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 Section A: Main: Opinion
 Section A: Main: Business...
 Section A: Main: Obituaries
 Wheels
 Section B: Our Town
 Section B: Coffee Break
 Section B: Venice Venue
 Section B: Well-Being
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 Section B: Religion
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Title: Venice gondolier sun.
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Table of Contents
    Section A: Main
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        page A 3
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    Section A: Main: Sports
        page A 6
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    Section A: Main continued
        page A 8
        page A 9
        page A 10
    Section A: Main: Opinion
        page A 11
        page A 12
    Section A: Main: Business Matters
        page A 13
    Section A: Main: Obituaries
        page A 14
    Wheels
        page 1
        page 2
        page 3
        page 4
        page 5
        page 6
        page 7
        page 8
        page 9
        page 10
        page 11
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    Section B: Our Town
        page B 1
    Section B: Coffee Break
        page B 2
    Section B: Venice Venue
        page B 3
    Section B: Well-Being
        page B 4
    Section B: South News
        page B 5
    Section B: Religion
        page B 6
        page B 7
        page B 8
        page B 9
    Section B continued
        page B 10
    Section B: Green Sheet
        page B 11
    Section B continued
        page B 12
        page B 13
        page B 14
        page B 15
    Section B: Photo Album
        page B 16
    Real Estate/Classified
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EDITION


Habitat continues Blitz Build in Venice


In just five days a concrete pad is being trans-
formed into the home a family never thought it
would have.


Good guys
Local businesses pitched
in to help our veterans.


Days three and four of the
construction of the Habitat
for Humanity Blitz Build
home in South Venice:
Wednesday
Habitat volunteers worked
until the wee hours of morn-
ing on Wednesday. Plumbing,


electricity and air condition-
ing workers were on site until
3 a.m. to get the home ready
for inspections at 7:30 a.m.
The Habitat home passed
all inspections needed for
construction to continue.
Judy Wilcox, executive di-
rector of Habitat, said the
inspection results were "testi-
mony of professionalism
from all of the builders."


With the thumbs-up on
inspection, volunteers then
climbed onto the roof and
attached shingles one by one
while dripping in sweat from
the heat. Project Manager
John Olliver looked up into
the dark clouds creeping over
and ignored the thunder,
hoping that the weather co-
operated so the building
would be back on track from
the rain delay on Monday.
Olliver wiped sweat from
his cheek and said excitedly,
"We're on our way."
Please see HABITAT, 2A


CODE ENFORCEMENT BOARD ACTS; BUILDINGS TORN DOWN


Or not
What we've seen on the
scene around town.


OUR TOWN 11B
Safe at home
They're ready for Mother
Nature's worst this year.


SUN PHOTO BY JEFF TAVARES, jtavares@venicegondolier.com
The Habitat home at 4788 Pompano Road in Venice gets closer
to Friday's scheduled completion.


SMH to mayor:


Thanks, but


no thanks
The idea of a shared medical services partnership
between public and private hospitals is called
"complex," as Sarasota Memorial moves forward
with its South County plans for Laurel Road.


BYJJ. ANDREWS
ASSISTANT EDITOR


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Workers tear down the vacant gas station at 401 SouthTamiami Trail on Thursday. SIK
Corp. of Sarasota finally moved forward with the demolition after the city
threatened fines of $250 per day because it had been ruled an unsafe structure.



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Other offensive sites
around the city and
surrounding areas
continue to generate
complaints as code
enforcement
departments decide
what to do.

BYJJ. ANDREWS
ASSISTANT EDITOR
For three years shop
owner Roberto Alonso has


counted on word of mouth
rather than his storefront
sign to bring in customers.
El Rincon Mexicano
bakery and shop has re-
mained hidden along In-
dian Avenue behind a
vacant, deteriorating for-
mer gas station that's be-
come a home for rats and
inquisitive children look-
ing for something mischie-
vous to do after leaving
Venice Elementary School,
which is only two blocks
away.
So Wednesday was a day
for celebration when the


heavy machinery showed
up and started tearing
down the building at 401
South Tamiami Trail.
"Oh, it was great to see,"
Alonso said. "It was really
like a sore thumb. People
are looking for the shop,
and they can't find it.
"I was terrified for the
kids. I ran them out more
than once. You know, kids
are kids, but there are bad
things in there."
The old gas station is
one of many now-vacant
Please see EYESORES, 3A


In an effort to protect
Venice's private hospital,
Mayor Dean Calamaras asked
Sarasota Memorial Hospital a
week ago to abandon its plans
for a medical facility on
Laurel Road and instead to fo-
cus on creating a public-pri-
vate partnership with Venice
Regional Medical Center.
The response letter from
SMH CEO Gwen MacKenzie
essentially said thanks, but no
thanks. The public hospital is
moving forward to create a
66-acre medical campus on
Laurel Road next to Interstate
75.
MacKenzie's letter does not
Exclude the potential for part-
nerships with private compa-
ny Health Management Asso-
ciates Inc., owner ofVRMC, at
some point in the future.
However, those suggested
partnerships are along the
lines of developing workforce
housing with Gulf Coast
Community Foundation of
Venice rather than medical
services partnerships. Sara-
sota Memorial assigned
GCCFV the right to purchase
146 acres of land east of 1-75,
and the charitable organiza-
tion is expected to sign the'
papers today.
Other than that, SMH has
not made any financial com-


"Once again, I feel
like we're being
short-changed.
There are a lot of
issues here that
ought to be
addressed."
Mayor Dean
Calamaras


mitments toward GCCFV's
goal of creating a workforce
housing community.
"We are open to exploring
possible partnership oppor-
tunities with Venice Regional
Medical Center, as you sug-
gested in your letter," Mac-
Kenzie wrote. "In fact, we are
particularly interested in
forming an immediate col-
laboration to address work-
force housing issues."
SMH spokeswoman Lyn
Cassan elaborated Thursday
that a medical services part-
nership would be "complex"
because of the mixing of
VRMC's private money with
SMH's taxpayer dollars.
What response?
When asked about his
opinion of the response letter,
Please see SMH, 5A


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Mote releases two sea turtles in gulf


STAFF REPORT


Scientists with Mote Ma-
rine Laboratory released two
sea turtles into the gulf on
ois Lir Wednesday after several
Doris apeirre months of rehabilitation.
Mary Muir Mote officials carried Wes,
a juvenile green sea turtle,
and Iris, a subadult logger-
head sea turtle, into the water
before the turtles disap-
peared beneath the waves at
................. 11B around 9:30 a.m. off Mana-
................... 7A sota Beach Road.
Charles Manire, head of
Mote's Sea Turtle Rehabil-
itation Hospital, said Wes was
ise found stranded at the south-


ern end of Longboat Key on
March 4. He was bloated and
covered in large barnacles.
Wes also suffered from pneu-
monia and was showing
some neurological problems,
possibly caused by red tide.
Iris, who was found in
Sarasota Bay near the 10th
Street boat ramp on April 14,,
the day before federal taxes
are due, was named after the
Internal Revenue Service.
Manire said Iris showed
signs of lethargy and anemia,
and was extremely weak.
"Both of these animals
were near death when they
arrived at Mote," Manire said.


Manire said in a statement:
"Iris was very anemic and had
to be given the human cancer
drug therapy Procrit to sur-
vive. Surprisingly, both re-
sponded. very well to treat-
merit and are ready for re-
lease."
Red tide around Sarasota
forced officials to release the
turtles on Manasota Key.
Loggerheads are a threat-
ened species. Greens are con-
sidered endangered.
Full nests
Some 615 sea turtle nests
Please see TURTLES, 5A


Mote Marine Laboratory staff and volunteers carry a rehabili-
tated loggerhead sea turtle into the water of Manasota Beach
Wednesday morning. The subadult loggerhead and a juvenile
green sea turtle, both of which were close to dying when they
were discovered stranded in Sarasota several months ago,
were released south of Sarasota because of the red tide.


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SUN PHOTOS BY JEFF TAVARES,
jtavares@venicegondolier.com
Frank Rauch, a volunteer with Habitat for
Humanity, works on the roof of the Blitz Build View out of a front living room window as
house on Thursday. workers take a short lunch break on Thursday.


HABITAT from page 1A
Nurse Candy Bartlet from
Venice Regional Medical
Center continued to hydrate
workers by tossing Gatorade
up to the volunteer roofers.
SInside the house was very
busy while insulation was
installed and drywall was
unloaded into the home.
Olliver said the drywall that
was donated is the best on the
market, one of the first deliv-
eries in Florida, and is mildew
resistant.
Workers measured, cut
and nailed drywall to the
inside of the home in rapid
speed. Sixteen-year-old vol-
unteer Keith Ott, who has
been on site from almost sun
up to sundown since the pro-
ject began, did the clean up of
debris from the drywall inside
the home.
"I enjoy helping," he said.
Doors, windows and vinyl
siding waited in the garage
after delivery in mid-morn-
ing. Habitat housing candi-
date Katherine Fernandes:
came by to lend a helping
hand in the Hospitality tent.
'; "My house will be next,"
she said with a big smile on
her face. "It will be the 31st
house Venice Habitat will
build."
In the afternoon and
evening, while the roof con-
tinued to be worked on, the
doors and windows were
installed.
Homeowners, Eustis and
Lisa came to their new home
to pull weeds and clean the
yard for grading on Thursday
morning.
By this point everyone had


muddy sneakers and tired
bodies, but they continued to
stay positive. The building did
not suffer any major delay on
Wednesday, because it only
rained during the lunch hour.
Thursday
The roofwas worked on all
morning and by the after-
noon it was completely fin-
ished, taking less than two
days. The yard was graded
and seams were taped on the
drywall in the home. Workers
began prepping the house for
painting.
The inside of the home
began to show defined rooms
and hallways. The home
started to form from a combi-
nations of materials, into a
place the family will come
home to.
Future homeowner Eustis
stood on the sidelines and
watched his new driveway
being formed.
"Being involved with Hab-
itat has been very rewarding,"
he said. "I have learned a lot;
it is a great organization."
According to Beth Ferris,
the family's support sponsor
with Habitat, Eustis never
stopped donating hard labor




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VENICE RCHRLOTT
NORTH PORT


hours back into the organiza-
tion in spite of his imperfect
health.
"He's an inspiration," she
said.
Sod was delivered for the
home in the late afternoon.
Volunteer Bill Goetluck di-
rected the forklift driver
around the yard to ensure the
sod was dropped in the cor-
rect place. Volunteers outside
of the house began putting up
vinyl sidling.
"It is fabulous how this is
all coming together with over-
whelming support from the
community; everyone pulled
together," Wilcox said with
the home less than 48 hours
away from expected comple-
tion.
During the evening hours
on Thursday the kitchen and
bathroom cabinets were to be
installed and the floors
prepped for the vinyl tile to be
laid on Friday.
By the end of the day,
painting was started on the
inside of the home.
On Friday, Habitat for Hu-
manity will hold a dedication
ceremony and reception at
the home on Pompano Road
at 4 p.m.


SUN PHOTO BY JENNIFER WALCHOK
Kelly Olliver works on the roof of the Habitat Blitz Build house in Venice on Thursday.


She knows what it's like to build


Kelly Olliver is carrying on her brother's business
and his legacy.


BY JENNIFER WALCHOK
INTERN


Kelly Olliver is not your
average young lady. She can
build a house, draft the con-
tracts and close the deal all in
a day's work.
-She is a partner in her fam-
ily's business, Predision Cus-
tom Homes, but she is a vol-
unteer at heart.
"I see houses built every
day for people who can afford
them," she said. "I believe
everyone should be able to
achieve that dream."
She sees the Habitat expe-
rience as a way to make an
incredible impact on people's
lives in a short amount of
time.
Olliver's involvement with
the Habitat Blitz Build has
been hands on. She gets
down and dirty and works
just as hard as the men to
contribute to the building of


the home.
According to Judy Wilcox
of Habitat, Kelly is inspira-
tional to work with.
"She is a role model for
young women because she
portrays the fact that women
can really do anything they
put their mind to."
Olliver admits people have
thought it was odd that a
young women would enjoy
working in the construction
field, but said she loves being
in the construction business
because of the opportunity to
work on projects such as the
Habitat build this week.
"I'm here to let other young
people and women know you
can do this type of thing to
help other people," she, said.
A dream of her own
In 2003 Kelly was faced
with a family tragedy when
her 23-year-old brother;
Jonathan, died in a boating


accident. Before his death,
Jonathan started the building
company, Precision, and at
such young age he sold his
first house before it was even
finished being built.
Kelly and her sister-in-law,
Tiffany, would not let her
brother's dream for Precision
die, and continued the busi-
ness with her dad.
Since then she has de-
signed houses, been active on
the building sites and'ex-
panded the company. She has
also worked on volunteer
projects with the Home
Builders Association of Sara-
sota.
This week brought back
memories for Kelly about her
brother and his dream.
Nlany of the workers who
volunteered time for the Blitz
Build were involved in the
building of her brother's first
house.
Kelly has been working
with her father, John, as a
team effort managing the
Blitz Build project. John refers
to her as "a hero."


Jeanne E. Corbin
ISLAND GIRL
Venice Island Specialist
Homes, Condos, 1031 Exchanges
Call (941) 485-5454
Exit Realty Gulf Coast


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This long-vacant Nokomis gas station at the intersection of U.S. 41 and Albee Road has become
a popular spot for street-side merchants, overgrown weeds and various insects that have nest-
ed inside the cracked and rotting structure. Like many other eyesores, this building also
remains for sale.


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Cited by Venice code officers as an unsafe building in March, the former Sun Trust Bank build-
Sing, 420 U.S. 41 Bypass, remains vacant and for sale. Its violations will be in front of code board
Members July 7. The owner hopes to lease or sell the land.


SUN PHOTOS BY JJ. ANDREWS
Once a decaying canopy was removed, city code officers have no other problems with the
empty gas station at 737 U.S. 41 Business. The canopy was bent and twisted following last
year's hurricanes and was a risk. The site is still for sale.


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County code officers cited the former gas station at 1500 U.S. 41 Bypass near Albertson's gro-
cery store for overgrowth and debris on its property. The lot remains unleased.


EYESORES from page 1A

_buildings within city limits
Sand the surrounding area that ,
amract more complaints than
prospective buyers. Both city
Sand county code enforce-
ment officers are left with the
task of regulating overgrown
: weeds, street vendors and
Unsafe buildings as absentee
Landlords hold onto the land
Sand wait for the big payday.
SIK Corporation Inc. out of
: Sarasota has been trying to
Sell the prime real estate.
Sunder the old gas station for
Years, but a host of liens and
: lawsuits against the property
. have kept its future in limbo.
SGetting it demolished took
Action by the Venice Mu-
Snicipal Code Enforcement
SBoard, which ruled that fines
: of $250 per day would start in
:July if the building were still
standing.
"It's a step forward for the
city as a whole," code board
Chair Diana Mier said.
Another demolition
Neighbors and passersby
stopped, took pictures and
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days as the former Gulf Tide
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Road, was torn down and
removed. A three-story con-
dominium development will
.eplace the long-vacanlt hotel
that had becon'e honie to
squatters, rodents and rotting
wood.
The building sat vacant for
years as Venetian Isle De-
velopers battled with the city
and residents over how large
a development could be built.
Earlier this year, the eight-
unit condominium was ap-
proved; it should be finished
in about a year.
City code enforcement
officers gave Venetian Isle
Developers a push at the end
of March, citing the company
with an unsafe-building vio-
lation. The owners either had
to make repairs or demolish
the building, or else face $250
per day fines.
The demolition threat, a
last-ditch effort to improve
properties, requires a site be
designated as an unsafe
structure beyond repair.
That's what happened at the
former gas station and lurked
on the horizon for Gulf Tide
Motel.
"Yesterday was a good day
for demolitions," said Venice
C6de Enforcement Officer


John Patek, referring to the
properties that have kept
complaints flowing into the

On the horizon
The city's next, code board
meeting, July 7, will deal with
a handful of other properties
that have the potential for
"unsafe building" designa-
tions.
A downtown apartment
building, 329 W. Miami Ave.,
was cited as an unsafe build-
ing a couple of days ago and
has been before the code
board on several occasions.
Owners are working to reno-
vate the building, but have
been hit with several con-
struction-without-a-permit
violations.
The old bank building next
toArby's and Taco Bell at 420
North U.S. 41 Bypass also was
cited as an unsafe building.
Like the gas station, this loca-
tion remains vacant and waits
on a future buyer.
At 716 Groveland Ave., the
owner faces coristruction-
without-a-permit charge that
he demolished a preexisting,
nonconforming dwelling at
the rear of his property and
built a larger dwelling with no


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In all three cases, a demoli-
tion order or stiff fines could
result if owners cannot satisfy
city inspector requests and
code board members.
Another vacant gas station
at 737 U.S. 41 Business that
remains for sale is safe, at
least for now, as owners wait
for a buyer. Code officers dis-
covered its canopy was bent
and twisted following last
year's hurricanes, and the
owner had it removed the
next day without challenging
the city.
The structure and lawn
maintenance itself all remain
in compliance, according to
the code enforcement de-
partment.
In the county
Venice code enforcement
only has two officers, and
they often are given com-
plaints about sites outside of
their jurisdiction. Chief
among them is the vacant gas
station next to the Albertson's


and Stein Mart shopping cen-
ter.
An e-mail complaint.went
in to county, commissioners
just more than a week ago,
and-\'ithin days county code
enforcement officers had
posted the property for its
weeds standing at. least two
feet tall in some areas. The
county will mow the weeds
and remove the items if the
violations are not corrected
by July 2, and then bill the
owner in the form of a prop-
erty lien.
County code enforcement
is being called out to 4 acres at
the intersection of Albee
Road and U.S. 41 in Nokomis
on a frequent basis to run off
street vendors and cars for
sale at an abandoned gas sta-
tion. Street vendors are rot
allowed in Sarasota County,
and cars left for sale on a
vacant lot are towed.
Both locations are up for
sale or lease, and remain
boarded up, with faded paint
and cracked concrete blocks,


waiting for a newtenant.
SRichard Kuntz, lead code
enforcement officer for South
County, is one of only five
officers responsible for all
unincorporated areas south
of Clark Road stretching to
Nokomis, South Venice,
Englewood and North Port.
As of now, don't expect
more action on either nui-
sance property because the
structures themselves have
not crossed the line to "unsafe
building."
"Just the peeling paint,
broken windows types of
complaints isn't violation by
ordinance with the county,"
Kuntz said. "Those cases
(with street vendors), in a
sense, the actual property
owners are the victims. They
are not there to see the truck
going on their property. So
the question is, how do they
stop it? If they demolish it,
there is still the land."
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AG: Land

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threat to

Florida

homeowners

A property-rights
lawyer agrees in
principle, but says it's
all about defining the
word "blight."

BYTOMMYMCINTYRE
STAFF WRITER

Reports about the death of
'private property rights in
Venice may be premature.
The U.S. Supreme Court
recently decided that govern-
ments can seize private prop-
erty for economic develop-
ment.
"Under Florida law, only if
property is designated as a
blighted area can it be taken
through the extraordinary
power of eminent domain for
redevelopment, and then
only if it would primarily
serve a public purpose," Flor-
ida Attorney General Charlie
Crist said in a prepared
release. "Quite simply, emi-
hent domain is not available
in Florida if the benefit to a
private party is the para-
mount purpose of the pro-
ject."
Rights attorney Dan Lo-
beck does not believe Crist's
argument is bulletproof.
"The statute does require a
finding of
blight,"
Lobeck said,
"but that
S word is 'so
subject to
misappli-
Scation it pro-
vides no real
S protection.
Lobeck Blight is not
defined; it is
like beauty in the eyes of
"ti' beholder."
" Last week in a 5-4 decision,
the'nation's high court held
that the city of New London,
Conn., may use its eminent
domain authority to take pri-
vate property even when the
sole purpose is to provide
economic revitalization
through private develop-
ment.
Local property rights advo-
cates far and wide chided the
court for its ruling.
Blight
Crist said Florida law al-
lows for the taking of private
property for redevelopment
purposes onlywhere there are
a substantial number of dete-
riorated structures, economic
distress or danger to life or
property.
"In short," he said, "an area
must be proven to be 'blight-
ed' before government can
begin the process of taking
private property for private
redevelopment."
Crist said Florida's consti-
tution and laws provide
greater protection of private
property rights than, either
the U.S. Constitution or Con-
necticut law.
Years ago, Lobeck.said, city
officials declared Sarasota
blighted to qualify downtown
as a Tax Increment Financing
District. He said the designa-
tion permitted the city and
county to increase property
taxes, which could be plowed
back into the city for infra-
structure.
"The point is not so much
whether that was good or bad
as much as how the word
'blight' is defined," he said.
"I'm sure politicians look for-
ward to using the court's deci-
sion to seize private land for


well-connected developers."

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Rules tightening on 'after-the-fact' permits


A Siesta Key doctor paid $600 for unauthorized
rocks in front of his beachfront home. Last
December, the county commission could have
forced him to remove them and start over but
gave him a verbal "hand slap" and an after-the-
fact permit.


BY JACK GURNEY
PELICAN PRESS

One of the more blatant
abuses of Sarasota County
coastal protection regulations
may result in steeper fines for
future violators and a more
detailed application process
for those waterfront property
owners who must secure
after-the-fact permits for
unauthorized projects.
The county commission
agreed to consider rule
changes that would prohibit
after-the-fact permits for
"egregious" incidents that
result in the destruction of
native habitat, dunes or
coastal hammocks, and re-
quire-that they be restored.
The changes could also
boost the $2,000 coastal set-
back variance fee up to
$20,000 if an after-the-fact
permit is required for unau-
thorized work. Under the cur-
rent rules, violators are
charged only three times the
required filing fee, a total of
$6,000.
Finally, if the changes are
adopted, the application
process for after-the-fact per-
mits would require water-
front property owners to dis-


close the name of contrac-
tors, or any other individuals
who performed the unautho-
rized work.
County officials said after-
the-fact permit applications
could be prohibited, and
property owners forced to
remove all unauthorized pro-
jects, but suggested it could
further disrupt the environ-
ment and jeopardize the safe-
ty of some structures.
"It could force property
owners to. remove the foun-
dations of homes that are
threatened by shoreline ero-
sion," said Rob LaDue, a
county environmental super-
visor. "Such a disruption
could be found contrary to
our codes."
Wrong road
The proposed changes will
be drafted into code amend-
ments and presented to the
commission for further con-
sideration. They are the result
of several unauthorized pro-
jects that have come before
the commission, including
one in particular that brought
the issue to a head.
It concerned an after-the-
fact permit application filed
by a Siesta. Key doctor who


reportedly paid $600 for the
installation of an unautho-
rized rock revetment in front
of his Sanderling Club beach-
front home. The case angered
several commissioners.
On Dec. 14, they reluctant-
ly voted 4-1 to let Dr. William
E Bennett off the hook with a
hand slap, despite evidence
that he attempted to bypass
county regulations and could
not identify who installed the
shoreline rocks without a per-
mit.
Only commissioner Paul
Mercier argued that Bennett
should start over again and
prove to environmental offi-
cials the rocks
were properly
installed.
"We are
going down
/ the wrong
Sr o ad ,"
Mercier said.
"He (Bennett)
should be
Mercier made to tear
up the rocks
and do this right."
Much ado...
Sarasota attorney Morgan
Bentley represented Bennett
at the Dec. 14 hearing and
described the case as a "tem-
pest in a teapot," despite a
lengthy list of contradictions
contained in sworn affidavits
submitted to coastal re-
sources officials and present-
ed to the commission.
In December 2003, the
commission approved an
after-the-fact coastal setback
variance for the 40-foot-long


rock wall Bennett had corl-
structed next to his 7722
Sanderling Road home, but
with a stipulation that he pro-
vide the contractor's name.
The stipulation require-
ment shed a whole new light
on the project. Bennett sub-
mitted a sworn affidavit to
county officials that identified
Greg Meradith as the contrac-
tor, a man he identified as a
heavy equipment operator
who was paid "directly" for
the work.
On March 4, 2004, county
officials interviewed Mer-
adith and, according to a staff
report, he denied having
done the work. On June 22,
2004, Meradith provided a
sworn affidavit that repeated
the denial, and stated he did
not know who Bennett hired
to do the work.
Natural resources officials
conducted a follow-up inter-
view with Bennett, and they
were informed that Duncan
Seawall President Steve Lie-
bel had provided Meradith's
name. The firm had previous-
ly done site work for Bennett
in 1999.
However, Liebel told coun-
ty officials that Meradith was
a carpenter by trade and inca-
pable of doing the rock instal-
lation work According to the
report, Liebel denied provid-
ing Bennett with the name of
someone who could do the
job.
Times 10.
On June 8, commissioner
Nora Patterson said that
increasing the application fee


for after-the-fact permits
from $2,000 to $6,000 was
"peanuts"
S and recom-
mended that
a multiplier of
10 from
S$2,000 to
i-.:" $20,000 -
would be a
better deter-
rent.
Patterson But commis-
sioner David
Mills didn't see it that way.
"About 80 percent of the
people who apply for after-
the-fact per-
;:. mits did not
know they


were breaking
the law," he
said. "We'd be
penalizing a
lot of people
who are not
a w a r e.
Couldn't we
educate


them?"
LaDue responded that the
county will reach out to con-
tractors, paving companies
and the public through letters
and newspaper articles, and
attempt to educate property
owners that shoreline pro-
jects are governed by a special
set of rules.
"I agree with all of that,"
Patterson said, "but when
people put revetments in the
wrong place it is never to their
disadvantage. Sometimes I
have felt this was not done by
mistake, and our fines should
be sufficiently high enough to
give these people pause."


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FRIDAY, JULY 1,2005


Close but not quite in


All-America contest


STAFF REPORT


The citizens of Sarasota
County came close in their
quest to be named an All-
America City but were not
one of 10 communities to
receive designation for 2005
at the 56th Annual All-Amer-
ica City Awards in Atlanta,
Ga., on Saturday.
Sarasota County was one
of 30 communities show-
cased at the three-day confer-
ence for the National Civic
League. The 10 communities
that received All-America City
designations were: Seward,
Alaska; Canoga Park, Calif.;
Lauderhill, Fla.; Pompano
Beach, Fla.; Port Huron,
Mich.;Willmar, Minn.; Carrol-
Iton, Mo.; .Georgetown Coun-
ty, S.C.; Orangeburg County,
S.C.; and Winchester, Va.
"While we were not among
the 10.communities receiving
the highest accolades, partici-


pating in the process taught
us the value of our highly
engaged citizenry and recog-
nizing the importance of their
efforts to address and solve
the seemingly insolvable
issues that plague local gov-
ernment today, issues such as
affordable housing, redevel-
opment and mass transit. We
listened and we learned," said
Sarasota County Adminis-
trator Jim Ley.
The All-America City
Award encourages and recog-
nizes civic excellence, honor-
ing the communities in which
citizens, government, busi-
nesses and nonprofit organi-
zations demonstrate success-
ful resolution of critical com-
munity issues.
Since 1949, more than
4,000 communities have
competed and nearly 500'
have received All-America
City designations. For more
information, visit ncl.org.


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Friday
High 91, Low 78
Some clouds with
scattered AM / PM
rain.
Saturday
High 91, Low 77
Partly cloudy with
isolated rain showers.
Sunday
High 92, Low 76
Partly cloudy with
isolated rain showers.
Monday
High 92, Low 76
Partly cloudy with
isolated rain showers.


Cape Sable to Tarpon Springs:
(Including Sarasota and Chatlotte counties)
Southwest winds at 5 to 10 knots.
Seas 1 to 2 feet, light chop.
Tarpon Springs to Apalachicola:
Southwest winds at 5 to 10 knots.
Seas 2 to 3 feet, light chop.


High Thursday 90
Low Thursday 77
Rainfall
Total this week 0.23
Total this year 22.34
Normal YTD 15.36
Rainfall totals are for a 24-hour
period ending at 6 p.m.
Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday as recorded at the
offidal weather station in
Venice.


Above
nomnal
for
June

4.02

June
rain
11.42


Sunrise/set


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


8:28 p.m.
6:40 a.m.

2:46 a.m.
4:28 p.m.


DAYLIGHT SAVINGS TIME
DATE HIGH HIGH LOW LOW
A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M.
FRI 1 8:22 ----- 1:58 4:52
SAT 2 9:00 ----- -- 5:47
SUN 3 9:40 ----- ----- 6:33
MON 4 10:19 --- ------- 7:14
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a-A.M. p-P.M.


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June 29......728
June 28......256
June 27......535
June 26......734 |
June 25......833


June 29 .... 5-9-12-14-19
June 28 ...... 1-2-9-15-20
June 27.... 1-11-14-27-29
June 26.... 2-13-26-30-31
June 25. ... 7-11-30-34-35

Payoff for June 28
1 5-digit winner..... $208,216.46-
367 4-digit winners...... $91.50
10,802 3-digit winners:......$8.50
2-digit winners..........Quick Pick ticket


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June 29....... 1-3-6-11-27-44
June 25........6-8-16-28-46-48
June 22......5-14-22-35-41-42
June 18........1-5-18-20-22-47
June 15.......2-20-22-30-31-51
June 11...........2-7-9-12-20-23


Payoff for June 29
0 6-digit winners..........;......... $-
119 5-digit winners..$2,732.50
6,368 digit winners:.......$41.50
105,852 3-digit.winners:.$3.50
Drawing occurs Wednesdays, Saturdays


Estimated jackpot $12 million


SARASOTA COUNTY BRIEFS


Neighborhood grant cycle
Workshops are scheduled
for June and July to teach the
application process for the
Sarasota County Neighbor-
hood Grant program.
The workshops are for rep-
resentatives of neighborhood
associations, homeowners
associations and ad hoc
groups of neighbors who will
be responsible for preparing
and submitting grant appli-
cations on behalf of their
groups and ensuring compli-
ance with the grant require-
ments.
Neighborhood groups
seeking to enhance the quali-
ty of life in their neighbor-
hoods may apply for the next
cycle in the grant program
after at least one of their rep-
resentatives attends one of
the following workshops: '
Tuesday, July 5, 6 p.m.,
Fnruirille Public Library, 100
Coburn Road, Sarasota
Saturday, July 9, 10 a.m.,


Frances T. Bourne Jacaranda
Library, 4143 Woodmere Park
Blvd., Venice
Monday, July 11, 2 p.m.,
Gulf Gate Library, 7112 Cur-
tiss Ave., Sarasota
Wednesday, July 13, 6
p.m., Englewood Sports
Complex, 1300 South River
Road, Englewood
Saturday, July 16, 10 a.m.,
North Port Library, 13800
Tamiami Trail, North Port
Monday, July 18, 2 p.m.,
County Administration Cen-
ter, 1660 Ringling Blvd., Sara-
sota
Sarasota County urges res-
idents to take an active role in
determining the needs of
their neighborhoods. Neigh-
borhood grants can help pre-
serve and enhance the quality
of life in neighborhoods by
providing matching grants to
help fund needed improve-
ment projects.
Grants are awarded for
projects that provide a public


benefit by providing safety,
preserving character and
value, building neighborhood
leadership or enhancing
neighborhood health.
Due to limited space, res-
ervations are required for the
workshops. The deadline for
submitting grant applications
is Aug. 15.
For more information,
contact Rochelle Brassard,
Neighborhood Grant coordi-
nator, at 861-5000 or rbras
sar@scgov.net.
County to host
community conversations
The public is invited to a
series of community conver-
sations to discuss community
values and the kind of com-
munity residents want to cre-
ate for future generations.
SThe meetings will be hosted
by Jim Ley, Sarasota County
administrator.
During similar listening
sessions four years ago, the


county identified a number of
community issues. Ley said
these new meetings are the
next step to understand what
residents value in a commu-
nity and to hear what they
want to contribute to their
community's future.i
"I believe our shared future
depends on people with
diverse interests coming to-
gether to share their passions
and talents," Ley said. "We
invite people to bring open
minds and to be prepared to
offer and consider many per-
spectives."
Residents are asked to con-
tact the Sarasota County Call
Center at (941) 861-5000 to
reserve a spot at the most
convenient meeting date and
location.
.All of the Community Con-
versation sessions are from
5:30-7 p.m.:
Thursday, July 7, Eng-
lewood Sports Complex, 1.300
South River Road, Engle-


wood.
Monday, July 18, Twin
Lakes Park, Conference Room
A, Green Office Complex,
6700 Clark Road, Sarasota.
Tuesday Aug. 9, George
Mullen Activity Center, 4956
City Center Blvd., North Port.
SCATfor a dime
Sarasota County Area
Transit is once.again offering
its popular "Dime a Ride"
Summer Freedom program,
which allows students up to
age 18 to ride the bus one way
on any regular SCAT route for
only 10 cents from May 25-
Sept. 3.
That's a sizeable drop from
the regular bus fare of 50
cents per ride; or 25 cents for
seniors (age 65 and over) and
persons with disabilities.
Plus, said Mobility General
Manager Jim Harriott, "All the
buses are equipped with bike
racks, so it's easy to bring your
bicycle along. It's an inexpen-


sive way to get to jobs, the
beaches, parks,. camps, li-
braries and movie theaters."
No bus passes are required
tb receive the discounted
rate, .although proof of age
may be requested from older
teenagers. The rate is good on
all regular SCAT- routes,
excluding SCAT-Plus and the
Veterans Bus.
SCAT buses operate six
days a week, making more
than 3,000 stops all over
Sarasota County, including
connections with Manatee
County Area Transit. The new
regional Route 99 offers ser-
vice along U.S. 41 from
Palmetto to downtown Sara-
sota.
For more information, call
the Sarasota County Call
Center at 861-5000.
For more information
about SCAT services and
schedules,, call 861-1234
Monday through Saturday
from 5 a.m. to 8 p.m.


SMH from page 1A

the mayor said, "What re- while ignoring the need for use Venice Regional Medical South County residents. Add to that the $25 million nesses in Venice.
sponse?" maternity and psychiatric Center facilities. Previous partnership offers SMH is spending to purchase "This doesn't do much to
Calamaras believes Sara- services both lacking in The public hospital to the when VRMC was Venice the Laurel Road property and alleviate the problems we
sota Memorial avoided his South County and Venice. north isn't interested, which Hospital and Bon Secours additional costs to build the have down here," Calamaras
hard questions about how its The mayor believes a deal can 'the mayor said is in keeping Venice Hospital both pub- facility, and Calamaras thinks said. "Once again, I feel like
proposed Laurel Road cam- be struck to create maternity with a history of Sarasota lic entities were allowed to it's taxpayers that are being we're being short-changed.
pus will double or even triple and psychiatric wards operat- Memorial not working with die by SMH board members, taken advantage of in an There are a lot of issues here
services already in Venice ed by Sarasota Memorial.that others to meet the needs of Calamaras said.. effort to hurt private busi- that ought to be addressed."


TURTLES frompagelA


were,reported on Manasota
Key as of Sunday, the Coastal
Wildlife Club reported Tues-
day.
All but one are nests of the
loggerhead sea turtle. One is a
green sea turtle nest on
Stump Pass Beach State Park.
Green turtles are considered
an endangered species.
Club leader Wilma Katz
said the count covers the en-
tire key from Caspersen
Beach in Venice south to
Stump Pass Beach-State Park
in Englewood. It includes
beaches in both Sarasota and
Charlotte counties and in-
cludes most of the area mon-
itored by Coastal Wildlife
Club volunteers.


On Monday, Katz said,
club volunteer Roz Holley
documented another green
sea turtle nest, this one on the
Sarasota County portion of
the key.
Mote Marine Laboratory
staff, volunteers and interns
also monitor 35 miles of
beach each morning
throughout nesting season,
including Longboat Key
(Sarasota and Manatee coun-
ties), Lido Key, Siesta Key,
Casey Key and Venice Beach.
Unlike last week, whet
three turtles were disoriented
by artificial lighting near
beaches, this past week saw
no turtle disorientations, said
Paula Clark, intern and vol-


unteer coordinator for Mote's
Sea Turtle Research Program.
''And so far this year, we
have had more nests to date
than last year, and we expect
to begin seeing some of the
earliest nests begin hatch-
ing," she said.
Through Saturday; there
have been 415 nests and 433
false crawls reported.
Through this period in 2004,
there were 354 nests reported.
The locations reporting
are: Longboat Key, 19 nests,,
27 false crawls; Lido Key, three
nests, four false crawls; Siesta
Key, 20 nests, 21 false crawls;
Casey Key, 50 nests, 59 false
crawls; Venice Beach, 23
nests, 16 false crawls.


Dos anddon'ts
Turtle nesting season
along Florida beaches contin-
ues through Oct. 31. Here are
some dos and don't to help
clear the way for nesting tur-
tles:
Do:
If you encounter a nest-
ing turtle, remain quiet and
observe from a distance;
Shield or turn off outdoor
lights that are visible on. the
beach from May through
October;
Close drapes after dark
and put beach furniture far
back from the water;
Fill in holes that may
entrap hatchlings on their
way to the water;


Place trash in its proper
place.
Do not:
Approach nesting turtles
or hatchlings, make noise, or
shine lights at turtles;
Use flashlights or fishing
lamps onthe beach;
Encourage a turtle to move
while nesting or pick up hatch-
lings that have emerged;
Use fireworks on the,
beach.
Sea turtles are protected


underfederal law. Anyharass-
ment or interference with a
sea turtle, living or dead, is
subject to penalty. If you wit-
ness anyone disturbing a tur-
tle or find an injured or disori-
ented hatchling or adult, noti-
fy agents with the Florida Fish
and Wildlife Conservation
Commission at (888) 404-
3922, the local sheriff's de-
partment or Mote Marine La-
boratory's Sea Turtle Program
at 388-4331.


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FRIDAY
JULY i,2005


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


District 16 All-Stars ready to shine


Venice Little League teams open play
Friday at Twin Lakes Park.


BY CLAUDE LEWIS
SPORTS EDITOR


Lessons


in losing


To say the Venice Baseball
Club has gotten off to a slow
start would be an understate-
ment.
Entering this weekend's 4th
of July Tournament in Bra-
denton, Venice's A team had
only won one time in its first
10 games of the summer.
The A team is composed
of. many of the players who
will make up the Venice High
varsity this winter.
It's been a combination of
things, according to coach
Craig Faulkner.
"We've had guys get hurt,
guys go to camp, guys on
vacation," Faulkner said.
"We've had a lot of rainouts."
The pitching is young. The
hitting has been invisible.
"Jordan Wean has been
hitting the ball well," Faulkner
said. "That's about it."
This was a summer when
Jordan Lucas was going to get
to pitch a bunch. He hasn't
because of a bruised arm.
Jeremie Cook didn't come
out for the team.
"He's not playing baseball,"
Faulkner said. "He said he's
going to another school."
That would also affect
VHS wrestling coach i'Dan
Kelly. Cook was an unbeaten
state champion as a junior.
Another lefty, Trevor Pel-
letier, is another who hasn't
been able to pitch because of
injury.
Faulkner said Josh Struble
has been getting his innings.
Younger, arms like Derek
Sandefur, Brian Hawkins,
Ryan Angell and Zack Mon-
talbano have been getting in
work.
Brett Holte has been vaca-
tioning.: Joe Salomone has
been attending camps. Danny
Martini suffered an injury
playing football.
"It's been a skeleton crew
this summer," Faulkner said.

With Manatee County
teams out of the District 16
Little League picture, perhaps
a Venice team or two of three
can win district.
The Venice National 11-
12s came the closest to win-
ning last year. They sailed
through the winners' bracket
but lost twice in a 'row to
Manatee East out of losers'
bracket.
Venice American 11-12s
also played well and was one.
of the final four teams, but
a rules infraction forced a for-
feit and their exit.
The next week should be
fun. Hopefully, the weather
will cooperate.
After the 9-10s and 11-12s,
the Juniors and Seniors will
begin play July 9.
More fun, to say the least.


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After two weeks of prac-
tice, it's time to see what the
Venice Little League All-Stars
have got.
The top local players will
lay it on the line against the
best from other communities
in the District 16 Tourna-
ment, which is scheduled to
begin Friday night at Twin
Lakes Park in Sarasota.
Venice has two teams in
the 9-10 tournament and two
in the 11-12 tournament.
VLL also has a team in the
Junior tournament and one
in the Senior tournament,
both which start later on in
July.
The big news as far as the
District 16 Tournament goes
is, there's no more Manatee
County. Manatee now has its
very own district tournament
- District 26.
District 16 used to be split
into two sub-districts with
the Sarasota and Manatee
winners playing to determine
the overall district champion.
Last year, all the Sarasota and
Manatee teams were lumped
together in a monster district
played at Braden River.
Now, there are just eight
teams from Sarasota County
in the District 16 Tourna-
ment.
There are two pools of four
teams. Each team will play
three pool games. The top
two finishers in each pool
advance to double-elimina-
tion bracket play. The sur-
vi\ior there is district champ.
The district champ ad-
vances to section play. The
section winner moves on to
the State Tournament, which
is scheduled for Aug. 5-12 in
St. Petersburg.
Both Venice 11-12 All7Star
,teams are scheduled to be-


gin pool play Friday night at
Twin Lakes. Both Venice
teams are in Pool 2 along
with East Central Sarasota
and Sarasota Florida.
Friday's 7:30 p.m. games
have Venice National taking
on Sarasota Florida' and
Venice American playing East
Central Sarasota. At 11 a.m.
Saturday, Venice National will
play East Central Sarasota
and Venice American will
play Sarasota Florida. On
Monday, July 4 at 11 a.m.,
Venice National will play
Venice American. Bracket
play begins at 7:30 p.m. July
5.
The championship game
is scheduled for July 8, or if
necessary, July 9.
The 9-10 schedule is pretty
much the same for Venice.
The Venice teams are in Pool
2 with East Central Sarasota
and Sarasota Florida. Friday's
5:30 p.m. games have Venice
National playing Sarasota
Florida and East Central tak-
ing on Venice American. At
9 a.m. Saturday, Venice
National plays East Central
and Venice American plays
Sarasota Florida. Pool play
wraps up at 9 a.m. Monday
with National playing Amer-
ican. Bracket play begins at
5:30 p.m. July 5.
Juniors only have four
teams making up one pool.
Venice is in it along with
North Port, Englewood and
Central Sarasota. Venice
begins tourney play at 11 a.m.
July 9 at Twin Lakes against
Englewood. The locals play
North Port at 7:30 .p.m. July
11 and then Central Sarasota
Sat 5:30 p.m. July 12.
There are only two teams
in Seniors Venice and
Central Sarasota. They will
play a best-of-seven series
starting with a 9 a.m. double-
header July 9.


SUN PHOTO BY JEFF TAVARES, jtavares@venicegondolier.com
Blake Herschberger of the Venice Americans 11-12, takes batting practice Thursday. The District
16 All-Star Tournament begins Friday at Twin Lakes Park in Sarasota.


VENICE LITTLE LEAGUE
ALL-STARS
9-10 NATIONALS
Tyler Atwell
Joshua Grubbs
Cooper Hammond
Nicholas Longhi
Brett Smith
Jarrett Taylor
Zakary Harman
Devin Cruz-Klein
Tyson Albert
Raif Garcia
Daniel Raynor
Kurt Raguth
9-10 AMERICANS
Colton Lightner
Charlie Jerla
FlynnAngley
Joey.Buncik
Joey Cavallaro
Rhett Dinka
Frankie Holcomb
Tyler Shambora
Jared Zech
Jordan Rosa
Dalton Tritschler
lan Huckabee


11-12 NATIONALS
Joshua Boyle
Brian Clark
Justin Dorsey
Michael Friend
Frankie Furia
Ryan Golembeski
Tyler Hosey
Chas Lacko
Kyle Ridley
Logan Trenkle
Michael Knott
Chris Runnioh
Wesley Ojeda
Christian Santiago
, 11-12 AMERICANS
Clay Burton
Michael lorio
Derek Frye
Brett Swikle
Blake Herschberger
Michael Johnson
Dante Altieri
Sean Murphy
Rex Ingerick
Evan Obermaier
Tyler Pender
Troy Richards


JUNIORS
Chris Ataianchuk
Brent Krauss
Donald Albert
Ryan Bohley
Anthony Colavita
Kyle Collison
Jimmy Dethloff
Tommy Haskett
Ryan Krauss
Zach Lewis
Matt McBreen
Andrew Speth
SENIORS
Justin Bennett
Billy Howe
Alex Morse
Jared Paynter
Garrett Brown
Tyler Eaton
Brian Hawkins
Karl McClintock
Ben McKenzie
John Noland
SAlan Norton
Tyler Spann
Mitch Steele
Chris Willis


STAFF REPORT


PHOTO COURTESY OF WENPI LEACH
The Venice Vikings youth football and cheerleading
organization had four members recognized as Pop Warner
Little Scholars. Pictured are, from left, Rich Deto
presidentn, Zach Flerlage, Mallory Stewart and Tyler
Adrian (Little Scholars) and Jay Thinnes (vice president).
Not present when photo was taken was Tanner
Hagen.



VENICE EBSEBL WATCH


ARNOLD HUGHEY (2001
VENICE HIGH GRAD) Eu-
gene Emeralds, Northwest
League, Short Season Class
A, San Diego Padres -
Hughey's professional career
started out shaky in a start
against the Spokane Indians
June 24. He gave up nine hits
and six earned runs in four
innings. The left-hander
struck out three and walked
one. Hughey got a no-deci-
sion as the Emeralds rallied
for a 10-8 win. His second
start was much better, as he
allowed six hits and two
earned runs in 4-1/3 innings.
Hughey walked two and
fanned seven. It was another
no-decision. On the season,
Hughey is 0-0 with an 8.64
ERA. In 8-1/3 innings, he has


allowed 15 hits, walked three
and struck out 10.

ADAM PAVKOVICH (2000
VENICE HIGH GRAD) Salt
Lake Stingers, Pacific Coast
League, AAA, Los Angeles
Angels On the season,
"Pak" is hitting .277 (49-for-
177) with 11 doubles, four
home runs and 25 RBIs. He
has been playing third base.
The Stingers are 32-25.

JON -KNOTT (1996 VEN-
ICE HIGH GRAD) Portland
Beavers, Pacific Coast League,
AAA, San Diego Padres -
Knott leads the Beavers in
doubles (24), home runs (16),
RBIs (49) and runs scored
(52). The outfielder is batting
.264.


The Venice Vikings youth
football/cheerleading organi-
zation is proud to announce
that. four of its players have
been selected by the National
Pop Warner Little Scholars
Program for their excellence
in academics.
The four are Mallory
Stewart, Tyler Adrian, Zach
Flerlage and Tammer Hagen.
The program monitors all
children enrolled in the Pop
Warner program nationwide.
It selects children who have
demonstrated superior scho-
lastic ability. To be selected, a
player must be in the fifth
grade or above and have a
GPA of 96 percent or higher.
The winners selected are


among the top 1 percent of
the Pop Warner participants
nationwide.
This year's awards banquet
was held on May 27-28 in
Orange County, California.
The Venice Vikings were very
excited that three of the four
players traveled to the event.
The VeniceVikings are very
proud of them and presented
each with a check for $250 to
help offset some of the ex-
pense incurred for this trip.
The Vikings hope they will
become 'role models for pre-
sent and future participants
bf the Pop Warner Program.
This year's winners:
Mallory Stewart Began
2004 season with a 97.8 per-
cent GPA. She was an eighth
Grader: at Epiphany School.


SUMMER SPORTS

SPOTLIGHT
Jose Velez is a friendly face known to many in the Venice sports circle. In
the fall, he is Brian Wheatley's right-hand man with the highly successful
VHS volleyball program. In the winter and spring, he acts as the hitting
coach for the baseball team. Velez,' who was born and raised in Puerto
Rico, played college and professional ball. He runs a summer hitting camp
and always is ready to help kids.


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She has been a cheerleader
with the Vikings for four
years, and her team took sec-
ond in the nation this year for
Pop Warner. She will be a
freshman at Venice High this
year and has already made
the junior varsity cheerlead-
ing team at VHS. She is a
member of the Junior Na-
tional Honor Society, the
Children's Choir and the
Hand Bell Choir.
Tyler Adrian Began
2004 season with a 97.25 per-
cent GPA. He was a sixth
grader at Venice Middle
School. Tyler has played foot-
ball with the Vikings since he
was 6 years old. Tyler also
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iiES:DAY NIGHT GOLF LEAGUE


Taking a drop ain't easy


BY MICHAEL LAMOND
CORRESPONDENT


In the Wednesday Night
League, there are players of
all calibers and abilities.
From beginners to seasoned
vets, we got 'em all. But one
thing I consistently see out on
the golf course are improper
drops.
Now it's not a huge deal,
but we should all know how
the rules of golf work. I re-
cently had someone ask me a
question about dropping the
ball and told them it's really
pretty simple. If you hit the
ball into a hazard, as a gen-
eral rule, take two club
lengths from the hazard line
and drop the ball within that
two club area.
For the more erudite
golfers out there, this prob-'
ably does not apply. You know
how to drop the ball and all
about your seven options -if
you hit it in the gunch.
But a lot of other players


don't, and this is for you.
When you drop the ball
extend your arm, right or left,
at shoulder height and drop
it. I've seen guys and gals
give it the old bowling pitch,
trying to get the ball to sit up
just right, or the knee high
spinner, hoping that the ball
won't sink down into the
rough. Both are wrong, and
sooner or later you're going to
run into someone who will
call you on it.
Having made several hun-
dred thousand drops in my
career, I can tell you that if
you practice dropping correct-
ly, you'll get pretty good at it.
And ya know what? If the ball
bounces poorly and ends up in
a depression or worse, that's
called the rub of the green. You
just have to learn to deal with it.
It will make you a better player
in the long run.
This week, we're going to
run through the flight leaders
and their point totals, starting
with the ladies.


Ladies Flight One: Wanda
Powell/ Dyan Calleja: 99.5
Flight Two: Susan Frecska/
Betty Price: 99.5
Flight Three: Del Wilson/
Kathy Swart: 102.5
Flight Four: Cathy Black-
burn/ JoAnn Rittenhouse:
100.0
Men's Flight One: Jeff
Markum/Mike Simpson:
100.0
Flight Two: Mike Flamion/
Frank Sims: 97.0
Flight Three: Jerry Elder/
Greg Clark: 108.0
Flight Four: John Mills/
Keith Olson: 93.0
Flight Five: John Lally/
Jeff Lally: 98.5
Flight Six: Brian Leblanc/
Jaime Detert: 113.0
Flight Seven: Stu Courtney/
ScottWilliams: 95.5
Flight Eight: Ralph Russo/
Paul Malopolski: 105.5
Flight Nine: Al Duyn/Dan
Kelly: 97.5
Flight Ten: John Lane/
Chris lane: 92.0


Suncoast Offshore



Grand Prix this weekend


STAFF REPORT


The 2005 Super Boat Inter-
national (SBI) season contin-
ues this weekend in Sarasota
as teams will compete in the
21st annual Suncoast Off-
shore Grand Prix.
The Bacardi Silver Team
has two wins in as many
races in the SBI season and
is looking to put the 46-foot
Skater in the winner's circle
for win number three.
Bacardi Silver's set-up may
change from race to race, but
the team's strategy remains
the same.
"The main strategy in the
cockpit is to get out front and
let the boat run," said owner/
driver Dave Scott. "Boat set-
up will depend on what the
conditions are like because


the conditions can change
daily."
"The biggest thing is to
run well and run consistent,"
added throttleman, Johnny
Tomlinson.
For the upcoming race in
Sarasota, Scott, alongside
Tomlinson, will navigate the
46-foot Skater around a 6.4-
mile course for approximate-
ly 15.5 laps.
"I'm partial to the 46-foot
Skater," said Scott. "I really
like the bigger motors and
the rudder steering.
It's surprising how differ-
ent the two boats (the Super-
boat and the Super Cat)
handle."
The first race begins
Sunday at 11 a.m. and the sec-
ond begins at 1 p.m.
Bacardi Silver is a premium


flavored malt beverage pro-
duced and distributed by
Anheuser-Busch.
Based in St. Louis, An-
heuser-Busch Cos., Inc. is the
leading American brewer
holding 50 percent of the U.S.
beer market. The company is
American-owned and brews
the world's largest-selling
beers, Budweiser and Bud
Light.
Anheuser-Busch ranked
first in the U.S. beverage
industry in Fortune maga-
zine's 2005 "America's Most
Admired Companies" and in
the top 30 on Fortune's 2005
"Global Most Admired Com-
panies" list. The company,
one of the largest theme
park operators in the United
States, is a major manufac-
turer of aluminum.


Baseball Boosters
to elect officers
The Venice High Baseball
Boosters will hold their an-
nual meeting at 7 p.m. on
Wednesday, July 6, at the
school baseball complex.
Officers will be voted in for
the 2005-2006 year. Those


wishing to run for a position
or to be on the board should
contact either Kim Kindell
(488-5540), Salli Struble (486-
3115) or Bryan Bryson (492-
4940).
Soccer clinic for kids July 16
at Nokomis Community Park
There will be a one-day


soccer clinic for kids ages 5-16
from 8 a.m.-noon on Satur-
day, July 16, at Nokomis Com-
munity Park, 234 Nippino
Trail.
Drills and games will be
utilized to help kids ages 5-
16 improve their soccer
skills. Beginners to interme-
diate-level players are wel-


SCHOLARS from page 6A


League and plays the saxo-
phone in the school band.
1 Zach- Flerlage Began
2004 season 'with a 99.4
percent GPA. He was a fifth
grader at Venice Elementary
School. He began playing
football at the Vikings at age
7. Zach has won the Aca-
demic Excellence Award and
Citizenship Award at school.


He is also on the Bay City
Ballers AAU basketball team.
He has won several contests
for area basketball and foot-
ball contests.
Tanner Hagen Began
our 2004 season with a 100
percent GPA. He was a sixth
grader at Laurel Nokomis
School. Unfortunately, due to
previous travel commit-


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was not able to attend the
banquet in California.
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regarding the Venice Vikings
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Nokomis Boat Ramp


Road bridge to be replaced


STAFF REPORT


The Sarasota County Board
of County Commissioners
awarded an approximately
$917,000 contract to Cone &
Graham Inc. of Tampa on
Tuesday to replace the 50-
year-old Boat Ramp Road
bridge that leads to the
Nokomis Beach Park boat
ramp.
The county-owned park is
a popular site for fishing
and boaters, but according to
Sarasota County Project
Manager Thai Tran, the bridge
that connects it to Casey Key
is near the end of its design
life.
"The new bridge has been
designed to provide safe
and reliable access to the
boat ramp for the next 75
years," said Tran, who
explained the project will
include the replacement of
seawalls under the bridge,
the installation of sidewalks
and aesthetic improvements.


He added that the existing
vertical navigational clear-
ance for boats will not be
reduced.
Cone & Graham is the
same contractor Sarasota
County is using to replace
eight short-span bridges on
Siesta Key. Like the work
being done on those bridges,
this project will extend the
Boat Ramp Road bridge's
length from 20 feet to 26 feet,
qualifying it for future federal
and state inspections and
funding.
TBE Group Inc. of Clear-
water designed the bridge,
which will be funded by the
1-cent sales tax. The project
will be overseen by Sarasota
County Public Works. It is
expected to begin immedi-
ately after Labor. Day in
September, and should be
complete by the end of
December.
For more information, con-
tact the Sarasota County Call
Center at 861-5000.


County buildings lauded






for energy efficiency


STAFF REPORT

A Tampa-based company
that reviews energy usage and
sustainability in government
entities and then directs plans
for improvements has pro-
nounced nine county build-
ings in downtown Sarasota so
efficient that it cannot recom-
mend any further enhance-
ments.
According to Johnston
Controls' Melissa Hargrove,
Sarasota County has "retrofit-
ted and upgraded (its down-
town facilities) with energy-
saving equipment and sys-
tems to the point that a per-
formance contract is not
feasible at this time."
Johnson Controls assists
government entities with a


variety of functions, including
renewing their infrastructure,
providing secure environ-
ments for constituents, and
reducing the environmental
impact of their facilities.
The company evaluated
the Administration Center,
the Judicial Center, Terrace
Building, Court House, three
jail buildings, the Criminal
Justice Center and the Central
Energy Plant, which supplies
chilled water for cooling and
electrical distribution to these
facilities.
He said the downtown
campus was selected for eval-
uation because it comprises
most of the county's larger
buildings and would result in
the greatest potential savings.
"This speaks well of Sara-


sota County Public Works, but
we were only the driving
force," he added. "These en-
ergy saving improvements
were a result of Facilities
Maintenance partnering with
a number of companies over
the years."

Partners
Two of those companies are
Florida Power and Light and
Johnson Controls. Both par-
ticipated in discussions with
workers at county downtown
buildings, then developed the
ideas that arose from those
discussions into plans to save
more energy.
"There are a lot of factors
that affect energy consump-
tion," said Bair. "For example,
providing cooling for these


large facilities has a major
affect on both water usage
and electrical consumpdon.
Sarasota County has pio-
neered environmentally
friendly facilities planning,
construction and mainten-
ance. As early as 1998, Sara-
sota County became one of
the first governments in Flor-
ida to construct a completely
automated central energy
plant that supplies chilled
water to its downtown facili-
ties to cool the buildings and
distribute and control electri-
cal service. The 2,100-ton
facility requires no on-site
operator.
For more information on
Sarasota's energy policy, call
the Sarasota County Call
Center at 861-5000.


LEGAL NOTICES

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NOTICE OF ACTION

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE TWELFTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
SARASOTA COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO:
2005-DR-005728-SC
DIVISION: H
MICHAEL CHRISTOPHER CATE
Petitioner
and
CYNTHIA JEAN CATE
Respondent.
NOTICE OF ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
TO: CYNTHIA JEAN CATE
ADDRESS: UNKNOWN
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action
has been filed against you and that
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to it
on MICHAEL CHRISTOPHER
CATE, whose address is 1228
LUCAYA AVE Venice, FL 34285
on or before AUGUST 4, 2005,
and file the original with the clerk of
this Court at 4000 S. Tamiami Trail,
Venice, Florida 34293, before ser-
vice on Petitioner or immediately
thereafter. If you fail to do so, a
default may be entered against you
for the relief demanded in the peti-
tion.
Copies of all court documents in
this case, including orders, are
available at the Clerk of Circuit
Court's office. You may review
these documents upon request.
You must keep the Clerk of Circuit
Court's office notified of your cur-
rent address. (You may file Notice
of Current Address, Florida
Supreme Court Approved Family
Law Form 12.915.) Future papers
in this lawsuit will be mailed to the
address on record at the clerk's
office.
WARNING: Rule 12.285, Florida
Family Law Rules of Procedure,
requires certain automatic disclo-
sure of documents and information.
Failure to comply can result in sanc-
tions, including dismissal or striking
of pleadings.
Dated JUNE 27, 2005.
KAREN E. RUSHING
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
By: AMY THOMAS
Deputy Clerk
PUBLISHED:
JULY 1, 2005
JULY 8, 2005
JULY 15, 2005
JULY 22, 2005
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE TWELFTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
SARASOTA COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN RE: FORFEITURE OF:
$2,913.00 IN U.S. Currency
CASE NUMBER: 2005-CA-
3101-NC
JUDGE: division "C"
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: JACQUES PELLEFIGUE
DEREK N. THOMAS
UNKNOWN ADDRESS


NOTICE TO CREDITORS

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
SARASOTA COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No.: 2005CP 4899NC
Division: PROBATE
IN RE: ESTATE OF
SUSAN P. BULLEY
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the
estate of Susan P. Bulley,
deceased, whose date of
death was December 1,
.2004, and whose Social Secu-
rity Number is 144-52-5857,
is pending in the Circuit Court
for Sarasota County, Florida,
Probate Division, the address
of which is Sarasota County
Circuit Court, P.O. Box 3079,
Sarasota, Florida 34230-
3079. The names and
addresses of the personal rep-
resentative and the personal
representative's attorney are
set forth 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
THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A
COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.
All other creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons having
claims or. demands against
decedent's estate must file
their claims with this court
WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUB-
LICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITH-
IN THE TIME PERIODS SET
FORTH IN SECTION 733.702
OF THE FLORIDA PROBATE
CODE WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME
PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE,
ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2)
YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH
IS BARRED,
The date of first publication of
this notice is June 24, 2005.
Attorney for Personal Repre-
sentative:
B. Darin Patton
Attorney
Florida Bar No. 726591
170 W. Dearborn Street
Englewood, Florida 34223-
3290
Telephone: (941 -) 474-7753
Personal Representative:
Trevor Bulley
8225 Manasota Key Road
Erglewood, Florida 34223
Publish: June 24, July 1, 2005
113573 1465647


YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
a forfeiture action has been filed IN THE CIRCUIT C
against the above described cur- SARASOTA C(
rency by the Sarasota County Sher- PROBATE DIV
iff's Office. You are required to file
your written defenses with the IN RE: ESTATE OF
Clerk of the Court, 2000 Main JEROME W. BAIRD
Street, Sarasota, FL 34237, and to Deceased
serve a copy of those defenses on
or before the 25th day of July, File No. 2005-
2005, on Kurt A. Hoffman, Esquire, Divis
Post Office Box 4115, Sarasota,
Florida 342304115. Failure to file NOTICE TO CRI
your defenses will result in a default The administration of
being entered against you. JEROME W. BAIRD


WITNESSED by hand and the Seal
of the Court on this 16th day of
June, 2005.
KAREN RUSHING
Clerk of Circuit Court
Margaret F. Horton
Deputy Clerk
Publish Dates:
June 24, 2005
July 1, 2005
July 8, 2005
July 15, 2005



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VISION




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ion: Probate
EDITORS
the estate of
), deceased,


whose date of death was January
20, 2005, is pending in the Circuit
Court for SARASOTA County, Flori-
da, Probate Division, the address
of which is P.O. Box 3079, Saraso-
ta, Florida 34230-3079. The
names and addresses of the per-
sonal representatives and the per-
sonal representatives' attorney are
set forth 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 PUBLI-
CATION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30
DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SER-
VICE OF A COPY OF THIS


NOTICETOCREDITORS NOTICE TO CREDITORS NOTICE TO CREDITORS NOTICE TO CREDITORS NOTICE TO CREDITORS

NOTICE ON THEM. File No. 2005-CP-05817-NC Deceased. PUBLISH: June 24, 2005
All other creditors of the decedent IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR & July 1, 2005
and other persons having claims or NOTICE TO CREDITORS File No. 2004-CP003145NC SARASOTA COUNTY, FLORIDA
demands against the decedents The administration of the estate of Division: PROBATE DIVISION
estate must file their claims with OLIVE C. LaMOTHE, deceased, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
this court WITHIN 3 MONTHS whose date of death was June 7, NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN RE: ESTATE OF, SARASOTA COUNTY, FLORIDA
AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST 2005, is pending in the Circuit The administration of the estate of ANNA M. MEYLE PROBATE DIVISION
PUBLICATION OF A COPY OF Court for Sarasota County, Flori FRANCIS W. MAY, deceased, Deceased.
THIS NOTICE. ida, Probate Division, the address of whose date of death was October IN RE: ESTATE OF
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED which is P.O. Box 3079, Sarasota, 11, 2003, and whose Social Secu- File No. 2005CP-5652SC JESSIE B. OSTRANDER
WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS SET Florida 34230-3079. The names rity Number is 577-09-0930, is Division: Probate deceased.
FORTH IN SECTION 733.702 OF and addresses of the personal rep- pending in the Circuit Court for
THE FLORIDA PROBATE CODE resentative and the personal repre- Sarasota County, Florida, Probate NOTICE TO CREDITORS File No. 2005CP 004446 NC
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. tentative's attorney are set forth Division, the address of which is The administration of the estate Probate Division
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME below. P.O. Box 3079, Sarasota, Flori- of Anna M. Meyle, deceased,
PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE, All creditors of the decedentand da34230-3079. The names and whose date of death was Decem- NOTICE TO CREDITORS
ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2) other persons having claims or addresses of the personal repre- br 7, 2004 and whose Social The administration of the estate of
YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE demands against decedents estate tentative and the personal repre- Security Numberis 192-24-6340, JESSIE B. OSTRANDER,
DECEDENTS DATE OF. DEATH on whom a copy of this notice is tentative's attorney are set forth is pending in the Circuit Court for deceased,a whose date of death
EDrequiredtobeserved mustfiletheir below is pending in the Circuit Court for deceased, whosedate of death
IS BARREDclaims with this court WITHIN HE All creditors of the decedentand arasta county, Florida robate wasDecember 12, 2004, File
STHE DATE OF FIRST PUBLICA-LATER OF THREE (3) MONTHS other persons having claims or Division, the address of which is number 2005CP 004446 NC is
TION OF THIS NOTICE IS JUNE AFTER THE TIME OF THE FIRST demands against decedent's estate 4000 S. Tamiami Trail, Venice, pending in the Circuit Court for
24, 2005. PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE on whom a copy of this notice is Florida. The names and addresses Sarasota County, Florida, Probate
OR THIRTY (30) DAYS AFTER required to be served must file their of the personal representative and Division, the address of which is
Personal Representative: THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A claims with this court WITHIN THE the personal representative's attor- Post Office Box 3079, Saraso-
Joseph W. Baird COPY OF THIS. NOTICE ON LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER ney are set forth below. ta, FL 34230-3079. The names
205 Lyons Bay Road THEM. THE TIME OF THE FIRST PUBLI- All creditors of the decedent and and addresses of the personal rep-
Nokomis, Florida 34275 All other creditors of the decedent CATION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 other persons having claims or resentative and the personal repre-
and other persons having claims or DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SER- demands against decedents estate sentative's attorney are set forth
Attorney for Personal demands against the decedent's VICE OF A 'COPY OF THIS on whom a copy of this notice is below.
Representative: estate must file their claims with NOTICE ON THEM. required to be served mustfile their All creditors of the decedenf. and
Annette Z.P. Ross this court WITHIN THREE (3) All other creditors of the decedent claims with this Court WITHIN THE other persons having claims or
Attorney for Joseph W. Baird MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF and other persons having clainis or LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER demands against decedent's
Florida Bar No. 0141259 THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF demands against decedent's estate THE TIME OF THE FIRST PUBLI- estate, on whom a copy of this
901 Venetia Bay Blvd. THIS NOTICE. must file their claims with this court CATION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 notice is required to be served
Suite 252 ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SER- must file their claims with this court
Venice, Florida 34285 WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS SET DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICA- VICE OF A COPY OF THIS WITHIN THE LATER OF 3
(941) 480-1948 FORTH IN SECTION 733.702 OF TION OF THIS NOTICE. NOTICE ON THEM. MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
PUBLISH: June 24, 2005 THE FLORIDA PROBATE CODE ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED All other creditors of the decedent THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
& July 1, 2005 WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. WITHIN TIME PERIODS SET and other persons having claims or THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME FORTH IN SECTION 733.702 OF demands against decedent's estate AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE
PERIODS SET. FORTH ABOVE, THE FLORIDA PROBATE CODE must file their claims with this court OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2) WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE THEM.
SARASOTA COUNTY, FLORIDA YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLIC. All other creditors of the decedent
PROBATE DIVISION DECEDENTS DATE OF DEATH PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE, TION OF THIS NOTICE. and other persons having claims or
IS BARRED. ANY CLAIM FILED TWO 12) ALL CLAIMS, NOT SO FILED demands against decedent's estate
IN RE: ESTATE OF THE DATE OF FIRST PUBLICA- YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. must file their claims with this court
AUDREY.J. BRICKLER A/K/A TION OF THIS NOTICE IS JUNE DECEDENTS DATE OF DEATH WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE
AUDREY BRICKLER 24, 2005. IS BARRED. DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICA-
THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLIC. NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME TION OF THIS NOTICE.
Deceased. Personal Representative: CATION OF THIS NOTICE'IS: PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE, ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED
Robert LaMothe JUNE 24, 2005 ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2) WILL BE. FOREVER BARRED.
File No.: 2005-CP-0002710- 18071 Dublin Ave. T G THE IME
NC Port Charlotte, Florida 34948 Personal Representative: YEARS OR MORE AFTE O THE NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME
A WILLIAM H. MAY DEPENDENT'S DATE OF DEATH PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS Attorney for Personal 18471 Villa Drive IS BARRED. ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS ndR"B f first publication of ARSN MOM EAFTERW THE
The administration of the estate of Representative: Villa Park, California 92861 The date of first publication of YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE
AUDREY J. BRICKLER a/k/a RAYMOND E. MILLER this Notice is June 24, 2005. DECEDENTS DATE OF DEATH
AUDREY BRICKLER, deceased, Attorney for Robert LaMothe Attorney for Personal IS BARRED.
whose date of death was March Florida Bar No: 115596 Represertative: Personal Representative: The date of first publication of
26, 2004,ispending inthe Circuit 218 Harbor Drive South WAYNE C. HALL, ESQ. Kurt Meyle this notice is June 24, 2005.
Court for Sarasota County,Florida Veice, Florida 34285 Florida Bar No. 199524115 N. 2nd Street
STelehoie: 19411 488.9641 Hall & Anderson. P.A. North Wales, PA 19454 Personal Representative:
D-innae uir) o,,--sne F elpanes(4re88961sal &Aneron PA


Probate. Division, the aooddress or f p ....... I..nI
which is P. 0. Box 3079, Saraso- PUBLISH* June 2
ta, FL 34230-3079. The names & July 1, 2005
and addresses of the personal rep-
resentatives and the personal rep- IN THE CIRCUIT
resentatives' attorney are set forth S ROTA COU
below.
All creditors of the decedent and PROBATE D
other persons having claims or IN RE; ESTATE OF
demands against decedent's estate FRANCIS W. MAY
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 PUBLI- NOTICE O
CATION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30
DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SER- CITY 0
VICE OF A COPY OF THIS
NOTICE ON THEM. NOTICE is here
All other creditors of the decedent Venice, Florida w
and other persons having claims or or shortly there
demands against decedents estate City Hall, 401 Wi
must file their claims with this court and act upon the
WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE ance
nance:
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICA-
TION OF THIS NOTICE. AN ORDINANCE
AN ORDINANCE
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED THE Cd3)E OF
WITHIN THE TIME PERIOD SET ARTICLE II, NOISE
FORTH IN SECTION 733.702 OF POWER TOOLS,
THE FLORIDA PROBATE CODE OPERATION; PRi
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. PROVIDING FOR
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME
PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE, Purpose ofOrdin
ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2) ter on noise cont
YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE ion for domestic
DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH
IS BARRED. This notice is pub
The date of first publication of this 166.041, Florida
Notice is June 24, 2005. must be accom
ing at which the a
Personal Representatives: upon. A complete
DELL E. RICKLERupon. A compl
DELL E. BRICKLER the Office of the
1028 Lincoln Road the hours of 8 a.
Dayton, Kentuckey 41074
Attorney for Personal This public hear
Representatives: No stenographic
DAVID E. OLMSTED this meeting. Ac
Attorney for Dell E. Brickler any decision invo
Florida Bar No. 115725 ibe f maki
sible for making
Olmsted & Wilson, PA. A. nce at thin me
17801 Murdock Circle, Suite A dene at ts me
Port Charlotte, FL 33948 All interested pea
Telephone: (941) 624-2700 ten comment file
PUBLISH: June 24, 2005 be heard and coi
July 1, 2005

If you are disable
IN THE CIRCUIT FOR Clerk's office at
SARASOTA COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION /s/
Lori Stelzer, MMi
IN RE: ESTATE OF
OLIVE C. LaMOTHE
Deceased. Publish: July 1, 2


4, 2005


COURT FOR
ITY, FLORIDA
DIVISION


1314 East Venice Ave., Ste. E
Venice, Florida 34285
Telephone: (941) 480-0999
PUBLISH June 24, 2005
& July 1, 2005


Attorney for Personal
Representative:
Scott D. Ittersagen
Florida Bar No. 0260673
MCKINLEY, ITTERSAGEN, GUN-
DERSON & BERNTSSON


1861 Placida Road, Suite 204
Englewood, Florida 34223
Classified = Sales Telephone: (941) 474-7713


PUBLIC HEARING
F INTENT TO CONSIDER THE ADOPTION OF
F VENICE, ORDINANCE NO. 2005-31
by given that the City Council of the City of
ill hold a public hearing beginning at 1:30 p.m.
ifter, on July 12, 2005, in Council Chambers,
est Venice Avenue, Venice, Florida, to consider
e adoption of the following proposed City Ordi.

OF THE CITY OF VENICE, FLORIDA, AMENDING
ORDINANCES, CHAPTER 34, ENVIRONMENT;
SE CONTROL; SECTION 34-35(11), DOMESTIC
BY REDUCING TIE PROHIBITED HOURS OF
OVIDING FOR A SEVERABILITY CLAUSE AND
AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
ance: Amending the Code of Ordinances chap-
trol by reducing the prohibited hours of opera-
: power tools.
ilished pursuant to the requirements of Section
Statutes; accordingly, the publication of same
lished at least ten (10) days prior to the meet-
above Ordinance is to be considered and acted
te'draft of the proposed Ordinance is on file in
City Clerk for inspection by the public between
m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday.
ng may be continued from time to time.
record by a certified court reporter Is made of
cordingly, any person who may seek to appeal
living the matters noticed herein will be respon-
a verbatim record of the testimony and evi-
eting upon which any appeal is to be based.
rsons are invited to attend and be heard. Writ-
id with the City Clerk of the City of Venice, will
nsidered.

id and need assistance, please contact the City
least 24 hours prior to the meeting.

C, City Clerk


!005


JAMES T. OSTRANDER
S424 N. Walnut Avenue
Wood Dale, IL 60191
H. G reg Lee
Attorney for Personal
Representative
Florida Bar No. 0351301
H. GREG LEE, P. A.
2014 Fourth Street


PUBLIC HEARING
NOTICE OF INTENT TO CONSIDER THE ADOPTION OF
CITY OF VENICE, ORDINANCE NO, 2005-30
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 July 12, 2005, in Council Chambers,
City Hall, 401 West Venice Avenue, Venice, Florida, to consider
and act upon the adoption of the following proposed City Ordi-
nance:
4N ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF VENICE, FLORIDA, AMENDING
THE CODE OF ORDINANCES, CHAPTER 22, ELECTIONS; BY
AMENDING SECTION 22-1, PROCEDURE FOR QUALIFYING FOR
OFFICE AND BY ADDING SECTION 22-7, POLITICAL SIGNS;
PROVIDING FOR A SEVERABILITY CLAUSE AND PROVIDING FOR
4N EFFECTIVE DATE.
Purpose of Ordinance: Amending the Code of Ordinances chap-
ter on elections to add regulations regarding the placement of
political signs and changing the qualifying dates for candidates.
This notice Is published pursuant to the requirements of Section
166.041, Florida Statutes; accordingly, the publication of same
must be accomplished at least ten (10) days prior to the meet-
ing at which the above Ordinance is to be considered and acted
upon. A complete draft of the proposed 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 of the City of Venice, 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: July 1, 2005


NOTICETO CREDITORS NOTICETO CREDITORS


Sarasota, Florida 34237
Telephone: (941) 954-0067
Facsimile: (941) 365-1492
Publish: June 24, 2005
& July 1, 2005
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
SARASOTA COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION,
IN RE: ESTATE OF
ARTHUR R. SPRINGALL
deceased.
File No. 2005CP 005470 NC
Probate DivisionI
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of
ARTHUR R. SPRINGALL,
deceased, whose date of death
was April 23, 2005, File number
2005CP005470 NC is pending in
the Circuit Court for Sarasota
County, Florida, Probate Division,
the address of which is Post
Office Box 3079, Sarasota, FL
34230-3079. The names and
addresses of the personal repre-
sentative and the personal repre-
sentative's attorney are set forth
below.
All creditors of the decedent and
other persons having claims or
demands against decedent's
estate, on whom a.copy of trn
notice is required to be served
must file their claims with this.court
WITHIN THE LATER OF 3
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE
OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent
and other persons having claims or
demands against decedent's estate
must file their claims with this court
WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICA-
TION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME
PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE,
ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2)
YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH
IS BARRED.-
The date of first publication of
this notice is June 24, 2005.
Personal Representative:
SANDRA N. WILKINS
3237 Maple Hammock Driae
Saraisoa, FL 34235
H Greg Lee
Anorney for Personal
Representative


Florida Bar No. 0351301
H. GREG LEE, P. A.
2014 Fourth Street
Sarasota, Florida 34237
Telephone: (941) 954-0067
Facsimile: (941) 365-1492
Publish: June 24, 2005
& July 1, 2005

OTHER NOTICES

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PUBLIC HEARING
NOTICE OF INTENT TO CONSIDER THE ADOPTION OF
CITY OF VENICE, ORDINANCE NO. 2005-29

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 July 12, 2005, in Council Chambers,
City Hall, 401 West Venice Avenue, Venice, Florida, to consider
and act upon the adoption of the following proposed City Ordi-
lance: '
4N ORDINANCE AMENDING THE OFFICIAL ZONING ATLAS OF
THE CITY OF VENICE, FLORIDA, AS PART OF CITY OF VENICE
ORDINANCE NO. 725-78; RELATING TO EAST GATE PARK,
REZONING PETITION NO. 04-7RZ FOR THE REZONING OF THE
FOLLOWING DESCRIBED PROPERTY FROM RSF-2 (RESIDEN-
TIAL, SINGLE-FAMILY) TO GU (GOVERNMENT USE); RELATING
TO ZONING WITHIN THE INCORPORATED AREA OF THE CITY OF
VENICE; PROVIDING FOR THE REZONING OF CERTAIN LANDS;
AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
More commonly known as East Gate Park, located at the inter-
sections of Poplar Avenue, Cherry Street and East Gate Drive,
ienice, Florida.
This notice is published pursuant to the requirements of Section
166.041, Florida Statutes; accordingly, the publication of same
must be accomplished at least ten (10) days prior to the meet-
ng at which the above Ordinance is to be considered and acted
ipon. A complete draft of the proposed Ordinance is on file in
:he Office of the City Clerk for inspection by the public between
:he 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
:his 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-
:en comment filed with the City Clerk of the City of Venice, will
be heard and considered.
f you are disabled and need assistance, please contact the City
Clerk's office at least 24 hours prior to the meeting.
/s/
.ori Stelzer, MMC, City Clerk


Publish: July 1, 2005


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PLANTATION GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB. Magnificent golf course
views from nearly every room of this custom built home. Enter the
foyer to the formal living/dining room overlooking the pool area.
$589,000. Katie Malloy, 493-2500 or 468-2483. #475013
ASTOUNDING HOME with 4BRs, den & every quality upgrade
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enjoy stunning lake & golf course views. $449,900. Harvey Davis,
493-2500 or 223-0424. #469403


* ENGLEWOOD. Last available building lot in the very private
Landings community. Lot is approximately 14,000 sq. ft. & includes a
deeded boat dock & one bridge access to Lemon Bay. $275,000. Bill
Paulsen, 473-7750 or 662-0392. #478777
CAPE HAZE. Set in desirable Cape Haze East, this lot is close
to Boca Grande & beaches. $114,900. Jason Theen, 473-7750 or
809-7730. #475961
MANASOTA KEY BAYFRONT. Build your dream home on 1.31
acres of partially cleared bayside. Delight in great fishing & boating
from your own dock. Walk the beach on deeded Gulf easement.
$1,550,000. Beverly Weltzien, 485-5421 or 223-0612. #460131


IL MIlamrUUI. mIe Innluence uo luscany auuunus In L1s1
gracious courtyard home. Dramatic interior details include
soaring ceilings, spacious rooms, travertine marble & gourmet
kitchen. $1,095,000. Jeanne Ballock, 485-5421 or 468-1738.
#443963
HERON COVE. Build your home creek front overlooking nature
preserve. Last opportunity on this quiet cul-de-sac seawalled section
of Curry Creek on 2 sides, with saltwater access for kayaks.
$219,000. Helen Moore, 485-5421 or 724-2030. #459907


VENICE ISLAND POOL HOME completely renovated & set on a
lushly landscaped, oversized lot. Less than 2'blocks to the Gulf, this
split plan residence has 3BRs, office & family room. $935,000. Ann
Lieberman, 485-5421 or 223-3789. #478910
VENICE ISLAND CONDOMINIUM. Two-BR beautifully remodeled
ground floor end unit, within proximity to shopping, Waterway Parki
downtown & beach. tow maintenance fee. $199,900. Greg Novak,
485-5421 or 266-0621. #470880
VENICE ISLAND. This up-to-date one-BR first floor unit is ready for
move in. Perfect as a seasonal getaway or investment opportunity.


SARIELLE. Move rgr int 1his 7ne unil oneiredj 3 AnrIlle o
Palmer Ranin Tn.~ ern. unit offers 2BRs, an open loor plan 8. a
screened lanai looking into a beautiful preserve. $359,000. Bill
Dunn, 388-4447 or 724-0205. #279757
* ARIELLE. Beautiful open water views from this brand new
condominium. End unit offers natural light & open feeling. Set in a
great location on the largest lake. $349,900. Susan Lerch, 388-4447
or 356-4655. #279707
DELIGHTFUL THREE-BEDROOM HOME with enchanting
panoramic private lake views. Architecture features include a split
floor plan,'formal dining room, vaulted ceilings, large caged pool &
lanai.$374,900: Susan Brooker, 493-2500 or 223-6055. #478256
ELEGANT TOP-FLOOR CONDOMINIUM in Venice's premier
retirement facility, Jacaranda Trace. Enjoy partial Gulf views &
sunsets from this 2/3BR, 1,850-sq.-ft. residence. $309,900. Larry


EGLEWOO ISLE. This newer 3BR J&J home features
Upgrades throughout, 12' ceilings in the main living area, a heated
pool & an oversized side-entry garage. Close to shopping & the
beach. $450,000. Toby Delbridge, 473-7750 or 320-6360. #478385


NORTH ENGLEWOOD. 2 55 acre peaceful & private estate
near Manasota Beach & boat ramp. Fabulous custom built 4BR,
3-car garage with all the extras. Horses allowed. $639,000.
.Greg Novak, 485-5421 or 266-0621. #466058

* FOREST LAKES. Centrally located, this 2BR home is situated
on an incredible golf view lot. $379,900. Bill Dunn, 388-4447 or
724-0205. #279555
* WONDERFUL NORTH PORT POOL HOME in a great school
district. This residence features recent improvements, newer roof,
siding, security system, tile & stainless steel appliances. $244,900.
Cindy Dillander, 493-2500 or 716-3203. #477992
ROTONDA. This open floor plan 4BR home will be a great family
home, with a split plan, kitchen island, office & large lanai. $349,000.
The McLendon Team, 473-7750 or 504-1947. #458312




* GRASSY POINT ESTATES. This impressive home offers
spectacular harbor views, spacious contemporary styling & a world-
class custom kitchen. Situated on over an acre, this estate has
2 deepwater slips. $2,250,000. Toby Delbridge & Jeanne Corbin,
473-7750 or 320-6360. #478121
* PUNTA GORDA BURNT STORE ISLES. Spectacular home with
wonderful views of intersecting wide deepwater canal. Features
3BRs, heated pool, new roof & a large lanai. Located in a prestigious
boating & golfing community. $799,000. Karen Williamson, 473-7750
or 941-286-5411. #478778
VENICE ISLAND BEACH FRONT. Every now and then is a chance
to own a beachfront home on Venice Island. This lovely, wonderfully
up-to-date 4BR pool home is set in a glorious location. $3,250,000.
Helen Moore, 485-5421 or 724-2030. #473882
REAL ISLAND LIVING. Lapping waves, beautiful sunsets, gorgeous
landscaping & every boating amenity complement this waterfront
3BR residence with separate studio & land for a 2nd home.
$1,795,000: Kathy Carbone, 966-8000 or 228-8429. #276790
ROBERTS BAY FRONT. Great location for this 3BR updated home
on a large corner lot. Features a very open floor plan, detached 3-car
garage & deepwater dock with lift & davits. $1,699,900. Helen Moore,
485-5421 or 724-2030. #474417
VENICE ISLAND GULF FRONT. Spectacular new beachfront
construction on Venice Island, ready for completion late 2005. This
2,500-sq.-ft. 3BR end unit has panoramic Gulf views, elevator &
luxury finishings. $1,668,000. Helen Moore, 485-5421 or 724-2030.
#466209


LIVE THE FLORIDA DREAM. One-acre Gulf front lot with a very
private beach area & natural landscaping of beautiful oaks &
tropical foliage. Deeded bayside dock easement for boating &
fishing. $2,650,000. Beverly Weltzien, 485-5421 or 223-0612.
#478489
VENICE BEACH. Gorgeous 3BR Gulf-front condominium with
wall-to-wall renovations. Features 2,300 sq. ft., den, custom wood
cabinetry, 2 balconies & garage. $1,250,000. Helen Moore,
485-5421 or 724-2030. #476693
DESIRABLE EAGLE POINT CLUB. Lovely Key West-style home
with all the extras. Amenities include a clubhouse, guest cottage,
deepwater dock & tennis courts. $1,244,000. Helen & John Pape,
485-5421 or 223-1457. #445850
NOKOMIS. Lovely 3BR home with separate studio & deeded boat
access, just minutes to the beach & ICW. Privacy wall & wood deck
create a tropical oasis in your own backyard. $750,000. Jackie
Kennedy, 485-5421 or 266-4074. #474822 .
SOUTH GULF COVE. Stunning home with magnificent view of the
Zephyr Waterway; Completely furnished with everything you would
expect in a luxury home. Features a pool with waterfall. $675,000.
Karen Williamson, 473-7750 or 941-286-5411. #472219
ONE-ACRE BAYFRONT LOT. Set in a very quiet location with
beautiful views of the north end of Manasota Key. Community
.beach ferry & boat launch. $580,000.Tony Huff, 485-5421. #466240



IDEAL COUNTRY LOCATION in Venice Farms within minutes of
beaches, shopping, amenities & 1-75. Almost 10 beautiful, naturally
Florida landscaped private acres & a home with pond & private
island. $950,000. Susan Brooker & Deanna S. Brooker, 493-2500
or 223-6055. #477876


SUCCESSFUL DAYCARE in Charlotte County. Some owner
financing may be available. Building & property offered at $299,000.
Business, building & property offered at $379,900. Randy.and Joni
McLendon, 473-7750 or 504-1947.


*BOCA GRANDE BEACH RETREAT just steps from the Gulf &
moments to town. This home features Key West styling, a new
metal roof & French doors in 2004. A great family residence or
rental. $985,000. Toby Delbridge & Matt Bertrand, 473-7750 or
320-6360. #478391


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BOB MUDGE
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PUBLISHER
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FRIDAY
JULY 1,2005


OUR VIEW



Martinez finds oil drilling issue a tough one


Sen. Mel Martinez has stood firm against
drilling for oil or gas off Florida's coast,
but the battle scars are showing.
SMartinez was criticized by this newspaper
and others when he voted along with the
GOP majority this year to open the Alaskan
wilderness to oil drilling. We questioned how
he could vote for that project yet lobby to
deny oil drilling off Florida's coasts two
stands that seemed contradictory, if not hyp-
ocritical.
His answer was that Alaska's representa-
tives in Congress and its people wanted
drilling. They want the jobs and the econom-
ic boost it would produce.
Then, with a political wink, he suggested'


Alaskan senators would throw their alle-
giance his way when and if drilling off our
coast ever comes to a vote.
Last week, when Martinez and Sen. Bill
Nelson sponsored an amendment to the
president's energy bill that would stop an
inventory of oil and gas in the Gulf of Mexico,
there was no help from Alaska. Sens. Ted
Stevens and Lisa Murkowski, both Repub-
licans, voted against the amendment.
Spokesmen for, the two senators said
Monday that they support Martinez, Nelson
and the people of Florida who do not want
drilling. They said they do not view their vote
in favor of an inventory as inconsistent with
that support. After all, one said, "what if we


find there is no oil or gas there?",
Yes, and what if we find there is a vein of
oil that is the richest ever found? How long
do you suppose Congress would wait to tap
that source?
Some argue that drilling off the coast
should not be a concern. They say it is in the
nation's best interests to pursue oil at home.
To that argument we say that the oil rigs
themselves supposedly safer than ever
before are not as much of a problem as the
pipes that bring the oil to the coast and the
refineries that will have to process that oil. And,
we continue to argue that conservation should
be the focus of this administration if the nation
is to be weaned of its appetite for foreign oil.


Sen. Stevens does not comment on pri-
vate conversations and a spokesman for Sen.
Murkowski said the senator likelywould sup-
port what Florida's residents and delegation
wants if the drilling issue ever comes up.
The Florida senator must work harder to
make sure he has the support if and when a
vote on drilling comes and we believe it
will, someday.
Meanwhile, Martinez may soon face an-
other challenge. He has said he will oppose
the president's energy bill if the inventory is
part of that legislation. Right now, the inven-
tory is in the bill.
We hold Martinez to his word to cast a
"no" vote if nothing changes.


A tale of




two cities


Like Venice, my hometown
of Pittsburgh has one of the
oldest .populations in the
'Unitd States. The young in
both towns have left to find
decenfifpay'ai jobs else-
where.
;In Pittsburgh. the good-
paying jobs vanished with the
collapse of manufacturing.
Venice failed to attract com-
panies with good-paying
jobs, allowing growth in re-
tiree population to take up
the economic slack.
Pittsburgh is in a region
where population. growth
makes economic sense. Dec-
ades of population shrinkage
has left surplus infrastructure
such as universities, muse-
ums and roads. Yet the city
does not seek growth for
growth's sake, but plans to
attract new industries for a
viable, long-term future.
By contrast, Venice and
Sarasota County treat popula-
tion growth as an industry in
itself, whereas such growth
more resembles a retail oper-
ation. It cannot continue in-
definitely. Eventually it ex-
hausts its market by filling up
desirable land, and eventually
"creating problems, like
crowding and poorer quality
of life, that exceed benefits. It
then seeks markets else-
where.
To delay the departure of
its growth operation, Venice
government was pressured to
permit more vertical growth
even before opportunities for
annexation sprawl were ex-
Shausted. Recently City Man-
ager Marty Black complained
about the county rushing
growth on the, city's border,
echoing a complaint his pre-
decessor, George Hunt, made
years ago, to justify-prompt
annexation of the Henry
Ranch.
I have personal experience
with the havoc that competi-
tion for growth between city
and county governments can
create to ruin quality of life. In
just 20 years. DuPage County,
ll., transformed itself from a
region of isolated towns con-
nected by pleasant country
roads to filled-in sprawl, with
the roads expanded to jam-
med four-lane expressways.
So impressive was the
deterioration caused by
growth that the county was
cited as a classic example in
Eben Fodor's "Better, Not
Bigger" book on sensible


growth.
Chicago will continue to
supply decent jobs to the
people of DuPage, but what
will remain in Venice and
Sarasota County when the
developers leave? And Sara-
sota County has recently sug-
gested that congestion on its
highways may be irreversible,
and more taxes may be need-
ed, indications that the coun-
ty is further along the road to
growth collapse than many
suspect.
Although Pittsburgh
strives to preserve its heritage
on the way to recovery, it
sometimes slips. In the most
SsceficStpot in the city where I
was raised, code did not per-
mit new buildings more than
40 feet in height unless a
structure taller than 40 feet
existed within 500 feet. The
city carelessly, approved the
addition of a steeple on a 100-
year-old church, and devel-
opers soon concluded.that
they could now put up taller
buildings.
The mayor personally led
citizens in fighting the tall
buildings, but. the courts
allowed them. The new code
is firm no height excep-
tions. The- mayor of Venice
has only recently listened to
citizens who realize that "no
exceptions" to height must be
the rule in many sections of
our city.
Don't expect guidance on
sensible growth from state
government. Gov. Jeb Bush
has recently claimed that the
population of Florida will
grow by 13 million over the
next two decades, an 80 per-
cent increase. He explains
that Florida is attractive to
retirees, so "we" have got to
find a way to pay for the
water, roads, sports stadiums
and other infrastructure these
new folks will want.
There were even attempts
in Tallahassee to pass legisla-
tion making it easier for local
governments to tax their resi-
dents to pay for the infra-
structure. ,Now, any good
businessman knows that
desirable goods sell at a prof-
it; there is no need to lose
money for stockholders by
deeply discounting them to
attract buyers.
So why are current Florida
residents being asked to sub-
sidize newcomers? Perhaps
because 13 million people
won't be anxious to move into
a crowded Florida alreadylos-
ing its-lustre. Maybe the 13
million really represent the
number of new people Talla-
hassee bureaucrats think are
needed to prevent the stagna-
tion of the growth operation
over two decades. People who
might go elsewhere if Florida
won't make their move
cheaper.
Not everyone views Florida
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LETTERS FROM OUR READERS

Skateboarders are the future council members


Editor:
I wanted to comment on the article about the ban of skate-
boarders from the island.
Skateboarding is a sport, the same as basketball, soccer or
tennis; however, children are not banned from playing these
sports on the island.
Rick Tacy said that the skaters are dangerous to pedestrians
and property. What about the people who are so old that they
have bad \ision, slow reaction time and cannot control their
own vehicles?
These indhiidials could run over people and property. So
ask yourself, RickTacy, should all adults over the age of 60 who
drive cars be banned from the island? No, this would never
happen because these adults invest way too much money into
the community.
However, these adults will eventually die, and then who will
take over the community? The answer is simple: all the "hooli-
gans" that skateboarded on the island when they were 13 years
old.
Rick Tacy and council spent $100,000 on the skate park, but
then he wanted to screen the children and make sure they all
had 2.0 GPAs before using the park. That is like telling adults
that they must present their tax return and prove they make at
least $30,000 year to use the public basketball courts and ten-
nis courts.
These skateboarders are just kids out to have fun and get
some exercise. Why should we punish these children who are
out in the community using its resources? Rick Tacy is just an
anti-youth individual who does not understand the concept of
equal rights and discrimination.
Let the kids have fun and skate because one day these kids
will be running our community.


Youth will
not be served

Editor:
I am not a skater per se.
However, I do know that this
city is in no way supportive of
our youth.
If there is anything done
for the elderly, it is done with-
out recourse of expense. If it
benefits the younger genera-
tion, it is- done as fast and
inexpensively.as possible.
These kids deserve a top-
notch facility if they want one.
After all, they are the future of
this city.
, I am a native Venetian and


if I didn't play foot
ball there would hE
. outlet for me either
If they are' er
people, fine, then
they will want to
where else and
have a problem.
D(

Is anyone's
property safe?
Editor:
I think all U.;
regardless of pol
should be outral
recent Supreme (


sion in the New London case
favoring the confiscation of
private, non-blighted proper-
Sty in order to increase the tax
base for the'city.
The liberal side of the court
has expanded the definition
of "public good," effectively
allowing taking property from
individuals and giving it to
others who have more
money.
Where will it stop?
I can see, under this think-
ing, the replacement of our
city's beautiful waterfront res-
idences with higher-tax-pro-
ducing development.: The
powers of government have
been expanded.
'Emil J. Partak
Venice


Bush has us
living in fear
Editor:
President Bush has played
the fear card very successfully
in the past: attacking Iraq, the
rpd alerts. the Patrint Act .tc


Joy LaSorso Now he's trying it with Social
Venice Security and the extension of
the Patriot Act.
I think the time has come
ball or.base- to call a halt to this fear factor.
ave been no Take the words of FDR: "The
er. only thing we have to fear is
endangering fear itself."
make it so There are too many dead,
go some- too many maimed; there is
you won't too much of an invasion of
privacy; there is too much
fear being spread in every
ennis Dodge direction. Stop it!
Venice We are in the hurricane
season. If you want to fear
something, start fearing the
hurricanes. And tell your reps
in Congress no more carte
S. citizens, blanche. Stop peddling fear!
itical bent,
ged by the Alicia Simmons
Court deci- Venice


Let SMH take over
health-care market
Editor:
I was a Venice resident for
more than 35 years, until I
recently moved to South
Carolina. Our family were
friends of two of Venice
Hospital's founders, and Iwas
admitted to Venice Hospital
for two months in the mid 70s
for a serious surgery.
Before the hospital was
sold to Bon Secours it was, in
my opinion, one of the best'
Hospitals anywhere. Since the
sale to Bon Secours and up to
now, I have seen the quality of
service go down the toilet.
When Bon Secours sold to
a for-profit entity, it was the
worst thing the city of Venice
could have experienced.
The saving grace is that
Sarasota Memorial will step
up to the plate and provide,
services to the- city it has
proudly served since 1927. It
does not refuse treatment to
anyone and treats you like a
valued human being and not
a burden if you can't pay.
An SMH outpatient facility
will force Venice Hospital to
either straighten its act up
and provide the care it was
once known for or fail. The
.best thing that could happen
is for the Venice hospital to
fail and Sarasota Memorial to
take over and finally give the
residents of South County the
quality health care they pay
for and deserve.
The mayor should be
ashamed of continuing to
spout off about tax dollars
when residents are complain-
ing constantly about the
quality of care they have been
receiving from the Venice
hospital.
James Speed Jr.
South Carolina







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Easy to cap the growth pipeline


Oh yes you can. In response to the John Simmonds article
that you can't stop growth, you can stop growth. First, have a
study made on the inadequacy of our infrastructure. It should-
n't be difficult to conclude that we have virtual gridlock on our
highways, inadequate schools, inadequate transportation and
public facilities, and that the entire population would be
trapped and could not escape a major hurricane. Second,
declare a moratorium on growth, citing the study, until an ade-
quate and expanded infrastructure permits it.


Foreign aid. This is in
regard to the whole domestic-
foreign car dispute going on. I
own a foreign car and I didn't
know a lot of this. I can't
believe our government lets
this happen. These are the
guys we elected into office.
Not realizing it at the time, I
bought a car to support the
Japanese economy and in the
meantime GM is about to go
bankrupt paying for its em-
ployees' medical insurance.
So here we have Americans
without insurance, compa-
nies going broke to pay for the
insurance and Japanese com-
panies making millions of
dollars a quarter. and our
government letting it happen.
It seems like we buy from
everybody and nobody buys
from us. If I would have
known this, I would not have
purchased a foreign car or
at least I would have enter-
tained the idea of buying a
domestic car.
Ruination. Have, you no-
ticed the beautiful "Mediter-
ranean" architecture of the
building at the corer of No-
komis and Miami avenues?
Our city fathers are so con-
cerned about Mediterranean
architecture, but we've al-
lowed this piece, of property
to be in stages of demolition
for the past year, most recent-
ly having added a toilet out-
side, near the chain-link fence
and the piles of debris. Cer-
tainly a highlight for tourists
to see in our beautiful city. If
our city fathers want to do
something about beautifying
Venice, how about requiring
the owner of this property to
expedite the, clean-up of this
area?
On the road. No. 1, gas
prices will not keep us from
making a road trip this sum-
mer. We're planning a trip up
North and we're going to go
no matter what; normally
prices are cheaper up North
anyway. No. 2, why is the
crossword puzzle so light and
so small? It should be bigger.
What? This is a great
chance to let'em have it, but I
doubt very much whether it's
going to help me. I have a
complaint about Medicare.
It's wonderful and it helps me
in a lot of ways, but my com-
plaint is it won't help a person
who is hard of hearing, and
your hearing can have a lot to
do with your quality of life. If
you can't hear the TV or you
can't hear the phone or you
can't hear your wife calling for
help, that's pretty serious. But
they will pay for men to buy
that medication that will help
them have a hot old time in
bed. I'm totally against that. I
don't think the taxpayers
should have to pay for Viagra
and all that other stuff when
they won't pay for a person to
be able to hear, which is a
thing a normal person needs
and is, difficult to live without.
Incomplete. On the front
page of the VGS it says
"Deaths" and lists names.
Inside it has those names
along with brief details about
the person. But quite fre-
quently on that page or on
another page,, or even among
advertisements, is an article
about another local person
who has died. It is often
accompanied by a picture
and a lengthy piece about
their life. Do you realize that
by doing it that way a death
could occur and many would
not even know it? I, for one,
often just glance at the names
on the front page, and if I
don't recognize anyone, I
don't bother to read the Obit-
uary page. Don't all deaths
acknowledged in your papel
deserve their name on youi
front page list?
EDITOR'S NOTE: Yes, they do,
and we're trying to make sure they
appear there. As a rule, all obituar-
ies appear on one page, though if


there are many they may be con-
tinued on a second page. The
problem.arises when a family
requests a paid obituary in order to
honor a loved one. Those are han-
dled by the advertising depart-
ment and appear among the ads
on the obituary page, while the
others are handled through the
editorial department. When we
forget to doublecheck for paid
notices, the names get left off the
list.
Ridiculous. I am against the
tax for five extra minutes for
the children to be in school.
That's only for the teachers to
make more money, and for
what? Five minutes each
class. That is ridiculous. I
surely would vote it down and
I'm sure everyone else will.
Please don't put it on a ballot.
EDITOR'S NOTE: The school
board has not yet voted to seek an
extension of the extra mill of prop-
erty tax for school county voters
approved in 2002, though admin-
istration officials have said it is a
necessity. The referendum money
funds a wide variety of school pro-
grams and positions, not just the
extra time in class proposed by
Superintendent Gary Norris.
Mini-city. In a recent col-
umn council member John
Simmonds asked how growth
can be stopped when so
many people want to move to
Venice. He envisions prob-
lems like skyrocketing home
prices if higher density isn't
allowed.
But there is a no-growth
Shangri-la nearby where resi-
dents can tolerate such prob-


lems. This community was
planned, like John Nolen's
original Venice, but it also has
laws to keep it that way: no
enlargements, no new, taller
buildings, no additional
houses. It's just 6 miles from
downtown Venice inside city
limits. At 1-1/2 square miles,
this mini-city is just a little
smaller than island Venice
excluding the airport. It's
called the Venetian Golf &
River. Club, created against
public opposition by an earli-
er city council. The folks there
don't share the new council's
ideas about growth and are
unlikely to discuss the situa-
tion with developers.
Unreasonable. The Venice
police officers seem to be very
unreasonable in their de-
mands. They should be pay-
ing some of their health insur-
ance costs, just as everybody
else does. Maybe it's time for
the city to look into turning
over this work to the county
and eliminating some of the
duplication I see. Often I see a
city police officer and a sher-
iff's deputy at the same site. It
seems like we're overpoliced
in Venice. We could probably
save considerable money
switching to the county sher-
iffs doing the policing in
Venice.
Lost. I was one of the orga-
nizers of the Memorial Day'
celebration at Patriots Park
and I lost or misplaced an ex-
pensive pair of sunglasses, If
anybody found those, please
give me a call at 485-9045.
P.U. Today I stopped at,
Venice Beach with my family
on vacation to go swimming,
and evidently the heavy rains
cleaned out all the sewer lines
in Venice and emptied them
into the gulf: What a stench.
Somebody do something
about this or you will have no
vacationers left.


Move the airport and 1-75 and...


BY CARL BUCKELEW
GUEST COLUMNIST


I read with amusement the
constant back and forth
about the Venice Airport.
How does this fifth-genera-.
tion Floridian feel about the
airport?
Hey, folks, wake up!
As a resident of the area
since birth, I feel that I have.
earned the right to comment
and have this to say.
I remember when the air-
port was used as a base for
the U.S. Air Force to launch
rockets. We lived in Bay Point
in Nokomis. Your house
would shake, windows and
dishes would rattle. We lived
in Nokomis and never ex-
pected to have a noise prob-
lem affect us from the airport.
When the noise issue did
come up, people would say,
"location, location, location,"
and move north or east of
Nokomis. People bought
small farms and ranches east
,of town.
If they didn't move again,
they now endure noise, diesel
fumes and more from-a new
road that was added called I-
75. Did the road get moved? I
think not; many homes have
an interstate in their front
yards.


U.S. 41 was a nice little
two-lane highway, with many
homes along the route
through Nokomis and Venice.
What do the residents who
elected to stay face from the
four to six lanes of constant
noise and movement that
were added since? Have these
people spent their lives com-
plaining and carrying on
about something that comes
from growth and change?
We are constantly told,
"You don't live by the airport,
so you don't have the right to
say anything." You are wrong;
we do have the right, and we
have the same choice that
you did, but we elected not to
build or buy next to the air-
port because there was an air-
port there.
I have to wonder what goes
through people's minds. Pic-
ture yourself standing at a
future home or homesite.You
can check out the area and, lo
and behold, you see an air-
port, a train track, a highway
or commercial center close
by. You say to yourself, "I want
a quiet neighborhood to live
in, there.is an airport here -
let's move in, because it's got
to be quiet."
A poor choice used to be
the fault of the buyer. Not
now: it's "I'm herenow, move


everything else to make me
happy."
I spend a lot of time out in
the public areas of Venice and
Nokomis. When talking to
many people the subject of
their relocation here comes
up.
Reasons I hear for their
move are: city getting too big,
traffic too much, state income
tax, high property taxes and,
strangely, "the airport was
expanding and the noise got
too bad." Funny, people mov-
ed here and now complain
about Venice for the same
reasons they came here for.
I am proud that my area
has such a nice airport. As my
wife and I have traveled
around the country and peo-
ple we meet ask about our
community, I find myself let-
ting them know about our air-
port. The response the major-
ity of the time is very positive
about having such a fine and
complete facility
I ask with irony, what's
next? Build a home or struc-
ture on the beach and charge
every taxpayer the cost of
protecting your private in-
vestment for the renourish-
ment, because the gulf has
the nerve to create waves?
A final note: What was here
first?


CITIES from page 11A


as a mecca for unlimited
growth. According to the
March 2005 issue of Where to
Retire, the percentage of
retirees headed for Florida
dropped from 2318 in 1990 to
19.1 in 2000. Significantly, the
actual number of retirees
moving to Florida actually fell
by 50,000 per year over the
decade. Other sunbelt states
have much to offer to retirees.
It is not hard to envisage


changes that can substantial-
ly stunt Florida's population
growth.
Recent home price in-
creases will force many to
consider retirement else-
where. Every new high-rise
on the beach says Florida's
gone. A new amusement park
could open in unspoiled Ala-
bama.
In 20 years, I can visualize
snowbirds and vacationers


flying back to the states from
Cuba's uncluttered beaches,
noting that the drilling plat-
forms in the gulf are one of
the few attractive sights along
Florida's gulf coast.

Dick Windgassen, a nine-
year resident of Venice, is a
retired chemist and a Venice
Taxpayers League board
member He writes an occa-
sional column for this page.


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BUSINESS MATTERS


Property a nearly

$4 million acquisition


ROGER BUTTON
BUSINEWS

The property occupied by
Appliance Depot & More, for-
merly Bacon's Furniture store
at 901 North U.S. 41 Bypass,
was recently acquired by Bill
Allard of St. Petersburg for
$3,950,000. 4Q LLC partners
Chad Gates, Carl Heinsman
and Jim Driggers purchased
it for $2.5 million in January
2004, repaying and landscap-
ing the 16,000-square-foot
property.
SEric Allard, a partner, con-
firmed Appliance Depot
would stay put, the Outlook
Sports Bar will open in one of
the two adjoining units, and
the other 10,000-square-foot
unit will be leased to a retailer
or used for warehousing.
Possible business
condo for island
Tri-Star Investments is.
planning to level the old
apartments at 801 Tamiami
Trail on the island of Venice.
George Giordano, a business
partner, admitted they are
undecided about possibly
constructing a condominium
building with offices for busi-
ness professionals.
'Assuming we decide to go
ahead, it will be at least 12
months before construction
begins," said Giordano.
From communism
to democracy
What was behind the Iron
Curtain is just one of the free
presentations of Tatiana Ko-
valenko, an independent
consultant for the Swiss Ar-
bonne International skincare
products company.
She grew up in afar eastern
Russian city and after gradu-
ating with a psychology de-
gree, won a U.S. residency
card lottery and .came to
Greenville, S.C., to join her
sister, a BMW engineer.
After: studying business
entrepreneurial skills, she
moved to Venice and set up
her own business.
A member of Toastmasters
in Greenville, she transferred
to the Venice Open Network,
whose members give free
talks to groups. Having grown
up in the Soviet communist
dominated-period, and also
experienced the change to
democracy, her presentations
are in demand.
"I look for opportunities to
share my experiences, not,
only of Russia, but travel and,
of course, .healthy skin care,"
said Kovalenko, who after
four years plans to visit her,
parents in Russia this sum-
mer.
Her e-mail is tantanesa
@comcast.net.
32 sold in 10.days
Landwork has started
rolling on the new Willow
Chase development by Lee
Wetherington Homes on
Laurel Road, east of Interstate
75, adjoining the Venetian
Golf & River Club. There are
to be 147 homesites in this
maintenance-free, gated
community, which will have a
community pool, fitness cen-
ter, tennis and sports courts.
Construction of 2,000-
square-foot-and-up single-
family homes is expected by
the end of the year and,
although details have not
been released, it is anticipat-
ed prices will start in the
upper $300,000s.
"We're expecting, a slow
release to maintain a smooth,
even flow of around five-six
homes monthly.
"At my last development I


sold 32 homes in 10 days and
it created pressure on the
construction teams," com-
mented Barry Bright.
Land the key asset
The key contributor to
continuing growth in the
overall value of your home is
the land on which it stands,
according to a Michael
Saunders & Company report
provided by Venice Realtor
Julie Nardone.
Factors are the shortage of
buildable land, high demand
for new homes andrestrictive
development requirements..
Nationally, land. represents
about 25 percent of the total
value of a finished home.
Land is scarce in Massachu-
setts, so it represents 33 per-
cent of the selling price.
Strong demand increases
the ratio to 36 percent in Sara-
sota, and on the waterfront it
goes up to 45 percent.
Older homes on desirable
waterfront lots increase the
land value to.75 percent of the
total.
Nationally developable
land is increasing at less than
1 percent per year, while
demand is increasing by 4
percent.
Florida is the...
Some interesting. facts
released by VISIT FLORIDA,
the state's; official travel
planning source, may prove
helpful to businesspeople
welcoming visitors to our
area:
SThe phrase "cool as a
cucumber" originated in
Florida, where on a hot day
the pulp of a cucumber can
be 10 degrees cooler than the
surrounding air.
-* The oldest-known former-
slave's house exists in Talla-
hassee.
Suntan lotion was invent-
ed by a Miami Beach phar-
macist in 1944.
The world's first commer-
cial airline flight took place in
1914 between Tampa and St.
Petersburg.
Florida is home to the
largest breeding population
of bald eagles in the 48 con-
tiguous states.
.The St. Petersburg/
Clearwater-area claims 361
days of sunshine annually.
There are more golf
courses 1,370 and count-
ing in Florida than any
other state.
The Kennedy Space Cen-
ter's Vehicle Assembly Build-
ing is the largest in the world
by internal volume, and its
ceiling is so high rain clouds
form inside the structure.
Florida has nearly 8,000
lakes of 10 or more acres.
South Venice
property acquired
As Island Ventures LLC,
northern investor Bob Sch-
legal recently purchased the
3,400-square-foot building
containing three retail units
at 1950 South Tamiami Trail.
Bella Luna
expansion plans
Bella Luna Cafe, 200 W;
Miami Ave., took on a whole
new look this year after for-
mer New Yorkers Bill and
Sheree Vanderstine acquired
the former Christine's Coffee
Shop and transformed it into
their new eatery.
"We took down walls, put
in countertops and created a
whole new, very cosmopoli-
tan style," commented Van-
derstine.
With their daughter, Deja,
moving down from New York
to join the business, they are
open six days a week, and
seven days during season.
'They have seating for 39
and entertain with music.
Soon they hope to open a
second Bella Luna, in North
Port.

You can e-mail Roger But-


ton at: businews@comcast.


Housing market still





showing strength


Low mortgage rates and a small inventory contin-
ue to fuel hot real estate sales and drive prices up.


BY DAN MEARNS
STAFFWRITER

Area home prices re-
mained sky high for the
month of May, according to
'statistics released Thursday
by the Florida Association of
Realtors.
The median price for sin-
gle-family existing homes last
month was $216,200 in
Charlotte County (including
Englewood and North Port).
The median price, the
point where half the homes
sold for more and half for less,
was about $3,000 higher than
the April median and a whop-
ping $39,000 higher than the
median reported in May of
2004.
FAR compiles its stats from
information provided by
Realtor boards located within
the Metropolitan Statistical
Areas as defined by the 2000
census. The Punta Gorda
MSA includes Port Charlotte,
Englewood and North Port,
while the Sarasota-Bradenton
MSA includes Venice.
The Sarasota median was
$316,600 in May, more than
$12,000 higher than the April
median and almost $76,000
higher than the May 2004
median.
The number sold in the


Sarasota-Bradenton MSA also
declined in the year-to-year
comparison; but rose from
April to May of this year.
James A. Crumbaugh III,
president of Prudential
Village Realty, with offices in
Charlotte and Sarasota coun-
ties, said several things could
explain why the number. of
houses sold declined in the
Punta Gorda MSA.
"A lot of the homes aren't
fixed yet," he said, "and there's
almost double the inventory
on the market. It also could
have something to do with
the prices."
Crumbaugh viewed the
statistics somewhat skepti-
cally, saying that his office
sold 58 percent more houses
in May of this year than it did
in May of 2004.
"We closed over $29.8 mil-
lion in sales in May,"
Crumbaugh said.
The real estate specialist
sees prices stabilizing in the
coming months.
"It's unhealthy for prices to
continue rising at a 30 per-
cent a year clip," he said. "I
see them growing maybe 10
to 11 percent over the next
year."
State of lending
Statewide, the median


sales price climbed to
$230,800, an increase of more
than $1,200 over April and
more than $38,000 over May
2004, FAR reported.
In May 2000, the statewide
median sales price was
$115,100, meaning the May.
figure represents a dramatic,
nearly 100 percent increase.
over the five-year period.
FAR cited a strong labdr
market, continued low mort-
gage rates and a growing
economy as factors influenc-
ing the market.
"Sales of existing single-
family homes across Florida
are maintaining a healthy
pace," said David Scott, exec-
utive director of the Dr.
Phillips Institute for the Study
of American Business Activity
and professor of finance at
the University of Central
Florida.
"Such sales rates are sus-
tainable in an expanding
national' economy and
Florida posts some of the
strongest business conditions,
indicators in the U.S. Florida's
labor market, for example, is
one of the firmest in the.
country."
Rates on 30-year mort-
gages resumed their decline
this week, falling for the 10th
time in the past 12 weeks.
Mortgage giant Freddie Mac
said Thursday its weekly sur-
vey showed that rates on 30-
year, fixed-rate mortgages


.averaged 5.57 percent, down
from 5.63 percent last week. It
was the second-lowest level
recorded this year,
The decline in mortgage
rates over the past two
months has helped push
sales of both new and existing
homes to record levels this
year.
The National Association
of Realtors reported Thursday
that sales of previously owned
homes declined a. tiny 0.7
percent in May after hitting
an all-time high in April.
However, the May sales pace
of 7.13 million units at a sea-
sonally adjusted annual rate
was the second-highest level
on record.
"The housing market still
has a good head of steam,"
said Frank Nothaft, chief
economist at Freddie Mac.
"Given that mortgage rates
aren't expected to move too
much in either direction any
time soon, we fully expect the
housing market will continue
to thrive well into the foresee-
able future."
Even with the small drop
in sales, home prices moved
higher nationally last month,
to an all-time record median
price of $207,000.

The Associated Press con-
tributed to this story.
You can e-mail Dan
Mearns at: dmearns
@sun-herald.com.


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in the Vets for Vets campaign.


BIZ BUZZ

BUSINESSES COMINGS AND GOINGS


Bank ofVenice
promotes Bensen
The Bank of Venice an-
nounded the promotion of
Norman D. Bensen from vice
president to senior vice presi-
dent. His primary responsi-
bility will be
overseeing all
mortgage-
related lend-
ing services.
Prior to
this new ap-
pointment,
Bensen, 61,
specialized in
residential Bensen
mort gage
lending services. He has near-
ly 28 years of local banking
experience, beginning with
the First National Bank of
Venice in 1977, and subse-
quently with Guaranty Bank.
In November 2002, he be-
came an original staff mem-
ber of The Bank ofVenice dur-


ing its formative stages.
In addition to his position
at The Bank ofVenice, Bensen
is treasurer of the Suncoast
Banker's Compliance Associ-
ation, a regional banking
organization. Locally, he is a
member of the Venice Shrine
Club and president of the
Triangle Inn Association. He
came,to the Venice area in
1977 from upstate NewYork.

MCC business seminars
Students learn skills that
help them succeed in the work-
place and intheir personallives
in noncredit courses offered by
MCC Corporate and Com-
munity Development at MCC
Lakewood Ranch, 7131 Profes-
sional Parkway East.
A seminar on Business
Communications helps stu-
dents master an important
measure of success in the
workplace. In the ever-chang-
ing age of technology, speaking


and writing skills must be
adapted. The class also covers
participating on committees
using teamwork and other
business communication com-
petencies. Itmeets 6-9 p.m., July
13 and 20. The fee is $75.
Students learn Successful
Habits of Winners in an inter-
active seminar that explores
how millionaires' achieve
their goals, from 5:30-9:30
p.m., July 26. The fee is $59.
For more information or to
register, call (941) 363-7000.

Fundraisers forum
Bradley D. Magee, an asso-
ciate with the law firm Levin
Tannenbaum, will be speaker
for the 2005 Southwest Flor-
ida Fundraiser's Forum July
13 at the Hyatt in Sarasota.
The forum rims 8:30 a.m.-
2 p.m., and is $50, including
lunch. To register, call Kim
Noyes at 921-5410 or e-mail
AFPFL@comcast.net.


Military

discount at

Home Depot

The Home Depot invites all
active duty personnel, reserv-
ists, retired service members,
veterans and their families to
receive 10 percent off their
purchases in recognition, of
Independence Day. The offer
is good on most purchases up
to $2,000 for a maximum dis-
count of $200 between June
30 and July 4 at The Home
Depot stores, The Home De-
pot Floor Stores, The Home
Depot Landscape Supply
stores and EXPO Design Cen-
ter locations.
To qualify, individuals must
present proof of military ser-
vice to the Special Services desk
at any The Home Depot store,
where they will receive a
coupon that is redeemable at
any cashier's checkout register.
Discount coupons are valid on
a single receipt in-store pur-
chase only. See the coupon for
details and exceptions.


13A
FRIDAY
JULY 1,2005








OBITUARIES


FRIDAY, JULY 1, 2005


Billy G. Adams
Billy G. Adams of
Venice died Tuesday,
June 21, 2005. He was
69.
He was born Sept. 1, 1935,
in Mayking, Ky., and moved to
the area in 1986 from In-
dianapolis, Ind.
He was employed by Sun-
oco inVenice.
He was a member of the
VFW and the Moose Lodge.
Survivors include his wife,
Marcia; a son, Billy of Jenkins,
Ky.; five sisters, Marnell Abels
of Jamestown, Ohio, Sherry
Branham of Danville, Ind.,
Mary Stanley of Indianapolis,
Freeda Mason of Browns-
burg, Ind., and Nancy Keath-
ley of Pikesville, Ky.; and a
brother, Gordon Jr. of May-
king.
Services: A memorial service
will be held at 3 p.m., Saturday,
July 2, at Venice-Nokomis
Methodist Church.
Contributions: Memorial dona-
tions may be made to Deborah
Hospital Foundation, 101 Venice
Ave., Venice 34285.


Jane C. Bradley
Jane Campau Bradley of
Venice died Tuesday, June 28,
2005. She was 93.
She was born Nov. 1, 1911,
in lonia, Mich., and moved to
Venice 25 years ago from
Washington, D.C., where she
worked as an executive secre-
tary for the CIA.
During her career she
spent five years in London,
England, working for the
State Department. She retired
in 1970.
She was a docent at the
Washington National Ca-
thedral and a member of the
Venice Yacht Club.
She was of the Episco-
palian faith.
Survivors include two
nieces; five grandchildren;
and nine great-grandchil-
dren.
Services: Inurnment will be at
Arlington National Cemetery.
Farley Funeral Home is in charge
of arrangements.
Contributions: Memorial dona-
tions may be made to the
Washington National Cathedral


Fund, 3101 Wisconsin Ave. N.W.,
Washington, DC 20016-5098.
Dorothy M. Gilpin
Dorothy M. Gilpin of Ven-
ice died Wednesday, June 29,
2005. She was 85.
She was born Aug. 30,
1919, in New York, N.Y., and
moved to the area in 1989
from Branford, Conn.
She was a member of
Epiphany Cathedral.
Survivors include two
daughters, Pamela of New-
port, R.I., and Elizabeth Jane
McSherry of Old Saybrook,
Conn.; two sons, William of
Lincoln, R.I., and Neil of
Hartland, Conn.; a brother,
Thomas Murphy of Stamford,
Conn.; and two grandchil-
dren.
Services: A Mass of Christian
Burial will be held at 11 a.m.
Saturday, July 2, at Epiphany
Cathedral. Ewing Funeral Home
is in charge of arrangements.
Walter Kaczmarsky
Walter Kaczmarsky ofVen-
ice died Tuesday, June 28,


2005. He was 81.
He was born in Poland on
Jan. 17, 1924, and emigrated
to Canton, Ohio, in 1951.
He moved to Venice from
Palmetto, Fla., a year ago.
He was a custodian for
Timken Research in Canton
for 30 years before retiring in
1987.
He was a member of the
Catholic faith.
Survivors include a daugh-
ter, Sofia Wallner of Venice; a
son, Peter of Canton; three
grandchildren; and three
great-grandchildren.
Services: No local services are
planned at this time. Farley
Funeral Home is in charge of
arrangements.
Doris G. Lapeirre
Doris G. Lapeirre ofVenice
died Saturday, June 25, 2005.
She was 94.
She was born Jan. 30, 1911,
in Niagara Falls, Canada, and
moved to the area in 1973
from Michigan.
She was a homemaker and
attended Our Lady of Mount


Carmel Catholic Church in
Osprey.
Survivors include her hus-
band of 33 years, Louis; two
daughters, Dee Gomber of
Venice and Doris Wicksall of
East Lansing, Mich.; two step-
daughters, Jan Galloway of
Winter Springs, Fla., and
Patricia Curry of St. Clair
Shores, Mich.; four sons,
Edward Calomeni of Warren,
Mich., Tony Calomeni of Ray,
Mich., Jim Calomeni of Len-
nox, Mich., and Rick Calo-
meni of Columbus, Mich.; 31
grandchildren; 51 great-
grandchildren; and one great-
great-grandchild.
Services: A memorial service
will be announced at a later
date. Inurnment will be at
Resurrection Cemetery in Mount
Clemons, Mich.
Contributions: Memorial dona-
tions may be made to Coventry
House, Coral Ridge Station, P.O.
Box 39282, Fort Lauderdale,
,33339-0282.
Mary C. Muir
Mary Christine Muir of


Venice died Sunday June 26,
2005. She was 90.
She was born on April 26,
1915, in Ottawa, Ohio, and
moved to Venice in 1971 from
Plymouth, Mich.
She was a registered nurse.
She was a member of
Epiphany Cathedral, where
she was active with the choir
and Women's Guild.
She also was past presi-
dent of the Venice-Nokomis
Women's Club and past presi-
dent of the Venice Area Col-
lege Club.
She was a member of the
Knights of Columbus Aux-
iliary.
Survivors include a daugh-
ter, Barbara of Farmington
Hills, Mich.; 12 grandchil-
dren; and 34 great-grandchil-
dren and great-great grand-
children.
Services: A Memorial Mass will
be held at 11 a.m., Wednesday,
July 6, at Epiphany Cathedral.
Interment will be in Gulf Pines
Memorial Park in Englewood.
Ewing Funeral Home is in charge
of arrangements.


POLICE BEAT


Public asked to help police
The Venice Police Depart-
ment is asking the public to
help solve a series of home
burglaries during the last
month.
Several homes have been
broken into while the resi-
dents slept.
The suspect enters
through unlocked doors and
windows.
Investigators believe that
these burglaries are related to
other vehicle and business
burglaries on the island that
occurred during the same
timeframe.
On one occasion, a victim
interrupted the suspect as he
was inside her home. He
shoved the victim to the floor
and fled on foot.
He was described as a
tanned, white man wearing a
black ski mask, dark shirt and


black pants.
Police urge all residents to
make sure their doors and
windows are locked while
they sleep and when they are
away.
If anyone sees anything
suspicious around your home
or neighborhood, please con-
tact Detective Eric Hill at the
Venice Police Department,
486-2444.
In case, of an emergency,
call 9-1-'.
You also can contact Crime
Stoppers at 316-TIPS (8477).
Sarasota County
Sheriffs Office arrests
Karina Jedzejewski, 25,
1200 block Lauirel Ave., Ven-
ice. Charge: disorderly intoxi-
cation. $120.
Joseph M. Brooks, 20, 600
block S. McCall St., Engle-
wood. Charge: domestic bat-


tery. Bond: no listing.
Teresa D. Jebb, 38, 600
block King St., Nokomis.
Charge: possession of rock
cocaine. Bond: $1,000.
Martha A. Bums, 45, 600
block Turner St., .Laurel.
Charge: DUI previous convic-
tion. Bond: $2,500.
Raudelis W. Goderich, 16,
600 block Conrad Road,
Venice. Charges: criminal
mischief more than $1,000,
tampering with a witness.
Bond: no listing.
*AngelaA.Vankampen, 25,
1200 block Cypress Ave.,
Venice. Charge: DUI with pas-


senger under 18 years old.
Bond: $1,000.
Paul N. Sciandra, 41, 400
block E. Colonia Lane, Venice.
Charge: probation violation/
reckless driving alcohol a fac-
tor. Bond: $1,500.
Robert J. Dashnaw, 43,
1900 block Neptune Drive,
Englewood. Charges: issu-
ance of a worthless check -
two counts. Bond: $1,120.
Donald Eldridge Jr., 28,
700 block Church St., Laurel.
Charges: probation viola-
tion/fleeing to elude, proba-
tion violation/battery. Bond:
$5,000.


WILLS TRUSTS ESTATE PLANNING ELDER LAW
PROBATE ADMINISTRATION *.GUARDIANSHIPS
MICHAEL A. CHIANTELLA
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW
209 NASSAU STREET SOUTH
SUITE 101 TELEPHONE: 488-1779
EMAIL: MICHAEL'@CHIANTELLA.COM ON THE WEB: WWW.CHIANTELLA.COM


Nicholas S. Easton, 21,
600 block Golf Drive, Venice.


Charge: robbery by sudden
snatching. Bond: $1,500.


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(KRT) Q. I have a
complaint about your review
of the Chrysler 300C SRT8
and its 425-horsepower Hemi
V-8 engine. As the owner of
an ordinary sedan, I was
shocked and angered that
automakers are building such
gas-guzzling monsters in this
time of gas shortages and
high prices. It's obscene and
greedy on the part of
automakers to build cars with
200-plus-hp engines. I believe
the government should limit


the size of car engines. These
monsters are wasting our
fuel.
-J.M., Buffalo Grove, Ill.
A. Higher gas prices, yes,
but what shortages? Haven't
found a station yet that was
unable or unwilling to pump
$2 a gallon gas into the tank.
Perhaps people would quit
complaining if everyone was
given a ration card entitling
them to so many gallons of
fuel each month.
Those in low-mileage
machines would have to stop


driving after a couple of
weeks, and those who drive
high-mileage machines could
quit bellyaching that some-
one is burning their gas. As
for the government, if enough
people complain, perhaps it
would limit engine size.'
Because the government can't
come up with a plan for
Social Security or health care,
maybe it will target engine
size to at least show us that
legislators aren't comatose.
Q. You said: "If people can't
tell a Chery from a Chevy, it's


little wonder Toyota sells so
many vehicles here." Sounds
to me that you are saying
buyers of Toyotas are a bunch
of idiots and that just because
Toyota doesn't have the most
stunning design all the time,
Toyotas.are lesser cars than
others. If it hadn't been for
Toyota, with its quality coming
to America, imagine the kind
of garbage the domestics
would still be shoving down
our throats. You owe a lot of
people an apology.
-K.W, St. Charles, Ill.


A. General Motors threat-
ened to sue Malcolm Bricklin
if the Chinese cars he
intends to sell in the U.S. in
2007 are named Chery for
the builder. GM says Chery is
too similar to Chevy and
would confuse buyers. We
said the inability to tell a
Chery from a Chevy is
ridiculous, as would be the
reason people buy more
Toyotas than Chevys is
because they can't tell a fruit
from a car. Based on your
letter, and the one that


follows, it seems the belief
people can't tell a fruit from
a car isn't as far-fetched as
we thought.
Q. In response to your
answer to the Chevy/Chery
dispute and the reference to
Toyotas, I am in awe how you
favor the Japanese when our
country needs more Ameri-
cans to buy American to
keep our country strong.
-K.H., St. Charles, Ill.
A. If there is justice in this
world, you two would be
neighbors in St. Charles.


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LEASE FROM GM EMPLOYEE PRICE
324n 20,988
MANY OTHERS TO CHOOSE FROM AT SIMILAR SAVINGS
MANY OTHERS TO CHOOSE FROM AT SIMILAR SAVINGS


MSRP $23,625
Discounts & Rebates.....$4;137
EASE FROM GM EMPLOYEE PRICE
99 Per 19488
1 Month19,488
48 month lease
MANY OTHERS TO CHOOSE FROM AT SIMILAR SAVINGS


MSRP s14,190
Discounts & Rebates......s1,702
LEASE FROM GM EMPLOYEE PRICE
194 $12,488
MANY OTHERS Month
494 48 month lease
MANY OTHERS TO CHOOSE FROM AT SIMILAR SAVINGS


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7010 AUDI 7020 BUICK 7020 BUICK 7030 CADILLAC 7030 CADILLAC


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AND ALL IN .BETWEEN
WHOLESALE CEARANCE
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at 12 noon
2005 AUDI .S4, ';,
.4K MJLS LOADED: HAVE A SAFE &
U KE W 44",9' HAPPY HOLIDAY!

S1-800-259.423Z. NEED CASH?
7/01/2005 Have A Garage
I Classified = Sales Sale!


1989 BUICK Electra Estate
Wagon, 80K 'mi, new tires,
brakes, very, very reliable
$2500/ obo. (941)-624-5398
1992 BUICK LESABRE
AUTO, 4DR, PW/PL, CASS,
A/C, MUST SEE. $3,900
941-485-1531, dir
1994 PARK AVE, 95k, ice
cold air, new tires, well kept.
$3200. Call (941)-624-5081
1995 ROADMASTER, 61K mi.
New tires. Good condition.
$5,900. (941)-743-0799
1998 BUICK LeSabre LTD,
59K miles, wire wheels,
leather int. 1 owner. $7495.
(941)-628-1313
- 20OOUICKLSABREf.
L*ADO "DECLUWAN,




GENE
GORNAN'S
2000 LE SABRE LTD.,
1 OWNER, LOW MI.,
IMMACULATE! $9,990.
639-1601, Punta Gorda
2002 BUICK CENTURY
V6, PW/PL, TILT, LOOKS &
RUNS GREAT. $12,900
941-485-1531, dlr
2002 BUICK LESABRE
V6, AUTO, 4DR, PW/PL,
TILT, CRUISE. $12,900
941-485-1531, dir
2003 BUICK LESABRE
CUSTOM, well maintained!
$11,650. Call for details
(941)-737-5234


GENE
GORMBN'S
2002 CENTURY, 36K MI.,
ESTATE CAR! PERFECT
CONDITION! $10,190.
639-1601, Punta Gorda
7025 BMW
-1998 BMW Z3, BIk, tan top,
tan Ithr int, 116k miles, new
tires, asking $10,000, days
(239)986-0429, nights
(941)240-5190. North.Port


ADVERTISE
In
The Classifieds!


I '2002 CAILLAC SEVILLE
LO OK STS WHITE LOADED
1996 CADILLAC Sedan Dev- 36K MILES $20.80
ille, loaded, managers special I 'p.lr-lT -,ji a0n
$7688. or $199. DN WAC. 1-800-259-4232 '
Southern Trust 941-766-
0050. 2004 CADILLAC CTS
1996 Sedan Deville, 145k, very SPORT LOADED
good cond., North star engine, $24,980 .
$3,500 (941)-4264927 .'l l
1996 SEDAN Deville, exc. '1-860-259-4232
cond, Clean, 59K, $8,750.
(651)-247-0606 2005 CADILLAC STS V8
LOADED, BLACK, 31KMI,
GESI !E "," SAVE $46,800
GORAN'S -80s-29-4
1997 DE VILLE, 1 OWNER,
LOW MI.. ESTATE SALE. 7040 CHEVROLET
IMMACULATE! '$8,990.
639-1601, Punta Gorda 1980 CORVETTE excellent
1997 DeVille, White, 12,300 cond, all orig, auto, 350,
mi., $8,500, excellent cond. torch red. $7,000.
(941-637-3879 (941)-223-0595
1997 ELDORADO, red, good 1991 -CHEVY CAMARO ice
cond, Norstar engine. $5000 cold A/C, V6, auto, runs &
(941)-276-4615 looks good, $2950. (941)-
1997 SEDAN QEVILLE 4dr, 637-1933 dlr.
Exc. cond. 72k miles, $8,000 1993 CAPRICE Classic 5.0
941429-9048 all power, cold ac, low mi,
1999 DeVille, Black, 72k mi., MINT cond. 1 owner
garaged, $8,950, (941)-627- $4995/obo941-234-3038
0900 1996 CORVETTE 56K miles,
0',. 0 ADILLAC good cond. $16,500.
VILVW ygT y E.IV Y 941492-6155
4 S~6K'MI, ,900, 1997 Blazer 112k well maint,
runs great $3900 941-629-
y,-'-.232 .8962 or 813-714-2861
1998 CHEVY MALIBU LS V6
AUTO,AIR,PW,PL 4,800 OBO
CALL 235-0292 WELL MAIN-
TAIN


7040 CHEVROLET 7040 CHEVROLET



2005 CHEVY Cavalier, like
new, full factory warranty,
$10,988. or $199. DN WAC.
Southern Trust 941-766-
10050.

2 7050 CHRYSLER
1998 CHRYSLER SEBRING
Cnvt, Ithr, loaded, white
1999 Malibu V6, only 8k w/gold pkg. 64K miles.
orig. mi., all power, tape, $7,495 (941)-628-8869 dir.
loaded, auto, mint cond. Ask-
ing $7,500, SOLD!!!!! 1998 Concord, 4 Dr., exc.
cond., cruise, cold a/c, P/W,
EP/-, P. Seats. Gold, $5,800,
M1 (941D-255-9775
GOS 1999 CHRYSLER INTREPID
V6, AUTO, PW/PL, TILT, PS
2001 MALIBU LS, V6, MUST SEE. $4,900
48K, CD,'TAPE, LOADED, 941-485-1531, dir
AUTO, MINT! $7,990.
639-1601, Punta Gorda G
2002 CHEVY CAMARO
AUTO, PW/PL, TILT, O ll
LEATHER, LIKE NEW. GORI WlM I
$11,900 2000 300M, 38K MI.,
941-485-1531, dir LOADED, SUNROOF,
IMMACULATE! $12,990.
S639-1601, Punta Gorda
LOO K 2000 CHRYSLER SEBRING
2002 CHEVY Malibu, fully V6, AUTO, LEATHER,
loaded, low miles, sale price PW/PL, TILT, CRUISE.
$8988..or $199. DN WAC. $7,900
Southern Trust 941-766-' 941-485-1531, dir
0050.
2005 CHEVY IMPALA V6 GENE
AUTO, PW/PL, TILT, GO
PWR SEAT, LOW MILES. GORNAN S
$15,900
941-485-1531, dir 2000 LHS LXI, LOW
MILES, SUNROOF,
ADVERTISE WITH THE IMMACULATE! $10,990.
SUN CLASSIFIEDS 639-1601, Punta Gorda


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7050 CHRYSLER 7070 FORD 7085 LEXUS 7090 LINCOLN 7055 DAEWOO 7190 MERCEDES


2000 SEBRING convert white,
loaded, 67k miles, well main-
tained. $7995. (941)-628-
8869 dir
2001 CHRYSLER
SEBRING LXI LOADED
BLUE 43K MI S11800

1-800-259-4232

GENE

GORMAN'S
2001 SEBRING LTD
CONVT., EXTRA CLEAN.
SHARP CAR! $14,900.
639-1601, Punta Gorda

GENE

GORKAN'S
2002 PT CRUISER LTD,
SUNROOF, CHROME
WHEELS, 44K, $11,900.
639-1601, Punta Gorda



GORHlAN'S
2002 SEBRING LTD.
CONVT., 32K, ABSOLUTE-.
LY GORGEOUS! $15,900.
639-1601, Punta Gorda
2005 CHRYSLER PACIFICA
LOW MILES, FULL POWER,
6 CYL, WARRANTY AND
MORE. X1809
941-922-0712, DLR
2005 CHRYSLER PT CV
LOW MILES, FULL POWER
WARRANTY & SO MUCH
MORE. X1811
941-922-0713, DLR
2005 CHRYSLER PT
TOURING LOW MILES, FULL
POWER, ALLOY WHEELS &
SUNROOF. X1748
941-923-9400, DLR
2005 CHRYSLER SEBRING
LTD CONVERT, ONLY 9,019
MILES, CRHOME WHEELS,
LEATHER, AND MORE.
X1825 941-922-1522, DLR

7060 DODGE
1996-Intrepid, V6, 4dr, runs
& looks good, $3500,
941-627-3584
1997 Neon, 2 Dr., 84k mi., Z
racing rims, $800/obo, (941)-
625-2085
2000 DODGE NEON
AUTO, A/C, CD, LOOKS &
RUNS GREAT. $7,900
941-485-1531, dIr

GENE

GORMAN'S
2000 STRATUS ES, 47K
MI., LOADED, LEATHER,
SUNROOF, V6. $8,500.
639-1601, Punta Gorda.
2002 DODGE NEON SXT
CD, ALLOYS, 4DR,
LOW MILES, LIKE NEW.
$10,900
941-485-1531, dir

GENE
GORMAN'S
2003 NEON, X-TRA
CLEAN, LOW MI., 4 CYL.
GAS SAVER! $9,290
639-1601, Punta Gorda
2004 DODGE INTREPID
V6, ALLOYS, PW/PL, TILT,
CRUISE, LIKE NEW.
$13,900
941-485-1531, dir




-2004 NEON gas mileage spe-
cial. Only $9,977. Call (941)-
637-0587
2005 DODGE STRATUS
V6, ALLOYS, PW/PL, TILT,
CRUISE, LOW MILES.
$12,900
941-485-1531, dir

7070 FORD
1965 MUSTANG, Rebuilt
engine & transmission, body
work, new interior. Still needs
some work. Appraised @
$21,000. Must sell! $10,000.
(941)-391-1143
1988 MUSTANG CONVERT-
IBLE, AC, Power windows &
top, new tires, 58K original
miles. $1,400. Call (941)-624-
3836 leave message
1995 Ford Taurus, Loaded,
like new 55K $6,000 obo
(863)-494-7680
1995 Mustang- White Less
than 105K Miles. Runs
GREAT! Figid A/C $3,750 -
Call 429-9660 Leave Mes-
sage
1996 CROWN VIC 137K mi.
2nd owner, needs nothing,
loaded.$2400.941-629-3131
1997 Mustang GT, 85K mi., 5
speed, Lot's of extras.,
$7000. obo, 941-286-7778
1998 FORD Escort, 5 spd.,
115Kmi., white, 2dr. $2500/
obo. (941)-255-1528
1999 Escort ZX2, auto, 6cd,
GREAT ON GAS, orig owner.
Runs good. New h2o
pump/timing belt. $2500/
obo. 627-1676
99 ESCORT SE 4dr, 74k,


mechanic owned, all options,
32MPG. (941)-429-0892




2000 FORD Taurus SE, white,
4dr., clean car, low miles.
$5997. Call (941)-637-0587
2003 Mustang Conv., Pri-
vate owner. 38,000 mi.
$13,900. 941-426-0172


GENE
GORMAN'S
2001 TAURUS SEL,
LEATHER, LOW MI., WARR.
EXTRA CLEAN! $8,900.
639-1601, Punta Gorda

LOOK
2002 FORD Focus, xtra
cleanm hurry won't last at
$8988. or $199. DN WAC.
Southern Trust 941-766-
0050.
2002 FORD FOCUS ZX5
AUTO, ALLOYS, PW/PL,
TILT, CRUISE, LIKE NEW.
$8,900
941-485-1531, dir
2003 FORD FOCUS
WAGON, CD, CRUISE,
PW/PL, LIKE NEW.
$11,900
941-485-1531, dir
2003 MUSTANG-BLUE 50KMI
V6 FULLY LOADED CD/MP3
EXT WARRANTY MUST SELL
$11,500 474-4891
I 2004 FORD MUSTANG
2 DR CPE, A.T. ONLY
16K MILES $14.999 _



.. ..

2004 MUSTANG Convertible,
leather, auto, power equip.
Only $17,977. Call (941)-
637-0587
2005 FORD FOCUS
V6, AUTO, PW/PL, TILT,
CRUISE, CD. $11,900
941-485-1531, dir

LOOK
2005 FORD Taurus, loaded,
like new, sale price $12,988.
or $199. DN WAC: Southern
Trust 941-766-0050.
2005 FORD TAURUS V6
AUTO, PW/PL, TILT,
CRUISE, LOW MILES.
$13,900
941-485-1531, dir
86 Taurus, runs good, needs
some work, $800.obo 941-
8154722




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7080 JEEP

1993 JEEP Grand Cherokee,
85K mi. Good shape, $3500.
*SOLD*
1996 Grand Cherokee Lare-
do, sport utility, 4WD, 6 cyl.,
aujr:. f' W, FI 1 Ji ,Ti
.,er i,:,, j, .:.:.,'i '. 4 '.,.X ,.

1997 JEEP WRANGLER
4" LIFT, NEW TIRES &
TOP, ONLY 63K S9,999



GENE

GORMAN'S
1998 CHEROKEE SPORT,
LOADED, LEATHER, EXTRA
CLEAN! PERFECT! $7,990.
639-1601, Punta Gorda

GENE

GORMAN'S
2002 GR. CHEROKEE LTD,
35K, 4.0 L, LOADED,
PRISTINE COND! $19,990.
639-1601, Punta Gorda



GORMAN'S
2002 GR. CHEROKEE LTD,
35K, 4.0 L, LOADED,
PRISTINE COND! $19,990.
639-1601, Punta Gorda

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2001 LEXUS GS300
CERTIFIED 3 9. ONLY
39K MI BLACK S23.980

1-800-259-4232

2001 LEXUS IS300
WHITE LOADED CERT
PLUS 3.9..- 523,500

1-800-259-4232

2001 LEXUS LS430
CERTIFIED 3.9%'
SILVER S29.980

1-800-259-4232

GENE

GORMAN'S
2001 LS 430, WHITE DIA-
MOND, LOW MILES, SR,
CHROME WHEELS.
PERFECT LOCAL CAR!
$29,900.
639-1601, Punta Gorda
2002 LEXUS ES300
CERTIFIED 3.9%.
38K MILES. 523.980

1-800-259-4232

2002 LEXUS ES300
ONLY 9K MILES CERT
PLUS 3.9% S25,500

1-800-259-4232

2002 LEXUS RX300
CERTIFIED 3.9 o WHITE
$24,900

1-800-259-4232

2002 LEXUS SC430
WHITE CERTIFIED
PLUS 3.9% $44,980

1-800-259-4232

2003 LEXUS ES300
CERTIFIED 3.9%
60 MTHS S27.980

1-800-259-4232

2003 LEXUS RX300
ONLY 22K MILES
CERTIFIED 3.9% $28500

1-800-259-4232

2003 LEXUS RX300
ONLY 22K MILES
CERTIFIED 3.9% $28500

1-800-259-4232
2004 LEXUS GS300
CERTIFIED 3.9% SILVER
$33,900

1-800-259-4232

2004 LEXUS RX330
LOADED BAMBOO PERT
PLUS 3..9% $35,800

1-800-259-4232
2004 LEXUS RX330
V6, AUTO, LOADED,
LEATHER, CD, LIKE NEW.
$31,900
941-485-1531, dir
2005 LEXUS LS430
100 MI, NAV LEVINSON
BLUE TOOTH $56,500

1-800-259-4232

2005 LEXUS LX470
SAND DOLLAR
3K MILES S58.980

1-800-259-4232

2005 LEXUS RX330
BLACK 11K MILES
$35,980

1-800-259-4232

LEXUS CERTIFIED
PRE-OWNED
3.99o UP TO 60
MONTHS 3 YR'100,000
MILE WARRANTY CAN
BE EXTENDED TO 5
YR/100.000 MILES
CALL TODAY!

1-800-259-4232

7090 LINCOLN

1993 Town Car Presidential
SSeries, V8, cold A/C, triple
white, beautiful!! 1st $2,950
941-423-1485 dhr.


GENE

GORdAN'S
2000 TOWNCAR CARTIER
LOW MILES, S-ROOF,
GORGEOUS! $14,900.
639-1601, Punta Gorda
2002 LINCOLN LS
LOADED
ONLY 33K MI $19,900

1-800-259-4232
2002 TOWN CAR LOADED
ONLY 30K MILES
$16,800

1-800-259-4232

7100 MERCURY

1995 Cougar, V8, Auto,
Loaded, Leather, Low Miles,
Light Gree, $2,895. PRO-
POWER AUTO SALES (941)
629-5730 or (941) 628-1203
Dealer
1997 Grand Marquis, 75k mi.,
runs great, $4700, (941)-743-
5659

GENE

GORMAN'S
1999 COUGAR, LOADED,
AUTO, V-6, SPORTY!
GAS SAVER! $8,490.
639-1601, Punta Gorda

GENE

GORIMAN'S
1999 SABLE DURATEC V6
LS WGN, LTHR, LOW MI.,
LOAD IT UP & GO! $8,990.
639-1601, Punta Gorda
2001 GRAND MARQUIS
AUTO, AIR, ALL POWER,
TILT, CRUISE. $8,990
Cramer Toyota 484-9000

GENE

GORNAN'S
2002 SABLE LS PREMIUM,
LEATHER, AUTO, LOW MI.,
IMMACULATE! $9,600.
639-1601, Punta Gorda
2004 MERCURY GRAND
MARQUIS V6, AUTO,
PW/PL, PWR SEAT, CD,
LIKE NEW. $15,900
941-485-1531, dIr

7110 OLDSMOBILE
1994 cUTLASS sUPREME
cONVERTIBLE RUNS & LOOKS
GREAT $3499. cALL (863)-
494-2100
1998 ACHIEVE, P/L, P/W,
exc. shape, V6, 55K mi.
$3800/ obo. SOLD!!!

7120 PLYMOUTH
1995 PLYMOUTH Acclaim,
one owner! 39,580 orig. mi.,
ice cold A/C, runs & looks
good. $1995. (941)-637-
1933 dir.

7130 PONTIAC
1980 TRANS AM, almost com-
pletely restored. $3000.
(941)-624-3563
1990 Firebird, ex. condition,
,V-6, auto, stereo,
$2,800.obo 429-2647
1996 Bonneville SE, Fla Car,

Cold A/C, P/Seat, Clean Int,
Lady Owned, N/S $4900.
941-743-8415
2000 GRAND AM 4 dr,
pw/pl, cold A/C,CD 90K Mi.
New tires. Runs Great.
$4000obo. 941-625-8192
(941)-?n4-5044

2004 PONTIAC GRAND AM
AUTO. PWPL, TILT, CD,
LOW MILES. $12,900
941-485-1531. dlr

7135 SATURN


2000 DAEWOO NUBIRA
AUTO, AIR, ONLY 42K MI
$3,790
Cramer Toyota 484-9000

7160 HONDA

1996 ACCORD EX, 4 dr, all
power, sun roof, new tires &
battery, recent compl. tune up
75K, $6000. (941) 505-8605
1996 HONDA Del-Sol, Perfect,
74K mi., Auto $5,700. 941-
623-0125/276-4919
1998 Accord EX Sedan,
Loaded, Vtec, Bodykit, 17"
Rims, Custom Wing, Tail
Lights, Sunroof,Duel Exhaust
$6000 080 941-235-7491
2004 HONDA INSIGHT
OVER 60MPG, A.'T,
S ONLY 14K S17.999


2005 HONDA S2000
ONLY 14K MILES,
SAVE $S S29,999



7163 HYUNDAI

1998 ACCENT, 80K mi., great
cond. New tires. Call Joe @
941- 286-8086.


2001 TIBERON, pw/pl, 'sun-
roof, spoiler, C/D, tilt, cruise,
leather, warranty, 60K,
$6500. Call 941-628-8974

GENE
GORMAN'S
2002 ACCENT 4DR. GL,
LOADED, AUTO, CD, LOW
MI., GAS SAVER! $6,900.
639-1601, Punta Gorda
2002 HYUNDAI XG350 V6,
AUTO, LEATHER, PW/PL,
TILT, CRUISE. $11,900
941-485-1531, dir



2003 HYUNDAI Sonata, fully
loaded, sale price $11,988.
or $199. DN WAC. Southern
Trust 941-766-0050.
2004 HYUNDAI ELANTRA
AUTO, PW/PL, TILT,
CRUISE, LIKE NEW.
$11,900
941-485-1531, dir
2004 HYUNDAI SONATA
V6, ALLOYS, AUTO,
PW/PL, LIKE NEW.
$14,900
941-485-1531, dir
2004 HYUNDAI TIBURON
LOADED, ADULT DRIVEN
10K MI $14,980

I-800oo-2s59-432

7177 KIA
1997 KIA SEPHIA AUTO
4DR, CASS, LOOKS &
RUNS GREAT. $4,900
941-485-1531, dir
2001 SEPHIA Sporty, 5 spd.,
56k miles, gas saver! $3695.
(941)-628-8869 dir.
2003 RIO CINCO S/W, Blue,
only 37k, 1 owner, transferable
warr. $5,900 941-423-1485 dr.



2004 KIA RIO, low miles, like
new, great gas mileage.
$8988. or $199. DN WAC.
Southern Trust 941-766-
0050.

7180 MAZDA



1987 RX-7, Gen 2, built 13B


rotary, 5-speed, 17/ mags,
$2850 obo. Call 941-627-
3111 dlr
1997 Mazda626, 129K m.


2000 Saturn LS2 4dr, auto, LOOKs good, needs engine
leather,cd,tape. All Power. work, reg. maintained $1500
$8,000 OBO 743-9776 OBO Call 941-697-9264
2000 SATURN LW2 1998 626LX Auto,AC,PW,PL,
WAGON AUTO, AIR, CD,PwrMoonrf; 80K miles.
6 CYL, CLEAN $5990 Looks/drives great. New
Cramer Toyota 484-9000 tires. MUST SELL NOW!
NADA$5200.Asking $4200.
G57 239-340-4517 or 941-743-

GORMA S 1999 MAZDA MATA
RACING GREEN, ONLY
2000 SL2, LOW MILES, 37K MILES. $9.995
AUTO, EXTRA CLEAN! .7K MILES. 9.9
GREAT ON GAS! $7,990. 7711. r '' *F '
639-1601, Punta Gorda 1-800-259-4232


"oi 4, 1993 TOWNCAR Silver, new USED SATURNS
2003 JEEP Lierty 4x4, auto, tires, Sony stereo, GreatSALES, SERVICE &
2003 JEEPkg.. e O .167auto' cond. $2750/obo SALES, SERVICE &
pwr. pkg.. Only.$16,977. Call 941-966-8913 PARTS
(941)-637-0587 PRO-POWER
1997 CONTINENTAL AUTO SALES
7085 LEXUS LOADED, LEATHER, HIDDEN IND. PARK
PW/PL, TILT, CRUISE (941) 629-5730
$6,900 (941) 628-1203-
1993 LEXUS SC400 941-485-1531, dr ****************
BLACK SUPER CLEAN 1997 LINCOLN Signature '95 SL1 4dr., Auto., Air
S12.980 Series Premium, low mileage, Silver--------.......$1695
I 'iiit $11,000/obo. 941-626-6839 98 SL1, 5 Speed, Air,
$-80/-bo94-46-8 3 Stereo, Green-..........$1995
1-800-259-4232 2000 Continental, Loaded, '99 SL, 5 Speed, Air,
2000 LEXUS ES300 Vinyl Roof, 38K, Ex Cond. Blue $2795
CERTIFIED 3.9 ONLY 941-235-1810 after 2PM '97 SC2 Coupe, Auto, Air,
CTI3%NBlue $3295
42K MILES $16,500 2000 LINCOLN LS '98 SL2, 4 Dr., Auto, Air,
I'w/I4'if"gl-.l..iID'41i WHITE ONLY 47K MILES Gold $3295
1-800-259-4232 S12,800 '98 SC2 Coupe, Auto; Air,
rEi17'MiLit- .M.r',- i Stereo, Leather, 76K mi.,
2000 LEXUS RX300 1-800-259-4232 Green ............... ...... $3495
WHITE 64K MILES '99 SL2, Auto, Air, Stereo
519,980 2000 LINCOLN LS White......................$3795
IY.)'tf fitgT-.i. T'. WHITE ONLY 47K MILES '01 SL2, 4 Dr, Auto, All
1-800-259-4232 S12,800 Power, Leather, 60k Miles,
Brown-.....................-$6495
2000 LEXUS RX300 1-800-259-4232
WHITE, CERTIFIED 7145 ACURA
$22,980 2000 LS Automatic, V8,
1 .', Loaded, Grey paint, grey 1996 Integra Clean, Sun
leather, 68k miles, $12,000 Roof, New tires, 78K Miles,
1-800-259-4232 941-697-0765 941-875-5050


GENE

GORMAN'S
2002 MIATA MX5 SE
CONVT., LTHR, 5SPD, 21K.
SWEET! $16,990.
639-1601, Punta Gorda
2003 MAZDA PROTEGE
CD, ALLOYS, PW/PL, TILT,
LOW. MILES. $9,900
941-485-1531, dir

7190 MERCEDES

1983 MERCEDES 380SL
,BEIGE, 2 TOPS,
CLEAN. $6,995

1-800-259-4232

1983 MERCEDES 380SL
-:VWiELL MAINTAINED'
.ar'n/saddle $9,980:-'

.1-800-2594232
1989 420 SEL, 4 Dr., sun-
roof, leather. 132 mi.
$3,500/obo,(941)740-
0787


1989 MERCEDES 190E,
2.6, 6 cyl, $3400
941-484-6689
2000 MERCEDES ML320
BLACK LOADED
S18,800

1-800-259-4232

2001 MERCEDES C320
BLACK 48K MILES
S25,800

1-800-259-4232

2002 MERCEDES C320
LOADED ONLY
12K MILES S22,900

1-800-259-4232

2003 MERCEDES
CLK430 Cabriolet silver
over ash, 16k S45.980

1-800-259-4232

2003 MERCEDES E320
SILVER OVER CREAM
17K MI S36,980

1-800-259-4232

2003 MERCEDES ML350
WHITE, LOADED, 17K MI
$26,800

1-800-259-4232

2004 MERCEDES
CLK320 SILVER
LOADED. $33,900

1-800-259-4232

2005 MERCEDES C230
WHITE, 3K MILES
$26.980

1-800-259-4232

7195 MITSUBISHI

1994 MITSUBISHI EXPO
WAGON- AUTO, AIR,
ALL POWER. $3,590
Cramer Toyota 484-9000
1996 Spider Eclipse convert-
ible GS, 5 speed, Monarch
Green Pearl, garaged, exc.
cond. 64k mi., fast, great on
gas, power everything,
$7,500/obo, (941)-624-3233
2000 Eclipse GT 5 spd., V6,
black, exc. cond. sun roof,
PW/PL, factory air, stereo, car
fax report shown, 2nd owner,
$11,000. 627-6776



GORMAN'S
2000 ECLIPSE RS, CD,
LOADED, LOW MILES,
AUTO, SPORTY! $8,900.
639-1601, Punta Gorda



GORMAN'S
2001 GALANT, EXTRA
CLEAN, LOW MILES.
-PERFECT! $9,990.
639-1601, Punta Gorda
2002 MITSUBISHI GALANT
AUTO, 4DR, PW/PL, TILT,
CRUISE, LIKE NEW. $7,900
941-485-1531, dir


20032 SPYDER ECLIPSE
AUTO, LEATHER ALL/TOYS,
ONLY 25K MNEW. $15,999


2003 MITSUBISHI ECLIPSE
AUTO, PW/PL, ALLOYS,
TILT, LIKE NEW. $13,900

2004 MITSUBISHI ECLIPSE
SPYDER- AUTO, PW/PL,
TILT, CRUISE, LOW MILES
$18,900
941-485-1531, dir


7200 NISSAN

1992 NISSAN Sentra XE, only
87,250 miles! Ice cold A/C,
super clean, looks and runs
good! $2250. (941)-637-
1933 dIr.
1995 NISSAN MAXIMA
V6, LEATHER, PW/PL, TILT,
CRUISE, MUST SEE
$4,900
941-485-1531, dir
1999 NISSAN ALTIMA
AUTO, PW/PL, TILT, LOOKS
& RUNS GREAT. $8,900
941-485-1531, dir
2000 NISSAN ALTIMA
AUTO, ALLOYS, PW/PL,
TILT, CRUISE, LIKE NEW
$7,900
941-485-1531, dir
2002 NISSAN ALTIMA
AUTO, ALLOYS, PW/PL,
CD, CRUISE, LIKE NEW
$13,900
941-485-1531, dir
2002 NISSAN MAXIMA
LOADED SILVER
$18,500

-1-800-259-4232
2004 Sentra, 1..8S, 4'cyc, 5
sp, cruise, pw wind & locks,
23,900 mi., exc. cond.
$10,000 (941)-423-4083
2005 NISSAN ALTIMA
AUTO, PW/PL, CD, TILT,
CRUISE, LOW MILES.
$17,900
941-485-1531, dir

7205 SPORTS CARS

2003,PORSCHE 911 C4
SCabriolet LOADED
15K MI $68,980

1-800-259-423j


7205 SPORTS CARS

'05 PORSCHE CAYENNE
ONLY 600 MI. LOADED,
SILVER S95K


7252 BUDGET BUYS
1977 PINTO WAGON, Runs
strong! $600. (941)-286-0003


LIST ON SALE 584.980 1983 MUSTANG convert V6,
i.,i4*ir4=i-itiji~-,,-4.. i- auto, PW, 68k mi, needs
work, $1200. obo. 639-4136
1-800-259-4232
1984 SEDAN DEVILLE 14k
miles on engine, air works,
7210 TOYOTA Body in good shape. 1st
$1500 takes it. 941-716-
1991 Corolla, good traosporta- 7068
tion, new tires, needs minor
work, $750 (941)-497-1288 1987 ACCORD, runs but
needs carb work, looks good,
1993 COROLLA WAGON Low $650 obo (941)-815-3573
miles, Runs Great. $2500
941-484-6689 1987 BUICK CENTURY S/W V6,
A/C, loaded, low miles,
1995 CAMRY, 58k mi., Excel- $1,450 941-423-1485d c.
lent Condition! $5,500. (941)-
629-8326 or 769-0045 1987 TOYOTA COROLLA
FX16 GTS, newly rebuilt, JDM
1997 Camry LE moonroof, Hi Comp. engine, runs great!
spoiler, premium sound, Needs some interior TLC,
48,700 mi., 1 owner, nice car $1,000 obo, (941)-456-9667
$6,400,0OYA SOLO1988 Chrysler New Yorker,
2000 TOYOTA SOLARA Ex cond. $2500/obo
AUTO, CD, ALLOYS, 941-626-0649
PW/PL, TILT, MUST SEE.
$10,900 1989 Acura Integra, police
941-485-1531, dir impound! $350! For listings,
800-749-8116 ext. C862
GENE 1989 CHEVY Cavalier, auto,
E cold air, clean in & out, runs
GO M ANi1S good. $1250. 941-286-1616
1989 CHRYSLER LEBARON
2001 CAMRY CE, 39K, Convertible, 90K miles. Cold
MI., X-TRA CLEAN! VERY air $695.941-266-8565 or
ECONOMICAL! $11,990. 941-276-8429
639-1601, Punta Gorda
1989 LINCOLN Towncar, 4 dr,
2003 CAMRY XLE grey, V8, loaded, cold A/C, exc.
LOADED, WHITE cond., $1,250 941-423-1485ci
22K MI $14,980 1989 Lincoln Towncar 86k
','r"'T'1.1.,f J7M, orig. miles, Runs Great. Only
1-800-259-4232 $1000/obo 941-429-5973
2003 PRIUS HYBRID 1991 CHEVY VAN, good work
50 MPG, AUTO, AIR, ALL van, ladder rack, runs & drives
PWR MOONROOF $18,990 good. $650. Call 941-613-
Cramer Toyota 484-9000 2
-2003 TOYOTA CAMRY 1991 Pontiac Sunbird, clean,
AUTO, PW/PL, TILT, runs perfect, 57 k orig. mi,
CRUISE, LIKE NEW. $2,200/neg. SOLDT..
$14,900 1992 FORD TAURUS WAGON
941-485-1531, dir LOOKS & RUNS GOOD.
2004 TOYOTA COROLLA $495. 9414450654
PW/PL, AUTO, CD, r ,
LIKE NEW, LOW MILE S.
$13,900 1993 Escort, 107k mi., runs
941-485-1531, dir very well, $1,000, (941)-286-
2005 SCION XA 3812
AUTO, A/C, AND ONLY 1994 CHEVY BLAZER,
1665 MILES!! 5867A NEEDS WORK $1000 OBO.
941-923-9500, DLR 941-623-3284
1995 FORD TAURUS, Special
7220 VOLKSWAGEN ED, 4dr, all pwr, white, cold
a/c, $1500 (941)-625-7012
1997 VW JETTA
V6, PW/PL, TILT, CRUISE 1996 NISS 200SX SER-90k
MUST SEE. $5,900 mi-eng 40k mi- new tires- runs
941-485-1531, dIr great- $2900 OBO call 539-
1064
VW SANDRAIL PROJECT, Has


most parts to complete.
$500. obo 941-815-1224
2003 VOLKSWAGON
JETTA LOADED.
$17,900

1-800-259-4232

2003 VOLKSWAGON
PASSAT LOADED
16K MILES $20,900

1-800-259-4232
2004 JETTA GLS, Grey color,
Mint cond. 5 spd, 11,900mi,
CD/tape/audio, mirrored tint,
$11,995/obo 941-626-3531
or 941-240-5754


7230 VOLVO
1998 VOLVO S90, sun roof,
62K, exc. cond. 1 owner,
$9,950/obo. (863)-494-7252

7240 MISC. IMPORTS
1980 Fiat Spider convertible
5 speed, great shape,
$2,300, (941):629-5816
1999 SUZUKI GR VITARA
4X4, PW/PL, TILT, CRUISE,
MUST SEE. $5,900
941-485-1531, dir
2004 SUZUKI GR VITARA
XL- V6, AUTO, PW/PL,
ALLOYS,.CD, LOW MILES
-$17,900
941-485-1531, dir




2004 SUZUKI Verona EX,
loaded, leather, sunroof,
14,000 miles. Only $14,977.
Call (941)-637-0587

7250 ANTIQUES/
COLLECTIBLES
1946 Chevy Stylemaster, 305
eng, body dipped, best offer
over $5000 941-628-8565
1956 F100 Project Rod, lots.
of extras, BEST OFFER!!!
(941)-484-4676
1957 Chevy Belair, 4 dr, original
older restoration, exc. cond.
accessories $18,000 (941)-
426-3838 or (941)468-2849.
*1961 Buick LaSabre, Blue,
V8 364 Original, Radio, Eng,
Trans. $2500. 941-623-2281
1965 CHEVY Impala SS, like
new, A/C, V8, runs perfect,
$14,200. (786) 306-6335.
1977 Chevrolet Nova, 305 V8,
headers, cold A/C, new brakes,
$3,500 (941-697-7642
1979 OLDS REGENCY 32K
MILES ALL ORIGINAL GOOD
LOOKER AND RUNNER NO
WORK NEEDED $8,000.00
HM:(863) 491-8964
WK:(941) 491-8964
EM: buyit@sunline.net
1985 AMC Eagle Wagon, 4x4,
70K orig. mi., cold a/c, 'extra
clean, $1695. 941-266-8565
or 941-276-8429

7252 BUDGET BUYS
1973 Chevy 1 Ton Step Van.
22', V8, auto, P/S, P/B, runs
good, $2,000. 941-629-9335


(g)SCANLON



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Lexus Certified
Pre-Owned Vehicles

01 LEXUS ES 300 $22,000
Leather, Sunroof, CID. Certified, 41,000 Miles St#5Y279A
08 LEXUS LS 400 1 1 $22,900
Leather, Sunroof, CID, Only 49,000 Miles, St#5R313B .....
90 LEXUS LS 400
Sunroof, 61), Only 40,000 Miles ....................................... s2 4 19 0 0
02 LEXUS ES 300 $27,035
White, Ivory Leather, Certified, Only 10,000 Miles .................

02 LEXUS RX 300 $28,000
Coach Edition, Certified, Only 36,000 Miles, StAT026B.
04 LEXUS IS 300 120,080
Navigation, Leather, Sunroof, Certified ............................
02 LEXUS LS 430 $30,834
sunroof CD, Certified Stk#51223A ....................................
02 LEXUS GS 430 130,000
V-8 Loaded, Certified St#5PL057 .....................................

04 LEXUS RX 330 18,880
Breakwater Blue, Sunroof, CD, Certified, StAR423A .....

02 LEXUS SC 430 140,900
Black, Navigation, Certified, Only 25,000 Miles ................

04 LEXOS LS 430 $52F8 00
Ultra Luxury Pkg, Certified, Stk#56275A .........................



01 BUICK CENTURY $101880
Full Power, Only 34,000 Miles ..........................................

00 CHRYSLER SEBRING.CONV. JXI ............... $12,800
Leather, CD, Only 58 Miles ................................

00 CADILLAC DEVILLE 3181880
Leather, Vinyl Roof, Only 46,000 Miles .............................
00 CADILLAC SEVILLE STS 119,990
Black, Black Leather, Sunroof, Navigation, 30,000 Miles.

03 JEEP LIBERTY LIMITED 4X4 $20,900
Leather, Sunroof, CD, 15,000 Miles ..............................

04 MERCURY MOUNTAINEER .................. $24,000
Full Power, CD, 3rd Seat, 11,000 Miles ...........

02 TOYOTA SEQUOIA SH5 124,800
Leather, Sunroof, CID ................................ ......................
04 MERCEDES, C230 SPORT ................ 128,080
Sunroof, CD, Only 13, 000 Miles ......................
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7252 BUDGET BUYS
1997 MERGUY MYSTIQUE, 4
cyc, 4 dr, auto, cold A/C, full
pw, great gas mileage!
$1,500 941-423-1485 cdr.
$500! Police impounds!
Cars from $500! For Listings
Call 1-800-749-8116
ext 2888.
'DONATED CARS
FOR SALE

ALL VEHICLES
THOROUGHLY SAFETY
CHECKED

L984 Buick LeSabre Ltd.
ldr .. IT r.,:h-r.I.: S ,1 1 ver

1994 Nissan Sentra SE
-jr 1cI uI .: old .ir
..ded,- .' equip 1 ,-'J mi

1994 Dodge Intrepid SE
.r '.;. n- l aded.

1995 Mazda 626 LX 4.dr,
I o e own. ,i- i C-ded
r.. .uir e, : :,r ':,- 900
1996 Pontiac Bonneville
SE 4-dr E w:orr.,m V.
lI.,-.3 '].'- i i- ludi i- sunri )l,.
le rn,,- rL' 1c .,la' _r, e. ,:
c'-'nd] I'; i ,, almo-jI re.v


ALL REASONABLE
OFFERS CONSIDERED

Charlotte County
Habitat For Humanity
Dick Fields
Cell 941-740-4043

7260 AUTOS WANTED


.\LL A-(.TOS
It'ANTED
TOP $S PAID
941-626-9120
JUNK CARS REMOVED.
FREE! RUNNING OR NOT.
CASH POSSIBLE!
CALL (941) 276-8826
(941)-286-3122
TOP CASH
$sss$$$ss$$$$$
FOR CARS &
TRUCKS
DEAD OR ALIVE
485-7515

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Fridav Iilv 1 7005


7260 AUTOS WANTED


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
^ t; T- 7-7


IZU7 VANS
Junk & Abandoned
VEHICLES REMOVED!!!! 1987 Chevy G20 Conversion
COULD BE WORTH $$$$ Van rebuilt trans, will tow any-
697-7222 OR 475-9007 thing! $1,800 (941)-697-4752
AAAA 1990 FORD ECONOLINE CON-
FREE Vehicle Removal & VERSION, New tires, brakes &
Possible $$$ radiator. Runs good. $2000.
Call 628-0557'(24/7) obo (941)-286-4289
M.S.B. RECYCLING 1993 FORD E150, 92K NEW:
Free Vehicle Removal Brakes, rad, u-joints, muffler.
Plus $25. & Up $3000/obo. 941-493-6955
941-575-4008 ,
1995 DODGE CARAVAN, tint-
CASH POSSIBLE for your ed windows, runs good,
vehicle! Fast Removal! $1500 obo. 941-625-3389
Call (941)-286-4599
1995 DODGE
FAST, FREE, REMOVAL of ALL CONVERSION V6, AUTO,
vehicles running or not. Cash PW/PL, TILT, CRUISE,
possible. Guaranteed fastest MUST SEE. $6,900
service 24/7. 941-875-0300 941-485-1531, dir
or (941)-627-3776
1995 Ford Windstar, good
7270 AUTO PARTS/ engine, runs good, $1,500 obo
ACCESSORIES (941-697-6750 or 268-6997
1995 PLYMOUTH voyager,
12 Chilton's auto repair manu- only 82,945 miles, ice cold
als. $65 for all. 941-475- A/C, new paint, runs good,
2121 looks sharp! $2750. (941)-
637-1933 dir.
1991 Mercury Grand Marquis,6371933 dIr.
very good cond., mtrblown. 1996 FORD WINDSTAR, 134k
$300 OBO (941)-474-5130 mi., Good AC, V6 3.8, Exc.
Cond $3,500. 941-764-0248
20" RIMS & TIRES, Boss
Motorsports, fits any 6 lug, 6 1997 CHRYSLER T&C
spoke, like new, $1250. 941- V6, LEATHER, PW/PL, TILT,
815-6149 or 941-624-5839 CRUISE, MUST SEE.
$4,900
(4) 6-bolt Alloy rims and tires 941-485-1531, dir
off 2004 Chevy Avalanche,
$200obo 941-815-8550 1997 Dodge Caravan Sport,
all extras, great family car,
Alpine AM/FM, CD reciever, runs great, 74k mi., $5,700,
removeable face + remote (941)-766-7239
control, + Alpine 6 CD chang-
er/cables & books, exc. cond. 1998 ASTRO VAN, white, very
$400. 941-855-1167 clean, minor front end dam-
age, with parts van $1400.
ALUM. ladder rack, $300. Dia- (941)-276-9204
mond Plate tool box, $150. 1998 DODG CARAVAN
Fits Dakota. (941-815-1712 18 DODGE C N
AUTO, A/C, CD, LOOKS &
Engine hoist, 2 Ton w/ 8 Ton RUNS GREAT. $5,900
cyl. Exc. cond $150; Engine 941-485-1531, dir
stand, 1250 lbs. $50. (941)- 1998 Dodge Caravan, auto,
575-2778 after 5:30pm cold A/C, 6 pass, new tires,
GPS Street Pilot, 3 yrs old, very good cond. $4,450 obo
$150. (941)-624-2010. (941)-468-1489


2IOOS06 JELEP

WRANGLER
tbh


4 WHEEL a
DRIVE!

ALSO AVAILABLE ON LIMITED


o ,000lo


97 JEEP GR. CHEROKEE LTD
72K Miles,
Auto, Leather, $5,995
Loaded, Air..................
95 JEEP WRANGLER
New Tires,
4x4, $
Excellent Condition.... 5,995
98 JEEP CLASSIC CHEROKEE
Auto,
Air,*6 995
Great Condition..........6,99
99 SATURN SL2
Auto, Air, Tilt Cruise,
Power Windows $ A
& Locks, Moonroof.....6,995
01 NISSAN SENTRA XE
Auto,


Air, $7 995
Great Condition.......... 9
8508925 All prices plu


7270 AUTO PARTS/
ACCESSORIES
TOW BAR- DRAWTITE
3000 universal base plate,
$150. (941-497-3866
TRUCK TOP, Fits 8' bed,
brown in color, 2 side win-
dows. Great shape! $200.
941-697-0901
7280 AUTO SERVICE
& REPAIR
AUTOMATIC
TRANSMISSIONS
Are you looking for used or
rebuilt? Over 35 yrs. exp. Call
A & S TRANSMISSIONS. 743-
4411 or 1-877-355-6802
"mft i ft k1


GENE
GORMAN'S
2000 CHRYL. VOYAGER,
LOW MI., XTRA CLEAN!
1 OWNER! $10,990.
639-1601, Punta Gorda
2000 DODGE GR CARAVAN
V6, REAR A/C, PW/PL,
TILT, CRUISE, MUST SEE.
$9,900
941-485-1531, dir
2001 CHEVY VENTURE
AUTO, PW/PL, TILT, A/C,
CASS, MUST SEE. $8900
941-485-1531, dir

GENE
GORBAN'S
2001 CHRYSLER T & C
LTD, ALL PWR. ABSOLUTE-
LY GORGEOUS! $14,900.
639-1601, Punta Gorda
2001 FORD Windstar SEL
VCR system, Ithr, power
everything, extra clean,
$9,800. 239-595-2176.
Agent


97 HONDA ACCORD
Leather, Sunroof,
Full Power, CD, $7 9995
Alloys, Extra Clean.....
01 HONDA CIVIC LX
Auto, Air, Power
Windows & Locks, $Q 9
White, Nice Car........... ,995
03 CHEVY MONTE CARLO
Auto, Air
Leather, $4 4 i 0 1e


Sunroof.................. 1
02 CHEVY SILVERADO
Auto, Air,
Regular Cab, $1 1995
Nice Work Truck!...99
02 CHRYSLER SEBRING CONV.
V6, Auto, Leather,
Full Power, $ 3,99
CD, Alloys.............. 131995


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7290 VANS


7300 TRUCKS/
PICK-UPS


7290 VANS
1998 DODGE GR CARAVAN
Quad seats, rear AC, New
tires & brakes, 93k, Extra
clean. $5,500 941-474-2591

GENE
GORMAN'S
1998 DODGE GR.
CARAVAN ES, LOADED, 7
PSGR. REAR AIR. $8,290.
639-1601, Punta Gorda
1998 FORD ECONOLINE, Hi
tops, conversion van, dual
A/C, TV, VCR, V8, loaded, 99K
miles, $5500 obo. Call 941-
627-3336
1998 FORD WINDSTAR 65k
mi, new tires, brakes & bat-
tery, all power, 1-owner.
$4495. 941-320-2310
1998 FORD WINDSTAR
AUTO, PW/PL, TILT,
CRUISE, MUST SEE.
$3,900
941-485-1531, dir

GENE
GORBAN'S
1999 CHEVY ASTRO
CONV., LOADED, REAR
AIR, 32K MI!, $10,500.
639-1601, Punta Gorda
1999 Ford E350 Cargo,Work
Van. Solid reliable.5.41 gas
50k on new motor. 5k on new
front end and brakes. AC cool
198k mi $4000 or bo 941-
380-1974


2L U.3 MII aadldll, iUoaUC leIWe
new, save thousands
$13,988. or $199.-DN WAC.
Southern Trust 941-766-
0050.
2003 HONDA ODYSSEY
V6, AUTO, PW/PL,
LOADED, LIKE NEW.
$18,900.
941-485-1531, dir
2004 CHRYSLER PACIFICA
LOW MILES, FULL POWER,
ALUM. WHEELS, 6 PASS,
AND MORE. X1837
941-922-0712, DLR
2004 NISSAN QUEST, sun
roof, DVD/TV, Ithr. Must Sell!
$21,900/obo.941-815-7344
2005 CHRYSLER TOURING
LEATHER, FULL POWER,
DVD SYS, WARR, AND
MORE. X1828
941-922-1521, DLR
2005 DODGE GR CARAVAN
SXT LOW MILES, POWER
DOORS, ALUM. WHEELS
AND MORE. X1821
941-922-0714, DLR
2005 DODGE GR CARAVAN
V6, LOADED, LOW MILES,
4 TO CHOOSE FROM
STARTING AT $16,900
941-485-1531, dir"

LOQQOK
2005 DODGE Grand Caravan,
fully loaded, sale price
$14,988. or $199. DN WAC.
Southern Trust 941-766-
.0050.

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* All Diesels


* All Dumps


* All Boxes


* All Pickups

Largest
Selection in
Southwest FL

N. Ft. Myers
239- 995-8785
866-995-8785
1983 CHEVY EL CAMINO,
70K mi. Unique Factory 350
diesel. $5,300. Excellent Con-
dition. (941)-833-8904 or
(9411-916-5695
I NEED CASH?


7300 TRUCKS/
PICK-UPS

1979 1-Ton Duly 454,
4 Speed, A/C- TX Rust
Free Truck runs Great!
$4800.
941-629-5754 815-7428


02 JEEP LIBERTY LTD
Leather, Moonroof,
Loaded, Auto, $4 3 99
CD, Roof Rack....... I 1 9
03 FORD EXPLORER SPORT TRAC XLS
4 Door, Auto, Air,,
Bedliner, $4
Towing Pkg............ 6,995
01 ACURATL
V6, Auto, Full Power,
Leather, Moonroof,$ A
Alloys 16995
03 CHEVY TRAILBLAZER EXT.4X4
Leather, Premium Sound w/CD, Full
Power, Roof Rack, $. 8 995
Running Boards... T j w
01 MERCEDES BENZ ML320
40K Miles,
Beautiful Car, $2 995
A MUST SEE ......... 1 99


7300TRUCKS/
PICK-UPS
1997 Ford F-150 XLT, Ext.
Cab, V8, Auto, White, $7,500.
PRO-POWER AUTO SALES
(941) 629-5730 or (941)
628-1203 Dealer


GENE
GORMIAN'S
2001 FORD WINDSTAR, 7
PSGR. DUAL DRS., REAR "'i, -.a .--- .
AlI. SPOTLESS! $9,990. PUT A
639-1601, Punta Gorda PICTURE
2002 DODGE CARAVAN SE OF YOUR
FULL POWER, LOW MILES,
WARRANTY AND MORE. TRUCK/SUV
X1758 941-922-0711, DLR IN YOUR
2002 DODGE CLASSIFIED AD
CONVERSION V8, AUTO,
PW/PL, HITOP, VIDEO SYS. CALL FOR DETAILS
12,900 CALL FOR DETAILS!
941-485-1531, dir
Venice & North Port
2002 MERCURY VILLAGER Call 941-207-1200
AUTO, PW/PL, TILT, CD
MUST SEE. $8900 Englewood Areas
941-485-1531, dir Call 941-475-2200
2003 DODGE Grand Caravan
Sport, fully loaded, 39K mi. Pt. Charlotte Areas
$15,900. (941)-575-0325 Call 941-206-1200


90 nr TRUCKS DIRECT


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5 STAR _
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RATING! -


2001 DODGE DAKOTA SLT,
quad cab, power pkg. Only
$15,900. (941)-637-0587

GENE
GORMAN'S
2001 FORD F150 XLT
CREW CAB, LOADED,
LOW MI., V8, $17,990.
639-1601, Punta Gorda
2001TOYOTA TUNDRA
X-CAB VERY NICE
$15,999


2002 CHEVY S10LS, 4 cyl,
exc. cond. Runs great, a/c
$700. (941)-624-3399 or
661-3399
2002 Chevy Silverado 2500,
ext. cab, sliding bed enclo-
sure, 4X4, 27k mi., cold a/c,
cruise, .P/W, P/L, P. Seats,
CD, new Michelin tires, ext.
warranty, $2,000 tire
allowance, $24,900, (941)-
255-9775
2002 CHEW SILVERADO
4X4 Z71, PW/PL, TILT,
CRUISE, CD. $19,900
941-485-1531, dir
2002 DODGE DAKOTA
CREW CAB LOADED
RED 30K -MILES $15980

1-800-259-4232
2002 DODGE DURANGO
SLT 3RD SEAT, V8, AIR,
ALL POWER. $12,990
Cramer Toyota 484-9000
2002 DODGE RAM 1500
V8, AUTO, QUAD, PW/PL,
TILT, MUST SEE. $13,900.
941-485-1531, dir
2002 DODGE RAM 2500
4X4, AUTO, PW/PL, CD,
CRUISE, LIKE NEW.
$18,900
941-485-1531, dir
2002 FORD RANGER XL,
White, V-6, auto, 70K miles, 1
owner! Only $6,995. (941)-
628-8869 dir.
2002 TOYOTA TACOMA
DBL CAB, V6, AUTO, AIR,
ALL POWER. $15,990
Cramer Toyota 484-9000
2002 TOYOTA TACOMA
6R5 A,', X-CAB, ONLY
23K MI $15.999


2003 CHEV S-10
CRUISE, TILT, LINER, CASS,
A/C, MUST SEE. $9,900
941-485-1531, dir
2003 CHEVY S-10,
V6, AUTO, A/C,ALLOYS,
PW/PL. $13,900
941-485-1531, dir
2003 CHEVY Silverado Crew
Cab, ONLY 5K mi. Many
extras, call for details.
$26,700. (941-575-2684
2003 CHEW SILVERADO
V8, X-CAB, LEATHER,
AUTO, LOADED, LIKE NEW.
$21,900
941-485-1531, dir


1997 FORD F150 REG
1987 DODGE P/U 10k miles CAB, A/T, NICE TRUCK
on rebuilt eng, all new ONLY 86K 56.999
parts/paint, longbed w/cap.
$3500/obo. (941)-473-2461 -
1997 FORD F150 XLT
I IA Trim super cap, very
1987 FORD F-250, good con- clean. only 46k $10.999
edition, tow package, and trail- ,. ,
er brake, $2150 obo. 941- NSS
627-3111 dir 1997 NISSAN PICK-UP
1987 Ford Ranger PU, new 4X4, CASS, A/C, LOOKS
clutch, rollover bars, mag & RUNS GREAT. $5,900
wheels, dual exhaust, strong 941-485-1531, dir
engine, off road lights, 4 on 1998 Chervolet S-10, pick-up,
the floor, 60K. $900 obo. regular cab, 6' bed, 4-cyl,
239-821-2873. auto, air, CD player, tilt wheel,
1987 GMC Good Cond. A/C 85K miles, $4295. Call 317-
$1600 obo (863)-993-4429 401-1003 or 941-505-8362
1988 FORD F150, clean, AC, GE I
$4,500/obo. (941)-626-6839 W E
1989 CHEVY Silverado 1A IWAIITfC
C2500, ice cold A/C, auto, GOR A
V8, low mileage, runs like 1998 FORD F-150, EXT.
new, super clean, $3950. CAB, V-6, AUTO, LOADED,
(941)-637-1933 dir. W/ WARR. $10,990.
1989 ford F700 Lowe Prow 639-1601, Punta Gorda
28' box truck Diesel Alison 1998 Chevy Silverado, ext.
Automatic, Runs Great, cab, 3 dr., w/topper, nice
$6500 OBO 941-629-5754 cond. $8,600, SOLD
941-815-7428
941-815-7428 1998 Dodge Ram 1500, ext.
1k992 Ford 450 Super Duty cab, runs perfect, 112k,
Diesel, 5 spd, A/C, 12 1/2 $7,600/neg, SOLD!!!
Ft. Box Truck W/Lift Gate, 1998 FORD F150
Well Maintained. $6500 6CYL, AIR, STICK,
OBO 941-629-5754 CLEAN $5,990
815-7428 Cramer Toyota 484-9000
1993 DODGE Ram, V-8, auto, 1998 NISSAN P/U, 5 spd.,
new tires, transmission $4,900. (941-628-8869 dir.
exhaust, fuel injections, alter-
nator. Runs great $3500 obo. 19 CHEVY SILVERADO
Call 941-505-2701 1500 VERY NICE TRUCK
78K MILES S10,999
1993 Isuzu Diesel, w/16' box, r. I&
lift gate & trailer hitch, runs
great, $7,500, (941) 628-
1745 1999 DODGE RAM SLT Red
/Silver-Cold AC, auto, V8, 98k
1994 GMC, needs trans, Call mi, $6450. 941-697-2313
(941)587-6149 after 7PM
2000 DODGE DAKOTA
1995 CHEVY 1500 SLT X-CAB, AUTO, PW/PL,
V6, TOPPER, A/C, LOOKS ALLOYS. $11,900
& RUNS GOOD. $3,900 941-485-1531, dir
941-485-1531, dir
1995 GMC Sierra, K2500
SLE, 4x4, Ex cab. 5.7 V8, 0 ,
full power, new tires, cold I'1 .1'
AC, $5,900. (941)6372000 FORD Ranger XLT, 6 cyl,
0971 very, clean, toto top $9977.
1996 Ford Bronco XL V8, Call (941)-637-0587
auto, ac, 4x4, Ex cond.
$3950/obo 941-925-3424 2000 NISSAN P/U, Extended
Cab, 70k mi., $7,895. (941)-
1996 FORD F-150 Short bed, 628-8869 dir.
dual tanks, hitch, V-6. Runs
Great! $3800. 941-815-1778


GENE
GORMAN'S
2004 NISSAN FRONTIER
EXT. CAB, AUTO. ONLY
5,000 Ml. WOW! $14,900.
'639-1601, Punta Gorda
2004 NISSAN FRONTIER
PW/PL, CD, LIKE NEW,
LOW MILES. $12,900
941-485-1531, dir
2004 Toyota Tacoma, double
cab, SR5 pkg, 11k,
$22,000 obo (941)-423-3209
2005 DODGE RAM 1500
V8, AUTO, QUAD, PW/PL,
TILT, LOW MILES. $21,900
941-485-1531, dir
2005 F150 ELT Super Crew,
loaded, 1,200 mi.,
$26,500 (941)-423-6020

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1998 CHEVY TAHOE V8,
AUTO, 4X4, LOOKS &
RUNS GREAT. $7,900
941-485-1531, dir
1998 JEEP GR CHEROKEE
5.9 LIMITED 4X4, PW/PL,
LOOKS & RUNS GREAT.
$5,900
941-485-1531, dir
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er, V8, Only 60k mi!, rear
air, AM/FM cass/CD, $6900.
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7300 TRUCKS/
PICK-UPS
2003 DODGE DAKOTA 4X4
AUTO, PW/PL, QUAD,
CRUISE, CD. $16,900
941-485-1531, dir
2003 DODGE RAM 1500
V8,A UTO, QUAD CAB,
PW/PL, TILT, CRUISE
$19,900
941-485-1531, dir
2003 DODGE RAM 1500
V8, AUTO, QUAD, PW/PL,
TILT, LIKE NEW. $17,900
941-485-1531, dir
2003 F-250 SUPER DUTY
Super crew. Custom paint,
Red/Silv. match lighted, lock-
ing hard bed cover. 43k mi,
Like new cond. $23,395.
941-875-3162
2003 FORD F-150
HERITAGE EDITION, 4X4,
V8, AUTO, LOADED.
$21,900
941-485-1531, dir



2003 FORD F250 Lariat,
Crew Cab, 4x4, Diesel,
loaded. Only $36,977. Call
(941-637-0587
2003 FORD RANGER
AUTO, ALLOYS, PW/PL,
TILT, CRUISE, LOW MILES.
$14,900
941-485-1531, dir
2004 DODGE DAKOTA SLT
QUAD, AUTO, PW/PL, TILT,
CRUISE. $18,900
941-485-1531, dir
2004 DODGE DAKOTA
X-CAB 4X4 A/ 4.7 V8
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ATTENTION
CONTRACTORS

04 Ford F250
Utility, Auto, V8
04 Ford E350
Super Cargo, Loaded
04 Ford E350
XLT, 12 Passenger
03 GMC G350
15' Box, V-8, Auto
03 Ford E150
Cargo, Bins
03 Dodge Ram
1/2 Ton, V-8
03 Astro Cargo
Polyliner, Loaded

03 Ford Ranger
X-Cab, 6 cyl, Auto
02 Chevy Cargo
1/2 Ton, Bins
02 Ford F350
Dually, Flatbed

02 Chevy Cargo
Maxi, 3/4 Ton,
Loaded

01 Ford F350
Aluminum Flat Bed

01 Dodge B3500
15 Pass. SLT
01 Chevy Cargo
3/4 Ton, V-8

01 Chevy Silverado
1/2 Ton, 6 Cyl.
01 Isuzu NPR H.D.
DSL,Landscape
Dump
01 Isuzu NPR H.D.
DSL, Flatbed Dump

01 Mazda B2300
4 Cyl, Stick

00 Chevy Cargo
1/2 Ton, Bins

00 GMC Cargo
3/4 Ton, Cheap
00 Astro Cargo
Bins, 6 Cyl.

99 Astro Cargo
Bins, 6 Cyl.,
99 Dodge Ram
1/2 Ton, 6 Cyl.
97 Ford F250
DSL, Auto

Many more to choose
Fresh Arrivals Daily
14180 N Cleveland Ave
(US 41)
N. Ft. Myers
239- 995-8785
1-866-995-8785

7305 SPORT UTILITY/
VEHICLES
'01 MITSUBISHI MONTERO
XLS 4X4, LEATHER, AUTO,
PW/PL, LIKE NEW.
$12,900
941-485-1531, dir
1986 Blazer K5, parts for
restoration go with vehicle,
runs great, $2,500/obo,
(941-628-9291


1992 GMC TYPHOON
Jimmy AWD 2 Door 4.3
L Turbo Charged V6
Hydramatic 4 Speed.
Automatic w/overdrive
Lumar adj seats,Cruise
control, Turbine styled
alum wheels. Custom
Interior,AC & More!!
Excellent Condition.
$9,000. 941-484-3901


1992 TOYOTA Four Runner,
excel. shape, sun roof, nice
tires. $4995. (941) 637-0283
1997 JEEP Cherokee Country
6cyl, 4 DR, A/C, A/T, PW,
PDL, AM/FM/CASS, white,
sport wheels, new tires, clean,
just serviced. $4850. 'SOLD!*
1997 KIA SPORTAGE
ALLOYS, PW/PL, AUTO,
MUST SEE. $4,900
941-485-1531, dir

GEE
GORM.&N'S
2001 FORD EXPEDITION
XLT, LOADED, LEATHER;
ALL WHEEL DR., $16,990.
639-1601, Punta Gorda


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7305 SPORT UTILITY/
VEHICLES
1999 Ford Expedition, Eddie
Bauer edition, like new,
$13,800 941-426-0172
1999 FORD EXPLORER
V6, AUTO, PW/PL, CD,
ALLOYS, MUST SEE.
$7,900
941-485-1531, dir
1999 ISUZU RODEO LS
TRIM, VERY CLEAN,
ONLY 26K S10.999
i~ iil. .l .-' .-5[ ;'o]'.Iq


1 -800-259-4232

GEE
GORMAN'S
2002 CHEVY TRAIL BLAZ-
ER, 4X4, V-6 AUTO,
LOADED. MINT! $15,500.
639-1601, Punta Gorda
'200 HY:TRALBLZER
; ..$13,800: :

l-8004i25-4232

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2002 FORD Expedition,
loaded, low miles, save thou-
sands $19,988 or $199. DN
WAC. Southern Trust 941-
766-0050.
2002 JEEP GR CHEROKEE
V6, AUTO, PW/PL,
ALLOYS, LIKE NEW.
$15,900
941-485-1531, dir

LOOK
2002 KIA Sportage, auto, low
miles, great fuel economy
$10,988. or $199. DN WAC.
Southern Trust 941-766-
0050.
,.-:2002 PONTIAC1..
.,MONTANA LOADED
,'6op OF.LINE $9,995 '




$29,900

1,-800-259-4232
S2003 CHEVY TAHOE LT
3 SEAT, LEATHER,
DVD SYS. $24,999
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7305 SPORT UTILITY/
VEHICLES
2003 DODGE DURANGO
V8, AUTO, ALLOYS,
PW/PL, TILT, CD. $14,900
941-485-1531, dir
2003 HYUNDAI SANTE FE
CD, AUTO, PW/PL,
ALLOYS, LIKE NEW.
$13,900
941-485-1531, dir
2003 MAZDA TRIBUTE
V6, AUTO, PW/PL, TILT,
CRUISE, LIKE NEW.
$15,900
941-485-1531. dir


,2005 LEXUS SC430
' LOADED 2K MILES
RED S56,980 SAVE

1-800-259-4232

7310 4 X 4'S


1993 FORD F-150, Flare side,
extended pick-up, cold A/C,
high miles, runs excellent, alu-
minum mags, $2850 941-
627-3111 dir

GENE
GORIM'S
2001 EXPLORER E.B., V8,
AUTO, LOW MILES!
GORGEOUS! $13,900.
639-1601, Punta Gorda
2001 TOYOTA TACOMA ext.
cab w/ cap & liner, 23k mi., 4.
x 4, $15,000. obo 941-624-
2994

7330 BOATS-POWERED


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7330 BOATS-POWERED
11' Inflatable, Quick Silver,
excellent cond., 5HP Mere eng,
just overhauled, mtr stand,
$1,500 firm (941)-391-0369
13.6' Boston Whaler 1993
with 1997 Evinrude Tiller,
cushions, oars, anchor, more,
excel. $2000. S 0 LD
14' ALUMINUM boat, with
1995 8HP Johnson, less than
30 hours, trailer & 8' dinghy.
All for $750. (941-505-1233
14' FIBERGLASS VHULL, 50hp
Merc. trailer, new cover,
$2600 firm. (941)-743-8730
15' Fiberglass Fish & ski, bimi-
ni, alum float on trailer, 50HP
Johnson, pw trim, loads of
extras! $2,600 (941)-493-
1567 or 941-468-1237.
16' Classic Lund, great shape.
40hp Johnson needs work, tilt
tIr.As is $1,000 9414268142
16' 1971 fiberglass V haul
boat & trailer, new springs &
tires. $500 obo. 941-204-
1113 leave message
16' 2001 Pontoon w/ trlr
2002 50hp Johnson motor,
asking $7000, *SOLD!*


1999 PONTIAC MONTANA
LEATHER, REAR A/C, 2003 NISSAN X-TERRA
PW/PL, LOOKS & RUNS SE TRIM VERY NICE
GREAT. $6,900 ONLY 32K S16.999
941-485-1531, dir ,
1999 TRACKER CONVERT. i H o*
21k, Green/White, 5spd, 2003 TOYOTA SEQUOIA
$8500. 941-391-2394 LTD LOADED, $45K/LIST,
2000 GMC JIMMY 27K MI. $30.990
AUTO, V6, PW/PL, Cramer Toyota 484-9000
ALLOYS, CD, CRUISE. 2004 DODGE DURANGO
$7,900 V8, AUTO, REAR A/C,
941-485-1531, dir PW/PL, LOADED. $18,900
941-485-1531, dir
GE E 2004 FORD EXPEDITION
I_ 0'G LOADED EDDIE BAUER
15K MILES $25800
2000 GMC JIMMY SLT, i
LOADED, V6, SUNROOF.
PERFECT! $10,500. 1-800-259-4232
639-1601, Punta Gorda
2004 GMC ENVOY
GV LOADED, V6, 7K MI.
G LIKE NEW. $19,900
GOMl 'S 1-800-259-4232
2000 ISUZU RODEO LS,
LOW MI., EXTRA CLEAN! 2004 GMC YUKON
PERFECT! $10,500. DENALLI, BLACK
639-1601, Punta Gorda LOADED. $33.800
2000 LINCOLN NAVIGA-
TOR, well maintained, 1-800-259-4232
highway miles, $13,950
Call for details!!!
(941)-737-5234 2004 HONDA PILOT EXL
(941)-73 4 -LOADED 16K MILES
.2000 TOYOTA4 RUNNER $26,900
SR5 WHIrE, LOADED, '. Bf.MiH.,
CLEAN. $13,800 1-800-259-4232

1-800-259-4232 '04 JEEP GR CHEROKEE
LAREDO 4X4 ONLY 19K
2001 DODGE DURANGO | 19,999
V8, AUTO, REAR A/C,
PW/PL, CRUISE. $13,900
941-485-1531, dir 1 U' W"sI
2004 PONTIAC MONTANA
2001 JEEP GRAND ONLY 13,685 MILES, FULL
CHEROKEE 46K MILES, POWER, ALUM. WHEELS &
LOADED. $15,900 MORE. 5720B
1"11n- I "f I 941-922-0711, DLR
1-800-259-4232 2004 Toyota 4 Runner, only
13K miles, near new condition.
2001 MAZDA TRIBUTE $23,800. Call 941474-5767
LOADED
$8,995. 2004 TOYOTA
.f"R[IS-7F,iIrnRl .,. LANDCRUISER WHITE
1-800-259-4232 .LOADED $46,900

GENE 1-800-259-4232-
l j&- W 2005 CHEVY TRAILBLAZER
O V6, AUTO, ALLOYS,
2001 MAZDA TRIBUTE LX, PW/PL, TILT, CRUISE.
LOW MI., 1 OWNER! $19,900
PERFECT! $11,900.. 941-485-1531, dir
639-1601, Punta Gorda 2005 DODGE DURANGO
21101 li-:=-,-,n ,lrr Tr3c. '61P SLT 4X4 V8, PW/PL,
I ownrr ;ellow .,: .,:,.1:,- LEATHER, LOADED.
14, 50019' i 0i-3.j ; $23,900
941-485-1531, dir
2001 TOYOTA RAV4L
Silver beauty. Has all bells & 2005 ESCAPE HYBRID XLT
whistles. 41k mi. Must see. LEATHER, NAVIGATION.
$16;500. PG1 941-575-7784 4K MILES. $26,990
Cramer Toyota 484-9000
ftI2002 VROLETD 2005 JEEP GR CHEROKEE
BLACKAK A22TgoAEo V6, AUTO, PW/PL,
BLACK $22,900 ALLOYS, TILT, LOW MILES
I'/. ir.I[4I.E It I *,I $20,900
'.1-800-259-4232 941-485-1531, dir
2005 KIA SORRENTO LX
AVANCHE AUTO, ALLOYS, PW/PL,
-tOAED .8.. TILT, ONLY 11K.
.'LOADED $18,900$18,900
1,hr, ti ,.w,,~ ~941-485-1531, dIlr


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7330 BOATS-POWERED
16' 1999 HEWES BAYFISHER
FLATS BOAT w/ trailer, 90 HP
Johnson, bait tank, live well,
trim tabs, tower, trolling
motor, $9,500. (941)-628-
8027
17' 1980 DAYTONA
90 HP JOHNSON
TRAILER AND ACCESSORIES
FIRST $1,800.00
HM: (863) 491-8964
WK: (941) 255-0211
EM: buyit@sunline.net
17' '69 Manatee, glass boa-
trailer, 75HP Mercury OB,
needs TLC, $600. 637-3922

17' 1994 KEY WEST
with trailer. Incl. 70HP
ohnson, Bimini & All access
Runs Great!! $4,000.
(941)-456-6332 Iv. msg.
17' 1995 RENEGADE JET
BOAT, 120 inboard Merc.
bimini top, canvas cover,
2003 Performance trailer,
85hrs. on motor. $4000 obo.
(941-815-4924
NEED A JOB?
CHECK THE
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7330 BOATS-POWERED
17' 8" 1993 Keywest stealth
flats boat '95 150HP Evinrude
RUNS GREAT. $8300.
Call (941)-661-1302
17' PROLINE 1995, exc.
cond. 88hp Evinrude, good
alum. trlr. Well maintained.
$6,000/obo. (941)743-8646
17' SPORTSCRAFT CC,
120 Johnson, Alum. trailer,
Runs good, $2600/obo
941-270-7395
18' SAILFISH, 97 Yamaha
90hp, trolling motor & 98
trailer, $7K. *SOLD**
18Ft Welcraft & trailer, 115
Johnson outboard, $3000.
NoChecksCashOnly505-0925
19' 1996 DECK BOAT, good
condition. Asking $6995.
(619)-952-7260
19' Carolina Skiff, 1999,
1999 Mercury 90HP,
$7,000 (941)-697-3051
19' Chapparal, 1988, needs
work, $1,500/obo, (239)-
995-1284
,]tFLASsiFED
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7330 BOATS-POWERED
19' GLASSTREAM, Mercury
I/0, small cuddy cabin, new
prop, runs great. $3000. Call
aft. 5pm (941)-743-6714
20' 2005 NEW BEACHCAT
w/90 hp 4 stroke yamaha, 5
yr warr, galv. trailer. Steve,
$22,995. (941)-716-1869
20' CHAPARRAL 1/0
RUNS & LOOKS GREAT.
$2995.
(941)-473-7058
20' SEARAY Bowrider 140hp
Merc, I/O, good cond & clean
+ cover. $4000. 941-492-9350
21' 2003 KENNER Vision, cen-
ter console, flats & bay boat,
loaded, 150 Merc. Still.under
fact. warranty. $20,500.
(941)-628-5435
22', 2002 all aluminum Fisher
Pontoon, trailer & 75hp, 4
stroke Mercury eng. Less
than 40hrs, 30 gal gas tank.
Much More $13,500 OBO,
941-626-7505
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7330 BOATS-POWERED
22' Slick Craft, Merc., I/O, 1st
class cond. & trailer, jackets &
all electronics. Best offer?
Reason for selling. 82 years
old, too much.
7514 Escondido, St.
East. Englewood
23' CUDDY Glastron Carlson,
460 cu V8, Berkley jet drive,
trailer, rare classic, like new,
$11,900. (941)-286-0239
24.5', 1995 Vivian Deck Liner,
150 Johnson, SS prop. Very
good cond. No trlr. Under-
priced @ $7,995 must sell.
(9411-743-8646 or 941- 916-
5083
24' SEA RAY, twin 250 cu. in.
I/O, cutty cabin, kitchen, bath,
new canvas, -runs ok, needs
minor repair, trailer, $2000.
Won't Last! 941-740-0566
25' 1986 Wellcraft Walk
Around Cuddy with 1994
Yamaha 225 v-6 with 700
hours. Tandem Magic Loader
Alum. trailer. $7,500 OBO
Must sell! Engl 941-474-9439
NEED CASH?
Have A Garage
Sale!


7330 BOATS-POWERED
26' Bayliner Deck boat, 1991,
175 h.p. Johnson Outboard,
professionally rebuilt in 2004,
asking $8,500, (941)-740-
0173
30' Owens, 6.5 Perkins Diesel,
needs minor repair,
$7,500 (941-697-6669
7/01/2005

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02 HONDA CIVIC EX 93 PONTIAC GRAND AM 02 CHRYSLER PT CRUISER LTD 00 CADILLAC ESCALADE 4X4
a ,Auto,Moonroof, "Auto, Full Power, I -. Leather, Moonroof, : Leather, Full Power,
Full Power, Low Miles, -~ ~.Only 67K Miles, | ~ Chrome Wheels, Chrome Wheels,
Extra Clean Extra Clean Full Power Extra Clean

* 3,850 ,950 2,995 17,9 50


FORD EXPLORER XLS 04 CHEVY SUBURBAN LT 03 FORD RANGER XLT SUPERCAB 04 TOYOTA COROLLA "S" 98
Cd, FullPower, 7Passenger, 6 Cy. AutoAuto, CD,
Extra Clean l r, Fiberglass Full Power,
Loaded 0 Tonneau Cover Extra Clean

.885 GO 2,'ss ,980


EXPLORER SPT
Full Power,
Cold Air,
Extra Clean

"'995


02 FORDTHUND IRi"' RD EXPLORER XLT '04 CHEVY171 SUPERCAB 4X4, J SAFARI SLE 04 LERrsnEBRIN(G 0NY.
Full Power, TwoTops, Powergroup, Leather, Ful Power, DualAir, CD,
aCtry Warranty,- Low Miles, Loaded, 7 Passenger Full Power,
Low Miles Extra lean Extra Cleanxtra Clean

900 80o,"OFFROAD"0,950v,995 6,850
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ch 500 Audio, Auto, i ..Bm. V6, Loaded,
12K Miles, Extra Clean,
like New 6 CD Changer

1,850 3,850


00 DODGE RAM 1500 CONY. VAN
j :i.:" RearkAir,
Foldaway Bed,
Full Power

r p,995


S01 TOYOTA CAMRY LE RRD TAURUS SEL 99 MERC
Pw 11. Powergroup,a LeatherAlloys,
S.- Auto, Air, Full Power,
PUT A Extra Clean Extra Clean
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Venice & North Port ,950
Call 941-207-1200 SPO
81ACP950


Moonroof,
3rd Row Seat,
S Leather

$10,995


Power Stroke Diesel,
Full Power,
Extra Clean

m2,800


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Air,
AM/FM Cassette,
Extra Clean

9,850


PERCAB LARIAT 01 MERCURY SABLE 04 GER"EDGE" SUPERCAB 04 FORD F250 XLT SUPER DUTY
Leather, V8, Auto, Leather, Loaded, 6Cyl., CD, .. I Bucket Seats, V8,
Full Power, Dual Overhead Full Power, Factory Warranty,
S EExtra CleanmExtra Clean Like New

8,900 13,850 ICAB A3,


GR MARQUIS LS
ull Power, i
Leather,
Extra Clean

07,9951


00 LINCOLN NAVIGATOR
F Full Power, Moonroof,
CQ uad Leather buckets,
Loaded, Extra Clean

-19,850


RUNNER SR5 00 FORD MUSTANG GT CONY.
Leather, Auto, .a Leather, Loaded,
0 Full Power, Auto, Low Miles,
S Extra Clean Extra Clean

6,995 4 .995


F150SO T CREW CAB
^ Full Power,
Low Miles,
Extra Clean

3,950


1


02 FORD ESCAPE XLT
Hf I'Loaded,
Extra Clean


P4.,995


03 FRD RANGER "EDGE",
6 Cy., Full Power,
Loaded, I
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W2,850


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7330 BOATS-POWERED 7331 SAILBOATS

Boat Donations Needed 27' 1979 Ericson Sailboat,
Non-Profit for good shape, needs TLC,
(941)484-0025
Health & Fitness 941484-0025
Supports Special Needs 9' WOODEN DINGHY with oars
SupportsSpecial Need & locks, deep sides.
Call Dennis (800)488-6745 $250/obo. (941)-809-8334
*** Free Pick Up ****
FI. Dept. of Agriculture CH16520 7332 PERSONAL
WATER VEHICLES
CASH IN A FLASH 1995 & 1996 POLARIS, dbl.
for your house,car, trlr, $3900. '95 Polaris, 750,
truck, boat, etc. trlr., $1850. (941-627-5797
(941)627-0802 1998 KAWASAKI, 1996 SEA
DO GTX, double trailer, or
$$ CASH PAID $$ will sell separate. Best offer.
Call (727) 642-7025
For Your Boat or Yacht. Call (727) 642-7025
'Any Size or Price. 2 Seadoo Jet Skis, 1993 3
Will Come To You. seater, exc. ski, 1996 2
(941)626-9075 seater, very fast, 1 dbl trailer


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CLEAN USED BOATS


$4,000/all obo (941)-429-
0954 or 941)769-5606
2004 SEADOO 185HP
Super charge, low hrs,
Extended warr. Many extras
$9,900. 941-697-9985
WINDSURFERS Long/short
boards, with or without rigs,
reasonably priced, 493-0617
YAMAHA GP 760, Custom
paint, new engine, trlr, Mint
$4.,00 bT".-: 941-473-2981

7333 MISC.
BOATS/WATER SPORTS

10' ACHILLES DINGHY w/3.3
Mercury motor, $800. (941)-
661-2771
14' AIR BOAT,
Aircraft motor & trailer.
$6500. 941-815-8633


LARGE INVENTORY 20' Pontoon Boat, 1997 Pre-
; FISCHER MARINE mier 210 Sunsation; 25"
(239)694-4626 tubes, 1997 Mercury 4-stroke
50HP .motor, trailer.
Galv. Performance Trailer for $12,500. Call 941-505-8793.
21' Carolina Skiff or similar,
14" tires, $500 Call John Wanted damaged pontoon
(941)-828-7713 S. Gulf Cove boat. Any condition!
New 16' Bass Master, Garmin (941)-429-6650
160, rod holder, 2 live wells, WINDSURFER,
Minnkota trolling motor, metal All equipment included,
flake blue & white, cover, $100. obo *SOLD!*
90HP Mercury, trailer. (941)-627-5434
$15,500. 941-716-9654
7334 OUTBOARD/
7331 SAILBOATS MARINE ENGINES
14 Hc'LE ':AT Sails torn, no 1990 Johnson, 175HP, look &
tr al'ir G :.:d condition. $95. runs great cooling sys over-
6 i'.'. -.r. hauled, $1,700 (9419468-3920
iH lIern, ir H.:r,,j. Trail.. 199 6Evinrude l15 Ocean Pro;,
r [J.: r.urrnr, dajjmjage 'Stainless Steel Prop & controls,
;.;,, r.4i ,i-.-66-0'9 ,$2,600 (941)485-6128
.-4' 6EFI:'L, pFrtl,:i Florn, 2002 MERCURY 200L, Salt-
boat, death forces sale. water series, low water p/u, 4
Was $6500, now $2500. blade SS prop, $5,800. obo
S(941) 505-7485. 941-628-0492.


7334 OUTBOARD/
MARINE ENGINES
4 h.p. Mercury long shaft, sail-
boat motor, $550, 175 h.p.
Johnson, completely rebuilt,
zero hrs. $3,500, (941)-639-
5333 leave message.
PAIR MERCURY 135HP,
counter rotating, SS props,
well maint. 700 hrs, still on
boat for demo $4,000
(941)-473-7770

7337 BOAT REPAIRS
BOAT DETAILING FROM WASH
& DRY TO COMPLETE DETAIL-
ING. COMMERCIAL
ACCOUNTS WELCOME. VISA
& MASTERCARD ACCEPTED.
CALL MOBILE 609-618-0113

7338 MARINE SUPPLY
& EQUIP.
BOAT HOIST, Ace. 10001b
capacity, 2yrs old, like new,
$495., (941)-637-8469
GMC Marine Head, 1996
140/180 4 cyc, new mill &
vows, $250 (941-497-1288

7339 CANOES/
KAYAKS
FL's Largest Kayak.Selec-
tion! Rentals, Tours, Classes.
Economy Tackle 6018 S
Trail, Sara. (941)922-9671
KAYAKS & CANOES
SALES, RENTAL, EQUIP.
LARGEST SELECTION IN
SOUTHWEST FLORIDA.
ESTERO RIVER
(239) 992-4050
TANDEM HYDRA KAYAK
SEATS & PADDLES,$350.
941-408-3009

7341 TRAILER &
ACCESSORIES
16 x 6 OPEN TRAILER, tan-
dem axle, brakes, $575. Call
SOLD!
16x7 AUTO Trailer, great shape,
w/super winch, new tires/whls
$1250. (941)-426-8142
18' OPEN UTILITY TRAILER,
5000 lb., dual axle, brakes &
new tires. Excellent Cond.
$2500 obo (941-627-5876
1995 24' very nice &
clean travel trailer,
equipped w/a phone line
& antenna. $7,000 obo
(941)627-0802
1999 Haulmark Car Trailer,
22', 102 wide, side doors,
exc. cond. $5,500 (941)-426-
3838 or (941)468-2849.


7341 TRAILER &
ACCESSORIES
2004 Gladiator 6x12
enclosed trailer w/elec
brakes. 120V & 12V lighting,
4 toolboxes and shelving,
work bench w/vise $3200.
*SOLD*
2003 7x12 enclosed trailer
w/ elec. brakes, new tires,
$4,000. 941- 875-7255.
3 TRAILERS, 1999 Hallmark
24' Enclosed $5500, 2004
Anderson 18' Diamond deck
car trailer w/8,00 lb. wench
$2800, 2005 20' 14kw
Gooseneck car trailer w/ side
rails $5000. 941-629-5754
941-815-7428
4 x 8 enclosed trailer, new
tires & bearings, $900/ obo.
(941)-624-4541
BOAT TRAILER, galvanized,
for 18'-20' boat $595. Call
941-637-0283
NEW BOAT TRAILERS AT
Dealer Cost. Credit Cards
Accepted. WEST COAST
TRAILER (941)698-9902
TANDEM AXLE Car trailer with
electric brakes, $950 obo.
Call 941-815-1664.
Trailer axle, 7'L, (2) 13 "
tires, springs, good cond.,
$125. 941-475-2121
TRAILER homemade,
12'Lx4.5'W. $175/0B0.
941-475-2121
UTILITY TRAILER, 5x10,
Rusty. Good tires. $250.
(941)492-6372

7360 CYCLES/MOPEDS/
SCOOTERS
04 CR125R, $3,800; 03
JR80, $1,275; 04 CRF50F,
$975. OBO (941)-626-5158
1968 & 1969 HONDA Trail
90's, includes extra parts &
bikes, $2200. 941-629-2829
1980 Honda Goldwing, low
mileage, very clean, exc.
cond., $2,500/obo, (941)
204-5055
1984 Honda Gold Wing
Aspencade, new brakes on
front. $3000. 625-5986
1998 KTM 400SX, new
engine & pla ticS, low hours.
$1,600/0B'j 1.44.7 1109
1999 Red HD 883 Sport-
ster 3K mi. Great shape.
Saddle bags.
$6,300.00
941-629-8036
603-568-5514
2000 Harley Davidson Sport-
ster, 883, only 6,200 mi.,
$6,200/neg. (941) 255-5057


7360 CYCLES/MOPEDS/
SCOOTERS

2000 Kawasaki ninja zx6 red
12,000 miles, muzzy pipes,
k&n filter,jet kit,includes 2 hel-
mets $3,800.00 or b/o Jim
941-626-5260
2001 HARLEY DAVIDSON
SPORTSTER Custom 1200,
4,400 miles, very clean, Ask-
ing $8,000. 941-698-2459
2001 HD 883, 2279 K miles,
lots of extras $5500 firm, exel
cond. 941-505-2233
2001 SUZUKI Intruder 800,
$4500 941-625-3295.
2002 Harley Davidson
Sportster 1200, 5K miles.
$8500. (941)-468-4226
2003 H-D, V-Rod, VRSCA, cus-
tom paint, 2 seats, backrest,
WS, Screaming Eagle, 3k mi
like new, $14,950, (941)-743-
2609
2003 Suzuki Bandit 1200S,
Silver, New Tires, looks and
runs new. $4600. 625-5986
2003 YAMAHA YZ 125 hardly
used, exc. cond. Must sell.


7360 CYCLES/MOPEDS/ 7370 CAMPERS/ 7380 MOTOR HOMES/
SCOOTERS TRAVEL TRAILERS RVs
KAWASAKI KX250 Excellent 2005 Four Winds 35', 3 slide 2000 37' DOLPHIN, 2 slides,
cond. Many extras. Race ready outs, entertainment cent, S/S Ref. w/ ice, W/D, 2 TV,
$3,000/obo (941)-474-6617 comp desk, full hook-ups, Sat., Gen., 2 A/C, Ford V10,
lived in 8mos, $20,000 OBO, Tag axle, no smoke/no pets,
7365 ATV May be seen at: Park Hill very clean, runs great,
10101 Burnt Store Rd #32, $58,900. (941-235-9395
2 4 WHEELERS; 2004 PTGD, 941-505-0286 2000 SHASTA Travel Master,
Kwasaski KFX700 & 2003 2005 Star Craft Pop Up brand 27'. Sleeps 5, 1 slide out, self
Yamaha Rapter 660, Newcon- new, used once Paid $8000 contained, under 26k mi.,
edition. $4500. ea. 941-628- asking $7000 863/990-4637 $29,500. obo. (941)-627-
0516 H D X0 2005 Timberlodge, 30ft, 4085
2001 HONDA EX 300 RUNS sleeps up to 9, Best offer over 33', 1985 LONDONAIRE, new
GREAT $2500/OBO $10,000 941-628-8565 motor trans 2003, new tires
941-662-6242 31', AIRSTREAM, camper, -A/C 2004. $4500 obo. Need
2001 YAMAHA Raptor, w/lots good.cond. $5000. Call 239- cash by 6/30 1 time chance.
of extras, runs great. Must 784-5653 or 954-600-5387 ***SOLD*
sell, asking $4800 obo (941 33' HLow Travel Trailer, fully 96 Beaver 36ft dieselpusher,
815-8757 v. msg.loaded, sleeps 4, new tires all highline coach amenities,
2002 Honda 400 EX, Nerf leveling jacks. 941-627-3065 new tires $84,900.00 941-
Bars, Renthal Bars, Like New, 5th wheel sliding hitch 255-1050
19411-81 5th. wheel sliding hitch,
Fast $3200 obo (941)-815- $15,000, *SOL!* $$ CASH PAID $$
7489
I2004 Y BUY Travel Trailers, 5th For Your Motor Home/
2004 Yamaha Wolverine, runs heels & Park Mod Pa Travel Trailer Any Size or
great, under 100hrs. Must sh llar e Price. Will Come To You.
sell, asking $4800 obo, (941) as/op doa a ave (941)626-9075
815-8757 (813)-713-3217
2005 Yamaha Rhino, almost SLIDE-IN Pick-up Camper, Pop FREE ?
2005 Yamaha Rhino, almost
new, well maintained. $8600 Top by Shadow Cruiser, excel.
941-628-1157 cond, $5500. (941)639-6269 We'll sell your RV/Camper


$2600. 941-474-2712L
bU.7370 C4/4- CAMPERS/ 7380 MOTOR HOMES/
2004 HD Heritage soft tail. 70 CAMERRVS '
Black, screaming eagle, pipes, TRAVELTRAILERS R
xtra chrome, 2200 mi, 1 VK P19' *2001 COACH HOUSE,
$16,250 (9411-223-1645 1985 VIKING POP UP., AC,
$2500 Cr,' $35,900. Must See!
2004 Honda CR125,Great 941-650-1441 $ 5,900, -M !
shape,used 6-times,like 1990 Sierra 33', Good ..
new all original parts, Shape, $5000. OBO Class C MH. Good co"j d.
changed oil 2 times.paid H. 941-764-8297 or Class C MH. Good cond. New
5k, sell for$3600. H941-769-1743r e roof air. Must see. $3500/
941-380-1974 obo. (941);637-6979.
1997 ARROW LITE 28' travel 1979 MOTORHOME
2004 HONDACRF 450R,trailer, exc. cond., $4900. Good condition, slees 6,
stroke dirt bike, low hours, (863)-494-1021
exc. cond. $4500 obo. (941)- 1 fully self contained.
815-1257 1999, 29' F er.:..,] Widieir $3500. 941-497-6469
S.. "L n"ess, great sr.a:e- '-' orn r1989 32' Mallard Sprinter,
Trade for boat or pontoon of 15K new 454 Chev engine,
Electric Scooters, 500w, 36v, equal value, (941)-629-5816 new ex RE D
$285!, Gas pocket bikes $1851 many new extras, REDUCED
$2851, Gas pocket bikes $185! 1 e le TI -' ;,,' obo. Tow vehicle
Great colors! Suncoast Motors a abl. 941-639-3616
in Venice, (941-486-0690 new awning, exc. cod. available. 94-639-3616
$9,500, (941)-258-1164 1990 Ford Econoline Conver-
99 04 HD .Electra Glide 2001 JAYCO Eagle, 37.5' sion, 58k mi., dual : li,-.l:
parts, 2 mufflers, carb & igni- TT, fully equipped incl. slid- dual A/C, TV, '.F r..:I.
tion parts, $500. (941)-505- er & awning, 2 doors, micro, sink, refrig., bed, cabi-
9666 $14,950. (941)-505-1494 nets, toilet, holding tanks,
E- Bike never used, paid 2002 SPRINGDALE TRAIL- $5,500, (863)-444-0994
$1150. Sell for $375 ER 28', Powerslide & hitch, 1996 FLEETWOOD Bounder
941-624-3218 extras. Ex. Cond, 36S, basement unit, with
$14000/obo; 2002 TAHOE 'extra wide body & slide, wash-
FlaCycle DISCOUNTe Gas LT, RED, Loaded; tow pkg, er/dryer, dual air & heat.
& electric scooters, cycles $22,000/obo, 941-697-8863 Loaded. Plus 8x17 add-a-
pocket bikes 4-r'. Lowest r $ o. Q4 -
prices, we rj ,rv,,i 1 rl s 2003 Starcraft Popl-p, A/C, room $41;500. obo. (941
.. mrrcldeli 6rJ Tjam~mT,, r. fridge, stove, sleeps 6, like 625-8959
Sarasota 1941-926-8830) new, $6,000. Call Adam 2 NEW Goodyear truck tires
(9i4 -429401 5 or Rv'. on new rims, 19.5
GO CART KID COYOTEE by' .... .
CONNER RACER 49cc. 200 TIMeERLDIE .'R p $250 ea. Call
Good starter cart from apple. & TV. Excel. $12,900/ 941380.4014
age 5-12, all access. obo. 941-743-8991 TO
Ready to go racing 2005 26' w/Slider' THOR
$1200/obo KODIAK, New, Never used.
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'Tis the season to fortify the house


BY KIM COOL
FEATURES EDITOR


Hurricane season got off to
a quick start thanks to Trop-
ical Storm Arlene.
With memories of Charlie,
Frances, Ivan and Jeanne still
fresh, Southwest Florida
homeowners have been
ordering shutters and genera-
tors while simultaneously
stocking their larders lest
there be a repeat of last sum-
mer.
One Venice couple was
ahead of the game, fortifying
their house six years ago
when they purchased their
Gardenia Drive house from
Realtor Jan Holloway.
Fairly new to Venice at the
time, Larry and Martha Bellos
attended a hurricane pre-
paredness seminar spon-
sored by the Sarasota Sheriff's
Department.
"The sheriff said if you
don't have any broken win-
dows and can keep the wind
out of the house, you would
be pretty safe," Larry said.
He went home and or-
dered shutters for the entire
house. For the double door
entry and the home's smaller
windows, Bellos ordered steel
panels, which he can slide
into a track and bolt into
place at the first sign of an
impending storm. The panels
cost more than plywood, but
offer maximum protection at
a reasonable cost.
For larger openings such as
two lanai openings that mea-
sure 20 feet by 9 feet and 16
feet by9 feet, he ordered shut-
ters that are permanently
installed on a track They can
easily be rolled into position
when needed. Another roller
shutter system was ordered to
cover a 14-foot wide window
in the home's family room.
The cost, back in 1999, was in
excess of $12,000 for the three
large openings.
When the shutters are in
place, every window opening
in the house is protected
except for one outward-
opening door from the garage
and the garage door itself.
One outward-opening
door must be protected to
allow a safe exit for anyone in
the house. The garage door is
another thing and double
garage doors like that on the
Bellows' house are too much
of a thing. In the aftermath of
Charlie, while driving through
some df the storm-ravaged
areas, I saw many double
garage doors, which had not


Steel hurricane panels slide into tracks above and below win-
dows or doors to protect a house from hurricane force winds.


been strong enough to with-
stand the winds or, more like-
ly, the direct hit of objects
propelled by the hurricane
force winds.
According to information
from the Federal Alliance for
Safe Homes, approximately
80 percent of residential hur-
ricane damage starts with
wind entry through garage
doors.
If the door buckles under
high wind loads, the garage is
instantly pressurized, which
can lead to a domino effect
and failure of the entire build-
ing. The pressurization can
cause the garage roof to be
blown away, severely weaken-
ing the remainder of the
home's roof area.
Bellos called Omega, the
company that had installed
the home's original garage
doors. The company retrofit-
ted his door for about $400 (in
1999 dollars) he said. The
doors have heavy steel beams
bolted into each horizontal-
panel and an additional steel
beam that is attached to the
center of the door and swivels
into position when the door is
being locked down prior to a
hurricane. A hole was drilled
into the concrete and sur-
rounded with a steel plate
that further anchors the steel
bar once it has been swiveled
into vertical position.
Another system for retro-
fitting garage doors evolved
out of a welding class at
Sarasota County Technical
Institute. Students designed
welded brackets which hold
2-inch by 4-inch boards in a
vertical position that rein-
forces the door in much the
same way as the swiveling
steel rod in the Bellos house.
It too has floor plates, which


The homeowner installed this power transfer switch, which
allows him to switch power from electric to gas-generated
when the electrical power has gone out because of a storm.


anchor the wood in place and
a small piece of plywood
wedged between the lumber
and the door competes the
installation. SCTI volunteer
Ray Lieberman said he sold
more than 200 kits to fellow
residents of Pinebrook subdi-
vision earlier this summer
while the class was in session.
"This is about the only true
win-win situation I have ever
been involved with in my life,"
Lieberman said. "Most of the
materials used for the kits
would have been thrown
away anyway and the stu-
dents are learning while they
are doing this."
The kits sold for $25 a set
and Lieberman said a local
handyman charged $45 per
bracket for the installation.
costing homeowners about
$115 per door. Class is over for
the season but Lieberman
said they will make more in
the fall. Those who want to
learn welding and make their
own, can sign up for the
Tuesday and Thursday night
classes by calling SCTI at
473-4766.
A similar kit can be pur-
chased for $150 from the Web
site, Securedoor.com. There
is a video on the site that
demonstrates wind loads on
standard garage doors and
how the reinforcement kits
Work.
Once their house was forti-
fied against hurricanes, Bel-
los, an electrical engineer and
master electrician, made
some modifications to the
home's mechanical systems
that make weathering the
aftermath more palatable,
especially if the power is out
for long stretches at a time.
After last season's storms,
some people were out of pow-
er for days and even weeks,
depending on where they
lived.
Bellos purchased a genera-
tor, which can power two
refrigerators, several lights
and the home's satellite TV
system. He installed a UL-ap-
proved power transfer switch,
which allows him to change
over to gas power as easily as
flipping one switch. He ran
the wiring through the walls
and ceiling to the garage out-
let next to the outward-open-
ing door. Bellos said the
wiring, including installation
of two sub panels could take a
$65-an-hour electrician
about five hours to install. The
generator could be $800 or
more, depending on its
capacity.
After the storm is over and
it is safe to open that door,
Bellos slides the generator
outside and hooks it up. Nev-
er run a gas-powered portable.
generator indoors or within
any enclosed space. Fumes
could lead to illness, disorien-
tation or even death. Homes
under construction in areas
where there is natural gas, can
have converter systems built
in that allow for instanta-
neous switches from electrici-
ty to gas that will power the
entire, home, including the

Please see HOUSE, 15B


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Larry Bellos can slide these rolling shutters into place in seconds to close off his lanai from
storms.


Bellos, wearing heavy-duty gloves, holds some of the hurricane panels he uses to shutter his
home's windows against storms.


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"We had great results from members filing applications
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SBurke, Director of Volunteer teers attended an orientation
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Amateur radio network

seeks volunteers


A dedicated group of
licensed amateur radio oper-
ators (HAMS) are working
hard to make Southwest
Florida a safer place to live
and are looking for more
HAMS to join their cause.
They are members of the
Diocese (Venice) Amateur
Radio Network, or DARN, a
group of UHF/VHF radio sta-
tions that assist the Catholic
Charities Disaster Response
Team. The network has base
stations in Venice, Port Char-


lotte, Naples, Fort Myers and
Arcadia. The network, how-
ever, can succeed only if
more HAMS volunteer to
man the radio stations when
a disaster takes place.
Catholic Charities is look-
ing for volunteer HAM radio
operators to support hurri-
cane relief efforts if needed.
Contact Bob Sullenberger,
coordinator of the Catholic
Charities Disaster Relief
program, at 497-5422 or
robertvnc9@aol.com.


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FRIDAY,
IULY1
Club fun
* 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.
, The Venice Elks Club pre-
sents live music in the lounge
Friday, 7-10 p.m. at 119 E.
Venice Ave. Members and
guests welcome.
Volunteer training
The John and MNable Ringling
MNuseum of Art holds a volun-
teer training class to become
a guide at Ca d'Zan, art muse-
um or circus museums at
5401 Bay Shore Road in Sara-
sota. Call 359-5728.

Senior Friendship Center,
2350 Scenic Drive, 584-0052
* Balance movement class,
Friday, 9 a.m. Includes
warm-ups and simple
strength building. Balance
Matters Falls Prevention in-
troduction recommended.
Call 556-3223.
* Low-vision bridge, 9:30 a.m.
* Duplicate bridge, Fridays,
1 p.m.
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.
'Tales of the South'
The Open Circle Players per-
form "Tales of the South: Brer
Rabbit and His Friends," at
10:30 a.m. at Selby Public
Library, Geldbart Auditorium,
1331 First St., Sarasota. Chil-
dren ages 6 and older will love
the performers' humor and
audience participation. Call
861-1174.
Summer showcase
Sergio Boldrin's Venetian
masks are featured among
the ever-changing artistic
offerings at the Palm Avenue
Gallery. Through August 31,
see works by Boldrin, as well
as pieces by glass artist Rich
Fizer; painted, tumbled tiles
by Bill Hanlin; Raku pots by
Don Michael Williams and
more. Call 953-5757 or visit
palmavenuegallery.com.

SATURDAY,
JULY 2
Bird rescue class ..
Pelican Man's Bird Sanctuary
offers awild bird rescue train-
ing class at 10:30 a.m. at 1708
Ken Thompson Parkway in
Sarasota. Volunteers 'are
needed for the sanctuary's
rescue trucks, as well as for
baby bird season, at the hos-
pital, welcome center, gift
shop, boardwalk guides and
for speaking engagments, as
well as at the thrift stores in
Nokomis and Sarasota. Train-
ing provided. The class is free
and open to all persons age
18 and older. Call 388-4444.
Donate for the holidays
Florida's Blood Centers -
Venice will have a booth at
the Venice High School All-
Class Reunion in Centennial
Park downtown Venice,
noon-4 p.m. Donors will
receive a couple for free
admission to Historic Spanish
Point, free admission to
Arabian Nights and a dis-
count coupon to Wet 'n Wild.
To learn more, call 492-9193.
Kayak'
John Sarkozy of the American
Littoral Society shows you
the natural beauty of Little
Sarasota Bay by kayak, 8:30-
11:30 a.m. Take a break on
the crown jewel and take a
swim, walk or do some bird-
ing before paddling back to
the mainland. Equipment
and training provided. Cost:
$20 for ALS members, $25
for nonmembers. RSVP to
966-7308.


Market
Visit the Farmer's Market
every Saturday, 8 a.m.-noon


downtown Venice in Centen-
nial Park, at the corner of
Tampa and Nokomis Avenues:
For more information, call
484-3801.
Vets luncheon
The Tarpon Basha of the
China-Burma India Associ-
ation meets at the Olde World
Restaurant, 14415 South
Tamiami Trail, North Port.
Social hour at noon, lunch at
i p.m. All former World War
II veterans and spouses are
welcome. RSVP to 497-2193 or
639-8089.

SUNDAY,
JULY 3
Nature walk
The Manatee-Sarasota Sierra
Club holds a 5-inile Nvakka
State Park Walk 8-11 a.m.
Bring water, sturdy, wettable
shoes, sunscreen, insect repel-
lent and lunch if time allows.
RSVP to Sally at 484-4113.
Donation: $5.
Legion entertainment
The Larry Williams Band per-
forms 4-8 p.m. at the Amer-
ican Legion No-Vel Post 159,
145 E. Venice Ave. For more
information, call 488-1157.
Celebrate!
* The Italian American Club
of Venice hosts a Country
Western Independence Day
celebration, 5-9 p.m., featur-
ing live entertainment, great
food, fun and games at 1375
Ringling Drive. The menu
includes hot dogs, burgers,
chicken, chili, corn on the
cob and more. Horseshoes,
bocci and other activities for
the whole family. Tickets are
$8 for members and $10 for
nonmembers. Call Estelle at
223-4008.
* The Venice Gardens Home-
owners Association holds a
picnic for all Venice Gardens
residents, noon-4 p.m. at 406
Shamrock Blvd. Enjoy roast
pork, hot dogs, beans, corn
and more, plus games and
swimming. Entry fee: $3; kids
free. Members and nonmem-
bers welcome to learn about
the association. Call Gary at
493-3780.
Benefit
Venice-Nokomis Fraternal-
Order of Eagles 3482 holds a
pig roast benefit for a hospit-
alized member at 2 p.m. at
the Aerie at 621 Colonia Lane
in Nokomis. All members and
guests invited. AU you can eat
for $7. Call 828-7742. -:

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baritone Gary Reinstroms
perform favorites such as
"Battle Hymn of the Repub-
lic," America the Beautiful,
"God Bless the U.S.A." and
selections from "South Paci-
fic" when the Sarasota Con-
cert Band highlights the Ma-
rie Selby Botanical Gardens'
Tropical Fourth of July cele-
bration Monday; July 4 at4
6 p.m. on the Gardens' bay
front grounds. Festivities start
at 6 p.m. with a cookout, chil-
dren's games, face painting
and fireworks display over the
bay. Tickets are $18 for adults,
$17 for members, and free for
children 12 and younger, and
are available by calling 366-
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Reunion
The Venice High School All-Class Reunion takes place July 1
and 2 (rain date, July 3). All attendees of Venice-Nokomis High
School or Venice High School are welcome. Events throughout
Venice each day. Tonight. join the Alumni Meet and Greet at
locations throughout Venice, and tomorrow enjoy activities all
day long. Call 207-1212 or visit vhsalumni.net for details.
Volunteers needed. Call Amy at 416-3300.

Chili cookoff
The third annual Burr Smidt Memorial Chili Cookoff takes place
Saturday. July 2 at Englewood Beach-Chadwick Park Pavilion.
Chili is cooked on the premises and turned in to judges by
noon. Be a cook, judge or a taster. Entry fee is S20, or buy a
taste cup for S1. All proceeds benefit Suncoast Humane
Society. For more information, call Scott at 266-3799 or visit
chili.org

Patriotic singalong
Citizens of all ages are invited to celebrate their country
through song at "Red, White and Blue on July 2' at 1 p.m. at
Selby Public Library, Geldbart Auditorium, 1331 First St.,
Sarasota. Enjoy favorites like "Yankee Doodle Dandy' and
"Take Me Out to the Ballgame.' No registration necessary.
Call 861-1174.


online at selby.org.
* Watch the city of Venice
fireworks display shortly after
sunset around 9 p.m. The fire-
works will be shot from the
South Jetty, but will be visible
from spots along area beach-
es and throughout the com-
munity. The South Jetty will
Sbe closed all day Monday.
* Electric Myakka performs
vintage rock, noon-4 p.m.
July 4 at Snook Haven, 5000
E. Venice Ave. Call Brad at
342-6419.
* Come one, come all to the
Fourth of July dance at 7:30
p.m. Monday at Bay Indies'
Indies Hall, 950 Ridgewood in
Venice. Bill Milner provides
the music. BYOB; snacks and
setups provided. Tickets are
$7 for residents and $9 for
nonresidents, available at the
door. Doors open at 7 p.m.
* The Venice-Nokomis Elks
hold an Independence Day
:-picnic on Monday, July 4,
4-7 p.m. at 119 E. Venice Ave.
Enjoy hamburgers, hot dogs,
salads, baked beans and draft
beer and gun soda. Enter-
tainment by the Kool Katz.
Tickets are $8 at the door.
Parties of eight or more can
RSVP to 486-1854. Lounge is
open 2-10 p.m.
* PBS' musical extravaganza, a
bevy of celebrities and a fire-
works display highlight "A
Capitol Fourth," televised on
PBS from the West Lawn of
the U.S. Capitol, 8-9:30 p.m.
It can also be heard live in
stereo over National Public
Radio and is broadcast to U.S.
military personnel in more
than 135 countries- by the
American Forces Radio and
Television Network.

TUESDAY,
JULY 5
Elks dinner
The Venice Nokomis Elks
Lodge holds a roast pork din-
ner, 5-7 p.m. at 119 E. Venice
Ave. Cost is $6. Call 486-1854. .
Adoption information
Lifelink's Sarasota regional
international adoption office
hosts a free information meet-
ing at 6:30 p.m. at First
Congregational Church UCC,
1031 S. Euclid Ave. Call 957-
1614 or visit lifelinkadop-
tion.org.

Jacaranda Public Library, 4143


Woodmere Park Blvd., Venice,
861-1270
* Jacaranda Library Book Club
discusses "The Passion of
Artemesia" by Susan Vreeland,
9:30-11 a.m. June Wood facili-
tates the discussion. All are
welcome.
* Doggie Tales lets children
and their parents read to
trained pet therapy dogs, 3-4
p.m.
Creative kids
* Venice Public Library, 300 S.
Nokomis Ave., invites ele-
mentary-age children to learn
how to make a woodblock
print, 3 p.m. with instructor
Andrew Kiss. No registration
necessary. Materials provided.
Free and open to all children.
Call 861-1348.
* Lemon Bay Playhouse holds
summer theater camp for ages
7-12, July 18-30, Monday-
Friday mornings. Cost is $50.
Registration begins July 5. Call
(941) 475-6756 or visit 96 W
Dearborn St., Englewood.

The Women's Resource Center
of Sarasota County, 806 Pine-
brook Road, Venice, 485-9724
*Yoga, 10:30-noon. Fee: $5.
* Women's Support and Em-
powerment Group, 6-7:30
p.m. Led by Billie Gimenez,
MS, LMFT. Fee: $5.


Sept. 27 at the Counti
Estates Clubhouse, 70(
Waterway on Venice
Cost is $5 per person
door. Call Gayle at 484-
* Gotta Dance Studio,
Center, 303 South Ta
Trail in Nokomis, offe
entine Tango Basics f
ginners, 8-9:30 p.m. $1
486-0326.
Stamp Club
The Sarasota Philateli
meets 7-9 p.m. at th
tarian Church, 3975 F
Road in Sarasota. Ever
welcome. David Me
presents Postal Systel
fore the UPU. Call 376-
Pilates
Certified Pilates ins
Randi Green teaches an
ing six-week sessionl
exercise ball for -beg
Tuesday, 4-5:15 p.m.
renity Gardens in the
yard Plaza in Venice.
$75 for six weeks or
walk-ins. Call 497-2239
Tuesday bingo
Venice Gardens Civic
406 Shamrock Blvd.,
open at 11 a.m., bingo
noon. Hot dogs and
available. Public we
Call 493-6541.

WEDNESBDAI,
JULY 6 '
Kiwanis
The Kiwanis Club of
meets for lunch ever
nesday at noon at the
Inn of Venice, 455 Noi
41 BBypass. July 6,
Boyd, Southwet Flor
chair for- National A
for Autism Research i
speaker. Visitors we
Call Irene at 484-6022.
Orchids
The Venice Area Orch
ety meets at 7:30 p.m
Venice Masonic Lodge
Venice Ave. Enter v
Miami Avenue across
the hardware store
public is welcome. C
at 488-4845 or visit vao
Moms meeting
The MOMS Club of
North, a support gr
stay-at-home moms, r
10 a.m. in the youth
ment meeting room a
Public Library, 300 S.
mis Ave. Meteorologis
Karnes discusses hu
preparedness. Child
welcome; a snack and
providedThe public
come. For mfiore inf6o
call Heather at 587-102
Grilling demonstrate
The Venice Senior Frie
Cafe, 2350 Scenic Driv
a summer grilling c
-demonstration at 1
Monday, July 1. Prese
the University of Flo
tension Service: Donal
RSVP by July 6 to 584-
584-0031.
'Good Evening'


ry Club
0 North
island.
at the
0066.
4-Bays
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classes to discuss hurricane
shutters, 2-3:30 p.m. Wednes-
days, July 6 and Aug. 10. Class
is free, but registration is
required. Call 316-1200.
Masterpieces
The Sarasota Music Archive's
Masters and Masterpieces
Forum presents Mozart's In-
strumental Works as part of
its weekly forum, 10:30-11:45
a.m. at Selby Library, Geldbart
Auditorium, 1331 First St.
Presented by Dr. John Good-
man. No prior knowledge
necessary; all sessions are
free and open to the public.
To learn more, call 861-1175
or e-mail vneumann@scgov.
net.


3tructor Dancing
n ongo- Lola Miller leads line dance
n with lessons on Wednesdays at
ginners Venice United Church of
at Se- Christ, 620 Shamrock Blvd.
Brick- Beginners lessons, 5:30-6:30
Cost is p.m.; intermediate, 6:30-8:30
$15 for p.m. Cost: $4. Call Miller at
I. 493-9665.
Beginning line dance classes
take place at Jacaranda Trace,
Center, Wednesdays, 7:15-8:45 p.m.
Doors $4 per class. hIstructor: lackie
starts at Wheeler. Call 493-2776.
snacks Gotta Dance Studio, 4-Bays
welcome. Center, 303 South Tamiami
Trail in Nokomis, holds ball-
room dancing every Wednes-
day and Friday. Group lesson
7-8 p.m.; open dancing until
1 0 p.m. $7, snacks included.
Call486-0326.

SSenior Friendship Centers,
Vemce Epiphany Parish Hall, 305 W
S eHida Tampa Ave., Venice
Soliday 9 a.m.Wake-up exercise.
SIharon 9:30 a.m., Quilting with Liz.
Sharon Call 493-3065.
Sidance *10a.m.,Mahjong
iance 10 a.m., Needlepoint and
is guess knitting
come. 10:30 a.m., blood-pressure
checks
noon, bridge
id Soci- Senior Friendship Centers,
at the 2350 Scenic Drive, Venice,
,118 E. 584-0052
ia fEast Beginners Spanish, 1-3:30
3s from p.m.
. The p.m.
e. The Attorney consultations,
all oy Wednesday 9:30-11:30 a.m.
s.org. with Elizabeth Weis, Attorney
Emeritus with Legal Aid of
Venice-Manasota. Reserve your time
enifor- slot by calling 584-0075.
oup for
neets at Wednesday bingo
depart-
tVenice 6 p.m. at the American Le-
SVNoko- gion No-Vel Post 159, 145 E.
t Nok Venice Ave. Call 488-1157.
t David
irricane
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activity
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cooking
1- a.m.
noted by
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ion: $3.
0090 or


Anglers Club Florida Studio Theatre's Sum-
The Sarasota Sportsfishing merfest 2005 season contin-
The Sarasotaues with the funny and smart
Anglers Club meets at 7:30 sketch comedy revue, "Good
p.m. at the D.A.V., 2445 Evening," uly 6-24 in the
Fruitville Road in Sarasota. Keaing"heatre 1241 N. Palm
Capt. Eddie Toomer, formerPalm
Capt. Eddie Toomer, former Ave., Sarasota. Tickets for the
owner of Capt. Ecdie's Sea- show, writt
food Restaurant, speaks about Moore and te Cook, are
offshore fishing. Call Terry at $26-$28 and areavailable a
320-2613. -8 are available at
320-2613. the box officeorby calling
Study Shakespeare 366-9000.
The Shakespeare reading and:' Democratic club
discussion group meets a Donald Leidel former am-
Selby Public Library, 1331 a r Ba.ran eaks
First St., Sarasota, Tuesdays, about foreign and oes
2-3:30 p.m. All are welcome. oli Issues andDemocratic
Call 721-8390 or 924-3710. Policy Issues at theDemocratic
Strategies at theDerntiocratic
Senior Fr p C Club of Sarasota lunch meet-
Senior Friendship Centers, ing Saturday, July 9 at the
2350 Scenic Drive, Venice, Meadows Co Club, 3101
584-0052 Meadows Contry Club, 3101
9 a., w d c Longmeadow,SSarasota. Social



* 10 a.m. blood-pressur -.reservesasoa-
checks.m., lunch atn* n
Dance events Huicon prepa ion
* Summer square dance pois-- Florida House Learning
level workshops will be held House, 4600 South Beneva
3-5 p.m. Tuesday, June 7- Road, Sarasota, offers two


Obediente classes
The Grieafer Venice Florida
Dog Club offers classes in
puppy training ($50), basic
obedience ($-70) and confor-
mation classes ($6 per night)
Tuesday nights at the South
Venice Civic Association
Building on Alligator Drive.
Class sizes are limited and
are offered in seven-week
sessions. For more informa-
tion and registration; call Terri
at 423-6945.

American Legion No-Vel Post
159, 145 E. Venice Ave., Ven-
ice, 488-1157.
* Monday: all day hot dogs,
$2; line dancing, 4:30-6:30
p.m.; third Monday: 10:30
a.m., executive board meet-
ing; fourth Monday: 7:30
p.m., 40/8 promenade.
* Tuesday-Friday: 11 a.m.-
2 p.m., lunch; Second Tues-
day: 7:30Q p.m., auxiliary
meeting; third Tuesday: 7:30
p.m. Post meeting.
*Wednesdays: 6-8 p.m. Bingo,
food available; first Wednes-
day: 11 a.m., Amphibious
Forces meeting. Call 497-
0345; second Wednesday: 11
a.fh.; Waves meeting.
* Thursdays: 5-8 p.m., wings
and -urgers; first Thursday:
11 a.m., WACs meeting.
* Friday: 6-8 p.m., dinner;
7-10Q~.E.3dancing.
SSaturdays: all day belly-
bumterJirotogs, $2.

nirofia] iges are invited to
sing -7i-- The New Venice
ponidoliers Barbershop
C horus,Mondays at 6:30 p.m.
C. Please see VENUE, 7B


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CONTACT US
JEREMY ROTTGEN
WELL-BEING EDITOR
(941)207-1143
jrottgen@venicegondolier.com


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STAFF REPORT
Dr. Christine Cauffield,
president and chief execu-
tive officer of Coastal
Behavioral Healthcare, has
been appointed as a dele-
gate to the 2005 White
House Conference on Aging
by Florida
Gov. Jeb Bush. The confer-
ence is held once a decade
to make policy recommen-
dations to the president and
Congress regarding aging
issues for the next decade.
The date for the conference


is Dec. 11-14.
The 2005 White House
Conference of Aging occurs
as the first wave of the baby
boomer generation prepare
for retirement. It is estimat-
ed that more than 78 million
baby boomers will turn 60 in
2006.
"The timing of the con-
ference provides an ideal
opportunity to creatively
assess aging issues in
America and to develop
plans that will improve the
lives of older Americans,"
said Dr. Cauffield. "I am


honored to be selected by
our governor to participate
in this vital conference
which will help shape a
positive future for aging
Americans."
CBH provides nationally
awarded Best Practice geri-
atric therapeutic programs
that include services which
address mental health,
substance abuse and pre-
scription drug misuse
issues.
Dr. Cauffield completed
her Internship and post-
doctoral residency at Har-


vard Medical
School, with
a specialty in
geriatric c
neuropsy- .
chology. She
has authored
numerous
articles and
recently Cauffield
completed a
book chapter on caregiving,
grief and loss in the recently
pub-lished "Optimal Aging
Manual: Your Guide from
Experts in Medicine, Law
and Finance."


Always practice food safety at home


PAT STAHL, R.PH.
GUEST (OLUIMNI~
Food is essential for all life
- but it can also be our undo-
ing. In fact, according to the
Centers for Disease Control
and Prevention, disease car-
ried on food sickens approxi-
mately 76 million Americans
each year. And that's only
the reported cases. Many we
never even hear about.
The sad fact is that most
could easily have been pre-
vented. Leaving food out un-
refrigerated for even a short
time invites trouble. Bacterial
counts can double in just 20
minutes when they have the
warmth, moisture and pro-
tein commonly found on
and in food. This can spell dis-
aster especially for the
elderly or those suffering
from chronic diseases such as
diabetes, arthritis or impaired
immune systems.
Put food in the refrigerator
- even if it's just being kept
for a short time. If you forget


and leave it out overnight,
throw it out no matter how
innocent it may still look.
Human digestive health is
largely a battle between us
and bacteria. An odd fact is
that the sheer number of
bacteria on food is usually
what sickens us not so
much the type.
Stock up on plastic dog-
gie/people bags. The zip
kind are most convenient.
Use them to protect leftover
foods being saved for tomor-
row. And keep a magic mark-
er on hand. Use it to label
the bag with the date. Then
try to eat the contents with-
in two to four days, says the
U.S. Department of Agricul-
ture. After that, throw it out.
That's because the bacteria
are still there.
They just multiply much
slower in the refrigerator.
Food safety is equally impor-
tant in the supermarket.
Check the dates stamped on
perishable foods especially
meats, poultry and seafood.
And don't buy more than you
can eat. A surprising amount
of food poisoning comes
from people's reluctance to


throw out excess food.
Check the temperature
settings in your refrigerator.
Some come with temperature
gauges. If yours doesn't, get a
refrigerator thermometer at
the local hardware store.
They're cheap and a good
investment. Your refrigerator
needs to stay between 36 and
40 degrees. The freezer
should read zero degrees.
Anything higher needs a ser-
vice call. Unrefrigerated foods
- flour, sugar, cereals and
pasta need to be checked reg-
ularly for insects. Florida is
insect heaven. Bugs will
quickly discover a free food
source and move in. Keep
things sealed in metal con-
tainers or in large plastic bags.
Keep work surfaces and
counters clean enough to eat
off. Otherwise, whatever is
residing on work surfaces
can readily become an un-
wanted part of your dinner.
A final note: If you have
any cuts or sores on your
fingers or hands, either cover
them with bandages or wear
rubber gloves while prepar-
ing food. This works two
ways. Bacteria from sores


have a nasty way of multiply-
ing on foods and making your
digestive system sick. Con-
versely, getting food particles
under your skin is an invita-
tion to serious infection. In
conclusion, remember that
nothing tastes better than
food that you know has been
prepared under sanitary con-
ditions. To your good health!
Pat Stahl, RNis Clinical
Coordinator of the Venice
office ofNursingResources,
providers of private home
nursing care.

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YOur ray of hope just got brighter in Venice.


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Local grants available

for HIV/AIDS prevention


STAFF REPORT


The Sarasota County
Health Department is accept-
ing HIV/AIDS Prevention and
Intervention grant applica-
tions for fiscal year 2005/06,


beginning Monday, July 11,
2005. Agencies and organiza-
tions who desire to have
projects considered for fund-
ing should obtain an appli-
cation from the Sarasota
County Health Department's


Health Promotion office at
2200 Ringling Boulevard, Sara-
sota. Completed applications
are due on or before 5 p.m. on
Friday, August 12, 2005. For
more information, call Judit
llyes at (941) 861-2968.


If you or someone you know are aged 45 to 90 and
have mild memory loss, a local medical facility is
taking part in a national clinical research study to
evaluate the safety and effectiveness of an oral,


investigational medication for mild
impairment. Qualified participants will


cognitive
receive


complete study-related physical exams, lab work,
electrocardiograms and cognitive evaluations at no
charge while taking part in this study. If you or
someone you know is otherwise healthy but having
evidence of memory loss, call today to find out about
this study for mild cognitive impairment.



Cente ForClhft~l Tials


Ifyouor someone you
love has cancer, the
celebrated sunshine of Venice
just got a little brighter.
The, Wellness Community of Southwest
Florida offers FREE comprehensive services
for support, education and hope so you'll never
have to face the daily emotional and physical
challenges of recovery alone.
From first-time to ongoing support groups
to yoga, nutritional counseling, updated
information on new drugs/treatments and
much more, The Wellness Community has
been shining a ray of hope to thousands of


GulflCoast
.f VeoIU


patients and families nation-
wide. and is now in Venice.
Whether you've just been
diagnosed or have been dealing with a long-
term therapy, call us for more information,
schedules and special groups for spouses or
children. You're not alone and your ray of
hope just got brighter here in Venice.
CALL FOR SCHEDULES: 941-921-5539
ALL PROGRAMS MEET AT:
Jacaranda Trace, 3600 William Penn Way
Enrichment Center, Cadbury Commons Building
DIRECTIONS: South onUS 41,left on Jacaranda
Blvd., left on Parkmere Blvd., left to William Penn
Way Questions? Call 941-921-5539.


the
wellness.
community
southwest florida
cancer support, education and hope
941.921.5539 www.wellness-swfl.org

These programs are generously supported by a grant
from Gulf Coast Community Foundation of Venice.


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CONTACT US
(941) 207-1000


Citizens Dispute


Program can


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ELLEN HILLSTROM
COLUMNIST


Out of the eligible 7,600
households in our South Ven-
ice Subdivision, only 1,000 are
dues-paying members of the
South Venice Civic Asso-
ciation. Yet, as the community
representative for everyone
here, we continue to inform
and assist in many ways.
One is to help keep the
neighborhoods safe and clean
and to preserve our property
values. Sometimes we are
called upon to settle disputes
between neighbors as well.
Enter the Citizen Dispute
Settlement Program. I knew
the program was available to
businesses but had not real-
ized it is available for neigh-
borhood problems as well.
Consider the following:
The Citizens Dispute Set-
tlement Program gives indi-
viduals the opportunity to
resolve their disputes in a
neutral and confidential set-
ting through mediation. Me-
diators are Supreme Court-


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certified volunteers who
donate their time and exper-
tise to this program to serve
the public.
Participants can avoid
court costs, as there is
absolutely no charge for the
services. The mediator does
not act as a judge or a lawyer
but assists the parties to reach
an agreement, and then the
agreement is put into writing.
Participation is available to
any person who has a com-
plaint against another person
that could, but not necessari-
ly would, result in court pro-
ceedings. Mediation can help
resolve problems of family dis-
putes, harassment or threats,
landlord-tenant problems,
neighborhood disputes, nui-
sances and property damage.
There are hearing locations
throughout the 12th Judicial
Circuit for your convenience.
For us it would be the South
County Administration Cen-
ter at 4000 South Tamiami
Trail, second floor. You may
contact the program at 861-
7833 by telephone or e-mail:
hblanton@scgov.net. Visit the
Web site at 12circuit.state
.fl.us.
Not many of our residents
need this service, but it is
good to know it is available.
Have a safe and fun-filled
Fourth of July weekend.
Ellen Hillstrom is the
South Venice Civic
Association Development
director She writes a regular
column for this page.


SUN PHOTO BY KHARLI ROSE
Skateboarder John Arale, 15, performs a trick at the North Port Skatepark with sponsorship from Shade-E skateboards, owned by
North Port resident Hector Hernandez.


Local man ventures into 'board' games


Hector Hernandez is taking his skateboarding to
a new level, designing boards and clothes.


BY ELAINE ALLEN-EMRICH
NORTH PORT ASSISTANT EDITOR


Integrating a business pro-


posal and his hobby, Hector
Hernandez is now busy sell-
ing his own brand of skate-
boards and T-shirts.
The 27-year-old has lived
in North Port most of his life.


He studied marketing and
has worked in several profes-
sions, including managing a
computer store and a record-
ing studio.
"I'm an entrepreneur," he
said. "I tried music for a little
while and then computers.
I've done a little bit of every-
thing. What I'm really good at


is marketing."
Eight years ago, Heman-
dez was excited at the pros-
pect of a new skate park in
North Port. As a skater, he
knew this would give young
people in the city more to do.
He took the park opening a
Please see BOARD, 15B


MCC fall enrollment under way


Enrollment for all students
is now under way for fall term
2005 classes at Manatee
Community College. The last
day new student applications
will be accepted for admis-
sion for Fall term classes is
Monday, Aug. 15.
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's Web site
Please see MCC, 15B


JULY 1ST ALUMNI MEET & GREET 7 PM to Midnight
A $10 donation at one location get's you into any of the following locations.
Receive a wrist band, special drink prices and appetizers. Transportation is
available between locations at no charge from 8 PM to Midnight.
Left Coast Seafood Co., 750 US 41 Byp N. Classes of 1930 to 1969
T.J. Carney's, 231 W. Venice Avenue The 70's
1 Buffalo Bills Holiday Inn, 455 US 41 Byp N. The 80's *B

Bogey's Restaurant, 652 E. Venice Ave. Classes of 1990 to 2005

JULY 2ND- PARTY IN THE PARK & ALUMNI PARTY ainate:
-July 3rd


k raPl ainnetneC Downtown Venice
10 AM to 4 PM Visit the Venice Archives and view


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a special display of Venice Schools at the Triangle Join the Wacky Warrior Games!
Inn on Nassau Street. Teams: Eight people, four must be
9 AM to 2 PM Historical Society Train Depot Tours. VHS alumni! $20 entry fee per team.
12 PM to 5 PM Kids' PlayArea and Food Vendors Open Registerwith Marilyn Arnall at
(941) 350-9575 or
Blood Drive by the Florida Blood Centers until 4 PM (941) 350-9575 or
S 6 _1 I"'0 .nolegirl83@yahoo.com.


1 PM to 3 FM Live Music oy Soul source
2 PM to 4:30 PM Wacky Warrior Games
4 PM to 6 PM Live Music by Vertigo
7 PM to 9:30.PM Live Music by the GunnRunners
10 PM to 2 AM Alumni Party at the Venice Island
Pub with Live Music by the Big Kahuna Band
100 W. Venice Ave., Upstairs


We need volunteers...
Call Amy Baker at
(941)416-3300.
All proceeds benefit the Venice
High School Alumni
Association's scholarship


: For more info. www.vhsalumni.net or call (941) 207-1212.


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JULY 1,2005 RELIGION


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


'These are the times


that try men's souls'


BENNETT GROSS
RELIGION COLUMNIST

These words of Thomas
Paine that resounded
through an embattled and
fledgling nation in 1776 are
as applicable today as they
were then.
The liberties that his fel-
low patriots fought so bravely
for are in danger of being
stifled by those bent on trans-
lating their religious beliefs
into governmental action.
I know I have voiced my
concerns before but hardly
a day goes by that religious
beliefs are brought to bear
into politics and the divide
becomes wider. Tolerance of
others' beliefs is cast aside in
a maelstrom of emotion.
Witness the attempts to
"put God back" into the pub-
lic square on issues such as
education, evolution, same
sex marriage, the structure of
our court systems and even
the Ten Commandments.
Matters of science have be-
come a moral issue rather
than one of the common
welfare.
Nowhere is this clearer
than the controversy over
stem cell research. Those op-
posed consider all embryos,
even the day-old microscopic
form used to derive stem cells
in a laboratory dish, as
emerging human life.
In fact they bear none of
the attributes associated
with humanity and, sitting
outside of the womb, have
no chance of developing into
babies. The only way they
can is through "embryo do-
nation," that is, donating


them to couples who have
trouble conceiving children.
But though it may appear
to be a humanistic approach
to infertility, there is reluc-
tance on the donor's part to
have them become part of
another family, and hence the
vast majority are discarded.
While the religious con-
victions of any part of our
society deserve respect, that
does not mean that they
should be able to dictate
public policy or to tread on
the beliefs of others who have
equally strong faith.
John C. Danforth, an or-
dained Episcopal minister
and former Republican sena-
tor from Iowa, stated in a
recent article in The New
York Times that those deem-
ed moderates also speak from
the depths of their beliefs but
question the need to codify
their beliefs into the laws of
the land.
"For us the only absolute
standard of behavior is the
commandment to love our
neighbor as we love our-
selves. When we see an op-
portunity to save our neigh-
bors' lives through stem cell
research, we believe that it is
our duty to pursue that re-
search and to oppose legisla-
tion that would impede us
from doing so."
This is in keeping with the
Jewish commandment that
whoever saves one life is
considered by the Torah to
have saved the whole world.
From Maimonides to Louis
Pasteur to Jonas Salk and
Albert Sabin, Jewish doctors
have made their mark help-
ing to save lives through the
discovery of innovative med-
ical treatments.
Hadassah, the world's
largest women's organization,
has followed that path by
dedicating its existence to
life-saving work in Israel and
advocacy in the United States,
in this case in support of stem
cell research.

Please see GROSS, 7B


Venice
Presbyterian
Church

Magnificent Music
10 am Worship
Childcare available
Wed., Eve "Journey through the
Old Testment" 6:30 pm
On the Island, 2 blocks south ofVenice
Regional Hospital on the Rialto
S 488-2258
www.venicepresbyterian.org


Rev. Randy E. Burt, Pastor
Eric Diehl, Assistant/Youth Pastor
A strong emphasis on charismatic
worship and the gospel of
salvation through Jesus Christ.


You're Invited
CHRIST UNITED
METHODIST
CHURCH
Steven Miller, Pastor
Larry Potts, Associate Pastor
Sunday Morning Worship
Year Round 10:30am
Nov.-Apr. 8:30am & 10:30am
Sunday School 9:00am
Nursery Provided For All Services
493-7504
1475 Center Road, Venice
www.cumc.info


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


RELIGION BRIEFS


Summer camp
* Grace United Methodist
Church, 400 E. Field Ave.,
Venice, holds a five-day
Prayer Safari for kids 3-11 July
25-29, 9 a.m.-noon. Songs,
skits, crafts, games, snacks
and more. Free. Register at
MYVBS.com/GUMCvenice
or call 488-1374.
* Emmanuel Lutheran
Church and St. Mark's Epis-
copal Church are co-hosting
Vacation Bible School July
27-Aug. 1 at Emmanuel Lu-
theran, 790 South Tamiami
Trail (488-4942) or St. Mark's,
513 S. Nassau St. (488-7714),
both in Venice. Grades K-
five meet 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Pre-
schoolers ages 3-5 meet
9 a.m.-noon. Lunch is avail-
able for a small donation.
Registration forms are avail-
able at both churches.
* The Church of the Re-
deemer, 222 S. Palm Ave.,
Sarasota, is accepting regis-
tration for Vacation Bible
School for ages 4 through fifth
grade. Students will help
create benches for a Habitat
for Humanity project, Aug.
1-5, 9 a.m.-noon. Cost is
$10 per child for the week.
Call 955-4263.
Concert
New Life Assembly of God
hosts a free concert by Jan
and Phil Enloe Sunday, July 3,
at 10:30 a.m. at 2119 South
Tamiami Trail in Venice. All
are welcome. Call 493-0775.
Vigil
Church of the Trinity MCC
holds a vigil titled Keep the
Light On, 2 p.m., Sunday, July
3 at 7225 North Lockwood
Ridge Road in Sarasota. The
event will be an opportunity
to remember Jason Gale-
house and Michael Wach-
holtz and to participate in
preventing and solving
crimes perpetrated against
gay men in Tampa. Attend-
ing the event will be moth-
ers of some of the victims as
well as Tampa police and
other speakers. All are wel-
come. Call 355-0847.
Pancakes
Emmanuel Lutheran
Church holds a free pancake


supper the last Sunday of
every month, 4:30-6 p.m. at
800 South Tamiami Trail in
Venice. Come for juice, coffee,
pancakes and bacon.
Women's events
* Women's Connection's
Today's American Woman in
Style luncheon takes place
Tuesday, July 5, 11:30 a.m.-
1 p.m. at Michael's On East
in Sarasota. Music by Sam
and Anita Lane; speaker is
Carolyn Ersig. Cost: $19. RSVP
to Carol at 341-0555 or e-mail
dottyzeigler@yahoo. com.
* Sarasota Christian Women's
Club I hosts a Happy Birth-
day, America luncheon at 10
a.m. Thursday, July 7, at
Laurel Oak Country Club,
2700 Gary Player Blvd.,
Sarasota. Featuring speaker
Maria Goodsell and a mini-
concert by Ricky Russell.
RSVP to cwcfl.net or call
Marcia at 924-2189.
Book swap
In keeping with their
identity as "people of the
book," members of the Jew-
ish Community Center of
Venice will bring a book or
two to Friday night services
July 8. And in return they'll
take home a book or two.
Cantor MarciVitkus officiates.
Call 484-2022.
'King of the Jungle'
First Baptist Church of
Venice presents a night of
music and drama presented
by the music camp kids, 7
p.m. Friday, July 15, at 312 W
Miami Ave. Refreshments
follow. Call 485-1314.
Potluck
Prior to the Jewish Com-
munity Center of Venice
Friday night services July 22,
there will be a potluck dinner
at 6 p.m. of dairy dishes.
Guest rabbi Bruce Diamond
will officiate at the Shabbat
service, accompanied by
Cantor Marci Vitkus. Call
484-2022.
Anniversary celebration
The community is invited
to celebrate the first anniver-

Please see RELIGION, 7B


LAKESIDE LUTHERAN
t CHURCH
2401 S. Tamiami Trail
Across from So. Cty. Admin. Bldg.
The Rev. Dr. Randy Winkel
493-5102
S www.lakesidelutheran.net
S Worship 8:00 & 10:30 a.m.
Adult Bible Study 9:15
Sunday School & Nursery 10:30
Youth Group Sundays at 6 p.m.
PRESCHOOL 497-5858
Christian Marriage & Family Counseling
Counseling Office 493-5102





Nursery-Children-Youth Groups
Cell Groups-Bible Institute
Sunday SeMes 9:00 & 10:40 a.m.
2395 I. Sharrock (Ahtusf 41)
493-2788
mwiM.venicebiblechchuch.com


GRACE UNITED
METHODIST CHURCH
Open Hearts, Open Minds, Open
Doors
400 E. Field Ave., Venice, FL
488-1374
10:30 AM
Traditional Worship
S10:30 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


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



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


However painful,

on request, relinquish

to its rightful owner


DONNA MARTONFI
RELIGION COLUMNIST

Since my entire weekend
was going to be preoccupied
with overnight guests and
family whom I had not seen
since last fall, my concern was
that I would not have an
opportunity to write an article
(this article) in time for my
Monday morning deadline. I
'would not have been as anx-
ious had I at least one single
thought in my head. My
mind was totally blank even
though I had been praying
intermittently for days asking
God for an idea, a scripture
or ANYTHING that would
give me even the slightest
indication of what was on his
heart for this month.
God was silent. There was
not even an inkling of a
message, much less one in its
entirety, but I was confident
that God would not leave me
in the lurch so I determined
to not let this hinder my
spending quality time with
my boys and my company.
After supper we were all
sitting around sharing stories
about the things that greatly
impacted and influenced our
lives. I happened to remem-
ber a very powerful and dra-
matic story that I had read
years ago from Richard
Wurmbrand's devotional that
became a tremendous lesson
by which I have since gov-
erned my own life. As I was
relating the story, my hus-
band's shoulders started
shaking and he began to sob.
Our friend Anthony also


started to weep and wipe
tears from his eyes. I looked
around the room and real-
ized how much it had
touched everyone's heart and
then I thought, "I HAVE an
article for Monday."
It is powerful. It is moving.
It will melt your heart. It
could have such an impact
on you that for the rest of
your life it may change your
response to those thingsthat
go drastically and unexpect-
edly wrong or your response
when situations arise that are
beyond your control.
The story was about a
pastor and his wife who had
two little boys. One day
while the pastor was at work
the boys climbed up the tree
that was in their yard as they
had done many times before.
Unfortunately on this sad day
they climbed just a little high-
er and the branch they were
on broke and they fell to their
deaths.
On finding both her sons
lying dead on the ground, the
mother gently picked up one
boy and carried him upstairs
and laid him on his bed and
then did the same with the
other son. When her husband
arrived home and inquired
about the boys she simply
stated that they were upstairs
and that they would be hav-
ing dinner without them be-
cause she wanted to discuss a
serious problem with him.
' She then proceeded to tell
her husband that even
though she was not a very
vain woman that she had
borrowed a set of diamond
earrings from her neighbor.
She went on to explain that
while he was at work she,
would put them on and gaze
Please see MARTONFI, 7B

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



in worship...






Worship: 10am
Church School: 11:15am
Nursery Provided
4365 State Road 776 Venice
493-0018 www.trinitypc.org


Sunday Worship Services
Children Welcome, All Ages
Sunday School 10:30AM
Metaphysical Bookstore
Workshops, Classes,
Yoga &T'ai Chi
Unity Church of Venice
125 N. Jackson Road, Venice, Florida
Please join us for Sunday Services
10:30 AM
Rev. Patricia Reiter
941-484-5342
www.veniceunity.com
Discover Unity's positive, practical
Christianity.


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


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



New Hope

Christian Church

PEOPLE OF ENCOURAGEMENT
SUNDAY MORNING SERVICE at 10:00
Contemporary Music Casual Dress Practical Messages Great Coffee
S249 South Tamiami Trail Palm Square Shopping Center ~ Nokomis
488-8051 or www.newhopepeople.org


local worship services


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


fe c/ j _pbcopal i/au
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
10:00 a.m. Holy Communion (with nursery)
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 awards scholarships


Grace United Methodist
Church in Venice and Grace
United Methodist Women are
giving a total of 26 college
scholarships for the coming
year. Church funds come
from interest and donations.


UMW funds come from do-
nations and primarily from
the annual Tour of Homes,
lunch and bazaar. This year's
event takes place Dec. 2-3.
All 26 recipients are from
families in the Venice-


N ,


Brendon Kingsbury, Nicole White, Deanna Pfundtner and Samuel Waldron are
four of the nine students awarded scholarships from Grace United Methodist
Church in Venice. All nine are planning careers in ministry or fields of service
to others.


Nokomis area. The nine
awarded church funds are
aiming toward careers in min-
istry or fields of service to oth-
ers. Recipients include Will
Diefenbach (Southeastern
College), Brendon Kingsbury,
Brian and Mark Cogburn, and
Nicole White (University of
Florida), Erin Beebe (Auburn
University), Samuel Waldron
(University of Miami), De-
anna Pfundtner (Robert
Wesleyan College) and Mary
Samoge-Wismer (Asbury
Theological Seminary).
UMW Scholarships were
awarded to five high school
seniors from Venice High
School and Pine View. The
other 12 recipients have com-
pleted at least one year of
higher education. The 17
recipients are Ashlei Beebe
(Auburn University), Megan
Boatwright, Crystal Knoke
and Koola Nicholson (Uni-
versity of South Florida),
Sarah Knoke, Kristy Wright


PHOTOS COURTESY OF GRACE UNITED METHODIST.C04HRCH
Koola Nicholson, Kacie Rogers, Elizabeth Levine, Holly Kane, Lisa Rollinson, Paul Tilton, Crystal Knoke, Sarah Knoke,
Justin von Marschall, Zachary Klingbeil, Ben Klingbeil, Erik Zeigler and Kristy Wright were awarded scholarships from
Grace United Methodist Church.


and Erik Zeigler (Manatee
Community College), Eliza-
beth Levine (Vanderbilt Uni-
versity), Mallory Jones, Holly
Kane, Ben Klingbeil and Lisa


Rollinson (University of
Florida), Zachary Klingbeil
(Florida State University),
Kacie Rogers (Florida South-
ern University), Paul Tilton


(Keiser College), Sandra
Grossman (University of
Mississippi) and Justin von
Marschall (Sarasota County
Technical Institute).


RELIGION from page 6B


sary of Chavurah Ner Tamid
with advisor Rabbi Barbara
Aiello at 3 p.m. Sunday, Aug.
7, at Lakeside South Club-
house, 3817 W. 40th Ave.,.
Bradenton. Rabbi Aiello will
share her experiences as
Italy's first woman rabbi in
a presentation on Jewish-
Christian-Muslim Relations
- A European Perspective:
What's Happening in Europe
and is it Good for the Jews? A
dessert buffet will be served;
Donation: $18 per person.
RSVP to (941) 755-1231.
Promise Keepers
Join First Baptist Church
for "The Awakening" at the
T.D. Waterhouse Centre in
Orlando, Aug. 19 and 20. Press
on toward a life of boldness,
wisdom and purpose. Trans-
portation provided. Call Jack
at 493-1984 or the church at
485-1314.


Singles
The Palm Singles (age 50-
plus), meets Mondays at 6
p.m. for dinner and a pro-
gram at Church of the Palms,
3224 Bee Ridge Road in
Sarasota. All singles are invit-
ed to enjoy these and many
other activities. Call 924-7430.
Study
New Life Assembly of God
holds a Kingdom Builders
study Tuesdays at 7 p.m. at
2119 South Tamiami Trail in
the Galleria Plaza in Venice.
The group focuses on God's
divine purpose. Call Brooks
at 284-6849.
Gospel sing-along
Bring your favorite gospel
songs and join Pastor Randy
and the musicians and sing-
ers of New Life Assembly of
God every Friday, one hour
before sunset near the life-


GROSS from page 6B


In addition Hadassah
-mmbers have accepted the
life-saving challenge by. rais-
ing funds to furnish a state-
of-the-art stem cell research
lab at the Hadassah Uni-
versity Medical Center at Ein
Kerem in Israel.
For them, as for others who
believe in a God who reaches
out to all human beings,
embryonic research holds
the promise to treat more
than 100 million Americans
affected by fatal and disabl-.
ing diseases such as diabetes,
Parkinson's disease, Alzheim-
er's disease, multiple sclerosis
and spinal cord injuries.
Political journalist and


commentator Bill Moyers
summed it up so well: "We
must match the science of
human health," he wrote, "to
what the ancient Israelites
called hochma the science
of the heart, the capacity to
see and feel and then act as if
the future depended on us."
It does, doesn't it?
Shalom.

Bennett Gross is Commun-
ication Chair of the Jewish
Community Center of
Venice as well as the Venice
Interfaith Community
Associations. He is active in
Catholic/Jewish interfaith.
relations.


guard stand at Venice Beach.
Pastor Randy will play and
sing them with you. Call New
Life Assembly of God, 2119
South Tamiami Trail, Venice,
at 493-0775.
Study
Epiphany Cathedral's Par-
ish Library hosts a summer
scripture study and discus-
sion, Thursdays, 9:15-10:45
a.m., in the Parish Library
behind the Parish Hall on
Harbor Drive. Join the group
to explore the Book of Exodus
and the model of deliverance
still applicable today. Study
books available for $5. Call
484-3505.
Healing classes
New Life Assembly of God
holds healing classes and
prayer for the sick at 7 p.m.
the first and third Tuesday of
the month at 2119 South


MARTONFI frompage 6B
in the mirror and admire how
beautiful they looked on her.
She explained how they glis-
*tened and sparkled and how
wonderful they made her feel.
She was relating how much
joy they brought her when
her husband interrupted,
"There is nothing wrong with
that. You're just a typical
woman. Why would that be a
problem?"
She answered, "Well the
problem is, today our neigh-
bor asked to have them
back." To which her husband
replied, "You HAVE to give
them back. They're not.yours
to keep."
At this point she took his


If you or someone you love has cancer,

The Wellness Community has support, education & hope.


PATIENT SUPPORT GROUP
Led by Iulie O'Brien, LMHC-Every Monday, 10AM.
ADAPTIVE YOGA FOR CANCER PATIENTS
A weekly introduction to Yoga principles. breathing and meditation for people at all lvels o cancer
recovery Caregivers are welcome to attend. Saturday. 3.00-4 30 PM Begrinnins Saturday. |ulu 9th
CAREGIVERS SUPPORT GROUP
Professionally tacilitated support group for caregic rs of cancer patients. famiil\ mrrembers and
significant others to explore new wa\ to support a loved one hil ciontinuinm It t tak: care of
themselves Led by Robert Levine. LCS\. this group meals a the sam,: timi a.s our Patient Support
Group-Mondays at 1 0 I0 l, beginning on.Monday, July llth.
NUTRITION FOR WELLNESS
Monthlv lecture discussion on eating to enhance the immun s.\ stem. ern'rsv mjniintlcrin': and
balancing nutrients Topics include nutrition during cancer treatment and using food and
supplements in recovery after treatment. Time will be allo ed for questions and ans.i.crs Led b\
licensed dietician Jennifer Williams. MS. RD. LD First meeting-Thursda%,. uly' 21 t at 11-30M. A
Call The Wellness Community for ongoing schedule.
QIGONG FOR CANCER PATIENTS
Easy exercises that energize from within, widely practiced for their health benefits (in the tradition
of Tai Chi). Every Tuesday at 10:00 AM, beginning on July 12th.


ALL PROGRAMS MEET AT:
Jacaranda Trace, 3600 William Penn Way
Enrichment Center, Cadbury Commons Building
DIRECTIONS:
South on US 41, left on Jacaranda Blvd., left
on Parkmere Blvd., left to William Penn Way
Questions? Call 941-921-5539.


the
wellness.
community
southwest florida
cancer support, education and hope
941.921.5539
www.wellness-swfl.org


GulflJCoast
UfI co FoundIon These programs are generously supported by a grant from Gulf Coast Community Foundation of Venice.
.SARASOTA BRADENTON LONGBOAT KEY NEWTOWN VENICE
s-


Tamiami Trail in the Galleria
Plaza in South Venice. Dis-
cussions center on illnesses,
the Bible's view on illness,
what causes sickness and dis-

ease and more. Call 493-0775.
Prayer group
Our Lady of Lourdes, 1301
Center Road, Venice, holds
Marion Cenacle Fridays at
12:15 p.m. in the Parish Cen-
ter. The prayer group sings
Marion songs, recites the
rosary and reads Mary's mes-
sages. Call 497-6229.
Reading room
The Christian Science
Reading Room is located at
the First Church of Christ,
Scientist, 600 W. Venice Ave.,
Venice. Hours are Monday,
Wednesday and Saturday, 10
a.m.-1 p.m., and Wednesday
7-7:30 p.m. Call the church
at 486-1406.


hand and led him upstairs to
,where their sonswere laid
out on their beds and said,
"Years ago God sent us these
two precious jewels but today
he asked to have them'back."
As tears flowed, her dis-
traught husband then re-
marked, "I'm so thankful that
God has given me a wife who
is so wise and who trusts so
implicitly in his sovereignty."
Donna Martonfi is an
evangelist and author who
ministers in the United States
and Canada. Donna and her
husband are winter residents
ofVenice. Her books and
articles can be read at.
donnamartonfi.com.-. -..


Faith leaders


convene to plan


response for


hurricane season


Nearly 400 pastors, rabbis,
and other faith leaders were
contacted to enlist their help
for this year's hurricane sea-
son. Wednesday, July 6, ecu-
menical breakfast will begin
with food and registration at
7:30 a.m., followed by the
program from 8 to 9 a.m. It will
be held at the Community
Foundation of Sarasota
County, 2635 Fruitville Road
in Sarasota. Championing
this effort is the Rev. Dr. Tom
Pfaff, chaplain of Goodwill
Industries, who is joined with
a team who represent the
health and human service
advocacy agencies and orga-
nizations in our community.
The 2004 Hurricane sea-
son illustrated the need for
better coordination of volun-
teers in disaster recovery
efforts. "While many people
want to contribute in a mean-
ingful way and the help is
essential, we needed a way
to better communicate how
people could help and where
people who were not con-
nected to an agency such as
the American Red Cross or the
Salvation Army could go to
register and get their assign-
ments. Since the faith com-
munity regularly,,-mobilizes
peopleand"resources to allevi-
ate human suffering through
missions of compassion dur-


Private Duty Nursing
Companions
CNA, LPN, RN
Daytime Drop in
Personalization

Family Reassurance Calls



Coasta
nursing associates, inc Care

492-4474
1525 S. Tamiami Tr. Venice


-- Walk-in Clinic --


A Medical Practice

Promoting Healthy Choices


Come in and allow us
to care for you.
From a common cold
to more urgent
needs.
Hours: M-F 9-5, Sat. 9-2


Dr. Anthony Lyon
Located in the Venice Commons by the Publix


Directly behind
Ca


ing- the disaster recovery
efforts, we thought it was
essential to educate them on
the enhanced systems that
are being put in place to
streamline the registration,
training and mobilization of
volunteers to the areas of
greatest need," said Sarasota
County Health and Human
Service executive director Bill
Little.
Friendship Volunteer Cen-
ter has a volunteer registry
database that will allow faith-
based organizations to regis-
ter their group, identify areas
of interest before a disaster
and secure the needed train-
ing to be effective in their
volunteer roles.
Thiseffort is sponsored by
The Conmmiunity Foundaion
of Sarasota County and The
Community Alliance's recent-
ly established Community
Disaster Planning Commit-
tee. For more information
about the Faith Leaders' hur-
ricane response planning
breakfast meeting, call The
Community Foundation of
Sarasota County office at
955-3000.


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Chorus, Mondays at 6:30 p.m.
at the Venice-Nokomis Unit-
ed Methodist Church, 208 W.
Palm Ave., Nokomis. For more
information, call 484-4526 or
408-1266.
Bingo
* Tuesday and Thursdays, 11
a.m. Senior Friendship Cen-
ter, 2350 Scenic Drive. Call
493-3065.
* Tuesday, noon, Venice
Gardens Civic Center, 406
Shamrock Blvd. Doors open
11 a.m., nonsmoking. Snacks
available. Call 493-6541.
*. Wednesday, 6-8 p.m.,
American Legion No-Vel 159,
145 E. Venice Ave., Venice.
Doors open 5 p.m. Food
available. Call 488-1157.
* Thursday, noon. The Jew-
ish Community Center of
Venice, 600 Auburn Road,
nonsmoking. Doors open 10
a.m. Hard cards available for
sight-impaired players. Lunch
available. Call 493-7558.

Florida Wheelers Bowling
Association welcomes wheel-
chair- and standup bowlers,
Thursday at 3 p.m. at AMF
Venice Lanes, 1100 South U.S.
Bypass. No experience neces-
sary. Call Leon Thompson at
475-1369 or Yola Levenson at
493-5849.

Classics Club is an over-60
group that meets at area
restaurants for lunch Thurs-
days at 1:30 p.m. For more
information, call 493-3829 or
488-4150.

The Venice Florida Corvettes
Club meets at 7 p.m. the first
Tuesday at Jacaranda Trace,
3600 William Penn Way,
Venice. Call 497-4590 or e-
mail vfcorvettes@sbcglobal.
net.

HMS Phoebe chapter of the
Daughters of the British Em-
pire meets the first Tuesday.
Women of British birth or


heritage are welcome. Call
493-7273.

The Venice Doll Club meets
the first Monday at 10 a.m.
on the second floor at
Jacaranda Trace, 3600 William
Penn Way, Venice. All are wel-
come. Cost is $5, including
lunch. Call Barbara Williams,
president, at 473-3371.

Greg Byler teaches guitar
Thursday at the Venice
YMCA, 701 Center Road. For
times and cost, call Youth
Program Director Clare Riggs
at 492-9622, Ext. 133 or Byler
at 496-4398.

Gulf Coast Banjo Society
meets Thursdays at Snook
Haven, 5000 E. Venice Ave.,
Venice, 11 a.m.-2 p.m. The
public is welcome. For more
information, call 488-3023.

The Gulf Coast Humanist
Association meets the third
Saturday at 1 p.m. at the
Family Table Restaurant,
14132 Tamiami Trail, North
Port. Lunch is available. Call
Rosemary Hagen at 475-4432.

The Heritage Trail Knitting
Guild meets the first Tuesday
of every month.at 7 p:m. at
Venice Public Library, 300 S.
Nokomis Ave. All individuals
who knit, crochet.or are inter-
ested in finding out more
about these crafts and the
benefits of membership are
welcome. For more infor-
mation, call Jamie Killorin at
485-5196.

The Italian American Club of
'Venice, 1375 Ringling Drive,
Venice, 486-1492.
* Monday: Italian language
classes. Free and open to the
public. Beginners: 5:45 p.m.;
Intermediate and ongoing:
7:15 p.m.
* Friday: Lotsa Pasta, 4:30-
7:30 p.m., $7. Take-out avail-
able.


Volunteer opportunities

at Doctors Hospital


The Kiwanis Club of Venice
meets for lunch at noon
Wednesday at the Holiday
Inn of Venice, 455 North U.S.
41 Bypass. Visitors welcome.
For more information, call
484-6022.

The Knights of Columbus-
Venice, 512 Substation Road,
holds pancake breakfasts first
and third Sundays, 8-11:30
a.m., adults: $3.50,: children
under 6: free with parent. Call
485-1663.

Lola Miller leads line dance
lessons on Wednesdays at
Venice United Church of
Christ, 620 Shamrock Blvd.
Beginners lessons, 5:30-6:30
p.m.; intermediate, 6:30-8:30
p.m. Cost: $4. Call Miller at
493-9665.

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 at 408-9515.

Visit the Farmer's Market
every Saturday, 8 a.m.-noon
downtown Venice in Centen-
nial Park, at the corner of
Tampa and Nokomis ave-
nues. Call 484-3801.

New Jerseyans of Florida
seek new members. Meet-
ings are held once a month,
usually Thursdays, Septem-
ber through June. Events
include dinner dances, lun-
cheons, dinner theater and
picnics. Dues are $20 per
year. Contact membership
chair at 493-6525 or e-mail
mills45@verizon.net.

Oscar Scherer State Park,
1843 South Tamiami Trail,
Osprey, 483-5956, Park ad-
mission is $4.25 per vehicle
and canoe rental fee is $5 per
hour.
* Thursday, 7:30 a.m., bird
walks.
* Friday, 8:30 a.m., ranger-
led walks.
* Sunday, 8:30 a.m., scrub
walks.

The Republican Club of


South Sarasota County, serv-
ing Englewood, Laurel, Noko-
mis, Osprey, South Sarasota
and Venice meets the second
Wednesday of each month at
the Venice Chamber of
Commerce, 597 South
Tamiami Trail. 11:30 a.m.
meet-and-greet, with compli-
mentary snacks followed by
program and speaker at
noon. All are welcome. Call
Don O'Nesky at 497-6454 or
Jerry Woelfel at 416-5510, or
e-mail RCSSC@att.net.

Area Navy Seabee veterans
meet the second Saturday
at 11:30 a.m. at the Family
Table Restaurant, 14132 Tam-
iami Trail, North Port. For
more information, call Tom at
497-5944.

Senior Friendship Centers
2350 Scenic Drive, Venice,
584-0052
Donations welcome.
* Camera Club, Mondays, 10
a.m.
* Dancercise, Mondays, 11
a.m.-12:15 p.m.
* 10 a.m.-noon, Tuesdays,
Beginners Basket Weaving
with Barbara and Chris.
* 10 a.m., Tuesdays, Pine
Needle Weaving.
* Yoga In/Around a Chair,
Wednesday, 8:30-9:30(a.m.
*WednesdayWalkers, 9 a.m.
* Italian, Wednesdays, 2:45
p.m.
* Attorney consultations,
Wednesday 9:30-11:30 a.m.
with Elizabeth Weis, Attorney
Emeritus with Legal Aid of
Manasota. Reserve time slot
by calling 584-0075.
* Quilting for Fun with Helen
Magan, Thursdays, 9-11:30
a.m. Bring own materials.
* Beginner Bridge, Thursdays,
9 a.m.
* Shell craft class, Thursdays,
1-3 p.m. in the Transporta-
tion Building..
* Duplicate Bridge, Fridays,
1 p.m.

Epiphany Parish Hall, 350
Tampa Ave., Venice, 584-
0052
* Quilting with Liz, Wednes-
days, 9:30 a.n. Call 493-3065.


* Beginners Spanish, Wednes-
days, 1-3 p.m. Call 584-0052.

Seniors Without Partners
meets at the VFW Hall, 832 E.
Venice Ave., Mondays, 12:30-
3 p.m. for cards and music.
Call 485-8739.

The Englewood/Venice Chap-
ter of Sew Much Fun meets
the first Monday of the
month, 1-3 p.m. at Jacaranda
Public Library, 4143 Wood-
mere Park- Blvd., Venice.
(July's meeting takes place
July 11.) CallJoyce at492-6675
or e-mail strbngrjoy@cs.com.

Coast Entertainment pre-
sents Karaoke at Snook
Haven, noon-4 p.m. Satur-
days. Snook Haven is located
at 5000 E. Venice Ave., Venice.
Call 485-7221.

Tappercise (tap dance, clog-
ging and Irish step) at Starz
Choice Dance Studio, 348 S.
Seaboard Ave., Venice. Call
408-0019.
* Beginners Tappercise: Tues-
days, 10-11:30 a.m.
* Intermediate Tappercise:
Friday, 5-6:30 p.m.

Venice Area Computer Users
Group offers classes at the
Resource Center, 101 W.
Venice Ave. $35 annually per
individual; $45 per couple.
Guests welcome. For a list of
classes, call 492-5555.

Venice Area Garden Club
meets at the South Venice
Community Center, 720 Alli-
gator Drive, the first Thurs-
day of the month at 10 a.m.
Call 496-4063.

The Venice Area Quilters'
Guild meets at 7 p.m. the
fourth Wednesday at the
Venice Masonic Lodge, 118
E. Venice Ave. Guests and
prospective members wel-
come. Call Dawn at 485-1193
or visit vaqg.com.

Venice Area Toastmasters
No. 5486 meets 7:30 a.m.
Tuesday at the Venice Area
Chamber of Commerce, 597


South Tamiami Trail, Venice.
Call 412-9427.

Venice Duplicate Bridge
Club is the ultimate for com-
petitive bridge. Games every
day at 1 p.m.; Tuesdays at 7
p.m.; and Friday at 7:15 p.m.
at the Rialto Shopping Center.

Venice Nokomis Elks, 119 W
Venice Ave. Call Eunice at
493-7624 or the lodge at
486-1854.
* Thursday, June 2, spaghetti
dinner, 5-7 p.m., $6.
* Tuesday, June 7, roast pork
dinner, 5-7 p.m., $6.
* Saturday, June 11, Belmont
Stakes party, 3-7 p.m.
* Tuesday, June 14, three-
piece fried chicken dinner,
5-7 p.m., $6.
* Thursday, June 16, spaghetti
dinner, 5-7 p.m., $6.
* Tuesday, June 21, ham din-
ner, 5-7 p.m., $6.
* Tuesday, June 28, baked
chicken dinner, 5-7 p.m., $6.
* Thursday, June 30, spaghetti
dinner, 5-7 p.m., $6.

Venice Regional Medical
Center, 540 The Rialto, Ven-
ice, 486-6938
Specially priced meals, 5-6
p.m. daily to those age 55 and
older for $4.60. Garage and,
.valet parking available. Buy
10 meals and get the 11th
free.

Venice Shuffleboard Club
meets at 9 a.m. every Mon-
day, Wednesday and Friday.
Lessons available. Call Barb-
ara at 485-1678.

The Wearable Arts Group
meets 1-3 p.m. the last
Wednesday at Jacaranda
Public Library, 4143 Wood-
mere Park Blvd., Venice. Call
Martha at 480-1032.

Women's Resource Center of
Sarasota County, 806 Pine-
brook Road, Venice, 485-9724.
* Building Self-Esteem,
Thursday, 6-7:30 p.m. and
Friday, 10-11:30 a.m., $5
* Yoga, Thursdays, 10-11:30
a.m. and 5:30-7 p.m., men
welcome. $5


If you have some time on
your hands and can spare a
few hours a wee; if you would
like to touch lives, lift spirits,
make new friends and be
part of a great team, then
the Auxiliary Volunteer Pro-
gram at Doctors Hospital of
Sarasota is the place for
you! The Auxiliary is seeking
volunteers to perform a
variety of functions in vari-
ous departments of the hos-


pital.
Volunteers provide an in-
valuable service to patients,
their families, hospital staff
and physicians. No experi-
ence is necessary and many.
opportunities and varied
roles are available. Doctors
Hospital is located at 5731
Bee Ridge Road in Sarasota.
For more information, call
the Auxiliary office at 342-
1003.


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Meet The Bookshop's new owner


Joan Williams, owner of
The Bookshop at 241 W.
Venice Ave., has retired after
21 years. She sold the store to
.Nancy Garland who has lived
in Venice for 18 years and is a
teacher at Epiphany School in
Venice. Williams also was a
teacher when she purchased
the store in 1984. Garland's
daughters, Jennifer Hardacre
and Beth Garland, will handle
the day-to-day management
of the shop, which is one of
the longest running stores on
the avenue. It was founded in
1947, succeeding another
business, which required a
long and narrow space. That
shape has worked out just
fine for holding lots of book-
shelves and basic book shop
paraphernalia.
Garland said they are plan-
ning to add some children's
activities to the schedule and
also to start some book clubs.
The phone number re-
mains the same 488-1307.
So will the shape which
harkens back to the days
when it was not a book store
but a bowling alley. And now
you know the rest of the story.

"Ruthless the Musical,"
one of the best offerings of the
summer season, closes to-
morrow at Florida Studio
Theatre in Sarasota. Imagine
Auntie Mame and Mama
Rose raising the Bad Seed
while everyone sings happy
tunes and eventually all but
one end up dead. This is a
totally delightful spoof. Beg to
be squeezed into the theater if
there is even one corner avail-
able.'Call 366-9000. The FST is
at 1241 N. PalmAve., Sarasota.


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Give your red blood in
honor of the Red, White and
Blue. Whether you are cele-
brating this Fourth of July by
attending the Venice High
School All Class Reunion,
hosting a barbecue or watch-
ing a fireworks display, Flor-
ida's Blood Centers want to
remind everyone that "Need
knows no holiday." On any
given day Florida Blood Cen-
ters need 1,500 units of red
blood cells for patients in the
21 counties served, including
Sarasota County. Florida
Blood Centers are the sole
provider of blood and blood
products for Venice Regional
Medical Center and Sarasota
Memorial Hospital. Statistics
show that 60 percent of the
population will need blood at
some point in their lives, yet
just five percent donate
blood.
Those who donate during
the Venice High School All-
Class Reunion in Centennial
Park in downtown Venice on
Saturday, July 2,. noon-4 p.m.,
will receive a coupon for free
admission to Historic Spanish
Point, free admission to
Arabian Nights and a dis-
count coupon to Wet 'nWild.
To donate blood you must
be in good health, 17 years of
age or older and weigh a min-
imum of 110 pounds. As a
benefit to the donor, a mini
health check, which includes
evaluations of blood pressure,
iron level and cholesterol, is
performed to help the donor
maintain his or her good
health. The entire procedure,
from completing a short
medical history to drawing,
blood and resting afterward
with refreshments, takes 30-
45 minutes. Blood donation is
safe, and people in good
health can donate every 56
days.
.. For more information, call.
492-9202....

Girl Scout Camp begins
July 5. It will be held, in one-
week sessions beginning July
5, 11 and 18 at Venice Girl
Scout House, 1775 E. Venice
Ave.,. 9 a.m.-4 p.m. daily


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except July 4. Each week is
themed and there is extra care
available from 7:30 a.m. to
5:30 p.m. Free transportation
is available from Laurel and
North Port. For more infor-.
mation including costs,
which range from $100 to
$135 per week, call Girl Scouts
of the Gulf Coast at 921-5358
or (800) 232-4475, Ext. 229.

The Banyan Theater Com-
pany continues its 2005 sea-
son, which opened last night
in the new Glenridge Per-
forming Arts Center, west of
Interstate 75, Exit 205 (Clark
Road), off Palmer Ranch Park-
way.
Billed as an "All-American
Season," the schedule in-
cludes Tennessee Williams'
"The Glass Menagerie"
through July 17; Lee Blessing's
"Two Rooms," July 21-Aug. 7;
and Donald Margulies "Sight
Unseen," Aug. 11-28.
Single tickets are $27.50, a
two-show package is $50 per
person and the three-play
series is $66 per person. For
reservations, call 358-5330 or
visit banyantheatercom
pany.com.
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Any time you can help
KIDS is a good time and if you
can laugh while you do it, so
much the better. Friday, July
15, at 8 p.m., at the Holiday
Inn Venice, there will be spe-
cial night of comedy to raise
money for KIDS, Kids in
Danger of Sexploitation. Ren6
Bray, KIDS' founder, will be
the headliner with comedians
Peggi Paquette and Matt
Harding.
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helping kids after her own
daughter was molested by a-
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was found working in a busi-
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before the U.S. Senate and
lobbied to have the chemical
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churches and to other groups
on how to keep children safe.
Bray has been a stand-up
comic for 18 years, but KIDS
is her passion. All proceeds
from the night of comedy will
go to KIDS. Tickets are $15
and are available by calling
Paquette at'587-6260.
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Limited space is still avail-
able on Radisson Seven Seas'
ultra-luxury 320-guest cruise
ship Paul Gauguin's Aug. 13,
20 and 27 seven-night voy-
ages. sailing roundtrip out of
Papeete, Tahiti, calling at
Raiatea, Tahaa, lMotu hana,
Bora Bora and Moorea.
Luxury and learning will
come together on the Aug. 13
and 20 sailings, which will
include the Ambassadors of
the Environment program, a
joint venture of Radisson and
Jean Michel Cousteau's
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Walt Disney World visitors of
every age this summer. Mark-
ing the 50th anniversary of
Disney theme park magic
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summer when guests to the
Florida resort can glide
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fornia, have a front-row seat
for the coronation of a
princess, witness cars, motor-
cycles and watercraft slicing
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like any of the Disney charac-
ters.
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mountain top or being pulled
aloft in a glider by a plane.
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whole other kind of Disney
creature, startlingly lifelike. It
can laugh, wheeze and even
sign its autograph. Later in
the year, expect to see Lucky
trying to board a train when
Animal Kingdom unwraps
Expedition Everest, an exhila-
rating Himalayan train ad-
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Crush 'n' Gusher offers
cooling fun just in time for the
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Sports Complex to compete
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Lake Placid, N.Y, Reno, Nev.,
and Madison, Wis.
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pionship for outdoor sports
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ATV skills competition to the
list of disciplines showcased
over the four-day event.
Target sports, timber sports
and sporting dogs will return
this summer, while fishing
will not. With the exception of
the rifle and shotgun target
sports events, all of the Great
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held at Disney's Wide World of
Sports Complex in Lake
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gun events will be held at the
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'Ruthless the Musical' takes stage mothers to new heights


BY KIM COOL
FEATURES EDITOR


What if Auntie Mame and
Mama Rose had gotten hold
of Annie instead of Daddy
Warbucks?
Questions like that arise as
you meet the zany cast of
characters assembled by Joal
Paley for "Ruthless, the Mu-
sical," a mirthfully macabre
masterwork, which kicked off
the summer season at Florida
Studio Theatre.
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Laird and the most talented
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counties on the stage, it was
obvious from the first lines
and songs that we in the audi-
ence were in for a fun eve-
ning.
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(Heather Tepe), knew she was
born to greatness, even if it
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emitting a capital crime such
as a carefully planned and
"executed" accidental homi-
cide. Denmark's mother Judy
(Martina Vidnar) handled it
all beautifully. Always sup-
portive of her talented daugh-
ter, even when Tina did away
with her competition for the
school play, Judy was the per-
fect little housewife in a pert
yellow frock. Vidnar's portray-
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ambitious agent/stage moth-
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Hope looks quite stunning in
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fetching in his pink high heels
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same movie as "Coach
Carter," played for "Bad
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Ducks"/"Mean Green"/
"Kicking and Screaming"
laughs. It's so close it could
be a parody, pointing out
how worn out the formula
was before "Carter" ever hit
theaters.
Martin Lawrence is Coach
Roy, an overdressed, hot-
head college head-coach
coasting on his three
"NCBA" titles, his endorse-
ment deals and his free
Escalade.
The team isn't winning.
He's become a joke on that
joke of a Fox Sports chat
show, "The Best Damn
Sports Show Period." Then
he flings a ball at the mascot
of a rival team, and his ca-
reer is gone.
Except for this little es-
cape clause in the rules. If
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Lava Girl in 3D
Shunned by his fellow
classmates, a 10-year-old
boy is forced to spend a
lonely summer vacation. He
invents imaginary super-
hero friends who come to
life. Together, they set out
to prove that dreams can
become reality.
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2:50, 5:10
Merchants Crossing 16:
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9:45
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Batman Begins
Christopher Nolan's
Batman Begins explores
the origins of the Batman
legend and the Dark
Knight's emergence as a
force for good in Gotham.
In the wake of his parents'
murder, disillusioned in-
dustrial heir Bruce Wayne
travels the world seeking
the means to fight injustice
and turn iear against those
who prey'on the fearful. He
returns to Gotham and
unveils his alter-ego: Bat-
man, a masked crusader
who uses his strength,
intellect and an array of
high tech deceptions to
fight the sinister forces that
threaten the city.
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stated.
Bridges burned, attitude
sorely in need of adjusting,
he's a Bobby Knight that
nobody is stupid enough to
hire. But the kids at his
old Mount Vernon Middle
School, 13-year-olds, haven't
scored all season, haven't
won in years. They want
him.
There's Goggles and
Fuzzy and Big Mac (a girl)
and "One Love" (Eddy
Martin), a self-absorbed
Little brick-layer who nar-
rates his own rise to star-
dom.
"One Love drives the lane,
One Love pivots in the paint,
he's open, he shoots!"
And doesn't score.
For Coach Roy, the new gig
becomes a publicity stunt
turned spiritual rebirth, with
the usual motley crew of
hotdogs, nerds, uncoordinat-
ed stiffs, hefty boys and
tough, tough girls, motivated


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A witch trying to escape
her roots lands a job in a
movie version of the TV
series Bewtiched, and falls
in love with its leading actor.
1 hr. 30 min.
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7:15, 7:45, 9:50, 10:20,
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2:15, 2:45, 4:45, 5:15, 7:15,
7:45, 9:50, 10:20 Sun
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Cinderella Man
An aging boxer makes a
comeback to save his family
from suffering the effects of
the Great Depression in
1930's New York. Starring
Russell Crowe, Rene
Zellweger, Paul Giamatti.
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4:15, 7:20, 10:30
Merchants Crossing 16:
12:10, 3:25, 6:50, 9:50
Town Center 16:12:05,
3:40, 7:05, 10:20

Crash
A myriad of different
people find their lives inter-
secting in Los Angeles.
Starring Sandra Bullock, Don
Cheadle, Brendan Fraser.
1 hr. 4 min.
Hollywood 20: 9:40

George A. Romero's
Land of the Dead
In a modern-day world
where the walking dead
roam an uninhabited waste-
land, the living try to lead
"normal" lives behind the
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to shoot and score for a guy
who hasn't thought about
anybody but himself for
years.
Lawrence has been phon-
ing it in as long as there have
been cell phones. See this
one and you'll catch previews
to his next yawner, a cross-
dressing fat-suit follow-up to
"Big Momma's House." But
here he's relaxed, comfort-
able and almost winning.
He's perfectly believable
as a jerk who tells middle
schoolers, "Listen, I don't
mind your embarrassing
yourselves, 'cause you're
used to it. But now you're
embarrassing me!"
He engages with the kids,
leams strange lessons about
motivating 13-year-old boys
(bring 13-year-old girls to
watch practice), mugs for
the camera and improvises.
He spots a tall, gawky boy
who could make his life
easier.
"Yo, Yao Ming. Wait up!"
Patrick Warburton leads a
trio of "Seinfeld" alumni in


society has been built by a
handful of enterprising, ruth-
less opportunists, who live in
the towers of a skyscraper,
high above the hard-scrabble
existence on the streets
below. But outside the city
walls, an army of the dead is
evolving. Inside, anarchy is
on the rise. With the very
survival of the city at stake, a
group of hardened mercenar-
ies is called into action to
protect the living from an
army of the dead.
1 hr. 33 min.
Hollywood 20:12:35, 3,
5:25, 7:55, 10:20, 12:35 Fri-
Sat; 12:35, 3, 5:25, 7:55,
10:20 Sun
Merchants Crossing 16:
1:10, 5:20, 7:50, 10:15
Town Center 16:12:45,
3:15, 7:25, 9:50

Herbie: Fully Loaded
Maggie Peyton (Lohan),
the new owner of Number 53
- the free-wheelin' Volks-
wagen bug with a mind of its
own puts the car through
its paces on the road to
becoming a NASCAR
competitor.
Hollywood 20:12, 1:05,
2:40, 4, 5:20, 7:10, 8, 10:30
Merchants Crossing 16:
12:10, 2:40, 5:10, 7:40, 10
Sarasota East: 12:15,
2:30, 5, 7:50, 10:05
Town Center 16:12:40,
1:25, 3:20, 4:20, 7:10, 7:40,
10:35'

Layer Cake
A successful cocaine
dealer who's earned a
respected place among
England's mafia elite plans
early retirement from the
business. However, the
mob's big boss hands down
a tough assignment. He must
find a missing rich girl, who


the supporting cast, and
does his screaming melt-
down thing to perfection as
a too-intense opposing
coach.
And the kids are just
charming enough to make
the time pass.
The team in this "Carter"
clone is the Smelters, not the
Oilers. The school is disad-
vantaged, but not impover-
ished. And Lawrence is no
Samuel L. Jackson.
But Lawrence has found a
healthy outlet for his once-
edgy anger family come-
dies. He's the one who needs
to "Rebound." Maybe it's not
all over for him after all.


REBOUND
2 stars (out of 5)
Cast: Martin Lawrence,
PatrickWarburton,
Director: Steve Carr
Running time: One hour
and twenty-seven minutes.
Industry rating: PG for
mild language and thematic
elements.


happens to be the daughter
of one of his employer's pals.
1 hr. 44 min..
Hollywood 20:1:10, 7:35

The Longest Yard
A retired pro football quar-
terback (Adam Sandier)
ends up in the same prison
as a former gridiron great
(Burt Reynolds). The sadistic
warden demands that they
put together a team to take
on the prison guards.
Together, they enlist a rag-
tag crew of inmates to help
put one over on the system.
Hollywood 20: 12:10,
3:20, 6:45, 9:40
Merchants Crossing 16:
11:50, 2:25, 5:15, 7:55,
10:25
Town Center 16:1:10,
4:15, 7:35, 10:25

Madagascar
Alex the Lion is the king
of the urban jungle, the main
attraction at New York's
Central Park Zoo. He and his
best friends Marty the
Zebra, Melman the Giraffe
and Gloria the Hippo have
lived their entire lives in
blissful captivity, with regular
meals provided and an
admiring public to adore
them. Not content to leave
well enough alone, Marty
allows his curiosity to get the
better of him and, with the
help of some prodigious
penguins, makes his escape
to explore the world he's
been missing. 1 hr. 20 min.
Hollywood 20: 12:05,
2:20, 5, 7:15, 9:35
Merchants Crossing 16:
11:40, 2:20, 5:05, 7:20, 9:30
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Mr. and Mrs. Smith look
like an average married cou-
ple, and they are dealing
with a problem many cou-
ples face after a few years
together ... boredom. That
changes when they discover
both parties are leading a
double life as high-profile
assassins.
Hollywood 20: 12:30,
3:30, 6:40, 9:40, 12:30
Merchants Crossing 16:
1:25, 4:50, 7:30, 10:20
Sarasota East: 1:15, 4, 7,
9:45
Town Center 16:12:35,
3:50, 7:10, 10:15

The Perfect Man
Teenager Holly Hamilton
(Hilary Duff) is tired of
moving every time her single
mom Jean (Heather Lock-
lear) has another personal
meltdown involving yet
another second-rate guy. To
distract her mother from her
latest bad choice, Holly con-
ceives the perfect plan for
the perfect man.
Merchants Crossing 16:
1:20, 5, 7:35, 10

Rebound
A disgraced college
basketball coach is forced to
step down. He returns to try
to lead a junior high school
team full of athletically chal-
lenged kids. 1 hr. 43 min.
Hollywood 20:12:05,
2:15,'4:35, 6:50, 9:25, 11:45
Fri-Sat; 12:05, 2:15, 4:35,
6:50, 9:25 Sun
Merchants Crossing 16:
12:25, 2:50, 5:25, 7:45,
10:05
Town Center 16: 12:25,
3:05, 7:45, 10:10

Rize
This fast-paced documen-
tary takes a look at the hip-
hop dance form known as
krumping. Emanating from
the streets of South Central
Los Angeles, this unique
form of expression involves
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Revenge of the Sith:
Anakin Skywalker find
himself conflicting with'Obi-
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pulled closer to-the Dark
Side as the Clone War rages
on. 2 hr. 26 minm: '
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Town Center 16: 12:3,,
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The Sisterhood
of the Traveling Pants
The movie is based ohn
the young adult book, The
Sisterhood of the Traveling
Pants, by Anne Brashareg.
As four best friends spend
their first summer apart from
one another, they share a
magical pair of jeans.
Despite being of various
shapes and sizes, each one
of them fits perfectly into the
pants. To keep in touch they
pass these pants to each
other as well as the adven-
tures they are going through
while apart.
Hollywood 20: 4:10, 10:05

War of the Worlds
A contemporary retelling
of H.G. Wells's seminal
classic, the sci-fi adventure
thriller reveals the extraordi-
nary battle for the future of
humankind through the eyes
of one American family fight-
ing to survive it. 1 hr. 57 min.
Hollywood 20:11:45,
12:15, 12:45, 1:15, 1:45,
2:25, 3:10, 3:50, 4:30, 5:05,
5:45, 6:30, 7, 7:30, 8:05,
845, 9:30, 10, 10:25, 10:45,
12:10
Merchants Crossing 16:
11:30, 1, 1:35, 2:15, 3:45,
4:15, 5, 6:30, 7, 7:50, 9:15,
10:35
Sarasota East: 1:30, 4:30,
7:30, 10:15.
Town Center 16:12,
12:30, 1, 1:30, 3:30, 4, 4:30,
5, 7, 7:30, 8, 8:30, 10, 10:30

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Juneteenth celebration on June 18 in Newtown


From left, back row, Tony Chin, club chair Johnny Hunter Sr., Rob and Linda Clark and Pete.
Theisen, and (front row) Jerica and Vivian Fehr and Zenobia Davis and John Schaeffer were
exhibiting at the festival.


Sarasota Democratic Club President Pat Liebert, Jean Donnelly and Gwen Calloway gave
away Juneteenth T-shirts to Newtown residents at the festival.


Selby and Sarasota Music Archive host 'Masterpieces'


STAFF REPORT


Dr. John Goodman hosts
"Masters and Masterpieces of
Music," a continuing weekly
forum Wednesdays, 10:30-
11:45 a.m. in the Jack J.
Geldbart Auditorium of Selby
Public Library, 1331 First St.,
Sarasota.
The summer six-week


term features music of the
Classical period: Haydn, Mo-
zart and Beethoven. Classes
may be attended consecu-
tively or individually. No prior
knowledgeor ability to read
music is needed.
* July 6: Mozart's instrumental
works
* July 13: Mozart's operas and
choral works


* July 20: Beethoven and the
expansion of classical form
* July 27: Beethoven's late
works
The fall six-week term
begins Oct. 12.
All sessions are free and
open to the public.
For more information, call
861-1175 or e-mail vneu
mann@scgov.net.


MUSICAL frompage 13B
lyrics and choreography,
"Ruthless" should have an
even better chance at great-
ness than that little brat
and Paley'should not have
to emulate the kid to get
there.
That she had the help of
regular FST musical director
Michael Sebastian as well as


her outrageous show busi-
ness story, made her work all
i the easier.
I went into the theater tired
after a long day's work, I left,
totally refreshed, with a smile
on my face.
"Ruthless the Musical" was
scheduled to run in Keating
Theater June 8-26.


Coming up next will be the
sketch comedy revue, "Good
Evening," 'by Dudley Moore
and Peter Cook, and the re-
gional premier of local author
Larry Parr's "Swudew."
FST's box office is at 1241
N. Palm Ave., Sarasota,
For tickets or more infor-
mation, call (941) 366-9000.


BOARD from page 5?
step further by designing his want to do by sponsoring skater nith the fewest.letters
own products for skaters. He some reallygoodlocal skaters wins. This also allows Her-
spent time skating and meet- for a competitive team." nandez to judge skater's abili-
ing other skaters. Last year, he ty to compete.
hopped off a board and be- Team Shade-E He said it makes a day at
gan designing his own skate Hernandez said he knows the park extrafun.
logo and stickers, a lot of skaters because he Hernandez created the
An experienced screen spends lots of time at the spelling of the name Shade-E
printer, Hernandez trans- skate park marketing his because he thought it was
forms his. Shade-E logos, on products,. catchy. He said it's different
blue, navy and red T-shirts. He said knew that local from the rap singer Erninem,
He also designs skate decks in skaters would think his prod- who is also known by the
red, white or natural wood ucts were different and they moniker Slim Shady. Hernan-
colors. ,would want to buy them be- dez said the name wasn't in-
"I'm in the process of de- cause they knew him. tended to associate him with
signing new graphics and When he heads to the the singer.
concaves to add to my collec- skate park, he brings along Although he works a regu-
tion," said Hernandez, who hundreds of stickers and lar job onweekends andhas a
brings his products to the gives them away. He's given young daughter, Hernandez
skate park to show and sell. away T-shirts and recently said skateboarding and mar-
His'boards, which are manu- gave a board to a skater. keting takes up much of his
factured in Canada, retail for "I am sponsoring a few time.
$40. However, he said he's skaters now," he said. "Like "I've been real busy since
investigating an American other skate teams, I'mlooking I've gone into business and
manufacturer. for only the best skaters for 'became licensed," he said. "It
Hernandez said he sells his mine." was a way for me to expand
decks for a reasonable price Between his many pro- my hobby and my marketing
because most start at $50 or jects, Hernandez likes to play ability."
$60 at a skate shop. a game of SKATE with locals Hernandez is working with
"My boards are on sale at at the skate park. He gathers the North Port Skate Park staff
the Compound in Sarasota, about five or six skaters. The to co-sponsor a competition
near the Toys R Us store," said first skater does a trick. Each this summer.
Hernandez, who is speaking skater after that does the The skate park will have
to other area shop owners try- same trick. Any skater who extended hours for kids up to
inig to market his products in doesn't land the trick gets a age 13 from 9 p.m. to mid-
their stores. "The owners are letter. night on Saturday. The park
nice and are willing to help This goes on until the word will do this once a month for
out local talent That's what I SKATE is spelled out. The several age groups.


MCC frompage 5B
at mccfl.edu. Tamiami Trail; the Center for A one- time $40 application
Fall term day, evening and Innovation and Technology fee ($75 for international Stu-
distance learning classes be- at MCC Lakewood Ranch, dents) is required for new stu-
gin Aug. 22 and end Dec. 15. 7131 Professional Parkway dents.
Programs leading to one-year East; and at other off-site Tuition is $66.11 per hour
,certificates and two-year locations, for in-state students and
associate in arts, associate in Regular student services $245.05 per hour for. outrof-
applied science and associate office hours during the sum- state students. .
in science degrees are offered. mer at MCC Bradenton and For more formation; call
Classes are held at NICC MCCVenice are 8 a.m.-7p.m., (941); 752-5005 in Bradenton
Bradenton, 5840 26th St. W; Monday through Thursday, or 408-1300, Ext. 65005, in
MCC Venice, 8000 South andc8 a.m.-12:30p.m., Friday. South Sarasota County.



HOUSEi ,. 1.


air conditioning.
The Bellos have both-
Comcast and satellite TV ser-
vice in their house because of
hurricanes.
"The satellite system does
not need electricity to broad-
cast as Comcast does," he
said. "We hate basic cable for
$11 a month or so and get all
the other channels on the
satellite TV"
One satellite receiver is
kept in the family room. All
the bedrooms have both
cable and satellite, he said.
In the hallway between the
garage and the family room,
Bellos pointed out one other


switch. That one controls all
the -communication devices
in the house.
"When a storm threatens, I
can shut down everSthing at
once," he said. "It is a dedicated
circuit for communication."
Built in 1992, the adapted
house proved its worth back
in 1999 during two storms
and even more so last year
when four storms threatened.
Currently on the market,
the 'three-bedroom; three-
bath 2,666-square-foot house
with den and pool was again
listed with Holloway. In addi-
tion to the safety and protec-
tion systems, the house has


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plenty ofbuilt-ins in the den,
which Larry uses fo: an
office/computer room and in
one of the bedrooms, which
Martha uses as a 'sewing
room. The couple has pur-
chased another house and
will make similar improve-
ments to that house as soon
as settled, Larry said.
Located at, 629 Gardenia
Drive at the corner of Villas
Drive, the home is ,being
offered for $825.000 and can
be seen by appointment. For
an appointment to see the
house, call either Jan or Norm
Holloway at 483-6699 or416-
1400.





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PHOTO COLIRTES OF ArJllr HERPE
The American Association of University Women spent the day at Cypress Gardens. The club is
the largest AAUW branch in Florida.

CONGRATULATIONS


PHOTO COURTESY OF JUDIE BAUER
Nadine Carle, Jeanne Lanzaro, Bettie Thompson, Wayne Thompson, Edda Courtney and Carlton
(Mick) Courtney were honored at the Venice Newcomers Club's May installation lunch at the
Venice Yacht Club.

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PHOTO COCJRTE'i' OF JEAN MARIE BURTON
The Venice-Nokomis Women's Club presented scholarships at its June meeting to, from left,
Dean Whitlow, Alexander Peale Scholarship, $2,000, University of North Florida-Jacksonville;
David Panton, $2,000, Florida State University; Elizabeth Herrera, $2,000, University of Florida;
Sara Knoke, $1,000, Manatee Community College. Not pictured: Chris Vare, $2,000, Santa Fe
Community College and Vanessa Durkin, $2,000, Florida Gulf Coast University.
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Marilyn Stebbins of North Port welcomed this family of sandhill cranes Mom, Dad and baby.


PHOTO COURTESY OF MARY LINDSKOG
Joyce Novak of Nokomis was recently elected to a two-year term as president of the Florida
Artist Group (F.L.A.G.) at the annual symposium at Florida Gulf Coast University. Joyce was one
of 30 F.L.A.G. artists selected for exhibition at the Boca Raton Museum through Aug. 28. She has
also received national, state, regional and local awards for her Wetlands Triptych Series. Some
of her original art will be on display at Venice Presbyterian Church.
*


PHOTO COURTESY OF CASE HILLIARD
Casie Hilliard, daughter of Greg and Camille Hilliard of Venice, is a recent recipient of the
Beckman Scholars Award at the University of Florida. She graduated in 2004 from Sarasota
High School. During her four years at SHS, she was a member of the elite MaST Research
Program. Casie is performing research under the mentorship of Dr. McElwee-White at the
University of Florida on creating ruthenium catalysts for the electrochemical oxidation of
methanol. A member of the Chemistry Club, of which she is volunteer coordinator, she is also a
member of the American Medical Student Association; Alpha Epsilon Delta, an honors premed
fraternity; and Friends for Life, a club supporting children with cancer.


PHOTO COURTESY OF GLORIA GRILLO
Showing off its silhouette is this Great Egret, which took a fancy to Gloria Grillo's pool cage.


MY GRNDC ILDREN
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PHOTO COURTESY OF MARY NEACY
On a recent trip to California, Mary Neacy of Venice proudly watched as granddaughter Alex
Wrench and her horse, Dollar, took second place in an equestrian show.
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Paradise Realtor offers bit of island paradise


BYKIM COOL
FEATURES EDITOR

Built in 1963, this 1,899-
square-foot house has had
several upgrades and remod-
elings over the years.
The resulting four-bed-
room, two-bath home fea-
tures an interesting floor plan
as well as some angled walls
that derive from its some-
what-el-shaped footprint,
which straddles a large lot on
the corer of Verona and
Ravenna.
Recently listed by Paradise
Realtor Marty Virgilio, the
house is ready for hurricane


season with steel hurricane
panels in place over most of
the home's windows, which
have been replaced with
windows designed for hurri-
cane-force winds. Ridge vents
and tinting of the windows
add to their energy efficiency,
as do seven ceiling fans. New
soffits also have been chosen
for their ability to withstand
hurricane-force winds. '
A separate shed at the back
comer of the property holds
the hurricane panels when
they are not needed. It is
large enough to also ac-
commodate lawn furniture
and equipment.


Bedrooms range in size
from 11 by 11-feet to 12 by
13 feet. The master bedroom
has sliding doors, which
open to the Florida room.
Additional interior sliders
open the living area to that
space. There is an additional
Florida room area just
behind the kitchen.
With an open floor plan,
the house has bedrooms
along the east side and the
west side.
The kitchen is based on a
Pullman layout, which is
convenient for cooking and
is handy to the two Florida
rooms and the home's din-


Living room includes louder shade window treatments.


The home's front elevation showcases its angular shape.


ing area. Included in the list.
of newer appliances is a
stacked washer/dryer unit
in the 7- by 11-foot laundry
room.
SFlooring is predominantly
vinyl tile in coordinating col-
A ors and patterns, with some
-' carpeted sleeping area. There
'o is a combination tub and
I" shower in the master bath
area.
Built of concrete block, the
house has a stucco finish,
paved driveway, parking for
an RV and both side and
front entries. There is a one-
car attached 12- by 22-foot
garage and a workshop..
SUN PHOTOS BY KIM COOL Landscaping includes
lawn plantingbeds includes
lawn, planting beds and


pebble areas to
reduce main-
tenance. There
are street-
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utilities in the
area.
The house,
in a desirable "
location west
of Harbor
Drive, is being
offered for sale
for $529,000, Newer wood cabinets and appliances were
unfurnished installed'in the kitchen during a recent
but with win- updating ofthe home.
dow treat-
ments. It is handicapped pied, and can be seen by
accessible. Located at 501 appointment. Call Virgilio at
Ravenna, 'it is owner-occu- (941)488-1111.


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BOCA ROY, i CLUB $649,900
feaairtu.l GiJ Bi.i.' Jl.3B_.A .oerloolanig
lake. EormUil.dihng room, errii3l, room '.htree
place ,& harid"cood floors Pool \'G4545I0l )
ADELE BOURCIER, P.A: 941-488-7595
BOCA RYA "L ' $549,000
,,.tur...qu 0'Foi gL)l.cours ,ev, 7FP.'3BA
w ith trayv'celin cr 'r.iiolding. ircplace.-
pool, ipj Fe6Iced.petrari VGcr.675 :
TORREY. MEA~ 941-488-7595
DEER CREEK PARK $539,900
Lipdajtcd.2Bil"2bAk'w, 200 fee. t.n Gowtried
Creek .1 bridge'ro '[C Clathedrl cedlingr,
'ide. CJrin', hlkory.cab'ne r\'G 7-Q'995
PEGGY LEVIS,. '" 941-488-7595
ENGLEWQO.D $300,000
i mm nxulj'e'cu~s1 3BR2B'A wipool. Double'
dorJr crnir, Ni,-dmoibth top .to.c Tons oi
Sil'rage. i'e'nltrl a :li-';mar trub Vi4;47ih':72
MISSIE TI ' 941-488-7595
ENGLEWONJIS-IES- $290,000
Destrlble Bh''A';al iorn ;f m and lInai
CentralI after and -e'.er. u.udergioundcl uuhi
tae: Near beaches, bading gi&.ll \G4l7105-
ADELE'BOURCIE. PA.. 941-488-7595
OVERBI3 O Qk '.i N $269,900
LCmplel,,-reiemc,,dirle.2'BR'2B~l ICG Fajmly.
room v-ih [ihreblaice, rcmd lani, \'nm-l I'ehc-
ing Lom rtb 'r mp. VGc4r66'42.
CARO LYhJAt' 941-488,7595
*DEER CR '9STi S.. 229,000
'Adorable '.28' splt'piran' Kaichen cotall,
remodeled fro app iince to csbminet Nc.r
tlle except n l'.ddrobm 4 ',j7q4Lt005
'JOAN ZAD gI' '( 941-488-7595


GASPARILLA PALMS $225,000
L',.eiy ne 2BRR,'2BA on F-.t ri.:.nLi fri Slated
t, io.:.mpleiron -r, Auu at 2C01' Tdile richer,.
bjtLh Grranie ..:,n"riers -\ C468031
AMY SLATTERY 941-488-7595
ENGLEWOOD $174,900
Abi.lutelc daicirlg. tinm cAjliA : 2BF..'IBA widh
-1? ':Jpor Eerlthimn nr,.%' The rn~csi
older h.orme yoiu ...il .I'! r .i '".'C-04741 "-1 .
PAMELA PINKERTON 941-488-7595
ENGLEWOOD $169,900
I'hi 2EBP.'2E,, .:.n frhesi jl.r ,:ianl. Deciorii we
Idn.i. rj porch ler,:d bi ckad. v '2'l
Ih:.orur' i .'hall ba .'k-vjrd -,GV 47,i2'I1
GWEN HEGGAN 941-488-7595
POLYNESIAN VILLAGE $. 132,900
L.%dl, ZE.IBR.BA Turtik~cf lumahd. I mile to
bia,:h \'iVoded ev. Spjciou's open planr
.cv,," alumirinUm roi.,f-oer-inn'0i \'Gr~V4c697g.
PEGGY LEWIS 9'414887595'
OAK GROVE -. $109,900
J.'.,or turn.hed 2BP..''BA doublevidc.'
rldr& laundr.- icJthEdral' ceiiin, suritoomt
j,,?ee! Ul'emrn rjorranrT r,:-I'ofC.'Gdl,74q60
PAMELA PINKERTON 941-488-7595

NORTH PORT $259,900
Spai'ccu 3;FRP.A F 'pa.n. tarfi1 lake '.i
U ,dited'kilcher' ..v, i,, .d .abnet'' ceramic
tde Spll pbn .n.,'lr~bedr6br ri.'JGt-l788d ,
MISSIE TURNER .." 941-488-7595
PORT CHARLOTTE' $49,995
\i.cir i[ L: A torh iR[L Prced ti:o ell Goig
1,-i. make an otfer %VG4.4HCS83 -
STEVE BELLINDER 941,488-7595
PORT CHARLOTTE $49,995
SV'.ant lot North fd- Pnced I:. sell Coucn
;Ist chke fn ii' -l ;l h ss' '
STEVE BELLINDER'' 941-488-7595,

BAY OAKS $479,900
'ow~ *' ~ penr;. pii s 3'BP2EA' w,,huge mas-
cr bedroor o rl. l...:lng pol r lna_ Familt
roc.nir tfrpk library; c.ii-hce..GVC.#.,82
JEAN ODEN .941-488-7595
RIDGEWOOD .$463,000'
Lo'e' i true 4'FR '.BA.ih h I iue.d ppolim ,l!e il
lo.in-. ..spacioua -spilt n pl .,n lY-tcenil'.


-':lfT, LEMON BAY ESTATES $555,000
Buid vour drearm'hiom orn I acnI rwith ci lral
-i. ole'r on Lerrcin pl4 n 'Pnr'.ai, wJood arm.i
,k,-w ubdi:vmon of acre lou' V\'G#-3;6''
S CHARLIE F. BONAMER 941.488-7595
WATERFRONT ESTATES NOKOMIS S549,000
Grind wnt3itrcnt .3BFQ2PA adock -ind pool
S Ciibedral c illng;, irpic. so tmyg b.-cerren.
f ,'cieed garage Ue rl.:.e 'VC#4542-1: 1
PEGGY LEWIS 941-488-7595
SAN MARCO $549,000
4 Ju rnke firiuht:hed2BFV2BkA .ith gre'-i Gualh 1 .
.jxt t ':, l.e.'r C."er,'d paril-rg. Glass balcorn,
E.iaii sidle hl-haKd pool .'#i47t56'.I
JOHN KOTKIEWICZ 941-488-7595
JACARANDA CC WEST VI $525,000
SpEcla.:'ilai bnci fa dcl' Frisnne Lhrer bEd-
i ,, ,':n, h elt.e bath th ,,'u d-:ld ',.:. LariE
lar, i ih p'ol Greai rcnom irL-i. aulied cii.-
a r'fireplie 'VG#-l1730
..AVID MARSHMAN 941-488-7595
'GOLDEN BEACH:.. $498,000
360' Vlrtuil Tour Cqre island two bedroom
;'ctrage iyth'lolden'Eeach aciei Qui't deJed
end sd imet .''G472351 '
LUEANNE WOOD, P.A. 941.488-7595
Y WATERFORD $474,900
SFanlstic BRP.2BA Lake.goll '.new i galedc
c, o.mmunitny Caged heaied Fpool'.ps rasnic
S co.lnleri slrtiilessapplihncec ',G#46.7643
S JOHN KOTKIEWICZ 941-488-7595
NOKOMIS $469,000
'. n cBnal leading to urr Creek Roberls Bay
an;' ]d n i e Glu lTl 'IB .BA''.\ illi le t hr.,ugli.hur
'.Pack at llderi t l hnai VG#46157, .
MCiENRY & DICKERSON-TEAM 941-488-7595
SGOLDEN'BEACH ,. $449,900
NI e 2B'I on quiet trt'' st 'lu-I e'. short
b: blocd4 !hrm deded beach eaerien' Home of
"'h the-tiuire or excellent renill,'VG1466i 33 '
SJAN & RALPH CONNER 941-488-7595
., ROYAL TEE ESTATES' 388,900
S..Beauuuldll' lanlrdc.apel'.bRP2BA isp ,:lr'\
Scondmo iri ijacarartds W&-'t Entenin 3b tih'e
p.ool on a ptuo A-th WerL 1r 'VG-ri.0752
JOAN ZAHRADKA 941-488-7595
LAKES OF JACARANDA-. $386:999
Welli mr tsmined 3BR/280 plir plan New cr.
pet L A, Orifuii.ln .irbing oled kIiaen, badli
i'd .,'alk-lhru Private )'jd 'VC477636
JOAN KOMARNITZKI' 941-488-7595


GRACE &SHAWN'SERGERbN 941.488 7595 ISLANQPOF-VENICE;. $799,000 BLACKBURN HARBOR $699,900.
'icu, ,.:n at the i'f om thih 2 brdroo.m, 2 tI'l-v uiurr. bed r1' o be..room plus der,. t.vo
bath oil hge lot tin b-h block May be pncble bat 5h toh lioor tondo :on a canal 'Up.Fcle boat-
ISLAND OF VENICE'. $3,700,000 to ae Gulf trLm due.tion ;'G (16273i 3 icngct.rmunity Great w aier rnd sunset nE as
litlnnHRernasmiance rmia3t l r e o:n the ba min JANICE& NORM'HQLLOWAY 941-488-7595 GC3ra'v \'C4238i8
donovn v\em: '. bg to th Gull GRACE & SHAWN BERGERON 941-488r7595 .
oVreni.r i'. bridgt to tthe Gull VENIC- G4ULF.V.liW, $795,000
Statu of iheari lheuugh.:u lI.V C-460u57 66'Vi ulrI, Bra-dneLt hie d.. n' NOd t. ." $:' ,"- $699900"
ANDREW SMAJDOR 941-488-7595. I I a..Q, ,- ... .
uw c b -th-:-pd:' It qrn'y- -. N ertl ed in "D ee -p "'a- rina ttn l th ,+ebe, d ,oin t ree b ath 'qA enor-'
LYONS BAY $1,495,000 lo t. -lic .. ol .h bea m ou. lot Up1dated lat i0'i. lew a ndows
. *e i| grlo .j.p.,.l U lo;e to ieD be nches or n '.
Rjtel,' va''iable b.a,-iri:, lo h p ,ra .nortjm ".' h a r' '.i44 -' ard .:,d I lior. E.)at doc:k Thiese (mn uies iu o
b; viev. CkI.ted .t :ejteasll Less Ihari ,1. t,, '. ^m "- '. d IC%\v VG% 4,858 .
l ve to Nolor be,: '.GM6t7 i LLUEANNE WObb PRA 941-488-7595 TOM.MCDOUGALL "- .941-488-7595
PAULA WESLEY 941-488-7595 GULF.SJqRE, : '$745,000 'CALUSA LAKES $665,000
.WATERFRONT ON VENICE ISLAND TH $935,000 il, ~. indng Gilf Gt l curse e,'sV Buli'0 ,PGI hurricane
Penrhc..ue u'-ih s-p.ctacuiatl views of RP.obe. rli.t: bedroqm,. '. v bath, Rcmodeled with age. Three bedroom' pJus office, Itw bbahr-
Pay r IC \'I Birnd new' 2R Near downtown gourmek kitchen.iCro.vnnolding, upscale fur- 3123SF Granile, Family ioam 2.- car garage.
.nd onln\ blocks i,' the beach VG44"7467 nishin Loveui ull fieAs \'G#453296 i'CGa26903 .
LUEANNE WOOD, P.A. 941-488-7595 LUEA INEWPOQi P, PA. 941-488-7595 ANN JIGANTI 941-9249000'

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VENICE .. ',. .' :. $365,000
Former' 3/2 %sth 2CG model on or'erszed.
i typical lo,.'Featunng excepricrall', large rma,-
ler B/Ti< L/R plus ame.ntes! 'G#da47453
NANCY JORDAN' 941488-7595
FAIRWAY VILLAGE $349,900
Spectacular three bedroo'm.L, o bath' ,.ith Ebll
S-lTake 'ei,'s compliment theprtiiaie ':ondi-
.tion'and fabulous floor plan. 'CG.-73070 .-
ARNOLD KAUFMAN 941-488-7595'
WOODMERE LAKES $309,000
'Sale pending 'Mote in ready-sohr heated
pool: Humcane shutters: greatly la ket new
VGr-l74531 .
GLENN S. HYDE '941-488-7595
HERON SHORES $280,000
Ariached 2BR/2BA villa n rimmaculate condl-
uon Quiet Modest HOA idus, Commniinity
pool, lerMni courts: clubhofise VG#4776f28 .
LUEANNE WOOD,,P.A, 941-488-7595

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SORRENTO PARK $239,900
l.i.- .ii a Ilxi cC lr, I.:,I.- ...n Sp iIc.Ui tw.o
bedroom Iv i tb.chr, Lt openplimr NeNi pamnr
ind w,'c'd n:lc.: in Ir.nii .rom c'~oiiiom Iibi-
n e tsa \ G' #41 7 -''. r0 6

GRACE & SHAWN BERGERON. 941-488-7595
VENICE $229,900.
Ci'-i nd flop.:r L', t.' dr'r:.orn, .ro bath vith'
updh:,J I:..hen and baths Encl.osed Flckrid
mr.m,':".erloi.jkrlg -ard E:loui'edpprh 'pop'l
jwdl:_ubhouce G474 t .
GRACE & SHAWN.BERGERON 94i1488-7595
PINEBROOK LAKE CLUB $227,900
.ahjrrmrrng 21.2.BA end .unm' Catihedral ced.'
ing 2 .ianj.L, util," ric.im ri crporn. l ji'tid
1Ali d h ealed p..v.:.i -1- -.'i' tu
JOHN KOTKIEWIC2 .941-488-7595
WESTCHESTER GARDENS *22,000p,
Delhl'hful :Fk'2B., condo -v,'e'-'f 1'< &
goll courie' Furri hed gad flot',. F.t'rt 'fcor
:nor\bird Liot of upgrade. 'G# 26,1 .
DIANE LEE 941-58-7595
VENICE EAST $214,50Q
I b.. t riixr, bi; h ',irl Ith lt c1 l potential
".'':.rcded lot Pubixc alie.;i Large den and
lirnal Loit oL room to lc.prAd i 'Tii24..
DIANE LEE 941-488-7595
HERON LAKES $200,000
Rajiel) aV.i'atlle ihree bedroom, t. 'o bath vila
in desirable rn-aghbotihi..l INe' air -onrdiaion-
er i nd r':pip.:d plunribing, riny P..cnng plus
more' VGu'. 681-".
NANCY JORDAN 941-48759.
VENICE GARDENS ;$ 91n
'I-ll,. malirained .two be.drori Partally.
lenced, oi.er-uzed crpon.i',ith ..osrar. i sUnri~'
Flonds rorn. rnewer appliansoa VGt~1i'69S8'
JOAN KOMARNITZKI 941.-4 -70 95
SORRENTO VILLAS $1.0, P
Pare; avalab13te bedreaom. i 'bathJre -sial-
mng villi v.iLh greenbelt .l .v. Close t hetches
and shoFpp1ig P:it. are ok .'.G47-l4153.
JANICE & NORM HOLLOWAY 941;488-7595:
VILLAGE APTS "' "' $.:
UlpjlC d uniL taifh- ne' ivearpet, til.e.iba', ,a1.
c' and counteriop Frbijhv' paintped1t'icL.
decorated rnd tirrlike furnished VC#466,o-8.';
SAMMY GIORDANO 941-4 .-7 5,i;.
HARBOR ISLES $1 34 999.'
Pntmine ni' bcdijomm, to,' bath Furisrhe'.
55- community with all armieniues. AA6ordable
rmonihl fee Large lanai and 'armrly riomi
\'Gaq'672i2. ' i
JOAN KOMARNITZKI 941-488 795-
VENICE ,
E.j r. 5id of North Port ,n pia;'d road-r
ILS area #PI3i Inveit ncow before pines,
mcrease. ','C43lrJ '-
STEVE BELUNDER 941-48p8-7595.
VENICE $45,900
Eajt side oi N.rth Fort i n a puwed road '.
TMLS area F'131 Invert' nuw.,.before'pnces:
miricaee "'#4321 12
STEVE BELLINDER 941488-7595 -
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2852 Orchard St.
North Port.
3/2/2 BUILT 2005,
separate family and living
room, 2200 under air.
Fenced in back yard.
$289,000.



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2003 3/bdrm 2/ba. CB
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Owner (863)-558-0345
8 acre horse ranch, 3/2
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1022 ENGLEWOOD
FOR SALE

2-3/2/1, 1.5 lots, fenced yard,
city water/sewer, tile thruout,
updated interior. $185,000 97
Warren Ave. (off Dearborn St.)
(941)769-2085 or 460-9178
2/2/2 split plan home on
canal. 20 min. to ICW, 144' of
seawall, close to everything.
(941)475-9370
3/2/1 GULF COVE, Duval
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4/2/2 2314sf, Pool, 2 lots,
shed, $349,000
Sel-Fast RE List @ 3.5%
(941)4758282

A SALE
Pre-Construction pricing
West Gate Condominiums
3BR/2BA, 2,000sf,
From $339,900
2 MI TO ENGLEWOOD BCH
Selling FAST. Please call
(941)475-5553
westgatecondominiums.com


-AVORIFUR 'C 'UR1'
Immediate Help Avail.
Call Al
941-780-6600 I
Beautiful 2004 3/2/2
189 Mariner Ln. $260,700
Joe & Sondra Isgrig
RE/MAX Bayside Properties
941-400-1448
Build to Suit, your lot or
ours, 1750sqft $229,000
CBC-1252481
(941)697-5742
FREE LIST: PROPERTIES
FOR SALE. Terry long
941-475-1311 or email
tiongl@comcast.net
RE/MAX Bayside Prop.
Always LONG On SERVICE!
Gulf Cove 2 2,2 den.
New roof. Oversized cor-
ner lot. Community boat
ramp to the Myakka.
S218,000 Terry Long 941-
475-1311
REMAX Bayside.


1020 HOUSES FOR
SALE

Rotonda Pebble Beach,
Canal, 2/2/2 New roof,
newer AC, New paint in &
out, landscaping cacant
$225,000 Jessica Menzel
@ Gasparilla Properties
941-815-8451

WE HAVE
$7,000,000,000.
TO LEND ON REALESTATE
MORTGAGES. GOOD OR BAD
CREDIT OK.
RJVLENDDRCW .
941-474-LOAN

STOP PAYING RENT-
FREE Special Report.
Visit::
www.PortCharlotteZe-
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Weichert Realtors, Southern Choice,
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1022 ENGLEWOOD 1024 NORTH PORT
FOR SALE
-. 2- i FiI:.i Hol-ne, irrigation
Gulf Cove,3 Bedroom I,., priva,: --, shed &
totally updated, New outside storage. $168,000
kitchen, Hardwood; tile &(94129038 716-2177
carpet. Only $168,000 fam y rom, rem
ry o Bayside41 5-1311 eled kitch.,new tile, carpet&roof,
sec. sys, priv. fence, Ig shed,
$190,000 (941)4290856
I BUY 3 "' :. 2 Ire Home! on
STORM DAMAGED HOUSES Beautiful Coco Plumb water-
1-800-SELL-NOW way. Ready August.
(1-800-735-5669) .Call 941-815-8225
www.WeBuyFlorida.com 3/2.5/2CG. 1996 beautiful
Tenbush home, Split plan. Htd
Diamond Brite' pool. Work-
N. ENG. F.S.BO. 3/3/2 heat shop. Shows like a model.
ed pool, new AC, shed ' ,-$274 900. 4284 Cuthbert Av
ed pool, new AC, shed w/AC, off ^l 941429-9661.
corner lot. Close to shopping,
banks, school, beach. 3/2/1, Encl Firm w/ AC
$279,900. 941474-6266 fenced yd + much more.
NEED A MORTGAGE? MUST SEE. $194,000 By
100% Financing! Owner/agent,(941)-429-5973
Call Kazwell 3/2/2 den, built 2004,
(941)-625-0015 stainless steel appl., lots of
New 3/2/2 split plan! Cathe- upgrades, enclosed lanai,
dral ceilings! Concrete 1,566 sf $255,900
block/stucco. 30 year dime- (941)-321-3479
sional roof! Oak cabinets! / ilt 4 ar flar
MLS# 478154. Askin 3/2/2, built 2004, area of larg-
MLS# 478154. Asking er new hbmes! Walker Michael
$219,900. 941-270-1461. ernew h$m1es. kerMichae
ACTIVITY REALTY 1 $29,900. Broker,
ACTIVITY RLY Ron, 603-759-9000
NO MONEY DOWN
Finance FOR SALE BY OWNER NEW
Per ect Credit Not Required 3Eh ; 2 -':1 t. len, Gr.
American Federared Funding. In,:. ,r r ,254,900.
u,-. Con Lender, Equal Hwusng 4-1703
9414731911 or 80-624-43801 :
'NO MONEY DOWN '$30,000 DOLLARS
FINANCING or qualified families. to hel
Perfect Credit Not Reg'd you purahjis hjme.
Other Loans Available .all PrFeme Mortgage
*10% Down With 500 1 :9-I4) 42c-569
Credit Score
e5% Down Investor 3: 3 P.F BP 2.:G wv den anria.,
*100% Home Equity new home: 1:755sqft.
*10% Down Lot Loan S.4,I,00:li Cell 646-823-
Amern..an FederaleJ Fundrg, Inr 5612 ior l;cit 1085 Spence
Lic. Corr Lender' Equal Housing i(1, i CAM-.PM
941473-1911 or 800.24-0801
4440 Eldron
4BR/2.5BA/2CG Pool
Home w/exta lg e
N OI N lanai and 24' by 24 stor-
NOW OPEN IN ENGLEWOOD/ .age shed w/elec & w
ROTONDA. MCCALL PLAZA situated on beautifully
(across from Wal:Mart) landscaped Double lot
(941)474-5118 or 474-5598 w/ fish ond. To many
options to list A MUST SEE!
Offered at $369.000
Donna Lee Really- 426-5197
scape ne& a retiu j& 4bed/2bath foreclosure!
w/new rooi, ac carpet & Priced to sell. Only $123K.
paint This J&J home features For listings & details: 800-
split bdrms, I.r...d.r., f.r..& con:, ?9-8124 ext. 5542
temporary kit & Irg nisti suite '
w/clstom builrins ..Ready f6lb American Dream Builders
flew owners S345,00.;:..; AFFORDABLE LUXURY -
f941321 -1671. Qw riglft FEATURING
Rotonda 2 Bedroom.' *oQuai
Canal Home New Roof, eLocation
kitchen, baths, Turn-key eSelection
furnished $209,900. Teny A TRUE TURN-KEY BUILDER
Lng 941-475-1311 RE/MX1 (866) 766-8828
Basie ADBhomes.com CBCA57636
Rotonda 4 Bedroom Pool
Home, New roof, kitchen, immediate Help Avail.
appliances & more. Terry ...-'Gali A
Long 941-475-1311 941-780-60
RE/MAX Bayside. 941-780-.00
> BRAND NEW. 3/2/2, possi
ble 4, den study area,
WE BUY HOUSES screened lanai, 2,010 sq. ft.
CASH under air. $249,900. Call
S24 HR HOTLINE Chris at ERA (772) 486-3392
BRIGHT-SPACIOUS 3/2/2 new
paint & carpet, split plan, Irg
/-3133 lanai, quiet street off Sumter,
Sn'ear Heron Creek CC
4650 Cazes. $229,900. 941
724-5907 or 941-923-5700
NOKOMIS/OSPREY' .
OR SAE Build to Suit, your lot or
-FORSALE .ours, 1750sqft $229,000
BY OWNER- Spacious CBC-1252481
3br/3ba/2cg htd caged 9
pool, fenced yard, sprinkler BUILT 2005, 3,2/2 Oyer
sys, cent. util. $429,900 2000 sq.ft. Great rm with
488-8143, owner/broker ,family room. Fenced in
backyard. $289,000.
1024 NORTH PORT Heather Nottingham
941-232-6125
1872 JAMROS Ave. new ROWE REAL ESTATE
home 2005, 3,'2,2, all
appliances, S226,900. -l:STOM bui l 3 i n
Won't last. 941- 764-9231. 3rei" bu May 200i
E(,49 ,9"i 1 Call Eric. PeMoj
AVOID FORECLOSURE Pal .941. 613508
wE I:AI HELP TOl,,Ai
Berlr 6bui-ei- Eur3u Memter For iale by owner. 2052 Ger
i,-ll JuT, Tod 2 -.i2 ,40 )J aId Ave., 3BR. 2BA plus ijiTnil
..c lhCrij.3HrnmF-P ue. ,O r.oi om, 2,700Sf. LovelC new
rame r (9411-423 3509
i 1 i:P Cul .alrlIr h.leir-
mr enlt i:. i, II.:.: ,3jrj, ,GREAT STAPTER retremrrni o
hA.ed, Iruil ire-. jprpl's., ipart v,-trerit Clear, 2 1 5
lurin. ~,lti Cril.:,al Asl'n-i : h reail 10anon. Ash
I 12'.,9:' 194 1 i-42. 0965 S155 0. ,u, 1941 -423.648S


Kathy Lehner Ed Benson Rae Ramaccmom Cindy Gnegy Chris Carlson Cindyv Maro\ich Tenrr Turner
468-3523 223-6652 586-6557 468-5196 223-0627 408-6041 Oitike Assistant


Cheryl Polito Dan Anulare Mary Beth Field Rich Lange
284-7760 735-0068 650-2187 223-4921


700 MIRABELLA New 2nd
41.. condo never lived in. Tile,
'carpet, cathedral ceilings &
detached 1 car garage mate
this unit perfect for a second
home or investment.
Community pool, close to
(shopping & restaurants.
79,000. Venice Ave. to
,APburn Rd. to Mirabella.


THIS IS THE ONE! Incredible
Island home blending the past with
the present. This 5 bedroom, 3 plus
bath home has so much to offer;
from tile floors to upstairs patio,
fireplace & pool. So much more,
you have to see to appreciate.
$1,500,000.


GROUND FLOOR! Brand new.
unit with a beautiful long lake
view. This community is less than
4 miles to the beach. $340,000.


NEW TOWNHOUiSE construction
near the heart of downtown Venicel
Close to shops, dining, beaches &
the Venice Litte Theater. 3
bedrooms, 2': balhs, 2 car garage,
granite countertops, crown molding,
$1500 carpet allowance to choose
the color you desire. $479,000.


RARELY AVAILABLE ground
floor in golf course community.
True 2BR/2BA, 2 lanais with
lake view. Fresh paint, newer
flooring, newer appliances.
Clubhouse, pool, tennis
courts. Close to shopping and
beaches. $205,500.


2980 N. BEACH RD. PRICE
REDUCED Gulfside Villa -
Immaculate updated kitchen &
baths. One car qarport with
utility area, vaulted ceilings,
built-in bar, boat slips, heated
community pool, clubhouse,
close to beach, boat docks
available. $475,000.


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1024 NORTH PORT 1025 PT CHAR 1025 PT CHAR
FOR SALE FOR SALE

S2418'Wihisperlow Deep "reek, brand new,
BUYAttractive 3/2/1, 1681 sqft 3/3/2 w/loft, all appliances
STORM DAMAGED HOUSES trti included & many extras, ready
1-800-SELL-NOW total, Avail. Now. to move in, beautiful lot. Don't
(1-800-735-5669) $194,9000. miss this one. $285,000,
www.WeBuyFlorida.com 941-698-0582 (239)810-0585
2BR/1BA + Carport. Move DEEP CREEK Home by
in ready, new paint & car- owner 3/3/2, Great room,
IMMACULATE 3/2/2, City pet. Priced for quick sale! 1884SF giving $259,900.
Water, f/plc, scr. lanai, fenced $107,000 (941)-468-1656 (941-391-0031 or 628-2141
yard, rm for pool. 3082 Spice 3 Bedroom Foreclosure! pSAStER HOMES.
Ln, $198,900. 941-266-1045 3 B F c u l O ..
Ln, $198,900.941-266-1045 Only $30,000! Must sell. Call "' opD a Cash.,
LIKE NEW 1800sf liv., 3/2/2 for listings. 800-749-8124 IMMEIIATLY
fam rm., 10' ceilings all appl's. ext. 5543 N B ll '
Great area. Save SSS By NO.BU!!SH WAT
owner $250K. 941-391-2947 3/2, FRESH WATERFRONT 941-468-7614&-*.,1. IM
home, completely remodeled
LOOKING FOR HOME/LAND and landscaped. Large Dia- FOR SALE B. o,:lEr, 3/2/2
Call DJ Bosman, Realtor mond Brite pool and pavers. in -OaR~s Hollow. New tile &
15 yr North Port resident Too much to list. A Great Dealood floor. Like new home!
Prudential Village Realty at $245,000 obo. Call Don Mtoo Seoor Le e76-9w 39
941-628-1461 or 42&0770 941-763-8005 .Mst ee.(91)-7
lot : W FW LAKEFRONT
NEED A MORTGAGE? 3/2/1 FSBO on dbl. lot w 3/2/2Split Plan,LR, DR,
100% Investor Financing 600 sf. detached workshop. A Catherdral-Ceilings, BR Nook,
Call Kazwell custom remodeled home on Laundrj'Ro6,; Lanai, All Tile.
(941)-625-0015 Kerrville Cir! $279,900. 941- exBept Bedrooms, Sprinklers,
815 6657 No realtors please. Dock, IncI Furniture & Pon-
EW LI "IN 3 2 2 Estate Home, 1427 ft., toon Boat. :$285,000. No
3BRnBA, Caged pool g Lanai, Hurricane Shutters, PFal' r ir?4I-625.1..l
hot, fenced 229,900. Call for appt. 941- -larndmTi-.j Special, 3/2.5,
tile. $249,900. .-'44243 or 913-226-5944 retail $210,000 asking
Fred Smith Realty, Inc.
Call Steve Smith 3 2 P, new roof, A/C & win- $173,900. Cash investors
941-662-0051 dows, new tile, carpet & wood only. (954) 938-5155
ljrrrnate flooring, fenced yard,, Hurr,.' 'e- reIo i r newer
READY NOW All 3BR/2BA/ 2CG, $158,000941-429-9033 ho rioe Ov'r 1.8: ;1 tile
Built2002; 1,079sf, $210,000 3373 MAPLE TERR. 2BR/ Ir"oughrou p"::.l 2 i.' @
Built 2005, 1,375sf, $235,000 1BA, newly remodeled, tile ; 389,000i:j, l41:'li-5703
Built 2005, 1,381sf, $235,000 throughout, custom kit. cab.
Built 2005, 1,549sf, $249,900 $127,000. (708-271-2721
Ed Curry, (941)713-3580 or I'BU
927-2111 Atrium Real Estate 3/2, 1336sf, carport,
fenced yard, $159,000 RM DAMAGEDHOUSES
SOLD! SOLD! Sel-Fast RE list@3.5% 1-800-SELL-NOW
WANT TO SELL (941)-475-8282 1-800-735-5669|
YOUR HOME FAST? www.WeBuyFlorida.com
CALL 4BR/3BA, 3000 SF
HEATHER NOTTINGHAM under air. Never lived in,
ROWE REAL ESTATE built 2005. Room for pool.
941-232-6125 Great room plan. ,.., LBY. HOUSES- .
$339,000. ,:1r, Port Charlotte.
Spacious 4 bed 2.5 bath Heather Nottingham Any-cond. CASH -
Home built in 1991. 941-232-6125 CaB ob 764-9231..
2459sf under air, New ROWE REAL ESTATE : Ca
A/G pool. Beccy Wolfe LAvE '.D2r. '.p.:1.u; 3 2 2
941-504-4009 5 ACRES WITH 5,000 SF LAE ..:paiu I 3 2 2
Gasparilla Properties 2Story Custom Home And "::L 'iiTe ,, Crtre grli
GasparillaProperties 3,000 SF. Detached Garage course. FSB. $375,000.
WATCH THE FIRE WORKS! As-is: $749K, Also, 5 Vacant 941 -7.' ,1514 or 6.294657
From your Country .Estate Acres: $549K, 941-629-3436 .NEED A MORTGAGE?
Livnig in the heart of N Port. 1st Time Home Buyers
3/2/3 w/pool on 4.9 acres, $500 FOR SELLER. Just se ,l .cill Kazwell ,
zoned RMF. 941-380-7579 through me! Carolyn Roy, -EN. (941)-6250015
John Moore, Weichert Real- TURY 21 Almar & Asso. 4-625-0015
tors Southern Choice. 941- (941-637-7621. Enter to win On two lots with new metal
429-3200 a local restaurant gift cer- :roof- ir: immaculate home
tificate at with large lanai and new dra-
www.flhome4u.com or matic kitchen has 2 master
www.carolyns4u.com suites and 2 car garage-
WE BUY HOUSES S O $210.000 call Rose-
CASHA CASH OFFER ON YOUR a t,,JahQey, Professional
CASH HOME WITHIN 24 HOURS, Realty of SW FL@. 941-456-
24 HR HOTLINE Any area, price or cond. Fast 0965 or e-mail 5624@rbse-
800-987-3133 losingng! 941-475-2026 marymahoney.com for.a flyer.
AVOID @ FORE eLSURE1 Port Charlotte By Owner
SImmediate Help Avail. 2 BR/2 bath/2 car gar
[- | Call Al Formal LR/Din Rm
Why wait to build! Brand new 941-780-6600 $199,900. 424 Fletcher St
construction 3/2/2, 2200sf Call Steve 941-626-6600
lots of tile and upgrades.
Beccy Wrle 9 41 504-4,1A9 BEAT THE HEAT Storybook Homes .
G3sparilla Pr:uperrtli.- 2 IJealy rdonei d e'. "'Special Free Stainless
cage, Dajnionil Eritein Steel Appliances w/ Signed
1025 PT CHAR pool. Custom Built, home. Contract Through
10 T HAR $235,000. RA#8480 7/30, 05.** Visit the model
FOR SALE center at 2084 Rio de Janeiro
in Deep.Creek. Contact Laurie
$158,800 off Lakeview PRICED TO Lyons, Coldwell Banker Sun-
Blvd. '2 bedroom 1.5 baths SELL QUICKLY. star Realty, 941-25E5-Z88
with large yard and barn like 3/1 1/2 conversion to full ---
Sshed! New oak cabinets in bath possible. -
Skitchen, new baths,- new tile Home Warranty. WE BUY HOUSES
and carpet to be installed- or $155,000. RA#8484
make offer before- call Rose- CASH
-mary Mahoney, Professional RayJeries 24 HR HOTLINE
Realty of SW FL@ 941456- (941)-391-1301 or 80098731
0965 or email 5625@rose- 800-987-3133
marymahoney.com for a flyer. (941)-626-3260
1987' 2/2/1 cozy ranch ERA Randol Realty, Inc.
house, very well maintained, (941)-625-4193
17404 fyler Ave. $169,900. 1026 PUNTA GORDA
Call Steve 941- 624-3062. 3/2/2 Nice/Newer $225K 1026PUNTAGODA
Bldg. Lots- Lg'. St-iir.n FOR SALE
2/1, 900 SQ. FT. + large Flori- Relty Concepts- Inc.
da room, 250 sq. ft. 1 car (941) 743-8255 .1 4, A(EA[CHETTES 1,200
gar. with built in storage & -F'F, iri-O bjarn, 2 wells, 34'
workshop.. Laundry room, cov- Buy foreclosure! 3 bedroom, trlr. ne septic, bathhouse, &
ered patio, very nice home. Only $30,000! For listings calliec $129K (941-234-6609
Ar4;nf Sl-Q9jFO. 9 '4815 1 POO-749-8124 Ext. B239 e. 2919412346609
A7.r $19,950. 2/~.i Feqced. fireplace,
r H l CHA. 6369 Scott Street.
2/2 SPACIOUS 1600 SF. brll u: un arx 10 $89,900. Harold T. Goffe
m w2/2 SPACIOUS 1600 SFrm. tonu: :un rm, approx 10URealtor, nc 941-639-5777
home w linmi ro.om. SF r ew roof, berber carpet& Realtor Inc941-639-5777
..cellenl Conridiicin. rrartle lile floor in kit. & bath,
r .182.000 KRA~N6i8A 1. i 0 '0. (850)-893454? 3/2/2 $319.00
ERA Randol Realty. Inc. Burnt Store Lakes
(941)-625-4193 DEEP CFEEf 4. 2 p.ou rhme, Sunshine Realty
riew root, formal living ronrm. 941-286-6286
Floda r e dining room, large lanai, extra
1 -Hurr : .e ,u .er 11 ,: large gr $335,000. (ENTI.. 3 2 2 Car gar. iool. .eperale
Hurn:,d .1 0run r 2512 21 Sunbelt, Call Juillella 211 0i garage, lots size 160
cud I 1 ', uu. 2 t.allero lor details, (9411-629- :20, needs fix-up,
II Jam,:. 4 66 942 ?3'9 15i0,1000 941-628-8565








Friday, July 1, 2005, Real Estate Classified


1026 PUNTA GORDA
FOR SALE


DEEP CREEK,.FSBO. ,0
2001 3/2/2 Pool Home
2449 sq. ft, 1804 living
$279,000
By appt. 941-505-7475
Deep Creek- 3/2/2
2338 SF Total, Bit 1989,
26103 Salonika Ln,.$219 K
941-916-1163 or 661-8801
HOMES ON ACREAGE
3/3 5 Acres Updated, handi-
capped arcessible 8100
Cleveland r .:i ',iL.0 4/2
1.25 Acres Detached
garage, motivated seller.
7142.Alfred Blvd. $279,000.
Harold T. Goffe Realtor, Inc
941-639-5777 ;.
Just Reduced! 3/2/2 o ndo:u
ble lot, 1,800 sq.ft. New roof,
new a/c, new applic. Comni.
boat ramp, $247,000'. Utopia
Comm. Rlty. 575-7111
NEED A MORTGAGE?
Have a situation? Lets' Talk.
Call Kazwell
(941)-625-0015
NEW CUSTOM' HOME`
BURNT STORE MEADOWS ;
Large pool, lush landscaping.
This home is all quality, gran-
ite, wood, cabinets, ther-
mopane v;rindjwi loii :'f fil'e &
oak. $434 i90:- I.i) 5 5
7479 o- I'1Jli '661\i.1"I
www.fsbc..o ,m .,u I7i'I:

QUIET COUNTRY
LIVING AT ITS BEST!
Desirable 3/2/2 in Punta
Gorda Peace River Shores.
$229,900. RA #8478
Call Irma Wilcoxon :
(941)-639-7870
ERA Randol Reality,. Inc
(941)-625-4193

1027 SOUTH VENICE
FOR SALE ::'

2br/2ba/2cg, cagedpool,,8'
privacy fence, Il'li toijl *i
built in 2002, 1/2 Tiie i,, ,ioaj
ramp & ferry to privatebeach.
1776 SOIi.THLArJD FD
5289,OOi. '?41 i.&3t.!;

'OIDFOCRECLOSUREI
Immediate Help )vail.
Call Al
941-780-6600

Bank Owned & Gov't Owned
Homes. U11 re-; Pri.:e
ranges. C jii lijr -:1rrenrr pro,
erties. i -ealry, In.: ?:l'j'j 4.
0801, cell 941- 650-8086


Home owners we will
pay up to 10% more
for your home. Damaged
or not! Cash in 24 hrs.!!!
We will beat any
offerr (941)627-0802



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


1027 SOUTH VENICE
FOR SALE


MOVE RIGHT INTO THIS
2/2/Split 1520sqft Icar
garage home, Lg.
11.6'x30' enclosed lanai
w/ own air. 100x100
fenced lot, plenty of room
to park boat or RV. Stor-
age shed w/ electric.
Located West of the trail
in quiet neighborhood but
close to shopping &
restaurant. Community
offers private beach &
boat ramp. $219,000.
941-493-5999 or
941-266-8556


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





WE BUY HOUSES
CASH
24 HR HOTLINE

S800-987-3133



1028 VENICE FOR SALE

BEACH ACCESS- on Venice
Island 4/3/2, new roof.
$599,999. (941)-412-9682
www.homesandlots.info
CALL
HEATHER NOTTINGHAM
ROWE REAL ESTATE
941-232-6125
Everyday advertising
until sold!
Charming home w/ beautiful
tile, cabinets galore, barrel tile
roof, & pool. new paint in/out.
$264,900 941-749-2827
www.BuccaneerRealtv.com

1030 WATERFRONT
HOMES


*^"T-T^


2402 Como St., 2 over-
sized waterfront lots, pool,
spa and loads of extras in
this waterfront beauty!
$550,000

Free Map or Market Value
Marianne Lilly, GRI, SRES
RE/MAX Harbor Realty
(941) 764-7585
LillyM@comcast.net
BOATERS DREAM HOME
3 2 5. 3 W HEAT I- FI: L),
ON TWO DEEP WATER LOTS.
213' ON WATER W/ 100'
BOAT DOCK, 16,000LB BOAT
LIFT. HOUSE IS LOADED
WITH OPTIONS. CALL LARRY
CORNELL @661-2072
GASPARILLA PROPERTIES


1030WATERFRONT 1040 CONDOSNILLAS 1040 CONDOSNILLAS
HOMES FOR SALE FOR SALE


We sell Houses for $2,995"
VENICE NORTH PORT
492-3033 429-6993
*Homes over $200,000
slightly higher
www.4venicehomes.com

1040 CONDOSNILLAS
FOR SALE

1/1 condo FSBO. Port Char-
lotte. Desirable corner unit
with great view $85,000.
(407)-484-2205
2/2 CONDO FOR SALE
Kings Hwy. 1060 Sq. Ft.
All NEW Appliances and A/C
$129K. Call 941-235-2755
2/2 Condo w/lanai & tile
1000sf, Kings Hwy,
$129,000
Sel-Fast RE List @ 3.5%
(941)-475-8282
2/2/2 + DEN on LAKE,
St. Andrews Park Villa,
Venice BY OWNER
$340,000. Many Extras.
Call 941-493-0103
for Appt.
4i:i 6Eird Bay Dr., W. in Fair-
ways, end unit 106, 1st floor
on golf course. Must come &
see it! Too many amenities to
mentioning. Appointment only.
(941)488-3865 or 468-2327

A SALE
Pre-Construction pricing
West Gate Condominiums
3BR/2BA, 2,000sf,
From $339,900
2 MI TO ENGLEWOOD BCH
Selling FAST. Please call
(941)475-5553
westgatecondominiums.com
CITY ISLAND OF VENICE
2/2 CONDO.unit, waterview
Buy now before we paint &
increase $285,000
488-8143 owner/broker

Condo for Sale on
Edgewater Dr.
2 Bed/2Bath, 1st Floor
1-743-6450.


Courtyard Condo,
Cathedral Ceilings
3/2, Walk -in- Close
Storage, Amenities
Condo Fees.
941-740-2244
Englewood, 2/2/2
in 55+ FOXWOOD,
Jan Broome, Kelle
Realty, 941-270-77


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COLLINGSWOOD POINTE
MLS#465051 CUSTOM'
Waterfront 3/2/3 $879,000
Call 941 235-2316
NEED A MORTGAGE?
Refinance or Purchase
Call Kazwell
(941)-625-0015
PGI, Tastefully updated,
3BR/2BA on 150' of seawall.
Move-in condition. Too much
to list. Realtors welcome will
coop. $539,000 Please call
941-286-1707
PRIME SAILBOAT WATER-
FRONT HOMES & LOTS. Sev-
eral not in MLS. Susan Love,
Shells Realty. 941-268-1715.
3BR/2BA POOL HOME WITH
GULF ACCESS. $374,900.
Please call Layne Cason or
MIelissa Cline of Carl Burr
Realty at 941-429-7777


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Greatroom,
, Skylight, HERITAGE OAK PARK,
ats, Lots of B Villa, on greenway,
Incl. Low loaded with extras.
S Call for appointment.
l 941-764-7922 J
larger unit
$259,900. Nice 2 bedroom/2 bath
1r Williams condo at the beautiful Oaks
81 III complex. Screened-in
balcony overlooking a
park-like setting. Close to
shopping, small pet
allowed. $137,000. Neta
_._ Waracks (941)-380-2200.
,,... Century 21 Almar & Asso-
,ilhi'. ciates.
age Oak Nokomis Fairwinds Villa,
ice free 2BR/2BA, new kit, bath, car-
ge. Move pet, pool, clubhse, possible
14,000. boat dockage, wlk to bch,
$225,000 Investment RIty
ket Value (941)492-5050
RI, SRES PGI 2/2 condo Banyan Point,
i585 1400 sq. ft., In restorations,
ast.net 2nd. floor, elevator, on canal,
100% tile, hard surface
2/1, 1437 counter tops, marble sinks in
319,000. bathrooms, covered carports,
@ 3.5% hurricane shutters, 50 ft.
282 assigned. dock space, $70
per year. Many upgrades,
Some furniture. $300,000.
Call 941-575-1926
y.com Port Charlotte, immediate
Venice occupancy, 2/2 w/ cov-
ered parking, furnished,
Us_ Promenades East central
location. FSBO. $135,000.
lable!! 941-625-4740
Ius Premiere Planned
Community, EMERALD
lable!! OAKS CONDOMINIUMS,
i 3BR/2BA.with detached
ramic golf garage. First phase sold
. ird I.. out! To reserve your unit in
Srurn the second phase, Please
call:
QfFL, (941) 426-1489
55,000 Fred Shute
tr"e.,. R. E. & Development, Inc.
S'.,Ir0 n 13355-C Tamiami Tr.,
North Port, FL 34287
Construct CB-C058694.
waterside
2nd fl PROMENADES EAST
CONDOMINIUM
.w 1/1 & 2/2 Units
er-ur, i Jerry L. Kegel,
-" 90 Lie. R.E. Broker
941-766-9339
I? This unit
2BR/2BA VENICE ISLAND CONDO'S
Condo, ADORABLE 1/1 625SF
ONLY 2 LEFT TO CHOOSE
S HURRY STARTING FROM
li, 2 2.n $159,900.
1 ri00 Please call Melissa Cline
nd flunit 941-586-2593 OR Layne
Cason at 941-724-0228
DOS of Carl Burr Realty
ONDOS
'ass N.
tment 1060TOWNHOUSES
s804 FOR SALE
8497
ea, we'll 4/2/2 Townhome on Bay
a, want '", w,' elevator. Charity
Cain-Kelly @ Gasparilla
rment Properties. 941-716-0685
asonals
6777 1070 DUPLEXES

3k Villa, FOR SALE
m;
anai; just 3 Duplexes For Sale By Owner
nis, etc.; 1 in Venice & 2 in Englewood-
ppt only, Great locations & investments!
575 Call (941)-4081925


1070 DUPLEXES
FOR SALE

INCOME! E. ENGL. Newly
remodeled. 2/2. Rspbl. tenants.
Leased at $700. They maintain.
$225K 941-587-1601

1090 MOBILE HOMES
FOR SALE


1090 MOBILE HOMES
FOR SALE

Lowest prices on new manu-
factured homes from factory
owned Prestige Home Center
in Tampa. 3BR, 2BA. Multi-sec-
tion homes from $41,900
including Delivery, Set-up and
A/C. 1 (800)-232-1644


1090 MOBILE HOMES 1100TIME SJARE
FOR SALE ;


PG, Golf Course community,
55+, handicap accessible
home, 3/2, 2002 Skyline,
2000 sq. ft.; includes open
sunroom, beautiful, must see!
Call for appointment. (941)-
575-9410

SAT & SUN, 932 Zacapa Ave.
Immaculate home, unique
floor plan, 2BR/2BA, $41,500
obo (941)485-7907


WATERFRONT TIME
SHARE ON DAYTONA
BEACH. This is red
floating time which can
be used when you want
to vacation. Asking
$2,000.00 For details
call (941)485-1791.


1110 OUT OF
AREA HOMES


SINGLES & DOUBLES ACREAGE, LOTS, VACATION
22 models in stock or HOMES & MORE! Call us at
special orders in 3 weeks. 1-866-731-3733 (FREE)
Sample- 2BR/1BA only MURPHY, NORTH CAOULINA
$28,900. Incl. Set-up, www.freedomrealtvonline.com
A/C, skirting & steps. FREEDOM REALTY, INC.
First Class Homes.
(941) 639-9497 BEAUTIFUL MURPHY N.C.
Mountains. 3br/3ba. Irg. fami-
ly rm, 2 car attach gar. 1 03
VENICE RANCH wooded acres, SI159.500.
12x56 2BR/2BA. Asking (828)-837-4987 intotube.net
$13,000. Unfurnished. #116417
12x56, 2BR/2BA. Asking
$14,000. Unfurnished. Must Sell! Payoff Only;'$55
12x56 2BR/2BA. Asking K, 4br/2ba Double wide on
$27,500. Unfurnished. (1) Acre, Ray City Ga. 229-
Others to choose from! 55+ 247-7653 Ext. 238]!-',
Community, No pets. Call Dick MLS# 61159
or Steve (941)-488-5672 or 941-626-7421'
I l i_ # l I


Enjoy Life! Herit
Villa. Maintenar
2BR, 2-car gara8
Right in for $24

Free Map or Mar
Marianne Lilly, G
RE/MAX Harbor
(941) 764-7
LillyM@comc6
Gondola Park 3/;
sf, lanai, 2003. $:
Sel-Fast RE List
(941)-475-8



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Condos Avai
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Homes Avail
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courie o'2 2.
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New, New, New, C
Finished in PreFall
of Jacaranda 2/2
$263,145
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in Bird Bay Village?.
Large Townhouse
3/3 $315,0
Lakeside grjurdil
.Co.,ul.r 6E -5 ;-I
Poolside 2/2 group
$219,000
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steps to pool, ten
call for details; a
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$100,000 $120,000 VALUE
Set up, $29,900. obo, 80' x
28', 2000 sf., 2/2. Must be MUST SELL BY
relocated. Very nice! Needs U 1
minor outside dings fixed. JULY 1ST!
(941-623-3785 2 Nobility Homes for
Immediate Delivery.
12X56 2/2 completely fur- Thoiatens elers
nished, leaving state, must usas
sale $10,500. obo (941-235- Than New Orders.
1739 (941)-255-1122
1995 3/Bdrm DW 28X52 No (877)-507-1
Storm damage on 1/2 acre in Holiday Park North Port
Arcadia $85,900. Owner Beauotiul 3br/2ba dou-
(o863i-558-0345 Beautiful 3br/2ba dou-
(863)-558-0345 blewide includes lot owner-
1999 24X36 3 Bdrm DW No ship. Only $119,900
storm damage on 1/2 ac in 488-8143, Sunacre Realty
Arcadia $79,900 Owner Palm H Factor Liqui
.(B63.55B-0345 Palm Harbor Factory Liqui-
dation Sale. All models must
1999 3/bdrm 16x76 MH No go. Call for free color
Storm.Damage on 1/2 ac.in brochures 1-800-622-2832.
Arcadia $84,900.(863)-558- PALM HARBOR Modular and
Mobile Homes. Call the facto-
2/2 Double wide, 1,506 sq.ft. ry for free color brochures &


new windows, new roof & new quotes. 1-800-622-2832 VENICE-RIDGEWOOD INeel Cl; a
flooring. Only $145K. Utopia 1 BR + DEN, INSUL.ROOF HavA A
Comm. Rty. 941- 575-7111. ADVERTISE! NEWER APPL, PARTLY FURN.Sa
$28,900 941-350-8938 Garage Sa
2005 JACOBSEN
2BR/2BA Double Wide.
$54,900 Inc. Del. Set.
Skirt. & Steps.
Call 941-875-6148

BY OWNER Island of Venice
dblwide 42' long, partly furn,
2br/2ba, liv, dining, kit &
deck, bock'avail. Pet Section.
$124,400. (941)484-6313 (941) 485-9 47
ENGL, 2br/2ba double wide, 800 E. Venice Ave., Venice F1 342
Ig scrnd lanai, carport, 55+
resident-owned park. Small website: www.hackworthrealty.ci
pet ok. (941)474-4178 e-mail: hackworthrealty@verizon
FSBO, PG Furnished Dou-
blewide 2/2 with double car
port, screened porch. 55
Park. Blue Heron Pines 5 B
$75,000. (941)-639-6252 man

HOMES OF MERIT
Call for Free Price Quote
& Brochures. 575-9932.
PENTHOUSE ON THE ISLAND OF
VENICE! Iia o n2:r,- t' 2 tnl-
JACOBSEN HOMES .',,., ri ..,-i :: i_..:;, ,.Jr
Coming Soon! Brand New .- B. aulluli tr, .:*..r,,l .re-.i ,:.u -. sa-
2006 2BR/2BA with Den, ,.:u ,',r Ir,.e ':.t' .':..:."r .',r BLIIJD PASS RD. Cuil-arnrn ~
3 2 x 5 2 1 5 5 3 sq ft., :t '. i . r ,:r .,w ,,,'r ,.iR' -
Vaulted Ceilings, Drywall, : '.urnlr T,.:i H ,, rTl ,,r . 2 r' .' r, :, ,' ,
B ay W indow s, U pg rade r.. T I rT, -Ia .2, T, -i,- .' r, 4I rn,,J '' r,,tke ,
Bay Windows, Upgrade 1.495.000. :. :. n- ai:.:.r $3.225,000.
Appliances and Much, CIl DY FUCSIK reci 416-5103 MARCIA WALLACE Drecl928-1714
Much More. $79,900. a 1*7 Il i- I--I -
Incl. Del. & Set Up.
Port Charlotte "
Greg 941-875-6148

LARGE SELECTION. OF
HOMES & LOTS OWNED
OR RENTED LOTS
SVenice Isles R.E. Sales
Lic. Real Estate Broker
By-Pass 41. 485-7743 BIRD BAY ried, 2 baih lurnisr
LIVE NEAR THE WATER BLIND PASS RD. Oc r 1 .re n. i.:,:r i ur: o rmn"deled bai
LIVE NEAR THE WATER ,,, ,,, ,. ,,rI, -u r,, 1,, ,,,r, ri hie- .,di L ir.ape, lana, w
in Venice Larg IBR Park OuIin.r:.,r,.. .,E*:.1 Gu 0 .l-.i r m "- ir c lake Sr orlt alk
SMpdel 7?00' tu ;.:.ur Ir.- m rafl r ll I,:, I:r COm urI pr:onl lennsl & Cclu C ou
(94'1)42 54Q lurTr,r ,.i151i S3,300,000. 217,900.
MARCIA WALLACE Direcl 928-1714 CATHY JEWELL Direct 223-7561.
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1.i O'UT'OF 1210 HOMES FOR RENT
AREA HOMES
AREA HOMES 74 COLONY POINT PGI
C.MOUNTAINS 3/2/2 Waterfront w/ POOL
N.C. MOUNTAINS $2200/M0
LOG CABIN $84,900 $2200/MO
LOG CABIN $84,900 CALL FIVE STAR REALTY
New shell on private mountain CALL 37-6116
Near lakes & state parks. WW.FIVESTARREALTY.COM
Parcels' with 50 mile views.
Cool mountain temps. Free 3 Bed, 2 bath home! Fore-
info. 828-247-0081 closure! Stop renting! Buy
$29,900. For listings call 1-
1120WANTEDTO BUY 800-749-8124. ext R224.
3/2/2 Beautiful Windemere
AVOID FORECLOSURE Ashwood Model w/ high ceil-
WE CAN HELP TODAY ings, 8' sliders, formal LR,
Better Business Bureau Member DR, & family rm. w/18" tile.
Call Jim Today 927-0040 Annual. $1195. mo. 941-457-
Call Ji-fToday 927-0040 0727
www.FloridaHomeRescue.com
3/2/2 brand new, 3969 Mag-
ALL CAHH lor houses, con- ara Terrace (off Salford Blvd.)
dos, lots. Ary condition. Fast $1,200/mo. plus deposit.
closings 1-800433-1556 (941)429-8395
www.HouseTraders.net
3/2/2's, Rotonda and South
IVOID FORECLOSURE Gulf Cove, on golf course or
Immediate Help Avail.I water w/ dock, avail. July
Call I 941-697-3194 leave mess.
'941-780-6600 3/2bath/2 1211 Mango Ave
venice FL for $1250 a month
must have good credit and
Refs can email pics
.1,BUY theo92_1999@yahoo.com
STORM DAMAGED HOUSES
1-800-SELL-NOW 3429 Maple Terr
(1-800-735-5669) 2Bd/ 1Ba, '$725
.WeBuyFlorida.com 21059 Bersell Ave
2Bd/ 1Ba, $725
Professional Realty
743-3636
Looking for vacant land. Will 3BR/3BA/1AG, Executive
pay cash. Can close in 20 home, 1'blk from Gulf, 2 yr
days or less. I am not a real lease, $2000/mo, 1st, Last
estate ageni Call Marl 3ti & sec. 941-484-6689


410-688-7402

Sell your house
AsIs For a Fair Price.
on the date of Your Choice!
Simon 941'-24-5291

1205 LEASE OPTION

HOME FOR LEASE With
Option To Buy, HIDDEN LAKES
CLUB,; .iVefici.. $1950/mo.
2BR+1DN/2BTH, 2 Car gar.
Call (941)484-6087

1210 HOMES FOR RENT

100% FHA Financing
For Displaced Hurricane
Disaster Victims In Florida,
Homeowners & Renters
Call Rudy 941-473-1911
or 800-624-0801
American Federated Funding Inc
SCor Mortgage Lender/Equa Housing

i.RENTALS
Annual & Seasonal
3/2/2 or 2/2/1
941-743-4831
866-519-3500


1ST MONTH FREE
VENICE EAST- COMPLETELY
REMODELED 2'-3BR/1CG
W/NEW TILE & PAINT.
$975/mo. -941-323-1816
2/1 A/Clanai, no smoke/no
pets. 21042 Gephart Ave.
$650 + util. $600 security
2/1 carport, Fla. room, inside
utility, tite & carpet. wall A/C.
No -smoke no pets $750 +
utilities. $600 Sec. 21139
Meehan Ave.
(941-764-7585
Lillym@comcast.net
PC 2/2/1 on canal 10 mins
from harbor, -$1100/mo
2/2/1 w/ pool. $1100/mo.
1st& se.: l23?91-540J4'45
2/Z2 Cape Ha.e Wiew.arid, htd
pool, beautifullytukeyfum. lake
& golf course views, sm.
behaved pet allowed Avail Now-
Dec 5160) rrj j941 .828-I4.30


Annual & Seasonal
RENTALS
M&M Property MGMT Inc.
CALL (941) 473-9616
or visit us at our website:
mmoropertymgmt.com
Annuals/ Seasonals
Avail NOW!
Port Charlotte/ Punta Gorda/
North Port
$750 $2000
TRREM,INC
941-205-2140


1210 HOMES FOR RENT

DON'T SIGN
ANOTHER LEASE!
Stop throwing SSS away!
Purchase a home using
your security deposit as
your down payment Low
monthly payments.
Don't Delay, Call me
today!
Becky Sikorski.
(941) 764-8228
1-888-999-7858
Community Home
Mortgage
www.fla-mortgage.net
L-r. Cone:lpu,,-ertf M jrr.f I..,--J
Deep Creek $1295 Mo.
Remodeled 3Br 2Ba 2Cg
Call for Private Showing
Pelican Property Mgmt., Inc
Lic Broker (941) 232-8223
DEEP CREEK 42 BELEM
3/2/2 $1200/MO
CALL FIVE STAR REALTY
637-6116
DEEP CREEK, 3/2/2, 2000
sq. ft. $1300/mo. Avail in
Aug. (941-875-3052
Deep Creek, 3/2/2, fenced
yard, eat-in kitchen, din-
ingroom, great room, fur-
nished, .$1,200/mo., 1st.
last + security. No smoking.
(941)-625-8385
DEEP CREEK renovated Ig.
3/2/2 pool home, very clean,
all tile, great area. $1400/ mo
annual. 941- 875-0790
Engl Spectacular bayview
3/2/2CP, boat dock $1,300/
mo. 1st & Sec. (941)474-
2429 -or (941)460-9880 eves
ENGL 2/1 furn./unfurn. water-
front home, no pets/N/S,
lst/L/Sec, References $975
/mo. Annually (941)468-1883
ENGL- 2/2/1, IMMACULATE
updated, very prvt setting.
pool & lawn care incl. $1195.
Almar rentals, 941-493-8036
ENGLEWOOD 1500 sq. ft.
3/2/2. quiet neighborhood,


ARE YOU STILL RENTING hot tub, annual $1,500 mo.
Let us help you get into part. furn. 941-759-0088
the home of your dreams ENGLEWOOD
with our proven Lease ENGLEWOOD
with or provn ease 4/3/2 w/ den, scr. lanai, fam-
Optin Program its easy ily rm, newer home
to get startedI We guar- 2/2/1 waterfront new carpet
antee it! Credit not in
good shape? No problem freshly painted
good shapes No problem 2/2/2 fl rm new tile & carpet
with this new program. furnished
Call us for details furnished
EAGLE MORTGAGE CO. West Coast Property Mgt.
EAGLE MORTGAGE CO. new-4BR,26
sto 577 oe941-468-0667 or
1-800-775-7978 877-468-667
ore vi tus oine:877
ealemortpr2evenice com ENGLEWOOD
(A family owned 4/3/2 w/ den, scr. lanai,
business) family rm, newer home
AVAIL IN VENICE 2/2/1 waterfront new car-
CLEAN 2BR/2BA, $950/MO pet freshly painted
Days, 941-485-9222 2/2/2 fl rm new tile & car-
Eves, 941-497-0620 pet furnished
West Coast Property
BEAUTIFUL Brand new 4BR, 2 Mgt.
story home w/ pool & water 941-468-0667 or
view. $1800. Other pool 877-468-667
homes starting at $1250.
Realty Mgmt, 941-625-3131- ENGLEWOOD- historic dis-
Beautiful new home, 4/2.5/2, strict, 2 new cottages on
convenient location, Cedar St. 2br/2ba, appli-
$1,350/mo., No pets, no ances, parking, porches. Be
smoking. (813)-996-6020 part of the new neighborhood
Renovation area. Avail imme-
Best in North Port! Beautiful diately. $1000/mo + Sec.
new 3/2/2's, lanai, terrific (941)-4d4-7697
community, $1,195 annual.
No pets. (561)213-8229 ENGLEWOOD: Beautiful, furn.
a e House in 2/2/2, less than 2 mi. from
Brand New House in Engle. beach. Available July 1
North Port for rent. 3/2 2 941473-8970 or 276-6244
car gr. all new appli-
ances. 1,100 month call Englwd Bch FURNISHED Nice
954-682-7255 3/2/1 Wshr/Dryr Fncd Yard
CAPE HAZE 3/3.5/3 Home. $1050 949-836-6787
Pool. Jacuzzi & fireplace. No *kk
bridge Gulf access w/
deep water dock. ]IT OUT!
Harborside Property -.I .
Management 941-697-7077 Use the Handy U In Our New
Lic RE Broker Improved Garage Sale Ads To
Cape Haze 2BR canalfront Mark The Locations You Want
small pet OK. Available imme- To Check Out For Great Bar-
diately. (941)-828-0475 gains.


1


over iLuus or oIv space, I
quiet area. 1200/mo. + NP OPEN HOUSE SUN, 124,
sec. No pets. 941-426-2969 BRAND NEW LARGE walker
N. Port- Brand new home 3br/2ba w/den, lanai,
3-4br/2/2cg. Only $1295. app's. 1080 Knotty Pine
.2 to choose. By appt. $1375/mo. (941)429-2846
Pelican Property Mgmt., Inc Old Engl, 3/2/1.5, 1,550 sf
Lic Broker (941) 232:8223 plus garage, tile, laundry room;
N.port New, 3//22,with quiet area, N/S. $1,100/mo.
family room, near 1-75 & stL/Sec 941475-9.689
schools. Rent or Rent to own. OSPREY ON Little Sarasota
$1595.+ down, Call now Bay 1 Bdm, furn, 48' mobile
Wont Last! home, +55 w/carport, storage,
941-224-8664 lanai. $695. 941473-2796


2/2 Waterside Village, 2nd fl, enc. lanai.............$1200
3/2/2 Nokomis Home, lanai, pet neg.-7/05........$1200
3/2/1 Blackburn Harbor Villa, lanai, waterfrt.....$1300
3/2/2Triano Condo, NEW on lake, com. pool...$1300
2/2 Ocean Sands Island Condo, 2nd fl, lanai...$1500
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1210 HOMES FOR RENT


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Nice Homes for Rent NEED A RENTAL PGI 230 VENEZIA PT CHARLOTTE- beautifully
SPC/NP/Englewood DCR RENTAL MGMT 3/2/2 Waterfront w/ POOL/ decorated/updated 2br/lba,
ME Furnished and Unfurnished Ask about our properties BOAT LIFT new wood floors, fixtures, ceil.
E 941-429-6223 offering a free $2400/MO fans, window treatments &
NO PORT- Newer 3/2/2 tile months rent CALL FIVE STAR REALTY counters, New wallunit a/c &
thruout, nice area. $1100/mo rent 637-6116 heat, scr. porch w/vinyl wind,
sut, nce area. $all m Ton @ 941-624-0500 storage shed, carport. Off Mid-
eraportcharlotte.com 1st, last,sec. Cal Tony @ PG Canal view, 2BR/2BA, way close to hospital, schools,
WE NEED QUALITY (941)-391-4018 P.G. 2/2 HOME on canal open Liv, Din, Kit (new), golfing. Sm. pet ok. Just right
RENTALS Nokomis- Serrento Shores, EVERYTHING is brand new. 1050 sq. ft. Avail. 7/15 for small family. $860/mo.
2/2/2, W/D, small pet OK, Hurricane proof. $1300/mo. annual. 941-628-2862. st/ $1000 dep/ref. to move
$1,200/mo. including cable, 3102 Buttonwood PI. Chuck, n1 941-228-2627
PORT CHARLOTTE (941)493-6992 Realty Quest (941) 918-0060 PGI, large 3/2/2, fam. rm, n.941-228-2627
2/2 $775 or 941-234-7599 16000 Ib lift, tile floors, PTCH, immaculate, 3/2/2,
3/1 $800 NOKOMIS 3BR/2BA, on 2 acres, 14x34 /2/Garage on sailboat $1450/mo. (239)-334-8119. pool home, large lanai, new
3/2 Condo $1100 lanai, New carpet, appliances, & fresh P.C., 3/2/Garage on sailboat appliances shed: $1500.00
3/2 Condo..paint.100 m for RV/Boat parking canal w/dock, pool & beauit- PORT CHAR, O'Hara area appliances, se: $1
3/2/2 Pool.............$1200 $1300/mo. (9411383701 ful views. $1600. mo. incl. Harrington St. 3/2/1+ lanai,m. annual lease, st/st/sec
4/2/2.....................$1300 pool & lawn care. (941)-474- Ig. backyard. $1200mo. Avail 8452550434
2/2/1 Bonus Room, Pool North Port Imm.cc. 2095 now. Rick (754)-244-0347. PUNTA GORDA ISLES; 2/2/2,
Remodeled..............$1250 3/2/2. Pets neg.
DEEP CREEK $1150/Mo. Call for info P.C. Centrally located 3/1, on water, 5 minutes to harbor,
2/2 Condo, no pets Pelican Property Mgmt., Inc tile, clean. $850. mo: 1st, ease all 954290-6868age.
pool $700 Lic Broker (941) 232-8223 Last & Sec. 21075 BersellPlease call 9 290
2/2 Condo, Tile, Pool Nrth Port 2BR/1BA Ave. (9411-916-1535 PUNTA GORDA waterfront w/
Remodeled................$795 new tile, appl's, & paint. P.C Tiled & Painted, w/cp's. dock &lift in BSI, 3/2/2, pool
PGI $825/mo. + Ist, last & sec 2/1/Fam760 Floral Ln $775 w/ spa, avail. 7/1..$1975 mo
2/2 Condo..............$1000 941-400-9063 3/1 22118 Gatewood $800 + ut. N/P (941)hi639-7941g
2/2/2 SWF.......... $1200 1st, Last/Sec 941-916-0896 23233 Lehigh
3/2/2 Pool..............$1800 North Port Newer 3/2/2, 1st, Last/Sec 941-916-0896 FURNISHED 2Br. 2Ba. PUNTA GORDA: 3/2/2, Salt-
PUNTA GORDA small pets OK, $1,095/mo. PC $785,$1200 Great neighborhood, water canal, den or extra bed-
2/2 $795 1st/L/Sec required. 2403 Tri- sec,2/2,CP, workshop & $1100/mo. room, large lanai, dock and
NORTH PORT" anna St., (941)-809-7480 storage shed,fenced yard, davits, new carpet & paint,
2/1.5/1, No Pets. 895 w/d, 1 pet<40lbs Dave Hofer, RE/MAX lawn service included. Avail-
2/1.5/1, No Pets......$895 North Port 4/2/2 brand new +$10,$200 sec.627-0399 Harbor Realty able Aug. 1st. $1600/mo.
3/2/2 Family Rm.....$1250 house 2200 sf, lanai, close to +www.2arborparadise.com Call 941-286-7410
3/2/2, Pool.............$1300 schools, shopping, 1-75, Rt- PC 2/2, inc. stove refr. & (941) 575-3777
3/2/2 Newer, Fam. Room 41. Avail now for annual rent W/D. Nice loc, close to shop- ** RENTALS *
$1400 $1350.00 1st mnth rent + ping. $1000/mo 1st, last &
4/2/2 just built........$1500 security. 347-721-2817 or sec. (941)-780-7542 PORT CHARLOTTE 3/1
3/2/2 Pool, Heron 347-721-2958 washer/dryer hook up, HARBOR HEIGHTS
/Creek2 P, $1600n 4 PC 3/2/1, 22325 Omie Ave. avail now. $850/mo. 2/2 TRIPLEXES START-
reek...................... NORTH PORT, BRAND NEW,.clean, new carpet & paint in & (941)-575-6482 ING @ ......... $795/MO
V-12, MC 3/2/2 w/huge screened lanai, out, all appl. incl lawn, 1st,
laundry room, ceramic tile, last, sec. $1150 mo unfurn or PORT CHARLOTTE 3/2 on DEEP CREEK
spa bath. Owner will finance $1400 mo furn. Annual lease. freshwater canal. Ready for CONDOS STARTING
Gorgeous 4/3/2 with lease option. $1695/no. (941-625-8969 or 941- 380- occupancy. No Smokers. No 2/2 CONDOS STARTING
PC Saltwater Access plus down. Call now, won't 0869 Pets. Call (941)-627-4511 $85/
Dock & Boat Lift last. 941-400-3838
941-429-6223 last. 941400-3838 PC, 3/2/1, saltwater canal, PORT CHARLOTTE 3/2/1, LAKE SUZY
North Port, immaculate 3/2/2 beautiful view,' dock, wash- pool, fenced yard, wash- 2/2 VILLA.. $1300/MO
HOMES FOR RENT w/pool, new paint/carpet, all er/dryer, $1195/mo, annual er/dryer. Available now.
3/2/2 $1100 appl. Annual $1550 mo. Avail. leate, no smokers, avail 8/1, $1450/mo. Please call PORT CHARLOTTE
1/1 $750 A'g. 1, 1st, last & dep. 440- (941)-639-7598 (941)-456-1389 1/1 CONDOS START-
Furnished units available 943-3442, 440-237-8632. ING@........... $600/MO
Transworld Realty PC, 3/2/2, 23079 Turnbull, PORT CHARLOTTE, 3/2/1.5, 2/2 CONDO..$650/MO
(941)-766-0095 NORTH PORT lease option Sec. 15, Pool, 2000 sf, No immaculate, on fresh canal. 2/1 HOME... $700/MO
HUGE SELECTION of 2 & 3 BR 3/2/2 screened lanai, Pets,' No-Smoke, $1300mo. Community center pool includ-
E S CTN of 2 & 3 BR fenced, all appliances, tile, Ist/st/ sec. 239-292-7771 ed. $1200/mo. Lease. No NORTH PORT
homes & duplexes, some with C.rian, $1,295/mo. No
pools. $675. & up. pets, no smoking, 4661 PC, 3/2/CP, fenced yard, near smoking, pet possible. (305)- 3/2 HOMES STARTING
Realty Mgmt, 941-6253131 Heather Terrace, (719)- schools, $1,200/mo, Annual 757-9750 after 7pm for appt. @................ $800/MO
Island of Venice-849 Laguna: 544-4802 lease, 1st., last, sec. & refer- PORT CHARLOTTE 3/2 HOME..$1100/MO
2/2 w/pool. Avail 8/1/05. ences. No pets, no smoking. 3/3/2, dock, (Manchester),
/2 0o Ava 8//05. NORTH PORT NEW! Lease or (941Y-623-0511.no sm n pes ok s unfurn'd ALL FLORIDA REALTY
$1,050/mo No pets sell 3/2/2 Family friendly SERVICES, INC.
McCormick Rty (941485-7127 community. Kids & small pets PC,429 Dorchester St. 3/2/2, furnished, hot tub. R ,
Isl of Venice-401 Maggiore: ok. Clubhouse, pool, spa & 3/2/2,. 5 yrs. old, near 941-637-6797 Rent-A-Home
2/2, Available 7/1/05. tennis. (941Y625-6863 Peachland Blvd. $1,050, 800-Pt re 2 f
7105 tennis. (941s25-6863 747-4283 or 715-758-6131 Port Charlotte: 2/2/2, fully RENT TO OWN
$895/m'o. No pets NORTH PORT on Trilb Avefurnished, spacious, immacu- 3 R 2 BA Nic!
McCormick Ry (941)4857127 Nice aea. 3/2/2, large living PG 751 HOLLYHILL CT late home, 1st last security. 3 BR 2 BA Nice
Room, fenced yard. $1,250 2/2 Waterfront w/Dock/Lift $1150/mo. 941-235-7855 "(941) 626-7321
MANASOTA KEY C R 244-034 AVAILABLE SHORT TERM
PROPERTY Call Rick (754)-CALL FIVE STAR REALTY PORT CHARLOTTE: Large
MANAGEMENT, INC. NORTH PORT, Price & Cham- 637-6116 3/2/2, office, heated pool, RIVERWOOD
474-9536 berlin. Brand new3/2/2. quiet area, non smokers, 8 Furnished Homes Annu-
Lease w/option to buy. PG 2/1/1 off Regent & River- $1300/mo. 1st lat security al or Seasonal(941)-629-
Lease w/option to buy.. P /1 3337 or (313)-600-5238
1090 Gulf Blvd. $1300/mo. (847)-856-8514 side Dr. gulf acc., comm. Call 941-626-7650 wwy.mbgvacationproperties.com
2/2 I elect & water NORTH PORTCan 3/2/1 pets neg. 1st, last, sec. Avail
2/2 inc elect& water NORTH PORT Clean 3/2 7/15. $1000. 941-505-1518 Pt Char- Imm. Occ.
$1,200 hurricane shutters, washer/dry, 2br/2/lcg. 3 to choose Rotonda 3 bdrm, 2 bath, 2
community pool $1040/mo PG, 2004 3/2/2 sailboat only $995. Call for info car garage. Spotless newer
222 Annapolis (941)-927-0040 canal, pool home, granite Pelican Property Mgmt., Inc home. Beautiful cabal view.
2/2 on canal $925 + util www.SunnvHomeRentals.com kitchen, SS appl., dock, Lic Broker (941) 232-8223 $1350/mo: 941-266-3797
N. Port-Never lived in, beauti- NORTH PORT. 3/2, 1556sf $1575 m (941-637-7967 Pt. Charlotte BR/1BA,
ful 3-4BR/2.5 l-. l 1?;9f under air, comm. pool, laminate PGI Sail Boat water newly renovated, new car- JJ
$1 400'mo (.:I 31il. : [i!:,, flooring. $1145/mo. Option to 3br/2ba/2cg pool, seawall pet & paint. Availablenow! THE RENTA
S..:i Vl.:l.. Re/Max Unlimited buy. (941-716-3010 & dock. Shown by appt. Pel- $950/mo. OF VENI
N. PORT STILL LOOKING? NORTH PORT: Lakeside ican Property Mgmt.,Inc (941)743-7485 -
Call Us! We have many beauti- Plantation furn 3/2/2, lanai Lic Broker (941) 232-8223 236 Tampa Av
ful new 3/2/2's $1049. mo. & $2800/mo until incl. 4 mth. 941-48
up. Annual. Gulf Coast Water- min, NS/NP. 941-876-6089 T rental@.
front Realty, Inc. NORTH PORT, rent to own. ANNUAL
(941) 457-0727 Brand new, 3/2/2CG, scr. 2/2 AuburnWoods Condo
N. PORT waterfront, spacious lanai, $1400/mo 3/2/2 North Port Home, New.
3/2/2 w/ den unfurn. Pristine 488-8143, Owner/Broker Apt.fuished $650 3/2/2Venice Island.........
Iu/ Island Apt ,fumished $650
setting. Annual $1,350 mo. NP 3/2/2, BUILT 02, $1200. 22/1 Venice Home
941- 921-2347 MNTH., FURNISHED, LAWN 2/1 Island Home, lanai, close to town...............825 312/1 Gondola Park Condo..
N. PORT- 3/2/2 new home MAINT. INC., IMM. OCC. 2/21 S.Venice Home, lanai, fenced yd. 7/05....$875 312/2 Nokomis Home will poo
S 1-888-395-0530 21212 Sorrento Shores Home
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21212 Nokomis Home, boat dock ..... ..... S1200 M
212 Venice island Condo ............. 975 N
2/212 Capri isle Condo, den ............ $1200
32/2 Sorrento East Home ......... .. 51200 1
2/1 Norh Polt Home .............. 800 M
212 Venice Island Condo .. ................. $750
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Management Company
Serving the Areas of N. Port,
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c( r l il1i 764-7777, (800)
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www.Shaymanmanagement.com

S. Venice 2Br/2b/lcg
Beautiful, Clean house.
Near beach. $950/mo
1st, last & sec.
941-914-5581

S. Venice 2/2/1 Caged heat-
ed pool and spa. $975
lst/L/sec. Tenant does lawn
maintenance. 941-497-6030
or kglenl@aol.com
.S. VENICE; 2940 Dogwood
-, 1, den, lanai, wood &
tile floors, quiet adult area.
$850/mo. (727)415-6115
S.' VENICE,_ 3/2/2, fireplace,
new a/c, carpet, paint & appli.
N/S, or pets $1250/mo.
Ist/L/sec.' (941)-809-7072
SSANTA BRIGIDA 910 PGI
3/2/2 Waterfront w/ POOL

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637-6116
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loc., perfect for older or
retired couple. $800 per
month plus utilities. First, last,
and security to get in. Contact
Jesse Lawrence'(941) 400-
0396
SO. VEI l,-3/2 w/ storage,
completely:,)ine, lawncare
incl. 1st, last sec. $1150/mo
95 Bowdoin 941493-1161
SO. VENICE- Yearly. New
2/2/1, den, lanai, W/D
Unfurn., $980/mo + util: 1st,
last, sec. No pets. 941-496-
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Friday, July 1, 2005, Real Estate Classified


1240 CONDOSNILLAS
FOR RENT

2BR Bayfront Villa, Engl sun-
sets, fum, pool, fish, boat dock,
laund, safe, quiet 1 mth free. Pet
OK. $895/mo (941)475-7751
2BR/2BA, 1st floor, .gated
community w/pool. Available
August 1st. $1,200/mo. plus
security (941)-429-9962


apple incl., W.I.C., 6 mth min.
$1450/mo. (941)-685-0054
VENICE 2BR/1BA,
Quiet neighborhood,
$950/mo 1st, last & sec
(941)-485-7326 3334 Purple Martin
Punta Gorda
N. Venice 3/2/2, upscale RENT WITH OPTION
home, Venetian Golf & River club, TO BUY
maint. free, incl CC access, Band new luxury condo-
$1,395/mo. (941)4884501 homes with wide sailboat
VENICE CAPRI ISLES canal dock. 2Br., 2Ba.
3/2/1, dining, lanai, great $1300 $1500,3 to 6
area. Immaculate, NS month min. Build equity
$1195/mo. 1-866-888-1622 with your RENT!
Dave Hofer, RE/MAX
SVENICE ISLAND, 453 Spadaro. Harbor Realty
Steps to Golden Beach, www.harborDaradise.com
3/2/1. Avail. July 16th. (941) 575-3777
$1250/mo. 1-303-670-8866
VENICE Island, super clean PGI area, Gulf access, brand
VENICE Island, super clean 2/2/1 n, pol
2/2. Pet OK., 2 blocks.to new, 2/2/1 + D, poo
beach. $1,190/mo. w/hot tub, $1,500/mo. Annu-
(941 88-9527 al. No smoke No pets. Owner-
(941)-48-95 Realtor, (239)-898-0970
VENICE JACARANDA West
3/2/2, NS/NP. $1350/mo. A-1 CONDOS!! 1, 2 & 3 BR
includes lawn maintenance. from warm & cozy to top of
(941)223-1397 the line elegance. $575. to
$2000. Realty Mgmt, 941-
Venice East, 245 Capri, 2BR/ 625-3131
2BA, garage, FL Rm.,
$950/mo. Investment Rmty ANCHOR Realty has it all- wkly,
(941492-5050 summer, seasonal, annual. Pt.
Char. PGI w/docks, BS Mari-
VENICE-Fairway Village. 3br + na. 800-898-7353.
den, 2 car gar, all appl's +
lawn maint incl, comm pool BEAUTIFUL LAKE FRT, PC, Ig.
$1400 + sec. 941-492-9350 2/2, nicely urn., incl. W/D,
pool, annual, $950/mo. util
VENICE: 2 Homes. 3/2/1; incl. 624-2513 Lv Msg.
2/2/1. $1250/mo.each
Call Joanne BIRDBAYREALTY.COM
703-771-7567 After 6. Annual & Seasonal Rentals
Available at this time!!!
VG 22/Carport, FL rm $850 (subject to change with-
VE 2/2/CarportFL rm- $850 out notice) In Venice, FL
Gulf Coast Rentals & Real (941)484-6777
Estate Co. (941)492-4280
BRAND new PGI waterfront,
WHY RENT 3/2 w/garage, unfurnished.
WHEN YOU CAN OWN Avail. Aug. 1. Call 941- 575-
WITH NO \,'l:tjE % 'cIF:i 8213.
*Credit Issues "" .
*No Credit BSI- MONDOVI BAY
*Repo- Chg Off 3/2/1 WATERFRONT
American Home Front Mtg DOCKS AVAILABLE
(941)-625-3052 S1500/MO
CALL FIVE STAR REALTY


1240 CONDOSNILLAS
FOR RENT

1/1 condo. Port Charlitte.
Desirable corner unit with
great view, $675 mo. (407)-
484-2205
2/2 condo, PC, unfurn. Annu-
al. $875. No pets, No smoke.
Call (941)-764-1803


637-6116
CLIPPER COVE PGI
3/2/1 Waterfront w/Dock
$1300/MO
CALL FIVE STAR REALTY
637-6116
WWW.FIVESTARREALTY.COM
DEEP CREEK 2/2, cath.
ceil., tile floors, ail apple, 1st.,
last + sec., Annl. $855. (941)
743-0386 (941) 661-4539


1210 HOMES FOR RENT

THINKING ABOUT RENT-
ING YOUR HOME, CONDO,
DUPLEX...
HEARD ALL THE STORIES
GET THE FACTS!
West Coast Property Mgt.
941-468-0667 or
877-468-0667
VENETIAN FALLS- brand new
1/2/3 ranite rnlntpr tnn all


1240 CONDOSNILLAS 1240 CONDOSNILLAS 1240 CONDOSNILLAS
FOR RENT FOR RENT FOR RENT


1240 CONDOSNILLAS 1240 CONDOSNILLAS
FOR RENT FOR RENT
DEEP CREEK LARGE LAKE- N PORT- Furnished'Newer
FRONT 3/2/1.5, cath. ceil- 1st flr 2/2 + den, overlook-
ings, tile firs., lanai + patio, ing golfcourse, gated comm,
1st., last + sec. $1095/mo, pool $1100/mo. short or
Annual, Pets negotiable, long term. 561-628-3265
(941)-743-0386 or (941) 661-
4539. Also 2/2 $895/mo. N. PORT HERON CREEK
GULF & Country Club
DEEP CREEK, Gorgeous 2/2 4636 Whispering Oaks Dr.
furnished golf condo, needs Paired Villa ...tr. Bedroom
good tenant. (941)-235-2473 poss den, 2 bath, Lake view,
Deep Creek, new condo on unfurnished, $1250/mo +
Golf Course, 3/2/CP, lanai, utilities. Annual. Weichert,
furn. Must see. $1,150/mo. Realtors Paradise, Kevin C.
No pets, (917)-453-7708 Parks 941-468-4010
Edgewater Village, 1/1, fur- Nokomis Sorrento South,
nished, 1st floor, poolside, 2/2/1CG, 1,400sf, bike
inc. water, limited cable, all to beach, N/S. N/P.
amenities. NS/NP, 1st, last & $950/mo. (941)-223-1171
sec. 6 months lease renew-
able, $950. (941)-764-8795 NOKOMIS- Fairwind Villa
or 661-1073 2br/2ba, furn., 5 minutes to
beach. $900/mo. incl. util.
EMERALD POINTE, PG.,comp. Avail. til Jan. (941)488-3448
furn. 2/1, tennis, pools, gated
comm., no pets. $950/mo. PGI: WATERFRONT 2/2
(941)-639-3499. condo, wide canal, com-
pletely furnished, W/D, dock
ENGL- Oyster creek gated golf- pletely furnished, W/D, dock
community clubhouse w/pool, availNo pets. 941-639-0679.
2/2-villa, tiled, furnished PUNTA GORDA-New Condos
$1150/mo neg 847-735-8420 3/2/1 (PGI) Bal Harbor, pool
ENGL-AWESOME 1200sf 2/2 (PGI) pet ok, pool, Gym
condo beaut, furn. 2br/2ba, 2/2/CP (Deep Creek) cat ok,
6 appl's, 2 tvs, lanai, pool. over looks golf course, pool
Annual or short term lease. (941) 637-6797 Rent-A-Home
$1375/mo. Call Pat Murphy
941-759-0088 Punta Gorda Isles, 2/2
ENGLEWOOD ISLES, sa Condo, unfurnished, fabu-
ENGLEWOOD ISLES, sailboat ous waterview, dock
water, dock, 2/1 Villa, furn, included, quick out to Har-
commpool. N/P,N//S, $1,200/ bor, $1,150/mo, annual,
.mo. +sec. (941)-223-1397 1st., last, securityty, No
Furnished Island of Venice, smoking, :N pets, (941)-.
2/2, walk to beach, 626-1613
$900/monthly or annual
Investment RIty (941)492-5050 P.C, near Cuiiural Center; New
ly refurb. 1/1', $625. or 2/2
GAINESVILLE 4/4 furnished $750. www.sunshinevillas.info
condo, Top floor (3rd), 2 : '.i
rooms avail, with walk-in clos-,
et & private bath. Available
Aug. 17th. Countryside, 4000
SW 23rd Street, Close to UF
on good bus route. Non smok- W
ing, no pets. $450/mo., 1st.
& $500 sec., incl utilities &
cable/net. Ray 941-661-0462
E. ENGLEWOOD- 2br/2ba villa,
New: cer. tile flooring, paint,& H O
cabinets. No Pets/No Smoke OFF S
9414,97-2366, Iv..msg. O
HERITAGE LAKE PARK, new
gated community, 3/2/2 villa, ANI
w/d, upgrades, lawn care,
pool, N/S, No pets, ref., neat Moss Lane, House
& clean. Lease $1200/mo. +
sec. Avail. 8/15/05. (941)- Fundy Road, Hou
629-1762. Estancia, Furnishe
LAKE SUZY CRYSTAL BAY Ravinial Condo 3,
2/2 LAKE VIEW
$950/MO
CALL FIVE STAR REALTY Call: Bob
637-6116 wWw.PA
LARGE selection of PGI & PC.
2 & 3BR, starting at $750. jiT
Realty Management, 625-
3131


PC SANDHILL PINES
2/2 $700/MO
CALL FIVE STAR REALTY
637-6116
PC condo 55+, fully furn.,
2nd floor, many amenities,
very convenient area. $775
mo. (941) 625-5783
PC, Oaks III, 2/2, nicely fur-
nished, 1st. Fl., near pool,
$795/mo. N/P, N/S (941)-
629-9591 or (941) 204-5033
PC VILLA 1/1., fully furnished,
new carpet & paint, $650/MO
Inc. Water. No smokers, no
pets. 941-286-8669
PG (Deep Creek) Like new
3/2, gorgeous lake view
Pool & clubhouse, NS/P.
Option to buy. $975/mo.
Call (815) 621-7271
PG, 2/2 condo, W/D hook-up,
$900/mo, 1st., last, security.
No pets. (941) 457-1450
PG Close to Fishermen's Vil-
lage, 1/1 condo, furn, 3 mo.
min., pool, N/P. Ruth, Punta
Gorda RIty. 941-456-4401
PGI 2/2, annual seasonal,
water front, furnished unfurn,
no pets, storage room, wash-
er/dryer. (941) 575-8823.
PGI 2/2 Condo, waterfront,
2nd floor, sailboat access,
furn, Call (734) 522-1452.
PGI, 2/2, WF condo, 1st fl,
furn., No pets. Non Smoker.
$950/mo. (941)-423-5281
PGI CLIPPER COVE
2/2/1 + Den, Dock.
1st Floor- Furnished.
$1500. 941-661-8549


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1240 CONDOSNILLAS
FOR RENT

VENICE ISLAND CONDO 1/1
Immaculate. Walk to beach &
town. With pool & W/D, N/S
$800/mo 941-223-6471
VENICE ISLAND CONDO,
2/1.5, nice, near beach,
380 Base Ave. NP/NS,
$900/mo. F/L/S.
941-626-0413
VENICE LG. 1 Bedroom villa
55+, Furnished, No pets or
smoking. $800/mo + util
941-716-2299


1300 DUPlXE8-


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2/2. Ic. perl' A/ i W/D
hkup. $725/mo 1tf/sec.
Crdt/bkgd chk. 941.587-1601
DUPLEXES FOR REET
2/2, Gulf Cove ajr"j C 1"(:5
Furnished un;il: j .aIlat l
Transworld Realty
194II -6. ,". '
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Excellent refereeqCes,'F.F/L/S
'$575/mo. (941-754562


PGI, Executive Condo, Harbor VENICE ISLAND: 2BR/2BA
view, 2/2, unfurnished, walk Furnished, 1 blk to beach
to Fishermans Village, Htd pool. $1000/MO.
$1,700/mo. (941-505-2586 Avail now-Jan 941-484-9675
PGI quality waterfront condo. VENICE ISLAND ADORABLE
3/2/1, privacy & gorgeous Fum. 1BR/1BA $850/mo.
canal view from 2nd floor, Please call Layne Cayson or
lanai, free cable, pool w/ heat- Melissa Cline'f Carll Burr
ed spa, tennis, dock on sail- Realty at 941-429-7777
boat water, gated. Avail. Now.
Please call, 513-505-1202. VENICE ISLAND, 525 Mana-
tee Ct. #6, 2br/lba, no pets,
Port Charlotte Condos $850/mo. Annual. (941-
Large 2br/2ba pool, tennis, 356-7678 or (941)-356-5091
golf. From $895. Imm. Occ
Pelican Property Mgmt., Inc
Lic Broker (941) 232-8223
PORT CHARLOTTE Oaks Ill.
2/2, 1st floor, waterfront,
furn./unfurn. Annual lease.
(941)-624-3599 EN
PUNTA GORDA, Newly remod-
led, 2/2 villa, lakeview,
$975/mo. 1st, last & security.
No pets. 941-629-7938 325
RIVERWOOD: 2/2 fur- V
nished No pets, NON
smoker. $2000. mo plus FURNISHE
deposit. 941-255-0966
SCHOONER COVE -PGI AVAILABLE
3/2/1 WATERFRONT
DOCKS AVAILABLE
$1500/MO
CALL FIVE STAR REALTY
637-6116
TRY IT! YOU'LL LIKE IT. APA
fully furnished, Lake/Harbor $750/mo 109 Base Av
views, Punta Gorda Condos. $790/mo 111 Base Av
$900-$1850/per month
BEAT THE RUSH!!!!! $800/m1o 508 Parkdale
941-493-2422 or $850/mo 400 Carriagi
508-944-3577 $975/mo 350B Three
VENICE, VENETIA Sharp $995/mo 906 Gondola
NEW 3BR/2, upper condo, $1100/mo 305RaviniaC
garage, near preserve/ $1200/mo 501 L'Pair
pool/club/shopping. Annu- $1200/mo 5101 L'Pav
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1081 Redstart Rd. South Venice 2BR/2BN1CG/FamilyRm/Lanai.
2122 Brancusi Ave., North Port- 3BR/2BA12CG/Patio. 'A l'.
94 Venice East Blvd. Venice East 3BR/2BA/1CG/Larai.
268 Argus Rd.. South Venice- Furnished 2BR/2BAICP/Family, Roqm.
840 Sunrise South Venice- 3BR/2BA2CG, well & septic---"-, ''- .
1116 HorizonRoad-SouthVenice-3BR/BA/2CG. ,
1213 Hartsdale St., North Port 3BR/2BA/2CG
116 Candyce Drive Osprey 2BR2BA/Lanai/W/D.
509 Dona Drive Nokomis- 2BR/Den/2BA2 Lanais.
1588 Scarlett Avenue North Port 3BR/Den/2BA/2CG, community pool.
1556 Jasper Ct. Waterford 3BR/2BA/2CG, Solar heated pool. ":
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ON THE WATER!!! 2 bedroom, 2 batn
former model with office, granite kitchen with
breakfast bar & morning room, beautifully
tiled living area & balcony, crown molding,
faux painted walls, 3 car garage, gated
community with tennis, ,pool & fitness
center, close to Sarasota Square Mall.
MLS#476091 .............................$825,000.


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downtown convenience add to appeal of 4
bedroom, 2 bath home, colorful open floor plan
w/spacious Florida room, tiled flooring,
upgrades & improvements abound, garage with
extra storage plus tpol shed on oversized
corner lot with new landscaping, walk to beach
& shopping, from quiet traffic free location,
some furnishings included.
MLS#464992. .............................$529,000.


TRIANO!! Brand new premier 3
bedroom, 2 bath first floor condo with
lake view, solid surface kitchen, rarely
available double garage, spectacular
clubhouse and fitness cePtir.
MLS#475512 ......................$429,900.


VENICE EAST BEAUTY! Top quality 2
bedrooms. 2 bath home with family room,
sliding glass doors open to large sunny
Florida room, double garage, many recent
improvements include upgraded cabinets,
appliances, counlerlops ,& carpeting.
MLS#459585. .................... ....$238,000.


ALDEA MAR!! Beachfront complex
offers furnished 2BR, 2BA end unit,
move in condition with updated interior,
pet friendly, sunny open plan, cathedral
beamed ceiling, clubhouse, pool and
putting green.
MLS#475445. ......................... $419,000.













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counters, colorful country kitchen w/bay
window, large master bath w/dressing: vanity,'
barrel tile roof & paver drive to double garage
wilh workbench area, perfect relirermL
community with clubhouse, pool & tennis"'
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1300 DUPLEXES
FOR RENT

E. ENGL- 2/1, W/D HOOK-UF
1st & $1400/sec. $695/mo
Small pet OK. Avail NOW!
(941)493-3716
ENGL 2/1.5/1, Non smoker,
$900/mo
941-460-9629 Lv msg
Englewood 2/2/CP, lanai,
tile thruout, quiet area.
Ist/Last/Sec. $800/mo.
Credit check. 941-474-6075
ENGLEWOOD
2/1 screen lanai Downtown
area 2/1 w/d hookup freshly
painted
West Coast Property Mgt.
941-468-0667 or
877-468-0667
Englewood, duplex for rent
9430 Acco Ave unit B
2bed/2bath $875 month +
$500 sec. 561-271-2115
N. Port, 2/1, eat-in kitchen
new appl., W/D, incl. $725
mo. 1st., last, sec. (954) 579
8479 or (954) 540-7477
NORTH PORT lbr, furnished,
utilities.pd, $160/wk,
941-284-8348
ROTONDA, 2/2/1 Nice area.
W/D hook up. lst/st/sec.
$850/mo. N/P, N/S. (941)
698.1817 or (941)-286-6080
Venice E. 2BR/2BA, new tile
floors, $750/mo. + security.
(941)374-3101

1320 APARTMENTS
FOR RENT

1ST MONTH FREE
VENICE ISLAND- 2BR/1.5BA
COMPLETELY REMODELED
CLOSE TO BEACH
$875/MO. 941-323-1816
2515 Myrtle Ave, PG
Myrtle Gardens Quadplex
w/pool, spacious one
& two BR's available
$550 $700/mo. rent
575-2355 / 637-6579
(941)-488-3913
EFFICIENCY FOR RENT ON
ISLAND OF VENICE
CH 2/1 i & Efficiency, avl
7/1. From $500-$800 some
w/util. 1st, last & sec. Lease
no pets. (941)-743-4663
CHARLOTTE HARBOR NEW
1 BR., unfurn., c/h/a, fans,
no pets. $675/mo.
941-918-2078 941-587-7828
ENGL- Spacious 2/2, liv rm,
eat-in-kit, lanai,' 1'200sf. No
pets. Util by tenant. $875. 1
yr Ise & sec. 941-697-9254
HERON COVE APTS
OF ENGLEWOOD (off Dear-
bom) SPACIOUS 2BR WITH DEN
OR 3BR, HTD; POOL, GAZEBO,
TENNIS COURT, CLOSE TO
BEACH & WALKING DISTANCE
TC PJUBLI' WALPLEEfIS
SM. PET. & FAMLIuS AiE WEL-
COME. 941-473-0450
Accepting Applications!!!

ISLAND OF VENICE
1 & 2BR apt 1-yr lease.
Immed. occup. No pets.
941416-5757 or 4164905


$595-$695/MO
NO PETS. .94-276-2062
IJ OMIMlS IBR 16A.
-(PEELEO Il PATIO,l ,AR:
(J1)PET7 IST L E; i75'I M17
(941)-486-0561 EXT. 17


1320 APARTMENTS
FOR RENT

ROTONDA- 2br/lba,
$700/mo. 1 mth security.
Util. by tenant.
941-697-9254

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

VENICE ISLAND lovely Studio
apt, $500/mo. No pets.
lst/lst/sec, 2nd floor (941)-
484-2206 or (941)485-5698
VENICE ISLAND-
1/1 unfurnished. Annual.
$700/mo $700/sec
941-809-7001
ISLAND CONVENIENCE 2
Br./l Ba. $725/mo. lst/L
& Deposit. Annuals Pref.
SSpacious! (941) 488-5758

1330 HOTEUMOTEL

IWSANlMWBRBEZEINN-
*Island of Venice
S Near the beach
Weekly Rates Starting
at S299.00
Monthly Rentals Starting
at $895
Call 941-488-4417

1340 MOBILE HOMES
FOR RENT

3/B 2/B Lg. Mobile Home,
Country setting $800. mo 1st
last & sec.Nocatee (863)494-
7680

1350 EFFICIENCIES
FOR RENT

ADJACENT TO BEACH.
Venice Island. Large, Furn.
1 room Eff. $750 Monthly.
(941)485-9602
ENGLEWOOD BEACH, Small
efficiency. No pets.' $100
deposit. $225/week.
(941)474-6509
Englewood-5Oth 1st Ave. Effi-
ciency avail, in July $550 mo.
includes water & electric.
McCormick Rity (941)485-7127
N. PORT Jockey Club. Small
furn. apt. $600/mo until. incl.
+ $600/sec. dep. 941-240-
6290 or 941-539-2446
NOKOMIS
Apartments
Efficiencies, & Rooms
Starting at $80/week.
484-2630
Nokomis, fully furnished,
$165/wk, utilities includ-
ed. Available now!!!!
(941)743-7485
Pt. Charlotte, newly rento-
vated, furnished, on-site
laundry, $600/mo. plus
utilities. (941)743-7485
TROPICAL BAY waterfront 2
room suite, furn., full kitchen,
sofa, 27" TV, cable, sep.
room w/qn. bed. $280/wk &
up. (941)-625-3004

1360 ROOMS
FOR RENT

CLEAN & SOBER Recovery
Housing in PC. Men & Women.
If interested, in sobriety call
Noel (941) 286-0439


1360 ROOMS 1370 RENTALS TO
FOR RENT SHARE

NEW HOME IN N. PORT- Irg rm. WANTED: Housemate for
Between 1-75 & 41, House & large 3 bedroom house with
pool privdgs. $450/mo.+ sec pool & hot tub in Deep Creek.
dep. incl. util 941429-5848 Couple or single. $800. mo.
E., e t b Rent considerably reduced if
No Eng.,ose to beach & you do chores. (941)-286-
public dock, cable, utilities, 1194
kitchen. & laundry privileges.
$135 wkly. 941-270-1028
1390 VACATION/SEAS
NOKOMIS AREA: BR w/full RENTALS
hse privdg. Responsible per-
son only. $100/wk, lst/L
deposit. (941)484-4149 AVAIL. GULF BEACHFRONT
Venice Island Condo's Effs.
NOKOMIS- Large room & bath, & Ibr. Turnkey furn., Pool,
own ent., gracious country Wk/Mo/Ann. 941-485-7967
house w/pool & spa, single trudypage@hotmail.com
young prof. male $700/mo.
Call Robert, (941)484-8095 ADJACENT TO BEACH.
Venice Island. Large, Furn.
NORTH PORT, Room for rent, 1 room Eff. $750 Monthly.
all utilities included. (941)485-9602
$125/week. 1st, last, sec.
NO DRUGS. (941-626-4777 BEAUTIFUL VENICE BEACH
CONDO for 2006 Season
NORTH PORT PLEASANT Jan. March or longer.
ROOM HOUSE PRIVDG.. Call Patti (Cell) 248-207-6463
$450/MO. (941)-787-1599
Furnished Homes & Condos,


NORTH PORT/PT CHAR- room
for rent extra clean, quiet area
Call Barbara 941-228-3677
or John at 941-504-5468
PG newly remodeled fur-
nished, cable, phone utilities
included. $125/week. (941)
639-1089 or (239)-229-5228
SOUTH VENICE
ROOM FOR RENT
$350/MO
(941)496-8753
S. VENICE roommate to share
home, prefer mature female.
2br/2ba w/pool. $400/mo +
$400/sec neg. 941-4964442
VENICE: Lg. Sunny Rm, walk
to stores & bus. $125/week.
First, last, security.
941-915-6340 Ask for Jerry

1370 RENTALSTO
SHARE


short term in town or on
Beach from $900/mo. Invest-
ment RIty (941)492-5050
FURNISHED/WATERFRONT
3BR/3BA House. Renovated.
w/Pool, Canal, Dock, Lift,
thru Oct 31 ($1900/mo) Nov-
Apr($3000) 561-317-7936
ISLAND OF VENICE Furn. 2br
home $1000/mo short term
ok. Util incl. 941-587-8328
www.islandofvenicehome.com
MANASOTA KEY, Private, Spa-
cious 2/2 home directly on
beach/Gulf. 570-943-2516
N. CAROLINA MOUNTAINS
Modern Cozy cabin with lots
to do in the heart of the
Smokies. Fantastic views.
$490/wk, 941-473-1277

1500 LOTS & ACREAGE


10 ACRE home site w/lake,
3BR/1.5BA Unfurn. VENICE very private, Southern Desoto
GDNS AREA Female pre- county, off Hwy 31. $215k
ferred, Ref's req. $450/mo (239)-728-2251

or 941-726- 50 419-7719 198 Ferris Dr., cleared lot
w/existing water & sewer.
Clean mature lady, with job, House was demolished!
No smokers, no pets, limited Ready to build $52,000
cooking. Waterfront. $350/ obo (941)-743-7585
mo. (941-629-6155 2 Acres, So. Hwy. 17, DeS-
DEEP CRK Working prof. or oto Cty., mobile home or
retiree to share home. House house, well & septic in
privileges. $600. mo. inc. util. $119K (863)-244-3046
$200. Sec. (941)-743-7926 2 canal lots adjoining, 1 over
ENGLEWOOD- ROOM 17K sq. ft., 4 dry lots across
UTILITIES, CABLE & W/D. the street, off Warrington &
INCLUDED. $150/WK. Hillsborough, several other
(941)445-0834 lots available.(941)-743-5802
Mature woman is seeking 2 LOTS EAST ENGLEWOOD, 1
to share a home in Engle- corner lot zoned RMF10 1/4
wood or South Venice with acre, $59,900. 1 lot 80x125
same. I do not smoke nor zoned RSF 3.5, $39,900. No
use drugs and have been scrub jays, (941-628-6251
with the same firm over
20 years. I have 2 well 2 VACANT LOTS By Owner:
behaved older mid-size Cier itile. Mcrivaled seller
dogs and a cat. they all Pr'c:ed ,eirw m*arl, I't Solh
are housebroken and well Gulf Cove. (772)-263-3654
cared f6r (No fleas). 2 vacant lots for sale by
941-473-4286 owner in south gulf cove.
VENICE, PELICAN POINTE city water and sewer
Private bedroom, bath ready. for more info. call
Private bedroom, bath. pattie @941 907 8443.
furn/unfurn. $725/incl EVERY- @941 907 8443
THING. (941)408-1951 2.5 ACRES, Punta Gorda,
WANTED HOMEJO SHARE We Charlotte Ranchettes. Corner
are a college educated couple lot.$150,000. Call for details.
mid 30's with 2 adopted chil- (941-628-8088
dren seeking to share your 20 ACRE TREE FARM,
home, chores, & expenses. Bermont Rd., Punta Gorda.
Money no problem. Refer- $500,000. Inquire at
ences. 941-423-1828 www.bwymyranchette.com


1500 LOTS & ACREAGE


LOOKING FOR THE
NEXT NEW AREA TO
INVEST IN LOTS?

www.SunStylesLots.com

(954)-328-1010

Lot 80x125 Cleared No
Flood/Scrub Jays E.Engle-
wood. Quiet Street Maint. By
Owner 52k. 941-626-5240,

Need Cash?
Have A Garage Sale!


3 ACRES, S. Desoto, 2 blks
from Wal-Mart Distr. Ctr.
Zoned for Mobile or house.
$159k. (863)-244-3046
3 acres- 2,000sf
garage, coral $319,000
Many others available @
www.sel-fast.com Call
941-475-8282-List
@3.5% .
39 ROTONDA LOTS Many
waterfront, some oversized
and double lots.
570-943-2516
5.4 ACRES NORTH PORT
(Woodland Estates)
$249,900. Call 941-475-
5899 Broker/owner
Attn Investors
Want land?
Visit www.hishmeh.biz or call
(941) 628-3434
Other lots available
BOUNDARY BLVD.; #504; on
the canal, superb location,
treed lot. 14,440 sf, $126,900.
By owner (978)-621-9000
Burnt Store Lakes, 2 Water-
front Lots, $129 K each,
17029 Alpenhorn Ct. &
24031 Cedar Rapids Rd.
941-916-1163/ 661-8801
Deep Creek, quiet street,
great loc., cleared-sodded-
water/sewer, 171 Castile Ct.
$67.9K, (9411-766-8875
EXCELLENT BUILDING lot in
Pebble Creek w/city water &
sewer, lots of privacy/gated
comm. Call John Moore, 941-
380-7579, or 941-429-3200.
Weichert Realtors Southern
Choice.
five seawalled lemon bay lots
deep water priced right from
$599k 941-474-6633
FLINT RIDGE OKLAHOMA
Mountain Lots $2,995 each.
Water, electric, paved streets.
Lake & golf course on site.
Ready to build on. Call 864-
247-1539 or 864-247-0417.
GOT LOTS??
I'll buy your lot TODAY for
CASH! Call Dan at 941-916-
2249
Gulf Cove; double lot, Gillot
Blvd. 21,700 sq. ft., corner,
city water, $99K, (561)-753-
4597 or (561) 644-2947
HARBOUR HEIGHTS: Canal lot,
sailboat, 3 lots from river. Call
Bob (941) 916-1837.
Thomas Ryan Real Estate.
In. a Beautiful Neighbor-
hood. 150 Fletcher St.
$45,000. (941) 624-5554
LAKE SUZY
On the golf course, cleared,
surveyed, water, sewer,
$89,900. 941- 457-6811.


1500 LOTS & ACREAGE 1515 WATERFRONT

WATERFRONT, DRY, BURNT STORE ISLES Large
ACREAGE, LOTS. corner lot on sailboat canal.
You want them? I'll find Perfect for circular driveway
them! Large inventory, and 3 or 4 car garage.
Homes, invest., 1031. Fla. $449,000. Call Chuck, Pru-
wide Co. Call for consult, dential WCI, 630-696-0003
941-766-0356 CMI Realty
Canal front lot w/ river
access. Great friendly comm.
Advertise Today! Wn't last long! $145,000.
Utopia RIty. 941- 575-7111.


S1515 WATERFRONT

DEEP CREEK Lake Ben-
gal. Greenland Ct, Water &
Sewer, deed restricted, great
location. By owner;
$142,000, 941- 627-4177.

Deep Water Riviera Lagoons
120X85 Sailboat Water
90' Wide Canal, $255,000
710 Delray PI, PG FL,
941-505-8749


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1500 LOTS & ACREAGE

Lots for Sale: Quiet country
setting filled w/ hardwood &
pines located in Central Geor-
gia (9) miles S of Dublin, Ga.
Lots range from 3 acres to 50
acres.$1800 per acre Call
owner for info. (912)-529-
4076
Magnificent tip lot 160 ft
seawall on the Peace
River. Between 1-75 and
Hwy 41. Breathtaking
views sunrise-sunset
accented by the night
lights of Punta Gorda.
23,300 sq ft. South rear
facing. Cleared and ready
to build. Very private. Best
lot in Port Charlotte!
$1,395,000
Owner/agent. 743-7066
Cell 815-0636
New luxury home on your lot
from $165,900. See our fur-
nished model in Rotonda
Lakes. 941-697-4720.
www.newgenerationhomesil.:
om


North Port, canal lot, over.
sized corner, in area of -,e
homes, min. from Bobcat ,,.'
$57,500, (941)-661-0583
North Port Estates, 5 acri.
canal, cleared & filled, beautiui
ly treed, high & dry $390,:00'"
(941)423-0703 or 661-342.
NORTH PORT LOT
Caroline St. $44,900
Ron 941-923-4616

NORTH PORT LOTS
FOR SALE S35-S50K
941-545-3981
941-412-1429

NORTH WEST CHARLOTTE
2 JOINING LOTS
Between N. Port & Murdock
1 on corner, $50-$58k/ea
941-474-0015
NP: CLEARED & MOWED LOT
with city water. Close tc
schools, Shropprng .. inter
state. Asking $58,000
941-423-1185
OVERSIZED Canal lot, read:, c1
build, lots of point trees, rear
Rotonda Lakes area & sh':o
ping. $94,500. Call 231-8'?
3941or 941-740-0652
PORT CHARLOTTE 2163
Bermuda St, 60 x 130,
buildable lot, $54,900.
(239) 229-2122.
Port Charlotte Duval st lot
for sale cleared & filled
ready to build on $50,000
941-815-7834

PRESTIGIOUS PUNTA
GORDA HISTORIC
DISTRICT
3 prime residential
contiguous lots. Facing
West Marion, Harvey, an
Durrance 1 '2 Blio,:. to
part 3rd rver. (Cll hi':r
details 941-639-4877
or 941- 769-8836

PRICE REDUCED SO. VENICE
80x100 Cleared. $86,500.
By Owner. (941)-497-7183 or
941-234-6499
Punta Gorda Lot off Hwy-17
zoned MHS. Only $28,000:.
Utopia Comm. RIty. (941-57&-
7111.
Rotonda Lai e overlzed lot
@.134 edwoiRd R'd L.-L 52
Block 39) :w/ lake view,
$62,900. (941)-505-0658







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1515WATERFRONT 1600 BUSINESS FOR
SALE
DEVELOPER'S :DREAMs8,:5 .i
acres RMF15 zoning, -127 OPEN YOUR OWN 2 for $1.00
gross units w/ water views, Card Store. 19 Display racks
Placida, close to intercoastal, with storage, racks are 4'W &
beaches, golf. $5,000,000. 9 cards high. All the cards you
owner 941-661-5316 need to open a card store.
Cards are 19 cents each,
GULF COVE LOT .racks come free. Cards are
80' seawall canal frontage Below cost. 941-223-4429
600' to Myakka Riker- w ..';
Call Ben @ 239-262-2227 SMALL Used Bookstore,
Lea Marie Island. .i id Turnkey easy to run w/proven
COMM..,::: ,, '' track record & room for
c o m m I sl ii ,, 1 ^ d .,
Harbor. I_.-i ibl I ,. t:1) expansion. 941-391-1200
$615KHarbor. _,- '.- *"i- Dorothy Webb, Coldwell
$615K ..- - Banker Sunstar Realty
Manasota Key 1 AC +/- direct
Beachfront. Engineering in Tanning Salon & Spa for
progress and zoned for 6 con- sale. 11 private rooms,
dos, pool & clubhouse. i-:., totally 1,860sf, services
OK for private beach rcut,.. include tanning, airbrush
$3,990,000. '1 1 -J _-4, tanning, massage therapy,
Smanicures & pedicures.
PRIME SAILBOAT WATER-,. Potential for Esthetician.
FRONT HOMES & LOTS. Sev- All contents included.
eral not in MLS. Susan-Love; "Located in an active strip
Shells Realty. 941-268-1715. mall w/a client database
Cr SW Ls S n of 3,000. Contact Owner
Pt. Char SW Lots Starting at (941)380-9290
at $189,000.
www.sel-fast.com VENICE CABINET SHOP, must
Sel-Fast RE List @ 3.5% sell. Owner moving out of
(941)-475-8282 area. Will consider all offers.
S. (941)-488-0300
t .I-, ,,J,,. i '! |.> | L 11n-nn .

water & sewer. New pool; 1610 BUSINESS
$340K. (941)- 815-7215:. : ,;-, RENTALS
Sailboat Cape flaze lot No
bridges to bay, views of 10,500 SF, US 41 on
ICW. Seawall & cleared. Venice By-Pass. 20' ceiling,
OWner financing avail. 6 OHD's, and large yard
Charity Cain @ spari space. Ideal for contractor,
Properties. 941-716-0685 trucking or auto use. Only
S$8/SF plus util. Allard Inv.
ii .i.-i ir ie n:,' 'I ..:, ri ar Realty (727)-894-5002
exposure, perfect for pool
home! Only 1 bridge out. 800 Sq. Ft. Office Space,
Cleared w/ water and sewer. Back Entrance on Tamiami
$249,900. 941-380-2894. Trail. Very reasonable. Call
Ron & Carol Pearce Team (941)-629-2611 for info.
Century 21 -:il: '-ls ...l l ;:,:T,,er,,: i Office Space,
ates. $850/mo., triple net for 800
qf. ft. Located in
1600 BUSINES-'FORf' olingswood Professional
SALE Center, Call (941-627-2123
ext. 109
APPLIANCE STORE res ~HISTORIC DOWNTOWN
money maker. Equipment, ENGLEWOOD 850sq. t,
parts, service, tfuck &\lnven4'. i'office spaces for lease.'

E, :,. .76M ,rt: i ri,,a :a ,r-,,,.j,
BUY SELL VA .
VR Business Brokers, (941-587-2277
Fort Myers, Naples
Port Charlotte New Professional Office
"941-627-5565 0'Space in Murdock area,
www.vrfla.biz appox. 1000 sq ft, will build-
D .,U T ,. T, out to suit. 941-286-1707
STORE, :u.-u;e:.',i.P roDer/t PORT CHARLOTTE
.Great :: "ii.:i uj,- :.: EXECUTIVE OFFICE SUITES
Englew : .o a I Fr ..:-i- .: r,, Recep-l-.-I, ,ail uti l
sell. 1111--- -& other ;upport: ,a i
DIVE / B'O-'T oEom i ,,,,,- Omni Executive Center
Business l.r :i,. 5. ,r: 4055 TAMIAMI TRAIL
establish-d i':.' j:.:: iun i Acrosrs Frrim E.:b Evanr
offers cor, .j...-re.i T. r :| p,::. iCall Marl or Jan.
sible 941]. -,'l:* *627-9755*


1610 BUSINESS 2000
RENTALS


Professional Office space
available corner of US41
and Collingswood (Mur-
dock). Call for details.
941-474-1488
VENICE
OFFICE/WAREHOUSE
4800sf will divide.
941-485-1119

1620 COMMERJ
INDUST. PROP.

NEW OFC/WHSE FOR SALE
GREAT PRICE START $200S
GREAT LOCATIONS BY 175
GREAT OWN/INVEST OPPT.
(941) 486-4264 CALL NOW

LOCATION LOCATION -
LOCATION
Approx. 15,000 SF-
Corner of 41 & W. Marion
2 bldgs. Total 4,400 SF.;
Endless possibilities in
Historic Punta Gorda.
$1,500.000.
Ray Jeries
(941)-391-1301 (Cell)
Diane Johnson
(941)-626-3260 (Cell)
RANDOL REALTY, INC.
COMMERCIAL DIVISION
(941)-625-1814

NEW OWNERS for lease, All-
man ^hi c.ir.i Pl: F': Hwy 70
East, i'': ad', :jl.':e avail. Ig.
or sm. 863-990-6-131 or 863-
494-6511
North Port- NEW Office &
Retail. 1,000-5,000sf for sale
or lease at Bobcat Square.
-' Pre-Construction.
Incentive pricing available.
Call Karl at (941)429-5969.
Office Warehouse
5,000sf, 1.03 acres,
zoned CI, $525,000.
Fred Smith Realty, Inc.
(941)-475-5686
PUNTA GORDA, 2 acres
Route 41, .high traffic,. N-S
access, zoned CI, owner may
finance. $3,524,000. Century
1i Almar ,? A::rcitte call
,.ie. Huprie: '94 1-6 ;'6.81

1640 WAREHOUSE
& STORAGE

CI ZONED NOKOMIS -
700SQFT Office space
& storage lot will
separate.
Call for Details
941-416-1954

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2035 Musical
2040 ..ir.a '1 i-i.
2050 i.HilIe. Tr a, :
2060 Management
2070 Sales
2090 Child/Adult
Care Needed
2100 General
2110 Part-time/Temp
2115 Home Based
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PUNTA GORDA.
OFFICE

NOW OPEN-FOR
BUSINESS

NEW LOCATION

331 SULLIVAN ST
(Green 2-story
house, ground fl,
Corner of West
Virginia Ave. and
Sullivan St.)

BUSINESS HOURS

Monday Friday

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

(941) 205-1000


2010 PROFESSIONAL

7/01/2005

ACCOUNTAI JT i vein, ': F-
firm 2+ er .: In FuDir
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ACCOUNTANT Kawasaki,
Suzuki, Yamaha dealership in
Punta Gorda seeks experi-
enced accounting profession-
al. Outstanding opportunity,
experience in dealership pre-
ferred. Strong Excel & com-
puter skills required. Please
fax resume to 941- 639-0572
or call 239-272-2342 ask for
Dan.
ACCOUNTANT in Venice CPA
firm. 5+ years auditing & tax
experience. CPA a plus. Expe-
rienced only need apply. Fax
Resume 941-484-3975
ACCOUNTANT Punta Gorda
CPA firm. 5+ years experi-
ence in all phases of account-
ing including tax. Benefits
package. Fax resume to
(941) 639-6296
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.
Agentes de Seguros con
icencias de 220/440/215
Oficina de State Farm en
Punta Gorda busca agents
de seguro que sbn be-lingual
(Espanol y Ingles) Con experi-
encia y prueba de historic de
ventas. Se ofrece base con
comisiones, beneficios y una
oportunidad que no se pre-
sente todos los dias. Envie
por fax.su resume con confi-
anza 1-941-6374856 a la
atencion de Andrew Snoke 0,
por ?-mqil a
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Area Family Support Specialist
for the Arcadia area. It does
take a village, be part of ours.
Family Support Specialist to
work in collaboration with
community organizations pro-
viding social services and
empowerment opportunities
to low income rural families.
Masters Degree/ Bachelor's
Degree preferred. Bilingual
(Spanish/ English) preferred,
but not required. Must be able
to work flexible hours and
have reliable transportation.
Experience planning and coor-
dinating home visits, parent
involvement, and community
partnership initiatives a plus.
Strong written and verbal
communication, public speak-
ing and training skills required.
Other skills: Flexibility, motiva-
tion, creativity, critical thinker,
energetic and visionary are.
needed for this position. Abili-
ty to work independently is
needed.A competitive salary
is negotiable. Apply or send
resume to ATTN: Sharon Fox
at the Arcadia Area Office at
241 S. Orange Ave., Arcadia,
FL 34266 or e-mail
sharon@rcma.org by July 11,
2005.

We are an Equal Opportunity
Employer. We do not discrimi-
nate on the basis of race,
color, cree, sex, sexual orien-
tation, age or national origin,
religion or disabilities.

BARBER WANTED for part
time. Murdock area. Call Days
1941)-624-6019 evenings
239-458-4038

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Dispatcher Position:
Requires a positive, people
oriented, take charge indi-
vidual capable of thriving in
a dynamic multi-tasking envi-
ronnent. The candidate will
have a strong command of
telecommunications 'tech-
niques and be computer lit-,
erate. Bilingual in Spanish is
necessary. We will gladly
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2010 PROFESSIONAL 2010 PROFESSIONAL
Finance Associate: F-T.posi-
DESIGNERS & CADD tion with benefits ,,, Fr Cfjr-
TECHNICIANS WANTED. lotte. Requires extensive Excel
Weiler Engineering experience, A/P, A/R, payroll,
Corp. has immediate financial reporting, ability.to
openings for CADD Techni- quickly learn new software.
cians/Designers in our Fund or grant accounting,
Charlotte County office, budget and QuickBooks
Knowledge of Auto Cadd expert. A+. Must be able to
Release 2002 or above is start in July. Fax resume, and
required. Experience with cover letter 'with ..salary
Civil Engineering Design requirements to .(941) 255-
and/or Land Surveying is 5856 or e-mail to: '
desired. Land Develop- hsloan@elcfloridasheartland.org
ment Desk Top experience FINANCIAL MANAGER
a plus. WEC offers a highly for busy "Team Oriented" Port
competitive salary & bene- Charlotte office. Experience
fits package. Contact req. in the following areas:
Janeen Weiler, e-mail, Accounts Receivable, Insur-
janeen@weilerengineering.org ance/Billing, C-usildm'~ri~~r-
or fax (941-235-1832 vice. Benefits include' 401K,
Pension. Med. Ins., Incentive
DeSoto BCC is seeking Bonus, F'1 a.': air.- F3
qualified applicants for the resume i,, ':4 i I. l 6l. I
following position: HAIRSTYLIST-
Accountant. Starting at HAIRSTYLIS- EL.'ti.'rl,,j
$13.62/'hr. Principles & l-' E ti.' Ei.b ir,,,j
practices in relation to general .' i tU j '. .,:1
ledger including monthly/fis- '-''"' ''"' ,'"', a,-n,,'
cal year budgeting, reporting, .",'- '4 .: I '.-) .an. ;
reviewing, & tracking. Bache- hours 941-4,97,297i0 ,i., *.
lor's Degree in Accounting or L Iirm T, -i. I.lar Arn-g,',
related field. 2 yrs. work expe- i ,:,:,r.jri, r t ir4 ., .r: ,r .
rience. I experience '-n ,: .uhi:,n r ,.:i
(Equal Employment Opportunity marketing i : .)'-' :
and Drug-Free Work Place) strategies, out.l,: ,rlirti:i,,
For more info contact and ,.ebj:tel :':,f,.,Jrer and
Human Resources at 863- ai:,,li-tin-- Id3el- -,ndidate
993-4808. de o; ,:r,, rnrd :.; -
ESTABLISHED CHARLOTTE -: "lr r :r alr,,n
C .. r- ,, 1 ,1 ;,' L r,' ,r, in d ,m ii.:
County Law Firm seeks full .a e
time employees for its real tion skills. ,.Baoheloers&,.Degr-ee
fl required. :. )ji -, : E
estate department as.follows: mi .
Real Estate Close w/experi- ,ewebb@farr.co
ence in preparing and pro- ewebbLfarr.com,.
cessing closing documents, Licensed 220,'440/'215
also assistant to closer. Insurance Agent/i. State
To be considered send Farm office [ini;vPnta Sporda
resume by FAX (941) 639- seeks experimd i ,licensed
2197 or mail to 990 West agent with a;Etp(onen .track
Marion Ave., Suite 201, Punta -.:,':.r b r;i;nri al
Gorda, FL 33950, Attention .i r.:l, I lnr,gi lih. [iui ie
Office Manager. :o.- ,.ie a lr Ti. "
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EVENTS & COMMUNICATIONS ,,:,r.r, i he r[.i' ie.
Proven Customer Service Pro .,, .,r ,,:,-. r ,,i-:-. r 1,:i
with strong administrative .,: ,, '.,, -ur r-IUjiTie n
skills needed to complete our confidence i:o i- *'46 '-.
team. We are a not-for-profit 4856 attn: -ijire-.. :ie or
trade association located in e-mailto:
Port Charlotte. Event Coordi- ,, ,, ,, .,,.; ,, .
nation, volunteer management NAIL TECH"'FIUJL-i'TilVE'-or
or communications experi- PART TIME'ifor' ery busy
ence is helpful, but second to upscale spa. ,in...unta
personality, work ethic and Gorda .Excellent wages.
motivation. Resumes, with Great opportunity! Call
reat, opportunity! Ca
cover letter in confidence to: (941)286-8423 ask for
shannon@cbca-florida.com or araa -Advanced Skin
941-627-9041. Care & Massages.
Experienced HAIRSTYLISTS ij,:h--,,j,...-,,., i jrri,-r ,:-:,i ri;rin
needed for upscale Downtown i:,r I..:-i e-.40 Ji FT.
Punta Gorda salon. Grand re- please call (941)-497-2468
opening. Need part time, full Fax resume: (9411-493-5775
time. Benefits plan offered, Property Mgr Growing gt
S(941) 639-5010 company seeks licensed CAM
t Advfor multiple associations in
S ve se S n Charlotte Co. Experience, pre-
The Classifieds! ferred..SIGNING BONUS. Fax
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2010 PROFESSIONAL

SCIENCE TEACHER MS/MS,
Florida Prep, (941,235-2112
SITE DEVELOPMENT ESTIMA-
TOR. Experience with com-
puters, Auto-Cad a +. DFWP.
941-5050444.
STRUCTURAL TECHNI-
CIANS wanted. Weiller Engi-
neering Corp. has immediate
openings for Structural Techn-
cians in our well established
Charlotte County office. Must
be construction oriented.
Auto CAD experience. Fast
paced. Highly competitive
salary & benefits package.
Contact Janeen at
janaeenea lere4ngneering.arg
STYLIST T-) JOIN VIICKYS, a
Paull MteSignature Salon.
:,41 .'G ] 1 -. i
STYLISTS WANTED ExperF
ence & clients welcome.
CheziLa Femme. Venice
8-p is 4'94 -488-355
TAX PREP PERSONS
To work part time. Flexible
schedL!'. PF ;s.i-e other part
amTe ..Crk a,'.j3ble.
Fiease call (941)-235-5555
TEACHING positions avail-
able for 2005-2006 school
year at Community Christian
School in PL Charlotte. Ele-
mentary, Jr. High & High
School, Spanish & Music.
(941-625-8977
Teller full -
and Part Time
Charlotte State Bank has
teller positions available at
our Port Charlotte Murdock
and Midtown offices. Must
possess excellent customer
service skills and have previ-
ous cash handling experience.
Competitive salary and bene-
fits. Applications available at
Charlotte State Bank, 1100
Tarmiami Trail, Port Charlotte,
FL 33953; or submit resume
online to
tshrenshock@charlottesatebank.com
EEO/ AA
TITLE CLOSER/PROCESSOR.
Motivated, able to multi-task.
$10.50/nir.+ commissions.
e-mail resume to
geri@northporttite.com or
fax resume to 941-4290995
TREE SERVICE HELPER.
Must have clean Florida dri-
ver's license. Paid vacations,
holidays and sick days.
Please call 941-628-3496

2015 BANKING


2015 BANKING

BB&T is looking for the
"Best of the Best"

At BB&T its about excel-
lence. It's about the best
people creating a world-
class organization. With
assets of over $100 bil-
lion and more than 1,400
banking offices through-
out the Southeast, we
strive to offer world-class
service to our clients.

We offer an excellent
benefit package to our
employees including
vacation and holiday pay,
health, dental and vision
insurance, disability and
life insurance, 401K and
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We are currently seeking
qualified individuals for
the following positions:

Tellers in the
Venice area

You are invited to apply
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select Careers.


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Great Commission Split
Bonus Programs
Call Today!
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VICE PRESIDENT
ACCOUNTING
OFFICER
Peninsula Bank, seeks CPA
with Banking background,
financial analysis, general
accounting and financial,
regulatory and/or SEC
reporting experience. Must
have supervisory experi-
ence, be organized and
accurate with extensive
MS Excel and Word experi-
ence. Bank operations
knowledge a plus. EOE.
Email your resume along
with salary requirements
to: hr@oeninsulabank.com
or fax 941-629-8409


2016 FINANCIAL

ACCOUNTING CLERK
Busy Venice office needs F/T
person to assist with account-
ing & health service functions.
Duties include billing, reconcil-
iation, & filing. Must be profi-
cient with computer & spread-
sheet application. Medical
Manager experience a plus.
Smoke free environment Pre-
employment drug test. Fax
resume to Senior Friendship
Center, 941-497-7195' attn.
Finance Director. EOE

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OFFICE HELP F/T for a fast FILEMAER Pro 7 Develop-
CONTROLLER CLERICAL/SALES growing cleaning &er:-:,.-ti,, .-: ..
For large growing prof- FT person needed in restoration co. Must have :T:- 3,, :.:I .essica @
table co. 4 yr account- a fast paced great customer service 9414613-3116 or email jmc-
ing/bus degree, CPA a Construction Office. skills, good computer -: -: .:
plus. Exc. organization, Experienced with knowledge, be very
communication, corn- computers, multiple dependable, able to multi Irrtsrested in a new
puter skills a must. phone fines, sales, and task & possess a great atti- ) c rirg c.t aer
Team player. Relocation construction knowledge tude. A/R knowledge a -, r. -i :,:r.
assistance available, a must Benefits, plus. Please apply within i- i ;;::
Call for confidential Pd.Holidays & Servpro Of Venice, 125 C ;J& .. jn .-.. r -E.-,.
interview. 941-467-0490 Vacation. $450.-$550. Corporation Way or fax i-- d3 .-: :"
weekly depending resume 941-488-3436 t:n- r- ':'. .: -. :.
2020 CLERICAU/OFFICE on experience. : -ri: .,-i :-
Drug Free Workplace. phones & some clec
Apply in person: duties. Applywuhi ,h
ACCOUNTING ASST- Computer SoutAwe Restoprason dutieserpite, 2885 ommin : ce
experience req,, some book 24100 Southw e Bst lvd. #13 Pa Fiesevice, C D e -
keeping exp. a plus. benefit Port Charlotte off Toledo Blade by F I75 1 p n rT ,,
PortoCharlot te2rb ,i se .- "
pkg/pd holidays, vacation. 941-743-4466 or I~F 9AM4PM 9414234556system. -
Apply Mon-Fri at Milliken Whsl Fax resume to: -4 5 9 2-4
Diist, e S. MCa Rd., Eni. 9 41-743-8837 LOOKING for a team If you 'ae s i : and are
or emal resume to interested please contact
:shoannn andisteribion.c CUSTOMER SERVICE REP er who responsi- Gerald @- 941-6133108.
CUSTOMER SERVICE REP ble & professional Only local candclates will be
ADMINISTRATION ASSISTANT Outgoing personality required. Must be able to: canes e
part time for Military Museum Full time & benefits. Apply at considered.
25 hours per week, flexible. Triple Diamond Jet Center *USE WORD & EXCEL
Send resume to: 1200 W. 220 Airport Av. E. Venice *WRITE INSPECTION
Retta Esplanade unit B-4,REPORTS
Punta Gorda FL 33950 or call FRONT OFFICE, FT, for busy *CREATE MINUTES OF
94-575-902. doctor's office. Send resume ETINGS
to Charlotte San, 23170 Har- M TGh
PERFORM IBIMS DT Tl T AMIL
Administrative Assistant- borview Rd., Box S, Charlotte PERFORMA ADMINIS-
Full time growing Arcadia co- Harbor, FL 33980.TRATIVE PROCEDURE
pany seeking energetic, well SL NT Im Uim"i
organized, professional with FRONT DESK CLERK: Part- Great benefits, all tolls
customer service skills. Time position available in The paid. Fax your resume
Strong computer skills a Burnt Store Marina. Good cus- to (941)964-0193 Seeking a page
must. Fax resume to tomer service skills and atten- or Call 941-964-2211
863/4943533 f on to detail required. Please Ext 4442 layout designer
fax resume to 941-575-7968. for the copy desk.
ADMINISTRATIVE ASST., P/T Real Estate Legal Assis-
for small church. Avail. Aug. FRONT DESK P/T tant/ Punta Gorda-Looking Knowledge of Quark a must
1st. Send resume to, Unitari- Early riser, Nights & week- for a person who is depend-
an Universalist, 1532 Forest end shifts avail, depend- able self motivated, profes-
Nelson Blvd. Pt Char., FL able customer service ori- sional, creative and has good Thi' i; a full time
33952/email uufcc@aol.com ented person needed, customer service skils. Zon- w- iin ocritlj.: .ri
BILLING CLERK needed for Apply in person, YMCA, ing, Planning, writing con- wee'-'ndr-lu
auto dealership, experienced 701 Center Rd. Venice tracts skills needed. Computer: .
auto dealership, experienced
only. Good pay & benefits. General office. Basic comput- MicrosoftOffice Word, Excel, E-m.1r r.:uT, C.
Mail resume to Charlotte Sun, er skills, AR. Ful time. Paid PowerPoint, Internet, Outlook re Ru:.rr a-
23170 Harborview Rd. Box H, vacation, holidays & insur- email navigaton with map Fir i,- ir-jii:.
Charlotte Harbor, FL 33980. ance. Howard's Pool Service software. If you are interested or call 941-206-1135
please fax your resume to
BOOKKEEPER 80 Harvard St., Englewood. (866 e384-7112.r e t ru e ..ple
FIRST CHRISTIAN INTERCOASTAL Real Estate Assistant neeed-
CHURCH MEDICAL GROUP ed for busy Real Estate office. 20 M A
Medical Records Clerk for Excellent phone skills, 2030 MED!CAL
Palmer Ranch Ofc Entry Microsoft Office & detail ori-
The First Christian Church level, F/T positions with ented. $11/hr. + based on 2 WEEr .i' TPtiiiF .
of Port Charlotte is looking excellent pay, benefits. experience. Benefits/bonus .'.i.:i t..l :
for an experienced book- Must be detail oriented, potential! Call Bonnie at (941) Quality Healthcare
keeper who also has expe- Fax resume with salary 456-6052 Pt Charlotte 941-625-8933
rience managing finan- reqsto Med Rec Coord @
cias. Experience with (9411 365-5469 EOE RECEPTIONIST, full time, for A'BUSY and expanding prac-
busy Veterinary hospital. Ani- tice office looking for
church accounting sys- Law firm seeks Marketing mal & people oriented. Health *Medical Assistant
ters beneficial, especially Coordinator with 6+ years of & retirement benefits avail. -eARNP
Shelby Systems. Experi- experience in -execution of KENNEL TECH Part Time. *Exp. Med. Ins. Poster
ence with excel and marketing plans,-advertising Apply in person at Animal Must bea team player
spreadsheets a must. Thir- strategies, public relations Medical Clinic, 27.16 N Tamia- Flua::e Fi' e.ume. it
spread ees a must. i- and web-based software and mi Trail, Port Charlotte. (941)-575-7755
ty (30) hrs a week. individ- applications. Ideal candidateeee
ual must be of high moral is detail oriented and possess- RECEPTIONIST needed forA BUSY Specialy Prac-
character& values. Please es excellent organizational, busy construction office. Must twice is seeking experienced
contact the church office presentation and communica- have exc. phone skills, greet- smiling team players for their
for an application if quali- tion skills. Bachelors Degree ingclients, and various minor growing practice. Positions
fed for the position at required. Salary+ benefits. E- tasks. Fax resume to 1-941- available incl.: Front Desk &
ed for the position at il 235-1636. Medical Records. Benefit
941-625-4947 ewebb@farr.com RECEPTIONIST/GENERAL package & competitive salary.
BOOKKEEPER needed F/T OFFICE Adams Homes has Fax resume to Attn: Office
experience. Mus Fha LEGAL SECRETARY for busy an immediate opening for a Manager, 941-625-7887.
auditing experience. Claimants Attorney. Benefits teamplayr with excellentA FULL TIME FRONT DESK
Excellent pay & benefits R e oPi 8 77,. 877F phone skills & a can-do at- t h-cl -Inr. Ch( ut medical
available. Fill out applica- -de in helping with general
tion at www.piknrun.com or Local, well established finan- office work. Please fax your MEDICAL RECORDS
call (941)-882-4015. cial firm is looking for a part- resume to Dave Paulson CLERK, Full Time. Call (941)-
Clerical AssistantBus time Front Office Recep- (941)426-7443. 575-3529 or fax resume to
office company seeks self- tionist. This is an exceptional SECRETARY, Must be a self (941)-575-9364
starter with good customer opportunity for a person who starter, detail oriented, orga-
service, organizational and has excellent telephone and nized, efficient & knowledge- Activities Director Nort Port
computer skills. Fax resume communicatino skills and able in computer skills. Full ALF looking for ambitious
to 941 575-7968. would,like to work part-time. time. (941-629-6600 Activity Coordinator, fun &
Call Janet Shriver at (941) rewarding. Full Time. Pls.
CLERICAL HELP needed PT 625-6534 to arrange for an Secretary needed for Patty at (941)426-9175 call
for busy Law Office. Good interview. Auto & Truck specialty _ber.een hrouir .: 9.5. I., M
Phone & typing skills a mu OFFICE HELP F/, 8am-5pm, shop. Must be profes- ALF Administr"tor wanted
Fax resumeto9416258772in Punta Gorda. Office experi- sional & motivated for expanding business.
CLERICAL/DATA ence required. Must have Apply in person: Sun Marketing skills a plus.
ENTRY Fulltime position computer skills & be able to Guard Auto Tinting, (813)-3100711
ETmulti- task, customer service 4516 Tamiami Trail, PC,
available. Must have gener skills required. 941-637-8506 (941)-625-9666 Arcadia office looking for Full
al office skills & computer time Physical Therapist
knowledge Medical, Den- C: FEi i iSriViT4T i~icuired TiTLE PROCtESSCR i il.jr a~ti Lje clll; A Physical
tal, 401K. paid vacations Ior vIj.:.jtati home renall and ePper-nce,. i:.r bu's Pt Chir- Therapy Assistant for .iulpn
& holidays. Apply in per- pr.:.erT nri rageiTient l om, inE I tlle :omrri.,jri Mult tLe rent srttng. Fa. r-,ume:
son: Sheckler Produce rn MuijIr have good lecphoiie orgarnized s-rith real people -4l] .'5445 :' ir all 4411
3037 S McCall Rd -id c:.ir,:dr:r F-11I:. Plea:,e -illh F'P.a:- ra e-;umi-ni. 5) ic00]9
Englewood, next to Walmart Ij l reume Io 94 -i 6930124 94-1 62-'-t 5


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


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Busy Cardiologist Office BUSY Pediatric office seeks
needs experienced edlical FRONT OFFICE RECEP-
assistant /ixcomnputer expei- TIOMIST. Must have expe-
ence Fax resume 5863491- rience in a health care set-
5634 ting, but Ailing to train capa-
ble candidates. Must be a
BUSY MEDICAL OFFICE seeks --., ,.Ii ,; muli-task, aod
front desk/checlkin person. : .-,n: team player.
Must be able sto muliti task. Competitsie salary & benefits.
Insurance & Medical Manager Please fax resume to: 941-
exp. Fax resume to 629- 629-4701 Atn: Tina.
6488.
C.N.A.'S FT, 11-7, BONUS
INCENTIVE: for 180 bed
ARE YOU ONLINE? SNF. Apply n person at Char-
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CAREGiER, -i' LE-'E, for
small ALF in Venice. No
dlrugsallconholi erimall record.
Will rain. 941468-2673
CAREGIVER PT/FT.
HOUSEKEEPER FT
Call Sandhill Gardlens
between 8:3J0am & I :.
(941)-764-6577
CHIROPRACTIC ASSISTANT
F/T FRONT DESK. Irmmed.
hire. Will tain .1.i i apll-
cants. Fax resume to: 1941)
629-9513

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Fax resume to 941426-9552
North Port area.


Fullservice. Big savings.

The exper9 s next door.,
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142-1 PIEIDM)ONT ROD) I;REAT
VENICE LOCATION Well maintained
'BE ,'B, li.;i,. lining & A/C, Florida
r i ... : ...j 17C on farge lot + 500 sq.
ft. workshop, too! $249,509.

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711ii PETREL %\\% PLLIC\N
POINTE GOLF & CC Exquisite pool
home 3BR, 2BA, 2CG. Lido model on
.ii-.J,. ... Impeccably decorated
designed for entertaining loads of
upgrades -livine, dining. separate family.
oversized pool lanai. $549.900.


5. j"-' f JJ . -.
3019 CONCORD RD. Remodeled in
2001. 3BR + den, 2BA, pool home.
Updates include: kitchen stucco,
sprinklers, A/C roof & more. $229,500.






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HALKETT TERRACE NORTH PORT
2 adjacent building lots in developing
area. Only minutes to 1-75. $47.500 each.


842 DAHOON CIRL.E,. VENICE -
2003 3 bed + den, pool home overlooking
preserve. Grown molding, superior
decorating. lots of built-ins, volume
ceilings. +++. $560,000.


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Eier ,J f,.,d', l b, \biiJei% hli>nic
3BR + den, 2 BA, 2CG. Great room style
h iat ill 0 .:.rs I ,I iit 1 249.5til.






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New 2BR, 2BA condo in gated Venice community
overlooking golf course. Loads of upgrades
including ceramic tile, upgraded kitchen, Beerber
carpeting & a grage. Complex witfli beautiful
clubhousepool eeisefaciliy. $325,000.

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3BR + den, 2BA in conrir,-uii.r ..i-i 4 ; :Il Ti ir-,ke iuii:hcl' 2BR :i B Sjn
courses. Lovely viewof -.-cr..- ae fie, : Miar,.. c.r..j..m.,riurn -'erli.:. r.g ith
room for pool in Rotondj \\ri i '"I-2 h: m- Gulf Ready to move in Lots ,f
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SARASOTA LOCATION
8181 TAMIAMITR. S., SUITE B.
SARASOTA, FL 34231
TOLL FREE 877-929-7007
DIRECT 941-929-7007
FAX 941-929-7001


IJu imnruii Ir I-n Ui n.
UNIT#408 -Adorable 11 unit
inal mwi impreis- your lussv
buyer. a boaler' driem 8 a
beachcombeis paradise, see
Ihe lirewors orn Vernice
Beach fIrm your b.ali:jryy,
i turnkey furnished,
;MLS#478722. $345,000.
Call Nancy Richardson NAN
y(941) 223-1771 RICHARDSON

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rinitI UiINUMIM nuI,, 1.
VIEWS uni 622 ha.
never been lived in' 2'BR
2BA Fid'elr rnmoel .nei f-
neutral, colors & Corian
kitchen counters.
-Chodose the amenities that fit
your needs. MLS#475413.
$189,900.
Call Becky Shontz-Bork BEKY
(941) 497-2229 SHONTZ-BORKJ


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1255TARPON CENTER DR.
UNIT#501 Feel the tropical
breeze & savor the stunning
views from your balcony in this
lovely 2/2 beach condo.
Boaters will love the
availability of the Higel Park
public boat ramp, the m s
Freedom Boat Club or the
Venice Yacht Club directly
across the street on Roberts
Bay. MLS#478508. $535,000.
Call Nancy Richardson NANcy
(941) 223-9771 RicHAaDsoN,


1BR,.1BA condo in Village
Apts. #15, 614 Guild Rd.
Close to shopping,
restaurants & parks. Good
investment. Easy to rent.
Turnkey furnished.
MLS#478351. $167,700.
Call Cheri McKean
(941) 539-6688


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V*LIItL LwtiJ I tiJ IInv iiiII
you'll feel right at hoe inis
2BR2BA home. Great
working kitchen w/charming
breakfast rm, huge living rm,
screened entry, interior
laundry rm, nice tranquil
Florida rm & a very-large
private backyard.
MLS#474713. $221,900.
Call Brad & Linda Jordan BRADn &DA
S(941) 497-5443 JORDAN


LOOKING U IOR A uLntA
BUY Ihis one has vutr
name on ii 2BR,2B2r2CG,
huge mastlri sulle. Split
plan. great relghbdrlinod
for your lamily
MLS-472iU33 $239,900.
Call Brad & Linda Joidan
(941)497-5443


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SPECTACULAR vse'- or .-
r ,irels. Ises nrd goil'
,ur..ie Irom Ihs Rulerit,,r
none The hpjciOu. h'jme
le31ul-,. ,j ,crOurmTil hii hen
a3n,- 2$',1:i- n li riin.iri ea
MLS#475690. $7?5,000; A'r


Call Wyatt Brown
'(941) 408-3217


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FREE STANUINui VILLA I hs
2BR/2BA furnished villa has
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p~dr ;he irrpl esi cv IjO,:,r pla.n
-uE. plin c, harmrin Fl:,r.i m nIm
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MLS#476235. $289,000.
Call Brad & Linda Jordan BRAD & INdA
(941) 497-5443 JORDAN


Only 3,800 sf left! Professional office
space, zoned O.P.I.; on site parking,
easy access & high vlslbillty...Located
just north of Circus Brldgeon Bus. 41.
Entrance to the proposed Airport
Business Park will be block south.
Close the deal before July 31,2005 & get
the first month freely Call TODAY!
Bred Jordan or Dan Heschmeyer
Exit Realty Gulf Coast
(941)485-5454


YOU & YOUR FAMILY will
ilo,- irths 2BR 2BA nome with
a iEn. modern micnen
a1re i .i.n rimi. ininq area.
Fl'drid rrri under AiC
Large pai':. wipriva<:y ilrice
plus a sp.acious yard wit
room lor a pool
MLS,47j'032 $219,900.
Call Biad & Linda Jordan Bsc. & t-uno
(941) 485-5443 JOWA.N






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CUSTOM 3 STORY ON THE ISLAND -
Beautiful 3BR, den, 3%BA with
over 3400 sq. ft.. Enhanced by
luxurious upgrades i
throughout. Granite
counters, solid cherry floors,
2 fireplaces, multiple decks&
balconies and muchimodr l!
$1,695,000. 1i
Call Dan or Susan DAN & SusAN
_Heschmeyer (941) 544-1222 HeSCHMEYER


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Fridav .Julv 1. 2005. Real Estate Classified


2030 MEDICAL 2030 MEDICAL 2030 MEDICAL 2030 MEDICAL 2030 MEDICAL 2035 MUSICAL


CNA /RESIDENT
ASST'S

Alterra Sterling House,
a 42 unit assisted living
facility, is currently hiring
on our night shift. Medica-
tion training a plus! Join
our team of compassion-
ate care givers and
become part of the Alterra
family. Apply in person at
250 Bal Harbor Blvd., P.G.


CNA'S
FT 3-11,
11-7 ,
skilled & compas-
sonate CNA's for
120 bed skilled
nursing facility.
Great benefits.

Apply in person
Englewood
Healthcare
I1 ii i 'rury Ln
Englewood, FL 34224
or call
941-474-9371


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Publishers of the Sun Herad Newspapers.
Call:
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or
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COASTAL
BEHAVIORAL
HEALTHCARE
Currently seeking quali-
fied candidates to join our
team today in a variety of
behavioral health oppor-
tunities in Sarasota, Ft.
Myers, and Port Char-
lotte.

Up to $2,000
Sign-on Bonus

RNs
NURSE MANAGER
PROGRAM LEADER
LMHC/LCSWTHERAPIST
THERAPIST
PEER COUNSELORS
CASE MANAGERS
PSYCHIATRIST

We offer competitive
salary & excellent benefits!

For consideration, please
submit your Resume to:
Coastal Behavioral
Healthcare, Inc.,
1565 State St., Sarasota,
FL. 34236. Phone (941)
927-8900, ext 3306, 3309;
Fax: (941) 926-7122;
or e-mail resume to
jobs@coastalbh.org.
EOE/DFWP
DENTAL ASSISTANT
expanded functions, exp. only-
part time, exc. pay. DENTAL
FRONT DESK insur. coordina-
tor/accounts receivable. Exp.
only. Fax resume to Kingsway
'riirajl I.) '41.2465 99S or
i al-ii 41 62J- .':.35
IDEnTAL FE:EPTi[NIISTT
Looking for a smiling face &
pleasant personality. Comput-
er skills and dental experience
a plus. Call Dr. Munholand
@624-4000.
'DIETARY AIDE, FT: for 180
bed SNF. Apply in person at
Charlotte Harbor Healthcare,
401:11:11 wings Highway, Char-
iorn. H.rtror. EOE Drug Free

DIETARY COOK, FT: for 180
bed SNF. Apply in person at
Charlotte Harbor Healthcare,
4000 Kings Highway, Char-
lotte Harbor. EOE Drug Free
Workplace
EXP. ORTHODONTIC chair-
side assistant wanted.
Catch the "Team. Spirit"
and join a modern progres-
sive practice. We offer a
state of the art facility with
excellent salary, health
insurance, 401K and
monthly incentive. Please
fax res. to: (941)627-6716


EXPANDING Pediatric office
seeks LPN/ Medical Assis-
tant. Must be a team player.
Competitive salary & benefits.
Please fax resume to: 941-
629-4701 Attn: Tina.
FAMILY PHYSICIAN Office,
looking for full time
Nurse/CMA. Exp. w/phleboto-
my & computer required. Exc.
benefits. Please send resume
to: 315 E. Olympia Ave,
#111, PG, FL 33950
Family Dental Care seek-
ing part time Hygienist in
Punta Gorda Please Fax
resume to: 941-575-6380.
FRONT OFF. MEDICAL SEC. in
PC, FT/PT, exp. preferred.
Personable, organiz./comput-
er skills, Fax: 941-883-3938
FT Position. Established
Surgical Practice needs
receptionist. Good comput-
er skills essential. Good
pay and benefits. M-F. Fax
resume to (941)639-6545.

0 EDUCATION
DIRECTOR FT
(RN/APN)
is neeedd at local nursing
home. Excellent pay & ben-
efits. All shifts. Excellent


LPNs F/T
SIGN ON BONUS
$1,000 for
2:00pm- 10:30pm
Monday thru Friday
Mark Manor ALF is seek-
ing qualified Nurses to
assist in the care of our
residents. To apply drop
by: VILLAGE ON THE ISLE
MARK MANOR
930 TAMIAMI TR VENICE
or Call 941-486-5472
EOE D/F/W/P
MEDICAL OFFICE BILLER
COLLECTIONS AGENT
Wanted for front office work at
growing, dual specialty office
in Venice. Exp. a must.
Fax resume to 941-485-2673
MEDICAL ; RECEPTIONIST
FT/PT. Port Charlotte. Comput-
er savvy required. Prior expe-
rience preferred. Fax resume:
(9411743-5800 OR 941-485-
6314
MSW- Per Diem, FL Licensed,
1 year of social work experi-
ence in health care. Fax all
resumes to (941)-766-1190


pay. Apply in person.
Linda McCann, DON
Heritage Health Care
1026 Albee Farm Rd. TEEP CREEK
Venice 941-484-0425

LPN, MA or CNA, needed F/T NURSES- all shifts
for primary care ofc in Venice. CNAs all shifts
Exc pay & benefits. Please
Call (941492-2212 ext 108 Under new
or Fax resume 941496-9307 management
Come join us and
LPN PT/FT become part of a
$500/Sign On Bonus F/T winning team
3pm-llpm Applyat i
Quality Healthcare Center, Apply in person & ask
6940 Pan American Dr, N. Port for Mary Ellen .
Deep Creek Rehab &
LPN/CMA If you are a Nursing Center
confident organized team 25325 Rampart Blvd.,
player, we are looking for Port Charlotte, FL
you. Fast paced Int. Med. 33983
practice seeking an experi-
enced LPN/CMA. Excellent OPHTHALMOLOGY Assis-
salary & benefit package. Fax tant. Full time COA or Scribe
resume to: (941) 629-6488 for busy -ophthalmologist.
Ophthalmology experiencee
LPN'S, $24 PER HOUR preferred. Excellent benefits
CNA $14/hr, PC & Sarasota provided. Fax resume to Zus-
COME WORK FOR NURSES man Eye Care Center 941-
(941)-492-4474 624-6066.
Orthotic Fitter,. FT/PT, State
*** License, competitive compen-
SI station. Fax resume .t. (239)
/ IT OUT! 939-1297 or e-mail to:
orthotist@aol.com:
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Improved Garage Sale Ads To P/T Front Office, Charlotte
Mark The Locations You Want Surgery Center, Flex hrs.
To Check Out For Great Bar- Computer skills a plus, willing
gains. to train. Call or Fax resume:
A-A- 941-625-3636 Merrie Gaik,
Fax: 941-764-7542


PHYSICAL THERAPISTS
Fitness Quest has immediate
openings. We offer competi-
tive salary & benefits. Venice
& Englewood. (941)915-7101
RECEPTIONIST, Full Time,
needed for busy vet. hospital.
VET. TECH, certified or expe-
rienced, needed at 5 doctor
practice.
Apply at
23041 Harborview Rd.
RESIDENT AIDE- all shifts
for assisted living facility. FT
& PT. Apply, in person:
Regents Club, 22332 Vick St.
PC, (941)-627-5388
Strong bookkeeping skills.
Medical billing. Immediate
opening. Attractive bene-
fits Please fax resume to
941-627-5377.

SUNSET LAKE
VILLAGE ASSISTED
LIVING

*LPN Resident Care
7-3:30 Fri & 7a-7p
Sat. & Sun
FULL TIME BENEFITS

*LPN Resident Care
llp-7a
Rotating Schedule
FULL TIME WITH BENEFITS

*COOK
40 hours per week,
rotating schedule
FULL TIME WITH BENEFITS

Dietary Aide
32 hours per week
rotating schedule
FULL TIME WITH BENEFITS

*CNA
7a-3p
Rotating Schedule
FULL TIME BENEFITS

Please call 941-497-1117
to arrange for an interview


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PT WAIT STAFF
DAY SHIFT
START IMMEDIATELY!
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ALTHEA'S RESTAURANT,,
220 W. Miami Ave.
941-484-5187


Aston Gardens at
Pelican Pointe
Our upscale retirement
community has the follow-
ing immed. oppts avail:
PT Dishwasher
PT/FT Servers
PT Busser
Prior exp preferred. Strong
comm. a must This is an
excellent opportunity to
work with the industry's
finest! Competitive wages,
great benefits for FT, flex
schedules! If you are a high-
energy person who has a
friendly per :'ri.lit., ^A"
want to tjI % ,:Ou' ApPI / I
person: 1I00 I.i A :, 'i .r
dens Drike vrni:,- ,r I ,
resume (941)240-1008


Bakery help ieed'-3 .e i 31: ai
SUNSET LAKE bakery. No c ,. -e:
VILLAGE ALF sary, will tramr, I-e.e ,I,
1121 Jacaranda Blvd., person: EL'' ,,ru,, ,:1
SVenice, FL 32492 Punta Gor.13,l I F:.r romui
DFWP/M/F/W/P EOE info. call ( 4 '.-, .:

2035 MUSICAL CLOSING SUPERVISOR, 25 -
S30 hrs per week. Apply at
Tropical Smoothie Cafe, food
Master Guitarist Claudio B court at Town Center Mall or
and Company start per- call 255-9977.
forming concerts in Flori-
da. A part-time back- COOKS & ASSISTANT MANAG-
ground vocalist and show ER TRAINEE. Apply in per-
commentator position is son: NaV-a-gator, just off
available please call Kings Hwy. (941) 627-3474.
941-423-9612
COUNTER/SANDWICH
person Apply in person only!
Seize the sales Presseller Delicatessen,
with Classified! 209 W. Olympia Ave.
Downtown Punta Gorda.


2040 RESTAURANT/
HOTEL

DAYS INN
HOUSEKEEPING
FT/PT MAINTENANCE
Apply in person:
1941 Tamiami Trail P.C.
Dietary Aide, F/T, days/eves/
weekends. North Port Pines.
Apply to Patty between the hrs.
of 9-5 (941)-426-9175. Only
serious applicants need apply.
Dietay Aide/Housekeeping FT
Must be flexible. Healthcare
exp. helpful, but will train.
Apply @
QUALITY HEALTH CARE
6940 Pan American Dr.
North Port
DINO'S Pizza looking for day
time and weekend drivers, no
phone calls, apply in person at
2592 tamiami trail.
DOMINO'S PIZZA
Arcadia and Englewood
Looking for Assistant Man-
agers! Management experience
considered helpful, but not
necessary. Get in on a ground
floor of a career opportunity
leading to a position of a Gen-
eral Manager or even Owner!
We offer:
*Starting pay based on expe-
rience, min. $10 per hour.
oGuaranteed overtime
*Health Insurance and Vaca-
tion benefits.
If you have the desire to suc-
ceed, positive attitude and
good people skills, we encour-
age you call 941-769-1769
to arrange an interview, or just
get more information.
EXPERIENCED LINE
COOKS & SEATERS Full
/Part Time. Apply: RED
LOBSTER, 1331 Tamiami
Trail. PC. 941-625-7745

FULL/PART TIME
HOUSEKEEPERS.
wanted
Good pay, 'ear rurund
positions. Call Dia.ne or
Apply adl
PALM ISLAND RESORT
7075 PLACIDA, #101
CAPE HAZE. 697-0911

ISLES YACHT CLUB
NEW FACILITY
1780 W. Marion Ave.
Punta Gorda, now hiring:
Servers
Line Cook
Host/Hostess
Apply in person Mon Fri,
9am 5pm.

ARE YOU ONLINE?,
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EXPOSURE!
Add your internet address
to your ad for a little extra!


2040 RESTAURANT/
HOTEL

SJOHNY'S
DINER & PUB
Now Hiring:
PM LINE COOKS
PM WAIT STAFF
Apply in person:
1951 Tamiami Tr., P.C.

KFC Management Opportuni-
ties. Excellent salary, bonus &
benefits package. Apply at
any KFC or fax resume 239-
997-2891.
NOW ACCEPTING APPLICA-
TIONS for Mamma Nunzia's .
Looking for Servers, Cooks &
Dishwashers. Apply in person
to fill out application: 1975
Tamiami Trail, Punta Gorda.
239410-7225 for directions
NOW HIRING GRILL
COOKS. Apply in person:
Bob Evans. 4080 Tamiami
Trail, Charlotte Harbor.
PIZZERIA NOW HIRING,
Cooks, Delivery Drivers, &
Dishwashers. Great. Pay!
Mel or Sal 941-764-8000
PORT CHARLOTTE Motel,
Experienced Housekeepers
needed, must apply in person,
3491 Tamiami Trail, PC
PT Recreation staff. Could
become FT. Must have basic
math skills. Friendly, outgoing
personality a must. Must be
able to work days, nights,
weekends & holidays. Call Sta-
cie at (941)-697-2709.

River City. Grill now taking
applications for; Busboy, Line
Cooks, Bar Manager, Bar Ten-
ders, Host/ Hostess &
Servers. Apply in person after
2pm, 131 W. Marion Ave.
Sam Seltzer's Steakhouse
Now Hiring for PM Dishwash-
ers, AM Utility and Grill cooks,
\pply M-Th 2-4PM Port Char-
lotte Towne Center Mall






Smuggler's
Captain's Table &
Harpoon Harry's
Now hiring
Prep, Dishwashers
Call Chef Rodney
637-1177 ext 116

STUFF A BELLY DINER
Now Hiring: Hostesses &
Servers, All Shifts & Excel-
lent pay. Apply 14525 Tamia-
mi Trail, North Port
(941)426-9885


2040 RESTAURANT/
HOTEL

To salary!VECCHI'NONNI
NOW HIRING Chefs, Wait-
staff, Dishwashers, Counter
help.
PIZZA MAKERS; $S12/HR
Only highly exp: need apply.
941-698-04 .

2050 SKILLEDTRADES

Positions AvaiabIek
IVamiValey Conirete
aflLocations
*TRUCK DRIVERS
(Class A&B COL)_
LOADER OPERATORS
FORKUii OPERATORS
MECHANICS ',
*LABORS:' ,' i
Excellent WagE-
Full Beqefi
eoeldrugfire syqqCkplace
Call 941is639-,.7,7

A GROWING AC
COMPANY is looking
for a teqh Ato wgrkIthe
evening shift'-hours 4-
11pm weekdays. Work
7 hours a day and get
paid for 8, no weekends
no on call. We"are offer-
ing top. ;payi.for this
evening shift.oTech.lwill
be dispatched .from
their home for the first
call of the evening and
aill have a set schedule
to run after that. Our
company offers a terrif-
ic benefit package' that
includes paid health
insurance, a dental
plan. life' Insurance, a
401k plar with a' 3
company match and a
company supplied vehi-
cle, we also offer paid
vacation time of up to 3
weeks after 5 years of
service and 26 hours of
personal sick time per
year...If you are looking
for job with flexible
hours this is.th,,jobJfor
you. Please calliPPatty'at
964-1142:or ,941-697-
4884 to schedule an
interview. '

A/C & DUCT Installers, Exp.
FT. FL DL req'd. Benefits
avail. Apply in, person Card-
well's AC, 19800 Veterans
Blvd.,Unit D-1, 941-629-2845
A/C Commercial Installer
needed for exploding Service
Det. DFWP. Valid FL DL
required. Top pay & benefits
with $500 Sign-On bonus for
qualified person. Contact the
Service Dept. @ (239) 425-
6516


Clyde Sanders
A/H 809-6933









SJanet Clarke
A/H 232-8003








Stee Coleman
A/H 809-3608









Daivid Thelen
A/H 586-3120








Mike King
A/H 223-7081









Gary luliano
A/H 223-3141









Kathy Wood
A/H 486-0400,


SPrudential Cascade Realty


101 N. Tamiami Trail Nokomis, FL 34275

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

www.PrudentialCascade.com


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SMAN RTEST 2/2 condo \ou' e eer THIS SPACIOLiS 22 unii Is located
secn' Drive your cart to Palm Aire on Siesta's beachfront in a highly
Counitr Club. Bright, open end unit. sought after building with errnfic
Hih ceillings, tile, new light berber rentals. Features htd pool, sun decks
caqFrp. h bite panel cabinets & 1 C/G. and tennis all on the gorgeous beach.
$251.500. #274374 $775,000. #278806


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United Kingdom


MILLION DOLLAR VIEWS from
thi. Lido Key direct Gulf front corer
unit, 2/2. New kitchen w/granite
counters & stainless steel appliances.,
Furnished by decorator. Enclosed
balcony. $899,000. #277676









2BR/2BA END UNIT, gorgeou lake
ueI, open floor plan, nood cabirie.l,
pantry, washer/dryer,' computer nook,
pool, gym, tennis, gated, close, to
downtown. Good opportunity for
investor-tenant in place. $218,000.
i#277532


Canada


Poccna


H RBOR TO1 ERS, B. 1-li1:+ .q O)\NER S~\S, '.. .e 11.i,II.1.1I in
ft. 2br.2ba.+ den & 2 patios! Docks,' builder upgrades" in this wonderful
tennis, big clubroom, pool, BBQ area, 3BR/2BA townhouse style
exercise rm. & saunas. 2 blks. to condominium! Wonderful pool/
Siesta beach access! 2-wk. min. clubhouse view. Gated community in
rentals! $595,000. the heart of Palmer Ranch. $339,900.


Nanc Josie
A/H 228-7670
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JIArAUJLruL C'UO1v1 o Deuroum/
3 bath home on 1.25 acre lot in
popular Country Creek. Gorgeous.
landscaping. A must see! $789,000.
#278051


2/1 With conforming guest house.
Extra buildable lot. (2) newer nearby.
Have 4 incomes if you build with a
suite in newer. Present tenant there
years. Build and expect $2800/month.
$249,000. #278156


ALm.


LONGFORD ji the Encls.e is reads
I .r old 'I*.ih lo'ids A:' upgr.dec -4 bed.
3 balh. 3 car garage, jame rmn all :'n
hbjuilul aiketlrcrn loi 3176 iq fi v./
tile and granite floor. $619,900.
#278253


HAVE YOU CONSIDERED A
CAREER IN REAL ESTATE, BUT
AREN'T SURE IF IT'S FOR YOU?
'take the job for a test drive in our
Real Estate simulator and find out.
Visit our website at
www.PrudentialCascade.com and
take our free on-line, confidential
assessment to determine if you have
the skills, abilities and personality
to succeed in Real Estate or contact
Kathy Wood at 486-0400 EOE


PRISTINE Sarasota Springs Beauty.
Nearly Everything Updated! New
Kitchen, Baths, newer A/C' &
windows. Brick Paver drive. Walk to
Brentwood Elem! 4 beds 2 bath.
$267,900. #278877


DYNAMITE LOCATION! 1535 sq
ft 4BR/3BA loaded with 18" tile, SPIC-N-SPAN bright 4 BR with den,
berber carpet, updated baths & more. 3 BA, 3 car garage pool home in Park
Wooded fenced back yard is great for Trace Estates. Home has double tray
pets and shed. Close to schools, ceilings with crown moldings! Large
hospital & YMCA. $325,000. yard, outdoor kitchen and much more!
#279039 $629,900.


TERRIFIC 2 bedroom home on
completely fenced double lot near DON'T HESITATE..........Bring your
hospital and downtown. New roof, checkbook! Gorgeous 2/2 w/den & FL
plumbing, ceramic tile floor and,. Room boasts new roof, fresh paint,
berber carpet. Rear tnood deck to''. dated tile & cpt., renovated kitchen,
enjoy backyard parties. $339,000. & more! Maint-free, & Comm. Pool.
#279920 ACT NOW! $274,900. #279151


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GREAT FOR RETIREE, first home
or investment property. Updated home
has newer wood cabinets & tile counter
tops. Bath has newer pedestal sinks &
jetted tub. Close to shopping & more.
$190,000.


TISIIa wEsr or Irai property is
situated on 100x100 ft. comer lot!
Perfect for expansion, re-do, or tear
down. Located in one of Sarasota's
fastest appreciating areas! $439,900.
#275088


Volam sa Maria Balaz, a Real
Estate v Sarasota County
predavam odroku 1974.
Pochadzam z Ceskoslovenska. Ak
Vam mozem byt napomona pri
kope alebo predaji RealEstate,
prosim zavolajte na mobilne
telefonne cislo 780-5723 alebo do
kancelarie 924-1156.


Cathy Smilovits
A/H 223-3171


Maria Bala


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Friday, July 1, 2005, Real Estate .* Classified


20506 *L4+EbbEfADES




EXPERIENCED ONLY
& IICGHLY MOTIVED
I TRAINEES
LOCAL WORK


+ tool allowance
IMMEDIATE HIRE
rull benefitpkg
Starting day.-I
Jint Y 4)488-4608
ewe dfwp-i
A/C ROUGH, IN
INS-ALLERS & MAINT
-ECIHNEEDED
Exp. required.
Cill (941)4203-030
A/C DUCT'filECHANICS
AND HELPERS NEEDED.
Mechanics must be exp.
Will train helpers. Job inc.
ch-nge outd, rough &
trims, piece work offered.
Exc aI.U FMdust have
vilid FL drl'rs lic.
Apple 4 Se~Ei 'C, 1592
Mar et CirAWrurdock.
No honeB cais please.



Insta t, g, "ajodjtioning,
Refrij & .e.leating Inc.
We'v, d(,4i.aeM honest,
depe dable, paajntenance
and i stjtippjse(vice with
pride) iegity,':and'crafts-

Currently we are inter-
vieting 't.creAt trade-
man te-iw~flans Icar 3
r. t i 'i l i i i ]l, i ln r'd -
.l .,r, ai ;ell4r,- vi- ,. lull
': hP t; .:h rn I ,:,:,m -
missid 6~ nd1-'irebirmeht.
Call 625 1290 or 628-
5212 aid ask fbr Marty

A/C SERVICE TECHS
Experi"p d,4Ful. Benefits.
Hourly EOE.
Call 48-836O,;r64-7102
for confident l;pterview.
A/C MAINTENANCE/
SERVICE TECH needed for
growing company. Salary
'.-ju ;:,;:.- m iTi i ".:.- Experi-
er-: d i, !1l'il ..i ~ 5-8900.
A/I: FnItE l 'E :E .IC: E
TEi : H r i E I:l Di : I I ,i;i ,
RECORD.
Call (941)-423-8867


2050 SKILLED TRADES 2050 SKILLED TRADES 2050 SKILLED TRADES 2050 SKILLED TRADES 2050 SKILLED TRADES 2050 SKILLED TRADES


A/C LEAD PERSON NEEDED
Immediately. Hands on individ-
ual to work with and train
helpers. Must know codes,
have own tools. Company
truck provided. Best pay in
county to the right person,
starting at $18/hour. Paid
vac. & holidays. Must have
valid FL DL. Call 941-629-
3715 for interview


AC SERVICE TECH
GROWING A/C Compa-
ny offers great pay with
excellent benefits. Ben-
efits include paid health
insurance, a dental
plan, life insurance,
401K plan with a 3%
company match, up to
3 weeks vacation and
personal time. If you
are interested in a long
term career with a
great company call
Patty at 964-1142 to
schedule an interview
or email us at
grandeaire@comcastnet

ACE DOOR now hiring FT
Shop Help. Knowledge of
doors and wood helpful but
not necessary. Benefits avail-
able after 90 days. Apply at
1232 Market Circle, Pt. Char.

ELECTRICIANS
IMMEDIATE HIRE
TOP PAY
941-721-9216

ALUMINUM COMPANY
Englewood based seeks
Mature reliable Gutter &
Soffit Installers. Will Train.
Full Benefits. $350-
$1200/wk 941-270-6285
ALUMINUM INSTALLERS,
cage, soffit & gutter, expe-
rienice a.plus. Excellent com-
pany & company trucks. Year
round new construction. Bene-
fits & bonuses. 941-475-5007
or 270-2255
ALUMINUM INSTALLERS
MOBILE HOME SET-UP &
SCREEN ROOMS.
TOP PAY FOR QUALITY WORK.
CALL 941-485-6225
ALUMINUM INSTALLERS
Punta Gorda based Contractor
seeking experienced Laborers
for year round steady work.
Great opportunity for advance-
ment. $ based on experi-
enced. Call Ron @ 941-815-
0404


Aluminum Installers. Tons .of
work. Excellent Pay, call Sean
at 863/990-3670


APPLIANCE TECH
GROWING COMPANY is
looking for an experi-
enced appliance tech to
join our team. Work 40+
hours per week. Our
company offers top pay,
a terrific benefit pack-
age that includes paid
health insurance, a den-
tal plan, life insurance,
a 401k plan with a 3%
company match and a
company supplied vehi-
cle. In addition we offer
up to 3 weeks vacation
after 5 years and 26
hours of personal/sick
time per year. If you are
looking for a lasting
career with a great
company call Patty at
964-1142 or 941-697-
4884 to schedule an
interview.

ATTENTION INSTALLERS:
Fast paced growing company
looking for a full time Punch-
Out person. Apply in person:
Showcase Floors, 1264 Mar-
ket Circle, Unit #2, Murdock,
FL
AUTQ TECHNICIAN Arcadia
area, some experience need-
ed. Sign on bonus available.
954-275-9394 EOE. -
AUTO TECH for busy family
owned shop. Great pay and
work environment, diag. skills
a must. Call (941)-629-6644
between 8am-5pm or 941-
661-6163 after 5pm.
AUTO TECH, tire & lube, light
mechanic tech needed. Great
hours, good pay. EOE, (941)-
764-9815
AUTO TECHS
Immediate openings. for 2
experienced Techs. Great pay,
working conditions and bene-
fits. Apply at North Port Tire,
59 N. Tamiami Trail, P.C. or
call 941-743-2777.
AUTO/ TRUCK MECHANIC
Charlotte RV Service search-
ing for an exp. mechanic & anh
RV Technician. We offer a
great compensation package
that inc. company paid health
& vacation. Call 941-883-
5555 or apply at 23180 Harp-
er Avenue, PortCharlotte.


AUTOCAD SURVEY TECH
Immed. F/T w/Benefits,
PLATS, ALTA AND ENG.
Design Surveys. Reliable.
FAX RESUME: 941-497-6186
For confidential interview.
AUTOMOTIVE TECHNICIAN
Busy shop in Venice,
Ford Experience a plus.
Good pay, Benefits,
Apply: Venice Lincoln Mercury
2372 S. Tamiami Trail
Venice, Or call Bob Foust
941-497-1986

Better Roads, Inc.
is seeking
Experienced:

*Asphalt Distributor
Driver. Requires CDL,
Hazmat & tanker endorse-
ments
*Driver for Asphalt
crew. Must have CDL.
Hazmat & Tanker
endorsements
*Laborers
Apply in person at:
23423 Janice Ave.,
Pt. Charlotte or call
(941) 629-5551
EOE, Drugfree Workplace

BLOCK MASONS &
BLOCK TENDERS
EXPERIENCED GOOD PAY &
STEADY WORK
MUST BE HARD WORKER &
HAVE DRIVERS LICENSE.
M-F, 8am-2 941-429-6506
941-815-8610, after 2pm r


BLOK MAS S & MAON CARPET LAYER HELPER
BLOCK MASONS & MASON
T S M- needed for work in Charlotte
TENDERS. Must be experi- Cty Will train. DFWP. 941-
enced. Transportation a must. *254348, leave message.
Local work. (941)-204-5105
BBCAT OPER R Mt CARPET/ VINYL INSTALLER
BOBCAT OPERA R, Must Experience required. Must
have CDL license or be able to have own transpration &
get one. Apply at: Grant
g -e oe A : tools. Apply in person Carpet


Pools, 1800 El Jobean Rd.,
P.C.' (941)-743-7566
BRIDGE SAW OPERATOR,
EXPERIENCED, FOR BUSY
GRANITE SHOP. MUST HAVE
KNOWLEDGE WITH GRANITE
TOPS PLEASE SEND APPLI-
CATION TO BOX #1034,
167 W. DEARBORN ST.,
ENGLEWOOD, FL 34223

CABINET INSTALLERS
needed. Apply at
A-1 Cabinets,
4186 Kings Hwy. P.C
Cabinet Shop EXPANDING
seeking Shop Delivery &
Installation Help.
Apply within Busy Bee Cabi-
nets, 2221 Murphy Ct.
North Port DFWP


Stop, 590 Tamiami Trail, Port
Charlotte, FL
CARPENTERS- Lead & Experi-
enced ONLY. Work from North
Port to Punta Gorda. Hand
tools & transportation
required. Call 941-628-4746.
Carpenters, Carpenter's
helpers, Painters & Tapers.
Wages comensurate with
skill. Call (941) 833-4411
leave message
CARPENTER EXPERI-
ENCED or carpenter helper
with transportation. Call (941)-
627-2123 ext. 105
CARPENTER WITH knowledge
Sof trim.& framing. Must have
owr trans and willing to work.
Call (941)423-5522


CABINET Our Shop Fore-
man is moving. Job duties
include: Field Measuring,
Drawing Shop Plans,
Ordering Material, Shop &
Field Operations. Good
Job Good Future. Salary
negotiable. Paid holidays &
vacation. Please fax
resume to; 941-625-5180
or stop by The Remodeling
Showroom, 3762-A T. T.,
Pt. Char. 941-625-5620.
Showroom Hrs: 10am-5pm
Mon.-Fri.
HELP WANTED ALL
PHASES OF CABINETRY -
WILLING TO TRAIN. TOP
PAY. PAID VACATION,
HEALTH INS. PAID 75%,
401K W/25% MATCH,
Apply within: 8AM-3PM,
Red Jay Kitchens, 6522
San Casa Dr., Englewood
CABINET SHOP HIRING
BUILDER & INSTALLER
EXPERIENCE NECESSARY
(941)475-7651
CABINET SHOP seeking expe-
rienced builders, all other
phases. Benefits avail. DFWP.
Call (941)-764-1615
Carpenters/Framers wanted
for North Port area. Steady
work. Top pay. Benefits &
overtime. (941)-916-5208
CARPENTER wanted for Pro-
duction Interior Trim. Must
have own tools and trans-
portation. Call 941-380-2693


AFFE JTE; :. .. C.,AFFENTER
HFLI :EF W.AlTEl iC
Valid drivers lic, tools &
trans. required. 475-7641
CARPENTERS & HELPERS
new construction, local
work, top pay. Call Gary,
941-815-1912;
CPFEL JTE E. peri;en:,j
in .:u" I.,., trim r re.,T,,.d -lirg.
Quality workmanship. Top
pay. Paid vacations & holi-
days. Call (941)650-0383.

CARPENTERS
BOCA ,;AlrJOFE ,CLUB now
looking for experienced
CARPENTERS. Great ben-
efits, Excellent working
environment. Please Call
Dan @ 941-697-8663


CARPENTERS Frame. Boca
Grande. Bridge tolls paid. COASTAL
Days 941-270-2483, PLUMBING
eves/weekends Now hiring Plumbers &
941-698-0630 helpers for work through-
out Charlotte County.
CARPENTERS Excellent pay & bene. 941-
IMMEDIATE HIRE, 40 627-3279
HOURS + 0/T, PAID VAC
NO PORT AREA (941)- CONCRETE FINISHER, must
769-0520or941-6975000 have own transportation. Call
Frantz Masonry (941)-639-
CARPENTERS 3657
Must be capable of CONCRETE FINISHER: Top
high end trim & remod- Pay Guaranteed 40 hours.
eling. Experience only, Start Immed. Apply in person
transportation & tools 17500 Seymour Ave. Port
required Venice & Charlotte. (941-624-6853
Sarasqta area.
-941-234-3581 CONCRETE FINISHERS need-
ed for house slabs. Good pay
CARPENTERS & hours. All work in North
MUST HAVE-FF .,lMl] EXP. Port. Immediate openings.
TOp paF,- Call (941) 426-2992
4 4.6i' 2614o Construction Helpers
CARPENTERS WANTED, & Will train. Must have FL drivers
skilled laborers, experienced license. Full time work. Over-
for rough framing; & trim. Call time available Drug free work-
(94 i 3`iui6l,3 place. Background checks
.done. Competitive wages and
,:API-ElTEPS Waried ir benefits to include health
buy ,-:in.ir .:liE .o.mrip r insurance, dental, retirement
irin :0.iun r1 immi ,A i .-n. plan and vacation. Apply in
in, i -,r,.ti mell- "a P person 17436 Seymour
L.:pi:riee pre.erel :.:. Ave., Murdock, FL.
C jl P ar, 941-4 26 3362 Contractor needs helper with
.... painting, drywall & trim skills.
A-LF F Er ia wanted ir fram- Pay based on exp. 941- 639-
ing.& remodeling on Boca 5154.


Grande. lools & transporta-
tion. ".-4 i -I 5.50' u; mess

"APPEITEPS P'OOFERS,
--,Fg IEliEi, Mu4.t have
enr-rjl Erlowld-Jg of all
-rade .& be killing 10 travel.
Call for phone interview (863)-
244-3274


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CONSTRUCTION D-rjyr-,.Sod D'elivery, Bobcat
MANAGER POSITION Exp,, ClassBi:w/AIR Lic, Bulk
Landscape Supply, River Rd &
CONSTRUCTION National Rt41 (941)-423-7170
Homebuilder in search of a DRER'DRY MX CONCRETE
quality oriented construction APPROX 4 A AR
manager. Responsibilities D APPR / A
include scheduling and super- D/r/W/P
vising the construction of resi- 800-656-8018
dential dwellings. Excellent DRIVERS :Aede'd. Class A or
benefits and opportunity for B.,Excellent py.9Medical &
advancement. Competitive ,1I-, ,,i,,i,.,,rli
salary commensurate -.ith l. ii-1 .-
experience. EOE. Fax resume
to Director of Construction L"ii irl Trl: Or r, Heavy
941-377-6682 'Equip-i'~ri Operators &
'Laborers. -DFWP. 941-505-


CARPENTERS WANTED
for custom home builder'
on Don Pedro, Palm
Island. Health insurance,
paid vacations & holidays.
Call (941)-626-7018
CDL DRIVERS & HELPERS ,
Labor intensive. Immediate
benefits, Medical, Dental &
Vision plans. Life insurance,
Retirement, 401k, Paid Vaca-
tions, paid holidays, Apply at:
Seacoast Supply
3045 S. McCall Rd.
Englewood, 941-474-8185
D/F/W/P
CERAMIC TILE PUNCH OUT
PERSON NEEDED. Experi-
ence helpful or will train the
right person. Apply at:.Show-
case Floors, 1264 Market Cir-
cle, Unit #2, Murdock, FL


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ELECTRICIANS needed
ASAP. LEADMEN. JOUR-
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ELECTRICANS WANTED.
EXPERIENCED
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Driver Local Drivers Electrician Journeyman &
Competitive pay, home daily, :Helpers.. Full .time, w/ bene-
health insurance. CDL- A :;fits medical,; dental, retire-
w/HazMat & HS mT,- i Paid holidays & vaca-
Diploma or GED required. i.,r -'41-627-6887
Apply in person .i --:
2252 Rockfill Rd. ELE:. IFTFi: I F'EFFIFI'l EI
Ft. Myers, FL i I-IELFEF: .,:-.j-.d. .: 12 yr
Averitt Express EOE .: od ITiii, .:1 .i d ji:.uiness,
Sr'j i t e nl -,e :_ i ri.:lii health
DRAFTSMEN- PT/FT for Alum. -,, l,: vaca
fab shop. Cad exp., construct i,,,n .b,,:iu- H, i &/or
knowledge, flex hrs, dr lic, i ,,a i .. I- 1i :1 ,,r inter-
DFWP (941)-475-7699 ,, (-4 ? ..

DRIVER Class A and or B CDL ELECTRICIANS Experi-
heavy equipment experience a enced Residential, helpers
plus. Immediate full time posi- & Trimmers. Experienced
tion open. Earn high salary! only need.apply. Drivers
Call (941)-639-4000 or apply lice6se',R :- s. required.
at: Prompt Towing 11139~t~alji '4 4280 OR
Tamiami Trail, Punta Gorda 'FAX RESUME iO: (941)
255-1305


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and a lar:r -:ri.:p ri ine lgarage
A i -ir. i $334.900.
NANCY LEE MARSHALL
(941) 726-1655
p eal -Estate Discovery
& (77) 238-911
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BEAUTIFUL HOME Imp-.:i l, '
decorale-1 arid C:ar-,d .:.r 3-2'2 illh
rami, r.:.,:- i g ro-:m 3 and I.:.rrial
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PATTIE KOSIK
(941) 504-6455
Re/Max Executives
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OVERSIZED WATERFRONT LOT NORTH PORT POOL HOME
LOCalcd In pre-sigiiou. Duc Key deed B ieaublul Iquality Dull home 3'-'2 wilh
re-.rir:le d r.:':mmunrr i -u,' a cce.s l, s iolar resale, po:'l. lanced balkyard .
lrJe Mi.l. yI H.er 3ria Crijrlonne Irinl pc..rcr giving & i family rooms. large
Har ar Readv ic.r your ,ream .,ai-ln Kicnerr ih separate dining
walerrninl nrmrre 275.000. room. l,..cren RO S lul clwo, vYar
Souring' $315,000.
PATTIE KOSIK O PATTIE KOSIK
(941)504-6455 (941)'504-6455 ,
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(941)423-9670 (i4 q '
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Wesrtw-OOcd morlel .ery lamrnil Ir.nerdly 'i
Beaurilul po.:. wilh :.'e-rz ed, e-l k area
under root 3 .,22 wuir lam-ly ro.om anr
grear room huge inside laundry I.-.i oi -
stolage & greal l:.callor $325,000.

PATTIE KOSIK
(941) 504-6455
Re/Max Executives
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(941) 488-6262
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S. (941) 223-7620
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(9411 468-8439
Re/Max Properties
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Corner 101 with a I1he -.iew Two zone -
air conditioner circular l3rive 6 muC i
nore' sie $389.000.
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tI (941)475-2298
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CRANE OPERATOR
EXPERIENCED ONLY. PAY
BASED ON EXP.
CALL 941-234-3096
DRIVERS needed for Tr., j,
Concrete. Must have i.:I.
License. Experience in cri.nir
concrete trucks a iu:r
Please call (941)-575-8 21'
DEPENDABLE CARPENTERS
HELPER. Must have active dri-
vers lic. & own transportation.
Call after 7pm 941-488-1886

Dick Parnell Painting is now hir-
ing experienced painters and
highly motivated, painter's
helpers. Must have own trans-
portation. If you're an experi-
enced painter get paid for vour
experience.' Paid Holidays, i.,-
Leave, Vacation Pay. Ci:.rm
gr.:. with us, call Michel- i:,
itl-up an interview and :ijrr
earning all you're worth. ~-I
627-6340. DFWP

DOZER OPERATOR Experi
enced. Apply Forsberg Can.
struction '6475 Golf Cour',-
Blvd., P. G. EOE, DFWP


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Friday, July -, 2005, Real Estate Classified


2050 SKILLED TRADES 2050 SKILLED TRADES

Electricians & Helpers Furniture
Wanted Pd holidays, Pd vac., Refinisher/Restorer need-
bonuses, health insurance. ed. Must have professional
Longterm employ 698-9799 experience only. Call, (941)-
ELECTRICIANS, JOURNEY- 629-8122
MAN/HELPERS Valid Drivers GLASS GLAZIER & HELPER,
License. Call 941-627-3035 Will train right person. Exc.
bet.8:00-3:30pm. DFWP pay, Benefits. Apply at: 358
ELECTRICIANS W. Dearborn, 475-1101
MECHANICS & Glazier/Shower
HELPERS Installer & Installer for
Tired of the rest'than come
work for the best. Immedi- Residential Windows.
ate openings. Benefits. Willing To Train.
941-613-2232 d/f/w/p Call 941-475-1281.
Beachem Brothers Lemon Bay Glass &
Mirror 2840 Ave. Of The
ELECTRICIANS Americas. Englewood
& HELPERS w/Com-
& HElLPERRS w/Comr GRANITE FABRICATORS,
mercial or R-l OR T-O ;GRANITE FABRICATORS,
Resid ial experience EXPERIENCED. PLEASE CALL
F/e siential experience PEPE AT 941-662-7350 FULL
F/T permanent position TIME POSITION AVAILABLE
w/full benefit package. E POSITION AVAILABLE
Top pay, valid driver's Growing Home Builder in
license required. DFWP North Port/PC area seeks 1st
(941)-474-3104 Line Supers & Const. Mgrs.
Benes incl. Health, 401K +
PT TO FT EMBROIDERER Bonuses. Fax Res. to (941)-
NEEDED IMMEDIATELY. 697-4002, Attn. R.J.
EXPERIENCE PREF. HAPPY EOE, DFWP
EMBROIDERY MACHINE. PAY
DETERMINED BY EXPIERNCE.: Handy people $10. per hr.,
CALL JOE AT (941) 474-8673 Must have tools, trans,,can do
OR (941) -400-6741 anything. 941-2684956
Experienced Equipment HANDYMAN CONNECTION
Operator needed. Honest,& seeking multi skilled crafts-
dependable. Excellent pay. men. $18 $25/ hour. Join
Medical & dental ins. avail. one of the nations top home
immediately (941)474-8720 repair companies.
EQUIPMENT OPERATOR Expe- *Great work atmosphere
*Endless work
rienced for land clearing co. *Endless work
rienced for land clearing co. iMust be professional, neat &
Class A or B lic., clean record, ce
good pay/benefits 941423-2934 clean
*References needed
Expanding building supply (941)-358-7520 or
company now accepting appli- (941)-206-2220
cations for CDL Class A or B,
Drivers. Benefits, profit shar- HEAVY EQUIP OPERATORS
ing & plenty of room for Dozer, Roller, Excavator, Box
advancement. Please 'call Blade. Exp. Only. Jobs in:
800-869-8024. DFWP North Port, Ft. Myers, Sebring
352-236-1400; DFWP-EOE
EXPERIENCED Roll off
Truck Driver. HEAVY EQUIPMENT
Class A or B CDL, MECHANIC w/ own tools.
Excellent pay & benefits.- Call Bill @ Forsberg
Call 941-650-3611- Construction.(941)-637-8500.
EOE/DFWP
EXPERIENCED GEOTECH-
NICAL DRILLERS & ICON HOMES IS
HELPERS needed FT tei- "GROWING"
efits. Valid DL. DFWP 19411-
637-8488 Construction
EXPERIENCED GRANITE Superintendent
COUNTER TOP INSTALLER Must have knowledge &
FOR CHARLOTTE, SARASOTA experience in all phases
AREA PLEASE CALL PEPE@ of construction. Organized
1-941-662-7350 OR TERESA and good customer
@ 941-270-1082. relations skills.
PLASTERS & LABORERS' ~Eax. -(941) 235-1636
needed for extremely busy Off. (941) 235-1612
Stucco Company. Exp. &
Transportation a must. Guar- IN T M T
anteed 40 hours. Call 941- INSTRUMENT
625-6337 or 941-286-5409 PERSON
Fence Installers, Carpentry, Is needed for survey crew. 1-2
& General Labor years experience preferred in
743-5900 or 639-2266 boundary and topo surveys,
FIELD TECH- Experienced, also construction stake-out
light carpentry & painting. experience needed. Apply in
Must have valid FL drivers person at Johnson Engineer-
Must have valid FL drivers ing Murdoc C,.rcle
license. Fireservice, a h Ficor, SueC14 PC or
4h FIcour Suite 40il4 PC or
2885 Commerce Parkway, visit web site www.iohnso-
North Port DFWP
off Toledo Blade by 1-75 nengineering.com and down-
off Toledo Blade by 1-75. l apiton.DW
M-F 9AM-4PM 941-4234556 load application. DFWP.
FRAMERS, experienced, want- INSULATION Installers
ed. New construction of large Exp. pref. but will train.
town home community, reli- Paid insur., vacation &
able transportation & tools a holidays 255-0673
must. Pay based on exp. 941-
692 9995. 81 3-'. 7-312. IRRIGATION INSTALLERS
FRAMITIG CrEW (IEEDED F'OR E.peirene preferred but will
SINGLE FAMILI RESIDENCE. traj rigrht person. Clean Dri-
Ro) Green Hrmes. I.-r Living ver; License needed. Benefits
Inc. (941)628-5963 available. (941)-629-3232


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


LABORERS NEEDED FOR PARTS COUNTER PER- PUNCHOUT & CONSTRUC-
ASPHALT COMPANY. Please SON, wanted, expert for TION CUSTOMER SERVICE
call (941)-625-5888 marina. Full time. 401k for. new development. Truck &
LAND SURVEYORS WANTED avail. Call Billy. hand tools a plus. Apply in per-
FOR BBLS SURVEYORS & 941-629-9666 son: 25365 Rampart Blvd.
RS INC NTA Deep Creek, (941)-766-8315
MAPPERS, INC. PUNTA PIPE FOREMAN U
GORDA.& NAPLES. IMMEDI- LBORERS & EQ MN QUALIfYMATERIALS LLCIN
ATE OPENINGS FOR FIELD LABORERS& EQUIPMENT PLACIDA NEEDS
ATE OPENINGS FOR FIELD OPERATORS. AHE A NEEMA
SURVEYORS & AUTOCAD 47 A HEAVY EQUIPMENT MAIN-
DRAFTPERSONS. EXCELLENT Call (94)-6972047 TENANCE PERSON.
PAY & BENEFITS. Plasterer's &'Latherer's EXPERIENCE A PLUS.
BSOUTH@BBLSINC.NET/ NEEDED IMMEDIATELY. WILL TRAIN. HOURS ARE M-F
941.575.8004. Call 941-627-0472 or cell 7AM-PM. CALLSON
941-626-6915. NY AT (941)698-2974 M-F
LANDSCAPE MAINTE- BETWEEN 7AM-5PM.
NANCE/INSTALL, F/T plus PLASTERS, LATHERS &
O/T, good pay & benefits. Laborers wanted.
Call 941-235-2217. Top pay. Local Work. READY MIX
Must have transportation. DISPATCH MANAGER
LAWN TECH needed, 474-7419 or 321-3121 AIPPLIC AIC MS AIA G
experience preferred. PLUMBER or PLUMBERS ACCEPTED FOI k .'EAE'\
but wil train capable HELPER needed. Full TITme MI E'I.t-TCHMI-AAC--
individual. Salary + Must have experienc-e ir, n EX\ELit-CE iI- 4[5F
commission, medical, knowledge of swimming p.:o,,.l Cf COMNICAMLLATA
paid vacation. Unlimit- plumbing. Apply jat .rj nl [I's1ATC IlG 5S\.STENX
ed income potential. Pools, 1800 EIJobear F t'ArAN-f AGLEN-*E-'
94.1-627-5833 Port Charlotte. (941)-4 3 FULL BENEFIT
All Service Pest Control 7566. PACKAGE AVAILABLE.
EOE.


Light Duty Service/Mainte-
nance person for heavy
inninm nt nveded immreiate-


ly. Charlotte County Airport
area, (941-575-9700
MARBLE AND TILE
INSTALLERS, EXPERIENCED,
FOR FOR BUSY FLOORING
STORE. PLEASE CALL
941-270-1082 TERESA

MARBLE HELPER. Must be
dependable, responsible and
have own vehicle with valid dri-
vers license. Good pay. Will
train. Call 941-625-4342
MARINA Looking for YARD
FOREMAN in Nokomis, Must
have valid DL, Pay & benefits
open. Call 941-488-2222
MARINE CONSTRUCITON,
working foreman, carpenters,
and laborers needed for tim-
ber boardwalk, bridges &
bulk heads. Sdine travel.
S(941)628-0938
MECHANIC needed for busy
shop in Murdock area, Mon. -
Fri. NO Saturdays. Immediate
Opening! (941)-650-3129
Mechanic with tools, $800 -
$1500/wk. Call (941)-639-
5681
MECHANIC/WELDER, own
tools, top pay. Apply at
Daughtrey Const. 6816 SW
CR 769. Mon- Fri, 8am-4pm
METAL BUILDING
WORKERS NEEDED.
Venice area. Full time.
D/F/W/P
(813)-792-5578, Iv msg
New Pay Scale for Owner-
Operators and Company
Drivers. Get home weekly.
2 years OTR, CDL-A w/HM.
NO North East.
Call Southern Freight.
877-893-9645
PAINTERS & SPRAY PER-
SONS. New const. Need
transportation & phone. N.P.
area. 941-423-5756 Lv. Msg.
PAINTERS
Exp. needed for High quality
homes in Boca Grande &
Englewood areas.
References required.
Call (941)697-0338
PAINTERS Must have own
transportation & tools.
Sprayers Preferred. Pt. Char
area. Call 941-575-8866


STUCCO FOREMAN, Exper- WANTED
enced in all phases. Shop in Automotive Technicans
field operations. Long term ASE & GM Experience
employment. Negotiable Preferred
salary. Benefits. Please call Top Pay for Top
941-743-7266 Technicians!
SURVEY PARTY We have more work than
technicians and we can't
CHIEF keep up! Benefits include
Experience needed in con- competitive wages, med-
struction stake-out, boundary ical, dental, 401k, and a
and topo surveys. Pay is fun work atmosphere!
based on experience. Apply in If you are a hard working,
person at Johnson Engineer- self motivated Technician,
ing, 18501 Murdock Circle who wants more hours and
4th Floor, Suite 404 PC or a better income,
visit web site www.iohnso- then give me a call!
nengineering.com and down- Duane Roberts
load application. DFWP. Service Director
863-494-3838
SURVEY PERSONNEL 800479-3838
Immed. Openings, Venice &
Pt. Char. RODMAN &
INSTRUMENT OPER., Exp. or 2070 SALES
Will Train FT, BENEFITS,
TOP PAY- STRAYER SURVEYING A CAREER IN REAL
Call 497-1290 or 6244900 ESAE? Go
ESTATE? Go to
SWIMMING POOL Excava- www.prudenhalvillage.com
tor, Experienced, CDL, DFWP and take a test to see if it's he
Apply in person at: Casa Pool, career for you Just click on
1212 Enterprise Drive, P.C. "Career in Real Estate"
SWIMMING POOL-Excava-
tor, Experienced, CDL, DFWP
Apply in person at: Casa Pool,
1212 Enterprise Drive, P.C. A GREAT personality
PROFESSIONAL attire
TILE INSTALLER experience PROFESSIONAL attire
required. Must have own CAREER position F/T only
required. Must have own OPPORTUNITIYfor 2 NOW
transportation & tools. Apply Music Saes 239-878-3552
in person Carpet Stop, '590
Tamiami Trail, Port Charlotte
Advertising Sales Earn
Tie Beam help wanted, form- 50% commission. Outside
ing new crew, need driver's' sales experience only. This
license & transportation. Call is your chance to make a
941-769-6468. substantial income every
STOW TRUCK DRIVER week. Fax resume to
NEEDED (941)365-9301.
FULL TIME EXP.
HARBOR TOWING. BOAT SALES
CDL LICENSE REQ.
GREAT PLAN! EARN OVER $100K PER
GREAT BENEFITS YEAR previous sales expe-
CALL EDWARD rience very helpful.
(941) 625-2828 FOR AN For confidential interview
IMMEDIATE INTERVIEW cal 941468-7869
DFWP / EOE
CAREER CHANGE
TRACK HOE OPERATOR. Mortgage Corp. seeks self-
Apply Forsberg Construction starters. Will train. $1200-
6475 Golf Course Blvd., 5K/mo. 1-800-632-0434
Punta Gorda. EOE, DFWP
Charter Real Estate is
TREE CLIMBERS WANTED, accepting Resumes for
experienced. Good pay. Must licensed Agents in the
be familiar w/dangerous tree Venice, North Port &
removal & palm tree trimming Englewood offices. Confi-
in Florida. Start immediately. dential interviews can be
(941)-423-0020 held at the Pt. Charlotte
TRIM CARPENTERS, EXTERI- Town Center Job Fair, July
OR, experienced, wanted. 12th. or call Sandy King
New construction of large at (941)468-3352.
town home community, reli- COUNTER HELP needed PT,
able transportation & tools a 24 hrs. wk. in Venice. Busi-
must. Pay based on exp.941- ness, sales oriented & outgo-
ness, sales oriented & outgo-
698-9995, 813-787-8182. ing personality required.
Some computer skills a plus
VEHICLE CLINIC, INC but ill train. Potential for FT
dba Charlotte RV position. (941)457-9831
Service,
Diesel Repair Specialist CRAMER TOYOTA


PLUMBERS Drug Free Workplace.
& HELPERS Call 941-915-2048
Experienced in all stages
of new construction. ROD TECHNICIAN
TOP PAY! BENEFITS! Is needed for survey crew.
941-475-0781 This is an entry level position -
we will train you. Room for
-Plumbers & '-,icepr EPEPI advancement. Apply in person
ENCED. 'hAu l hve jviid Fin' at Johnson Engineering,
da drivers Iicenie Goopdpay, 1,,8501 Murdock Circle 4th
benefits, health insurance,. Floor, Suite 404, PC or visit
(941)-625-1263 .. web site www.johnsonengi-
PLUMBERS (all'phases). &7 neering.com and download
SERVER PLUMBERS Beie- application. DFWP.
fits including .insurance. &.
more. DFWP. Call. Charlotte.. ROOFERS WANTED
Plumbing (941 I. -. 9S I Experienced Florida roofers
,must have own hand tools,
PLUMBERS ' lean Florida drivers license
Exceptional Pay, and transportation to work.
(941)-429-8200 CALL (941)-255-3330
(941)-429-8200.
PLUMBERS AND HELPERS RV TECHNICIAN
NEEDED TO WORfi C:HA` 5 Charlotte RV Service-search-
SARASOTA COUNTY, EXP.' .i ng for an exp. mechanic & an
NECESSARY, 423-1400 RV Technician. We offer a
..e great compensation package
Plumbers/Helpers & t." that inc. company paid health
Service Techs -'.;*& vacation. Call 941-883-
Immediate opening,. I,:, 24hr. :555 or apply at 23180 Harp-
requirements. Babes Plumbing er Avenue, Port Charlotte.
Inc, 140 E. Miami' Av. Venice.'
(941)488-6074 D/F/W/P, EOE Seeking laborers for excavat-
ing/tree trimming/debris
Spotter/labore cleanup. Start immediately.
for info call Bobcat experience a plus.
(863)-494-0123 (941-626-8856 ask for Billy
POOL MECHANIC & POOL Hay.
TECH FT/PT, experience or
TECH FT/PT, experience or State of Florida Department
will train. Apply in person to: Stateof Florida Departation
1rT070 S. Mc jliP- 1. ngl of Transportation
1070 S. Me Cjii Pid. Lri.g- PPRTNITY
wood or call (- 114 ] j 1"9 JOB OPPORTUNITY
wood or call ( 4 UTOMOTIVE EQUIPMENT
Pool Tech Needed for MECHANIC
Leak Detection & Repair, Position Number 10387
Pool Knowledge Required Work Hours: 7am-5:30pm
941-743-5938 Monday-Thursday
POSITION AVAILABLE Bi-Weekly Salary Range:
FOR THE FOLLOWING: : $801.93-$1171.19
Finish Grade Operato This position will perform
(863)-993-080 skilled work in the repair, over-
(863)-993-088 hauling disassembling and
PUMP TRUCK driver for septic replacement of gasoline or
company. Good dri.'ir, die;J i engine: tr jri i:mr,: :3 ,
record,.lull Ilme w-or. Ileltle and tir'aves SHiled Ir ih.jar
hours, good pay wtierlii ing. jri baljarnng IwreS. ;l All
for thIr righ person. Septic sizes. Skilled in
pump out exp. required. For repairing/replacing pistons,
more information call (941)- rods, gears, valves and bear-
639-5055 leave detailed mes- ings. Required to have CDL
sage and contact number. Class A License or Permit. No
PUNCH-OUT Person, FT, Tools Required.
required for busy home Apply on-line via the People
builder. Must be highly First (1-877-562-7287) by
experienced in all phases completing a State of Florida
of construction. Valid dri- on lin iob application at
vers license, own tools & -. & ,.1 tlr ,,la,,T, by 5pm
vehicle w,,benefits. DFWP EL .lr dale :r call 863-
Call Jackie (941)475- '49931 J1 ~: lo.p 7/14/05
5678


Has openings for two
::'pre-owned salespersons..
Hi-volume, high commissions
ml l 'tff E arineiad


23810 Harper Ave .m s,,. "pere.ncu
Pt. Charlotte, FL 33980 only. Call Mike or Larry
941-883-5555 Phone 941-484-9000
-941-883-5556 Fax
www.CharlotteRVService.com *

WAGNER TRACTOR service IT OUT!
needs LOADER OPERATOR
w/class A lic w/exp in land Use the Handy C In Our New
clearing & hauling trash, also Improved Garage Sale Ads To
needed RELIEF DUMP TRUCK Mark The Locations You Want
DRIVER class A or B lic. Clean To Check Out For Great Bar-
driving record for both posi- gains.
tions. (941)-473-1377 .k,


EARNING POTENTIAL
$45-$80K

Venice Lincoln Mercury
Serving Venice since 1986
WMy Corrnssersup to 3.'.
Every orher weekend oft
No experience neces
sary, but will train
Apply in person:

Venice Lincoln Mercury
2372 S. Tamiami Trail
Venice, EOE

Experienced Licensed
Realtors Wanted. Work
from home! No Quotas! No
Desk Fees! Port Charlotte
and Englewood Offices.
Call Mary Waldeck
SunState Realty, LLC
941-457-6809
Experienced new home
Salesperson P/T. Excellent
opportunity with prominent
local builder. Send resume to:
Starline Development, 18260-
C Paulson Dr., Pt. Charlotte,
FL 33954, Attn: Mark
FLOOR COVERING SALES,
P/T, 32 hrs./wk. $300. Excel-
lent opportunity. Sales experi-
ence required. (9'41)-625-
6930
FURNITURE SALES
If you're confident, ener-
getic & creative, we will
assist you in achieving
your goals. We offer out-
standing commission
plans, paid vac, group
health ins, and the best
employee discount in area.
Apply at
STEPHEN'S FURNITURE
4427 S. Tamiami Tr.
Venice (941)-493-0087

LICENSED SALES
ASSOCIATES
For Real Estate Brokerage
Firm In North Port.
Accelerated commission
pkg for experienced
Associates. We ALSO
welcome new agents to
apply. Apply within to
our temporary location
at 12457 Tamiami Tr.
South Unit 2 or phone
941-429-7777 or fax
resume to 941-429-7755
Carl Burr Realty
LOCAL ROOFING CO.
in Punta Gorda needs
qualified Salesperson.
(941)-575-7803
Real Estate Agent wanted,.
salaried position. Call Paul
941- 234-3553.

: 0. ij I


RESIDENTIAL

Looking for Real Estate
Professionals for our
Deep Creek, Port Char-
lotte and Burnt Store
offices. All the training'&
support you may need&

Contact Jeff Leonard at
941-624-3255 or cell
941-380-1465 anytime.


NEW YEAR...
...NEW CAREER

The Best Opportunity
In Florida

Average Income for 2004
for successful agents Was
$78,000.

Our agents enjoy company
trips, Bonuses and many
other incentives.

Qualifications:
+ Self Motivated
+ Team Player
+ Outgoing Personality
+ Willingness to learn

2 Positions Available
...IMMEDIATELY...
Monday through Friday

No...Late Evenings
Weekends or Holidays.

No...Experience
Necessary.
TRAINING AVAILABLE

Take Control ,.I I~:ur Future
Call -r.- y"'
Michael McCrary
941-743-2622

SALES MANAGER for
new Realty Co., ground
floor opportunity. Suc-
cessful, proven track
record. Lot & new home
inventory. For confiden-
tial interview call
(941)429-7777 or fax
resume 941-429-7755




LOOK
SALES PEOPLE NEEDED
Established flooring company
seeking an experienced, driv-
en salespeople to add to our
sales team. (941-743-3159
SALESPERSON FOR BUSY
GRANITE STORE, WILLING TO
TRAIN OR EXPERIENCED FOR
GRANITE COUNTERTOPS
PLEASE APPLY TO
BOX#1035
167 W. DEARBORN ST.,
ENGLEWOOD, FL 34223


Top Training & Support
No Fees, Free Leads
Great Office/Great Splits
New Licensees Encouraged
Realty Concepts 743-8255

Victor Dist. is looking for
inside salesperson. HVAC
background a plus. EOE
DFWP. Call Jeff 941-426-9791

A bargain hunter's delight!
Check the Classifieds first!
A whole marketplace of
shopping is right at your fin-
gertips! Call The Sun'
today.


Charlotte:


206-1200


Englewood: 475-2200


Desoto:


494-7600


Venice ahd North Port:

207-1200


MOUNTAIN TOP HOME WITH 1 IMAGINE AWAKENING TO THIS
FULL TETON VIEWS 2003 350: STUNNING VIEW Full Telon view.
sq Ht. mountain hr.m.e iTeionia, IDI r.ome orn 1i, 45 acres includes 5 slall
raidrari IIOjr heiring Inro:ughrul Even ;i:roirij hrrse D arr W Warii ra':K and
ir n me ga-rag'e' Fe lure very larger h a,,, Ionluilly i, rluialec Ci'oss lenced
Kui:hen, vjaulled ellpnri. o:.od Ih,".ri, -.cpaddo:,, rjoun r per Ju31 mrinues
cla, iOlcl Jl anrd much more JuSl Irom nainrsail par.s .& national lo.res
nmnules Irom Jackson Hole $895,000 ...... .. ..... ...$895,000

Fdr Sale By-qwner, For Salie B ,wner. '--.
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SPage 11


Amos Custom Coach
Divisions of Vehicle Clin-
ic, Inc







Friday, July 1, 2005, Real Estate Classified


,-7:;Z-0; SALES 2100 GENERAL


WV T A CAREER IN
'REAL ESTATE?

Coldwell Banker
University :can help you
stay on top! National
recognition;li strong man-
agement., training & ethics
will help'you succeed.
Brad GO ddels, Mgr.
Port Charlotte, West
1-800-780-1245
IMlpsla Vanderbllt,
: Mgr.
Port Charlotte. East
1-800-626-1249
111Bill Dleokman, Mgr.
North Port
.., 1-800-846-4910
Margaret Schaad, Mgr.
Englewood
S1-800-741-7827




2090 ,CHILD/ADULT
: CARE NEEDED

SARF ICvER I o-iiR e-in care
for 6 elderly rejderil
Salaiy/betrefits. Will train. Call
Tara a. 941)-445-0797
CHRISTIAN DAYCARE
has immediate openings for
certifie-d teachers.
(941)-474-7687
Full Time Live In Position in
.:,vely all I-mnle group home
r Arcadia E.Ferience work-
rig wilh mrentlly challenged
ridind,'Juai 3 :ius; Also part
timT,, ,upported .employment
position:available in Wauchula
area. Conljct Darn;l at 861-
9 i90-7?4 .:.,r Fiot.iii at 863-
990- 7472
,F T TEACHER lur 32 ,r olj.r
(7AM I FMl Mui Lie derpner
atile rel.abie & 'lov children.
:iea.e call 014 l1-255-5442
PART TIME hi:r..,C re -,vwer
-.: NeededFor First
PR-t,tenjrin Crhujh i Hurlerv,
QuaifSti.jAoni ar Lo.:i :i-,lrenr
and the Lord Minimum 18yrs 9-
Ii houri per' wed
Calir,v c:inTenrujraTe ri e- izier
-,I, err:e
Mail or fa re.;ume rtO-
FP.O.b oI.. 12.
Arcadia, Fl. 34265
Attn: Judie Neeley
Fax # 863494-3164
Deadline is; August 1, 2005


Aston Gardens at
Pelican Pointe
Our upscale retirement
community has the follow-
ing immed. oppts avail:
PT Driver
Must have CDL.
Prior exp preferred.. Strong
comm. a must! This is an
excellent opportunity to
work with the industry's
finest Competitive wages,
great benefits for FT, flex
schedules! If you are a high-
energy person who has a
friendly personality, we
want to talk w/you! Apply in
person: 1000 Aston .Gar-
dens Drive, Venice or fax
resume (941)240-1008

Attn: Computer Help Wanted
Earn $25-75/hour, PT/FT
Training Provided, Ind. Inc.
Opp. 888-680-6155
www.revenueworldwide.com
Attn: Work from home. Earn
an extra $450-$1,500/mo.
around your schedule. Visit:
www.hone-basedbusiness.com
AUTO LOT
ATTENDANT
Palm Automall in
Punta Gorda is very busy
And needs 2 take charge
people to manage the
display areas of the new
vehicle sales lot.
Full Time, Medical & Dental
Great Pay! Great Benefits!
Contact Steve Connetti
(941) 639-1155 DFWP/EOE
Auto Touch-Up Techs. Van,
salary + commission. Must
have clean driving record. 1-
866-227-1265
AUTOMOTIVE DETAILER
Good pay, Benefits,
Apply: Venice Lincoln Mercury
2372 S. Tamiami Trail
Venice, Or call Bob Foust
941-497-1986
BI LINGUAL with drivers
license willing to work for
company with promising
future.Call Ben 941-505-1281
HOUSEKEEPING PT WEEK-
ENDS INCLUDED BOCA
ROYALE GOLF & COUNTRY
CLUB (941)-475-6464
CABINET/COUNTER-TOP
SHOP help needed. Will train.
Compt. wages, benefits, .paid
holidays. Call 941-764-5960


2100 GENERAL

Customer Relations
Representative

Palm Automall in Punta Gorda
is in need of a Customer
Relations Representative. This
person needs to be able to
Multi-task, Focus on
customer satisfaction,
Display superb phone skills.
This full time position requires
a take charge
person. Income directly
coincides with flexibility to
commit to extended retail
hours. Great pay plan plus
medical, dental benefits and
401k. Please send or drop
off applications or resume at
Palm Chevrolet, 1901
Tamiami Trail, Punta Gorda
33950 or fax 941-575-6718.
Tonya Blair or Bill Deubel or
email
palmcars@palmautomall.com
EOE/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 or 123
Jackson Rd.,. Venice. 4500
Linwood Rd, Placida, 1-941-
626-9700 Mon Fri. 8 4pm.
DANCERS TOP LESS
WANTED
$300 a shift. New Club
941-457-7077
DELIVERY DRIVERS
WANTED
Class D licence required.
Medical, Dental, 401K,
paid vacations & holidays.
Top Pay for qualified indi-
viduals. Apply in person:
Sheckler Produce
3037 S McCall Rd
Englewood, next to Walmart
DELIVERY HELPER needed for
merchandising & unloading
plants. Starting $8.00/hour
Full Time. Call 941-623-3942
or 786-256-1652
DELIVERY/ WAREHOUSE:
PC wholesaler seeks a moti-
vated person w/ positive atti-
tude. Clean Class D license
F/T benefits.941-629-4234
DRUG FREE WORKPLACE
DETAIL person, light duty, part
time, Apply at Gulf Carts of
Port Charlotte, 4655 Tamiami


Part bime lull tiner Teachers CAPTAINS COMMERCIAL Tr., Charlotte Habor.
A Aide, needed awii CDA MARINE TOWING. Must be DOCKHAND-
required. Ernrgei:c, reliable USCG Liensed, local knowl- DOCKMASTER
team players who enjoy edge a plus. 941-628-0255 alm Island Marina in
working with children a island Marina in
must.! Benefit package. Call CARPET LAYER HELPER Englewood is taking
(941-575-8777 for appoint- needed for work in Charlotte applications for a responsi-
ment. Cty. Will train. DFWP. 941- ble, self motivated, ener-
625-4348, leave message.- getic person who works
CAREGIVERS NEEDED' well with the public. Physi-
CAREGERS NEEDED! cal labor involved. Some
u Retirees Welcome All hours compute r sinol necessary
computer skills necessary
Savail. Venice (941)-488-2248 Ph Harbormaster for
.... ... 'Pt. Charlotte (94-1)1629-1161 Ph Harbormaster for
appo intm e nt.
Pajrt rme After school/ Pre CARPET CLEANER-F/T 941-468-7033
school. CDA positions pre- Great pay & benefits. Must
ferred. After School starting be dependable -hard worker, DRIVER
soon. Position requires indi- will train. Apply Gulf Coast
vidfals who are.responsible, Carpet, 162 Progress Cir. Full-time or part-time position
caring &: self starters. Own Venice 941-488-9810 requiring a current Class C or
transportation a must. Exc. CDL with a passenger
benefits & wages. Apply at CARPET CLEANERS, $400- endorsement at, Sarasota's
CCYMCA, 19333 Quesada $800 WKLY.' Pd. training. 20 Best Retirement Community.
Ave. PC. inmed. Openings. (941) Candidate must be personable
412-9206 or (941) 766-8709 and able to.assist elderly pas-
preschool Teacher FT/PT sengers on and off vehicles.
available Benefits. CARPET HELPER, Flexible schedule but requires
St Marks Preschool Full time. Will train, some evening and weekend
(941)484-8707 815-7932. hours. Retirees welcome to apply:
TEACHER, full time for 3 yr old BAY VILLAGE
class room needed. CDA a CASHIER, PARTTIME. Call or 8400 Vamo Rd. 941-966-5611
plus Salary comparable with apply: Babes Ace Hardware, 24 hr. jobline 941-966-8139
e\perleni:e. Call 629-1620. 14355 Tamiami Trail North Drugfree Workplace
SPort. (941-426-4575DRIVER
.'21100'GENERAL Leading HVAC wholesaler
seeks positive individual to
join our winning team. Excel-
$300 IREON BONUS' CHARLOTTE 2005 lent 401k, insurance & bonus
'.J- JOB.FAIR program. Start Immediately,
NO NIGHTS, NO WEEKENDS TUESDAY JULY 12th. Call Jeff 941-426-9791
NO HOLIDAYS! atthe -- North Port Location DFWP
:Paychecl~, every weel Iromi PORT CHARLOTTE. Drivers, Class A&B. Want to
Sou.e neari, ,o. .TOWN CENTRl Drivers, Class A&B. Want to
C.r1 hje Mldnlng o. TOIY CENT.RA I6.P be home at night, Want excel-
SCar needed -Mleage pad 10IAM.-6PM lent benefits, Want a solid
2555656 OR 426-4665 company & great atmosphere.
255-5656 OR 426-4665 _10 inEp880N Bethel Far Rd
MERRY MAIDS N WS APER Apply in person. Bethel Farms,
8780 NW Bethel Farms Rd.
A WEEKLY'PAYCHECK? .-.CARRIER.' Arcadia Hwy 70 to Lily Ave.
Professlon i Cleaning Co. .-FOR AWARD WINNING. Go 4 miles DFWP
1-800-82 3-54 2 .WEEKLY'NEWSPPER.. 1-800-226-3057
1-8083-5412 DUNKIN'S DONUTS/
AC SIEPVIE TECH ONLY 3 NIGHTS A BASKIN' ROBBINS
APPRENTICE ri E l.P. WEEK. EARN A Immediate openings for ener-
REQUIRED. WILL TRAIN. MINIMUM .n0 getic customer service indi-
Call (941lt-74-?1N47 viduals as counter help at
$150 A WEEK!: existing Englewood store-&
LUMIU COMPANY Must have valid new openings in Pt. Charlotte
Englewo6d based seeks F.F drivers license, & Puhta Gorda. Apply in per-
Mature reliable Gutter & .& Auto lnsurapce'. son at: 2517 S. Trail, Punta
Soffit Installers. Will Train. S VENICE ROUTES Gorda, Mon-Sat btw 1-4, or
Full Bnefits. S350- AVAILABLEI call & ask for Rebecca
$1200/w.k 941-270-6285 '(941)-474-7900 EOE
ALUMINUM, INSTALLER & ,IM DIA E Epiphany Cathedral School
DELIVERY PERSON NEED- has bus driver openings. 1 FT
ED- l ervat ie. lle IDghtP (1s- OPENING or 2 PT Drivers CDL w/passen
nation. CleaniDL DFWP (941)- Hger endorsement, fingerprint-
624-2778'el;'.:' 01 .. .Apply within ing & background checks
ASSEMBLERS Venice required. (941-488-2215
2nd Shift/Temp to .'Gondolier SUi EXPERIENCE HEAVY
SHire. 941355-2444 200'E. Venic Av. ', EOUIPMENT OPERATOR
OHire. 91n Island Of Vedl POSITION AVAILABLE
-". oQR-CALL. : Joshua Water Control District
ASSITTANrT (iREW LEAEIE 94'41-207-1300, is accepting applications for a
Rapid advancement, bonus- full time, experienced heavy
e'T',"'Lneru, ijaingrn .Work- Coe work at Outward equipment operator. Excellent
irg supervisor lor outdoor o Ch nging benefits. Applications are
wor, crew Cleaning or paint- available at the District office
Su Call Tom at delinquent & emotionally dis-located at 120b8 N. High
,Ig e.j 3 plu.. Call Tom at tured youth. Make a differenceocated at 12008 Hgh
1954] 234.294 in a troubled life. Call (863)- ay 70, Arcadia,
S 993-4610 FloridaPhone 863-494-5737
ASSISTANT MANAGER Only responsible applicants
TRAINEE & LUBE TECH need to apply.
.eeede. i ear experience ARE YOU ONLINE? JOSHUA WATER CONTROL
p reerred butI wll train. Apply INCREASE YOUR DISTRICT IS A DRUG FREE
in pecsnn to Quick Oil EXPOSURE! WORK PLACE
Charge II.2 Tamaimi Trail, Add your internet address
Jriit E, Port Charlotte (941)-. to your ad for a little extra! FLORAL DESIGNER P/T.
74i3269 Will'train the right person.
SL'2699., (941)-492-6630

SNow accepting
Applications for FORKLIFT
OPERATORS & Fuel
dock/Retail/dock hand
& yard maintenance
Apply@Gasparilla
Sarna, 15001 Gasparilla
pupl.'r, er ',:l tr, sun MerI,] e. :.-c e -


2100 GENERAL 2100 GENERAL 2100 GENERAL

FRIENDLY MART CITGO IS Janitor 3:30 to 12 Midnight, OPENING SOON
LOOKING FOR A FULL OR Food Court Attendant 1PM to Kawasaki, Suzuki,
PART TIME CASHIER. 9:30, Maintenance 7 am to Yamaha
ONLY HONEST, RELIABLE 3:30 Apply Town Center Mall Motor Cycle, ATV,
PEOPLE NEED APPLY. EOE otor yce, V,
SHIFTS TO VARY. Watercraft dealership in
PLEASE APPLY AT 212 N Janitorial/Maintenance Ser- Punta Gorda,
INDIANA AVE ENGLEWOOD. vice for two shopping centers Now accepting applications
in Venice. Must have basic for the following:
FT Lawn Care help needed. maintenance skills, good Accounting
Premier Lawn Care. working attitude and like to Mechanics
(941)228-8609 .work as a team. F/T. Call 239- Service Writer
FT LAWN TECHS 513-0257 to fill out an appli- Detailer/ Lot person
EXPERIENCED PREFERRED. cation. Sales Person
BOCA GRANDE AREA. TOLLS Finance Manager.
PAID. 941-964-0888 LANDSCAPERS NEEDED Please fax resume to
Full time w/ excellent 941- 639-0572 or call
FT MAINTENANCE POSITION benefits. Experience help- 239-877-7564 ask for C.T.
for grounds & equip. Farm & ful but not necessary. Call
tractor exp., some night & 941-697-8663
weekend work. Some heavy Ask for Annette PARTS PERSON-
lifting. Venice(941) 809-6365 Immediate opening for
LAWN MAINT. Exp. only. experienced Parts
LAWN MAINT. Exp. only. Counter Person. Marine
GENERAL Start immed. Trans req, exp helpful. Wil train
ASSIGNMENT Venice/Sarasota area. the right individual. Exc.
Donnie 941-809-1739 or
REPORTER (813)-854-5296 work cond and comp
The Venice Gondolier plan. Benefits avail.
Sun, Florida's Best LAWN MAINTENANCE per- including healthcare.
Weekly Newspaper, :on.r experienced. Must have Signing bonus &/or

seeks twohard-working, transportation to and from relocation assistance
team players one to worK. 627-2641 a v a i l a b I e
cover the city govern- LAWN SERVICE Apply in person to
ment and general HIRING F/LAWN TECH Marine Dynamics
assignments, the sec- START ASAP YEAR ROUND 3440 Placida Rd.
ond to cover School SALARY WITH $BONUSE$ Englewood or call
issues and general (941)-473-3030 941-698-1444
assignments. The job
requires news-writing LAWNGARE/IANDSCAPING Pest Control Tech. Position
and news gathering Sign-On-Bonus. Fl lic, E> pay available. Join the County's
experience, the ability ,bene's, FT/PT, yr round wk, best-qualified Pest control Co.
to make topics interest- Erig A to Z 474-2554 Apply in person 153 Progress
ing and understandable Circle, Venice. Call 941-488-
and a knowledge of AP LOOKING FOR 2766 for directions.
stylebook. An under- ADDITIONAL .
standing of Quark is INCOME??? /. PEST CONTROL
helpful.\
helpful. TECHNICIAN needed
The Gondolier Sun has Applications for ECHNICI ed
been named Florida's CONTRACTED immediately. Must have
top newspaper in its NEWSPAPER CARRIERS good driving record.
class six of the last .. Top pay & good benefits
seven years. Those Now being considered including 401K, Call
interested in joining this for the growing: (941) 629-3033. Drug
winning team should DEEP CREEK AREA! Free Workplace & Equal
send a resume and ICurrent areas available 'pprurEmployer.
work samples to: are Harbor Heights,
Venice Gondolier Sun Rampart, Nuremberg PEST CONTROL Technicians.
200 E. Venice Ave. areas. Sandhill Blvd..to Immediate positions avail-
Venice, FL 34285. Deep Creek Blvd.) able. Salary, commission, ben-
Attn: Bob or e-mail Some of the benefits efits; Drug free workplace.
triud'i-e vwrl.erondaiii ,or of working for yourself Apply in person 17506
include: Brighton Ave. Pt Charlotte off
Early morning hpurs Collinigs~.o,.
GENERAL DUTIES that don't interfere w/day-
Person needed at the time activities. PHOTO
BOCA GRANDE CLUB. If you or $150 to $300. Approx.
like a pleasant atmopshere income per week. STRINGER
& working outdoors & Monthly good service
assisting other depts. to bonus + new customer The Venice Gondolier Sun,
reach their daily goals. You rewards. Florida's Best weekly newspa-
should be here. If you would No Collections! per, seeks a photographer to
like more information please cover'occasional assignments
call Phil 941-964-2211" Our contractor routes are about South County. The job
great for anyone looking requires experience in news,
GENERAL LABOR for part-time income from sports and feature photogra-
$$$ CASH TODAY $$$ a 2nd job, retiree's, col- phy as well as editing in Adobe
Drivers Paid Extra lege students, and Mom's :Photoshop. you must have
Call for Pick Up Route wanting to stay home with your own digital equipment
LABOR FINDERS the kids during the day! and be available evenings and
627-4041 weekends. Those interested in
Temp. to Perm. Avail. Check Out Our joining this winning team
No Fees 0 EOE 0 DFWP Opportunity and Come should send resume and work
Grow With Us! samples to: the Venice Gondo-
Gll curse & ndsca'pee mr Sun. 200 E. venice Ave..
inflnre Full or parT rime,. fle
ilen urllr Frere e Apply to: verl:..e, FL 3-285. Attn: Bob
ible nr Fr g. a CHRIS MATTESON Mudge or e-mail
Royale G& CC. 2l370 Harborview Rd. b tmudlgerIn,,:egondolier.co
Call941474-374 Port Charlotte, FL m
GREAT ATTITUDE& WILL- 941-206-1320
INGNESS TO WORK! POOL CLEANER. 5 day week.
INGNESS TO WORK! Paid vacations & holidays,
REPIPE HELPER WILL Must be over 18 years of Paid vacations & holidays,
TEACH NECESSARY age,'have insured vehicle, insurance. MUST have an
SKILLS. 941-429-8200 social security # & valid excellent driving record.
rv Howard's Pool Service, 80
GREETER driverslicense. Harvard St., Englewood
Immediate opening for POOL
responsible individuals to LOOKING FOR CONSTRUCTION/SERVICE
greet our Customers. ADDITIONAL ALL POSITIONS.
Great place to work with INCOME??? Great ayWillin to train.
flexible hours. Retiree's DL a must.
welcome. Please call Applications for Call (94 91a m6-5703
Debbie at 484-9000 for a CONTRACTED
personal interview. EOE NEWSPAPER CARRIERS RAYMOND BUILDING SUPPLY
NOW HIRING FOR OUR MILL
GROUNDS Now being considered WORK DMSION. LOOKING FOR
for the growing: LOADERS/UNLOADERS, CLASS
KEEPER PUNTA GORDA AREA! B CDL DRIVER ALSO. BENEFITS,
FT, Light manitenance, (Current areas available TOP PAY, SAFETY AND INCEN
..general'repair duties. are BAL HARBOR 'TIVE PROGRAMS IN PLACE.
Apply in person & JONES LOOP.) APPLY IN PERSON @ 2233 MUR
Marine Dynamics Some of the benefits PHY COURT NORTH PORT. CALL
3340 Placida Rd of working for yourself 429-1212 FOR DIRECTIONS.
941-698-1444 include:
s Early morning hours Reliable PORT-A-JOHN driver
Growing silk screen & sign that don't interfere w/day- needed w/CDL Class B
shop needs F/T counter/ offi time activities, license. Good pay.
ce help. Order entry, phones, $150 to $300..Approx. Call (941)-207-4378
etc. Graphics/'layout knowl- income per week. ROOF COMPONENT MFG
edge a plus. (941)-764-7911 ow Monthly good service Now hiring
HANDYMAN/GENERAL. bonus + new customer *Overtime
MAINTENANCE needed, rewards. tPaid holiday & vacation
Full time. Experienced. No Collections! eBenefits
Call for interview (941) *Quick Advancement
882-4015 or piknrun.com Our contractor routes are. Apiy ,i 5300 Linwood Rd.
HELP WANTED 'ON FISH FA great for anyone looking F;lliondac. 1941 -l6(800O
IIELP WANTED ON FISH FARMA for. part-time income from
outside labor, housing & a 2nd job, retiree's, col- ROUTE SALES
salary 863-494-4149 lege students, and Mom's immediate openings with
between 6pm & 7pm ONLY!! wanting to stay home with premier bread company.
HIGLY MOTIVATED self the kids during the day! Must have good driving
starter. Deliver & mer- ; record, willing to work nec-
chandise books & maga- Check Out Our essary hours to service cus-
zines. Physical loading & Opportunity and Come tiomer Salary plus commis-
unloading of truck with Grow With Us! sion. Excellent company ben-
totes weighing 45-601bs. efits including: Health Plans,
I Fast paced. Start time '- Apply to: Company paid retirement
3:30am-4:3Oam with REJINE BARJON plan, and 401K Savings Plan
* completion time derived 21370 Harborview Rd. with Company Match. Con
When last store is ser- Port Charlotte, FL tact Dave Daughtry, 239
viced. Great benefits. M- 941-206-1323 462-3554 We are an Equal
F $600/weekly to start. Opportunity;'Employer and a
Drugfree workplace. Must be over 18 years of Drug Free Work Place.
EOE. A class D license age, have insured vehicle, M/F/V/D
required. social security # & valid
Call 1-800-515-6555 drivers license.
Call 1-800-515-6555 SECURtITY OFFICERS
SHiring Class A CDL Drivers, LOOKING FOR. helpers for wanted for the
Top Pay. Full Benefits, New .busy pool cage company. BOCA GRANDE CLUB front
Trucks,(863)-494-3066 Ext Hard working & aggressive. gate. Various shifts. PT/FT.
a 26 or 27 Willing to train. Must have own Flexibility a must. Uniform


HOOD TECH transportation.. Call today! supplied. D license required.
}-'
for Grease Monkey, the p- (941)-637-1128 callIPhil 941-964-2211
for Grease Monkey, the pre-
Sventative maintenance pros. MAINTENANCE .person,
; Must be able to work in a fast Custodial: Full time carpen-
paced environment. (941) try, painting, custodial, misc.
.766-1873, l200.Tairr.miim-, tasks. Own transportation. Hir-
Trail., Port Charlotte. ing bonus after 90 days. Call
HOUSEKEEPING- PORT CHAR- 575-6764'
LOTTE TOWN CENTER MALL: MOVER & PACKER, EXPE-
Foodcourt & Janitorial RIENCED Class D license
Call Barb: 941-624-4833 required. Drug free work-


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EXP. but will train. Venice skills a must, computer skills
area. Call 941-234-6697 req. Call.Experience pre-1885
Paid insur., vacation re.. ... .. hard
holidays 255-0673 workers. (941)-766-1617.

LAWN MAINTENANCE OFFICE HELP NEEDED Full
RELIABLE. TOP PAY FOR Time,. (7:30-4:30). Phone A division of Sun Coast N
,EXP. but will train. Venice skills a must computer skills
area. Call 941-234-6697 req. Call. (941)-766-1885


2100 GENERAL 2100 GENERAL


VILLAGE ON
THE ISLE


COMMUNITY
SUN V P1 IOHM
This Premier Retirement
Community is looking for
Seeking a page a few good individuals.
layout designer New hiring rates
for the copy desk. ORRN-POOL
LPN OR RN-POOL
Knowledge of Quark a must. Day & Eves. Shifts Avail

P/T DISHWASHERS
This is a full time t lH E R
evening position with
weekends required

E-mail.resume to To Apply Please Visit
Marie Rupert at: VILLAGE ON THE ISLE
mrupert@sun-herald.com. 920 Tamiami Trail
or call 941-206-1135 Venice, FL
EOE Drug Free Workplace
Drug free workplace
WAREHOUSE/DOOR ASSEM-
SHOP PERSON, F/T BLY ASST. Heavy lifting. Must
Plumbing parts knowledge have clean driving record. FT
helpful but not req. Master with benefits. Apply in person:
SPlumbers, 941-429-8200 Stephens Window & Door,
SMALL APPLIANCE SALES, 25550 Technology Blvd. P.G.
Full or part time. $400-$800 Wanted exp tree trimmer
wkly potential income. Call for must have good driving
appt. (941)-4964000 record full time call 941-815-
No sales experience nec. 7834 good pay
SMALL COMPANY NEEDS Warehouse Person
enthusiastic sales person full
or part time. Mon-Sat. Must be Forklift & Order Pulling
Sable to type 50-60 wpm. Will- 629-2825 LTS TILE
ing to work hard. Good work
ethics. Apply in person to WAREHOUSE PERSON need-

Port Charlotte, FL 33954. time. Clean DLs needed.
STORE CLERK WANTED (941)-25-9981
Dearborn Corner Market WRECKER DRIVER NEEDED
Full & Part time positions Must live in Englewood &
avail. 941-474-9159 have clean FL drivers lic.
SUPERVISOR POSITION piI, r, p-r :i:.' terrn Ar
OPENING Must have excel- 1590 S. McCall Rd.
lent customer service skills,
managementskills, basic, 2110 PARTTIME/
math, creativity, time man- TEMPORARY
agement skills, Fax resume to
941 69'0696 ,.r err, ; to CAREGIVER VENICE
IIip.'pi 1 ~~ i. P permanent Part time. I
SPol C- ing creative individual to a :,:T
Swimming Pool Con- in Adult day services C,,r-r
struction: Long term, Exp. working w/crafts and .e-
career minded, quality
conscious individuals cial needs seniors a plus. M,-,-
conscious individuals F 9-30AM-3:30PM. .:,:.,T
Fri. 9:30AM-3:3OPM...1i 1
only need to apply. Expe- Benefits. Smoke free er. v,r,:r,
rienced or will train the t. Premploymentr
right person. Hiring for test. Apply: Senior Friend r1-..
" all phases.
LAYOUT/DIG/STEEL Center, 2350 Scenic or
PLUMBING, Venice, 34293 EOE
BRICK & TILE Churchorganist/pianistforrj F:nor
*PREP church. Sunday service as we',Ia
Clean FL Drivers License accompaniment for choir pr.a:.
Required & DFWP. Apply twice. Call 9-12, MF, 426-1734-
in person @ Nautilus'
Pools, Inc. 18380 Paul- GOLF COURSE MAINTE-
Sson Drive, Port Charlotte NANCE at Sabal Trace 20-25
or call 941-624-5744.' hrs. Clubhouse landscaping.
Call Don (941) 426-1414
STECHNICIANS- ,Lifeguard JUNIOR RECRUITER needed
Security Systems has opening to assist executive recruiters
loir m,:irve, individual for- at a growing firm. No exp.
position of alarm technician, required. Telephone skills a
Complete training, co.vehicle, plus. art Time evening
uniforms, & tools provided. hours, Hourly wage. 941 -
Paid holidays/vacation. Corn- 4884440 or fax 488-4450
petitive wages, call 941-637-
7778 LAWN SERVICE
Telemarketing Experienced P/T (20-25. hrs) Competitive
Telemarketing Experienced or
only Management potential wage. Call 941-6974248 or
Hourly plus, commission, plus 941-697-4758
bonuses. Medical insurance.
Call David 941-625-1000. LOOKING FOR
ADDITIONAL
TELEPHONE cable installers INCOME???
needed. Full size truck
required. Will train.. Drug Free Applications for
Workplace. Call 941- 575- CONTRACTED
9444. NEWSPAPER CARRIERS

THE COURTYARD Now being considered
Assisted Living Residence, for the growing:
S now accepting applica- DEEP CREEK AREA!
tions for (Current areas available
the following positions: are Harbor Heights,
.Resident Care Director Rampart, Nuremberg
- Full Time & Maintenance areas. Sandhill Blvd. to
Person Part Time Deep Creek Blvd.)
Experience required. Some of the benefits
Please apply within: of working for yourself
26455 Rampart Blvd. include:
Deep Creek Early morning hours
that.don't interfere w/day-
No phone calls please. time activities.
EOE r$150 to $300, Approx.
income per week.
TIRE CHANGER $400-$800 Monthly good service
week. Call 941-639-5681. DL bonus + new customer
required rewards.
require r No Collections! ,
TREE GROUNDSMAN
EXPERIENCED! Exc. Start- Our contractor routes are
ini P vl Mluli have valid grpat for anvonn loo,,-,inr


florida drivers lic.
941-915-6168
TRUCK DRIVER- light duty
part time. Class D Lic.
Required. Apply at
Milliken Whsl Dist, 101 S.
McCall Rd.. Englewood.

VEHICLE CLINIC; INC
dba Charlotte RV
Service
Diesel Repair Specialist
Amos Custom Coach
Divisions of Vehicle Clin-
ic, Inc

23810 Harper Ave
Pt. Charlotte, FL 33980
941-883-5555 Phone
941-883-5556 Fax
www.CharlotteRVService.com

Advertise in
The Classifieds!


for part-time income irom
a 2nd job, retiree':, co.
lege students, ar M.:.ni,:
wanting to stay hoime i nr,
the kids during th, day'

Check Out Our
Opportunity and Come
Grow With Us!

Apply to:
CHRIS MATTESON
21370 Harborview PR
Port Charlotle. FL
941-206-1320


mailroom person to stack
& insert papers.
Hours are 8PM till 2AM'
TUESDAY, THURDSDAY &
SATURDAY. This is an'
entry level position worked
ing in a production .
environment. You Must
be able to lift 25 Ibs.

Please apply to:'
Venice Gondolier Sun :
200 East Venice Ave.
Venice, Florida 34285.-
D/F/W/P
MAINTENANCE NEEDED
At Male Nudist Camp.
941-726-4085
MARINE RETAIL. Boating,
Fishing experience preferred.
Will train. Nokomis
(941)-488-0766 r
OFFICE H IlliI'I IMv FEPAItRS
Flexible h,:ur. lir,::i-.mi, area
$17-$20/hr.
Call (941)966-9524

PART TIME
RELIEF DISTRICT
MANAGER
Needed for The Venice
Gondolier Sun
Newspaper

3 NIGHTS A WEEK,
APPROX. 20 HRS.
MUST BE ABLE TO
THROW ROUTES.

Call KAREN @
941-207-1312

PART TIME WEEKEND
HELP NEEDED Pump
propane & more. call for
details Call 941426-5040.
R, il E-,l" e (ciitf-, seei-s PT
clerical help. 8:30-5:30 Sun-
day & Mondays. Potential for
FT. $,8/hr. Call (941)486-1345

2120 POSITION/
JOB WANTED

Will assemble 1 to 100's of
items. Residential or Business-
es. No job too big or small.
Ron (941)-625-8600


Must be over 15 ,e a,.r o
age, have insured veNhicle.
social security v .. jalld
drivers license. Fi-

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2110 PARTTIME/
TEMPORARY

LOOKING FOR
ADDITIONAL
INCOME???

Applications for
CONTRACTED
NEWSPAPER CARRIERS

Now being considered
for the growing:
PUNTA GORDA AREA! -
(Current areas available
are BAL HARBOR
& JONES LOOP.)
Some of the benefits
of working for yourself
include:
, Early morning hours
that don't interfere w/day-
time activities.
a $150 to $300. Approx.
income per week.
- Monthly good service
bonus + new customer
rewards.
a No Collections!

Our contractor routes are
great for anyone looking
for part-time income from
a 2nd job, retiree's, col-
lege students, and Mom's
wanting to stay home with
the kids during the day!

Check Out Our
Opportunity and Come
Grow With Us!

Apply to:
REJINE BARJON
21370 Harborview Rd.
Port Charlotte, FL
941-206-1323

Must be over 18 years of
age, have insured vehicle,
social security # & valid
drivers license.


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males
SHARE LIFE WITH ME
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for friendship, more. ff755605 ,
UNDERTHE SUN
SWF, 53, N/S, likes fishing, swimming, outdoor
activities, bicycling, beaches, the dog track,
seeks SWM, 50-58, N/S, for LTR. S712315
PETITE AND SINGLE
I'm looking for someone to enjoy life with. I
love to travel, I enjoy working out and activi-
I .-i- i 3 11,. 11 ,

lill05
PETITE POLISH WIDOW
Attractive, independent blonde, mid-60s,
wishes to meet tall, handsome male, 55-71,
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PEA 'CH' LaD,
SF, 65+, snazzy dresser, good dancer, sense
of humor, would like to date someone 69-72,
who is tall, slim, healthy, clean-shaven and
also has a good sense of humor. f824707
SINGLE BUT BUSY
SWF, 47 seeks SM, 40-50. Not into the typical
comments like "walks on the beach, "roman-
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dra2smile
LOOKING 4 A GOOD MAN
SBF, 22, 5'6", 2301bs, caramel complexion,
light.brown eyes, energetic and outgoing,

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KIljD i COMIPASSIONATE
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LET S TaKE OUR TIME
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.1 r.I Ar ii smoker, mother of 4, seeks man,
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KHliOWS WHAT SHE WANTS
Mature SWF, 61 (mistaken for much you-
nger). Enjoys reading, gardening, pool exer-
:,. ,i ..i ,-,"-, a d -. things. In search of hon-.,
:l ,-,;.,, ;',.I SM, 57-69, for compan-
ionship. '2720653 @ pepperpot
CAN YOU...
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BROWhi E'ED GIRL
SWF, 53, 5:3", 155lbs, loves to dance, seeks
tall, funny SWM, 40-60, 195-2101bs, to have a
few cocktails, get to know each other, enjoy
each other's company. f236184
LIFE IS AN ADVENTURE
Life is too short to waste! Attractive, outgoing
SWF, 32, new to Florida, from the Midwest,
loves the outdoors, seeking SM, 26-50, N/S,
for relationship. S'621842 @ artemis73
SEEKING SOMETHING TRUE
Creative, compassionate SWF, 18, pieces,
easygoing, affectionate, cat lover, smoker,
enjoys stargazing, nature hikes, quiet mo-
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WEEKENDS ATTHE BEACH
Picnics, beaches, quality time together.
-Bdesot i-,:i u',d nice? SWF, 60, N/S,
enjoys ...:i ,3- .n stained glass. Seeking
SWM, 54-65, N/S, not into the bar scene, for
romantic LTR. f513677
JANE LOOKING FORTARZAN "
Cute'SWF, 40, has an infectious laugh, likes
family things, watching movies at home, read-
ing, anything country, alt rock, seeking SM,
28-35, N/S, with family values. I628736 @
sudsinthebucket
IOPE TO MEET U SOON
SW F J., :, 1 :.., : r. a r. j., I:.lu , I,:,:.I ,
ing f: a :5v ,1,l 2I 1: -I : ..:.,T ,T.ried I.T
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"- RECENTTRANSPLANT...
needs guide. Smart, confident, attractive,
-,,JT, .: :, ". F '." IIF 1.1Ae :r ... .A I ,.,i.-i r
knows himself and wants a monogamous
relationship. f543423
SHORTHAND SWEET:
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VOThi 'YOUR CALL
SF,'53 C5'" 15nlb long brov,'n'hrnn-greIen
eyes, ap r.i : i ; ....j ll., C:": a-
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IS HE OUTTHERE?
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.,- .... ,-, ~ i .:,.-i .:.::.1. i.:.r healthy,
.:, "r i ,. ~ ':' ',i: i, who's down-to-
earth loves the outdoors and living life to the
.fullest. Sound like youi? '621853
PRETTYWOMAN
SW P -- 5 1 :., i.: : .,r:.i
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Seek.. j i r'Ir i J A J r-,' I:.::,.I LTR
fT656086 @ Prettylady3
SEEKING COMPANIONSHIP
Country girl, down-to-earth DWF, 43, 1381bs,
5'6", petite build, blonde/hazel, smoker, en-
I, i ...:.ir.all r.a a' -. i ,,,.:( :.r1. :t" J- ..,in
must. l285340
ATTRACTIVE WIDOW
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BEaUTIFUL RED-HEAD
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ATTRACTIVE SENIOR LADY...
a little over 65, 5'2", 1151bs, would like to meet
a tall, slim, healthy gentleman, 67-72, for dat-
ing and fun in our senior years. ff559597
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VARIED INTERESTS
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DIFFERENT FROM THE REST
single white female, .Le c'3" 1?0olb DOretti,
seeks :,,', *',i-,, .e irnliman rA n n i,;,:,-:4.
5 0 -60 r ,. ,,ll :. ,ul jppE i .uI le ir..i .ir.
important in life. 6Ae2717
CARIByyE AN'fEMALE2 .
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3 6 4" ,-, ,'. ., ,.:. I r '-,-J.:.y' r,, ,,a'.,, a ,.,,.,d
time and is a God fearing woman. S663997
ANGEL SEEKS CLOUDS
SWF, 46, seeking a good friendship first and
then a long time relationship Must be a very
sexy and good hearted. Seeking SM, 38-52.
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FUrl PERSON
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SEARCHlllc FOR
Gentlemen, 65-75, who still has a zest for life
and sense of humor. Attractive WiWF, 65, who
makes everyday count. '279303


HI SENIOR MEN...
65-73, who are tall, healthy, outgoing, well
dressed, have hair on their heads, for this
young (at heart), 1151bs, 5'2", 65+, Cape Co-
ral lady, for dating, movies, walks, dining,
dancing. f320530
PETITE BLONDE
Widowed WF, 65, would like to meet slim,
healthy man, 65-72, tall, dark and handsome,
for fine dining, movies, beach walks, compan-
ionship. f7495553
LOST & LOOKING...
for friendship and someone to have fun with.
Pretty SWF, very young-looking 53, humor-
ous, and can be a jokester, seeking good-
looking SM, 48-58, soft-spoken, who is a
good listener. f629614 @ Rhythams
SEEKING COMPANIONSHIP
SWF, late 60s, seeks tall, slim, healthy SW
gentleman, 69-73, for companionship and
more. If you enjoy the outdoors, dining out and
more. you could be the one for me. f114609
60S GENTLEMAN
Attractive red-headed DWF, 68, good figure,
N/S, honest, caring, thoughtful, energetic,
healthy, fun-loving, positive, seeks marriage-
minded WM, 60-68, N/S, with same qualities.
f'482146
LET'S MEET
Wine, dine, and dance! Life's too short not to
enjoy, to the fullest! Active SWF, 52, seeks
active man, 50-60. f560816 @ LuckyLady-
2005
A LOTTO OFFER
There you arel SWF, 49, ready to start dating
again! Just moved to Sarasota area. Seeking
SWM, 45-63. f577812 @ Andresen
HIGH VALUES W/O RELIGION
Slim SWF, 54, caring, trusting, nature lover,
swim, laugh, walk, siesta, LTR, with N/S, N/D,
honest, adventurous, educated, family man.
1. 215287
SHARE YOUR LIFE
SWF, 32,5'8", slim build, smoker, loves to go to
Starbucks for a latte, seeks good-looking, self-
sufficient SWM, 30-37, smoker. 'f654950
I LOVE SEXY SHOES
.SWF, 50, loves to travel, wine testing, cook-
ing, dining out. Seeking SM, '50-65, to enjoy
same interests, maybe more. I716858 .@
Rose1975
SPENDOR INTHE GRASS
Compassionate, ebony-complected female,
51, 5'6", 1191bs, mature, smoker, seeks man,'
55-65, mature to best friend and soulmate.
f'680531
SHARE LIFE'S ADVENTURES
Attractive, vivacious, romantic DWF, 55, seeks
fun-loving, emotionally/financially secure gen-
tleman, 50-62, N/S, who lives life fully, enjoys
boating, sunsets, travel. S790570
OHIO TRANSPLANT
SWF, 67, N/S, likes concerts, fishing, gar-
dening, pets. Seeking sexy SWM, 60-75,
same interests, for friendship, maybe more.
St714431 @ ladybqood66
GOOD MAN WANTED
SWF, 50, 5'8", smoker, brown/green, enjoys
live music, walks, dining out, evenings at
home, seeks SWM, 42-60, smoker, for friend-
ship. ff692732
NATIVE LADY
Widowed WF, 60s, N/S, enjoys traveling,
movies, gardening, tennis. Seeking person-
able, active WM, 65-75, N/S, with similar in-
terests. ff709084
SWEET FILIPINA LADY
SAF, 54, kind, hard-working, looking to meet
a man, 55-69, N/S, to share good moments;
leading to possible LTR. ff667242 @ vir-
ginia
SHARE SUNSETS
Introspective, intelligent, affectionate SWF,
57, 52", N/S, enjoys romantic dinners, quality
talks, beach walks. Seeking special, good-
hearted man for happiness. ff269791
SEEKS SINCERE GENTLEMAN
Financially secure SWPF65, N/S, seeks sim-
ilar gentleman, 60-79, who likes fine dining,
th.__3irt- p.st- 91"919s
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@ verylucky2beeme .
SEARCHING FOR YOU
You'll find me very attractive, in great shape,
warm, intelligent, w/sex appeal, you possess
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LOOKING FOR MR RIGHT
SWF, 23, N/S, certified nursing aide, loves
movies and clubbing. Seeking WM, 21-35,
N/S, for friendship. f'682459
METIME
SWF, 50. Now that the kids are grown, taking
time to smell the roses! Looking for intelligent
SM 45-55. f701124 @ rednona
HOME AND GARDEN CANCER
Caring, attractive SWF, 47, brown/brown,
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.1 r:,.i- r i : ia .', r.l,46-63, for shar-
ing friendship, happiness, travel and LTR
romance leading to marriage. f689621
STILL SLENDER, STILL CUTE
Professional woman with northeast sensibili-
ties seeks well-read, 50ish man of wisdom for
summer dating. Angular faces don't hurt
either. f688416
WAITING 4 MY PRINCE
SWF, 64, sincere, happy, retired, likes to cook,
meet people. Seeking SM, 55-65, N/S, for
friendship maybe more. f673562 @ TripleB
SOUTHERN IMPORT
SWF, 59, 5'7", 1261bs, likes Nascar, reading,
antiquing dining out. Seeking SWM, 55-70,
secure independent, honest, good SOH.
f485522
DO YOU KNOW WHATYOU WANT
..I do. SWPF, 5'8", 1201bs, monogamous,
kind, honest, with great sense of humor. See-
king SWPM, 40,. own hair/teeth, for LTR.
f533251
BLOND TRANSATLANTIC
SF, 59, Enjoying my single state but would like
to enjoy this great area with an attractive, ar-
ticulate gentleman, 55-68 f629796 @ Ha-
ppy05
VERY LONELY
Widow, 58, enjoys concerts, museums, travel.
Looking for SM, 60-65, for friendship or more.
7510901
ENJOY LIFE..
with good-looking, classy, college-educated
Widow, who enjoys finer things. Seeking edu-
cated companion, 65-80, to enjoy them with.
f405263
NEWTOTHE AREA
SWF, 21, enjoys movies, books, concerts,
hanging out with friends. Seeking SM, 18-25,
for serious friendship with possibility for more.
f653748 @ raven51384
A GOOD WOMAN
SF, 45, enjoys romantic comedies, seeking a
SM, 29-50, who puts Jesus first, needs a
good woman by his side. f551093
COMPANIONSHIP
SF, 70, 5'2", 1291bs, marriage-minded, light
smoker, average build, looking for a male, 65-
70, who likes dining, theater, movies. '572639
BROWN-EYED GIRL
Cute SWF, 19, loves to write poetry and meet
new people, looking for a real sweetheart, 18-
25. f667130 @ bubblequmchlcl8
LET'S HAVE SOME FUNI
SWF, 44, 57", light smoker, varied interests,
would like to meet a SWM, 40-52, who is out-
going, active, honest, sincere. ff573074
MAYBE IT'S YOU
Fun-loving SWF, 24, mother, outgoing, peo-
ple person, simply seeking down-to-earth,
nice, honest guy for friendship, maybe more.
f615065
HERE I AM
Single mom, 37, loves sports, Nascar, going
out, traveling, romantic walks on the beach,
children. Seeking compatible, considerate,
kind-hearted companion. f677490 8 ckoz-
moqirl3
NOBODY IS PERFECT
Seeking positive thinking, active; trustworthy
SM, 55-70, educated, financially, socially
independent, emotionally affectionate. Like
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A LOVELY WOMAN
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SWM, 65-75, for dating and possible relation-
ship. f'592197
SOMEONETO...
SWF, 44, great friend looking for,a guy that
shares the same morals and values. Seeking
SM, 40-50. f'689182 @ sugarbear20tlh
CLASSY LASS .
SWF, 79, N/S, seeks educated, healthy WM,
75-84, N/S, a companion, for dining out and
theater. Venice area. ff590522
GENTLEMAN PREFER BLONDES
Marilyn Monroe type blonde, shapely, ro-
mantic heart, enjoys walks, bicycling, jazz,
gardening, seeking attractive SM, 50-61,
moral,, healthy, emotionally/financially se-
cure. f'497164
TRUST & COMPASSION
Compassionate, caring, medical profession-
al, 46, single mom, seeks same qualities in
male, 65+. f'685363 @ chrissy2955
HE SAWTHE AD...
His heart began to pound... renegade red-
head, tall, athletic, knows the world is our oys-
ter. Do you like seafood; 48-62. ff565439 '


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f600693 LOVETO LAUGH
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ship, LTR? f599663 and loyal, smoker. Enjoy museums, theater,
GREEN-EYED LADY boating, Seeks SM, 46-54, handsome and
Witty, communicative SWF, 38, attractive and romantic. f7637671 @ WIstfulThinking
fun, looking for secure, reliable, honest male EASY ON THE EYES
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emotionally fit, Ei--:-.: a- n in. i, l I,,1-..1-,, 250405
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SPARKLING EYES AND, SMILE, ,long walks on the beach. Seeks SM, 50-65 to
SWF, 60s, desires business orprofessiobial share life. f645343 @ CruiseLady47
man of high quality and good habits; witi GIVE ME A TRY
lifestyle similar to this "Lady in the Board-O SWF, 37, good-looking, blonde, outgoing,
.:..:.rr i .:.t ;..... i: .:.i .: :-'. : h -.... likes movies, dancing, kayaking, playing gui-
a.", r.. l., iI..7T. a..] .~ r, a ,iii..i.. .1.:.- ." tar. Seeking attractive, outgoing SWM, with
portantly, I am kind, considerate, hobestiandi' similar interests, for friendship, possible LTR,
loyal. I prefer men 60s-70s whoarealso phys- 498558
.:,, .-.,1 .-.,. ,,-, .,:iL ; .' :L.,,,i- ,'ur..' COME AND GETYOUR LOVE
-"1 r.i'Ci i r ., -' 1' .T .. .- mj., -l- Pretty, smart SWPF, 39, looking for one great
ir,,, ,.,, x.. a4J-i.i: : \ SWM, 37-50. ff651177 @ K3C3
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Attractive, l'- :-~..:,- -iWF V .. ri n ailr l Tall. slender, pretty, kind, classy, loyal, ec-
educator, 0.,',-..,:.a, .-T...,:..,ail, ;.:ur- .:-r, .. ,: r J C, PF, 48, seeks one caring, ac-
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If you would like to talk with an intelligent,
attractive, financially secure lady, 71, leave a
message. '675721 @ southernsweet412
PAINTED SKIES.-......
SWF, 39, looking for friends to spend time in
a meaningful and enjoyable way. Seeking SM,
40-48, N/S. B678840 @ Sundancersqr
LOOKING IN VENICE
SF, 49, loves'the usual Florida stuff, swim-
ming, the beach, riding bikes, animals, dining,
being home. Seeking Cute, compatible man.
F672025 @ corinnes2003
EUROPEAN BREEZE
SWF, 40, looking for a military man to get to
know and hopefully start a relationship with.
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ALL ABOUT GOOD TIMES
SWM, 38, 5'11", 175bs, smoker, brown/blue,
heavy equipment operator, collects cars, likes
to sing karaoke, seeks single woman, 21-50,
for wonderful relationship. Wl654358
ROMANTICTYPE
Divorced gentleman 50s, would like someone
45-65, to share outdoor life: fishing, boating,
beaches, restaurants and Florida life style.
For friendship, possible LTR. 1717853
LIFE'STOO SHORTTO BE...
unhappy. WM, 40, N/S, loves boating arid
walks on the beach. Seeking woman, 24-36.
W700691 @ dougonthewater
HELLO HELLO
SWM, 35, I'm really looking for some good
company from an uncomplicated woman. I
put friendship and understanding as top pri-
ority. I can definitely say life has taught me
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WHAT'STHE WORD?
SWM, 28, N/S, construction worker, seeks
kind, compassionate woman, 21-30, N/S, to
hang out and date. If this sounds good, give
me a buzz. f649396
LIFE IS GRAND
Fun, easy going and very energetic, but re-
laxed when able. Enjoys outdoors, gardening,
golf, fishing and basketball. I enjoy life to the
fullest want to share that with someone.
ff699296 @ golfingpro
WANTTO LOVE SOMEONE
WM, 58, tall, handsome, caring. ISO SF look-
ing for a good man. ff788043
DEAD HEAD
SWM, 41, Occ Smoker. Literate and well edu-
cated. Full time professional, spare time for
music festivals and the outdoors. In search of'
smart, funny and independent SAF or SWF,
35-45. f699028 @ CSK40
AREYOU OUTTHERE?
SM, 41, 5'8", 1801bs, N/S, light brown/hazel,
likes dining, dancing, movies, beaches, wa-
tersports. Seeking attractive, honest SPF, 25-
50. '511369
UNIQUE AND REAL
SM, 38, 6'2", 215lbs, I enjoy, playing golf,
outdoors, cooking, private times together.
I'm waiting for a nice, down-to-earth woman.
ff715718
GOOD GUY
One of the few left! SWM, 37, likes outdoors,
fishing, racing, and football. Would like to get
to know a SWF or SHF, 18-36, with like inter-
ests. f699230 @ senbu
GOOD-HEARTED MAN
Retired SBM, 62, 61", 2021bs, loves garden-
ing, music, movies, etc. Seeking an attractive
slim, classy female 45-60, for love, compan-
ionship, travel and LTR. f577400
TRUE GENTLEMAN
Hard-working male, 23, 5'10", brown/brown,
athletic build, Aries, smoker, seeks woman,
18-25, just as a friend. f688537
NEW ADVENTURE
Up-front, SWM, 40, N/S. Recently single,
ready to,move on and have some fun. Phy-
sically fit, enjoys photography and outdoors.
Seeking SF, N/S, 26-45. ff704823 @ jaime
STOPYOU NEARLY MISSED IT
SWM, 46, sincere, honest, seeks single wo-
man, 35-44, who would like to share some-
great times. Honesty a must. ff690551
LOTS OF ENERGY
SWM, 46, 6', 2251bs, smoker, brown/hazel,
wears glasses, loves to bowl, fish, go swim-
ming, seeks SWF, 35-50, for relationship.
f691132
LOOKING FOR SPECIAL
SBM, 49, N/S, enjoys sports, movies, and
photography. Looking to meet that special
woman with similar interests. Seeking SF, 18-
45. f685803 @ sarasotaman
CALL IF INTERESTED
WM, 34,5'11", 18901bs, dirty blond/blue, likes
playing pool, having fun, music, relaxing and
enjoying life. Seeking WF, 27-45. f694132
LIKETHEWATER?
DWM, 40, 6'1", 1851bs, brown/brown, two chil-
dren not at home, likes the water, fishing,
beaches. Seeking secure, outgoing WF, 25-
40. ff694160
NEWTO BRADENTON
Very nice, good-looking male, 21, likes art,
poker, and playing video games. Seeking HF,
21-25, no children, for dating. f703133 @
QAM84
THETIME OFYOUR LIFE
SWM, 48, 5'9", N/S, works in the food busi-
ness. Seeking woman, 35-50, for dating,
beaches, and LTR. f'707164 "
SMILE
SWM, 43, Libra, N/S, seeks caring reliable
woman, age open, honesty is the only must.
f 705195
OUTGOING GUY
WM, 25, 170lbs, N/S, enjoys outdoor activi-
ties, dining, and vacationing in new places.
Seeking honest, ethical woman, 22-29.
f699349 8 Todd25
MUST LOOE TO CUDDLE
r -.1 1-4 r,., in Ir.. i a, i:' 175lbs,
brown/green, athletic build, professionally em-
ployed, w/huge heart, enjoys cooking,' danc-
ing, beaches, travel. Seeking affectionate
SWF, slim, attractive, feisty, classy, compas-
sionate and fun. f632225
SINGING INTHE RAIN
SWM, 34, smoker, seeks SWF, 25-42, who
loves to have fun. I love trips to the beach,
fishing, and really enjoy relaxing with an old
movie when it's rainy outside. f673566
GOLF PARTNER WANTED
Optimistic, active, adventurous WM, 55, loves
traveling to new golf venues. ISO special
female, 45-58, to enjoy life with. f704867 @
srqflog
UP FOR FUN?
SWM, 50, 6', 2001bs, business owner, seeks
a lady who knows what a chopper is and-
knows how to ride it. Let's talk 'T686727
NEEDING SOMEONE 2 BE...
sweet on. Outdoorsy, active SM, 40, 5'10",
1801bs, brown/baby-blue, needs someone
outgoing who enjoys life. If this is you why not
call!? f686721
NEWINTOWN
WM, 19, Montana transplant, loves the out-
doors. Seeking a worrian, 18-23. f'694392
@ Twiztid22
LONELY NO MORE
SWM, 45,6'1", smoker, animal lover, automo-
tive technician, loves jetskiihg, good movies,'
walks on the beach, seeks SWF, 28-36, for.
possible romance. f714873
AREYOU THE ONE?
Secure, sincere SWM, 58, 2201bs, D/D-free,
6'2", likes beaches, fishing, jazz, church.
Seeking well-groomed, slim companion, 40-
60, life and love. f582535
WORKS HARD...
and tries to-play harder, Male, 57, enjoys golf,
travel, family, friends, and church. Seeking
female, 33-45. ff703435 @ SKYMAN
HERE COMES THE SUN
SWM, 40, 5'7", works in remodeling, seeks
SWF, 30-45, who enjoys margaritas and lawn
chairs on the beach, for LTR. ff608537
PROACTIVE, MATURE...
emotionally/financially secure DBM, 43, 5'8",
1651bs, clean-cut, athletic build, smoker,
seeks loyal, honest, woman, 30-60, for LTR.
f680908
LIFE IS SHORT
SWM, 65, friendly, outgoing, loves traveling
and food. ISO extremely attractive, slim, intel-
ligent woman, 50-63, to enjoy life together.
f715010 @ beta
2005: A DATE ODYSSEY
Attractive, non-materialistic SM, 41, loves the
films of Stanley Kubrick, seeks single wo-
man, 30-50, for out of this world relationship.
'f685389
TAKE IT EASY
SWM, 50, 5'5", Sagittarius,'smoker, seeks
smart, funny WF, 46-50, smoker, for possible
romance. f688150
WHY NOT CALL?
SWM, 45, looking woman to have fun, enjoy
each others company and more. I enjoy
Nascar, football and much more. ff699011
@ trop5579
IS SHE OUTTHERE?
SM, 63, enjoys traveling, fishing, more. Would
like to meet a petite, attractive female, race
open, no children, to share good times, talks
dates and more. ff611467
LOOKING FOR THE RIGHT ONE
SWM, 61, likes sports, golfing, beach, travel-
ing, cooking, looking for a friend and lover for-
ever. f690264 @ thelegendi
FROM THE BEGINNING'
DWM, 54, 6'2", 1801bs, brownish blonde hair,
blue eyes, employed, looking to start a new
with commitment-minded, happy, honest,
spontaneous lady not afraid of having a good
times. Possible LTR. f1621955
CALL ME
SBM, 39, likes the outdoors, movies, cuddling
with a sweet woman, fine wine, good food,
sporting events. Seeking that special lady to
share friendship and romance. f640030
NICE GUY, GOOD CATCH
SM, 57, tall, good-looking, nice guy, a leg
man, good cook, great kisser, good pal, ro-
mantic, sensitive, sexy and available, seeks
shapely, sincere, sexy lady to share special
times. f702403 @ englewoodguy
Hll I'M NEW HERE.
SWPM, 37, 6'4", smoker, just moved to the
area, enjoys working out, spending time out-
doors, dancing, seeks SWF, 20-45, for possi-
ble LTR. f662800





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Christian SBM, 18, N/S, is looking for SWF,
20-21, who will love me for me. i wA'itto start
a family, so get in touch. U652777, f-.y.~'j
BEAUTIFULTHOUGHTS
Romantic, old-fashioned' SBMl, ',6'1I", aver-
age build, smoker, brown completdori likes old
movies, seeks SHF, 40-55, N/S, for good con-
,iial ,:,'. ,.-:.:;l.-i rc1laTIncrnin'slp WySb5 l
LIKE TO MEET?
E.1 l:- 15 '4. i, m rrei an rar3Lracee,'par '
C.ai,1 1,1 ':l. n rr-i.:m, r f.:.n f,:.r 3 1Fir-O-
;.r,,..p -. .r,g VWF.l 14-",1 "." Wc .:'88":-l @
waits -
HEADS UP .
-ltlr,riLh, iWrl ; 5 1 me,.3.,m, u, uJ.1d fLS
hIl;: 10 .03E r..ie I a'n r3, iC)Lc ei eni|0e:
oi .r,g .:. r., rc.i.h OiC' SIWF 24-45, rl.S
i:,c ',=i il,',r:-rr,, 4j 1I,0
RING. RING. HELLO, ,
DWM, 47, alr, il: an. .-...,i a ,a U.u .ai.el
looking to T. aI jn arlia .-il.. F. 3 -. 3 \wnr
smiles anc rui I.:. ae.i acv. B 6t947
AbsolutelyReady
HOPE YOU RE OUT THERE
SM, 30, chef by trade, looking to meet a njce,
outgoing, romantic lady tbosharl!lifI,:l' laghter,
special times and possible LTIFB 46777:
LOOKING FQ ORME'.h
SBM, 37, 5'7", 145bs, lighrown eyes sha-
ved head, Scorpio, likes a'drltiig~ t,''ovies,
clubbing. Seeking SF into the-same:.W671326
MAKE IT HAPPEN ":'
SWM '..:. i.1"C a/i, i.c,.r.Wa r..i-.i.,ng ialote
hric.me:a-,r.r i-.ae- Si WF Ii:.i riuur. g Ioc ii
Wr..j i, -n inr, Ine wr rna mghi be.'
f688673 @ mrcamero .-; :: ..
U JUST FOUND MR RIGHT !
DWM, 43, smo-ci l,-m tul.. -.rEnli ov .'l
thriller films. S-cs.-g in.n iODF. 2- a1
share friendship, fun and ppsibIle -iR.
V672165
PILOT ISO CO-PILOT
SW .1. 6 il I li:l[. N,' y.. er .jyi lny.,g
exercise, animals and living a casualifestyle,
currently seeking a compatible non-smoking
SWF, in Port Charlotte area. f668206,-
GIVE METHE SPARK" "
Good-hearted BM, 20, very loring, no chil-
dren, N/S, seeks female, 18-23,,,rp children,
to connect with. T688545 (t armyb'oyl18
BOATING ENTHUSIAST '"
SW. 15 5i 18j IlrA ir, jr,;.r :.46b zWF
2'5-5, 2 r.n:'. 1 E; t o g.: i:.ul :,r rric i.lrr, as well
as enjoy evenings in. Be hIroestcarq ig, okay
with kids. f6174161
TRUTH IIN ADVERTISING
Good-looking SWM, 56, blue eyes, physically
fit, fun-loving, financially secure,- seeks SF,
4 5 -5 5 h c r, -, l .:i ,r.i.i,: p ri ,,;,fia il l .i ;ih
sense of -,.:.."., i.'.;r. r, Ir. .;., Ir..-.) ,n
life. WB'50", 00 "
CAN'T GO WRONGWITH MEI
SWM, 26, enjoys motorcycles, boatirng, fish-
ing. Seeking SWF, 18-32, forfriendship, pos-
sible relationship. Ef699791 4' Scubabiker
TRUE GENTLEMAN
SWM, 42, 64", brown/blue, honest,, caring,
Gerr.-., ri 5 likes fishing, camping, canoe-
ing, nrl iraS.ri Seeking WF, 30-42, kids ok.
W'533651
HAPPY SENIOR
WM, 5'11", 1901bs, considerate, enjoys' golf,
:,,Ti 'r. ,: rn p ,rr ;nal', r, o, ." 'L rr. ,u

iSO SOULMATE
Widowed WM, 43, no children, N/S, seeks a
WF, 25-45, to connect with. Wf696821 @
luckyllnn
BOSTON TRANSPLANT
SWM, 30, 5'4", light brown/blue, college-edu-
cated, athletic, professional painter, N/S,
seeks woman, 26-40. fW257317
UPBEAT ROMANTIC
Easygoing DWM, 57, 6', 182lbs, thoughtful,
handsome, enjoys music,,beaches, weekend
getaways, travel. Seeking SF, 30s-57, sharp,
shapely, for LTR. P446433
LOOKING FORYAI
rSM, .29, loves making people laugh, a
good--listener, understanding i mr.,p;-
sionate, seeks kind-hearted, .A minrde
sweet woman for lasting friendship, love.
f703243 @ Ryan226
BUILTTO LAST
SM, 50, 6', 2101bs, foreman, homeowner, en-
joys fishing, concerts, bowling, football, Na-
scar, seeking honest, mora SW/HF, 40-59,
for monogamous relationship. f460051
I WANNA HOLDYOUR HAND
Tall, almost handsome, selective, N/S; 60ish
SWM. ISO a good-looking, slim, N/S, 53-59
SWF, for friendship, fun and possible LTR.
HEALTHY AND SPONTANEOUS
,.Tmi r.,l.r:-i [.10.1l 6; I 1 1 N,5 ..s ull'
r,'ad .:' r,,,.n ,.:.'r, liC.,. :..: 5ee5 F ,'o,-
n' .- I .:. iri .E h .-.g

TRUE GENTLEMAN
,.,1 l 4 56 i 60,l pxi:.-..:ralc. ,:.:,ar,,,. en.
I':'- 'p.-,n 'n1j:.l: InvIu,, w lsi: c.,- ir.a
c""i, :r ,. paF .,r. r.m.mancie. -.eerg c.'iTrpalli-
ble SF, 35-42. '437890
HARD-WORKING MAN ,
SM, 4 i.. i,-,e .:.r tem a ic .:i r ri ...
ship, 'Tir,-yC m;re C .1l & r.o let rallK
'961523
HARLEYRIDER ISO COMPANION
SW M ': :'10j 1651i [ ,.'a. .'bi~ r, er.-
joys : R., qu,'i rigrir, ,:.ongn r-'. lr'a.
weekend getaways, ISO SWF with same
in'c,.; i W-" J05..5
FATHER OF TWO
DW I. 286 11 1I 1 'l 1..rr Ilora Dlu
cle r, .:uf ii-,' W IF :3-j r.r nIre,-ai' rp
firt Lt I Ir in il. ? *'
SO?
53-y'arc.i', i 3Wr.M 1l ri 1ii lpr-jl e ,ria. .; .eking
SF, r..: erli.i i ,, ir. a r drnlque arnd
more. 1640i6 i
MOVIE BUFF
M6r. 3. ,. S4Tnaru:.i N' ruer y, dver
.env., aT n 5,, :3J-1 .i rc.ro tesrCe Irsrram
part: na p f ,:C'C". i:.einr '552861 .
WITTY & PASSIONATEi .:
vwr.1 63', 5 I- IIE. ri. mn lc.ng arnicle
and dancer, seeks active-and-very-romantic
HF, 50-65, N/S. f5587699'- f Y ', ::,.
OHIO SNOWBIRD., ., -
SWM, 66, 5'5", 1801bs, SndviwbR61 WtVo Ve-
nice area, loves the beach,,'eeklhg,SWF, 60-
70, for companionship. f593379
OUT OFTHE COLOR
SM, 35, rna.v 15 in. ,area :6arin Ire rlgni
woman, "B i' l ir.:.w n.m ar.:,una for dair.g
,na p.:i Il l 's rall.-jni ri3 6CU 1t2
YES INDEED IT'S FUN TIME
r.1 -lI Iee',' a tu-,. ,iUl,-': nl 5.F, 165 IT
.eeri 'i l i Io '.:. a,-. nai.ie r.pe fln t W.e
m&i."IB.J I' I ,.% t
CALIFORNIA DREAMING -i--'
SWM, 25, 6'3", 2151t.i imnakr.b rinr cl 2
seeks single wb-rn. 18--9 .nO I-no AS id
for positive relationlinip bi609509 .
SI'DREALLY LIKE-.,;, ; .:
to meet you. SHM, 43, 5'1', 'l"ds.,*azel
eyes, smoker, seeks spontaneois WItty vd
man, 35-45, to talk to. ff613644----- -
SEMI-RETIRED.lY L'lr)fatU. IA
and ready to enjoy life Wtldowead'WY 62..--a
210lbs, N/S, social drinker, iaeks WE 50-65,,
N/S. 2 617590 '". 1 .' -
I CAN MAKE YOU'HAPPY. no
WIHM, 50, retired, looking for a loving happy,
affectionate, professional SF With children ok;
hope you're Out there. fI568072":--, ."' ,
HAPPY WITH:i FE '2 r*'"
SWM, 56., N/S, healthy, activeiloyes tp penod
time on the water, seeks SWF,'555-tN/S,'to
meet, possible LTR. ff627189 :, 1 ,,-, 2'
PISCES WANTED
SM, 57, retired, v.ry good irirn honejl .cai
ing, wants one goi:d P.ic :s r.Ti tor rie'
rest of my life 1215416 .
HEALTH-CONSCIOUS. ,,;6G n,
Semi-vegetarian, slender seniorrsemireirs,
professional, enjoys beaches, dances' trelt
cruises, flea markets. Seeking' lle-mirided<
slender. classy senior lady. trustworthy: car-
ig ..jmrTriC like:i I.:.:, C i, tOi' n|loy5Di LTR
AN ALL-AMERICAN GUY
Outgoing, positive, rxppy, up Iroai[ ,roaes-
satonal WIWM, 59, 6 1 loi:5 s19Ir b~ond,'
blue, seeks sincere la) win'me and love Id1
share. F261820 *-*'i"rey
NASA ENGINEER ,
Refined, slim SM, 65, high energy, huarddiis,
cheerful, enjoys, speedboats', etskis,l.RVs,;
and weekend getaways.,Seelking,-petite,
adventurous wife, 40-55. ff532973


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NOTICES

3010
ANNOUNCEMENTS



U~ -- NEWSI'lI'EIS


PUNTA GORDA
-...OFFICE

NOWIOPEN FOR
BUSINESS

NEW LOCATION

331 SULLIVAN ST
(Greei 2-story
house, ground fl,
Cbrneril of' West
Virginia' Ave. and
Sullivan St.)

BUSINESS HOURS

Monday:- Friday

S,>Jajmn,,l. p.m.
:|n i4 p.m.

(941)205-1000

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


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BABY GIRL XOXOXO JAY (


3020 PERSONALS 3090 LOST & FOUND


RELAXATION STATION
STRESS RELEASE
1225 US 41 unit B3
N of 776 behind
Emerald City
,941-625-0141 Hiring
A Sensual Body Rub
An older woman.
For total relaxation
239-540-2191
ALONE?
SENIORS DATING BUREAU!
RESPECTED, since 1977.
(Ages 50-90) 1-800-922-4477
BEAUTY IN PARADISE
(941)-539-0786
EMERALD CITY Female
Nude Dance Club
Entertainment Always hiring.
941-766-1161
1225 Tamiami Tr, PC.
Forever Yours
575-1185 Punta Gorda
Let our all new staff make
your life more enjoyable!

HOT LOCAL SINGLES!
Connect/Meet/Chat!
Ft. Myers 239-590-9210
Sarasota 941-906-8844
Call Now! 18+ Ad#8888
- .-- ,-,- >- ),.. -4-
Steve & Jenn Creasy, Your fur-
niture that I have in my garage
will be donated to charity
unless I hear from you by July
5th. (941)-496-9439

3060 SCHOOLS &
INSTRUCTION
2 WEEK CNA TRAINING
$300/incl. books
Quality Healthcare
Pt Charlotte 941-625-8933
BLACKJACK
POKER DEALING &
BARTENDING
18 & Over
239-334-6300 Ft. Myers
www.BartenderDealer.com

WORK AT HOME CAREER
20 Week Medical Tran-
scription course with job
placement opportunity
Begins August '05 Engle-
wood 941-782-5512
www.transcriptionschool.org

3070 BURIAL LOTS/
CRYPTS
ABOVE ground crypts (2 com-
panion), Char. Mem. Gardens.
$4,500: 727-539-7624
Restlawn Cemetary Garden of
Love, 3 adjoining lots. $2800
obo. Moving 941-624-4743

3090 LOST & FOUND

FOUND KEYS ON ALBEE
FARM ROAD. KEYLESS
ENTRY. PLEASE CALL TO
IDENTIFY (941)488-3251.
LOST African Gray in the area
of TGA. REWARD. (941)-875-
)070 or 941-628-0049.


LOST old chocolate Lab,
male. Dearborn area. 941-
875-6202
LOST- DOG, Mini Pincher
Black & tan, ears uncut
Lost Sunday 6/26 in
Nokomis near Pointsetta &
Palm. 941-716-4949x
LOST: Pit Lab mixed, tan,
white on chest, bump on
head, animal print collar,
hates thunder, off Veteran's.
Reward no questions asked.
Call 941-627-3599.
REWARD! LOST Ring with
Diamonds, on gold band, in
front of Medicine Shoppe in
Cross Trail Plaza, Punta
Gorda. Call 941-505-0787


4000






rIlI A LI' A I


4050 INVESTMENT
OPPORTUNITIES
Licensed Contractor seeks
financial backer to
Build spec homes.
Call Jeff (941)468-3755

LOOKING FOR THE
NEXT NEW AREA TO
INVEST IN LOTS?

www.SunStylesLots.com

(954)-328-1010

4080 LOANS/
MORTGAGES

PRIVATE MONEY
Real Estate Only
625-7001 or 941-475-7755


5000

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rll ANBALS
BUSINESS SERVICES


UlU BUSINESS
OPPORTUNITIES


IrAn ,AflrAOr


S250K 1 YEAR POTENTIAL ouu HU rlt'r I
WORKING P/T, not MLM. SERVICES
Training provided.
1-800-345-9688 x7079 HASSLE FREE Carpet Install-
A REALISQTIC tion. We will pick up carpet for
$2000- S/wk potential. C you! Reasonable prices, for
$2000-$5000/wk Potential. labor. 941-286-1978 Lic &Ins
Training provided 24 hr. info labor. 941-286-1978 Lic&ns
message 800-272-0943 5050 CHILD/ADULT
Auto Wizard license agree- CARE
ment, $45K, training & route
building guaranteed. Average Caregiver would like to pro-
annual earnings after expen- vide care in your home or
es, $52 $100K. 1-866-227- mine. 15 years experience.
1265 Please call (941)-493-3823


Fantastic Sams'
Salon Franchise Avail.
Low initial investment
888-326-7267
OPEN YOUR OWN 2 for $1.00
Card Store. 19 Display racks
with storage, racks are 4'W &
9 cards high. All the cards you
need to open a card store.
Cards are 19 cents each,
racks come free. Cards are
Below cost. 941-223-4429
VANGUARD
Cleaning Systems
OWN YOUR OWN FRANCHISE
We Provide Customers
Equip., Training & Financing
LOW INVESTMENT!
941-423-7670
www.vanguardcleaning.com

4050 INVESTMENT
OPPORTUNITIES


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.
LICENSED NORTH PORT
HOME DAYCARE HAS
OPENINGS FOR BIRTH TO
2 YEARS: (941)-429-2120

5053 COMPUTER
SERVICE
COMPUTER HOUSE CALLS
Repairs, Training &
Upgrades. Ask for Tom
(941) 485-2878

5054 CONTRACTORS
AFFORDABLE Quality Home
Repair- Bayside Dev. & Con-
struction Inc., State Certified
& Insured. (9411-954-5060
_..-i. ali .b' 1 25.21 1 ,


2 nit DeveUlopment Prorjeict,
includes all permits, engineer- State Certified General Cori.
ing & construction docu- tractor CGC023890. Pool
ments, Rotonda Blvd. West. Cages, Lanais, Patios includ-
$680,000. (941)-661-2444 ing rescreen. (941)-624-6572


5060 DOMESTIC
CLEANING SERV.

KEY CLEANING
Res., Rentals, Comm. Lic/lns.
Kathy & Chris (941)-586-6942
BRIGHT HOUSE
CLEANING & WINDOWS
Local Refs. Hrly Rates.
APRIL 408-4243
ALICE 483-8998
CLEANING BY DAISY,
Single floor homes only.
(941)484-7710
Handy Woman No job too big,
too small. Housecleaning,
painting, pressure washing.
Take a break. Kay 475-7558

5080 EXCAVATING/
BUSH HOG

BOSMAN LAND DEVELOPMENT
LOT CLEARING & ACREAGE,
PONDS, HOME & MOBILE
HOME DEMOLITION CLEAR,
FILL & GRADE. LIC. &
INSURED. 941-426-8234
DEMOLITION, CLEARING, FILL-
ING & GRADING. Experienced
operator, satisfaction guaran-
teed. Quick & reliable service.
Free estimates. Best prices.
Call 941- 815-2506 or 941-
625-6837
DAN'S TRACTOR SERVICE
Comm. & Residential. Lot Clear-
ing, Tree Removal, Fill & Grade.
Free Est. Dan (941) 4684163
HENDRICKSON INC.
Demolition, Hauling, Clearing
& Fill. 4 Generations in P.G.,
Dump Truck, Back Hoe &
Grade Tractor. 941-626-7877
or 941-628-3398 Lic./lns.
Pete Roots Bush Hog Service
Bushhogging, Mowing, Post
Holes, Charlotte, DeSoto & Sara-
sota Lic/Ins. (941)7164814
LITTLE JOHN'S
Bush Hog Mowing.
Ven/Engl/N. Port 493-6022

5083 FLOORING

CERAMIC TILE installation.
IMMEDIATE INSTALL!
Call 941-255-5784 OR
941-639-4114
Ceramic Laminate Vinyl
Installations, Lic & Ins. Local
owner operator, est. 1977.
941-661-9793


5100 HOME & COMM.
IMPROVE.
ALL BLOCK, BRICK & Stucco
Repair.. All Leaks Repaired
Roofs, Chimney, stucco, All
your needs. (941) 497-1097
WE DOi TALLM!
Old School Construction
Inc. We Employ All Trades
In House, Old School Work
Ethic. 15 Yrs. Min. Exp.
Per Man CGC062808
Licensed & Insured
Contech Bldg. Corp.
941-345-5273
ASAP RESCREENS LLC
Complete Pool Cages
Available in 8-10 weeks!
Call (941)-629-4185
888-970-7663
Lic #AAA0010476
SATTN. Charlotte &
Sarasota County
Homeowners
WE'RE HERE TO HELP
JERRY
SURGEON, INC.
120 Triple Diamond
Blvd.
Unit A. North Venice/
Nokomis 34275-3641
Specializing in
complete
HOME RENOVATIONS
KITCHEN CABINETRY
WATER/STORM
DAMAGE
NO JOB TOO SMALL
Free estimates.
Lic. & ins.
#; CCBC046729
Call Ed at
941-350-2464

CARPORTS,
LANAIS, SOFFIT,
FASCIA, &
STONEWORK
L 'Lic. & Ins.
(941)-539-9949

9 CONCRETE 0
High Ouality Low Price
Driveway, sidewalks, patios
LICENSED & INSURED
Free Estimates


CONCRETE
Driveways, Sidewalks,
& Room Additions
Michael Hodge


S941-743-4364
5100 HOME & COMM. DEMOLITION
IMPROVE. LOCAL COMPANY
Haul-Away Copstruction'Clean
Aldridge Carpet,Floor Care Up, Inc. 941-637-5969
& Upholstery Cleaning. HARRIS HANDYMAN SERVICES
L. & SUMMER TIRED OF NO SHOW WORKERS?
SPECIAL $12.99 per area. CALL USi We are there daily till
Some restrictions apply. Call your job is complete. NO JOB TO
SMALL, FREE ESTIMATES NOW.
Aldridge Carpet,Floor Care ACCEPTING ALL MAJOR CREDIT
&- Upholstery. Cleaning. 'CAFOS'i.al 941I-U15-14 ....
Comm. & Res. SUMMER LANAI RESCREENING.
SPECIAL $12.99 per area. BEST PRICES!!!!
Some restrictions apply. Call FREE ESTIMATES CALL NOW!
1-800-990-5894 today! (941) 497-1097


5100 HOME & COMM.
IMPROVE.

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
MEK Services Electrical
repair & maint, Ceiling
fans/light fixtures
Phones/Cable jacks. Lic &
Insured. Call Mike at 941-
586-4690
POOL ENCLOSURES &
RESCREENS
Aluma-Tech
Call for FREE Estimates
1-800-524-8052
Lic. #RX0046764
PRO. HOME IMPROVEMENT
Everything under the roof!
Lic./ins./ Refs. Carports,
Windows, Soffit, Screen rooms
& enclosures. (941)-504-8158
THE CARPENTER, cabinetry,
rotted wood, doors, windows,
counters, soffit, fascia.
#RR0067689. Phil 627-0657

5110 LAWN/GARDEN
&TREE

"ATTENTION TO DETAIL"
25 yrs. experience
Residential and Commerical
Full service lawn and land-
scape care. We do the jobs
most others wont. Accept-
ing new accounts in the N.
Port area contract or week-.
ly service. 941-321-6710
A JAMISON TREE SERVICE
Complete & Professional
Will Beat Any Estimate!
Free Est. 10% Senior
Disc., Lic. & Ins. 24 Hr.
475-6611 423-0020
ACCEPTING MONTHLY
ACCOUNTS N. Port, Deep
Creek & Lake Suzi Lic &
ins. 941-661-6813


5110 LAWN/GARDEN
&TREE

STUMP GRINDING
Tree Cutting, Debris Load-
ing & Hauling. Local,
26 yrs. Reas.Prices.
941-629-0020
cell 941-457-3515
TREE STAKING
TREE TRIMMING
TREE & STUMP REMOVAL
941-637-8506
or 941-628-3496
SOUTHWEST LAWN
SERVICE

5115 LEGAL SERVICES

BANKRFTCY
DIVORCE
1 Signature Divorce
SMissing Spouse Divorce
1-888-376-7891

5130 MOVING/HAULING:

GIANGRASSO MOVING
FLA. Mover Reg. No. IM407f
426-3095 /
ONE ITEM OR WHOLE HOUSED
HAYSE FAMILY MOVING
Locally Owned & Operated.
1 Item, House, Storage Etc.
,(941)-505-0567 Lic./Ins..
HAULING. YARD & GARAGE
CLEAN OUTS. Trash, furri,
iture. Free Estimates!
(941)-697-9923
HAULING, YARD &
CONSTRUCTION WASTE.
Garage Clean Out. Trash.,
FURNITURE-ANYTHING!
426-6379 OR 914-2249
SKIP'S MOVING 766-1740
Local & Long Dist. 1 item or
whole house. Fla. Movers
Reg. # IM1142 Lic. & Ins

5140 PAINTING/
WALLPAPERING


5165 POOL SERVICES

ASAP RESCREENS LLC
CompjetP.Pool Cages
Available in 8-10 weeks!
Call (941)-629-4185
,888-970-7663
(.-' BfAAO'lI: II:l -6

S5185 ROOFING

sCWs..Qua!t;iy Roofing Inc.
All Roofing'& Repairs
Lic. #RC-0067086
(941) 423-2899 or 766-8676:
ENGLEWOOD ROOFING
Re-roots are our Specialty.
New 'Roofs & repairs
Call 4745487 CCC1325679
ONEYWELL ROOFING INC
SQd lit oofing & repairs
at reasonable rates.

'JAMES WEAVER ROOFING
SFree Est. Re-roof, shingle,
new const.:30 yrs. exp.
S426-8946;#CCC1325995
ROOFING EXPERTS
ALL AMERICAN GC CORP
Get'Yoir Roof Done Now!
F ':Fre Estimates!
'ie35 Yer' Experience
-''AI Calls Returned
Shingles Tile Flat
*Interior eSheetrock
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h er..;l,,- h, l| >, :...:.,I",', er.;u l .
All Work Guaranteed
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Call 941-268-3470
Li: PCCC057573
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Ins. For exc. lawn care 743-5900 or 255-5784
call488-4462 CCC035044

BROWN'S 'BUDGET Tree Ser- 5155 PET CARE
vice. Quality Work, best
Prices! 18 yrs. exp. Free esti- DOG GROOMING, reason-
mates. Call Marty, 613-1878 able prices. Tender loving
C. FRATES TREE SERVICE care! (941)420726 N Port
Trees & Shrubs. Topping, No place Like Home Pet &
Trimming & Removal. Since Property Caretakers. Special-
1984. Licensed & Insured. izing in home pet care ser-
19J 11654154, vices while you are away. Lic.
IM 'E. "iW AiI Ti & Ins. Frank Nilsen; (94-1)-505
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MERCHANDISE
MERCHANDISE

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

6015 Flea'Market:
6020 Auctions *
6025 Arts & Crafts
6027 r Dolls.
6030 Household Goods.
6040 TV/Stereo/Radio
6060 Computer Equip
6065 Clothing/Jewelry
6070 Antiques/
Collectibles
6075 Fruits/eges
6090 Mu,;cal
6095 Medical .,
6100' HealthBeauty
6110 Trees & Plants
6120 Baby Items
6125 Golf Accessories
6128 Exercise/Fitness
6130 Sporting Goods
6135 Bikes/Trikes
6138 Toys:
6140. Photograph '

6145 F..olSa & ...
Supple '
6160 La.i',. arden
6165 Siorage Sreds
/Buildings
6170 Building Supplies
6180 Hieavy Cr olr
Equipmernl
6190 To,.:.l MI hirerer,
6220 Office/Business
Equip & Sup.
6225 Rest. Supplies
6230 &el. L';v lOci .-
6250 AcpC:1iiarq.
6260 1iSceiirnecij u.
6270 Wanted to Buy/
Trade

6025 ARTS AND
CRAFTS ;
Singer electronic knitting
machine w/attachments
Sand table, Cost $6,000.
Sacrifice $1,500
(941)-474-1692 or
(941)468-4475

6030 HOUSEHOLD
GOODS
2 Lazy Boy blue leather Reclin-
er Chairs, lile new. Cost
S750 ea Frice 5225 ea
Plaid Lazy Boy upholstered
chair, like new. Cost $450,
-Price-$95 (941)485-5363
3 cushion creme couch, light
floral design, like new, leather
creme LazyBoy rocker, china
cabinet pecan. 941473-1185
,3 piece Couch, Loveseat &
oversized chair w otomarn
5500 obo maltchirg lamps
20 'each 1941 26 ;460
4 Poster bed. queen si.e
solid cnerry by Harden, like
new. S1.200. 941-473-4158
6' TRACK and 4 ighlr, i 20:
Brass tables, & cortee wivhr
1 2" Quality glass $40; Call
941-5754824,




BAR STOOLS 13) Canadian
maple, 30" H. brand new,
$275 all. 1941-4314074
BED 0 ACHES
All new Nasa Visco memo-
ry foam. Qn sets $300.
King sets $500. 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 ABSOLIUTEACHI~ 1.ER
ALL NEW Nasa Visco mem-
ory foam, qn, $300; King
$500 still in plastic w/warr.
941-737-7662
BED 1 Absolute all brand
name new ON pillowtop
S120 On set $75
w/warranty. Can Deliver
(941)-737-7662

BED I Absolute all strand new
3 pc. KIrr Sen. $140;
.king Pillowtop set, $185.
Canr Deliver. (941)- l37-7662
iBED Brass King Headboard
Very nice S60. obo 19411)-
'624-4591 -
iBED, Full Size $75., BAB'I
CRIB w/ mattress, 575., PACK
& PLAY, $10. (941)-639-5585


BED, Queen, Iron frame,
new mattress, box spring,
less than 6 mo. barely
used, $375.941-235-9640
BED SET tw Irg, mirroredd.
dresser w rte stand, antique
while, 5300: 1941)-697 9408
Bed Twin Mattress Bo:,
Spring winl sellS',.75. 1941)
456-55551 or 575-8363 any
time.
BED, A BRAND NEW
QUEEN, E'tra Iric., Luxury
Pillow Top sel. still in plastic
$320. 941-240-0175 P.C
BEDROOM, All wood triple
dresser w/ mirror. ice! $75.
obo (941-624-4591


6030 HOUSEHOLD 6030 HOUSEHOLD 6030 HOUSEHOLD 6030 HOUSEHOLD 6090 MUSICAL
GOODS GOODS GOODS GOODS
OLDIES, 181 LP's, 67 45's.
BEDROOM Furniture 6pc, Rattan Dinette Set, glasstop Fair condition, w/turntable.
Ethan Allen, Wood, $400; LIV- Dete Glas. Topp MAT & box a T ur tbl $425, Whirlpool appli- $75. SOLD
Sn I able & 4 Chairs. White- Authentic NASA VISCO ances, Stove $75, Refrig ORGAN-RolandAT-90RAte-
ING ROOM Sofa, 2 swivel washed Wood w/ Multi Col- MEMORY FOAM SETS $150, Micro $50, Dishwasher
chairs, end & coffee table ored Pastel Cushions.AM S Mic $50, hwash Series Easy to learn and
$500. 9414744587 Excellent Condition. $300. newinplastic Qn,$100, Sofa& oveseat $795 use, excel. cond. $6000.00.
Bedroom Furniture, Queen, 941-505-5552 $310; Kg $510 with (941)473-3883 (941) 6394388 (afternoons).
Washed Oak, Headboard warranty, can deliver. RECLINERS-leather, beige
w/lighted mirror & cabinet- DINETTE set, Chromecraft. 5 941-518-4787 pair or one, $90/ea. PIANO, SUKUKI, DIGITAL, 88
doors & side rails w/side cab- pc white washed, 2 bar Gulf Cove (941-6980321 keys, new cond. $800.,
inets & Dresser w/4 drawers, stools,$125. (941)-255-5896 MATT & BOXSPRING, qn sz, (941)-4931607
EteerntCe DINETTESETLt.tanwik like new, $150; (2) behind SECTIONAL LEATHER Sleeper
$650. Entertainment Center, DINETTE SET, Lt. tan wicker, sofa tables, $40/ea; 4 pc wal- sofa, tan, good cond. $400; 6095 MEDICAL
washed oak, lighted & glass 42" glasstop, 4 chairs, $135., unit, $375 (941)4744587 941-735-7144 M AL
doors, holds 50" TV, $600, 10'x 10' NEW BERBER CAR-
(941)-255-9775 PET, Tan, $75., EDGER, MATTRESS 1 price$70; tw, Sectional, seats 5, beige, in ALUM. RAMP 6' Multi fold.
BEDROOM set, 4 pc head- Elect., $40. (941)-833-0187 full, or qn set kg set, $140. Very Good cond. $350.00 Almost new. $275.
board, Ig. dresser w/ mirror, DINETTE- Solid oak, medium New w/warr. Can deliver, call, 941-625-5712 941-697-0081
armoire, nite stand, light color 42" round w/ext. leaf, (941)-737-7662 Sofa & Coffee Table, Authentic ELEC. wheelchair w/ ramp &
color, $250. 380-2908 or claw feet, 4 carved chairs, like M RESS AUTENTIC wicker, hunter green, black& walker, $725 (94-474
25 .MARESS AUTHNIC white striped loose cushions 7387
625-8181, new. $500. (941)-488-2609 NASA VISCO memory $200. Please call 941-575-
BEDROOM SET, single wide, Dining Room Set, 8 pcs. light foam sets. New w/warr qn, 9531 LOW VISION READER.
complete, like new, 6 drawer wood, $250. (941)-255-9950 $300; kg $500. Great Deal. Easy to use,
dresser, nightstand, head- Can deliver. 941-737-7662 Sofa & Loveseat, pastel col- comes w/20" TV, $1400.
board, mattress rest on 4 DINING ROOM SET, lord Florida pattern, good 941-412-3757/488-0758
drawer base, like new, $400. Formal w/hutch. MATTRESS BONANZA cond, $150. obo. Call after
(941)-875-2419 $400. (941)-629-0983 New Beds, barely used & retums. 5PM 941-613-2890 POWER LIFT CHAIR- used 6
Bedroom Set, white wicker, 6 DINING ROOM set, maple drop Tw. $30-$99.All other szs. $50- SOFA, BEAUTIFUL RHODES $20ws, prfovect c mustsell
pieces, like new, $350., leaf table, 2 leaves, 4 chairs, $199. 941423-3200 "Harrow". Red micro-fiber$25 Gulfove 94980321
(941)-627-1709 $200. Mainstreet Memories, MATTRESS. KG size Poster- w/floating chaise.. 1-yr old. PRIDE JAZZY power chair/
BEDROOM SET- 5pc. black & 863-633-9381 pedic crown jewel, used 1 Paid $799, Sacrifice $399. scooter. Used 1 month. Cost
brass, matt & boxpring, like DINING ROOM set- 6 arm month $200; (941)-485-0836 $5600 sell $1450. (941)-
new. Best offer. (941)426-2080 chairs w/matching valances, 4 MARBLE TOP tables (3 end, SOFA HEAV WHITE 473-8558. Lift avail, also
BEDROOM- 9-pc solid heavy glass top, 75x42. 28x25 & match coffee tbl WROUGHT IRON & 2 Pride Gogo electric scooter,
cherry, sleigh bed 2niht $495/obo. (941497-4539 31x51); 3.lamps 32" high, CHAIRS W/CUSHIONS. like new,cost 1100.00 sacri-
stands, dresser, mirror & DINING ROOM TABLE, $25. gold cracklefinishwith shade $125.00 (941)-918-8681 fice $650.00.9416297359
chest, all drawers dove tail Loveseat, $25., Patio Chairs, paid $1500, asking $300.
construction. Never used, $5/ea. (941)-488-4892 or (941)-429-5500 to see items Sofa, loveseat, Chair, neutral PRIDE Power Scooter, Brand
costructi in b CoNever us 941/ 941)-43or in Bobcat Trail .color w/wood trim $250 OBO new never used. $1500. 941-
still in box. Cost $4200, 941-488-1300 call 941-764-6326 629-0182, 941-626-7774
sell $1765. Can deliver. DINING ROOM table, 3 leaves Modern Qn Headboard $60, B-ao u
(941)-234-3352' with 6 upholstered chairs; Blonde and maple, dressers SOFA SLEEPER, queen, Lazy SCOOTER, Buzzaround,
BEDS, (2 Twin), LIVING ROOM China cabinet, $295.00 all. w/ mirrors $50,Elelrk Boy inner spring & matt. $65. new 2004, only 30 hrs use,
SET, METAL END TABLES & (941) 637-1041 after 6 p.m. treadmill -5. 12 .; ; (941)-639-8857 $750/obo. (941)-627-
LAMPS, (941)766-7447 DINING SET- table, 4 chairs & SINGLE FREnlCH Proveni Sofa Sleeper Taupe, Leather, 6642
Brand New $500, (9411-624-
BEDSAAA+TEMPUR china cab, fruitwood, $500. frame, ,l.ll 9 drawer 2246 6110 TREES & PLANTS
Ortho-PEDIC Nasa (941)-697-9408 dresser, T ,.trer !. bo. prr-g 2
Memory Foam Mattress. DINING TABLE 48" Round $250, 2 SmrgA ITal' :hr y doj SOFABED, qn; $350; loveseat
As seen on TV, 10Yr. WTY glass top Pewter wrought framesn$'?, Pr)hll rl cer, & chair; $350; combo wrench VBURNUM good for privacy
Q retail $1,699. sell $499. iron, 4 chairs, floral cushions, ter $375; Awrrlpool 6'x4' 6 jet set, 3/8 to 1 1/8 $25; ratchet hedge, 3ga $6.99; 7 gal, $19.99;
K cost $1,899. sell $599. $250. (704)-516-0931 Venice tub, $275. (941)-587-8288 set 1/2" drive comply. $35; 12" OLEANDER 3 gal $6.99
"3 way speakers;.$30; 8' alum PIGMY PALM 3 gal $8.50
Free Del. W/AD! Diningroom Table, Glass Top, MOVING : Living room furn, ext ladder, $55.9414974867 941-488-7291, VENICE.
All sizes, seats 6, w/faux marble base, Nice refrigerator, end tables,
AIR & ADJUSTABLE, very nice, $95, Twin mattress, storage shelves,' and much Ultra Swede, curved, sectional
TEMPUR-PEDIC @ boxspring & frame, $50, more. 941-488-4968 sofa, $750; Brass & 6120 BABY ITEMS
WHOLESALE Prices boxring am Wrought Iron king sleigh bed
MATTRESSDR.COM 941456-04 Moving Sale! Sofa & Loveseat frame $100; Etc. Please call COSCO DOUBLE stroller, $60;
(866)-476-0289 DINNERWARE Mikasa antique $150, Tbl w/4 chairs on rollers 941-391-1756 GRACO SINGLE stroller, $30.
green, Strawberry Fair, 12 $100, like new, 2 matching, Good cond. (941)426-0801
BOOK CASES (2) oak, 5 place settings, $100. n-, r,,r.. ,er,, wooden Playhouse: ;5'x8', G ioo on; (1trr ,080
shelves, good cond. $25 ea. ARTWORK, Various sizes and r ,,: r,,r, g .8' rojun. ,rle w/ 3'x8' covered porch, Dutch Jeep Cherokee Stroller,very
(9411-637-7823 styles, $10-$40. laS,lo 1i5l Si5 mucrh rmc. doors, shuttered windows,, good condition $30 obo
UAID n.n A nnn.n m,,,, 941426-0825 .941,r--1-80cm4 Beadboard. B/O 255-0185 (941)426-8326


UAlIr e eu nmll 11 1, mIII auve,
mint cond $125; Sofa,
Loveseat, & Chair off white,
exc cond $300; Sofa,
Loveseat, blue good cond,
$250; Bookcases 30 x 71,
white oak, $65 ea; Chairs, 4
swivel, brown/tan good cond
$125. 941-629-8299
Chair- ,Oversized Leather w/
ottoman,Hunter grn, exc cond
$220 Venice (941)488-6530
CHAIR/RECLINER, Rob &
Stuckey, like new, tapestry
fabric w/ pineapple etc. Cost
$2700. Will sacrifice for
$850. obo (941-833-0667 or
(941)-380-7723
Childs Student Desk, white-
wash wood, drawers on one
side, lighted hutch with cabi-
nets on top, excellent condi-
tion. $75.00. 941-918-9630


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Corrmlcer iQn s;. Anmal print
du't ruffle, pillow sihJm w 3 pil
low:. never ui-ed Paid S .C0'
Must see 17 519411 -'2904
Couch Frenhr Pr,.v. S300. 2
marbled iniaved end Ibis Irue
tone ereo iTicmeral coriee Ibl.
phcriograprh w AM FM radl
all'3 $100 (941)-697-3632
COUCH, HARMONY HOUSE
never used, 84", light pattern
$175., Couch 84" teal/blue
$150. Mainstreet Memories,
863-633.9381
Couch recihnrder on bCOIhr ends
& rei:in'er brown lorne, e-.:
cond. 100 bO-hi. 11, Si, la'
lionr, 2 S1i' SILI"
Coucr, LvSi. PiE IJFE cmrry
SI 00! Queer nirts t. Ir am
$40. TV stnd $10. Also
decor&more! 941-286-9631
DAE,ED ? SNGlL maTn peniss
0to ing sreeeil pillc.ws, nice
$10) 1(94i 7-1 310S8
Dinette Natural Silver Finish,
4 primary color chairs,
$300 (941)-626-6168


Displayed but never used MOVING SALE-leather couch
Model Home Furniture & chair, forrest green, $100;
4-PC .B/R set, $299 Irg. Pine TV c at.,nr, i.50, oak
sofa & loveseat $399 corner TV cabinet, $100;
queen bed sets, $199 upright piano, $250; tall glass
full bed sets, $159; twin bed top table w/hibacl, -wicker
sets,. $129; Daybed cor- chairs, mint cond, $150; off
plete w/2 mattresses, link & white dining rm table & chairs,
pop-up, $349. glass top w/dolphin base,
Can deliver 492-6550 $250; small chest freezer,
DR Set, Solid cherry wood $25. (9411-423-1726
w/6 chairs & china cabinet, *MOVING*FURN.*POOL
$1,500, New taupe couch TABLE*VEHICLES.*NO
$250 (9411-366-1540 GARAGE SALE ITEMS*
END TABLES, 2 Rattan w/ 941-627-2169
glasstops. Very nice! $50. obo MO C c j.
forpa;r i9g4i. .4-591 MOVING- Craftmatic adj.
for pabed, rg size, .300: upright
Ent. Center for big screen, piano with grand sound fea-
Tommy B type. As new ture & heat bar, $1000;
$800 (941)-426-7113 Kenetico whole house water
Entertainment Center, black sys, $200. (941)493-8181
lacquer finish, 3 sections, MOVING- entertainment center
$100. obo Call Ron after 5PM will hold 27" TV, $75; 9 draw-
941-613-2890 : er dress w/mirror, all wood &
Entertainment Center, Wood, match nite stand, $125; deep
computer desk module. beige 6' sofa w/2 recliner
$50.00 each obo. OVER 100 seats, $ 125.41-9,3-l'822
,metal lunchboxes. 624-0438 Moving- Ever, thmg' Mu' Go'
FUTON & FRAME From 5. tlo I._;'
SOFA BY DAY Call 941-268-3112
BED BY NIGHT
$199. 492-650 MOVING:Entertainment ctr,
$199. 492-6550 leather sofa/loveseat, end
FUTON- SOLID OAK, medium. table, Queen bedrm, dinette
finish, mission frame, 9 layer .el. ['dauo .et 41-505':92' 6
foam matt, NEW IN BOX..
COST$525; SELL 5.
941-906-8018
GE APPLIANCES, heavy duty
capacity washer, $100, heavy Enter your classified ad online
,duty extra large cap. dryer,.
$25, elec. stove w/ self.clean and pay wl yea our anred, co :ard
oven & coil burners, $125, 4 G t, sur, era~d corr i cass
ceiling fans $10 ea. (941)- lieds
57-2714 Fast Convenient Easy
Grace quilter, crib size to Sun Herald corr, 'lassi;feds
queen size, use your sewing IVisaj or Master.:jrai
machine. $599. 9-11 625 .'
1251 SUN ,


MOVING SALE: Italian
Suede, Couch $400, DR,
table/4 chairs, $375 obo.
Everything must go.
941-875-0378
KING HEADBOARD, all wood,
like new $200. (941)-625-
1160
LANAI set, round table, 4
chairs, blue stripe cushions,
pd $900 2 yrs ago asking
$175/obo. (941)-276-9070
LIVING ROOM SET 2
SOFA'S & 1 chair $1000;
Ent. Center $200; Dining
table w/8 chairs $350.;
Computer desk $150; Cof-
fee table $100. Bedroom
Set $1700; 941-441-5172
LIVING ROOM SET, 6 pc., incl.
glass tables w/ white base &
matching Dining Room Table
w/ 6 chairs & 2 pc. Display
cabinet. $750.:obo fdr all
(941-629-4273
Loveseat $50, small Arm
Chair $35, Coffee & 2 end
tbis $50, brass hanging lamp
$20 (941)475-7312
LOVESEAT SIZE SLEEPER
2 Matching chairs, florida Pas-
tels. $495/all 941493-3226
Loveseats (2) denim blue.
Approx lyr new, great cond.
Stainguarded. Paid $1567,
ask $650 both. 423-5325
MAT & box 1-2-3 sizes
All brand new Full $80,
QN $80 & KG $140. Still
in plastic w/warr. Can
deliver 941-518-4787


Punch Bowl withstand and 14
cups. antique $85; 23 pcs of
Cambridge Crystal $8.00/ea;
Serger sewing iTmaLh. white
Model # 1900, $150, Bed
ding. 941488-3366 10a156m



SUNM


PUNTA GORDA
OFFICE

NOW OPEN FOR
BUSINESS

NEW LOCATION

331 SULLIVAN ST
(Green 2-story
house,, ground fl,
Corner of West
Virginia Ave. and
Sullivan St.).

BUSINESS HOURS

Monday- Friday

7 a.m. lp.m.
2 p.m. 4 p.m.

(941) 205-1000

Rattan Dinette
Glass top table with 4 cush-
ioned chairs. Blue & white.
$225 941875-4539


6040 TVISTEREO/RADIO

61" TV, Panasonic HD, pro-
jection, under warranty,
$1300. Call 941-661-9274
DIRECT TV, box, wires,
remote, includes everything,
$50. Call (941)-626-5528
MITSUBISHI 55" Big Screen,
HDTV ready, papers & remote
$850 (941)-697-9664

6060 COMPUTER
EQUIPMENT

941 6296337 Dave for
Prompt prOIr, r iaornl1 in house
Computer repair, Instruction
& Upgrds. Days/Eves/Wknds
COMPUTER AMD56, 144 mb
RAM, 19" monitor, 2 HP print-
ers, 1 scanner, 1 fax mach. 2
computer desk, (1sm & 1 Ig).
(94 1)-7434074
PENTIUM III, 450mhz, Win XP
Pro, Internet ready!!! $250
(941)-697-0575

6065 CLOTHING/
JEWELRY

1.25 CARAT BRIDAL SET
white gold, $1800/obo
S941-468-4226
Diamond Wedding Set, Appraisal
$2,500. Must sell for medical!
$1,250 (941-6988935
Men's Rolex Tudor Prince Oys-
ter Date Quick Set, 14K Stain-
less & Gold, like new, $800.
obo (863)491-0890 aft 8am
NEEDED: Old wrist & pocket
watches, dead or alive. Also
Buying Estate Jewelry. Top
,oiiar paid. 1941) 380-7734.

6070 ANTIQUES
COLLECTIBLES

ANTIQUE mahogany bureau,
$800/obo. (9411-625-7530
ALWAYS BUYING CHINA
Antiques, Paintings, Silver
New England Antiques
(941) 639 -9338
WANTED.Ci.llecliors of
antique, classic, collector car
& Iruck books (941J)4I69601
WAIITED. Ford T. A. early V8
parts, paris Iirm other makes.
pre 19 50.'(941)-408-9601
BUYING: Antiques, col-
lectibles, china, glassware,
sterling, paintings, furniture,
watches, jewelry, post cards.
I BUY ESTATES
(941)-575-8685
1i'BUY WW I- II, helmets,
insignia, knives, patches,
etc. etc. (941)-624-6706
WWII Authentic German Hel-
mut. $300; WWI & WWII
Banonets $20 & up
941473-1898 for pictures
fpateconner@aol.com
ANTIQUES WANTED
China, Glassware,
Furniture, Sterling
Silver and Most Items
Over 50 Yrs. Old.
Call Pete 475-6694 or
429-1139
STAMPS, MINT SHEETS,
COSTA RICA, $10 FOR ALL.
(941) 639-'6732
MAGIC THE GATHERING
Bulk Cards for sale.
941-266-2382 North Port

6090 MUSICAL

DRUMS starter set, 4 drums,
2 symbols, stool & sticks,
$145 firm. (941)474-7387


6125 GOLF
ACCESSORIES


6130 SPORTING
GOODS


6135 BICYCLES/
TRICYCLES


2005 EZ GO Golf Carts, like Gun Safe Cabelas, electronic Raleigh M-40 Mnt. Sport Bike
new, high speed chip, lights, lock, fire safe, 60"x36"x27", 21 sp, air shocks, like new!
horn, windshield, mirror, 850 Ibs., Pd. $1800 sell $99 (941)474-0109
$3395 + tax. 625-7969 $1200. 941-639,2707 T b
GOLF CART, 2001, EZ-GO HK P2000, LEM 3 mags, nite Almost new. $200.00 PC
battery, back seat, high speed sites, holsters, etc. like new 941-828-2652
chip, lift, wide knobby tires, $850. 941-416-1033.
$2995. Call 941-629-8803 eO
Leisure Bay Pool table,Exc. 6138TOYS
GOLF CLUBS: Big Brother, LH cond.Leather pockets.Claw
steel clubs, 3-PW, ADW 3 feet.Sticks &acces.incl. Mov- L.T. Kitchen & toy box, F.P.
wood, $40. 941-235-1710 ing! $1100 obo. 627-2169 workbench, BB hoop, picnic
GOLF CLUBS: Jack Nicklaus Penn & Shimano Rods & tbl, $20/ea. (941)-474-0109
Golden Bear, MV-20 steel 3- Reels Stradic, Spheros,
PW, $150. 941-235-1710 Redbones & bait runners 6140 PHOTOGRAPHY/
GOLF CLUBS: Pure Spin Tour $50-$125. 941-223-6110 VIDEO
S400,1, 3,5 woods, 3-PW, all POOL TABLE 8' PROFESSIONAL
graphite, stiff shaft used 1 3 PCS. 1" THICK slate, leather Sony digital camera recorder
time $250. 941-235-1710 drop pockets, all solid wood, TRV-18, accessories.
never used-still boxed. Retail $300/obo. 941-662-0303
WANTED $4995; asking $1450.
GOLF CARTS. (941)-906-8018 6145 POOLISPAI
ss PAID ss Roller blades W sz 9, wrist & SUPPLIES
(94 I)-626-120o guards, knee pads & carrying
bag $50 obo 941-613-2890 Above ground pool 24'x4', new,
6128 r a pis, i never used, all hardware & cleaner
6128Ruger .22 auto pistol, like incl, $1500/obo. (941)473-9510
EXERCISE/FITNESS new, Mark II target, w 30m/m
red dot scope, boxes, etc HOT TUB/SPA
$350;Weatherby Vanguard 5 PERSON NEVER USED
OLYMPIC WEIGHT BENCH- .30/06 w 3x12x52 lounger, deluxe redwood cabinet
bars & weights, $175/obo. scope,synthetic stock,, excel- 5hp, 24 JETS. $1495.
Call (941)-661-1302 lent condition $600, offers Call 941-544-0281
PRO-FORM J8 Treadmill and trades considered, call
$350, Tunturi 205 Rowi 941-286-5358 Hot Tub/SPA- 5-pers, 24
$350., Tunturi 205 Rowing
machine $50., weight bench Ruger Pistol, 22 auto, Mark II jets, cabinet, 'loaded, sll
& weights $110. (941)-637- target, 2 clips, trigger job, (941) 234-3394.
7262 30mm red dot, $350
SEARS TREADMILL (941)286-5358 Solar Panels (8), 4 X 12,
SEARS TREADMILL w/piping, $800, (941)-639-
GOOD CONDITION $100 SKS 7.62X39 NORINCO 0639
941-474-3458 MbUNT 6X32 SCOPE WOOD
STOCK AND FOLDING MANUFACTURER DIRECT
TREADMILL like new, ADVANCED TEC STOCK GET MORE FOR YOUR $$$
under maintenance, $285.00 (941-493-6129 View Spas at: eemspas.com
SSLOT MACHINE- 3 spinning 7 Day Showroom 941-371-5259
WEIGHT BENCH reels, 5 way pay-out, 200
w/ 250+.Obs, tokens, mint cond. Great for 6160 LAWN & GARDEN
$75. (941)-629-0983 th+, .,, A,,.h t1i nn.


6130 SPORTING
GOODS

30-06 Remmington Automatic
Rifle w/scope & sling, looks
nearly new, $325, (9411255-
9775
8' POOL TABLE
w/ bar stools. Like new.
$1,400. (941)-629-0983


LIe game roolm.w VUI III o Juu;
sell $265. 941-906-8018

6135 BICYCLES/
TRICYCLES

BIKES (1).3 SPEED & (2)
single -speeds, $35/ea.
.(941)-661-4065 North Port
BOY'S BIKE, 20", 6 spd.,
great cond. $30. (941-627-
3596


Battery Powered 45 Gallon
Garden & Lawn Sprayer. Like
new, paid $300, asking $100,
used twice, (9411-629-7025
CANOPY, all enclosed, zip-
pered front door, Cost
$179.95, used 1, sell $100.
Call 941-505-4030
CANOPY/KAZEBO, 10'x12',
:.jrrrin ty Maade by Coola-
roo $150. (941)-627-3767


SARASOTA COUNTY DESOTO COUNTY
sprevy 105 Ar.ds Area
'1 I :I Enr .jl." ...J Are
2 105 i' L.u Siv vArea
1'o 1 J.4. or-." OC prey Area
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\ komi. P .n Cr rl:,ne Are3
i7 ll -un.j I'ldoa Area
v1e\ 1 6 0 5 Io ,clr ,, A re
1 S UeraaoI Area
155 Scuir, Ve-r:e Area
S\ Ce" lV-r ,, A.-a
Venice 130 To place your ad coll:
1 North Porl \
.r Arcadia
Murdo k De p 494-7733
:0 0 ""ean. Cre Charlotte
Engle-ood .i Port CHARLOTTE COUNTY 206-1200

\ \o ivr Englewood
1 I pu145\ \ 31) 475-2200
.Cn.i d.
a 1 40 g Venice/North Port
S 207-1200
8lit E a
Grande 4, i' FREE GARAGE
SSALE SIGN
\un,,c,4, _WITH ANY AD


Vendor registration now being
accepted for an Indoor Flea
Market, Saturday, August 20,
at the Turner Center Exhibit
Hall in Arcadia, Florida. Don't
delay! Only 30 tables available
at $40 per table. For more
details call 1-941-875-3922

105 ARCADIA AREA

7/01/2005
Multi Family Yard Sale Sat Only
8am-?10125 SW Levsky Ave
Ft Ogden Furn. Little Tyke
playground toy & misc.

110 ENGLEWOOD
AREA

CARE'S Big Sale
Fri/Sat, 9-2pm
7070 Environmental Way :
East Jet. 776 & Gulfstream
(94)1697-8800
D FRI & SAT 8-?
233 Rotonda Blvd. N.
Furniture (like new), clothes,
fishing equip & misc.
-iFri. &'Sat., 8AM-4PM,
1875 Liberty St. Appli-
ances, tools, clothing, house-
hold items & much more -
SFri: 9AM-3PM, 101'N.
Elm' St. Various items.
I- Fri. 9AM-5PM, 7304
I Brookhaven Ter.. House-
hold items, tropical art, brand
name white wash rattan desk
S-FRI. SAT. & SUN.'9- 3+,
1435 St. Clair. Off
Fairview off Overbrook. Some-
thing for everyone.
D-SAT & SUN, 94,
834 East 6Th Street,
Quality household items;
micro, 18" dishwasher & linens
SAT & SUNDAY 9AM-3
11927 Claremont Dr.NEof
Oceanspray. MOVING SALE
Some of everything!
D-SAT 7:30AM-2PM 5
IIStonemountain Blvd.
MOVING SALE. (Eng Isles)
Entire House Too much to list
[ISAT 8AM-?
S1800 Bluebird Lane Off
Meadow Lark. Knives, planes
& sports cards & much more


110 ENGLEWOOD 135 PORT CHARLOTTE
AREA AREA


-[ SATURDAY, 9-3,
2201 ENGLEWOOD RD
CHRISTIAN LIFE CENTER
Mammoth Multi-Family Mex-
ico Mission Trip Rummage
Sale!!! TONS OF STUFF!
Fum., even a car! Bag sale &
1/2 price from 2-3

125 NOKOMIS/OSPREY
AREA

D FRI SAT & SUN 9AM
922 Sarabay Rd.
Inside sale
Moving on Tuesday to
Costa Rica: furniture, house-
hold, Womehs 1-3x Clothes,
cool jewelry & much more.
941-350-2166

'130 NORTH PORT


SAt & Sun, 8-1, 3324 W.
lPrice Blvd. 2 Family
Sale. Furniture, household,
grill, misc. items.

135 PORT CHARLOTTE
AREA

EVERYDAY, By appt.
only. (941)-764-6009.
.Furnuiture, glassware, tools,
pictures, collectibles
D-Fri& Sat 8-3
27076 Sheffield
(Harbour Hgts) Household
items, gifts, linens, Misc

[-FRI & SAT 8-4, 2132
11Abscott (Cnr of Midway
& Abscott): Furn, Tools, Reels,
Antiques, Clothing, Dolls, etc..
D FRI. &SAT., 7am-3pm,
11192 Antofagasta St. (off
Deep Creek Blvd.
Moving Sale: Saturday, 8am-
1pm. 23349 Hartley Ave.
Peachland to Cbmstock to
Hartley.
DSAT Jul 2nd 8-2 NW
Pt Charlotte
390 Shaefer St, right at Cor-
nelius and Fountain. Furniture,
Appliances, electronics, etc.


DISat. 8 to 4, 3473 Liber-
ty St. Moving Sale. Furn:,
clothes, household goods,
misc., also wood (maple,
cherry, mahogany & sas-
safrass
-1SAT., 8AM-2PM, 18504
. Morrisson Ave. (Off Pel-
lam) .Tools, fishing, lots of
baby clothes, baby furniture
like new, lots of everything!!!
SSAT. ONLY, 9AM-12PM.
12366 Quinlan Ave. Gulf
Cove. ESTATE SALE. Lots of
furniture, household items &
books..
'I-SAT. ONLY, 9AM-3PM,
L1151 Seasons Dr. Deep
Creek. Furniture,' plywood &
misc. items.
-]SAT. ONLY, 9am-4pm,
F13482 Catskill St. MOV-
ING SALE! Tools, ladders &.
lots of misc!!
-iSaturday 8am:? 21440
I Carleton Ave. off Harbor
Blvd. Misc. household, jet ski
trailer, children's toys &
clothes.
-Thur-Sun, Moving/Estate
ISale, 22207 Lancaster
Ave.( Held Indoors) Quality fur-
niture, collectibles, household
-THURS. & FRI., 9-?, 2184
Nuremburg Blvd. Deep
Creek. YARD SALE
STHURS. SAT., 9am-
D 4pm, 200 Dalton Blvd.
HUGE ESTATE SALE! Inside
& Outside. LOTS of Every-
thing!! Priced for quick sale!
--THURS., FRI. & SAT.
18AM-5PM, 25403 Sullan
Ct. 1 block off Deep Creek
Blvd. MOVING-IN SALE. Furni-
ture & a little bit of everything

140 PUNTA GORDA
AREA

I- FRI & SAT. July 1st &
I12nd, 8am4pm. 25163
Marion Ave. #11. We now
have a carport, time to have a
sale! 2 sets portable steps, &
misc. items.


140 PUNTA GORDA
AREA


*;M'i i


I-SAT., 8AM-12PM, 28007
I N Twin Lakes Drive.
(TGA). Furniture, children toys,
lots of misc. "Redecorating"
--ISAT. ONLY, 7am-? 25238
IZodiac, ILane, Deep
Creek. (Off Manilla). Toys, Car
Seats, Kid's Stuff & Misc..

145 ROTONDA AREA

THUR SAT, 8 til ?,
S 2001 Gasparilla Rd.,
Mobile Park, Rain or Shine!
LOTS OF EVERYTHING!!!

155 SOUTH VENICE
AREA

r-SAT 8-3 & SUN 8Noon,
L432 Beverly Rd., Close out
ceramics, bisque, many books,
MOVING'SALE, household items.
SAT., 9AM-? 2561 Gentian Rd.
LOTS OF \OOD STUFF
Kenetico whole house water
sys, $200; furniture, more.

160 VENICE AREA

FRI., SAT., SUN. 7:30-1
526 Waterwood Ln. 6 years
worth of treasures, crystal, col-
lectibles, Avon, costume jewelry
|-SAT, 8:30am-lpm,
I 1301 Cambridge Dr.,
Victorian sofa, office chair,
exercise bike & misc. items
D SAT., 8AM.
1345 PINEBROOK WAY
MOVING SALE- chest of draw-
ers, 2 nite stands, oak table,
oak coffee tbl, qn sz matt &
bedding, sleeper sofa &
loveseat, wall art & misc.
D SATURDAY, 8-12,
321 Hammock Terrace
(Venice Gardens) MOVING!!!
D-q SATURDAY, 8-2,
S 1356 Cambridge Dr
'Decorative Merchandise,
-D SATURDAY, 8-3,
S309 Venice Palms Blvd.
Moving Sale! ENTIRE HOUSE-
HOLD! NO JUNK!!! .


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6160 LAWN & GARDEN 6170 BUILDING 6190TOOLS/
SUPPLIES MACHINERY
C|EAN FILL WANTED
SCall after cpm WINDOW INSERTS, arch lou- GENERATOR, COLEMAN
941-764-0744 ver, new, white faux wood, (1) Power Mate, new, 6.25 run-
941-764-0744 72"L $150; 36" $75. Call ning watts, $450 FIRM CASH.
CRAFTSMAN RIDING 941-661-6436 .***SOLD .*"
SLAWN MOWER, 30", Wood fencing 6 X 8, 13 sec- Hurricane Season
$250. (941)-629-0983 tions, 15 posts. Fair Cond. $
MISC. PVC lawn furniture, 125. Call 941-629-8272HaArrived
tabes, cushioned chairs, RV World Of
lou ge. (941)815-1261 6180 HEAVY/CONST. Nokomis
MtD push mower, 22", 5HP, EQUIPMENT Is Now Offering
runs good. $65.
941-475-2121 04' New Hollands Skid
Loader, Turbo, LS180, super
NeW Snapper Riding Lawn boom, bucket & grapple, 90% l
Mower 12.5 hp, 30 in cut tires, 225 hrs., like new!!!
$850 (863)494-7353 $25,000 (941)426-8234
ushmower,21" 6.5HP CLEAN FILL WANTED For Detals 941-966-4800
Craftsman, Lincoln Welder, copper coils,
yr. old,lrg rear wheels Call after 5pm Lincoln Welde, c r
exl. cond.$100.00-Tel 941-764-0744 works, $50; (941-624-2010.
4-4303 MIG WELDER, Miller Heavy
GMC Tandum Dump, 350 Cu- Duty Commercial Unit. $850.
mings, 8 LL trans, new piston, (941)-492-6372
Sr paper riding mower, 8hp, good tres, runs great!'
elic. start, real good shape, $8,000 (941)426-8234 OLD 6' WORK BENCH. $65,
$S75. *SOLD* Alum. Ext. Ladder 24' $60
Thomas portable power screen, 941-474-3458
TLLER 5HP ed twice, per- not a tool, 13,0001bs, cobota
'conr, 0 94 1 698- diesel, 3 size screens, 117hrs., TROY BUILT Chipper/shredder
/f '"W 7432 $25,000 (941)4268234 10hp B&S 2 discharge
el Horse 724 52" cut, screens, $475., Generac
23HP rebt 1 hrs 6190 TOOLS/ 2250psi power washer, 6hp
an 23HP, rebuilt:197 hrs., 6190TOOL B&S, $250., Craftsman metal
$1,500 obo (941697-9110 MACHINERY trailer2.5'x4' $50. 1941637-
7262
165 STORAGE SHEDS/ 10' FIBERGLASS Industrial I
BUILDINGS Ladder, 300 lb. rating. $100.2Welding Machines, Miller
*SOLD* 250MIG, Miller 180 STIG,
S PT. incoln 225AC, Spool Matic
EDS NOW IN PT. CHAR! Airless paint sprayers, 6.30 gun + misc. tools
NEW LOCATION! machines, gas and electric, 1 $75 & up (941-223-6026
i5 MILES EAST OF THE 1-75 'gas air compressor. All for
OVERPASS ON KINGS HWY. $500. (941-492-6372 6220 OFFICE/BUSINESS
PRICED TO SELL!
FAST DELIVERY' BELT SANDER 1 & 6", $40 or EQUIPJSUPPLIES
S(941)-623-3742 $150; bandsaw, $150; table
(352)1634-5183 saw, $250; (941-697-9408 DRYER chairs (2) older model
Storage bins, RV& Bridgeport Milling Machine, work great,$25 each 1
Storage bins, RV & Series I, 2HP, cross hydraulic chair black $100
oat storage available. power vice, crosllets call 697-9988
Secured Public Storage power, vice, collets +,
863-993-1355 $6,000 (941-475-8585 WORK CENTER. U shape
COLEMAN Clean machine Hutch & Doors, Shelves. 3-
S6170 BUILDING power washer, 1500 PSI, 2.1 Drawer File. $350. 624-2864
SUPPLIES gpm ? S hp Techmseh motor,
wrc s great, $125. (941)- 6225 RESTAURANT
833-44): SUPPLIES
HURRICANE panels, alum.,
used, various lengths, 200 ft COMPRESSOR Coca Cola Cooler Runnng,
total. 5200 (9411625-7182 1988 Model T30, 10HP good condition $250. 941-
PAINT, Sherwin William on a 200 gal. tank. $500. 743-2050 or 941-661-8444
400 7 gal.. S75., SINK. 941-207-1314, Venice Restaurant Equipment for
ttainlessdbi, Delta faucet Restaurant Equipment for
Stainless dbl, Delta faucet, Craftsman 10:" radial saw sale call John at 863-990-
$50. 941-639-1965 arm w/cabinet, $250, Crafts- 2220
PICKET FENCE- WHITE BUFFTECH man 10" compound miter box
4' vinyl approx. 300' orig $100, 6 KW generator, 6 h.p. 6230 PETS &
$6000; stacked & ready Tecumseh engine, $150, LIVESTOCK
$1950/obo. (941)423-9914 (941)-661-7284
a,rr'oft Equipment 120 gal. Craftsman 10" Bandsaw GIVE A HOMELESS CAT
fiberglass retentio larink. Sten- $50..,Craftsman 4" or KITTEN A SECOND
ner chemical feed pump 30 joiner/planner $35., 1.5 Hp CHANCE!i492-6200
gal. tank, 10" x 54" Carbon shopvac $15. Call Ron after St.. Francis Animal Rescue
backwash tank. Well serviced. 5PM 941-613-2890 Adoptions to qual. homes;
Paid $3700 (6/99) $800'
obo. (94$357507885 00 Fork Lift Older Tow Motor, 15Y/0 QH gelding, great all
ob. (41-5Solid Tires, Gasoline, Std. around show horse: Western
WANTED Free stainless steel Trans., Cap. 40001bs., Max & English pleasure, trail class
singi tor my home made pot- Fork Height 60', Fork. 36" 14 ?H. noj papers. ^2,000
ling rberch. 941-485-8903 S1200 OBO. 941?505. 1929 obo. (94l1575-y '


6230 PETS & -
LIVESTOCK

2 Male Cockatiels w/2cages,
$75/both, 1 yellow Naped Ama-
zon Parrot & cage, Ig vocabu-
lary $1,000 (941)497-7796
22 Brood Cows, Angus-10
Calfs, 1 Aaron long, Reg.
Angus Bull $20,000 (863)-
884-9966 or 239-872-6950
55 GALLON Aquarium, stand,
lights, lids & filter, complete
$150. Call 941-613-2777.
AA Pets & Feed
Chihuahuas, Yorkies,
Min Pins, Bichons,
Havanese, Schnauzer,
Toy Poodles, Basset,
Cocker, Rat Terriers,
Lhasa, Dachshund, Shih-
Tzu, Pug, Cockerpoo
90 Financing Available

SCanaries Parakeets,
Finches & Love Birds
(941) -743-3045
AA Pets & Feed
Discount dog crates &
bird cages.
(941) -743-3045
AKC Lab pups. Experi-
enced breeder. Call
(919)524-0494.
AKC SIBERIAN HUSKIE
PUPPIES DUE 7/5/05
ACCEPTING DEPOSITS
HM: (863) 491-8964 '
WK: (941) 255-0211
EML: buyit@sunline.net
AMERICAN BULLDOG pups,
NKC reg., parents on premis-
es. $400. ea. 941-276-7260
Beagle Pups AKC all shots,
M/F, 10"13"15" Tri colored,
hunting lines $180.EA. (863)-
494-5698
BIRD.CAGE, Ig. 5'x3' ",2' 4'
on rollers, like new, pd. $500.
sale for $300. obo. (941)-
6274085
BLACK LAB 1YR OLD & 2 YR
OLD TERRIER MIX Very friend-
ly, Would like them to go
together. Free to good family.
941-735-7144
Black Lab Puppies (5) APR
reg. Ready Now. $400 each.
Call 941-627-0247 ..
BOSTON TERRIER Small
8wk male, brindle. Gre.a
markings. nrieiegienl .oiTipDi
ion. $425 (9411429.937!
BOXER PUPPY,
adorable female, .,vet
c:heci ed, rejdv I' g'i.
941-429-6337
BOXER PUPPY.
ador jble tTeme ,.vet
checied readj, I0 go, 941-

BUNNIES -. Dwarf & .Mini,
assoried $9 e.3 194i11-624
6538 leave message


-6230 PETS &
LIVESTOCK


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.. 6230 PETS&
LIVESTOCK


CANARIES M/F-1 yr. old, WE'RE OPEN
3 young, 2 cages, HORSES FOR Pet Owner's Warehouse
$195/all 941-475-0458 SALE 2686 Tamiami Trail
COCKER SPANIEL, blonde We'h-ave-aWide variety of Port Charlotte
female, 6 mos. old, has horses available. 627-4787
papers, $425. 941-624-3789 PAINTS, PALOMINOS,
REINING, CUTTING, 6250 APPLIANCES
Dobermans AKC, 9 wks, QUARTER &
blk & red, M/F, $350. TENNESSEEWALKER 2ND HAND TREASURE
941-9164254 AT REASONABLE Stoves $95+ Refrig $125+
DOG TRAINING Washers $95+ Ders $85
Let our e-per;Fnied man- Washers $95+ Dr ersI$85
Aggressive behavior prob- .ager an tr ler vui you in
lems? Call for free consul- A & A APPLIANCES
station (941)-766-9412 addl-e o iNe right one. LIKE NEW!
DOG TRAINING House- BWR Ft. Ogden: Refrigerators $75, Washers
breaking, Puppy problems, Contact Dave $75, Dryers, $75, Dishwash-
Obedience. June 28th Next -941-234-7660 ers, $99, Stoves $75, Stack
class 922-2497 or 485-6672 laundry $199. Side-By-Side
Lab, yellow, 9 yrs., spayed, Refrigerators starting at
ENGLISH SADDLE, with irons, shots, rescued, sweet & gen- $149. Delivery available.
straps, pads; $100: Call 941- tle. $50, (239) 285-9000 100% Guaranteed
575-6782 Naples, (941)-627-4104
Ferrets, (2) Males, cage & Lge.dog crate for training or AC Heil 2 1/2 Ton, 12 Seer,
accessories, asking transport. $35. obo,941-613- one piece condenser & air
$150/obo, (941)-235-9133 2890 handler, used 8 months. $800
obo. (941) 637-9844.
FREE 11wk OLD PUP- LOOKING FOR MALE BEAGLE 941 637-9844.
PIESI Large Breed. Have for stud, (941)-623-5981 APPLIANCE WORLD Wash-
fPIES L arge Breed. Have ers/Dryers $129 ea. or
first shots and M11N POILDE 2 Tl:.. $249/set delivery avail. 1
dewormed. Used to chil- uihltr, boih pjreril-. :1-, prTim e W$rr2, e.i a.
dren, and other animals. c .4501 er4W4r.l-' ..
Call 456-1832. TF." ,LJ I,- I IL2V i&-,m,:,re t.uilt in
*,liAiTyPFF PII SCHEFP iIi o r, ,r, ir31nai; :..,ii, a-l
Free to good home, kittens, ',JA dr'" me:"eas dorine, $300. 941486-8884
1M, 1F, re ahr, eating, litter .i l'FREEZERirGibsor
box trained. (941)-575-1167 FREEZER., 1Gibsor u, ir.r
or (941) 575-7616 White, 11 cu. -1
or (941) 575-7616 Mr ,vll;i FFE 'lt'g-,:,d rimr, Fi. I ,b '. ].i .- i i 8 '
FREE TO GOOD HOME: Kit- 3 yr old M t unn,.'v-i, -wr FI,, AIPE. -.,, '., :e
tens, Weaned, 1 month old. easy to care for, incl every- i t.
((941-629-9939 I ing 41.62'7-3596 19 cf, white, frost free; ice-
.((941..9 1 .7- maker, $75. 941-484-3111
GERMANSHEPHERD AKCpups/ Needed: A.io,:pler. Foster REFRIGERATOR, KENMORE,
adults, Rich colors, family on- Home.-, Volurlteer'. Spon- brand new, 21 cu.ft. w/ice-
ented$650/up (941)-809-6242 ;or Clon.,rllrns Pescued .maker white, brand new never
ir-l e. i;",'lir g,:,,'r u: i ,- W.'i r94 i -. t. -2"4 1
GERMAN SHEP PUP, (2) i -.
1000o German blood line. Alsd Barn ftties avail- F:E hATi' Nw ,~ .t E 2'
health cert, all shots, see able r eut'red :paedjJ1 ':" "i .-'. r. i ,r 'ld, used .
both parents. 5450. r aMb. .r,l.,' m 'i --1 .
941-626-4675 CAT ItPOT PEFPIGLEfAT....... i ,r
CAT for OT 10REERATOR oble, I ,ro.
German Sheppard Puppies, Call for irmation i ,:emer.
AKC, Male & Female Ready! 941-351-0824 ie. ". I 4 .-.
$500 (941)915-9949 FEFP I;EF TP 17.9 cu. ft.
PAPiI L', Tin, v- I:, ,;E .., u:ed 3wks. Must
luirnj :e .ag.i i. , t, rr. pure : I .:. r ; .' :.0 639-6290
Lg Oig.. S120 Sell f.:r '525 ` '600. '625 1941- .93.
.941-916-4254 -,-- l STOVE, Frngidaire flat top w/
41-916- 4 F '.P,, i l.a.j- J Am,,. .p ,,jlr ,.l 2 ,r: ,r .:,1,j cm
H : i: l.r -.jie ':,,' .; h. I . on Vic 1,l', ,.lq I rf l e ,r .. J' .J
S! ,!..'96-.;J w ,:,e -^ ? l 9- I 4 -'-..i 1 21
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HORSE: REG PURE, BREED PIGEOiNS cleaning, good cond. $100.
ARABIAN MARE, prof. trained, -.' $3 ad S5. e.a. (941-255-9950
gorgeous. $5,000.9 ?-i Cal C1941
gorgeous. $5000. 41 Washer& Dryer -Kenmore, 1
;8884 or (239)-353-7749 Fit bull pur i, o ,itle, heall, yr. old, Paid ;C-.i. Will sacri-
Hound, 8 mos., neutered, fixed, shots. $50 (941) 554 fice for $400 (941)-485-0836
shots, ov abli & r'.u li~ ". A'j:e Washer &'Dryer, GI, good
trained. $50, (941) 5 %N. .uIiIATMEi;i SCHIAAiCEIL *W cond. white, $150, (941-743-
Naples bin,' female alt FPepper .:"'jo 5030
s; $425 (?'411!4-12-9-?
ARE YOU ONLINE? WAHEF DR'IEh, g)ci c 'r,
AE YOU ONLI? PUG PUPPIE, FEMALE 10WKS edition, with -hook-ups, $250
INCREASE YOUR AKC All first shots $500. obo. Call 941-661-5833
EXPOSURE! (863)-494-1916 WASHER or DRYER $100
Add your internet address Simco Saddle, 15", padded Lg. cap., lyr warr.,
to your ad for a little extra! i.at. g.:'d .:ond '.200. 41v> (941)766-0226
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6250 APPLIANCES .- 6260 MISCELLANEOUS


Washer & Dryer Kenmore $100ea
9 GE Range $100
* Lg Upright Freezer $125
* GE Refridg $100.
(941)-492-6698
WASHER NEW Kenmore
$175: 2 vr old DRYER Ken-


more. $125 941-698-0604
Washer GE, 7 cycle hvy dty, (
white, exc cond, $75 Firm F
941-916-4254
Whirlpool combination stove
oven, eye-level microwave,
almond with black doors
good condition, still being
used. $150 941.639.3580

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2 cell phones, Verizon, 1
Nokia $30. 1 LG canmer.a
phone $50. 941-662-0 ??0
200 GALLON AIRATOR i 1 2
HP Super Pump. & 20 gal
pressure tank, 6mths old,
$700. 941-429-9057
A/C UNITS 12,000 BTU,
$85/OBO; 4000 BTU,.

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Foutage. Call 941-380.4954
WANTED OLD OUTBOARDS,
any make year and-condition.
Will pick up! (239)-728-2568
Water Softener/Aerator,. pump
&,.Tar;n.' 300 (F?63).374 .-'?5


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Venice/North Port
475-2200
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Wilton Cake Supplies- tips,
pans, books, lots\ more!
$75.00 obo. 941-6240438

6270 WANTEDTO
BUY/TRADE

A COLLECTOR BUYING
Old Fishing Lures, Rods,
Reels. Call 941-743-9114
I PAY THE MOST!!
WANTED TO BUY
Old silver
and costume jewelry.
Call (941)-769-8561
Will buy working Kitchen Aide
n; r (941)-492-9139 or
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