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 Section A: Main: Sports
 Section A: Main: Obituaries
 Section A: Main continued
 Section A: Main: Opinion
 Section A: Main: Business...
 Section B: Our Town
 Section B: Coffee Break
 Section B: Venice Venue
 Section B: South News
 Section B: Religion
 Section B continued
 Section B: Well-Being
 Section B continued
 Section B: Green Sheet
 Section B continued
 Section B: Photo Album
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Title: Venice gondolier sun.
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Title: Venice gondolier sun.
Uniform Title: Venice gondolier sun
Alternate Title: Venice gondolier
Gondolier
Physical Description: v. : ill. (some col.) ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Venice Gondolier Sun
Publisher: Venice Gondolier Sun
Venice Gondolier Sun,
Publication Date: September 9, 2005
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers. -- Venice (Fla.)
Newspapers. -- Sarasota County (Fla.)
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Sarasota -- Venice
Coordinates: 27.098611 x -82.438889 ( Place of Publication )
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Table of Contents
    Section A: Main
        page A 1
        page A 2
        page A 3
        page A 4
        page A 5
        page A 6
        page A 7
    Section A: Main: Sports
        page A 8
        page A 9
    Section A: Main: Obituaries
        page A 10
        page A 11
    Section A: Main continued
        page A 12
    Section A: Main: Opinion
        page A 13
        page A 14
        page A 15
    Section A: Main: Business Matters
        page A 16
    Section B: Our Town
        page B 1
    Section B: Coffee Break
        page B 2
    Section B: Venice Venue
        page B 3
        page B 4
    Section B: South News
        page B 5
    Section B: Religion
        page B 6
        page B 7
    Section B continued
        page B 8
    Section B: Well-Being
        page B 9
    Section B continued
        page B 10
        page B 11
        page B 12
    Section B: Green Sheet
        page B 13
    Section B continued
        page B 14
        page B 15
        page B 16
        page B 17
    Section B: Photo Album
        page B 18
    Real Estate/Classified
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    Wheels
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Storm

front
You need a scorecard
to keep up with the
hurricanes.


State's magic wand 'cures'all area water problems


Sarasota Bay, Phillippi
Creek, Hudson Bayou
and the Myakka River
are among many
local bodies of water
previously considered
'impaired.'

BYJACKGURNEY
PELICAN PRESS

Florida environmental
regulators intend to remove
almost every significant
Sarasota County water body
from a pollution list they
have been required to main-
tain under the U.S. Clean
Water Act, and thus absolve
the state from future respon-
sibility for cleanup programs.


The Pelican Press has ob-
tained Florida Department
of Environmental Regulation
documents that describe the
agency's decision to "de-list"
Sarasota Bay, Roberts Bay,
Little. Sarasota Bay, Myakka
River, Phillippi Creek, Hud-
son Bayou, Whitaker Bayou
and many others.
What the long-term finan-
cial consequences will be on
major surface water recla-
mation efforts such as the
Sarasota Bay Estuary Pro-
gram and PhWippi Creek
Septic Tank Replacement
Program remain to be seen,
but the decision has already
affected one local project.
In luly, Florida environ-
mental officials notified the
county that Gulf of Mexico
tidal -flushing is no longer a
justification for the restora-


tion of Midnight Pass be-
cause nearby Little Sarasota
Bay has been "re-assessed"
and will be removed from
the state's impaired waters
list.
Another 151
Florida's efforts to avoid
U.S. Clean Water Act pollu-
tion cleanup responsibilities
are the thrust of a 2002 feder-
al lawsuit brought by the
Sierra Club, Florida Public
Interest Research Group,
Clean Water Network and
other groups that challenged
the state's impaired water rule
changes.
In July, after the federal
appeals court in Atlanta re-
manded to the northern
district court of Florida a
finding that had supported
state decisions, the U.S.


Environmental Protection
Agency acknowledged Flor-
ida environmental regulators
had changed impaired water
rules.
Evidence submitted by
the EPA included "new or
revised" Florida water quality
standards for: 1) water quality
criteria; 2) biological assess-
ment; 3) nutrient assessment;
4) fish and shellfish assess-
ment; 5) toxicity testing; and
6) impairment delisting pro-
cedures.
Despite the federal court
setback and EPA testimony,
Florida Department of En-
vironmental Protection offi-
cials have recommended that
151 more rivers, lakes and
estuaries be removed from
the agency's impaired waters
list, which will bring the total
to 487.


Local waters
Several have been widely
reported as polluted for many
years. They include the St.
John's River, Peace River,
Caloosahatchee River, Choc-
tawhatchee Bay and St.
Andrews Bay. But it is the
Sarasota County water bodies
that will raise local red flags of
concern.
Hudson Bayou in down-
town Sarasota has long been
reported to have one of the
highest toxic lead contents in
the nation, while the state
previously ordered Sarasota
County to clean up Phillippi
Creek because it discharges
septic tank pollution into
Sarasota Bay.
Other familiar county
water bodies in the state's

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Road trip
The Indians take the field
in Dade County tonight.


SUII PHOTO BYJEFF TAVARES itav'ares.@venicegondolier.omrr,
A fire at an apartment building at 460 Base Ave. in Venice Thursday evening caused
extensive damage in one unit arid smoke damage in several other units, according to a
spokesperson for the dity of Venice. Further details were unavailable at press time.




Nokomis meeting to


address local road issues


BY GERALD A. ROGOVIN
CORRESPONDENT


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Sun subscriber,
BOB AND ESTELLE ENLOE


Area residents should get
a clearer idea of what will
take place in the revitalization
of the Nokomis commercial
corridor along U.S. 41 in the
next 22 months at a commu-
niry meeting Sept. 27.
It will take that long to
widen the roadway to six
lanes from the Venice Bypass
to Laurel Road, and to re-
surface the existing roadway
from Laurel to State Road
681. The $32.4-million proj-
ect will be described that
evening by representatives of
the state department of trans-
portation and the engineer-
ing firm that will perform the
work.
Carl Harman, project
manager of the state depart-
ment, and Bob Taraska, sen-
ior project engineer of Green-
home & O'Nlara, will answer
questions following their
presentation at the Nokomis
Civic Center. The Nokomis
Area Civic Association will


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with the Laurel and Osprey
civic associations.
The road-widening por-
tion of die project is expect-
ed to get under way by Oct.
3, according to Harman.
Taraska said that passersby
will begin to see heavy,
equipment on the highway
by Sept. 22.
August 2007 is the state's
goal to complete the project.
Curbs and gutters, 4-foot-
wide bicycle paths and 8-
foot-wide sidewalks will bor-
der the roadway on the east
and west sides. Improved
drainage and the improve-
ment and replacement of two
bridges are scheduled.
Wish list
The revitalized commer-
cial corridor along U.S. 41 in
Nokomis culminates a four-
year effort spearheaded by
NACA and the Nokomis Re-
vitalization Committee. Their
plan was adopted in 2001 by
the Sarasota board of county
commissioners.


Dozens of sessions involv-
ing residents, business own-
ers, developers and planners
were conducted by the two
organizations, according to
John R. Ask, president of
NAGA.
"We tried to develop a
'wish list' of what the com-
munity wanted," he said.
"Proof of our success are the
improvements to be made
to the Shakett Creek Bridge,
and the replacement of the
Dona Bay Bridge. The latter
will have higher clearance for
boats, something residents
have clamored for a long
time."
"We sought collaboration
with the county and the state
to help provide support and
solutions to our vision," Ask
added. "That vision is based
on what Nokomis residents
told us they wanted. The list is
impressive."
It included connecting
both sides of U.S. 41 to permit
safe walking and bicycling

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5A' OPINION .
IOA POLICE BEAT
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How much for


a traffic light?

An update on area transportation projects leaves
planning commissioners scratching their heads.


BY JJ.ANDREWS
ASSISTANT EDITOR


There were some wide
eyes Tuesday when the Venice
Planning Commission heard
the price tag for
a traffic signal at Laurel
and Knights Trail roads:
5':.Tillion. -
Amazement at the cost
of a red light wasn't the
only reaction to the brief-ing.
Some planning commission
members were upset at time
frames and delays for county
projects long approved.
The traffic light where
the city is expected to cover
more than $5.4 million of the
cost and the county just
$100,00 drew the most
vocal reaction, and even a lit-


tie laughter.
"That seems exorbitant,
but maybe that's being too
diplomatic. Maybe ridiculous
is a better word," City
Attorney Bob Anderson said
during the meeting, followed
by joking that he was in the
wrong line of work.
Venice City Council and
City Manager Marty Black
have asked that all of the city's
impact fee money -
a little more than $3.7 million
- go toward installing a traf-
fic light at the Knights
Trail/Laurel intersection. The
estimated price tag for the
project, however, has come in
considerably higher than
expected.

Please see LIGHT, 6A


Developing



Venice's future

City council and the planning commission
will discuss ways to prevent empty storefronts
from popping back up downtown.


BYJJ.ANDREWS
ASSISTANT EDITOR


On any given day, a stroll
through downtown Venice
shows an area vibrant with
activity.
People shopping, eating
out at restaurants or just
hanging out on one of the
public benches.
That wasn't the case some
15 or more years ago. Some
officials at city hall remember
when a third of the down-
town shops were vacant,
and many wondered then if
Venice would amount to
anything more than a ghost
town.
"When I visited (Venice)
10 to 15 years ago, there
wasn't a reason to come
-back," City Manager Marry
Black said of his early experi-


ences here. "The stores were
closed, the windows were
shuttered. ... A lot of the
downtown stores were vac-
ant."
Black is referring to the
early 1990s, when Venice was
coming out of the economic
slowdown of the late 1980s.
The economic upswing from
more than a decade ago
continues through today.
City council and planning
commission members will
seek ways Tuesday to keep
the trend going as the groups
meet for a joint session.
Venice is required to update
its 1999 comprehensive plan,
which is the document re-
sponsible for directing the
amount and types of-growth
that happen within city limits.

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Playground injuries can take their toll


Playground rules signs, like this one at Toledo Blade
Elementary School, are posted at school and public play-
grounds.

Almost half of playground injuries nationwide
happen at school, and defective equipment
usually isn't to blame.


BY GABRIELA RAMIREZ
STAFF WRITER


While not many children
at area elementary schools.
are injured on the play-
ground, each year at schools
and parks nationwide more
than 200,000 children suffer
injuries severe enough to
require emergency room
attention.
National Program for
Playground Safety statistics
show that 45 percent of play-
ground injuries occur in
schools, while 31 percent hap-
pen in public parks. However,
not all injuries are due to the
equipment.
"Most of the minimum
injuries that happen at the
playgrounds are caused by the
kids pushing each other to be
the first to go down the slide,"
said Glenallen Principal Tim
Romano. "What we do to
ensure their safety besides
supervision, is to teach them
how to behave while playing
outdoors."
Providing close supervision
and keeping the number at a
certain playground to a rea-
sonable number are common
practices.
Playground equipment is
replaced on a regular basis
and is frequently inspected
and repaired if something is
broken.
"If the playground equip-


ment is exposed to the Florida
sun, it's going to be hot and
kids will get burned from it.
Because of this, we are cur-
rently trying to provide shad-
ed playgrounds for most
parks," said John Brown, who
is in charge of playground
safety for Sarasota County
Parks and Recreation.
According to Brown most
material used for the equip-
ment is made from recycled
products such as tires. The
type of playground equip-
ment installed into parks
varies due to the size of the
area.
"Not only do all the play-
grounds we install meet the
NPPS standards, but we also
try to meet the residents
request of what they would
like to have in the park for
their children," said Brown.
While more than 80 percent
of the nation's'playgrounds
now use suitable loose-fill






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CITY OF VENICE
NOTICE OF JOINT MEETING BETWEEN THE
CITY COUNCIL AND PLANNING COMMISSION
The Venice City Council will hold a joint meeting with the Venice
Planning Commission on Tuesday, September 13, 2005 at 1_0:00 a.m.
at the City of Venice, in Community Hall, 401 West Venice Avenue,
Venice, Florida for the purpose of discussing the Evaluation and
Appraisal Report.
If you are disabled and need special assistance, please contact the
City Clerk's office 24 hours prior to the meeting.
/s/ Lori Stelzer, MMC, City Clerk
Publish: September 9,2005 .




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He is now accepting new patients in our Center For Sight Sarasota,
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Children explore a playground during a break from their studies. Playground safety is a paramount concern at local schools.


materials on public-use play-
grounds, the NPPS study
showed that only 19 percent
kept these materials at the
appropriate depth to cushion
falls.
According to Brown, parks
are inspected every two weeks
by county employees who are
National Playground
Institution-certified inspec-
tors..Their job is to make sure
play equipment is in good
condition.
If a child does get injured at
a Sarasota County park and it's
determined the cause was
defective play equipment, it
would be removed. To notify
Parks and Recreation about
problems with a playground,
call Brown at 861-9867. ,


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School budget



increased by



$44 million


position that certain funds
should not be used now, but
saved for the future, when
there may not be extra refer-
endum dollars to carry them
along.
"We're building an extra
$18 million into our budget
out of our unrestricted fund
balance," Kovach said. "I don't
know how we're going to
make up for it next year and
the years after that."
Laura Benson admitted
that she had the same con-
cerns as Kovach, but when it
came down to .the vote, she
supported the budget.
"I'd prefer to see a tighten-
ing of the budget so that we
can stop this $18 million-plus
dip," Benson said. "I want to
find a solution ... I'm voting
for the budget because of the
rippling impact it would have
(if it didn't pass) at this point."
Vice chair Carol Todd
joined the meeting via satel-
lite from China. Although her
connection was lost before
the final vote, Todd made it
very clear that she supported
the-budget.
"I think that it's very
important to support the
budget and superintendent,"


CHRISTINA ELWELL
STAFF WRITER

A revised budget was
approved for the Sarasota
County School System at
Tuesday's school board meet-
ing.. The new budget increases
the original budget that was
approved in July by more than
$44 million.
iThe changes come from an
$8 million decrease in the
General FundBudget, a$52mil-
lion increase in the Capitol
Fund and a $95,000 increase in
the Debt Service Fund. Part of
the increase in the General
Fund Budget is due to a $2.6
million increase caused by the
recently negotiated 4.25 percent
teacher raise.
Al Weidner, executive direc-
tor of the Budget Department,
believes that some of the funds
may increase even further.
"Expect purchased services
and energy services to go up,"
Weidner said.
SAlthough it passed, not
everyone was on board with the
new budget.
, "I just can't support the bud-
get," board member Frank
Kov\ach said.
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High 89, Low 76
Partly cloudy with
scattered rain.

Saturday
High 89, Low 76
Partly cloudy with
scattered rain.

Sunday
High 90, Low 76
Partly cloudy with
scattered rain.

Monday
High 90, Low 75
Partly cloudy with
scattered rain.


Cape Sable to Tarpon Springs:
(Including Sarasota and Charlotte counties)
Northeast winds at 5 to 15 knots.
Seas 2 to 3 feet, moderate chop.
Tarpon Springs to Apalachicola:'
Northeast winds at 10 to 15 knots.
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Todd told the board several
times.
Kathy Ileinlein. board
chair. embraced her role as
the constant mediator and
expressed to the board that
unity was key.
"We are in the people busi-
ness, Kleinlein said. "The
more we think and talk about
things, the more we can
revolve together."
The revised budget passed
3-1; with Kovach being the


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High Thursday 89
Low Thursday 77
Rainfall
Total this week 0.02 in.
Total this year 32.52 in.
Normal YTD 26.65 in.
Rainfall totals are for a 24-hour
period ending at 6 p.m.
Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday as recorded at the
official weather station in
Venice.


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Sunrise/set


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7:13 a.m.

12:30 p.m.
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only opposing vote and Todd
being disconnected before
she could cast her vote.
The 2005-2006 General
Fund Budget is $375 million.
The Appropriations Budget
for all district funds totals
$642 million. The six cate-
gories that this includes are
the General Fund, Special
Revenue Fund, Debt Service
Fund, Capitol Projects Fund,
Internal Service Fund and
Trust and Agency Fund.


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CORRECTION


Venice Planning and
Zoning Specialist Roger Clark
told the planning cormis-
sion Tuesday the Villa Veneto
condominiums project calls
for the demolition of 17
vacant buildings that have
drawn numerous code viola-
tions and this would be "one


of the first pieces for redevel-
opment in the area."
A story in the Sept. 7 edi-
tion incorrectly attributed
comments to Clark about
police officers having to run
off transients and other unde-
sirable elements. It was attor-
ney Jeff Boone, representing
the developers, who said the
police chief would like to see
the area demolished.


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close of your home sale or, worse, turn
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prevent little problems from growing into
costly and unmanageable ones.
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After 15 storms, the hurricane season is now


PHOTO COURTESY OF NOAA


This photo showing, from left, tropical storm Ophelia and hurricanes Nate and Maria, was NOAA's image of the day Thursday.


With three months still to go, predictions of 20
named storms this year are looking prescient.


BYBOB REDDY
STAFF WRITER


Anyone who thought
Hurricane Katrina would
mark the end of the 2005 hur-
ricane season needs only look
east of Florida to see three
named storms churning
simultaneously.
Hurricane experts warned
September might be busier
than usual for storms, and
this hurricane season may be
one of the busiest on record.
Few can argue as Tropical
Storm Ophelia spins just off
the state's East Coast.
Friday and Saturday will be
considered the peak of the
hurricane season.
William Gray, the
renowned forecaster who
updates his forecasts
throughout the year, made


the following proclamation
last week:
"Following a record
amount of June-July tropical
cyclone activity and an active
August in which Hurricane
Katrina caused the greatest
economic loss ever inflicted
by a hurricane on the United
States, we are continuing the
bad news by predicting
above-average activity for
September and October. This
year should be one of the
most active and is already the
most destructive hurricane
season on record."
This announcement fol-
lowed on the heels of the 2004
season, which had 15 named
storms, including four that
struck Florida.
In a normal six-month sea-
son, 10 storms form, and the
last one historically doesn't


RESOURCES FOR DISPLACED PERSONS
People who have arrived in Sarasota or Manatee counties in the aftermath of Hurricane Iamtrna 3re
.asked to call 2-1-1 for information on food, clothing, shelter and job placement assistance. Alitel cell
phone sul)sclIbers are advised to use a land line to reach United Way Manasota 2-1-1.
Parents should call 2-1-1 if they have school-age children who will be entering Sarasota Counrv dis-
trict schools. Sarasota County Health Department officials say the state of Florida phl,-ical e.,am
requirements will be waived so the students can resume school as soon as possible School health,
nurses will contact parents of these children once they settle in about immunizations and otier health
needs to be followed.
Persons who have been displaced and have chosen to reside in Sarasota County should contact the
Sarasota County Health Department for nonemergency health and medical care needs The. health
department is prepared to serve individuals who require follow-up on diabetes high-blood pressure
and other chronic health conditions as well as pregnancy care. family planning and child health needs,
including immunizations. The health department also has dental care and pharrnmac services a-,vail-
able.
The Sarasota County Health Department will serve individuals and families who are indigent as well
as those who have health insurance. They will also honor Medicaid benefits from previous residences
in states affected by Hurricane Katnrna.


arrive until the end of
October.
Another seven or eight
named systems are expected
to form over the next three
months, because conditions
are favorable and steering
patterns could drive some
toward the U.S. shoreline,


Florida, since all of its heavy
rains are north of the center
of the system, said National
Weather Service meteorolo-
gist John McMichael.
The forecast models the
National Hurricane Center
uses to determine the poten-
tial path predict the storm
will head back out into the
Atlantic Ocean, strengthen-
ing to hurricane status as it
goes.
Ophelia prompted tropical
storm alerts along Florida's
East Coast, according to the
hurricane center. It was
expected to bring tropical
storm conditions with rain
and winds of at least 39 mph
to the state.
As of Thursday's 11 a.m.
advisory Hurricane Nate was
southeast of Bermuda with
top sustained winds of about
mph. It was on a northeast
track deeper into the Atlantic.
Hurricane Maria peaked
late Monday as a Category 3
hurricane with top wind
speeds of 115 mph. Thursday
it was well out into the
Atlantic with sustained winds
of about 80 mph, also headed
away from the U.S. coast.
Nate is the sixth hurricane
of the Atlantic hurricane sea-
son. The season began June 1
and ends Nov. 30. Peak storm
activity typically occurs from
the end of August through
mid-September.
Gray's team said the rea-
son for the increased hurri-
cane activity is that the
Atlantic basin is the result of a
natural cycle of warm water
shifting to the region where
storms are spawned and
grow.
The era began in 1995 and
could last another 10 to 30
years.
The team expects a total of
20 named systems this year.
The most storms ever record-
ed in a season was 21, in 1933.


experts say. matched 2004's hurricane The Associated Press con-
total with nearly three tribute information to this
It's a match months left in the season. report.
When Ophelia was named, Ophelia appears to pose You can e-mail Bob Reddy
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Ways you can help victims of Katrina without leaving Venice


Garage sale
A Pinebrook family will be
holding a garage sale Sunday,
with all the proceeds going to
the American Red Cross for
Hurricane Katrina relief.
The Dinkas, 1331 Pine-
brookWay, will be holding the
sale from 11 a.m.-2 p.m.
Neighbors will be'contribut-
ing items to the sale.
Gifts of the
Heart kits sought
Saturday, Sept. 10, Grace
Community Bible Church will
be collecting Gifts of the
Heart Kits for the victims of
Hurricane Katrina. The kits
will be loaded on a 14-foot U-
Haul box truck and driven to
Biloxi, Miss., to be distributed
by church volunteers with an
organization called Christian
- Disaster Response.
Kits should be boxed or
double-bagged with the type
of kit indicated prominently.'
Items requested include:
Health kit (place in large
Ziploc bag) hand towel,
comb, washcloth, toothbrush
and toothpaste, nail file, bar
soap, bandages, deodorant,
shampoo, razors and similar
items.
Kitchen utensils kit -
metal tea kettle, metal cook-
ing pots, spatulas, can open-
er, napkins, dish towels, pot
holders, sponges, serving
spoons, eating utensils and
similar items..
Bedding kit new or
good, clean used flat sheets
and pillow cases, new pillows.
Clean-up kit bucket
filled with sponges, wire
brush, plastic trash bags, rub-
ber gloves, disinfectant and
. similar items
Food staples kit -
iodized salt, cooking oil, can-
.ned or corned beef, canned
tuna or chicken, sugar, pow-
dered milk, pepper, instant
.coffee, tea bags, dry beans,
white rice and similar items.


CASH DONATIONS
AND/OR VOLUNTEERS.
Donate cash to:
American Red Cross
(800) HELP NOW (435-76691
English
(800) 257-7575 Spanish
Operation Bklssing
1800) 436-6348
America's Second Harvest
1800) 344-8070
Donate cash to and volunteer
with:
Adventist Community
Services
1800) 381-7171
Catholic Charities USA
(800) 919-9338
Chnstian Disaster Response
(9411 956-5183 or (941) 551-
9554
Christian Reformed World
Relief Committee
(800) 848-5818
Church World Service
(800)297-1516
Convoy of Hope
14171823-8998
Lutheran Disaster Response
(800) 638-3522
Mennonite Disaster Service
(717) 859-2210
Nazarene Disaster Response
(888) 256-5886
Presbyterian Disaster
Assistance
(800) 872-3283
Salvation Army
(800) SAL-ARMY (725-2769)
Southern Baptist Convention
- Disaster Relief
(8001 462-8657, Ext. 6440
United Jewish Communities
(877) 277-2477
United Methodist Committee
on Relief
(800) 554-8583
For more information, visit the
Web site for the National
Voluntary Organizations
Active in Disaster (NVOAD) at
nvoad.org.
Family medicine cabinet
kits adult pain reliever,
children's pain reliever, adult


multiple vitamins, children's
multiple vitamins, antacid,
hydrogen peroxide, antibiotic
or first-aid cream, bandages.
GUMC relief effort
Grace United Methodist
Church is trying to fill trucks
with relief supplies and get
volunteers to help deliver
them in Louisiana and Mis-
sissippi. To help with trucks,
call Mark Rom at 650-2917.
Will Cogburn, 484-4854, is
coordinating volunteers.
Relief T-shirts
In conjunction with Screen
Print Plus of Cape Coral,
Hurricane Katrina "Rebuild-
ing the Future Together" T-
shirts are for sale for $10 at
area Mel's Diners and Big Al's
Sports Grills, with 100 percent
of proceeds benefiting the
American Red Cross Disaster
Relief Fund. Mel's Diner in
Venice is located at 1763
South Tamiami Trail, near the
new Lowe's.
Donation and volunteer
registration sites
The Community Disaster
Preparedness Committee of
the Community Alliance of
Sarasota County is working
with nonprofit agencies to
coordinate their disaster relief
efforts for those affected by
Hurricane Katrina.
Donations. Financial con-
tributions are preferred; how-
ever, other types of donations
are being collected by the fol-
lowing agencies:
The Salvation Army, 954-
HOPE, at 1400 10th St., Sara-
sota, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., seven
days a week, will accept cash
donations, and any size
donation of personal hygiene
items, baby products and
non-perishable food. Cloth-
ing and water are not needed
at this time.
The Southwest Florida
Chapter of the American Red
Cross, is accepting financial


contributions for the Disaster
Relief Fund. Checks should
be made out to the American
Red Cross Disaster Relief
Fund and may be mailed to
2001 Cantu Court, Sarasota,
FL 34232. Donations can also
be made with credit card by
calling (800) HELP NOW or by
visiting redcross.org. Those
who can donate and deliver
bulk relief supplies by the
tractor trailer can contact
379-9300, Ext. 233 for more
information.
Volunteers. Residents who
wish to volunteer their time
must register. There is an
immediate need for volun-
teers who are able to deploy
to one of the affected areas for
a minimum of two weeks and
be willing to stay in hardship
conditions. Other types of
volunteers from this area may
be needed at a later date. To
register as a volunteer, call
Friendship Volunteer Center
at 953-5965 or register online
at 1-800-volunteer.org.
There is also an immediate
need for volunteers with an
active medical license. Those
volunteers should contact the
Sarasota County Medical Re-
serve Corps volunteer co-
.ordinator Pat Jaffe at 861-
2717.'
Liberty Savings
Bank aids victims
Liberty Savings Bank and
the American Red Cross have
joined forces to raise money
for the victims of Hurricane
Katrina. Staff members of
Liberty Savings Bank will be
accepting donations for the
American Red Cross at all
Liberty Savvings Bank Finan-
cial Centers.
By making a financial
donation to support hurri-
cane relief efforts, the Red
Cross can provide shelter,
food, counseling and other
assistance to those affected
by Hurricane Katrina. Money


is truly the best way to help
the American Red Cross assist
devasted victims. Cash,
checks and money orders will
be accepted.
Sweetbay makes,
accepts donations
Sweetbay Supermarket
announced today that it will
make a $250,000 donation to
the American Red Cross
Disaster Relief Fund in con-
junction with sister compa-
nies Hannford Bros., Kash n'
Karry and Food Lion, all
members of Delhaize Amer-
ica.
In addition to the compa-
ny's donation, Sweetbay
Supermarket has established
a fund-raising program at 19
Sweetbays and 88 Kash n'
Karry stores where customers


can donate in any amount
they choose at the registers.
The funds raised will go to the
American Red Cross Disaster
Relief Fund. The program is
scheduled to run through
Sept. 17.
Vets needed
The United States Depart-
ment of Agriculture, Animal
and Plant Inspection Service
is looking for volunteers (vet-
erinarians, veterinary techni-
cians and assistants, veteri-
nary students) to assist in
Hurricane Katrina recovery
efforts and in future natural
and animal disease emergen-
cies. E-mail EmergencyVMO
@aphis.usda.gov with the
subject line "New NAHERC
Volunteer" for more informa-
tion.


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Knights Trail Road is home
to several of the area's largest
industrial employers, includ-
ing PGT Industries and Tervis
Tum-bler, and is expected to
become the home for two
concrete mining operations
and a retail-residential de-
velopment that will include a
20-screen movie theater.
As all of that development
is within city limits, Sarasota
County officials have deter-
mined Venice is responsible
for 98 percent of the needed
improvements. The county

OTHER PROJECTS
Here's a recap of other trans-
portation issues affecting the
Venice area., according to a
report from city planners:
INTERSTATE 75 -
FDOT plans to widen 1-75
from Laurel Road to Jacaranda
Boulevard from four to eight
lanes by 2012.
U.S. 41 BYPASS Initial
right of way cost estimate to
widen from four to six lanes
are S50 million, but FDOT and
local officials hope to cut that
amount in half
by the end of October. One
idea is to eliminate the bike
lanes on U S. 41 Bypass.
PINEBROOK ROAD -
Sarasota County extension of
Pinebrook from East Venice
Avenue to Center Road
expected to be done by the
end of October.
HONORE-PINEBROOK
Sarasota County design
work being done for the
extension north from Laurel
Road to State Road 681. Cost
is estimated at $53 million,
and construction should
be done by 2012.
PUBLIC POCKET PARK
City project at nearly
595,000 to build a pocket park
as a shaded bus stop/ public
park along U.S. 41 Business in
the Publix parking lot. Venice
is seeking state grants to
cover the cost.
SCAT CHANGES -
In October, county commis-
sioners will decide whether to
accept a three-year contract
as the Transportation
Coordinator. This provides
public transportation to those
with qualified disabilities and
hardships, but who live out-
side of an established bus
route. It is unclear who will
transport people living in rural
areas if SCAT refuses to accept
the contract.


landfill's only access is at this
intersection, but county offi-
cials have decided this only
amounts to about 2 percent of
the impact.
Black continues to push for
the county to extend Knights
Trail Road to Clark Road and
make it another north-south
connector. As of now, Knights
Trail dead ends about 4 miles
north of Laurel Road at the
county landfill.
"Ultimately, Knights Trail
needs to be extended north to
Clark Road," Black said. "But
that's not going to happen
without an act of the county
commissioners."
The county is designing
the project now, and it should
go out to bid next summer.
Construction is expected start
at some point next summer.
As for the high cost, the
county's scope-of-project re-
port states the job will include
traffic lights, additional turn
lanes, bicycle lanes, sidewalks
and a new stormwater reten-
tion pond. Knights Trail Road
would be extended from two
to a total of six lanes at the
intersection.
Once finished, another 1.6
lane miles will have been
added.
Auburn Road light
Planning commissioner
Larry Grimard wanted to
know why the traffic light isn't
in at the Auburn Road and
East Venice Avenue intersec-
tion. The city lifted a ban on


new development in the area
in July 2004 after county offi-
cials signed a deal to make the
improvements.
Nearly 14 months later,
work still hasn't started and
the latest projection is for a
March 2006 completion date.
Grimard held up a county


memo from earlier this year
stating the light would be
done by the end of September.
Waterford Companies will
make the intersection im-
provements, but the private
developer was told to wait by
Sarasota County while its
planners came up with a new
alignment, Caillouette told
commissioners.
Classic overspending
Projects at Venice Avenue
Bridge and Border Road also
drew criticism as "classic
overkill," in the words of city
council member Rick Tacy,
the ex officio to the planning
commission.
A half-mile stretch of
Border Road is finally being
paved at a cost of $3.1 million
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As for wheelchair ramps-
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"de-list" plans include Curry
Creek, North Creek, South
Creek, Catfish Creek, Clower
Creek and Elligraw Bayou. All
have long been monitored for
fecal coliform and other pol-
lutants that drain into coastal
estuaries.
And while the Peace River
does not run through Sara-
sota County, it will be tapped
for 13 million gallons of local
drinking water a day when an
expensive plan to expand
plant and treatment facilities
is completed.
Agriculture and phosphate
businesses have badly dam-
aged the river.
Maximum loads
The U.S. Clean Water Act
was adopted by Congress to
"restore and maintain the
chemical, physical and bio-


logical integrity of the nation's
waters." It gives the U.S.
Environmental Protection
Agency authority to imple-
ment pollution control pro-
grams.
All 50 states are required
to identify and prioritize
impaired waters on a list, and
establish "total daily maxi-
mum loads" of pollutant
discharges each of the im-
paired waters can receive.
Federal authorities review
and either approve or re-
quire changes to each, state
list.
In 1999, the Florida
Legislature adopted a Water-
shed Restoration Act and
authorized the Florida De-
partment of Environmental
Protection to identify im-
paired waters throughout the
state.


The act directed agency
officials to develop a compre-
hensive anti-pollution pro-
gram.
To classify each of the
lakes, rivers, bays and estuar-
ies, state officials devised an
Impaired Waters Rule that
designates them for various
uses such as aquatic life,
recreation, or fish and shell-
fish consumption and
establishes total daily maxi-
mum load levels.
The federal lawsuit
charged not only that
Florida changed its rules to
"de-list" hundreds of pollut-
ed water bodies, but the
U.S. Environmental Protect
Agency violated the Clean
Water Act when it approved
a 2002 state list that excluded
waters with high mercury
contents.


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1 The two-hour workshop,
'|heduled for 10 a.m. Tues-
.ay in the community room
jt city hall, will have an over-
"iew of findings from the
\valuation and Appraisal Re-
'ort that must be submitted
' the state.
Time for public comment
not listed on the agenda.
enhancementt areas'
Discussions will include
review of community con-
itions, planning issues and
community enhancement
areas which is basically
anotherr term for redevelop-
"ient. The three key areas
i Venice would be the U.S.
'1 Business corridor on the
.land, historic downtown
-nd the U.S. 41 Bypass/
Aboard Avenue area.
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which area should be the first
priority.
Before city planners can
even decide that, they must
determine what type of com-
munity Venice should be -
retirement, resort or year-
round residential. Many peo-
ple view Venice, with a medi-
an age of 68, as a city that
caters to retirees rather than
tourists and full-time resi-
dents.
In the city manager's opin-
ion, Venice needs a blend of
all three in order to be the
most successful.
"Once you're out of season,
you lose the visitor compo-
nent," Black said. "That
raises the issue of sustainabil-
ity. ... Business from that six
months has to last (retailers)
the entire year."
That may be one of the
reason few chain stores and


restaurants are on Venice
island. Other than the Publix
grocery store, nearly every
business is independently
owned. Many shut down for
long stretches during the
summer.
Places like Starbucks cof-
fee which just passed on
building on the island --
need customers the entire
year in order to build in
Venice.
City staff already have a
handful of ideas for the three
"enhancement areas." Some
of these concepts include:
U.S. 41 Business -
Creation of the Venetian
Urban Design Overlay
District to promote pedestri-
an-friendly redevelopment
and encourage construction
of shops, restaurants and
other tourist-drawing activi-
ties. The city also is develop-


BEACHES

ENTERTAINMENT

HISTORY


ing a master plan for Venice
Municipal Airport that could
lead to a marina, hotel and
aviation-based businesses.
a Historic downtown -
-Debate on more parking,
improved pedestrian walk-
ways aiid signs and public
parks continues. Strict ap-
pearance standards remain
in place, as' do height re-
strictions of 35 feet. with
the option of another 10
feet through council ap-
proval.
a U.S. 41 Bypass/Seaboard
Avenue City staff continue
to wait for Sarasota County
to resume talks on a joint-
planning agreement, the first
of its kind between the two
governmental bodies. The
city manager said Venice is
waiting for the county after it
raised procedural questions
and then key staff left for


other jobs. Initially, an agree-
ment was to be in place by the
end of October.'
If it is ever signed, such an
agreement would dictate
what type of redevelopment
could occur along the entire
bypass corridor, especially
along the city's industrial dis-
trict next to the Intracoastal
Waterway.
Tuesday's meeting will put
in the wheels in motion to set
up the development scheme
within the city and identify
the major activity centers in
Venice, according to Black.
"It's really trying to get
(council and planning com-
mission) to think in terms of
that for years to come," Black
said.

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Residents asked that over-
passes be built to tie county
Rails to Trails areas in with
current and future parks.
Mixed-use development
of commercial units on the
street level with residences
on second floors was asked
for by some. Expansion of
the commercial area be-
tween Colonia Lane and
Pocono Trail from U.S. 41 to
Nash Avenue was suggested
by others.
Going through phases
Construction in the 22-
month period will be in four
phases, according to the state
transportation department.
The first will involve the new
roadway to the east side of the
right of way line. The second
will involve the shift of traffic
to the east side while the west
side is under construction.
- Split traffic and medians
will be built, and removal of
temporary asphalt will con-
sume the third phase. Turn
lanes, permanent signals and
median openings will be
completed in the fourth
phase.
Two lanes of traffic will be
open to motorists at all times
during the 22 months.
Beautification will be per-
formed by the county when
highway construction is com-
pleted. Plans call for land-
scaping in the medians of U.S.
41 that will include cabbage
palms, live oaks, crepe myr-
tles and other foliage.' Paved
decorative medallions at the
intersections of the highway
and Albee and Colonia roads
will be installed by the county.
Additional street and pedes-
trian lighting is also sched-
uled.


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There will be a celebration
of the Venice Beach renour-
ihihment project at 6 p.m.
Friday, Sept. 9, adjacent to
the beach pavilion at the west
end of West Venice Avenue.
The ceremony ,, ,,;' pc.iponed
from on Aug. 26 because of
Hurricane Katrina.
Various government repre-
sentatives from city; state and
federal levels will be on hand
and participate in the ceremo-
nial "tossing out of the last
bucket," according to Venice
Public Information Officer
Pam Johnson. Instead of cut-
ting a ribbon, small buckets of
sand will be dumped on the
beach to mark its reopening.
Members of the Nokomis
Beach drum cicl,' ,vili per-
form after the ceremony.
Attendees for the ceremony
and drum circle are asked to
bring their own chairs.
1 The event celebrates the
conclusion of the b,ach
renourishment project. This
was the first of five renourish-
ment prciject., to t.aile pla.:e
every 10 years following the
original nouri'i,rsrnt project,
Which took place in two
phases in 1994 and 1996.
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that had erosion since. the
original n.u 'li'renri. The LI S.
Army Corps of Fii-,.?4-i
began the project in May,.
The city of Venice was the .
sponsoring agency. Weeks
Marine Inc. was the contractor
responsible for doing the work.
Money for the $12 million
shore protection project came
from several sources, includ-
ing the Federal Emergency
Management Agency, which
contributed funds for the
shoreline protection after four
hurricanes came through the
Gulf of Mexico last year to
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FRIDAY
SEPT. 9,2005


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


SLadies snap skid against North Port


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Who will be new

softball coach?


of coaching vacancies to fill |i 7
over the summer.
Replacements have been
named in all but one sport. -
girls softball.
Athletics director Larry
Sandburg said he has received
a handful of applications, but .
he wants to take a longer look
before naming a successor to
Amy Kanter.
"It's last chance to get in,"
said Sandburg. "We have
some good candidates. The
program will be in good "N' "";
hands."
Anyone interested in the SUN PHOTOS BY.
job should call Sandburg at VHS' Ashley Graf spikes during second game action again:
Pron488-6726 today or Monday. Venice is 5-2 after its victory against North Port in district

By the way, work has finally
begun on the girls softball BY CLAUDE LEWIS from an early deficit in g
concession stand/press box. SPORTS EDITOR one and went on to p
This project has been years in 25-15, 25-17 and 25-12
the making and picked up and Volleyball involves a lot of tory over visiting North
dropped more than a hot timing, both on and off the Thursday night.
potato. Let's hope they can get court. Venice improved tc
this done in time for the sea- Catching Venice in the while North Port is now
son opener (February). midst of a rare, two-match North Port jumped
a losing streak isn't the best Venice early, running o
A get-well to former Venice time to face Venice. an 11-4 lead in game
High boys basketball coach The Lady Indians rallied The Lady Indians cam
Tom McLaughlin, who ripped
an Achilles tendon while play-
ing pick-up hoops in North Indians h
Port. T-Mac still teaches phys
ed at VHS and isa popular fig- chilling in a city that r
ure at 1 Indian Avenue. chilling' in a city that
&..-sleeps.
Joe DiGiacomo has been The Venice High vw
saying it all summer long football team is hoping 1
don't get excited about the a little partying Friday
Phillies, they'll only break your in an outskirt of Miami c
heart. Opa Locka.
The Indians will trave
A week ago, things were miesIouhand'1acrs
looking great. The Phils had miles south and across
won two of three against the state to take on oneofth
Mets and then last Friday took private schools inthat ar
the first of three against the .. Monsignor Pace High -
Nationals. 7:30 p.m. start.
.. This will be the
They were leading the wild T oe Vibe ha p
card and looking to pad it.rn. to start the season.
Then in a period of five Two weeks ago, it
days, the Phils went from Lak e... ksi i w ich
leading the wild card chase to Lakeland High, which
barely in it. They lost two to andisNo. 1 inClass n
the Nats and then three in a and is No. 1 inClass5A.
row to the Astros. SUN PHOTO BY JEFF TAVARES, last week, Venice pl
Watching on high-def plas- Venice quarterback Matt Riverview, which is No.
ma, DiGiacomo said the boo- Wickwire has been a bit Class 6A. Friday night
ing hit a crescendo in dejected lately after two Pace, which is No. 4 in
Wednesday's blown opportu- straight losses.ing two "They have a great
nity against the Astros. opponents in a tri-match at and p program Veniceat
Now, all we can do is root Lemon bay and program, Venice
for the Yankees to catch and coach Nick Coleman
defeat the Red Sox and loud- BY CLAUDE LEWIS "They're coached very w
mouth Curt Schilling, pum- SPORTS EDITOR Pace had its season op
meling them back down to the canceled by Hurri
depths where they belong. A few years ago, Will Smith Katrina and the Spar
The Yanks are at the Trop rapped out in a hip-hop tune were surprised last Frida
this coming Tuesday, "Welcome to Miami, Buen- American Heritage, whi
Wednesday and Thursday. Be venidos a Miami." No. 5 ne would be leA.
there! It was about partying and Onbelieve would be H heritage
. believe the Heritage g
All this bad publicity about
T.O. Then I hear on the radio
that he spent his day off Cross country gets fir
Wednesday picking up the
spirits of evacuees at the
Astrodome. T.O. ain't that bad
of a guy. He' just.a little flaky. Venice Invitational this Saturday at Pinebrook

SENIOR Park.
SOFTBALL STANDINGS
BY CLAUDE LEWIS /regional.
FINAL WEDNESDAY SILVER SPORTS EDITOR Clark believes a sw
W L GB from Class 4A to 3A will b
rs Specialties 3 0 -- Brenda Clark enters her fit the team.
WGACA Trainers 2 1 1 fifth year as coach of the "Riverview and Sara
Critter Landscaping 2 2 1.5 Venice High girls cross coun- are no longer in our cl
Tu Be Computers 1 2 2 try team. she said.
Rugs As Art 1 2 2 tryteam. she said.
Palmer Ranch Travel 1 4 3 The Indian teams begin Clark certainly has
the 2005 season with the guns to top last year's effo
RESULTS, SEPT. 7 Venice Invitational Saturday First off, Steph
Specialties 12 morning at Pinebrook Park. Korszen will be back for
Peluso Air 8, Tu Be Computers 6 Clark has had some mighty senior year. She was a Coi
RugsAs Art 14, Palmer Ranch Travel 12 fine runners and squads over Champion in 2003 and
WGACA Trainers 8, Critter the years. In fact, the Lady won many races in her
Indians won two meets last ried career.
WEDNESDAY GOLD year the Lemon Bay and Korszen, and up,
w L GB Manatee invitationals. sophomore Chelsea Rose
American Torch Tip 10 -.
Hap's Honda 1 0 Clark is optimistic that her running comparable tim
Custom Homes o 1 1 girls can improve on their dis- practice. Clark believes 1
Total Athlete 0 1 1 trict and regional perfor- can crack 19 minutes be
RESULTS, AUG. 10 mances from a year ago. the season is out.
Hap's Honda 26, Total Athlete 10 Venice was seventh in the "There seems to be a b
Torch Tip 21, Custom Homes 14 district meet and 13th at a rivalry," Clark said. "T


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kills. Trimble had five aces
and 24 assists. Cooke had a
huge night with eight kills
and seven aces.
Venice plays Tuesday at
Southeast. The next home
match is Thursday against
Charlotte.
RIVERVIEW TOPS LADY
INDIANS Venice lost its
second road match in as
many days, falling at
Riverview Wednesday night
in five games.
Venice, which lost at St.
Thomas Aquinas Tuesday,
saw its record dip to 4-2.
Venice won the first game
against Riverview, 25-21,


but then fell 25-21 and 25-
20. The Lady Indians came
back to win 25-23 to force a
fifth and deciding game.
Riverview won 15-9.
Big middle Dana Dumas
had 21 kills to lead Venice.
Casey Taylor added nine
kills. Setter supreme Nickie
Halbert had 41 assists.
Riverview (5-1), which
was lifted by 'a vociferous
crowd, was led by the amaz-
ing Lindsey Pflugner, who
combined 21 kills with 22
digs.
Outside hitter Emily
Werner had 13 kills, 20 digs,
three blocks and four aces.


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IEFF TAVARES, JTAVARES@VENICEGONDOLIER.COM
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match play.


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strong to win going away
behind the hitting of Dana
Dumas and the serving of
Michaela Trimble, Nickie
Halbert and Marla Cooke.
The Lady Bobcats were
stubborn in the second
game, pulling to within 22-
17. Cooke served out to reg-
ister the W for the Venetians.
Dumas finished with 11


Venice High's Julie Howlett fields a serve during Thursday
game against North Port High School. Danielle Witte looks on.


Lope to set 'Pace' in Miami


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was a wake-up call for Pace.
The Spartans should come
out aroused against the
Indians.
"They're a physical team,"
Coleman said. "The.y have
great linebackers. They run a
wing-T offense. They run
doubles. They mix it up."
Venice was respectable in
the 35-7 loss at Lakeland. The
Dreadnaughts broke open a
close game with a couple of
touchdowns late in the fourth
quarter.
The Indians had last week's
game against Riverview in
hand, leading 19-0 late in the
third quarter before Murphy's
Law took over. Venice ended
up on the wrong side of a 20-
19 score.
And now Pace.
"Without a doubt, every
game is important,"
Coleman said. "We need a
win to get it going."

Weekly award winners
announced at Tuesday's
Linebacker Club included
Ray Popp (Defensive Player of
the Week), Kyle Poinsett
(Offense), Matt Gouge
(Special Teams) and Tyler
Spann (Rudy).
DIRECTIONS To get to


Pace, take 1-75 south and then
across Alligator Alley. When
you get across the state, con-
tinue south on 1-75. Merge
onto FL-826 N via Exit 1A.
Take the exit toward NW 37th
Ave./Douglas Road. Stay
straight to go onto NW 167th
St. Turn right onto NW 32nd
Ave./Spartan Boulevard.
Give yourself more than
three hours for the trip.


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Girls golfers win 2 more


STAFF REPORT

The Venice High girls golf
team remained undefeated
on the season after beating
two opponents in a tri-match
at Lemon bay Golf and
Country Club on Thursday.
The Lady Indians shot a
170 to down Lemon Bay (204)
and Port Charlotte (243).


Venice is now a perfect 7-0.
Casey Kennedy was low
score on the day with a 39.
Megan Clipse and Crystal
Smith were next in line with
42s. Lindsay Hinshaw shot a
47. Katie Kennedy was at 48.
All of the above individual
scores were lower than any
shot by Lemon Bay or Port
Charlotte girls.


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are pushing each other. Each
wants to be No. 1."
Number three is senior
Genna Jones, who has been a
very good runner the past
couple of years for the Green
and White.
Number four should be
Erin McCullough, a junior
who continues to improve
nearly every time out. She will
be an important part of the
team this year.
Vying for the fifth spot are
senior Katie Pfost and sopho-
more Kim Pinkerton.
Clark has a whopping 20
runners out for the team this
year. A lot of the girls are soft-
ball players. There are no
freshmen.
Other seniors include
Molly Brandow and Courtney
Bennett. Juniors include Sara
Wilcox, Veronica Bourorda
and Felicia Taylor.
Sophomores are Nikki


Clark, Sarah Britton, Jessica
Konecnik, Emily Korszen and
Tiffany Miller.
There is renewed interest
in the Venice High boys cross
country program. The new
coach is Jason Potter. There
are 15 boys on the team.
Leading runners include Kyle
Brunette and Wade Consul.
This year's Venice
Invitational will begin at 8
a.m. at the Garbrandt Soccer
Complex.
Among the schools partici-
pating are Barron Collier,
Bishop Verot, Booker,
Bradenton Christian,
Cardinal Mooney, Lakewood
Ranch, Lely and Manatee.
CROSS COUNTRY
SCHEDULE
SEPT. 10- VENICE INVI-
TATIONAL, 8 a.m.; SEPT. 17
- at Lemon Bay Invitational,
8 a.m.; SEPT. 24 at


KORSZEN
Manatee Invitational, 7:30
p.m.
OCT. I at Charlotte
Invitational, 8 a.m.; OCT. 8 -
at Manasota Invitational, 8
a.m.; OCT. 15 .- at North Port
Invitational, 8 a.m.; OCT. 22
- County Meet at Oscar
Scherer, 3:30 p.m.; OCT. 29 -
District Meet at North Fort
Myers.
NOV 5 Region Meet at
Lakewood Ranch; NOV 12 -
State Meet at Dade City.







FRIDAY, SEPT. 9, 2005 VENICE GONDOLIER SUN 9A


Vikings open



season in



Englewood


STAFF REPORT


The Venice Vikings youth
football organization
opened its 2005 season last
Saturday with Pop Warner
Peace River Complex games
against the Englewood Cats
organization played at the
San Casa Complex in
Englewood East.
The Vikings won three of
the five tackle games played.
The Warriors captured the
Midget Division game, 29-6.
The Crusaders shut out
Englewood, 20-0, at the
Junior Midget level. In Pee
Wees, the Lancers prevailed
32-6. The Knights dropped a
tough 7-6 encounter at the
Junior Pee Wee level.
Englewood defeated the
Kings 13-0 at Mitey Mites.
The Vikings will play home
openers this Saturday against
the Naples Titans at Letson
Stadium.
Following are highlights
from each game played in
Englewood:
WARRIORS 29, COUGARS
6 Michael Green rushed
for 98 yards and two touch-
downs to lead the Warriors to


victory. He scored the first TD
from three yards out and later
from 35 yards out. Evan
Boone had a seven-yard TD
run and Taryn Laws scored
the final TD on a six-yard run.
Boone ended up with 50
yards rushing. Clay Burton
rushed for 22 yards and Laws
,20 yards.
Rashad McRae completed
a 32-yard pass to Boone.
Green led the Warriors in
tackles. Carlton Parham and
Clay Burton had fumble
recoveries.
CRUSADERS 20, PAN-
THERS 0 Josh Boyle had
two long touchdown runs to
lead the Crusaders to this
hard-fought victory.
Boyle scored on a 40-yard
run in the first quarter and
broke free for a 58-yard TD
run in the second quarter. Kye
Rogers tallied the Crusaders
first TD on a 50-yard punt
return.
Jeremy Presley made one
of three conversion kicks.
The Crusaders piled up
192 rushing yards with Boyle,
Rogers, Chris Baldwin, Cam-
eron Alarcon, Tyler Soltis and
Colton Schuchert lugging the


An unidentified Crusader player appears headless during Pop Warner action last Saturday in Englewood.


ball.
Defensively, Christian
Allen, Cody Sallis, Jordan
Keefe, Zach Christian and
Brice Holt wee tough up
front. Linebackers Kyle
Ridley, Dino Fanti and Colton
Schuchert were mobile. Boyle
and Joe Iorio covered the cor-
ners. Rogers played safety.
Keefe had five tackles and
Allen had four. Allen and Holt
had fumble recoveries. Iorio
had an interception.
LANCERS 32, ENGLE-


WOOD 6 The Lancers'
smashmouth style was
extremely effective against
overmatched Englewood in
this Pee Wee contest.
The offensive line opened
holes the whole game..
David Doll, Zach Flerlage,
Frankie Gionfriddo and
Michael Iorio all scored
touchdowns.
Long-gainers included a
35-yard run by Nick Carcione
and a 15-yarder by Wesley
Ojeda.


Defensive standouts
included lorio, Josh Hewitt
and Garrett Johnson. Johnson
wreaked havoc at nose guard
and pressured the quarter-
back all afternoon.
BOBCATS 13, KINGS 0 -
Englewood scored twice on
runs of 85 and 25 yards.
The Kings came close to
scoring. Joey Morgan had a
65-yard run. Jarrod Hewitt
caught a pass covering 50
yards. Austin Sackhar rushed
for 40 yards.


Defensively, Cody Hanna
led the way with eight tackles.
Rhett Dinka and Matt Carlson
had six apiece. Ben Reid had
an interception.
TINY MITES The
Norsemen played well
against Englewood. Sage Lee
scored a touchdown. Kolbie
ward and Jacob Pratt had eye-
opening runs. Outstanding
blocking by Dave Reister and
Phil Bresette. Devon Hill and
Tanner were defensive jug-
gernauts.


SPORTS BRIEFS


Pine View hammers
Booker Nation
The Pine View School's
middle school volleyball
team opened its season in
fine fashion at Booker Nation
Wednesday, winning twice
25-6 and 25-7.
Pine View, the defending
county champion, is looking
to "two-peat" this fall. Next up
is Venice Area Middle School
on Monday.
Taylor Capasso had 12 ser-
vice points and four kills.
Maureen Dai also had four
kills. Noelle Leverentz had 11
service points. Mollie Farrell
and Kaylyn Halbert also
loomed large and in charge.
VHS softball
golf tournament
The third annual Venice
High Softball Golf Tourna-
ment will take place Satur-
day, Oct. 15, with the rain date
Saturday, Oct. 22. The shot-
gun start will be at 8:30 a.m.
It will be a four-man
scramble at Lake Venice Golf
Club. The cost is $60. It
includes 18 holes with cart,
continental breakfast, barbe-
cue lunch, beer and soft
drinks, range balls, raffle
prizes and cash awards.
Contests include closest to
the pin, longest drive,
straightest drive and putting.
Hole sponsorship is avail-


able for $50.
Mail checks to Venice High
Softball Boosters, P.O. Box
774, Venice, 34284.
JV boys open with win
The Venice High boys
junior varsity golf team
defeated Booker Wednesday,
173-178, at Bobby Jones Golf
Club in Sarasota.
Booker's Seth Templeton
was low scorer at 39. Venice
showed lots of balance with
Josh Ehrlich (40), Brian Dean
(43), Patrick Sherman (45),
Eric Beiling (45) and David
Panfil (45) delivering.
Venice (1-0) played the
North Port JVs Thursday at
Lake Venice Golf Club.
1 service points. Mollie
Farrell and Kaylyn Halbert
also loomed large and in
charge.
Venice Vikings tryouts
The Venice Vikings semi-
pro football team will hold
.tryouts' from 10 a.m.-1 p.m.
on Sunday, Sept. 11, at
Wellfield. The cost to try out is
$25. Paperwork must be filled
out at the tryout. Then play-
ers will be timed and evaluat-
ed by the coaching staff. The
head coach this season is
Rich "D Train" Deto. The
Vikings play in the Southern
States Football League. The
season runs from late January
to April. For more informa-


tion on the tryout, call 468-
5606.
YMCA Saturday youth
hoops clinics
Venice High boys basket-
ball coach Steve Cavallaro will
be holding youth basketball
clinics in conjunction with
the Venice YMCA. The clinics
are for kids in grades three
through eight. They will take
place 1-4 p.m. Saturday,
Sept. 10 through Oct. 15 at the
Venice High north gym. The
cost is $30 for all. For more
information, call the Y at 492-
9622.
Faulkner Hitting Camp
The Faulkner Hitting
Camp will be unfolding over
the next several weeks at the
Venice High complex.
Ages 7-11 will meet on
Monday Sept. 12, 19, 26 and
Oct. 3, 10, 24. Ages 12 and up
wil meet Tuesdays, Sept. 13,
20, 27 and Oct. 4, 11, 25. The
times are 5:30-7:30 p.m. The
cost is $25 each night.
S For more information,
contact Craig Faulkner at 412-
3611.
Diamond
Boosters seek autos
The Venice Diamond Bo-
osters are looking for used
cars to be donated for a raffle


during the 2006 Venice High
baseball season. Older model
Mustangs, Camaros or
Firebirds would be ideal.
Anyone who can help should
call Tom Weatherholt at 941-
650-3141.
Golf scramble
to benefit VAYSA
The Venice Area Youth
Soccer Association will hold
its annual golf tournament on
Saturday, Sept. 17, at Lake
Venice Golf Course.
Breakfast and lunch are
provided. There will be cash
prizes, raffle prizes, longest
drive and closest to pin. A
four-person scramble format
will be used. The cost is $60
per player or $220 per team.
Call Mike Bartlett at 497-
7295 or Mike Lasorso at 493-
7589 to register.
Linebacker Club
meets Tuesdays
The Linebacker Club
meets at noon every Tuesday.
This is the first year the
Linebacker Club is meeting at
Buffalo Bill's, which is located
in the Holiday Inn on the
bypass. Anyone interested in
local youth football is invited
to attend. The lunches begin
at noon. There is a review of
the previous week's high
school game, a preview of the


upcoming game, talks from
coaches and player awards.
Discount night
at speedway
Realizing that the skyrock-
eting price of gasoline is tak-
ing a toll on travel these days,
Charlotte County Speedway
will be lowering its adult
admission price for this
Saturday, Sept. 10, from.$15
to $12.
The $3 discount is roughly
the cost of a gallon of gaso-
line,
The $12 admission price
($10 for senior citizens and $3
for children ages 11 and
under) will allow folks to load
up the car and see nine differ-
ent types of racing.
There will be a 50-lap fea-
ture for Sportsman cars. This
will be the first fall season
appearance at CCS by the
Sportsman cars.
There will be point races
for Super Stocks, Road
Warriors, Thunder Trucks and
4-Cylinders. Special divisions
include Three-Quarter Midg-
ets and the Pocket Bikes.
A special Flag-Pole race
will also take place. This .is a
fun and challenging event for
spectators. Speedway fleet
cars will be used.
Fan participation oval
drags will also thrill fans dur-


ing intermission. Folks use
their own street cars for this
competition.
The front gates will open at
4 p.m. and racing will begin at
7 p.m.
Charlotte County Speed-
way, a 3/8-mile paved oval, is
located off Exit 161 of 1-75 on
Piper Road in Punta Gorda.
For more information, call
(941)-575-7223.
Crow's Nest
Regatta in early October
The 28th annual Crow's
Nest Regatta events are
scheduled for Oct. 1, 5 and 8.
The Crow's Nest Regatta is,
composed of three sailing
events.
Saturday, Oct. 1, the Venice
Youth Boating Association
with race IODs and
Portsmouth Division on
Robert's Bay.
Wednesday, Oct. 5, the
Venice Women's Sailing
Squadron will race Pram and
Sunfish on Robert's bay.
The Regatta's main event,
to be raced at noon' on
Saturday, Oct. 5, will be on a
course in the Gulf of Mexico
off the Venice jetties.
There is no entry fee for for
Venice Youth Boating
Association races. For entry
information, contact Dave
Strum at 484-7661.


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difficult to come by. However it is clear that individual variation in
susceptibility to dental decay exists under identical, controlled
conditions. This implies that because of genetic differences,
environmental factors can cause more tooth problems for some people
than for others. This indicates that genetic influences may definitely
modify the decay process in individuals.
To be valid, comparisons must be made of the same age groups with
similar dietary and environmental experiences. In all studies, however,
findings indicate that children show a remarkable similarity to their
parents. However, when decay susceptibility of two parents is unlike,
the children's susceptibility tends to be more like that of the mother
than the father. This is particularly evident in daughters. So kids if
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Joel T. Carrington
Joel Thomas Carrington of
North Port died Monday,
Sept. 5, 2005. He was 14.
He was born Dec. 29,1990,
in Florence, S.C., and moved
to North Port seven years ago
from Pennsylvania. He was a
student at Venice Middle
School and a member of the
Peace River Boxing Club.
Survivors include his
mother and stepfather, Tam-
my and John Ochs of North
Port; his father, Paul Haus-
smann of McDonough, Ga.;
his paternal grandmother,
Elaine Haussmann of Palm
Coast, Fla.; his maternal
grandmother, Martha Hund
of Venice; and a brother, Tyler
Haussman of Lockport, Ill.
Services: Visitation will be
Saturday, Sept. 10, noon-2 p.m.,
with a service at 2 p.m., at Ewing,
Funeral Home.
Amilda G. Frisby
Amilda G. Frisby of Fran-


klin, Ohio, and Venice, died
Wednesday, Aug. 31, 2005.
She was 81.
She was
born Feb. 6, -
1924, inA
Franklin and
was a gradu- 1
ate of Frank-
lin High .
School. She
retired from Frisby
Monsanto
Labs after more than 20 years
of service. She was a member
of First Baptist Church of
Franklin.
Survivors include her hus-
, band of 57 years, Frank "Jack";
a son, George of Middletown,
Ohio; three daughters,
Claudia Fallin of Jack-onville,
Fla., Jacki A. Mahlmetster of
College Corner, Ohio, and
Jody Frisby Campbell of
South Vienna, Ohio; a broth-
er, Lloyd Wilson of Sacra-
mento, Calif.; a sister, Betty
Tucker of Franklin; nine


grandchildren; and 11 great-
grandchildren.
Ruth Landes
Ruth Harmon Landes of
Venice died Tuesday, Sept. 6,
2005. She was 95.
She was born Sept. 14,
1909, in Corydon, Ind., and
moved to the area 46 years
ago from Middletown, Ohio.
She was a manager for a
printing shop. She was a
Presbyterian.
Survivors include a step-
daughter, Betty Grunstra of
Brookville, Pa.; and two step-
sons, Thomas of Allenhurst,
N.J., and Clifford of Phila-
delphia, Pa.
Services: Services and burial
will be later in Pennsylvania.
Louis F. Lapeirre
Louis E Lapeirre of Venice
died Thursday, Sept. 1, 2005.
He was 96.
He was born Oct. 28, 1908,
in Detroit, Mich., and moved


to the area in 1973 from
Michigan. He was a retired
mason and a member of the
bricklayers union. He be-
longed to Our Lady of Mt.
Carmel Catholic Church in
Osprey.
Survivors include two
daughters, Jan Galloway of
Winter Springs, Fla., and
Patricia Curry of St. Clair
Shores, Mich.; two stepdaugh-
ters, Dee Gomber of Venice
and Doris Wicksall of East
Lansing, Mich.; four stepsons,
Edward Calomeni of Warren,
Mich., Tony Calomeni of Ray,
Mich., Jim Calomeni of
Lennox, Mich., and Rick
Calomeni of Columbus,
Mich.; 31 grandchildren; 51
great grandchildren;., and one
great-great-grandchild.
Services: Services will be at a
later date. Inurnment will be at
the Resurrection Cemetery in Mt.
Clemons, Mich.
Contributions: Memorial dona-
tions may be made to Covenant


House, Coral Ridge Station, P.O.
Box 39282, Fort Lauderdale, FL
33339.
Marguerite Twomey
Marguerite (Fallona) Two-
mey ofVenice diedWednesday,
Sept. 7,2005. She was 91.
She was born Oct. 27, 1913,
in South Portland, Maine, and
moved to Venice three years
ago. She and her late husband
owned the Ocean Spray Hotel
and Motel in Scarborough,
Maine, for more than 25 years
until her retirement in 1978.
She was a member of Holy
Cross Catholic Church in
South Portland.
Survivors include a daugh-
ter, Marilyn T. Soileau of
Venice; two sones, Richard of
East Lyme, Conn., and Ter-
rance of Scarborough; six
grandchildren; and four
great-grandchildren.
Services: A memorial mass will
be held Saturday, Sept. 17, at 1
p.m. at Epiphany Cathedral.


Interment will be in Calvary
Cemetery in South Portland.
Farley Funeral Home is in charge
of arrangements.
Dorothy I. Wendt
Dorothy I. Wendt of Venice
died Friday, Sept. 2, 2005. She
was 96.
She was bom May 20, 1909,
in Chicago, Ill., and moved to
the area from Madison, Wis.
She worked for St. Luke's
School of Nursing in Daven-
port, Iowa. She was a member
of Epiphany Cathedral.
Survivors include a son,
John C. of Venice; and a sister,
Helen Schultz of Glencoe, Ill.
Services: A Mass of Christian
Burial will be held Friday, Sept. 9,
at 10 a.m. at Epiphany
Cathedral. Ewing Funeral Home
is in charge of arrangements.
Contributions: Memorial dona-
tions may be made to the
Epiphany School Foundation,
316 Sarasota St., Venice, FL
34285.


POLICE BEAT


Sarasota County
Sheriff's Office arrests

Jeffrey C. Floyd, 39, 200
block North Harbor Drive,
Venice. Charge: probation vio-
lation/injunction against re-
peat violence. Bond: $10,000.
Sally L. Scannell, 52, 400
Palmetto Court, Nokomis.
Charges: probation viola-
tion/reckless driving, posses-
sion of marijuana less than 20
grams. Bond: $5,000.
Shawn E Edgecombe, 39,
500 block South Tamiami
Trail, Nokomis. Charges: pro-
bation violation/indecent ex-
posure in a public place, dis-
turbing the peace. Bond:
$5,000.
Anthony D. Carter, 29,
2500 block 19th St., Sarasota.
Charge: contempt/curbside
drinking, driving while
license suspended, DUI.
Bond: no listing.
Clara J. Hendrickson,'49,
2100 block 9th St., Sarasota.
Charge: possession .of drug
paraphernalia. Bond: $120.
&* Anthony I. Ballam, 35- 100
block South Palmetto Road,
Nokomis. Charge: *con-
tempt/nonpayment of child
support. Bond: $1,102.
Ronald K. Harris, 42, 100
block Thrall St., Englewood.
Charge: driving while license
suspended or revoked -
habitual, traffic offender..
Bond: $2,000.
Kurtis G. \Aeichmann,
45, 2200 block Maple St.,
Englewood. Charge: vio-
lation of pretrial release.
Bond: $2,500., '


Investigators say lottery



scam is slick


BY TOMMY MCINTYRE
STAFF WRITER


If you get a letter that states
you've won the Australian
Lottery, or some other lottery,
it is most likely a scam.
A number of Venice area
people have gotten such let-
ters, according to police.
The letter begins:
"Dear (your name):
"Your $475,000 winning is
a result of emerging as a lucky
winner of the Australian
Powerball Award Program
held December 2003 through
compiled names of people
who have entered any con-
tests that involved prize give-
aways, travel packages, chari-
ty donations, sweepstakes/
lotteries or casino/gambling
activities."
The letter goes on to state
that this is the fourth and final
notice and, "if not given
immediate attention, your
winnings will be terminated."
It also* includes the tele-
phone number of someone
the letter claims is the lottery's
"financial service agent, Mr.
Mike Bradley of Australian
Powerball."
That.is followed b',a tele-
phone number which is, not
surprisingly, a nonworking
number.
There are also a few offi-
cial-looking "reference" and
"account" numbers and, o0
course, your "winnhx1ticket"


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number printed on the letter.
It is all under an official-look-
ing letterhead showing two
Australian flags with the
obligatory kangaroos pic-
tured hopping across the
page.
Rubber check
Investigators said the scam
operators are pretty slick. The
con artists even go so far as to
send a check, made out to
you, for as much as $1,600 to
"assist you to cover any legal
and administrative fees in-
volved in your claiming
process."
The check is no good.
While the letter looks legit-
imate on its face, careful read-


PUBLIC NOTICE
DBE OPEN HOUSE
The Sarasota County
Transportation Authority
(SCTA) is sponsoring a Dis-
advantaged Business
Enterprise (DBE) Program
Open House on Friday,
September 23, 2005, from
2:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. in
the Conference Room of
the sarasota, Cunty Area
Transit, Administration
Facility at 5303 Pinkney
.Avenue.; The Authority
requests and encourages
women and minority owned
businesses, that are inter-
ested in becoming a certi-
fied DBE firm to attend the
Open House or contact
SCTA's DBE office. The
purpose of the Open House
is to recruit small business-
es to become suppliers to
SCTA and comment on our
outreach program. For
further information, con-
tact Bruce Begany, DBE
Office at 941-861-1002 or
Fax to 941-861-1000.
PUBLISH: September 9,
2005


NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
SARASOTA COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No.: 2005 CP 6319 NC
Division: PROBATE
IN RE: ESTATE OF
BETTY V. HABERSTROH
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the
estate of Betty V. Haberstroh,
deceased, whose date of
death was June i9, 2005,
and whose Social Security
Number is 157-07-0446, 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 person's having
claims or demands against
decedent's 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.


ing shows numerous gram-
matical errors.
While the scam artists gen-
erally target elderly people, all
ages are vulnerable, police
said.
There are variations of the
Australian Lottery scam, all
designed to separate you
from your wallet.
You may contact the
Venice police if you get one
of these letters at 486-2444.
Do not contact any of the
names that appear on the
letter.
Better yet. just pitch it.

You can e-mail Tommny
Mcintyre at: tncinr're@<'
venicegondolier.corn.


NOTICE TO CREDITORS NOTICE TO CREDITORS NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All other creditors of the dece- NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER and other persons having claims or
dent and other persons having THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A demands against the decedent's
claims or demands against COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON estate myst file their claims with
decedent's estate must file THEM. MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
their claims with this court All other creditors of the dece- THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF


The Sarasota County
Sheriff's Office placed first in
the Special Weapons and
Tactics Team Competition
held Sept. 5 at Knights Trail
Park in Nokomis.
More than a dozen S.WA.T.
Teams from around the state
took part in the Tactical
Entry/Hostage Rescue Event,
S.WA.T. Scramble Event,
Precision Shoot Event and the
Obstacle Course Event. This is
the third year in a row


Sarasota County hosted the
event.
Here are the results for the
first five teams:
1st place Sarasota
County Sheriff's Office
2nd'place Sarasota
Police Department
3rd place Brevard
County Sheriff's Office
4th place Manatee
County Sheriff's Office
5th place -- Collier.
County Sheriff's Office


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OBJECTIONS NOT FILED WITH-
IN THE TIME PERIODS SET
FORTH IN SECTION 733 702 OF
THE FLORIDA PROBATE CODE
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED
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wIIHIN 3 MUNITHS A-FTER dent and other persons having THIS NOTICE. PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE Attorneys for Personal
THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUB- claims or demands against ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2) OR C. Kelley Corbndge
LOCATION OF THIS NOTICE. decedent's estate must file WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS SET MORE YEARS AFTER THE Bechtold & Corbridge P.A
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITH- their claims with this court FORTH IN SECTION 733.702 OF DECEDENT'S' DATE OF DEATH 240 Nokomis Ave South
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Telephone: (941) 474-7753 170 W. Dearborn Street son:'. Probate iheo,.n ,nlt ~r.
Personal Representative: E, npie... Fir. 3j 3- I NOTICE TO CREDITORS rir- 3r..:riaii rSrien.a 3r, n:
David G. Haberstroh 2 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR The administration of the estate of a' a 're r, :.
17 Fairfield Avenue Teleprone 141) 4 '3 SARASOTA COUNTY, FLORIDA PAUL E. RUCH A/K/A PAUL 11" 're' i jr: .:.i .e.:aEni, r.n .
Mine Hill, NJ 07803 Peri,. Cie .en tl. .ROBATE DIVISION EDWARD RUCH, deceased,,. ,' .:,I : iw ,:
Publish: September 9, 16, Audrey Heinze L IN RE: ESTATE OF whose date of death was July 23, fln, 1, I iI T,%.i, ,rr, .:,',url
2005 624 Deerwood Avenue LOUISE C. MANN 2005, is pending in the Circuit WITHIN THE LATER OF THREE
113573 1510814 ewood, Florida 34223 OUIS Deceased, NN Court for Sarasota County Florida, (3) MONTHS AFTER THE DATE
113573 1510814 Englewood, Florida ,34223 Deceased, Probate Division, the address of OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
uiSept erC9,U, File No. 2005-CP-008053-NC which is P.O. Box 3079, Saraso- THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY (30)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR 2005 Ds Fie No. C Po bte ta, FL 34230-3079. The names DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SER-
SARASOTA COUNTY, FLORIDA 113573 1509626 Division. Probate and addresses of the personal rep- VICE OF A COPY OF THIS
PROBATE DIVISION NOTICE TO CREDITORS esentative and the personal repre- NOTICE ON THEM.
iBE DIV 2 SCP7iO N IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR TE T C TO tentative's attorney are set forth All other creditors of the decedent
File No.:2005CP7761NC SARASOTA COUNTY, The administration of the estate of below. and other persons who have claims
Division: PROBATE FLORIDA LOUISE C. MANN, deceased, All creditors of the decedent and or demands against the decedent's
IN RE: ESTATE OF PROBATE DIVISION whose date of death was July 30, other persons, having claims or estate, must file their claims with
ANNA DUNPHY 2005, and whose Social Securiey demands against decedent's this court WITHIN THREE (3)
Deceased. IN RE: ESTATE OF Number is 16528-3243, is pend- estate, on whom a copy of this MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
ecease. GERTRUDE H. BEAN, ing in the Circuit Court for Saraso- notice is required to be served THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
NOTICE TO CREDITORS GERTRUD E H. BEAN, ta County Florida, Probate Division; must file their claims with this Court THIS NOTICE.
The administration of the File Number 2005CP008053NC WITHIN THE LATER OF THREE ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED
estate of Annr, Dunphy, File No: 2005-CP-8299-SC the address of which is Karen E. (3) MONTHS AFTER THE TIME WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS SET
deceased, : -,.:-,-e date of Division: Probate Rushlng, Clerk of the Circuit OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF FORTH IN SECTION 733.702 OF
death was Jul 31 2005 and court, Sarasota County Court THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY (30) THE FLORIDA PROBATE CODE
death was July 31, 2005, and CREDITORS house. RO. Box 3079, Saraso- DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SER- WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
Theadministration of the estate of ta, FL 34230-3079. The name of VICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME
ber is 066-22-0581, is pend- GERTRUDE H. BEAN, deceased, the personal representative and the NOTICE ON THEM. PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE.
ing in the Circuit Court for whose date of death was July 27, name and address of personal rep- All other creditors of the decedent ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2)
Sarasota County, Florida; Pro- 2005, and whose Social Security esentative's attorney are set forth and other persons having claims or YEARS OR MORE AFTER DECE-
bate Division, the address of Number is 089-18-3961, is pend- below., demands against the decedent's DENT'S DATE OF DEATH IS
which is Sarasota County Cir- ing in the Circuit Court for SARA- All creditors of the decedent and estate, must file their claims with BARRED.
cuit Court, O. Box 3079 SOTA County, Florida, Probae Dvi- other persons, who have claims or this court WITHIN THREE (3) THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLI-
cuit Court, P.O. ox 3079, he address of which is O. demands against decedent's MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF CATION OF THIS NOTICE IS
Sarasota, Florida 34230- Box 3079, Sarasota, FL 34230- estate, on whom a copy of this THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF September 9, 2005
3079. The names and 3079 The namesand addresses notice is required to be served THIS NOTICE.
addresses of the personal rep- of thepersonal representative and mustfiletheir claims with this Court ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN Personal Representative:
resentative and the personal the personal representative's attor- WITHIN THE LATER OF THREE THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH 40 South Road
representative's attorney are y are set forth below and3) MONTHS AFTER THE TIME IN SECTION 733702 OF THE Somers, CT 06071
set forth below. All creditors of the decedent and OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF FLORIDA PROBATE CODE WILL
All creditors of the other persons, having claims or THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY 30 BE FOREVER BARRED. Attorney for Personal
All creditors of the decedent DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SER- TIME Attorney Personal
demands againstdecedent's est DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SER- NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME Representative:
and other persons having on whom a copy of this notice is VICE OF A COPY OF THIS PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE, Boone Boone, Boone, Koda &
claims or demands against required tobeservedmustfiletheir NOTICE ON THEM. ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2) Frook,P.A
decedent's estate on whom a claims with this court WITHIN THE All other creditors of the decedent YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE P.O. Box 1596
copy of this notice is required LATER OF THREE (3) MONTHS and persons having claims or DECEDENTS DATE OF DEATH 1001 Avenlda Del Circo
to be served must file their IAFTR THE TIME OF THE FIRST demands against the decedent's IS BARRED Venice, Fl 34284
aiPUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE estate, must file their claims with THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLI- 941) 488-6716
claims with this court WITHIN OR THIRTY (30) DAYS AFTER this court WITHIN THREE (3) CATION OF THIS NOTICE IS Margaret S. Frooek, Esq.
THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF SEPTEMBER 2, 2005. Florida Bar No. 115800
AFTER THE TIME OF THE COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF PUBLISH:
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS THEM. THIS NOTICE. Personal Representative: September 9, 16, 2005
All other creditors of the decedent ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS AND Northern Turst Bank of Florida,


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CFSVP celebrates 10 years ofsf n ofring visits


There is even a working
kitchen for families to share a
meal.
"One woman brings all the
fixings for pancakes so that
she can make and eat break-
fast with her kids," Leis said.

Bigger isn't better
During a typical month,
CFSVP volunteers supervise


close to 100 visits. Of the 45
families supervised in 2005,
42 percent were referred part-
ly because of domestic vio-
lence, 6 percent for sexual
abuse, 46 percent involved
alcohol abuse, and 67 percent
were drug-abuse related.
Since the program began
10 years ago, the CFSVP clien-
tele has grown. Leis wishes


that it hadn't. If the program is
getting more business, then
more families are in need of
being put back together.
"Unfortunately, we are
growing," Leis said. "We'd like
to put ourselves out of busi-
ness."
You can e-mail Christina
Elwell at: celwell@venicegon-
dolier.com.


SUN PHOTO BY JEFF TAVARES, jtavares@venicegondolier.com

Carroll Leis, CFSVP program director, speaks with a volunteer.


CHRISTINA ELWELL
STAFF WRITER

The Children and Families
Supervised Visitation Pro-
gram is celebrating its 10-year
anniversary this fall.
CFSVP is a program of the
Child Protection Center that
helps children connect with
their noncustodial parents in
a safe and supervised envi-
ronment.
"Our kids will not be
threatened in any way, shape
or form. In 10 years, we've
never had a child hurt," said
Carroll Leis, CFSVP program
director. "'The kids feel safe
here."
In certain cases, after a
custody battle the parent who
is not granted custody is
allowed to see his or her child
only while supervised.
Before visitation programs,
people had a hard time figur-
ing out what to do in these sit-
uations. The problem was
that the two parents, who did
not see eye to eye in a rela-
tionship, would likely have a
dispute over who the visita-
tion supervisor should be.


Ears and eyes of the court
"No matter how heinous
we view the situation, most
children love their parents,"
Leis said. "Some of our kids
have lost so much. Their
school; neighborhood,
friends, pets ... They don't
need,, unnecessarily, to lose
the parent also."
Families are sent to CFSVP
through family courts or
through the Safe Children
Coalition. Potential clients
partake in an extensive inter-
view process with the pro-
gram management so that
risk factors can be assessed.
Some potential clients may
be denied service if CFSVP
feels it could not adequately
protect the child.
After a family is approved,
CFSVP provides parents with
volunteers to supervise the
interaction between the child
and parent.
"The focus of this program
really comes from the dedica-
tion of the volunteers," Leis
said, "It's because of them
that we can celebrate 10
years."
More than 50 trained vol-


unteers donate their time to
CFSVEP Although they are -
there to help, they do their
best not to get too involved.
"Supervisors listen and
observe visits but' remain in
the background," Leis said.
"It's a lot like being the eyes
and ears of the courts. When
the judge can't be there to
observe the parent-child
interaction, we observe, doc-
ument and report without
bias."
CFSVP has its own facilities
where the visits take place.
One is located in Soudi
Venice and the other is at the
Sarasota Memorial Hospital
day-care facility..
Each room in the facilities
is designed for children to
have fun. Some are decorated
up for very young children,
with stuffed animals, books
and friendly characters on the
walls. Others are made for
more grown-up kids and
include things like basketball
hoops. The Sarasota base has
an outside playground. ,PHOTO COURTESY OF CARROLL LEIS
"We try to make it as fatmi-
ly friendly as we can," Leis Cheryl Clem and Carroll Leis, program director, are two of the Supervised Visitation Program's
said. child protectors.


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OPINION


PUBLISHER
ROBERT A. VEDDER
PHONE: (941) 207-1000
FAX: (941) 484-8460
13A
FRIDAY
SEPT. 9,2005


OUR VIEW



City within city takes another step to fruition


North Port may not be big enough to
have suburbs, but it's apparently big
enough to have a city built within the
city on land Venetians used to think of as
the southernmost part of their jurisdiction.
DiVosta Homes broke ground last week
on what the developers say will be a self-
contained 830-acre area within the city of
North Port. The. new community known
as Islandwalk at the West Villages is locat-
ed north of River Road. Some day, maybe
within three years, there will be 1,869 homes
in the complex that will be a major part of
the Thomas Ranch development.
Islandwalk could translate into a North
Port population spurt of 8,000 people. The
homes will cost a minimum of $270,000.
Land has already been cleared for 98 acres.


Models should be constructed by December
or January.
It's a well-thought-out plan that shows
the next step in home development. No
longer, as city commissioner Barbara Gross
pointed out, will new homes mean "a
hodgepodge of urban sprawl."
'"We just really want to be in North Port,"
said Steve Kempton, president of DiVosta
Homes Sarasota that has been planning the
development for three years.
Stan Thomas purchased the nearly
8,000-acre Taylor Ranch in 2001 for $78
million. A year later, over Sarasota County
objections, North Port annexed the parcel.
Thomas' Fourth Quarter Properties' pro-
ject, known as the West Villages, will be eight
villages, each a planned development, each


probably going to a different developer.
What people are saying is that Islandwalk,
as will all the villages, will have all the ameni-
ties of a city; that if people don't want to leave
the development, they won't have to. They
can walk or bike to everything they'll need.
North Port city commissioners all but
Vanessa Carusone were at the ground break-
ing say that this is part of the village con-
cept mentioned in the city's comprehensive
plan for growth.
There'll be a convenience store, deli, hair
salon, car wash, gasoline station, fitness cen-
ter and bank. In the plans are a 32,000
square-foot community center, gathering
rooms, two swimming pools, four neighbor-
hood parks, eight lighted clay tennis courts
and a tot lot.


The city has an agreement that the devel-
oper will pay for a water plant at West
Villages. When water and sewer lines have
been constructed, the water plant will be
turned over to the city's utility department,
which will charge homeowners and renters
a monthly fee.
A major gain for the city will be the im-
pact fees that the new homeowners will
pay. That figure will probably be increased
dramatically after the city adjusts its fee
schedule.
The developers say they understand and
accept that the new homeowners will be
paying perhaps double the approximately
$3,000 that new owners have been paying.
North Port is growing. Get ready. Here it
comes.


Across the U.S.A.:


snapshots and


reflections


LORRAINE COCCARO
COLUMNIST


This summer Richard and I
drove to California. What a
country we have!
Even though we traveled
8,219 miles, we experienced
only some of this vast coun-
try. Here are a few impres-
sio _of America.. --_.. _..
America is a country of
enormous production. We
saw it on Route 287 outside
Wichita Falls, Texas, where a
leet of harvesters was led by
a pickup truck and followed
by a fuel tanker. They will be
harvesting a field of ripened
oats that sweeps far off to
the horizon.
We saw it as two locomo-
tives pulled 100 coal cars
across the plains. Later I
counted 125 flat cars, most of
which were loaded with not
one, but two container cars
each. It was later that I won-
dered how much was made
in China.
But we definitely saw pro-
duction at 'its height as we
drove north from Bakersfield,
Calif., on Route 99, passing
square miles, not acres, of
orange, pistachio, olive, apri-
cot, almond and peach trees,
interspersed with grape ar-
bors, fields of tomatoes and
flowers. Oh, how we wish
farmers would put up signs
telling us exactly what they
are'growing.
We saw an increase in
production at NASA Ames
Visitors Center, in Mt. View,
Calif. The speaker described
their super computer, which
is 10 times faster and 10 times
cheaper than the Japanese
Earth Simulator. The com-
puter at Ames can do 61 tril-
lion calculations per second,
enabling the scientists to do
all sorts of simulations and
therefore assess risk more
accurately even hurricane
risk.
I :know we live in an elec-
tronic world, but the Intel
Museum in Santa Clara sup-
ported that by a fact. The
number of transistors that
Intel produced in 2003 was
10 to the 18th power -which
means 10 with 18 zeros after
it. I. am certain they are pro-
ducing even more now.
America is a country of
shoppers and companies
that keep them happy, so
necessary with all this pro-
duction and importation. We'


discovered Ikea, the Swedish
furniture and household
goods store, which is such a
company. It is so large, it took
us the whole day to go
through it. Arrows on the
floor kept us going in the right
direction so as not to miss
anything.
The store has its own
restaurant, where we had
lunch. That made it certain
we: would stay longer than
we originally planned. Later
when we needed a break to
continue, we returned for a
second dessert and coffee.
No wonder it took all day.
America is a country of
change. We saw it as we
entered the town of Chilli-
cothe, Texas. It isa .town that
isn't there.. Ghostly, .boarded-.
up stores line not one but
both sides of the street. Only
a single government building
is tended. A bright red Dairy
Queen had not one customer.
SIn 1950 the population
was 1,411. By 1990 it was
down to 816, with a project-
ed decrease of about 5 per-
cent in the next two years.
Residents probably aban-
doned Chillicothe for the
much larger Quanah, up the
road, or other places with
more opportunity.
In New Mexico, where
Indians long ago stood on
the buttes and hills, wind
turbines now spin out elec-
tricity. Somewhere between
California and Arizona hun-
dreds of big and small wind-
mills also flail their arms
over three low mountains.
Between Phoenix and
Tucson, a discarded pink
tractor speaks to change, as
do the modem buildings in
Silicon Valley.
America is full of the odd.
For example, Arizona does
not observe daylight savings
time, but the Navajo Res-
ervation does. All the time I
was in Arizona I was never
certain of the time.
Utah decided that it is fine
to tax a loaf of bread, and so a
$3.49 price jumps to $3.75 -
a let-them-eat-cake attitude.
And can you imagine a
town named Zzyzx (pro-
nounced Zeye zix, with the
accent on the first syllable)?
It is in the Mojave Desert,
where in 1944 Curtis Springer
just up and settled on 12,800
acres of government land,
which he named Zzyzx.
The pretend minister and
doctor made up the name,
the last in an alphabetical list
of American towns. There he
built a health resort and dis-
tributed quack medicine
through all the states and
some foreign countries until
1974, when the federal gov-
ernment arrested him and
reclaimed its land. It is now
the Desert Study Center.
Most important, America


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LEtidereearch w ORent unrecogEzed


Red tide research went unrecognized


Editor:
Concerning the discovery of a treatment to kill red tide, I
am extremely proud of the teachers and students at Venice
High School who were challenged by Venice City Council to
confirm Mr. Rigby's formula. To my knowledge no other high
school in America has ever achieved such a breakthrough in
any such scientific endeavor.
In 2000, the Venice High School football team won a state
championship. Hundreds of Venickresidents turned out in
Gainesville to see our team win.
However, no accolades have been given to the high school
teachers and students who worked over two years to confirm
Mr. Rigby's formula, and it was done on a shoestring budget
of only $2,000. Mote Marine Laboratory in Sarasota has
received millions of dollars for red tide research for a decade
or more with no tangible results.
I have heard this formula referred to as the "Salk vaccine
of the Sea." But what is being done to put the formula in use?
I certainly hope our political leaders are not holding up use'
of the formula in order for Mote to save face.
The current red tide has lasted nine months, and now there
is something new called a dead zone. It's time to see and read
action by our state representatives and county commissioners.
And to those teachers and students at Venice High School
who have spent hours upon hours studying red tide my
heartiest congratulations, and keep up the excellent work.
You are truly national champions.
Mrs. Gary A. Bell
Venice


Save the blame
game for later

Editor:
Today, if you hear anything
constructive or positive from
a Democrat, you are probably
listening to a 44-year-old
news recording.
Needless to say, I don't
expect much from what's left
of the formerly well inten-
tioned and patriotic Demo-
cratic party. However, even I
was caught off guard by the
all-time low level to which
they descended these past-
days.
I was stunned by the
quick gathering, or should I
say circling, of Democrat
buzzards'over the Gulf Coast
just 'hours after the enormity


of the death and destruction
was revealed. Their desire to
make a political meal out of
such a horrific tragedy re-
vealed a lack of character
even their most ardent critics
couldn't have imagined.
There will be plenty of
time for debate and blame
after the survivors are res-
cued and the bodies are
recovered. Please, for now,
let's focus our energy, effort
and money on helping the
victims of Katrina.
Wayne Boone
Venice
Cost for ANWR oil
would be too high
Editor:
Congress will have a busy


September dealing with judi-
cial nominees, the aftermath
of hurricane Katrina and
passing a budget resolution.
Rumor has it that a bill to
allow drilling in Arctic Na-
tional Wildlife Refuge will be
attached to the budget. If,
passed, this would be very
unfortunate.
Conservative Republicans
have talked about what a
desolate area this is. ANWR
may appear void of life dur-
ing the harsh winter, but
come spring it is alive with a
burst of green tundra. It is a
migratory route for thou-
sands of birds, including
ducks and geese. It also is the
home of porcupine caribou,
the main sustenance of native
people who live in the area.
On a recent trip to Alaska
we spent several days with
local naturalists and environ-
mentalists who shared their
expertise with us. They in-
formed us that there is a lim-
ited supply of oil in the region
and many oil companies are
reluctant to drill for what
may prove to be a costly six-
month supply.
Who really is interested in
-developing ANWR is Halli-
burton, Dick Cheney's form-
er employer, because they
would be awarded the con-
tract for building the infra-
structure. How interesting
that Halliburton, now in Iraq
and New Orleans, wants an-
other pay-off.
People who really care
about the environment and
natural places should call or
e-mail their Washington leg-
islators to ask them to oppose,
attaching drilling in' ANWR
to the budget resolution. The
capital switchboard number
is (888) 556-5790 or (202) 224-


3121. Future generations will
thankyou.
Norma Dayton
Venice
Illegal immigrants
drive us into debt
Editor:
When will that time come
when all the crybabies in this
country will realize they
could have grown up in a
third-world country and had
nothing?
The sad thing is the ones
who did grow up in these
third-world countries come
over here and take complete
advantage of our social sys-
tems and drive the American
people into more debt.
Why are we worried about
the ditch not being cut, and
watch the immigrant down
the road collect from our sys-
tem, work full time and avoid
all common laws that those
of us in the work field abide
by? Is this the way society is
supposed to work give to
those who cheat the system
and take away from those
who work with the system?
Check public records on
how many illegal immigrants
in the state of Florida have
government-subsidized
health care. What is wrong
with this picture?
You ask, how can they
work if they're illegal? Go to
any one of the local job sites
and ask for the supervisor;
see how long it takes for
someone to respond to you
in English. You know, the lan-
guage of our land.
Show some concern for
the rapid increase of immi-
grants in this country. Be pre-

Please see LETTERS, 14A








14A VENICE GONDOLIER SUNFRIDAY, SEPT. 9, 2005


City unions use


different contract tactics


GERALD COLLINS
GUEST COLUMNIST


After sitting on the side-
lines for many months while
the Fraternal Order of Police
and American Federation of
State, County and Municipal
Employees used the fire fight-
ers' current contract as bar-
gaining power, I now feel
compelled, as the fire fight-
ers' representative, to re-
spond in an effort to bring
clarity to the negotiation
process.
While we have been flat-
tered by all of the compar-
isons between the Inter-
national Association of Fire
Fighters, AFSCME and FOP,
we also feel the information
presented is inaccurate and
not complete.
When the IA.EE prepares
to negotiate, we carefully


COCCARO from page 13A
the Desert Study Center.
Most important, America
is its people, more who are
interesting in a good way, like
Jackie Hamblin Rife, who was
a stunt woman in some 50
movies until her cinch broke
and she fell from her horse
and the "Indians" rode over
her. Now she is the town his-
torian in Kanab, Utah, and a
part of the town's history.
And Charles Billey, who
entertained us with the histo-
ry and the stories behind the
history of Baton Rouge while


research the pay and the ben-
efits of fire departments
across the state that offer
like services. In contrast, the
FOP and AFSCME justified
their requested pay and ben-
efit packages by comparing
themselves to the contract
the Venice fire fighters and
the city of Venice agreed to
in October 2003.
Although these arguments
may have some success at
the bargaining table, they
have little value when the
negotiating process breaks
down and moves to im-
passe.
Once at impasse, the
mediator (hearing officer)
assigned to hear arguments
from both sides will be look-
ing for comparisons that are
justified by like-size depart-
ments that offer similar ser-
vices. There are more differ-
ences than there are simi-
larities between the I.A.EE
and AFSCME and FOE This
is why comparing groups
that have different job de-
scriptions and responsibili-
ties is not a good tactic
when negotiating labor con-
tracts.
The fire fighters of Venice
strongly support the mem-


we took in the view from the
observation tower of the
State Capitol. An impressive
city of trees cut by a meand-
ering Mississippi, peaceful
and serene, lay before us. I
wonder where Mr. Billey is
today.
And the soft-spoken
Laurence Nez, the ranger at
Glen Canyon Dam, who
introduced himself by giving
his Indian lineage. We then
could know who he really is
because we knew from
whom he came.


bers of FOP and AFSCME.
Every employee of the city. of
Venice deserves a salary and
benefits package comparable
to like positions in similar
cities.
When comparing Venice
City Manager Marty Black to
his counterparts in other
like-size cities, it was deter-
mined that he was signifi-
cantly undercompensated
based on the pay and benefit
packages of other city man-
agers. It is for these reasons
that we support the recent
pay adjustment given to the
Venice city manager by city
council.
The idea of doing compa-
rables is an effective method
for hiring and retaining an
efficient and skilled work
force.
In conclusion, when the
Venice fire fighters negotiate
our next contract in June
2006, we will once again be
comparing ourselves to other
fire departments around the
state that provide similar
services and have like-size
populations.

Gerald Collins is district
vice president of IA.EE Local
2546.


And the woman who
shared a fruit salad made
from her family's Philippine
recipe just because Richard
offered to take a picture of
everyone picnicking with
her in the Sequoia National
Forest.
These are just some Amer-
ican impressions of America.
More next week.

Lorraine Coccaro writes, a
regular column for this page.
She can be e-mailed at:
lorraine@coccaro.com.


LI I I t-HK from page 13A


pared as Americans to some
day be the minority to those
who sailed the seven seas to
steal our glory. If the black
market ruled their society at
one point, it will reign here,
too.
Joshua Doerrfeld
North Port
Orthophosphate
might do the trick
Editor:
Recently copper plumbing
has been reported to develop
pinhole leaks. These can be
very expensive to repair. -
The water industry says
they have not changed their
water treatment process. The
copper plumbing people
insist it's a water problem.
Many experts have studied
this phenomenon. A study by
the Washington Suburban
Sanitary Commission report-
ed at www.wasc.dst.md.us/
info /release/03110.html
describes the addition of one
part per million of orthophos-
phate to water to reduce the
occurrence of pinhole leaks in
copper plumbing.
I expect our local water
utility is aware of this study. I
do not know if they have tried


this fix. If not, it certainly
should be considered.

Joe Odenweller
Venice
Risks are known
and accepted
Editor:
The war being waged by
the United States is conduct-
ed by an all-volunteer force
that includes regulars, Na-
tional Guard and reserve:.
When they volunteered, they
knew what the risks might
be.
Fatalities in the United
States of police and fire per-
sonnel are not dramatically
different from those in the
Iraq war. Should we move all
the police from the streets
and into offices, as the war
protesters want to do with
the armed forces? Should the
firefighters remain in their
fire house instead of fighting
fires?
Isn't this what Cindy
Sheehan is asking to be
done? Perhaps we should
have bereaved mothers pick-
eting police chiefs' and fire
chiefs' homes when brave
men from these units are


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killed in line of duty.
It's distressing to read, see
or hear in the media about
Cindy Sheehan and the
Democrats as they conduct
their harassment in front of
the president's home. Even
on a local scale, significant
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brave soldiers who died in
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news media in a country
where news is politicized
rather than reported.
Francis J. Pokigo
Englewood


LET 'EM HAVE IT! DO YOU TIP FOR COUNTER SERVICE? CALL US AT 207-1111.


Tips offered about tipping


Tipping. Recently I was at a local mall getting my wife and
kid a pretzel and a tip jar was sitting there. I don't tip at
McDonald's, so I would not expect to tip there. Without giving
a tip, I got a real nasty look as my drink was thrown on the
counter. But in a different perspective, my wife is a hairdresser.
I can't believe the number of people who will not tip. My
wife counts on tips; that's how she makes. her money. And
she. works at an upper-income salon. I can't believe the
amount of rich people in this county that will not part with
one dollar, let alone two or three for a tip. Then you have a
girl-with-no-skill-at all who expects a tip for serving a pretzel
and a drink. These people need to part with some of their
money if they're getting a haircut or go to a restaurant and
the. service or haircut is good. If you're happy with it, you
need to leave the worker a tip.


It's our city. Folks, in order
to protect the innocent, I will
use comic-strip names. If
you want the guarantee that
the Venice Avenue bridge
never gets made bigger, let
Mutt and Bucky build right
up next to it. As a city we
could not support a first-class
motel on the beach, so what
good is it on the Intracoastal?
Of course, if it doesn't support
itself, Mutt will be able to
change it to a condo just like'
the other buildings and finish
covering Venice island with
condominiums. When Bucky
and Mutt don't get what they'
want, look for threats; they'll
be there. Also, let's see how
soon we have our movie the-
. ater. It's a lot of talk and that's
about all you get. Lastly, it's
time we did something for
the kids instead of running
them out of town. If you
moved the skateboard park
any farther it would be Tam-
pa. Wake up. It's our city.
Take it over people. Let's live
here.
Israel money. As we who
are ill, in need or poor begin
to feel the cutbacks that
Congress has enacted against
the powerless in our society,
it should be remembered that
every single year, Congress
gives the equivalent of $1,200
for every man, woman, or
child in Israel. This does not
include loan guarantees of
which not one dime is ever
paid back by the state of
Israel. This unprecedented
bias toward Israel, at the .ex-
pense of the Arabs, is what
has brought us Sept. 11, the
Iraq war, the war in Afghan-
istan and the resulting cost
of trillions of dollars spent on
war and homeland defense.
We need to wake up.
Think regional. The area
on Knight's Trail Road with
the landfill, the Nokomis
Volunteer Fire Department
responds out there. I think
the city should treat that as
an, enclave, since it already
has a fire truck sitting at
Knight's Trail and Laurel
Road. It's much closer. I'm
sure someday this area will
probably be annexed into the
city. This would save more
money in the long run. I find
it very interesting that there's
a local law firm thatat attends
every city council meeting
and they sit in the audience
and make statements or back
up the council. Those things
happen in New York City;
they shouldn't be happening
here in Venice. Also, it's time
to go out and bring in a new
police chief from outside.


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That, or do away with theVPD
and combine with the county
sheriff's department. We need
to start thinking regional. The
fire department, regional, we
should consider combining
those too.
Buyer beware. My family
lives in Nokomis. After the
storms last year, we decided
to upgrade our windows in
September. We used what
seemed like a company that'
would honor its product and
service. Wrong. That window
company has some serious
internal troubles. It was six
months after the installation
before we received any
panels and the delivery peo-
ple cussed at us because the
contractor did not complete
the last tracking system. Then
it did not pass final inspection
on May 5. This so-called
professional window compa-
ny has yet to come out and
adjust the window in our
master bedroom. We are only
near to getting it done for final
inspection after filing a con-
tractor complaint form with-
development services of Sara-
sota County government. So,
buyer beware. Not all com-,
panies are window pros
when their standard of cus-
tomer satisfaction doesn't
match their claims.
Pet care. In reply to the
stories about Woodmere dog
park if people with dogs
do not provide their own
plastic bags, they shouldn't
have dogs. And those with
cats should keep them at
home too. I like pets, but I
don't like other people's that
they don't take care of.
Pollution should stop. I'm
calling about your article


today about red tide. You
mean you seriously want to
find a cure? Is that what
you're telling people who
read your paper? Unbeliev-
able. All those pipes on Casey
Key and Siesta Key look.
Every condominium has
huge pipes going out to the
ocean carrying nitrogen,
phosphate all this pollu-
tion. And you know if a cruise
line drops a tissue over the
balcony, they get fined. But
no, every condominium has
these huge pipes leading to
the ocean. What do you ex-
pect? All this stuff in the lawn,
the septic tanks and pollu-
tion. That should be stopped
immediately. But no, does
anybody say anything? They
should be fined and that
should be changed. The dead
zone's going to be in front of
Englewood, too, as soon as
more people get down in that
area, if they do.
False numbers. Interesting
Opinion page today. Bob
Vedder used the word "I" only
53 times. He talks about the
neighborhood coalition, like
they have more than 15
members they don't. The
president was told by our
own homeowner's associa-
tion that they didn't want to
join because they didn't want
to be tarred by her image.
The "600-member". Taxpayers
League may be 35 members.
New members drop out
within six months, after they
learn the league ain't about
taxes, it's about hating every-
thing. Check it out, Bob.
Same story. The local real
estate ads are about as boring
as the local TV news and wea-
ther. Over and over they beat
the same story. But I didn't
realize there were so many dif-
ferent kinds of properties for
sale such as big houses, lots,
mobile homes that are pris-
tine, if there's ever anything
that's pristine in real estate. I
wouldn't want to go there.
Give them ours. The Iraqis,
at the urging of President
Bush and the people in this
country, are trying to put
together a constitution, and
that's a noble thing. Why don't
we just give them our Con-
stitution? We're not using it.


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Or should we say "Show me the money SWEETHEART" in honor of
OUR Planning Department's recent "sweetheart deal" for the benefit of
developers regarding the future of OUR city?
The city received a request for a "zone text amendment" from Water-
ford Waterfront Properties and surprisingly, or not so surprisingly,
Waterford's attorney submitted the complete text amendment. The City of
Venice Planning and Zoning department supposedly checked out the
proposed amendment and added, deleted or changed words, sentences
or paragraphs for the Planning Commissions approval. They claimed to.
rely on Mary Anne Bowie's study of ways to improve Venice's business% 'S
district, the results of the Envision Venice public forums as well as a bul
letin published by the Urban LantfInstitute.
Mary Anne Bowie did recommend mixed usage on 2 and 4 story build- i
ings. Strangely, Planning and Zoning interpreted that to also include up to i '
5 or 7 stories. If any Envision Venice forum recommended anything on the ,, i .\
massive scale as was presented to the city by Waterford, it must have hap- ,
opened in the middle of the night. The technical bulletin published by the
Urban Land Institute may have been published for just this kind of need. ,
Planning and Zoning repeats and seems to rely heavily on the Mixed A '
Land Usage concept but completely ignores the wishes of Venice's Citi-
zens. They have followed developer concepts along the lines of bigger,
bigger, and bigger. The zone text amendment forwarded to the city by their
developers attorney included a 75 foot height to be approved by council
Planning and Zoning crossed this part of the text amendment out and
gave the Planning Commission two choices. .
1. A building can be 75 feet and can be confirmed through a master
conceptual plan.
2. A structure must not be over 45 feet except an extra
35 feet can be requested for conditional use.
Planning and Zoning recommended number one (AKA The .
Developer's Dream). The Planning Commission selected number 2, not .
quite a developer dream but very, very close to one. Either 1 or 2 will
probably lead to high rises in many parts of our city because other city
districts can then petition to be included in the same type of CMU
(Commercial Mixed Use) district. Page 7 of the Staff Recommended |*
Commercial Mixed Use zoning district (No. 05-9AM) actually spells out .;
the procedure for the rezoning of other city lands to a CMU district.






Why didn't Planning and Zoning put in a third choice?
35 feet without first floor parking or 45 feet with first floor parking arid'
height exceptions? None! Nada! Zip! It might not have been accepted
the Planning Commission but it may have been favored by council :iVd
certainly would have been accepted by the majority of Venice's voti'
population.
At this point, the desires of Venice's citizens seem to be in dird
flict with our city's Planning and Zoning Department's apparent neeo t
help developers meet and exceed their profit dreams. That conflict mir .
end through a process of halting any city employee's confusion as to .
who they represent.
"OUR city Council will vote on this sweetheart deal on i
Tuesday of next week during the September 13th council '
meeting. Everyone reading this message is urged to, attend.
that meeting in city hall. That's 1:30 pm on Tuesday, Septe ib
13th! Whoever wants to can also speak to council during $i
ence Participation. Every seat being filled with concerndlt
zens would end up being a developer and his attorney's \
nightmare. WE CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE!"
This is as good a time as any to draw that line and Venice is as go
a place as any to start the process. Actually, better than most other,,
locations because over the last year, we've already started that mov6e, 1
ment in the right direction. Some assorted bureaucrats and politlj
Stwo have to learn the facts of life and exactly who they shou t.
for. Venice can then remain the beautiful city that attracted af
The Venice Taxpayers League sincerely hopes that Venice elb
officials reject the Planning Commission's recommendation gild in
a number 3 height restriction that coincides with the height r6trib
already in place and the wishes of the majority of their constituents
PAC (Concerned Taxpayers PC) will inform you of any council person
who places development interests ahead of the citizens of Venice, .
Help us keep the citizens of Venice informed. The Venice Taxpayt
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help us get the word out. Fill out the form below and mail it. with y
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Summerville acquires historic Park Place


CCS takes


beautification award


ROGER BUTTON
BUSINEWS


California-based Summer-
ville of San Ramon recently
acquired Park Place of Venice
and renamed it Summerville of
Venice.
Located at 200 Nassau St.
on the island, it offers assisted
living, personal care, senior
day, respite and short-term
care programs.
Summerville acquired the
20 facilities with more than
2,480 beds operated by Adult
Care Management Corpora-
tion of Clearwater. Founded
in 1996 Summerville has 40
communities in 11 states, in-
cluding Florida.
"We will introduce higher
standards and better proce-
dures for the same services,"
commented Peter Churchward,
executive director, who joined
the company in April
There is a possibility the
number of beds may be in-
creased, and improvements
to the structure and cosmetic
changes are planned.
Church members
confirm move
Following a meeting of
members last Sunday, Pastor
Randy Burt of the New Life
Assembly of God Church con-
firmed they had voted to tar-
get a new location in South
Venice. Their lease in the
Galleria Plaza on Tamiami
Trail is up at the end of No-
vember, so they plan to have
completed renovations to this
new project. "We will be out
of here and on with our lives,"
said Burt.
The church acquired 20
acres of land fronting Tami-
ami Trail by' Taylor Ranch
Elementary School a few
years ago and is awaiting spe-
cial exemptions from Sara-
sota County to proceed with a
major 25-year plan. Burt said
it would be a three-phase
project, making the church
the hub of a community
planned to incorporate a
double gym, small chapel,
meeting rooms and their new
church, capable of hosting a
congregation of 2,000.
When the congregation
reaches 600 members, they
intend to establish a new
church in the community.
There is the ability to incor-
porate a day-care center and
even a school.
"Our intention is not to be
a megachurch, but to birth
new churches," stated Burt.
Movie theater
attracts restaurant, stores
It looks like movie fans in
Venice will enjoy an extra spe-
cial Thanksgiving this year
when the new Galleria Stadi-
um 12 Cinema opens, said
Bruce Frank, director of Frank
Theaters of New Jersey. In-
ternal construction is pro-
ceeding at speed and by the
middle of October it will be


possible to see the theater
layout.
Frank anticipates a Bone-
fish Grill restaurant, Cold-
stone Creamery and national
coffee house taking space
near the new theater in the
Galleria Plaza behind the
British Open Pub on Tamiami
Trail in South Venice.
Roadwork
delays new center
"We cannot get the lease
negotiated with the food
anchor until the new road
junction is constructed," said
George Trujillo, Primerica's
sales and leasing manager.
The new Jacaranda Com-
mons Shopping Center site
out East Venice Avenue by
Jacaranda has stood idle for
months. According to Trujillo,
engineers are discussing
plans with the county.
"This intense corner at
East Venice Avenue and Jaca-
randa Boulevard will be the
largest in Sarasota County
when the four-lane road im-
provements have been com-
pleted," commented Trujillo.
Blackburn Cove
breaks ground
Contractors have begun
breaking ground on the first
phase of the new Blackburn
Cove in Nokomis. Located on
Tamiami Trail at the junction
with the Venice Connector,
the project was announced
several months ago.
Phase 1 consists of 16
1,500-square-foot, two bed-
room condominiums and is
almost a sell-out, according
to Realtor Gary luliano of
Prudential Cascade in Noko-
mis. The KeyWest-style archi-
tectural development is with-
in 2 miles of the gulf and
properties start in the low
$300,000s. Phase II will begin
in nine months.
Ultimate in recycling
The new drop-and-shop
approach to keeping your
printer up and running has
arrived in Venice.
Tom Kuzniarek has opened
Island Inkjet in the Regency
Square at 1229 U.S. 41 Bypass
following the success of his
Port Charlotte store, which
opened in December. A
Canadian franchise company
founded in 1997, it now has
250 stores in Canada and the
United States exclusively
refilling inkjet cartridges from
a selection match-up of 100
inks.
"It's the ultimate in recy-
cling, keeping cartridges out
of landfills and wells," com-
mented former Chicagoan
Kuzhiarek. He also offers
fund-raising projects for non-
profits, which receive a por-
tion of generated sales.
Introducing
storm-care services
Venice-island company
Duyn Construction LLC start-
ed in 1978 when the owner
came south from New Jersey.
Recently he acquired the for-
mer deli at Bahama and Mi-
lan avenues for $380,000 for
expansion.
The 2,500-square-foot pro-
perty is to be an office and
showroom for new special-
ized services introducing
storm-safe construction with
windows, doors, metal roofs


and impact windows.
The deli frontage will be
remodeled in Mediterranean
style complying with the
Venetian theme district. This
full-service construction
company employs 12 and
operates from a 3.5-acre stor-
age facility.
"I am looking to the future,
refacing the business to ex-
pand and incorporate storm-
safe construction," said Allen
Duyn. Recently the company
fortified a home, installing an
insulated concrete room.
Award winners again
For the 17th time the
Venice Area Board of Realtors
won the Overall Board Edu-
cation Award for education
programs and services, at the
recent Florida Association of
Realtors 2005 Convention.
VABR also collected for an
unprecedented 14th time the
Achievement Award.
"I just write the reports. It is
what the members do that
has given us more awards
than any other group in .the
state," said an elated Marlene
Merkel, executive vice presi-
dent.
VABR has won more
awards than any other Board
of Realtors in state history.
Need energy?
Get a smoothie
The first Venice Smoothie
King opens on Monday in the
Venice Marketplace at 1554
U.S. 41 near Stein Mart.
Franchisees Terry and
Sandra Pridemore are con-
tributing $1 from every regu-
lar-price smoothie sold
toward the Student Leader-
ship Academy's Hurricane
Katrina fund-raiser because
Smoothie King's headquar-
ters are in New Orleans.
"Whether you are dieting,
need more energy or just want
to improve your overall well-
ness, a smoothie delicious
fresh-fruit drink blended with
ice to a smooth, creamy tex-
ture is what you need,"
according to Pridemore.

Find your treasure
One person's junk is anoth-
er's treasure, according to
Debbie Ward, vice president
of Mom's Club of Venice.
Representatives of this 30-
member group are holding a
huge garage sale to raise
funds for the children's foun-
tain being constructed down-
town near the Gazebo in
Centennial Park on Tampa
Avenue.
The sale starts at 7:30 a.m.
Saturday, Sept. 17, at Wood-
mere Park, 3951 Woodmere
Park Blvd., in South Venice.

Businews! year three
With this column Busi-
news! begins its third year. I
would like to thank all the
many folks who contribute
information that enable the
column to grow.
Its success has mirrored
the rapid growth of Venice,
Nokomis and South Venice.
We live in a rapidly changing
world of fast-paced commu-
nication. It is the continuing
intention of Businews! to
ensure you are aware of what
is happening in business
spheres within this commu-
nity in the future.


PHOTO COURTESY OF CCS CABINETRY
CCS Cabinetry earned the Venice Area Chamber of Commerce's Beautification Award for
its corporate facility on James Street, which features a rebuilt and remodeled facade for
the Design Center and administration building in an Italianate style. CCS Cabinetry is the
recipient of the 2005 Business of the Year award from the Venice Area Chamber of
Commerce as well.



Glass acts


SUN STAFF PHOTO
The Venice Wine & Coffee Company and Sharky's on the Pier recently combined to put on
a wine-tasting fund-raiser for Venice High School's Rotary Futures Program. The event
generated more than $1,200. From left, Ken and Heide Drum, owners of Venice Wine &
Coffee; Richard Bower, chair of the wine-tasting event; Kim Kindell, RFP program director;
and Marijo and Greg Novak of Sharky's.



Nationwide won't write new home policies


BYDAN MEARNS
BUSINESS EDITOR


Nationwide Insurance
Co. of Florida, the state's
fourth-largest homeowner
insurer, stopped writing
new homeowner policies
Sept. 1, the company has
announced.
"We're not planning to pull
out of the homeowners' mar-
ket in Florida," spokesman
Joe Case said, "but we're no
longer writing personal-line
property insurance policies."
Such policies, Case said,
include insurance for homes,
mobile houses, condomini-
ums and boats. The company
will also discontinue writing
dwelling fire and inland
marine insurance policies,
Case said. The company will
continue to sell auto policies
in Florida.
More than 228,000 Florida
homeowners have Nation-
wide policies. The breakdown


of homeowner policies by
area counties is as follows:
Charlotte 3,680
DeSoto 80
Sarasota-- 14,873
Lee 11,800
Case said Nationwide
received more than 100,000
claims and paid out some $1
billion in damages following
last year's hurricanes. The
company recently received
approval from state regula-
tors to increase its premiums
an average of 21 percent on
home policies and 25 percent
for mobile homes. It had
requested a 28-percent in-
crease in January.
"Even with rate increases,
you have other pieces of the
puzzle that are always chang-
ing (in the insurance mar-
ket)," Case said. "That de-
mands a continuing evalua-
tion of our business strategy."
Case said the company
was investigating "a variety of
other options" and would


announce additional "under-
writing and business strategy
changes" soon.
"We're looking forward to
trying to position ourselves
for the future," he said.
Nationwide Florida, a divi-
sion of Nationwide Mutual
Insurance Co. of Columbus,
Ohio, is the second major
insurer to stop writing new
policies after the hurricanes.
Allstate Floridian, the state's
third-largest insurer, stopped
last fall.
Allstate is seeking a 26-per-
cent rate hike and is eliminat-
ing 95,000 policies. More than
20 other companies have
sought rate increases.
Policyholders with ques-
tions can call the Nationwide
claims hot line at (800) 421-
3535 or contact their local
agents.

The Associated Press and
Palm Beach Post contributed
to this report.


Five steps to take to find out if your college student can survive the financial pitfalls


STAFF REPORT

While the college experi-
ence can be a positive one,
many students who are
unprepared to deal with
financial situations may find
themselves in mounds of
unwanted credit card debt. Is
your child be financially pre-
pared for college?
According to the latest
study by Nellie Mae, re-
leased in June 2005, the
average credit card debt
held by undergraduate stu-
dents was $2,169, the lowest
average balance since 1998.


The majority of under-
graduates are using credit
cards to purchase school
supplies, textbooks and
food necessities for col-
lege life. The percentage of
undergraduates who started
the school year with credit
cards also decreased to 76
percent, down from 83 per-
cent in 2001.
While credit card use and
credit card debt among col-
lege students has decreased,
the Partnership for Public
Service says that the two
greatest fears of college grad-
uates are going into debt and


being unemployed.
College students are con-
tinuously targeted by credit
card companies, which pro-
vide students with easy access
to opening new accounts.
Some parents do teach
their children 'about credit
card debt before sending
them to college. However,
some students may accumu-
late thousands of dollars of
debt and their parents may
not even know about it.
Mike Sullivan, director of
education for Take Charge
America, a national nonprofit
consumer, credit counseling


company, says that parents
should start early and talk
with their children about the
potential consequences of
credit card debt. He provides
the following financial tips for
parents to help prepare their
children for college:
Open a checking and sav-
ings account. Review the
terms and fine print of each
with your teenager. Explain
that fees can be incurred if
the account is overdrawn.
Send bills and statements
to your home address. Moni-
tor spending activities and
cash withdrawals when state-


ments arrive and teach teen-
agers how to balance their
checkbooks. Balances shown
on online bank accounts may
not reflect that morning's
ATM withdrawal or checks
that haven't yet been cashed.
Differentiate between
debit and credit. Explain the
differences and give teen-
agers a debit card for regular
expenses rather than a credit
card. Set any credit card limit
at $1,000 to prevent over-
spending and set realistic
consequences if the limit is
exceeded.
Review monthly state-


ments together. Focus on
how much was spent rather
* than on how it was spent. If
your student has a part-time
job, compare the amount he
,or she makes with the
amount he or she spends.
Be a role model. Set a
good example for teenagers
and include them when mak-
ing financial decisions. In-
form them of the bills that
need to be paid and daily
costs that the family incurs.
Suggest natural conse-
quences if mistakes are made
and keep the lines of commu-
nication open.








Venice Gondolier Sun


FRIDAY,
SEPT. 9, 2005

CONTACT US
KIM COOL
FEATURES EDITOR
(941) 207-1105
kcool@venicegondolier.com


LEGIONNAIRE OF THE MONTH 2B


BREAST CANCER AND SOY PRODUCTS 9B


FOUND IN MY NEIGHBOR'S VARD 18B


"Canoe at Rhodes Pond," a plein air painting by John Seerey-Lester, 8 by 16 inches, oil.


There's a new foundation in town


ceeds going to Loveland
Legacy, an endowment fund
at Loveland Center, which
was designed to support
Loveland's mission to help
adults with developmental
disabilities live their lives to
the fullest.
Guests will dine on hors
d'oeuvres, wine and cham-
pagne while conversing with
the artists, studying their
work and also getting' to see '
five of the artists in action in
a "quick draw" event.
The artists will create an
original work and take it from


... .. SUN PHOTO BY KIM COOL
Wildlife painter Suzie Seerey-Lester puts one last brush stroke
on one of the paintings she will show at The Fine Art
Experience at Venice Golf and Country Club on Sept. 24.
Titled, "Sheltered Cove Gulls and harbor Seals," it is an
acrylic measuring 12 by 16 inches.


at The Venice Golf and Coun-
try Club. It is the new foun-
dation's inaugural event and
will be limited to 200 partici-
pants..
Hosted by W\.illiam and,
Karen Cornelius, the Fine Art
Experience will feature the
works of nationally and in-
ternationally known Venice-
area artists Tom Cross, Katie
Dobson-Cundiff, Tom Krause,
Don Maitz, Jack and Mary
Jo Perkins, John and Suzie
Seerey-Lester, Maureen Sny-
der, Linda Thompson and
Janie Wurtz. Foundation
member Alex Rydel is artist
coordinator.
The artwork will be avail-
able at considerable savings,
with 50 percent of the pro-


start to finish in less than
one hour. After chatting with
Rydel recently, I came away
with the thought that the
artists might be further chal-
lenged by Rydel and others
pressing them to paint faster.
One of those "others" could
be Kenr Sons, who will be
the master of ceremonies for
the event.
The signed originals will
be auctioned that night, with
100 percent of the proceeds
from those four works going
directly to Loveland Legacy.
"We have no corporate
funding," Rydel said. "We
hope the income from ticket
sales will cover the costs of
food and beverages and mail-
ing and printing costs."


What they do have is a list
of enthusiastic artists, anx-
ious to help a worthy cause,
who have donated artwork,
books and even studio visits
to the event.
Studio visits were donated
by the Seerey-Lesters and
photographer Maureen Sny-
der. The Seerey-Lesters also
donated several prints that
were used in marketing The
Fine Art Experience. As with
the "Quick Draw," 100 percent
of the proceeds from the
auction of the studio visits
will benefit Loveland.
Those artists and writers
who will have books and
prints for sale that evening
will donate 50 percent of the
proceeds to Loveland, Rydel
said.
Thursday, Sept. 15, 6:30 to
8 p.m., there will be preview
reception at the Collectors'
and Artemisia galleries with
light refreshments. The pre-
view is being sponsored by
Bill and Karen Cornelius.
Several participating artists
will be present to discuss
their work.
The 11 artists represent a
range of talent and special-
ization.
One is television star Jack
Perkins, who captures in
archival digital prints the
"beauties of the world around
us." He will show large-scale
landscapes at the Fine Art
Experience. While working in
television for NBC and later
A&E, where he hosted the
acclaimed "biography" series,
Perkins had the opportunity
to spend time with famed
photographer Ansel Adams
at his home studio on the


PHOTO COURTESY OF SUSAN OLSON
From, left, foundation volunteer Mort Sinkoff, Loveland Center board member Rita Lamoureux,
Loveland Center board chair David Hunihan, chair, Loveland Center Board and Legacy Charter
Member, Loveland Center board member Karen Hough and wildlife artists John and
Suzie Seerey-Lester. Lamoureux, Hunihan and Hough also are Loveland Legacy charter
members.


California coast. With that
inspiration and instruction
from some of the great pho-
tographic masters of today,
he began his new "career" as
photographer and poet. He
has published one book of
poetry and photography
(Acadia: Visions and Verse)
and is about to publish a
very limited edition bound
portfolio titled "Poetography."
Perkins lives on Casey Key
with his wife, the artist Mary
Jo Perkins, whose work also
will be featured at the event.
Jack Perkins has made
arrangements to have the
evening videotaped for
WEDU.
Two of the artists, Maitz
and Wurtz, are known for


their fantasy works.
Exploring fantasy realism,
Maitz has worked in the book
publishing industry but
gained fame for developing
the Captain Morgan Spiced
Rum pirate character for
Joseph Seagrams & Sons. He
has worked with National
Geographic, Bantam Double-
Day Dell, Warner Books,


ety of Illustrators, and 10
Chesley awards from his
peers in the Association of
Science Fiction and Fantasy
Artists. His work has been
included at the Park Avenue
Atrium, the Hayden Plane-
tarium, the Society of Illus-
.trators all located in New
York City. He created concept
art and production design


SUN PHOTO BY KIM COOL
World-famous artist John Seerey-Lester finishes a painting of
a tiger romping in the water. Several major works by the artist
will be offered for sale at The Fine Art Experience on Sept. 24.


PHOTO COURTESY OF JACK PERKINS
Former host of A&E's "Biography," Ospray resident Jack
Perkins is making a name for himself as a photographer spe-
cializing in digital images. He is shown with his favorite Canon
camera and tripod, just before heading out into the field.


Random House Publishing,
Watson' Guptill, Penguin
Publishing, Harper Collins
Publishers, DNA Productions
with Paramount Pictures and
Warner Brothers and others.
Maitz won a Howard
Award from the World
Fantasy Convention, a Silver
Medal and Certificates of
Merit from New York's Soci-


work for the animated feature
film 'Ant Bully."
He has been an instructor
at the Ringling School of Art
and Design in Sarasota and
recently was featured on Gulf
Coast Journal, a WEDU TV
show hosted by Jack Perkins.
Maitz created Pirates!

Please see FOUNDATION, 12B


SECTION P,0


BYKIM COOL
FEATURES EDITOR


The newest foundation in
Venice is holding its first
fundraising event The Fine
Art Experience: Finding the
Way, Your Artistic Journey.
In layman's terms, the
event is a combination salon,
sale and celebration.
'Scheduled for Saturday,
Sept. 24, 6-8 p.m. at theVenice
Golf and Country Club, The
Fine Art Experience is being
planned by a committee of
The Community Foundation









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Legionnaire of the Month


The Venice American
Legion Post 159 honors its
Legionnaire of the Month,
Nicholas C. Felicita.
Born in Pennsylvania,
Felicita served in the U.S.
Army, 1968-1969, during the
Vietnam War. He was award-
ed the Purple Heart and many
other commendations.
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and is an asset to Post 159.
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with many hours of hard work
have made the post a place to
socialize and remember all
the veterans who have served
this country with honor.
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FRIDAY,
SEPT. 9
Cheerleading


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Register Friday, Sept. 9, 6-7:30
p.m. at 234 East Nippino Trail
for cheerleading classes at
Nokomis Community Park.
The class, for ages 5-15, take
place at 6 p.m. Sept. 16-Dec.
16. The course is designed for
making friends while learning
the fundamentals of cheer-
leading. Choreographed
pom-pom and dance rou-
tines, will be taught, along
with jumps, stunts and other
skills required for school
cheerleading tryouts. Call
861-5000 or 480-3213.

The Women's Resource Cen-
ter of Sarasota County, 806
Pinebrook Road, Venice, 485-
9724
Building Self-Esteem,
Friday, 10-11:30 a.m.
Develop and manifest self-as-
surance, confidence and
pride in yourself. Led by Mary
Frost, Rapid Behavioral
Change Trainer. Fee: $5.
Caregivers' Support Group,
Friday, 1:30-3 p.m. Gain sup-
port and insight with other
caregivers. Led by David
Williams, LCSW, in coopera-
tion with JFCS and Senior
Solutions. Donation: $5.
Dancing
Learn Latin and ballroom
dancing Fridays, 10:30 a.m.-
noon at Senior Friendship
Center, 2350 Scenic Drive,
Venice. Cost: $1. Call 584-
0075.
Club entertainment
The Venice Elks Club presents
live music in the lounge
Friday, 7-10 p.m. at 119 E.
Venice Ave. Members and
guests welcome.

Senior Friendship Center,
2350 Scenic Drive, Venice,
584-0052
9 a.m., Balance, movement
class (Balance Matters Falls
Prevention recommended.
Call 556-3223.); 9:30 a.m.,
Low-vision bridge; 1 p.m.,
duplicate bridge.
Pasta
Lotsa Pasta is available 4:30-
7:30 p.m. at the Italian Ameri-
can Club of Venice, 1375
Ringling Blvd. Cost is $7. Take
out available. Call 486-1492.

SATURDAY,
SEPT. 10
'Gifts of the Heart'
Grace Community Bible
Church collects items for vic-
tims of Hurricane Katrina, 4-7
p.m. at the Venice High
School auditorium, 1 Indian
Ave. Volunteers will load and
drive a truck with supplies to
Biloxi, Miss., as part of
Christian Disaster Response.
Items needed include health
and medicine supplies,
kitchen items, hygiene prod-
ucts and food staples. E-mail
tjtheleach@verizon.net or
visit gcbcfl.com., ,
SPARCC coffee
The Auxiliary of Safe Place
and Rape Crisis Center holds
a membership coffee at 10
a.m. Wednesday, Sept. 14 at
Laurel Oak Country Club,
2700 Gary Player Blvd., Sara-
sota. Guests welcome. Call
Fran at 377-9153 by Sept. 10.
Auction benefit
The 10th annual silent auc-
tion to benefit Lutheran
Services Florida Sarasota
Guardianship Program takes
place 6-11 p.m. at the Chelsea
Center, 2506 Gulf Gate Drive,


Sarasota. The event features
food from dozens of area
restaurants and entertain-
ment by The Melody Booth
Orchestra. Tickets are $30; to
donate or for tickets, call Anne
or Jolene at 358-6330.
Documentary
Jacaranda Public Library
screening a CNN 90-minute
documentary film based on
the events of Sept. 11, 2001,
2 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 10, at
4143 Woodmere Park Blvd.,
Venice. All week the library
will feature events and
resources regarding Sept. 11.
To learn more, visit thesep-
temberproject.org or call the
county call center at 861-5000.
Bike ride
Ride with Dick Wesling of the
Coastal Cruisers Bicycle Club
from North Manasota Beach
parking lot to Venice island,
8:30 a.m. After a ride around
the island, stop at Ntino's for
breakfast and return to
Manasoia Beach, riding at a
moderate pace for a distance
of 30 miles. Helmets required.
Call 475-5404.
Greenhouse open house
Palmer Orchids of Sarasota
opens its greenhouse at 10
a.m. for Englewood Area
Orchid Society members and
the public. To reach Palmer
Orchids, go north on 1-75 to
exit 220 (state road 70), east on
70 for 10 miles. Turn left on CR
675 for 1 mile. Turn left on
Taylor; greenhouse is on the
left. Visit eaos.org for more
information.
'Fur Fun'
The Humane Society of
Sarasota County's Fur Fun for
Teens program allows teens to
assist with important shelter
responsibilities, as well as
spend time helping to social-
ize the animals. The program
is designed to teach ages 13-17
about animal care in a shelter
and show them the impor-
tance of volunteering and
community service. The Fur
Fun for Teens program will be
held the second Saturday of
each month, 8-11 a.m., Sept.
10, Oct. 15, Nov. 12 and Dec
10; and the third Thursday of
each month, 4-6 p.m. Sept. 15,
Oct. 21, Nov. 17 and Dec. 15.
Teens must sign up for each
session. Call the HSSC at 955-
4131 and speak to Dee
Halpem at Ext. 113 or Kate
Franklin at Ext. 114 to register.
The HSSC is located at 2331
15th St., Sarasota.
Dance.
* Country Club Estates holds a
summer dance,- Saturday,
Sept. 10, 7:30-10:30 p.m., at
700 Waterway inVenice. Music
by LaCroix. Cost: $7 per per-
son. BYOB. RSVP to 486-1071.
* Gotta Dance Studio, 303
South Tamiami Trail in
Nokomis: Free beginning
dance lessons, 10-11 a.m.;
Bronze Beginner 1 Class of
ballroom basics with Brian
and Olivia, 11 a.m.-noon.
Singles welcome. $6 for cou-
ples, $4 for singles; and ball-
room dancing. Group lesson
8-9 p.m., open dancing until
11 p.m. $7, snacks included.
Call 486-0326.


'Puttin' on the Dog'


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PHOTO COURTESY OF K-9SAR.NET
Sarasota K-9 Search and
Rescue hosts "Puttin' on the
Dog" benefit at 6:30 p.m. at
the Sarasota Golf & Country
Club. Special guest is John
Walsh of 'America's Most
Wanted: America Fights
Back." Featuring a special
appearance by the highly dec-
orated Sarasota K-9 Search
and Rescue Dogs, the event
includes a silent auction and
catering by Morton's. Proceeds


THE LOCAL SCENE SEPT. 9-10


Venice Lions Club President Dusty Namikas presents.
Lion Charles McLeod with a check to help the new
Laurel Lions Club get started. The new club holds a
celebration Sept. 10 at 7 p.m.

Laurel Lions celebration
The Laurel Lions Club, sponsored by the 58-year-old Venice
Lions Club, holds its Charter Night Celebration Saturday, Sept.
10, at the Sandra Sims Terry Community Center, 509 Collins
Road in Laurel. Social at 6 p.m., dinner at 7 p.m. Dress is semi-
formal. Tickets are $30. RSVP to Andrew Jordan, 488-7376,
andrew231144@aol.com.

Johnny Mercer celebration
Ricky Ritzel and Leslie Anderson, "the Best Cabaret Duo" in
New York City, open their Johnny Mercer Birthday Show for
Venice Little Theatre's Cabaret Series in the Pinkerton Theatre,
140 W. Tampa Ave. The show runs Tuesdays-Saturdays at
8 p.m. and Sundays at 2 p.m. through Sept. 25. Tickets are $20
and are available at the box office, at venicestage.com or by
calling 488-1115.

Republican luncheon
The Venice-Nokomis Federated Republican Women's Club
holds its monthly luncheon meeting Friday, Sept. 9, at the
Venice Yacht Club, 1330 Tarpon Center Drive on the island.
Social at 1-1:30 a.m.. lunch at 12:15 p.m. Attorney Mark Mazzeo,
elder law specialist, discusses Medicaid. New members and
guests welcome. RSVP to Patricia at 966-1806.

Cutathon benefit
Jon Marcus Salon Inc. holds a cutathon, raffle and bake sale to
benefit victims of Hurricane Katrina, 9,a.m.-2 p.m., Saturday,
Sept. 10 at 328-A'South Tamiami Trail. The salon will also
collect pet food for animals stranded'in the storm. Wtith'every,
bag of cat or dog food, receive a coupon for 30 percent off.
professional hair care products. Donation: $10 per haircut.


benefit the Sarasota K
training facility. For tic
sponsorship opportt
call 377-7915.
Dinner, karaoke
Disabled American Vw
600 Colonia Lane; Nc
hosts a pot pie dinner b
for $6, 5-7 p.m., and k
by Sarge, 7-11 p.m. All a
come. Call 492-6697 o
4500.
Critter search
The American Littoral
invites you to explo
marine life of Sarasota
Bird Key, 9:30-11 a.m. i
identify and learn aboi
fish and invertebrate
ALS biologists. Wear
soled sneakers and sun
Cost is $3 forALS memT
for nonmembers, kic
RSVP to Ruth at 366-94
Radio license exams
The Tamiami Amateur
Club and the Engl
Amateur Radio Societ
American Radio Relay
coordinated examinati


all levels of Amateur Radio
licenses at 9:30 a.m. in the
conference room of Venice
Public Library, 300 S.
Nokomis Ave. Any amateur
interested in upgrading an
existing license, or in learn-
ing about obtaining a
license, can contact Jack
Sproat-- W4JS at 475-1929.

Plant show
The Venice Area Orchid
Society members' annual
plant sale takes place 9 a.m.-2
p.m. at the Bank of America
Building, 304 W Venice Ave.,
Venice, at Nassau Street and
Venice Avenue. Healthy
orchids and other plants for
sale. This event, a fund-raiser
for the annual orchid show in
2006, will be canceled only if a
hurricane warning is issued.
Call Jean at 497-7901 or
Richard at 575-8588.


:-9 SAR Seabees meeting
:kets or The Navy Seabee Veterans c
unities, America from Sarasota, Char
lonte and DeSoto counties ar
invited to meet at 11:30 a.m
;. Saturday, Aug. 13 at the Famil
veterans, Table Restaurant, 1413:
okomis, Tamiami Trail in North Por
by Tony The group meets the second
karaoke Saturday of each month. A]
are wel- veterans and guests are wel
or 488- come. Call Tom at 497-5944.
Auditions
Suncoast Chorale hold audi
Society tions, 10 a.m.-noon at Gu]
ire the Cove United Methodis
Bay at Church, 1100 McCall Road i
Collect, Englewood. Experienced sing
ut local ers of all ages and voice range
*s with are encouraged to audition
hard- Call Toni Samsel at 697-1230.
screen.
bers, $5 Jewelry class
Is free. Melissa Searle leads free jewel
79. ry-making workshops, a
Lemon Tree Gallery, 420 W
Dearborn St., Englewood
r Radio Sept. 7 at 1 p.m., Sept. 10 a
lewood 6 p.m., and Sept. 21 at 1 p.m
y offer Purchase gemstones and
League materials on site, starting a
ons for $15. RSVP to Jill at 474-5700.


Teen fest
Sarasota County high school
students are invited to partici-
pate in Teen Fest at Crosstown
Skate Park, 2425 17th St.,
Sarasota. The event takes
place 7-10:30 p.m. and fea-
tures skaters, live music with
local bands, games and food.
$5 cover charge and photo ID.
Call 922-5126.
Market
Visit the Farmer's Market
every Saturday, 8 a.m.-noon
dowrttown Venice' in Cen-
tennial Park, at the corner of
Tampa and Nokomis Avenues.
Call 484-3801.
Story time
The Bookshop, 241 W. Venice
Ave., hosts story time for par-
ents and toddlers at 11 a.m.
Call 488-1307.


SUNDAY,
SEPT.11
Hibiscus


PHOTO COURTESY OF
KAREN COURTRIGHT
The Gulf Coast Chapter,
American Hibiscus Society,
meets at 2 p.m. at Venice
Public Library meeting room,
300 S. Nokomis Ave. Jim
Bridges demonstrates hibiscus
air layering. Everyone is wel-
come; refreshments served.
Auditions
\enice Little Theatre holds
auditions at 7:30 p.m. Sept. 11
and 12 for the November
show, "Cops." VLT is located at
140 W. Tampa Ave. Perusal
scripts available by calling
484-4033.
Lemon Bay Playhouse holds
open auditions at 7p.mt.Sept.
S11 and 12 for the November
comedy, "Minus Some But-
tons" at 96 W. Dearborn St.,
Englewood. Roles are avail-
able for three men and four
women. Auditions will consist
of cold reading from the
script. Call 475-6756.
Blood drive
Suncoast Communities Blood
Bank holds a blood drive 8:30
a.m.-12:30 p.m. at the Epi-
scopal Church of the Good
Shepherd, 1115 Center Road,
Venice. Call 954-1600, Ext. 272.
Crop circles
A-EZ Scrapbook Plus, 476
North U.S. 41 Bypass in
Venice, holds free cropping
Sunday, noon-5 p.m. Call
484-5710.
Bingo
Knights of Columbus holds
f early-bird bingo Sundays at 2
- p.m. at 512 Substation Road.
e Doors open at noon. Snacks
-. available. Call 484-4512.
2 Bike ride
t. Ride with Joan Manley of the
i Coastal Cruisers Bicycle Club
11 from Lemon Bay Park in
- Englewood, 8:30 a.m. The
entrance to the park is off Old
Englewood Road, about a mile
east of downtown Englewood.
- The ride is 25-30 miles at a
f pace of 14-16 mph. Helmets
t required. Call 473-2798.
n
. Musical Sunday
s The Sarasota Music Archive
i. presents soprano Melodie
Guinta and Rex Willis per-
forming popular, classical and
folksongs at 2:30 p.m. at Selby
- Library's Geldbart Audi-
t torium, 1331 First St., Sara-
. sota. Free. Call 861-1168.

MONDAY,
d SEPT. 12


Music makers
* Venice Beach Jam, 6:30-8:30
p.m., Venice Beach Pavilion,
West Venice Avenue (weather
permitting). Visit swinging-
bridgebluegrass.com.
* The Venice Gondoliers Men's
Barbershop Chorus rehearses
Monday at 6:30 p.m. at
Venice-Nokomis United
Methodist Church, 208 Palm
Ave., Nokomis. All men who
like to sing are welcome to
sing in Venice's only male cho-
rus. Call 484-6333 or 484-3966.
* The Venetian Harmony
Chorus rehearses Mondays at
7 p.m. at United Church of
Christ, 620 Shamrock Blvd.,
Venice. All area women are
welcome. Call 907-9545.
* Bluegrass and Country Jam,
6:30 p.m., Indian Mound Park,
210 Winston Ave., Englewood.
Contact Morris Campbell 473-
4022.


Hurricane benefit
Sharky's on the Pier holds an
all-American barbecue for
storm aid. $10.95 per person,
and all proceeds benefit the
American Red Cross. Sharky's
is located at 1600 South
Harbor Drive in Venice. Call
488-1456.
Aromatherapy
Peter O'Rourke holds an aro-
matherapy open forum, 1-6
p.m. at Serenity Gardens in
Brickyard Plaza, 530 South
U.S. 41 Bypass in Venice.
Come in for a free consulta-
tion and learn the benefits of
using essential oils and herbs.
Call 486-3577.
Meditation


SUN FILE GRAPHIC
Kelsang Donwang leads a
beginners Buddhist medita-
tion, Mondays, 7-8:30 p.m., at
Woodmere Community Cen-
ter, Room 2-B, 3951 Wood-
mere Park Blvd., Venice. Do-
nation: $5-$9. Call 373-1600.
Sew and sews
The Venice/Englewood Sew
Much Fun group meets 1-3
p.m. at Jacaranda Library,
4143 Woodmere Park Blvd.,
Venice. Visitors welcome. Call
408-9605.
Garden club
The South Venice Garden
SClub meets the second Mon-
day.of each month at 1 p.m. at
the South Venice Community
Building, 720 Alligator Drive.
Staft the fall season off by
enjoying the afternoon's pro-
gram, an updated business
meeting, social hour and
refreshments. New members
are welcome. Call 492-9058.
Food bank
The Florida Department of
Agriculture and Consumer
Services and All Faiths Food
Bank distribute free USDA
commodities to eligible Sara-
sota County residents, 10
a.m.-l p.m., at St. Mark's
Episcopal Church, 508 Riviera
St., Venice. Call 379-6333.

Jacaranda-Public Library, 4143
Woodmere Park Blvd., Venice.
Call 861-1275.
* Preschool story time, 10:30-
11:15 a.m., with special guests
from the Sarasota County Fire
Department, in honor of
Honor Your Hero' Day. Chil-
dren ages 3-5 are welcome for
finger plays, songs and crafts.
* Children of all ages to read
an animal-themed book to a
Suncoast Humane Society pet
therapy dog and participate
in a pet-themed craft activity,
3:30-4:30 p.m. If children are
not able to read on their own,
parents and guardians are
invited to read to their child
and to the pet therapy dog.
Car club
The Venice Chapter of the
Antique Automobile Club of
America meets the second
Monday of the month at
7 p.m. at Venice Public Li-
brary, 390 S. Nokomis Ave. All
who are interested in antique,
classic or custom cars are wel-
come you need not own a
car to join. Call 493-3780.
50s party
Senior Friendship Center
Cafe, 2350 Scenic Drive, holds
a 50s-style party at 11 a.m.,
Tuesday, Sept. 13. Wear your
bobby socks and poodle skirts
for music, popcorn and an
old-fashioned root beer float.
Stay after lunch at noon to
dance to the tunes of that ear
with Jack Fanning of The
Shadows (sorry, no bingo.).

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SOUTH NEWS


BY SHELLY JANKE
STAFF WRITER

"Boston Bob" Waltzer
started playing cribbage
when he was 6 years old.
Fifty-three years later, he's still
pegging along with the best of
them.
"My grandfather taught
me," Waltzer said. "Then I
started teaching my friends
and I've been playing ever
since."
Waltzer, who retired to
Englewood from Massa-
chusetts three years ago,
coordinates local cribbage
groups.
"Up until five years ago,
Englewood had the largest
grassroots club in America,"
Waltzer said. "It was Club 29,
over at the VFW hall."
Frank White, secretary and
treasurer of Club 29, said his
group has been going for
almost 19 years.
"We had 62 members last
year," White said. "A club in
Port Charlotte took over as
the largest group."
But Waltzer has become
one of the area's biggest crib-
bage boosters, known mostly
for his weekly sessions at the
End Zone Sports Grille.
Cribbage is one of the old-
est card games in the world,


originating in England.
Waltzer said the game may
seem difficult to learn at first,
because much of it is based
on mathematics.
"The idea is to get 121
points,", Waltzer: said. "The
game is 30 percent strategy
and 70 percent luck."
And where Waltzer comes
from, cribbage isn't even the
game of choice.
"Back in Massachusetts,
they play Forty Fives, which is
the hardest card game to
learn," Waltzer said.
One in a million
While the majority of his
fellow cribbage players are
retirees, Waltzer said the
game appeals to younger
people too.
"I even have some high
school kids who play," Waltzer
said.
And of course, Waltzer
can't resist the chance to beat
the British at their own game.
"I've played Canadians
and one person from Fin-
land," Waltzer said, "but Ilove
beating the English when
they play."
With Waltzer's experience,
that can happen at the flip of
a card. During his lifetime,
he's been dealt some good
hands.


"I've gotten a 29-hand four
times," Waltzer said. "The
odds of getting that hand are
almost one in a million."
Waltzer is so committed to
teaching cribbage that his
group purchases all of the
game boards and score
sheets.
"Any money the group
takes in, we put right back
into the game," he said.
Waltzer said the groups he
directs are not cutthroat or
intimidating. He wants new-
comers to the game to feel
welcome.
"Some play a penny a
hole," Waltzer said. "We're out
there to have fun and teach
the game."
Waltzer's cribbage group
kicks off its second year of
play on Sept. 14. The club
meets Wednesdays at 6:45
p.m. at The End Zone Sports
Grille, 2411 South McCall
Road in Eason Plaza in Engle-
wood. A $5 donation for
prizes will be accepted inside
the restaurant.
Club 29 plays cribbage
Thursday at 12:45 p.m. at the
VFW hall, 550 North McCall
Road in Englewood. Guests
are welcome.
You can e-mail Shelly
Janke atsjanke@
sun-herald.com.


SUN PHOTO BY JONATHAN FREDIN
"Boston Bob" Waltzer teaches cribbage to young and old alike in Englewood.


MDA reaches $1 million


goal in local telethon


BY ELAINE ALLEN-EMRICH
STAFF WRITER


He's got lots of titles, but
John Zagrobelny earned a
new one Monday: "The $1
Million Man."
In the final hour of the
North Port Muscular
Dystrophy Association Labor
Day telethon, an overjoyed
crowd chanted as the seventh
digit was added to the total
raised in the local telethon's
history.
Zagrobelny, who started
the North Port MDA commit-
tee 16 years ago, was perhaps
the most pleased as the
.impressive figures were
unveiled at the Olde World
Restaurant.
Zagrobelny and his team
of volunteers planned to
reach their $1 million goal last
year; however, Hurricane
Charley stole the show.
Wearing "Sorry Charley" T-
shirts, volunteers this year
shared the common goal of
reaching $1 million by
Monday.
"One million dollars is the
amount raised over the 16
years we have had MDA
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"It's just such an accomplish-
ment."
Over the years, the North
Port MDA committee has
raised money by having drag
fashion shows, "Jail and Bail"
events, golf tournaments and
telethons with Elvis imper-
sonators, live bands, cloggers,
parades, carnivals and end-
less hours of karaoke.
This year, Rod Pawich, a
six-year committee volunteer
and friend of Zagrobelny's,
coordinated a 5K run Sunday
that helped MDA reach its.
goal.
"Everything went really
well," Pawich said, adding
he's already planning a larger
event next year.
The annual auction raised
$8,500.
"This year's auction didn't
bring in as much as last year's
did," said Tom Smith, who
has planned them for nearly
10 years. "We raised about
$12,000 last year and only had
two days to notify the public.
That and the carnival were
about the only two things we
could do last year."
Zagrobelny, who suffers
from the disease, received
hundreds of kisses and hugs


throughout the MDA
telethon. He watched enter-
tainers and gave out awards
to longtime supporters, such
as Bud Korte, the grand mar-
shal for the parade Sunday.
He thanked Micah Botts, the
master of ceremonies, who
has been with MDA for six
years.
"There's never been seven
digits on our tote board,"
Botts said. "What a great feel-
ing."
Zagrobelny said this is the
last year of the telethon.
However, over the weekend
he said he had been
approached to do it again
next year.
"I had this one couple say,
'This can't be the last year,'
because they only go out for
entertainment for the annual
auction," he said. "It's just
amazing. People really love
this telethon."
Zagrobelny will meet with
the MDA committee to dis-
cuss the future. But, for now,
he is content to celebrate this
year's success.

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dshulman@venicegondolier.com


When prayers are not enough


BENNETT GROSS
RELIGION COLUMNIST

There are times when the
magnitude of nature's de-
structive forces overwhelms
our senses and leaves us in a
state of shock and disbelief.
Viewing the effects of Hur-
ricane Katrina on television
brought to mind last year's
tsunami that left incom-
prehensible devastation in its
wake. It rapidly became clear
that the unimaginable was
happening here on our shores.
A city virtually wiped out and
as I write, this, the number of
lives lost unknown.
But we do know that recov-
ery for New Orleans and the
many areas along the stricken
Gulf Coast will be difficult and
long term with thousands on
thousands of people home-
less and jobless and with an
uncertain future.
What we heard from the
New Orleans mayor and other
state officials before the storm
still resounds in its aftermath
- the plaintive plea, "Pray for
us."
But no matter how strong
our faith and no matter how
widespread the prayers, there
comes a time after wide-
spread human tragedy occurs
when the question arises,


"How could God let this hap-
pen?"
There is no easy answer
to natural disasters. We
know how hurricanes are
spawned and why earth-
quakes and tornadoes occur
but we are at a loss if there is
any reason or meaning to
such tragic events other
than to question the manner
in which we inhabit and pol-
lute our planet. Questions
about the impact of global
warming increasing the
intensity of hurricanes and
the development of wet-
lands and barrier islands
meant to provide natural
protection against storm
surges.
That said,., bad things hap-
pen to good people as well as
evil. The "why" it happens is
totally 'unanswerable. As a'
medieval Jewish proverb
declared: "If I knew God, I
would be God."
Rabbi Telushkin in "Jewish
Literacy" relates the question
to Job. We read in the Bible
how Job after suffering one
calamity after another keeps
asking God: "Why?" But God
never gives Job a direct
answer except at the end of
the book.
He appears from out of a
whirlwind and affirms that he
is the creator of heaven and
earth. And if Job doesn't
understand how God accom-
plished such a miracle then
how can Job expect to under-
stand anything that hap-
pened to him?
No doubt that when disas-
ter is headed our way we feel
as bewildered as Job and take
refuge in prayer. Prayers are
not only an expression of our


faith in a Higher Being but
a source of strength. The
strength to carry on in a world
where there is a cycle of cre-
ation and destruction as well
as goodness and evil, dark-
ness and light.
But there comes a time
when prayers are not enough
and we respond to human
suffering with deeds rather
than words. In Judaism it is
called tikkun olam literally,
helping to make the world a
better place: Or in the case of
Hurricane Katrina, helping to
rebuild it.
Kindness and compassion
for others in need is an inte-
gral part of all faiths. As we
saw after Hurricane Charley, a
massive relief effort is under
way to relieve the suffering of
the victims of this monumen-
tal disaster. The Red Cross
and the Salvation Army and a
rainbow of faith-based volun-
teers from across our great
land all coming together with
state and governmental agen-
cies to help feed and house
and mend shattered lives.
One cannot help but won-
der where this obligation to
help others originates.
Could it be an inherent
part of our being? Could it be
part of our creation? Could it
be reason to reaffirm our
beliefs when the question
"Why" arises?
Shalom.

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


RELIGION BRIEFS

Study
* The public is invited to study
the book of Philippians at
Calvary Bible Church, 1936 E.
Venice Ave., Venice. Call
Pastor Jones at 485-7070 or
visit CBCVenice.com.
* Join the Thursday-morning
Scripture Study, 9:15-10:45
a.m., at Epiphany Cathedral
Parish Library. The topic is the
wilderness experience for
Moses from Sinai to the Pro-
mised Land compared with
the New Testament journey.
Study guides available for $5.
Call 484-3505.
* 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.
* The Unitarian Universalist
Congregation of Venice Sun-
day Morning Forums take
place 9-10:15 a.m. at 2300 Ed-
mondson Road. Sept. 11,
UUCOV's Rosemary Hagen
discusses America's Foun-
ders: Madison, Jefferson and
Williams on Church and
State. The public is welcome.
Call 485-2105.
* Epiphany Cathedral Church
hosts the Alpha program,
Thursday for 11 weeks in the
parish hall at 310 Sarasota St.,
Venice. The program begins
with a 6 p.m. dinner followed
by songs and a video, and
small-group discussions. Call


Sr. Frances Lalor at 484-3505.
* All women of the communi-
ty are invited to join the
Thursday Morning Women's
Bible Study Group of First
Baptist Church of Venice for
a new 10-week study of the
Book of Exodus and Kay
Arthur's "Teach Me Your
Ways." The first meeting is
Sept. 22 at 9:30 a.m. at 312W.
Miami Ave. To order a book,
call Sybil at 485-0217.
'Gifts of the Heart'
Grace Community Bible
Church collects items for vic-
tims of Hurricane Katrina,
Saturday, Sept. 10,4-7 p.m., at
the Venice High School audi-

Please see BRIEFS, 7B


Local communities help hurricane victims


Matching gift
A generous parishioner at
the Church of the Redeemer
in downtown Sarasota has
pledged up to $25,000 in
matching funds for relief and
aid to the victims of Hur-
ricane Katrina. The anony-
mous donor will match dollar
for dollar every donation
made to the Church of Re-
deemer's Hurricane Relief
fund, up to $25,000. All
amounts collected will be
directed completely to
Hurricane Katrina relief
efforts via Episcopal Relief
and Development, the com-
passionate response arm of
the Episcopal Church.
Donations should be
made payable to the Church
of the Redeemer with a nota-
tion of "Hurricane Relief" and


may be mailed to or dropped
off at the Church of the
Redeemer at 222 S. Palm Ave.,
Sarasota, FL 34236. For more
information, call the parish
office at 955-4263 or visit
redeemersarasota.org.
Visit http://www.er-d.org/
newsroom_64689_ENG_HTM
.htm.
Diocese accepts donations
The Diocese of Venice,
with the 195 Catholic dioce-
ses throughout the United
States, are taking up collec-
tions in their parishes to help
those affected by Hurricane
Katrina.
Bishop John Nevins has
asked all parishes in the
Venice Diocese to take up the
collection Sept. 10 and 11.
The monies will be funneled


through Catholic Charities
USA.
Catholic schools in the
Diocese of Venice are wel-
coming displaced elementary
and high school students tak-
ing refuge in Southwest Flo-
rida from Hurricane Katrina.
Backpacks and school sup-
plies will be provided.
Efforts are also being made
through parishes and schools
to find housing for these stu-
dents and their families. Call
Rosemary Bratton, superin-
tendent, at 484-9543.
SMJF collects funds
The Sarasota-Manatee
Jewish Federation is accept-
ing donations for hurricane
victims in Louisiana, Ala-


Please see KATRINA, 7B


local wuasuip services


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




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SCHRIST 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
g 493-7504
f 1475 Center Road, Venice
www.cumc.info


EPISCOPAL CHURCH
OF THE
GOOD SHEPHERD
* A Welcoming Church
* Christian Education for all ages
* Small Group Ministries o
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







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, VeniceFJoida
Please join us for Sunday Services
10:30 AM
Rev. Patricia Reiter
I 941-484-5342
www.veniceunity.com
Discover Unity's positive, practical
Christianity.


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


OUR SAVIOR LUTHERAN CHURCH (ELCA)
-."., L "Sunday Worship 10 a.m.
l il 'r 2705 N. Tamiami Trail, Nokomis
Rev. Carl F. Kaltreider, Interim Pastor
f .e.Fo r" We welcome you! 941-966-4442




New Hope

Christian Church

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


Venice
Presbyterian
Church
Meaningful Messages -
9 Magnificent Music *
N 10 am Worship
Childcare available
Wed., Eve "Journey through the
Old Testment" 6:30 pm
On the Island, 2 blocks south of Venice
Regional Hospital on the Rialto
488-2258
www.venicepresbyterian.org


South Venice
Baptist Church
E. Baffin Dr. at U.S. 41
493-0022
Bible Study 9:45 A.M.
Worship Sunday:
11:00 A.M. & 6:30 P.M.
Wednesday 6:45 P.M.
Rev. David W. Burgess, Pastor
www.svbaptlst.org


,_ KNursery
Provided
Visitors Welcome


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


Nursery-Children-Youth Groups
Small Groups-Bible Classes
Sunday Services 9:00 & 10:40 a.m.
2395 W. Shamrock (West of US 41)
493-2788
www.venicebiblechurch.com


SCome join us
in worship...






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


Wednesday 7:00 PM.
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 .M. Healing Class
1st & 3rd Tuesday Monthly


LAKESIDE LUTHERAN
t CHURCH
2401 S. Tamiami Trail
Across from So. Cty. Admin. Bldg.
The Rev. Dr. Randy Winkel
493-5102
N www.lakesidelutheran.net
- 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


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
lEvening Worship 6:00 PM


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
S Hope and Charity each month 7:00PM All Welcome



Plnebrook Road at Edmondson Road Sunday, Sept 1 lth, 10:30am
Michael Theall, who is coordinator of Substance Abuse and Mental 9
Health Services for Sarasota County, will explain his challenging work. N
Sunday Morning Forum at 9am in 2300 Edmondson Road will present a
discussion of "Madison, Jefferson and Williams on Church and State."
Music Director: Dr. David B. Katz
www.uucov.com tel. 485-2105


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


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 Rails, Senior Pastor
Rev. J. Ralph Burton, Asst. Pastor
Bob Suter, Contemporary Worship Leader
a Wesley John Schumacher, Director of Music


L'Shana Tova Tlkatevu
The Jewish Community Center of Venice invites you
to worship with us on the High Holy Days 5766/2005.
Rabbi Alan Fuchs officiating, with Cantor Marci Vitkus
and the JCCV choir accompanied by organist Gary Guyon.
Children's services and activities are available. For more
information on dates and times call the JCCV office at
(941) 484-2022. ___,


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









FRIDAY, SEPT, 9, 2005 VENICE GONDOLIER SUN 7B


Venice Interfaith Community


Association celebrates first year


new season


begins


REV. SUSANNE NAZIAN
RELIGION COLUMNIST

Looking at the world
around us from a different
perspective has never been
easy. Often it is because we
have become so set in our
ways that the only perspective
we see is our own.
The Venice Interfaith
Community Association
(VICA) was born from the
knowledge that our commu-
nity was growing at an incred-
ible rate and bringing into our
midst a variety of religions.
Jewish, Muslim Buddhist,
Bah'ai and Unitarian Uni-
versalist communities as well
as Catholic, Protestant and
Mormon groups mirror the
diversity that has marked our
great country's growth over


the last century.
In a world where conflict-
ing beliefs lead to division
and exclusion, it seemed time
to learn to work together, to
love alike and not only to tol-
erate other views but respect
them. While our religions
may lead us on different
paths, our wants, our desires,
our hearts are all the same.
But how can we get to
know and respect one other
when we don't understand
each other's beliefs? To that
end VICA holds programs the
second Tuesday of each
month, September through
May, that focus on specific
faiths that celebrate similari-
ties as well as differences. We
also bring to our member-
ship's attention the organiza-
tions that serve interfaith
needs such as Hospice and
the Senior Friendship Center.
In its first year, the inter-
faith group sponsored the
Venice High School Bac-
calaureate Service, held an
interfaith winter celebration
that included commemora-
tion of the Winter Solstice,
Hanukkah and Christmas,
and sponsored "Reunion at
the Well," a fund-raiser for the


Senior Friendship Center's
Senior Friends Program. Also
as part of our goal to be an
active member of our com-
munity, VICA became a mem-
ber of the Venice Area Cham-
ber of Commerce and affiliat-
ed with the Sarasota Inter-
faith/Interagency Network
for Disaster Relief.


INTERESTED?
VICA meets at 7 p.m.,
Tuesday, Sept. 13, at the
Jewish Community Center of
Venice, 600 North Auburn
Road. Call 496-8263 or e-mail
veniceinterfaith@
hotmail.com.


Now VICA looks to
increase its visibility in the
area, as well as to further its
goals of understanding and
acceptance of one another.
There will be another benefit
for the Senior Friendship
Center, continued sponsor-
ship of the Baccalaureate ser-
vice, holiday interfaith pro-
grams, and other planned
community participation.
The first VICA program


will be Tuesday, Sept. 13, at
7 p.m. at the Jewish Com-
munity Center of Venice.
The speakers will be Rev.
Carol Hartman, Venice
Hospice Chaplain, and Rev.
Kevin Crimmins, Coordi-
nator of Shepherd's Watch.
They will speak on the hos-
pice and on working with
people of various religious
groups. Their work provides
a concrete example of inter-
faith understanding in
action and is an excellent
beginning for this year's
exploration of faith and how
people of different faiths can
work together for the better-
ment of people's lives in this
area.
The Venice Interfaith Com-
munity Association invites
you to join us. We welcome
and affirm all people of good
will who wish to share their
traditions, learn the traditions
and beliefs of others, and
work together to improve the
quality of life for all members
of the Venice community.

Rev. Susanne Nazian is
minister of the Unitarian
Universalist Congregation of
Venice.


PHOTO COURTESY OF VEE GARRY-CHIULLI
Bev Zeiss, R.N., parish nurse, and Sister Bernadetta Staab,
SSND, of Epiphany Cathedral, prepare for the new season in
their Life Issues ministries.





KATRINA from page 6B


bama, Mississippi and the
Western Florida Panhandle.
Its parent organization,
United Jewish Communities,
is coordinating relief efforts.
Donate online at smjf.org,
or mail a check marked


"Hurricane Relief Fund" to
Sarasota-Manatee Jewish
Federation, Attn: Hurricane
Relief Fund, .Klingenstein
Jewish Center, 580 South
McIntosh Road, Sarasota, FL
34232.


BRIEFS frompage6B


torium, 1 Indian Ave. Vol-
unteers will load and drive a
truck with supplies to Biloxi,
Miss., as part of Christian
Disaster Response. Items
needed include health and
medicine supplies, kitchen
items, hygiene products and
food staples. E-mail tjthe-
leach@verizon.net or visit
gcbcfl.com.
Interfaith meeting
The Venice Interfaith
Association celebrates its first
anniversary with a meeting at
7 p.m. at the Jewish Com-
munity Center of Venice on
Tuesday, Sept, 13. The Rev.
Carol Morril, Chaplain for the
Southwest Florida Hospice,
and the Rev. Kevin Crimmins,
coordinator for Shepherd's
Watch, discuss pallative care
and other hospice issues.
Light refreshments. The pub-
lic is welcome.
High Holiday preparation
Chabad of Venice/North
Port invites you to Explore the
Deeper Dimensions of the
High Holidays at Dr. Simo-
witz's office, 722 The Rialto,
Venice, Wednesdays at 7:30
p.m., Sept. 14 and 28. Led by
Rabbi Sholom Schmerling.
Free and open to the public.
Call 429-1190.
'Tots' open house
The "Garden of Jewish
Learning" Program for ages 2-
.5 holds an open house at 11
a.m., Saturday, Sept. 10, at the
Jewish Community Center of


Venice at 600 North Auburn
Road. Coffee and bagels will
be served and there will be an
opportunity to visit the mod-
ern facility and meet the pro-
fessional staff. For more infor-
mation, call 484-4246.
Eckankar
Eckankar, religion of light
and sound of God, offers spir-
itual discussion and contem-
plation on Dreams Your
Problem Solvers, at 7 p.m.,
Monday, Sept. 12, at Venice
Public Library, 300 S. Noko-
mis. Find ways to remember
and interpret' your dreams
based on Eckarikar teachings.
Call 358-0325, 924-4741, or
visit www.eck-florida.org.
Support group
If you have lost a loved one
recently and are going
through the grief process,
Emmanuel Lutheran Church
hosts a support group start-
ing Monday, Sept. 12, 10:30
a.m.-noon, for six consecu-
tive Mondays. The church is
located at 790 South Tamiami
Trail, Venice. Call 488-4942.
Justice and Equity Day
Sarasota Openly Plans for
Excellence (SCOPE), Race
and Cultural Relations volun-
teers host the 2005 Justice
and Equity Day Breakfast at
7:30 a.m. Friday, Sept. 16, at
the Church of the Palms
Presbyterian Church. Guest
speaker Rev. Dr. Michael Jesse
Battle addresses race and cul-
tural relations through the


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church. This conversation
unravels the role of African-
American churches in racial
relations. A $25 donation is
required and reservations
required by Sept. 12 by con-
tacting Sarasota United for
Responsibility and Equity at
954-6553 or suresarasota@
verizon.net. SCOPE can be
reached at 365-8751.
Aglow
The Venice/Englewood
Chapter of Women's Aglow
Lighthouse meets 6:30-9 p.m.
Tuesday, Sept. 13, at the Bon
Secours Venice HealthPark,
Lions Club Community
Room entrance, at the corner
of Jacaranda Boulevard and
Center road. Speaker is Dean-
na Dolby, Southwest Florida-
area president of Aglow. This
free event is open to women
of all denominations. Call
Lucy at 697-4657.
Voice of the Faithful
Voice of the Faithful meets
the third Thursday of each
month (Sept. 15) at 7 p.m. at
Epiphany Cathedral Parish
Library in Venice. Call 966-
5343.
Band fest rescheduled
Suncoast Worship Center
has rescheduled its Youth
Band Fest for 7 p.m. Friday,
Sept. 16, at 881 South River
Road in Englewood. Some-
thing Like Simon, Standing
Stone and Guide Dog Blind
perform. Tickets are $5 at the


door; advanced tickets and
youth group discounts avail-
able. Snack bar and game
room open at 6 p.m. Call
Pastor Terry at 474-5045 or
visit suncoastworship.org.
Potluck dinner


Prior to the Venice Jewish
Community Center's Friday
night services with Rabbi Ann
White (above) and Cantor
Marci Vitkus on Sept. 16,
there will be a potluck dinner
at 6 p.m. consisting of dairy
dishes. The' public .is wel-
come. The JCCV is located at
600 North Auburn Road. Call
484-2022.
Festival day
First Baptist Church, 312
W. Miami Ave., Venice, holds
a Super Sunday Festival Day
on Sept. 18, featuring spe-
cial music and games for
youth. Lunch served 10:40
a.m.-12:15 p.m. Bring a dish
and a friend. Visitors wel-
come. Call 485-1314 for a
free ticket.

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Michael English at 6 p.m. at
881 South River Road in
Englewood. Enjoy this con-
cert of Christian contempo-
rary and Southern gospel
music. Call 474-5045 or visit
suncoastworship.org.
Temple dedication
Members of Temple Sinai,
4631 South Lockwood Ridge
Road in Sarasota, dedicate the
new sanctuary and campus at
3 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 18, fol-
lowed by a reception. Rabbi
Geoffrey Huntting, syna-
gogue president Gwen Base-
man and other leaders will be
present. The community is
welcome. Call 924-1802.
Mah jongg tournament
The Jewish Community
Center of Venice, 600 North
Auburn Road, holds a mah
jongg tournament at 9:45
a.m., Monday, Sept. 19.
Beginners and advanced
players needed. Bagels and
coffee and lunch served. Cash
prizes awarded. Entry fee is
$24 per person. Send pay-
ment to the JCCV 600 North
Auburn Road, Venice, 34292.
Call Ruth at 492-6025 or Lois
at 486-1998.
Spiritual workshop
"If only I could...," a spiri-
tual workshop to prepare for
the Jewish High Holidays, will
be presented by Rabbi Ann


White at the Jewish Com-
munity Center of Venice at 10
a.m., Tuesday, Sept. 20, and at
7 p.m., Thursday, Sept. 22, at
600 North Auburn Road. The
public is welcome. Call 484-
2022.
Jewish women's circle
Discover the deeper mean-
ing behind the High Holidays.
Create Rosh Hoshanah cards
with a professional card-mak-
ing instructor. Refreshments
served. Cost: $10. RSVP to
Rivka Schmerling at chabad-
venice@gmail.com or call the
Chabad Center at 429-1190.
Women's retreat
Join Rev. Denise Oyler and
Rev. Jacquie Riker for a
women's weekend of Soul
Revival on Boca Grande
island Oct. 21-23. The event
includes exercises such as
Theatre of the Mind and Art
Therapy to revive the heart,
soul, purpose and femininity.
The cost is $399, including
lodging and some meals. A
$200 deposit due by Friday,
Sept. 23. Call Rev. Oyler to reg-
ister at 914-6526.
Pancakes
Emmanuel Lutheran
Church holds a free pancake
supper the last Sunday of
every month (Sept. 25), 4:30-6
p.m. at 800 South Tamiami
Trail inVenice. Come for juice,
coffee, pancakes and bacon.


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STAFF REPORT

Keep Sarasota County
Beautiful hosts the 19th
annual International Coastal
Cleanup, 8 a.m.-noon,
Saturday, Sept. 17, at a variety
of locations throughout Sara-
sota County. Organizers hope
to engage people to remove
trash and debris from area
beaches and waterways, to
identify the sources of debris,
and to change the behavior
that cause pollution.
The cleanup is the world's
largest one-day volunteer
effort that supports the
marine environment, accord-
ing to Keep Sarasota County
Beautiful,s manager, Sandra
Washington. "In 2004, more
than 1,687 volunteers from
Sarasota County participated
in the cleanup, collecting
more than 50,000 pounds of
marine debris," said Washin-
gton. Volunteers also found
entangled animals, proving
the dangers that marine
debris plays in the coastal
environment.
In Sarasota, cleanup will
take place at the following
locations: Bay Island Park,
Blackburn Pine Park, Blind


Pass Beach, South Brohard
Beach, Caspersen Beach,
Centennial Park, City Island,
Edwards Island, Five Points,
Indian Beach, Lido Beach,
South Lido Beach, Manasota
Beach, Mlyakka River Bridge,
New Pass Fishing Pier,
Nokomis Beach, the Nokomis
East neighborhood, North
Jetty Beach, South Jetty
Beach, the Osprey fishing
pier, Oscar Scherer State Park,
Palmer Point Beach, Phillippi
Creek, Phillippi Estates, Point
of Rocks, Ringling Causeway,
Service Club Park, Siesta
Beach, Shoreland Park, South
Venice Beach, Turtle Beach,
Venetia Bay Park, Venice
Beach, Galilee Cemetery and
Woodlawn Cemetary.
Volunteer will collect infor-
mation about the items they
find. Data will be studied to
learn more about the global
debris problem, educate the
public and find solutions.
To register a group, site
captain and cleanup location,
call the Sarasota County Call
Center at 861-5000 and ask
for Keep Sarasota County
Beautiful. Rain date for the
cleanup will be Saturday,
Sept. 24.


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VENUE from page 38


Donation: $3. RSVP by Sept.
12 to 584-0090 or 584-0031.
Dancing
Intermediate line dance
classes take place at
Jacaranda Trace, Mondays,
7:15-8:45 p.m. $4 per class.
Instructor: Jackie Wheeler.
Call 493-2776.
Bingo
Disabled American Veterans
hosts bingo with bingo sheets
and dabbers, Mondays at 6
p.m. at 600 Colonia Lane in
Nokomis. For more informa-
tion, call 488-4500.
Anger management
The Women's Resource
Center of Sarasota County,
806 Pinebrook Road, Venice,
hosts a support group for
anger management, Mon-
days, 10-11:30 a.m. Led by


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ANSWERS fromSept.4


Sandra Zellick, PhD. Fee: $5.
Call 485-9724.
Justice and Equity Day
Sarasota Openly Plans for
Excellence (SCOPE), Race
and Cultural Relations volun-
teers host the 2005. Justice
and Equity Day Breakfast at
7:30 a.m. Friday, Sept. 16, at
the Church of the Palms
Presbyterian Church. Guest
speaker Rev. Dr. Michael Jesse
Battle addresses race and cul-
tural relations through the
lens of spirituality and the
church, and the role of
African-American churches
in racial relations. Donation:
$25. RSVP by Sept. 12 by con-
tacting Sarasota United for
Responsibility and Equity at
954-6553 or suresarasota@
verizon.net. SCOPE can be
reached at 365-8751.

Senior Friendship Center,
2350 Scenic Drive, Venice,
584-0075
10 a.m., Camera Club, free,
donations encouraged; 11
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Seniors group
Seniors Without Partners
meets at the VFW Hall, 832 E.
Venice Ave., Mondays, 12:30-
3:30 p.m. for a meeting and
cards. For more information,
call Marie at 485-8739.
Shuffleboard
Venice Shuffleboard Club
meets at 9 a.m. every
Monday, Wednesday and
Friday. Lessons available. Call
Barbara at 485-1678.
Kayak trip
The American Littoral Society
holds a quiet-water kayak trip
on Little Sarasota Bay. to
Palmer Point, 6-8:30 p.m. See
birds, fish, the Neville
Preserve and other islands on
the bay. Training and equip-
ment provided. Bring water,
sunscreen and insect repel-
lent. Cost:. $20 for ALS mem-
bers, $25 for nonmembers.
RSVP to'John at 966-7308.

TUESDAY,
SEPT. 13
Hobby club
The South Venice Women's
and Hobby Club meets at 9:30
a.m. the second Tuesday of
the month at the South
Venice Community building,
720 Alligator Drive. New and
regular members welcome.
Call Dorothy at 497-0295.
College club
The College Club of the
Venice Area holds a luncheon
meeting at the Jacaranda
West Country Club, 1901
Jacaranda Blvd., Venice.


Cindy Guest, head librarian of
Sarasota County library sys-
tem, discusses new services,
Web page changes and new
links, and audio/e-book ser-
vices. For club information,
call President Kathi Cellura at
496-4963.
Florida House classes
Sarasota County Extension
offers free classes Tuesdays at
the Florida House Learning
Center at the corner of
Proctor and Beneva Roads in
Sarasota, Sept. 13: 2-3 p.m.,
the topic is Pool Decking and
Solar Pool Heating. Regis-
tration required by calling
316-1200.
Story time
The Bookshop, 241 W. Venice
Ave., hosts story time for par-
ents and toddlers at 11 a.m.
Call 488-1307.
Elks dinner
The Venice Nokomis Elks
Lodge holds a Salisbury steak
dinner, 5-7 p.m. at 119 E.
Venice Ave. Cost is $6. Call
486-1854.
Money workshop.
Serenity Gardens hosts The
Soul of Money, workshop on
your relationship with
money, Tuesday, Sept. 13 and
20, 7-9 p.m. at 530 South U.S.
41 Bypass in Venice, in Brick-
yard Plaza. Led by Patti
Yarranton, LMHC. Donations
accepted. Register by calling
486-3577.
Toastmasters
The Venice Toastmasters
meet Tuesdays at 7:30 a.m. at


the Venice Chamber of
Commerce, 597 South
Tamiami Trail on the island.
Call Mary at 488-1769.
Association meeting
The Nokomis East Associa-
tion holds a general meeting
at 6:30 p.m. at the Nokomis
Community Center, 234 Nip-
pino Trail. T. Goluch from
Sarasota County Public Works
discusses the road improve-
ment projects in Nokomis.
The public is welcome; coffee
and desserts follow. Call Dick
Bess, president, at 484-5925.
The Women's Resource
Center of Sarasota County,
806 Pinebrook Road, Venice,
485-9724
* Yoga, 10:30-noon. Fee: $8.
* Women's Support and
Empowerment Group, 6-7:30
p.m. Led by Billie Gimenez,
MS, LMFT. Fee: $5.
Democracy for America
Christine Jennings, Demo-
cratic candidate for the 13th
congressional district, is the
speaker when Democracy for
America meets, 7-9 p.m., at
Venice Public Library, 300 S.
Nokomis Ave. For more infor-
mation, call 474-1551.
Anglers
The Sarasota Sportfishing
Anglers Club meets at 7:30
p.m. at Bee Ridge Park, 4430
Lockwood Ridge Road in
Sarasota. Capt. Jim Roberts of
Reel Dreams discusses
Fishing Secrets of Light
Tackle. For more information,
call Terry at 320-2613.


Study Shakespeare
The Shakespeare reading and
discussion group meets at
Selby Public Library, 1331
First St., Sarasota, Tuesdays,
2-3:30 p.m. All are welcome.
Call 721-8390 or 924-3710.
Pilates
Certified Pilates instructor
Randi Green teaches an
ongoing session with exercise
ball for beginners Tuesdays,
4-5:15 p.m. at Serenity
Gardens in the Brickyard
Plaza in Venice. Cost is $75 for
six weeks or $15 for walk-ins.
Call 497-2239.,
Dance events
* Summer square dance plus-
level workshops will be held 3-
5 p.m. Tuesday, through Sept.
27 at the Country Club Estates
Clubhouse, 700 North Water-
way on Venice island. Cost is
$5; call Gayle at 484-0066.
* Gotta Dance Studio, 4-Bays
Center, 303 South Tamiami
Trail in Nokomis, offers
Argentine Tango Basics for
Beginners, 8-9:30 p.m. $10.
Call 486-0326.
* Learn Latin and ballroom
dancing Tuesdays, 10 a.m.-
noon at Senior Friendship
Center, 2350 Scenic Drive,
Venice. Cost: $1. Call 584-0075.
Living wills forum
Southeast Tissue Alliance
invites the public to a free
community forum on living
wills, tissue donation and
advance directives, 10:30 a.m.
at the Sandra Sims Terry
Community Center in Laurel,
509 Collins Road. Seating is
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early evening hours I felt the
need to call an old friend who
was suffering from terminal
blood cancer.
We were separated by over
a thousand miles but I could
tell by his quivering voice that
he was very ill.
"I'm hanging in," he said in
response to my opening
words, and wanted to know
how I was doing.
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saying, "I'll call you soon."
Then, as if in the distance, he
thanked me for calling.
That night I couldn't sleep
and found myself express-
ing in a letter what I couldn't
find words to say on the
phone. I wrote about the
good times we shared
watching our children grow
and mature and marry. How
we agreed that our love for
our family what was kept us
going in difficult times, they
gave purpose to our lives.
And always would.
We had gotten to know
each other in business. I was
with an advertising agency
and he was my client and
there always seemed to be a
crisis of some sort. Over the
years we had become good
friends and we would some-
times go to lunch or drive
home together but once we
got past discussing business
and sports, it always came
down to family: our children's
education, their confirma-
tions, graduations, weddings.
The letter I wrote turned
out to be a eulogy. He died
shortly after my phone call


and at about the time I was
writing him the letter.
This would be all but a fad-
ing memory had I not had a
similar experience recently.
My wife and I were visiting
our children in the northeast
when I decided to phone a
friend here who was under-
going treatment for an illness
that was not life threatening
but nonetheless difficult.
When I asked how he was
he said simply, "I have can-
cer."
"Will you be having
chemotherapy or radiation?"
"The doctor said it would-
n't help," he answered quietly.
All I could think of saying
was, "We'll see you soon."
I didn't realize then that
those were the right words. In
speaking to Rabbi Ann White
of our Jewish Center in
Venice, she expressed the
belief that your presence,
whether expressed in words
or in being, was most impor-
tant to a person with a life-
limiting illness.
Just as Hospice caregivers
can help allay pain and suf-
fering for patients, we as
friends and family can give


comfort by just being there -
by showing love and affection
for those whose time is so
precious.
The Hospice of Southwest
Florida is in need of volun-
teers for a myriad of tasks that
go beyond home nursing,
such as picking up drugs at
the pharmacy or transporting
patients to their doctor
appointments. Or simply sit-
ting with the patient while
family members go out for a
breath of air or run an errand.
For information, call Linda
Pierce at 441-2003, or plan on
attending the Venice Inter-
faith Community Association
meeting at the Jewish Com-.
munity Center of Venice (600
North Auburn Road) at 7
p.m., Tuesday, Sept. 13. The
Rev. Carol Morril, Chaplain
for the Hospice of Southwest
Florida and the Rev. Kevin
Crimmins, coordinator for
Shepherd's Watch, will be
speaking on the many
aspects of this important pro-
gram and how you can make
a difference.
There are times when
deeds are more important
than words, aren't they?


HEALTH BRIEFS


Blood-pressure clinic
Sunrise Home Care offers a
free blood-pressure clinic
every Wednesday, 10 a.m.-
noon at 530 U.S. 41 Bypass,
Suite 6A, in Venice, in the
Brickyard Plaza next to Mi
Pueblo restaurant. The clinic
is run by Norman Shewman,
BSN, RN, and Lisa Conway,
RN. Call 486-9604.
Caregivers group
The Women's Resource
Center is starting a weekly
Caregiver's Support Group to
provide a conduit for sharing
and information. In coopera-
tion with JFCS and Senior
Solutions, the group will be
facilitated by David Williams,
a Licensed Clinical Social
Worker. The Caregivers' Sup-
port Group meets Friday,
1:30-3 p.m., beginning Sept.
9, at the Women's Resource
Center, 806 Pinebrook Plaza
in Venice. Call 485-9724.
Grief support
If you have lost a loved one
recently and are going
through the grief process,
Emmanuel Lutheran Church
hosts a support group starting
Monday, Sept. 12, 10:30 a.m.-


noon for six
Monday at
Tamiami Trail,
Bev at 488-4942.


consecutive
790 South
Venice. Call


Grandparents.group
The Grandparents Raising
Grandkids support group
meets the second Tuesday of
the month, Sept. 13, at 9:30
a.m. in the Englewood Com-
munity Hospital cafeteria.
Call Sandy at 475-3615.
Good food
Explore and discuss the
new USDA food pyramid and
food guidelines with My-
Pyramid, at 2 p.m., Thursday,
Sept. 15, at the Shamrock Park
Nature Center, 3900 W.
Shamrock Blvd., Venice. This
program will provide infor-
mation to help understand
MyPyramid and help deter-
mine the right amount of
food needed to balance with
daily physical activity. The
class is free, but registration is
required. Call 486-2706.
Parkinson's support
The Parkinson's support
group meets Friday, Sept. 16
at 10 a.m. in the Englewood
Community Hospital Sun-


coast Auditorium.
Insurance help
SHINE (Serving Health
Insurance Needs of Elders)
visits Jacaranda Library, 9
a.m.-noon, Tuesday, Sept. 13,
and 9 a.m.-noon, Tuesday
Sept. 27, at 4143 Woodmere
Park Blvd., Venice. A certified
volunteer will be available to
assist with health-insurance
concerns.
Caregivers support
The caregivers support
group meets Monday, Sept.
19, at 2 p.m. in the Englewood
Community Hospital cafete-
ria. Learn coping strategies
and how to find respite care.
Call 485-9724.


Osteoporosis support
The osteoporosis support
group meets Monday, Sept.
19, 6:30-7:30 p.m., in the
Englewood Community Hos-
pital Suncoast auditorium.
Call 473-9865.
Alzheimers support
The Alzheimers support
group meets Wednesday,
Sept. 21, at 2 p.m. at River
Oaks, 925 River Road South,
Englewood. Call 474-8600.
Bereavement support
The bereavement support
group meets Thursday, Sept.
22,3-4 p.m. in the administra-
tive conference room at
Englewood Community Hos-
pital. Call 473-9865.


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United Animal Nations
(UAN) is sending leaders with
its Emergency Animal Rescue
Service (EARS) into Louisiana
to assist with the evacuation
of a reported 175 animals at a
Metairie animal hospital. The
state of Louisiana Office of
Emergency Services has given
Sacramento, Calif.-based UAN
permission to enter the state
and assist with animal disaster
relief and rescue efforts.
"Our phones are ringing off
the hook with calls from fran-
tic evacuees who can't get
back to their animals," said
UAN president Jennifer Fear-
ing. "We don't know what
we'll see when we get there,
but we're hopeful that our
presence will lead to further
animal rescue efforts in the
hurricane-ravaged area."


Monday, Aug. 29, UAN put
its nationwide network of
2,300 trained EARS volun-
teers on alert for a potential
response to Hurricane Ka-
trina. Since then, nearly 650
people from all 50 U.S. states
have reported their willing-
ness to respond as needed.
These volunteers include
skilled search and rescue per-
sonnel, veterinary techni-
cians, veterinarians and ani-
mal shelter directors. Addi-
tionally, UAN has been flood-
ed with offers of land in the
area to serve as a staging area,
air, water and land transpor-
tation, horse trailers, mobile
veterinary clinics and a virtual
fleet of trucks and RVs.
Supporting UAN's efforts
will be Colorado-based Code
3 Associates, whose base of
operations is its Mobile
Command Vehicle, a mas-


sive, self-sufficient disaster-
relief tractor and trailer unit
that is leaving imminently
for Louisiana. The Code 3
vehicle is being sponsored by
IFAW (International Fund for
Animal Welfare, ifaw.org),
which is sending its interna-
tional Emergency Relief
Team to join Code 3 and


ing string of hurricanes in
Florida.
EARS disaster rescues are
funded by donations and
provided free of charge to the
affected communities. To
contribute to the EARS Hur-
ricane Katrina effort, send
donations to UAN, PO. Box
188890, Sacramento, CA


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UAN on the ground in
Metairie.
During the past 15 and
through more than 60 disas-
ters, EARS volunteers have
helped thousands of animal
disaster victims, including
more than 400 animals dur-
ing last summer's devastat-


95818 or give online. Daily
updates about the EARS
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Artists, communities
Artists and community mem-
bers are invited to a conversa-
tion about using the arts as a
tool for community building
in Sarasota County. Join
SCOPE, Sarasota County
Openly Plans for Excellence,
5:30-7:30 p.m., Wednesday,
Sept. 14 at the Selby Gallery,
Ringling School of Art and
Design. The conversation will
focus on exploring the possi-
bilities for the intersection of
art and community building.
RSVP to SCOPE at 365-8751.
Food pyramid class
Explore the new UDFA food
pyramid in a one-hour class
at 2 p.m., Thursday, Sept. 15,
at Shamrock Park Nature
Center, 3900 W. Shamrock
Drive in Venice. The class is
free but registration is re-
quired. For more informa-
tion, call 486-2706.
Jewelry class
Designer Melissa Searle
teaches a jewelry-making
classes, 2-5 p.m., Thursday,
Sept. 15 and.29, at Wood-
mere Park, Room B-I, 3951
Woodmere Park Blvd., Venice.
Ages 12_and older are wel-
come to create jewelry from
one classroom session. Fee
for materials used only. Class
size is small; RSVP to Searle
at227-4335.
Card party
The Venice-Nokomis Drove
No. 141 B.EO. Does holds a
guys and dolls card party,
11:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m., Thurs-


day, Sept. 15, at the Venice
Elks Club, 119 E. Venice Ave.,
Venice. Snacks and desserts
served and prizes awarded.
Donation: $4. Call 488-5448.
Connecticut Club
The last Summer Fun get
together of the Connecticut
Club takes place at noon,
Thursday, Sept. 15 at Troyer's
Dutch Heritage Restaurant,
3713 Bahia Vista St., Sarasota.
A program on the research,
educational and environ-
mental work at Mote Marine
follows lunch. Connecticut
Club membership is open to
anyone with ties to the state,
and guests are always wel-
come. RSVP to John at
302-3625.
ARC mobile clinic
The Animal Rescue Coalition
mobile clinic offers low- or
no-cost spays and neuters
for pets of income-eligible
families. Friday, Sept. 16, the
clinic visits Venice Goodwill,
1752 South Tamiami Trail.
Appointments required by
calling 957-1955, Ext. 5.
The Platters
The Platters, featuring Mon-
roe Powell, celebrate 50 years
of favorite jukebox memories,
7:30. p.m., Friday, Sept. 16 at
the Charlotte County Cultural
Center, 2280 Aaron St., Port
Charlotte. Special guest artist
Jennifer Strode. Tickets ar
$12-$15. For more informa-
tion, call the box office at
(941) 625-4175, Ext. 221 or
222.
Theatre Guild lunch
The Venice Little Theatre
Guild holds its'annual Kick
off the Season luncheon
Saturday, Sept. 24 at 11:30


a.m. at the Venetian Golf and
River, Club in Venice. A cash
bar will be available. Social
11:30 a.m.-12:15 p.m., a busi-
ness meeting will be held
until 12:30 p.m., followed by
the luncheon with poet Linda
Neckel White, "Journey into
a Poet's Mind." This event is
open to all guild members,
guests and the public. Res-
ervation forms may be ob-
tained at the box office at 140
W. Tampa Ave. The cost is
$20. RSVP by Sept. 17.
Nature walks
New College professor of
biology and environmental
studies Dr. Meg Lowman, in
association with Sarasota
County Natural Resources,
leads nature walks for the
public. Space is limited to 50.
Bring a jacket, camera, sturdy
shoes, hat, sunscreen, insect
repellent and water. Saturday,
Sept. 17, 11 a.m.: Red Bug
Slough Preserve, 5200 Beneva
Road, Sarasota (meet in park-
ing lot); Wednesday, Oct. 5,
2 p.m., Myakka River State
Park, 13207 State Road 72,
Sarasota (meet in parking lot
of park's walkway); Saturday,
Oct. 29, 11 a.m.: Carlton
Reserve, 1800 Mabry Carlton
Parkway, Venice (meet out-
side ranger's hut near main
parking area). RSVP to New
College at 359-4365.
Navy League
Saraosta-Manatee Council,
Navy League of the United
States, meets Wednesday,
Sept. 21, at 6 p.m. at the Bird
Key Yacht Club, 301 Bird Key
Drive. Speaker is VADM David
L. Brewer, Commanding Of-
ficer of the Military Sealift
Command. Dinner is $26 and
the public is welcome. RSVP


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NYU alumni
The New York University
Alumni Club, West Coast of
Florida Chapter, meets at
11:30 a.m., Thursday, Sept. 17,
at the Eckerd College Con-
tinuing Education Center,
4200 S. 54th Ave. in St.
Petersburg. Speaker is inter-
national business consultant
and author Frank Swacker.
RSVP to (888) 263-5963.
Fund-raiser
The Committee to Elect
Michael LaFevers to the
Congressional seat of district
13 holds its first fund-raiser
at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 17,
at Michael's On East, 1212
East Ave., Sarasota. The gala
evening features fine cuisine
and musical entertainment.
Tickets are $100 per person
and can be purchased on-
line at mikelafevers.com or
by check' payable to The
Committee to Elect Michael
LaFevers, RO. Box 20021,
Bradenton, FL 34204. Call
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Grace Com unity Bible
Church collects items for vic-
tims of Hurricane Katrina,
Saturday, Sept. 10, 4-7 p.m. at
the Venice High School audi-
torium, 1 Indian iAve. Vol-
unteers will load and drive a
truck with supplies ,to Biloxi,
Miss., as part of Christian
Disaster Response. Items
needed include health and
medicine supplies, kitchen
items, hygiene products and
food staples. For more infor-
mation, e-mail tjtheleach@
verizon.net or visit gcbcfl.
com.
Gifts of the Heart kits
Packing instructions
After packing your recovery
kit in a sturdy box and taping it
securely (one per box for the
larger kits), enclose a personal
note: "A 'Gift of the Heart,' sent
with love and prayers, from
(your name and organiza-
tion)." On the side of the box,
indicate the kind of kit
enclosed. If you can't find
enough boxes and you're
preparing multiple kits, dou-
ble-bag individual kits in
paper grocery bags and tape
the top closed.

Health kit
(place in large zip bag)
Hand towel
Comb
Washcloth
Toothbrush and toothpaste
(4-7 oz.)
Nail file
New bath-size bar soap
Bandages (6)
Aftershave lotion
Deodorant
Shampoo
Razors
Facial tissues

Kitchen utensils kit
Metal tea kettle
Metal cooking pots-1&3 qt.
with lids
Metal 12-in. skillet with lid
Spatula
Can opener, handheld
Dish washing detergent,
16 oz. plastic bottle
Paper napkins, large package
Salt and pepper shakers
nonbreakablee)
Dish towels, pot holders,


sponges (2 each)
Large serving spoons (3)
Durable plastic plates, bowls,
and cups (4 each)
Stainless steel eating utensils
(4 sets)

Bedding kit
2 new or clean, used flat
sheets and pillowcases
2 new pillows

Clean-up kit
Bucket filled with sponges
Wire brush
Plastic trash bags
Scrub brush
Rubber gloves
Lysol-type disinfectant 32 oz.
Plastic bottle

Food staples kit
Box iodized salt
Cooking oil,
32 oz. plastic bottle
Canned or corned beef, 12 oz.
Canned tuna
or chicken, 12 oz.
Granulated sugar, 1 lb. box
Powdered milk, 4 lb. box
Pepper, 8 oz. can
Instant coffee, 8 oz.
Tea bags, box of 25
Dry beans, 4 lb. bag
White rice, 5 lb. bag

Family medicine cabinet kits
Appropriate for family needs
and easily assembled by an
individual or family
Adult pain reliever
(Acetaminophen, Aspirin,
Ibuprofen)
Children's pain reliever
(Chewable Tylenol)
Adult multiple vitamins (One-
A Day)
Children's multiple vitamins
(Flintstones)
Antacid (Turns, Rolaids,
Maalox)
Hydrogen peroxide in plastic
bottle
Antibiotic or first-aid cream
(Neosporin, Triple-antibiotic
ointment)
Assorted bandages (1 box)

Grace Community Bible
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High School auditorium
Saturday at 6 p.m., and exists
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PHOTO COURTESY OF SUNCOAST HUMANE SOCIETY
Misty is a spayed, tortoise-shell female cat that is about 3-4
years old. She was brought into Suncoast Humane Society by a
woman after her daughter moved out and left her cat. Misty
has been living at the shelter since 2004 and now would like to
have a home of her own and a warm lap to sit on. Come meet
Misty at the Suncoast Humane Society, 6781 San Casa Drive in
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Local chorus invites men

who like to sing to guest night


Men of all ages who like
to sing are invited to The
Gondoliers Barbershop Chor-
us guest night at 6:30 p.m.,
Monday, Sept. 19 at Bay
Indies, Bay View Club House,
950 Ridgewdod Ave.
It's all part of You Can
Sing Too, a North American
recruitment campaign by the
Barbershop Harmony Soci-
ety. The Venice Gondoliers
represent the Barbershop
Harmony Society's Chapter
001. There is no charge for
the event.
Guests will be invited to
join in singing harmony.
Refreshments will be served.
The Barbershop Harmony


Society, an international
singing organization with
more than 30,000 members
throughout the United States
and Canada. The society
offers a broad program of
music education for men
interested in furthering their
knowledge and appreciation
of vocal music. Local chapters
also support a number of
charitable causes.
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2006, a calendar featuring 12
months of pirate images, for
Tide-mark Press in Con-
necticut.
The artist's Web site is
paravia.com
Wurtz earned fame as a
book.cover artist and also as
the author of 18 books, using
pictures and words to ex-
plore imaginative realms.
Widely accepted by fant-
asy gamers, Wurtz's art has
been turned into screen-
savers, puzzles, greeting
cards and book covers for
her own fantasy novels. One
of her space paintings was
exhibited at NASA's 25th


anniversary show. Other
works have been displayed at
the Canton Art Museum,
Lever House and Hayden
Planetarium in NewYork.
Linda Thompson's paint-
ings have been described as
"chapters from the ever-
unfolding story of nature; an
exciting blend of her artistic
talents, keen powers of ob-
servation and genuine love
and concern for her marine
mammal subjects."
The Ohio native has lived
on the gulf coast of Florida
since 1986, concentrating on
the underwater world of
marine mammals, the ocean


and its varied sea life.
Many of her works have
been published as prints by
Mill Pond Press in Venice. The
artist is a member of the
Society of Animal Artists.
Two other artists who spe-
cialize in wildlife art are Suzie
and John Seerey-Lester of
Osprey.
John, born in Manchester,
England, is internationally
known for his works depict-
ing large mammals and birds
of prey, while Suzie has won
awards for her pictures of
birds and underwater crea-
tures. Both are masters of
"plein air" painting.


John also does commis-
sioned portraiture, continu-
ing to do figurative work
between his wildlife paint-
ings. He has made many
trips to Africa and since 1983,
he too has been represented
by Mill Pond Press, which
has printed more than 300 of
his works. Early prints of his
works have long been sold
out and are highly prized by
collectors. Mill Pond pub-
lished a book of his work in
1991. A second book was
published in the mid 1990s
and his latest book, "Painting
Wildlife with John Seerey-
Lester, was released early this


year. It is available at most
major bookshops, galleries
and directly from the artist.
In 2004, he was named
Artist of the Year of the
Southeastern Wildlife Expo
in Charleston.
In addition to many trips
to Africa, Seerey-Lester has
traveled to Canada, Alaska,
China, Antarctica, South and
Central America, India and
Nepal.
John and Suzie have been
married since 2000.
Tickets for The Fine Art
Experience are $40 per per-
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to participate in the 2005 Sun Fiesta Parade on
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22nd
The parade has been a part of Venice's downtown activities for the
part 30 years. This year's theme is "In the Pink." Women's Sertoma
welcomes all area schools, organizations, churches and service
clubs to participate in this parade. As always the parade will begin
at the west end of Venice Avenue. Instructions and parade map will
be provided at a later date. Return application and $25 entry fee
made out to Women's Sertoma Club of Venice. The entry fee is
waived for non-profit organizations. Mail to Beth Martin, 1202
Lexington Drive, Venice, FL 34292. You may fax to 485-9773.
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KIM COOL
FEATURES EDITOR

Registration for cheerlead-
ing classes designed for ages
5-15 will be at Nokomis
Community Park, 234 East
Nippino Trail, this evening,
Sept. 9, 6-7:30 p.m. The 45-
minute classes will be held at
the park each 'Friday Sept.
16-Dec. 16, except for Friday,
Nov. 25. This course is de-
signed for making friends
while learning the fundamen-
tals of cheerleading. Choreo-
graphed pompom and dance
routines will be taught, along
with jumps, stunts and other
skills required for school
cheerleading tryouts. For


more information, call An-
drea King at 480-3213 or 650-
1536 or Jonathan Poyner at
486-2595 or 232-3415. For
general information about
the classes, call the Sarasota
County Call Center at 861-
5000 and ask about cheer-
leading classes at Nokomis
Community Park.

Sunday, Sept. 11, the Ven-
ice Florida Corvettes will hold
its second annual Corvette
Show, a "Vette-Together," at
Centennial Park in downtown
Venice. The Vette-Together,
with $3,000 in prize money, is
being sponsored by Bill Buck
Chevrolet, billed as the Venice
area Corvette Connection.
The Holiday Inn on the
U.S. 41 Bypass will serve as
the host motel, and the local
Budweiser distributor will
sponsor the welcome party
dinner and dance on Sept. 10.
Venice Corvette Club
President Bob Anderson esti-
mates more than 180 will
show up for this year's Vette-
Together. Registration is $25
on the day of the show, $20
if you register in advance.


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The Sarasota Jewish The-
ater is holding auditions for
the musical, "Meshuggah
Nuns," 4:30-6:30 p.m. on
Sunday, Sept. 11 and 7-9
p.m. on Monday, Sept. 12.
"Meshugga Nuns" is another
in the "Nunsense" series and
features the four nuns who
reoccur in each of the shows
plus one new character.
Written by the original Nun-
sense creators, "Meshugga
Nuns" finds the nuns on
a cruise that has been be-
sieged by bad weather, mak-
ing almost everyone on the
ship seasick. The Captain
asked the nuns and an actor
from the ship's production of
"Fiddler" to put on a show.
They search for a common
theme and decide both
groups have "guilt" in com-
mon. The show contains lots
of fun comedy bits and sever-
al songs from famous films
and TV shows.


There are five. roles to be
cast: the hefty and brassy
Reverend Mother (Sister
Mary Regina); the street-wise,
somewhat off-center little girl
from Brooklyn, Sister Robert
Anne; Sister Mary Hubert
who is often cast as an
African-American gospel/
rock singing type; Sister Mary
Paul (aka Amnesia), a young,
slightly daffy Goldie Hawn
type with a country music
voice; and Howard Listz, a
professional actor/singer cur-
rently playing Tevye on the
cruise ship's production of
"Fiddler on the Roof." He is
charming, charismatic and
relates to the audience as a
stand-up comic. The show
will be performed Nov. 30-
Dec. 11 for eight perfor-
mances at the Flanzer Jewish
Community Center, 582 Mc-
Intosh Road, between Fruit-
ville and Bahia Vista, in
Sarasota. There will be no
shows Friday.
Those who plan to audi-
tion should prepare a 30- to


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60-second comedic mono-
logue and 32 bars from a
Broadway musical. An ac-
companist will be provided.
Bring sheet music in your
key, a resume if available,
and allow time to complete
an audition form. Auditions
will be on a first-come, first-
served basis, although calling
ahead is welcomed. For
more information, call Jon
Meyer at 378-5568, Ext. 231.
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The Sarasota-Manatee
Chapter of Sigma Alpha Iota
(a professional music frater-
nity for women) will meet at
the home of Barbara Jensen,
805 Pennsylvania Way, Sara-
sota on Saturday, Sept. 10 at
2 p.m. for a program to be
presented by Duets of Dis-
tinction: Mary Lee St. John
and Bonnie Wolfgram. They
will perform piano duets by
Mozart, Rachmaninoff, Kevin
Olson and Cole Porter. For
information, call 778-3282.
Sunday w*****ill be the fourth
Sunday will be the fourth


anniversary of the Sept. 11
terrorist attack on America.
The Frances T. Bourne Jac-
aranda Public Library has
joined the September Proj-
ect, an international grass-
roots effort to foster civic
events around Sept. 11. To
learn more about the project,
visit its Web site at thesep-
temberproject.org.
Beginning tomorrow, Sept.
10, the Frances T. Bourne
Jacaranda Library will host a
week-long series of com-
memorative events. Saturday,
there will be a 90-minute
screening of a documentary
film based on the events of
that day. The screening will
begin at 2 p.m. Monday, Sept.
12, the preschool storytime
program will feature Sarasota
County firefighters reading to
children 3-5 years of age at
10:30 a.m. From 11 a.m. to 1
p.m., the Bloodmobile of the
Florida Blood Center of
Venice will be in the parking

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Sun. 4:00-8:00pm
Monday
Wed. 6:00pm
Thurs. 5:00-8:00pm


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

Fraternal Order of Eagles
621 Colonia Lane
Nokomis 488-3876 Bandana Fri. 8:00-Midnight
Shining Stars Karaoke Wed. 7:00-10:00pm


Saltwater Cafe
1071 N. Tamiami Tr.
Nokomis 488-3775
Daryl Patrick Fri. 7:00pm
Gary Lesher Sat. 7:00pm
Gary Lesher Sun. 11:30am

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Moving Target Sat. 8:00-Midnight
Trinidudes Sun. 6:00-10:00pm
David Moore Wed. 6:00-10:00pm
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COOL frorn previous Green Sheet
lot of the library for dona-
tions. Tuesday, Sept. 13, 3:30-
4:30 p.m., children of all ages
can read a book about fire-
fighters, police officers or
working dogs to a Suncoast
Humane Society pet therapy
dog. Friday, Sept. 16, 10:30-
11:16 a.m., Toddler Tale Time
at the library will feature
stories about police officers
and fire fighters for children
1-3 years of age. All week,
there will be a display of adult,
young adult and juvenile
resources about Sept. 11.
The Frances T. Bourne
Jacaranda Public Library is at
4143 Woodmere Park Blvd.,
Venice. Registration is not
required for any of these
events but space is limited.
For more information
contact the Sarasota County
Call Center at (941) 861-5000
and ask about the Sept. 11
remembrance programs at
Jacaranda Library.

Venice Area Orchid Society
Plant Sale will be part of this
fall's Island Days. The society
will have its booth at the Bank
of America Building, 304 W.
Venice Ave., at the corner of
Nassau Street, opposite the
Centennial Park parking lot
and the Public Restroom
Building. The plants come
from the members' personal
collections as well as from
commercial vendor/mem-
bers. The money raised at the
sale helps to fund the annual
orchid show, which will be
held early in 2006 at the reno-
vated Venice Community
Center. In true "Show Must
Go" spirit, the show will be
canceled only if a hurricane
warning is issued. For more
information, call 497-7901 or
575-8588.

It is never too early to
make plans for the annual
October Sun Fiesta. Spon-
sored by Women's Sertoma in
downtown Venice, the event
begins at 5 p.m. Friday, Oct.
21 and continues through
Sunday at 6 p.m. with a
parade, bed races, continuous
entertainment, craft vendors,
an auction and food booths.
Go to sunfiesta.net for more
information.

Members of the Salvation
Army's JOY (Just Older Youth)
fellowship are heading to
Marina Jack's in Sarasota for
lunch. It is too late to join
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different and everyone is
welcome. Participants gener-
ally range in age from 50 tc
nearly 90.
Next week, Friday, Sept. 16,
the group will go to the Adult
Rehabilitation Center at 9
a.m. The cost is $2 per person
and will include lunch offered
by the ARC.
On Tuesday, Sept. 20, JOY
members and friends are
invited to bring their pets in to
headquarters at 10 a.m.
Photos will be taken to test
the theory that owners and
pets often resemble each
other.
Friday, Sept. 23, the group
and friends will travel to the
Museum of Science and
Industry in Tampa. The cost
is $17 and does not include
an IMAX Theatre presenta-
tion as that theater is being
renovated. The trip does in-
clude reservations for Body-
Works in the afternoon, as
well as bus transportation
and museum admittance.
Bring lunch money. The
group will eat at the museum
dining room. Prepaid reserva-
tions must be in by Sept. 20.
The bus will depart at 9 a.m.
For information on any of
these events, call LaVerne
Parks or her assistant Debbie
Johns at 484-6227, Ext. 230.


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16B VFNICE GONDOLIER SUN


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


rThe40-Year-OId Virgin (R)
The Aristocrats (NR)
Jhe Beautiful Country (R)
Broken Flowers (R)
The Brothers Grimm (PG-13)
The Cave (PG-13)
Charlie & the Choc. Factory (PG-13)
The Constant Gardener (R)
TThe Dukes of Hazzard (PGr13)
Exorcism of Emily Rose (PG-13)
Four Brothers (R)
The Man (PG-13)
March of the Penguins (G)
Murderball (R)
Must Love Dogs (PG-13)
Red Eye (PG-13)
The Skeleton Key (PG-13)
Sky High (PG)
A Sound of Thunder (PG-13)
The Transporter 2 (PG-13)
: Underclassman (PG-13)
An Unfinished Life (PG-13)
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Wedding Crashers (R)


BYCHRIS HEWITT
GUEST WRITER


I believe "Transporter 2" is
the first movie in history in
which the car stunt choreog-
rapher is billed before the
director, and that's as it
should be.
I'm not an automobile
guy I've never read Car
and Driver, I couldn't pick
Greg Biffle out of a lineup,
and I am superbitter because
I was recently screwed over
by a lousy repair job. But I
was jazzed by the car break-
dancing in "Transporter 2"
in the same way I'm thrilled
by the crazy daring of


The 40-Year-Old Virgin
40-year-old Andy Stitzer (Steve
Carrell) has done quite a few things in
his life. He's got a cushy job stamping
invoices at an electronics superstore,
a nice apartment, a collection of
action figures and comic books, good
friends, a nice attitude. But there's
just one little thing he hasn't quite
gotten around to doing something
most people have done by his age.
Andy's never, ever, ever had sex not
even by accident So is that such a
big deal? 1 hr. 56 min.
Hollywood 20: noon, 12:45, 3,
3:45,7,7:30,9:45,10:15;12:30 a.m.
(Fri.-Sat only)
Merchants Crossing 16: 1:45,
4:55, 7:40, 10:25 (Fri.-Sat); 1:45,
4:55, 7:50 (Sun.)
Sarasota East 2, 5, 7:40;, 10:15
(Fri.-Sat only)
Town Center 16: 1, 4, 7, 9:55

The Aristocrats
One hundred comics tell the same
very dirty joke in various ways. The
joke, which has been told by comics
since Vaudeville, starts the same way
and ends the same way. It's what the
person telling the joke says to get
from point A to B that makes this the
dirtiest joke ever told. 1 hr. 26 min. .
Hollywood 20: noon, 2:50, 5:10,
7:25,10

The Beautiful Country
The Beautiful Country follows the
story of Binh, a shy Vietnamese man
in his 20s who embarks on-a person-
al journey with a young beautiful
woman, Ling, aboard a refugee ship
to. merica 'in search of a better life
and Binh's estranged American father.
2 hr. 6 min.
Burns Court 5

Broken Flowers
The resolutely single Don has just
been dumped and resigns himself to
being alone. Instead, he is compelled
to reflect on his past when'he
receives an anonymous letter from a
former lover that informs him he has
a 19-year-old son who may be look-
ing for him. Urged to investigate this
"mystery' Don embarks on a cross-
country trek in search of clues from
four former flames. Unannounced vis-
its to each of these unique women
hold new surprises for Don as he
confronts his past and, consequently,
his present. 1 hr. 45 min.
Bums Court 12:50,3:15,5:40,8:10

The Brothers Grimm
Brothers Will and Jake Grimm are


Olympic ski jumping, lipo-
suction and Kanye West
weaving Geico insurance,
, Michael Jackson and Tyco
toys into a single line of his
new song.
No real car would flip in
midair so its driver can
break off a bomb on the
underside of his car by rub-
bing it against a crane, but
who cares? No real people
wear bat wings or get freaky
with Vince Vaughn at wed-
dings, but I liked those
movies, too.
The fight choreography is
also pretty special, in that
Jackie-Chan, use-a-prop-
to-fend-off-25-guys mode.


con artists who go from village to vil-
lage pretending to defeat mythical
creatures. When they try to scam a vil-
lage that has been legitimately
cursed, they come face-to-face with
the actual creatures they have pre-
tended to battle, and must find a way
to defeat them for real. The brothers
are based on the Brothers Grimm who
are famous for fairy tales involving
magical creatures.
Hollywood 20: 12:40, 1:20, 3:35,
4:20; 7:30, 10:15; 12:20 (Fri.-Sat)
Merchants Crossing 16: 1, 4:30,
7:30,10:10 (Fri.); 1, 4:30, 10:10
(Sat.); 1, 4:30, 7:30 t Sun.)
Sarasota East 1:40, 4:30, 7:30;
10:10 (Fri.-Sat only)
Town Center 16: 1:15, 4:25, 7:10,
10:10

The Cave
A group of hotshot cave divers'
trip becomes disastrous when they
become trapped in a underground
cave system. They become the prey of
demonic creatures who have been
living in the caves for years.
Hollywood 20: 1:05, 4:15, 7:40,
10:05
Merchants Crossing 16: 1:55,
4:35, 7:20; 9:55 (Fri.-Sat only)
Town Center 16: 1:05, 3:55, 6:50,
9:45

Charlie & the
Chocolate Factory
Acclaimed directorTim Burton
brings his vividly imaginative style to
the beloved Roald Dahl novel "Charlie
and the Chocolate Factory," about
eccentric chocolatier Willy Wonka
(Johnny Depp) and Charlie (Freddie
Highmore), a good-hearted boy from
a poor family who lives in the shadow
of Wonka's extraordinary factory.
Wonka launches a worldwide contest
to select an heir to his candy empire.
Five lucky children, including Charlie,
win a guided tour of the legendary
facility that no outsider has seen in,
15 years. Dazzled by one amazing
sight after another, Charlie is drawn
into Wonka's fantastic world.
1 hr. 46 min.
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9:45
Merchants Crossing 16: 1:20,4:25
Town Center 16: 1:20, 4:20, 7:15,
10:05

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Kenya, the region's most dedicated
activist, Tessa Quayle (Rachel Weisz),
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There's a dandy scene where
Jason Statham, as the heroic
chauffeur known as "the
Transporter" because "the
Cabbie" isn't cool, wraps up
a bunch of guys in a hy-
draulic hose.
Meanwhile, I'm not in-'
dined to give much credit
to the director. I assume he's
the one who told Matthew
Modine to dye his hair the
color of Cheese Nips
(Modine plays an interna-
tional businesscreep) and
who also misplaced a scene
at the climax.
If you watch the movie
and can tell me how Jason
Statham got on that plane, I'd


doctor, appears to have fled the
scene, and the evidence points to a
crime of passion. Sandy Woodrow
(Danny Huston), Sir Bernard Pellegrin
(Bill Nighy), and other members of the
British High Commission assume that
Tessa's widower, their mild-mannered
colleague Justin Quayle (Ralph
Fiennes), will leave the matter to their
discretion. They could not be more
wrong.This career diplomat's equilibri-
um has been exploded by the loss of
the woman he was devoted to.
Haunted by remorse and jarred by
rumors of his wife's infidelities, Justin
surprises himself by plunging head-
long into a dangerous odyssey.
2 hrs. 9 min.
Hollywood 20: 1, 4, 7:15, 10:20
Merchants Crossing 16: 1:15,
4:40, 7:40; 10:30 (Fri.-Sat only)
Town Center 16: 1:05, 4:10, 7:15,
10:15

The Dukes of Hazzard
Based on the hit television series
that ran from 1979-85. Set in present
day, "The Dukes of Hazzard" follows
the adventures of "good old boy"
cousins Bo (Seann William Scott) and
Luke (Johnny Knoxville) Duke, who
with the help of their eye-catching
cousin Daisy (Jessica Simpson) and
moonshine-running Uncle Jesse
(Willie Nelson), try and save the fami-
ly farm from being destroyed by
Hazzard County's corrupt commission-
er Boss Hogg (Burt Reynolds). "The
General Lee," their famed 1969
orange Dodge Charger, keeps them
one step ahead of the dimwitted
antics of the small southern town's
Sheriff Roscoe P Coltrane (M.C.
Gainey). 1 hr. 46 min.
Merchants Crossing 16: 7:20;
9:50 (Fri.-Sat only)
Town Center 16: 1:10, 4:05, 7:10,
9:50

The Exorcism
of Emily Rose
A 19-year-old girl is officially rec-
ognized by the Roman Catholic
Church as possessed. A priest is put
on trial after she dies. A bitter lawyer
agrees to be his defense attorney and
during the course of the trial, re-evalu-
ates her life. The story is told in flash-
backs that chronicle the girl's battle
with what she believes to be posses-
sion juxtaposed with the court pro-
ceedings.
Hollywood 20: 12:30, 1:10, 3:30,
4:30, 6:50, 7:20, 9:40, 10:10; 12:25
(Fri.-Sat only)
Merchants Crossing 16: 1:40,
4:50, 7:45; 10:25 (Fri.-Sat. only)


love to know. On the other
hand,. the explanation may
have been omitted because
it's dull.
For its brief running time,
"Transporter 2" is all action
and no logic, and I can't say
I minded.


TRANSPORTER 2
3 stars
Directed by: Louis
Leterrier
Starring: Jason Statham,
Kate Nauta, Matthew
Modine
Rated: PG-13, for lan-
guage, butt cleavage and
verging-on-R violence


Sarasota East 1:30, 4:15, 7:10;
9:50 (Fri.-Sat only)
Town Center 16: 1:20, 4:10, 7:05,
10

Four Brothers
After their adoptive mother is mur-
dered during a grocery store holdup,
the Mercer brothers reunite to take
the matter of her death into their own
hands. As they track down the killer,
they quickly realize that their old ways
of doing business have new conse-
quences. In this character-driven
action-drama, four brothers, come
together to discover they are bound
by ties thicker than blood.
Hollywood 20: 12:25, 3:15, 7,
9:35;12:15 a.m. (Fri.-Sat only)
Merchants Crossing 16: 1:25, 5,
7:50, 10:20 (Fri.-Sat); 1:25, 5, 8:05
(Sun.)
Sarasota East 1:50, 4:40, 7; 9:35
(Fri.-Sat only)
Town Center 16: 1:25, 4:15, 7:05,
10:05

The Man
A dental supply salesman Andy
Fidler (Eugene Levy) becomes the
unwilling partner of street-tough
police officerVann (Samuel L
Jackson), thanks to a case of mistak-
en identity. The two make an unlikely
pair as Fidler keeps getting on Vann's
nerves as the cop sets out to discover
who killed his previous partner. 2 hrs.
Hollywood 20: 12:10, 2:30, 4:55,
7:50, 10:20,12:30
Merchants Crossing 16: 12:45,
2:50, 5:05, 7:30; 9:40 (Fri.-Sat only)
Town Center 16: 1:45, 4:20, 7:55,
10:25

March of the Penguins
Emperor penguins are document-
ed during their treacherous journey
hundreds of miles across the Antarctic
ice. 1 hr. 24 min.
Bums Court: 1, 3, 5:30, 8
Merchants Crossing 16: 12:30,
2:35, 5:05, 7:25; 9:35 (Fri.-Sat. only)
Town Center 16: 1:35, 4:45, 7:30,
9:40

Murderball
Teams compete for a chance to
play quadriplegic rugby, also known as
"Murderball," in the 2004 Paralympic
Games in Athens, Greece. This docu-
mentary follows two teams, the U.S,
and Canada, who have a bitter rivalry
stemming from the Canadian team's
coach being previously kicked off the
U.S. team. Each player has a history
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becomes the extraordinary journey of
skilled athletes as they compete for
the gold medal. 1 hr. 26 min.
Bums Court 2, 7:45

Must Love Dogs
Must Love Dogs tells the story of
Sarah Nolan (Diane Lane), a newly
divorced woman cautiously rediscov-
ering romance with the often misguid-
ed help of her well-meaning family. As
she braves a series of hilariously dis-
astrous mismatches and first dates,
Sarah begins to trust her own

instincts again and learns that it's
never a good idea to give up on love.
1 hr. 38 min.
Hollywood 20: 12:20, 2:45, 5:15,
8, 10:30

Red Eye
Lisa is a woman on a night-flight
to Miami who fills her time by chatting
with the passenger next to her. She
soon discovers his friendly demeanor
is a facade after he reveals his true
motivation for travel is the assassina-
tion of the Deputy of Homeland
Security. He demands ULisa help him
carry out his plan, or he will see to it
that her father is assassinated with
one phone call. As precious time slips
by, Lisa must make a decision.
1 hr. 25 min.
Hollywood 20: 12:15,12:50,2:40,
3:40,5, 7:05, 7:35,9:25,9:55; 11:45
(Fri.-Sat. only)
Merchants Crossing 16: 1:30,
5:10, 7:35, 9:55; (Fri.-Sat.); 1:30,
5:10, 7:40 (Sun.)
,Sarasota East: 2:30, 5:20, 8;
10:05 (Fri.-Sat only)
Town Center 16: 1:40, 4:55, 7:40,
10:30

The Skeleton Key
* Caroline is a young woman who
takes a job helping an elderly wife
care for her invalid husband.
Disturbed by their odd behavior,
Caroline begins exploring their vast
mansion, armed with a skeleton key
that unlocks every door in the house:
What she discovers in the attic is
terrifying.
Hollywood 20: 11:55, 2:20, 4:45,
7:20,9:50
Merchants Crossing 16: 5, 7:35,
10 (Fri.-Sat.); 5, 7:45 (Sun.)
Town Center 16: 1:50, 4:40, 7:35,
10:10

Sky High
Superheroes' son begins to test
his skills while growing up as an
uncertain kid at Sky High, an elite
high school and breeding ground for
tomorrow's heroes. 1 hr. 42 min.


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4:15, 7:10, 9:40 (Fri.-Sat.); 1:35,
4:15, 7:15 (Sun.)
Town Center 16: 1:55, 4:50, 7:50,
10:20

A Sound of Thunder
Based on a short story by Ray
Bradbury, this sci-fi adventure is set in
the future, when time travel is a lucra-
tive monopoly. Its especially profitable
for Charles Hatton (Ben Kingsley), the
owner of a travel agency that special-
izes in escorting wealthy clients on
Prehistoric hunting trips. When an
expedition is compromised and alters
the landscape of the future, a sea-
soned scout (Edward Bums) teams
up with the inventor of the technology
(Catherine McCormack) to unravel the
mystery behind the catastrophic his-
torical changes that are threatening to
erase humanity from existence.
1 hr. 43 min.
Hollywood 20: 6:55, 9:40
Town Center 16: 7:20, 10:25

The Transporter 2
Frank Martin, aka The Transporter,
has retired from Special Forces and
moved to Miami. His current job
entails driving a wealthy family with
twin boys. He grows attached to the
twins, who are abducted. Frank then
uses his skills to locate the boys and
figure out why they were targets.
Hollywood 20: 12:05; 12:35,
2:25, 2:55, 4:50, 5:20, 7:10, 7:40,
9:30, 10; 12 a.m. (Fri.-Sat only)
Merchants Crossing 16: 12:50,
1:50, 4:10, 5:15, 7:05, 8, 9:30, 10:20
(Fri.-Sat); 12:50, 1:50, 4:10, 5:15,
7:10, 8:15 (Sun.)
Sarasota East 2:15, 5:10, 7:50;
10 (Fri.-Sat)
Town Center 16: 2, 4:35, 6:55,
9:50

Underclassman
An illegal international par ring is
being run out of an elite private
school, which prompts a young detec-
tive to take an undercover assignment
to break the illegalities up.
Hollywood 20: 12:30, 2:45, 5:05,
7:55, 10:25
Merchants Crossing 16: 1:10,
4:35, 7:25; 9:45 (Fri.-Sat only

An Unfinished Life
A down on her luck woman, des-
perate to care for her daughter, moves
in with her father-in-law from whom
she is estranged.Through time, they
learn to forgive each other and heal
old wounds.
Merchants Crossing 16: 7 (Sat)
Town Center 16: 1:35, 4:30
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PHOTO C TE'-, OF bILL LEATHAM
Lawrence J. Arsenault is presented with a National Honorary Lifetime Membership by First Vice
President John Burton at a meeting of Chapter 717 of the National Active and Retired Federal
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membership in NARFE.


PHOTO COURTESY OF DAVE, SULLIVAN
The South Venice Yacht Club honored its members with a free chicken barbecue hosted by
Commodore Richard Meyer and his wife, Barbara. Music was provided by The Harriotts and
attendees danced well into the evening.


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A college scholarship of $500 was awarded to Kathleen Keane from the directors of Starz
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annual recital. Kathleen has been a student at Starz Choice for 12 years and a company member
for eight years.


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Original model home for sale in Cape Haze


BY KIM COOL
FEATURES EDITOR

Built atop a grassy knoll in
the middle of Cape Haze
Windward is a custom three-
bedroom, three and one-half
bath home that was one of
the community's first models,
the Newport Picasso. It.was
recently listed for sale at
$630,000 by Realtor Barbara
Gelder of Margaret Adorjan &
Associates of Ehglewood.
The house is a classic split
plan with master suite along
one side of the house and the


additional bedrooms and
baths on the other side, sepa-
rated by the main living
space, which includes a for-
mal dining room, living room,
kitchen and family room. An
additional dining area sepa-
rates the kitchen and family
room, while facilitating enter-
taining in the generally open
floor plan.
Adding to the kitchen's
storage and work space is a
center island and appliance
garage. Above-cabinet light-
ing adds to the room's
ambiance, while enhancing


The master suite features'an extra large bedroom, walk-in
closets, bath with Roman tub and separate shower plus views
of the pool.


displays of the owners' collec-
tions above the cabinets. A
built-in desk facilitates home
office chores and a bar and
built-in wine rack add func-
tionality for entertaining.
Among a lengthy list of
home upgrades are a built-in
central vacuum system, secu-
rity systems and stereo speak-
ers throughout the house.
Those using the home's
heated pool and spa area
enjoy panoramic views of the
lake that seems to surround
the read of the professionally
landscaped lot. Also within
view are parts of the Links
Golf Course.
The front of the house faces
a cul de sac on Coral Creek
Place, a road near the center of
the community. That location
affords maximum privacy and
minimum traffic.
All the rooms are gener-
ously sized, with the smallest
bedroom measuring 13 by 14
feet and the master bedroom
measuring 16 by 23 feet.
Cathedral ceilings add addi-
tional volume to the roomy
interior.
There are ceiling fans
throughout the house, which
is warmed by a heat pump
and cooled, by a central air
system. Radiant barrier, ridge
vents and solar tinted win-
dows contribute to the
home's energy efficiency.
Located at 7 Coral Creek
Place, in Cape Haze
Windward, off 775, the home
may be seen by appointment.
Call Gelder at (941) 468-7443
or 475-5015.


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PAMELA PINKERTON 941-488-7595
POLYNESIAN VILLAGE $132,900
Lo:.''', 2R2B",\ Turnkr.y umiuhed 1 mile 1
bei'.h W'ooded ,ii Spi,:ioua .'penr plan
tr. aluminum ro.ld-over in '02 ', -469Tlc .
PEGGY LEWIS 941-488-7595
ALAMEDA ISLES $129,900
E-', upl.,eerp 2BR2BA irn '.iatcrl'roni mobile
home park COimmuniiy pool Perlect lor
in'e imeni i ..'iintr treatl \Ga4l-423
JOAN ZAHRADKA 941-488-7595

NORTH PORT $256,999
Tti', 3BF. L '., b aur i t luAl o er .:.r-. ,er olJ
,'r.iamiic il[C .&*:..-,d Ln-ri at-ia fir- ['V- lenci .
"cre.nc- d gari e di..' i.'CG 48?744
JOAN KOMARNITZKI 941-488-7595


NORTH PORT $175,000
L.:.lmpleaI li ri:r.c...i ,d BR< 2 A v..'eal-in
Iat..hLn [P d ::. r: i T:- rJ I 1n I'.- 'u r i-.
.:.,jaun: ln;d.: laundry. P t:,o '.'Cnhu-,72
MCHENRY & DICKERSON TEAM 941-488-7595
NORTH PORT $170,000
Chirmuld BP. 2B.\"'!tlb 'large FL 'oom :t
.:,,.er.':-, d irtie Ct.r.:,rhi 'shUlatri / n.' ro.oi
*'. d In'.i Cc. i ni:ni locaill.:n 'Gq2' 0o55
JEAN ODEN 941-924-9000
NORTH PORT $129,900
'.: II 11' I ii il lc. l 'ii th s l utLu l large I.'.i
."i j c, l-d' -aic i:..erlooki. ing Cosmic ilc.r'. ]',
mind l-plnd ll.'.. GaBshlit4
GWEN HEGGAN 941-488-7595
NORTH PORT $59,995
oti l, Fi,:.rr ',a.:. ini ci ,1 hildJ':r: cLdr.amr
F ri cu..t i .: ll' 'n!', I..', lel I l akl ? in ,.ln r
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STEVE BELLINDER 941-488-7595
PORT CHARLOTTE $59,995
tEi-i tld. 'I-rlih ra..n ..oi a pj 'ed Toad ir,
.IL: irej3 P'11 li".al row bclut o pritc-
'n i,:T -V *. 'G. l,4[
STEVE BELLINDER 941-488-7595


S. ..- t -,,', ., i..k l BLACKBURN HARBOR


_v-GULF HOIZOS 5850,000 ooo

'he cn i .t floor. fw bed.cra n~ mi bat h/l4itel

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I &DICERSO TEAM 8595, JANICE NOR HOLLOWAY 41-88-755






. : '.. . .

EI ACRES ', ', $599;90d ENGLEWOOD $2591900 '
1, 6 acres w ,t ,hdI Saetdus5 bedropi;. CClose to beachl. Thred bedra-,om' two b.th
b.2: bt .h' ualur' chedl 3+, t garlg(; v. th n ,ver oof,' window tE diLnin ',
a,'k area t el1Fleaping pool cy!ioti tulb, plumbingIt h.. aklrriiare '.' ood lItsi Laige'
L i8i5\'G 8 63 ..' sp orbl.n V .G 89l .
-UOHN KOTKIWICZ,9.4,1 49-75'5 '. TQRREY MEAD , '941.-48.8-7i95
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FARMINdTOIN VISTAS '252,900
I d' el,' h'i and bright dei.ribs thib s.
.pEo bedtoo ,i' tvw ba.i"'nit ilh mvidies
" i" cihe lake, tlh greert.'airw.ayl
.' .484186-48 ,-75


PORT CHARLOTTE $59,995
'.': t lr:n t -' Ncnh Pon. ',iced: it -: ll CGorng
i'.l make rn offer '.'C.44i 37
STEVE BELLINDER 941-488-7595

SIESTA KEY $799,900
Sturriung <,'., 'c'.'l -,le 'R 3BA v 'p.ol
C'OmpleLel', redonr in-ude oiu Lik.e a pir
,1': cuL.1ih: lrluall, lu n-iii-.d '.',92-"-U'.li-I
GRACE & SHAWN BERGERON 941- 924-9000

ISLAND OF VENICE $3,700,000
l.iln inenai:t.in- niukrjNcnc i on he Lb,' in
d,..ni.y',T '-.n rorii. I-i L',rd..: i,' ih'. Cill
'ta'. lof ih in l htiteuglii'ioul! 'G-qt '"57
ANDREW SMAJDOR 941-488-7595


'ROTONDA WEST- $199,900'
OPEN 1-4 PM. '247 'Caddy, Rotund '
l West. Updatedl Luvl ;I-'2.canil l-hointim
Rc.ionda Na'wv'btlu' ronis. I.cditc. ap'li-
'.SUhSA, fihlv' pirli9.J1 \C#4887535 9
'.SUSAN BENSEN" 941t488.7595
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MISSION VALLEY ESTATES $999,900
l.In,.i.jue i\ ee bedc.on'm threeI l'nh .i-jn:d b,,
ow.vrnr i.ipdaIiig Iequit..J Pr.pertr, could be
, ,idcd lill, pari'uel i'm.ill JEla.l',:d liun
'IGe 47;'),6:.:32
JOHN KOTKIEWICZ 941-488-7595
VENICE ISLAND $935,000
360' Virtual Tour pF,.rth.F-iU ii iF-e.:.....l
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LUEANNE WOOD. P.A. 941-488-7595


TOWERS $749,900
lurnlk.'.:, luiir i.-i d b"f.. '.,.r,..i u ,nit v ,il
i.. i:.l '..u Gull & L,' GI.,i, ..J I rn J.i-e.::1
ii,, C.o.ir hpl.i ., u ..d-, 'it. lu48897A
JOHN KOTKIEWICZ 941-488-7595


Greai eat'er, sunset view- l'r.:.m paciou 5lth
fioor 2BR plus dren, 2BA cord, 2-.3r garage
BeaotuliuLy'lurrLkey luna-.ihd "'.1 6i019 ,i8
GRACE & SHAWN BERGERON 941-924-9000
VALENCIA CONDO APTS $649,000
fe,,: [ Iran! rriplc' ",ith bach &, Gull ,v .',s
Fumrn.hed *2FRE2B-A -ith ;crEenerd Inaro
Corivenienr ic dining, -.hoppair.g GVC 64`95
KARLA FURRY 941-488.7595
HIDDEN PINES $585,000
'.r, apn'.lt 3ER .2B. on w.o- d : ro rp,:. cu!-
de -i 'Caihdral r,.ingr', f,-epiai cefll n
lan-, ston couneir[op '.'C-a489495 .
LUEANNE WOOD; P.A. 941-488-7595
LEMON BAY ESTATES $580,000
1 r i: o tih.: IC,'.'" i.lnutr.'. be I c
Pi..cr.au.:'rin tac m nt nr loe .ate liandilor,
h, i'.eo'.T, r" I-i' ,:,,::iiii, ri '..'GC 48519il I
'CHARLIE F. BONAMER 941-488-7595
ISLAND OF VENICE $549,900
Cute 38R/2B-\ '.i:ilage '.'idab agued p.ol Large
drep lot v.ot ih room for- [ '.p.ar'Air' hurtt d i-
,Ii,. to Ihb: be ich '.'Gk'-418 503
LUEANNE WOOD, P.A. 941-488-7595
LAKES OF JACARANDA $499,999
Picr'.',:-n built 3Bk",.BA v.breills I r ~
, iqlarirri '.'Linrk'.' Ir' luing l:ri3i'p'.l ire.i
vl.'iier.,; c & pi riil 1'L. i 'v "GA4.H6427
JOAN KOMARNITZKI 941-488-7595
CALUSA LAKES $410,000
h i.t u rr. p c rlie L 3 P [".'- B .A\ _r ,,i .''ic h h ,i- .i d
.,p "i aumim r 'lichen. Hom he .i-. bI'E. b.-'u-.
iuulllv mjiinairnd ar.dr updated VG,2831&28
ANN JIGANTI 941-924-9000
COUNTRY CLUB ESTATES $359,000
Spu.tcik lurniihed 2b- 21B.\ mar i.iA.iTurid
li''i-.e '". pieiLri p:i le'.le ''."' Lie.- bh ir' 3
,acur, ri', 1o,. tlocl- j ,ilala \'C-04"3786
JANICE & NORM HOLLOWAY 941-488-7595
SOUTHWOOD $349,900
laInrII criianc. Ikc i FBF2B. TA ,, c_,.r: ,.. .,Abi.
noi ...'n appliri...' L-.ieJl:l .rt b I Lanai
. 'hot rub Llpd.a dl.1l lr- ,'G 4&iv'i7-i
DAVID & SUE MARSHMAN 941-488-7595
VENICE EAST $324,900
T.:.ghl10 lind th,. Iot.cltoom two baih i'sm l h 2-
.:ar grage rid pool 1.' Coil iulse c'.:,mtiunity)
LUp.i,'d ekidlelin Home in e..cellcnt :ondi-.
rKNAUST 9414887582958
ED KNAUST 941'-488-7595


SOUTH VENICE $299,900
L:. clenred ind iod:', foi 2 sr.:r, home oer-
Lc..,lking the iC'.W N' r bc.,.-.hus h.:oppr.g
a.:.11 L ,ke at real ol lo I, C,' 94716,31
SAMMY GIORDANO 941 488-7595
VENICE BEACH APTS $299,000
l,.:r Ihe -iUl f 'rom T' h tl: i inl,. l tiun'islh d I
:,,.-Jtir m iCr.'r"ss Irot.m l.h- b,. tch Larg. 11113m
P.:..:.l ',uonld .r'.l c..:ahi.an '. h.u i: |12
JANICE & NORM HOLLOWAY 941-488-7595
GULF POINT $285,000
ioll: cc -rid ,:' v-. i:. n l',npt i h: ch public bli:,,h.
Tl" .rhll', Ini l'.; ln,,rn, t'h.d N',.:,' ,ppl,.
.n.... t Hieatcd ..mnili.l'i, p-.:-l ''G .4345f,6
KEVIN CONNOLLY 941-488-7595


$285,000


Corner 2BPF2BA ULrj, ,.e. ofl grden Open
hi.ing room plus e..tra den til-ri pens tuo the
Uani,, Iall, relurruihed '.GC48392
JANICE & NORM HOLLOWAY 941-488-7595
VENICE CC ESTATES $259,900
IJnder co:rrac[. Thbs 2.h' h-.me h]i been
villl, remodlr:d upd.iL-d Pfi.:hern ...',:,d
c3t.-irci- c'.ramic tile r.'G4u844-194
BILL COVIELLO 941-488-7595
SOUTH VENICE $259,900
Appealing 2Bi/2bA w/domiried kichen B.lfar,
FL.roorr. Fenced bacl'ard Lush Lardic-aping
C',,rr ed I1-. ar g rage Shed V G n -8 .' -4+
MCHENRY & DICKERSON TEAM 941-488-7595
VENICE GARDENS $249,900
Pending Nike ire ruoomrn greal I.ii.aon, 2 cmr
graLe, open pli, clean and ircomioriatale
\'Gp48?5208
GLENN S. HYDE 941-488-7595
LA GRANADA 5249,000
'ic.ur li.mc ai'wa lromn home' ,Parti-ill 'fuT-
ribhed garden conrdo CIlos. i o beach and
d.'ntc.avn. 'A'j-hr'drier C.:mmurnii, p.rl
.,' n4 .'431
KARLA FURRY 941-488-7595
VENICE EAST $245,000
''VIelil iminit.ined ra b'rdicoonm with caged
po'.-l refmnirhtd rr io-' floors Large E.irage
plu' 2-a:jr cirpoir :ind ,ddoinnal p irl.inig pail
.'G#479888
JIM MIDDLETON 941-488-7595
SOUTH VENICE $235,500
Cheer;,' 4BP/2bA on 'a quiet street wilh lexntcd
,',art lots ,ol pri'atc Ver, close to' bc,che-.,
shoppirig La ol tile 'u'-l' 495-13
JANICE & NORM HOLLOWAY 941-488 7595
VENICE GARDENS $225,000
Pen-ding M ale Joi .t1 k ,intoi ti. i n'rio''ct. :1
.hii updaiedt 2BR/2BA home Ig Linat, ne.-.
r.:..-of e. VG 481727
KAREN SCOTl 941-488-7595
VENICE $199,900
'Under contract Beautilul ilU 2i' SF t'.:moded
loi ',lT ofil narc'tla Bcch Road No died
reitiitionln' VC-a475613
BILL COVIELLO 941-488-7595
VILLAGE APTS $159,000
Lipd ted unil w/ri.ne,'ccarpet ilt, bath .anriy u
contiri.ri'.-ps FiTshl) painted lNtc:I, dccorai.
ed &i urnkeI'I lurnished i.',1f466708
SAMMY GIORDANO 941-488-7595
SOUTH VENICE $79,900
Sou h V\'ence Iot No Scrub Ia'' pel Srajolta
Coina,' GIS build wu lime ,.our ;,,.,'
.'C 4- 3-39.
KIM E. LEE 941-488-7595
NORTH PORT $59,995
Eai i.-.: rl hIl Pori Ponrt cn 1a pa.red ojd in
IlLS j,,a PL I ln'-st no'v.' before pnrrice
inct,-I'M. '.'GCi432137
STEVE BELLINDER 941-488-7595


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$699,900 BRISTOL NORTH


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Friday, Sept. 9, 2005, Real Estate Classified


0 1010 OPEN HOUSES 1019 CAPE
1 uu HAZE/ROTONDA


REAL ESTATE



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ter And Spirit of U.S. Policy
For The Achievement Of
Equal Housing Opportunity
* Throughout The Nation. We
Encourage And Support An
Affirmative Advertising And
Marketing Program In Which
there Are No Barriers To
Obtaining Housing Because
of Race, Color, Religion, Sec,
Handicap, Familial Status Or
National Origin."
REAL ESTATE
1010- 1650
1010 Open House
1020 Homes/General
1021 Arcadia
1022 Englewood
1023 Nokomis/Osprey
1024 North Port
1025 Port Charlotte
1026 Punta Gorda
1027 South Venice
1028 Venice
1029 Sarasota
1030 Waterfront Home
1040 Condos/Villas
1060 Townhouses
1070 Duplexes
1075 Tri-Plex For Sale
1080 Apartments
1090 Mobile Homes
1100 Interval Ownership
1115 Out Of Area Home
1120 Wanted To Buy
Rent
1210 Homes
1240 Condos/Villas
1280 Townhouses
1300 Duplexes
1320 Apartments
1330 Hotel/Motel
1340 Mobile Homes
1345 Misc. Rentals
1350 Efficiencies
1360 Rooms
1370 Rentals To Share
1390 Vacation
1420 Wanted To Rent
Lots
1500 Lots & Acreage
1515 Waterfront
1520 Out Of Area Lots
1530 Commercial Lots
1540 Trade/Exchange
Business
1600 Business For Sale
1610 Business Rentals
1615 Income Property
1620 Commercial/Indus
trial Property
1640 Warehouse &
Storage
1650 Farm/Ranches

1010 OPEN HOUSES

105 SIDNEY CT.,
ROTONDA HTS.
Sunday 9/11, llam-2pm
Well maintained, lowest
priced 3/2/2 Rotonda
Heights home. Vaulted
ceilings, new flooring,,
newly painted, close to
schools, shopping, golf &
beaches. Gasparilla
Properties Jean Rebeck
941-204-3188


OPEN SAT SEPT. 10 &
SUN. SEPT. 11, 12-4PM.
4934 Cumbano St.
3/2/2, 1662 sq. ft under air!
What a deal at $249,500.
Beautiful screened & tiled
lanai and spacious backyard
great for entertaining. Lots of
upgrades & versatile floorplan
with room to grow!
Call 941-429-6993 to see.

Open Sat. 11-3
13497 Darnell Ave.
Englewood. 2/2/1.
Suitable for 1st time
buyers finan. $189,900.
Prudential Vil Rlty. Joe
Thompson 941-539-4178
OPEN SAT/SUN 1-4
PRICE REDUCED
$359,000
BIRD BAY VILLAGE
840 Bird Bay Dr., W. in
Fairways, end unit 106,
1st floor on golf course.
Must come & see it! Too
many amenities to mention.
Was $30,000. Call
(941)-488-3865 or 468-2327
OPEN SUNDAY, 1-4.
503 Velasquez Dr Osprey.
4BR/3.5BA home on large
bayfront lot Move in condition
$2,230,000.
Keller Williams Realty
Bob Beck 941-320-4709



SUN4


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



Saturday 1pm 4pm
REDUCED $399,000. 4112
Munson St. 3/2/1, dock,
min. 'to Gulf, beautiful
waterfront property on
quiet :residential street,
close to shopping &
schools, ceramic tile.
Edgewater, left on Midway,
right on Rock Creek, right
on Munson. Contact Mari-


ann Milner, Century 21
9/09/2005 Aaward, (941)-625-6120
1270 Rasp Ct. or (239) 560-7074
Open Sunday 14 Saturday lpm-3pm
LOVELY 2005, 3BR/2BA, Den 21227 Meehan Ave. PC
home Lg. oversized lot, 4/2, new kitchen & tile. Over
$274,900. Coldwell Banker 1,300 sq. ft. MUST SEE.
Res. 941-223-1431 $169,900. Dynamic Realty of
OPEN HOUSE SAT 12-3PM, FL. (941) 627-1070
1235 Nestor Ct, North Port.
3/2/2 on 3 acres. $419,9006E7T' IT1-
Quest Real Estate & Invest-
ments. Karen (941)-429-0522 Sunday 11am 3pm
175 Kings Hwy. Unit 935
OPEN HOUSE SAT-SUN. 2/2 Golf Course Condo. Top
Sept. 10th-llth, 11-3P floor unit with elevator. Built
Fairway Villas 2/2/2+ Den! in 2001, immaculate move-in
$269,900. LAKEVIEW on condition. Golf course and
CORNER LOT!! A must SEE! pool view. Large yellow build-
Off Appomattox in North Port. ing located on Kings Island
Call 941429-6993 Golf Course, take elevator
OPEN HOUSE SAT. Sept. to third floor.
10th, 1PM-3PM Shauna L. Platt
6669 Americana 3/2/2, CENTURY 21 Almar & Assoc.
$286,000. BRAND NEW (941) 661-7377
HOME!! Upgrades Galore! Buyers and agents welcome
PCme See! Bisca nienoff www,APassionForRealEstate.com


Ponce DeLeon in North Port.
Call 941429-6993
Open Sat. 1 4
3/2/2 pool vaulted ceilings,
redone in & out, new roof.
3247 Steadman, $279,900.
'Centur, 21 Azte- 629.312
Don Liermann
941-400-4285 cell


1019 CAPE
HAZE/ROTONDA

3/2, REDUCED. Golf Course,
New roof, + more. $199,900.
Patti- Criat. Intpe rit',- P-31
E-late 94 l.-9',, 1. 2
p a .r,:, jl.' .:o ...':, ; t r -,' t


3/2/2 pool Rotonda Heights
on 2.5 lots, 1600sqft
$335,000. (941)-697-5958
3rd lot also available.
3/2/2 ROTONDA POOL
HOME on canal. This home
has it all! Just reduced for
quick sale. $319,900 Nikki
Guzowski, Caldwell Banker
Sunstar (9411-769-0255

Move in Soon!!!
Move in Soon!!!

BRAND NEW...
CUSTOM BUILT
HOMES UNDER
CONSTRUCTION
By
BOARDWALK
PROPERTIES, INC.
*"Sabrina" (2500 sq.+)
on 80x180 CANAL, lot
Long Meadow Sec
$468,777
*"Katrina" (2200sq.+)
on 80x180 lot, Broadmoor
sec $438,777
*"Cassandra" (1980sq+)
on CANAL lot, Broadmoor
Sec $349,777
*"Cassandra" 4BR, 3CG
(2050sq.+) on CANAL lot
Pinehurst Sec $399,777
*"Melinda" (1660sq.+) in
Rotonda Lakes $275,777
*"Sarah Mae"
(1604sq.+) East Engle-
wood $249,777
STOP BY OUR MODEL
HOMES 536 AND 550
Boundary Blvd.,
Rotonda 941-698-1722
Rotonda Pool Home on
Canal; Beautiful Pinehurst
area; tons of upgrades
$359,900, must see!
Jessica Menzel
941-815-8451
Gasparilla Properties

1020 HOUSES FOR
SALE

2503 Mauritania Deep Creek
3/2/2 Pool 2063 SF
Completely renovated 339K
Macks Dillon *
Sun Realty 941457-9997
2518 Mauritania Deep Creek
Magnificent 4/3/2 Pool
Spacious Beauty 409K
Macks Dillon
Sun Realty 941-457-9997
3/2 FORECLOSURE!
Priced to Sell! Only $54,900!
For listings:
1-(800)-749-8124 ex. 1887
3/3/2 P.C. Sect 15
Home;1800 sqf;new tilecar-
pet,paint. 208 Compton St
$265k 941-3804038
601 W. Hickory. Beautiful
historical home in downtown
Arcadia. 4000 sq ft living,
6000 total. Four fireplaces,
four porches, potential galore!
Renovations started, still
needs some TLC, but great
investment at this price!
$355,000/obo AS IS. Look-
ing for quick closing.
Call Celeste Kenny,
owner/realtor,
Anchor Realty Group
941-380-3655

A House wanted
3/2 pref. Any cond. ok.
941-474-9080
American Invest, Realty,
Mortgage, New Construction,
Investment & Development
www.americaninvest.com
(941-255-1100
BUYERS, call me, any
credit issues ok. I have
owners willing to deal.
Call Mark Lajcin
941-306-8079
Gasparilla Properties
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LAUNCH YOUR BOAT
from your backyard well,
almost. Priced for a quick
sale. 3/2/2 pool home on
double lot. $289,900.
Warranty included.
RA #8504

INVESTORS TAKE NOTE!
Priced to sell quickly.
Easy rent. Make 1/2 bath
into full and up the value
by thousands (tub/shower
was taken out -
plumbing still there,
per owner). $155,000.
including warranty.
RA #8484

BEST DEAL IN DEEP
CREEK. Fabulous 3/2/2
pool home w/ new roof
and cage. Move right in.
Furniture & accessories
available. $279,900.
including warranty.
RA #8493

JUST REDUCED!
CUSTOM BUILT HOME w/
2 master suites. Carpet
and paint would make a
world of difference. Pool,
deck & cage recently
redone. $224,900.
including warranty.
RA #8480

RESIDENTIAL LOTS from
$34,000. and up.

ERA Randol Realty, Inc.
(941)-625-4193
After Hours
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(941)-391-1301
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2BR/2BA, 1554sf under
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info and I will bring pre-quali- REDUCED!!
ftied buyer. Call Mark Lajcin S219,000.
941-306-8079 Fred Smith Realty. Inc.
Gasparilla Properties 19411-475-5686

WE HAVE
$7,000,000,000. A SALE
TO LEND ON REALESTATE Pre-Construction pricing
MORTGAGES. GOOD OR BAD Costucopricn
MORTGAGES. GOOD OR BAD West Gate Condominiums

CREDIT OK. 3BR/2BA, 2,000sf
941-474-LOAN From $379,900
VIEW HOMES ONLINE 2 MI TO ENGLEWOOD BCH
SunStateRealtyLLC.com Selling FAST. Please call
SUNSTATE REALTY (941)-475-5553
CALL 766-0500 westgatecondominiums.com

1021 ARCADIA AVOID 7 COSTLY
FOR SALE MISTAKES that most
homeowners make when
601 W. Hickory. Beautiful selling their home.
historical home in downtown www.FiGulf.com
Arcadia. 4000 sq ft living, Coutesy of John Frye
6000 total. Four fireplaces Keller Williams Realty
four porches, potential galore! ller Williams Realty
Renovations started, still AVOID FORECLOSURE
needs some TLC, but great immediate Help Avail.
investment at this price! mediate Help
$355,000/obo AS IS. Look- Call Al
ing for quick closing. 941-780-6600
Call Celeste Kenny,
owner/realtor, Beautiful 2004 3/2/2
Anchor Realty Group 189 Mariner Ln.
941-380-3655 $260,700
Lake Suzy Area w/owner Joe & Sondra Isgrig
financing. BRAND NEW RE/MAX Bayside
HOMES w/low dn payment. Properties
Call VPM 866-308-1176. 941-400-1447
Palm Harbor Modular and
Mobile Home Specialists. Call BOCA ROYALE CC, 2 master
Factory for free color suite country French home
brochures 1-800-622-2832 offered for quick sale. View of
tee box, water & green. Call
1022 ENGLEWOOD Wallace Real Estate for pri-
FOR SALE vate showing. 941-661-4800
BRAND NEW HOMES,
Gulf Cove w/comm. boat Englewood Isles. 3/2/2,
ramp. 3BR in exc. cond. Community Pool, gated.
New Kitchen! $175,900 Call VPM 866-308-1176.
TenyaLog 941475-1311
IRFy/leBade Breathtaking views of
Lemon Bay... 300 ft of
GULF COVE 3 Bedroom seawall along with new
Heated pool ome. Move-In pool & new dock & lift.
condition. Community Watch fireworks, sunsets,
Boat Ramp to the Myakka & manatees from the
River. $272,000. enclosed Florida room.
Terry Long 941-475-1311 Remodeled interior with
RE/MAX Bayside beautiful fireplace.
Rotonda Heights Newer 3 Jessica Menzel
Bedroom Pool Home on 941-815-8451
two oversized lots. Wow! 4 Gasparilla Properties
car attached garage. BUY NOW BEFORE
$319,000. TnyLong SEASON ARRIVES AND
941475-1311 REVIAXBaygde THE PRICES INCREASE!
Rotonda Future Golf CALL GASPARILLA PROP-
Course lot on cul-de-sac. ERTIES (941) 473-5444
Water & sewer. Pine Valley
Section. $134,000. EAGLE MORTGAGE CO.
TenyLog ALL TYPES OF LOANS
941475.1311 RE/ Baye Residential/Commercial
Interest only, 1st time buyers
Engelwood Like new pool Hoss, Broker (941)-468-0852
hotre with newer roof, AC, www.hossbroker.com
unit and pool finish. For-
mer model with family FSBO Lg. 2/2, new roof
room. Wonderful condition cathedral ceilings, screened
inside and out! $268,00 lanai, near boat ramp and new
Terry Long 941-475-1311 homes $S229K 941-662-6084
RE/MAX Bayside GORGEOUS NEW Construc-
2/2/1 East Englewood, tion on Canal in Rotonda West,
pool home, updated. 3/2/2 pool home. $450,000.
$229,900. Julian Stokes, (813)-662-1421

941-323-9909
2/2/1 home in E. Engle- I BUY '
e wood.Quiet neighborhood, STORM DAMAGED HOUSES
. motivated seller! 1-800-SELL-NOW
Charity Cain-Kelly (1-800-735-5669)
941-716-0685 www.WeBuyFlorida.com
GASPARILLA PROPERTIES
2/2/1 pool home in E.
Englewood. Newly remod- H
eled. Must See, Priced to Lake Front Home 2 master
sl Chriy Cn-Kelly suites on double lot. Plen-
941-716-0685 ty of room for poo, RV or
GASPARILLA PROPERTIES boat. Larry Cornell
941-661-2072
2BR/2BA hm on saltwater canal Gasparilla Properties
w/gulf access, $305,900 1182
Martin Dr., (941)740-0942 or NEED A MORTGAGE?
(941)812-2104 100% Financing!
Call Kazwell
3/2/1.5 E. Engl, Compl (941)-625-0015
remod. 1700sqft und. ac,
storm shutters, shed, Alarm, *NO MONEY DOWN
$219,900. 941-270-1991 FINANCING
Perfect Credit Not Reg'd
3/2/2 E. Englewood. Other Loans Available
Fenced yard, tile, fresh paint e10L% Down With 500
&.new carpet. Manasota Credit Score
Key Realty. 474-9536. e5% Down investor
Kim Genth-Teeple. 270-2750 5100% Home Equityor
3/2/2 Home w/pool, *10% Down Lot Loan
storm shutters, quiet .Americar, Fedrerated Fundrg. IrC
neighborhood. Call Jim Lic Corr I.i;der Eqaual Housing
McKinnie 941-468-7777 9414731911 o, i00.240l01
Gasparilla Properties NOWS THE TIME TO
4/2/2 2314sf, Pool, 2 lots, INVEST! Call Gasparilla
shed. $349,000 Properties for knowledge-
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(941)475-8282 (941)-473-5444.


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2CG maintenance free attached villa! This 1700 sq. villa.
attached villa. 1340 sq. ft. ft. lake front beauty features beaul
with lots of upgrades & nice 2BR. 2BA, study/office option, backs
private lakeside lot. Possible extended lanai, skylights, a moldi
extended leaseback to seller! generous 2 car garage and paint
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FOR SALE
3/2/2, 1,634sf w/fam rm, Price

OVERBROOK ESTATES, incl adjoining lot! $259,900
beautiful 3/2 pool home on Duke, Century 21 Aawards & I BUY
oversized cul-de-sac lot. Very Assoc. (941)276-2441 STORM DAMAGED HOUSES
private. $360,000. Call Bob 3/2/2 w/pool & spa, built 1-800-SELL-NOW
Rowe, Prudential Vil Realty 1992. $279,000. By Owner, (1-800-735-5669)
941- 585-9548 no agents please. (941)-423- www.WeBuyFlorida.com
Sell at the top of the 8828 or (941)-416-5540
market Call today to 3/2/2, Den, 3 New-Construc-
check prices in your area tion homes ready for Sept. IMMAiiim -:,
Residential & Waterfront $219,900 $239,900. Owner Built ,,i :.: i
Sales Specialist Multi-Mil- 352-854-7170 7248 Sablon Rd. $235,000
lion Dollar Producer Call 941-7698961
Larry Cornell 4/2/2 BRAND NEW Call 941-7698961
941-661-2072 Adams home, to be com-
Gasparilla Properties pleted late Sept. '05. Model LAKESIDE PLANTATION VILLA
There are still homes under 2169, 2169 Sq. ft. under Savannah Model YB 2003, 2
$220,000 in Englewood & air, Great area. Close to Bed + den/2ba, 2 car
Rotonda! Let Gasparilla everything. $280,900. garage. Lakeview Move in
Properties help find the per 561-252-0269 condition. $235,000
fect home for you! 4bed/2bath home! Priced Call Denyse Sneddon RE/MAX
(941)-473-5444 to sell. Only $115K. For list- PALM5REALTY
WATERFRONT ings & details: 800-749-8124 94145-24
ext. 5542 LARGE 2000 SF Home in
$499,000. MLS# 485407. Absolutely beautiful & new in North Port. New roof, new
Samantha 941-661-9626 fantastic area 3/2/2, cath. air, new fixtures, new
RE/MAX Executives ceilings, scr. lanai, 1,800 sf. bathrooms. $210,000.
under air. (561)-213 8229 Call Linda Navelski,
ALMOST NEW 2004 CarllBurr el.
WE BUY HOUSES 3BR/2BA/2CG with den,
CASU over 1700sf living. Many LOVELY 2005, 3BR/2BA, Den
CASH upgrades. Call for appt. home off Price & Toledo
24 HR HOTLINE $289,900 Melissa Cline Blade. Lg. oversized lot,
(941)586-2593 Priced to sell $274,900. Cold-
800-987-3133 Carll Burr Realty LLC. well Banker Res. 941-223-1431
Almost new 2001
3BR/2BA/2CG situated on N.Port. RENT-TO-OWN
a Ig oversized lot in great this '02 home. 3/2/2 A
1024 NORTH PORT neighborhood. Only $242,900 must see! Open House on
Seller will pay portion of clos- 9/18/05, 1-3pm.
1 Charming 2 or 3/2/1 on ing cost. Call Melissa Cline $1,245/month
Pan Am. 1320sf. All new (941)586-2593 call 866-735-9785, ext.81
paint & tiled decorator kitchen Carll Burr Realty LLC.
w/lg Island. City water & New home 3 bedroom with
sewer. Move in condition! American DreamBuilders large kitchen-, study &
$174,900. Owner 429-9530 AFFORDABLE LUXURY screened lanai, 2 baths, 2 car
FEATURING garage. Cranberry Blvd.
100% FINANCING 3/2/1 w/ *Quality $239,900. Call Don (941)-
FL room, 1350sf under air, *Location 629-7768
$159,900. *Selection.
Call 941-809-7484 A TRUE TURN-KEY BUILDER NEED A MORTGAGE?
1814 BUSHNELL AVE. (866) 766-8828 100% Investor Financing
NEW 3BR/2BA/2CG + Den, Gr. ADBhomes.com CBCA57636 Call Kazwell
room, Scr. lanai. DOWNTOWN (941)-625-0015
REALTY INC. 305-724-4703 AVOID FORECLOSURE
Lease Option Immediate Help Avail. I New 3/2/2, 1950sf v,
AVOID FORECLOSURE Call Al Il open floor plan, tile, area ofI
WE CAN HELP TODAY 941-780-6600 new homes. Owner/agent
Better Business Bureau Member BRAND NEW 2005 Home. I 941-769-4148
Call Jim Today 927-0040 Ready Now, 3br/2ba/2cg,
www.FloridaHomeRescue.com 2020sqft under roof, 1381 New Construction ready Sept.
2/2/2, Lovely larger End unit under ac, with many Beautifulr 3/2/2 off Cranberry,
available in BobCat Trail Villas, upgrades. Seller may help 3 starting at $24813787-71815,000.
North Port. $289,900 Lake with closing cost. $235,000. FSBO, 813-787-7181
view. Immaculate. Come see Ed Curry 941-713-3580
A.S.A.P. Call Christy or 941-927-2111 NEW HOME,
(941)232-5722 RE/MAX Exec Atrium Real Estate. 3/2/2/gar Lanai-
2002, 3/2/2, 1710sf, apppli- Brand new 3 BR + den 2BA, Turnkey On Your Lot
ances, corner lot. $213,950 2CG, screened porch, ready $135,000- $1000 Dn
Negotiable. Owner. to move i- i "- : 1 ft.,
(941)284-9004 or 429-6514 $248,900. l 1--' C._1'-. a-..
2003 better than new 3/2/2, BRAND new 3/2/2, 2458 SF, NEWLY FINISHED' HOMES.
upgrades/ 9' ceil., tile, raised built in '05, CBS construction, Several to choose from.
panel cab/drs, window treat--vaulted ceil. Upgraded app. Call today!
ments, Roman shower, full Close to Murdock Circle & 1- (941)429-2200
front culvert, lush landscape, 75. $20K below builders price
10 x 18 storage/workshop. $279,900. 561-628-2230 North Port,3/2/2 Fi.:.. r,:,,me
$274,900. (941)429-1988 Brand new 3/2/2, many on 6 lots. Pristine condition.
Perfect maintenance free upgrades, close to 75 C 21 Sunbelt. 941-743-
Lakefront pool home, 3/2 2100sqft $324;900 5600
+ den, granite counter On canal 3/2/2 1550sf, NORTH PORT
tops & tile thru-out, resort furnished, Built 2003 .?r.r,,1 r. ? /2 .. re
style comm. amenities. $279,000 '. ;,:.:.,. :r:.j i.ar,n, new
'$369,900. Call SeFast RE list@3.5% h,- .r.er 54 unlr air,
Mark Maclean at (941)-475-8282 .,.- n K290Qtoat,\kSar
Brand new 4BR/2BA,'over warranty, specialfinaucing.
ROWE REAL ESTATE 2,200 living sf w/city Close to schools a'fd
water, wood cabinets, solid shopping.' $279,900.
surface countertops, Call. Mr. Austin
(941)266-7630 upgrades galore!!! 941-629-9863
3/2 w/FL room, 1,100 Call Layne Cason
3/2 w/FL room, 1,100 (941)724-0228 of OWNER FINANCING
sf, central air, city water Caril Burr Realty LLC. '",m,-i-,l.i, Ui,.d
& sewer, freshly painted n / EP E FL rT, F 3rL ,
w/newcarpet, 6264Tal- BRAND spanking new 3/2/2, ); 1 n-1 ic, [-'.
w/new carpet, 6264 Tal- area new homes, formal living, 1. .':r --1 ..J
bot St., $155,000 941-family, dining rms. Over
223-7801 2000SF. Steal at $255,000.
3/2 w/3 car attach gar, 2,104sf, Roxanne Moore, Prudential X * *
Sfanm rm, on 1/2 acre! $309,900 Vig PIty 941-626-3926 ... .
Duke, Century 21 Aawards & CALL PRICE REDUCED. Bring
Assdc. (941)276-2441 HEATHER NOTTINGHAM the kids and Family to
3/2/1, NEW PAINT inside/out, ROWE REAL ESTATE this 3BRD,2BATH Home
new kitchen, tile thru out, encl. 941-232-6125 Huge fin.':d N ard, P-o for
lanai, screen porch Everyday advertising a F-' i Lo. ,, Upgra,: -
$189,000. (941)-812-0990 until sold! Hurry wn- I La.- Long at
3/2/1 split plan, built in FOUR NEW HOMES tills ,'.' 'LS,_;' .I,,
2002 1008 sf under air, All different floor plans .41- .i9,i,
Only $199,900. Beccy almost finished. -
Wolfe 941-504-4009 Priced from $289,000 to
Gasparilla Properties $297,000.
3/2/2 1967 Cardwell in Purchase as individual
North Port- $234,900. homes or
Beautiful Allstate built home! all in one package.
On oversized backyard, pool On quiet, private street
ready! A must see! Call in Northport. PRIDE OF OWNERSHIP...
941-429-6993 to see! Call agent for directions
Located off Hilllsborough, & details. Newly listed, Excellent
Locate off Hllsborough Call 941-504766 upgrades. Energy efficient
Dexter, Right on Cardwell. CMurra y Sarasota504-9766, home, fiberglass Pool.
3/2/2 4335 Hamwood in Realty Properties 3BR/2.5BA & much more.
North Port-$319,000. Bonus (012-01) $269,900
room & separate workshop! HOMES AND LOTS 523 S. Tamiami Trail
Very spacious, Open Floor- AVAILABLE IN FAST Venice (941) 484-0404
plan Ready & waiting for you GROWING NORTH PORT
r. i.g ,Tir. -l. .e .all 4 GASPARILLA PROPERTIES Advertise Today!
4"9 '9 I ,:, ;.^ 941-473-5444


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1024 NORTH PORT

SOLD! SOLD!
WANT TO SELL
YOUR HOME FAST?
CALL
HEATHER NOTTINGHAM
ROWE REAL ESTATE
941-232-6125
SPLISH SPLASH For not
much cash...3br/2ba/2cg +
in ground pool. 1425sqft
under ac, Very neat & clean
$215,000. Ed Curry
941-713-3580 or
941-927-2111
Atrium Real Estate


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



Why wait to build! Brand
new construction 3/2/2,
2200sf, lots of tile and
upgrades. Beccy Wolfe
941-504-4009
Gasparilla Properties.

1025 PT CHAR
'FOR SALE


1025 PT CHAR -
FOR SALE




Aztec & Associates

3BR/2BA. painted inside
& out, carport, fenced
yard, $169,900.
Contact John Sheridan
941- 766-8593
4 Bedroom Home! Only
$55,000! Must sell. Call for
listings. 800-749-8124 ext.
5543
4 HOUSES all CB, W & S, x-
zone, $500k. Fla Golf Proper-
ties Inc., (941)-235-2473
AVOID FORECLOSURE
Immediate Help Avail.
Call Al
941-780-6600
BEAUTIFUL NEW HOME
under construction in Deep
Creek. 2646 total sq. ft under
roof. 3/2.5/2 car garage,
pool w/ pavers, 9' & 11' ceil-
ings, wood cabinets w/ gran-
ite counter tops. Upgrades
galore! Must See! $345,000.
By Builder. (941)-626-2445


C 21 SUNBELT
1 Open House Sat 1-3! #1. Port Ch. Spacious 3/2/2
300 Dalton! 1500 Sqft 3/2 on oversized corner lot.
$173,000 Room for pool. $275,000.
Completely Updated #2. Port Ch. 3/2/2 Huge
SHome. New Roof! Florida Room, working
RE/MAX PALM REALTY fire-place, fenced yard.
1-888-809-1500 direct As-is, $239,999.
1 Open House Sunday 1-3! #3. Burn Store Village.
23015 McNulty' POOL New constr. 3/2/2 with fam.
HOME! $169,990 Rm, plus den/office. Ready
RE/MAX PALM REALTY for occupancy by 10/1/05
1-888-809-1500 direct Call: C 21 941-743-5600
$149,900. 2/1 home, city Cute 2/1 Carport home with
water/sewer, Ig. added family large shed, new roof new
room, 941-629-3188 or 391- paint. $139,900 Lisa 941-
room, 941-629-3188 or 391625-7964 or 815-3010
2514. Century 21 Aztec.
2/2/1 Fourwind St. in Port deep creek3/2/2.,
Charlotte $189,900. Corn- $264,900.
pletely re-done from roof to Sel-Fast RE List @ 3.5%
floor & everywhere in (4 1-475.3282
between!! You must see this (941)-475-8282
one!! Call 941-429-6993. DEEP CREEK, new con-
struction, maple cabs,
2/2/2 LARGE master w/walk open floor plan. Avail.
in closet, split plan encl lanai, Sept. 3/2/2, 370 Malpelo
shed, fresh paint carpet &.tile. $330K. 941-626-8453.
$189,900. 941-628- 6251
3/2/1, quiet street, split plan, DISASTER HOMES.
large kitchen, new oven, w/d, Top Dollar Cash
central air, nice yard,1,300 IMMEDIATELY!
sf., $163k (941)-766-0139 No Bull !
., ,'L'. IL F IL l, .:,-1e' 941-468-7614e,-.,...-. ,
"J.EW i. .1 L .am .:1 ..t.rdbrie r.::.r
Berber,Paint,etc. Exc.Cond! FSBO off Edgewater, 2/2/1,
$205,000firm941-627-2774 caged pool, 10 X 30 lanai, 10
3/2/2 pool vaulted ceilings, X 13 shed, newly shingled
redone in & out, new roof, roof, 941)-764-7922
nice landscaping. 3247 FSBO 3-4/2 1700sf approx.
Steadman, $279,900. Centu- Nicely remodeled. A/C, roof,
ry 21 Aztec, 629-3188, Don appliances, floors all in 2002.
Liermann (941)-4004285 cell $169,500. (941)629-2413
3373 MAPLE TERR. 2BR/ Gardens of GulfCove
1BA, newly remodeled, tile 2BR/1BA, LR and FR, new
throughout, custom kit. cab. carpet, tile and lam. floors,
new roof. $127,000. Call new kitchen, 10x12 stor-
(708)-271-2721 age shed, covered patio,
3BR/2BA/2CGdetached immac. cond, must see.
garage, 3437 Normandy $197,900 (941 456-5299
Dr., possible commerical Handyman special, 3/1/cp,
zoing. Available now. new roof, as is, gutted, 550
Terms. $139,000 Sharon Cir. $145,900. 941-
(941)-627-0802 628-3378


1025 PT CHAR
FOR SALE

HANDYMAN SPECIAL!!!!
2BR/1BA, needs $5K
work, Worth $125 fixed
Sell for $105,000
(866)-420-8804

Harbour Heights, 3096 Broad-
point, hurricane damaged.
Not liveable but fixable. $87K.
(941)-235-2047
HAVERHILL AREA, Oversized
corner lot on canal. 3/2/2.5,
w/ pool & jacuzzi. 4th bed-
room for office or bedroom.
Interior brand new. New hurri-
cane shutters. $289,200. Go
to buyowners.com then go to
TPA60111 for visual tour or
call (941)-625-4106
Homes & Lots!!!
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I BUY HOUSES
in Port Charlotte
Any cond. CASH
Call Bob 764-9231

IMMACULATE 3/2/2, quiet cul-
de-sac sailboat community, 6
min. to gulf access. 2220
total SF $254,000. Roxanne
Moore, Prudential VIg RIty
941-626-3926
INVESTOR/HANDYMAN
SPECIAL
1700 sq. home across from
saltwater access homes.
$140,000. 941-286-8834
Mint condition 3br/2ba with
new everything and canal
view. Won't last long at
$249k. Rob Coseo Prud.
Palms Realty 735-0035


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1025 PT CHAR
FOR SALE

5 HOMES OFFERED by
The Mahoney TEAM
of Professional Realty
of SW FL

2 bedrooms 2 bath oak
kitchen, new flooring and
paint only $154,800.

2/2/1 on wide section on
springlake gulf access -
fabulous sunsets $325,000

Like new 3/2/2 w/lake
view, open floor plan, cus-
tom pool package with
waterfall $308,640

Deep Creek, over 2200 sq.
ft. with huge kitchen and
poolside entertainment
area, new tile roof
$344,850

Kings Gate golf community
- 3 bed/2 bath expanded
Bristol Model $279,900

for more information or a
private viewing call Rose-
mary Mahoney 941-456-
0965 or email


rroa@RosemaryMa- ing, close to Publix, home
honey.com in great cond. $225,000.
MUST SELL By Owner (941) 575-1767.
Renovated 3/3 2406 sf, BSI canal home. Large clos-
jacuzzi, formal living, dining & ets, workspace in garage. In
family room. Lg. kitchen, CHA. great shape. $576,000.
2112 Bendway Dr" Financing 941-875-4338
Available. Call 786-546-1633 CHARLOTTE PARK: 2721
Chapman Blvd. Immaculate
NEED A MORTGAGE? 2BR/2BA/2CG, move-in
1st Time Home Buyers ready, $195,000. Call Ann
Call Kazwell Stack, Five Star Realty (941)-
(941)-625-0015 637-6116
Deep Creek Lg Cust. 3/2/2
NEWHOME Quiet culdesac, Vltd CIg, Pro
f 3/2/2/gar Lanai landscape, Exc. Home 265K.
Turnkey On Your Lot 25256 Paraguay 639-1910
$135,000 $1000 Dn FISHERMAN'S PARADISE,
Magnum Dev 41'90 Pelican Pointe. 3/2/2
941-223-3754 oversized, split, fam. rm, new
paint inside & out, new roof,
New Luxurious 4/4/3. Loaded new carpet & tile, over 55.
like you wouldn't believe! Deed Sailboat canal w/dock & 5k
restricted.Central location, lift, $429,000. (239)-229-
$638,000. 941-284-5684 9895
John or 941-815-2185 Billy FSBO, NO REALTORS
OWNER MOVING N. Fla. 3/2 Ig PLEASE. Custom home in
family room, Ig. lanai, tiles area of larger upscale homes.
floors, $245k. Call 941-629- Punta Gorda, 7515 Riverside
3188 or 391-2514 Century Dr. 3BR/2.5BA /2CG + moth-
21 Aztec. er-in law addition, 3BR/2BA,
living area. Total SF 3,300.
Section 15, 2001, 3/2/2, $585,000. Please call for
2,682 sq. ft., split plan, lanai, appt. 941- 6264014.
many extras, By OwnerLovely3/1.5/1n oversized
$289,900, (941)-623-0454 lot at the end of a
Spec home completion Oct. .culdesac.Make great family
1. 3/2.5/2, pool, tile floors, home, close to everything.
raised panel kitchen cabinet 199K Call Joanne Century 21
doors, all appliances, fans, Awards assc. 423-9914.
garage door opener.159 NEAR OLD Punta Gorda golf
Fletcher St. off Peachland. course. Extra Ig 3/2 home,
Asking price $295,000. Day refurbished. With air also in
(941) 204-2140, eves. (941)- lanai. Lg shed-workshop,
627-5223 $181,500. (941)-235-0255
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800-987-3133 Harbor w/ million $ view. Very
clean 3/2/2 sailboat canal
home. Pool, dock, lift. 2200
sf, tile throughout. $999,000.
(941)-626-9075 (By Owner)


1025 PT CHAR
FOR SALE

YOU WANT PRIVACY! This
approx. 2700 sf unique pool
home in the sought after
Haverhill Dist. sits in the mid-
dle of 3 canal lots. Surround-
ed by Grandfather oaks. 3 car
+ workshops to side of home.
This is a must see! $544,000.
(941)-235-0255

1026 PUNTA GORDA
FOR SALE

26367 Stillwater Circle.
Prestigious community of
Seminole Lakes! Southern
exposure overlooking Big
Lake. Luxury living. Asking
$329,000. Easy to view...call
Karen Tammen (941) 380-
0639 or Michelle Brisendine
(941) 204-9041, RE/MAX
HARBOR REALTY.

3/2/2 $319,000
Burnt Store Lakes
Sunshine Realty
941-286-6286
BEAUTIFUL 4BR / 2BA
home in deed-restricted
area. Beautiful landscap-


1026 PUNTA GORDA
FOR SALE

PLUM CREEK
CONDOMINIUMS
Pre-Construction Prices
Starting at $245,900 2B/2B
Call (239)465-5890 or
boyettemiller@earthlink.net
Ranch home on 2.5 acres,
3/2/2, w/ many upgrades.
Also includes 1/1 spacious
guest house. $475,000.
Utopia Comm. RIty. 941- 575-
7111

1027 SOUTH VENICE
FOR SALE

2,/2,'2 100x100 Comer Lot,
Close to beaches & boat
ramps. New Throughout.
S292.500. 941-474-7210
2BR/2BA/1CG CHARM-
ING SPLIT PLAN. Lg kitchen
& lanai. Near beaches &
downtown. Pre approved only!
Available now!
Won't Last 1337 KAREN DR
$212,000. (941)485-7295
(941)-223-1142
3BR/2BA remodeled in 2001,
custom tile, Whirlpool tub,
fenced, 3 lots, $221,900.
i Realty, 941- 474-5011
A LOAN to fit your
mortgage needs!
98% of my clients get
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941-661-4641I
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1220 S. VENICE BLVD.
SEPT. 10TH, 12:30
ON SITE
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941-497-7997
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1028 VENICE FOR SALE

CHESTNUT CREEK
BY OWNER split plan 2/2/2,
featuring living room & family
room, Beamed cath. ceilings,
wood cabinets, new appli-
ances, Lg. screened lanai,
private back yard. $309,900.
Call 941-492-2108






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Lakeviews & lots of upgrades
2 BD, 2 BA, Den & 2 C-gar.
Exquisite Southwood Villa.
(980-01) $339,900

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$549,900
523 S. Tamiami Trail
Venice (941) 484-0404
Remodeled 2br/lba with
Jacuzzi and pool. 1360 Sqft.
with 2 lanais and gorgeous
landscape. Perfect starter
home or rental. $1741 or
lease to won. Owner/agent
941-735-0035
VENICE EAST, 4/2, fenced
yard, tile, hot tub, fruit trees
w/appli, scrnd lanai. Owner.
$299,000 (941).496-8883

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starter home or rental.
$158k or lease to own.
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1027 SOUTH VENICE
FOR SALE

MUST SEE inside this nicely
decorated 2br/lba home
w/new roof & tile floors, in
boating community w/private
beach. By Owner. Asking
$234,000 (941)925-8701
-[ SAT only, 8-3pm,
1524 Queen Rd, W on
Shamrock. Sofa, LazyBoy
recliner, blk buffet & hsehold.


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"SAIL to the GULF" 1993 Custom home nearing com-
3-4BR/3BA/2CG w/1OK lift, pletion, on the water
corian kitch, Italian tile, pool w/access to the Myakka
w/fountain & more. Make River. S Gulf Cove area.
offers! $560,000. 2033sf under roof. 3/2
Jim Reske, ERA Advantage w/2CG. (941)426-1489 Fred
Realty (941) 276-2859 Shute Real Estate & Devel-
opment, Inc. CB-C058694
End unit on ICW 2 Bed,
2.5 bath, 1 car, Elevator,
granite -& more. Motivated
seller. $850,000
Charity Cain-Kelly
941-716-0685
160' x 145' boating water- GASPARILLA PROPERTIES
front home, 2/2 Pool, spa,
updated kitchen, walk-in ENGLEWOOD Saltwater Front,
pantry, tiki bar, tropical w/dock, 1 bridge to bay,
paradise! 2402 Como St. 2/2/1, new ac & tile.
$558,000. MLS#477758 Reduced $405K 941-473-1800
ENGLEWOOD Venice 2/2
Free Map or Market Value waterfront, 55+ condo,
Marianne Lilly, GRI, SRES $298K. (941)-627-1058
RE/MAX Harbor Realty
(941) 764-7585 GREAT WATERFRONT
LillyM@comcast.net PROPERTIES! Let one of
our real estate associates
1986 sq. ft. under air, 2830 do the work to find your
total, upgraded 3/2/2 P.C. dream waterfront home!
SW Home w/Ig. pool, 82' sea- CALL GASPARILLA PROP-
wall, boat lift, sprinklers & ERTIES (941) 473-5444
more! Move in & enjoy!
$599,000. 425 W. Tarpon, Gulf access for under $400k!
NW. By Owner. 941-628-8864 3br/2ba with 2cp. 1400sqft
under air & huge great room.
260 CAPRI ISLES Rob Coseo Prud. Palms
PGI Gulf access, beautiful Realty 735-0035
3/2/2 home with Gunite pool. Like the tide prices are
Built in 1990. 1541 sqft. AC rising, buy waterfront!!
2337 total sqft. $675,000. Waterfront sales specialist
941-698-0582 Multi-Million Dollar
3/2/2 deep water, lift, Producer Larry Cornell
dock, bulkhead seawall. 941-661-2072
Oversized htd pool/spa, Gasparilla Properties
built 2000, in Englewood LOCATION, QUALITY PGI
Isles. $835,000. sailboat 3/2/2, mins. to bar-
Charity Cain-Kelly bor 2517, Rio Tiber.
941-716-0685 $753,000. (941)-637-0456
GASPARILLA PROPERTIES
Manasota Key Direct Bay
3/2/2 Deep Water pool 2nd floor views, 2/1
home, dock & lift. Engl., Condo fully furnished,
Isles, Julian Stokes, pool, docks, beach ease-
Team Charity Cain ment. $595,000.
941-323-9909. Charity Cain-Kelly
Gasparilla Properties 941-716-0685
3/2/2 on Snover waterway GASPARILLA PROPERTIES
w/pool, 1,777sf, upgrades! NEED A MORTGAGE?
$329,900 Duke, Century 21 Refinance or Purchase
Aawards & Assoc (941)276-2441 Call Kazwell
4/2/2 Seawall dock, (941)-625-0015
davits, Exceptional inside OPEN SUN. 2-4PM.
& out! Julian Stokes 12134 Chancellor Blvd. Pt
941-323-9909., Charlotte adjacent to N. Port
Gasparilla Properties Beautiful Riverfront 2 story
Amazing Sunsets on Shell 3/3.5/3cg, w/Mother in Law
Creek! 2/1 mobile in Lazy Suite. $599,999.
Lagoon, renovated, 36' dock Ruth Kor (941)-468-3898
w/5' water. $170,000. Utopia Coldwell Banker Sunstar Realty
Comm. RIty. 941- 575-7111 P.C .2/2 pool, split plan, metal
roof, hurricane shutters.
AUCTION $385,000 ($5000 under
September 15th. 10am appraisal). Call 941-815-
1396 or 941-815-1398
--_ .. P.C., RENT TO OWN, 10K
"-- moves you in a 3/2/1 on SW
canal/boat lift. (941)-743-
3/2/3 PGI Waterfront 9784 or (941)-740-1434
Pool Home, Gourmet PORT CHARLOTTE cute lake
Kitchen, 685 Macedonia PORT CHARLOTTE cute lake
Dr. For more info: front home /2/lcp ir an aea
Barbara King. -of large homes. Prudential
Ba eaAuction alty Viallage Rty. Mary Woods,
BlAirea Auction Realty 941-270-7733.
(941) 408-6023
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1030 WATERFRONT
HOMES

PUNTA GORDA Palm
Shores, sailboat water,
quick out, new seawall,
3/2/1, 2054 SF. 28450
Royal Palm Dr. $350,000.
Also adjacent vacant lot w/
new seawall available,
$250,000. 941-628-0631
Two bedroom on sailboat
water, lift, dock, davits,
straight out ICW. Motivat-
ed seller, Make offer!
Charity Cain-Kelly
941-716-0685
GASPARILLA PROPERTIES

Assist 2 Selh'

We sell Houses for $2,995*
VENICE NORTH PORT
492-3033 429-6993
*Homes over $200,000.
slightly higher
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1040 CONDOSNILLAS
FOR SALE

1/1 CONDO, new tile, kitchen
and bath. Totally renovated.
Must see. At Sunshine Villas.
$98,500. Call 941-9164177

1br/lba 55+ Condo in
Englewood, Close to
beach, shops & bank,
Furnished, pool, club-
house, No smoking,
$800/mo 1st, last,
Sec; Ann. Ise.
Call 941-650-8220

2/2/2, Lovely larger End unit
available in BobCat Trail Villas,
North Port. $289,900 Lake
view. Immaculate. Come see
A.S.A.P. Call Christy
(941)232-5722 RE/MAX Exec
2/2/CP, 1st fir. 55+ in Port
Charlotte, 1 bdrm. furniture,
new tile throughout, No pets.
$119,900. 941-625-0210
3/2 CONDO, fully furnished,
all appliances, large living
room, eat-in kitchen, lanai,
$165,000. 941-613-1419
3/2/CP, Heritage Oak Park
1st flobr, end unit, Unique
upgrades, light 7 airy, hard-
wood floors, crown molding,
whirlpool tub, much more.
Lakeview, Garage Available
$252,900 941-740-2233


1040 CONDOSNILLAS
FOR SALE



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We Do All of Venice
+ area.
186 PIUS
Condos Available!!
390 PIUS
Homes Available!!
"Yes" that is the correct price
for this great condo,
1BR/1.5BA, $165,000
Wooden floors in this excellent
2/2 ground fi, $215,000
You Deserve special! Beauti-
ful 2BR + den, comer ground
floor $249,900
$184,900 Fum. for this bar-
gain price beauty.
Yes! 2/2 convert.
3rd fl w/elevator, 2/2 next to
tennis & pool great location
$199,000 Fum.
Golf course, ground fl, 2/2
beautiful view convenience
$269,900 Fum.
Cathedral ceiling 2/2 split
floor plan, very desirable unit
$249,900
One of the finest 2/2's in Bird
Bay. See for yourself (view
includes golf & lake) $274,900
3BR convertible ground fl,
absolutely beautiful w/tile &
carpet for only $245,000
Lakeside 2/2 in Al shape.
Perfect as permanent home or
*vacation use. Only $224,900
FOR OTHER CONDOS
680 Venice By-Pass N.
Sales Department
(941) 485-4804
1-800-464-8497
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(941) 484-6777







Heritage Oak Park Villa


2/2/2+ Den, B plan
A SALE Gated, club, fitness, pool,
tennis, crafts, social
Pre-Construction pricing activities. $244,000.
West Gate Condominiums
3BR/2BA, 2,000sf Free Map or Market Value
From $379,900 Marianne Lilly, GRI', SRES
RE/MAX Harbor Realty
2 Ml TO ENGLEWOOD BCH (941) 764-7585
Selling FAST. Please call LillyM@comcast.net
(941)475-5553 Heritage Oak Pk Villa,
westgatecondominiums.com 2/2/2, den, scrn lanai,
FSBO. $237,500. www.
Beautiful like new 2nd. floor qubefactory.con/house.html
2/2 condo, with lakeview in (941)-627-1827
Deep Creek $149,900, call
Angela (941) 769-0218 Kingsway Golf Villa, 3/2/2.on
Angela14th Frway, 2200sq ft, under
BIRD BAY Rarely avail air, many extras, 941-629-
unit. 2nd floor, Sepctular 3688 for appt, $297,000
waterview. 3br/2ba, loft, Manasota Key Bayfront
Ig. lanai, Beautiful cond. 2/1 1st floor, turn-key,
FOR SHORT TIME ONLY H/ t Dock and
PRICE REDUCED more. $585,000
S9000. 941-429-2528 mr a8 y
941-429-2528 Charity Cain-Kelly
Deep Creek 2/2, 1st. floor on 941-716-0685
lake, 5 min. to Golf, Shopping, GASPARILLA PROPERTIES
1-75. Low fee. Asking North Shore
$154,900. (941) 255-9144 Lake Suzy 3/2 w/garage,
Deep Creek NEW 2/2/CP 2nd. floor, w/lake view
open concept, lanai, commu- $225,000. Call Sea & Shore
nity pool. .FSBO/Agent RE (941) 629-9455
$199,900, (941-268-6750
Gondola Park 3/2/1,,1400
sf, lanai, 2003. $339,000.
Sel-Fast RE List @ 3.5%
(941)-475-8282 C
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1040 CONDOSNILLAS
FOR SALE

Nokomis Fairwinds Villa,
2BR/2BA, new kit, bath, car-
pet, pool, clubhse, possible
boat dockage, wlk to bch,
$225,000 Investment RIty
(941)-492-5050
Port Charlotte, immediate
occupancy, 2/2 w/ cov-
ered parking, furnished,
Promenades East central
location. FSBO. $135,000.
941-625-4740
PROMENADES EAST
CONDOMINIUM
1/1 & 2/2 Units
Jerry L. Kegel,
Lic. R.E. Broker
941-766-9339
PROMENADES WEST 1/1 55
and over. Pool. $84,900.941-
627-3188 or 391-2514 Cen-
tury 21 Aztec.


1090 MOBILE HOMES
FOR SALE

FURNISHED MOBIL HOME
on Peace River w/ fishing ,
boat, dock. Lrg 1/1, 10x25
Lanai, WD, 8x12/4x6 storage
bldgs, 2 covered porches-
TURN-KEY. Lot rent $290
per mo. $27,500 OBO.
941-286-5860/ 505-9678

JACOBSEN HOMES
Coming Soon! Brand New
2006 2BR/2BA with Den,
32 x 52, 1553 sq. ft.,
Vaulted Ceilings, Drywall,
Bay Windows, Upgrade
Appliances and Much,
Much More. $79,900.
Incl. Del. & Set Up.
Port Charlotte
Greg 941-875-6148

Lakewood Village, 55+, dou-
ble wide, on lake, next to pool,
upgraded,furn. Reduced $86K
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the-Villas at Chestnut Creek. Lowest prices on new manu- VENICE RANCH
Nice 2/2, all updated, every- factured homes from factory 12X56, 2BR/1BA. Asking
thing is brand new, priv back- owned Prestige Home Center $10,000. Semi-furnished.
yard on pond on green belt. in Tampa. 3BR, 2BA. Multi-sec- 28x48, 2BR/2BA. Asking
$254,900 (734)-261-5352 tion homes from $41,900 $60,000. Semi-furnished.
VENICE ISLAND remodeled including Delivery, Setup and Others to choose from! 55+
2/1 condo 1st fir, Pool, lanai, A/C, 1-813-910-0465 Community, No pets. Call Dick
walk to beach. $239,500. MANASOTA KEY, 1/1 55+ or Steve (941)-488-5672
941-493-6425 or 266-2485 Comm. boat slips, $169,500.
Venice Island Unique Phyllis Rollo, (941)- 416-1164 1110 OUT OF
2BR/2BA, pool, clubhouse, Prudential Village Realty AREA HOMES
walk to everything. $245,000. MOBILE HOME, 12)( 60 PLUS
(941)493-1036 ADDITION, NOKOMIS, HANDY- 101 Acres Bedford
MAN SPEC\IAL, $8,000 OBO, County, PA. $585,000
1070 DUPLEXES LOW LOT RENT, 941-416-3800 WNW.FORSALEBUYOWNER COM
FOR SALE N. Port 1973 2BR/1BA, land LISTING ID 10095947
owned, 55+ park, $79,000 (941)-505-7678
Punta Gorda: 2bd/lba and Sandy, SuncoastRealEstate & CREAGE, LOTS, VACATION
lbd/lba. $199,000. Less Prop Mgmt. (9411-475-8354 HOMES & MORE! Call us atTION
than a mile from Walmart Dist. NEW DOUBLE WIDE, 2/2/CP, 1-866-731-3733 (FREE)
Ctr. 941-628-5956 manufactured warranty, resi- MURPHY, NORTH CAROLINA
ROTONDA. 2br/2 +- den new dent owned park, clubhouse, www.freedomrealtyonline.com
roof, CHA, ww carpet & fresh pool. $149,900. Call 941- FREEDOM REALTY, INC.
paint. Excellent rental area. 743-9261 Affordable in E. Tennessee
$269,900 (9411-924-7237 Holiday Park North Port LAKE FRT, MITSLOGCABINS
Beautiful 3br/2ba dou- Call Wilton or Karen
1090 MOBILE HOMES blewide includes lot owner- 1-(865)690-9680
FOR SALE ship. Only $119,900 wllton@meeseagency.com
FOR SALE 488-8143, Sunacre Realty Weichert, RealoMeese Agency"

1991 Park Model for Sale in Palm Harbor Factory Liqui-
good cond., Located in a dation Sale. All models must Beautiful mountains of Murphy
clean, quiet, park in Venice, go. Call for free color NC Leave the heat & the hurri-
$8,500 (941)426-5040 brochures 1-800-622-2832 canes. 3BR Ranch/3BA, fam rm
1996 double wide, 2/2, shed, PALM HARBOR Modular and & 2 car attach gar. 1.03 wood-
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diately, $22,000. Excellent ry for free color brochures & 4987 infotubenet#116417
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1999 Home of Merrit, 150 Old PG 2/1.5/Carport, on own tain Prperty-Rabun Coun-
Englewood Rd., Lot #3, EngI, land, no dues, new roof, fur- ty? call 706-490-2009fora
FL $37,000 Model home, like nished. $94,500. Pine to free brochure. Karen Tucker,
new. (941)-473-7466 Palm Realty, LLC (941)-637- Realtor, Coldwell Banker-
4900 Mountain Brokers
2004 art Myhomers. Gatedin PG 2/2/2CP Doublewide with NEW LOG CABIN

community, pool & club screened porch &new roof, NCMountain, new shell on
house.473-0512 carpet & AC. 55+ Park. 2.5 acres $89,900,
$72,000. (941)-639-6252 secluded, hardwood for-
est, private paved roads,
2005 JACOBSEN PG, Blue Heron Golf comm. cool summers, acreage
2BR/2BA Double Wide. 55+, 2/2, new roof, new a/c, and financing available.
$54,900 Inc. Del. Set. carport, completely furn., 828-247-0081
Skirt. & Steps. $89,900, (941)-637-4969
Call 941-875-6148 PG, doublewide, 2/2/CP & Tennessee Land 1069 woodK;
lanai, on canal, access to
BAY INDIES VENICE Peace River, 25' Wellcraft & ac Sequatchie River, Dunlap
Dblwide 2BR/2, kitchen & boat lift included. TN, $75K. (423)-504-6007
baths tiled, formica cabinets $140,000/firm, (941)-637-
a/c patio, many extras. Excel- 0624 1120 WANTED.TO BUY
lent cond. Immediate occu-
pancy. Misc. tools, & equip PG NEW DOUBLEWIDE AVOID FORECLOSURE
incl. 941-488-5650 or 941- w/large owned lot. No WE CAN HELP TODAYS
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Factory Authorized 134,900. (94235-1344 Call Jim Today 927-0040
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1090 MOBILE HOMES
FOR SALE

SHELL CREEK RESORT on
beautiful Shell Creek a 55+
community. We have the low-
est prices in Charlotte County
on new & used park models.
Total electric homes with A/C
& screen rooms. Used park
models totally reconditioned
starting as low as $13,900 +
tax. Call Pat or Ron at (941)
639-4234 for information.

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

VENICE Bay Indies 55+,
2/2/CP Fully furn, lanai,
Shed, Clubhouse & all amen.


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1205 LEASE OPTION

N. P. Rent to Own Newer
3/2/2, terms neg, $1,249/mo.
+$400 option. 4650 Cazes
Ave. Helen (941)-780-6074

1210 HOMES FOR RENT

1 Great house waterfront,
2/2 with large moms &
closed in porch. Possible
purchase option!!!
(941)-426-7625
1 PC, 3/3, on saltwater canal,
with dock & boat lift. Min. to
Harbor, new appliances,
remodeled. $1275mo. Small
dog okay, no smoke, (561)-
251-5119
18406 BRIGG CIR. PC
2/2/1 WATERFRONT
W/DOCK $1200/MO
CALL FIVE STAR REALTY
941- 637-6116

iaRENTALS
Annual & Seasonal
3/2/2 or 2/2/1
941-743-4831
866-519-3500

nvcstorscboice Re.i! Estate

2/2/CP Port Charlotte, salt-
water home, 112' seawall,
brand new tile, new appli-
ances, new roof, new dock,
large family room, city sewer
& water, minutes to open
water. $1,200/mo., annual
lease, 1st., last, + sec. Avail.
8/18. Phil (8631-990-1945

2/2/G Unfurnished house.
$900. per mo.
ERA Randol Realty, Inc.
(941)-625-4193 or
(941)-661-0977

3 Bed, 1 bath home! Stop
renting! Buy $31,000. For
listings call 1-800-749-8124.
ext R224.
3/2/2 home w lanai in
gated "Plantation",
unfurn, 1700+ sq ft. 1st
& S/D, pets ok
$1,295/mo.717-371-
4793 or 717-475-1250
300 BELAIRE CT. PGI
WATERFRONT W/POOL
3/2/2 $2000/MO
CALL FIVE STAR REALTY
941- 637-6116


3024 Siesta Drive, 2/2/1,
fresh paint, carpet & tile
large lanai, fenced back
yard. Pets OK.
Immediate occupancy!!
(941)493-8036.
18324 Troon 3/2/2 pool/hot
tub, w/d, inc. pool
care...................... $1300
166 San Tarem
4/2/2................. $1100

Coldwell Banker
Residential
941-624-3255
A LOAN to fit your
mortgage needs!
98% of my clients get
APPROVED!
Call Ross
941 -661 -4641
Gulfside Mortgage
Service

Annual & Seasonal
RENTALS
M&M Property MGMT Inc.
CALL (941) 473-9616
or visit us at our website:
mmpropertymgmt.com

Annuals/ Seasonals
Avail NOW!
Port Charlotte/ Punta Gorda/
North Port
$700 $2000
TRREM,INC
941-205-2140
Arcadia
3 acre estate, 3bd/2ba/lgar.
Partial furnishing. Great area.
Lrg 2-story workshop.
$1500/mo, first, & sec. 1 yr
minimum. 863-990-1121
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1-800-775-7978
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Buy home! 4 Bed, stop
renting! $19K For listings
call 1-800-749-8124 ext.
B239
CAPRI ISLES 463 PGI
3/2/2 WATERFRONT
W/POOL $1600/MO
CALL FIVE STAR REALTY
941- 637-6116
CONTEMPORARY 3/2/2 Pool
home In gated Sable Trace of
N. Port Oct. availability.
$1250, 1st, last & dep. 941-
661-7093
Deep Creek, 4/2/2, heated
pool, quiet cul-de-sac,
$1,600/mo +deps. No smok-
ing, no pets. (321)-863-1029
Deep Creek, large, lovely
3/2/2 pool home. Updat-
ed like new. $1,800/mo,
1st., last + security. No
smoking & pets. Bud
Trayner Realty, (941)
204-2303

1 DEEP CREEK/LIKE NEW
3/2/2 25530 Rampart Blvd
Non Smoking, Small Pet Ok
$1,250 Mo 941-629-3436


CITY OF VEIICE Custom wo m orj Single13m.ly
home wilh solar healed pool delached building al
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Marty or Mary Tarala,
941 486-8686
John Vedral 941-416-3674


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East Englewood, 2/2/1,
lanai, shed, clean, nice
house. No pets. $900 +
utilities, lst/last/sec.
941-697-5127
Efficiencies & 1 Bedroom
furnished. $175 & up.
Triangle Motel
639-8356
Eng East 4bd, 3 full ba 2
car garage, master ste,
screen lanai $1500/mo
West Coast Property Mgt.
S 941-473-0718

Eng Isles 2/2/2 tile floor
lawn service inc pet ok
West Coast Property Mgt.
941-473-0718
Eng waterfront 2/2/1 no
bridges to Bay $1100
West Coast Property Mgt.
941-473-0718
EngI 2/1 Vintage FL home,
Remodeled, 2 blks to water
/downtown. $895/mo Ist/L/
Sec No pets (941)416-5915
Engi Isles -updated 2/2/2 pool,
Lease $1,200/mo. or lease
option $1,300 Annual. Pets
welcome. (909)262-0344
Englewood Brand new
newly remodeled home,
520 Lewis St., 3BR/2BA,
updated, 1,700sf,
$1,150/mo. lst/L/Sec
Available now!!! Pets OK
(941)492-5477 or
(941)223-6593
Englewood New Duplex
2BR / 2BA / 1CG
FW Canal Pets Neg.
Imm. Occ. $895 Mo. F/L/S
Pelican Property Mgmt. Inc
Lic. Broker 941-232-8223.
ENGLEWOOD EAST, Ig 3/2/2
w/lanai, secluded, cul-de-sac,
backs up to lake. $1300/mo. +
until. No pets. (239)-565-3669
ENGLEWOOD/ROTONDA
2 beautiful homes in Roton-
da. 2/2/2 & 3/2/2 starting
at $1275/mo. Flexible leas-
es. Call Ron (941)-223-4781
Englewood- 2/2/2 newer
home near town & beaches
Nice kit. Scrn lanai. Water
Incl. 941-266-3797
ENGLEWOOD: Overbrook Gar-
dens, 3/2/2, tile, vaulted ceil-
ing, fenced backyard.
$1300/mo. 941-497-0598

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3/211 Gondola Park Condo, beautiful $1600
2/22 Nokomis Home, boat dock $1200
2/2 Venice Island Condo $875
2/2 Venice Island Condo $750
22/22 Auburn Woods Condo $1200
2/2 North Port Home, $800 ^
2/2/CP Venice Island Condo. $1400 M
2/2 Mirabella Condo. $1400.
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PORT CHARLOTTE
2/2 $775
3/1/CP .....................$800
3/2/1 ......................$900
2/2/1 Fam Rm,dock. $995
3/2 Condo.............. $1050
2/2/2, pool.............$1100
3/2/2 Fam Rm.........$1175
3/3.5 pool, 2 story,
pond.......................$2000
5/2/2, pool, SWF$.....1400
DEEP CREEK
2/2 Condo, pool........$700
2/2 Condo,pool,lake..$800
4/2/2.....................$1400
PGI
2/2 Condo..............$1100
NORTH PORT
2/1.5/1$....................$850
3/2/1, SWF... .....$......995
3/2/2 Brand New....$1100
3/2/2 Family Rm.....$1200
3/2/2 Den..............$1295
3/2/2 Charleston Pk$1395
3/2/2 Family Room,
Pool $1500
VENICE ISLAND
2/2 Condo, Pool, SWF,
Furn, Short Term.....$1000



GARDENS, of Gilf. Cove.
2/2, gar, fam rm. .lanai,
W/D, AC, comm:pol.-liub
house, great area, .$945
mo. + sec. Good Credit
req. (954)-873-3083
GARVIN STREET 200 PG
3/2/2 W/POOL
$1700/MO
CALL FIVE STAR REALTY
941- 637-6116
Gulf Cove 2br/2b w/ pool &
dock. $1350/mth. Ruth T.
Brown, PA 475-1311 Re/Max
Bayside Prop. Inc.
Harbor Heights, 2/2, garage,
unfurnished, $875/mo. Annu-
al lease. 1st., last + security.
Call (239) 340-0952
HISTORIC PG 2/1, $900; PC.
w/docks, 2/2 $1200 unfurn.
ann. Anchor RIty 800-898-
7353.
HOMES FOR RENT IN P.C.
3/2/CP's on canal. Avail.
Now. Credit ck. req. Call for
details. (443) 286-0501

MANASOTA KEY ,
PROPERTY "
MANAGEMENT; INC;
474-9536

22 Oakwood Dr. North
large 2/2/2 boat dock
community pool
$1200 + utilities

1090 Gulf Blvd.
2/2 incl elect & water
$1,200

1980 Pennsylavania Ave.i
2/2/2 $1,100 ...

1980 Pennsylvania
Ave. Duplex
2/2, $850 + util

Manasota Key 2br/2ba avail.'.
Sept-Dec. $1500/mth. Ruth T.
Brown, PA 475-1311 Re/Max
Bayside Prop. Inc..


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Murdock, 2/2/2 new, unfur- NORTH PORT 3/2. Great P.C. 2/1/1 excellent cond., PC, 4/3/2+, 200ft water front
nished, ,pets ok, waterfront family neighborhood, nice central air, fenced yard. 881 on 300ft wide canal. Minutes
Eppinger Dr. $975 neg. mo. area of NP. Avail. Aug. 1. Silver Springs Terr. $795 mo. to Gulf $1,500./mo. nego.
Annual, (516)409-5767 $1250/mo. Melissa Cline, (9411-628-8570 NS, NP (727)-360:1257
N PORT 3/2/2, fenced yard, CarlI Burr Realty. P.C. 2/2/1, office or 3rd bed., PC, all new, furnished, 3/2/1,
4693FlamlauAve.$1200.1st& 941-586-2593 W/D, new paint tile & carpet 1,600 sq. ft. on FWC, 1st.,
2/mo sec. No Pets. Optionto NORTH PORT 3/2/2 Brand in bedrooms, quiet cul-de-sac, last + sec. $1,150/mo. Pet
buy 941-429-1264 new, Close to schools, shop- w/deep SW canal, no bridges, dep. (941)-624-4110
N.r P. Rent to Own Newer ping & 175, 3 Houses avail. 12 mos. lease. $975. mo. PC Attractive 2BR/2BA,
3/2/2, terms neg, $1,249/mo. $1250/mo 941-456-0067 1st, last & sec., NP? NS! Call dple, lanai, g rage,
$400 option. 4650 Cazes ^(720).480-3399. duplex, lanai, garage,
+$400 option. 4650 Cazes NORTH PORT 3/2/2 newer (720)480-3921254 Stillwater, no pets.
Ave. Helen (941-780-6074 home, freshly painted, good P.C. 3 bedrooms, office, $900/mo. 941-766-1928
;N. PORT HERON CREEK location, near Cranberry. garage, fenced yard, tile.
GULF & Country Club $1,095/mo. (941)-716-2501 Short or long term, Furnished PC waterfront w/sailboat
4000 Whispering Oaks 3/2/2 or Unfurnished. Pets OK. Bea- access to Gulf, 3/2/1,
Located on 3rd Hole of Golf North Port 3/2/2 on Penguin con & Peachland area. dock, furnished or unfur-
course. Open floor plan with Lane, $1200/mo. 1st., last + $1150. mo. (941)-627-4344 nished, $1,300/mo
spacious great room. Formal security. Call (941)-815-0285 includes lawn service
dining room, New Hurricane Gideon Realty P.C. 3/2/2 pristine canal front includes lawn service.
home on O'Hara, pets & boats No smoking, no pets. Call
shutters. Weichert, Realtors NORTH PORT GEM- 4596 Tol- okay. $1500/mo. Ist/Sec. Terri (941) 624-3822
Paradise, Christine Neal lesson Ave. Pretty, spacious (941)-350-1288
941-468-4028 3/2/1. All appliances. Every- Deep Creek 3/2/2
N. Port New 4BR/2.5BA/2 thing new. Lovely area. Large P.C. Bright, Tiled & Painted modelled All Tile Floors
CG + media room + office, corner lot. $1100. mo. (941). 2/1/CP 760 Floral $725 Remodelled All Tipiapo Cirle Floors
2,223sf A/C, nr 1-75, 2224 Ann 485-9602 Ask for, Martina 3/1 21058 Gephart $750 26442 Copiapo Circle $1295.00
Arbor $1,295 (94180-1266 North Port New, 3/ with 3/1/CP 2557 Starlite $800 Pelican Property Mgmt. Inc
N. PORT- 3/2/2 home family room, near 1-75 & 3/1/1 21422 Holdern $850 Lic. Broker 941-232-8223
over 1200sf of liv space, schools. Rent or Rent to own. 1st, Lst+$500 Sec 916-0896 PGI 3/2/2 Sailboat Canal,
quiet area. $1200/mo. + $1595. + down, Call now View of the Harbor. Pool,
sec. No pets. 941-426-2969 Won'tLast PC 2/2 w/pool on water dok, lift Very clean homeol,
941-224-8664 W. Tarpon, garage, deck, dock, lift. Very clean home.
NEWER FURN. 3/2/2 on 3 941-224-$1,000/mo. st/Last/Securi- $1,800. mo. (941)-626-9075
lots in Bunt St. Vil., hot tub. NORTH PORT new home, ty (941)780-1585 PGI 3/2/2, 1268 Eider Ct.,
Nov. thru Apr. $1975 incls. 3/2/2, near schools and
yd. work, 815-874-6493 shopping, $1095/mo. PC, 2/1, all appliances W/D Sailboat Canal, Dock, Pool,
CHA, very flexible terms/pets Newer, Oct. $1,500, annual,
Newer PGI Sailboatble now. (stast941-955-100 sec deposit ok, no lease, long or short unfurn (785)776-6787 (CST)
$1,500/mo. + utilities (greatterm (941-623-2762 PGI 3/2/2, 2 mins to harbor
bargain for good tenant). Call NORTH PORT- Abbotsford, PC, 2/1/1CP, CHA, appl., ren- 51 Ocean Dr sailboat water
Karen Tammen, RE/MAX Har- Tollefson 3BR/2BA homes ovated, s. pet. $850/ mo. dock pool $1495 monthly
bor Realty 380-0639/575- $950-$1100 Annual lease. 3684 Easy St. 941-504-9232 or 504-8905
0844/639-8500 ERA Preferred Properties (954)-347-5151,PGI, extra large 3/2/2,
NOKOMIS WATERFRONT (941)-485-9602 PC 2/2 for rent. Avail 16,000 Ib boat lift, lots of tile
2/2/2 Dock, fireplace, 10/1. 1st and security. & storage. $1400/mo. (239)-
appliances, Short/Long NORTH PORT- Clean 3/2/1 Quiet neighborhood. Pets 334-8119.
term. Furn. or unfur- hurrica shutterswasr/dry, 900/mo. 627-d PGI waterfront sailboat, 1
nished. $1100-2300/mo, community pool $995/mo 9494. All calls returned in. to Harbor, beautiful
(941M-927-0040 mi. to Harbor, beautiful
depending upon terms. www.SunnvHomeRentals.com PC, 2/2 remodeled, fenced upgraded 3/2/2, pool
Call for more details. yard, 1st., security, Jacuzzi, solar heated, 32'
941-483-3902 NORTH PORT: 1900 SF under $1,000/mo., annual lease dock, $1,800/mo, annual No
NOKOMIS: 2BR w/attached air, Brand new 3BR/2BA. (941)-613-6646 Smoking, includes pool & lawn
gar, w/lanai, pool, sunroom, Exc. area. $1200/mo. 941- serv., (239)-5954588
beaut. neighborhood. 'Won't 8093075 PC 2/2/1 on sailboat water,
$1,500/mo, 3/2/2 sailboat Port Char 2BR/2BA/1CG
last. $1300. (941)485-5082 Overbrook Gardens 2BR/ water, $1,750/mo, nice Corner Lot $925 F/L/S
North Port 2/1.5/1, 2BA, garage, pool, spa, close homes, (941) 626-8100 Imm. Occ. Pets Neg.
$850/mo. to beach, $1300/mo.incl. lawn Desireable NY Section
1st/Last &Security & pool maintenance, 1830 PC, 22245 Little Falls, Pelican Property Mgmt. Inc
(941)716-2177 Neptune (5091-306-9281 3/3/2 in N.Y. Section. Lic. Broker 941-232-8223
Newly remodeled
North Port Brand New OVERBROOK GARDENS, 2/2, kitchen, mirrored wall in Port Char Sailboat
3/2/2 Imm. Occ from $1295 garage, pool, spa. 1830 Nep- living rm., large lanai. Water. Pool, Seawall &
Call for Details tune. $1300/mo. (5091-306- $950/mo. 624-3822 Dock. 4204 Surfside Court
Pelican Property Mgmt. Inc 9681 $1595/mo.
Lic. Broker 941-232-8223 TAI PC 3/2/1 SW canal, dock, Pelican Property Mgmt., Inc
NORTH PORT -New, NEED A RENTAL M 180' seawall, VIEW! Lrg., Lic Broker (941) 232-8223
Never lived in 3/2/2, DCR RENTAL MGMT updated. Pet fee. NS. Lease. PORT CHAR.,avail 10/1 Mod-
Near 1-75 & schools. 941-624-0500 $1025 mo. (941)-916-1670 POR 3 bdrm home on canal, 2
$1375.'mo 941-400-0725 P.C 3/2/20n-a fresh water PC, 3/2/2, available now, bath, 2 car garage, open
NORTH POCT 1 eli[D JENW canal, nice area $1100 mo. nice, quiet area, close to kitchen, dining & living area.
Lg. home 1080 Knotty Pine 1st, last, security. No pets shopping, $1,300/mo. F,L,S, Screened lanai. $1150. +util.
Ave. near School. $1175/mo 629-2858 or 815-8687 Annual Lease, (561) 379- 800-713-0694 or visit
941-429-2846 2353 or (561) 743-6960 www.tiodeveloDment.com
P.C Furnished 2/2/1 w/pool
NORTH PORT 2BR/1BA, Sec 15 Clean ref req. 1st & PC, 3/2/2, screened lanai, PORT CHARLOTTE Large,
garage, 6713 Myrtlewood last & sec. $1200 mo 769- quiet area,NP/NS, 2/11lanai, garage, $800 mo.
$875/mo. 1st/Last, $700 4077 $1100/mo, F/L/S, 1st, last & security. 239-573-
sec. Call 941-284-7780 941-629-5023 7011 or 239-878-7938


Port Charlotte 2/2/1
posss 3br) for rent. New
kitchen,
bath and many extras. Small
pet ok. 1250.00/per mo.
(941)724-6996 or
(941)761-0694
Port Charlotte 3/2/1 w/ com-
munity pool. Sm. pet ok Avail.
Oct. 1st Call for info
Harborside Property
Management 941-697-7077
Lic RE Broker


PRESTIGIOUS
PUNTA GORDA ISLES
3 bed, 2 bath split plan
saltwater front home
w/family room & 2 car
garage on corner lot
with pool, dock, boat lift
& all appliances. Over
2000 sq. ft. Beautifully
updated. Includes pool
and lawn service.
$2,000/month. Inquire
about R#529.
Almar Rentals & Mgt.
Services, Inc.
(941) 627-1465 or
800-964-3095
almarrental@yahoo.com
Pt Charlotte Waterfront
$1250.- $1600. mo.
3/3/2, 1750 sq ft. sailboat
3/2/2, close to Harbor, sail
3/3/2, 2 bridges
3/3, 1 bridge & boat lift
3/2/2. Furn'd (non Wtrfrnt)


PT. CHARLOTTE
3br/lba, completely
remodeled, lower unit,
comm. pool, $1,000/J
mo. VERY LARGE!/

PUNTA GORDA, 2/1,Fur-
nished, CHA, lanai, W & D,
Newly remodeled. Incl. lawn
maint., water, sewer & trash
removal. $975. mo. Annual.
(941-639-4074
PUNTA GORDA beautiful
. 3BR/2BA, pool, $2300/ mo.
+ sec. dep. References. Incl.
lawn care. 1-800-359-2311
Punta Gorda Isles, nice
2/2/2 w/pool. Available
now. 1st., last + sec.
$1,600/mo, 575.6482
PUNTA' GORDA on the water
1/1 completely furn., no pets
or smoking. $700/mo. 941-
637-6155
Punta Gorda Sailboat
Water 2330 Via Veneto -
$1595/mo. 2BR/2BA/
2CG. Pool Seawall, Dock
Pelican Property Mgmt., Inc
Lic Broker (941) 232-8223
Punta Gorda Sailboat
Water 2517 Brazilia Court
$1695/mo. 3BR/2BA,
2CG. Pool, seawall, dock.
Pelican Property Mgmt., Inc '
Lic Broker (941) 232-8223


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941-637-6797 Rent-A-Home RIVERWOOD
PT CHARLOTTE 3/2 w/ sun 8 Furnished Homes, Annu-
room on salt water canal, 1st, al or Seasonal (941)-629-
last&sec. $1000/mo 941- 3337 or (313)-600-5238
235-2822. www.mbgvacationproperties.com
PT. CHAR.- 2br/lba/CP,- Rotonda 2BR/2B furn., Season-
ON SALTWATER, new kitchen, al or yearl rental. Ruth T. Brown,
new A/C, new paint, new car-PA47 31 e xBsd
pet, Ige lanai, Ige. shop/stor- Prop. Inc.
age. Small dog ok. Yr lease. Prop. Inc.
$950/mo 1st last/dep. 941- Employ Classified!
2354783 after 5pm. I ply i ie!


2/2 Island Condo, 2nd fl., 55+, (Furnished). ......... $850
2/1.5 Kathryn's Kondos, 2nd fl., upgrades. ...........$850
2/2/1 Englewood Isle Villa, corn. pool(reduced). $950
2/2/1 Mirabella Condo, 1st fi., lanai, (New). ........$995
3/2/2 Nokomis Home, lanai, pet neg. ................. $1200
3/2/2 Pinebrook Home, den, lanai. ...................$1300
2/2/2 Pelican PointVilla, lanai. $1300
3/2/2Triano Condo, 2nd fl., lanai..................$1400


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ment 941-697-7077 SERVICES Bucknell Rd.
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CE- 2/2/2 w/pool, 2004 Readers Choice (941)497-5238
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iing, $1100/mo Award winning Professional 905 TANAGER 2/2 Large
41)-321-6660 Management Company lanai. $975/mo. 1st, last, sec.
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Venice, FL 34285


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AVAILABLE MONTHLY MINIMUMS


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APARTMENTS/VILLAS/DUPLEXES
907B Hampton Rd. Efficiency with storage.
125A&B, i27C Avenida De Bahia 1BR/1BA, Nokomis.
467 Albee farm Rd.. 2BR/2BA/1CG, October.
522 Catalina Isle 2BR/2BA/2CG Chestnut Creek.
920 Cooper St. 3BR/2BA/ Covered Parking/cable inc. Brand New.
1344 Hedgewood 3BR/Den/2BA/2CG/North Port. Brand New.
FURNISHED ANNUAL RENTALS
317 E. Aurora Ave.. 2BR/1BA/CP/FL room.
647 Bird Bay. 1 BR/conv,12BA/lanai /2nd Fir.
268 Argus Road 2BR/2BA/CP/FR.
813 A Ormond 2BR/2BA/Triplex Venice, by beach.
2404 Auburn Lakes Circle 3BR/2BA/1CG cable inc., pool.
950 Tarpon Center Drive 2BR/2BAN5th floor. Gulf front.
801 Montrose. 2BR/2BA2nd fir. water/cable inc. Plantation.
HOMES
1782 Palm Dr.- 3BR/2BAN1CG -Venice Gardens,
2843 Abbotsford St.. 3BR/2BA/2CG/fenced yard.
4522 McKay 3BR/2BA/2CG/North Port.
5176 Hurley Ave 3BR/2BA/2CG/North Port.
1213 Hartsdale St. 3BR/2BA/2CG/North Port.
4596 Tollefson Ave.. 3BR/2BAN1CG/Newly remodeled.
1116 Horizon Rd.. South Venice 3BR/2BA/2CG.
840 Sunrise South Venice 3BR/2BA/2CG, Newer Home.
509 Dona Drive 2BR/Den/2BA/2 Lanais. Canal front,
1310 Cambridge Dr.. 2BR/2BA/2CG/pool, lawn & pool service.
214 Padova Way. 2BR/2BA/2CGIVenetian Golf & River Club.
11485 Tinder Court New 3BR/2BA/2CG Stoney Brook.


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UPSCALE TRIANO CONDO! Spacious
never occupied 3 bedroom Milano
model, den or office plus double garage,
screened balcony with panoramic view of
pool, lake and clubhouse in one of
Venice's most upscale communities.
MLS#488986 .................... $509,900.


TRIANO PROPERTY TOO NEW FOR
TAX RECORDS. Spacious 3 bedroom,
2 bath condo with double car garage with
water view in the beautiful development
of Triano. Owner would like to delay
closing.until 2006. #489498. $479,900.


880 QUEEN ROAD!! 2 bedroom split
plan home tiled foyer, kitchen & dining
area, kitchen pass through to screened
lanai with tile flooring, his & hers master
closets plus double garage, new
hurricane windows, spacious backyard
with tangelo tree.
MLS#488595........................... $239,900.


QUIET LAKEFRONT!! Spacious split
plan 2 bedroom Venice gardens
waterfront home with double garage,
Berber carpet & tiled flooring, colorful
bright family & Florida rooms, irrigation
system maintains lush lawn & flowering
landscaping.
MLS#476612......................... $329,900.


LAKEFRONT POOL!! Caged, heated
lakefront pool featured with 2 bedroom
beautifully kept home, eat-in kitchen,
family room, front entry porch, flowering
plants accent circle drive to oversized
garage.
MLS#484678. ........................ $295,000.


D1LLAUlU popular courtyard model in a
gated community on the Island of Venice.
Pool can be built in courtyard area. This
bright and cheerful home has many
upgrades. Beautiful clubhouse and clay
based tennis courts.
MLS#489513. ............................. $525,000.


3 BlUHUUM UUNUU!! rana new
first floor 3 bedroom condo with
screened lanai and double garage,
luxury clubhouse and pool in gated
community at Capri Isles.
MLS#482933 .................... $389,900.


BAY POINT BEAUTY located in Nokomis
between Dona Bay and Lyons Bay, this
home offers 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, a new
open kitchen, new bathrooms & wood
floors. The light and bright living room
opens up to a large lanai with a new pool
and waterfall. .......... ............ $463,500.


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BILL HETILERK
716-0066


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1210 HOMES FOR RENT 1240 CONDOSNILLAS 1240 CONDOSNILLAS
FOR RENT FOR RENT
The best in North Port, exc.
neighborhood, 3/2/2, new 3br/2ba Condo w/ LINKS EDGE DEEP CREEK
home, $1,195 annual. (561)- loft, Ig. lanai, Spectular 2/2 + DEN $950/MO
213-8229 water view, pool, No CALL FIVE STAR REALTY
Thinking of renting your smokers, No pets, 941- 637-6116
Home, Condo or Duplex $1100/mo Nokomis Sorrento Villa,
Heard all the stories? 941-429-2528 2/2/1CG, 1,400sf, exc.
GET THE FACTS! ATHENS TOWNHOUSE cond., bike to bch, N/S. N/P.
West Coast Property Mgt. ATHENS TOWNHOUSE $875/mo. (941)-223-1171
473-0718 or 877-468-0667 2/1.5 Tropical Paradise, $875/mo. (941-223-1171
3 BIks. from Venice beach. NORTH PORT 2/2 + DEN
S. Venice 2/1/1, new carpet, $935/mo. annual. 485-7645 Lakeside Plantation. New
fresh paint, $800
VE 2/2/Carpot, fresh paint, Beautiful Clipper Cove in PGI, unit, lakefront tiled
nice carpet, F L r $825 3BR/2BA, 1600 SF, staring at w/lanai, Country Club, 2
Engl Isles, 2/2/1 oncul-de- $990. Great price. Realty pools, tennis. Annual
sac, FLm 2 $950 Management (941)-625-3131 $1350/mo. Avail. now.
Owner. 203-253-4246
Gulf Coast Rentals & Real BREAKERS PGI wner 203-253-4246
Estate Co. (941)492-4280 BEAUTIFUL HARBOR FRONT Punta Gorda 2/2/CP pool,
VENICE, 3br/2ba, fenced CONDOS 3 TO SHOOSE pets ok. Avail now $825/mo
k ar datFROM 3/2/1 (PGI) gated, pool, near
back yard, updated, CALL FIVE STAR REALTY golf course $1250/mo
$975/mo (941)-928-2664 941- 637-6116 (941) 637-6797 Rent-A-Home

Don't wastVENICE BURNT STORE MARINA, Punta Gorda Isles, 2/2
Don't waste as renting when new luxury high rise, 6th Condo, unfurnished, fabu-
you c an lease to won and fir., 2bdrm +den, view of Ious waterview, dock
build equ ithy. 2br/lba Char. Harb $2990. MO- included, quick out to Har-
pools$19k (239)-825-7777 bor, $1,150/mo, annual,
2br/lba 700sqft Cute and CONDO FOR RENT st., last & security, No
clean $163k PROMENADES EAST smoking, No pets, (941)-
Learn how a lease option can 2 Bedroom 2 Bath 626-1613
get you in a home, Washer/Dryer P.C. Condos From $725
Owner/agent 735-0035 Covered Parking Furninshed / Unfurnished
Heated Pool & Spa Imm Occ 5 to choose
WHY RENT N/S, No Pets Pelican Property Mgmt. Inc
WHEN YOU CAN OWN Annual or Seasonal Lic. Broker 941-232-8223
WITH NO MONEY DOWN 941 457-4050
*Credit Issues PC OAK FORREST 55+, 2nd
*No Credit' DEEP CREEK LARGE LAKE- fir. facing pool,4urn., 1/1, no
*Repo-Chg Off FRONT 3/2/1.5, cath. ceil- smoking or pets. $750/mo.
American Home Front Mtg ings, tile firs., lanai + patio, Avail.10/1. (941)-235-2379
(941)-625-3052 1st., last + sec. $1095/mo,
Annual, Pets negotiable. PGI BANYAN POINT
(941)-743-0386 or (941) 661- NEWLY RENOVATED 2/2
1240 CONDOSNILLAS 4539. Also 2/2 $895/mo. $1200/MO
FOR RENT CALL FIVE STAR REALTY
FOR DEEP CREEK 2/2, catch. 941- 637-6116
ceil., tile floors, all apple, 1st.,
1/1 CONDO. Port Charlotte. last +sec., Ann. $855. (941) PGI- SCHOONER COVE
Furnished. NS/NP. New car- 743-0386 (941) 661-4539 3/2/1 $1500/MO
pet/paint, $900/mo thru CALL FIVE STAR REALTY
12/31. $1350/mo 1/1 thru Deep Creek 3/2.5/covered 941-637-6116
3/31. Util. included. Comm. parking Very large townhouse
pool. Secured building. W/D. on golf course. All new $1095 PGI 2/2 Unfurnished, newly
$500 sec. (9411)-624-5554 mo. (941)-628-8570 painted, balcony, w/d hook up
$825. 1st Last & Security.
1640 ATARES DR DEEP CREEK 3/2/2car, new Call 505-8201
villa, unfurn or furn. 1st, last &
Unit # 2, P G I security. (7861-586-9612 PGI, 2/2 waterfront, new con-
2/2/2 w/den furnished end edition, dock, pool,
unit villa with two lanais on St. Deep Creek Condo, 2/2, 2nd $1,100/mo., ann., 1st., last,
Andrews course, tinted win- fl, $800 annual, $1650 sea- sec. N/P (941)-575-0820
dows, all appliances, heated sonal, furn. or unfurn, N/P,
pool, 12 month lease, $1500 N/S 1st, last & sec. 941-740- PGI 3/2.5/2, 2600 sq. ft. liv-
/mo, inc. water/sewer, no 1444/941-629-9241 ing area + dock, lanai, $1500
neg. (941)-639-2815 or
pets, no smoking, F/L/Sec. Deep Creek/2 Brand new 941-286-8133
Shown by appointment Heritage Lakes 3/2/2 Villas,
Call owner (941)916-2700 W/D. 1st., & sec., $1,100/ PGI unfurn. 3/2/1 w/pool,
2/2 furnished, $800 until mo. Close access 1-75. Annu- spa, tile, granite, gorgeous.
2/31/05, $800includesnt al lease. Available. No smok- Owner Agent. annual. Call
water & cable. Jan., Feb. ing, No pets. (941) 628-9822 941- 286-0201
$1,500/mo. No smoking, ENGLEWOOD 2/2, Gulf Cove Punta Gorda Burnt Store Mari-
no pets. Bud Trayner Pt. Furn, furn, $900/mo na Grand Isles 1 yr. old luxuri-
Realty,. (941) 204- 2303 Annual. Laundry. N/S, N/P. ous fully furn. 3/2 condo.
Ist/Lst/sec. (941)-661-5675 Spectacular waterfront view.
2/2 in Promenades West. Pool, tennis, boat slips avail.
Newly remodeled. Nice pool & HERITAGE LAKE PARK VILLA $3500/mo/season. (518)-
Clubhouse. $750. mo. + DEEP CREEK BRAND NEW 857-1876
Security. (941)-380-1617 2/2/2+ DEN
CALL FIVE STAR REALTY Punta Gorda Isles Newly fur-
2/2.5 Condo, fully furnished 941- 637-6116 nished end unit. 1300 sqr ft


or unturn., marble, tile, clean,
ready to move in, $1,100/mo, Heritage Oak, gathd communi-
annual. $2,200/mo. season- ty. Lakefront 2/2/CP, 1st.
al. No pets, no smoke, (941)- floor, N/P, N/S, avail. season-
637-0195 al/annual. (941)-662-6888
LAKE SUZY, 2BR/2BA, Lake-
2BR/2BA FURNISHED view Condo. 1st floor in Crystal
CONDO in Orlando, FL Bay complex, comp. furn.
near Disney. Oct. 28th includes util., Annual $900/mo.
Nov. 4th. $550/per wk. Seasonal $1750/mo. Other
941-475-9507 units avail. (941)769-7425.


w/carport 2/2 salt water
canal lease $2400 per month
plus sec. Call 920450-0900
PUNTA GORDA ISLES water-
front 3BR/2BA, small pet OK.
NICE! $1250. Realty Manage-
ment 625-3131

SIESTA KEY Condo 2/2,
turnkey furn., W/D, scr.
lanai. bright & spa-


1240 CONDOSNILLAS 1300 DUPLEXES
FOR RENT FOR RENT


TRY IT! YOU'LL LIKE IT,
fully furnished, Lake/Harbor
views, Punta Gorda Condos.
$900-$1850/per month.
BEAT THE RUSH!!!!!
941-575-1017 or
508-944-3577
VENICE ISLAND 2/2 lanai,
1st floor, furnished,
$840/mo. Water/sewer incl.
No pets. (941)-497-6648
Venice Island Walk to beach
Newly refurbished 2BR condo
Annual/Seasonal.
(941)-586-9924
VENICE ISLAND 2/1 condo
w/pool. Avail. 10/1. Annual or
season. 2 biks from beach,
dwntwn. 9414924671, aft 5p
VENICE ISLAND, walk to
beach & Venice Ave. Shop;
ping, 1B/1B, first floor, cable,
water incl. $800/mo. N.P.
(9411-7160844
VENICE ISLAND 2BR/2BA
poolside, great downtown loca-
tion, $900 unfurn., $1,050
furn., Mike (941)-358-8787
VENICE- Newly remodeled
2/2 2nd floor end unit,
new carpet, paint, & apple
Call Susan 941-488-6687
Millennium Prop. of Srq. Co. Inc
Millennium
'pcnles of M county, Inc.

WINDJAMMER PGI
2/2 WATERFRONT
$1300/MO
CALL FIVE STAR REALTY
941- 637-6116
wwv.Fivestarrealty.com

Need Cash?
Have A
Garage Sale


DOWNTOWN ENGLEWOOD:
1/1 on quiet street, Close
to everything. $575/mo.
(941)-587-2277
E. ENGLEWOOD, 2/1, CHA,
w/w carpet, W/D hook-up,
lawn care incl. No pets. $725.
941-769-6548 days, (941)-
639-8829 evenings
EAST ENGL 2br/lba, Nice
condition & neighborhood
1st, last, sec. $550/mo
9474 B Tacoma. Showings &
applications on Sat Sept.
10th from 5pm-7pm
(941)-473-4071
Eng downtown area 2/1
screen lanai inc.
watwe/sewer/lawn serve.
West Coast Property Mgt.
941-473-0718
ENGLE: lbr/lba w/ lanai
rec Remodel, incl. water &
sewer $575/mo Ist/L/ Sec
No pets 941-400-1670
ENGLEWOOD, COZY 2/1 on
canal, W/D hook-up. No pets.
$700/MO Lawn maint incl.
lst/L/Sec (941)-460-9403
ENGLEWOOD, FURN. SPA-
CIOUS 28R/2BA APTS. CENT
AIR, W/D, POOL, UNFURN
2BR/1BA 941-484-9034

ENGLEWOOD: Bike to
Beach! 2/1 W/D,
fenced yard annual @
$950/ monthly
941-473-0297 or
223-8620

PC, Attractive 2BR/2BA,
duplex, lanai, garage,
21254 Stillwater, no pets.
$900/mo. 941-766-1928
PUNTA GORDA, 2/1 CHA, fully
tiled throughout, $900/mo.
(9411-639-2823


(941) 485-9147

StII E. Venice Ave., Vnmicr F134285
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e-mail:iha(kWorlhreall'herizon.no


1300 DUPLEXES
FOR RENT

Rotonda 2/2 Duplex on
canal w/ lawn serv.
West Coast Property Mgt.
941-473-0718
VENICE: Lg, clean, quiet,
close to shopping. 2/1.5.
$900. 1st, last, sec.,
No pets. 941-484-5681

1320 APARTMENTS
FOR RENT

1BR $650, 2BR $800, Eff
$600, water incl. 1st/last/sec
Sec./background check $30.
2021 Pennsylvania Ave Engl.
off Placida Rd 941-270-1254
2515 Myrtle Ave, PG
Myrtle Gardens Quadplex
w/pool, spacious two BR's
available. $700/mo. rent
575-2355 / 637-6579
CH 1/1 near park & fishing,
new decor, no pets.
$650/mo. 1st., last, security,
& lease. (941)-7434663
CHAR Harbor 2/1, near
Bayshore Park. Util incl. No
pets. Avail. $800. Lease, 1st,
last & sec. 941-743-4663
Charlotte Harbor, Furnished
2/1 Screened Lanai Covered
parking. Lease, no pets, No
Smoking. 1st Last & Damage
$650 Eves 941-764-3969
DEEP CREEK AREA 2/2 APT.
CALL FOR INFO.
Harborside Property
Management 941-697-7077
Lic RE Broker
lbr/lba cottage furn. on
MANASOTA KEY Steps to
Beach, long term, $300/wk
or $1200/mo. util incl. Call
(941)-716-3660


1320 APARTMENTS
FOR RENT

EFFICIENCY APT. partially fur-
nished, $700/ mo. + $500
security. 941- 456-4167.
ENG. LARGE POOL SIDE EFFI-
CIENCY fully furnished, incl all
utilities & cable TV $850/mo
941-475-1732
ENGL- Spacious 2/2, liv rm,
eat-in-kit, lanai, 1200sf. No
pets. Util by tenant. $875. 1
yr Ise & sec. 941-697-9254
HERON COVE APTS
OF ENGLEWOOD (off Dear-
born) SPACIOUS 2BR WITH DEN
OR 3BR, HTD. POOL, GAZEBO,
TENNIS COURT, CLOSE TO
BEACH & WALKING DISTANCE
TO PUBLIX&WALGREENS
SM. PETS & FAMILIES ARE WEL-
COME. IMMEDIATE OCCUPAN-
CY. 941-473-0450
Accepting Applications!!!

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

ISLAND OF VENICE-
EFFICIENCY. Clean & Neat
Walk to Beaches. Close to
downtown. 1-800-7464030
N. Port/WMS 2BR upstairs
unit, CH/A Full kitchen. Conve-
nient location, Annual $750/
mo. w/$1,500 sec. No Dogs.
Ready now. (941)4924494
PC 2/2, unfurnished.
$800/mo, 1st., last + securi-
ty, No smoking, no pets,
(863)-558-2464

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


LAKES OF JACARANDA Elegant besi
de..:re6 Ih., riorri e' ,C in garage qreai
Ior har3nyman Lipgraded .:,ichen cat',rel:.
new Shuve & lidcro 1:;, 0i lile & 2 m'irrored'
waills in dirrng room This .2 bted plus a ,3nr
rirre nras s :.n r,. Well ltor rgariq .'n Eri Cy,'
he healed p:oo.l $457.900.
MARY ELLEN DEITER
Direct 809-7305.


1320 APARTMENTS
FOR RENT

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

1330 HOTEL/MOTEL

ISLAND BREEZE INN
islandd of Venice
*Near the beach
Weekly Rates Starting
at $299.00
Monthly Rentals Starting
at $795
Call 941-488-4417

1340 MOBILE HOMES
FOR RENT


1350 EFFICIENCIES
FOR RENT

Nokomis efficiency Week-
Jy Rental, furn, bring your
bed, $165/wk. Back-
ground check. 1st/L/
Security (941)-743-7485
PUNTA GORDA, Studio Appt.
heat, air, util., laundry, & cable
inc. no pets. $600/mo. 1st &
last. 941-585-9563 aft. 7pm
SUNNYBROOK MOTEL, fully
furn., full kitchen, cable,
$225/week & Up. (Deep
Creek, P.C.) 941)-629-4046
TROPICAL BAY waterfront 2
room suite, furn., full kitchen,
sofa, 27" TV, cable, sep.
room w/qn. bed. $280/wk &
up. (941)-625-3004
Vpnirc Iland RBa.h Ffficipnrvcy


1999 Home of Merrit, 150 Old Furn., kitchen, olympic size
Englewood Rd., Lot #3, Engl, pool, elect, cable & phone incld.
FL $37,000. $700/mo. Wkly/Mthy (941)-496-9492
+$300 sec. Model home, like
new. (941)-473-7466 1360 ROOMS
3/B 2/1 Mobile Home,$800. FOR RENT
mo 1st last & sec (863)494-
7680 1 Room w/private bath, large
ENGLEWOOD, Holiday Travel home w/house privledges,
Park, 55+, lbr/lba, laundry, W/D $125/wk. Female pref.
pool, no pets, $500/mo. (941-698-9147
+Sec. (941)-474-1607 CLEAN & SOBER Recovery
P.CH: Furn 2/2, gated golf Housing in PC. Men & Women.
course community, 55+ If interested in sobriety call
Park, avail. Sept Dec, lan (941)286-9019
$750/mo. (412)580-9469 East Englewood private enter-
ance & bath, $110/wk
1350 EFFICIENCIES Call after 1pm 474-8939
FOR RENT ENGLEWOOD area, Ig bed-
room, house privileges,
NOKOMIS cable, W/D & util incl.
Apartments $150/wk (305)-394-7266
Efficiencies, & Rooms
Starting at $80/week. GATED 55 or over park. Work-
484-2630 ing Male, N/S, own bath, TV, ref-
erences. $125/wk (941)423-
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414 CIRCLEWOOD Recenriv updated
2BR. -BA maimernan.:e Ire villa Nlew root.
plumrrng air. hol waler hr carpels
kilcren abarineis & appliances Ceramic Wile
Smarble .aniiy ,rn both bars A real Deauty
wrn all ir ie w.ork. done Come arid ejo0y all
ire amrenier in Ihis ciommuniiy $224.900.
MARY ELLEN DEITER
Direct 809-7305.


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dock, pool & spa. $1295 King island lakeview, Golf seasonal. 941-223-6520Direct809-7305. Direct 416-3009 Direct 416-3009 Direct16-51
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802 Pinebrook Road Venice, FL 34285

Call: (941) 484-8670 or 800-242- PALM (7256)


Nancy Buell
408-5628


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Call Penny Rose (941) 587-7222.

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$234,500. Call Penny Rose (941) 587-7222.


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Call Penny Rose (941) 587-7222.

EVERGLADES TERRACE :r, Lago-n Waierw,, y S55,000
HEMPSTEAD AVE. nice hlldin l I..l ir, rea ol new h-.re'
$55.000.
ARITON two ,ie it si e s ,.iiertroni l,:, Each........70,000.
Call Claudia Daniels (941)773-1447
or Myles Fromer (941) 587-3433.
2 ADJOINING LOTS ON A NICE CUL-DE-SAC in up
.and .:.n ,riin ri WVil l ell -.eparatel-,' or -,geiner
Ea.:h $89,000.
Call Barbara Korle (9411650-8440


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2Bed/2BaBah, rgaila plus cormmuniy pool Turnl,ey
furnished Asking only $239,900.
Call Mary Mayo (941) 544-0697


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Call Mvies Fromer9411)587-3433or Claudia Danela (9411773-1447.

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'.h.r.pping irel. :uriri .: entil l3irTerI 55,000.
Call Nancy Buell 408-5628.
GREAT BUILDING LOT ,n Jlortn PFr Esiales Country
setting yet close eriougr. IO1 -75 lor easy commute
. $55,000.
Call Mary Mayo (941) 544-0897 or Nancy Buell 408-5628.
THINKING OF BUILDING IN NORTH PORT?
bcaunl ul 3 clt parcel in area ,:1 new nomes 5149,900.
Call Penny Rose (941) 587-7222.


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Friday, Sept. 9, 2005, Real Estate Classified


1360 ROOMS 1390 VACATION/SEAS 1390 VACATION/SEAS 1500 LOTS & ACREAGE 1500 LOTS & ACREAGE 1500 LOTS & ACREAGE
FOR RENT RENTALS RENTALS
20 ACRE TREE FARM, CHARLOTTE. RANCHETTES LANDVESTMENTS
NOKOMIS AREA: BR w/ full 2/2.1st fir. BIRD BAY. Patio In Town/Beach 2006 Bermont Rd., Punta Gorda. 3.8 AC 250 x 660 +/- TEL: (941)412-1429
hse privdg. Responsible per- tennis, pool, golf. Comp. 2/2 Beach, pool, $3300 $500,000. Inquire at Cleared. Surveyed. No Scrub FAX: (941)412-3286
son only. $110/wk, Ist/L remodeled, granite counter- 2/2 WIk to Bch $2300 www.buymyranchette.com Jay. Deed Restricted Horses LOTS IN NORTH PORT
deposit. (941)-484-4149 tops. NP/NS (941)-484-9883 Investment RIty941492-5050 O.K. 1+ Mi. to US 17 & 1-75 LOT 14 Firebrand St.,
3 Lots, 1/2 acre corner dbl lot + $175K 10,00sfw/green belt
NORTH PORT, single bed 2BR/2BA CONDO at Fiddlers PORT CHARLOTTE, 2/2, furn. 1/4 acre canal lot in the Estates Call George @ Sara David at rear $49K
room for non-smoker, pet Green located at Placida Rd., on saltwater canal, boat lift, of N. Port nr Sumter, No scrub- RealtyIn 941-628-9270 LOT22DunmsmuirRd
lover,, $125/wk, $125/dep. Engl. FL Pool, clubhse, tennis garage, $1000/mo. Avail. jays $210,000 (941)-7550660 Realty, Inc. 941-6289270. 0sfLOT 22 Dunmsmuir Rd..$52K
clean person (941)426-6432 courts, 1st fir end unit, newly Sept. 15- Jan. 15. 1st/last & 12,500sf oversizeoncoer52K
decorated with new appl's to sec. 5 yrs. prev. references. 3+ ACRES LAKEFRONT LOT 34 Greenley Rd.,
DISCOUNT ON SEC. DEP incl W/D, 3 month rental (802)453-3351 Venice/Lake Geraldine 11,700sf w/green belt
P.C. ROOM TO RENT JanFeb-March. Call Lane Curtis Reside Oaks P, 2/2/2 No wetlands, cleared to at rear $54K
Female/Couples Fine 9a4-1a rs iversie as, / build & to lake. $416,000 LOT 12 Citron Rd..
941-504-5468 941416-0282 enc'sed lanai, furnished, American Eagle Realty C 10,172sf in nice area $49K
2BR/2BA CONDO, turnkey in shed, very nice avail Oct, 941- 408-8277 LOT 13 El Paso
P.G. In private house, fur- Pinebrook Lake Club in $1400, 941-204-3274 AmericanEagleRealtyFL.com Country Acreage: 12,750sf corner lot $54K
nished, house priv, private Venice. Avail Oct-May. Condo's for 2.9 acres in Charlotte LOT 16 Logsdon
bath, no drugs, $450 /mo (941)-484-9048 SeasonalC for 4 Lots at 12443 Evelyn Av Ranchettes. No scrub 11,413sf corner lot $52K
plus dep. 941-639-3622. rent in Deep Creek from $299,900 jays or flood. AE zon- LOT 5 Bonnet Ave.,
PC/g Full house priv. Own 2BR2BA, Monthly/Seasonal 1500/month. 2 Lots at 13025 Proctor Av ing, near 1-75 10,000sf near Atwater Dr. $48K
PC/Eng Full house priv. Own Rental, Plantation Country Bud Trayner Realty, P.A. $149,900 $199,000. LOT 18 Lonean Rd.,
Bed/bath. Utilities paid, many Club, Venice. $1250/mo. & (941)-766-7278 $149,900 $199,000. LOT 18 Longan Rd.,
amenities, $85/wk or up.Cal 941-376-10250/mo. & (941)7667278 12504 Steen Terrace Ellen @ RE/MAX 21,422sf zoned duplex,
$320/mo. 941-697-0059 SEASONAL NEW POOL $74,999 Harbor Realty ONE FOR THE FUTURE $56K
PG Clean furnished cable, AVAIL. GULF BEACHFRONT HOMES! Available now 333 Sweetwater Drive (941)-833-4205 LOT 5 Linda Dr.,
hone utilities hncd $125/wk Venice Island Condo's Effs. fully furn., quiet neighbor- $90,000 24,016sf on canal Lagoon
$125/dep no ts (941)25/wk & lbr. Turnkey furn., Pool, hood, nr shopping & bchs Linda Crombie DEEP CREEK LOT, Waterway $120k
6391089 25/dep. no pets39. (229522841)Wk/Mo/Ann. 941-485-7967 Call (941)426-1989 RE/MAX Properties 140' frontage Lots 38&39 Andalusia St.,
639-1089 or(239)-229-5228 trudypage@hotmail.com (941) 473-8484 on LaCrosse Lane. $70K. 2 no. 10,000sf lots 98K for both
MOVE IN SPECIAL Available condos & homes, Lcrombiel@earthlink.net (941)-743-0298 Lot 6 Tropicaire
100. OFFor rent extra Burnt Store Marina, PGI w/ 9608sf greenbelt at rear $49k
PT CHAR- room for rent extra Bur on Myakka River. VENICE ISL walk to beach $49k in Venice It is the buyer's responsibility to con-
clean.Barbara 941-228-3677Anchor Realty 800-898-7353. & Venetian Walkway, pool, Owner/agent735-0035 DOUBLE YOUR City of North Port & Sarasota County
PTGD, $75wk/$75 dep, clean 2/2 furn, scr. lanai,
Working person, references AVAIL NOV. '05 & MARCH cov parking. $1500- 5 acres in P.G. off Hwy-17, INVESTMENT
checked, limited use of & APRIL '06. Neat & clean $2000/mo 941-492-2153 Zoned for Mobile or Convential IN ONE YEAR! Large corner lot,
house. 239-789-0168 fully furn 2/2 lovely home, existing well & septic 12,672sf w/green belt
So. Venice home. $1800/mo VENICE Island, lbr/lbr, 150 only $175,000.Utopia Comm HOT SPRINGS VILLAGE at rear, in good area,
VENICE Furn, w/house Days, 941-485-9222 steps to Gulf, sips 4. Cable & RIty (941)-575-7111. FROM lK not in scrub jay.
privledges, cable, W/D, pool. Eves, 941-497-0620 Internet hookup. Jan-Feb-Mar $63,000. Please call
Must like pets. Close to beach. $2100/mo. (603)-226-2810 6 Lots in Gulf.Cove, 3 $63,000. Please call
$150/wk. (941)-468-6285 Seasonal Rental's Available VENICE ISLAND 2/1 condo buildable, 3 scrub jay. (954)-328-1010 941-412-9456
VENICE Master BR in large in Bird Bay Village. 3 w/pool. Avail. 10/1. Annual or $245,400. Prices go up for details.
home, 2 walk-in closets, priv. months minimum. Call season. 2 blks from beach, soon! Jon Bullock Englewood, By Owner, nearly
bath, $600/mo. UTIL INCL. (941)484-6777 or 1-800- dwntwn. 941-492-4671, aft 5p Gas9418158449 ies half acre on corner lot, 5 LOTS
(941-493-9777 464-8497 Bird Bay Realty I Gasparilla Properties to Englewood Beach. FORSALE BY
(941)-4939777 VENICE ISLAND GULF-FRONT $84,000, (954)-258-9048FOR SALE BY
VENICE- private bath, micro, Charlotte Harbor, $1175/mo. 2/2 CONDO Directly on Attn Investors OWNER
firidg, lanai w/private exit, 2/1, CHA, partily furn, immac- beach, htd pool, club house, EXCLUSIVE Cape Haze Wind- Six cleared,
responsible female pref. late, w/d, NPNS. Northshore seas/ ann (941)-493-1879 Want land? ward Golf course lot w/views partially filled canal lots
$420. + sec. (9411412-9406 Dr. 941-276-0136. VENICE ISLES 55+ dble wide. Visit www.hishmeh.biz or call of Coral Creek. Linda with city water available
Wm Mineral Springs on canal Avai now full furn. 2br2ba (941) 628-3434 McCraney, 941-468-2076. on Nabatoff St in North
Wm Mineral Springs on canal Avail now, fully furn. 2br/2ba, Prudential Village. Port $75,000/ea Call
w/gulf access, master suite COTTAGE LIKE 2br/lba cable TV & phone incl, N/P. Ample Ave, City water 941-915-3299
w/private bath, resort style liv. house, P.Gorda. Oct. Nov. Refs. (217)-548-2261 8-5pm $52,000 941-764-0425 For Sale +/- 40 acre orange
incl. all util. Great location on Dec. $800/mo Jan, Feb, Mar. grove approx. 2 miles S. of
41. $200/wk. (941)-628-5278 $1100/mo + $500/dep. incl. 1500 LOTS & ACREAGE Attention Builders! Great Arcadia, FI bordering Airport s in E. Englewood. No
uti. (941)-423-0988 lot for model center Rd.$1 million. +/- 41 acre Lots E.Engewood.No
1370 RENTALS TO 2 Gulf Cove Lots. No (oversized corner lot oforange grove and house scrub jay, no flood zone.
1370 RENTALS TO Eng/Rotonda, 2/2 condo, fur- Scrub J. $58,000/ea. Barcelona & Price), city approx. 3 miles N. of Char- Near schools, shopping,
SHARE nished $2,200, unfurnished. Rotonda Heights Cul-de- water. $93,500. lotte Co line bordering Hwy beaches. Jon Bullock
$1,100 to. to mo. pool, 5 sac w/Water & Sewer. Call Melissa Cline 763 $820,000. CAPS, Inc. 941-815-8449
ARCADIA Looking for non min to water. Avail 10/1 (908) $65,000. Teny ng (941)586-2593 of Lic'd Real Estate Brokers. Gasparilla Properties

/ secm dep 863-990-5448 723323 941-475-1311 RE~ XBayBi Carll Burr Realty LLC. 863/326-1616 LOTS OF LOTS!
Iv mess.. Eng./Rotonda, 2/2/1, new i Ac. +/- OFF 17 N. ready for BEAUTIFUL building lot close FSBO 2.5 acres, corner lot, HOME OR INVEST IN YOUR
E ENGLEWOOD $450 m 4. + construction, 1st. fl condo, bldg. or MH 2 wells, power to beaches, boat docks & Charlotte Ranchettes, Punta FUTURE. CALL
/2 util. Ful accessto ouse, furnished $2200 unfurn pole, septic & drainfield. Murdock shopping. Located Gorda.180k. All offers con- GASPARLL PROPERTIES
$975 mo.tmpool, 5 min. $59.999. (863)-444-0235 4088 Conestoga St. Asking i d1 160 8 GASPARILL PROPERTIES
1/2 Direct TV, clean. Call Bill to water. (908) 472-3323 86 6 $5150. 13 sidered. (941Y628-8088.
@ (941Y544-0344 Iv msg 863444-0467 $51,500. (941)-628-3213 941-473-5444
HARBOUR OAKS, Estate MH lot Sunnybreeze, water
Engl/Lakefront Hm 2/1 GULF COVE, 5 AJOINING BEAUTIFUL CLEARED Multi size homesite. 27171 Har- lot Sunnybreeze, water
1390 VACATIONSEAS Furn W/D Incl until, cable LOTS, $75k ea. lot. Close to family lot in North Port. Zoned bor Approach Rd. Lots 4, 5 & Aberdeen, Pt Charlotte
RENTALS & local phone N.,-S. N.P boat ramp/park, nice trees, RMF2, 9,000 sq. ft. Santurce 6. $88,000. 941-626-2293 s 60,000, 9.66a Kings Hwy
$1,600, mo 941-468-3694 no scrub jays (941-661-7370 Ave. NOT in Scrub Jay Zone.
2/1 PGI CONDO, Turnkey, Furnished Homes & Condos, 12,000 SQ. FT. (2 LOTS) $57,500. obo. By Owner LAND WANTED: Developable $300,000 863/494-1021
ground floor., Furn., Dock & short term in town or on 120x100, Clare St. off (941)-223-9733 5 acres min. Agent Quick clos- Multi family lot in Placida RMF
pool, Min. 4 mos. NS NP Beach from $900/mo. Invest- Acline. Surveyed, water. ing possible. (239)-298-2170 15. 16,000.sqr.ft $140,000.
$1600. mo. (941)-764-1803 ment RIty (941)492-5050 $52,000. (941) 833-8910. 80 X 125 lot in area with lots 661-2444.
2/1 Seasonal Duplex, WMS. Gondola Park, 2/2/2, 3 mo. 12896 Foresman Blvd. Gulf of nice homes two blocks MULTI-FAMILY Lot RMF-10 E.
.Lovely, Clean, Nicely furn. min. $2,500/mo. Cove, 80' x 125' No Scrub from saltwater access Englewood 80x120. Rich
Available October-April (941)-485-1206 after 5PM Jays. $75,000. obo 407-325- homes. $55K 941-286-8834 McCraney, 941-468-5201.
S1. 100 mrr.:. Ii r 11. 661-5300 all amenities included 1446 Cbradvisorsllc@yahoo.com Prudential Village.


1500 LOTS & ACREAGE 1500 LOTS & ACREAGE 1500 LOTS & ACREAGE


N. Port 2 adjoining lots on
Greenbelt, 1 oversized corner
good road, no scrub jays,
$129,000/both (941)429-5333
N. Port Nice building lot, no
scrub jay zone, $49,900
Duke, Century 21 Aawards &
Assoc (941)276-2441
N. Port over 1/2 acre w/city
water, no scrub jay or flood zone
$149,900/pair Duke, Century 21
Aawards & Assoc (941)276-2441
N. Port Barry rd., 10,000sf,
$49,900 obo, Barnsdale cir.
11,994sf, $46,500 obo. Also
2 canal lots $75,000/ea obo
(941)-284-0247 .
New luxury home on your lot
from the $170,000's. See
our furnished model in Roton-
da Lakes. 941-697-4720.
www.newgenerationhompsfl.c
om
NO. PORT Nice oversized
corner lot in great location.
$54,900 Melissa Cline
(941)586-2593
Carll Burr Realty LLC.
NORTH PORT LOTS
46th A7th Additionn


to Port Charlotte. $48,700
Cash. 941-575-6492 Port Charlotte, residential, no
Scrub Jay, $45,000. Call Gary
North Port (2) lots side-by- Teeple, Berson Realty Group,
side for sale on New Milford (941) 661-4798
Street, call
(863) 634-3457 Pt Charlotte Ocala Citrus.
Lots. Also oversized and 1/2
NORTH PORT 4 LOTS Side by acre Estate Lots. Call for list.
Side, No scrub Jay, 888-345-1668. TCHT, R.E
$48,900/ea or together Call www.ereatfloridalots.com
for details 941-234-6556
PUNTA GORDA
NORTH PORT 5 Canal front PRESTIGIOUS HISTORIC
lots, 2 on Bendix, 2 on Ever- DISTRICT
glades, 1 on Snoover. Will sell 2 Family residential lot
One, 1st $70k gets choice, corner of Marion & Harvey,
941-408-1996 Evenings Last lot left! $600,000.
North Port, 5.25 acres, coun- (941)-639-4877
ty taxes, horses allowed, pri-
vate area, asking $289,000: RMF .15 multi-family, 1/2 +
Century 21 Aaward & Assoc. acre, Deep Creek, premium
(941) 625-6120 or (941)380- corner lot, next to GC, no
7963 ask for Wanda Davis scrub jay, $250K/ea. (561)-
202-5050
NORTH PORT, centrally locat-
ed, 80x125, excellent neigh- ROTONDA Meadows. Build
borhood. $64,900 (941)423- your dream home on this cul-
0452 de-sac lot. Rich McCraney,
941-468-5201. Prudential Vil-
NORTH PORT ESTATES lage.
Corner lot, plus add'l
lot, 23,000 sqft, S. Venice 80x100 buildable
$129,800. Many others lot, engineering complete, not
available @ in scrub jay zone, excellent
www.sel-fast.com Call location. Best offer over
941-475-8282- $85,000 (941)-441-5350
RList @3.5% Two beautiful lots side by
NORTH PORT, oversized lot,, side on Zoratoa near
near Cranberry Elementary, Schools, 1-75 and shop-
$57,500 By Owner. No ping. $60,000/each.
agents, pls. (941)-429-2020 (941)-426-1489 Fred
NORTH WEST CHARLOTTE Shute RE & Development,
2 JOINING LOTS Inc. CB-C058694
$45K & $52K ADVERTISE!
941-474-0015


North Port lots, From
$41,900. Shannon Moore,
Prudential VIg RIty 941-276-
8142
NP Area of Newer homes off
Ponce De Leon, 80 x 125,
$69,500 White Heron Realty,
Inc. (941)423-0233
Overside lot on Inverness &
Pt. Charlotte, city water &
sewer, cleared. $62,000,
(941)-629-2024
P.C 2 adj. Lots Elington st. A
convenient quiet area, close
to water / shopping 50k each
95k for both 570-758-3005.
Peace River Shores, 2 over-
sized lots, side by side, 1 RMF
$65,000 obo & 1 residential
$45,000 obo (941)628-1637
PORT CHARLOTTE, 2 adj. lots,
near Murdock Village. Scrub
Jay w/approved permit ready
to build. $50K for 1 or $100K
for both. (941)-624-5234

Port Charlotte, By Owner, 80
X 125, city water Grenada St.
close to everything, asking


Prudential Cascade Realty


Clyde Sander
.VH 809-6933








Janet Clarke
A/H 232-8003








Steve Coleman
A/H 80 -3608









Daiid Thelen
.VAH 586-3120


Gary Idliano
AMH 223-3141









Kalh) Wood
A/H 486-0400


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101 N. Tamiami Trail Nokomis, FL 34275

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

www.PrudentialCascade.com






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Approximately 100 acres of beautiful 6 UNSPOILED ACRES with 4500+
untouched pasture land waiting for 6 UNSPOILED ACRES with 4500
dividing. Lightly treed and suitable for sq: ft. custom home and unfinished
5 acre upscale ranchettes. It appears to guest apartment near 1-75 and BRAND NEW 2BR/2BA villa on
have over 400 ft of highway frontage Fruitville. Spacious 3BR/3.5BA home premium lakefront lot with open floor
for easy access. Priced to sell, with a grand atrium, fireplace and plan and loaded with upgrades. 55+
$2,500,000. #474031/277786 huge pool + spa. $800,000. #284115. community. $369,000. #282863 -


NE%\ER CONTEMPOR AR
HOME on SW joint of Shakett Island
overlooking water. Home is
immaculate with cathedral ceilings, a
gated private island on a quiet cul-de-
sac. $1,100,000. #488917.


LIVE IN THE CENTER of this
newly thriving cultural district! End
unit with greenbelt view, many trees,
very quiet, professionally decorated
with hardwood and ceramic flooring.
$189,900.


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BE LITIFLiLI' op.aepd.i 3BR 2B \
pool home on extra large corner lot.
Move in condition in Lake Sarasota.
Close to 1-75, shopping; beaches &
great schools. Home warranty
provided. $357,000. #283720.


INRnt.AK IaoL open & expansive
Bay views! Wonderfully updated w/
GE appliances, 16" tile floors thru-
out! Turtle beach across from condo
clubhouse, Glassed porch w/Murphy
Bed also serves as screened porch.
$499,000. #284560.


GREAT opportunity to own! Clean &
well-maintained concrete block 3
bedrooms, 2 baths home with newer
roof, AC, appliances & more. Separate
living/dining space with large family
room., $189,000. #284556.


P\LM \IRE c'.iremel el
maintained, light & bright 2/2 second
floor condo. Mirrored wall in living/
dining area & screened lanai. Golf
course community with clubhouse &
heated pool. $221,500. #284080.


LOVELY remodeled 3/2 home on 3/2 nearly new, light & bright with lots of
nice corner lot. Newer AC, drainfield, tile! Split plan, inside laundry near P.C.
kitchen, floors & baths. New hurricane Town Center in a quiet neighborhood.
rated garage door boat ramp Premier built home in 2003. Make this
community. $255,000. your home today! $249,900. #282089.


nriC-,sw..r .- cE3SIi oij
well maintained home with ramp &
handrails in 4 year old pool. Top
condition, newer roof, A/C, appliances
and more. A RARE find in a quiet area
near 1-75. $275,000. #283071


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2BR/2BA home with salt water pool..
Special UV filters on A/C. Central
water & sewer. Home has a water filter.
Lovingly landscaped yard with shed in
fenced back yard. $235,000. #280561.


SIES1A BEACH COUINDU With Ullt
views. Totally updated 2 bedroom, 2
bath second floor unit across from main
public beach. Features pool, carport,
elevator and lanai. $748,000. #284317.

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former model w/lots of upgrades-
wood burning fireplace, vaulted
ceilings & eat-in kitchen.. Newer
roof, AC, pool heater, & fresh paint.
40 ft lanai with beautiful pool, hot
tub & statues. $479,000. #283952.


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Greg Oberlander
A/H 468-1460


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3 bedroom, 2 bath pool home with
family room, new appliances, private
fenced yard. $425,000. #283574.


1344 SQ. FT nice manufactured home
on a large corner lot with 3BR/2BA;
large lanai, separate utility/workshop
room. Close to shops, dining and
medical 55+ community. $132,900.
#282309/485516.


QUIET CUL-DE-SAC wooded location
near downtown. 2 bedroom, 2 bath home
plus den/bonus room with workshop and
large lanai, carport and vaulted ceilings,
$238,000.



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Estate v Sarasota County
predavam od rokai 1974.
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kupe alebo predaji Real Estate,
prosim zavolajte na mobile
telefonne cislo 780-5723 alebo do
kancelarie 924-1156.


Nancy Josie
A/H 228-7670










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WATERFRONT LOTS
In North Port in good
locations.
Call Ruth McLaughlin at
Sarasota Realty Proper-
ties (941)-809-8325.

1515 WATERFRONT

2 Lots at 22079 Seyburn Ter
$149,900
3421 Montgomery Drive w/
garage $329,900
14149 Breezeway Avenue
$74,999
1577 Achilles Street
$109,900
Linda Crombie
RE/MAX Properties
(941) 473-8484
Lcrombiel@earthlink.net
Build your dream home
here. Desirable canal lot
on over 1/2 acre in beau-
tiful upcoming area of N.
Port on cul-de-sac. Hurry
quick! Won't Last! $175K
Call Melissa Cline
(941)586-2593
Carll Burr Realty LLC.
Canal front & River front lots
w/ harbor access. Great loca-
tions! Won't last long! Starting
at $200,000. Utopia Comm.
RIty. 941- 575-7111.
DEEP CREEK tip lot, lake view,
cleared. Prudential Viallage
RIty. Mary Woods, 941-270-
7733.
GULF ACCESS 10 000 SF
Pt Charlotte. South Gulf Cove
Applewhite Circle Lot 21
$279,900 (941)488-9390
Gulf Access/105' Wtrft
Cleared 13K sq.ft-$350K
Adj.crnr lot 13K sq ft.-$125K
1 fxd brdg to Myakka
1/2acre+ $450K for both
904-534-1155
LAKEFRONT Section 15,
cleared & filled, beautiful sun-
sets & water views. $115K
941-629-5576
MANASOTA KEY Ocean
views! 2/1 Turn-key. Exc.
Investment! Rich McCraney,
941-468-5201. Prudential Vil-
lage.
Manasota Key 1 AC +/- direct
Beachfront. Engineering in
progress and zoned for 5 to 6
condos, pool & clubhouse.
Also OK for private beach club.
$3,500,000. 941-474-6633
MUST SELL WATERFRONT
LOT,. 80' on Markham Wtrwy.
access to Myakka. $169,900
obo. (941)-628-3434
Priced to Sell! $485,000.
$15,000 below appraisal, 1
acre +/- on wtrway, dir. to
Myaaka (941)276-0516


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Friday, Sept. 9, 2005, Real Estate Classified


1515 WATERFRONT

P.G. Area: Double Lots in TG;
with 120 ft on a lovely lake
Partially cleared, $129,00C
for both. Call (941) 456-9223
or (941) 628-5030..
PEACE RIVER SHORES, 80'
125' Canal lot, overlooks Pre
serve. Minute to Peace River
$167,400. (9411-769-4237
PT. CHAR exceptional
canal lot on quiet cul-de-sac
street over 1/4 acre lot.
$145,900. Melissa Cline
(941)586-2593
Carll Burr Realty LLC.
Pt. Char SW Lots Starting
at $189,000.
www.sel-fast.com
Sel-Fast RE List @ 3.5%
(941)-475-8282


AOnjtAit
Aztec & Associates


SALTWATER LOTS
beginning at $179,900
& up
Contact John Sheridan
941- 766-8593

SAILBOAT CANAL, 5 minutes
to harbor, 235' seawall, city
water & sewer. Ready for your
home! $340K. 941-815-7215
South Gulf Cove, sea-
walled sailboat water lot
Close to Lock only
$425,000 Won't Last long!
Charity Cain-Kelly
941-716-0685
GASPARILLA PROPERTIES

1530 COMMERCIAL LOT

2 ADJACENT COMMERCIAL
LOTS in Englewood on access
road of Hwy. 776. For info.
please call (941)-429-1327

1600 BUSINESS FOR
SALE

Bring offers! Price Reduced!!
A unique old fashion rest. ice
cream parlor & gift shop in a
historic district, seats 49,
bright & airy, fun atmosphere,
draws repeat business. Plenty
of parking. $159,000 Mary-
beth Wilson, Preferred Prop.
Realtors.. (941M84-6279
New age-Exciting, unique bus.
Gifts, aromatherapy+++, well
establ multi locations, incl. inven-
tory, turnkey, $124,900 Mary-
beth Wilson, Preferred Prop.
Realtors.. (941)-484-6279
BUY/SELL/VALUATIONS
VR Business Brokers
Fort Myers, Naples
Port Charlotte
941-627-5565
www.vrfla.biz
CAR SHOP, Well established
cliental, lots of equipment.
Busy Murdock area. $45,000.
Serious inquires only. Call
941-391-1083
ENGLEWOOD RESTAURANT-
Turnkey, seats 120, parking,
Good location. $150k
Terms Available
Call 239-980-3505
FANTASTIC opportunity turn
key ice cream store in Punta
Gorda. All equipment & stock.
$17,000. (941)-575-6257 or
941- 204-0060
HAULING BUSINESS w/
new 2005 freight liner truck,
hook lift, 10 roll off contain-
ers, profitable business.
Call Mike @ 941-284-0352
OBEE'S home grown
established franchise. Great
opportunity to be your own
boss & set your own hours.
Family relocation forces sale.
Grosses $140k, sell for $50k.
Call after 2pm, (941) 815-
7536
PORT CHARLOTTE PIZZA shop
for sale. Motivated seller.
Bring offers. Contact Jim @
627-8145.
Tanning Salon & Spa for
sale. 11 private rooms,
totally 1,860sf, services
include tanning, airbrush
tanning, massage therapy,
manicures & pedicures.
Potential for Esthetician.
All contents included.
Located in an active strip
mall w/a client database
of 3,000. Contact Owner
at (941)380-9290
TAXI FRANCHISE Pt. Char,
Venice, Sarasota areas. $35K
+ inventory. Will train.
taxifranchise corn 239-826-7550


1600 BUSINESS FOR
SALE
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PROPERTY


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EMPLOYMENT

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


Tea Room, Quaint & unique, PORT CHARLOTTE 5 homes,
0 seats 16, busy shopping ctr., 3/2/2, fully rented. Nearly
3 Call for parties $79,900 Mary- new. Great area. Good ten-
beth Wilson, Preferred Prop. nants, great investment &
X Realtors.. (941)-484-6279 appreciation. $1,125,000.
- Turnkey Cash Sandal Business,Call(71558-6131
. Exclusive territory, includes size-
able inventory, Must sell[ Only 1620 COMMERJ/
$20k Marybeth Wilson, Preferred INDUST. PROP.
Prop. Realtors. (941)484-6279
VENICE CABINET SHOP, must 15000 sqft bldg commer-
seNllE. Owner moving out o cial 1.3 AC, $1,500,000
area. $10,000 obo. J.H. Thompson Properties
(9411-488-0300 941-474-7447
WALLPAPER SHOP FOR 173 West Fray Street Ware-
SALE. Only one in Port Char- house Zoned CG $199,900
lotte. Same place for 6 years. LindRE/MAX Prombpertie
Very busy strip. Excellent RE/MAX Properties
repeat business. Great (941) 473-8484
income! Extra income from Lcrombiel@earthlink.net
bricka-bracks. Lease renew- 20 ACRE TREE FARM,
able and reasonable. Retiring Bermont Rd., Punta Gorda.
due to health. Business & $500,000. Inquire at
stock only. 941-743-7210 www.buymyranchette.com
evenings
NEW FLEX SPACE FOR SALE
GREAT LOCATIONS BY 175
1610 BUSINESS SARASOTA & VENICE
RENTALS FREE LAPTOP W/CONTRACT
(941) 486-4264 CALL NOW
1447sf of Prof/office space CG BUILDING 4644 SQFT
w/great layout. Conveniently ST RD 776 $895,0004
Located Off Venice Island @ J.H Thompson Properties
New S. Bridge 9414964533 J.H. Thompson Pperties
or 232-9939. Avail 10/05 941-474-7447
2400 SF, 1/2 office, 1/2 CORNER OF MARION
warehouse, overhead door, in AND US 41 SOUTH.
Charlotte Harbor. $1700/mo. Excellent high traffic count
(941)-639-7532 corner in Historic Punta
Gorda. 2 buildings (4,400
3000-14,000 SF. sf under air) plus 15,000
WAREHOUSE/ INDUSTRIAL sf. land. $1,500,000.
SPACE AVAILABLE
Great location! COMMERCIAL GENERAL
Call Albert (941)-628-2883 BUILDING LOT in
850 SF, 2nd floor office w/ rapidly developing north
large reception area and 2 pri- Port Charlotte. City water,
vate rooms. Avail. 3rd. week 1 block from US 41. Priced
in Sept. 18260 Paulson to sell.
Drive. Port Charlotte. Call Ray Jeries
$850/mo. 941-769-9339. (941)-391-1301
Commercial Office Space, ERA Randol Realty, Inc.
$850/mo., triple net for 800 (941)-625-1814
sq. ft. Located in After Hours
Collingswood Professional (941)-626-3620
Center, Call (941)-627-2123 (941)-391-1301
ext. 109
N. Port Woodhaven Greens
ON THE ISLAND OF VENICE Medical & Insurance busn sites
Retail Space $595 Retail park. Pre-planning &
Prime area. design (941 -5969
941-483-3418 design (941-425969
Office/Professional Space.
MEDICAL SPACE!! Up to 2400 SF, in Punta
MOVE IN NOW!! Gorda. Easy access & park-
1,500 SF., 1,800 SF. ing. (218)-310-2200
3,500 SF.
Ron Struthers, PA, CCIM Punta Gorda commercial
RE/MAX Properties 1/4 acre lot on Marion.
(941) 769-3316 Great Street, $399, 000.
Call Lisa Hamlin, Realty
OFFICE SUITE, 10x12, Executive Quest, (941)-575-1717
Center Facilities. Includes elec.,
water, basic cable. $365/mo. PUNTA GORDA FL STREET
Marybeth Wilson, Preferred Prop. Warehouse w/ AC, office,
Realtors. (941)484-6279 Bath, & 12x12 dr, 1200sf,
$750/per mo; or 800sqft @
OFFICE SUITES $550/per mo. No automotive
Centrally located between 941-371-6520
Sarasota & Venice. 240sf,
facilities include full bath, elec, REDUCED! Retail bldg. w/ 2nd
wtr & cable. $510/mo. story renovated apt. Located
941-966-2121 ext. 301 in P.G. City Center Dist. Cor-
ner location, visibility & foot
Office/Professional Space. traffic. $849,000. Utopia
Up to 2400 SF, in Punta Comm. RIty. 941-815-0711
Gorda. Easy access & park-
ing. (218)-310-2200 Showroom/Warehouse/Retail
1,600sf, Condo on 41. Rare
OFFICE/WAREHOUSE oppty, zoned Cl. No maint fee.
Venice area, 3,000 SF, large Only $199,900 Marybeth Wil-
offices. Overhead door, ample son, Preferred Prop. Realtors..
parking. (941)468-2834 (941)-484-6279

EXECUTIVE OFFICE SUITES 1640 WAREHOUSE
Receptionist, all until & STORAGE
& other support sv,-s
Omni Executive Center 1200 2400 or 3600 SF
4055 TAMIAMI TRAIL units, overhead doors, in
Across From Bob Evans Charlotte Harbor. $850 per
Call Mati or Jan 1200 SF. (941)-639-7532
*627-9755* 3000-14,000 SF.
WAREHOUSE/ INDUSTRIAL
SEABOARD OFFICE PARK SPACE AVAILABLE
Small & Large offices Great location!
available for immed. occu- Call Albert (941)-628-2883
pancy in prime location.
STORAGE & WAREHOUSE 3100-6100 SQ FT OF
Space also avail. NEW WAREHOUSE with
941-488-6666 office space, 4 roll-up
doors, located in Morris
Industrial Park, Englewood.
VENICE AVENUE 941-266-9474
RETAIL OR OFFICE USE.
750sf, new paint & carpet ENGLEWOOD WAREHOUSE
$750/mo. (941)497-0775 space, 1250 sq. ft. w/12' roll
up door. Zoned Cl. $700/mo.
VENICE FOR SALE (561)-271-7690
OFFICE/WAREHOUSE
OFFICEWAREHOUSPACE Showroom/Warehouse/Retail
Pre construction pricing. 1,600sf, Condo on 41: Rare
941-485-1119 oppty, zoned ClI. No maint fee.
Only $199,900 Marybeth Wil-
son, Preferred Prop. Realtors..
OFFICEV HOUSE (941)484-6279

1250(94F1)-485-$950/M Advertise Today!


2005 SERVICES 2010 PROFESSIONAL


ENGLEWOOD SUN
NOW INTERVIEWING
QUALITY
INDIVIDUALS
FOR CONTRACTED
CARRIER POSITIONS
El Jobean, Gulf Cove,
Gardens of Gulf Cove,
Englewood East, Rotonda,
Placida & surrounding
areas.
Excellent opportunity
for service minded
individuals.

Interested parties may
call Steve at
941- 681-3000
ext. 227 or apply in
person at
167 W. Dearborn St.
for very
profitable opportunity.

Must be 18 or older,
have valid FL Drivers'
License, proof of valid
insurance, & reliable
transportation.




Looking for
Additional Income?
Interviewing service-
oriented candidates for
newspaper delivery routes
for The Englewood Sun.

Many opportunities available
for the right people,
including monthly bonuses,
unlimited earning potential
and early morning hours,
leaving your days free!

Interested parties may
Contact Steve in
Circulation at 681-3000
ext. 227 or apply in person
at: 167 W. Dearborn St.
Local Pool Service looking for
P/T help. Must have clean
driver's lic. Call Howie. Dixie
Pools 473-0112. Leave msg
WE WILL SHOW YOU HOW
TO GET A RAISE WITHOUT
INVOLVING YOUR BOSS!

Morning Newspaper Route
Delivery.

Pay off those lingering bills.

Earn $750-$1600 per month
& keep your present job!

Earn a bonus for exemplary
service.

No collections involved!

If you're an early riser, why
not get paid for it?

Experience is preferred,
but we will train the right
people.

The Englewood
Sun.
Call Steve in Circulation at
681-3000 ext. 227

2010 PROFESSIONAL

9/09/2005
ACCOUNTING: BUSY PUNTA
GORDA OFFICE SEEKS SELF-


EST. SALON seeking positive
self motivated tstylists. 1st
mo. rent free to coordinate
client base or commission.
Client base established.
(941)-766-0111
EXPERIENCED TITLE
CLOSER/PROCESSOR
Needed for busy Port Char-
lotte Title office. Must be ener-
getic and outgoing, computer
and organizational skills a
must. Please fax resume to
941-629-4825.
Great Career Opportunities
for estheticians, hair styl-
ists & nail techs. Call 743-
0140.
Great Opportunity. Opening
Financial Office soon & look-
ing to train nice out-going
person for part time. Flex.
hrs.Call Justin (972) 204
1694 justin gerow@yahoo.com
HAIR STYLIST'S
Busy salon in Great Venice
location. Commission
941-460-0159
.A Clips Hair Studio now look-
ing for exp. HAIR STYLISTS.
Booth rental or percentage.
Nokomis area (941)-484-8483
Hairstylist's needed. Call
Nancy at Scruples Nails
and Hair 629-9686.
Legal secretary for estate
planning attorney in Punta
Gorda law firm. Excellent orga-
nizational, telephone, proof-
reading and typing skills
required. Experience pre-
ferred. Contact Ms. Webb at
639-1158 for more informa-
tion.

PHOTOGRAPHER
FREELANCE/STRINGER
Looking for Photographer
w/ High End Digital
Equipment to do photo
shoots. Mostly in DeSoto
area, Inquiries, Call
Paul Schmidt or e-mail
schmidt@sun-herald.com
941-206-1153.

PRESCHOOL Teacher & Aide
needed for Tot center in Pt.
Charlotte. Great environment
& benefits. EDE Call today
(941)-624-6082
REAL ESTATE APPRAISER
Experienced only.
For immediate opening.
941-830-0404

RECRUITER

Charlotte Regional Medical
Center, located in Punta
Gorda, is currently seeking a
self-starting Recruiter with a
solid healthcare background.
In addition to outstanding
interpersonal, communication
and multi-tasking skills, a
Bachelor's degree is pre-
ferred. Knowledge of the
Southwest Florida market
area is essential.

For fastest consideration,
please apply on-line at
www.charlotteregional.com.
Or respond to: Human
Resources, 809 E. Marion
Avenue, Punta Gorda, FL
33950; phone (800) 677-
3132, ext. 2552; fax (941)
637-2469.


SUNAf"-


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


2005 SERVICES

ADDITIONAL
INCOME
NEEDED?

EARN $800-$1600 A MO.

(DEPENDING ON ROUTE
AVAILABILITY)

EARLY MORNING
DELIVERY FOR
THE ENGLEWOOD SUN

Are you available from 2:00
a.m until 6:00 a.m. seven
days a week?

Are you a very conscientious
service-oriented individual?

Are you an early riser? Why
not get paid for it?

No collections involved.

See the kids off to school,
and be there when they get
home.

Earn up to $175 in monthly
bonuses for providing
outstanding delivery service.

You need a reliable vehicle,
valid Florida drivers lic., and a
Social Security card.

Routes potentially available
for the right people in Gulf
Cove, Gardens of Gulf Cove,
Englewood East, Rotonda,
Placida & surrounding areas.

For consideration call Steve
in Circulation at
The Englewood Sun
(941) 681-3000 ext. 227

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


AUTOMOTIVE
FINANCE HELP
NEEDED



AUTOMALL in
Punta Gorda is very busy
and has an immediate
opening for an
Automotive Finance
,Manager.
We need a committed
professional person
with experience
to go to the TOP!
TOP COMMI$$ION!
GREAT BENEFITS!
PLUS we are
closed on Sunday!
Contact Todd Sufferling
at 941-639-1155
DFWP/EOE

Englewood Title Co. needs
licensed title agent for closing
& escrow. Great working envi-
ronment. 1- (888) 548-7452
lClassified = Resultsl


Sh altte Riona

Spanish to English tutor need-
ed, 2 nights a week. Appply in
person @ 17500 Seymour
Ave. Port Charlotte, (941)-
624-6853
STYLIST NEEDED for busy
salon, we're turning away walkV
ins. Ask for Jan, 941-637-
3839




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Use the Handy Q In Our New

Improved Garage Sale Ads To

Mark The Locations You Want

To Check Out For Great Bar-

gains,


2010 PROFESSIONAL

STRUCTURAL
ENGINEERING
TECH
with strong background in
custom residential/com-
mercial design/drafting.
Minimum of 3 years expe-
rience required, and profi-
cient in AutoCADD.

AND

UTILITY
ENGINEER
(WATER/SEWER)
FLORIDA CIVIL P.E. OR
ENGINEERING DESIGN
TECH INTERN:
with design of under-
ground utility collection
and distribution systems.
Experience in roadway
design and site develop-
ment helpful. Minimum of
2 years exp preferred.

Excellent work environ-
ment & benefit package.
Fax resumes with experi-
ence to 941-474-4285
Giffels Webster
Engineers, Inc.
900 Pine Street, Suite
225, Englewood FL
34223

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


2015 BANKING

Asst. Branch Manager
Growing fast paced Credit
Union in P.T Charlotte has
opening. Loan processing and
supervisory experience
desired. Good benefits &
salary. Contact Dianne Yeat-
man at 627-3428 or fax
resume to 627-2220

2016 FINANCIAL

Admin.Asst. FT for Financial
Services Rep in Punta Gorda.
Exp., prof., multi-task indiv.
w/great organize. skills. Fast-
paced-clerical/service. Word,
Excel, FL 218 req.: Series 6/7
a+ Fax 941-833-9336
Licensed Mortgage Broker.
3 years minimum experience.
Offer full benefits. Medical,
Dental & rhatching 401K. Fax
resume to (941)493-4999.
Local Mortgage Lender hiring
LOAN ORIGINATORS, expe-
rienced LOAN OFFICES &
PROCESSORS. Please fax
resume to: 941-205-5366.


2020 CLERICAL/OFFICE

ACCOUNTING ASSISTANT
MANAGER Reconcile/
maintain G/L and sub-
sidiary ledgers, journal
entire & month end clos-
ings. Accounting, comput-
er spreadsheet & word
processing experience a
must. Fax resume to
941-488-4963
Drug Free Workplace.


2020 CLERICAL/OFFICE

Administrative Assistant
for Safety/Human
Resources. Must be bilin-
gual in English & Spanish.
Fax resume to Advanced
Masonry Systems
(941)-926-4804 or email
to: info@advmasonry.com
DFWP/EOE
ASSISTANT WANTED
Young & energetic. Good
communication a must.
Flexible hours. Clerical &
computer a must. Willing
to learn Real Estate
Investing. PIs fax resume
to: (941)- 627-0656
BOOKKEEPER, EXPERIENCED
MUST HAVE QUICKBOOKS,
COMPUTERS SKILLS. FOR
30-35 HOURS A WEEK FOR
FABRICATION SHOP. PLEASE
SEND RESUME TO
BOX 1035,
167 W. DEARBORN AVE.
ENGLEWOOD, FL 34223
CONCRETE SCHEDULER -
computer experience a
must. Bilingual necessary.
Starting $11/hr for quali-
fied person. Drug Free
Workplace. 1-800-656-8018
CUSTOMER RELATIONS /
PRODUCT SELECTION
SPECIALIST.
Fast-paced Englewood home
builder seeking experienced
individual. Computer literate,
good communication skills.
Construction knowledge pre-
ferred. Competitive salary
and benefits! Fax resume to
941-474-5451


Full service. Big savings.

The ex erts next door...


home with arage. Spacious living, dining &
separate family room wood floors, updates &
more. $173,900.


S 502 LEDARWOOD LANE VENICE LAKE
S OF THE WOODS POOL HOME. Spacious
S 3BR, 2BA pool home with loads of extras. onral i
Living, dining & large family room. Vaulted ceilings,
clerestory windows, super price. $415,000.


v BAY 19 4 mVnAIC PnALMS Li new Lovely
f course 2BR + den, 2BA, 2CG with all the
n active upgrades in maintenance free Venice Palms.
lots of Extra large -screened lanai with hot tub -
Great home for entertaining! $424,900.


bed, I bath with loads of new and priced to I l :i-.::n. ie r.. ... ."- p_. |.
sell quickly. Over 1000 sq. ft. of living area. ,'m', *: ,., -- : ,, -.:
Take a loo! $210,000. ,**' Vun .t O.


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th loads of upgrades. Approximate 815 WEXFORD BLVD. Updated, brightand
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HALKETT TERRACE Nice
80'X120' building lot in quiet North Port
developing area. Near everything. Look
for sign. $42,000.

Mi.ke': .. .. .





1255 TARPON CENTER DR. #411 -
Turnkey furnished, 2BR, 2BA San Marco
condominium overlooking the Gulf Ready
to move in Lots of updates. $599,000.


- Move right in t ,, I, : ., .: i lal, .;.,,
3BR, 2BA paired 1 1.-. .r. .F .." ..... ,
upgrades. $349,900.







VENICE Great building lot and ready to
build. Cleared. 80'X10' in South Venice.
Feasibility done. Next door to 1188 Indus
Road. $91,000.


Paying Hefty Commissions' Low Set Fee Save T housands

Help-U-Sell Realty Options 483-3810
Each Office Independently Owned and Operated


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DeSoto BOCC is seeking
qualified applicants for the
following position:
Admin. Clerk. Starting at
$8.53/ hr. Performs special-
ized emergency management
program activities & clerical
work in office management.
High school diploma/ G.E.D.
w/, 3 yrs. experience in
admire./ office management/
or planning. Valid FL License.
(Equal Employment Oppor-
tunity and Drug-Free Work
Place)
For more info contact
Human Resources at 863-
993-4808.
Experienced Bookkeeper for
excavating company. Quick-
books experience required.
Strong billing knowledge a
plus. Fax resume & salary
requirements to : (863) 494-
6030
FT ADMIN. ASST. for our Sales
Manager. Must have a strong
admin. background, be profi-
cient in Microsoft Word &
Excel, extremely dependable
and well organized. Great ben-
efits! Fax resume to (941)
883-5834 or e-mail to
sandym@ffel.net
Full Time Office position for
North Port production
builder. Permiting experi-
ence preferred. Benefits
package. Fax resume to
(941)-423-9759.
LEASING PERSON
For Large Apt. Complex
Live onsite available. PT
leading to FT in future.
Apply at:
Toledo Club Apartments,
3500 Island Club Drive
North Port, FL 34288
Legal secretary for estate
planning attorney in Punta
Gorda law firm. Excellent orga-
nizational, telephone, proof-
reading and typing skills
required. Experience pre-
ferred. Contact Ms. Webb at
639-1158 for more informa-
tion.

PART OR FULL TIME
GENERAL OFFICE DUTIES.
Type 25-40WPM $10+/hr.
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for fast paced real estate
company in Port Charlotte.
Outstanding organizational
and multi-tasking skills is
needed to help support a
marketing team. Candidates
considering this position
must possess considerable
customer service experi-
ence, a friendly, profession-
al phone presence, and a
propensity for sound deci-
sions and problem-solving.
This position demands an
individual that enjoys diversi-
ty in their job responsibili-
ties. Ideally candidates
should be open to change,
relish a fast-paced work
environment, and take on
challenges with a "can-do"
attitude. This is a position
that is highly relied upon for
their support and input.
Therefore, it requires an
innovative individual with
exceptional time manage-
ment and project manage-
ment skills. Candidates
must also be self-motivated
with a practical and efficient
approach to their job
responsibilities. Verbal and
written communication skills
are also extremely impor-
tant competencies required
for the position.

Computer knowledge in
Microsoft's Office, Quark
Express and Photoshop a
plus. Send resume and
salary requirements to:
mktg@sunstarrealtv.com

PT Office Assistant Wanted.
25-30 hrs/wk. Energetic per-
son w/computer exp. and
great phone skills. Fully paid
benefits pkg. after 1 yr. Fax
resume to (941) 639-4180
RECEPTION/OFFICE ASSIS-
TANT, Englewood Real Estate
Office. Fax resume to: (941)-
697-3953 or call Remax Gulf
Coast (941-697-2521
RECEPTIONIST F/T, Word,
Xcel & telephone skills
required. Fax resume to 941-
743-9649.
RECEPTIONIST
Mon-Thru 8-5pm.
$7.50/start
Call Kerri (941)-625-0623
RECEPTIONIST/DATA
ENTRY, Full Time. Experience
a must with Word Perfect &
Excel. Excellent Benefits.
Drug-Free Workplace. Start
immediately. Call 941-637-
8488

Classified = Sales


RECEPTIONIST/OFFICE
F/T mature person,
0 hr wk THURS-MON 8-5.
Apply@Gasparilla
arina, 15001 Gasparill
Rd, Placida

RECEPTIONIST/OFFICE.
F/T mature person, 40 hr
wk THURS-MON 8-5.
APPLE" 15001 PLACIDA RD.
PLACIDA FL
Sales Admin needed for
DiVosta Homes in Sarasota.
Answer phone, greet cus-
tomers, & data entry.
Must have MS Word,
Excel, email skills, be
customer focused, &
detailed. FT $12/hr +
benefits, all positions
must work weekends,
days off during the week.
PT available for week-
ends only, no benefits.
Fax resume:
941-926-1653 EOE


Secretary experienced with
construction knowledge.
Quickbooks Pro capability &
941 Payroll. Apply in person:
4288 Pinnacle St. PC, (941)-
625-4564
SECRETARY Full Time at
busy Real Estate Appraisers
office. Excellent typing skills,
answer phones, general office
duties. Please fax resume to
(941) 205-2035
SECRETARY/RECEPTIONIST
Venice office. F/T MS Word,
multi-line phones, office
equip., no benefits. Fax
resume to 941-488-1811
Weekend Real Estate Recep-
tionist needed for busy office.
Please contact Mary/Melody
(941) 639-3200

2025 COMPUTER

A local company is seeking a
self motivated individual to
support the IT manager in the
daily functions of the network
and helpdesk. Comprehensive
knowledge of 2000/2003
Active Directory is a must.
Knowledge of Cisco and fire-
wall equipment is a plus.
Qualified applicants can fax
their resume to 941-743-
3295 or email to
.careers@bondedbuilders.com

2030 MEDICAL


2 WEEK CNA TRAINING
$300/incl. book
Quality Healthcare
Pt Charlotte 941-625-8933


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LPN OR RN
CHARGE NURSE
11PM-7:30AM

LPN or RN for this position
with 3 years minimum
experience working in a
supervisory capacity.
Great starting pay, bene-
fits start immediately.
Work in this retirement
community 60 bed SNF
Apply at:
VILLAGE ON THE ISLE
930 S. TAMIAMI TRAIL
Venice FL 34285 OR
CALL 485-5471 FOR APPT
EOE D/F/W/P

A growing family practice in
need of a Phone Operator,
Check-Out Person & Med-
ical Assistant. Medical expe-
rience needed. Please fax
resume to (941) 575-1383
A NURSING CNA, RMA,
LPN, Full Time. Medical office
experience necessary. Sign-
ing bonus. Fax resume to
(941) 575-9364 or call (941)
575-3529
BILLING SPECIALIST full time
position available with bene-
fits. Medical Manager plus
Billing/Coding experience a
must. Please fax resume to
941-625-2751 or mail to
2525 Harbor Blvd. Suite 102,
Port Charlotte, FL 33952.



CAREGIVER Immed.
opening. F/r, P/T, exp'd.
Will train. 941-628-9030

CAREGIVER P/T
First aid & CPR req. Tues,
Wed, Fri. 2:30-10:30pm
(941)-484-1222
CAREGIVERS needed for
Venice & Engl area. Weekends
are a must. Call M-F
8am-5pm, (941)-480-9191
CLINICAL ASSISTANT need-
ed for growing practice look-
ing to increase clinical staff.
Applicant will work directly
with physician. Medical knowl-
edge is necessary. Must have
computer, phone & people
skills. Ability to multi task.
Must have experience. Excel-
lent working environment. Fax
resume to (941)-629-6415


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CNA'S
FT & POOL 3-11
skilled & compas-
sonate CNA's for
120 bed skilled nurs-
ing facility.
Great benefits.

Apply in person
Englewood
Healthcare
1111 Drury Ln.
Englewood, FL 34224
or call
941-474-9371

Come Join our
Special Team!
L.PN-Part Time
Tue / Wed only
Pain management office
Fax Resume 941-629-6993




Alterra
STERLING HOUSE

Cook Full Time
(30 Hours)
Prepares and cooks resi-
dents meals and maintains
kitchen cleanliness. High
school diploma plus one to
three years experience
required. We offer competi-
tive salary and benefits.
Apply in person to: Alter-
ra Sterling House of Pt.
Charlotte, 18440 Toledo
Blade Blvd. EOE
M/F/D/V

DENTAL ASSISTANT for
family practice on Island of
Venice. Exp. pref, but will
train motivated individual.
Call (941)-488-1459 or fax
resume (941)488-0521.
DENTAL ASSISTANT,
FT, Immediate, Prestigious
Island of Venice office.
Fax 484-8851 or call
(941)484-3551
Dental new Patient Coordi-
nator. We are looking for
someone to assure that each
new patient will have a posi-
tive experience. Clinical knowl-
edge required. Call Dr.
Munholand at (941) 624-4000
DIETARY AIDE, FT: for 180
bed SNF. Apply in person at
Charlotte Harbor Healthcare,
4000 Kings Highway, Char-
lotte Harbor. EOE Drug Free
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DIETARY AIDE
& Cooks
Englewood Health Care is
seeking energetic team
players for our dietary
dept. flexible hours.
Please apply in person
Englewood
Health & Rehab
1111 Drury Lane
Englewood 34224

FLU NURSES NEEDED. Call
Maxim today. (239)-931-6777
RN, LPN, CNA Homecare posi-
tions available now!
FRONT DESK, EXPERIENCED
CHECKOUT PERSON
for a busy doctors office.
Misys experience preferred.
Excellent salary and benefits.
Fax resume to:941-575-6357
or e-mail to:
nickelson@comcast.net
FRONT DESK, Full Time,
Scheduler. Orthopedic Office.
Must have computer, phone &
people skills. Ability to multi-
task. Experienced preferred
or will train. Excellent working
environment. Fax resume to:
(941) 629-6415


FULL TIME Receptionist
needed for surgical prac-
tice in Venice. Medical
office exp. necessary.
Responsible for answering
phones, appointment
scheduling, & physician /
patient contact. Medical
Manager exp. preferred.
Resume to: PO Box 3130,
Ocala, FL 34478 or FAX to
Attn. Asst. Director,
(352)867-1053
HOUSEKEEPING/LAUNDRY
FT 3-11, HOUSEKEEPING
7-3 FT for 180 bed SNF.
Apply in person at Charlotte
Harbor Healthcare, 4000
Kings Highway, Charlotte Har-
bor. EOE/Drug Free Work-
place.
Independent Pharmacist.
PT w/flexible hours. On
the Island of Venice.
Call (941)468-4475

LPN Thurs. & Fri. and
every other weekend, 28-43
hrs. Assisted Living Facility.
For more information,
Punta Gorda Elderly Care
Center, 2295 Shreve St.
P.G. (941)-575-9390

LPN needed for pediatric
office. FT position. FL lic


FT N active. Spanish speaking pre-
FT C.N.i'is erred, not a must. Fax
2:00 10:30pm resume 941-625-4600 or
766-1553
This beautiful ALF is seeking
individual to join their NURSES + PT NEEDED
team. We offer premium HOME HEALTHCARE
pay, medical & dental Ins., EXPERIENCE
Retirement Savings Plan Psych, LPN, RN, PT, PTA
and work in pleasant sur- Arcadia + Pt. Charlotte
roundings where you can Areas
make a difference. Family Home Health
ALF Medication Assistance Services, LLC
Certification is a plus. Employment8a@fhhs.us
Apply in person to:
VILLAGE ON THE ISLE Office Nurse- FT.
MARK MANOR LPN/MA/CMA. Office experi-
930 Tamiami Trail ence required. Excellent work-
Venice, FL ing environment, competitive
Or call 486-5462 to pay and benefits. Send
resume to Glenda at 19531
make an appt. Toledo Blade Blvd., PC 33948

EOE Drug Free Workplace or fax to 941-766-7999 DFWP
OPHTHALMIC Technician, F/T,
exp preferred for small spe-
FT, Caring, dependable individ- cialty practice in Sarasota.
uals wanted for caring for (941)-952-0703
elderly- Night/Day Position.
Will train, Housekeeping also RECEPTIONIST/TECHNICIAN,
available. (941)-575-9390, fulltime for Englewood Optom-
2295 Shreve Street, P.G. etry Practice, Fax resume to:
941-475-2066
Full Time Dental Assistant Mon Research Coordinator
- Thurs. Full Benefits and Research NCoordinator
Bonus please fax resume to needed for Neurostudies Inc.,
575-6380 both office & hospital based.
Qualifications: Florida License
and strong clinical skills
ARE YOU ONLINE? required. If you are a team
INCREASE YOUR player, flexible, detail oriented
EXPOSURE! and have above average com-
Add your internet address munication skills, please send
to your ad for a little extra! your resume to: (941) 764-
6494 Attn: Rose


REGISTERED NURSE
RN needed for per diem
position in Ophthalmology
Surgical Center. No nights
or weekends! Duties include
OR Circulating and Pre-
op/Post-op patient care.
Individuals should apply in
person at: 21275 Olean
Blvd., Port Charlotte, FL or
email resume to:
cechr@earthlink.net

Resident Care Aides
NO experience necessary
Arcadia Oaks ALF
1013 E. Gibson St.
Arcadia, Fl 34266
863-993-9760
RN Immediate Pt/Full time
Mon.-Fri. Fast paced cardiolo-
gy office looking for depend-
able, pleasant, patient orient-
ed team player. Critcal care
exp. a _+. Mny diversified
nursing duties, great benefits.
Fax resume to Julie at (941)
764-1657

RN
LPN
CNA
Sign on bonus for FT!
All shfits Full & Part Time
Call or apply in person::
Quality Healthcare Ctr,
6940 Pan American Dr.
North Port
(941)-426-8411

RN
Top notch, energetic RN
needed for a challang-
ing Full Time position in
busy physician office.
Full benefit package no
nights and no week-
ends. Fax resume 629-
7729.

RN/LPN FT 11-7 for 180
bed SNF. Apply in person at
Charlotte Harbor Healthcare,
4000 Kings Highway, Char-
lotte Harbor. or fax resume to
941-255-9006. EOE/Drug
Free Workplace.

RN/APN
WEEKENDS ONLY
7-3 & 3-11
Call or apply in person::
Quality Healthcare Ctr,
6940 Pan American Dr.
North Port
(941)-426-8411

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Skilled Nursing
Facility

RN/L.PN
11pm 7am

RN/LPN
Part Time
3pm-llpm
Days

Benefits Package
Available
Fax resume to:
(941) 625-9525
or call Nursing
Administration at:
(941) 625-1220


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llealth Center

Or Apply in person
23013 Westchester
Blvd. Pt. Charlotte

X-Ray and /or Ultrasound Tech
needed. Echo's a plus. Please
fax resume to 941-575-9159

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Englewood (941) 473-2626
Sarasota (941) 924-1001
BARTENDERS, part time,
day & night shifts available.
Apply in person, Mon. Fri.
9am-llam. Willies 4095 Tami-
ami Trail, Pt. Charlotte. No
phone calls please
BAKERY HELP needed at
local bakery. No experience
necessary, will train. Please
apply in person: 5275 Duncan
Rd., Punta Gorda, FL. For
more info. call 941-575-8003


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BARTENDER PT fo local non-
profit, fraternal organization.
for info call 941-426-7010
9-12 noon, Mon-Fri.
Best Western & Benedetto's
Steak house now Hiring
Assistant Managers
Kitchen Managers, Front
Desk Manager, Banquel
Manager, Sales Manager,
Servers, Bartenders &
Housekeeping (813) 205
2903
BOCA BAY PASS CLUB on
Boca Grande is accepting
applications for Sous
Chefs, Line cooks, Dish-
washers & Waitstaff for
season opening in October.
We offer exc. wages, meals
and bridge toll reimburse-
ment, along with a great work
environment! Please call
(941-964-0769 for more info
and directions.
or Fax resume to
941-964-2997
habla espanol EOE DFWP
ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS
FOR ALL POSITIONS. Apply in
person: Nav-a-gator Grill, just
off Kings Hwy. 627-3474.
COOKS- now hiring. FT/ PT,
flexible hours. Cracker Barrel
Country Store, 800 Kings
Highway. 941-624-4994
VOUNTER/KJTCHEN
HELP NEEDED!
Apply in person only
Presseller Delicatessen
209 W Olympia Ave.
Downtown Punta Gorda
COUNTER/GRILLE COOK.
Apply in person only Philli's
Cheese Steak, 3031 Placida
Rd. Englewood

DAYS INN
PROFESSIONAL -
HOUSEKEEPERS
FT/PT MAINTENANCE
Apply in person:
1941 Tamiami Trail P.C.

HAMPTON INN
BREAKFAST HOST
/HOSTESS
Apply in person:
24480 Sandhill Blvd. P.C.
DISHWASHERS now hiring.
FT/PT, flexible hours. Crack-
er Barrel Country Store, 800
Kings Hwy. 941-624-4994 .
EXPERIENCED COOK &
KITCHEN STAFF NEEDED
Good hours & pay. visit:
www.oiesandolates.com
Apply in person, M-F 8 11 or
2 -5 pm, Pies & Plates, 2310
Tamiami Tr. Suite 3117, Punta
Gorda. A Drug-free Workplace

FULL/PART TIME
HOUSEKEEPERS. &
INSPECTOR wanted
Good Pay ','e3r round,
DO, intOriis L al lanI.e 'or
Aprl., )t
PALM ISLAND RESORT
7075 PLACIDA, #101
CAPE HAZE, 697-0911

Golf Cart Barn
Attendant

For The Oaks
Club, Sarasota's
premier private
country club.
Outside services.

Experience preferred,
but not required.
Retiree's welcome!
FT/PT. Excellent
benefits for FT.

Call Mike at
966-2191

EOE/Drug Free
Workplace

HOST/HOSTESS now hiring.
FT/ PT, flexible hours. Crack-
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Kings Hwy. 941-624-4994


2040 RESTAURANT/
HOTEL

HOST/HOSTESS
Would you like a 4-day
work week? F/T 11:30-8PM
Fri-Mon. Working at
Bay Village of Sarasota, Inc.
' Voted "Sarasota's Best
, Retirement Community"
' *Great Benefits
SePaid Vacation
o Pay for experience
Come join our team,
8400 Vamo Rd. Sarasota
966-5611
24 hr. jobline 966-8139
Drug-Free Workplace
HOUSEKEEPING,
FRONT DESK FT/PT
WILL TRAIN!
Retiree's welcome!
Apply within 14000 S. Tamia-
mi Tr. No. Port. contact Ila
LINE COOK -
EXPERIENCED
NEEDED ASAP.
APPLY WITHIN: STUMP
PASS, 260 MARYLAND
AVE, ENGLEWOOD
MONTY'S RESTAURANT
accepting applications for
ALL POSITIONS. Apply
between 2pm 5pm,
(941)-637-0008
Now hiring Assistant Man-
agers, Dish Washers &
Servers Apply in person,
Clock Family Restaurant,
1121 E. Oak St. Arcadia
Now hiring Day, Nights,
Weekends. FT & PT. Apply in
person 1570 US Hwy 41
Bypass. (next to Albertson's)
NOW HIRING
Grill / Pizza Cook, For Pt /
Ft. 992 Tamiami TrI, P.C.
941-624-0161

NOW HIRING: GRILL
COOKS & K.P. Apply in per-
son: Bob Evans. 4080 Tamia-
mi Trail, Charlotte Harbor.









NOW HIRING:
MANAGERS ASST.
MANAGERS SHIFT
MANAGERS. For man-
agement positions. Fast
food exp. required. Also
hiring: CASHIERS -
COOKS & REGULAR
CREW with flexible hours.
Seeking EARLY MORN-
ING WORKERS to open &
LATE NIGHT WORKERS
to close restaurant.
NIGHT CLEANING: To
clean lobby, parking lot,
restrooms & other sta-
tions. NIGHT PORTER: To
clean grill and filter fryer
stations. Willing to train
ALL positions. Apply in
person: PT. CHARLOTTE:
910 Kings Hwy. (Exit 170,
off 1-75) NORTH PORT:
14928 Tamiami Trail
(Near Sumter & 41).

L IVERY DRIVER
Obee's Englewood
Apply With-ln
240 S Indiana Ave
PEACHES RESTAURANT
now hiring
ALL POSITIONS
Apply in person
1230 Jacaranda Blvd, Venice.
PORT CHARLOTTE Motel,
Experienced Housekeepers
needed, must apply in person,
3491 Tamiami Trail, PC
SERVERS now hiring. FT/ PT,
flexible hours. Cracker Barrel
Country Store, 800 Kings
Hwy. 941-624-4994
SERVERS & LINE COOKS,
experienced. Apply at:
Beef O'Brady's, 1951 S.
McCall Rd. Englewood
SERVERS, All Shifts. Experi-
enced. Apply: Stuff A Belly
Diner, 14525 Tamiami Trail,
North Port.


2040 RESTAURANT/
HOTEL






Smuggler's
Captain's Table &
Harpoon Harry's
Now hiring
BUSSERS, RUNNERS
DISHWASHERS
Apply in person
Fishermens Village
or call 637-1177 ext 116

SONIC DRIVE-IN NOW HIRING
Up to $12/hr.
4250 Tamiami Tr. S.,
(941)-408-8600
SPINNAKER CAFE
Needs F/T AM COOK. Will
train. Apply within, Open until
2PM, 3578D North Access
Rd., Englewood. or
Call 941-475-2238
Twin Isles CC now hiring
PT/FT Sers & Bussers, FT
Line Cooks & PM Dishwasher.
Competitive pay. Apply: 301
Madrid Blvd. Punta Gorda or
call (941) 637-1232 ext. 224
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
Seeking to build a new team.
NEED: cook, dishwasher, serv-
er, busser. Call 941-697-2080

VILLAGE ON
THE ISLE
RETIREMENT
COMMUNITY

This Premier Retirement
Community is looking for
a few good individuals to
work in our Kitchen and
Dining Room. We offer
Excellent starting wages,
Medical and Dental bene-
fits, 403B and free Life
Insurance to all Fulltime
Employees after 90 days.
We have opening for:

PT/DISHWASHER
$150 SIGN ON BONUS
Paid in 30, 60 & 90 days

PT HOSTESS
$150 SIGN ON BONUS
Paid in 30, 60 & 90 days
11AM 7PM
FRI., SAT. & SUN.

F/T WAIT STAFF
$50 SIGN ON BONUS
Paid in 30 days &
NEW HIRING RATES
11A 7 P Days Vary

To Apply For This
Position Drop By
VILLAGE ON THE ISLE
930 Tamiami Trail
Venice, FL or call
486-5456 to make appt
EOE Drug Free Workplace

2050 SKILLED TRADES

POSili0os Available:
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afLocations
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A $1,000 Sign-On Bonus CABINET SHOP NEEDS HELP. CONCRETE FINISHERS
ELECTRICIANS ALL PHASES. Experienced only! Trans. a
Seabreeze Electric is EXPERIENCE NECESSARY must. Armadillo Builders
now hiring residential (941)475-7651 LLC (941)-423-1170
rough & trim workers. CONCRETE WORKERS/ALL
We have more than 20 CARPENTERS & FRAMERS PHASES, exp'd only. Transp.
openings in the Char- needed for int. wood framing. req. 40 hrs. plus. Good
lotte County area! We Also needed Roof & Decking pay/benefits. Foreman's job
offer the best pay plans crews. Great pay & benefits. open also. (941)-628-5965
in the area, piece work North Port area (941)916-5208 oe Al.9 6 6
or hourly, Medical Insur- CUSTOM CABINET SHOP
or hourly, Medical Insur- CARPENTERS- Lead & Experi- NEEDS EXPERIENCED HELP.
ance, retirement plan, enced ONLY. Work from North WE OFFER 2 WEEKS PAID
AFLAC, company vehi- Port to Punta Gorda. Hand VACATION, HEALTH INS. & PAID
cle. If your looking for a tools & transportation HOLIDAYS, (941)474-4824
job with a future, call required. Call 941-628-4746
(941) 255-5968 or apply Derick Nelson Plastering
in person at: 892 Tamia- CARPENTER & & Stucco: Need Plasterer
mi TrI. DFWP METAL FRAMERS & Laborer, Must Have
(Sign-on bonus is paid NEEDED Transportation 941-255-3373
$250 per quarter from Call (941)724-2250 DOCK BUILDER looking for FT
start date) -CARPENTER/FOREMAN reliable help. DL & transporta-
Al CABINETS is now hiring Jack of all trades? Must have tion a must. Good pay.
builders, laminators & own tools & truck. Exc. pay & Call (941)-412-3254
INSTALLERS. Apply within: benefits. HOLLERBACH DRIVER/DRY MIX CONCRETE
4186 Kings Hwy. P.C. Const. Call 941-587-5445 Starting rate $10/hr While
AC DUCT INSTALLERS, RESI- CARPENTER/HANDYMAN, training. 50-60 hrs./wk
DENTIAL, 6 positions avail- for misc. carpentry & punch 401K'& BENEFITS D/F/W/P
able. Top pay & full benefits. list work. Pay based on exp. 800-656-8018
No limit on earnings, based Benefits avail. (941)-815- DRYWALL REPAIR- Must be
on skills, work from Venice to 0404 experienced & possess clean
Punta Gorda area. All Ameri- CARPENTER driving record. Top Pay
can Heating & Cooling, Inc CARPENTERS & CARPENTER P cecrd Tp a
Call 1-800-299-9883 HELPERS WANTED Please call 941)-255-3330
Valid drivers lic, tools & DUMP TRUCK DRIVER, Experil
AC maintenance tech. Top trans. required. 475-7641 enced, Class A or B preferred,I
pay & benefits. Work for a real clean record, benefits after 90
Co, Boyd Bros Ser, 2460 CARPENTERS looking for days (941) 423-2934
Highlands Rd, Harbour quality person to run job & do days. 941)423-2934
Heights. 941-627-8881 quality work. trim & remodel- DUMP TRUCK DRIVER
ing. Paid vacations & holi- must posses at least class
ACOUSTICAL TILE days. Expd only. Also, B lic., preferably Class A
INSTALLERS wanted for Helpers needed. Call (941)-697-2047
ceiling framing & lay-out. Call (941)-650-0383. DUMP TRUCK DRIVER: exp w/
Please call Carlo or Maury DUMP TRUCK DRIVER: exp w/
(941)-629-2558. CARPENTERS TOP PAY CDL Class A or B, 40+ hours
EXPERIENCED FOR per week. Overtime, paid hol-
Aluminum Gutter Installers. FRAMING IN ROTONDA AREA. days. Call & leave message.
Experience only, top pay, (941) 270-6054 JOSHUA 863-993-0603.
year round work New C. JOHNSON BUILDER, INC. ELECTRICIANS needed
construction & retail peace
rate. New equip & trucks. CARPENTERS F/T ASAP. LEADMEN, JOUR-
Benefits (941) 475-5007 in North Port area. NEYMEN & SERVICEMEN.
or (941) 270-2255 TOP PAY, start ASAP. Long term and disaster relat-
ALUMINUM INSTALLER a (941)-429-8485 ed work. Call: ABC Electric
1-800-282-7093 or fax
local contractor seeks experi- CARPENTERS HELPERS want- resume (239)-936-9541
enced installers for immediate ed for framing. No experience
year round work. Pay based necessary. Will train. (941)- ELECTRICIANS: APPREN-
on exp. Benefits avail. (941)- 629-3124 TICE & Experienced candi-
815-0404 dates. New Classes start-
ALUMINUM INSTALLERS CARPENTERS ing. SIGN-ON BONUS.
MOBILE HOME SETUP & IMMEDIATE HIRE, 40 PREMIER ELECTRIC, The
POOL CAGES & SCREEN RMS. HOURS + O/T PAID VAC Residential Wiring, Special-
TOP PAY FOR QUALITY WORK. NO PORT AREA (941)- ists Potential to earn
CALL941-485-6225 769-0520or941-697-5000 $1,000/week. Openings in
Port Charlotte, Fort Myers &
ATTENTION INSTALLERS, CARPENTERS needed for Naples. DFWP.
Established flooring company framing in Boca Grande. Call 239-451-0578.
in need of qualified carpet & Must be experienced & have ELECTRICIANS EXPERIENCED
vinyl installers. Apply in per- transportation & tools. & HELPERS needed for 12 yr
son: 1090 Innovation Ave., Days 941-270-2483 old family operated business.
Unit A119 124, North Port eves/wkends 941-698-0630 Great benefits include health
34289 CARPENTERS, CARPEN- insurance, pd holidays, vaca-
ATTENTION INSTALLERS TERS helpers. Local work. tions & bonuses. Hrly &/or
Experienced Carpet & Vinyl North Port, Port Charlotte, piece work avail. Call for inter-
Installers needed immediate- leave message (941) 815- view 941-743-5089. ,
ly for high volume Flooring 4851
Company. Top pay for quality
work! Apply in person: 1090 CARPET INSTALLERS Expe-
Innovation Ave., Unit A119 rienced persons wanted.
121, North Port 34289 Licensed subcontractors ELECTRICIANS Experi-
and/or payroll positions avail- enced Residential,
AUTO AC MECHANIC/SER- able. Apply in person: Carpet helpers Experienced
VICE TECH, Must have auto Stop, 590 Tamiami Trail, Port only need apply. Drivers
AC experience. Busy local Charlotte, FL license & tools required.
auto center. Full benefits: Your Call (941) 629-4280 OR
own tools a plus. Apply at: CDL DRIVERS & HELPERS FAX RESUME TO: (9,41)
4780 Tamiami Trail, P.C. or Labor intensive. Immediate 255-1305
Call Bob & Dawn (9411-764- benefits, Medical, Dental &
1388 or 941-7694631.You Vision plans. Life insurance, ELECTRICAL SUPERINTEN-
can also visit our website at: Retirement, 401k, Paid Vaca- DENT/Foreman/Electrician.
www.icecoldautorepair.com tions, paid holidays, Apply at: Exp. in commercial, industrial
and leave your resume. Seacoast Supply and health care construction.
AUTO BODY 3045 S. McCall Rd: Long term, local projects. Full
PAINTERS HELPER Englewood, 941-474-8185 benefits package. Apply at
MUST BE EXPERIENCED D/F/W/P Doyle Electric Services, 836
(941)-484-5222 Se 9Th Ter., Cape Coral. Lic.
(941-48-5222-' a & a ECO000117. EEOC/DFWP.
AUTO TECH ASE Busy ELECTRICIAN EXP'D
shop. Great working ELECTRICIAN EXPD
conditions, benefits. Charlotte Honda VW seek- Lots of local work. Long term
Phone (941)484-9542 ing Used Car Mechanic. empl. Pd. holidays/Pd. vaca-
Experience preferred. Great ton. Immediate openings.
CABINET benefits. Apply within: 1252 Call Jay (941)-408-0511


INSTALLERS
Exp. req'd, re-face/replace.
Trans. & tools req.
Excellent pay + BONUSES
Call 941-625-8003
CABINET SHOP seeks
EXPERIENCED
TOP LAMINATOR,
CABINET FABRICATION &
INSTALLERS &
INSTALLERS HELPERS
(Will Train)
who wants to be part of a
dynamic team. Top Pay, Pd
Vacation, Health Ins pd. 75%,
401k w/ 25% match & other
great benefits. Apply within
8am-3pm: 6522 San Casa
Dr. Englewood.


Tamiami Trail, Murdock
CHAUFFEURS will train, Fax
resume and clean MVR 941-
627-5712.
CONCRETE COATING CO.
seeks experienced help, will
train, Must have valid drivers
lic. & own trans. Starting pay
$9. & up based on exp.
941-426-8960

CONCRETE
Concrete finishers $18 -
$20 hr. Layout former
$18 $20 hr. Concrete
foreman $20 hr. 941-
255-5904 or 941-626-
4104


Electricians & Helpers
Wanted Pd holidays, Pd vac.,
bonuses, health insurance.
Longterm employ 698-9799
Electricians Helper-Journymen
Full time, must have experi-
ence. Paid holidays, vacation
& medical benefits. Apply at
AC Delta Electric Co., Inc
18290 Paulson Dr B-4 Port
Charlotte
ELECTRICIANS
MECHANICS &
HELPERS
Tired of the rest than come
work for the best. Immedi-
ate openings. Benefits.
941-613-2232 d/f/w/p
Beachem Brothers


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ELECTRICIANS PT/FT, Valid
FL drivers license required.
401K, paid vacations, paid
holidays & health ins. Call
Mike at Robinson Electric for
interview 941-628-3332.
DFWP

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

EXPERIENCED WINDOW
INSTALLER
BE REWARDED FOR WHAT
YOU DO!! COME JOIN OUR
TEAM !! TOP PAY AND BENE-
FITS !! MUST HAVE EXPERI-
ENCE AND TOOLS !! DRIVER
LICENSE A MUST. CALL 1-
941-624-5277
EXPERIENCED CNC
OPERATOR FOR GRANITE
SHOP MUST HAVE EXPERI-
ENCE PLEASE CALL PEPE AT
941-662-7350.


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

EXPERIENCED FRAMERS
wanted for new construction
in North Port. Must have
tools & transp. Pay based on
exp & performance.
Call (9411-232-1858

Experienced residential Draft-
man. Experience in Auto Cad
2006 needed for growing
Engineering & Construction
Company. (941)-698-4180

EXPERIENCED SIGHT SUPER-
VISORS FOR FLOORING BUSI-
NESS MUST HAVE EXPERE-
(NCE WITH FLOORING PROD-
UCTS AND ABLE TO MANAGE
STAFF PLEASE SEND .
RESUME TO BOX#1035
167W. DEARBORN ST.,
ENGLEWOOD, FL 34223


EXPERIENCED
WINDOW
CLEANER
Great Pay!!
Must be dependable!
941-284-6009,

F/T LEAD
MAINTENANCE TECH

GENERAL KNOWLEDGE
OF ELECTRICAL, PLUMB-
ING,CARPENTRY AND
CONSTRUCTION HELP-
FUL. EXCELLENT LEAD-
ERSHIP SKILLS AND
GOOD CUSTOMERS SER-
VICE A MUST.
FULL BENEFIT PACKAGE
INCLUDED. APPLY AT:
VILLAGE ON THE ISLE
930 TAMIAMI TRAIL, SO
VENICE, FL 34285
OR CALL 486-5464
TO MAKE AN APPT.

E.O.E. DRUG FREE
FINISH OPERATORS,
LOADERS, DOZERS,
GRADERS. Exp. Required.
(727)-819-3336


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Foreman for deep sanitary
sewer & utility work. Exp.
required. J.P. Murphy, Inc.
(239)470-2821
FREIGHT LINER DRIVER- Local
equipment Co. seeks FT & OR
PT driver to deliver heavy con-
struction equipment. Must
have clean class A license.
Will consider class B. Some
exp required. Competitive
pay & benefits. D/F/W/P
Call between 1Oam-3Dm ONLY
(941)484-0454
GLAZIER & LABORERS to do
storefront, window, sliding
glass doors, mirrors, etc.
Exc. pay. (941)-473-9600
Growing Home Builder in
North Port/PC area seeks 1st
Line Supers & Const. Mgrs.
Benes incl. Health, 401K +
Bonuses. Fax Res. to (941)-
697-4002, Attn. R.J.
EOE, DFWP
HANDYMAN to do punch out,
carpentry, dry wall & paint for
new home builder. Own vehi-
cle & tools required, experi-
enced only. Call 941-627-
2123 ext. 105 for appt.
HEAVY TIMBER CONTRACTOR
looking for help. Good pay.
Must be able to travel out of
town occasionally. Rough car-
penter experience helpful. Call
for interview. 941-575-6693
HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPER-
ATORS. Call Emery @ Fors-
berg Construction.(941)-637-
8500 EOE/DFWP
HEAVY TIMBER CONSTRUC-
TION, Lead Carpenters &
General Laborers needed.
Rough carpenter exp helpful,
but not required. Call (941)-
426-9525 or (941)-628-0938
INTERNATIONAL
COMPANY LOOKING FOR
PRODUCTION ASSISTANT
Competitive salary + Health
insurance benefits after trial
period. Lifting heavy boxes,
fork lift driving, mixing prod-
ucts & packing. Please submit
resume to: Charlotte Sun,
23170 Harborview Rd, Box J,
Charlotte Harbor, FL 33980
INSTALLERS NEEDED
* Screen wall
* Hand rail
* shutters
* sliding glass doors
* soffit & fascia
Great pay & benefits.
Exp. a plus, but will train
Call 800-987-7582


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V Join the #1 Team full time
MAINTENANCE ASSISTANT
must have general building
maintenance experience
Please stop in.
Deep Creek Rehab &
Nursing Center
25325 Rampart Blvd.,
Port Charlotte, FL 33983
Keesling
Construction, Inc.
Area's most established
structural concrete con-
structors are currently seek-
ing personnel for the follow-
ing positions for work in the
Charlotte Co. area. Long
term, career minded, quality
conscious individuals only
need apply
*Crane operator,
*Boom Pump Operator
*Working Foreman
*Form Carpenters
*Carpenter Helpers
*Concrete Finishers
*Marine Construction
Personnel
Masons
Mason Tenders
Apply in person at 615
Dupont Street, Punta Gorda,
FL or call (941) 639-3166.
Drug Free Workplace


FORK UFT
OPERATOR
EXPERIENCED!

Full time position,
Excellent pay,
Benefits, Busy shop
Lots of work.
Call John at
941-475-6882
Or Fax resume to
941-473-7525

Royal Palm
Marina
779 W. Wentworth
.>Englewood, FL


LABORERS FOR TEAR OFF
FOR ROOFING COMPANY
Must have own transportation.
(941)426-8946
Lead Carpenter: FT. Experi-
ence required. Competitive
pay. Progressive, fast growing
general contracting company.
Fax resume to (941) 697-
9208 or call Jan at (941) 743-
4105.


INSULATION InstallersrM Local contractor seeking
INSULATION Inspref. but killers Rescreeners & Installers for
Exp pref. but willtraion & pool enclosures & all types of

holidays 941-255-0673 aluminum rk 661-7153
LOOKING FOR PIPE CREW
Irrigation Service/Installation, For Underground
F/T. Full benefits. Utility Company.
697-9502 Call (941)-697-2047




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LOW VOLTAGE AUDIO-
VIDEO TECHS AND
HELPERS needed for well
established company. Install
large systems in auditoriums,
health clubs, churches,
schools, restaurants and the-
aters. 40+ hour weeks, get
overtime in a territory of West
Florida. Occasional overnights
and clean driving record
required. Office in Port .Char-
lotte/North Port line. Pay
based on experience. Health
insurance and paid vacations.
Dave at (941) 628-5584
MAINTENANCE
SUPERVISORS
Hampton Point Apts. is cur-
rently accepting applications.
Must be HVAC certified.
Excellent salary, plus benefits
and performance incentives.
Please fax resumes to Becky
(941) 979-1003. Drug Free
Workplace. EOE
MARINE CONTRACTING
GROUP, Inc. is seeking the
following EXPERIENCED
personnel:

Seawall Cap Form
Carpenters
General Laborers, Exp. in
Pile Setting & dock building
Back Hoe Operator
(Barge Mounted)
Friction Crane Operator
Tug Boat Captain
Deck Hands

Steady local work in the
Charlotte County Area; 40 +
hours/week. Must have 2
valid forms of ID & reliable
transportation. We offer top
wages based on experi-
ence, paid holidays and
vacations. Call (941) 505-
0221 or apply in person @
2511 Vasco St Unit 112,
Punta Gorda, FL M-F 8am-
3pm. EOE/DFWP.
MASON CREWS needed
for General Contractor
Armadillo Builders LLC
(941)-423-1170
MASON FOREMAN &
EXPERIENCED MASONS
Pay commensurate with expe-
rience. Great opportunity with
fast growing company.
941-650-6456 or 234-2603
Masons & Laborers needed,
no exp. required. Full time
w/benefits 941-624-0187
MASONS & TENDERS need-
ed. Must work hard and have
transportation. Guaranteed
work, good pay. Call Jay,
(941)-628-1541.
MECHANIC, part time, need-
ed. Must be bilingual. Apply in
person @ 17500 Seymour
Ave., Port Charlotte (941)-
624-6853
MECHANIC'S
HELPER/SHOP MECHAN-
IC/ROAD MECHANIC CDL a
Plus. Excellent benefits, hos-
S. I3 i l urj(tu C -
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National Company needs
MECHANICAL TECHNICIANS.
Will train in electronic Leak
Detection. Plumbing skills or
swimming pool service help-
ful. Must have good driving
record, drug free work place.
Potential salary $40K plus.
Call 941-764-6100. 9AM-1PM
Need experienced Drywall/Pun-
chout/Repair people. Must be
dependable with drivers license &
trans. We offer paid holidays &
health ins is avail. (941)4230700
PA!NTERS Englewood area,
experienced, new construc-
tion, repaints, transportation
& phone. 941-468-3509
PAINTERS, 2 EXPERIENCED &
2 HELPERS NEEDED
Dependable transportation &
tools. (941)429-9828
PAINTERS/PUNCH OUT/
FINAL WALK THROUGH
needed for Garrod Painting.
Must have tools & transporta-
tion. Please call Robert Mon-
day Friday, 8:00am-6:00pm
(941)-628-9403
PEST CONTROL COMPANY
now hiring All Phases. Top
pay for experience. Medical
benefits available. Call (941)-
624-2111
PLASTERS & LABORERS
needed. Vacation & Holiday
pay. Exp. & Transportation a
must. Guaranteed 40 hours.
Call 941-625-6337 or 941-
286-5409
PLASTERS, LATHERS &
Laborers wanted.
Top pay. Local Work.
Must have transportation.
474-7419 or 321-3121
PLUMBERS & HELPERS
All phases of new construc-
tion. Also SERVICE TECH
Needed. TOP PAY!
BENEFITS! (941)475-0778

PLUMBERS & HELPERS
needed for new con-
struction housing! Will
train! All positions avail-
able. Call Gator @
Sandlot Plumbing
(941) 429-6800

PLUMBERS
New Conucon
Co. vehicle Immediate
openings, top pay & ben-
efits.
J.C. Little Plumbing
(941)-423-2121 N.P.

Plumbers/Helpers &
Service Techs
Immediate openings. No 24hr.
requirements. Babes Plumbing
Inc, 140 E. Miami Av. Venice.
(941)4886074 D/F/W/P, EOE,
PLUMBERS AND HELPERS
NEEDED TO WORK CHAR. &
SARASOTA COUNTY, EXP.
NECESSARY, 423-1400
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PLUMBING TECHS
Service work, good pay by
hr or job. No after hours
calls. MASTER PLUMBERS
(941)-429-8200
Heavy Equip. Operator
for info call
(863)-494-0123
Pool Service Tech needed.
Experience helpful but willing
to train right person. Clean
Florida Driver's License
required. Company truck, paid
vacation & holidays. Please
call (941) 815-0882
Port Charlotte contractor
needs painters. Experience
necessary; top pay with bene-
fits including health insurance,
dental, retirement plan and
vacation. Must have FL dri-
vers license. Must have own
tools. Full time work. Use of
company vehicle during work
hours. Drug free workplace/
back ground check.
Apply in person- 17436 Sey-
mour Ave. Murdock, FL.
POSITION AVAILABLE
FOR THE FOLLOWING:
Finish Grade Operator
(863)-993-0880
PUNCH OUT & WARRANTY
WORK Local building con-
tractor seeking qualified, con-
scientious individual for imme-
diate employment. Experience
is necessary in all phases of
light construction on new resi-
dential homes. Call today
(941)-698-1601 btw 9-5

READY MIX
DISPATCH MANAGER

APPLICATIONS
BEING ACCEPTED
FOR READS MIX
DISPATCH tMANAG-
ER. EXPERIENCE IN
AES OR COMMAND
DATA DISPATCH-
ING SYSTEMS AND
L NAGEMIENT.
FULL BENEFIT
PACKAGE AVAILABLE.
EOE.
Drug Free Workplace.
Call 941-915-2048

RJM HOMES in PC/NP area
needs exp. Superint. Benes
incl: Bonuses, Co. Veh.,
Health, 401K. Fax Resume to
941-255-5640 Attn: Terry.
EOE, DFWP.
Road Building Contractor with
jobs in Port Charlotte & Fort
Myers wants experienced
SUPERINTENDENT, GRAD-
ER OPERATOR, TRUCK
DRIVERS, & FUEL/SERVICE
TRUCK DRIVER. Call 239-
633-8552 Mon. Fri. between
8am-5pm
ROD TECH for Survey Crew.
Exc. pay and benefits. Will
train. Call Giler Urban Design,
9414754664 or email:
yes@gudinc.com


ROLL-OFF DRIVER NEEDED Unimac commercial OPL laun-
CLASS B CDL REQ. DFWP. dry equipment distributor has
EXCELLENT PAY immediate opening for EXPE-
Call 863-993-0880 RIENCED laundry equipment
SECURITY ALARM CORP technician in N. Ft Myers area.
seeks ALARM TECHNICIAN. Customers include hotels,
Requires valid drivers license, nursing homes, motels, etc
construction knowledge & (this is not coin operated
team work. Competitive equipment) Full company ben-
wages, benefits, paid vaca- efits. Highly competitive com-
tions. Come join the areas #1 sensation based on experi-
security company. Stop in to ence/qualifications. Call Carl
apply, 17776 Toledo Blade Estell 1-800-522-9274.
Blvd. PC. EOE WANTED FULL TIME -
SOIL/Concrete Techs. MECHANIC/MECHANIC
DFWP, Benefits, Exp. Pre- HELPER Apply in person:
ferred but will train (941)-637- Bethel Farms 8780 NW
8488 Bethel Farms Road, Arca-
dia, Paid vacations/holi-


SOLID SURFACE/CORIAN,
EXP. FABRICATORS &
INSTALLERS TOP PAY &
BENEFITS NOKOMIS
941-484-7376-

OLID SURFACE/CORIAN,
EXP. FABRICATORS & j
Installers. Top pay &
Bene's. NOKOMIS
K. 941-484-7376
START IMMEDIATELY, TOP
PAY, experienced Hurricane
Shutter Installer. Must have
driver license vehicle & tools.
Ask for Eric (941)-764-0822
Superintendent for new
home custom builder.
Absolutely must have
experience. Must be orga-
nized, detail oriented & able to
schedule. Must have reliable
own transportation. Call (941)
627-2123 ext. 105.'
SURVEY FIELD MGR, CREW
CHIEF, INST. OPERATOR for
growing Surveying firm. Top
Pay, Exp. or will train. Send
Resume to: Strayer Surveying
Fax (941) 497-6186, call
(941) 496-9488 for interview
SURVEY FIELD MGR, CREW
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TRANSPORTATION A MUST
Call (941)-460-9691
Tile Installers & Supervi-
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Call Terry @ (239) 267-8453
TILE SETTERS & HELPERS
NEEDED. Valid FL Driver's
License, & Vehicle Required.
Call 941-628-6132
TILE HELPER Experience
helpful but not necessary. Will-
ingness to work and learn a
must. Must have reliable trans-
portation. Apply in person
Carpet Stop, 590 Tamiami
Trail, Port Charlotte
TRACK HOE OPERATOR. Expe-
rienced in land clearing. F/T -
over time. Good pay, paid hol-
idays. 863-993-0603


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in helping them iden-
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The successful
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and possess the
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contracts. If you
have excellent sales
presentation skills
and the ability to
express ideas
verbally as well
as in
writing, you may
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WE OFFER:
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Plus Commissions.
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Disability Benefits
401(k) Training
Pleasant Work
Environment
Please Send
Resume To: The
Green Sheet
Sales Advertising
Manager
Gary Fleming
2733-C
Tamiami Trail
Port Charlotte, FL
33952
Fax to:
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or
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7 S. Tamiami Tr.
e (941)-493-0087

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CH OUT FULL TIME
OR NEW HOME
CONSTRUCTION
ALL BOARDWALK
PROPERTIES, INC.
41-698-1722

our Punta Gorda neigh-
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ately seeking an ener-
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weekends, rarely night
nd we know how to
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lease fax resume
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strong closing skills &
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resume to Blue Dolphin
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OME SALES/R.E. Sales
us commission struc-
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EAL ESTATE CONCEPT,
+ Health Insurance.
Joe Cirillo 941- 468-


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Hiring new and experienced
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Excellent Training and benefit
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(941) 915-1297
Real Estate Internship.
Learn while you get paid.
Weekends mandatory. Berson
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3200 Ext. 203
Real Estate Lic. agents for
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learn. Assist 2 Sell Real
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Real Estate Sales Punta
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needed, tuition reimburse-
ment, training & leads provid-
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OR CONTACT PETER
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Berson Realty Group.
Salary/Incentives/Benefits.
Fax resume to : (941) 505-
0280 Attn: Linda or call (941)
639-3200 ext. 203.
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positions preferred. Position
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QUALITY PRESCHOOL looking
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(941) 504-6455
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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 a33950 or
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Tonya Blair
EOE/DFWP
DRIVERS POSITIONS avail-
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Counties. Class B/CDL
required, along with current
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medical, 401K, paid vacation
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Jackson Rd., Venice. 4500
Linwood Rd, Placida, 1-941-
626-9700 Mon Fri. 8 4pm.
DANCERS TOPLESS
WANTED
$300 a shift
941-457-7077
DELIVERY/WAREHOUSE
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Earn competitive wages to
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S Apply at
STEPHEN'S FURNITURE
4427 S. Tamiami Tr.
Venice 493-0087

DETAILER -
"Cleaning & detailing small
boats. Will train. Competitive
-pay, health benefits. F/T.
Call Mike or Ed
(941)-698-1444



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DOCKHAND -
DOCKMASTER
Palm Island Marina in
Englewood is taking
applications for a responsi-
5 ble, self motivated, ener-
getic person who works
well with the public. Physi-
cal labor involved. Some
computer skills necessary.
Leave message with
Harbormaster for
appointment.
941-697-2389

DRILLER'S HELPER needed
No experience necessary.
ALSO EXPERIENCED
DRILLERS NEEDED. FT w/
benefits. Valid DL. DFWP
(941-637-8488
DRIVER
F/T for elderly service
provider. Must have valid
CDL & good driving record.
Full benefits. Pre-employ-
ment drug test, smoke-free
environment.
Apply Senior Friendship
Center, 2350 Scenic Dr.
Venice, FL. EOE
DRIVER/LIMO PG & PC.
area ONLY. All area airports,
clean driving record, FAX
Resume! 941-613-1628
ELECTRICIAN'S HELPER, No
experience necessary. Call for
interview. (941)-637-6155

ENGLEWOOD SUN
NOW INTERVIEWING
QUALITY
INDIVIDUALS
FOR CONTRACTED
CARRIER POSITIONS
El Jobean, Gulf Cove,
Gardens of Gulf Cove,
Englewood East, Rotonda,
Placida & surrounding
areas.
Excellent opportunity
for service minded
individuals.

Interested parties may
call Steve at
941- 681-3000
ext. 227 or apply in
person at
167 W. Dearborn St.
for very
profitable opportunity.

Must be 18 or older,
have valid FL Drivers'
License, proof of valid
insurance, & reliable
transportation.


Enthusiastic Shipping
Counter Person, Full or Pad
Time, Mon. Sat. Must be able
to type 50 wpm, willing tc
work hard, good work ethic,
apply in person: The UPS
Store, 24123 Peachland Blvd.
#C-4, Port Charlottle

F/T FLOOR TECH

KNOWLEDGE OF
FLOOR CARE A MUST.
WE PAY FOR EXPERIENCE
TO APPLY VISIT:
VILLAGE ON THE ISLE
930 TAMIAMI TRAIL, SO
VENICE, FL 34285
or call 486-5479
to make an appt.

E.O.E. Drug Free

F/T Maintenance with bene-
fits, experienced preferred.
Fisherman's Village.639-8721
F/T OUTDOOR LABORERS
WITH OWN TRANSPORTATION.
PLEASE CALL 941-662-5779
FREE TUITION TAX
SCHOOL
Earn extra income after suc-
cessful completion Flexible
schedules, convenient loca-
tions, Register now! Courses
start in mid-September
Call Liberty Tax Service @
1-877-766-1829
Toll free Small fee for books
FT, Caring, dependable individ-
uals wanted for caring for
elderly- Night/Day Position.
Will train, Housekeeping also
available. (941)-575-9390,
2295 Shreve Street, P.G.




DOCK HAND
& YARD MAINT.
Apply@Gasparilla
arina, 15001 Gasparilla
Rd, Placida

GARAGE Door Installers &
SERVICE TECHS
Experienced or will train. Up
to $500 to train. Up to
$25/hr for experienced. Must
have valid FL driver's license.
Benefits & 401K. Pre-employ-
ment drug screen reqd.
Call 1-800-850-3667

GENERAL LABORERS
APPLY IN PERSON: WHITE
CEMENT SPECIALITIES, 202
Seaboard Ave. (941)-488-2172


GENERAL LABOR
t $$$ CASH TODAY $$$
Drivers Paid Extra
Call for Pick Up Route
LABOR FINDERS
627-4041
Temp. to Perm. Avail.
No Fees 0 EOE 0 DFWP
GIRL'S CONST. CLEAN.
CREW, looking for fulltime
help. Must be reliable and
energetic. Will pay for
experience or $7.50 to
start training, based in
North Port. 941-809-7720
GOLF COURSE MAINTENANCE
FULL TIME at Sabal Trace
Clubhouse landscaping.
Call Don (941) 426-1414
GREAT JOB IN ART & DESIGN
Environment. Englewood
area. Hi energy- Attn to
detail. Will train, www.
casparistudios.com/apply
HELP WANTED ON FISH FARM
outside labor, housing &
salary 863-494-4149
between 6pm & 7pm ONLY!!
HELP WANTED in Granite
Shop. GRANITE FRABRICA-
TORS needed. No experi-
ence necessary, will train .
Apply at American Marble,
18440 Paulson Drive,
Murdock.




Looking for
Additional Income?
Interviewing service-
oriented candidates for
newspaper delivery routes
for The Englewood Sun.

Many opportunities available
for the right people,
including monthly bonuses,
unlimited earning potential
and early morning hours,
leaving your days free!

Interested parties may
Contact Steve in
Circulation at 681-3000
ext. 227 or apply in person
at: 167 W. Dearborn St.
Horse Farm needs depend-
able barn help, weekends a
must, must be exp. w/horses.
Ref. req'd. (941)-456-1972
HOUSEKEEPER, DIETARY
AIDES & DISHWASHERS for
busy ALF. Apply in person
Sandhill Gardens 24949 Sand-
hill Blvd. Deep Creek, 941-
764-6577


Housekeeper position
available at Hampton Point
Apartments. Position
requires energetic individual
with a "Team Player"
attitude. Please fax resume
to (941) 979-1003 or call
(941) 979-1001.
HOUSEKEEPING
Sat Only. $10/hour.
Call 941-627-2300
Mon. Sat. 9am-4:30pm.
HOUSEKEEPING/LAUNDRY
OUTSTANDING BENEFITS or
*Pay in lieu of benefits
*Pay for experience
BAY VILLAGE
"Sarasota's Best
Retirement Community"
8400 Vamo Road
Sarasota. 941-966-5611
24 hr. jobline 966-8139
Drug-Free Workplace

INSULATION Installers
Exp. pref. but will train.
Paid insur., vacation &
holidays 941-255-0673

Join the #1 Team full time
MAINTENANCE ASSISTANT
must have general building
maintenance experience
Please stop in.
Deep Creek Rehab &
Nursing Center
25325 Rampart Blvd.,
Port Charlotte, FL 33983
Kimal Lumber in Nokomis
has an opening in our
INTERIOR DOOR SHOP &
YARD PERSONNEL
Good starting pay, great
benefits. Call Debbie for
information 484-9721
or apply in person
400 Riverview Dr. Nokomis
Drugfree Workplace
LABORER for Survey Crew.
Will train. Exc. pay & benefits.
Great opp. for new career.
Giler Urban Design, 941-475-
4664 or email:
yes@gudinc.com
Landscape, Curbing, & Lawns
Laborer. Exp pref, but will train.
Growth potential, competitive
salary. (941)-426-3966
Lawn Maintenance worker
experience preferred.
$500/wk to start.
CALL 423-4576
LAWN SPRAY TECHNICIAN
Eam while you learn.
Start at $400/wk to avg
$40/K per year. Must have
a good driver record,
everything else we will help
you with. Drug Free Work-
place 941-488-0688


LAWN/LANDSCAPE TECH
needed. Good rates of
pay. All year round work.
DL preferred. 941-626-
5534 or 941-624-0265
Lifeguard Cert. & Maintenance
positions avail immed. PT & FT
at WMS Day Spa Mary Putnik
(941)426-1692, 9am-5pm.
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 &
Burnt Store Rd.)
Some of the benefits
of working for yourself
include;
Early morning hours that
don't interfere w/daytime
activities.
$150 to $300. Approx.
income per week.
Monthly good-service bonus
+ new customer rewards.
No Collections!
Our contractor routes are
great for anyone looking for
part-time income from a 2nd
job, retirees, college 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
Charlotte Sun Newpaper
23170 Harborview Rd
Charlotte Harbor
941-206-1323

Must be over 18 years of age,
have insured vehicle, social
secruity # & valid drivers
license.
LOT ATTENDANT NEEDED
FULLTIME, AT DARBY SOUTH
IN VENICE.
Call Rick @ (941)483-4276
LUBE TECH WANTED
Experience preferred.
Call Kevin or Suzi
(941)-423-8853
MAINTENANCE Service for
two shopping centers in
Venice. Must have basic main-
tenance skills, good working
attitude and like to work as a
team. F/T. Call
239-513-0257 to fill out an
application.


Maintenance / At Vivante in
Punta Gordla. Reliable and
motivated individual with expe-
rience is needed for our up-
scale property. Currently the
position is Mon. Wed. Fri.
Could possibly turn in to a full
time management position.
Please send resumes to:
(239) 592-7541 or email
iobs@stockdeveloDment.com
EOE/DFWP
MAINTENANCE MAN need.
ed full time & 'or PT for
multiple properties in
Venice. Must have own
tools, truck & cell phone.
(941)-483-3418
MAINTENANCE PERSON -
FULL TIME: CARPENTRY,
PAINTING, CUSTODIAL, AND
MISC. TASKS., OWN TRANS-
PORTATION. *APPLY IN PER-
SON TO 6025 TAYLOR ROAD,
SUITE #2, PUNTA GORDA, FL
OR CALL 575-6764 FOR
APPLICATION.
MAINTENANCE PERSON
For Large Apt. Complex
Compensation based on
exp. Co. benefits, health
ins, etc. Apply at:
Toledo Club Apartments,
3500 Island Club Drive
North Port, FL 34288
MAINTENANCE PERSON
For Large Apt. Complex
Live on-site available.
Compensation based on
exp. Co. benefits, health
ins, etc. Apply at
Woodmere Apartments Of
Venice, 3900 Woodmere
Park Blvd. Venice
Mallory & SonsRoofing,Inc
ROOFERS & LABORERS
Apply at 23210 Harper Ave
Unit 2, Pt. Ch. 6:30 am
Mature House Mom For
Christian residential girls pro-
gram. F/T Call Richard at Teen
Challenge Arcadia, Retire's
Welcome 863-993-2141
MOBILE HOMES &
MODULAR HOMES SET UP
CREW needed. CDL Class A
would be an advantage. Will
train. ALSO TRIM CREWS
needed. Call 941- 833-0079
ask for Keith

MODELS ESCORTS
Promotional work, great
pay. (239) 707-9222.


MRT LAWN &
GARDEN CENTER .
is now hiring for the
following:

*MANAGERS.
horticulture background
preferred.

*GREENHOUSE MANAGER
floral design experience
required.

*GREENHOUSE, PLANT
YARD. experience
required.

* P. T CASHIERS.
experience required.

Please apply at:
5175 State Rd 776
S Venice, FL 34293
or call (941).232-6118

D,,F/'WP EOE


2100 GENERAL 2100 GENERAL 2100 GENERAL 2100 GENERAL 2100 GENERAL 2100 GENERAL 2100 GENERAL 2100 GENERAL


NATIONAL Company opening or evenings 496-9637
local office. Customer Service Port Charlotte Answering Ser-
Account Reps needed. Corn- vice looking for TELEPHONE
missions + bonuses. Call 941- OPERATORS for Weekend only
268-4655 Mon Fri, 10am shifts. (Day & midnight shifts).
2pm. Apply: at 17776 Toledo Blade
NEWLY REMODELED Blvd. Murdock. E.O.E.
NEMO'S SPORTS CAFE' Private Golf Club is now
Now hiring Bartenders, accepting applications for the
Servers & Cooks. following positions: Outside
Apply anytime Mon.- Fri., Operations, Locker Room
8am-5pm, 'Attendant, Kitchen and Wait
3192 Harbor Blvd., Pt. Char. Staff, and experienced Cad-
dies. Please call for appoint-
OFFICE (OLD FLORIDA CRACK- ment 941-697-9100. 9am-
ER STYLE) MANAGER. FT/PT 2pm
for restaraunt/resort/gift
shop + more. Must be outgo- Pro Shop person needed. Will
ing & personable, tele. voice, train. 20-30 hours per week.
plus merchandising skills a Apply in person Arcadia Golf
plus. Sat. + Sun. part of work Course 1769 NE Livingston
week, good pay, good fun, St. Arcadia
plus benefits. 941-743-9733 PT 20 hrs. per week 4p
or appt. 8pm Mon Fri Program direc-
PACKER in Englewood: Air tor / counter work at Martial
Cond. $10/hr. 20-25 hrs per- Arts school in Venice. Outgo-
week, 8am start must be on ing, friendly, sales oriented,
time! Able to lift O101bs. Call and varied responsibilities.
now: 941-474-8903 9AM-Noon. Will train Call 457-9831

PAINTER-WILL TRAIN. QUICK OIL CHANGE
LUBE TECH needed, 1 year
Venice area. automotive experience pre-
(941)468-7019 feared but will train. Steady


PERMANENT PT DRIVER
FOR FLOWER SHOP
APPLY AT 21186 OLEAN BLVD
IOAM-4PM ONLY


work, Mon Sat.-Good pay.
Call Don 941-743-2699.
QUICK LUBE TECH Good
-pay & working conditions.
Benefits & will train.


PEST CONTROL help needed, none (41'48-40u
GET RESULTS F/T, dependable, neat appear Advertise in
USE CLASSIFIED! ance Clean FL license Th e Classifieds!
USE CLASSIFIED! required. (941)4732847 The ClaSSifieds!


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2100 GENERAL

Pest Control Tech. Position
available. Join the County's
best-qualified Pest control Co.
Apply in person 153 Progress
Circle, Venice. Call 941-488-
2766 for directions.
POOL TECH Exp. preferred
but will train. Must be
Reliable & Drug free. Drivers
lic. required. Apply in person:
Complete Pool
3502 Access Rd, Engl.
* **VA ** ***
POOL SERVICE-TECH must
have clean driving record,
(5 yrs. of driving experi-
ence minimum). $11.00
per hr. Apply at: Howards
Pool World. 12419 Kings
Highway, Lake Suzy. DFWP.
941-625-6007 or 941-
626-2293

Driver wanted. #1 Pay for the
#2 business. CDL Class B
license. Call (941)-207-4378


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Friday, Sept. 9, 2005, Real Estate Classified


Ready mix company looking
for plant operator for Char
lotte and Sarasota counties
Salary based on experience
good benefits include 401 k
vacation, family health plan
call 239-770-4474.
ROOF COMPONENT MFG
Now hiring
eOvertime
*Paid holiday & vacation
eBenefits
*Quick Advancement
Apply at 5300 Linwood Rd.
Rotonda. (941)-698-0800
ROOFERS NEEDED, good
wages paid, shingle, metal,
tile, flat & laborers needed.
Call 941-240-6046
ROUTE SALES
Immediate openings with
premier bread company.
Must have good driving
record, willing to work nec-
essary hours to service cus-
tomers. Salary plus commis-
sion. Excellent company ben-
efits including: Health Plans,
Company paid retirement
plan, and 401K Savings Plan
with Company Match. Con-
tact Chuck, 239-462-3554
We are an Equal Opportunity
Employer and a Drug Free
Work Place. M/F/V/D

RV Wash & detail person
Full or part time
FLEXIBLE HOURS
(941)-639-6000
SECURITY
Fishermen's Village needs PT
D license security officer for
Fri. & Sat nights, 9:30pm to
3am, 2 weekends a month
plus various fill-in shifts. Call
Bob (941)-639-8721.
SECURITY OFFICERS
P/T, Englewood /Venice
Split Shift Avail.
Call (941)-486-9051
Self Motivator: To clean with
a lasting impression state of
mind! Unlimited work for right
person. Flexible hours & sat
avail. Will train 941-766-2171


2100 GENERAL 2100 GENERAL 2100 GENERAL 2100 GENERAL 2100 GENERAL


SSEACOAST
d SUPPLY


NOW HIRING


CDL DRIVERS
CLASS A OR B


STOCKERS


WAREHOUSE
HELP


HANDLING
BUILDING
MATERIALS


EXCELLENT
BENEFIT PACK-
AGE, COMPETI-
TIVE WAGES,
DRUG FREE
WORKPLACE

APPLY NOW!
250 CARMALITA ST
PUNTA GORDA, FL
(941)-639-2116

Sewing Person, F or P/P for
Punta Gorda canvass shop.
Must have boat canvass
sewing experience, (941)-639-
6603

SOLID SURFACE/CORIAN,
FABRICATORS &
(Installers. will train! To
pay & Bene's, NOKOMIS
S 941-484-7376

Classified = Resultsl


TELEMARKETING No Selling THRIFT STORE CASHIER,
Upt to $11/hr + bonus. Full or full time position, at $7.00 per
part time day/eves hrs avail, hour. Applications available
Students/Retirees please apply. between the hours of 9 a.m. -
Osprey location. 966-6633 3 p.m., Monday Friday, at the
The Salvation Army, 2120
---- -- Loveland Blvd., Port Char-
SENEWA lotte. Requirements: Moder-
TECHNICIAN & SALES ate lifting and experience with
PERSON needed cash register.
immediately. Must have
good driving record. THRIFT STORE DRIVER'S
Top pay & good benefits HELPER, full time positions,
including 401K, Call at $7.50 per hour. Applica-
(941) 629-3033. Drug tions available between the
Free Workplace & Equal hours of 9 a.m. 3 p.m., Mon-
.pportunity Employerj day Friday, at the The Salva-
tion Army, 2120 Loveland
The Englewood Sun's Circula- Blvd., Port Charlotte. Require-
tion Sales Department has an ments: Must be able to do
opening for a full-time Circula- heavy lifting; clean drivers
tion Sales Manager. The pri- license is mandatory and able
mary responsibility of the Cir- to read map. Must be at least
culation Sales Manager is to twenty one years old.
increase home delivery sales
through door-to-door, kiosk TIRE CHANGER with light
and event sales programs. mechanical exp. $400-$800
Other responsibilities include week. Call 941-639-5681. Dri-
recruiting, training and moti- very's License Required.
vating sales crews. TOUR BOAT CAPTAIN P/T.
Local knowledge and History
The successful candidate a must. Apply in person at the
must have a successful track Nav-A-Gator Grill & Marina,
record in direct sales, manag- 941-627-3474
ing and motivating a team and
must be self motivated and
able to work independently. TRUCK DRIVER
This person must be adept in The Charlotte Sun has an
all Microsoft Office applica- immediate opening for a
tions and possess excellent part-time driver for our
written and verbal skills, night shift. Minimum CDL,
Class B license required.
Applicants must possess a Please apply @ Charlotte
valid driver's license and proof Sun, 23170 Harborview
of valid insurance. Drug free Rd., Charlotte Harbor, FL
workplace. Pre-employment 33980 make applications
drug testing required. EOE to the attention of Bill Dean
or e-mail:
The Sun offers a competitive bdean@sun-herald.com
compensation package includ- you will be contacted fo; an
ing salary plus incentive, a interview. EOE. Drug Free
comprehensive benefit pack- Work Place.
age and opportunity for
advancement. ARE YOU ONLINE?
INCREASE YOUR
To apply, please submit EXPOSURE!
resume to Sun Newspapers: Add your internet
Attn: Mark Yero, 23170 Har- address
borview Road, Charlotte Har- to your ad for a little
bor, FL 33980. E-mail to extra!
mvero@sun-herald.com


S SARASOTA COUNTY DESOTO COUNTY
'Ospre 105 Arcadia Area
1110 Englewood Area
\L% l 'i r 105 120 Lake Suzy Area
S]5~ \70> Arcadia125 Nokomis/Osprey Area
0 nl ~W135 Port Charlotte Area
140 Punta Gorda Area
145 Rotonda Area
"k-' 1~ 6 150 Sarasota Area
155 South Venice Area
-" \ e, 0 160 Venice Area
\".5 or 130 To place yoar ad call:
'41', Norih Port
S, Arcadia
D, k' 494-7733
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105 ARCADIA AREA 135 PORT CHARLOTTE
AREA
9/09/2005


110 ENGLEWOOD
AREA

FRI & SAT 9-5
920 BAY VISTA BLVD
GARAGE SALE
fum, household, Lots of misc.
D SAT/SUN, 8-1pm,
7107 Teaberry St.
ESTATE SALE!
Furn, household & clothes.

120 LAKE SUZY AREA

D SAT., 8-NOON, 8645 SW
Sunnybreeze Dr. Multi
family, Best offer on items. -All
proceeds go to American Red
Cross. Kids clothing, furn.,
kitchen item's, women's cloth-
ing med., etc.

130 NORTH PORT


F Fri & Sat 8-3pm. 3529
Renault Cir off Biscayne.
Moving Sale, everything must
go!
R SAT & SUN 9-1
2875 Pomona Ave off
Haberland & Starview
ESTATE SALE
D SAT only, 8-1pm,
50n59 Spearman Cir,
back ,rrd on North Port Blvd.
Woodworking tools & hsehold
SAT only, 8:30-5pm,
12224 Jasmine Way.
MOVING! Everything Top
quality. In Charleston Park
SAT. 8-4 & SUN. 12-3
Corner of Sumter & Lorri Cir,
on west side of 1-75 overpass
HUGE 4 FAMILY YARD SALE
Furn., housewares, etc.
SSat. 9 to 1 Household
I items. 2430 Redstone
Av. off Woodhaven & Haver-
land

135 PORT CHARLOTTE
AREA

fRI & SAT 9-2
F1 18535 Edgewater Dr. -
Lots of Misc household
items, furn, clothes, toys,
video games etc


.I- FRI. & SAT. 8AM-2PM
1460 Blue Lake Cr. Off
Capricorn, Deep Creek. Large
variety of misc. items.
F FRI. & SAT. 8AM-2PM.
26055 Constantine
Road, Deep Creek. Boat
items, spinnaker pole, speak-
ers, & lots of misc.
FRI. & SAT. 8AM-3PM
22302 Augusta Ave.
Between Gibralter & Starlite.
Antiques, tools, furniture,
guns, household goods.
D-- FRI., SAT & SUN. 8AM-
4PM 64 Orlando Blvd.
Off Midway or Veterans. Multi
family huge sale. Soup to nuts
D- FRI., SAT. & SUN. 7 1,
691 Chamber St. All pro-
ceeds benefit Breast Cancer
Research.
D SAT. & SUN., 8AM-?,
3665 Brooklyn Ave.
(Behind Gator's)
HUGE SALE:
DSAT. & SUN. 8am-11:30.
12941 Rock Creek Dr.
Moving sale! Furniture, books,
clothing, misc.
SAT. & SUN. 9am-2pm,
22375 Walton Ave. MOV-
ING SALE! Furniture, tools,
few antiques & more!!
SAT. 8am 2pm, 246
1lOrlando Blvd. 3 family
sale several kids/adults
clothes, Halloween costumes,
kids toys, twin Corvette Little
Tykes bed, linens, nick nacks
& more.
--1 SAT. 8AM-3PM. 495
IJRavenswvod Blvd. Furni-
ture, kitchen items, com-
forters, building materials,
(french doors), windows,
stereo, rugs, planters, Too
much to list. North onto Tole-
do Blade by Home Depot go
to Kenilworth turn left at stop
sign, follow to sale.
D SAT. ONLY 8 ?, 2468
Baltic Ave. Off Conway.
Baby items, bassinets, toys,
misc.
SAT. Sept. 10. 8am-
1pm. 26396 Assuncion
Dr. Deep Creek.


-Fri, Sat & Sun. 8-4pm Advertise in
L 23151 Cherry Ave. Fur- The Classifieds!
niture & Tools and lots more.


140 PUNTA GORDA
AREA
"[- FRI. & SAT. 8-1. 261.33
I Notre Dame Blvd, off
Burnt Store Rd. Huge yard
sale, furniture, househc'd
items + more. Rain or shine.
F FRI. & SAT. 8am -4pm,
440 Quail Dr. Off
Cleveland Ave. MOVING
sale, King bedrm set,
$200; New dinette set,
$100; futon, books, book
case, filing cabinets,
antiques, collectibles &
much more. Priced to sell.
n-FRI. & SAT. 8AM-2PM.
2837 Dixie Dr. US 17 to
Riverside, Wilson to Dixie.
New windows, doors, ply-
wood, records, patio furniture
and much more.
FRI. & SAT., 8AM-NOON
1?, 7353 S. Plum Tree
(Burnt Store Meadows) Lots
of assorted merchandise.
EVERYTHING MUST GO!!
NO EARLY ARRIVALS -
OPEN HOUSE, SAT & SUN 1-
4om. 63 Caxias Ct. DEEP
CREEK, brand new stunning
sun-filled 4br +den, 2cg, vault-
ed clgs, priv cul-de-sac, must
see! $319,000 or call owner
(941)-923-2600
SAT. 8-2. 15356 Orchid
Dr., ESPG Hgts, Must
misc., cleaning out. Piles of
paperbacks, .25 ea. Kitchen
& collector plates, fishing
rods, no junk. Reasonable
ISAT. 8am, Street sale.
IF1320 Delido Ct. Off Mari-
on 'Ave. Furniture, TVs, pic-
tures, etc
--THURS., FRI. & SAT.
I18AM-11AM.. 438
Posadas Circle. End of Deep
Creek Blvd. Moving Sale.

145 ROTONDA AREA
D FRI & SAT, 8AM-3PM,
9 Bunker Circle,
Linens, kitchen item, misc
household items & some
furn. Rain cancels .

150 SARASOTA AREA

SAT., SEPT 10TH 10-5P
SUN., SEPT 11TH 10-4P
801 N. Tamiami Tr
FLEA MARKET
Sarasota Municipal
Auditorium
call 954-4165-


155 SOUTH VENICE
AREA

FRI., SAT., & SUN. 8AM-1
423 Belmont Ave. Venice East
MOVING SALE- Furniture, cloth-
ing, toys, collectibles, etc
SAT., 8-12. 741 Bradenton Rd
BIG SALE- dishes, furn., pic-
tures, clothes, much more.
Some proceeds to storm'victims
D SAT., 8AM.
841 W. BAFFIN DR.
Furniture, clothing,,
books, jewelry & misc.
Sat. Sept. 10th, 10am-3pm
PSYCHIC FAIR
Top Readings
15 minutes for $15.00
Free Healings
Angel Ministries
2269 S. Tamiami Tr. Venice
Next to Manasota Carpet
Info: 492-4995 486-8532
2nd Sat. of Every Month
D SAT. ONLY, 8AM-5PM
696 DOLPHIN RD.-
Racing items, cars, car
parts, trailers, boat, van,
washing mach, a/c recovery
mach, toys, clothes, tools,
household. ALL MUST GO!
(941)-492-9794
D SUN. 9AM-?
215 Zephyr Rd.
MOVING SALE W. on Sunset
Beach Dr., Right on Gentian,
left on Zephyr.
Everything Must Go!

160.VENICE AREA

FRI & SAT, 8-12,
529 Shamrock Blvd.,
BR Set, Couch, Tables &
misc. household items!!!
SAT. ONLY 8:30-3:30
455 BOXWOOD DR.
ESTATE SALE BY
ANOTHER GENERATION
Great sale in Sandalwood MHP
{off Center Rd.) Antique furn.
incl. beautiful East Lake bed &
dresser w/mirrpr, secretaire
bookcase, 2 Vic. side tables,
tuffed arm chair- 3 dish sets
.incl. Noritake, lots of bric-a-brac
& kitchen items, vintage sheet
music, dining tbl 6 chairs &
match hutch, sofa,' rockers,
desk, recliner, maple bed &
match dressing table, cedar
chest, patio set & lots more.
Please park courteously

Advertise Today!


TRUSS PLANT
KIMAL LUMBER
COMPANY





HIRING ALL POSITIONS
We will train, no prior
experience necessary,
Stop by and tour our New
Facility. Great Pay,
EXCELLENT BENEFITS
SIGN ON BONUSES
Jackson Road, off of
East Venice Av in Venice,
just follow the signs.
Contact Debbie @ 484-9721
for more information



1
U.S. POSTAL SERVICE tempo-
rary Rural Carriers. Starting
at $12.50/hr + mileage. Must
have reliable vehicle, no cen-
ter console,, automatic, good
driving record & pass physi-
cal. Must be available Mon.-
Sat. (941) 639-7016
Warehouse & Maintenance,
Must have good driving
record. 627-4039
WAREHOUSE/DELIVERY DRI-
VERS WANTED. IMMEDIATE POSI
TION OPEN FOR
WAREHOUSE/CLASS D DELIV-
ERY DRIVERS. GOOD ATTITUDE &
CLEAN APPEARANCE PROGRES-
SIVE CO. W/GOOD BENEFITS.
APPLY IN PERSON 8-3 Mon-Fri,
Window Division, 2233 MURPHY
COURT NORTH PORT.
WE WILL SHOW YOU HOW
TO GET A RAISE WITHOUT
INVOLVING YOUR BOSS!

Morning Newspaper Route
Delivery.

Pay off those lingering bills.

Earn $750-$1600 per month
& keep your present job!

Earn a bonus for exemplary
service.
No collections involved!

If you're an early riser, why
not get paid for it?

Experience is preferred,
but we will train the right
people.

The Englewood
Sun.
Call Steve in Circulation at
681-3000 ext. 227

2110 PARTTIME/
TEMPORARY

ADDITIONAL
INCOME
NEEDED?

EARN $800-$1600 A MO.

(DEPENDING ON ROUTE
AVAILABILITY) r

EARLY MORNING
DELIVERY FOR
THE ENGLEWOOD SUN

Are you available from 2:00
a.m until 6:00 a.m. seven
days a week?

Are you a very conscientious
service-oriented individual?

Are you an early riser? Why
not get paid for it?

No collections involved.

See the kids off to school,
and be there when they get
home.

Earn up to $175 in monthly
bonuses for providing
outstanding delivery service.

You need a reliable vehicle,
valid Florida drivers lic.,, and a
Social Security card.

Routes potentially available
for the right people in Gulf
Cove, Gardens of Gulf Cove,-
Englewood East, Rotonda,
Placida & surrounding areas.


2110 PARTTIME/
TEMPORARY

ENGLEWOOD SUN
NOW INTERVIEWING
QUALITY
INDIVIDUALS
FOR CONTRACTED.
CARRIER POSITIONS
El Jobean, Gulf Cove,
Gardens of Gulf Cove,
Englewood East, Rotonda,
Placida & surrounding
areas.
Excellent opportunity
for service minded
individuals.

Interested parties may
call Steve at
941- 681-3000
ext. 227 or apply in
person at
167 W. Dearborn St.
for very
profitable opportunity.

Must be 18 or older,
have valid FL Drivers'
License, proof of valid
insurance, & reliable
transportation.

FLORAL DESIGNER
Permanent PT experience.
Call (941)-484-4552

HEYI

Looking for
Additional Income?
Interviewing service-
oriented candidates for
newspaper delivery routes
for The Englewood Sun.

Many opportunities available
for the right people,
including monthly bonuses,
unlimited earning potential
and early morning hours,
leaving your days free!

Interested parties may
Contact Steve in
Circulation at 941-681-3000
ext. 227 or apply in person
at: 167 W. Dearborn St.
Housekeeping Part time
position. Apply in person
Wednesday through Saturday
at The Venice Golf and Coun-
try Club, 250 Venice Golf Club
Drive, Venice; FL 34292. Drug
Free Workplace. *


Knock!!! Knock!!!-
Oppoitunity is.
Knocking
; On your Door...


The North Port Sun is
Looking for energetic
individuals To join our
part time sales team

We Offer....

$9.00 an hour plus sales
commissions
3 hour afternoon shifts
Fun work environment
Plus much more more!!!

For details call
Joseph Davis at:
941-429-3011
D/F/W/P E.O.E
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 &
Burnt Store Rd.)
Some of the benefits
of working for yourself
include;
Early morning hours that
don't interfere w/daytime
activities.
$150 to $300. Approx.
-income per week.
Monthly good service bonus
+ new customer rewards.
No Collections!
Our contractor routes are
great for anyone looking for
part-time income from a 2nd
job, retirees, college students,
and Mom's wanting to stay
home withth the kids during the
day! .
Check Out Our
Opportunity and Come
Grow With Us!


For consideration call Steve. Apply to:
in Circulation at Rejine Barjon
The Englewood Sun Charlotte Sun Newpaper
(941) 681-3000 ext. 227 23170 Harborview Rd
Advertising PT Sales position Charlotte Harbor
for Aviation Magazine, sales 941-206-1323
exp reqd. (941)-486-1960 or
joan@moapilot.com Must be over 18 years of age,
have insured vehicle, social


CARRIER FOR Welcome
.Home Magazine for area
of Venice Island, Osprey &
Nokomis. Must be 18 or
older, have dependable
car, valid FL driver's lic.,
proof of insurance, Social
Security card & knowledge
of area. For an interview
contact Sharon Decker
941-207-1004
COUNTER PERSON Part Time
needed for Dolphin Cleaners.
Must be friendly & enjoy the
public. (941) 743-3535




1 IT OUT!
Use the Handy Q In Our New
Improved Garage Sale Ads To
Mark The Locations You Want
To Check Out For Great Bar-
gains.


secruity # & valid drivers
license.

SINGLE COPY
CARRIER
' Needed for The Venice
Gondolier Sun,
Newspaper

3 NIGHTS A WEEK

Applications will be
accepted at the offices
of the
Venice Gondolier Sun,
200 E Venice Ave.
Venice, Florida

Weekend Real Estate Recep
tionist needed for busy office
Please contact Mary/Melody..
(941) 639-3200

ARE YOU ONLINE?
INCREASE YOUR
EXPOSURE!
Add your Internet address
to your ad for a little extra!


2110 PART TIME/'
TEMPORARY

WE WILL SHOW YOU HOW
TO GET A RAISE WITHOUT
INVOLVING YOUR BOSS!

Morning Newspaper Route
Delivery.

Pay off those lingering bills.

Earn $750-$1600 per month
& keep your present job!
Earn a bonus for exemplary
service.

No collections involved!

If you're an early riser, why
not get paid for it?

Experience is preferred,
but we will train the right
people.

The Englewood
Sun.
Call Steve in Circulation at
681-3000 ext. 227

2115 HOME BASED/
BUSINESS

A REAL OPPORTUNITY TO
Earn a Massive Income from
home. Not MLM. No selling.
Call 1-888-231-2779.

2120 POSITION/
JOB WANTED

Lookomg For a Job, Depend-
able, knowledgeable. Painter.
Lic. & ins. Can sub. Own tools
& trans. Carl (863)-990-1799


3000









NOTICES


3010
ANNOUNCEMENTS

DISASTER RELIEF
FUND

Tile & Carpet World
4820 Tamiami Tr
Pt. Charlotte, FL
.33980
941-625-9825

Drop off point Tile &
Carpet World
Deadline for dona-
tions 9-9-05 5pm

We're sending teams,
crews, trucks, trailers
and supplies to Disas-
ter area on M
9-11-05

Things needed:
Non-Perishables
Kid's needs t
Hygiene needs,
Gift Cards f
(Wal-mart & Target)
Financial needs
make check payable
to "Life Church"

People Helping People
Tile & Carpet World
Wachovia Banks
Gold's Gym
Local Business'
and of course YOU!



SUNM r I



PUNTA GORDA
OFFICE S
c
hc
'NOW OPEN FOR t
BUSINESS li

NEW LOCATION

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


3015 HAPPY ADS




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



3020 PERSONALS
RELAXATION STATION
STRESS RELEASE
1225 US 41 unit B3
N of 776 Char. Trade Ctr.
941-625-0141 Hiring,
Apply in person!
SIERRA
(941)-460-1534
ALONE?
SENIORS DATING BUREAU!
RESPECTED, since 1977.
(Ages 50-90) 1-800-922-4477
BAYSIDE RELAXATION
in/out call. Serious only
Venice, NoTPort, & Pt. Char
Engl areas. 941-914-3851
BRANDY 941-627-5736.
9 to 9 M-F
EMERALD CITY Female
Nude Dance Club
Entertainment Always hiring.
941-766-1161
.1225 Tamiami Tr, PC.
FALLEN ANGELS ESCORT
SERIVCE. SERVING ENGLE-
WOOD VENICE AND SOUTH
SARASOTA. NOW HIRING.
941408-4562
Forever Yours
575-1185 Punta Gorda
Let.our all new staff make
your life more enjoyable!
Gentlemen, attractive, easy-
going, 6'1" trim, looking for
lady for LTR possible, 40+.
Bob 941-234-3546
GENTLEMEN ESCORT
For that "Special Occasion"
day or night. (941)-240-2557
gentlemencalling@hotmail.com
->-_4-> ->- ->.- --)I- _* ->
HOT LOCAL SINGLES!
Connect/Meet/Chat!
Ft. Myers 239-590-9210
Sarasota 941-906-8844
Call Now! 18+ Ad#8888

Magical Moments.
An Enchanting Experience.
Call today! (941) 266-8365

3050 SINGLES

Very active male prof, 40ish,
Looking for active female.
Movies, din, beach & more.
call 941-769-9000 anytime.
LIBERAL MATURE (w) gentle-
men, S. Nokomis wishes to.
meet slim non-smoking affec-
:ionate lady interested in an
older person for sincere
freindship, dinners & compati-
ble activities. Recent photo &
phone exchange. Live-in quar-
ters avail, for the right person
,-, 4 r,,h rge fo:.r I;ght house-
.eeprg Wrie i,'.:- FPO B ,
652, Laurel FL 34272 :

3060 SCHOOLS &
INSTRUCTION
2 WEEK CNA TRAINING
$300/incl. book
Quality Healthcare
t. Charlotte 941-625-8933
BLACKJACK
POKER DEALING &
BARTENDING
18 & Over
239-334-6300 Ft. Myers
www.BartenderDealer.com
Spanish/English tutoring or
conversational lessons. My
home, convienent hours, learn
o read & write Spanish/Eng-
sh. 255-3530

3070 BURIAL LOTS/
CRYPTS
LAWN NICHE PACKAGE
WITH BRONZE MEMORIAL
31400. CALL 941-639-9526

3090 LOST & FOUND
ound -Black, nursing


mother dog, off of Veter-
BUSINESS HOURS ans, between Gretna and
Dakota ave. Cant find the
puppies in the woods. Mur-
Monday Friday dock area 629-8040.
FOUND- PIT BULL dragging
7 a.m. 1 p.m. chain in North Port Estates
2 p.m. 4 p.m. area on, Wednesday August
2p.m. 4 p.m. 31st. 941429-9124
FOUND: CELL PHONE (Picture
(941) 205-1000 Phone), found by the Lake by
the Englewood Sports Center
in Monday 9/5/05. Call to
identify. 941-473-8640
FOUND: NEW BICYCLE,
2 Blocks from Venice Police
Station. Call 941-484-3713
S.. to describe.
LOST CAT. Vicinity of
Sunnybrook and Oceanspray.
Neutered male, answers to
Sammy Kitty, black & white
long hair, 2 collers- 1 black
w/bell, 1 yellow w/rabies tag
from N.H. Grandson heart
broken: If you find him,
F Dim oui "heo. c.I please call 474-0011
l.Us1E thelanO"i ..LOST DOG: Male brown Pug,
o' 1 yr. old lost on Little Gaspar-
Io07-1200 VW,eJNtkPA.I lila Island on Labor Day week-
475-2200 Sagtwot end. (813)-282-0269 or (813)-
765-087399


3090 LOST & FOUND
lOST IN ROTUNDA, Black and
Brown Yorkie-Poo. Female
"Toto" Reward. Needs medi-
cine 697-3726
LOST ON HWY 70 W White
Shepherd Syberia Husky
(863)-494-5688


4000








FINANCIAL

4010 BUSINESS
OPPORTUNITIES
DO U WANT CONTROL Of
Your Life. Fire Your Boss.
Stop Climbing The Coporate
Ladder. 888-283-5603
www.choose2bhappy.com
LIQUOR LICENSE. Lee, Char-
lotte, Hardee & DeSoto.
Financing avail. Call (727)
517-0983 or (800) 633-8561

4020 FINANCIAL/MISC.

A LOAN to fit your
mortgage needs!
98% of my clients get
APPROVED!
Call Ross
941-661 -4641 I
Gulfside Mortgage
Service

4080 LOANS/
MORTGAGES

NEAR FORECLOSURE?
BAD CREDIT NO-JOB
NO PROBLEM
INVESTOR LOANS
CASH TODAY'
(941)-416-5915
PRIVATE MONEY
Real Estate Only
625-7001 or 941-475-7755

5000









BUSINESS SERVICES


5050 CHILD/ADULT
CARE
1 Bed S Board for ihe
elderly in m, private h,:mT,e.
Personal care & doctors
visits, 25yrs exp. 473-0512
O'[IA Comluanor, Services, 3
days per week. References
available, (941)-627-8995
COMPANION. SITTER &
TRANSPORTATION SERVICES
References avail. Venice area.
$12.50/r .(941)484-2496
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.
M''IELT. RELIABLE lady WiI tLe
ci,,TO di rOn io elderly. Errands
COOl. It h14lg. 20 yrS er. reld
(941)497-2252 .

5054 CONTRACTORS

Local Licensed General Con-
tractor CBC#1251232, Roof-
ing, Remodeling, New Con-
struction, (941)-391-7071
State Certified General Con-
tractor CG'C023890. Pool
Cages, Lanais, Patios includ-
ing rescreen. (941)-624-6572

5060 DOMESTIC -
CLEANING SERV.
'CLEANING BY DAISY,
Single floor homes only.
(941)484-7710

5080 EXCAVATING/
BUSH HOG
A TRACTOR FOR HIRE
Grading, Lot Clearing, Land-
scape Trees, Hauling, Lic & Ins.
(941)4450369 or 7434888
BOWMAN AND DEVELOPMENT
LOT CLEARING & ACREAGE,
PONDS, HOME & MOBILE
HOME DEMOLITION CLEAR,
FILL & GRADE. UC. &
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 Root's 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
WE DIG LAKES AND PONDS.
No job too big.
No job too small.
(941)-391-3158


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Friday, Sept. 9, 2005, Real Estate Classified


5083 FLOORING

Ceramic Laminate Vinyl
Installations, Lic & Ins. Local
owner operator, est. 1977.
941-661-9793

5085 FENCES

IN-LINE FENCING
Secure your yard.
Reliable & Quality
Work
941-416-7430

5100 HOME & COMM.
IMPROVE.

25% OFF EVERYTHING
Drywall, Painting, Texturing,
Roofs, Carpentry, Windows,
Masonry. (941)-423-9990

. WE DO IT ALL!!!
Old School Construction'
Inc. We Employ All Trades
In House, Old School Work
Ethic. 15 Yrs. Min. Exp.
Per Man CGC062808
Licensed & Insured
Contech BIdg. Corp.
941-345-5273


An Occupational License may
be required by the City and/or DISABLED VET opening
County. Please call the appro- lawn & pressure wash-
priate occupational licensing ing service. Honest &
bureau to verify experienced. Please
CAGES, CAGES CAGES" call for free estimates.
SG3S S CS Vets 10% off. 941-505-
Start in 3 weeks or less!! Vets 10% off. 941-505-
TRI-COUNTY CUSTOM 8918 or 941-623-5981
'CCBUILDERS INC, John's Lawn's. Mowing and
CRC316O Locally owned, Trimming. General Landscap-
over 20 years of experience of ing, Contracts available. Call
,. screen enclosures. 941-627-1440.
Call 941-423-3399 Lv msg.
or 628-9075 cell KING'S HOME & LAWN MAIN-
TENANCE & REPAIR
Campbell Rescreening & We do it all... Inside & out!
Home Improvement, also (941)-488-5729
Handyman Serv, Lic/Ins #
12246. Call 941-286-6330 LAWN SERVICES
Complete Grounds. Mainte-
CONCRETE nance. (941)-484-8686
High Quality Low Price Venice-Nokomis
Driveway, sidewalks, patios Now accepting annual
LICENSED & INSURED contracts in Pt. Char-
Free Estimates lotte, Englewood &
aRotonda. Also avail-
able weeding & trim
service. Royal Dolphin
CONCRETE (941)-661-5509
:Driveways, Sidewalks, TREE STAKING
& Room Additions TREE STAKING
Michael Hodge TREE TRIMMING
941-743.4364 TREE & STUMP REMOVAL
4174343 941-637-8506
GENERAL CONTRACTOR- No or 941-628-3496
job too big or too small. Free SOUTHWEST LAWN
estimates. Lic.# cbc1252632 SERVICE


Call Chris (941)-223-8398

HALLS TRUCKING
SERVICES
Stone*Washed Shell
,.jFil Dirt*Mulch
*Shell Driveways
Installed
*Sm tree/ brush removal
Commercial/residential
clean-ups
--Reasonable Rates
& RELIABLE SERVICE
485-5717 OR 716-3650
H trD a. r.l ll -,EF'.i F'.,
S..,ll EF,"+ _' FEFIEJlIEL
.-References avail, Venice area.
.I it. nr (941')484-2496
Improvements, Renovations
Homre/Office, Large/Small.
L Iside/Out: Venice-Osprey.
S'Paul (941)-266-0772

*HOME RENOVATIONS
*STORM DAMAGE
REPAIRS
KITCHEN CABINETRY
*HURRICANE/SECURITY
PROTECTION
*NEW HOME CONSTRUCTO1




SFree Estimates
Licensed & Insured
CL# CBC046729

Call Jerry at
941-232-1179

PRO. HOME IMPROVEMENT
Everything under the roof!
L,,: Inr: Fel. Carports,
I .]*,:.', .tfii.rf. Screen rooms
& enclosures. (941)-504-8158
QUALITY DECKS
Decorative Concrete coat-
ings, Multi. colors & pat-
terns to choose from.
Polly pebble removal,
"Enhance the look of
your investment!"
Lic/lnsu.
941-716-4232
RESCREENING
S Fast Quality Service:.
Start in 2 weeks.
JimCovington 941-258-4805
Restoration, Remodeling &
New Construction. Marsella
Homes Inc. 4 new plans avail-
able. We deal with your insur-
ance. 941-206-2255 Lic./Ins.
THE CARPENTER, cabinetry,
rotted wood, doors, windows,
.:,.urr r-, ":h.lit fascia;
.i.r.6-.'9 ,,i 627-0657

5110 LAWN/GARDEN
S&TREE

1AASP LAWN CARE
"Accepting New Accts.
North Port Area. Lic. & ins.
941-266-4136 423-0418
Garber Lawn Svcs &
Millennial Garden Designs
Now Accepting new accounts
941-232-0761
A ,. i LA.WrJ iElVIFE .ig
i;LANDSCAPE, hedges,
"nulchirig, sod, weed, feed,
tI'e,] 9 .-'-~: .-- or
iiV,',,941473,7333;.
A CUT ABOVE THE REST
Lawn, shrub/trees, fertilizer
mulch. You set the schedule
Ref's. & Lic. 941-496-9131


5115 LEGAL SERVICES

BANKRUPTCY
DIVORCE
1 Signature Divorce
Missing Spouse Divorce
1-888-376-7891

5120 MEDICAL
SERVICES

ARE YOU LOOKING FOR THA
SPECIAL SOMEONE TO CARE
FOR YOUR LOVED ONES
Expd CNA. Meds, am/pm
safety checks. Call for inf
1(941)-544-2976 Venice/Engl

5130 MOVING/HAULING

GIANGRASSO MOVING
FLA. Mover Reg. No.
IM407 426-3095
ONE ITEM OR WHOLE
HOUSE

HAULING, YARD & GARAGE
CLEAN OUTS. Trash, furni-
ture. Free estimates! (941)-
697-9923 or 268-3256
HAULING. YARD &
CONSTRUCTION WASTE.
Garage Clean Out. Trash.
FURNITURE-ANYTHING!!
426-6379 OR 914-2249
SKIP'S MOVING 766-174C
Local & Long Dist. 1 item or
whole house. Fla. Movers
Reg. # IM1142 Lic. & Ins'

5140 PAINTING/
WALLPAPERING

Bobs Home Care- Painting
inside/out. Pressure Washing
Honey do's. Ref's. & Lic.
941-496-9131 223-0941
HERE COMES OTIS!!
Retired Painter, Needs Paint-
ing jobs. Interior & Exterior &
Pressure Cleaning 488-6853

WAI.PAPERING &
Painting
Interior & Exterior,
No Job too' Big or Small
7 days/wk, Call for free
est. 28 yrs experience
in Venice Area. Jim 492-
3748

5180 PRESSURE
CLEANING

ALL AMERICAN
Pressure Cleaning Services
Licensed.- Insured
,9 I .'- l -'i, : l 9 or T, i ,,
MARK SCAPEROTTA PRES-
SURE WASHING.
BEST QUALITY AND PRICE
LICENSED AND INSURED
(941)544-1066 MARK

5185 ROOFING

CW's Quality Roofing Inc.
All Roofing & Repairs
Lic. #CCC1326175
(941) 423-2899 or 766-8676
ENGLEWOOD ROOFING
Re-roofs are our Specialty.
New Roofs & repairs,
Cail 4-l4.':. 1 ,::.: i i -.'. -
HONEYWELL ROOFING INC
.Quality roofing & repairs
at reasonable rates.
255-3674 Lic.#RC0067344
JAMES WEAVER ROOFING
Free Est. Re-roof, shingle,
new const. 30 yrs. exp.
426-8946 #CCC 1325995


5110 LAWN/GARDEN
& TREE

A JAMISON TREE SERVICE
Complete & Professional
Will Beat Any Estimate!
Free Est. 10% Senior
Disc., Lic. & Ins. 24 Hr.
475-6611 423-0020
A TRACTOR FOR HIRE
Grading, Lot Clearing, Land-
scape Trees, Hauling, Lic & Ins.
(941)445-0369 or 743-8888
ADIRONDACK CHAIRS
Beautiful, hand-made, western
red cedar garden furniture.
(941)-234-6019

ALL PRO LAWN CARE
Now accepting new accts.
Nokomis, Ven. & Island. Lic. &
Ins. For exc. lawn care )
call 4884462

An Occupational License may
be required by the City and/or
County. Please call the appro-
priate occupational licensing
bureau to verify
C. FRATES TREE SERVICE
Trees & Shrubs. Topping,
Trimming & Removal. Since
1984. Licensed & Insured.
(941)-625-4154


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 Venice

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


o 6020 AUCTIONS

ARCADIA SMALL ANIMAL
AUCTION LLC
BUY OR SELL!!
Animals every Friday 7pm
Gen'l. Mdse. every Tues
7pm
Mini 4 wheelers/scooters
& all new items 9/6/05
Saturday Sept. 10th
Class III Exotic Auction
Slpm
Flea Market 8-2pm
Vendors Welcome!
Saturday Sept. 17th
Horse & Tack Auction 5pm
*FREE Saddle
Saturday Sept. 24th 8-2
Flea Market
Vendors Welcome
863-494-1888
Kevin L. Ragan, Owner
AB- 1994 AU-2904

6030 HOUSEHOLD
GOODS

18cuft REFRIGERATOR;
PATIO SET ALL BLONDE
TABLE & 4 CHAIRS W/CUSH-
IONS; PVC furniture, Bar &
2 stools, Dinet set round
glass table w/ 4 chairs &
cushions, 2 Chaise lounges
w/cush 941-697-0680
(2) Bar stools, Cherry wood,
swivel/backs. $85/pr. Dehu-
mrdifier $40.(941)-474-7387
3 wooden stools. $15.
Matching solid oak coffee
table and end table $200.
429-8133
141 Diningroom Sets $150/ea.
i' metal bunk beds, full lower,
I.100/ea. (1) sofa, (1) rattan
sleeper sofa $100/ea. (4) Par-
sons chairs $100/all. (4) end
tables $25/ea. (941)-764-
7922
A FURNITURE SHOPPE
1552 S. McCall Rd., Engl.
Buying Quality Used Fum.
M-F 10-4. 941-473-1986


5185 ROOFING

BETTER'S ROOFING. Serving
Charlotte Co. 18 years. State
certified. (941)-815-8633
Lic. #CCC1325663 & Ins.
TOP LINE ROOFING, Inc.
Residential roofing, re-roof
or roof-over repairs. 23 yrs.
exp. Call (941)-488-3874
for a free estimate today!
Lic. #CCC1326596
Vet Construction offers freer
roofing estimates. New Co.
ready co help w/recovery.
Lic. & Ins. Call 941-468-9978
for appt. CCC1326405


6000
IN Se-*


DiVosta Sarasota has the following jobs available:
* Construction Laborers *-Tabajadores do Construccl6n
* Irrigation Laborers *Wrabajadores do Irrigacl6n
* Landscape Laborers -Tabajadores de Jardlneria


* Rod Busters -Trabajadores do Acero
* Plumbers Plomeros
Call Mike Martin Call Mike Martin
561-248-2431 561-248-2431
Electrical Laborers *-Tabiaadores Electricos
Call Chris Geer Call Chris Geor o
941-809-2011 941-809-2011 S
*Plasterers *Albailies
Call Vem Hobbs Call Vern Hobbs
941-650-3755 941-650-3755
All positions must be able to work In a fast-paced environment.
Apply in person at
6003 Honore Ave. Suite 106, Sarasota, FL 34238
1-75 to Exit 205 (Clark Rd) west and turn loft at Honore Ave.
Immediately take left turn lane to the Boardwalk Bldg.
For Information Call 941-923-1169
*-I J I":--


6030 HOUSEHOLD
GOODS

Bar Stools (4) Oak, 30", swiv-
el tops, no back, brass foo
rest, $100/all, (941)-575
0373
BED 0 ACHES
All new Nasa Visco Memory
Foam. Full or Qn $300.
King $500. New in plas-
tic with warranty Can
deliver 941-518-4787
BED 0 ACHES NEW NASA
VISCO MEMORY FOAM SET
$250. NEW in plastic
w/warr. (941)-737-7662
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 All new 3 pc. King Set,
$120.;
king Pillowtop set, $175.
Can Deliver. (941)-737-7662
WOW
BED On pillowtop
sacrifice $105
Can Deliver
(941)-737-7662
BED Qn set $50
w/warranty.
Can Deliver
(941)-737-7662
BED: DOUBLE, COMPLETE,
dark wood, exc. cond. $150.
941460-9155
BED: Queen size, bronze, only
5 yrs. old, $300.
(941)-488-3366
BEDROOM SET, $100;
bureau, mirrored dresser,
unmatched end table.
(941)-497-3412
BEDROOM SET Queen
Armoiur & dresser, Head &
foot board, Pine, all wood, 1
$600. 941-223-6877
BEDROOM SET, 5 Drawer
Chest & 6 drawer dresser w/
mirror + headboard, $200.,
RECLINERS, 2 matching, $75.
ea. or $125. for both, QUEEN
SLEEPER SOFA, like new!
$200., RECLINER, Stratford,
Exc. Cond. $125., END
TABLES (2) $25. ea., CHAIRS,
Matching Casual, $30. ea.
ALSO MISC. ITEMS. (941)-
629-3598
BEDROOM SET, Qn sz head-
board & mattress set, mirror &
dresser, 4 drawer chest & end
tbl, dark wood, good cond.
$700/obo (941)-916-0451
BEDROOM SET: Queen head-
board, 2 night stands, triple
dresser w/morrors, armoire/
2-dr. chest w/ drawers, white
formica with chrome trim,
$325. (941) 833-4319.
BEDROOM SUITE, Wicker, dbl.
headboard, 2 end tables
(glasstop), dresser (glasstop)
w/mirror, $400. for set. Like
new! (941)-627-9965

BEDS AAA+ TEMPUR
Ortho-PEDIC Nasa
Memory Foam Mattress.
As seen on TV, 10 Yr. WTY
Q retail $1,699. sell $499.
K cost $1,899. sell $599.
Free Del. W/ AD!
All sizes,
AIR & ADJUSTABLE,
TEMPUR-PEDIC @
WHOLESALE Prices
MATTRESSDR.COM
(866)-476-0289
BEDS: 1 Twin & 1 Full size,
w/frames, exc. shape.
$50/ea. (941)-705-3448
BEDSRPEADS, SHAMS,
Valance and throws, full size
$350. (941)-629-3387
BLUSH color wood TV cabinet
$350. Sofa & love seat, pas-
tel $350. (941) 505-0231.
BOOKCASES (3) $50/EA
WITH LARGE STORAGE
SPACE; 2 WHITE, 1 CHERRY
82" TALL 37" W 18"D
941-484-4159, Nokomis
BR Set, 7 pcs. grey formica,
)BL OR QN, exc. cond.,
$325. (941)-429-1294
CARPET, 19x8, new never
used, Cream Frieze, Berber,
perfect for bedroom or mobile
home. Paid $35/yd, sell
$150/obo. Approx. 16 square
yards. Can be cut to fit.
Please call 941-764-0730
COMFORTER, SHAMS, skirt,
and valance full size. $35.
941)-629-3387
COMPUTER DESK SET, 5 pc.
glasstop Cherrywood w/ 2
rawer filing cabinet. $900.
941)-505-0488
;OUCH & LOVE SEAT. pillow
iack, tan w/ mauve & light
ilue big flowers, like brand
iew, $400. (941)-629-5875


.1 BUY Virginia Ave. and
FURNITURE R Sullivan St.)
ANYTHI 1 OP VALUE
PIECE I BUSINESS HOURS

ESTATE 941-485-4964 Monday Friday

KING SIZE BEDROOM SET,
extra large dresser, 2 night 7 a.m. 1 p.m.
stands, w/frame $300. 2 p.m. 4 p.m.
Navy blue recliner $75. .m. 4 p.m.
Queen size sofa sleeper.
$300. Entertainment center (941) 205-1000
$200. Dining table & 4
leather swivel chairs $75. QUILTS/ Comforters, (12)
End table & lamp $10. End handmade, inventory reduc-
table $10. 5 patio chairs, tion sale, many sizes/colors,
end table, $30. Exercise $30 &up. (941)-624-2940
machine $25. Mirroredend RECLINER LA-Z-BOY black,
table $15. All in exc. cond.xReC $249; KingBOY aly
(941)-627-5716 x shape $249; King Sealy
pillow top matt & box, x
KITCHEN TABLE, 4 CHAIRS shape $249; white
Glass Top, Rattan, Blond. $75 wrought iron qn. head &-
Please call 941-624-6047 foot board. 941-323-0180
LAMPS, 2 Burgandy, $20. ea. RECLINERS (2) All Leather
or 2 for $35., 1 White, $15., barcaloungers, Like new,
1 Touch Lamp. $20. ALL like Lifetime warranty $275/ea
new! (941)-627-9965 $500/pair. 941-486-1829
LANAI SET, beautiful 18-pc tro-
pitone set. White w/white & Round glass table w/4 wicker
green cushions. Replacement chairs, natural, $100. Com-
over $10,000. Asking $2700 puter desk, Ig. 2 drawers and
(941)-809-2404 filing cabinets & hutch. $50.
Leather Sofa Hunter Green, 3 423-6776
seat, 2 recliner, 92" good con- SECTIONAL SOFA, beige,
edition. 766-8837' $300 obo. (941)-625-5712


FKIMAL
I LUMBER
COMPANY


6030 HOUSEHOLD 6030 HOUSEHOLD
GOODS GOODS
COUCH, L/R Chair, occasional LIVING ROOM SLEEPER SOFA,
t chair (French style), Coffee matching reclining loveseat,
- table, Like new. $1100. exc. cond. $295. (941)-497-
941-488-3366 6678 or
Couch/Loveseat microfiber 941-416-4659
all reclining Ivory Needs Livingroom Set, Sofa & Love
cleaned $400. White/Wood Seat, Seafoam Green fabric, 2
microwave cart $30. Corn- end & 1 coffee table, white
puter Desk black/light wood wash wood w/glass tops, exc.
w/ file drawer, shelves, cd cond., $500/all, (941)-380-
holder $100. Coffee/end 6710
tables tile & glass Unique
$300. All OBO Call 628- ILIVING RM SOFA $200; Chair
3703 or 235-0022 $200; Coffee table $40; exc
cond (941)-497-6706
DESK- ROLL TOP, Ben Franklin,
oak, plenty of drawers & slots. LOTS OF FURNITURE Must
$385. (941)-698-0733 sell!! Dining and Bedroom set,
home accessories. 276-2390.
DESK: SECRETARY DESK,
French Prov. Exc. cond. LOVE SEAT, $100., CHAIR,
$300. (941-497-6678 or Rose colored, w/ OTTOMAN,
941-4164659 $100., KITCHEN TABLE w/ 2
chairs, $100. ALL like new!
DINETTE SET, glass top, 4 (941)-627-9965
chairs, $350. BAKER'S
RACK, (matching) $50. All in MAT & box 1-2-3 sizes
exc. cond. Call 941-637-6307 All brand new Full $80,
Dinette Table, heavy formica, QN $80 & KG $140. Still
36x60, with extension, 4 in plastic w/warr. Can
beige, leather, padded chairs. deliver 941-518-4787
$100 FIRM. 941-575-7886 MATTRESS all Tempur
MATTRESS all Tempur
DINING ROOM SET, cherry, 6 Authentic NASA VISCO
padded chairs, (2 arm chairs), MEMORY FOAM new in
2 leaves, $750.
(941)-4864284 plastic Full OR Qn,
$310; Kg $510 with
Dining Room Set w/8 chairs, It warranty, can deliver.
China Hutch & Buffet, $500 941-518-4787
obo, Sofabed & loveseat
$400 obo (941)-473-0623 MOVING Qn bedrm set, full
DINING ROOM TABLE, 3 size sofa bed, sofa, coffee &
leaves, hutch, server, 6 chairs end tables & lamps. 941-255-
$800. 2 burgandy floral rugs, 5672
1 large $25 & 1 small $15. MOVING- bar stools, loveseat,
Exc. cond, (941)-743-9155 din. rm tbl w/4 chair, gas grill,
or 456-4602 dresser mirror. 941-276-5003
DINING ROOM table, 4 chairs.
Glass top 44in. Lovely, NP
bronze tone, Tuscan style. A
$300. New cond.
941-505-0500 Enter your classified ad online
DINING ROOM, Table, 60" L, and pay with your credit card.
w/3 leaves, pads, 6 chairs, It's fast, easy, and convenient.
antique white, French style, Go to sun-herald.com/classi-
$350. Also other pieces of fieds.
furniture, 941-488-3366 Fast Convenient Easy
Sun-Herald.com/classifieds
DINING ROOM- Lighted hutch (Visa or Mastercard)
& matching table, dark wood,
brass front. $150. obo (941)- YTS -
276-3587 U
Dining/Game Table, 4
chairs, Robb & Stuckey, -
brand new, $300; Washer
Dryer, $50. Call (941)-628-
9030 Oak table W/4 airs $2
Chest Freezer $50. Oak Qn.
Diningroom Set, Glass Top head/foot board. $100. 941-
Table, 6 Chairs, $150, Dinette 426-8932
Set, glass top table, Bamboo, PATIO FURN., large table, 6
round, 3 chairs $50 Bamboo PATIO FURN., large table, 6
Fan Back Chair $25. (941- chairs, poly vinyl, exc. cond.
661-4798 $200. (941)497-6678 or
941-416 4659
EASY CHAIRS, (2) w/
ottomans, w/ rug, exc. cond. U
$250 / all, (941-743-8730 S-T L
END TABLE, white, $25., NEWSPAPERS
TABLE, glasstop wicker, $50.,
TV CART, $35. ALL like new!
(941)-627-9965 PUNTA GORDA
END tables/cdffee table $125 TA GORDA
for' set. Sofa bed (double) OFFICE
$150. (2) Table lamps $60.
Floor lamp $75. Magazine NOW OPEN FOR
stand $15. Stand w/floor
lamp....$40. .Room divider BUSINESS
screen $25. (941) 505-0231.
EXECUTIVE DESK w/ 2 desk NEW LOCATION
chairs, $225., SOFA, $200.,
ROCKER, leather glider w/ 331 SULLIVAN ST
ottoman, $125., DINETTE re 2so
TABLE, glasstop w/4 chairs & (Green 2-story
2 barstools, $275. (941-505- house, ground fl,
0488 Corner nf West


6030 HOUSEHOLD
GOODS

Side by Side Fridge w/ice
Maker & Water Line $50, Wall
Unit for 27" TV $50, Kenwood
Surround Sound Speakers (5)
2 Rear,2 Front, 1 Ctr, 1Bass
Box $50, (1) Hi-Chair 35 Pak-
N-Play $50 Used Twice Call
743-8794 4pm 9pm
SLEEP SOFA, good condition.
$100 obo.
941-505-0500
SLEEPER Sofa, loveseat,
rocker, peach/bge flora, exc
cond. $400 (941)-426-5268
SLEEPER SOFA, Sealy, good
cond. $125 (941)-828-0171
after 5
Sleigh Bed, solid oak, full size,
in new cond. $199. Dresser
w/hutch, 3 drawer, like new
$150 (941)-286-4348
SOFA & LOVESEAT, Pine Fac-
tory. Foam cushions are only
3 yrs old. Very durable.
$150 obo. 941-743-0901
Sofa Bed Queen & Love Seat.
Exc. cond. Muted floral. Mov-
ing, $195/pr, (941)-624-6845
Sofas (2) off white Bernhardt
w/single cushion seats & 4
back pillows $500/pair, 2 It
blue swivel Rocker chairs
$150/pair, 4 piece coffee tbi
set $150/all, Ig ent ctr, holds
36" TV w/doors & glass $250,
white high tbl w/2 high stools
$150 all neg. (941)-497-1472
TABLE & CHAIRS, BAMBOO,
48" glass top. $300. Casio
Player, like a piano, $75. and
other items. (941)-488-2177
Twin Bed,complete, no head-
board, good cond. $60, (941)-
255-3454
WALL unit, 3 pc walnut, center
& 2 angled ends. 72Wx20Dx
80H. $599. (941)-637-;319
after 6pm
WATERBED, Queen size, Hard-
ly used, 8 water cylinders,
Compl. $125. 941-629-5243

6040 TV/STEREO/RADIO

36" TOSHIBA w/ matching
stand, 3 yr warr. Picture per-
fect $800. 941-697-8952
61" Sony Projection TV, exc.
condition, 3 yrs old, $1600.
941-284-3646
FREE 10' SATELLITE DISH.
YOU TAKE DOWN. NO RUST.
(941-697-9123
Gameboy Advance w/ snake
lite; $60. Home theater sys.
lO00watts. 6.1ch, new;
$529. 941-626-2383


Philips Magnavox color 19" TV 473-8558. Lift avail. also
w/stand. $80. 941-627-5872 PRIDE JAZZY power chair/
scooter. Used 1 month. Cost
$5600 sell $1450. (941)-


6070 ANTIQUES
COLLECTIBLES

Ball & Claw Piano Stool $85.,
Oval Drop Leaf Farm Table
$185., 2 Bentwood Chairs
1800's Plank Seat Orig. Paint
Both $95., Oak Chair 1930's
$35., 4 Wrought Iron Kitch.
Chairs 1950's Need Paint
Rusty $85., Email Pictures
863 4946499
I BUY WW I II, helmets,
insignia, knives, patches,
etc. etc. (941)-624-6706
ANTIQUE LARKEN DESK-
BOOK CASE Oak, ex cond.
$395. (941)-497-6678 or
941-416-4659
China Cabinet $300. Far East
Display Cabinet $400. Primi-
tive Kitchen Buffet $500 +
other items. (941)-764-7922
WANTED: Antique Car Parts,
manuels, lit. Lic. plates,
automobilia. 941-408-9601

6090 MUSICAL

Al MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
"JACK'S PLACE"
Sun Flea Market-Fri/Sat/Sun
Going Out Of Business Sale!
Lg. selection'of instruments!
BLESSING TRUMPET, SILVER
W/HARD CASE. $200. HOR-
TON TRUMPET, LIKE NEW,
BRASS W/HARDCASE, &
CLEANING KIT. $250. REMO
SNARE DRUM, W/HARD
CASE, STAND & STIX, $175.
941-697-8416
Organ Model: Gulbransen,
Excel. Cond., $750. obo
941-255-5037
PIANO, ACROSONIC,
88 keys, with bench,
$350 firm. 941-627-2607
ROLAND E12, Intelligent Key-
board $350 obo. (941)-764-
6797
Yamaha APX-4-12A 12 string
A/E $250. Alvarez 1978 12
string w/case $200. Wash-
burn offset V electric w/case
$250. Washburn 6 string A/E
$125. Ibanez 6 string thin-
body A/E w/case
$225.Peavey 7 channel dual
power PA & mixer w/2 12" PA
speakers & stands $300. Call
Ray at 941-815-8056

6095 MEDICAL

Electric Mobility by Rascal
with electric seat lift. $950,
(941)-629-6651
Never used, Fold and Go, ultra
light, scooter. $1,500.obo
day 441-1488 after 7pm 423-
8987
PRIDE JAZZY power chair/
scooter. Used 1 month. Cost
$5600 sell $1450. (941)-


TV- RCA LXI, console, 27" 473-8558. Lift avail, also
$125/obT V941m49m290ak* Pride Victory 3 wheel power 6135 BICYCLES/
scooter, cherry red, like new, TRICYCLES
$1000/firm. 941-493-2451
6060COMPUTER Rascal, large, with W/cover BICYCLE AUTO CARRIER,
EQUIPMENT excellent condition holds 5 bikes, FITS 2" trailer
$1,200.obo 941-426-3693 hitch, $75. (941)-698-0733
2- Complete, for students or REMOTE ELECTRICAL hospital BIKES 3 SPEED & (1)
$80/$100 obo. 6974355 bed, works great. Brand new single speed ladies, $40/ea.
never slept on orthapedic (941-6614065 North Port
941-629-6337 Dave for mattress- matt was $500. HUFFY MOUNTAIN BIKES HIS
Prompt professional in-house Total price $350/obo. (941)- & HERS 26" 18SPD,
Computer repair. Instruction 966-7752 $50/BOTH 941-474-0109
& Upgrds. Days/Eves/Wknds SCOOTER, electric Ultra-Lite Raleigh M-80, mountain bike,
H. P. PRINTER folding model, never used, 21 speed, rock shox, alloy
LEXMARK NEW $45 $1500/obo (828)-877-5446 frame ,,vrv, iRh. ittl ,,e


CALL 941-624-6047
NEW & REFURBISHED
COMPUTERS, also repairs.
Training provided in your
home. John 941-234-7249

6065 CLOTHING/
JEWELRY

Solitair .50pt center, 60
princess sides. 18kt mount.
Ask for price. 941-626-2383.

6070 ANTIQUES
COLLECTIBLES

DINING TABLE w/6 chairs, 3
leaves, $300. cast iron wood
burning stove, $50. obo 941-
204-0160
ALWAYS BUYING CHINA
Antiques, Paintings, Silver
New England Antiques
(941) 639 -9338
ANTIQUES WANTED
China, Glassware,
Furniture, Sterling
Silver and Most Items
Over 50 Yrs. Old.
Call Pete 475-6694 or
429-1139


TRUSS PLANT
OPEN HOUSE
SATURDAY
SEPT. 10TH
8AM NOON


6110TREES & PLANTS

DEVILS TRUMPETS
PURPLE & YELLOW
(941)-426-9670
FREE REMOVAL OF
Washingtonia's, Queen palms
up to 30'. We pay cash for
Pineapples, Sylvesters, &
Reclanata Palms.
NO CABBAGE/SABAL PALMS
941-485-9107 OR 863-
491-8193
OYSTER PLANTS, VIBURNUM &
EUGENIA, BLACK OLIVE, FOXTAIL
ALL KINDS OF PALMS,
Reasonable prices. 941-488-7291

SEPTEMBER SPECIAL
On Beautiful 10-12'
LIVE OAKS $165.
Volume discount
941-234-6697


$175, (941)-639-2803

6138 TOYS

SWING SET- wooden, brand
new, small fort, rock wall, slide
& swings. Orig. $288; ask
$200/obo. (941)-426-8604

6140 PHOTOGRAPHY/
VIDEO

CANON DIGITAL REBEL PLUS
EXTRAS...Mint cond. $500
941-484-8386
CANON DIGITAL SLR 10D w/
3 yr ext. warr. + extras. $750.
941-484-8386

6145 POOL/SPAN
& SUPPLIES

5 pers lounger, blue marble,
very good cond. 120/240V.
(941)-468-5342 $850.


WESTAT, a social science survey research
corporation headquartered in Rockville, MD
has a telephone interviewing center in
Sarasota. We conduct nationwide surveys on
subjects that include education, health,
transportation and environmental issues. We
are recruiting now for individuals who can
work 9 PM to midnight weekdays and
some weekend hours. If you have a clear
speaking voice, an interest in research and
can work a minimum of 16 hours per week,
please call 800-288-9738 for more
information. This is not telemarketing.
We are hiring ENGLISH and SPANISH speaking
interviewers.
For English language interviewers we offer:
$8.25 per hour weekdays
before 10:00 p.m.
$10.25 per hour weekdays
after 10:00 p.m. and all day
Saturday and Sunday
For Bilingual, Spanish/English interviewers
we offer:
$10.25 per hour weekdays
before 10:00 p.m.
$12.25 per hour weekdays
after 10:00 p.m. and all day Saturday and Sunday.
We offer:
Paid Training.
*Bonus Programs.
*Absolutely no sales or setting appointments
for sales calls.
Call 800-288-9738 for more information


6120 BABY ITEMS

BABY'S PLAYPEN SIZE CRIB
W/ MATTRESS, NEW. $55.
(941)-743-4454
CRIB, 3 in 1 plus
accessories, $100.
(239)-543-4595
Little Tykes Toddler Race Car
Bed w/mattress, $100, (941)-
235-0022

6125 GOLF
ACCESSORIES

GOLF CART, 2001, EZ-GO
battery, back seat, high speed
chip, lift, wide knobby tires,
$2690. Call 941-629-8803

6128
EXERCISE/FITNESS

BUYING & SELLING USED
Treadmills, Exercise bikes,
weight equip., Schwinn Force
by Nautilus Bowflex for
$499.95. Play It Again
Sports. US41, Just South
of Midway. 941-255-1378

6130 SPORTING
GOODS

BERETTA 92F 9mm, $400,
firm. Beautiful cond.
(941)-697-0646
DO YOU CANOE? FOUND
OUT MY KIDS WILL NOT.
NEW INDIAN RIVER 17' &
16' DELUX TRIM MODLES
WITH NEW TRAILER
$1200. 941-625-8984
FN, 5.7 X 28 pistol, new in
box w/holster & ammo,
$1,150/obo, (941) 416-1033
Glock Mod 27, 40 Cal. 6 Mts,
New, Extras $450. Firm
941-629-7567
Golf Cart, Yamaha, very good,
full folding, windshield, roll
down sides, lights, charger,
$950 941-629-3688
GUN CABINET, holds 8 guns,
solid wood, lighted, pd $250,
sell $125. (941)-429-7748
PENN 20 International & cus-
tom rod $225; PENN Jigmas-
ter 500S + sabre custom rod
$90; Tarpon 5-1/2' $300.
(9411-697-3122
POOL TABLE- professional
made of slate, 2 sets of balls,
sticks & rack incl. $800/obo.
(941)-456-6681
RUGER mini 14 stainless
Ranch Model. $500. *SOLD!*
SHOTGUN 12 ga. Over &
Under. Like New $500. Call
(941) 628-5573
Whites Coinmaster metal
detector, 6 db, $100. Com-
plete Dacor diving outfit,
$300. 2 10 Senator 6/0,
rods & reels w/line
$150/both. (941)-637-0624


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& SUPPLIES

AMERICASPAS Monaco 5-6
person, 7'8"x8'7"x33" seldom
used. like new. '04 Model.
Retail $5100 Sacrafice
$1450. 941-698-1647
Hot Springs Hot Tub, seats 6
only 1 year old $4000 obo.
276-2390.
HOT TUB/SPA
5 PERSON NEVER USED
lounger, deluxe redwood cabinet
5hp, 24 JETS. $1495.
Call 941-544-0281
Raypak 115 heat cool pool
heater 6 ton coopernickel ,
HEX $2500. 863/990-4843
MANUFACTURER DIRECT
GET MORE FOR YOUR $$$
View Spas at: eemspas.com
7 Day Showroom 941-371-5259

6160 LAWN & GARDEN

WANTED: Side bagger
assembly for late model
21" LAWNBOY lawnmower.
Need green attachment,
bag & metal bar. (941)-
207-1000 ask for Carol
WANTED: Sleeper sofa in
exc cond. Light Florida
colors. (941)-207-1000
ask for Carol
6.25 h.p. Lawn Boy, well kept,
Craftsman 1.5 h.p. weed
eater gas, Craftsman electric
edger, $200/all/obo, (941)-
258-1124 local
Carlisle turf saver tire. 18-
950X8. New, 2-ply. $25.
McLaine lawn edger, $75.
941-627-5872.
Craftsman lawn edger, used
once, gas, like new. $100.
423-6776
Craftsman Lawn Tractor 2003
18HP, 42 Mower, Electric
Start, 6 Sp. $600. 575-9801
Earn $50/hr in your own busi-
ness. Verti-Cutter walk behind,
2 engines, all hydraulic
,$1900. Toro Z-Master with
48" mower & bagger, 103
hrs., picks up Verti-Cutter
thatch $4900. Both X cond.
Retiring 941-662-0182
LAWN MOWER, $75.
ELEC. WEEDEATER. $35.
941-475-5804.
MANTIS tiller, $150; Poulon
chain saw, 16" $50; flame
thrower, $25. 941-429-4840
MOWER, PROLAND, rider,
19hp, 21", Proland
weedeater, both 6 mos old,
$900. both. (941)-875-086.8
MTD Riding Lawn Mower, 38'
Cut, 13 hp, Needs stirring
work, $125 (863)-494-9029
NICE RIDING MOWERS
$200-$500. NO JUNK
941429-0079


6160 LAWN & GARDEN

Push Mower, works $50.
Ducane gas grill, Stainless
steel/black, rotisserie, cover,
works great $100. All OBO
Call 628-3703/235-0022
RIDING MOWER SNAPPER
$350.
Call (941)-493-2134
Snapper Rider, 11 h.p.,
$375/obo, recent tune-up,
runs good, electric or pull
start, (941)-743-0678
Snapper Rider, 28" cut, 12.5
h.p., grass catcher, elec.
start, exc. cond. $450, SOLD
STAGHORN FERN. 4 ft. by 4
ft. Healthy. $800. 484-1518
please leave name & number.
Walker Zero Turn 25hp water
cooled, 48" cut, 7BSL catch-
er 25hrs. $7600. 626-7825
WANTED RIDING MOWERS
If died don't panic
will pay cash to pick-up.
941429-0079

6165 STORAGE SHEDS/
BUILDINGS

SHEDS NOW IN PT. CHAR!
NEW LOCATION!
2.5 MILES EAST OF THE 1-75
OVERPASS ON KINGS HWY.
PRICED TO SELL!
FAST DELIVERY!
(941)-623-3742
(352)-634-5183
Storage bins, RV &
Boat storage available.
Secured Public Storage.
863-993-1355
STORAGE shed, 10x13, steel,
walk in w/ wood floor, take
away. Save, cost was $475,
yours for $300. (941)-575-
0754
WOOD SHED- 5x7x7, white, 5
yrs. old, hardly used. You
remove. $200. 941-493-9204

6170 BUILDING
SUPPLIES

Ceramic tile, 12x12, rustic,
terracota like color, $0.50/sf.
Large quantity. 941-585-9500
DESIGNER LAMINATED
FLOORING Never used.
30% thicker. $.90 sq. ft.
Must sell. 239-3344839
HURRICANE PANELS
35 panels. Total of 200 Sq. Ft.
50 mil. white, aluminum with
all hardware and tracks neces-
sary for installation. Cost
$1400 Sell $500. Call 941-
637-6307
Laminate Oak wood flooring,
359sq.ft, 7.3 ml. $300 941-
575-0313 or 941-916-3139.


6170 BUILDING
SUPPLIES

LEADED GLASS panels, 2
23x75 suitable for doors, win-
dows, deco. screen, custom
made, cost $1500. both
$300. (941)-505-0007
WINDOWS: (4) 36 X 37; (3) 36
X 49.5 (bathrm); (2) 18.25 x
37 $55 obo all. Small cab.
$10; corner cab. $200; (2)
doors $5 set. (941)637-0339

6180 HEAVY/CONST.
EQUIPMENT
3 pt. attachments, all less
than 1 yr old, King Kutter 4'
deck $400; Howse 5' rake
$200; Howse 4' box blade
$200. Call 941-639-5060

6190 TOOLS/
MACHINERY

Concrete Chop Saw, Makita,
$450, slightly used, less than
1 yr old. (941)-268-6329
Craftsman 10 inch radial arm
saw $125.00. Call after
5:30 p.m. 941- 629-7056
Delta Direct Drive Table saw
$150, 10" Radial Arm Saw
$150 ea., 15" Scroll Saw
$50. Office (941) 639-7006
or After 6pm (941) 625-5442
ENGINE HOIST 2 Ton. New
cond, folding, used once.
$135.00. 941-276-6618
GENERATOR 3500kw, New in
box, Never used, 6hp,
$450. 941-474-0109
Huge lot of heavy equipment
mechanic tools. (941)-625-
7008
Shopsmith/joiner/plainer
500.00 20" grizzly plain-
er 475.00 3600rpm 4"
intake shop vac $350.
941-916-4404
TRENCHER, 1995 DITCH
Witch, walk behind trencher,
w/trailer, $2650. 941-628-
3815.

6220 OFFICE/BUSINESS
EQUIPJSUPPLIES

HUNDREDS OF Pre-owned
desks, files, chairs, confer-
ence tables, partitions,
workstations. All at huge
savings. Office Outfitters
881 E. Venice Avenue
Venice 485-7015 or
1- (800)-330-9215

6230 PETS &
LIVESTOCK

GIVE A HOMELESS CAT
or KITTEN A SECOND
CHANCE! 492-6200
St.. Francis Animal Rescue
Adoptions to qual. homes.


6230 PETS &
LIVESTOCK

4 SIAMESE kittens, loveable,
litter trained, weaned. Free to
good home. Good with kids &
other pets. 941-637-1732
55GAL. AQUARIAM w solid
oak stand & hood. Light strips
& Extras $250. 941-270-2497
6 mo. old Bunny with
cage. Very tame. $25.
429-8133
AA Pets & Feed
NICE PUPPIES
(941) -743-3045
American Bull dog mix, young,
fun, loving, neutered, shots,
$50 (239) 272-3713
Aquarium 55 gal. w/stand &
all accessories, $75/obo,
(941)-766-1589
BIRD CAGES gray, Ig, 3x4x6h,
w/divider, $225. 2x2x4-1/2
$110. Both exc. cond. (941)-
613-3623
Burmese mix, loving kitten,
fixed, shots, $40, (941) 554-
2390 collierrescue.com
Chocolate Lab found near Bob,
Evan's in Ptch. His name tag on
the collar reads "Hank". He is at
the PTCH Animal Shelter
Cockatoo, Peach crest, Gof-
fin, female, talks, tame,
sweet.$750.obo 426-4030
Cocker Spaniel puppies, 8
wks AKC 3 Female. Beautiful
colors all shots w / health
cert. $500 941-391-3844.
Declawed Tortoiseshell, lov-
ing, spayed, shots $40 (941)
554-2390 collierrescue.com
DESOTO DOGS
Training Center. Enroll Now!
(863) 993-1160
DOG TRAINING House-
breaking, Puppy problems,
Obedience. Oct. 25th Next
class 922-2497 or 485-6672
EXOTIC BIRD FAIR, SEPT 11
9-4pm, Egypt Shriner
Bldg, 4050 Dana Shore
Dr, Tampa (941)-232-2668
FREE SWEET INDEPENDENT
FEMALE CAT 2 YRS OLD,
SPAYED & 3 MO OLD MALE
KITTEN (941-223-8346
FREE German Shepherd
male BIk/tan,1lyr old,all
shots,neuter,house trained.
Needs Loving Atn/Care.
941-286-1138
FREE LOVEBIRDS
2 fischers, 2 others
941-697-7383
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6230 PETS &
LIVESTOCK

HORSE OF
YOUR VERY
OWN

Ever dreamed of owning a
horse of your very own, let
us show you how. We now
have available registered
quarter horses and a Ten-
nessee walker. Our staff
will be able to help you
make a choice that is right
for you. Reasonably
priced for years of love
and enjoyment.

BWR Ft. Ogden:
Contact Dave
941-234-7660



Horse
Pasture
Beautifully maintained
acreage off Hull Ave in Ft.
Ogden $250/mo. Per
I ':,r,' ,u fi..
(P .'.:vIg J dU t.Ilj dn
feeding upon request.)
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HAY FOR SALE
BWR Ft. Ogden:
Contact Dave
41-234-766



HORSES FOR
SALE
We have a wide variety of
horses available.
PAINTS, PALOMINOS,
REINING, CUTTING,
QUARTER &
TENNESSEE WALKER
AT REASONABLE
PRICES. -
Let our experienced man-
ager and trainer put you in
the
saddle of the right one.
BWR Ft. Ogden:
Contact Dave
941-234-7660

Large pet crate for dog; $50.
Pet cage; $40. Aquarium;
$35. 941-626-2383
Male Arabian 3 yrs old, $600
Paint 3 yrs $600 Arabian 1.5
yrs $600 (8631-993-0717

Mini Dachsund Pups ACA
3 Blk/Tan I Unique
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neutered, shots $50. (941)
554-2390 collierrescue.com NEW AD
GREAT DANE AKC Blue Merle
Hound, young, fun, loving, Stud Service, Proven, last lit-
neutered, shots $50 (941) ter of 11 (9411-504-1762
554-2390 collierrescue.com


6230 PETS &
LIVESTOCK

Needed: Adopters, Foster
Homes, Volunteers, Spon-
sors, Donations. Rescued
felines looking for a good
home.
Also Barn kitties avail-
able neutered/spayed,
rabies shots.
CAT DEPOT
Call for information
941-351-0824


6250 APPLIANCES 6250 APPLIANCES


A & A APPLIANCES
LIKE NEW!
Refrigerators $75, Washers
$75, Dryers, $75, Dishwash-
ers, $99, Stoves $75, Stack
laundry $199. Side-By-Side
Refrigerators starting at
$149. Delivery available.
100% Guaranteed
(941)-627-4104
APPLIANCE WORLD Wash-
er or Dryer $95 & up
Ranges/Refrigerators


NEW AD $1uu & up
PUG -ACA Fawn, UP TO 1 YEAR WARRANTY
Stud Service, "SPECIAL" Washer/Dryer
(941-504-1762 $129 ea or $249 set
POMERANIAN 12 Wk, T-Cup. Delivered 766-0226
Fluffy white. Pre-loved, pre- APPLIANCE PACKAGE
cious. Companion for mature Brandnew GE bisque, never
owner. $450. 429-9373a used: 26 cub. ft. side-by-side
RAT TERRIER Pups. Show refrigerator, 30" smooth top
Quality. $450 up DESOTO range, 1000 W micro hood,
DOGS (863) 993-1160 potscrubber dishwasher,
$2,500 all. (941) 575-7065.
SHIH TZU PEKINESE mix,
male, 10 weeks, sweet & play- DISHWASHER $75; 30"
ful puppy with all supplies. RANGE, self-clean $100 Both
$400. 941-204-0332 Hotpoint. & in exc..cond; BAR-
BECUE GRILL, gas, & tank
'*HIH TIU'i: '...,i : :, $35. Call 941-624-6047
T -) -, Iu ljri,-i :u '. :lj,.
Colors. Friendly clowns FREEZER, UPRIGHT, 5 CU.FT.
$425-$450 941-429-9412 less than 1 yr. old. $125.
(941-473-3960
Shih-Tzu pups reg. Born
8/18/05. 941- 268-4672 or FREEZER, UPRIGHT, SMALL.
639-1086 $50. Call (941)-475-5804.
SHIHTZU PUPPIES, 9 weeks FRIGIDAIRE RANGE, Almond,
old, AKC registered, $650/ea. Very clean, $100., DISH-
(941)-474-1163 WASHER, Maytag w/ black
door, like new, $100. Please
Siberian Huskies, Only 2 call (941)-661-8506
left. Registered $500
each. Call 863-491-8964. Kenmore Heavy Duty Chest.
T W r, R. o, Freezer. 5.0 Cubic Feet of
TN Walker, Reg. 16yrs old, storage space.
gelding, sorrel, a real lover. Less than one year old.
Intermediate to Exp. rider, First $100.00 tai .: -
$2500. (941)-505-1100 Call 941-255-9214.
WE'RE OPEN MICROWAVE OVEN, over the
Pet Owner's Warehouse stove, $75. Stove, glass top,
2686 Tamiami Trail $200. Dishwasher, $125. All
Port Charlotte clean and working condition.
627-4787 (941)-505-0670
YORKIE, 10 wk. small male. NEW, NEVER USED, Kenmore,
Doll faced, velvet coat. Per- dishwasher $125. 423-2157
fect specimen. Cute, sassy Refrigerator, GE, 7.2 cu. ft.,
companion. $695.429-9373 self defrost, good shape
YORKIE-POO PUPPY Adorable, almond, $100/obo, Freezer,
16wks, white male, w/kennel, upright, white, 14 cu. ft., self
$350. 624-3173. defrost, 6 mos. old, locking,


6250 APPLIANCES

2ND HAND TREASURE
Stoves $95+ Refrig S125+
Washers S95, Dryers $85


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


$150/obo, (941)-766-1589
REFRIGERATOR, KitchenAide,
25cf, aim, 8-yrs old. Ice/
water. $250 (941)-408-8069
REFRIGERATORS, (2) 12 CF &
14 CF, $70/ea. STOVE, G.E.
w/2 Ovens & Stovetop grill,
$70., DRYER, Kenmore, $50.
(941)-705-3448

STOVE & REFRIGERATOR
Good cond., Almond,
$100/pair. 941480-0935


STOVE ELEC. Frigidaire, self
cleaning, lyr. old like new $160.
Washer Kenmore, $50; dryer
admiral $50. 941)473-9510
STOVE- ELECTRIC S.C., white,
& white porcelain sink,
BOTH LIKE NEW. $200.
(941)-830-0293
WASHER & DRYER, almond
$100/EACH.
Call (941)-493-2134
, WASHER & DRYER
WHIR'-P-O L I,-, .; ,Jut,
white,E ,-: '. .-'. r,

Washer & Dryer Kenmore $100ea
* GE Range $100
*Whirlpool gl top range $185
e GE Refridg $100.
(941)-492-6698
Washer GE, rit., ,,ever used
$100. (941)-661-4798

good condition & clean,
$95 (941)-493-6230

WASHER, Maytag, $195;
GE refrig, almond, no frost,
$95. 941-4844047

6260 MISCELLANEOUS

7ft. Sailfish mount $300.
Pressure washer 24001bs.
$150. Chainsaw $ 40. ( 4 )
Brand new 17" Silverado
Wheels $100 Hand carved
game fish from $200 to $50 .
575-9463
(8) Condom vending
machines, $50 each /obo .
Call (9411-626-4655
BURN BARRELS
$8 EA
,ADIA.:,';."9 ,:, 345
DRILL PRESS, Bench model,
.$35; Skidlid motorcycle hel-
met 2X. $35; Men's &
Women's clubs & bags
$75/ea; Call 941-575-2425
LEADED GLASS panels, 2
23x75 suitable for doors, win-
dows, deco. screen, custom
made, cost $1500. both
$300. (941)-505-0007
SET OF white poly-vinyl
STAIRS, 50" H, 6 steps, com-
'plete w/railings. Asking $250.
(941)-637-6093

6270 WANTED TO
BUY/TRADE

A COLLECTOR BUYING
Old Fishing Lures, Rods.
Reels.;', Jq,.1-743-9114.
I PAY THE MOST!!

MOTOR BIKES,, CYCLES,
SCOOTERS, MOPEDS WORK-
ING OR NOT (94'1)493-3087


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for that special item, ,
look in the classified first.

To advertise call
207-1200.
Venice/Norlh Porn
475-2200
Englewood


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'99 Toyota Camry ........................$6983
'93 Saturn Wagon .........................$2983
'93 Chevy C2500 P.U. ...............$3983
'95 Pontiac Transport ..................$1983
'99 Hyundai Tiberon ......................$6983
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'99 Hyundal Accent ............................$1983
'93 Cutlass Supreme .....................$983
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'90 Ford Tempo "Low Miles" .......$783
'90 Chevy Cavalier ........................$783
'99 Neon ................ ,..............$3983
'89 Honda Accord .....................$1983
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'98 Chevy C1500 Pick Up ............$3983
'98 Dodge Caravan .....................$3983
'97 Chrysler Concord ......................$1983
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'98 Nissan Quest "Mini Van" .........$4883
'93 Nissan Altimna......................$1683
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ille, $1500 obo. Runs great, everything works. A/C. $1300
(941)-270-1659 obo. (941)-423-2624


1995 CADILLAC Sedan Dev-
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see. (941)-629-8396
1995 STS 110k mi. runs
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$3,500 obo over. 661-9244
w-1997 ELDORADO
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$8,995.00
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1993 LaSabre, 6 cyl., a/c,
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$2,900, SOLD!!
1995 BUICK PARK AVc ice
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1996 BMW z-3 Convertible,
72,000 miles. $13,500.
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2001 Impala, runs good, cold
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1323
2002 Impala Limited, 43K,
excellent gas mileage & cond.
$8700 obo. SOLD!
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CASS, LIKE NEW. $9,900
941-485-1531, Dir
7050 CHRYSLER
1991 LEBARON CONVERT.
Good cond. New tires & trans.
$2200/obo 941-474-1951
1992 LeBaron Convertible.,
GTC, good condition, v-6,
auto, red w/ good white top,
$2,200. 941-4164450
1995 Concorde Sedan 3.3
liter AT/FWD 98k miles AC, all
power, cruise control, stereo
radio/cassete, dual front
airbags,dual power seats,
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575-9391
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1999 SEBRING JX, cony.,
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$9000 obo. 941-639-7943
0-1999 SEBRING JXI
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$8,995.00
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2000 Chrysler Sebring Conv.
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$8000. (863)-494-3211


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1984 Monte Carlo SS, Pearl
White, blue interior, only 60k
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one, $8,500/obo, (941)-629-
2457 or (508) -237-9942
1986 Camaro, good project
car, 305 Chevy motor w/turbo
transmission, new parts, runs
good, $3,000/ obo, (941)-
628-3343
1986 Corvette, Red, coupe,
NEW CUSTOM INTERIOR
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$14,500 obo. 941-661-5567
1991 Lumina, 21k mi.,
1 owner, good cond
$4000. 475-7848
1992 Corvette, 67 K mi, Auto-
matic, Nice Ride, $13,500
obo 941-625-8638
*1996 LUMINA, V6- Air, CD,
new transmission, low
mileage. Looks & runs great!
$2700. Call 941-628-3826
1997 CHEVY Cavalier, ice
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good, $1950. (941)-637-
1933 dIr.


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PW/PL, CRUISE, SUNROOF, V0 V V CONVERTIBLE GT LOADED WHITE LOADED CERT,
CD. $8,900 S14900 $12980 PLUS 4.9% $53980
941-485-1531, DIr 2003 Dodge Ram 1500SL E nter_ $1290_PLSf4.%d$5.98
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2003 CHRYSLER PT LTD offer. 941-492-9346 Sun-Herald.com/classifieds 20 4.9% $31980
LEATHER, CHROME 2005 DODGE MAGNUM V8 2001 TAURUS 4 DR. SEL, (Visa or Mastercard) I'ilit iutl-i,,
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941-923-9400, DLR. $24,900 639-1601, Punta Gorda 2001 LEXUS RX300 2005 LEXUS GX470
2004 CHRYSLER 300M 941-485-1531, DIr 2002 FORD ESCORT ZX2 L CERTIFIED 4.9% WHITE LOADED
LOADED 2005 DODGE STRATUS SXT AUTO, A/C, CD, SPOILER LOADED WHITE S-1632B 1700 MILES $44980
$17800 4 DR, AUTO, PW/PL, LIKE NEW. $5,900 A.1i r Lff/r-Jr. iI -r4.a- I'i i- i ii
l CRUISE. $13,900 941-485-1531, DIr 7080 JEEP 1-800-259-4232 1-800-259-4232
1-800-259-4232 941-485-1531, DIr 2002 FORD FOCUS 2005 LEXUS LS430
70 Dart, 318 motor, trans AUTO, CD, PW/PL, TILT, 1994 JEEP CHEROKEE,, 4 dr, 2002 LEXUS GS300 ULTRA PRE COLL SYS
2004 CHRYSLER CONVERT- new interior, needs body fin- CRUISE, GREAT MPG runs great, new tires, hwy CERT PLUS 4.9,o EVERY OPTION BLACK
IBLE, 4 cyl., 6K mi. $16,900 (shed $2500 941-276-2681 $6,900 miles, $2900. 575-7366 LOADED S26800 SADDLE $62900
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941-485-1531, DIr immaculate int, 16V dohc, $6,900 2005 LEXUS RX330
9414851531 runs perfect, new tires. 941-485-1531, DIr 1998 JEEP CHEROKEE 4 WHITE CHROME WHEELS LOADED 5K MILES
2004 CHRYSLER SEBRING $4500/obo. 941-408-8128 2002 MUSTANG- 6 cyl, black DR. SPORT, 4X4, LOW MI., CERT + 4.9 23800 $35980
AUTO, PW/PL, ALLOYS, ext./tan int., 53,400 miles, PERFECT! $6,990. IV'U frX8t' Hrj[. ln, .KqS35980
TILT, LOW S, CD. 7070 FORD sunroof, premium sound. 639-1601, Punta Gorda 1-800-259-4232 1-800-259-4232
941-485-1531, DIr Well maintained. $9,500. 2000 Grand Cherokee Laredo
1988 Crown Vic Wagon, runs 941-4164146t/941416-2602 leather, dual pwr. seats, CD 2002 LEXUS LX470 2006 LEXUS GS300
2004 Concord, 31K All power, great, $700. (941)-629-7208 2003 FORD MUSTANG GT changer, all power, 66k mi. 17K MILES CERTIFIED AWD LOADED'
console, one owner. $11,900. CONVERTIBLE, PW/PL Must see! $10,500. 941-769- PLUS 4.9% $39980 1200 MILES $45900
625-7589. 1993 FORD MUSTANG TILT CD, LEATHER 2431 117M. ITI TT M. 17 0Ml-J S
2005 CHRYSLER 300 CONVERTIBLE WHITE ALLOYS. $ 18,900 2003 JEEP WRANGLER 1-800-259-4232
TOURING LEATHER, ALUM. 54K MILES $4995 941-485-1531, DIr V6, ALLOYS, A/C, LOOKS
WHEELS AND LOW MILES. 2I/j,',Ai"."RT.arImu 2003 Mustang exc. cond. & RUNS GREAT 2002 LEXUS RX300 2006 LEXUS GS300
9419204 DLR -00-29-4232 49k ext. warranty to 60k (941)-485 1, DLR. CERTIFIED PLUS 4.9% GLACIER FROST
9419220714, DLR. 1994 FORD TAURUS V6 loaded mp3 must sell $25980 7K MILES $43900-
2005 CHRYSLERPTGTCV 1994 FORD TAURUS V6 $10,000 Call 474-4891 or _____7LS 3
2005NLY8200 MILESTGTCV 98k miles, $2500/obo. 661-1260 leave message 7085 LEXUS IVm.m. {iA,in.M i woirW M.*
LEATHER, TURBO & MORE. 2941-276-5003 2004 FORD MUSTANG 1-800-259-4232 1-800-259-4232
X1863 1995 FORD TAURUS, V6, 40TH ANNIVERSARY ED 1990 LEXUS ES250
941-922-0712, DLR. loaded. 24K orig. miles, super LEATHER, ALUM. WHEELS WHITE LOADED 2003 LEXUS ES300 2006 LEXUS GS300
clean, $2450. 941-2668565 or AND MORE. 6022A 1 OWNER 79K MI $5990 14K MILES CERT NAV CHROMES
2005 CHRYSLER PT 941-2768429 941-922-1522, DLR. PLUS 4.9% $27800 $46900
PW/PL, CD, A/C, LOOKS & '" AI,.14-,7,7ftIr4RTMl i'TI174 I,'IttiAi' ..a1,-,4*r,-
RUNS GREAT. $9,900 1997 FORD CONTOUR auto, 4 a-2005 MUSTANG 1-800-259-4232
941-485-1531, DIr cyl, some hurricane dents, AT V6 AC 10368MI 1-800-259-4232 1-800-259-4232
runs good, $995. (941)-637- 1994 LEXUS GS 300, Black,
2005 CHRYSLER SEBRING 1933 dIr. $19,995.00 ( G A Bak
TOURING CONV. LEATHER, 1-800-608-6323 DIr 154K, new tires, new A/C, 2003 LEXUS GS 430 7090 LINCOLN
.LOW MILES, ONLY GREAT MILEAGE '98 Contour sharp. A steal $3800. Firm. LOADED
$18,995. X1818 SE sport, 6 cyl, 4 dr sedan, 2005 STEEDA MUSTANG, 8k 941488-5323 or 320-0759 $35980 1986 LINCOLN MARK VII, Bill
941-922-0711, DLR. 54k mi, am/fm/cnss, tilt whl, mi, sonic blue w/ charcoal 1986_INCOLNMARKVI,_Bil
941-922-0711, DLR. 54k mise, GREam/fm/cass ti leather interior, $30K (941 1998 LEXUS GS300 J.[Wf I MwI.. Blass Edition, 130K miles,
7060 DODGE $3750. 941-408-pw, GR 7406 429-1327 GOLD CLEAN 1-800-259-4232 gold, exc. running shape.
7060 DODGE "WE $10900 $1000. obo. (941-4934040
1999 "SWEET" TAURUS, 'The"" TLT .'frtIVtrWIF 2003 LEXUS RX300 1989 Town Car, 106k miles,
2001 DODGE INTREPID Must see, clean, new tires, air; T I I I ',J .I', 14'"' T T 7M,, 2003 LEXUS RX300 1989 Town Car, 106k miles,
AUTO, V6, ALLOYS TPW/PL $ s4,200.e obo Kim a 941-456 i J I ,., 1-800-259-4232 LOADED CERT PLUS cold cold air, $900, (941)-
AUTO, V6, ALLOYS, PW/PL, 54,200. obo Kim (941)-456- 4.9% $30800 637-6111
TILT, CRUISE. $7,900 8544 1998 LEXUS LS400 -WWI e..., 1989 Town Car, good interior,
941-485-1531, DIr 1999 Mustang GT Converible PUT CLASSIFIEDS LOADED CLEAN 1-800-259-4232 runs good, $600.obo 941-
Yellow with White Top, TO WORK $16900 234-3605
All Power, 49,700 Miles, 23-30
2004 DODGE STRATU $10,900.0B0 941 ls7-8112 FOR YOU! |IW Wr.j I, 2004 LEXUS LS430 1992 LINCOLN TOWN CAR,
LOADED 1-800-259-4232 LOADED 9K MILES Exc. cond. Under 50K miles.
$10900 -'1999 TAURUS SE FIND A JOB! CERT + 4.9% $49980 $4500. (941)-685-9359
AT, V6,AC 73,771 BUY A HOME! NEED A JOB?
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7090 LINCOLN

I "FT7h


RARE CAR
1991 Lincoln Mark VII, 1-
owner only 36k miles, white
w/grey leather, new tires &
brakes, mint, mint, mint,
$4,995/obo, (941)-629-2457
or (508) 237-9942
1992 Town Car, exc. running
cond., new tires, must sel
$3,000/obo, (941)-629-6135
1993 TOWNCAR, excellent
cond, 110K miles, $2,700
SOLD!!!
1994 LINCOLN Town Car, red
w/black carriage top, w/autc
air, digital instruments, luxuri-
ious velvet interior, Rides &
handles like a dream. Truly a
fine car. 24 MGP. Come & see
$4995 obo (941)-627-1444
1999 LINCOLN
CONTINENTAL
LOADED $7995

1-800-259-4232
2000 LINCOLN TOWN
"'CER LOADED 22K
'MILES $11890

1-800-259-4232
2000 Town Car Signature
Leather, All power, Carriage
Roof, 56,600 Miles $14,900.
OBO 941-697-8112

GENE
GORMAN'S
2001 CONTINENTAL, 33K
MI., FLAWLESS ESTATE
SALE CAR! $14,900.
639-1601, Punta Gorda
2004 LEXUS IS300
CERTIFIED PLUS 4.9%
$28500

-1-800-259-4232

7100 MERCURY


' 997 MERCURY GR
.'MAQUIS LOADED
-J: $5995


7135 SATURN 7160 HONDA


GENE
GORMAN'S
2000 SL2, LOW MILES,
XTRA CLEAN! AUTO, 56K,
SPORTY! $6,400.
639-1601, Punta Gorda


1993 HONDA CIVIC 4DR
MECHANICAL,BODY,INTE-
RIOR IN GOOD CONDITION
33,000 MILES $5,500.
941-625-8985 JERRY
1995 HONDA ACCORD LX,
pw/pl, auto., CD player,
$3500. (941)423-7929


USED SATURNS 1997 HONDA ACCORD DX, 5
SALES, SERVICE & spd. Exc. cond. 89K. $3,900.
S PARTS (941)-625-2018
PRO-POWER (-2002 ACCORD EX
AUTO SALES
WHIDDEN IND.PARK AT, 4 cyl, 40,882 miles,
(941) 627-8822 $14,990.00
(941) 628-1203 1-800-608-6323 DIr
'97 SC2 Coupe, Auto, Air, GENE
S Blue........................$3295
98 SL2, 4 Dr., Auto, Air,
Gold........................$3295
'99 SL2's, 4 to choose 2003 HONDA ACCORD LX,
from, starting...... $2995 FULLY LOADED, ESTATE
'00 SLI, 4dr., auto, air, CAR! MINT! $13,900.
stereo, clean, gold...$4495 639-1601, Punta Gorda
'01 SL2, 4 Dr, Auto, All 2003 Honda Civic Hybrid
Power, Leather, 60k Miles, 50 mpg, white, 38k
Brown .........$6495 17,850 941-743-0082
01 L300, 4 Dr., V6, Auto, or 941-258-4605
Air, CD, Sunroof, Leather,
All Power, Black, Sharp! 2003 HONDA ELEMENT
$8295 LOADED
'03 VUE, SUV, Auto, air, S13980
CD, All Power, 61K,
Green,................... 11,995 017vlm
1-800-259-4232
7145 ACURA
7163 HYUNDAI
1995 ACURA NSX RED
LOADED VERY CLEAN 1992 HONDA Excel, asking
33K MILES S35900 $700 obo. Needs little work.
, P. i (941-764-0577 or 286-7467
1-800-259-4232 2002 HYUNDAI XG-350
V6, AUTO, LEATHER,
2000 ACURA 3.2TL PW/PL, TILT, CRUISE.
WHITE CLEAN $11,900
513800 (941)-485-1531, DLR.
I. ,..NgM"l TN.. ,.I -2002 SONATA
1-800-259-4232 AT, V6, 78,267 MI,
$7,995.
2003 ACURA 3.2TL 1-800-608-6323 DIr
LOADED LOW MILES
$19800 2003 HYUNDAI XG350
LOADED LEATHER
1 -800-259-4232
2003 ACURA MDX 1-800-259-4232
LEATHER, PW/PL,
LOADED, LIKE NEW. 2003-05 HYUNDAI
$28,900. 941-485-1531, DIr Tiburon body kit. $300.
call 941-493-8322


IEVi~* rtItIL ~ 7160 HONDA
"-[800-2594,232 1988 HONDA WAGON COLD
A/C 40+MPG NEW TIRES
MAG WHEELS EXCELLENT
SHAPE IN/OUT RUNS GREAT
GOHMA 'S $1700.00 941-485-3133
1998 GRAND MARQUIS ADVERTISE WITH THE
LS, LOADED, LTHR., LOW SUN CLASSIFIED
MI. 1 OWNER! $8,900.
639-1601, Punta Gorda


i_9 MERCURY GRAND
th.A 5-iS.LOADEDE
$ : 7995.

a 141)0259;4232
2000 Grand Marquis
GS 59,518 miles
$7,995.00
1-800-608-6323 DIr


GEE
GORMAN'S
2001 GR. MARQUIS LS,
33K., LTHR., CD, ESTATE
SALE CAR, MINT! $12,900
639-1601, Punta Gorda

GENE
GORMAN'S
2001 MERCURY SABLE
LS, 56K MI., LEATHER,
CD, MINT! $7,800.
639-1601, Punta Gorda
2002 GRAND MARQUIS, LS,
Loaded, leather, priv., 32K mi.
$11,000/obo. 941-460-0264

7110 OLDSMOBILE
1994 OLDSMOBILE Achieva,
ice cold A/C, low mileage,
runs good, looks super clean,
$2250. (941)-637-1933 dIr.
w2001 AURORA AT,
V6; MOON ROOF 62,566
$10,990.00
1-800-608-6323 DIr

7130 PONTIAC
1984 Pontiac Fiero, great
cond., low mi., new parts,
$2,900, (941-625-2670
1990 Sunbird convertible,
exc. cond. new tires, $1,700,
(941)-625-2670


1994 Firebird coupe. T-tops,
V6, 1 owner, very-clean, runs
excellent, low mi., beautiful
car. $4,995/obo. Call Bryan
(941) 661-1183
1998 SUNFIRE convertible,
AC, new tires, good shape,
$4,000/obo. SOLD!
1999 BONNEVILLE SE EXC.
COND. 4 DR, A/C, new tires, 1
owner, garage kept, 58k mi,
$5400/obo. 941-698-0700
2001 GRAND AM SE, 4dr., V6,
fully loaded. exc. cond.,
$6800. Call (941)-286-0810

7135 SATURN
1993 SL2-4 dr-5 spd-$600
Dn Great on Gas-ColdAA/C-
Sharp Others Avail 7430141
AITF Auto Store-El Jobean

Little
RICGIE'S
2000 SL2 LOWER MILES,
FLAWLESS, AUTO, CD,
SHARP $5,995.
474-6998, ENGLEWOOD


7165 INFINITI

2004 INFINITI QX56
BLACK LOADED
LOW MILES $42900

1-800-259-4232


3.5-liter V6 engine; leather-trimmed seating; automatic climate control; power windows,
locks & heated mirrors; and dual front & front side-impact airbags?


0 0 Valued Owner
, Cash Back


"And, h ;/ tive duty military personnel and spouses:
';.. ..'-'"',I.,naIl 500 QASH BACK' on every 2005 Hyundai. Hurry In now for this limited-time offer.


2005 Tucson GL


2005 Santa Fe GLS V6


up$1500 ch $3,000


$1,000 cash back"
and $500 Valued Owner cash back.tt

Electronic Stability Control"' with Traction Control; ABS;
CD player; power Windows, locks & mirrors; dual front
alrbags;t and front side-impact & side-curtain airbagso

r Winner,,Strategic Vision's 2005
STotal Quality Award'" For Best Small
4 SUV Ownership Experience"


Award-winning quality
backed by
America's Best Warranty"
10-Year/100,000-Mile
Powertrain Protection
5-Year/60,000-Mile
Bumper-to-Bumper Coverage
5-Year/Unlimited Miles
24-hr. Roadside Assistance
See dealer for LIMITED WARRANTY details.
America's Best Warranty" the Hyundal Advantage"


02 MITSUBISI SPYDER CONV.
Leather, CD, 0 000 miles., ............ 3 non

A IIII 11 `77
Pearl White, Beige Ipather, Only 316,0100, Miles ................. 114,800

0.5 CHEV. VINTORE LS
Full Power, CD, Only 2800 Mljesq I .................. 181900

03 CHNSLER SEBRINP UNUTED CONV.
Chrome eels, Leather, CD ..........

08 M EDES1500'r,
RedJan atherOnlyllj()06 Miles- -18 890

05 CADILLAC, CTS 3.8.
Black, Ta nLeather.,unroofC0,2,0,00 'Miles .................

04 FORD f250 SUPEh DUTY.
Crew Cab, Power. Stroke Diesel, 14,000 Miles $29l985

02 BMW 330 At
Sport, Pkg,, Leather,,CD ............ I ....... ... .. 0 0 0


$2,000 cash backhand
$1,000 Valued Owner cash back."t

Air conditioning; power windows, locks & heated mirrors;
6-speaker CD; roof side rails; alloy wheels; remote
keyless entry; and dual front & front side-Impact airbags!


Introducing the all-new
2006 Sonata GL








$17495*
After $1,000 Valued Owner cash back.i
Electronic Stability Control"' with Traction
Control; ABS; dual front and front side-impact airbags;'
side-curtain airbags;' AM/FM/MP3-compatible
CD player; active front head restraints; and remove
keyless entry with alarm.
Now available. Visit your
local Hyundai dealer today.


Attention, acieduymltaypr -


O'Brien Hyundai
2850 Colonial Blvd.
Fort Myers
239-277-1222
www.obrienteam.com


Naples Hyundai
2625 Davis Blvd.
Naples
239-417-1222
www.obrienteam.com


Palm Hyundai ,
1605 Tamiami Trail
Punta Gorda
941-639-1155
www.palmhyundai.com


HY HYunDRI
Drive your way"


'Cashback when ounpurchasoe aew 2005 G350, SanlarFe, or ...'...*.I ,.'.,C .,,~. .1. .. . I I -11 1. .1 1... .1. ...1. . ''II..1.1.,I. 1.1. ...1.1


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7175 JAGUAR
1991 JAGUAR XJ6, 78K mi.,
gray, exc. cond. Asking
$7500. (941)-743-2853
1998 JAGUAR XJ8
GOLD LOADED
$14980 ,

1-800-259-4232
2002 Jaguar Convertible

XK8 Only 23,614 miles
Black ext with tan leather
int Full warranty til 9/07
$46,900 or will transfer
lease($840/month)
Call 941-639-4338


7195 MITSUBISHI
1999 MITSUBISHI ECLIPSE in
perfect condition. $5800.
obo. (941)426-6715
2002 Galant ES, 4-dr. 4cy.
auto. pwr moon roof, loaded,
very clean, no smoke, 55k mi.
$8,500.obo new tires. 941-
426-9804 after 5pm.

7200 NISSAN
1991 Niss Max 120K mis 28
mpg DEP Ice AC white/black
$1450.0B0 941-875-5378
1998 SENTRA all power, 96k
miles, looks & runs great


7210 TOYOTA


GENE
GORMAN'S
1999 TOYOTA COROLLA
LE, 4 DR., LOADED, LOW
MI., MINT, GAS SAVER
$7,900
639-1601, Punta Gorda

Little
IUCIEJ'S
2000 SOLARA COUPE
41K MILES, SILVER,
1 OWNER, LOADED,
DON'T MISS! $11,995.
474-6998, ENGLEWOOD

GENE
GORMAN'S
2001 CAMRY 4DR. LE,
39K MI., LIGHT COLOR, 1
OWNER. MINT! $11,800.
639-1601, Punta Gorda
-2003 AVALON XLS
AT, V6, M-ROOF 35,228 Ml,
$22,995.00
1-800-608-6323 DIr
2003 Corolla LE. 26K mi.
Gray w/ tint wind. Transfer
extd. warrenty. Perfect cond.
$14,000. 941-815-2541.

7220 VOLKSWAGEN

1999 Jetta, Runs Exc.,
Leather Int., White,4dr,
Automatic, Pwr wind, air
bag, sun roof, tinted, new
cd sys.,Exc. on gas,2 new
tires,$4500 obo. 104k
miles Must sell we have 2
many cars. 766-8911


7220 VOLKSWAGEN 7252 BUDGET BUYS

2003 VOLKSWAGON 1986 Ford Bronco II, 2.9L,
JETTA LOADED parts or whole, $S1,000/obo,
S14800 (941)-764-7232
*i.t-Irlw.U~tI~r .o.~ 1987 Chevy Sprint-$300 Dn,
1-800-259-4232 Others to Choose From
35/mi-Gallon-743-0141
VW 1971 Super Beetle. As AITF Auto Store-El Jobean
is. $2000 or best offer. 1988 CHEVY BLAZER 4X4,
484-1518 leave message. 2dr, auto, V6, AC, only 88k
miles, Very nice. $1600.
7250 ANTIQUES/ 941-423-3412 or 626-1055
COLLECTIBLES 1989 PLYMOUTH Sundance,
auto, low miles, 4 cyl = cheap
1965 FORD FAIRLANE 4Dgas, runs & looks good,
real good body & interior, $500. (941)-637-1933 dIr.
needs minor motor repair.
$2500/firm (941)-423-3282 1990 CHRYSLER LE BARON,
WANTED: Antique Car Par Lots of new parts. Runs well!
WANTED: Antique Car Parts, Great gas mileage $1,550.
manuels, lit. Lic. plates, obo (941)-639-0338
automobilia. 941-408-9601 obo (941-639-0338
1990 PONTIAC Sunbird, con-
7252 BUDGET BUYS vrt., new tires & brakes, runs
& looks good, white, 67k mi.,
1969 CHEVY Short Bed, $1750. obo. 941-624-5398.
Straight 6 motor. Runs good. 1990 Toyota Camry LE, V6, 4
Needs some work. $800. obo Dr., great a/c, all power, 103k
(941)-637-9940 mi., $2,000, (941)-764-7922


7252 BUDGET BUYS
1996 PONTIAC Grand Am,
auto, runs good, some hood
damage, $650. (941)637-
1933 dlr
1986 FORD Grand Marquis,
runs & drives great. $500!
Call (941)-286-4599
$500! Police impounds!
Cars from $500! For Listings
Call 1-800-749-8116
ext 2888.


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1973 Chevy 1 Ton Step Van.
22', V8, auto, P/S, P/B, runs
good, $1,000. 941-629-9335
1980 Buick Regal. 2dr, V8 One
owner, low miles, a/c, power,
extra clean. $950. 941-266-
8565 or 941-2768429
1980 RARE 6 Door Ambas-
sador Stageway Cadillac Dev-
ille. Well kept, Runs great.
1.5yr old vynal top, Good
-tires, Needs paint & body
work. $1200. 941-697-6026
1985 CADILLAC Sedan Dev-
ille, auto, only 71,037 miles,
looks & runs good, $695
(941)-637-1933 dlr
HNEED A JOB?
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CLASSIFIED!


54$UU. 941-j223-8118
7190 MERCEDES 2002 NISSAN Sentra GXE 30k
mi, excellent cond, auto, full
1997 MERCEDES E320 power, cd, K. Blue Book
LOADED $10,610; Cell 941-204-5665
$10900- 2004 Sentra, 1.8S, 41mpg,
'/li- f,.lT. 23,900 mi, full ext. warr, exc.
1 -800-259-4232 cond. $9250. 941-423-4083
1999 E-320, Looks runs 7205 SPORTS CARS
great. Non smoke garaged,
loaded. 93K. $14,500. 941- 1986 Corvette, Red, coupe,
639-7943 or 586-524-6712 NEW CUSTOM INTERIOR &
2000 MERCEDES SOUND SYSTEM C/D
ML329 LOADED $14,500 obo. 941-661-5567
CLEAN.S $15980
7210 TOYOTA
1-800-259-4232 1999 Corolla, auto, a/c, 39k
mi., 1 owner, mint cond.,
2002 MERCEDES E320 $7,250/obo, (941)-629-0912
BLACK
$26900 1999 tOYOTA CAMRY
\WI,,'t.., LOADED HIGH MILES
1-800-259-4;32 5980
ADVERTISE 1-800-259-4232
In 1999 Toyota Corolla, 4 dr,
The Classifieds! 58K mi, new tires, exc. cond.,
1The Cassieds! $7500. obo 941-6376433


1994 CUTLASS SL, 2 dr., V6,
auto, 80K, cold AC, $2500.
941-456-3925 or 575-4427.
1994 Eagle Talon, 1.8L, new
tires, parts or whole, $1,000/
obo, (941)-764-7232
1995 Concord, 4 Dr., $1,350,
1993 Voyager, $1,000, both
have cold air, (941)-833-4216

1995 T-BIRD, V8, auto, dual
exhaust, cold AC, $950. obo
(941)-627-6331 dIr.
1996 CAVALIER 120K, 2DR,
Auto, Cold air, $950. 941-266-
8565 or 941-276-8429





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1994 1999
CHEVY SATURN
SUBURBAN SW2
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#1906P


1998
FORD
MUSTANG


Auto, Sunroof,


2001
OLDS
ALERO


4 Door, White,
45K One Owner Miles.
#1600M


2001 FORD
ESCAPE
XLT


s8,984


Loaded, Leather,
Low Miles


1997 GMC
YUKON
SLT


$8,984


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One Owner Trade!
D702T-1A


$8,984


1 Owner, 24K Miles, Auto,
Full Power, Alloy Wheels.
#1592M


1995 FORD 1999 TOYOTA
WINDSTAR GL CAMRY LE
Auto, Full Power,
Dual Air, Auto,
7 Passenger, "Clean,
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7252 BUDGET BUYS

DONATED CARS
FOR SALE
PROCEEDS HELP QUALIFIED
FAMILIES ACHIEVE HOME
OWNERSHIP!
ALL VEHICLES
THOROUGHLY SAFETY
CHECKED &
RECONDITIONED
1988 Dodge Dynasty
highline, 4dr, cold .air,
loaded w/equip 1 owner.
extremely rice. $1900
1992 Dodge Dakota LE
Pick-up. AT, cola ar,
camper shell. 160k mr ,,
very good cond 6,AOQ
$2,475
1992 Mercury Grand
Marquis. 4-ar, loaded, gor-
geous cond "Arother Litle
Old Ladies Car". new tjres
53200
1995 Mazda 626 LX adr.
123k one own. m, loaded
w/equp., e\c cond. A399.
S3750.
SALL REASONABLE
OFFERS CONSIDERED
Charlotte County
Habitat For Humanity
Dick Fields
Cell 941-740-4043


FORD transmission, 3/4 TON
Granny 4 speed, exc. cond.
$250. (941)-624-0451
rP-1 T-,f- DI-UL, 1-


Hdard Top, for DBlack Jeep
7260 AUTOS WANTED Wranger TJ, good cond.
$500/obo, (239)478-0031
Junk & Abandoned Jeep Wrangler factory alum.
VEHICLES REMOVED!!!! "Sahara" 15" wheels (5).
COULD BE WORTH $S$$ Exc. cond $100. 474-2208
697-7222 OR 475-9007
PARTING OUT,'86 Camaro, V8
ALL AUTOS motor, $700 trans. 89 Chevy
TP/U. '87 Chevy P/U, '93
WVANTED Chrysler mini van. '89
TOP.$$ PAID Chrysler Lebaron Convertible,
S941-626,9120 needs fuel pump $500. '96
1-6 Jeep Cherokee, runs & drives,
no title, $500. (941)-286-
TOP CASH 4599
$$$$$$$$$$
FOR CARS & 7280 AUTO SERVICE
DEAD OR ALIVE & REPAIR
485-7515
AUTOMATIC
CASH POSSIBLE for your TRANSMISSIONS
vehicle! Fast Removal! Are you looking for used or
Call (941)-286-4599 rebuilt? Over 35 yrs. exp. Call
(941)-743-2086 A & S TRANSMISSIONS. 743-
JUNK CARS REMOVED. 4411 or 1-877-355-6802
FREE! RUNNING OR NOT.
CASH POSSIBLE! 7290 VANS
CALL (941) 276-8826
(941)-286-3122 1988 ASTRO CUST. paint/int.
Org. Owner. Great shape
*WE BUY RUNNING CARS 110k, 941-423-9593 $1900.
* Any condition $200/ up
* Call Frank 941-276-0204 1992 CARAVAN, Runs good,
Needs Paint. $700. 941-266-
-,? 1"^ ^ 1T. i 8565 or 941-2768429


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YOUR CAR,
TRUCK, R.V.
OR BOAT?
DONATE IT TO
CHARLOTTE
COUNTY HABITAT
FOR .HUMANITY FOR
A TAX WRITE OFF.
PROCEEDS HELP QUALIFIED
FAMILIES ACHIEVE HOME
OWNERSHIP
DICK FIELDS
CELL 941-740-4043


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FREE Vehicle Removal &
Possible $$$
Call 628-0557 (24/7)
M.S.B. RECYCLING
Free Vehicle Removal
Plus $25. & Up
941-575-4008

7270 AUTO PARTS/
ACCESSORIES
17" RIMS off '03 Dod Ram
1500 P/U 5 lug w/center cap
$400/obo. (941)429-4189


1994 Dodge 250 Cargo Van
$800 Dn, Other Avail.
Can Trade 941-743-0141
AITF Auto Store-El Jobean
1995 Chevrolet Conversion
Hi-Top, looks great, runs
great! 4 captains chairs, back
seat makes into bed, TV, VCR,
new tires, new battery, 114k
mi.; asking $4,200, (941)-
743-3426
1995 Olds Silhouette, 7
pass., loaded, air works, exc.
cond., 140k mile asking
$2750. (941)-268-1362
1996 FORD Regency Econo-
line F150, $3000. (941)-505-
9513
1996 Ford Windstar, 7 pass,
117k Miles, cold A/C, good
cond $3250. 941-268-5018
1996 MERCURY Villager, 1
owner, new engine, trans &
tires, needs A/C work, runs
great. $1500. firm 468-6969.
1997 DODGE Conversion, V8,
hi top, leather, tv/vcr, 112K,
$5500/obo (941)-223-4104
1998 CHEVY ASTRO LS,
8-pass, loaded, good cond.
$4950/obo MUST SELL!
,(941)-628-6179 North Port
1998 GMC Savana, 3500 1
ton Cargo Van, 350 V8 eng,
auto. $3250. (941)-625-3899


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2000 CHRYS. GR.
VOYAGER SE, 57K MI.,
1 OWNER! MINT! $8,900.
639-1601, Punta Gorda
w-2000 DODGE RAM
CONVERSION AT, V6
38595mi $9,995.00
1-800-608-6323 Dir

GENE
GORMAN'S
2000 HONDA ODYSSEY,
DUAL PWR. DRS., EXTRA
CLEAN! LOADED! $15,900
639-1601, Punta Gorda
NEED A JOB?
CHECK THE
CLASSIFIED!


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7270 AUTO PARTS/ 7290 VANS
ACCESSORIES
ACCESSORIES 1998 PLYMOUTH Voyager, 7-
1980 GMC, Model G-250, 5.7 pass, 58,000 mi, gas thrifty,
L 350 engine, heavy duty rear 4-cyl, 2.4L domestic engine,
suspension. $750. (941)-625- Admirable condition, white,
3431 (days) ask for John. a/c. $3975 (941)-408-2724
1982 1992 Camaro, full T5 1998 Pontiac Transport-
transmission & 305 motor. $1500 Dn Others to Choose
Too much to list. Call for FrommCan Trade 743-0141
details, $500, (941)-258- AITF Auto Store-El Jobean
1124 local. -'1999 FORD E250
1985 Chevy Pickup, 3/4-ton CARGO VAN
V-8 a/t, fiberglass cap, $650., AT, V6, AC 114,472 MI,
will separate 941-270-1073 $6,995.
1990 Toyoto PU ext cab 4x4
V6 wrecked in front Parts or 1999 VENTURE LT, ext. mini
whole 863)-990-9256 van, 6K/lyr. B to B, ext.warr.
20" 8 LUG CHROME wheels, & loaded, great cond. $7495
305, 50R/20 Toyo tires, for obo. Call 941-766-1064
3/4 ton trucks, cost $2800, 2000 CHEVY ASTRO VAN, 4.3
new, $1400. (941)-613-1313 Vortec V6, 59K mi., cold air
22" TOYO TIRES(4) front & rear, PS/PB, PW,
305/40/22, 80% tread, AM/FM Cd player, tilt wheel,
$600.0BO 941-661-0490 cruise control, .new tires,
many extras. Great shape.
Bush Guard,. black, fits Chevy Asking $8000 OBO.
SIL 01 03, $175. (941)-613- 941-915-1208
1316
Fiberglass truck cap for
full sz Chevy pick-up G
$150/obo. 475-2121 GO IS


7290 VANS
2001 CHRYSLER T&C
LIMITED, V6, AUTO, PW/PL,
REAR A/C
$14,900
941-485-1531, Dir
2001 CHRYSLER T&C V6
AUTO, PW/PL, TILT,
CRUISE, MUST SEE.
$10,900
941-485-1531, Dir
2002 CHRYSLER T&C LTD
LEATHER, CHROME WHLS,
AND MORE. ONLY $15,995
941-923-9400, DLR.

2002 CHRYSLER TOWN
AND COUNTRY LOADED
$13900

1-800-259-4232
2002 CHRYSLER Voyager, all
power, 40K, $9900 obo. 941-
639-7878- or 941-639-3249

Little
RICEE'S
2002 DODGE CARAVAN
SE 4DR, LOADED, 7 PASS,
LOW MILES $9,995.
474-6998, ENGLEWOOD
2002 DODGE CARAVAN SE.
Appx. 46K miles, exc. cond.
$9500 obo. 941-764-0515
2002 DODGE CARAVAN
V6, AUTO, PW/PL, TILT,
CRUISE, MUST SEE. $9,900
941-485-1531, DIr


GENE 7300 TRUCKS/
O'SPICK-UPS
2002 DODGE CONV. ADVERTISE.
ONLY 14K MI! ESTATE ADVERTISE
SALE VAN. MINT! W/ In
CAPT" CHAIRS, $13,900.
639-1601, Punta Gorda The Classifieds!


7290 VANS
-2002 W1NDSTAR
Limited AT, V6, 43,404
$15,990.00
1-800-608-6323 DIr
2003 CHRYSLER T&C
V6, ALLOYS, PW/PL, REAR
A/C, CRUISE, CD. $18,900
941-485-1531, Dir
2003 DODGE CARAVAN
AUTO, PW/PL, CD, CRUISE,
TILT, LIKE NEW. $12,900
941-485-1531, Dir
2003 TOYOTA SIENNA
XLE LOADED,
$17900

',1-800-259-423b
2003 WINDSTAR SEL VAN,
Loaded, 10,800 miles! 3
seater. MINT Condition!
$19,000. obo 941-629-0877
*-2004 SEDONA EX
22984 MILES
$13,995.00
1-800-608-6323 Dir
2005 DODGE CARAVAN
PW/PL, TILT, CRUISE,
AUTO, CD, ONLY 17K.
$14,900
941-485-1531, Dir
2005 DODGE GR CARAVAN
V6, AUTO, PW/PL, TILT,
CRUISE, REAR A/C.
$16,900
941-485-1531, Dir
2005 DODGE GR CARAVAN
V6, AUTO, PW/PL, TILT,
CRUISE, REAR A/C.
$16,900
941-485-1531, Dir


7300 TRUCKS/
PICK-UPS





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OF YOUR
TRUCK/SUV
IN YOUR
CLASSIFIED AD

CALL FOR DETAILS!
Venice & North Port
Call 941-207-1200
Englewood Areas
Call 941-475-2200
Pt. Charlotte Areas
Call 941-206-1200
1971 CHEVY C10
P/U $1500.
941-400-1620
1976 CHEVY 18' Box van,
used for storage, diesel even
runs. $1500. 941-235-1057
1978 FORD 250
Strong 460 & transmis-
sion. Rear End went bad,
i$850/obo 941-408-3221
1981 CHEVY SILVERADO 1/2
TON, Great working truck!
$2,500. (941)-624-5775 .
1987 Chevy K-5 Blazer, A/C,
350 sm block, good cond,
$2500 941-423-8712
1988 CHEV P/U work truck,
high miles. $2,000. Please
call 255-5784
1988 FORD Ranger XLT, V6,
AC, 4WD, bed liner, $1100.
*SOLD*.
ADVERTISE WITH THE
SUN CLASSIFIED


7300 TRUCKS/ 7300 TRUCKS/
PICK-UPS PICK-UPS
1989 CHEVY 1 ton, 8x8 flat w-1998 Dodge 1500
bed, used daily, $1100/ obo. REG CAB- AT, V8 85,777
(941)-613-4055 MI, $8995.00
1993 DODGE D150, cold 1-800-608-6323 Dir
A/C, 5.9L, V8, auto, runs
good, needs paint, $2250. EN1E
(941)-637-1933 dir.
1996 DODGE RAM 1500 V8, C IlM SL D
auto, air, $1495. 941-266-8565 1998 F-150 SUPER CAB,
or 941-2768429 LOW MI., FULL PWR., 3RD
1996 F-350 Dually 4 dr. Super DR., V8, $11,900..
Cab, New stereo system, auto 639-1601, Punta Gorda
bed cover. Exc. cond!
$12,000. (941)-626-3362 GENE
1997 Chevy Pickup full size, ,
new tires, diamond plate tool WS
box, ladder rack air condition- 1998 FRD F-150, V-6, 5
ing, Low mileage $6500 769- SPD. LOADED, LOW MI!
6515 PERFECT TRUCK! $10,500
1997 DODGE Dakota Club, 639-1601, Punta Gorda
low miles, A/C, runs great,
$4,700 obo (941) 639-0773. 1999 CHEV Silverado
1500 EXT long bed, fiber-
1997 DODGE MAGNUM V8, glass bed cover, maroon
short bed, very good cond. / om everything
$5,995/obo. (941)-697-4248 w/custom everything.0082
$14,800. (941)-7430082
1997 FORD F-150 XLT, Manual
trans., PW, PL, Cruise, 75k e
mi., new tires. $4,950. Like
new condition! 941-627-3621 t t
1997 FORD F150, 3D Deluxe, m o m 'S
long bed w/topper. Exc Cond 1999 DODGE 1500 CLUB
$6500 (941)-496-9439 CAB, AUTO, V8, A/C,
1998 Che 1500-Ext Cab 1 OWNER, NICE $9,995.
$1500Dn-Others to Choose 474-6998, ENGLEWOOD
From Can Trade 941-7430141 1999 GMC 1500 Ext cab,
AITF Auto Store-El Jobean short bed, auto, V8, power 1
1 owner, $8700 941-457-2030

G M I NLittle
GORMAN'S ICE'S
1998 DODGE 1500 CLUB Cr IM S
CAB SLT, LOW MI., FULL 2000 CHEVY 2500 EXT
POWER! MINT! $9,900. CAB 3RD DOOR, 2WD,
639-1601, Punta Gorda 48K, 1 OWNER, $15,995.
474-6998, ENGLEWOOD
1998 GMC Sierra 1500
Automatic $6,500 Firm NEED A JOB
Call 941-815-8030 cLASSIFIEDS


LL BUCCHEVROLET


7300 TRUCKS/
PICK-UPS
*2000 RANGER XLT
V6, AT 25832 miles
$9,995.00
1-800-608-6323 DIr
w-2001 DODGE D150
S-CAB, SLT, 58,382 MI.
$12,990.00
1-800-608-6323 DIr
2001 DODGE RAM 1500
AUTO, QUAD, PW/PL,
LOOKS & RUNS GREAT
$9,900
941-485-1531, DIr

GENE
GORMAN'S
2001 DODGE RAM 1500
EXT. CAB, V-8, LTHR.,
GORGEOUS! $14,990.
639-1601, Punta Gorda
r2001 F-150 XLT
S-CAB, 4x4, 78,007mi,
$13,995.
1-800-608-6323 DIr
2001 FORD F150, dble cab,
white, exc cond, 63K.
$8,500/obo (941)-426-3122
2001 FORD F150 XLT black
ext. cab, 93k mi., V8, loaded,
trailer tow, bedliner, tool box,
$8500. 941-628-0631.

GENE
GORBAN'S
2001 FORD F150 XLT
CREW CAB, LOADED,
LOW MI., V8, $16,900.
639-1601, Punta Gorda
2002 CHEVY AVALANCHE
V8, PW/PL, TILT, CRUISE,
ALLOYS, MUST SEE.
$20,900 941-485-1531, DIr
2003 Toyota Tacoma, auto,
AC, 32K, good on gas,
$11,900/obo. 941-815-2000


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PICK-UPS


GENE
GORMAN'S
2001 TOYOTA TACOMA
SST, 4 CYL., 5 SPD., LOW
MI. GAS SAVER! $10,990.
639-1601, Punta Gorda
2002 CHEVY S-10 PW/PL
ALLOYS, CD, A/C, TILT,
LIKE NEW. $11,900
941-485-1531, DIr
2002 DODGE DAKOTA
AUTO, PW/PL, QUAD,
CRUISE, CD, MUST SEE.
$8,900
941-485-1531, DIr
2002 DODGE RAM 1500
V8, A/C; BEDLINER,
ALLOYS, MUST SEE.
$10,900 941-485-1531, DIr
2002 DODGE RAM 1500
V8, ALLOYS, PW/PL, TILT,
CRUISE, MUST SEE.
$12,900
941-485-1531, DIr
2002 DODGE RAM 1500
V8, AUTO, ALLOYS, QUAD,
PW/PL, TILT. $17,900
941-485-1531, DIr

GENE
GOR &N'S
2002 EXPLORER SPORTS
TRACK XLT, LOW MI.,
LOADED! MINT! $16,900.
639-1601, Punta Gorda
2002 FORD RANGER
PW/PL, ALLOYS, CD,
CRUISE, LIKE NEW.
$13,900
941-485-1531, DIr

Little
Ricm='s
2002 TOYOTA TACOMA
SST 4 CYL, AUTO, ONLY,
17K MILES $10,995.
474-6998, ENGLEWOOD
-2003 CHEVY 1500
SILVERADO 4x4, AT, V8
48155MI, $18,995.
1-800-608-6323 DIr
2003 CHEVY SILVERADO
LEATHER, V8, PW/PL,
TILT, LOW MILES,
LIKE NEW. $18,900
941-485-1531, DIr
2003 Chevy Silverado LS,
Ext Cab, V8, stepside, 32k ,
ext warranty, orig. $30,000
$17,000, 941-255-0969
2003 CHEVY SILVERADO
V6, AUTO, ALLOYS, CD,
LOOKS & RUNS GREAT.
$14,900 941-485-1531, DIr


7300 TRUCKS/ 7300 TRUCKS/
PICK-UPS PICK-UPS
2003 DODGE RAM 3500 2004 TOYOTA TUNDRA
DIESEL, PW/PL, TILT, CD, EXTRA CAB 4X4 V8
CRUISE, LIKE NEW. EXTRA CAB 4X4 V
$24,900 LOADED CLEAN $24800
941-485-1531, DIr *,mI'RR"a"i4ti,ro
2003 DODGE RAM 3500 1-800-259-4232
DUALLY, HEMI, PW/PL, TILT, 2005 CHEVY SILVERADO
MUST SEE PW/PL, TILT, CRUISE,
941-45-1531, DIr AUTO, ONLY 13K $20,900
941485-1531, Dir 941-485-1531, DIr
ma* V2005 DODGE DAKOTA V8,
G AUTO, QUAD, PW/PL, TILT,
a0 a 'S ciCRUISE. $16,900
GOwRuuaM 941-485-1531, DIr
2003 GMC SONOMA EXT. 2005 DODGE RAM 2500
CAB SLS, 30K MI., ATPS, DIESEL 4X4, PW/PL, TILT,
MINT! $12,900. CRUISE, LIKE NEW.
639-1601, Punta Gorda $31,900
2003 S250. Diesel, 34KI mi. 941-485-1531, DIr
Exc cond. Bumper to bumper 2005 TOYOTA TUNDRA SR5
warr. FSBO $25,800. Will beat Access cab, 6 cyl, auto,
any dealer price for same Only 5k mi, $19,995
vehicle with low mileage and (941)-240-5563
condition. 941-661-4910.
84 Ford Diesel 7000 flat bed.
2004 Chevy LT. 2500HD, ext. $3,000.
cabloaded. 33K mi,.4wd 79 GMC 1 ton dump. $5,000.
Like new. $23,000. 941-223- 79 Chevy 1 ton dump.
6924. $5,000. By Owner 941-426-
2004 CHEVY SILVERADO 0163.
AUTO, ALLOYS, CD,
WHY BUY NEW. $14,900 7305 SPORT UTILITY/
941-485-1531, DIr VEHICLES
2004 DODGE DAKOTA
AUTO, ONLY 19K MILES, 1987 CHEVY BLAZER full size
LIKE NEW, MUST SEE. 4x4, chrome wheels, dual
$12,900 exhaust. $4000/obo (Flexible)
941-485-1531, DIr 941-380-0707
2004 DODGE RAM 1500 1993 FORD EXPLORER
4X4 QUAD, 20" WHEELS, SPORT, Cold AC! $2200.
PW/PL, TILT, CRUISE. (941)-2864799
941-485-1531, DIr 1995 CHEVY BLAZER
PW/PL, LTHR, TILT, CRUISE,
2004 DODGE RAM 1500 LOOKS & RUNS GOOD.
V8, TILT, ALLOYS, CD, $2,900 941-485-1531, DIr
CRUISE, LIKE NEW.-
$13,900 1995 Jeep Cherokee Sport, 4x4,
941-485-1531, DIr 6 cyc, 116,350 mi., new tires &
battery, stick shift, cold A/C, runs
2004 Dodge Ram 4 dr. 1500 exc. $3,976 obo (941)809-5950
2 tone, new, tires 1 owner
$18,500 (863-558-0198 1995 NISSAN PATHFINDER
SE V6, 4x4, Power windows,
security sys., Very good cond.
Xli $6200. 941-429-1294
A 'uS n1995 Toyota 4 Runner, V6,
GORKAN i9auto, cold A/C, very good cond,
2004 FORD F-150 SUPER 107K $5,500 (941)497-1103
CAB, 21K MI., 4X4, AUTO, 1996 Ford Explorer, Eddie
V8,PERFECT!$17,570. 1996 Ford 5 oer, Eddie
V8, PERFECT! $17,570. Bauer, new tires, 129K MI.
639-1601, Punta Gorda Loaded $3,500. 426-5284
2004 FORD F-150 V8, 1997 FORD EXPEDITION
AUTO, PW/PL, LEATHER, 8 LEATHER, PW/PL, TILT,
LOADED.$23;i900 CRUISE, MUST SEE. $6,900
941-485-1531, DIr 941-485-1531, DIr


2004 FORD F150
SUPER CREW BLACK
LOADED $19900

1-800-259-4232
DECLASSIFIED)
WOjuRKS!


1997 RAV 4, 69k mi., 4 Dr.,
auto, a/c, full power, looks &
runs great, $6,700, (941)-
575-0373
1998 Durango, 1 owner, all
records, leather, 3rd. row
seat, 4WD, 95k mi., $6,995,
(9411-505-0397


7305 SPORT UTILITY/
VEHICLES


7305 SPORT UTILITY/
VEHICLES


1999 DODGE DURANGO
LOADED RED
$8950

1-800-259-4232
1999 FORD EXPLORER 4WD,
91K mi, CLEAN, LOADED,
$6,000/obo. (941)-493-1018
1999 FORD EXPLORER Lim-
ited 4 dr, 56k miles, all the
bells & whistles,
$8,500/obo. 941-232-9469
1999 FORD EXPLORER
LOADED
S8995

1-800-259-4232
1999 GMC JIMMY ice cold
A/C, auto, V6, looks very
good, runs super, $3950.
(941-637-1933 dIr
1999,01ds,Bravada.Excel-
lent cond.,fully loaded.
96,000 miles, one owner!
$6,200 or b.o. 426-2790.
1999 FORD EXPEDITION, low
mileage, 20" custom wheels,
3-TV's, DVD, body kit, air
hydraulic $18,500 obo. Call
941-391-1083
2000 FORD EXPEDITION
4X4 AUTO, EDDIE BAUER,
LEATHER, MUST SEE.
$8,900
941-485-1531, DIr
2000 KIA PORTAGE, 4dr, 1
owner, auto, 4cyl, only 42k
miles, $6800. SOLD!
2001 DODGE DURANGO
V8, AUTO, PW/PL, TILT,
CRUISE, ALLOYS. $13,900
941-485-1531, DIr
r2001 EXPEDIMON
EDDIE BAUER 4X2, 44503
Ml $16,995.00
1-800-608-6323 DIr
r2001 FORD EXCAPE
XLT, AT, V6, AC 47,241MI
$12,495.00
1-800-608-6323 DIr


GENE
GORMAN'S
2002 CADILLAC
ESCALADE, AWD, LOW
MI., FULL FACT., WARR!
LIKE NEW! $33,900.
639-1601, Punta Gorda

I-
Little

2002 EXPLORER 4DR
EDDIE BAUER 4X4,
LOADED, LOW MILES,
1 OWNER $14,995.
474-6998, ENGLEWOOD
w-2002 EXPLORER
SPORT AT, V6, 55,201 mi,
$10,990.00
1-800-608-6323 DIr
2002 FORD EXPLORER
LOADED WHITE
$12800

1-800-259-4232
2002 FORD EXPLORER
XLT JUST TRADED. FULL
POWER, ONLY $12,995.
X1851B
941-922-0712, DLR.
2002 FORD F-150
V6, AUTO, X-CAB, PW/PL,
MUST SEE. $12,900
941-485-1531, DIr
2002 HYUNDAI SANTA FE
AUTO, ALLOYS, PW/PL,
CD, CRUISE, TILT. $12,900
(941)-485-1531, DLR.
2002 JEEP LIBERTY
AUTO, ALLOYS, PW/PL
TILT, CRUISE, CD,
$12,900
(941)-485-1531, DLR.
r2002 Mowtaineer
AT, V6, AC, 61,385 MI
$12,995.00
1-800-608-6323 DIr


2003 Hyundai Santa Fe, V-6,
39K, Remaining warr. 20K,
$10,900. obo 941-276-0759


0-1998 EXPEDITION -2001 GMC YUKON
EDDIE BAUER 87,055 4X4, SLT 57395 mi,
$10,995.00 $19,995.
1-800-608-6323 DIr 1-800-608-6323 DIr
2001 ISUZU RODEO
04-*T'WT1 AUTO, PW/PLR T,
GENI E CRUISE, ALLOYS. $12,900
GORMAN'S (941)-485-1531, DLR.
1998 FORD EXPLORER, GE E
LOW MI. LEATHER, 6 CYL. E A
PERFECT! $6,900. nnO at Wa
639-1601, Punta Gorda WV A VA IS
2001 MAZDA TRIBUTE 4
1999 CHEVY TAHOE 4x4 DR ES, FULLY LOADED,
91k mi, loaded, $12,500. SR, MINT! $11,900.
941-423-1436 eves & wkends639-1601, Punta Gorda


2003 Mercury Mountaineer
auto, loaded, DVD, 47k mi,
$25,000/obo. 941426-6367
2003 TOYOTA SEQUOIA SR-5,
luggage rack, 47K, Gray,
$26,500. Call 941-629-8803
2004 HYUNDAI SANTA FE
LOW MILES, FULL POWER,
WARRANTY & MORE.
5877A
941-922-1521, DLR.


7305 SPORT UTILITY/
VEHICLES

-2002 TAHOE LS
AT, V8, 77,958 MI,
$16,995.00
1-800-608-6323 DIr
2003 CHEVROLET
SUBURBAN LOADED
CLEAN $21500

1-800-259-4232

2003 CHEVROLET
TAHOE LOADED
$22900

1-800-259-4232
2003 DODGE DURANGO
SLT LEATHER, FULL
POWER, ALUM. WHEELS
AND LOW MILES. 6030B
941-923-9500, DLR.
2003 FORD ESCAPE 4X4,
AUTO, PW/PL, CD, CRUISE,
LOW MILES. $14,900
941-485-1531, DIr
2003 FORD EXPEDITION
4X4 EDDIE BAUER, CD,
LEATHER, CRUISE. $18,900
941-485-1531, DIr

2003 FORD EXPLORER V8
AUTO, PW/PL, TILT,
CRUISE, CD. $15,900
941-485-1531, DIr
2003 HONDA PILOT
DVD LOADED LEATHER
$19980

1-800-259-4232

2003 HUMMER H2
LOADED
$35800

1-800-259-4232
2003 HUMMER H2
LOADED BLACK
BAD BOY $34980

1-800-259-4232
w-2003 ULBERTY
RENEGADE AT, V6, M
ROOF 36,174 MI,
$15,995.00
1-800-608-6323 DIr


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7305 SPORT UTILITY/ 7330 BOATS-POWERED
VEHICLES
13' 2003 BOSTON
*-2004 Jeep ULiberty WHALER w/ 40HP Merc &
RENEGADE 17,569 MILES trailer, 34/hrs, Bimini,
$17,995.00 Nicely Equipped $10,500.
1-800-608-6323 DIr Call Between 9am-7pm
941-475-4305
0-2004 TAHOE 271 13' BOSTON WHALER SPORT
AT, V8 21,271 MI 2001 w/30HP Merc. & trail-
$29,990 er. Loaded. Less then 50 hrs.
1-800-608-6323 DIr $7,800. obo (941)-268-6465
0-2004 TAHOE LT 14'1994 Brothers Fishing
AT, V8, 32234 MILES Boat 1999 50 HP Johnson
$26,990.00 w/tilt & trim. Fish Finder. Trail-
1-800-608-6323 DIr er. MUST GO! $3500. 941-
474-5639 or 941-716-6799
2004 Toyota 4 Runner. Low
mi, like new, white $22,500. 14' (GLASSIC) V hull, 50hp
Call 474-5767 or 228-1717 Merc., low hours, runs all day
on 5 gal. of gas. Exc cond.,
2005 CHEVY TRAILBLAZER $2500. Firm. (941)-743-8730
AUTO, PW/PL, ALLOYS, 14' CAROLINA SKFF, 35HP
CRUISE, TILT, CD. $18,900 R S 3SHP
941-485-1531, DIr MERC. galv. trlr, Runs good
9414851531, D 2200. (941)468-8861

2005 CHEVY TRAILBLAZER14' deep V w/ 35 hp Evinrude
PW/PH TIIT CRUISER & trailer. lots of extras,
PW/PL, TILT CRUISE, $1500. obo 941-627-9623
ALLOYS, CD, LOW MILES.
$18,900 941-485-1531, DIr 14ft aluminum boat
2005 CHRYSLER PACIFICA w/caulkins trailer, Hewes-craft
LTD ONLY 4,970 MILES riverrunner w 25hp Force out-
RDONML 4WH7IES, board, some accessories,
CHROME WHEELS, good condition,$1600 OBO
LOADED X1901 call 941-286-535800 080
941-922-0713, DLR. 941-286-5358
15' TOM BOY, 25HP
2005 CHRYSLER PACIFICA Johnson, trolling motor, Fish
V6, AUTO, PW/PL, TILT, finder, bait well, w/trailer.
CRUISE, LIKE NEW. $1650. pics avail. via e-mail.
$18,900 941-485-1531, DIr Call Jay (941)-716-0700
2005 INFINITI FX35, 19,000 16 Ft Cobia open Fisherman,
mi. New, full warr. $37,900. 90 hp Yahama, magic tilt trail-
Chris. (941)-627-9173 er $3,000. (863)-494-3198
16' COBIA Fiberglass 0/Br
Little 90HP Johnson, Ctr. Con. w/
CM trlr $2100/obo 941497-1920
16' SEA NYMPH 1990, just
2000 TOYOTA RAV 4 spent $900 on motor, 35HP
FULLY LOADED, FLAW- Merc, FF, trailer, many extras,
LESS, CHROME WHEELS, $2100 obo. (941 623-2328.
47K Ml, $11,995
474-6998, ENGLEWOOD 17' Proline, center console,
2 bimini tops, runs great,
$6000 obo w/electronics
7330 BOATS-POWERED 941-915-1199
17' FLATS BOAT 1997 Strick-
er, 1999 90 HP Yamaha,
$7,500. (941)-815-8153
SS- ... 1r -- ,17' HYDROSTREAM, 150hp
Johnson, excellent condition,
PUT A $6000 obo. 941-276-1323
PICTUU RF 17' Manatee 1969, w/trailer,
1987, 75 h.p. Mercury, $600,
OF YOUR BOAT (941-637-3922
IN YOUR 17'6" Boston Whaler (older),
CLASSIFIED AD 90hp Yamaha, only 100 hrs.
Alum. trlr. Many extras.
CALL FOR DETAILS! $6,200/obo, (941)-637-7783
18', 2005 HURRICANE 187,
Venice & North Port Deck Boat, 115 hp Yamaha,
Call 941-207-1200 trailer, many extras, $22,000.
Call 941-7434288.
Englewood Areas 18' Grady White 1979, CC,
Call 941-475-2200 1994 112 h.p. Evinrude,
tilt/trim,' runs, needs carb
Pt. Charlotte Areas work.' $1,600/obo, (941)-
Call 941-206-1200 286-6158


7330 BOATS-POWERED

19' 97 mako center con-
sole 150 mercury bimini
top fish finder garmin gps
$9500 obo.
(941)3914602
19' KEY WEST, 90HP, low hrs.
Custom T-Top, no trailer,
$6000. obo. (941)-475-0789
19' RENKEN SEAMASTER
150HP Johnson, all electronics,
trailer, excellent shape.
$8500/obo. (941)-486-0088
20' Searay 1994 w/merc
cruiser, Aplha drive,w/ trailer-
ski boat, $4,895. 627-3065
20' 2004 ANGLER 204FXCC,
Yamaha F150, Custom T-Top,
E-Box, Hydrolic steering, VHF,
FF/DF, SS Prop, Dual batter-
ies, Only 50 hrs., Warranty.
Lift kept. Mint condition!
$23,900. (941)-286-4165
2005 Carolina Skiff Front
deck Drybox bench seat, 30
hp oil injected elec. start Mer-
cury $5000. obo (863)-993-
3016 863-990-5406 Arcadia
21 Ft. Open Fisherman Angler,
200hp yam motor, w/alum
trailer, T/tops, $12,400 obo
941-698-1867
21' 1980 Chris Craft
Scorpion w/alum trailer.
175 Merc fishing
equipped $4000.
941-473-8369
21' DECK boat,'98,, 115
Yamaha & trailer, lots of fun,
no time, $7800/obo. (941)-
613-4055
22' 1989 Renken', CC, hyd.
steering, VHF, flush
System,new Bimini,uphol-
stery,4.3L OMC runs looks,
great, no trailer, $5400 OBO.
941-875-3359
22' 2004 BAY BOAT 14 hrs.
on everything! 150 Yamaha 2
stroke. 53 lb. trolling motor, 2.
live wells, T-Top w/ electronic
box, Hummingbird Matrix w/
SW Fla. chip, fresh water
shower, leaning post w/ back-
rest, aluminum trailer w/ por-
tion bar suspension. Asking
only $25,000. Call (941)-625-.
5259
22' GRADY WHITE SEAFARER
1986, 1995 200HP Johnson
OceanRunner, Good Clean
cond., $14,500 with trailer.
941-812-5842
24.5' CRESTLINER, many
updates, runs great, exc. fish-
ing, $6500. (9411-505-6617
24' Bayliner 1976, Cabin
cruiser w/fly bridge, rebuilt
305 w/Volvo outdrive, dual
helm stations, galley, needs
work, engine runs great, no
trailer, $2,500/obo, (941)-
916-5983


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7330 BOATS-POWERED
"24' FIBERGLASS PONTOON,
new deck, carpet, '97 115hp
Merc, runs great, 2-axle trlr.
all for $1999 (941)-493-2312
32' TROJAN Fiberglass, 12'
' beam very nice in & out, twin
engine (needs motors)
- $2,000. Engl. 614-975-6981
.*9/09/2005
Boat Donations Needed
Non-Profit for
Health & Fitness
Supports Special Needs
Call Dennis (800)488-6745
**** Free Pick Up ****
FI.Dept, of Agriculture CH16520

CASH IN A FLASH?
for your house,car,]
truck, boat, etc.
(941)627-08028
$$ CASH PAID $$
For Your Boat or Yacht.
Any Size or Price.
Will Come To You.
(941)626-9075
CLEAN USED BOATS
LARGE INVENTORY
FISCHER MARINE
(239)694-4626

7331 SAILBOATS
18 ft Day Sailer Widget Style,
S $3000, 941-235-0709
25' 1985 CATALINA,
New Honda 9.9; Jib
sail; bimini, etc.
$8,500. 941-876-6190
.- 35' Olsen, fiberglassed wood-
: en hull, needs work, $3,900,
(941)-764-7922


7333 MISC.
BOATS/WATER SPORTS


1987 Hoog boat ,13'-8"
fiberglass V-hull. Great for
back bay fishing, no
motor, trailer need repair.
$750.
Call 941-815-1561

21' Rinkin 1984, 2 yr. warran-
ty on motor, $3,000/obo. If
interested call Shawn @ (941)
628-3701.
7334 OUTBOARD/
MARINE ENGINES
1995 115HP Marinierw/
controls, 6 mo warr. $3295.
Call Quality Outboards
941-474-8630
1995 200 Johnson Ocean-
Runner 2 yr warr. $4695.00
Call Quality Outboards
941-474-8630
1999 YAMAHA 150 0X66 2yr
warr. $5895.00
Call Quality Outboards
941-474-8630
2000 40 YAMAHA T&T w/
controls & prop. 6 mo war-
ranty $2550.00
Call Quality Outboards
941-474-8630
2000 50 HP Johnsoin w/
power trim, Will fit 20" tran-
som $2,350. (239)-821-3170
Arcadia
2000 Evinrude Ficht 150HP,
new computer, runs well. Will
demo $3250.00 270-7992
2000 YAMAHA 200HP DI,
2 yr warr. $6195.00 Call
Quality Outboards
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7332 PERSONAL 5.5hp Johnson $250; 6hp
732P SNA Evinrude $300. New wtr
WATER VEHICLES pumps. Todd (941)-716-6880
1995 SEA DOO, GTX, 3- Yamaha 200 HP V-Max,I
sweater. runs great, looksgood Approx. 85 hrs. with warr.
w/trlr $1599 (941)-493-2312 $4900 obo. 941-268-6465
1996 SEA DOO XP, fast & fun, 7336 BOAT STORAGE/
runs & looks great! $1500 DOCKING E
(941)-493-7403 DOCKING
96 Seadoo GTS, 3 seater, Jet- COVERED BOAT slip up to 28'
ski, 90 hrs, garage kept, in Port Charlotte, 1 bridge to
$2500 OBO 941-276-2681 Gulf. $99/month
POLARIS MSX 140, seats 3, 1 (941)-504-5468
less than 15 hours, $7995. DINGY LIFT Electric, dock
floating dock avail. 941-629- mount. Will move & Install.
6272 L/M cell 941-815-0911 $350. Call (941) 628-5573
SEADOO Millinium Edition GTX
with trailer, low hours, $3800 7337 BOAT REPAIRS
obo. (941)-626-2364
See Level Marine.
7333 MISC. Licensed and certified
BOATS/WATER SPORTS Please call (941) 457-9522
NEED CASH? I


14' ALUM. boat, oars, elec.
motor & trailer, $700. (941)-
627-3534


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7338 MARINE SUPPLY 7341 TRAILER & 7360 CYCLES/MOPEDS/ 7365 ATV 7370 CAMPERS/ 7380 MOTOR HOMES/
& EQUIP. ACCESSORIES SCOOTERS TRAVEL TRAILERS RVs
2005 Polaris w/helmet &
32' TROJAN Fiberglass, 12' 2002 SHADOW 750, LOW access, 50CC, great shape, rid- 34' AVION Silver Classic TT
beam very nice in & out, twin MILES, RUNS GOOD, den very little, $1,800 new. Ask- triple axle, twin beds, new
engine (needs motors) $3,800/obo. (941)-423-2944 ing $1,200(941)493-8952 tires, reefer, tanks, antenna,
$2,000. Engl. 614-975-6981 NEW TIRES pair 2003 HARLEY DAVIDSON 4 WHEELER, Honda Recon batteries, faucet, $14,000.
PILING MOUNT DAVIT, 7', 255/70/2285 Road King, black w/security 250, runs great, needs tires. (941)-639-6363
$300. 941)475-0789 Yokohama w/whee alarm and windshield. 1700 $1200 obo. (941)-484-6574 I BUY Travel Trailers, 5th MVIUST BE SOLD
7339 CANOES/ $500. 941-473-8369 mi. No time to ride. Asking Wheels & Park Models. Pay LOWEST
7339 CANOES/ $16,000. (941)-426-0964 7370 CAMPERS/ Cash/Top dollar. Call Dave PRICES OF
KAYAKS UTILITY TRAILER, 4x9, good 2003 HONDA SHADOW TRAVEL TRAILERS (813)-713-3217
shape, great tires, all steel SABRE 1100 Lots of custom RV BIKE COVER THE YEAR
16' CANOE, Mohawk, fiber- sides an floor, $450 obo. parts, 3k miles, Best offer 1994-33ft Fleetwood HOLDS 2 BIKES, $20
glass w/ paddles & seats, Call (941)740-0181 (9411426-6941 Terry, Fully loaded, excl (941)429-4840
$75. SOLD!!! UTILITY TRAILER, 7x16, tan- 2003 NINJA ZX6R, 11K mi. cond. completely self* '
FL's Largest Kayak Selec- dem, ramp, gate, 4' steel Garage kept. $5,700. (941 contained. Not a FEMAor
tion! Rentals, Tours, Classes. sides, 10k lb axle, new tires, 661-6175 trailer. $17,000 Call for
Economy Tackle 6018 S easy pull, $1250. obo. (941)- 661-6175 pics via email. 941-627- RV World INC
Trail, Sara. (941)922-9671 624-5398. 2004 CUSTOM CHOPPER 1994W Of Nokomis
ASPT Evo eng., S&S, rip saw 1998 GIden Falcon 29' 5th NW OR USED Of Nokolmis
KAYAKS & CANOES 1998 Gowen Faco 29 5th 2110 N. Tamiami
SALES, RENTAL, EQUIP. 7360 CYCLES/MOPEDS/ exhaust. 700miles. $12,000. Wheel, clean Ex.cond, RV World INC 2 Nokomis
LARGEST SELECTION IN SCOOTERS $16,500 (863)-735-8089 Of Nokomis 1-75 Exit 195
SOUTHWEST FLORIDA 2004 Kawasaki KLX 110, 4 2000 Coachman 26' Camer 2110N. Tamiami
ESTERO RIVER 1980 YZ250W/TRAILER& stroke, $1,250 ALSO 2003 2000 Coachman 26' Camper 2110 N. 941-966-2182
(239) 992-4050 TOOLBOX $1250/B.0. Yamaha R 125, 4 stroke, with slide-out. Used very little Trail, Nokomis 941-966-2182
941-6271550 $1,750. Both bikes in exc. $10,500. (941)-743-0269 1-75 Exit 195
7341 TRAILER & cond. (941)-629-3454 or 941- 2001 Travel Trailer, 941-966-2182 28' CRUISE MASTER By
ACCESSORIES 1981 Honda Goldwing-1100, 626-0743. Sleeps 6, $5700 Georgie Boy 34K miles, new
Good Tires, New battery 941-629-3668 tires, roof, brake, A/C, carpet.
$1,850. (941)-743-0269 2004 Suzuki LS650, 1500 $15,000. 941-575-2311
05 r sdvent 1 982 HONDA Goldwing 1100 mi., like new, Windshield, 2003 Cedar Creek 30'TH, hyd. 7380 MOTOR HOMES/ 32' SOUTHWIND 1979 needs
rear ramp, side cargo door, vent 1982 HONDA Goldwing 1100 Sissy Bar, rear rack, $3400, slide, deluxe int., N/P, N/S, RVs work inside, would make great
& inside lighting, used 1 time, Series. Low miles. $4,000/ 941-639-3599 cast wheels, many upgrades, RV work inside, would make great
$3,000 obo(941)-240-5032 obo. 286-8078, 575-9142 retied box truck, runs good, $1,000.
16' UTILITY TRAILER single 1986 Honda Goldwing Inter- DYNA, Super Glide Custom w/ Mar 04' & 05'. Can be seen in 1986 WINNEBAGO, 26' Class (941) 9160532.
axel w/gate/ramp. $500. state, 1200 cc very low Stage 1 ScrearinEagle Pipes Engl 9/12-9/23. Extremely C, 32K mi. New brakes, new 37' MH 1996 Patriot Diesel
941-400-1620 mileage 7K $3500. Firm & extra chrome, $13,500 or nice! (513288-2635 belts, asking $6800. (941)- pusher, 60K mi, exce cond,
16' utility trailer. Dual axle. 'SOLD* trade for antique vehicle. 941- 2005 28ft Travel Trailer, Dual $ 1 5-7.
$850. 941-223-6924. 1992 Custom 1200 Sport- 391-1912. Slides $16,500 941- 628- 1991 ULTRA STAR, Model 32' 97 Damon DayBreak, Class A,
20' ENCLOSED TRAILER ster, custom parts, 13k mi, 2005 HARLEY DAVIDSON 2146 diesel, sips 6,941 good cod, 31', gen,towing rig, X cod,
USED DAILY, RAMP & SIDE DOOR $7600 OBO 941-698-1867 Electraglide Classic w/ 1,400 2005 Trail Cruiser 31.7 by 662-02 35K 182les, $21,500. 941-
NEW TIRES. $2500. 1992 HONDA SCOOTERw/ mi., black cherry. Showroom Travel Light Alluminum fram- 1995 Fleetwood Flair 30', -
(941485-0773 helmet. Low miles. $800. condition. Asking. $21,000. ing, sleeps 9, power slide, T.V Class A, awning, low mi., $$ CASH PAID $$
2001 Tandem axle dump trail- (941)-505-0488 (941)-62b-5259 0 miles! $15,000. 624-2951 good cond., lots of extras,. For Your Motor Home/
er. good condition with acce- HARY AV N FatNo pets, no smoke. $23 00,Travel Trailer Any Size or
series $1900 obo. 457-6806 T2005 HARLEY DAVIDSON at 2006 37' LANDMARK, New Reduced to $21,000. Must Price. Will Come To You.
sries $1900 obo. 457-6806 Boy, Anniversary edition. Sun- Nu-Mar quality. Every option! sell. (941) 268-6208 (941)626-9075
2004 14ft enclosed cargo splash blue, custom pipes, Cost $95,000. Sell for
trailer, ramp & side door 1999 KAWASAKI 1500 Vulcan mint cond. $18,000. $79,500. (941)-613-1313 1995 WINNEBAGO, Class A,
$2300. 473-2847 Nomad, dressed, 6k mi, Ask- (941)-270-1659 25', separate bedroom, tip s
2005 6' x 12' Wells Cargo ing$4,500. 941-255-5766 92 H LOW RIDER, rus top shape. 25K miles.1O
trailer. $2200. obo (609)-276- 1999 YAMAHA VENTURE 25K great, $10,750 obo. WifeI $17,500. 941-223-9193 or
0771 (located in P.G.) miles, new tires, justtuned up. says SELL IT! 941-456-5184 22' TIMBERLODGE trailer, 941-493-8016 RV World
1'.GAL. TADM TRL Looks & rides excellent. Too 2002, sleeps 5, great cond. 2000 37'TROPICAL 18k, Of Nokon is
21' GALV. TANDEM TRAIL- many options to list. $7500. Electric Scooter, like new, Has it all. $9500 obo. Call200037 TROPICAL 18, f Noko
ER Tortion bar axels, Good 863-494-3519 must sell $300 OBO call 941-624-0593 Loaded, Awnings all around, 2110N.Tamiami
cond. $8941-2695923 any time 2 slides, Tag axle, Class A Tral, Nokomis
941-483-3902 Go Cart, 2 seater needs 23' SUNLINE '90, sleeps 6, $59,900/obo 941-473-7147
BOAT TRAILER 24' Dual axel, motor, $100 623-2707 3 A/C, awning, good cond. 2003 GULFSTREAM 21' BT
Galv. Good condition. $1500. 2000 Yamaha YZ125 must $3,250. 941-932-2485 cruiser, fully self contained, 1-75 Exit 195
941-661-0714 see. Moving must sell Mini Chopper, 49cc, used 27'TT, handicapped equipped, 17,500. mi. Like new!
Dual axle Pontoon trailer like $1,800.obo 426-4688 only 2 weeks, w/battery 2002 model. Elec. ramp. $38,000. obo 941-639-1559
new, refurbished $950 obo. charger & tool kit, blue & Raised toilet & shower. FREE
941-769-8064nei 2001 HARLEY DAVIDSON orange, $300. (941) 457- $18,000.W (941)-743-5358 T
941-769-8064 SPORTSTER Custom 1200, 2667 or (941)-625-0086 ,000.9417435358 T T We'll sell your RV/Camper
ENCLOSED 5 x 12 Encl. Utility 4,400 miles, very clean, Ask- 28' Prowler 5th wheel, 2002, S y at no cost!
Trailer, $499. obo *SOLD* ing $7500. 941-698-2459 or POCKET BIKE Verucci X-1 exc. shape. Lg. pop out. U ^NS-"i" Eppr RV'
NEW BOAT TRAILERS AT 941-916-1852 4 mths old, like new, very sharp $14,000/obo. 941-740-3620 Skip Eppers RVs
NEW BOAT TRAILERS AT 1-1 1 $500Arm. 941-7696772 941-639-6969
Dealer Cost. Credit Cards 2001 Kawasaki ZRX 1200 R, 30', 2001 ELITE PUT CLASSIFIEDS We do it right!
Accepted. WEST COAST $4200 OBO 941-457-5151 7365 ATV Travel trailer, like new,
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