looks good, needs some work.
$1800/obo. 941-270-6323
1993 CHEVY 1 TON CARGO
VAN, ALL NEW BRAKES.
$2500. (941)-408-9704
1994 DODGE GRAND CARA-
VAN SE, rear air, 3.6L, runs
good $1800 (941)-716-0276
1994 Dodge Ram 250 hi
top conversion-prime time,
62k mi, loaded, wood int,
TV/stereo, sofabed, 5.2 V8,
dual air, keyless entry, fully\
electric, CA. van, senior
owned, runs like new.
$7500. (941)-429-6308


refrig/freezer $100/obo 1994 Ford Aest state
(9414235547 sale. low mils,new A/C $2750
PARTING OUT 1985 Camaro, senior owned 941-456-2919.
good 350 motor, $5 & up.
Also 1990 Chrysler New York- 1994 NISSAN Quest XE,
er, needs fuel pump, 67K mi. recently overhauled, clean in
'$450. (941)-2864599 -& out, cold AC runs like new,
$2900. (941)-628-0101,
Selling 20 year collection of 1996 CHRYSLER T&C,' 91K
Chevy Truck parts. '67-'72 miles, leather, garaged, ser-
parts, '73-98 Chevy truck vice records, new tires, bat-
400 Chevy transmissions, tery, brake pads, Blue Book
C tansmiion 8K asking $6.7K/obo. 941-
doors, fenders, hoods. All 505-1853
must go. Moving! (863)-494-
9649 or (517)-605-0362 Cell .1996 PLYMOUTH Voyager, 7
STARTER (NEW) & ALTERNA- mni cold A/C,
T,)Il [ :,r- N.l l'-/, l ,,'. "
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,:,,:,, Imiles. 4990,
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, -". 1998 FORD WINDSTAR GL,
,VHI:_L:, 14lii 1H iuJL, :',a,'a!" Auto air. all power, low
:r,:,,: l il: ,:,:aaT-::.I a,.. i,r. : m iles. S4990
S.1:1: i:,:. ':i.|ii'.-..i '=.:" Cramer Toyora 484.9000


7290 VANS
1998 MERCURY VILLAGER,
98k mi., Exc. Cond. Clean!
Electric scooter lift avail.
$6,500. obo (941)-764-8987
1999 Ford E-150 Hi-Top Con-
ver. 105K Hwy Mi. Exc. Van!
$7500/obo. 941-698-4117

GENE
GORdAN'S
1999 FORD WINDSTAR LX,
DUAL DRS., LOADED.
CLEAN! $7,225.
(941)-639-1601, P.G.
2000 Chrylser Grand Voyager
only 60k, 5 door, full power,
v6, drives new. Must sell now
$7,200. (941)-473-2802
2000 Dodge Caravan, 5 dr, 1
owner, Silver/Green, tilt, cruise,
PDL, AM/FM stereo/cassette,
mint condition! $6,750 Day 941-
4860690; eves 941426-3011
2000 LEXUS RX 300,
leather, moonroof, clean.
$17,990.
Cramer Toyota 484-9000

GENE
GORMAN'S
2000 PONTIAC TRANS-
PORT MONTANA, LTHR,
PWR. DR. CLEAN! $9,090.
(941)-639-1601, P.G.

GENE
GORKAN'S
2001 CHRYSLER T & C
LTD, ALL PWR. ABSOLUTE-
LY GORGEOUS! $17,490.
(941)-639-1601, P.G.
2002 CHRYSLER VOYAGER
ONLY 9,329 MILES, 6 CYL
& SO MUCH MORE. 5786A
941-922-0713 DLR.


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7290 VANS
2001 Ford Windstar, 5 Door
V6, Auto, A/C, Front & Rear
Air, All Power, 7 Passenger,
79K, $7,495 PRO-POWER
AUTO SALES (941) 628-1203


7300 TRUCKS/
PICK-UPS


PUT A
GENE PICTURE
GORMd'S OFYOUR
2001 MERCURY VIL- TRUCK/SUV
LAGER, ESTATE, DUAL IN YOUR
DRS., LOADED. $13,590.
(941)-639-1601, P.G. CLASSIFIED AD
2002 Dodge Conversion, 6
cyl. 3.9, CD, cruise, mirrors,. CALL FOR DETAILS!
PS, bed, 14K mi., like new,
red. $13,950. 941-505-7479 Venice & North Port
2002 KIA SEDONA EX, excel- Call941-207-1200
lent condition, low miles, clean,
warranty. $9000. 863-244- Enlewood Areas752200
9228 or 863-491-8300 Call 941-475-2200
Pt. Charlotte Areas
GE IE Call 941-206-1200
nfmlDIWAHT 1974 1 Ton Chevy Ex Car
SGOIR AN'S Hauler, newer 454 & 5 spd
2003 DODGE CARAVAN trans. $1800. (863)-494-
SE, 28K, LOADED, REAR 9649 or (517)-605-0362 Cell
AIR, 7 PSGR., $15.390. 1978 CHE EL CMINO V8,
(941)-639-1601, P.G. 1978 CHEVY EL CAKO V8
(941)-639-1601, P. auto, AC, PW/PL, 79K mi.
2003 FORD WINDSTAR Immaculate. Must see.
SEL LOADED DVD AND $8900. (941)-493-1567 or
MORE WHITE LOW 941-4,68-1237.
MILES. $15,980 1978 CHEVY SS EL CAMINO,
1-800-259 -432 restored in & out, cold A/C,
i. 350 auto, $11,500 or will
consider trade. 941-624-
2003 FORD WINDSTAR 0321 after 6PM.
SLE ALL OPTIONS DVD 1985 FORD F150, good run-
ning work truck. $800/obo
1 -800-259-4232 (941)-650-9665
'1985 SUBURBAN, 62
2005 DODGE GR CARAVAN Chevrolet Diesel, 700 R4 OD
SXT POWER DOORS, $1200. Parts- or whole.
ALUM. WHEELS AND .STOW (863)-494-9649 or (517)-605-
N' GO X1767 0362 Cell
941-922-0712 DLR.
1987 NISSAN Truck lift kit,
ADVERTISE WITH THE new clutch & wtr. pump, tool
SUN CLASSIFIEDS box $3000/obo (941)4884330


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7300 TRUCKS/ 7300 TRUCKS/
PICK-UPS PICK-UPS


7300 TRUCKS/
PICK-UPS
1986 Chevy Stake Truck, C60,
auto, 128k, 14' tilt box, new
tires, water pump & brakes,
good condition! ready to work!
$6,800. (9411-539-7435
1986 FORD F-350 Diesel,
BUCKET TRUCK, 28' hydraulic
boom, Reading utility bed,
auto, A/C, $5500. 941-627-
1704
1986 GMC 7000, 366 5
speed. Needs motor, have set
up to pull goose neck, heavy
utility bed. $3500. (863)494-
9649 or (517)-605-0362 Cell
1987 Chevy 1 Ton Car Hauler,
454 motor & 400 auto body.
Fair with custom paint & Alcoa
alum. wheels, chrome brush
guard. $5,000. (863)-494-
9649 or (517)-605-0362 Cell
1988 DODGE w/topper, auto,
great work truck, runs good.
$1200. (941)-585-8339
1990 CHEVY S-10 TAHOE,
79K miles, 2 door, cab & bed
liner, tinted windows, tow
pkg., orig. owner, good cond.,
$2499. SOLD!

GENE
GORNAN'S
1990 CHEVY SILVERADO,
PL, PW, V8 AUTO,
LOW MILES, $3,900.
(941)-639-1601, P.G.
1990 Isuzu, 4 cyc, 5 sp, 89k,
no A/C, runs excellent,
$1850. (941)423-6469
1991 CHEVY S10, 115K, 2dr
Tahoe ext. cab, bedliner &
cap, tinted windows, Ziebart,
orig. owner, -good cond.
$2395. SOLD!!!!!!
1993 Dakota V8, great work
truck w/topper $4K obo.
Call 941-456-4200


1992 F150. 4.9 liter,5
speed, Runs good. Blue.
$1900obo.
(941)697-7829
1993 1 Ton Ford, w/reading
utility box. Great for box
blade, or Bobcat. $4,000.obo
429-7569
1993 FORD F350 dually,
speed V8 460 gas, mechan-
ics utility box with 280 lb
boom, $2750., (941)-916-
5395.
1994 DODGE RAM, 2500
model, 3/4 ton, standard cab,
8' body, 88K miles. Runs
good. $3500 obo.
941-223-0768 or -488-2214
1994 FORD F-150 XLT, Super
Cab, excellent shape, pw. pd,
pb, ps, cruise, loaded, Light
Green, V-8, auto, running
boards, Diamond plate tool-
box, 137K miles. $4500. Call
941-575-1783 after 6:30 PM
1994 Mazda B3000, ext. cab,
tow pkg, V6, auto, 115k, good
cond. $3,850 (941)-697-7036
1995 Ford Bronco, 4X4 XLT,
V8, lots of chrome, clean,
$5,200 (941)-828-8816
1995 FORD F150,'Alpine
sound sys., dual exhaust, nice
truck. $6500. 456-6332.
1996 FORD RANGER EXTRA
CAB; 2wd, a/c, auto, v6, new
tires. $5500. (941)-697-5000
or 941-769-0520
1997 Dodge Ram SLT 1500
Club Cab, regular bed in good
running condition. Will make a
good work truck. Has
135,000 miles. Needs some
cosmetic work. $3500.00
Blue Book over $3800.00.
SOLD!!!!
1997 FORD F150, Supercab
XLT, 62K mi: Good cond.
$9500. (941)484-2677


1997 FORD EXPLORER
Sport 4x4, 115k mi, leather,
CD, sunroof, $5000. (941)-
637-4702/239-281-9077

GENE
GORMAN'S
1997 MAZDA B2300 P/U,
EXT. CAB., 5 SPD, 4 CYL.
EXTRA CLEAN! $7,500.
(941)-639-1601, P.G.
1999 CHEVY Ext. cab, 4x4,
5.3 Ltr. 3" lift, 33" tires,
winch, Tonneau cover, Pro-
gram air intake. $16,000/
obo. 941-204-5869
1999 CHEVY SO1 LS, white,
auto, tilt, cruise, ac, bed liners,
new tires. 2.2 Litre w/3,1K mi.
$5,500/obo (941)-716-6792
1999 DODGE 2500 SLT,
ext. cab, 4 dr., Cummins
diesel, long bed, 85K mi.
Exc. cond. loaded.
$13,900. (941)-627-3351
1999 Ford F-250, short bed,
tonneau cover, $11,475/obo,
Also avail. P.U. camper make
offer, (941)-627-4139
2000 Chevy S10 Pickup,
black, 5 sp, 60k, excellent,
cold A/C, custom rims &
tires.$6,600 (941)-486-0690
days or (941)426-3011 eves
2000 FORD XL F150, 8' box,
tool box, 6 cyl. 4.2, tape,
cruise, cold air, looks & runs
perfect. $6700. 505-7479,

GENE
GORMAN'S
2000 S10 EXT. CAB,
4CYL, AUTO, 3RD DR.
ECONOMICAL! $9,950.
(941)-639-1601, P.G.


SPRING. LOWEST PAYMENTS EVER OFFERED!
SALES EVENT EXPIRES MAY 2ND
BuENiAES., EE D. .2-N

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TOWN & COUNTRY LXI SEBRIN CONVERTIBLE V6, Automatic,
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White, Leather, Sunroof, Only 50,006 Miles., 115,800
57 LEKUS LS 400
Sunroof, CD. Only 71flOOViles.... ................. 118,800,
09 LEMS RX 300 AWD
Leather, Sunroof, CD, 66,000 Miles .................... 19528
08 UXUI U 400
Gold, Sunroqf, CD,72,00OMilti .................................
38 LENUS LI 400
Leather, Sunroof, CD, Only 49,000 Milts,,St#5R31 38 12,990
03 LIEWS It 30t''
Red, Sunroof, CDi Cerfifiedi Only 15,000 Miles ................ 128,000

02-Ml RX 3001-
Coach Edition, Cerfifiecl'ronly16,00 O MileL .......... 828,000
02 BUS CS 430
V-11 Loaded, Certified SVSL193A ........... il ............... 132A90

03 =8 GX 470
Sunroof, Cl),'Rear Ent, Cerfiflid, 17,000 Milis, STK#4K264A 141090
03 LEKUS LS 430
,Silver, Loaded,, Cerll!14 Only 6,000 Miles, 149,900
03 BUS [X 470
Sandollar, Ivory Leather, Chrome Wheels, Certified $50,800

87 CHRYSLER CONCORDE
Full Power, Only 53,000 Miles .................... ........ .. .........

98 MERCEDES C 230
Silver, Gray Leather, Only 61,000 Miles ................... 1 00
03 JEEP LIBERTY UIMTEO
4X4, Black, Sunroof, CD, Only 19,000 Miles ..............

05 TOYOTA CAMRY LE $21,090
Leather, Sunroof, CD, 10,000 Miles .............

03 HONDA CRX EX AWO 821,800
Sunroof, CD, Only 19,000 Miles ..............

02 TOYOTA HIGHLANDER 4X4
Sunroof, CD, Only 39,000 Miles .............. ............ 823,800

04 TOYOTA SEqUOIA IR5
04, Full Power, Only 4,000 Miles ................... $33,900

02 CHEVROLET CORVETTE
Bright Yellow, Both Tops, Only 8,000 Miles ...................... 835,880


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7300 TRUCKS/
PICK-UPS
2000 TOYOTA TUNDRA SR-5,
extended cab, 70K, asking
$13,500. Call 941-743-6949
2001 DODGE DURANGO
4X4 LOADED SLT
S15,800
1 -800-259-4232


GENE
GORTAN'S
2001 EXPLORER SPORT
TRAC, 4X4, LTHR, CD.
LOW MI. $16,990.
(941)-639-1601, P.G.
2001 FORD F150 full match-
ing cab, and bedliner, new
tires, 29k miles, $13,000.
(941)-764-7304



GORMAN'S
2001 GMC 1500 SIERRA
SLE, EXT. CAB, 58K,
EXTRA CLEAN! $16,400.
(941)-639-1601, P.G

GENE
GORAN 'S
2001 RANGER EDGE, EXT.
CAB, V6, 5 SPD., EXTRA
CLEAN. $11,500.
(941)-639-1601, P.G
2002 TOYOTA TACOMA
QUAD CAB LOADED
$16,980
1-800-259-4232

2003 Chevy Pickup, ext. cab,
long bed, V8, 30k, adult dri-
ven $16,500 (941')-484-9169
N NEED A JOB? )
CHECK THE ,
CLASSIFIED!


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Venice Gondolier Sun


Page 14 D/E/N/CNV


7300 TRUCKS/
PICK-UPS

2003 CHEVROLET 2500
SILVERADO CREW CAB
LS LOADED 6 LTR V8
$21,980
!-800-259-4232


2003 Chevy S10 w/ bags,
excellent condition, best offer.
(941)-627-1500
2003 FORD RANGER, V6
auto, 16K mi, bed liner, tool
box. $9800. (941-235-1211
2004 DODGE 1500 Quad
Hemi SLT, Slate gray, 9k mi.,
loaded. Many Extras! Mint!
$23,500. (941)-505-1239



2004 DODGE Ram 25000
Quad Cab SLT, HEMI V8,
loaded. $22,977. (941)-637-
0587.
2004 DODGE RAM 4x4, quad
cab, SLT, Hemi, auto, fully
loaded, 16K. $23,500 private
(941)-485-6488


GORMAN'S
2004 NISSAN FRONTIER
EXT. CAB, 4 CYL, AUTO.
5,000 MI. WOW. $16,275.
(941)-639-1601, P.G.
2004 TITAN XE King Cab
fruck, mint, 2614 mi., steps,
mag wheels, tool box, tow
pkg sacrifice below blue book
$17,995. 941-235-9572
'2005 CHRYSLER 300 C
HEMI MINI BENTLEY
LOADED 5K MILES
S34,800
.1-800-259-4232

2005 T-SHIRTS: ih,: ,:,ui
,Ty, F ,r,' I. F hiringg l.,"',-.
pers, Patriotic & more cool T-
Shirts at bubbashirts.com
v1986 3/4 TON Ford diesel,
91K,,$3500. (941)457-3943
7305 SPORT UTILITY/
VEHICLES
1986 Ford Bronco, almost all
new parts, body rusted.
$1,600/obo, (941)-875-6173
1991 FORD EXPLORER, XLT,
A/C, $1500.
Call (941)475-7576
1993 FORD Explorer XLT, ice
cold A/C, 6 cyl., auto, power
everything, run's good, looks
sharp! $2950. (941)-637-
1933 dIr.
1994 TOYOTA 4Runner, 4WD,
3.0 V6, auto, sunroof, air,
leather, needs radiator,
$3500 firm. 815-7621 (Kim)
1996 Chevy Tahoe LT. 4x4.
CD. Power. Cruise. Leather.
Tow Pkg. New motor. Cold AC
$7500 obo 863-494-3090
1996 ISUZU RODEO, ONLY
47K MILES, 4WD, 4WD, V6, ALL
POWER. $7990.
Cramer Toyota 484-9000
1997 FORD EXPLORE F 4 'r.
AT, leather, man' iTr iore ~a
tures, 88k miles, pr,.:,'il bei-o
book-at $6995. 894i -'.'.
8869 dIr.
1998 GMC Jimmy, 4WD, V6,
PB, PS; PL, PW, A/C, $6,295,
(941-505-9080



1999 FORD Expedition 4x4
Eddie Bauer, Super clean,
loaded $14,977 or $249.
.(941-637-0587.



1999 FORD Expedition 4x4
Eddie Bauer, Super clean,
loaded, $14,977; (941)-637-
0587.

GENE
GORMAN'S
1999 GMC JIMMY SLT,
LOADED, LEATHER, SUN-
ROOF, 41(4 $10,875.
(941)-639-1601, P.G.
1999 PONTIAC MONTANA
V6, LEATHER, PW/PL,
REAR AC, CRUISE $6,900
941-485-1531, DLR.


7305 SPORT UTILITY/
VEHICLES
1999 SUBARU FORESTER
AWD, PW/PL, CASS, LOOKS
& RUNS GREAT. $6,900
941-485-1531, DLR.

GENE
GORMAN'S
1999 SUBURBAN, 4X4,
LOADED, EXTRA CLEAN]
SHARP! $14,000.
(941)-639-1601, P.G.
1999 TOYOTA
4 RUNNER, LIMITED.
LOADED 513,980.
1-800-259-4232


GENE
GORMAN'S
2000 CHEVY BLAZER LT,
4.3 L VORTEC, 4 X 4
EXTRA CLEAN! $11,875.
(941)-639-1601, P.G
2000 MAZDA MIATA
CONVERTIBLE 24K
MILES WHITE $12,980
1-800-259-4232




2001 FORD EXPEDITION
Eddie Bauer, V8, extra clean.
$17,977. (941)-637-0587.
2001 LEXUS LS430
NAVIGATION LOADED
CERTIFIED PLUS 3.9.,
$38,800
1-800-259-4232


2002 CHEVROLET
TAHOE LOADED WHITE
$23,800
1-800-259-4232




2002 EXCURSION Limited
4x4 diesel, entertainment,
loaded, $32,977. Call '(9411-
637-0587.
2002 FORD EXPEDITION
EDDIE BAUER, WHITE.
LOADED, S19,980.
1-800-259-4232

2002 GMC ENVOY SLT
LOADED RED
$16,500
1-800-259-4232

2002 HONDA CRV AWD
LOADED
S18.900
S;1-800-259-4232

2002 OLDS. BRAVADA,
TOP OF THE LINE:
S15.800
1-800-259- 232

2003 CHEVROLET
TRAILBLAZER SLT
BLACK LOADED
514,980
1-800-259-4232




2003 DODGE Durango, R/T,
4X4, 5.9, V8, leather, loaded,
$21,977 or $345 a month
(941-637-0587.


2064 FORD EXPLORER
SPORT TRAG LOADED
BLACK.,$20,980
1-800-259-4232

2004 JEEP GR CHEROKEE
LOW MILES, FULL POWER,
ALUM. WHEELS & MORE.
ONLY $18,995 X1710
941-923-9500 DLR.
2004 LEXUS GX470
NAVIGATION GOLD ONLY.
5K MILES CERTIFIED
3.9% $45.980


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7310 4 X 4'S 7330 BOATS-POWERED


1965 MUSTANG 4X4, rebuilt
engine & trans, runs great.
One of a kind $3500 obo.
(941)-815-8731
1984 Jeep CJ7 Project, 1
brand new eng & 1 used, 2
trans, many new parts, not
installed, needs TLC $4,000
obo (941)-423-9353
1991 JEEP WRANdLER, 4x4,
Red, a/c, auto., 6 cyl. fuel
injected. 87K, 3" lift, center
lines, flares. $6950.
941-586-2883
1993 SIDE KICK Convertible
4 x 4, 5'speed, $2,000.00.
(941) 764-1423.
2003 FORD F250 4x4, 2 tone
black & silver, 36k mi.,
$23,500. 941-6284746
7329 BARGAIN BASKET
1976 Taylor Set Boat w/455
engine, Needs TLC $1500,
941-627-3065
7330 BOATS-POWERED


PUT A
PICTURE
OF YOUR BOAT
IN YOUR
CLASSIFIED AD
CALL FOR DETAILS!
Venice & North Port
Call 941-207-1200
Englewood Areas
Call 941-475-2200
Pt. Charlotte Areas
Call 941-206-1200
14' 2000 TARPON SKIFF,
30hp Evinrude, trlr., 20 hrs.
Exc. cond. $4300. 627-5797
14' JON boat, trailer & trolling
motor, front & rear deck,
$700. 941- 661-9371.
CLASIIE


7330 BOATS-POWERED
14' & OVER
A GREAT WAY TO
SELL YOUR BOAT!
Buyers waiting!
WE FINANCE
HUGE Storage Lot
FREE No Charges
To Consign Your Boat
Gulf Coast
Marine Center
Billy 629-9666
15' '95 KEY WEST 1500,
boat, motor, trailer & acces-
sories, 55hp Yamaha,
$4,350. 941-624-0070
15' Key West 1520, 2001,
Center Console, w/bimini top,
including trailer, 4-stroke, 50
h.p. Mercury outboard motor,
$5,900, ***SOLD***
16' 1988 LUND Side Console
Fishing Boat, live well, elec.
trolling mtr, all equip., new
trailer. 48HP Evinrude.
$2595/obo. (941)-473-4748
16' 1995 PONTOON, Play-
bouy, 40HP Mercury, Recent
carpet, bimini, bottom paint &
motor tuned. REDUCED to
$3400. obo. (941)-637-9974


7330 BOATS-POWERED
16' 2001 SEA FOX, CC, 50HP
Johnson, trolling mtr, Loaded!.
$6,900. (941)-639-6922
16' ALUM BOAT 85HP, TRAIL-
ER, $2000.(863)-494-2601


16' Bayliner Bowrider 2002,
Great Shape, 90hp Mariner,
Canvas$5500/obo 628-8976
16' Hell's Bay Skiff, Flats boat
1999, poling tower & trim
tabs, 25 h.p. Yamaha 4-
stroke, exc. cond. $9,500,
(941)-505-8780, eves. til 10
16' KEY LARGO, 2004 50hp
Merc, cc, exc cond, many
Xtras $10,200 (941)426-6402
16' SUNDANCE 2003, cc
skiff, 40 Merc, warranteed,
all options, 15 hrs. $6,200
(941)-697-7768
17' 1986 Searay Seville, 140HP
Merc, I/B, bowrider, fresh water
boat $2,550/obo 941-828-7784
or 941-276-5195 Rotonda
17' 94 Keywest. Johnson
70hp. $4500. 456-6332.
NEED A JOB?
CHECK THE
CLASSIFIED!


7330 BOATS-POWERED
17' Aquasport 1993, CC,
rebuilt 90 h.p. Johnson, radio,
FF, trolling motor, reduced
going north $4,900, (941)-
764-0614
17' BOSTON WHALER 1971
Classic, fresh water boat, orig
mahogany console & seat. '83
90hp Evinrude, hd galv trailer.
$5,000 (216)-225-1244 cell
phone
18.5' Seachaser by Carolina
Skiff, 2000, 90hp Yamaha,
alum. trlr., little use, $7600.
SOLD!.
18' BAYLINER CAPRI, 1988,
125 Mercury motor, w/trailer,
good condition. $2500. Call
941-240-1763.
18' Hertz Boat, 18HP Evinrude
motor, bimini, w/many extras.
Make an offer! 4361 Cazes
Ave. N.P. (941)429-9193
18' ODESSEY Pontoon, 50hp
Johnson motor, less than 30
hrs, like new, lots of extras
$7500 firm. (941)-505-2394
18' OMNI fish & cruise pon-
toon, cushioned bench.
$1495. (941)-764-1820
ADVERTISE WITH THE
SUN CLASSIFIED


7330 BOATS-POWERED 7330 BOATS-POWERED
18' Yamaha Jet Boat, 2000, 20' 2004 Seapro, CC, factory
310 h.p., dual jet engine, exc. T-top, live wells, Sonar, GPS,
cond. w/trailer, low hrs., well radio, 150HP Yamaha, 50
equipped, $9,900, (941)-456- hrs., like new! MOVING SALE!
0752 $22,000 obo (941)-697-9869
19.5' 1997 PROSPORT 20' FUNWAY pontoon 90hp
CC, 135HP Mercury, new Yamaha. New dbl axle West
aluminum trailer, GPS, Coast trir w/ new winch. New
MANY EXTRAS!!! bimini & batt. Recent motor
$9,750 (941)497-1150 service. Moving must sell.
m $3250/obo. SOLD!!
k20' PROLINE '84 CLASSIC
19', 2003 HURRICANE Deck '94 120 Johnson GPS, VHF,
boat, Johnson 115 4-stroke depth F/F, nice boat, ready to
62 hours, bimini top, live well, go. $7500. (941)-474-1200
stereo, 2 piece cover, 21' 1987 PROLINE WAC, 30
$15,400. Call 941-575-1697 hrs on rebuilt 175HP, very
19' HRIS CRAFT avalierclean and dependable,
19' CHRIS Cincludes all equipment. A must
needs motor, call for details. inudesalleq n.
$1300 obo. 863-990-7772 see at $4000/b. 941-639-
7732
19' Pro Line 1998 CC, T-Top, 21' 1999 Grady White Cuddy,
spreader lights, e-box, FF, 200 Yamaha EFI. full electr,
VHF, 115 EFI, ready to fish. Auto Pilot, trIr, $27,900.
Asking $9400 SOLD!! 941-966-5539or928-5388
19' REDFISHER Hewes 1997
19' REFSHER Hewes 1997 21', 2003 Center Console,
tower boat 2001, 155 4- Polar, 150 Yamaha, Magic Tilt
stroke Yamaha, lo hrs, Jack trailer, very low hours, asking
trolling motor, alum. trailer $21,000. Call 239-3404664
$17,500 obo. Serious inq. or 941-6379241
only. (941628-6533. NEED CASH?
Have A Garage
| Classified = Sales | Sale!


97 FORD EXPEDITION XLT


99 FORD EXPLORER LTDil

Leather, Moonroof, CD, V8,
Full Power, Extra Clean ;



1 0,850 3

01 FORD EXPLORER SPORT TRACK 03 FORD TAURUS SE
S Leather, Moonroof, Auto, Air, CD, Full Power,
Full Power, Extra Clean,


4X4 5,850 ,995


01 FORD EXPLORER SPORT TRAC
,lAM& Low Miles, Extra Clean
Full Power,
52K miles

,995


PONTIAC SUNFIRE
h Moonroof, Auto, CD,
Full Power;
Extra Clean

-'7,950


96 MERCURY GR. MARQUIS LS 98 MERCURY GR.IL MARQUIS LS
Leather, Full Power, Leather, Full Power,
Only 44K Miles, Low Miles,
Extra Clean Extra Clean
"6,995 CARRIAGE $8,995
TO


GRAND CARAVAN
7 Passenger, Dual Air,
|^ Full Power,
Extra Clean

",950


I U


00 TOYOTA COROLLA CE 03 FORD F350 LARIAT LE 4X4
.. Aulto Air, Power Group, POWER STROKEDIESEL,
CD Extra Clean, Fiberglass Tonneau
S Low Miles Cover, Loaded

T8,850 DDUTY" 9,r995


97 MI.CURY GR. MARQUISLSI
S Leather, FullPower,
Low Miles,
Carriage Top

ni,995


XLT SUPERCAB
V6,
Auto, CD


0,900


FORD EXPLORER
Full Power, CD,,
Extra Clean


ANO


150 98 SATURN WGN. SL2
Air, J Auto, Air, Power Pkg.
CD Player 56K Milesan


,85sol ,99s


MAXIMA GLE
Sunroof, Leather, i
Full Power, l
Extra Clean

6,995


00 LINCOLN NAVIGATOR
Full Power, Moonroof,
j,,uad Leather buckets,
Loaded, Extra Clean

, 1 9,850


ONCORDE LXI
Leather,
Only 39K Miles


6,995


FOD F250 EXT CAB XLT
VS, Auto,
Full Power,
Extra Clean

of 10,995
98 LINCOLN NAVIGATOR
Quad Leather Buckets,

CD, Extra Clean

,995


MUSTANG CONV. 04 FORD F150 FX4 SUPER CREW
Leather, Premium Pkg., Full Power,
S6 Disk CD Player, Loaded
Spoiler, Like New

M7,900 8,900


U


AN QUEST SE
Leather, Moonroof,
SQuad Buckets,
Loaded

0,850


F350 XLT SUPER DUTY
' Power Stroke Diesel,
Full Power,
Extra Clean

6,995


GRAND MARQUIS IS
Leather,
S Full Power,
Low Miles

4,995


99 FORD CROWN VICTORIA LX 03 150 SUPERCAB LARIAT 01 MERCURY SABLE 03 JEEP WRANGLER SPT 00 CHEVY MALIBU
Full Power, Leather, VS, Auto, Leather, Loaded, Hard & Soft Top, Al V6,
Extra Clean Full Power,e Dual Overhead V6, Auto, Air, FullPower,
Extra Clean am CD, Loaded Ex1ra Clean

6j,995 SM900 800 8,800 ,8995


EXPEDITION
Leather,
i VCR/TV,
Full Power,

1O,9 .


CHEVY S-10 LS 91
Auto, CD, Air,
Low Miles,
Extra Clean

m,9951


RANGER XLT 99 (
6 Cyl., Auto,
*, Air,
Extra Clean

6,950


IRYSLER CIRRUS LXI
Auto, Leather,
Full Power,
Extra Clean

,850


TAURUS SE WGN.
Leather,
Full Power,
Extra Clean

,950


EDITION 4X4 XLT 00 FORD EXCURSION XLT
Leather, Leather, 14" DVD,
. Loaded, I V-10, Full Power,
2 Tone Extra Clean

2.900 144.995


ER LTD. CONV. VAN
9 Pass., Leather,
Fold Down Bed,
yLoaded, TV/DVD

,995


EXPLORER XLT 00 FORD FOCUS
Leather, Air, CD,
Full Power 5 Speed,
0 Extra Clean

2,900 .5995


I


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7330 BOATS-POWERED 7330 BOATS-POWERED 7332 PERSONAL
WATER VEHICLES
21' WELLCRAFT, 5.7 Liter 26' Robalo 1997, walk
engine, needs little work, around, T/Mercury, 225 h.p., 1996 Jet Ski 1100 Kawasaki
engine runs great. $3000. 200 gal. tank, 140 hrs., full w/trailer, excellent condition!
Call (941)-473-7058 enclosure, windless, GPS, FF, $2500 obo (941)-460-9074
1st reasonable offer takes it live well, remote spot light,
22' Larson nice cond., must fish boxes, wash down, stove, 1996 SEA DO0 HX, exc.
see. full gaily & head, great sink, marine head, lift kept, cond. $2,750. (941)457
weekender. (941)-473-2762 $40,000, (941)-639-6237 7814
22' Aquasport, 1971, 120 27' Alum Pontoon, no barni- 1996 Seadoo XP, good con-
h.p. Johnson, dual axle trailer, cals, roll carpet, 90hp $995. edition very fast. $2000
$4,000/obo, (941)-875-6173 Needs work. 941-276-3633 941-625-1646
22' CRUISERS INC. 350 27' MAXUM, cruiser 2002,
Chevy; exc. cond. sleeps 4, less than 100 hrs, 350mpi 7333 MISC.
head, stove, sink, frig., 2 bimi- Merc, I/O, 5kw Kohler gen, BOATS/WATER SPORTS
ri tops, camper cover, great ac, head w/shower, water
family boat, $7,750. obo. heater, sink & wet bar, micro, 10' RIB Dinghy, AB Model,
(941)-624-0169 stove, refrig, am/fm stereo, 3.20 1998 model, grey
22' MARIAH Z 222 full camper canvas, windlass Hypalon & Fiberglass,
Shabah Super Sport, anchor, depth finder, hr meter, $1,999. (941-637-8623
less tan 50 hrs, Model gps, vhf radio & compass, exc
2000, new in 2003 cond. Must sell! $58,900 8' 2002 fiberglass flat bottom
fresh water cooled, many (941)-6244325 appt boat, w/ Rocket Trlr. No
fresh water cooledmotor. $800. 941-268-1033
extras. $21,000.00. 30' cabin cruiser sport fisher-
(941) 639-5335 man. Needs motor, beautiful BEGINNERS WINDSURFER,
23' TROPHY 2302, WAC lines, needs restoration. $6K EASY LEARNING, $50. (941)
2004, hard top, better than obo. Call 941-456 4200 505-2173.
new for less, only 40 hrs. 36' Custom House Boat. LIVE WILL TRADE 14' alum. boat
Garmin, GPS, plotter, depth ON THE WATER. Clean, for smaller 10' alum boat that
and FF, Raymarine auto pilot, updated.$23K 239-656-1434 fits in truck. (941)-371-6776
windless, Macerator head, 4/29/05
VHF, AM/FM, CD, shore 7334'OUTBOARD/
power, trim tabs, swim ladder, Bayliner, 15 ft. 50HP Force, MARINE ENGINES
portable A/C, plus much much galv. trlr. runs great.
more. Stored indoors. $2500/B0O 941-474-8094 1985 Johnson 115 hp. Tilt
Reduced. $39,900 (941)- 1985 Johnson 115 hp. Tilt
627-Reduced. $39,940000 (941 Boat Donations Needed and trim. All cables & attach-
627-4006 Non-Profit for ments. Runs excellent.
23' '97 CHAPARRAL Sunesta, Health & Fitness $1500/obo. 941-764-1481
deck boat very clean, 5.7 Mer- or 941-234-7778.
cruiser, eng. maint. done, pri- Supports Special Needs
vate head, galley w/ sink, JVC Call Dennis (800)488-6745 1999 200 Mercury 0/B with
AMFM stereo. Bimini. **** Free Pick Up **** all attachments $1495. Call
$16,000/obo. Call James F. Dept. ofAgriculture CH16520239-273-0016
941- 628-0348. 2- 4 cyl. Ford Lehman diesels,
23' 1988 4 WINNS Cruiser, $$ CASH PAID $$ marine application. $2500.
large cuddy & head. 260HP, For Your Boat or Yacht. 456-6332.
Trailer, great cond. $8400. Any Size or Price. 2.5 NISSAN Boat Motor, Like
(941)-408-0859 Will Come To You. new. 4 hrs. of freshwater use.
23' Glastron Carlson Cuddy (941)626-9075 Paid $1200 sell for $575.
Cabin, 460, ,V8 engine, FIBERGLASS AIR BOAT 350ci, (941)-429-0079
Berkley jet drive, trailer. Share with trailer $400/obo.- 50HP Evinrude $400. obo
it out or sell. Need $900 for (941)-628-6333 (863)-494-2601
.share club + $80/mo. dues.
(9411-286-0239 for details Sailing Dingy $350 EVINRUDE 90hp, T&T,, 20"
Inflatable Dingy $375, shaft, runs great, $975.
23' HURRICANE by God- (941)223-5915 SOLD!
frey, 2000, Model 237 w/
fish package, Yamaha 7331 SAILBOATS MERCURY, 60HP, T&T, con-
200HP, new sunbrella 7331 SAILBOATS trols, cables, good condition,
cover. $22,500. (941)- 24' 1986 TED BREWER $1190. (941-916-5228
505-8125 design, quick step 24 sloop,
233,1994 REGAL, 5.7L, dual brand new sails, full electron- 7336 BOAT STORAGE/
prop, cabin, re-powered 2004. ics. Too much to list. DOCKING
$9,999/obo (941)475-1754 $23,000. (941)-628-9718
25', 1989 Wellcraft Walk 31' 1968 C&C CLASSIC B/emoAT L@ Pirate Har-10OOOLB,
Around Cuddy 2250MC. Sea SLOOP, 33" Draft, quiet atom- w/Remote. (941)505 @ Pirate Harbor
drive 1999 Heavy Duty Alum ic 4, tiller pilot, dinghy with(9415059251.
trailer $8500 **SOLD** motor, must sell $11,900 DOCK SPACE 234 Bangsberg
25' RAVEN, 1991 I/0, 350 obo. Call 239-992-8846 Rd., off Edgewater, holds 22'-
Merc, needs work, incl trailer. 50' boat, power or sail. Deep
$1800/obco (94114884330 7332 PERSONAL water. Asking $250. mo.
ADVERTISE WATER VEHICLES (813)-626-8353
For Rent, Storage shed for
In 1995 Kawasaki 900ZXI, boat or RV. 6 mos @
Th C ino motor, clean title $50/mo.
he Classified! $300 obo (941)423-9353 941-485-2116


asking $185. (941)-b/575-/7588
7360 CYCLES/MOPEDS/
SCOOTERS
7339 CANOES/
KAYAKS 1983 HONDA V65 MAGNA,
1100 cc, new clutch & rear
tire. Under 30k mi., $3,000.
FL's Largest Kayak Selec- obo SOLD!
tion! Rentals, Tours, Classes. obo SOLD!
Economy Tackle 6018 S 1985 Yamaha FZ750 has
Trail, Sara. (941)922-9671 engine & transmission work
done to give it more power --
KAYAKS & CANOES $1,500 obo (941)-4294122
SALES, RENTAL, EQUIP. 1986 HONDA, 250 Rebel,
LARGEST SELECTION IN red exc cond, runs great.
SOUTHWEST FI e5c obo 1 great.
SOUTHWEST FLORIDAVER $1250/obo (941)-460-0217
(239) 992-4050 1986 Honda Rebel,
..... .. ..g.. ood condition, runs good,
NECKY Kayak, Model Looksha $800 obo (94 -2235760
3, Used twice. $1200. (941)-
833-5711 U 1986 Honda Shadow,
VT1100, good cond., reliable
STAILER & & economical transportation,,
7341 TRAILER & $2,500, (941-639-9504
ACCESSORIES 1988 Goldwing GL1500, 31k
' T mi., CB, cass., virtually new
17' Magic Tilt galvanized boat cond. $4,479.59 629-0120
trailer, good cond. $650.
(941)-625-7554 2003 KAWASAKI VULCAN 750
.FOR, SALE $5000 OBO. 941-
20' 2004 Alum. Boat Trailer, 627-0633
Like new, used only once.
$1400. (941)-661-0789 1995 Yamaha Virago, 750
V-Twin, exc. cond. Moving,
2004 HAULMARK 7'x14', side must sell, $2,500/obo,
& back doors, bought new, SOLD!!
used twice, $4,100/obo. 941-
6134030 1998 -Honda Goldwing
1500SE. Excellent cond;
,2005 FOREST 7'x14' en- new tires, 17,000 miles
closed Cargo Hauler, back' $9800.; 941-625-8078
ramp door, side door, dual f,,lr,,-Cl wheel chocks
axle, electric brakes r p upor rer, holds 3
7000gvw, great looking chain- dirt bikes, 1 holds 4 bikes.
page ext, used 3x. $4500$75ea/obo. 941- 626-2376
Tony @1(9411-321-5153
2000 883 Sportster, pearl,
4X 8 Utility, new tires, exc cond! 18K miles, exc cond $5,800
good for cycle hauling or mow- 941475-4104 or 475-8354
ers $350obo (941)-697-6237 2000 HARLEY Heritage
9'x5', 2 Brand li-Jw ir:: 2 Springer, exc. cond. 15K mi,
New Spare Tires. $200 OBO loaded with extras & chrome,.
941-268-3475 $19,500. (941)-639-8183


7336 BOAT STORAGE/
DOCKING
VENICE COVERED AREA FOR
BOAT STORAGE $75/MO.
941-486-1153

7338 MARINE SUPPLY
& EQUIP.
Anchors, dingy, davits, spool
1/2 nylon, genaker w/sock,
whisker pole, sail hardware,
fuel tanks, 941-629-8674
GPS: New! Lowrance Global
Map 1600. Orig. $600. ask-
ing $325. obo (941)-637-
0899
Teak Boat trim 10 board foot
$100, (941-1-698-9891 or
(941)456-5418
WANTED: Used oars, 5 ft.
or 6 ft.. Call (941)-575-
9557 after 5:30 p.m.
YAMAHA 4 blade SS hi perfor-
mance, 13 3/4x22, like new,


7341 TRAILER &
ACCESSORIES
CARGO TRAILER, 12' Wells
Cargo, 4 wheel brakes, exc.
shape, $1900. obo.
--.SOLD***


Enclosed Trailer, 20', dual
axle, $1,000, (941) 380-5556

NEW BOAT TRAILERS AT
Dealer Cost. Credit Cards
Accepted. WEST COAST
TRAILER (941)698-9902
SALE OR TRADE 6x14 horse
trailer, jockey room, saddle &
bridle room, tinted windows,
bumber pull, $3000. obo.
Tom, (941-764-1929 or 941-
628-1450
UTILITY trailer, 5'x 10', single
axle, $445. 941- 916-5228
WANTED: (2) Boat Trailers
for 24' & 27' boats.
941-6244801


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7360 CYCLES/MOPEDS/ 7365 ATV 7370 CAMPERS/
SCOOTERS TRAVEL TRAILERS
FOR SALE Brand new
2000 YAMAHA V-STAR ATV 150, $1900. BEST CASH PRICE
1100 CLASSIC, only 3700 Please call (941)-661-5816 for your RV's,
miles, extras, exc. cond. Yamaha Warrior 350 ATV. Travel Trailers, Generators.
$5200. SOLD!! $1000.00 (941) 623-3742 or
2001 HARLEY Davidson, 883 Call (941)468-6519 (352)-279-3281
Sportster Hugger, 560 mi. Eagle by Jayco, 33', exc.
Asking $7000 (941)-286-1823 7370 CAMPERS/ cond. 2001 model, sleeps
2002 HARLEY DAVIDSON Low TRAVELTRAILERS up to 10, fully equipped,
Rider, 9500 miles, lots of asking $17,000/obo. 941-
extra chrome, excellent condi- 1989 Hilo 33ft Camper, good 505-1494
tion, extra seat, saddle bags, shape, like new, Q-bed, rear FREE' 1993 Coachman Slide
windshield, alarm system, front kitchen 941-627-3065 InCamper- Storm damaged, 2
$12,000 obo (941)-815-8633 1997 35' FRANKLIN Park broken jacks, repairable.
2002 HONDA VTX 1800C Model, w/8'x22' Silver Top GONE!!!!!!!!!
NEVER DROPPED, GARAGED, Florida room, no damage, I BUY Travel Trailers, 5th
CORBIN HARDBGS, WIND- very clean, in storage, Wee Par Models.
SHIELD, STAGE 3 PWR COM- $12,000 obo. 941-833-0796' Cash/Top dollar. Call Dave
MANDER,FULL HEADER WITH 1998 28' Keystone TT, large ( 813)-713-3217
PIPE,CONSIDER PRTL TRADE slide out, AC & many extras. NEW 05 32' Jayco TT, sleeps
OF 4 WHLRS 941-626-4567 239- 7316499 NEW 05 32' Jayco TT, sleeps
S$8900. 239- 731-6499 8, slide out, CHA, used only 3
2002 Triumph Boneville Amer- 2000 33' PROWLER, 2 mos. Asking $16,500. 941-
ica. Perfect cond.Only 1,700 Bedrms, sleeps 10, scr room. 623-0092.
miles w/cover and extras $12,900. (941)-475-8483 ,
$4,900 or o.b.o. 941-474- Truck topper, fiberglass, dark
0056 or 941-625-4888 2001 PROWLER, Ultra Lite, gray, 72.5 inch wide, 99 inch
28', A/C, awning, sleeps 6, long, 22 inch high, front &
2003 Suzuki Intruder 7,200 everything works, $7900. side sliding windows.
miles v-twin motor $5,000. (941-626-9075 $250/obo. 941-416-3978
575-7.763 2003 ELITE Fg. 42' 5th
2004 Honda Electric Mini wheel, 3 slide outs, 2BR, W/D, 7380 MOTOR HOMES/
Motorcycle,, like new, cost DW, exc. shape, $21,000. RVS
$200 sell for $125. 941-628-8250
426-1981 2003 TOYBOX WANDERER 19' 2001 COACH HOUSE,
2004 SUZUKI, SV650S, 300 Wagon, 32', 5th wheel, Exc. Cond., 21k mi.,'AC,
mi, perfect cond. $4500. loaded, generator, sleeps 8, Gen., $35,000. Must See!
.(941)-270-7465 $19,500. (941)-815-1257 941-286-6561 or 764-9196
Honda Aero 125, $400 obo 2004 39' SPARTAN Travel 1978 Class C, sleeps 4,.460
Call (941)412-1786 Trailer, 2 slide outs, AC, Wash- motor, new roof air, $3600.
MTAer, Dryer, Awning, Extras. obo (941)-629-5421 or 628-
MUSTANG SEAT &Hwy pegs Located in Ft. Myers. 6257
for 750 Honda 'Ii, ,:,.:. $19,800' 954-914-8196 Cell
941-915-4677 1982 Pace Arrow 32' Class A,
SCOOTER, 45MPH, 60-7 2005 30' FLEETWOOD Ultra- 454 Cl, motor & trans rebuilt,
SCOOTER 45MPH 6070 Lite 4 x 12 pushout, under Call for details $8500. 607-
MF- -.,-,hlu=, I..rfi.! warr,, $25,000, red. $15,900. 427-293, located in Pt. Gorda
iGerh I d 1.1 ridl' 218-349-1041, 349-5243.
$850 (941)-488-4848 1' 995 DAMEN INTRUDER, 35'.
STORM RIDERS, detail shop 25' Flagstaff 2001, front New tires, 20k miles,
's t tu ,., &p q oueen bed, rear bath, 2 $29,900. or will trade for
store,. TO l cars, & entrance doors, sleeps 6, smaller one. 941627-6937
"trucks. W .-3e I,.Ir,,'., gifts & exc.I cond. $9,500, smaller one, (941627-6937
apparel. 941-764-7782. .... *,SOLD****** 1997 Southwind Storm 34',
Vespa ET 4, 2001,4 ir:, 26' JAYCO EAGLE .1996, well warrslide 2 oad er to bumpi.
150cc, 0 i s;ms -:Ce f &self contained, war oaded, 50 m4.8
series, $3400.941-625-5406 ex ond, s inep $40,000/obo. 941-408-8403
$6,000/obo. (9411-697-8776 1998 29 ft Winnebago Minnie,
7365 ATV 34' 1989 5th Wheel Fleet- 19K. m. new A/c Awnings,(863)-993-2557
wood, Good Condition. Newer $31K obo (8631-993-2557
2000 HONDA 400, 2 sets of AC No leaks. 4$640., now 2002 Monaco Monarch. 35',
rims & tires, $1500. 941- $5000. (941)-639-7078 2 slides, loaded, garaged,
661-9371.- MUST SELL! V10, 11k, $75,000; Or
2002 Yamaha 350 Banshee 37' 04 Heritage, 2 slides, best offer., (941)473-1233
runs great, great cond. W/D, AC, power jack, DW. 2004 40' ALLEGRO TSP, bus,
$3400 OBO (863)-990-6892 $23,500. 813-391-3244 3 slides, 400 Cummins, Onan
2004 SUZUKI LT-Z250, white, 5th Wheel 2005 42' 2BR gen., 2 leather sofas,
rarely used, garage kept, deal- Fibergass 3 sldes, 2AC W/D,14k miles, loaded, winter
er serviced, perfect cond. Washer Dryer, Loaded, Self ready to -20, exc. cond.,
$3200. (9411-505-8218 Cont. sacrifice $35,900 or $170k. (941)-286-5753
2004 Yamaha Raptor 660, trade smaller -'.' ,:jrn .d,.-r 26' GMC Motor Homel977,
like new, hardly used, from WPB, Must .- ii ..',,et sleeps 6, excel. cond. Asking
$4,950/obo. 941-743-7372 (407)-301-5457 $15,900. (941) 505-0653.
ATV/MOTORCYCLE Competi- _ASSFJFIE 26' WINNEBAGO 1988, 2-
tion Boots, with Wick socks, owner, well kept, like hew
original sales receipt $250, inside, low mi. $12,000/obo
perfect $95 941-639-0314 (941)-650-2968


7380 MOTOR HOMES/
RVs
32' JAYCO 1990 5th Wheel,
good condition, $5,000.00.
(941) 286-7654 after 5 p.m.
33' RV FOR SALE! (941)-270-
1099
35' 2000 Alumalite 5th Wheel
by Holiday Rambler. Very nice
condition. Wood cab, 3 slides,
Qn bed, W/D, only $24,900.
(941)-423-6274 or 815-6009
36' Georgetown LX, new
2004, motorhome, only
2,400 mi., loaded, 3 slides,
$83,900, (941)-613-1313
37' DUTCHSTAR 1996
Cummins deisel 210 puller, All-
son trans, freightliner chassis,
6500 Onan gen, rear monitor,
level jacks, many extras. 36,998
mi. $42K. 941-698-0183
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