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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
Place of Publication: Venice Fla
Publication Date: October 21, 2007
Copyright Date: 2007
Frequency: semiweekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Venice (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Sarasota County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Sarasota -- Venice
Coordinates: 27.098611 x -82.438889 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 56, no. 7 (April 4-6. 2001)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issue for April 4-6, 2001 also called April 4, 2001.
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Volume ID: VID00428
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Preceded by: Venice gondolier (Venice, Fla. : 1983)

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BY GREG GILES
NEWS EDITOR

Venice City Council will
reconsider a proposal this
week to kill the Tra Ponti at
the Waterfront project in its
entirety.
Council Member Bill Wil-
Ison made the proposal in
September to allow the devel-
oper to start with a clean
slate, but council decided
instead to workshop the pro-
ject that's been criticized for
its height, parking and other
issues.


That didn't sit well with
Willson, who said the process
of holding a workshop in a
quasi-judicial setting was
cumbersome.
He came back Oct. 9 and
gave notice that he wants
council to reconsider its ac-
tion.
If council agrees with
Willson at its Oct. 23 meeting,
technically it kills the project,
requiring Waterford Com-
panies to start from scratch
with an entirely new permit
process a year from now.
Council does have the


option to waive the year-long
waiting period before Water-
ford can resubmit its propos-
al, anl it would likely invoke
the waiver. In that case, it
could move straight to what
Willson hopes will be a work-
shop process that is more
open to coming up with cre-
ative solutions to bringing
down the project's height.
Also on council's agenda
for Tuesday, Oct. 23: a round-
about dispute resolution pro-
posal that could give the
county the go-ahead to
resume planning for a round-


about at the intersection of
East Venice Avenue and
Jacaranda Boulevard.
The city invoked dispute
resolution under the joint
planning agreement to stop
county action on the round-
about.
It was been seeking a seat
at the table to help plan any
future improvements -
something it says is required
under the JPA at the inter-
sections that lie just outside
city limits.

Please see COUNCIL, 5A


Does 1 cent make sense?


A referendum on the
. Nov. 6 ballot to extend
the 1-cent sales surtax
has generated strong
opinions on both
sides of the issue.
BY STEVEN J. SMITH
STAFF WRITER

A penny for your
thoughts and your vote.
On Nov. 6. Sarasota
County voters will choose
whether to extend the so-
called 1 -cent sales surtax for
another 15 years. ftom 2010
through 2024. Early voting
opens MNonday.
The tax has been in effect
for 18 yearsJ.unding myrTiad
county projects and set-
vices. If passed, the tax will
raise $1.4 billion more to
support endeavors slated
for unincorporated Sara-
sota Counry, the cities of
Sarasota, North Port and
Venice, the town of Long-
boat Key and, the Sarasota
County School Board.
Those projects include:
Transportation $344.2
million


SUiI PHOTO BY JEFF TAVARES lavare,,,eni,:c,,r,d:.Iie, o:m-
The children's interactive fountain in Venice's Centennial Park is one of many local projects that
got 1-cent sales surtax funds under a referendum that remains in effect through 2009.


Water and sewer -
$98.3 million
Parks $64.2 million
Criminal justice $551.1
million
Public safety $50.6
million


Libraries $23.5 mil-
lion
Environmental restora-
tion $20.5 million
Neighborhoods $10
million
Economic Development


Surtax Trust Fund $8.5
million
Health systems facilities
- $8 million
General government -
$7.4 million
Please see SENSE, 4A


SUN PHOTO BY BOB MUDGE
Despite an early lead in the Sun Fiesta bed races Saturday, the
Women's Sertoma team, right, lost to the defending champions,
the Sertoma Club of Venice, left. Sun Fiesta continues in down-
town Venice Sunday, rain or shine, from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.


North Venice, Nokomis

North Port are jail options


BY ROGER BUTTON
BUSINEWS COLUMNIST

Where is the next jail likely
to be built? North Venice,
Nokomis and North Port are
all potential locations.
Ten years ago residents of
Nokomis fought a major bat-
tle and persuaded the Sara-
sota County Commission not
to build a jail adjoining the
Solid Waste Landfill site on
Knights Trail north of Laurel
Road and east of the inter-
state.
The proposal in 1997 was
to build a correctional facility
designed to handle misde-
meanor offenders as a result
of the rise in number of pris-
oners being held in the jail in
downtown Sarasota. It was to
be funded from the county's
1-cent sales surtax revenue.


The decision was made to
enlarge the existing jail instead.
At that time, most of the
.area consisted of small ranch-
es and fields. Since then, the
Venetian Golf & River Club
and other major residential
projects have been construct-
ed, and there are plans for an
additional 5,000 homes with-
in a short distance of the
landfill.
Now the enlarged jail is
filled to capacity with people
awaiting trial or serving sen-
tences.
A Criminal Justice Com-
mittee has been set up and
will operate under the aus-
pices of the existing Criminal
Justice Planning Committee.
Chief Twelfth Circuit Court
Judge Lee Haworth heads

Please see JAIL, 5A


Man found dead near vehicle


The Florida Highway Patrol
reported an unidentified, 75-
year-old male was found dead
east of his vehicle early Oct. 20.
The victim's 1995 Buick was


found at rest in a ditch on the
south shoulder of Mangrove
Road, east of Dolphin Road in
Venice. The accident is under
investigation.


Volunteering keeps retired teachers in touch


Make A Differenco


EDITOR'S NOTE: You can make
a difference in the life of some-
one or help an organization that
desperately needs it.
If you have a special skill or
already know how you could be
of assistance, call a local volun-
teer organization like Meals On
Wheels, Big Brothers Big
Sisters, United Way or your local
church to find out more about
how your actions can touch the
lives of others.
If you're unsure how you can
help, but want to get involved,
visit the Friendship Volunteer
Center at friendshipvolunteer.
com or call 953-5965.
The center will help connect
you with a needy organization or
put you in contact with another


Good morning,
Gondolier Sun subscriber,
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agency to help you find yo
niched.
Get involved ... and me
difference.

BY LOU KENNEDY
STAFF WRITER

There's a reason S
Youth Librarian Sheila I
has a slew of retired tee
volunteering for her
Frances T. Bourne Jaca
Library in Venice. Th
need a kid fix.
'After working with
dren for many years, ]
teachers get here a bit o
they've been missing," I
said.


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Marie Talmage, a retired
elementary teacher from
Mount Arlington, N.J., who
has worked at the youth ser-
S vice desk since the library
opened in 1994, said assisting
6 and interacting with the little
ones makes up for not seeing
e her grandchildren as much as
she'd like. It also fills die void
after a long career teaching
)ur elementary school kids.
Diane Henderson,. the
ake a newest volunteer of the seve n
retirees who work in the
youth department; missed
the contact she had with
youngsters after a 30-year
career with Michigan and
Indiana school districts. With
Senior no children or grandchildren
Kaufer of her own, she called the 20
achers or 30 first- and third-graders
at the she taught "my kids."
iranda "I always had a library in
ey all my classrooms," Henderson
said, "and loved watching the
chil- children's faces as I read to
retired them."
f what Kaufer depends on her for
Kaufer the Toddler Tale bulletin
board each Friday, a task well-


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suited to Henderson's artistic
skills. Henderson feels that
reading to toddlers or chil-
dren of any age affects them
in important ways.
"I can't say enough about
books, visualizing and letting
your imagination go," Hen-
derson said. "TV is not using
Sour imagination, and a com-
puter is a wonderful thing,
but you can't snuggle up to it
on a winter night, like you can
when your parents read to
you."
Finding the time
Staffing the youth service
desk from 1 to 4 p.m. on Fri-
days, Talmage's job is answer-
ing questions and suggesting
appropriate books to kids
ranging from preschool age to
sixth-graders who file in that
day.
Before she retired, she was
an elementary school teach-
er, ending her career as a
school librarian. When she
retired to Venice, she immedi-

Please see TOUCH, 5A


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SUN PHOTO BY JEFF TAVARES, jtavares@venicegondolier.com
Frances T. Bourne Jacaranda Public Library Senior Youth Librarian
Sheila Kaufer, center, stands with volunteers Diane Henderson, left,
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DR. FRED ALBEE visited the Venice-Nokomis area in 1917 and
purchased large parcels of land. By 1925 he owned most of
Venice and 25 miles of waterfront property. An orthopedic sur-
geon, Albee pioneered work in bone grafting; invented orthope-
dic tools; taught surgeons worldwide; and was decorated by
the governments of 14 countries. He founded the Venice Bank,
opened the Florida Medical Center and donated land for the
Venice Methodist Church and the Nokomis school.


Builders


offer


bargains

BY JOHN HAUGHEY
STAFF WRITER
Area builders nearly unan-
imously agree the worst of the
new-home building slump -
and- slow construction job
market is over.
"We seem to have hit a
plateau; it is not falling off
anymore," said Ron Hill, a
Port Charlotte contractor and
president of the Charlotte-
DeSoto Building Industry
Association.
"The way I would put it is,"
he said, "my hope is this is the
bottom, that we've hit it."
For potential home buyers,
the "bottom" offers advan-
tages.
For instance, visit Gary
Grennell any Sunday after-
noon and you may leave the
owner of a new home at a
great price with a mortgage
you can afford.
It isn't hard to find him -
look for the balloons, the tent,
and the Kix 92.9 Country
Radio live remote at Allstate
Builders' model homes off
Toledo Blade on the Sarasota-
Charlotte county line in North
Port.
Grennell has been building
and selling homes for 25 of
the 31 years he's lived in the
area.
And he's never seen a bet-
ter home buyers' market than
right now this very instant.
"I'd love to go on Oprah
and say, 'Look, it ain't that
bad,' Grennell said, noting
the drumbeat of bad news
about the deflated real estate
market, building slowdown
and credit crisis is painting a
distorted picture.
"Despite what you hear,
there are good mortgages out
there," he said. "And here is
the benefit: Right now, you
can get into a home for $700
to $900 a month (mortgage).
In one or two years, that same
house would cost $2,000" a
month.
According to Realtor Ar-
thur Broslat of ReMax Palm
Harbor Realty in Venice,
home prices in North Port,
Venice, Englewood and Char-
lotte County are'down, on
average, 20 percent to 30 per-
cent since January 2006,
Broslat, in his weekly re-
ports, also emphasizes the
time to buy is now.
"Prices have stabilized," he
said. "No further decline is
expected, except for condos,
which continue to be built."
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Mix-up adds $6 million to sheriff's budget


BY STEVEN J. SMITH
STAFF WRITER

Oops.
Just when the Sarasota
County Commission thought
it was finished haggling with
Sheriff William Balkwill to cut
his swollen $88 million budget
for fiscal year 2008, the com-
missioners learned to their
chagrin Friday that an addi-
tional $5.7 million was now
needed to cover construction
of a new "sally port" at the
Sarasota cityjail
The sally port is a secure
area where prisoners are taken
in and out of the jail.
"Excuse me?" blinked Cou-
nty Commission Chairwoman
Nora Patterson, when told by
Chief Financial Planning Officer


Jeffrey Seward
of the account-
ing glitch.
"That's over
and above his
budget?"
"Yes," was Se-
ward's un-
comfortable
Patterson reply
"You mean
$5.7 million? That we didn't dis-
cuss at the budget meetings?"
Patterson demanded.
Deputy County Admin-
istrator David Bullock came to
Seward's rescue.
"What happened was the
sally port was in the 2007 bud-
get, and we talked about it,"
Bullock said. "We expected it to
begin construction (in fiscal
year 2007), but it couldn't begin


construction. It's a difficult pro-
ject to do."
Bullock said the project was
now ready to go forward, but
due to an accounting miscue,
which came at the close of fis-
cal year 2007 on Sept. 30, that
$5.7 million did not get carried
over into the 2008 budget.
'Apparently, we missed (the
deadline) by three weeks,"
Bullock said.
Carrying on
A new sally port has been
needed in Sarasota for quite
some time, Bullock said after-
ward. A three-week delay in
awarding the bid for its con-
struction forced its funding to
come from somewhere else.
"We'll (ultimately) get it
from our reserve funds," Bull-


ock said. "It's not a huge deal."
Bullock said the matter will
appear as a public hearing item
on a county commission agen-
da for approval within the next
few weeks. The commissioners
will then adopt a resolution
calling for the issuance of a
loan for the project, payable
over the next five years.
"In the whole context of the
budget, the process would
have been invisible had we just
included it in one more year of
the capital improvement plan,"
Bullock said. "This has been in
our CIP over the last three or
four years. Every year we just
carry it forward. This year, for
whatever reason, they didn't
get it rewarded by the end of
the year."
ssmith@sun-herald.com


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County examines surge protection


BY STEVEN J. SMITH
STAFF WRITER

Living in a storm surge
floodplain is risky business,
and attention must be paid to
reduce its dangers.
That was the
crux of the
opening item
of a workshop
held by the
Sarasota
SCounty Com-
Friday at Twin
Lakes Park.
McCrane Sarasota
County Emer-
gency Management Chief Ed
McCrane boiled the topic down
to three specific aspects:
1. The processes currently in
place to mitigate. property
damage and human suffering.
2. An emergency manage-
ment plan to respond to storm
surge events.
3. A post-disaster redevel-
opment plan.
"We'd like to stress that
procedures and policies by
themselves are nothing if we
don't have the cooperation of
the public," McCrane said.
Paul Radauskas, building
official with the county's plan-
ning and development services
department, spoke to mitiga-
tion through rigid building
codes.
"The state did a study a few
years ago and found that the
county should have an eleva-
tion of 19.4 feet in the barrier
islands," Radauskas said, adding
that any new building must be
constructed on strictly coded
and engineered pile founda-
tions.


Unconvinced
Senior Planner Brian Beat-
ty then spoke to the emergency
management plan.
'We have objectives and poli-
cies in the county's comprehen-
sive plan particular to planning
issues in storm surge," Beatty
said, and public education and
communication are essential in
identifying the most appropri-
ate response to a storm event
- and the evacuation proce-
dures most pertinent in a
flood emergency.
Laird Wreford, county coast -
al resources -manager, then
espoused a post-disaster rede-
velopment plan he believes
necessary high
hazard coastal area.'
"This is a plan that will look
at how we go about position-
ing ourselves in the best pos-
sible way after disaster," Wre-
ford said.
County Commissioner Jon
Thaxton reacted to Wreford's
presentation with a wry ob-
servation of his own.
"We need to have a pre-dis-
aster development plan," Thax-
ton said.
He said that a common
theme of gulf beach setback


requests coming before him
and his colleagues involves
replacing 1,200-square-foot buil-
dings with 9,000-square-foot
ones.
"You cannot convince me
that you're not going to do
more monetary damage to that
$10 million home with a
Category 5 storm than entirely
obliterating the smaller struc--
ture," Thaxton said.
ssmith@sun-herald.com


Corrections
A story by Jerry Rogovin in the Oct. 7 Venice Gondolier Sun
incorrectly reported the Bay Street Village development in
Osprey will have a Ritz-Carlton hotel. Although the project is
anticipated to have a small luxury hotel, there are no plans
to locate a Ritz-Carlton hotel, or a hotel affiliated with The
Ritz-Carlton, Sarasota, at the Bay Street Village develop-
ment.
A story in the Oct. 17 edition of the Venice Gondolier Sun
had an error about some parents with children enrolled in
private schools who might want to enroll them at Pine View
School. The paragraph should have read: "Sara Winer,
Priscilla Adams and Stephen Culp have their children, also
under age 8, enrolled in private school and worry about their
children getting into Pine View."
The Gondolier Sun regrets the errors.


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LANG
* For Venice City Council Seat 5
* PRIORITIES:
Open, responsive government
Preserving small town charm
Protecting sensitive habitat
S Saving our Municipal golf course
Keeping r'ari'6rt safe and neighborly
* EXPERIENCE:
* Over 30 years in the non-profit and public sectors
L including municipal depts. of police, community
,q. development, and housing with responsibility for multi-
million dollar State and Federal programs and projects.
M Masters of Science Degree/Comn. Ec. Dev.
President of Venice Neighborhoods Coalition, Inc.
Member of the Board of Sarasota County Council
* of Neighborhood Associations
www.veniceneighborhoods.org/lang


ED'.

I MARTIN
For Mayor Seat 7
PRIORITIES AS MAYOR:
Increase the opportunity for citizens to be heard
and participate
Limit scope and location of airport development -
support safe aviation
Protect the John Nolen vision of Venice that we love
Protect and enhance our beaches, parks and wildlife
open spaces
Work cooperatively with Sarasota County
EXPERIENCE:
Non-partisan leadership. Honored for "Visionary Leadership"
by Johnson and Reagan Administrations
Assistant U.S. Secretary of Education
Invited to teach public policy at Harvard and Columbia
President and CEO of non-profit National Center
Elected t6 boards of Golden Beach Association, Venice
Interfaith Community Association, Sarasota Friends
Meeting, and Banking, Insur., Sci., Mfg. Corps.
Consultant to the Gulf Coast Community Foundation of Venice
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HERNIE

ZAVODNY K
For Venice City Council Seat 6
PRIORITIES:
A BETTER PLACE NOW AND FOR THE FUTURE
Limited development at airport to circus arena area
Keep Lake Venice Golf Club
Protect sensitive habitat
Create commission to set environmental standards
EXPERIENCE:

J.D. Notre dame College of Law
Admitted to Illinois Bar
Asst. Corp. Counsel, City of Chicago
Staff Director, American Bar Association
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SENSE from Page 1 A
Historical museum $2
million
County Commission Chair
Nora Patterson has champi-
oned the tax extension in talks
she has given all over Sarasota
County.
"This tax has built libraries,"
Patterson has said. "It has built
parks. It has bought land to
build parks on. It has paid for
radio systems, buses, jails,
courthouses. But more impor-
tantly, it has paid for more dis-
cretionary things that people
really want, which make this a
quality community."
Patterson said that due to a
state legislative change, the
county would miss an entire
year of the tax's benefits if its
continuation does not receive
approval by Jan. 1, 2009. This
means passage is necessary
either in 2007 or 2008.
Patterson said a positive
aspect of the tax is that about
35 percent of its revenues
come from people who don't
even live here snowbirds
and tourists since 'it is a
sales tax rather than a proper-
ty tax.
"For the future of this
county, keeping it the quality
place we love, there really
couldn't be a more important
vote," Patterson said.
To be funded
According to figures pro-
vided by the county, the fol-
lowing South County areas
and their projects would ben-
efit from the sales tax:
Venice
30 projects totaling nearly
$63 million, including:
Police facility expansion
on Ridgewood Avenue ($9.4
million)
*, Performing arts center
($8.5 million)
Utilities infrastructure
improvements ($7.5 million)
Community projects along
Laurel Road-Knights Trail ($5
million)
Fire station on Harbor
Drive ($4.1 million)
Stormwater ponds ($4
million)
Nokomis


Quirk Library ($2 million)
Enhancements to Mana-
sota Beach (along with Cas-
persen and North Jetty
beaches, totaling $7.35 mil-
lion in all)
A South County Florida
House and Environmental
Learning Center Challenge
Grant ($500,000)
The Lemon Bay Perform-
ing Arts Center Challenge
Grant ($500,000)
North Port
30 projects totaling nearly
$146 million, including:
Three new elementary
schools ($28.7 million)
A new. middle school
($8.5 million)
A new high school ($27
million)
Big bite
There is opposition to the
1-cent sales surtax, however,
including the Sarasota County
Council of Neighborhood
Associations, Inc.
Founded in 1961, the
group is a coalition of more
than 49 neighborhoods and
condominium and home-
owners' associations dedicat-
ed to working io protect
neighborhood interests and
to providing a voice for all
neighborhoods in Sarasota
County, according to its Web
site.
Bill Zoller, a past president
and current board member,
claimed the quarrel with the
tax is that the school board
would get too big a bite out of
it despite the fact that the
board has an alternative rev-
enue source: raising school
impact fees to the level of sur-
rounding counties.
An impact fee is a financ-


ing mechanism intended to
ensure that builders con-
structing new developments
or retail centers specifically
causing increased needs for
infrastructure and facilities -
such as schools are directly
responsible for those costs.
"The Sarasota County
School Board collected rough-
ly $6 million in impact fees last
year," Zoller said. "If their
impact fees had been as high
as Manatee County's, they
would have collected $18 mil-
lion.
"Our point is, they're will-
ing to put the difference on
the backs of taxpayers instead
of making growth pay its
way."
Zoller said the school dis-
trict already gets 56 percent of
property taxes collected in
the county.
"And when you look at the
dollars that the school district
gets from the surtax, it's 25
percent," Zoller said, "which
comes out to $351.5 million
or $23.4 million per year over
the 15-year life of the exten-
sion."
Zoller said that amount
could easily come from
impact fees, assuming build-
ing would continue in the
county.
"And if building isn't hap-
pening, you don't need new
schools anyway," Zoller said.
He said there was no rush
to get the matter decided.
"There's plenty of time
between now and Dec. 31,
2008," Zoller said. "It would
be far better to have the mat-
ter come back to the public
with the school impact fees
being raised."

ssmith@sun-herald.com


OBITUARIES


Denise G.Trinklein
Denise Gale (Eldred) Trink-
lein, daughter of Darwin and
Devota (Hennagir) Eldred,
danced into
the everlasting
light of our
Lord and Sav-
ior Friday,
Sept. 28, 2007,
peacefully at
her home. She
was born Jan.
31, 1951.
A rare in- Trinklein
curable disease,
Scleroderma,
forced Denise to move from


Frankenmuth (Clio Graduate
1969), Mich., to Venice with
her two children in 1982.
Denise practiced holistic
medicine and participated in
medical trials and procedures
that increased her quality of
life. Denise lived with great
passion for the arts. She
played accordion, drums and
keyboard. She was a profes-
sional instructor and per-
former of Latin and ballroom
dance as long .as she could.
Denise loved deeply with an
appreciation and acknowl-
edgement of all that God has
made.


Denise is survived by her
children, Candice (Steve)
Mitsis of Osprey, Kevin (Holly)
Trinklein of Nokomis, Darwin
(Rosie) Eldred of Montrose,
Mich., and Dawn Nimtz
(Eldred) (formerly Bay City),
Nokomis.
Services: Cremation has
taken place and a memorial
service was given Oct. 2 at
the Venice-Nokomis United
Methodist Church where she
was a member. Interment is
at Jesse Knight Memorial
Cemetery, Nokomis.
Contributions: Please con-
tact the family for memorials.


POLICE BEAT


Three charges in
domestic incident
Allegations of infidelity got
a Venice man arrested Mon-
day.
Carlos Alberto Solano Leon,
23, 400 block Substation Road,
faces charges of domestic bat-
tery by strangulation, aggra-
vated battery with a deadly
weapon and tampering with
a victim.
On Oct. 15 a 19-year-old
female came into the Venice
Police Department to report a
battery.


According to VPD release,
she said her boyfriend, Leon,
was intoxicated and accused
her of cheating on him.
At one point he grabbed her
by the throat and squeezed,
making it hard for her to
breath, and demanded she
admit she was cheating on
him. According to the victim,
when he let go she began to
vomit. The beating continued
outside, where Leon slapped
her and hit her over the head
with a beer bottle.
The beating stopped brief-


ly and the victim went to the
home of a neighbor. Leon
overheard them talking and
went over to her, throwing her
to the ground and kicking her
in the face.
When the victim tried to use
the neighbor's phone, Leon
grabbed it out of her hand,
preventing her from calling
the police.
Eventually the victim made
it to Burger King and called a
friend who transported her to
the Venice Police Department
to make a report.


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SUNDAY, OCT. 21, 2007 SUN NEWSPAPERS 5A

COUNCIL from Page 1A The city is suing Pier city receives by leasing the approval for The Village at when the city planning com- Also on Tuesday, Don
Group, which owns Sharky's property. Venice, an upscale retirement mission considered it. Rainey, an agent for commer-
Sharky's and The Village Restaurant, to void its lease, City Manager Marty Black community planned on the Council gave its preliminary cial horticulture with the
OnTuesday at 3:30 p.m. city arguing it's invalid because of came close to renegotiating north side of Hatchett Creek approval of the project on University of Florida's exten-
council will hold a shade the blanks it contains. Those the contract on two separate Boulevard just east of first reading two weeks ago by sion services, will give a pre-
meeting with it attorneys to blanks would normally con- occasions, but Pier Group Pinebrook Road next to Aston a 4-3 margin. Tuesday's vote sentation on palm tree dis-
discuss the city of Venice v. tain the figures that deter- hasn't signed off yet. Gardens. will determine whether it ease.
Venice Pier Group Inc. lawsuit. mine the amount of rent the Also on the agenda is final The proposal drew a crowd moves forward. ggiles@venicegondolier.com

TOUCH from Page 1A
ately penciled in her volun- "I tell new retirees not to they don't know where they'd retirees who complete her ings; Beverly Morrison, who cated snowbirds.
teer time on the calendar. wait before volunteering." find the time." adult volunteer staff. They responded to an ad in the If you are interested in vol-
Contrary to what others Talmage said. "We don't just Kaufer counts her bless- are: Illda Deming and Mary Gondolier Sun to deliver box- unteering at the Jacaranda
think, Talmage knows most sit in our rocking chairs. ings that seven retired teach- Ellen O'Rourke who work es of books to seven area Library, call Kaufer at 861-1260.
retirees become very busy, Schedules get filled fast, and ers gravitated to the library with the Preschool Storytime preschools; and Jean Hall and Ikennedy@
very quickly, many of my friends now say and lists five additional program on Monday morn- Connie Robb, who are dedi- venicegondolier.com

JAIL from Page 1 A
both committees. He has tional and emotional re- bring the community along .. Personnel cost based on good traffic grid system to a
accepted an invitation to out- sponses which are not good with the project to avoid fear- JAIL TALKK the makeup of the prison new jail campus. Currently
line issues associated with the for future planning," said Ask. mongering, according to Ask. Chief Twelfth Circuit Court census is another expense the road system in North
proposed new county jail, "The current jail situation is "Will the next jail be a max- Judge Lee Haworth will factor. Venice is thought to have a lot
including possible locations unsatisfactory and creates the imum security location with speak on the proposed new "There is a long way to go, of problems.
and related facilities, at the need for a new jail or deten- razor-wire fences? Do we county jail at the Nokomis and we are looking for com- NACA wants to educate
Nokomis Area Civic Associ- tion center. If we don't need two of the same size? Is Area Civic Association munity input at this stage," the community. Ask believes
ation quarterly meeting at the become proactive on this there a greater need for a meeting at the Nokomis said Ask. his task is to make people
Nokomis Community Center, issue, an incident could arise rehabilitation center for clini- Community Center, Nippino Osprey and North Port, aware of the impact of a new
Nippino Trail, at 7 p.m. Tues- due to overcrowding and the cal, substance and alcohol Trail, at 7 p.m. Tuesday, then North Venice, Nokomis jail, as they will pay for it
day, Oct. 23. feds could take the decision related abuse as an alterna- Oct. 23. and Venice, are the fastest- through the taxes.
NACA President John Ask away from the local scene, tive?" said Ask. growing communities in the "The need is to be wise and
sits on the jail committee and implementing their own pro- Cost is a major factor. area. nbt emotional, making deci-
has arranged the presenta- ject." Configuration of the jail also The Criminal Justice Com- sions on facts, because ulti-
tion. Knowing the new jail is presents challenges, as it is mittee is gathering statistics mately it will impact the next
"Nimbyism (not in my going to be in mid or South illegal to mix females, males unit, the other five must be on police activity, generation," said Ask.
back yard) is a tremendous County, those involved in and juveniles. If one man used for men or remain Local geography is an The NACA forum is open
problem and can lead to irra- decision making want to occupies a cell in a six-cell empty. issue, as there is a need for a to the public.

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Volunteers needed
The city of Venice needs
volunteers to place markers
on stormwater inlets where
water flows into natural bod-
ies of water.


The program is part of an
effort to warn people not to
put debris in stormwater
structures that can affect the
quality of the environment
and have a negative impact


on sea life. Homeowner asso-
ciations interested in marking
their stormwater structures
are welcome to participate.
For information, call Val
Raney 486-2626, Ext. 25006.


Fire department
seeking history
The Venice Fire Depart-
ment is looking for its history.


Anyone having photos, sto-
ries or memorabilia related to
EMS and fire service in Venice
over the years is asked to con-


tact Lt. Tony Fitzgerald at off
shoreangel@gmail.com or
leave a message for him at
480-3030.


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Venice improve in countless ways, defined by more than just ONE
from infrastructure to aesthetics As a thmg, vote for:
full-time resident, business community
member and active volunteer, I am Fred Hammett, Mayor
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Mayor and City Council have done and Bill Willson, City Council Seal Six
strongly support them for re-election
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OCT. 21, 2007


OPINION


GONDOLIER SUN EDITOR
BOB MUDGE
bmudge@venicegondolier.com
SUN EDITOR
BROOKY BROWN
bbrown@venicegondolier.com


OUR VIEW



It's not too late to get back on track


A few weeks ago we had urged in an
editorial that candidates for Venice
City Council and their supporters
stick to the issues, and we were hopeful our
plea had been heard.
Until Thursday.
At a joint forum hosted by the Venice-
Nokomis Rotary Club and the Sertoma Club
of Venice, the gloves came off. And it was the
incumbents who dropped them, while the
challengers largely took the high road.
During the three minutes each was allot-
ted for an introduction, Fred Hammett and
JimWoods, and to a lesser degree BillWillson
- all of whom are members of Rotary -
chose instead to spend time questioning
their opponents' qualifications and back-
ground.
Hammett, for example, felt compelled to
point out that his challenger for mayor, Ed
Martin, requested the council filing packet
be sent to him in Canada, where he was
vacationing. We can't figure out how that dis-
qualifies Martin, who has told us he plans to
attend all the council meetings if elected.
Jim Woods, who touted himself for civili-


ty, twice referred to challenger Sue Lang's
union connections up north, with the thinly
veiled implication she must be anti-busi-
ness.
(He also claimed Lang has only voted in
one election since moving here in 2003; she
said she's voted every time. We're going to
look at that and a couple of other "facts" that
should be verifiable from public records and
let you know what we find. In this instance,
someone clearly isn't telling the truth.)
Partly, we suspect, the incumbents went
on the offensive because they knew they
were preaching to the choir an audience
composed mostly of people who are pro-
growth. (That being the case, though,
wouldn't it have made more sense to try to
win over any voter who is on the fence by
touting their own qualifications and back-
ground?)
Partly it may have been a reaction to an
ad put in the Gondolier Sun by Concerned
Taxpayers, the Venice Taxpayers League's
political action committee, attacking "land
developers, the Boones and the CQG
(Citizens for Quality Government" but


not the incumbents by name, though they
are CQG members -and recommending a
vote for Martin, Lang and Ernie Zavodnyik.
(Lang and Zavodnyik are VTL members.) ,
It was a typical cheap shot by that group,
and we should have caught and vetoed the
reference to the Boones, who support the
incumbents but are not candidates.
At the forum those three challengers dis-
avowed knowledge of the ad and said they
didn't like its message. They, however, came
under a direct attack that seemed choreo-
graphed, with the incumbents using "infor-
mation" their supporters began circulating
before the ad ran. (We assume they have
done a similar job vetting their own candi-
dates.)
And it was all such petty stuff, almost
entirely unrelated to the issues voters are
interested in: density, height, roads, the air-
port.
The ugly fact is, the stakes in this election
are perceived as being so high that any tactic
that might win votes will eventually be
resorted to. Sad to say, negative campaign-
ing often works, and it will until voters stop


buying it.
We were planning to start running our
endorsements in the council races soon, but
we've decided to hold off a little while to see
what the PACs or the candidates might try
next. We're going to give a lot of weight to the
way they behave over the next week or so,
and even up to the last edition before the
election
Withholding our endorsement is the only
leverage we have, and we're going to use it to
try to make this election more meaningful.
The voters deserve that.
A final comment to convey our disap-
pointment in the incumbents, all of whom
have made significant contributions to the
betterment of our community: Rotarians are
supposed to follow a code of conduct known
as the Four-Way Test: Is it the truth? Is it fair
to all concerned? Will it build goodwill and
better friendships? Will it be beneficial to all
concerned?
The Venice-Nokomis Rotary Club usually
displays the test on a banner in a prominent
place at its meetings. It wasn't much in evi-
dence Thursday physically or by example.


How much more?


BOB VEDDER
COLUMNIST

The Legislature has decid-
ed to try once again to get a
tax relief initiative on the
January ballot. This is to take
the place of the much dis-
cussed, and cussed, plan it
concocted to give us great re-
lief (actual positive dollars) in
property taxes.
As someone said, isn't it
funny when you are told you
are getting large tax cuts and
they are minuscule, and on
the other hand, when you are
told you are getting a slight
tax increase it's usually quite
large?
The main idea in the first
proposal was to give home-
owners a choice between the
current Save Our Homes sys-
tem of a 3-percent cap per
,year in the real estate taxes on
their homestead, and a
"super-exemption" of 85 per-
cent of the first $200,000 value
of the house and 25 percent of
the next $300,000.
For short-term homeown-
ers this would be a good ben-
efit, but they would lose the
homestead exemption from
then on.
It would seem to me the
Legislature' realized that most
people were not going to
choose the super-exemption,
since it was not so super. Of
course, the main reason there
is a new proposal is the super-
exemption was found uncon-
stitutional and ordered off the
ballot.
Our legislators went back
to some earlier proposals that
are easier to understand and
hard not to vote for. (It's hard
to not like whatever they
come up with here unless
you are running a local gov-
ernment.)
The big piece of the first
new proposals was the dou-
bling of the homestead exem-
ption, from $25,000 to $50,000.
That has since been found
likely to hurt a lot of counties
and is likely to be altered.
Next, they began strongly
considering building in some
portability of your homestead
exemption to the next house
you purchase. This would en-
courage people who want or
need to move and stimulate
the real estate market some.
There is talk of some relief
for small businesses but none
for property owners who pro-
vide the affordable rental
property we so desperately


need.
Another big change they
were considering would allow
low-income seniors to not
have to pay real estate taxes.
As Venice City Manager Marty
Black says, in a county with a
huge number of seniors on
Social Security, we might have
to shut down government if
this passed.
The repercussions could
be drastic, like the cutting of
50 more city jobs. If this got
approved, and it looks unlike-
ly it will, the schools in the
state would get $400 million
less than now. If all counties
were the same that would
mean our district would have
to cut $6 million more. Yet our
district is one of the bigger
ones, so more than likely it
would need to find $10 mil-
lion to $20 million more to
cut.
Of course, the legislators
say they will find the money,
but they also just cut a billion
from the budget, so it might
be hard to find $400 million
for the schools. This piece is
just plain and simple a huge
mistake.
Jim Ley had indicated to
me earlier in the week when
the plans included the seniors
cut that it looked like the
county might have to cut $30
million more. Should the Leg,
islature become this stupid,
this means that you had bet-
ter get ready for a newwave of
service cutbacks. Let me
imagine what you could see:
You might see the libraries
closed or maybe cut to fewer
days. Maybe they will stop
spraying for mosquitoes or
maybe not offer animal ser-
vices. They could cut SCAT,
since it loses money although
it has federal funds in it.
Maybe they will freeze all
wages and ask all departments
to make cuts, including the
other constitutional offices.
That could even include the
sheriff, who might put in a
no-replacement policy and
cut some mid-level managers
out. Actually, I doubt that.
Could be the county will
stop all neighborhood grants
or maybe cut an assistant
county administrator. They
likely would cut more from the
grants-in-aid program that
helps nonprofits. They could
start charging for parking at
more beaches and parks.
They might decide they
can't maintain all the parks,
closing some of the 200 parks
in the county and cities
Sarasota County is responsi-
ble for. They also could stop
offering nature walks in the
beautiful refuges and parks.
Or, they may charge Little
League more for using the
parks and other organizations
more to use places like iliIc

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LETTERS FROM OUR READERS


First there is the horse, then there is the cart


Editor:
I attended the planning commission meeting on Oct. 16. I
was confused by what I heard.
I heard that the residents of Venetian Golf & Country Club
want growth as long as it is in the form of a "village." They want
to be and consider themselves a part of Venice. But they want
a "main street" atmosphere for any shopping plaza in their
backyard. Is that so they don't have to leave their little comer of
the world and come to downtown Venice to shop?
We all need a reality check here. The 900 homes in their
neighborhood couldn't possibly support the shopping envi-
ronment they are talking about. Ask the downtown merchants
if they could survive on just the people who actually live on the
island.
I also heard they were concerned about traffic. That's surely
a new concept for Venice. Of course, they are only concerned
about traffic if a "big box" store is built near them, not a village.
I guess that's because the village would not attract anyone but
the residents who live out there.
Reality is that we will need new roads in that area. Our local
and county governments decide when and where road
improvements are scheduled. In order to receive road
improvements, there first must be a need. That's the way gov-
ernment works.
We all wish it was different but it's not, plain and simple.The
cart never comes before the horse.
Stephanie Tancey
Venice


Honesty prevails
Editor:
Just wanted to say a million
thanks to the person who fou-
nd and handed in at Home
Depot, Jacaranda, Venice, my
black wallet. All was intact,
credit cards and cash.
I wanted to leave a reward,
but didn't have the information
from Home Depot. Please, if
I II' person involved could call
me locally at 488-8872,1 I would
i111 a British-American,
dhank you, Honesty still pre-


vails inVenice. Thank you one
and all.
Molly Lloyd-Jones
Venice


American values
being subverted
Editor:
What is wrong with this
picture?
We have a plane filled with
U.S. troops coming home from
Iraq on route to their base in


Hawaii with a stopover in
Oakland. The authorities in
the Oakland airport refuse to
allow the soldiers to leave the
plane and spend time irrnthe
airport. However, in Oakland
they welcome illegal immi-
grants with open arms.
In Oregon, we have a
school district teaching
Mexican history to Mexican
students with materials sup-
plied by the government of
Mexico. In Chicago, we have
a school district that has
banned holiday celebrations
because it may be offensive
to Muslims, so Christmas will
now be celebrated as a win-
ter festival.
Now, if you were to live in
an Islamic country and com-
plained that its religious hol-
idays were offensive, I won-
der if you would be able to
keep your head about you.
We also use English as our
language and teach Amer-
ican history. The aliens,
whether legal or illegal,
chose to live here; we did not
twist their arms.
I thought I lived in the
United States of America, not
the United States of Mexico or
United States of Islam.
Robert McGuire
North Port


What is the public
supposed to do?
Editor:
I was shocked when I read


your article about the Oct. 9
council meeting vote for the
retirement village, and I was
disheartened to read there
were no dissenters in the
audience.
I attended the Sept. 4
planning meeting on this
subject. The planning com-
mission shot down each con-
cern that was raised by my
neighbors in that meeting. I
was so discouraged I did not
attend the city council meet-
ing last week. It felt like noth-
ing could be changed.
Although I am speaking
for myself, I know many of
my neighbors would agree,
based on after meeting con-
versations.
Apparently, city council
raised many of the same con-
cerns that we expressed -
traffic, safety, environment,
future development. I now
cannot help but wonder if
the result would have been
different if we had gone to
that meeting.
I would like to understand
exactly what the public input
process is; 'tis a mystery to
many of us.
Do we have to attend every
meeting? Do e-mails have an
impact? How many people
have to express a concern -
is it the "squeaky wheel" con-
cept? Will attending the Oct.
23 meeting make a differ-
ence?

Claire Norton
Venice


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Some local

help won't hurt

Greed creed. I am so very
concerned and afraid that if
we lose our downtown Venice,
we'll just lose our whole town.
I don't know what can be
done about it other than land-
lords and merchants meet to
get together and figure it out.
Landlords need to keep their
rents at a reasonable rate so
that the merchants can mark
their merchandise at a rea-
sonable rate. Today's buyers
are just too educated to
spend, for instance, $78
downtown on an item they
can buy anywhere else for
$34.99. Greed is not good for
our downtown Venice's sur-
vival.

In the dark. What is the
Wednesday, Oct. 10 editorial
cartoon suppose to mean?
Did they just want to draw
some cars that day? I really
doh't get it?
Unstoppable. I would like
to know why the railroad
tracks on Laurel Road are still
being stopped at by the
school buses when there are
signs on both sides saying
that the railroad tracks are not
working. There are no tracks
except right across Laurel
Road. I just don't see any rea-
son for school buses to be
,stopping there when there's
no trains coming either way.
That's my gripe.
Too low. The city ofVenice's
aerial platform fire truck has
been out of service for. well
more than a month, sitting
down on SeaboardAvenue. The
city does not have an aerial
platform, it relies on
Nokomis's 65-footer, com-
pared to a 100-foot aerial plat-
form. Nokomis has only got a
ladder truck. A second one was
supposed to be on order by
now, but they have not done it
iAlso, the grass behind Luna's
restaurant is very high. Part of
the sidewalks are torn up. Why
haven't they been repaired?
Some sidewalks are very torn
up in other sections. When
people are riding on their bikes,
there are no signs saying the
sidewalk is missing. The city
needs to look into this before
someone gets hurt.
Tabs. I'd like it more if the
Gondolier Sun would do a lit-
tle bit more investigative
reporting rather than just a
single incident that happens,
in a story. Let us know what's
happening on, Miarip and
who owns all the property. It
looks like half of them are
being closed down. I like the
Gondolier Sun but I think it
lacks some depth. There's a lot
of fluff in there. I for one and
others I know would like to
keep tabs oh downtown Ven-
ice. Who's buying the property
on Miami and what are they
going to do with it? I want
more than just a snapshot of
the news all the time.
Pining. I sure wish the
Amish would come to Venice
and open up a nice bakery
and a food market or a veg-
etable market. It would be
absolutely great.


Court decision threatens redevelopment


BY CAROL
WESTMORELAND
GUEST COLUMNIST


Across the state, redevelop-
ment efforts could face a rough
road ahead following the re-
cent Florida Supreme Court
decision in Strand vs. Escam-
bia County.
Until now, redevelopment
leaders fostered by Florida's
more than 180 community re-
development agencies have
been building better commu-
nities through the use of incre-
ment revenue financing.
The goal of IRE which is
generated by a percentage of
the property tax revenues of the
community redevelopment
area, is not only to provide
funds for redevelopment, but
to sustain the quality of life in
local communities.
Through the issuance of
bonds and obtaining lines of
credit secured by increment
revenues, Florida's CRAs work
to improve communities that
are often underserved. Re-
development enables these
communities to experience
increased commerce and
investments, affordable hou-
sing, reduced crime and a
wealth of culture and enter-
tainment.
Now, Florida's Supreme
Court has issued a ruling say-
ing the public must approve
most projects by referenda.
This may place undue strain
on CRAs and their ability to
carry out their mission of pro-
viding financial assistance to
encourage necessary capital
.projects in redevelopment
areas, .including sidewalks,
lighting, water and sewer up-
grades, parks, new parking
facilities and other critical


infrastructure improvement
programs.
The fact is that the case of
Strand v. Escambia County
did not involve a project with-
in a designated community
redevelopment area; unfortu-
nately, however, this decision
.has been interpreted to nega-
tively affect CRAs under
Chapter 163, Florida Statutes.
Contrary to the issues in
this case, projects undertaken
by a CRA are well planned
years in advance through
public input meetings and
the drafting of a governing
community redevelopment
plan.
Since the Community Re-
development Act was adopt-
ed in 1969, many cities that
were once blighted have grown
into vibrant, more productive
communities, attracting new
residents, new businesses and
new job opportunities.
Remember the city of Mia-
mi even 20 years ago? The
face of this community and
many others has positively
changed thanks to local rede-
velopment efforts.
Now, the Supreme Court
could undo more than 27
years of progress since its
original ruling in State vs.
Miami Beach Redevelopment
Agency (1980), which upheld
the constitutionality of incre-
ment revenue financing and
determined that no referen-
dum was required.
The reality is that if the
Florida Supreme Court does
not overturn its ruling in
Strand v. Escambia County,
the cost of redevelopment
projects is likely to increase
dramatically.
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bonds for Florida's CRAs on
credit watch with a negative
outlook. Now, if a CRA is able
to secure a necessary bond or
line of credit for a redevelop-
ment project, it is very likely
that, there will be higher inter-
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Furthermore, the cost and
time required to hold a refer-
endum for each redevelop-
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effectively kill any such effort.
And who would vote? The
creation of a CRA establishes
a specified area for targeted
redevelopment. Though re-
development efforts generate
a positive influence through-
out the entire city, the bene-
fits are not always visible to
residents outside the.desig-
nated redevelopment area. If
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countywide vote, it could pre-
sent delays and barriers for
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opment projects statewide.
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community and imagine
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opment efforts. Already, Flor-
ida's community redevelop-
ment agencies are concerned
about the future of many pro-
jects.
The justices of the Florida
Supreme Court should careful-
ly consider the impact of the
Strand opinion and recognize
the many contributions CRAs
across the state are bringing to
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sion in Strand vs. Escambia
County has the potential to
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So far we have had little tax
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and saying, boy that hurts, let
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NOTICE OF PUBLIC AUCTION
Pursuant to F.S. 713.585(6), Elsie
Title Services, LLC w/power of
attorney will sell the listed autos to
the highest bidder subject to any,
liens; Net proceeds deposited with
clerk of court per 713.585;
owner/lienholders right to a hear-
ing per F.S. 713.585(6); to post
bond per FS. 559.917; owner may
redeem vehicle for cash sum of
lien; all auctions held w/reserve;
inspect I Wk prior @ lienor facility;
cash or cashier's check; 25% buyer
prem; anyone interested ph (941)-
486-0800. Sale date
11/19/2007 @ 9:00 am @
5005 S Tamlami Trail, Saraso-
ta,, FL 34231. storage @
$26.75 per day including tax;
SUNC2 M1 lien amt $1,211.62
2001 Audi TT, 2D,' Sil,
TRUTC28N811001348/lienor;
Suncoast Pontiac, Inc, 5005 S
Tamiami Trl, Sarasota,, FL
34231 Reg. #:MV-32197,
(941)-923-1700.
PUBLISH: October 21, 2007
NOTICE OF PUBLIC AUCTION
The Following vehicle/vessel(s) will
be auctioned for unpaid towing &
storage charges only, per FS
713.78. 1. 1998 Ford Mustang,
2D, Whi, 1FAFP4449WF118344.
On 11/3/2007 at 9:00 AM at
171 S. Jackson Rd, Venice.
Vehicle @ L & T Towing, Inc,
100 Tomnney Penna Dr, Jupiter, FL
PUBLISH: October 21, 2007


NOTICE OF AUCTION
1. 1995 Ford Thunderbird, 2D,
Whi, 1FALP62W2SH121636.
On 11/7/07 at 9:00 am at
above address.
PUBLISH: October 21, 2007

NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
SARASOTA COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
IN RE: ESTATE OF
MARTHA A. GAINES,
Deceased.
File No. 2007-CP-9650-SC
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of
MARTHA A. GAINES, deceased,
File Number 2007-CP-9650-
SC, is pending in the Circuit Court
for SARASOTA County, Florida,
Probate Division, the address of
which is P.O. Box 3079, Saraso-
ta, FL 34230-3079 or 2000
Main Street, Sarasota, FL
34236. The name and address of
the personal representative and the
personal representative's attorney
are set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent and
other persons having claims or
demands against decedent's
estate, including unmatured, con-
tingent or unliquidated claims, on
whom a copy of this notice is
served, must file their claims with
this courtWITHIN THE LATER OF
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3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
NOTICE OF PUBLIC AUCTION THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
The Following vehicle/vessel(s) will THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS
be auctioned for unpaid towing & AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE
storage charges only, per FS OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
713.78. 1. 1991 Hond, Accord, THEM.
4D, Red, JHMCB7556MC002925 All other creditors of the decedent
2. 1997 Merc Grand Marquis, 4D, and other persons having claims or
Whi, 2MELM75W7VX721365. On' demands against decedent's
11/7/2007 at 9:00 AM at 171 estate, including unmatured, con-
S. Jackson Rd, Venice. Vehicle tingent or unliquidated claims,
@ L & T Towing, Inc, 100 Ton- must file their claims with this court
ney Penna Dr, Jupiter, FL WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE
PUBLISH: October 21, 2007 DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICA-
TION OF THIS NOTICE.
NOTICE OF PUBLIC AUCTION ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED
The following vehicle/vessels) will WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
be auctioned for unpaid towing & The date of first publication of this
storage charges only, per FS Notice is October 21, 2007.
713.78 Vehicle @ North Collier
Collision, Inc. 16210 Old 41 S. Personal Representative:
Naples. 1. 2004 Cadi, CTS, 4D, DONALD B. DeWITT
Blu, 1G6DM577740140710. On
11/7/2007 at 9:00 a.m., 171 Brendan Bradley, Esq.
S. Jackson Rd, Venice, FL 1460 S. McCall Road, Suite 4-F
34292. Englewood, FL 34223
PUBLISH: October 21, 2007 Telephone: (941)-475-2333
NOTICE OF PUBLIC AUCTION Facsimile: (941)-475-6106
The following vehicle/vessel(s) will Florida Bar No. 044296
be auctioned for unpaid towing & Attorney for Personal
storage charges only, per FS Representative
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SOUTH COUNTY RECORD


Amendment would raise density


BY STEVEN J. SMITH
STAFF WRITER

This one's all about the
land.
On Tuesday, the Sarasota
County Commission will hold
a series of public hearings to
consider revisions to the
county comprehensive plan.
If adopted, those revisions
could pave the way for
increased development in
South County including
2,850 acres on the Thomas
Ranch and 80 acres located
east and south of Englewood
Hospital.
The Thomas Ranch issue
has been a particularly con-
tentious one, as evidenced in
a presentation before the
Sarasota County Planning
Commission on Aug. 2 by
attorney Jeffrey Boone and
his associates on behalf of the
applicant.
Their mission that night
was to persuade the commis-
sioners to support an
increase in the development


density on the Thomas Ranch
property from its current
maximum of 1,072 dwellings
to 7,125.
It was an uphill battle they
almost won, resulting in a 3-3
vote meaning no recom-
mendation to the county
commissioners.
"We've heard from the
applicant that this has been
studied' for two years, but
county staff doesn't embrace
it," said Commissioner Laurel
Schiller. "We need a plan that
meets with staff approval."
'The dickens'
County, staff recommend-
ed denial of the increase in
density then as they do
now in part because they
believed it was premature to
add new development at
urban intensities outside the
Urban Service Area Boun-
dary, particularly in an area
that already has a significant
development potential
remaining.
In addition, staff noted


there was insufficient funding
appropriation for improve-
ments to River Road, which
would suffer far higher traffic
density than it can handle.
"There's so much about
this proposal that I so dearly
love," said Commissioner
John Fellin, in casting his "no"
vote. "There's also a lot about
it that scares the dickens out
of me."
Another public hearing
Tuesday will examine redes-
ignation of 80 acres near
Englewood Hospital -
increasing that density from
one dwelling unit per 2 acres
to between three and four
units per acre.
That proposal was ap-
proved by the planning com-
mission Aug. 2 despite staff's
recommendation for denial
on the grounds that the
accompanying movement of
the Urban Service Area Boun-
dary lacked a "demonstrated
need through capacity analy-
sis."
ssmith@sun-herald.com


DivorcesOc.81


* Delicia A. Razquin v. Flavio
0. Razquin
* James R. Byler v. Jennifer


Byler
* Donald Turner v. Julie
Turner


* Cindy L. Williams v.
Michael T. Williams


Smallclai sOc.81


* Dennis Lane v. Rebecca
Lane: between $500.01 and
$2,500.
* Mark M. Skiba v. Sean
Coutts: between $500.01 and
$2,500.
* Mark Skiba v. Maui
Construction: between
$2,501.01 and $5,000.
* Rice Insulation and Glass,
Philip W. Rice and Mary
Berkley v. Grover Brothers
and Ruel A. Grover: between'
$2,501.01 and $5,000.
* JNE Ventures v. Pamela
Enos: between $2,501.01 and
$5,000.
* Collier County Publishing
Company v. Affordable
Comfort and Ben Bailey:


between $500.01 and $2,500.
* Chase Bank v. James D.
Flaig: between $2,501.01 and
$5,000.
* Midland Funding v. Tina M.
Sherman: between $500.01
and $2,500.
* Arrow Financial Services v.
Deane A. Grandfield:
between $500.01 and $2,500.
* MRC Receivables
Corporation v. Stephen
Darvalics: between $500.01
and $2,500.
* Paul G. Simmons v. Don B.
Ratliff: between $500.01 and
$2,500.
* HSBC Bank v. Mariusz
Falkowski: between
$2,501.01 and $5,000.


* Capital One Bank v. Joann
Magazzeni: between $500.01
and $2,500.
* Target National Bank v.
Mary N. Schelm: between
$500.01 and $2,500.
* Cach v. Jared K. Poston and
Jaclyn Poston: between
$500.01 and $2,500.
* MJRA Corporation v.
Audrey A. Wheat: between
$500.01 and $2,500.
* Southern Sanitary Systems
v. Terry Jo Vail and Ronald T.
Vail: between $2,501.01 and
$5,000.
* Blu Aqua Pool Corporation
v. Trevor Howard and Amber
Howard: between $500.01
and $2,500. -


Mortgage oreclosurs Ot:81


I Mariags Oc. 8-120


* Alex N. LeBlanc and
Melissa S. Lockwood
* Travis D. Duoos and Saraha
M. Rust
* Bradley J. Czachur and
Gloria A. Baker


* Shawn G. Collins and Hollie
A. Blanton
* William B. Anderson and
Jaclyn M. Hinkle
* Joseph Laszcik and Renee
Nicoletti


* Frederick M. Farmer and
Edwardine M. Costello
* Robert A. Brookhart and
Frances M. Hewitt


I Buiding*ermisOc.811


Venice
* 62 Circlewood Drive,
Venice: replace 11 windows
with impact windows
Owner: Adeline Macina
* 1638 Pomelo Drive, Venice:
change-out air-conditioning
system
Owner: Alfred M. Budner
* 320 Hillview Road, Venice:
screen-in existing front
porch
Owner: Gail B. Horton
* 2075 Batello Drive, Venice:
pool enclosure
Owner: Gene and Suzanne
Rutherford
* 11072 Batello Drive, Venice:
pool enclosure
Owner: James Murphy
*.701 Grove Road, Venice:
install screen enclosure
Owner: Brain Definis
* 20 Tulane Road, Venice:
remove existing screen
Owner: George E
McCormack
* 602 Sugarwood Drive,
Venice: install screen enclo-
sure
Owner: Gloria Drechsel
* 3816 Shamrock Drive,
Venice: new pool
Owner: Paul J. Jiantonio
* 5856 Taylor Road, Venice:
install impact glass
Owner: Deborah Waggoner
* 532 Park Estate, Venice:
replace air-handler
Owner: Paula E. Dowling
.* 5189 Lemon Bay Drive,
Venice: install double-layer
firestone modified torch sys-
tem
Owner: Stanley T. Stasko
* 585 Khyber Lane, Venice:
pool enclosure
Owner: Eleanor S. Hood
* 1132 Shane Court, Venice:
repipe whole house with
potable water
Owner: Jacqueline S.
Massey-Hughes
* 370 Center Court, Venice:
replace garage door
Owner: George Pitthan
* 1127 Deardon Drive,
Venice: replace existing
garage door
Owner: Jerome J. Sima
* 5843 Madison Road,
Venice: reroof shingles
Owner: Donald A. Kottner
* 170 Magnolia Road, Venice:
storm shutters
Owner: Jane C. Hatten
* 1785 Valencia Drive, Venice:
add hurricane protection
Owner: Linda M. Stacy
* 6109 Orchid Road, Venice:
additional driveway access
Owner: Terry J. Naletko
* 483 Sherbrooke Court,
Venice: install new HP sys-
tem
Owner: Peter A. Vogt
* 154 Wading Bird Drive,


Venice: solar pool heating
system
Owner: Mark J. Delettera
* 3208 Meadow Run Drive,
Venice: change out air-con-
ditioning system
Owner: George A. Flume
* 297 Mount Vernon Drive,
Venice: change out system
Owner: Charles J. Dunn
* 701 Water Lily Drive,
Venice: change out system
Owner: Shirley R. Nieters
* 207 Tanager Road, Venice:
replace air handler
Owner: John R. Cecconi
* 929 Wexford Blvd., Venice:
repipe water lines
Owner: Calvin L. Kuhl
* 452 Circlewood Drive,
Venice: install carrier system
Owner: Ermia Ades
* 1604W. Neponsit Drive,
Venice: change out pump
system
Owner: Gerald G. Beaudoin
* 297 Venice Palms Blvd.,
Venice: pool heat pump
Owner: Kevin M. Hill
* 261 Venice East Blvd.,
Venice: shingle work
Owner: Victor J. Privetero
* 3730 Cadbury Circle,
Venice: change out coldflow
package
Owner: John E. Jewell Jr.
* 1031 Kings Court, Venice:
change out duct work
Owner: Wasyl Panczyszyn
* 946 N. Doral Lane, Venice:
plumbing work
Owner: Peggy Rively

Osprey
* 26 Blake Way, Osprey
Woods: Install pool cage
Owner: Robert H. Piper Jr.
* 257 Lookout Point Drive,
Osprey: addition of one-car
garage, enclosure screen
lanai
Owner: Thomas J. Jacin
* 482 E. MacEwen Drive,
Osprey: swimming pool and
patio
Owner: Richard J. Cassidy
* 1821 Highland Road,
Osprey: air-conditioning sys-
tem change-out
Owner: Mark Hogrefe
* 125 Lookout Point Drive,
Osprey: reroof
Owner: Jerry D. Garris Jr.
* 754 Long Bow Trail, Osprey:
replace breaker
Owner: David A. Sturdy
* 4150 47th St., Osprey: hook
up to sewer
Owner: Raymond Allen

Nokomis
* 2201 Casey Key Road,
Nokomis: supply and install
elevator lift
Owner; Gary Saikes
* 105 N, Irene St., Nokomis:
demolition of a mobile


home.
Owner: Jimmy Perkins
* 220 Avenida La Palma,
Nokomis: wood deck
Owner: Susan M. Palmer
* 516 Orange Blossom Lane,
Nokomis: pool and deck
Owner: Shana Treffinger
* 219 Ravenna St., Nokomis:
install skylights
Owner: Keith R. Watson and
Jean A Mingari
* 2078 Timucua Trail,
Nokomis: air-conditioning
work
Owner: Robert A. Diber
* 23 Lafitte Drive, Nokomis:
install ductwork
Owner: Virgie A. Saltzman
* 2022 White Feather Lane,
Nokomis: change out air
conditioner
Owner: Robert J. Enroth
* 416 Palmetto Crescent,
Nokomis: replace heat pump
Owner: Robert and Betsy
Brown
* 2126 Timucua Trail,
Nokomis: change out con-
denser
Owner: Charles G. Hofelich

Englewood
* 15 Bay St., Englewood: tear
off install gaf
Owner: Brian A. Layne
* 2 Buchan Landing,
Englewood: aluminum over-
hang work
Owner: Carol E. Garrett
* 250 Englewood Isles
Parkway, Englewood: install
dock and boat lift
Owner: Gary Garcia
* 1190 Larchmont Drive,
Englewood: install new
French doors and one win-
dow
Owner: Victor G. Mellor
* 9 Oakwood Drive,
Englewood Isles: replace 10
windows and a sliding door
Owner: William W. Kohler
* 1183 Larchmont Drive,
Englewood: replace air-han-
dler
Owner: Barbara A. Houser
* 1135 Bay Vista Blvd.,
Englewood: install hurricane
shutters
Owner: Eileen Donlon
* 312 Oakwood Circle,
Englewood: air-conditioning
system change-out
Owner: Walter Greminger
* 1700 Larson St.,
Englewood: reroof shingles
Owner: Mark Evans
* 26 Quails Run Blvd.,
Englewood: air-conditioning
system changeout
Owner: Lula Komaromi
* 8 Old Trail Road,
Englewood Isles: full duct
change-out.
Owner: Joseph R. Moschette
Sr.


* Washington Mutual Bank v.
Dean D. Rossey, Linda M.
Rossey, Robert Adamo, et al.
* HSBC Bank v. James M.
Deemer, Tammy M. Deemer,
et al.
* Wells Fargo Bank v. Juan M.
Jaimes, Aneshia Jaimes, et al.
* HSBC Bank v. Kanary Kim,
Sithanary Jim, Queen Hong
Bey, et al. *
* US Bank National
Association v. Allen W.
Naylor, Barbara L. Naylor, et al.
* Wells Fargo Bank v.
Deborah McCracken,
Richard McCracken, et al.
* Bank of America v. Sandra
L. Stone, Eric Stone, et al..
* Sutton Funding v. James D.
Banks, Marjorie Henry, et al.
* Deutsche Bank National
Trust b. Romualda Dudzic, et
al.
* The Bank of NewYork v.
Joseph Loria, Christen Loria,


et al.
* Wells Fargo Bank v.
Timothy Thomas, KimV
"Thomas, et al.
* US Bank National
Association v. Diane M.
Brown, et al.
* LaSalle Bank National
Association v. Zygmunt
Zubrowski, et al.
* Avelo Mortgage v. Robert E.
Held, et al.
* Aurora Loan Services v.
Dillion R. Middleton, Judith
E. Middleton, et al.
* US Bank National
Association v. Boris Bitler, et
al.
* Deutsche Bank National
Trust v. Troy L. Stone, et al.
* Wells Fargo Bank v. Kathi
Mason, James Mason, et al.
* US Bank National
Association v. Thomas A.
Sosnowski, et al.
* Countrywide Home Loans


v. Dimitrios Karamitsos,
Joanna Karamitsos, et al.
* Fifth Third Mortgage
Company v. Vadim Spotar, et
al.
* HSBC Mortgage Services v.
Rhonda Babcock, et al.
* Suntrust Bank v. Doris
Richmond, Steven M. Shaw,
et al.
* Suntrust Mortgage v.
Anthony S. Wallbank,
Dorothy Wallbank, et al.
* US Bank National
Association v. Wesley D.
Thompson, Marlyn
Thompson, et al.
* Wells Fargo Bank v. David
Maziarczyk, Jodiann
Maziarczyk, et al.
* M and T Bankv. Julian W.
Johnson, Gloria M. Johnson,
et al.
* The Bank of New York v.
Donald J. Frantz, Patricia
Frantz, et al.


' 6 a Cunt Goernen


County Calendar
Board of County Commissioners Joint Meeting with City
of Sarasota and Sarasota Fair Board Oct. 22, 9 a.m.
Commission Chamber, Think Tank, Third Floor
Administration Center, 1660 Ringling Blvd., Sarasota
Call 941-861-5344
Board of County Commissioners Oct. 23, 9 a.m.
Commission Chamber, Robert L. Anderson Administration
Center, 4000 S. Tamiami Trail, Venice. Call 941-861-5344
Board of County Commissioners Oct. 24, 9 a.m.
Commission Chamber, First Floor, Administration Center
1660 Ringling Blvd., Sarasota. Call 941-861-5344
Criminal Justice Commission Oct. 22, Noon, Room
1000, Terrace Building, 101 South Washington Blvd.
Sarasota. Call 941-861-2882
Early Learning Coalition Oct. 26, 8 a.m., Conference
Room, Cavanaugh & Company, LLP, 2381 Fruitville Road,
Sarasota. Call 941-954-4830
Environmentally Sensitive Lands Oversight Committee
Oct. 22, 2:30 p.m., Conference Room A, Twin Lakes Park
6700 Clark Road, Sarasota. Call 941-861-6230
Environmentally Sensitive Lands Oversight Committee
(ESLOC) and Parks Advisory and Recreation Council
(PARC) Joint Meeting Oct. 22, 3:30 p.m., Conf. Room A
Twin Lakes Park, 6700 Clark Road, Sarasota.
Call 941-861-6230
Historic Preservation Board Oct. 23, 4:30 p.m., Third
Floor, Think Tank, Administration Center, 1660 Ringling
Blvd., Sarasota. Call 941-861-6883
Human Services Advisory Council Oct. 26, 3 p.m.
Large Conference Room, Green Building, Twin Lakes Park
6700 Clark Road, Sarasota. Call 941-861-2882
Library Advisory Board Oct. 24,1:30 p.m.
Meeting Room, Gulf Gate Library, 7112 Curtiss Ave.
Sarasota. Call 941-861-9844
Nokomis Center Revitalization Advisory Committee
Special Meeting Oct. 24, 6:30 p.m., Nokomis Community
Center, 234 Nippino Trail, Nokomis. Call 941-861-5507
Parks Advisory and Recreation Council (PARC)
Oct. 22, 4:30 p.m., Conference Room A, Twin Lakes Park
6700 Clark Road, Sarasota. Call 941-861-9859
Sarasota Firefighters Insurance Trust Board Meeting
Oct. 24, 10:30 a.m., Americinn Hotel, 5931 Fruitville Road
Sarasota. Call 800-950-9582
Sarasota Partnership for Children's Mental Health Care
Review Work Group Oct. 25, 9 a.m., Training Room
4630 17th Street, The Florida Center Campus, Sarasota
Call 941-684-0090 ext. 1253
B Sarasota Partnership for Children's Mental Health
SEvaluation Work Group Oct. 25,10:30 a.m., Training
Room, The Florida Center, 1750 17th Street, Sarasota
Call 941-684-0090 ext. 1253
Sarasota Partnership for Children's Mental Health
Sustainability Work Group Oct. 22, 3 p.m., Sarasota
County Health Department, 2200 Ringling Blvd., Sarasota
Call 941-684-0090 ext. 1253




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Advisory Board Vacancy
APPLICATION CLOSING DATE: Nov. 2,2007
Advisory Board: Building Code Board of
Adjustments and Appeals
Information: Planning and Development Services
Cheryl Swenney, 941-861-6637
APPLICATION CLOSING DATE: Nov. 9,2007
Advisory Board: Corhmunity Action Agency Board (CAAB)
Information: Health and Human Services, Rik Jimison
941-861-2564
APPLICATION CLOSING DATE: Open Until Filled
Advisory Board: General Contractors Licensing and
Examining Board
Information: Planning and Development Services
Betsy Bollinger, 941-861-6126
APPLICATION CLOSING DATE: Nov. 9, 2007
Advisory Board: Historical Commission
Information: Sarasota County History Center, Jeff LaHurd
941-861-6090
APPLICATION CLOSING DATE: Nov. 27, 2007
Advisory Board: Integrated Pest Management
Information: Lyman Roberts, 941-861-9723 or Patricia Wilken
941-861-9722
APPLICATION CLOSING DATE: Open Until Filled
Advisory Board: Keep Sarasota County Beautiful Advisory
Board (KSCBAB)
Information: Environmental Services, Sandra Washington
941-861-6733
APPLICATION CLOSING DATE: Open Until Filled
Advisory Board: Mechanical Contractors Licensing and
Examining Board
Information: Planning and Development Services
Betsy Bollinger, 941-861-6126
APPLICATION CLOSING DATE: Nov. 2, 2007
Advisory Board: Metropolitan Planning Organization Citizens
Advisory Committee
Information: Administration, Marcia Campbell, 941-861-5344
APPLICATION CLOSING DATE: Oct. 29, 2007
Advisory Board: Neighborhood Initiative Grant Advisory
Committee
Information: Planning and Development Services,
Neighborhood Initiative, Teresa Mast, 941-861-5415

COMMON CENTS
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VOTE NOV. 6
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the Sarasota County penny sales tax. For two
decades, the penny has improved the quality
of life for everyone. The pennies you invest pay
for libraries and parks, road and intersection
improvements, public transportation, new schools,
beach improvements, fire stations and public safety
equipment. To learn more about how your penny
is working, visit www.scgov.net and click on
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4.78 / 4.90 $2.5K

4.59 / 4.70 $50K

4.75 / 4.85 $99K

4.88 / 5.00 $25K

4.06 / 4.15 $5K

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3.92 / 4.00 $50K


4.59 / 4.70 $1K

4.88 / 5.00 $1K

4.84 / 4.90 $1K

4.88 / 5.00 $1K

4.16 /4.25 $25K

4.00 / 4.07 $1K

4.89 / 5.00 $1K

4.88 / 5.00 $500

4.64 / 4.75 $1K


4.78 / 4.90 $1K


5.07 / 5.20 $1K

5.00 / 5.00 $1K

4.97 / 5.10 -$1K

4.55 / 4.65 $25K

4.25 / 4.33 $1K

5.03/5.15 $1K

4.88 / 5.00 $500

4.88 / 5.00 $1K


4.54 / 4.64 $1K


4.88 / 5.00 $1K

5.05 / 5.05 $1K

5.12 /5.25 $1K

4.64 / 4.75 $25K

4.00/4.07- $1K

5.13 / 5.25- $1K

4.78 / 4.90 $500

4.55 / 4.65 $1K


Brokers


Edward Jones, Venice


(941) 485-6556


4.18 / 4.27 $2.5K


4.85 / 4.85 $5K


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The following have filed
petitions with the U.S.
Ban kruptcy Court for the
Middle District in Tampa.
SARASOTA COUNTY
Amy Behr, 1958 Clovelon St.,
North Port. Oct. 4. Chapter
13. 07-09306.
Jean Bray, 4200 Forsyth St.,
North Port. Oct. 8. Chapter
13. 07-09395.


David G. Hallman, 1003
Indian Hills Court, Venice.
Oct. 8. Chapter 13. 07-09397.
Anthony J. Polonis, 5300
Palena Blvd., North Port. Oct.
8. Chapter 13. 07-09398.
Maria E. Rapin, 3980 Tarpon
Road, Venice. Oct. 10.
Chapter 13. 07-09502.
Aaron H. Storck, 5158
Pinson Drive, North Port.


Oct. 10. Chapter 13. 07-
09542.
Edward Charles Godfrey,
121 Portofino Drive, North
Venice. Oct. 5. Chapter 7. 07-
09377.
Jason J. Graser, 5648
Hornbuckle Blvd., North
Port. Oct. 8. Chapter 7. 07-
09427.
JamesW.Williard, 488


Morningside Road, Venice.
Oct. 8. Chapter 7. 07-09396.
Trency McMurtry, 2655
Talleyran Ave., North Port.
Oct. 8. Chapter 7. 07-09425.
Kristen Lee Miller, 1145
Graham Road, Venice. Oct. 8.
Chapter 7. 07-09414.
Jolene Nys, 2655 Talleyran
Ave., North Port. Oct. 8.
Chapter 7. 07-09424.


Quality Signs by J&T Inc.,
2655 Talleyran Ave., North
Port. Oct. 8. Chapter 7. 07-
09428.
AlisonA. Rustin, 5276
Fairlane Drive, North Port.
Oct. 10. Chapter 7. 07-09501.
CHARLOTTE COUNTY
Janet M. Lillard, 6305
Roberta Drive, Englewood.
Oct. 9. Chapter 13. 07-09467.


Mary P. Molitor, 7044
Denmark St., Englewood.
Oct. 8. Chapter 13. 07-09400.
Richard K. Zubeck, 602
Boundary Blvd., Rotonda
West. Oct. 8. Chapter 13. 07-
09399.
Debra Jean Biesczad, 28200
Bermont Road #7L, Punta
Gorda. Oct. 5. Chapter 7. 07-
09331.


This meeting will be broadcast on Comcast Channel 21 on
Wednesday, October 24, and Saturday October 27, 2007, at 9:30 a.m.
For further information, log on to www.venicegov.com
I. PROCLAMATION
Presented to Marybeth Catizone Acknowledging and Celebrating
The 25th Anniversary of the Literacy Volunteers of South Sarasota
County
II. CITY MANAGER'S PRIDE AWARDS
1. Patrol Officer Dave Aker Shop With A Cop
2. Patrol Officer Phil Phillips Little Bobbers
II. BOARD APPOINTMENT AND REAPPOINTMENT
Architectural Review Board
Appointment of Gregg G. Hassler, Sr. to Serve a Term from October
23, 2007 to August 31,2010
Municipal Code Enforcement Board
Reappointment of Norman Holloway to Serve a Term from August
24., 2007 to June 30, 2010
IV. NEW BUSINESS
A. PRESENTATION
1. Don Rainey, Extension Agent, Commercial Horticulture,
University of Florida, Institute of Food and Agricultural Services of
the Sarasota County Extension Services: Palm Tree Disease
B. ORDINANCES FIRST READING
1. Ordinance No. 2007.41, Membership of General Employees of the
City of Venice in the Florida Retirement System
2. Ordinance No. 2007-45, Chapter 50, Personnel, Article III,
Pensions and Retirement, Division 4, General Employees'
Retirement Plan; Terminating the Plan Subject to Certain
Conditions and Providing for Participation in the Florida Retirement
System
C. RESOLUTION
1. Resolution 2007-39, Setting Policies and Procedures for
Conference Room No.i106, Community Hall Room No.-114 and
Council Chambers
D. COUNCIL ACTION
1. Roundabout Dispute Resolution Proposal
2. Rescind the Action Taken September 25, 2007, Postponing Final
Reading and Public Hearing of Ordinance No. 2007-36, Rezone
2.88'bl Acres, Tra Ponti at the Waterfront, Lots 2 through 29, Block
67, Venice Gulf View Section, and a Metes and Bounds Parcel of
Land Lying West of the Intracoastal Waterway, East of Florida Street
and North of Venice Avenue East, from Cl (Commercial, Intensive)
and CBD (Commercial Business District) to CMU,(Commercial
Mixed-Use), 06 7RZ, Until One or More Workshops (One Evening
Workshop) are Held to Address Issues of Concern to Council and
the Public
V. UNFINISHED BUSINESS
ORDINANCES FINAL READING AND PUBLIC HEARING
1. 2:30 p.m. Ordinance No. 2007-36, Rezone 2.88'bl acres, Tra
Ponti at the Waterfront, Lots 2 through 29, Block 67, Venice Gulf View
Section, and a Metes and Bounds Parcel of Land Lying West of the
Intracoastal Waterway, East of Florida Street and North of Venice
Avenue East, from CI (Commercial, Intensive) and CBD (Commercial
Business District) to CMU (Commercial Mixed-Use), 06_7RZ
2. 2:30 p.m. Ordinance No. 2007-43, Granting to Florida Power &
Light Company an Electric Franchise
3, 2:30 p.m. Ordinance No. 2007-40, Rezone, 1.7'bl .Acres,
Higelville Estates, Located at 800 Higel Drive, from Sarasota County
RSF-3 (Residential, Single Family) to City of Venice RSF_3
(Residential, Single Family), 07-6RZ
4. 2:30 p.m. Ordinance No. 2007-39, Rezone, 15'bl Acres, The
Village at Venice, Located on the North Side of Hatchett Creek
Boulevard, just East of Pinebrook Road Adjacent to Aston Gardens,
from Sarasota County GUE-1 (Open Use, Estate) to City of Venice
RMF-3 (Residential, Multiple-Family), 07-5RZ
VI. ADMINISTRATIVE REPORTS
A. City Manager
ITEM 1 Purchase of a Replacement Canine, $7,500.00
ITEM 2 Venice Area Beautification, Christmas Walk at the Venice
Arboretum, November 24 December 28, 2007
ITEM 3 Sublease Agreement between Purdy Enterprises, Inc., and
Chefs Rule, LLC
VII, COUNCIL REPORTS
-A. Vice Mayor.Vicki Taylor U.S. 41 ByPass Funding
3:30 P.M. OR SHORTLY THEREAFTER PRIVATE ATTORNEY-
CLIENT SESSION, PURSUANT TO FLORIDA STATUTE
286.011(8), TO DISCUSS CITY OF VENICE VS. VENICE PIER
GROUP, INC.
In attendance will be City Attorney Bob Anderson, Mayor Fred
Hammett, Vice Mayor Vicki Taylor, Council Members John K. Moore,
John Simmonds, Rick Tacy, Bill Willson, Jim Woods, City Manager
Martin P. Black, Steve Chase, Esquire and Roberts Court Reporting.
UPCOMING MEETINGS
Architectural Review Board: October 25 at 9:00 a.m.
Municipal Code Enforcement Board: November 1 at 9:00 a.m.
Planning Commission: November 6 at 1:30 p.m.
Architectural Review Board: November 8 at 9:00 a.m.
IF you are interested in serving on a City of Venice Advisory
Elcno;,rd, please contact the Mayor's office at 486-2626,
i 2E. a010 for an application and additional information. 308558


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10A SPORTS
SUNDAY
OCT. 21,2007


Indians overcome slow start to top tarpons


SUN PHOTO BY JEFF TAVARES, jtavares@venicegondolier.com
Led by blocker Cody Reinart, Venice High School's Jimmy Laurie finds some running room in Friday's
game against Charlotte.


BY JASON ELEK
STAFF WRITER


The Tarpons fell short on
firepower, and the Indians
pulled out the big guns in the
fourth quarter Friday night
as Venice High School beat
Charlotte High School 29-7
in a key District 5A-11 foot-
ball showdown at Plowell-
Davis Stadium.
The Indians (5-2, 3-0 in
district) finally righted a mis-
erably listing ship in the
fourth quarter, scoring all
but one of their touchdowns
to run away with what had
been a close game from the
opening whistle.
Indians quarterback Trey


Burton scored the first of his
three fourth-quarter touch-
downs on the opening play
of the stanza, sneaking
across the goal line from the
1 to give Venice its first lead
of the game at 13-7 after a
failed extra-point attempt.
On the following poss-
ession for the Tarpons (4-3,
1-2), Charlotte faced a third-
and-16 from the Venice 7-
yard line. Charlotte quarter-
back Kyle Midgett had to
scramble backward and was
forced to throw the ball away
from the end zone. Officials
ruled that the sophomore
had intentionally grounded
the ball, and the Indians
were awarded with a safety


and a 15-7 lead.
After that, the Indians
were off to the races, taking
advantage of a Charlotte
defense that was on the field
all but 5 minutes of the first
20 of the second half.
Senior running back
Jimmy Laurie led the charge
for the Indians, racking up
135 yards rushing on 14 car-
ries and scoring Venice's first
touchdown, a 27-yard ram-
ble in the middle of the third
quarter to tie the score at 7-7.
Burton rushed for 39 yards
and the three touchdowns.
The sophomore also was 7-
for-12 passing for 141 yards
with one interception.
Venice shut down the


Individual statistics
RUSHING: Laurie (VHS)
14-135, Paul Costanzo
(VHS) 18-64, Dre Archer
(VHS) 2-40, Burton (VHS)
11-39, Aaron Nowak (VHS)
2-23, Cody Reinart (VHS)
1-2, Troy McClary (CHS) 6-
74, Mike Bellamy (CHS) 12-
11, Midgett (CHS) 3-(-7),
Kyle Provencal (CHS) 1-2.
PASSING: Burton (VHS)
7-12-0-141. Midgett (CHS)
6-13-0-23.
RECEIVING: Sean
Howell (VHS) 3-60,
Costanzo (VHS) 2-27,
Gerry Hunek (VHS) 1-33,
Billy Marsden (VHS) 1-21,
Provencal (CHS) 3-25,
Colton Kirkpatrick (CHS) 1-
4, Bellamy (CHS) 1-(-2),
McClary (CHS) 1-(-4).
SECOND QUARTER
CHS Midgett 2 run (Joey

Tarpons offense, which only
gained a total of 113 yards.
"They whooped us up
front on both sides of the
ball," said Charlotte head
coach Binky Waldrop. "Their
defense spent a lot of time in
our backfield."


Game Stats
Venice 29, Port Charlotte 7
At Venice
Charlotte 0
Venice 0


First downs
Rushes-yards
Passing
Total offense
Comp-Att-Int
Fumbles-lost
Penalties-yards


CHS
2
22-90
23
113
6-13-0
0-0
5-43


Masters kick), 7:19
Third quarter
VHS Jimmy Laurie 27 run
(Eric Cangelosi kick), 7:52
FOURTH QUARTER
VHS Trey Burton 1 run
(kick failed), 11:55
VHS Safety (Midgett inten-
tional grounding in end
zone), 10:48
VHS Burton 1 run
(Cangelosi kick), 7:21
VHS Burton 22 run
(Cangelosi kick), 4:15
Records:
Venice 5-2 (3-0 District 5A-
11), Charlotte 4-3 (1-2
District 5A-11).
Next games:
Lakewood Ranch at
Charlotte on Friday, 7:30
p.m.; Venice at Manatee on
Friday, 7:30 p.m.

The game looked to be a
close one after the first half.
The Tarpons took a 7-0 lead
into the locker room after
scoring on what would turn
out to be their only substan-
tial drive of the night.
The drive also contained


Charlotte's only substantial
offensive play of the night, a
67-yard run by fullback Troy
McClary that set up Midgett's
2-yard quarterback sneak
across the goal line for the
only points of the first half
from either team. McClary's
run accounted for over half of
the Tarpons' total offensive
production.
The Indians had a domi-
nating performance on the
offensive side of the ball in the
first half, earning 10 first
downs and moving the ball
with relative ease. But they
had problems punching the
ball into the end zone.
Venice's first drive ended
with a fumble by running
back Paul Costanzo on the 4-
yard line, which Charlotte
defensive lineman Sarn Hipp
fell on with five minutes left in
the first quarter. Two failed
fourth-down attempts, an in-
terception by Charlotte de-
fensive back Alex Mutt and
six penalties for 45 yards con-
spired to keep the Indians
out of the end zone in the
first half, but Venice came out
firing on all cylinders when
the game was on the line.


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Venice beats Leon to close regular season


SUN PHOTO BY JEFF TAVARES, jtavares@venicegondolier.com
Venice High School's volleyball team seniors were honored at Senior Night.after Friday night's volleyball
game.The seniors are shown with their families and friends. From left: CaseyTaylor, Nickie Halbert,
Kaylee Ream, Amc;nda Garofalo, Julie Howlett, Casie Richards and Danielle Witte.


BY TRIPP MILLER
SPORTS EDITOR

It seemed that the si
on the Venice High S
volleyball team didn't
their last regular sea son
match to end.
The Indians (22-3,
jumped all over Leon
School to start, going u
games to none. But V
allowed Leon to climb
into the match as the
wouldn't have their lon
from Tallahasse end in
short games. Leon took g
three and four before f
in the tiebreaker fifth
Venice won the match:
25-22, 25-17, 23-25, 15-1
"They didn't want to
but they found it some
That's a sign of a chE
onship team. I think
great way to go into the
offs," Head Coach
Wheatley said. "We ha
extremely mentally and
ically draining week an
kids responded well a;
one of the best teams
played all year."
It was a night dedica


seven seniors, dubbed the
"seven wonders of the world"
by t-shirts worn by their
seniors teammates. Seniors Nickie
schooll Halbert, Julie Howlett, Kaylee
want Ream, Casie Richards, Casey
home Taylor, Danielle Witte and
Amanda Garofalo lived up to
8-0) the title.
High Ream led the Indians with
p two 26 kills and one ace. Richards
Venice also had a big night, racking
back up 10 kills and six blocks.
Lions
g trip Not everything
three But that wasn't all for the
games seniors. Taylor had 15 kills,
falling including the final kill of the
game. match that gave Venice the
25-18, victory. Halbert put up anoth-
12. er 67 assists, but she also went
go on, above and beyond with six
here. kills, two blocks and five aces.
ampi- Witte finished the night with
it's a 26 digs. Howlett wasn't far
play- behind with 22, and Garofalo
Brian picked up five digs of her
ad an own.
phys- "We couldn't ask for a bet-
id the ter tribute on senior night,"
against Wheatley said. "What these
we've girls have done for the pro-
gram is going to be tough for
ted to another class to accomplish


what they've accomplished."
In their first three years, these
seniors have played in two state
championship matches. They
won it in 2005. Now they have
their sights set on winning it
again.
Now that the regular sea-
son is over, it's time for the
Indians to get down to busi-
ness. Tuesday Venice travels
to Southeast High School for
the district tournament. By
winning all eight regular-sea-
son district games, Venice has
earned the top seed in the
eight-team tournament.
The Indians will take on
No. 8 seed Bayshore High
School Tuesday night at 7 p.m.
A win would advance Venice to
the, semi-finals Wednesday
night at 7:30 p.m. and a win in
that match would put the
Indians in the final at 7 p.m.
Thursday night.
"I think we're playing great
volleyball," Wheatley said. "'All
teams grow older; not all
teams mature. We're battle
tested. From here on out it's
all about letting them have
fun and get after it."
tmiller@venicegondolier.com


VHS
basketball boosters
The newVenice High School
boys basketball boosters will be
holding their next meeting Oct.
24 at 6 p.m. in portable 1411 on
the campus of Venice High
School.
Venice to host
boy's golf.regionals
Venice High School will be
hosting the 2007 boy's golf
regional championship tour-
nament at Jacaranda West
Country Club Monday starting
at 8:30 a.m.
The Venice boys placed sec-
ond in the district tournament
last week, enabling them to
extend their season to compete
for the regional championship.
The top-two teams in the
regional tournament will go on
to compete in the Class 2Astate
tournament at The Golf Club at
Bridgewater in North Lakeland
Oct. 30-31.
The Venice girls are district
champions and will also be
competing in their regional
tournament Monday at Royal
Palm Country Club in Naples.
The same rules apply. The top
two teams will go on to com-
pete in the Class 2A state tour-
nament at The Club at
Eaglebrook in Lakeland Oct.
30-31.

Sinibaldi a
face in the crowd
As the Venice Gondolier Sun
reported in its Sept. 21-22 edi-
tion, Venice High School volley-
ball alumna Margeaux
Sinibaldi holds the, Sunshine
State Conference record for
career digs (1,926). She also
holds the University of Tampa
record for digs in a season (606)
and career digs per game (5.08).
Now it seems she is getting
some national attention.
The Oct. 15 issue of Sports
Illustrated features Sinibaldi in
its Faces in the Crowd page that
highlights outstanding individ-
ual athletic accomplishments
each week. The section features
a photo of Sinibaldi and it lists
her current records and hon-
ors, such as her second-team
All-America selection and her


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Maoal cadidates address fiscal issues.


SUN NEWSPAPERS 11A


EDITOR'S NOTE: Candidates for city council seat 5 (mayor) were asked, "Are you satisfied with the cur-
rent budget priorities? Address the city's increase in user fees and new fees for services, fund balances
and the 1-cent surtax projects list." Here are their responses.
-Compiled by Greg Giles


FRED HAMMETT
(incumbent)
Budget pri-
orities: There
has been an
extraordinary
amount of .
work on the
budget pro- ..
cess as-usual
and I am in
support. We Hammett
studied all of
the needs, in-
cluding infrastructure and
prioritized them based on
public need, and the relative
useful life of each need and its
relationship to the needs of
the citizens. For example, the
need to replace an aging
waste water infrastructure
took a higher priority.
Fund balance: Fund bal-
ances are regulated by gov-
ernment accounting prac-
tices as a minimum, further
influenced by our bonding
agreements and bond ratings.


I support the conservative
nature of our finance director
and city manager. I support
healthy fund resources so that
we are prepared for an emer-
gency.
User fees: Increases in user
fees need to be evaluated very
carefully. Philosophically, I
question user fees. On the
other hand, if the state legisla-
ture presses additional un-
funded mandates, we will
have to seriously see what is
sacrificed in other areas and
determine if that is accept-
able to the community and
the safety of the community. -
We are waiting on the
results of a study by a consul-
tant on fire service fees. That
study in itself should be use-
ful in evaluating others that
may come up or discussion.
1-cent sales surtax: The 1-
cent list (of projects) was gen-
erated by the tax oversight
committee after conducting
several public workshops.


Having said that, there are
other projects that may have
been considered and were
not raised to the level of
importance. I believe that the
list can be modified over time
as the situation changes, if the
tax oversight committee
makes the recommendation.
I have heard a lot of com-
ment that a parking garage
should be added to the list
and that may well be the case.
I think that more parking
would be a good thing, espe-
cially when our winter resi-
dents are present.
We have set aside some
funds so that we could add
that project at an appropriate
Time. The next challenge on a
parking garage will be where,
how high and neighborhood
compatibility.
I have been promoting the
music center and keeping the
high school on the island, and
will continue on (that) mis-
sion.


ED MARTIN
Budget
priorities: I
think the city
finance di-I
rector and " -
city manager
have handled
the overall
budgeting is-
sues appro-
priately, an- Martin
ticipating the
cuts imposed
by the Legislature and cut-
ting personnel, capital ex-
penditures, etc. There are
always arguments about
specific cuts but, in general,
it seems workmanlike.
User fees: The city coun-
cil in the past has followed
very poor practice in failing
to charge fees that covered
the costs of utilities and
related areas, which are
supposed to be self suffi-
cient in a separate enter,
prise fund.
Instead, council used
taxes to supplement the
funds rather than charge
appropriate fees.
That has led to a loan bal-
ance of approximately $9


(million) or $10 million. To
correct that, fees have been
and will be raised to con-
form to the requirement for
self-sufficiency.
The city finance director
tells me that the increased
fees will more than offset
.the small reduction in taxes
brought about by lowering
the tax rate.
It will take 15 years to pay
back the loans to the utili-
ties enterprise fund.
The city is also consider-
ing charging fees for fire ser-
vices. That issue will need
further discussion and
analysis and it is not possi-
ble to prejudge the best
solution without the facts.
Fees, such as those for
utilities, may be necessary,
but they will not be tax
deductible on federal tax fil-
ings, as opposed to property
taxes.
Benefits: The full health
benefits at no cost for coun-
cil members, and previous
council members with six
years of service, seems in-
equitable with other city
workers having to share
their health costs. That poli-


cy should be reviewed.
1-cent sales surtax: I sup-
port the tax and will vote for
it. Many useful items will be
funded over the next 15
years.
Some that I welcome are
fixing the water and sewer
infrastructure in older areas
where there is considerable
deterioration.
I also support a grant to
join with the school district
for a performing arts center
in a new Venice High
School.
Beach renourishment
funds are obviously very
important to the appeal of
the city.
I am disappointed, as are
the downtown merchants I
discussed this with, that
there is no provision for a
parking garage in the entire
15-year package. It is the
single most significant issue
brought to my attention by
the merchants.
If 1-cent tax funds can
not be freed up for this pur-
pose, I think the citizens
should be asked to support
a bond issue for this pur-
pose.


COMING SOON
Look for "Election Guide 2007" next Wednesday, Oct. 24,
in the Venice Gondolier Sun and The Sun. It's a compendi-
um of candidate answers to questions residents have been
asking on a number of topics, like city city budget, airport
development, short-term rentals and the 1-cent sales tax.
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Airport subleases may be banned


Venice's attorney will recommend no new sub-
lease options in rental agreements with tenants at
Venice Municipal Airport.


BY GREG GILES
NEWS EDITOR
City attorney Bob Ander-
son released a written review
of a Venice Municipal Airport
sublease this week.
In it, Anderson concludes
city council cannot withhold
consent to a sublease agree-
ment made by a tenant,
Purdy Enterprises, and Chef's
Rule, new owners of Hono-
luana Island Grill.
The sublease came before
council just recently, but
council balked when it leaned
Purdy Enterprises would
make $64,000 annually by
subleasing the property for
$6,000 a month. Under its
existing 20-year lease, penned
in 1989, Purdy Enterprises
pays the airport enterprise
fund $8,000 a year.
Council members ques-
tioned their own obligation to
get fair market value in the
subleases.


They postponed approval
of the sublease agreement
until Anderson researched
the issue.
Good faith
At the time, Anderson said
he was skeptical that with-
holding consent to a sublease
would be legal merely because
council objected to the profit
being made by the tenant
His Oct. 17 memo to coun-
cil affirmed that position.
"Denying consent on the
basis of personal taste, conve-
nience, sensibility or in order
to afford the lessor an oppor-
tunity to charge a higher rent
than originally contracted for
fails the tests of good faith
and reasonableness," Ander-
son wrote, citing two Florida
cases, Amjems v. Orr Con-
struction Co (1985) and Fer-
nandez v. Vazques (1981).
The city may consider the
financial condition of the pro-
posed sublessee, its business


character, the need for alter-
nation of the leasehold, legal-
ity of the proposed use and
the nature of the occupancy,
he said, but not profit.
"I am of the opinion that
the city ofVenice cannot with-
hold consent to the proposed
sublease ... based solely upon
the disparity in the amounts
of rent paid and received,"
Anderson wrote.
At the Airport Advisory
Board meeting Wednesday,
Oct. 17, Anderson announced
he would recommend to city
council that the city stop
including sublease clauses in
its leases.
The Purdy-Chef's Rule sub-
lease is up for approval again
Tuesday, Oct. 23, before city
council under the city manag-
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Only a few long-term leas-
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Airport Director Fred Watts.
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well as money savings and less yard work.


BY KIM COOL
FEATURES EDITOR

p cutting the right plant
in the right place
gives new meaning
to the word "green."
Once used only to
describe a color made by
combining shades of blue
and yellow, "green" is now
used to describe environ-
mentally friendly products
and lifestyles.
Living a green lifestyle in-
cludes recycling, conserving
water usage and making one's
home as environmentally
sound as possible.
One of the easiest ways to
begin to live "green" is out of
doors. Help is at hand.
The FloridaYards & Neigh-
borhoods (FYN) program
helps residents reduce pollu-
tion, conserve water and en-
hance their environment by
improving home and land-
scape management.
Nokomis residents John
and Debbie Ask and Will and
Sally Collins have earned


Sally Collins installs her new
Florida Friendly Yard sign in
front of her house on Casey Key
in Nokomis.

Florida Friendly Yard status.
The Asks live in Calusa
Lakes, a deed restricted com-
munity. Grass is one of the
restrictions a certain
amount is required.
The Collins live in a 1950-
era house with 127 feet of
beachfront along Casey Key.
With no deed restrictions,
they can avoid grass altogeth-
er, using sea shell, mulch and
native or Florida-friendly
ground covers entirely.
Yards and neighborhoods
can harm or protect Florida's
environment, especially its
waterways and water re-
sources, right down to the
aquifer. Improperly applied
pesticides and fertilizers can
seriously damage Florida's
waters, both fresh and salt,
affecting human and animal
health. Incidents of red tide,
an algae bloom in the Gulf of
Mexico, are thought to be
caused by nutrient runoff
that makes its way into the
Gulf of Mexico, where sea tur-
ties and other marine life
have been affected. A rehabil-
itated sea turtle released off
Casey Key last summer by
Mote Marine Laboratory biol-
ogists died just months later
when it drifted into a red tide
bloom off the coast of Tampa.
Humans walking the beach or
living on or near the beach
experience a dry cough and
other symptoms when the
bloom is active.
The Asks met the run-off
challenge presented by a
pond behind their house by
planting a berm of native and


native-friendly plants along
the edge of the pond as a
buffer zone.
During a heavy rain storm,
John Ask watched nutrients
flooding into the pond from
the grassy knoll on the other
side of the pond. He took a
photo.
"You could see the nutrients
pouring out into the pond,"
Debbie Ask said. "There was
no run-off from our side."
Run-off goes into ponds
and lakes and streams. If itfil-
ters down into the aquifer, it.
can affect drinking water.
When it runs into streams
and rivers and out into the
Gulf of Mexico, it can lead to
the development of red tide,
an algae bloom considered
hazardous to marine life.
Annoying to beachgoers, it
also poses potential health
risks for humans.
Longtime sea turtle volun-
teers, the Collins, have made
sure there is no run-off into
the gulf from their property.
They have maintained a
Florida Friendly yard for
some seven years, Sally
Collins said.
Landscapes that use less
water and little or, preferably,
no pesticides and fertilizers
can make'a difference. Chang-
ing fertilizer also can make a
difference, Extension Agent
Annemarie Post said.
"You always want to have
the phosphorus number real-
ly low," Post said.
Fertilizers are identified by
three numbers. An example is:
10-2-10. The first number
refers to the nitrogen content;
the second to the phosphorus
content and the third to the
potassium content, Post said.
Minimizing phosphorous is
part of a new state law con-
cerning the use of fertilizers.
'Phosphorus is increasingly
blamed for fueling algae
blooms in lakes according to


Native lakahatchee grass is a native grass that adds interest to any


provide shelter for wildlife.
Plants that prefer full sun will
grow leggy and may eventually
die if planted in an area with too
much shade. Choose no more
than two or three colors to unil.,
the landscape. Turfgrass is not
the only groundcover. An 80-
page Florida-friendly plant list
comes with the F\N program
book.
2. Efficient watering -
Proper plant choice can re-
duce the need for watering.
Never water between 10 a.m.
and 4 p.m. when evaporation
is highest, Post said. The best
time is 4-7 a.m. Apply one-
half to three-quarters inch of
water when grass or other
plants show signs of distress.
Use a rain gauge. Find more
information at fisstate.org,
the Web site of the Florida


Debbie Ask shows her Florida-friendly greenery.


writers at Environmental Sci-
ence & Technology magazine's
Web site. Complicating the
issue is that as much as 50 per-
cent of the various forms of
phosphorus present in the
ecosystem is hard to measure.
The use of native or native-
friendly plants that need little
or no water, beneficial mulch-
ing and other techniques will
save time and money for
homeowners and will go far
toward the salvation of Flor-


Study the nine principles
before making a plan.
Nine FYN principles
1. Right plant in the right
place Use drought-tolerant
plants in areas that are high
and dry but never in low lying
areas where they can suc-
cumb to root rot. Start with
trees, which can save more
than $73 in air conditioning
costs each year, control ero-
sion, cut air pollution and


Irrigation Society.
3. Appropriate fertilizing-
The optimum amount of fer-
tilizer will result in a dense
root and shoot system. Look
for slow-release fertilizers, or
fertilizers with a high percent-
age of slow-release nitrogen
in them. When grass is grow-
ing more actively, apply an
iron source to green the lawn
rather than a fertilizer to
increase growth.
Palm trees have different


Native- and Florida-friendly plants reduce the runoff into this lake at
Calusa Lakes.


needs from grass or other plants.
4. Mulch Do not use
cypress which is in decreas-
ing supply. Instead use pine
bark, leaves or even grass or
shrub clippings. Mulch is
often available free at city and


county landfills. Maintain
mulch to a depth of 2 or 3
inches, raking it occasionally
to prevent compaction.
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BY TED RANK
STAFF ESCRITOR

Hang on to your sanity,
ladies and gentlemen. It's
time for News from Ecine
ville.
Happy birthday to you.
Happy birthday to you.
Happy birthday, dear
Ecineville.
Happy birthday to you.
That's right Ecineville is
100 today.
Begun March 4, 2007,
three times a week it has
been a pleasure to challenge
and question the norms of
our world here in Ecineville.
Some of you, as was sug-
gested in the first line of the
first ANNFE and every one
since, have managed to hang
onto your sanity, treat this
column with a grain of salt
and, hopefully, have a laugh
or two.
A couple of others of you
have certainly lost your sani-
ty because you have written
in saying you would prefer to
live in Ecineville and have
asked if I could help you
move there. You know who
you are, and I hope the med-
ication is helping.
And, of course, there are
the most devoted of all fans,
who sit and wonder when
the last time anyone in
Ecineville was run out of
town on a rail, tarred and
feathered or dropped off at
the county line by the sheriff
and told never to set foot in
"his" county again, as you
wish would happen to this
reporter.
To those latter fans, your
kind words of encourage-
ment to our "Give-it-to-em"
column demanding Ecine-
ville be blown off the face of
whatever planet we're on
have truly been appreciated.
Your dedication to reading
the column, writing in and
criticizing it will keep us
going, hopefully for another
100,000 columns.
Thanks for the help.


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SUNDAY, OCT. 21, 2007


FINE WHINES

It almost writes itself


BY BOB MUDGE
EDITOR


Also, perhaps you folks
could plan ahead for our
200th birthday and form aWe
Hate Ecineville Club, and
maybe even print signs and
march around the Ecineville
Sun in protest.
If you could find the time
and make the effort to do
that, it sure would be appre-
ciated.
Thanks also to Mayor Juan


surrounding towns read
ANNFE. Well, thanks to the
Internet, we have supporters
near and far.
So we wanted to take this
opportunity to thank our
readers from around the
world who sent gifts to the
Sun to mark this momentous
day.
Thanks to:
Neil Armstrong, for the


reschedule.)
Emeril, for the gourmet
meal he had flown in for us
from his Miami restaurant.
Thanks, Britney.
Bill O'Reilly, for his auto-
graphed book. Bjill actually
hates this column but sends
an autographed book to any-
one who might mention his
books in print.
Miclc Hey man, thanks
for the backstage passes and
plane tickets to London for
the December concert.
Much thanks to his
Holiness for the card and
flowers.
Hillary, for the wonderful
campaign literature she sent
us.
Michael Jordan, for a
great dinner in Chicago last
Saturday. The pick-up game
with you, Larry Bird and
Magic Johnson and me was a
blast. Thanks, M.J.
And of course we'd be
negligent if we didn't thank
our best friend and support-
er, the Rev. Al Sharpton.
Thanks so much for taking
out those full-page ads in the
Washington Post and the
New York Times to celebrate
ANNFE. .
Now to those of you who
aren't too happywithANNFE,
we can only say:
Remember. It's Ecineville.
Either love it or leave it.
Ecineville Love it or
Leave it.
That might make a good
bumper sticker.
Well, this is Ted "I'm a
reporter, I'm a reporter" Rank
reporting. I'll see you next
issue with more news from
Ecineville. Until then, re-
member, as if you could for-
get, we're still here in Ecine-
ville.
trank@venicegondolier.com


Regular readers of this
column (Hi, Mom!) will rec-
ognize this format, so let
me address our new sub-
scribers in Nokomis,
Osprey, Laurel and North
Venice: Occasionally, I take
headlines off the Internet
and make a funny com-
ment (these appear in
parentheses).
For instance:
"Ebony and Ivory"
named worst duet ever.
(Close behind in second
place: Britney Spears and
Kevin Federline.)
Hospital staffers sus-
pended over Clooney. (Did
they do that as a fundraiser?
I know women who would
pay a fortune for the oppor-
tunity.)
Fox reviving failed sit-
com as a cartoon. (You
mean the reason it went in
the tank originally is no one
wanted to look at real peo-
ple acting out bad writing?)
Taco Bell takes its cui-
sine to Mexico. (And you
think illegal immigration is
a problem now?)
Clinton courts women
in N.H. with family leave
plan. (Here we go again -
and he's gotten bolder since
he left office.)
Hasselbeck taking leave
from "The View." (Now
who's going to lead all the
in-depth intellectual discus-
sions?)
Drew Carey engaged to
culinary graduate. (Good
for him, though a hairstylist
or optician might have been
a better choice.)


Suarez for me proclamation
that he will be reading at city
hall Tuesday stating that he
and the city council will sup-
port an amendment to the
U.S. Constitution overturn-
ing the First Amendment,
freedom of speech and of the
press, to ban ANNFE forever.
Some of you may think
only people in Ecineville and


Bush raps Democrats
on spending. (What, they're
not doing it quickly
enough?)
Orlando Bloom in
minor car crash in LA (Not
minor enough, of course,
that it didn't make the
"news." How long is it until:
'Absolutely nothing hap-
pened to the following
celebrities today...."?)
Francis Bacon "Rent"
painting sold. (That's the
true mark of a genius he
managed to create a work
of art about a Broadway
musical that didn't debut
until 368 years after he
died.)
*Virgin Atlantic 747 to
test biofuel in early 2008.
(Maybe airlines will go back
to serving food so they'll
have something to make
biofuel out of.)
ConAgra expands pot
pie recall. (Apparently, one
of the workers on the line
took the term "pot" a bit too
literally.)
Wealthiest Americans
getting richer. (What a
relief! I've lost so much
sleep worrying about how
they're getting by in this
economy.)
If it's any consolation,
fish get insomnia too. (It's
not, but the fact that they're
basically swimming in their
own toilets makes me feel a
bit better.)
McCartney likens
divorce war to hell. (Geez,
does that mean he's going
to write another "Ebony
and Ivory"?)

bmudge@
venicegondolier.com


autographed moon rock.
Stephen King, for his
autographed copy of the orig-
inal "Carrie" manuscript.
Hugh, for his kind invita-
tion to fly the ANNFE staff to
the mansion for the weekend
of Nov. 23.
Dave, for the offer to
appear on "Late Night" Nov.
23. (Sorry, Dave, we'll have to


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SUNDAY,
OCT. 21
Help a newborn
The John "Chris" Show me-
morial third annual golf
scramble takes place at The
Golf Club at Capri Isles, 849
Capri Isles Blvd. Registration
for this "Tee Off for TJ" be-
gins at 7 a.m.; 8 a.m. shot-
gun. Fee: $75 per player
includes 18 holes, cart, food
and beverages. Proceeds
support medical expenses
for baby TJ, born with hypo-
plastic left heart syndrome,
requiring a heart transplant
for survival. Call Jeff at 861-
4129 or 915-1884.
Bike trip
Meet DickWesling of the
Coastal Cruisers Bicycle Club
at 8:30 a.m. at the North Ma-
nasota Beach parking lot for
a moderate ride of 30 miles,
with a stop at Ntinos for
breakfast. Helmets required.
Call 475-5404.
A helping hand
Grace Community Bible
Church sponsors free oil
change and maintenance
checks for single parents and
widows, 8 a.m.-1 p.m., at Pit
Stop Auto Repair Shop, 913
U.S. 41 Business. Drive-ins
welcome, but appointments
preferred. Contact Nancy at
497-6412 or Nancy@gcbcfl.
com.
Spelling bee
Knights of Columbus holds a
community-wide spelling .
bee competition for girls and
boys in grades five through
10, 1:30-3 p.m. at 1301 Cen-
ter Road. Words from the
third edition of "Webster's
New International Dic-
tionary." Call Jerry at 496-
8532 or e-mail jeru2pilot@
verizon.net.
.Dancing
. -. ,-Qo&A.Park Cpo.n.mmuniry
Center hosts ballroom danc-
ing to music from the 40s
through today, 3-5 p.m., at
234 East Nippino Trail. Fee:
$3 per person with refresh-
ments for sale. Call 486-2595.

MONDAY,
OCT. 22
'Alligators' in Venice


PHOTO COURTESY OF
VENICE LITTLE THEATRE
Chelsea Gonzalez (fore-
ground) and Patti O'Berg star
in 'Alligators," by Sarasota
playwright Sylvia Reed. The
play will be featured in a
60-minute festival version
at 8 p.m. at Venice Little
Theatre, 140 Tampa Ave.
Audiences are invited to an
after-show talk back with the
director and cast. Tickets are
$15 and are available at the
theater's box office, by call-
ing 488-1115 or online at
venicestage.com.
Hold that Decision
The Great Decisions meeting
scheduled for today at 9:30
a.m. has been canceled. The
group will meet 9:30 a.m.,
Monday, Oct. 29, at Venice
Public Library, 300 S.
Nokomis Ave.
Italian lessons
Learn to speak Italian at the
Italian American Club of
Venice, 1375 Ringling Drive.
The club sponsors Italian
language classes starting
today. Beginners class at 5:30
p.m.; intermediate and ad-


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TUESDAY,
OCT. 23
Golden Pelican
The Golden Pelican .
Squadron meets at 11:30
a.m. arthe Sarasota Yacht ---
Club, 1100 Ringling Blvd.
The luncheon and meeting
are for Golden Pelican mem-
bers and their guests. RSVP
to Warren Johnson at 545-
4297.
Pharmacy benefit


The Community Pharmacy
of Sarasota County hosts a
wine and cheese social, 5:30-
7 p.m., at the Venice Cham-
ber of Commerce, 597 South
Tamiami Trail. The pharma-
cy, located in Nokomis, is
run by private donations and
community volunteers. To
RSVP or volunteer, call the
pharmacy at 445-5687 or
visit online at cpsarasota.org.
Show time
Jacaranda Public Library
offers a free showing of the
film "12 Angry Men" at
2 p.m. at 4143 Woodmere '
Park Blvd. All are welcome.
Call 861-1260.
Cub Scouts
Cub Scout Pack 77 meets
6:30-7:30 p.m., Tuesdays at
Grace United Methodist
Church hall, 400 E. Field Ave.
The pack is open to any
interested boy in grades one
through five. Experience
learning, fun, social skills
and community spirit. Call
Bob at 376-6163.
Senior Friendship
Venice Senior Friendship
Centers activities have
moved to 2350 Scenic Drive.
Call 584-0075. Donations
welcome.
* 9 a.m., woodcarving,
beginners welcome
* 9:30 a.m., teddy-bear mak-
ing, bring your own furs
Tuesday tunes
* Les Gowan and Tin Pan
Alley perform 1-3 p.m. Tues-
days at the Senior Friendship
Centers, 2350 Scenic Drive.
All are welcome. Call 584-
0075.
* The David Pruyn Trio, with
Charlie Prawdzik on piano
and Mark Newenschwander
on bass, joins guest artists
7-10 p.m. Tuesday at Har-
mony House at the Holiday
Inn, 455 U.S. 41 Bypass. Call
412-3000.


All about trusts
The Women's Resource Cen-
ter of Sarasota County pre-
sents KnowYour Rights:
Wills, Trusts and Probate,
6-7:30 p.m. at 806 Pinebrook
Road. Led by attorney Mar-
cella Mika. Fee: $8. Register
by calling 485-9724.
Seashells by
- the seashore
-The Engewood Shell Club
meets at 1 p.m. at Lemon
Bay Park off Old Englewood
Road. Field trips, crafts and
more. Guests welcome. Call
Doris at 697-6413.,
Circus history
The Venice Area Historical
Society presents Ringling
Brothers and Barnum &
Bailey Circus: The Venice
Years: An Oral History Pro-
ject at 7 p.m.,,Tuesday, Oct.
23, at Venice Public Library,
300 S. Nokomis Ave. Dr.
Mark I. Greenberg, director,
Oral History Program, Uni-
versity of South Florida, will
discuss oral histories of for-
mer circus performers and
employees. He will also exp-
lain how the oral history pro-
ject will be carried out by
members ofVAHS and
eighth-grade students from
Venice Middle School. Call
484-0769 or visit venice
history.com to learn more.

WEDNESDAY,
OCT. 24
Kiwanis fundraiser
Enjoy a steak lunch at Out-
back Steakhouse, noon-1
p.m., at 4220 South Tamiami
Trail. Tickets are $10 and are
available at the Paper Pad,
220 Tamiami Trail. Proceeds
benefit Kiwanis children's
charities. Call 484-6022.
Depot tours
Trained docents from the
Venice Area Historical Soci-
ety lead free Venice Train
Depot tours 10 a.m.-noon,
Wednesday. Donations wel-
come. For 10 or more, call
484-0769.
Marines birthday ball
U.S. Marines and the public
are invited to help celebrate
the 232nd Marine Corps
Birthday Ball Gulf Coast De-
tachment 643 Friday, Nov. 9,
at Boca Royale Country Club,
1601 Englewood Road,
Englewood. Cocktails at
5 p.m.; prime rib, chicken or
salmon dinner at 6 p.m.
Music by JW. Attire: formal.
Tickets: $35 per person.
RSVP by Oct. 24 to Patti Ca-


mara at 468-4262 or John
Gulitti at 735-0394.
Quilting
The Venice Area Quilt Guild
meet at 7 p.m. in the main
room of the Venice Commu-
nity Center, 326 S. Nokomis
Ave. The is program is Fast:
Fun, Fabulous Fusies with
Frieda Anderson. Bring a
nonperishable food for the
South County Food Pantry.
All are Welcome. Call Judy at
488-4737.
Dance
Bay Indies Community hosts
a gala Halloween dance at
950 Ridgewood Ave. Doors
open at 7 p.m. Music by
LaCroix, 7:30-10:30 p.m.
BYOB; snacks and setups
provided. Prizes for best cos-
tumes. Tickets: $7 per per-
son. RSVP to 484-1122.
Singles meet
The Manatee-Sarasota Sierra
Club hosts Sierra Singles
Night at Metro Cafe, 5-7 p.m.,
at 711 S. OspreyAve., Sara-
sota.Call Ginger at 330-9603.
Oktoberfest
Sterling House of Venice
hosts an Oktoberfest/10-year
celebration with entertain-
ment, 4-6 p.m. at 1200 Ave-
nida del Circo. Call 485-8885.
Paddlin'
Oscar Scherer State Park
holds ranger-led canoe tours
of South Creek, Wednesdays,
at 1843 South Tamiami Trail,
Osprey. Register at 8:30 a.m.,
tour at 9 a.m. Rental and
park fee. Call 483-5956.
Epiphany activities
Epiphany Parish Hall, 305 W.
Tampa Ave.
* 9 a.m., wake-up exercising
* 9:30 a.m., quilting
* 10 a.m., mah-jongg;
needlepoint and knitting;
blood pressures
* noon, beginners bridge
* 1:15 p.m., Stretch & Flex
class
Freedom from Alimony
The Venice Chapter meeting
of the Alliance for Freedom
from Alimony Inc. meets at
7:30 p.m. Contact Bill at 480-
1395 or bill@cflap.org.
Stock club
The Stock Investment Club
RAMs meet at 6:45 p.m. in
the conference room at
Venice Public Library, 300 S.
Nokomis Ave. No dues or
membership fees required.
Call 484-7993.
'Dig' up your relatives
The Englewood Genealogical


outreach director of
the Cape Coral
Friends of Wildlife,
presents a free Venice
Area Audubon Society
program on Burrow-
ing Owls at the Venice
Community Center,
326 S. Nokomis Ave.,
Tuesday, Oct. 23. Sal-
tonstall will address
the need to protect
and provide habitat
for the owls (here are
two nesting). All are
welcome for social at
6:30 p.m., program at
7 p.m. Call 496-8984.


Society meets for a special
Halloween program, 1:30-
3:30 p.m. at Elsie Quirk
Library, 100W. Dearborn St.,
Englewood. Call 475-6353 for
more information.


Venice host a recruiting cof-
fee and breakfast at 9:30
a.m., Wednesday, Oct. 30, at
the Venetian Golf & River
Club, 102 Pesaro Drive.
Learn about volunteer ser-
vices at Venice Regional
Medical Center, the Ele-
phant's Trunk and Venice
HealthPark. Volunteers are
needed to escort and trans-
port patients, cashier at the
thrift store and gift shop, and
assist the nursing staff. RSVP
to 483-7050 by Oct. 26.
Boo!
* The past presidents of Fra-
ternal Order of Eagles 3482,
Venice-Nokomis, 620 Colo-
nia Lane, Nokomis, hold a
Halloween party and fish
dinner Friday Oct. 26, start-
ing at 8 p.m. with unmasking
at 9:30 p.m. Prizes for best
costumes and games. Mem-
bers and guests are invited.
* The Manatee-Sarasota Sier-
ra Club Singles hold a Hallo-
ween Beach Bash at 6 p.m.,
Friday, Oct. 26, at Turtle
Beach on Siesta Key. Bring a
dish, a drink and dinnerware
to the picnic pavilion, fol-
lowed by a full-moon beach
stroll. Costumes optional.
Donation: $5. RSVP by Oct.
24 to Ginger at 330-9603.
* The South Venice Civic
Association hosts its annual
children's Halloween party,
1-3 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 27, at
720 Alligator Drive. Wear
your favorite costumes and
enjoy refreshments, crafts,
games, story time and more.
Parents welcome and volun-
teers needed. Call 492-9058.
* Disabled American
Veterans hosts a Halloween
party at 7 p.m., Saturday,
Oct. 27, at 600 East Colonia
Lane, Nokomis. Live music
and costume contest. E-mail


Women's art exhibit


"One String Short of a Cello,"' oil, by Bonnie Dennis, is among
the works on display at the Women Contemporary Artists'exhibi-
tion at Selby Public Library, 1331 First Street, Sarasota.The show
opens 6-7:30 p.m., Monday, Oct. 22, with "What is Narrative Art
and the Artist's Process?" moderated by Elizabeth Van Riper
with juror Donn Roll and selected participating artists. E-mail
elizabeth@vanriperonline.com.


COMING UP
MOMS Club party
The MOMS (Moms Offering
Moms Support) Club of
Venice-South hosts its annu-
al open house and fall cos-
tume party, 9 a.m.-noon,
Friday, Oct. 26, at Jacaranda
Public Library, 4143 Wood-
mere Park Blvd. Come for
costumes, food, beverages,
games, crafts and more. Call
Dana at 492-6400 or e-mail
MomsClubVenicesouth@
yahoo.com.
Alumnae event
The Sarasota Area Alumnae
Chapter of Delta Delta Delta
holds its first meeting of the
season at noon, Friday, Oct.
26, at Turtle Rock Clubhouse,
Sarasota. Social at 11:30 a.m.,
lunch at noon. For details,
call Susan at 493-3491.
Volunteers coffee
The Healthcare Volunteers of


davl01venice@aol.com or
call 488-4500.
* The Italian American Club
of Venice hosts a children's
Halloween party, 1-3 p.m.,
Sunday, Oct. 28, at 1375
Ringling Drive. Hot dogs,
chips, cookies, punch,
games, costume contest, bal-
loon animals, face painting
and more. Admission is free;
donations accepted for the
Make a Wish Foundation.
Call 650-7174.
* The Venice-Nokomis Elks
Lodge holds a Halloween
costume party dinner dance
6-9 p.m., Wednesday, Oct. 31,
with a "ghoulish" buffet, pri-
zes for best costumes. Elks,
Does and guests welcome.
Music by Ziggy. Tickets: $15.
Call 486-1854.

Send your events
to calendar@
sun-herald.com.

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FRIENDLY from Page 1B
Landscaped islands or corri-
dors provide pathways for
wildlife. Some plants provide
food and nectar plants attract
birds, butterflies and caterpil-
lars. Manage pets, especially
house cats. Reduce lawn area
and insecticide use.
6. Responsible pest manage-
ment Survey your yard regu-
larly to find pests before severe
damage occurs. If you find dam-
age, check for natural controls
before using pesticides. Hand-
picking of insects or pruning
infected plants is encouraged.
7. Recycling Compost yard
waste. Use compost to enrich
your soil Recycle grass clip-
pings by leaving them on the
lawn when grass is cut Pruning
improves plant growth and
provides material for compost-
ing. Allow leaves to remain
beneath trees where the leaves
will improve the soil as they
decompose. Shrubs planted
beneath trees will minimize the
need to rake leaves. This only
works when turf grass is not
wanted beneath the tree(s).
8. Stormwater runoff re-
duction A properly planned
and maintained yard absorbs
stormwater, minimizing runoff
that can carry nutrients into the
state's waterways and the Gulf.
Collect rainwater in rain barrels
or cisterns for landscape water-
ing. Never drink such water.
Guide roof runoff through gut-
ter downspouts to areas where
it can do the most good. Use
porous or pervious surfaces
wherever possible. If using
pavers for walks or driveways,
use sand between the pavers.
9. Waterfront protection -
Littoral zones, the area between
land and water, usually must be
landscaped according to envi-
ronmental laws. Mangroves
can be an asset to Florida-
friendly yards but some man-
grove pruning requires a per-
mit Check with the De-
partment of Environmental
Protection before planting or
trimming mangrove. Adding
decorative or stormwater pro-
tective pond can be beneficial.
Consider the benefits and po-
trefilap'oblemn.before adding
ponds to the landscape.
Make a "green" plan
Site conditions, homeowner
needs and desires and environ-
mental awareness all need to be
considered in formulating a
landscape plan. A good plan
prevents erosion, reduces
runoff, provides needed play or
relaxation areas, is easy to


SUN PHOTO BY KIM COOL
Flowering trees attract birds and butterflies.
maintain, incorporates' an irri- quiz about Florida friendly
gation plan and is friendly to landscaping. A plant list comes
wildlife. Note than an irrigation with the booklet and also can
plan does not mean that one be found online at the Flor-
must include an inground irri- idaYards Web site.
gation system. It might simply Once a yard is converted
involve a way to collect rainwa- according to the suggestions in
ter for occasional use such as to the booklet, residents can apply
establish new plants. for recognition of their yard by
Florida-friendlyyards gener- completing a checklist Those
ally attract butterflies, birds and satisfying the requirements will
other wildlife, all of which con- receive a yard sign and certifi-
tribute to the creation of a bal- cate for each recognition level.
anced ecosystem. Apply to FloridaYards & Neigh-
"Something in our yard is borhood Coordinator, UF/IFAS
blooming all the time," Debbie Sarasota County Extension,
Ask said. 6700 Clark Road, Twin Lakes
Site analysis includes a study Park, Sarasota, FL 34241.
of available light and shade, soil The program was created as
analysis, drainage, tempera- a partnership of the University
ture, wind and water exposure of Florida Institute of Food and
(especially if near the shore) Agricultural Sciences, the state's
and structural limitations such waste water management dis-
as buildings, septic systems, tricts, the'Florida Department
underground utilities, over- of Environmental Protection,
head power lines and paved the National Estuary Program,
surfaces. Underground utilities the Florida Sea Grant College
need to be marked before dig- program, concerned citizens
going begins. and members or private in-
dustry and associations.
Details and recognition "We did it so more of our
Details are in the book, "A neighbors would buy into the
Guide -to Florida -Friendly program," Debbie Ask said.
Landscaping," published in "Now the association here is
2006 by the University of using pine needle mulch out
Florida and funded by a grant front A neighbor up the street
from the Southwest Florida just put mellalucca mulch in all
Water Management District. her planting beds."
Hard copies can be obtained For more information on
from your county extension Florida-friendly landscaping,
agency orvisit FloridaYards.org call the Sarasota County
to take a brief tutorial of the Extension office at 861-9815.
nine basic steps. Then take a kcool@venicegondolier.com


VENUE from page 3B
* The Venice Lions Club
sponsors its annual Hallo-
ween parade Wednesday,
Oct. 31. The event begins at
3:30 p.m. with the gathering
of children in the Gazebo
parking lot downtown. At
4 p.m., Venice Lions volun-
teers will lead the proces-
sion. Bags of treats will be
distributed at the Gazebo
and, following the parade,
MainStreet merchants will be
open for Trick or Treaters.
Call 408-0528.
* The Senior Friendship Cen-
ters hosts a Halloween party
at 11 a.m., Wednesday, Oct.
31, at 2350 Scenic Drive.
Wear your favorite costume
and enjoy special treats and
prizes. Lunch available at
noon for a $3 donation with
24-hour reservations. Call
584-0031 or 584-0090.
Pet adoptions
Suncoast Humane Society
brings loving cats available
for adoption to their thrift
store in the Rialto Shopping
Plaza at 668 South Tamiami
Trail, 10 a.m.-2 p.m., Oct. 27.
The store will also host a cus-
tomer appreciate sale, giving
51 percent off donated mer-
chandise. Volunteers are
needed at the animal care
center and store. Visit
humane.org or call the shel-
ter at 474-7884 or the store at
480-9811 to leam more.
Dances
* The Polish American Soci-
ety of Venice hosts a Wel-
come Back dance, 6 p.m.-
midnight, Saturday, Oct. 27,
at Venice Gardens, 406
Shamrock Blvd. Music by M.
Merena Orchestra. Tickets:
$15 for members or $20 for
nonmembers. RSVP to Luc-
jan at 485-5750 or Chester at
405-9657.
* Venice Gardens hosts a
Country Western dance, 7-10
p.m., Saturday, Nov. 10, at the
civic center at 406 Shamrock
Blvd. Music by Alex. BYOB;
chips, salsa and dip provid-
ed. Singles and nonmembers,
welcome. Tickets: $7 in A
advance or $8 at the door.
Reserved tables for eight or
10. Call Linda at 497-3098 or
Gary at 493-3780.
Laurel fundraiser
The Laurel Civic Association
hosts its annual Cool Carib-
bean Nights fundraiser, 5:30-
11 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 27, at
the Sandra Sims Terry Com-


You've found her!


PHOTO COURTESY OF INGRID SIMKE
When you meet this pooch, you'll say, "Eureka, I've found her!"
She's a sweet Boxer mix, just about a year old, and weighs about
36 pounds. She'll be easy to train, because she's very motivated
by treats and loves to please people. She'll make a great pet for
the lucky person who brings her home. Could it be you? See
Eureka and all of Suncoast's adoptable animals online at
humane.org, stop by 6781 San Casa Drive in Englewood, or call
474-7884.


munity Center, 509 Collins
Road in Laurel. All proceeds
support the association's
children's and adult pro-
grams. All are welcome for
an evening of fun, food,
friends, a silent auction and
a look at the association's
accomplishments in the
community. Tickets are $75
per person. For reservations
or to make a donation, call
483-3338 or visit laurelcivic.
org.
Legion golf
The American Legion Post
No-Vel Unit 159 hosts the
10th annual Lenny Hunt
Memorial Golf Tournament
Saturday, Oct. 27, at Lake
Venice Golf Club, 1801 South
Harbor Drive. Four-man
shotgun scramble with an 8
a.m, start..Prizes for closest
to the pin, longest drive and
a putting contest, then re-
turn to the Legion Post for
dinner and beverage. Each
player will receive a gift. Call
Gary at 429-4278 or Ron at
(732) .996-4138.
Fall festival
Epiphany Cathedral School


hosts its annual Fall Festival
and Chili Cook-off fundrais-
er, 2-6 p.m., Saturday, Oct.
27. Free entertainment, $6
wrist bands for select activi-
ties and individually ticketed
games, plus a dunk tank,
bounce house, trucks, a cake
walk, 4H dog-agility course,
food and more. Proceeds
benefit classrooms and the
Home and School
Association. To participate in
the chili cook-off, call Candy
at 468-7412. For questions
about the festival, call Beth
at 486-0083.


Deaf-Blind Association
The Florida Deaf-Blind
Association holds its fall
meeting 10 a.m.-4p.'., ',
Saturday, Oct. 27, in Room B
at ie Largo Public Library,
120 Central Park Drive,
Largo, 33771, (727) 587-6718.
Interpreters, signers and
support service provider vol-
unteers are needed. Contact
Nellie Pohlmeyer at nellie
pohlmeyer@hotmail.com or
Steven Rhodes at
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Prostate group
Dr. Larry Silverman from 21st
Century Oncology speaks on
high-dose radiation at 2 p.m.,
Monday, Oct. 22, at the Sara-
sota Man to Man prostate can-
cer support group, taking place
at Sarasota Memorial Hosp-
ital, Waldemere Auditorium,
1700 South Tamiami Trail.
Call Art at 488-2166.
Pharmacy benefit
The Community Pharmacy of
Sarasota County hosts a wine
and cheese social, 5:30-7 p.m.,
Tuesday, Oct. 23, at the Venice
Chamber of Commerce, 597
South Tamiami Trail. The
Community Pharmacy is loc-
ated in Nokomis and provides
Sarasota County residents with
prescription medicine for as
long as they need it, free of
charge, regardless of race, reli-
gion, color, creed or national
origin. The pharmacy is run
entirely with private don-
ations and community vol-
unteers. To RSVP for the event
or to volunteer your time, call
the pharmacy at 445-5687 or
visit cpsarasota.org.
PAST
Parents of Addicts Sharing
Time is a support and advo-
cacy group that meets at 7
p.m. the second and fourth
Tuesday of the month (Oct.
23) in the conference room at
Jacaranda Public Library, 4143
Woodmere Park Blvd. Visit
parentsofaddictssharingtime
.org or call Trina at 266-8469.
Flu shots
* Walk-in flu shots are offered
8 a.m.-5 p.m., Monday th-
rough Friday, at the Nokomis
Walk-In Clinic, 621-623 Tam-
iami Trail (485-5645), and 9
a.m.-5 p.m., Monday through
Friday, at the Sarasota Family
Medical Walk-In, 6813 South
Tamiami Trail, Sarasota (923-
5861). For daily flu shoto16ca-"
tions, call he Sarasotada i'
nty Health Department's flu
information line at 861-2800
or visit sarasotahealth.org.
* Sarasota Health Services ad-


ministers flu shots at Venice
Nokomis United Methodist
Church, 208 Palm Ave., Noko-
mis, 10 a.m.-noon, Saturday,
Nov. 10. Bring Medicare card.
Senior
Friendship Centers
2350 Scenic Drive, 584-0075,
seniorfriendship.com
* 10 a.m., Wednesday, Oct. 24,
senior health care with the
Dilling Investment Group.
* 9:30-10:15 a.m., Friday, Oct.
26, balance movement class.
Call 556-3223.
* 10 a.m.-noon, Mondays,
free hearing screenings by the
Audiology Department of the
Silverstein Institute. Regis-
tration required.
* 10 a.m., Monday, Oct. 29,
footcare with retired podia-
trist Dr. Irving Miller.
Pulmonary support
The Venice Pulmonary Sup-
port Group meets at 1 p.m.,
Thursday (Oct. 25), at Venice
City Hall, 401 W. Venice Ave.
Call City Hall at 486-2626 or
Gail at 497-5347.
Addiction forum
Addiction: A Community Dis-
ease takes place 9 a.m.-3 p.m.,
Saturday, Nov. 10, at the
Venice Community Center,
326 S. Nokomis Ave. Keynote
speaker: author and addic-
tion researcher Terence T.
Gorski. Workshops include
Prescription Medications and
Addiction, Nutrition and Add-
iction, and Teens Building
Our Community. Sponsored by
the Laurel / Osprey / Venice /
Nokomis and North Port
Community Health Action
Teams and Parents of Addicts
Sharing Time. Fee: $25 by Oct.
26; $35 thereafter. RSVP by
Nov. 2 to 650-4856. Scholar-
ships available for youth.
Volunteers coffee
The Healthcare Volunteers of
Venice hibst 're6riting coffee
at 9:30 a.m., Wednesday, Oct.
30, at the Venetian Golf & River
Club, 102 Pesaro Drive. Come
for a continental breakfast and


learn about volunteer services
at Venice Regional Medical
Center, the Elephant's Trunk
and Venice HealthPark. Volun-
teers are needed to escort and
transport patients, cashier at
the thrift store and gift shop,
and assist the nursing staff.
RSVP to 483-7050 by Oct. 26.
Deaf-Blind Association
The Florida Deaf-Blind Asso-
ciation holds its fall meeting
10 a.m.-4 p.m., Saturday, Oct.
27, in Room B at the Largo
Public Library, 120 Central
Park Drive, Largo, 33771,
(727) 587-6718. Interpreters,
signers and support service
provider volunteers are need-
ed. Contact Nellie Pohlmeyer at
nelliepohlmeyer@hotmail.com
orStevenRhodes at deafhusker@
comcastnet
AIDS Walk
The second AIDS Walk in
Sarasota/Manatee counties
to support the programs of
Trinity Charities Inc. takes
place Saturday, Oct. 27. The 2-
mile walk starts at 8 a.m. on
the campus of New College
on Tamiami Trail in Sarasota.
Teams are being formed and
more than 500 walkers are
expected.There will also be food
and drink, raffles, music and
prizes. Call 355-0847 or register
at trinitycharities.org.
Health classes
Jacaranda Public Library offers
two community health classes
Monday, Nov. 5, at 4143
Woodmere Park Blvd. African
American Community Health
meets 9:30-11:30 am., and "No
Comprende" Spanish Health
Information Resources for
English-Speaking Librarians
* meets 1-5 p.m. Both are led by
Mandy Meloy, community
outreach coordinator for the
National Networks of Libraries
of Medicine, Southeastern /
Atlantic' Region. Open to
Community f health Actio6i"
Teams as well as library staff.
Call Greg Carlson, manager,
Jacaranda Public Library, at
861-1277.


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everyone happy.
Love and best wishes
Belated birthday greet-
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those ladies who make every
day a party.
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Poland I attended a wonder-
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companion, Jacek Czerniaw-
ski, is a former disc jockey in
Poland. We got to talking
about music and I mentioned


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would send Dick greetings
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if Dick ever wants to do a
jazz concert in Krakow, I
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Exultate! update
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the following concert dates.
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EDITOR'S NOTE: Part two of a
two-part series. Part one ran
Oct. 14, 2007.

BY KIM COOL
FEATURES EDITOR

During my five days and
nights in Cancun, I enjoyed
three four-hour dinners in
gourmet restaurants, got
muddy climbing into a cenote
(sink-hole cave) to swim in an
underground river, rappelled
45 feet into a valley before
climbing out of the same val-
ley and up a tower to return to
the starting point on a zip-
line, took a high-speed cata-
maran to Isla Mujeres for a
day of sightseeing, lunched
on grilled fish caught mo-
ments before, walked the
Maya ruins at Tulum, spent
an afternoon at the subaquat-
ic paradise known as Xel-Ha,
drove miles and miles
through the countryside to a
Maya village with guides from
the Altoumative tour compa-
ny, enjoyed a chocolate treat-
ment at the hotel spa and
managed a tiny bit of shop-
ping time at a local Mexican
marketplace in Cancun.
Cancun is mere hours from
Venice by plane.
Rise and shine
To accomplish this list
of activities meant having
breakfast delivered to the
room at 5 or 6 am. on two
mornings and being at the
hotel's restaurant no later
than its opening time of 6:30
a.m. every other morning. I
had to be packed and ready to


that long.
Smelling a little like eau du
chocolate, I returned to my
room, changed into dressier
attire for dinner at the Ritz-
Carlton and was back in the
lobby for an 8 p.m. ride. Six of
us were ushered to one of the
hotel's new beachside dining
cabanas. We were seated at a
round glass-topped table that
was covered with a thin white
cloth and set with marine-
motif glass chargers. Hun-
dreds of twinkling lights
strung beneath the table top
added additional sparkle. Out
of sight was a spotlight that
played on the surf as it rolled
in less than 40 feet away.
Sea turtles
Concerned about the lights
along a beach that might be a
sea turtle destination, I
learned that Ritz-Carlton tur-
tle volunteers patrol the
beach regularly during the
May 1-Oct. 31 sea turtle sea-
son. When they discover a
nest, they immediately exca-
vate it, and move its contents
to a special area on the prop-
erty where the volunteers can
monitor the nests until hatch-
ing to make sure the young
turtles make it back into the
sea.
It is not what we do in
Venice but, on a beach that is
lined with hotels, thousands
of lights and much activity,
this may be the best solution
to the plight of the endan-
gered sea turtles along that
part of the Yucatan Peninsula.
Venice lighting ordinances
in effect during sea turtle sea-


20-30 years old. Nesting tur-
ties that instinctively return to
the area where they were
born, today find miles of
hotels where once there was
nothing but deserted beach.
Offering some protection
to sea turtles is the the Me-
soamerican Reef, the world's
second largest coral reef.
Stretching some 700 miles
south from the northern tip of
the Cancun Peninsula, the,
reef is home to more than 500
species of marine life, includ-
ing loggerhead, green and
Hawksbill turtles. The reef,
like the larger Great Barrier
Reef in Australia, is a major
dive destination and yet
another draw for tourists.
Tourists were scarce while I
was there, especially because
of the recent near-miss by
Hurricane Dean, yet there
were still plenty of snorkelers
and divers in evidence.
When the wind blows
During this time of year,
the Fiesta Americana's ability
to withstand a category five
hurricane was even more
comforting than the Fiesta
Americana's five-diamond
ranking by AAA. The hotel is a
certified shelter.
On a site tour, I was shown
the hotel's safe space its
convention/ballroom area. If
evacuation is ordered and
either not possible or if some
guests refuse to leave, the
hotel will care for its guests.
While no one will be allowed
to remain in the guest rooms,
they will be housed quite
comfortably in the conven-


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The AAA Five-Diamond all-suite Fiesta Americana Resort in Cancun has more than 600 feet of beach-
front property, several swimming pools, indoor and outdoor restaurants, a variety of watercraft for guest
use and world-class spa.


At the end of the Isla Mujeres is the site of an international sculpture
display honoring the Maya past and its gods.


go for the day, wearing shorts
and T-shirt and bringing my
swim suit, towel, camera,
extra batteries and sunscreen.
Each day we got back to
the hotel about an hour
before the scheduled dinner
hour, except for the night of
my 90-minute chocolate
treatment. It -was scheduled
for 6 p.m. I arrived at 6:01. I
left the spa at 7:40 p.m. with
instructions to not shower for
at least an hour as the final
oils and lotions would contin-
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son are designed to keep the
beaches dark at night when
nesting and hatching occur.
Lights cause the turtles to be
disoriented, especially the
young hatchlings, often caus-
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way on roads or in parking
lots. Coyotes pose another'
danger, both in Florida and
on the Yucatan Peninsula. .
That Cancun is just 37
years old presents another
challenge to sea turtles. The
giant creatures do not reach
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ding would be provided for
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When Hurricane Dean
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Film festivals
Film historian Jim Orville's
12th annual film festival con-
tinues in October with the
theme The Little Known
Bogart. Oct. 18 double-fea-
ture: see "The Return of
Doctor X" from 1939 and "San
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Multimedia lectures
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Author visit
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Children," noon-1 p.m., Fri-
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refreshments provided.
Adult computer classes
One-hour computer lab class-
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erence librarians. For a list of
classes and registration six
days before the day of the
class, stop by the reference
desk or call 861-1340. Pref-
erence will be given to patrons
who have never taken the class.
Plant help
Bring your gardening ques-
tions to Venice Public Library
9:30 a.m.-noon, Thursdays. Ex-


perts from the Sarasota County
Extension Service helps with
horticultural problems.
Youth activities
* Dial-A-Story: Dial 486-2330
and enjoy a two-minute fairy
tale for ages 5-10. The story is
changed every two days.
* Preschool storytime: Tues-
days, 10-10:30 a.m. for 3- to 5-
year-olds. Oct. 23: Special:
Venice Fire Department with
a truck and film; Oct. 30:
Halloween Party wear a
costume.
* Tot Time: Wednesdays, 9:30-
10:30 a.m. for ages birth to 3
years old.
* After-school fun: Wednes-
days, 3:45-4:15 p.m. Ages 4-9
are invited for stories, guests
and crafts. No registration
required.
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p.m., Saturday, Oct. 20: De-
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was driven home by the hur-
ricanes of 2004 and 2005,"
said chapter executive direc-
tor, Kevin Lindberg.
Representatives from local
government, law enforce-
ment, fire departments, bUsi-
ness and foundations joined
chapter staff and volunteers
in the celebration.


Joining in the American Red Cross celebration of the completion of its building hardening were: (from
left) American Red Cross response director Inaki Rezola, Sarasota County emergency management chief
Ed McCrane, board chair Kelli Ellis, Terry Pennekamp, chapter board member Bob Melum, Sarasota
County Chief Deputy Larry Dunklee, Sarasota County Commissioner Nora Patterson, Sarasota Mayor
Lou Ann Palmer, De Soto County emergency management chief Cathy Furr and Beth Harrison with Gulf
Coast Community Foundation of Venice.


Nearly 200 people attend-
ed an open house and ribbon
cutting recently to celebrate
the completion of a $1.2 mil-
lion hurricane hardening
project designed to protect
the chapter's headquarters
during a tropical storm or
hurricane. About 75 percent


of the-funds for the project
have been raised through
local contributions,
The three building com-
plex on Cantu Court in
Sarasota, which serves as
headquarters for the agency,
was built in the late 1980's
when codes were much less


stringent. Given the agency's
mission of helping people in
Sarasota and De Soto coun-
ties to prevent, prepare for
and respond to emergencies,
it was clear that the upgrade
was needed. "The impor-
tance of assuring the safety of
our human and material


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CROSS REMINDS
RESIDENTS THAT
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SEASON LASTS
UNTIL NOV. 30 -



The American Red Gross
reminds residents that hurri-
cane season lasts until Nov.
30 and it is important to stay
prepared and to be ready if
necessary to weather the
period immediately after a
storm when food, water and
power supplies will be at their
lowest levels.


The Sarasota Ballet celebrates A

Love Affair Gala on opening night


FROM THE SARASOTA
BALLET

This year's Sarasota Ballet
Opening Night festivities
Friday, Nov. 30, include A
Love Affair Gala to welcome
new artistic director lain
Webb and celebrate the start
of a new era for the company.
Guests are invited to begin
their evening with cocktails
ion thebayfrox~tterrace.atYan
Wezel Performing Arts Hall
and continue with outdoor
dining and music at sunset fol-
lowed by the Sarasota Ballet's
premiere performance of
George Balanchine's Allegro
Brillante and Sir Frederick
Ashton's The Two Pigeons.
After the performance, local
guests and special out-of-
town guests from the interna-


tional ballet world, as well as
the 32 members of the com-
pany will return to a trans-
formed Grand Foyer for a
high-energy afterparty with a
DJ and dancing.
Honorary chair and
cofounder of the Sarasota
Ballet, JeanWeidner, alongwith
cochairs EmilyWalsh Parry and
Lisa Walsh and their commit-
tee are working to make this an
,,eventlike,none other. "We are
creating a layered experience,"
said Emily Walsh-Parry, "more
of an extravaganza than the
typical opening night gala."
Proceeds from the event will
support the Sarasota Ballet
and all of its performances
and educational programs.
"Sarasota is privileged to
have its own ballet company
and we must encourage its


success," said Weidner, who
founded the Sarasota Ballet
Series in 1987 which eventu-
ally grew into a full-fledged
company. Lisa Walsh and her
daughter, Emily Walsh-Parry
have long-standing ties to the
Sarasota Ballet. Emily and her
sister Kate trained in the
Sarasota Ballet School and
danced with the professional
company. Kate Walsh-Honea
still dances with the prppagyn
and can be seen on stage in
the opening night perfor-
mances.
Individual tickets for A
Love Affair Gala start at $250
and an afterparty-only ticket
can be purchased for $75. For
more information about the
A Love Affair Gala, call Dawn
Honeycutt at 359-0099 ext.
110.


Florida Agriculture Literacy Day


Florida Agriculture. Literacy
Day, sponsored by Florida
Agriculture in the Classroom
Inc., will be held Thursday,
April 10, 2008, and hundreds
of Florida agriculture indus-
try volunteers are invited to
read a special children's book
developed in honor of next
year's event.
"These Florida Farms" is a
children's book developed by
the Florida Department of
Agriculture and Consumer
Services to celebrate Florida
Ag Literacy Day's fifth
anniversary. Gary Seamans


and Mike Wright, of the
department's Division of
Marketing and Development,
wrote and illustrated, respec-
tively, the rhyming book that
chronicles the adventures of
two students who follow a
safari guide from a grocery
store to farms around the
state to learn about the differ-
ent commodities produced in
Florida.
"Writing a children's book
with Florida commodities see-
med a fitting way to celebrate
the anniversary of Florida
Agriculture Literacy Day."


said Cara Martin, chair of
Florida Ag in the Classroom
and assistant director of gov-
ernment and community aff-
airs for Florida Farm Bureau.
Registration for Florida
Agriculture Literacy Day will
begin in early 2008, and
online registration will be
available on Florida Ag in the
Classroom's Web site,
agtag.org, for the first time.
Books, lessons and packets
for teachers and bookmarks
and other goodies for stu-
dents will be sent out begin-
ning in February .


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Saturday, December 1, 2007

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P.O. Box 1165, Venice, FL 34284-1165
OR APPLY ONLINE AT
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All entrants will receive a commemorative Plaque
and Two Tickets to the Awards Reception!
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Owner's Statement
I hereby agree that my participation in the Annual Venice Christmas Boat Parade of Lights is voluntary and at my own risk. I further
agree to indemnify and hold fully harmless Venice Christmas Boat Parade, Inc., local, state, and federal government agencies,
including their directors, officers, employees and agents, from any personal injury or property damage which I, my vessel, or my
passengers may cause in any way, or which may be occasioned by me or those on my vessel as a result of my participating in the
subject Annual Christmas Boat Parade of Lights. I certify that I have a current policy providing hull, liability, property damage, and
personal Injury Insurance on the boat I have entered on this application and that I have an operative VHF radio on board. I under-
stand that the boat owner or skipper MUST attend the "Skipper's Meeting" scheduled to begin at 7:00 PM on Wednesday,
November 28th, at the Venice City Hall Council Chambers. Attendance at the "Skipper's Meeting" is mandatory and cannot be
waived. I agree to comply with all Venice Christmas Boat Parade rules and U.S. Coast Guard Safety Standards in the operation and
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2008 Pet Calendar now available


11B
SUNDAY
OCT. 21, 2007


The stroke of Midnight


FROM SUNCOAST
HUMANE SOCIETY

Suncoast Humane Soci-
ety's annual pet calendar is
now available for purchase.
The 14-month wall calen-
dar is $5 plus tax, and features
more than 275 full-color pho-
tos of animals submitted by
local pet owners.
Each year, Suncoast Hu-
mane Society holds a photo
contest, encouraging every-
one in the community to sub-
mit pictures of their pets to be
included in the pet calendar.
An independent panel judges
the entries, and the winning
photos are featured promi-
nently as ,Pets of the Month.
All acceptable photo entries
are guaranteed to be included


GRAPHIC COURTESY OF SUNCOAST HUMANE SOCIETY
Get your Pawtrait of a Best Friend calendar at Suncoast Humane
Society's cat adoption and sale event, 10 a.m.-2 p.m., Saturday, Oct.
27, at 668 South Tamiami Trail in the Rialto Plaza.


in the calendar.
In addition to the delight-
ful pet photos, this year's cal-
endar also features touching
and humorous animal-relat-
ed quotes, as well as informa-
tion and facts about Suncoast
Humane Society and its pro- 4
grams and services.
The annual pet calendar is
informative and fun, and
makes a wonderful holiday
gift for animal lovers. Ca-
lendars can be purchased at
the Suncoast Humane So-
ciety Animal Care Center,
6781 San Casa Drive in Engle- PHOTO COURTESY OF ST. FRANCIS ANIMAL RES
wood, at the SHS Thrift Store Midnight is a wonderful, friendly 4-year-old male. He likes to
in the Rialto Shopping Center hide, but when you get one on one with him, he loves to be pe
in Venice, and online at ted and rubs all over you. St. Francis is located at 1925 South
humane.org Tamiami Trail. Hours are Monday through Thursday, 1-5 p.m., a
For more information, call Saturday, 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Call 492-6200 or visit stfrancisarfl.org
474-7884.

Mastering the dog bite basics


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The good news: There are no bad breeds of
dog.
The bad news: Even the best dog can bite.
It's estimated by the American Veterinary
Medical Association that some 4.7 million
Americans are bitten every year and most
of them are children.
The better news: There are steps you can
take to nip this problem in the bud as far as
your family is concerned.
* According to the Humane Society, it can
help to spay or neuter your dog.
* You also have to socialize your dog so he or
she is comfortable with many different types
of people and situations. Make sure everyone
in the house understands training techniques
and is part of the training process. Teach your
dog the right way to behave. Don't teach him
or her to chase or attack others, even in fun.
Your dog can't always understand the differ-
ence between play and real life situations,
* Watch how your dog behaves with other
animals. Aggression there may lead to prob-
lems with people. You may want to get profes-
sional help.- .. -......
* Take the dog to veterinarian regularly.
Dogs who are not feeling well or plagued by


pests and parasites may be more inclined to
bite. Don't let your dog roam alone or spend a
lot of time alone in the yard. Try not to surprise
your dog. Fear or overexcitement may lead to
biting.
* Let your dog eat in peace. Dogs can get
defensive at the food dish. They can feel that
way about their own special toys, too. Don't
disturb any dog caring for puppies.
* Be careful when playing with a dog. Dogs
may get too enthusiastic during wrestling
matches or tug-of-war games.
* Respect a dog's space. Dogs tend to defend
their territories.
* Learn to interpret your dog's moods and
look for signs of aggression such as barking,
growling, showing teeth, ears laid back, stiff
legs or hair standing up on his or her back.
* Never leave a baby or small child alone with
a dog and teach young children not to ap-
proach strange dogs without asking the
* owner's permission.
* If you are threatened by a dog, remain
calm. Don't scream. If you say anything, speak
calmly and firmly. Avoid eye contact. Try to
stay still until the dog leaves or back away
. slowly-untilhe dogis -out of sight. Don'~ttua
and runi. np eso
Visit growingupwithpets.com.


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perhaps the most mag-
nificent horns I've ever
been able to photo-
graph on a sheep are the
light yellow horns on the
male Dall's sheep. They are
massive, and they have well-


defined growth rings. Yes,
growth rings, similar to those
in a tree trunk. The horns
flare out, away from the
ram's head. They can curl to
a length of four feet.
By contrast, a ewe's
(female's) slender, spiky
horns might only be
between a foot to 15 inches
long. Though, normally
white, in some areas Dall's
sheep can be charcoal gray
to black to gray-brown.
They're then called "stone
sheep."
Alaska, and the Yukon and
Northwest Territories of
Canada are home to Dall's
sheep. The southern-most
part of their habitat includes
a bit of British Columbia,
too.


There are only two species of
sheep native to North Ame-
rica. Dall's rams are 4-1/2 to
5 feet in length, stand about
3 feet (or a little more) at the
shoulder, and generally
weigh nearly 200 pounds.
The better-known brown
bighorn rams are somewhat
larger: 5-1/2 to 6 feet long,
weighing up to 316 pounds.
The Dall's sheep also
appear to be more wary of
predators than are the
bighorns. Their predators
include wolves, first and
foremost, as well as lynx,
wolverines, cougars and
bears. Golden eagles have
been seen taking a Dall's
lamb. To avoid predators,
these sheep browse above
the timberline in mountain-


ous areas, which helps deny
predators the cover of forest-
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about 10 days of age.
In the spring, the rams
often break away into a
group, leaving ewes, lambs
and yearlings in a separate
group. The oldest generally is
the group's leader. In late
,Fall, the rams begin to vie
with each other for the cre-
ation of a harem and mating


rights.
In these contests, rams
will walk apart 15 to 20
yards, rear up on their hind
legs, then drop down on all
fours, head lowered, and
charge toward each other.
The head butt creates a
resounding crash, which can
be heard a mile or more dis-"-
tant. Though the competi-
tors can be dazed by these
blows, generally the compe-
titions end up with a lot of
pushing and shoving.
Seldom is there any real
injury though I can't
account for the level of
headaches created. Usually,
the bigger (heavier) ram
.wins.
By the way, sometimes
there is confusion between


Dall's sheep and the moun-
tain goat. Both arewhite, but
the sheep lacks the goat's
beard. Sheep horns are also
massive when compared
with those on a goat, and
sheep horns curl around the
sides of the head. Goat
horns, which grow upward
and curve back, in contrast
are almost dagger-like.
Once you've seen the two
species, you'll never confuse
them again. Because of their
choice of remote habitat, the
population of Dall's sheep
seems to be holding con-
stant.

See Larry Allan's award-
winning photography at
preserveourwildlife. org.


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DARU I ru ruUL. numE on ciy water. features Baps, ceramic sie, an appliances, granite counters, spacious lanai, rLn InrI
screened front porch & 2-car garage. $255,000. North Port Office, 423-3300 or 276-4199. #670680 cathedral i
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UNIQUE COURTYARD HOME at.Venice Golf & Country ROTONDA WEST. Former model home on an oversized PLANTATION GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB. Unbelievable OVERBROOK GARDENS. lhis 3-4R home boasts a
Club. Built in 2003 with3BRs, 3,000 sq. ft., 2 gas fireplaces, corner lot with mature landscaping for privacy. Very open golf course views provide a sense of tropical paradise. remodeled kitchen with maple wood cabinets, a new
12' ceilings, built-ins & 3-car garage. Golf membership floor plan with cathedral ceilings & skylights. Custom built Feel the warmth of stunning sunrises from the lanai of roof,all new hurricane windows, & new carpet & tile
available.$675,000.PlantationOffice, 493-2500.#559865 pool. $349,500. Englewood Office, 473-7750. 559371 this ideally cated2 condominium. $299,000. throughout Boat ramp community. $25,000.
available.$675,000.Plantation Office, 4- # Plantation Office, 493-2500 or 232-5965.#559556 Englewood Office, 473-7750 or 855-1142: #563468


VENtHIA. Perfect laKeITont condominium witn JBs, Uii IRt iTUIit. Locateo ona ovelystreer in aconven-
one-car detached garage, 2 pools & many upgrades. lent location, this home boasts a fenced backyard with fruit
Enjoy the best lIke view, $234,900. North Port Office, trees. $163,500. Englewood Office, 473-7750. #562000
423-3300. #68340


HISTORIC EAGLE POINT. This Key West-style home is a
standout, with 142' of direct bayffont, private dockagefor
2 sizable boats & 180-degree water views from almost
every room. A Christie's Great Estates listing. $2,799,000.
Helen Moore, 485-5421 or 724-2030. #538069
EAGLE POINT CLUB. Enjoy the convenience of docking
your boat at your own deeded dock on Roberts Bay. A
boater's-paradise with boat-lift, deepwater & no bridges
to the Gulf. $1,195,000. Elizabeth Phillips, 966-8000 or
223-3344.#363791. ,
THE RESERVE AT PLANTATION GOLF & COUNTRY
CLUB. This beautiful home has panoramic golf course
views, an expansive pool & lanai area, & summer
kitchen. Interior features crown molding, tile, fireplace &
many upgrades. $699,980. Cindy Dillander, 493-2500 or
716-3203. #555053
FULL GULF & BEACH VIEWS from the living room & mas-
ter bedroom in this 3BR, 2-car garage unit with an open
plan & tile throughout. Enjoy some of the most beautiful
sunsets in the world. $699,000. Roxanne Thomson,
485-5421 or 441-5211. #532395
GOLDEN BEACH ON VENICE ISLAND. Luxuriously
remodeled home with the finest .quality materials &
workmanship. All new hurricane windows, new plumb-
ing, gourmet kitchen & more. $628,900. Greg Novak,
485-5421 or 266-0621. #554152
VENICE BEACH is just a block away from this 3BR home
with vaulted ceilings, clerestory windows, fireplace, 31'lanai
& extra storage area. Spacious lot allows room to expand.
$425,000. Laura Kovac, 485-5421 or 587-4080. #554060
BEAUTIFUL FULL LAKE VIEW from this brand new
upgraded villa. Features 2BRs plus den with closets & pocket
doors. Priced below new construction. Located in popular
Plantation Golf & Country Club. $395,000. Paul Macleod,
493-2500 or 544-6932. #505206
SPACIOUS LIVING in this 3BR split plan open great room
home. The kitchen boasts ample workspace & storage,
which opens to dining area, plus a formal dining room.
Large lanai with lake view. $369,900. Joan McMahon &
MarySamples,306-9353&485-5421 or416-1591.#558295
BEAUTIFUL LAKEFRONT Stoneybrook Estate home built in
2006. Features 4BRs, gourmet kitchen, stainless appliances
& 3-car garage. Wonderful community center with pool,
tennis & clubhouse. $369,000. Bambi Utton, 493-2500 or
228-4881. #558014
PLANTATION GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB. Enjoy expan-
sive & beautiful natural environment views off the lanai
from this brand new home..$352,000. Paul Macleod,
493-2500 or 544-6932. #499913
VENICE GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB. Elegant 3BR home
with heated pool in a socially active, maintenance-free
neighborhood. Bright, open, spacious floor plan opens to
lanal overlooking heated pool. $338,000. Susan Brooker,
493-2500 or 223-6055. #546643
GREAT CENTRAL VENICE LOCATION. Charming, new,
maintenance-free 3BR home on a premium long view
lake lot. Many extras. $315,000. Tony Huff, 485-5421 or
685-8544. #554261
AUBURN WOODS. Beautifully decorated, maintenance-
free villa with water & preserve views, Corian counters &
raised panel wood cabinets. Community offers club-
house & pool. $309,900. Nelson RItner, 485-5421 or 234-


LUXURY DETACHED VILLA. Light, bright & spacious in
a 55+ community. This 2006-built 2BR split plan boasts
a den/office, great room, gourmet eat-in kitchen,
Corian counters & tiled entry. $295,000. Karen Burket,
485-5421 or 735-7036. #559270
EASY EVERYDAY LMNG in this nearly new home located'
in South Venice on 3 full lots. Exceptional curb appeal &
many premium features set this residence apart.
$294,900. Rob Brooker,493-2500 or445-0861. #552883
PRIVATE TREED LOCATION with ratiural pond large,'"
iBRk ime wth pool communiy launrIh ramp t&
ferrv boat 10 beach 5260,000 Iony Hun 485. 421I
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PERFECTION & LOCATION. Custom built in 2002, this
3BR is set on a beautifully treed, large comer lot with
room for a pool. Only minutes to beaches. $259,750.
Jackie Kennedy, 485-5421 or 266-4074. #527859
VENIC. Only one block to the Intracoastal & Shamrock
Park, this 4BR home is set on 3 lots amid magnificent
oaks & tropical landscaping. A perfect hideaway for the
nature lover. $259,000. Susan Gilmore, 473-7750 or
223-0832. #556606
BLACKBURN RIDGE. Preserve lot in a gated community
on the shores of Little Sarasota Bay. Ready to build
on. $235,000. Karen Cash Greco or Barbara Corbett,
966-8000 or 504-6927. #362821
LAKEFRONT IN CHESTNUT CREEK. Maintenance-free
3BR split plan home with 10' ceilings, glass-enclosed
lanai & 2-car age. Close to clubhouse, heated
pool & tennis. $224,900. Laura Kovac, 485-5421 or
87"4080.#559346
HERON SHORES. Fully furnished 2BR residence with
new appliances, new a/c, open floor plan & 2-car
grage.Veryprivate setting. $218,999. Paul Macleod,
3- 500or 544-6932.#563696
VILLAGE OAKS. Exciting 2BR end unit villa profession-
ally designed. Fresh, sophisticated look with sunny
eat-in kitchen, vaulted ceilings, open floor plan & 2-
car garage. $199,900. Dianne Corcoran, 473-7750 or
266-1426. #561277
FABULOUS LAKEFRONT and fountain view from this
2nd floor, 3BR end unit. Bright, open floor plan with
vaulted ceilings, tile in main living area & Corian
counters. $199,000. Kim Montgomery, 485-5421 or
232-9082. #558697
PLANTATION GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB. This move-in
ready, turnkey furnished condominium boasts sweeping
lake & golf course views, & recent updates. $179,000.
Debl Be nke,493-2500 or223-0184. 555533
SWEEPING LAKE VIEWS make this oversized, turnkey
furnished condominium special. Located directly across
from pool & clubhouse in Plantation Golf& Country Club.
$179,000. Debi Behnke, 493-2500 or 223-0184. #555578

PRIVATE GULF-FRONT HOME on Manasota Key.
Nestled among tropical vegetation fronting the Gulf of
Mexico, this comfortable open plan home offers plenty of
room to relax & enjoy the beach. $1,950,000. Pam Neer,
473-7750 or 830-0999. #562008
EXCEPTIONAL ENGLEWOOD LOCATION.
Across from Stump Pass & just minutes to the
Gulf, this newly updated pool home offers
116' seawall, large fishing pier, boat dock &
10,000lb. lift. $995,000. Jim & Darlene Beck,
473-7750 or 223-9073. #561473


NOKOMIS '
NOKOMIS. 530 LYONS BAY RD. $2,195,000.HELENPAPE. 223-1457.536139
MISSION VALLEY. 881 PINTO CIR. $599,000. LAURA KOVAC. 587-4080.537193
VENICE
ST. ANDREWS PARK. 902 ADDINGTON 204. $259,900. BAMBI UTTON. 2284881.562640
PLANTATION GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB. 900 ADDINGTON 203. $224,900. KATIE MALLOY. 468-2483.560416
PLANTATION GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB. 875 TARTAN DR 103. $224,900. CINDY DILLANDER. 716-3203.552475
VILLA D'ESTE. 104 CAPRI ISLES 301. $169,900. BEVERLY WELTZIEN. 223-0612.559594-SATURDAY 1-4PM
VENICE ISLAND. 147 E TAMPA AVE 303. $649,000. SHERREY WELCH. 223-6318.540781


PLACIDA POINTE. This gracious home features tra-
ditional Island flavor, complete with an outstanding
custom kitchen, separate guest quarters, summer
kitchen & a pool. $889,000.Toby Delbridge, 473-7750 or
320-6360. #532658
KEY WEST-STYLE sailboat home built with
beauty & ability to withstand sustained 199-mph
winds. $725,000. Veronica Anderson, 473-7750 or
628-3964. #545919
HAMMOCKS CAPE HAZE. This fantastic, newly
completed unit features 3BRs, granite counters,
crown molding & additional upgrades. Community
offers fitness center, pool, tennis & more. $498,500.
Toby Delbridge, 473-7750 or 320-6360. #560875
OYSTER CREEK. Golf & country club living at its best in
this 2002 custom-built home with 48Rs overlooking
lake & golf course. Gated community with golf, tennis,
*pool/spa & fitness center. $469,900. Karen Williamson,
473-7750or941-286-5411. #555100


FOR SALE COMMERCIAL LAND, PAD READY. 5+/-
acres with.600 +/- sffrontage on Toledo Blade Blvd
(major artery from 1-75 to US-41). Off-sitewater
retention. Zoned PCD for multiple commercial uses. In
path of majordevelopments. $3,485,000. Paul Schouten,
661-9439. #552540
FOR SALE PAD-READYCOMMERCIAL LAND. 4+/-
acres with 300 +/- sf frontage on US5-41. High profile
location alighted intersection. In path of major
development. CG zoning ideal for retail strip center, bank site,
gas station. $3,175,000. Paul Schouten, 661-9439.8#554082
FOR SALE OFFICE/WAREHOUSE BUILDING. 40K+
sf, zoned ILW. Offices, loading dock, 24' +/- height, 3-
phase capability, fire sprinklers, vaults with Haylon fire
system, zoned climate control. Great for manufacturing,
distribution & storage. $4,300,000. Tom Farr, 587-0725 or
Ingrid Blokzijl, 416-6294.#351509


ROTONDA WEST. Built in 2002, this 4BR pool home is
set on a magnificent 32,000-sq-ft. lot beautifully land-
scaped with over 40 fruit trees. Offers a 4-car garage & 9-
zone Irrigation system. $419,900. Jim & Darlene Beck,
*473-7750 br 223-9073. #552566
LOCATED ON CORAL CREEK, among giant oaks, this
2BR home offers privacy, seclusion & access to the
Intracoastal. Great room design with wood-burning fire-
place & enclosed Florida room. $394,999. Jeanne Corbin,
473-7750 or 468-4743. #532656
ENGLEWOOD ISLES. Stunning, oversized corner lot
with views of beautiful Eden Lake. Spacious split plan
in this beautifully maintained pool home. $274,900.
Susan Gilmore, 473-7750 or 223-0832. #554484
3BR HOME Brand new custom built with granite
countertops, wood cabinets with plenty of'room
for a pool. Also offers spacious garage. Great
location. $249,900. Paul O'Brien, 473-7750 or
468-7157. #562792

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CITY PLACE AT PINEAPPLE SQUARE
Downtown Sarasota, 13-story condominium com-
munity atop upscale retail. 1-3 bdrm/den. Deep bal-
conies. Fitness, pool, spa, gathering clubroom, poolside
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ENGLEWOOD. New 3BR home with spacious great
room, split plan, pretty kitchen with abundant counter
space, large lanai :& private backyard. Close to shop-
ping 8& beach. $239,000. Sharon Andres, 473-7750 or
468-9897. #556405
ROTONDA WEST. Furnished freshwater canal home with
2BRs, all ceramic tile floors, heated pool & 2-car garage.
Immaculate condition. $189,000. John & Margo Grimshaw,
473-7750 or457-2612. #561250
ENGLEWOOD EAST. Oualiiy bull 2BR pool home ;n
a very private setting with no neighbors to back or
one side. Spacious master suite & wooded views.
$159,000. John & Margo Grimshaw, 473-7750 or
457-2612. #562256
ROTONDA LAKES. Pristine waterfront property on
beautiful lake with a great water view. Rotonda Lakes
area is perfect for your dream home. Close to beaches,
restaurants & shopping. $120,000. Jim & Darlene Beck,
473-7750 or 223-9073. #561322
EXPANSIVE PARCEL FOR BUILDING. Rotonda Sands lot,
Zoned CG, oversized 100x220. Conveniently located just
off RT-771, near Boca Grande. $119,900. Sharon Andres,
473-7750 or 468-9897. #562907
ROTONDA WEST. One of a few golf course lots left on
beautiful Oakland Hills Golf Course. Build your dream
home in this pristine area close to beaches, shopping &
boating, $110,000. Jim & Darlene Beck, 473-7750 or
223-9073. #561425
HAMMOCKS CAPE HAZE. This beautiful, spacious
3BR condominium boasts granite counters, crown
molding & a preserve view. Enjoy wonderful ameni-
ties. $109,900. John & Margo Grimshaw, 473-7750 or
t57-2612. 5n0943
FISH FROM YOUR BACKYARD or golf on one of the
5 courses in your neighborhood from this water-
front lot in the desirable Long Meadow area of
Rotonda West. $49,900. Toby Delbrldge, 473-7750
or 320-6360. #537349
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PUNTA GORDA ISLES. This 2006 Mediterranean-style
home offers 5BRs, custom mahogany double door entry,
marble flooring, designer kitchen, pool/spa, boat lift, 2
docks & 3-car garage. $2,500,000. Karen Williamson,
473-7750 or 941-286-5411. #562512
PORT CHARLOTTE. Large waterfront home with an
attached, fully furnished 28R guesthouse. Features a
heated pool & spa, boat lift, jet ski lift, boat ramp, 64'
Terex dock & 9-hole putting green. $1,890,000.
Elizabeth Burr, 473-7750 or 855-1142. #524582
SPECTACULAR SAILBOAT HOME. This residence was
completely remodeled with new addition on 2nd floor.
Crafted to the highest standards with 4BRs, 2 kitchens &
3-car garage. $799,900. Karen Williamson, 473-7750 or
941-286-5411. #562793
PORT CHARLOTTE LOTS. Three lots on US-41 with
approximately 114' frontage. Great location near
shopping. $790,000. Sharon Andres, 473-7750 or
468-9897. #562863
PORT CHARLOTTE Exquisitely crafted to the highest stan-
dards, this home offers 3BRs, over 2,470 sq. ft. of giving area,
pool/spa, boat dock & lift. $499,900. Karen Williamson,
473-7750 or 941-286-5411. #562706


3BR WATERFRONT HOME with volume ceilings, cus-
tom kitchen, open floor plan, pool/spa, lift & dock. Over
2,470 sq.ft of living area. $449,900. Karen Williamson,
473-7750 or 941-286-5411. #562646
HERON CREEK. Beautiful 2003 pool home located
on a cul-de-sac. Private & serene with natural habi-
tat view, large kitchen, maple cabinets, great room
& nook. $339,000. Tammy Vaughn, 423-3300 or
628-6768. #672519
DEEP SAILBOAT WATER. This cleared Port Charlotte lot
offers'views of wide canal &'preserve'afet.-$299,900,','.
Karen Williamson, 473-7750 or 941-286-5411. #562794
GULF COVE. Incredible unobstructed views of the
Myakka River & boat basin. New homes being built
in this paradise with deepwater access to river &
harbor. $289,000. Jim & Darlene Beck, 473-7750 or
223-9073. #561426
BOBCAT TRAIL. Spectacular golf course community
home features 3BRs, solid surface counters .in
kitchen, deco lighting, ceramic tile, barrel tile roof &
preserve view. $284,900. Tammy Vaughn, 423-3300
or 628-6768. #676868
SOUTH GULF COVE. Built in 2007, this large 2-story,
4BR, 3-car garage home boasts a screened porch, open
lanai & hurricane shutters. $250,000. Veronica Anderson,
473-7750 or 628-3964. #563258
GARDENS OF GULF COVE. Delightful 2004 48R home
with formal living room, dining room & large covered
porch. Situated on a fenced pie-shaped lot in a desir-
able community. $244,900. Susan Gilmore, 473-7750 or
223-0832.#561873
GULF COVE. Situated on a beautifully landscaped,
oversized corner lot, this extensively remodeled
2BR home is absolutely impeccable & meticulously
kept. Quality craftsmanship throughout. Close to
boat ramp. $199,990. Beverly Katchen, 473-7750 or
408-5280: #561813
NORTH PORT CHAMBERLAIN. Beautiful 2006-
built home with a spacious, open floor plan in a very
nice neighborhood. Conveniently located by shop-
ping & 1-75. $199,900. Don Mullan, 423-3300 or
445-2072. #677710
PRIME LOCATION. This 3 parcel, 1+ acre lot will
accommodate 10 units of multi-family living or 3 indi-
vidual single-family homes. Close to DS-41. $170,000.
Beverly Weltzien, 485-5421 or 223-0612. #558870
PORT CHARLOTTE. Located on a lovely street in a
convenient location, this home boasts a fenced
backyard with fruit trees. $163,500. Janice Williams,
473-7750. #562000
FANTASTIC POOL HOME with 2 master suites with walk-
in cldosets, cathedral ceilings, split plan & more. $135,900.
TammyVaughn, 423-3300 or 628-6768. #677944
GULF COVE. Cleared lot minutes from boat ramp in the
community of Gulf Cove. $25,000. Beverly Katchen,
473-7750 or 408-5280. #561820
NICE OVERSIZED CORNER BUILDING LOT priced
below assessed value. Near to all the amenities of Port
Charlotte & North Port. $24,900. Don Mullan, 423-3300
or 445-2072. #677769
CHAMBERLAIN. One of 2 contiguous lots In an area of
newer homes. Great neighborhood convenient to 1-75.
$19,900. Donna Poser, 423-3300 or 276-4199. #677108


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INVITATION TO BID

il-LE GAL Maintenance yard in PG.
Disconnect all plumbing
S' connections to modular
OTICES buildings, Kitchen Equip- I
ment and any other equip-
ment found..
Disconnect all electrical,
voice data, security, CCTV
INVITATION TO BID systems to modular build-
ings. Disconnect and .
SUBCONTRACTOR & remove all electrical to
SUPPLIER Exterior signs and kitchen
INVITATION FOR BIDS equipment. Remove con-
TO CONSTRUCTION duit and wire back to MDP
MANAGER AT RISK (MDP to remain). Remove
Demolition of Neil Arm- distribution Panels, Phone
strong Modular Ele- Switch, Phones, Fire
mentary School Alarm Panel, IDF in Admin-
Foote Avenue istration room # 06-601A,
Port Charlotte, Florida Exterior mounted wall light
Subcontractor bids are packs ( cover holes ) and
solicited by Owen-Ames- deliver to CCPS mainte-
Kimball Company as Con- nance yard in PG.
struction Manager for Remove all underground
Demolition of Neil Arm- electrical conduit and
strong Modular Elemen- wire.
tary School, Foote Ave., Work not to be includ-
Port Charlotte, Florida. ed in scope
Bids will be received at the Removal of Modulate trail-
office of Owen-Ames- ers including, anchors, tie
Kimball Company, downs, temporary trans-
1877 Manzana Ave., port covers.
Punta Gorda, Florida, Drawings and specifica-
Ph 941-575-1574, Fx: tions will be available
941-575-1967 not later October 22, 2007 and
than 2:00 p.m. on may be examined at:
November 8, 2007. Dodge Plan Room, Fort
Work to be Included in Myers, Charlotte/Desoto
scope BIA and the offices of
* Remove all improve- Owen-Ames-Kimball Com-
ments on site constructed pany ( Naples, Ft Myers,
for the Neil Armstrong Cape Coral & Punta
Modular Elementary Gorda). Bid documents
School and return site to may be checked out
prior condition which was overnight by contacting
an open grassed play Phil Yonge at the office of
field. Owen-Ames-Kimball Com-
* Remove all elevated pany ( Punta Gorda ) at
walkwalkways, ramps and 941-575-1574.
handrails. -Elevated walk- A pre bid conference and
ways are to be cut into 20' site examination will be
sections, along with held at Neil Armstrong
ramps, canopies, rails modular Elementary
and transported to CCPS School, Foote Avenue,
Maintenance yard in Punta Port Charlotte Florida on
Gorda. Provide alternate November 1, 2007 at
price to remove and 2:00 PM. Bidders' atten-
legally dispose of all dance is not mandato-
elevated walkways, ry. We request that atten-
ramps, steps and dees register their intent
handrails. to attend the pre-bid con-
* Remove- all sub base, ference with Phil Yonge at
compacted shell base and 941-575-1574 a minimum
washed shell parking lots, of 3 working days in
drives and fire lane. advance of the confer-.
* Remove all Precast con- ence.
create carCstops and deliv- Bidders may use 'their
er to CCPS Maintenance standard form of proposal
Yard in PG. and must be in accor-
* Remove all traffic sig- dance with the Bid docu-
nage and deliver to CCPS ments. Owen-Ames-Kim-
Maintenance Yard in PG. ball terms and conditions
* Remove all sanitary of the purchase order will'
sewer piping ( above be the governing docu-
ground and below ment regardless of any
ground). Cap service at statements to the contrary
property line, provide noted in the bidders' form
marker pipe. of proposal.
Remove all water piping Bidders may deliver their
( above groundand below proposals to the Construc-
ground). -Cap service at tion Manager via FAX,
customer side of back express mail, regular mail
flow presenter, or in person ahead of the
Remove all mulch, stated time for closing of
Grade site level, free of the bids. The bids will be
ponding, sloped to drain, opened and reviewed in
Install new sod over private.
entire Modular Campus. The Construction Manager
Remove culverts and reserves the right to reject
restore swale at Foote any and all bids.
Ave. Re-sod disturbed Please Respond:
areas. Co.. We
Remove existing internal Will / Will Not Be Bid-
chain link fencing except ding This Project
leave in place 10' Tennis Publish: October 20, 21,
courts fencing. 27, 28, November 3, 4,
Perimeter chain link 2007
fencing to remain except 102791 1966558
at: fence between PCMS .
and NA Modular School. NOTICE OF ACTING
Existing double roll gates NOTICE OF ACTION
on Foote Ave. to remain. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
Remove all concrete THE 20th JUDICIAL CIR-
work including: elevated CUIT IN AND FOR CHAR-
walkway footings, con- LOTTE COUNTY, FLORIDA
create filled bollards, 4" CIVIL DIVISION
shade shelter slab, side- CASE NO. 06-000912CA
walks, stoops, flagpole JUDGE: Pellecchia, Donald
foundation, covered walk- Royal West Properties,
way sidewalk and foot- Inc., a Florida corporation,
ings, dumpster slab, new Plaintiff
sidewalk at service drive, vs.
NA sign footing, electrical Stella Lopez-Delgado,
equipment slabs. Defendants.
Remove skirting and NOTICE OF ACTION
sub framing at modular TO: Stella Lopez-Delgado,
buildings. YOUR ARE NOTIFIED that
Remove flagpole and an action to foreclose a
deliver to CCPS Mainte- mortgage in rem on real
nance yard in PG property located in Char-
All Toilet accessories to lotte County, Florida, more
remain with Modular Build- particularly described as:
wings. Lot 3, Block 889, Port
Remove all Fire Extin- Charlotte Section 19,
guishers and deliver to according to the Plat
CCPS Maintenance yard in thereof, as recorded in
PG. Plat Book 5, at Page 9, of
Remove all Projection the Public Records of
Screens at each class- Charlotte County, Florida.
room and deliver to CCPS Parcel Identification Num-
Maintenance yard in PG. ber: 0020066-000000-9
Remove Neil Armstrong has been filed against you
sign and deliver to CCPS in the Circuit Court of the


Maintenance yard in PG. 20th Judicial Circuit, in
* Remove all Play Ground and for Charlotte County,
Equipment, Benches, etc. Florida, and you are
and deliver to CCPS Main- required to serve a copy
tenance yard in PG. of your written defenses
* Remove at Kitchen to it, if any, to: Borbolla &
Equipment, Exhaust and Fernandez, PA, 7700 N.
Supply Fans ( cover roof Kendall Drive, Suite 705,
openings), Exterior Cooler Miami, FL 33156, on or
and deliver to CCPS main- before 30 days after first
tenance yard in PG. date of publication Nov.
* Remove Fabric shade 15, 2007, and file the
structure deliver to CCPS original with the Clerk of
maintenance yard in PG this Court, at the Charlotte
* Remove metal storage County Courthouse, Punta
shed and deliver to CCPS Gorda, Florida, or a


NOTICE OF ACTION NOTICE OF ACTION NOTICE OF ACTION NOTICE TO CREDITORS NOTICE OF NOTICE OF
FORECLOSURE FORECLOSURE
default will be entered LAST KNOWN ADDRESS been commenced to fore- decedent and persons having
against you for the relief IS: 18502 BRIGGS CIRCLE close a mortgage on the es Or demands againStothean ANY; ANY AND ALL lotte County Judicial Cen-
demanded in the Corn- PORT CHARLOTTE, FL following real property, those for whom provision for full UNKNOWN PARTIES ter, 350 E. Marion Avenue,
plaint. 33948 lying and being and situat- payment was made in the order of CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, Punta Gorda, Florida at
THIS NOTICE will be pub- Residence unknown, if liv- ed in Charlotte County,theirclaimswith this courtITHIN UNDER, AND AGAINST Charlotte County, Florida,
lished once each week for ing, including any unknown Florida, more particularly THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH THE HEREIN NAMED INDI- at 11:00 a.m. on the 15th I
two (2) consecutive weeks spouse of the said Defen- described as follows: IN SECTION 733.702 OF THE VIDUAL DEFENDANT(S) day of November, 2007, I
in a newspaper of general dants, if either has remar- LOT 167,, BLOCK 16, FLORIDA PROBATE CODE. WHO ARE NOT KNOWN TO the following described
circulation published in ried and if either or both of PORT CHARLOTTE SUBDI- ALL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS BE DEAD OR ALIVE, property as set forth in
Charlotte County, Florida. said Defendants are dead, VISION, SECTION 6, NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREV- WHETHER SAID said Order or Final Judg-
DATED this 11 day of OCT, their respective unknown ACCORDING TO THE PLAT ER BARRED. UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY ment, to-wit:
2007. heirs, devisees, grantees, THEREOF AS RECORDED NOTWITHSTANDING ANY CLAIM AN INTEREST AS LOT 22, BLOCK 552, OF
WITNESS my hand and assignees, creditors, IN PLAT BOOK 4, PAGES OTHER APPLICABLE TIME PERI- SPOUSES, HEIRS, PORT CHARLOTTE SUBDI-
Seal of this Court on 11 lienors, and trustees, and 7A TO 7F, INCLUSIVE, IN OD, ANY CLAIMFILED TWO (2) DEVISEES, GRANTEES OR VISION, SECTION 13,
Oct, 2007. all other persons claiming THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF DECEDENTS DATE OF DEATH OTHER CLAIMANTS; HAR- ACCORDING TO THE PLAT
BARBARA T. SCOTT, by, through, under or CHARLOTTE COUNTY, IS BARRED. BOUR HEIGHTS CIVIC THEREOF, RECORDED IN
CLERK against the named Defen- FLORIDA. The date of first publication of this ASSOCIATION, INC.; PLAT BOOK 5, PAGE 2A
CLERK OF THE COURT dant(s) KIM A. PICCIRELLI; more commonly known as Notice is October 14, 2007. MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC THROUGH 2G, OF THE
By C. Gallagher and the aforementioned 153 Northwest Buckeye REGISTRATION SYSTEMS, PUBLIC RECORDS OF
As Deputy Clerk named Defendant(s) and Avenue, Port Charlotte, FL MAerZ GivingNotice:INC.; JOHN DOE AND CHARLOTTE COUNTY,
NOTE: Pursuant to the Fair such of the aforemen- 33952. WILLIAM M. ZEPPENFELD JANE DOE AS UNKNOWN FLORIDA.
Debt Collection Practices tioned unknown Defen- This action has been filed c/o Alison K. Douglas, Esq. TENANTS IN POSSES- ANY PERSON CLAIMING
Act, you are advised this dants and such of the against you and you are cummings & Lockwood LLC SION. AN INTEREST IN THE SUR-
yoOu .o. Box 413032 AN I R IN T SUR -
firm is deemed to be a aforementioned unknown required to serve a copy Naples, FL 34101-3032 DEFENDANT(S) PLUS FROM THE SALE, IF
debt collector attempting Defendants as may be of your written defenses, if NOTICE OF FORECLO- ANY, OTHER THAN THE
to collect a debt and any infants, incompetents or any, upon SHAPIRO & Attorney for Person Giving SURE SALE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF
information obtained will otherwise not sui juris. FISHMAN, LLP, Attorneys ALISON K. DOUGLAS, ESQ. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THE DATE OF THE LIS
be used for that purposes. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI- for Plaintiff, whose Florida Bar No. 0899003 pursuant to a Summary PENDENS MUST FILE A
Publish: October 21, 28, FIED that an action has address is 2424 North CUMMINGS & LOCKWOOD, LLC Final Judgment of Foreclo- CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS
2007 been commenced to fore- Federal highway, Suite Naples, FL 34013 sure dated Oct 15, 2007 AFTER THE SALE.
265640 1963758 close a mortgage on the 360, Boca Raton, Florida Telephone: (239)-262-8311 entered in Civil Case No. In accordance with the
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOFfollowing real property, 33431 within thirty (30) 07-418CA of the Circuit Americans with Disabilities
THE 20th JUDICIAL CR- lying and being and situat- days after the first publica- PUBLISH: October 14, 21, 2007 Court of the 20TH Judicial Act of 1990, persons
CUTH IN AND FOR CHAR- ed in Charlotte County, tion of this notice, Nov. 8, Circuit in and for CHAR- needing special accom-
LOTTE COUNTY, FLORIDA Florida, more particularly 2007 and file the original NOTICE OF LOTTE County, PUNTA modation to participate in
LOTTE COUNTY, FLORIDA described as follows: with the clerk of this Court FORECLOSURE GORDA, Florida, I will sell this proceeding, you are
CIVIL DIVISION ASE NO. 06-000914CA LOT 331, BLOCK 2148, either before service on to the highest and best entitled, at no cost to you,
CASE NO. 06-000914CA PORT CHARLOTTE SUBDI- Plaintiffs attorney or IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF bidder for cash at THE to the provision of certain
JUDGE: Pellecchia, Donald VISION, SECTION 37, immediately there after; THE 20TH JUDICIAL CIR- WEST DOOR at the CHAR- assistance. Please con-
Royal West Properties, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT otherwise a default will be CUIT, IN AND FOR CHAR- LOTTE County Courthouse tact the Administrative
Inc., a Florida corporation, THEREOF RECORDED IN entered against you for LOTTE COUNTY, FLORIDA located at 350 EAST MAR- Services Manager whose
Plaintiff, PLAT BOOK 5, PAGES 41A the relief demanded in the GENERAL JURISDICTION ION AVE. in PUNTA office is located at 350 E.
vsEleonora Delgado DTO 41H, INCLUSIVE, OF Complaint. DIVISION GORDA, Florida, at 11:00 Marion Ave, Punta Gorda,
Eleonora Delgado De THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF WITNESS my hand and CASE NO: 07002124CA a.m. on the 14 day of FL 33950, and whose
Lopez, CHARLOTTE COUNTY, seal of this Court on the 4 DEUTSCHE BANK NATION- November, 2007 the fol- telephone number is (941)
Defendants. FLORIDA. day of Oct, 2007. AL TRUST COMPANY AS 'lowing described property 637-2281, within two
NOTICE OF ACTION more commonly known as BARBARA T. SCOTT TRUSTEE as set forth in said Sum- working days of your
TO: Eleonora Delgado De 18502 Briggs Circle, Port Circuit and County Courts PLAINTIFF mary Final Judgment, to- receipt of this notice; if
Lopez, Charlotte, FL 33948. By: C. Gallagher VS. wit: you are hearing or voice
YOUR ARE NOTIFIED that This action has been filed Deputy Clerk FRANCISCA A. DIAZ; LOT 11 AND 12, BLOCK impaired, call 1-800-955-
an action to foreclose a against you and you are Publish: October 14, 21, UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF 135, SECTION 4 8771. :
mortgage in rem on real required to serve a copy 2007 FRANCISCA A. DIAZ IF (REVISED), PART 3, HAR- DATED at Punta Gorda,
property located in Char- of your written defense, if 118683 1963079 ANY; ANY AND ALL BOUR HEIGHTS SUBDIVI- Florida, on Oct 18, 2007.
lotte County, Florida, more any, upon SHAPIRO & UNKNOWN PARTIES SION, A SUBDIVISION BARBARA SCOTTI
particularly described as: FISHMAN, LLP, Attorney NOTICE TO CREDITORS CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT As Clerk, Circuit Court
Lot 10, Block 965, Port for Plaintiff, whose UNDER, AND AGAINST THEREQF, AS RECORDED By: D. Baniak
Charlotte Section 17, address is 2424 North IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE HEREIN NAMED INDI- IN PLAT BOOK 3, PAGE As Deputy Clerk
tSARASOTA COUNTY, FLORIDA
according to the Plat Federal Highway, Suite PROBATE DIVISION VIDUAL DEFENDANTS(S) 80A, OF THE PUBLIC Publish: October 21, 28,
thereof, as recorded in 360, Boca Raton, Florida WHO ARE NOT KNOWN TO RECORDS OF CHARLOTTE 2007
Plat Book 5, at Page 6, of 33431 within thirty (30) I'RETA E BE DEAD OR ALIVE, COUNTY, FLORIDA. 105230 1967039
the Public Records of days after the first publica- Deceased. WHETHER SAID Any person claiming an
Charlotte County, Florida. tion of this notice Nov. 6, UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY interest in the surplus from IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
Parcel Identification Num- 2007 and file the original File No. 2007-CP-9650-SC CLAIM AN INTEREST AS the sale, if any, other than THE TWENTIETH JUDICIAL
ber: 0017560-000000-6 with the clerk of this Court NOTICE TO CREDITORS SPOUSES, HEIRS, the property owner as of CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
has been filed against you either before service on The administration of the estate of DEVISEES, GRANTEES OR the date of the lis pen- CHARLOTTE COUNTY,
in the Circuit Court of the Plaintiff's attorney or MARTHA A. GAINES, deceased, .OTHER CLAIMANTS; dens, must file a claim FLORIDA
20th Judicial Circuit, in immediately there after; SC, is pending in the Circuit Court MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC within 60 days after the CASE NO 20071061-CA
and for Charlotte County, otherwise a default will be for SARASOTA County, Florida, REGISTRATION SYSTEMS, sale. DIVISION
Florida, and you are entered against you for Probate Division, the address of INC.; JOHN DOE AND Dated this 16.day of Octo- INDYMAC BANK F...B. AS
required to serve a copy the relief demanded in the which is P.O. Box 3079 Saraso-
required to serve a copy the relief demanded in the ta, FL 34230-3079 or 2000 JANE DOE AS UNKNOWN ber, 2007. TRUSTEE UNDER THE
of your written defenses Complaint. Main Street, Sarasota, FL TENANTS IN POSSESSION BARBARA T. SCOTT POOLING AND SERVICING
to it, if any, to: Borbolla & WITNESS my hand and 34236. The name and address of DEFENDANT(S) Clerk of the Circuit Court AGREEMENT SERIES LXS
,7700 N. seal of this Court on the 1 the personal representative and the
Fernandez, PA, 7700 N. seal of this Court on th personal representative's attorney NOTICE OF FORECLO- By: D. Baniak 2005-7N,
Kendall Drive, Suite 705, day of Oct, 2007. are set forth below. SURE SALE Deputy Clerk Plaintiff,
Miami, FL 33156, on or BARBARA T. SCOTT All creditors of the decedent and NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN IN ACCORDANCE WITH v
before 30 days after first Circuit and County Courts themans against decedens pursuant to a Summary THE AMERICANS WITH CHAEL ROSS
date of publication Nov. By: C. Gallagher estate, including unmatured, con- Final Judgment of Foreclo- DISABILITIES ACT, per- Defendant(s).
15, 2007, and file the Depty Clerk tingent or liquidated claims, on sure dated Oct. 15, 2007 sons with disabilities need- NOTICE OF FORECLO-
original with the Clerk of Publish: October 14, 21, served, mstile their wi entered in Civil Case No. ing a special accommoda SURE SALE
this Court, at the Charlotte 2007 this court WITHIN THE LATER OF 0700212.4CA of the Cir- tion should contact NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
County Courthouse, Punta 118683 1963072 3MONTHSAFTERTHEDATEOF cuit Court of the 20TH COURT ADMINISTRATION, pursuant to a Fina
Gorda, Florida, or a I THE CIRCUIT OF THETHIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS Judicial Circuit in and for at the CHARLOTTE Countypursuant to a FinalJudg-
default will be entered 20th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE CHARLOTTE County, Courthouse at 1-800- meant of Mortgage Foreclo-r
against you for the relief FLORIDA IN AND FOR OF ACOPY OF THIS NOTICE ON PUNTA GORDA, Florida, I 955-8771 (TDD) or 1-800- 2007 and October15,
demanded in the Coin- FLORIDA, IN AND FOR THEM.
demanded in the Corn- CHARLOTTE COUNTY All other creditors of the decedent will sell to the highest and 955-8770, via Florida 2007-1061-CA of the
plaint. Case #: 2007 2802 CA and other persons having claims or best bidder for cash at Relay Service. Circuit Court of the TWEN-
THIS NOTICE will be pub- n# demands against decedent's WEST DOOR at the CHAR- Publish: October 21, 28, TIETH Judicial Circuit in
ished once each week for vson #* estate, including unmatured, con- 'h TIETH Judicial Circuit in
listed once each weekor UNC: tingent or unliquidated claims, LOTTE County Courthouse 2007 and for CHARLOTTE Coun-
two (2) consecutive weekHSBC Bank USA, as mustfileteir claims withthis court located at 350 EAST MAR- 105947 1966714 ty, Florida wherein INDY
in a newspaper of general Trustee for ACE Securities WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE ION AVENUE in PUNTA ty, Florida wherein INDY-
circulation published in ACE Security OF THE FIRST PUBI GORDA, Florida at 11:00 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT MAC BANK F.S.B. AS
Charlotte County, Florida Corp. Home Equity Loan TION OF THIS NOTICE. GORDA, Florida, at 11:00 FOR CHARLOTTE COUN- TRUSTEE UNDER THE
rteiCount Flrd. Trust, Series 2006-OP1 ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED a.rm. on the 14 day of TY, FLORIDA. CIVIL DIVI- POOLING AND SERVICING
DATED this 11 day of OCT, Asset Backed Pass- WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. November, 2007 the fol- CII POOLIN AND VI
2007. Asset Backed Pass- The date of first publication of this SION
WITNESS my hand and Through Certificates, Notice is October 21, 2007. lowing described property CASE NOAGREE. 20057N is the plaintiff
Seal o this Courton11 plaintiff Personal Representative: mary Final Judgment, to- 82007CA001798XXXXX and MICHAELS. ROSS;
Oct, 2007. Theodore Parabak;DONALD B. DeW r i X NANCY ROSS;INDYMAC
BARBARA T. SCOTT, Unknown Parties in Pos- BrendanBradley, Esq. LOT 20, BLOCK 2837, BANK OF NEW YORK AS BANK, F.S.B.; are the
CLERK session #1; Unknown Par- 146B0 McCall Road, Suite 4-F PORT CHARLOTTE SUBDI- TRUSTEE FOR THE CER- Defendants, I will sell to
CLERK OF THE COURT session Enlewood, FL 3941-475-2333 VISON SECTION 45 TIFICATEHOLDERS the highest and best bid-
CLKOF THElCUg r ties in Possession #2; If Telephone: (941)-475-2333 VISON, SECTION 45 C ASSET- r fr ash at HAR
By C. Gallagher living, and all Unknown Facsimile: (941).475.6106 ACCORDING TO THE PLAT CWABS, INC. ASSET- der for cash at CHAR-
As Deputy Clerk Parties claiming by, Florida Bar No. 044296 THEREOF, AS RECORDED BACKED CERTIFICATES, LOTTE COUNTY JUSTICE
NOTE: Pursuant to the Fair Parties claiming byAttorney for Personal IN PLAT BOOK 5, AT PAGE SERIES 2006-8. CENTER, 350 EAST MARl-
Debt Collection Practices against the above named Representative56, OF THE PUBLIC Plaintiff, ON AVENUE, PUNTA
Act, you are advised this Defendant(s) who are not PUBLISH: October 21, 28, 2007 RECORDS OF CHARLOTTE vs. GORDA, FLORIDA at
firm is deemed to be a known to be dead or alive, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR COUNTY, FLORIDA. JAMES JAY BARTMAN, et 11:00AM, on the 13th day
ARASOTA COU2TY,00LRIA7 h


debt collector attempting
to collect a debt and any
information obtained will
be used for that purposes.
Publish: October 21, 28,
2007
265640 1963776
IN THE CIRCUIT OF THE
20th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
CHARLOTTE COUNTY
Case #: 07-2569 CA
Division #:
UNC:
Wells Fargo Bank, N.A.,
Plaintiff,
-vs.-
Kim A. Piccirelli and Bar-
bara M. Piccirelli, his wife;
Palisades Collection, LLC,
Assignee of AT&T; CACV
of Colorado, LLC;
Unknown Parties in Pos-
session #1; Unknown Par-
ties in Possession #2; If
living, and all Unknown
Parties claiming by,
through, under and
against the above named
Defendant(s) who are not
known to be dead or alive,
whether said Unknown
Parties may claim an inter-
est as Spouse, Heirs,
Devisees, Grantees, or
Other Claimants
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF ACTION FORE-
CLOSURE PROCEEDINGS-
PROPERTY
TO:
Kim A. Piccirelli; ADDRESS
UNKNOWN BUT WHOSE


whether said Unknown
Parties may claim an inter-
est as Spouse, Heirs,
Devisees, Grantees, or
Other Claimants
Defendant(s)
NOTICE OF ACTION FORE-
CLOSURE PROCEEDINGS-
PROPERTY
TO:
Theodore Parabak;
ADDRESS UNKNOWN BUT
WHOSE LAST KNOWN
ADDRESS IS: 153 NORTH-,
WEST BUKEYE AVENUE
PORT CHARLOTTE, FL
33952
Residence unknown, if liv-
ing, including any unknown
spouse of the said Defen-
dants, if either has remar-
ried and if either or both of
said Defendants are dead,
their respective unknown
heirs, devisees, grantees,
assignees, creditors,
lienors, and trustees, and
all other persons claiming
by, through, under or
against the named Defen-
dant THEODORE PARA-
BANK; and the aforemen-
tioned named
Defendant(s) and such of
the aforementioned
unknown Defendants and
such of the aforemen-
tioned unknown Defen-
dants as may be infants
incompetents or other-
wise not sui juris.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that an action has


SARASOTA COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
IN RE: ESTATE OF
MARY LOUISE ZEPPENFELD,
Deceased.
File No. 2007-CP-0087572-NC
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
(Summary Administration)


Any person claiming an
interest in the surplus from
the sale, if any, other than
the property owner as of
the date of the lis pen-
dens, must file a claim
within 60 days after the
sale
Dated this 16 day of Octo-


TO ALL PERSONS HAVING ..7
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS AGAINST ber, 2007.
THE ABOVE ESTATE: BARBARA T. SCOTT
Clerk of the Circuit Court
You are hereby notified that an
Order of Summary Administration By: D. Baniak
has been entered in the estate of Deputy Clerk
MARY LOUISE ZEPPENFELD, IN ACCORDANCE WITH
deceased, File Number 2007-
CP-008757-NC, by the Circuit THE AMERICANS WITH
Court for SARASOTA County, DISABILITIES ACT, per-
Florida, Probate Division, the sons with disabilities need-
address of which is 2000 Main .
Street, Room 102, Sarasota, FL Ing a special accommoda-
34237; that the decedent's date of tion should contact
death was FEBRUARY 21, 2007; COURT ADMINISTRATION,
that the total value of the estate is C INIST
estimated to be $75,000.00, and at the CHARLOTTE County
that the names and addresses of Courthouse at, 1-800-955-
oss no wno in nu ..n --. seen.__


tose t wnom i has oeen
assigned by such order are:
Names
Mary Elizabeth Duffy
Marcia L. Scott
James Scott
Addresses
c/o Alison K. Douglas, Esq.
Cummings & Lockwood LLC
P.O. Box 413032
Naples, FL 34101-3032
Names
Mary Elizabeth Duffy and William M.
Zeppenfeld, co-Trustees of the
Mary Louis Zeppenfeld Revocable
Trust u/a/d 7/30/1993.
Addresses
c/o Alison K. Douglas, Esq.
Cummings & Lockwood LLC
P.O. Box 413032
Naples, FL 34101-3032
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS
ARE NOTIFIED THAT:
All creditors of the estate of the


8771 (TDD) OR 1-800-
955-8770, via Florida
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Publish: October 21, 28,
2007
105947 1966723
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 20TH JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT, IN AND FOR CHAR-
LOTTE COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO: 07-418CA
SUNTRUST MORTGAGE
INC.
PLAINTIFF
VS.
LESLIE A. DEPPERT;
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
LESLIE A. DEPPERT IF


al., UI IrINUvemIUer, u u/, te
Defendants. following described prop-
NOTICE OF SALE erty as set forth in said
PURSUANT TO CHAPTER Final Judgment:
45 LOT 8, BLOCK 334, OF
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN PUNTA GORDA ISLES,
pursuant to an Order or SECTION SIXTEEN,
Summary Final Judgment ACCORDING TO THE PLAT
of foreclosure dated Octo- THEREOF RECORDED IN
ber 15, 2007, and PLAT BOOK 8, PAGE 27-A
entered in Case No. THROUGH 27-0, OF THE
082007CA001798XXXXX PUBLIC RECORDS OF
X of the Circuit Court in CHARLOTTE COUNTY,
and for Charlotte County, FLORIDA.
Florida, wherein BANK OF A/K/A 16086 CORUNA
NEW YORK AS TRUSTEE COURT, PUNTA GORDA,
FOR THE CERTIFICATE- FL 33955
HOLDERS CWABS, INC. Any person claiming an
ASSET-BACKED CERTIFI- interest in the surplus from
CATES, SERIES 2006-8 is the sale, if any, other than
Plaintiff and JAMES JAY the property owner as of
BARTMAN; PATRICIA the date of the Lis Pen-
BARTMAN; MORTGAGE dens must file a claim
ELECTRONIC REGISTRA- within sixty (60) days after
TION SYSTEMS, INC., AS the sale.
NOMINEE FOR NEWPRIME WITNESS MY HAND and
HOME LOANS, LLC; the seal of this Court on
UNKNOWN TENANT NO. October 17, 200-7.
1; UNKNOWN TENANT Barbara T. Scott
NO. 2; and ALL Clerk of the Circuit Court
UNKNOWN PARTIES By: D. Baniak
CLAIMING INTERESTS BY, Deputy Clerk
THROUGH, UNDER OR In accordance with the


AGAINST A NAMED Americans with Disabilities
DEFENDANT TO THIS Act, persons needing a
ACTION, OR HAVING OR special accommodation to
CLAIMING TO HAVE ANY participate in this proceed-
RIGHT, TITLE OR INTER- ing should contact the
EST IN THE PROPERTY Deputy Court Administra-
HEREIN DESCRIBED, are tor whose office is located
Defendants, I will sell to at '116 West Olympia
the highest and best bid- Avenue, Punta Gorda,
der for cash at at the West Florida 33950, telephone
Front Door of the Char- number (813) 637-2281;


11:00 a.m. on the 15 day
of November, 2007, the
following described prop-
erty astthIn's.. .A


erty as set forth in said
Order or Final Judgment,
to-wit:
LOT 18, BLOCK 912,
PORT CHARLOTTE SUBDI-
VISION, SECTION 34,
ACCORDING TO THE PLAT
THEREOF AS RECORDED
IN PLAT BOOK 5, PAGES
39A TO 39H INCLUSIVE,
IN THE PUBLIC RECORDS


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Publish: October 21, 28,
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NOTICE OF SALE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 20TH JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT IN AND FOR CHAR-
LOTTE COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 07-2157CA
NOTICE OF SALE
BRANCH BANKING AND
TRUST COMPANY,
Plaintiff,
vs.
CARLOS ANSELMI, et ux.,
et al.,
Defendantss),
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to an Order or
Final Judgment Scheduling
Foreclosure Sale entered
on October 15, 2007 in
this case now pending in
said Court, the style of
which is indicated above.
I will sell to the highest and
best bidder for cash in the
CHARLOTTE County Court-
house, West Front Doors
of the Justice Center, 350
East Marion Avenue, Punta
Gorda, Florida 33950 at
11:00 a.m., on the 14th
day of November, 2007,
the following described
property as set forth in
said order or Final Judg-
ment, to-wit:
LOT 17, BLOCK 960,
PORT CHARLOTTE SUBDI-
VISION, SECTION 17,
ACCORDING TO THE PLAT
THEREOF RECORDED IN
PLAT BOOK 5, PAGES 6A
THROUGH 6D, INCLUSIVE,
PUBLIC RECORDS OF
CHARLOTTE COUNTY,
FLORIDA.
a/k/a: 19195 STUDIO
AVE., PORT CHARLOTTE,
FL. 33954
ANY PERSON CLAIMING
AN INTEREST IN THE SUR-
PLUS FROM THE SALE, IF
ANY, OTHER THAN THE
PROPERTY OWNER AS OF
THE DATE OF THE LIS
PENDENS MUST FILE A
CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS
AFTER THE SALE.
ENTERED at CHARLOTTE
County, Florida, this 18
day of OCTOBER, 2007.
BARBARA T. SCOTT,
CLERK
As Clerk, Circuit Court
CHARLOTTE, Florida
By: D. Baniak
As Deputy Clerk
Publish: October 21, 28,
2007
123205 1967152
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR CHARLOTTE COUN-
TY, FLORIDA.
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO.
082007CA002262XXXXX
X
BANK OF NEW TORK AS
TRUSTEE FOR THE CER-
TIFICATEHOLDERS CW
ABS, INC. ASSET-BACKED
CERTIFICATES, SERIES
2006-17,
Plaintiff,
vs.
BENJAMIN OLIVIERY, et
al.,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SALE PUR-
SUANT TO CHAPTER 45
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to an Order of
Summary Final Judgment
of foreclosure dated Octo-
ber 15,, 2007, and
entered in Case No.
082007CA002262XXXXX
X of the Circuit Court in
and for Charlotte County,
Florida, wherein BANK OF
NEW YORK AS TRUSTEE
FOR THE CERTIFICATE-
HOLDERS CWABS, INC.
ASSET-BACKED CERTIFI-
CATES, SERIES 2006-17
is Plaintiff and Benjamin
Oliviery; Laura Oliviery;
Unknown Tenant No. 1;
Unknown Tenant No. 2;
and All Unknown Parties
Claiming Interests By,
Through, Under Or Against
a Named Defendant to
This Action, or Having or
Claiming to Have Any
right, Title or Interest in
The Property Herein
Described, are Defen-
dants, I will sell to the high-
est and best bidder for
cash at at the West Front
Door of the Charlotte
County Judicial Center,
350 E. Marion Avenue,
Punta Gorda, Florida, at


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Act of 1990, persons ,
needing special accom-
modation to participate in
this proceeding, you are
entitled, at no cost to you, DE
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assistance. Please con-
tact the Administrative
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telephone number is Equal
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receipt of this notice; if Markel
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DATED at Punta Gorda, Nation
Florida,, on October 18, R
2007.
BARBARA SCOTT
As Clerk, Circuit Court 1010
By: D. Baniak 1020
As Deputy Clerk 1021
Publish: October 21, 28, 1022
2007 1023
105230 1967091 1024
1025
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 1026
FOR CHARLOTTE COUN- 1027
TY, FLORIDA. 1028
CIVIL DIVISION 1029
CASE NO. 1030
082007CA00227OXXXXX 1040
SX 1060
BANK OF NEW YORK, AS 1070
TRUSTEE FOR THE CER- 1075
TIFICATEHOLDERS CW 1080
ABS, INC. ASSET-BACKED 1090
CERTIFICATES, SERIES 1100
2006-5, 1115
Plaintiff, 1120
vs.
THOMAS M. SHAFER 1210
A/K/A THOMAS N. 1240
SHAFER, et al., 1280
Defendants. 1300
NOTICE OF SALE PUR- 1330
SUANT TO CHAPTER 45 1340
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 1345
pursuant to an Order of 1350
Summary Final Judgment 1360
of foreclosure dated Octo- 1370
ber 15, 2007, and 1390
entered in Case No. 1420
082007CA00227OXXXXX
X of the Circuit Court in 1500
and for Charlotte County, 1515
Florida, wherein BANK OF 1520
NEW YORK, AS TRUSTEE 1530
FOR THE CERTIFICATE- 1540
HOLDERS CW ABS, INC.
ASSET-BACKED CERTIFI- 1600
CATES, SERIES 2006-5 is 1610
Plaintiff and Thomas M. 1615
Shafer A/k/a Thomas N. 1620
Shafer; Unknown Tenant
no. 1; Unknown Tenant 1640
No. 2; and All Unknown
Parties Claiming Interests 1650
By, Through, under or
Against A Named Defen- 10'
dant to this Action, or Hav-
ing or Claiming to Have
Any Right, Title or Interest
in the Property Herein
Described are Defen- Len
dants, I will sell to the high-
est and best bidder for
cash at at the West Front
Door of the Charlotte You
County Judicial Center, |,r
350 E. Marion Avenue, US
Punta Gorda, Florida at
Charlotte County, Florida,
at 11:00 a.m. on the 16
day of November, 2007, /,
the following described
property as set forth in
said Order or Final Judg- C0
ment, to-wit: Y
LOT 31, BLOCK 852,
PORT CHARLOTTE SUBDI-
VISION, SECTION 34, A
SUBDIVISON ACCORDING #Tim
TO THE PLAT THEREOF,
AS RECORDED IN PLAT /Fini
BOOK 5, PAGES 38A
THRU 38H, INCLUSIVE, OF /Fin
THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF F
CHARLOTTE COUNTY, /Fine
FLORIDA.
ANY PERSON CLAIMING /Sell
AN INTEREST IN THE SUR-
PLUS FROM THE SALE, IF /Sell
ANY, OTHER THAN THE Mel
PROPERTY OWNER AS OF /Adv
THE DATE OF THE LIS Bus
PENDENS MUST FILE A
CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS
AFTER THE SALE.
In accordance with the t
Americans with Disabilities it
Act of 1990, persons S(
needing special accom-
modation to participate in
this proceeding, you are
entitled, at no cost to you,
to the provision of certain A Bar
assistance. Please con-
tact the Administrative


Services Manager whose
office is located at 350 E. A Wl
Marion Ave, Punta Gorda, shop
FL 33950, and whose r
telephone number is
(941)637-2281, within Call
tow. working days of your
receipt of this notice; if
you are hearing or voice Fromi
impaired, call 1-800-955-
8771.
DATED at Punta Gorda, Ca
Florida, on November 19, Frorm
2007. Ca
BARBARA SCOTT


NOTICE OF SALE

erk, Circuit Court
Baniak
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ERA Advantage Realty New 4/3/2, 2511sf split,
(941) 255-5300 corner lot. (941)-286-7277
www.eraportcharlotte.co *INCREDIBLE BUY*
m BINCREDIB LE W *
STOP FORECLOSURE! BEAUTIFUL NEW
Protect your invest- '3/2/2 HOME IN N.R
ment. Call now, Many Upgrades.
888-204-9736 for ONLY $167,900
Over $210K Invested
1021 ARCADIA Gary (440)-915-5255
FOR SALE FSBO New 3/2/2 w/den,
LEASE OR PURCHASE! lanai, over 2,100sf. under
E-Z Terms either way. Nice air, exc., floor plan, must
area, 3/1.5+crprt. Take sell. $195,000. Financing
ovrea, &ow. Te avail. No realtors please.
over pymts & own. No (561)-248-0458
qualifying! (941)286-8376 2 N
2 New fashionable &
PUT CLASSIFIEDS affordable houses.
TO WORK FOR YOU $209K. Speical program
Venice, Englewood, for 1st time buyers.
North Port 207-1200 941-626-7766 for appt.
Pt. Charlotte Areas Open house Sat 1-4,
Call 206-1200 6208 Hoffman St.


1024 NORTH PORT
3/2 PC home, 1 yr. old.
Near Schools. $155,900.
Financing Avail. 941-955-
1003 or 941-206-6000
3/2/2 $149k! 2842sf
Beautiful home and yard
with huge oaks!
(941) 740-5284.
3/2/2 2648 Parlay Ln.
2005, Many extras, See
Online @buyowner.com
#TPA 64186
$188,500 941429-2617
3/2/2 Allstate home w/
hurricane shutters, 2536
Wurtsmith Ln. $160,000
negot (941)-223-9307
3/2/2 Easy access to,
I 75 & shopping,
wood/tile floors, alarm
system, all appliances,
kitchen/tile backsplash.
A STEAL AT $139,900!
4537 Sunburst Ave.
(941)-769-3659
3/2/2 Lakeside Plantation
4 Year Old House.
BEST OFFER
(941) 467-0026
3/2/2, Fenced, Mostly Tile,
Stainless Appliances, 2 yrs
old, Furn/Unfurn $185,000
obo. (941)-539-6478
AWESOME BUY!
3/2/2, 2006, country set-
ting. $119,000. Karen
Hamilton, ReMax Anchor
Realty. 941-456-1486.
Beautiful Felson Pool Home,
Built 06', 1,856 sf under air,
3/2/2' + den, $249,900.
Broker 603-759-9000
BEST BUY
3/2/2, 1680sf LIVING
$169,900
(941)-383-7396
.New High Quality
Homes For Sale
2 to choose from
Heaton Terr,
$159,900 Woodland
Construction
941-232-0636 for
appt

BY OWNER, Save $1K's, 2
story, 3/2.5/3, comer lot,
many upgrades. 3140 SF,
$219,900. (941)628-9492
Distress Sale $184K
3/2 Pool home
Gulf Access Homes Team
Dudley Kearney743-6984
FSBO Lease Opt. or Trade
3/2/2, O/S Crnr Lot, lyr old,
6010 Ganyard Ave, Price
Nego. Very Motived Sellers!
941484-2060.
come Property 3 units
bing in $1,300, Fuly
occupied, trnkey, over
$400 cash flow per month.
Let me showyou the
nuiers. $115,000 firm
(941)-875-9023
MASADA HOMES spec
'1829. New London St.
1685 living area 3/2/2.
Many upgrades, pool
package avail. 941-625-


1025 PT CHAR
FOR SALE

2/1, 22357 Midway Blvd.
large yard & lanai, remod-
eled. Must sell ASAP.
$85,000. (3051-205-4602
2004 CUSTOM HOME Sec.
15, 1 1/2 lot, 292 Wabash
Terr. FW canal w/irrig.
Wood floors 3BR, 2 1/2BA,
3CG, gourmet kitchen, den,
formal DR. No storm dam-
age. $525,000 941-627-
9620
2160 CLERMONT
Investor will take
loss...your gain?! 3
Bd., 2 Ba., 1-C.Gar.
New Kitchen &
more...Off Midway &
Navajo in nice area.
Don't miss this unbe-
lievable price...no bro-
kers, please.
$99,900
Landmark Realty
Eileen Cavanaugh
(941)-575-4550

2br/lba + office, newer
roof/ywal & texture. Tie
ors, berber cape dearm
cozy turnkey home.
$69,000 (941}-875-9023
3/2 BLOCK home 12077
Warden Ave. Gulf Cove
area. Like new cond.
$128,000 941-628-3934


1025 PT CHAR
FOR SALE

TO ADVERTISE
I IN THE
SHOWCASE
OF HOMES
CALL DEE,
"41-206-1200
dscott@sun-
herald.com

1026 PUNTA GORDA
FOR SALE
3/2/2 CBS, Ig. lanai,
30x40 detached garage
w/AC game room on 3 XL
lots, close to school &
shopping. $225K/obo 941-
628-4385
By Owner, 2300 SF, 3/3/3,
built '04, 110x200 lot,
granite, cherry cab.,
pool/cage, $399,900.
440-328-5491
Distress Sale $250K
NEW Huge 3000SF AC
Gulf Access Homes Team
Dudley Kearney743-6984
FOR SALE BY OWNER
1312 N Odyssey Ct.
4Br/2Bth/2CG
1788 sq ft a/c, Built
2005. Immaculate!
$165,000. W/O realtor
call 760-271-8400


BARGAIN HOME!! N
Unfinished Concrete New Home in"
Shell, 23156 Lark Ave, I Punta Gorda
$80,000. obo Call This 3/2 spacious
Albert 941-629-2558 home is minutes
or 941-628-2883 from Golf courses,
famous Burnt Store
BRAND NEW Masada Marina (public boat
Homes spec.Sec 15 184 launches) and beach-
Harrisburg St. 2298 living es. Offers a large lot.
area 3/2.5/2 w/many 2 car garage, sprin-
upgrades. Call 941-625- kler and alarm sys-
9065 or 941- 979-8773. tem. Over 1800sf liv-
r n ing. $189,900

Deep Ck. 3/2/2, lanai, like 2 2 2
new, tile, vaulted ceil. huge P.C. 2/2/1's 2/2/2,
yard, greenbelt view. 3/2/1 w/pool $850 + up.
$179,900 941-276-9580 Lease option or owner
DEEP CREEK, 26358 Toba-
go Dr. large 3/2/2 w/pool, PG ISLES WATERFRONT All
on quiet cul-de-sac. Lots of new Top- bottom 3/2/2
designer features. S.S. $359,000. obo. Must sell!
appliances, Jtalian tile, all Cell #561-389-3189.
redone. $285K 724-712- PGI 3/2.5/2, POOL, dock,
4776 lift. Furniture optional.
Distress Sale $189K Appts. phone 941-639-
5BR Pool Home 4261 or 941-639-1086.


Dudley Kearney743-6984
Gulf Access Homes Team
Gorgeous! 2/2, Grg,
Big Yard. No qual.
Owner Finance! $139K:
(561)-352-3010
MASADA HOMES model
w/lease back. Sec 15,
477 Loveland Blvd. 2061
living area 3/2/2 w/
upgraded pool. 941-625-
9065 or 941- 979-8773.

0 1' 1 VA


9065 or 941- 979-8773. Near PC, POOL Home
3/2/2 over 1,600 Air, w/d
Pics at www.lexbay.com
10 PK $1,170 (859) 963-6468
Must See!! NEED A MORTGAGE?
$10,000 1st Time Home Buyers
Call Kazwell
Cash big rebate (941)-625-0015
at closing or you New 3/2 House, $159K
can OWNER Owner will finance. Real
FINANCE or Estate Broker Jack
FINANCE or Porter (239)-860-0577
TRADE your
N. Port house in.
Move right in.
3-4br/2ba, garage, NICE HOMES UNDER
tile, carpet, big lot, $125,000
city water & sewer, Not fixer uppers!
ONLY!!! $139,000 Free list with photos.
Call (941)716-0040 800-421-0394 #2008
pam sperry remaxpalm
N. Port, 3BR.2BA with
bonus room upgrades, PC 2/2 Salt Waterfront
on private lot $229,500. Worth $280K
Call 772-287-1614, 502 E. Tarpon
N. Port, Steal my home $149,900
3/2/2, built in 2000 941-626-3230
$139,900
1470 Rival Ter. PC 3/2 Salt Waterfront
941-626-6600 Worth $280K
168 Barre $139,900
NEED A MORTGAGE? 941-626-3230
100% Investor Financ-
ing PC, Owner Finance
Call Kazwell. 2BR/2Bath/lcg,
(941)-625-0015 Pool Hm, $5K down/
No Port POOL Home $992 per month pyt
3/2/2 over 1,600 Air, w/d 20392 Calder Ave
Pics at www.lexbay.com 941-626-6600
$1,170 (859) 963-6468
RENT or OWN PC-Steal my
NEW 4/2/2, 2000sf, Canal Home
$1190.1st &sec. IMMED 554 Lindley Terr.
OCCUPANCY 941-504-2995 3BR/2Bath/Carport
Sacrifice NICE HOUSE!!! $144,900
941-769-1451
$140,000, 4/2, corner
lot. Must sell! 941-539-
6902 or 305-801-5265 Port Charlotte 4/2.
New: A/C, windows, car-
WHY RENT? Buy our house! pet & tile. Scrn lanai.
No bank qualifying. Bad Corner lot. Ideal loca-
credit okay. Low dn pmt. tion. Great buy!
Easy monthly pmts. New $129,900.
2007 3/2/2, off Atwater 941-456-8149
Drive. Call Bob at (941)-


358-9936.


1025 PT CHAR
FOR SALE
3br/2ba/CP, remod-
eled, swimming pool,
fenced yard, central
heat/air, sunroom,
$145,000.
(775)-690-5332


Rates are low. buy your
piece of paradise now.
Pre-qualify w/Paradise
Mgt. 941-575-5626
Renovated 3/1 lanai, cust.
cab. NEW: roof, firs, kit.
apple, boxed shed $147K.
Fnan 5%. 941- 629-6329


1027 SOUTH VENICE
FOR SALE

BRAND NEW 2 Homes
to choose from 3/2/2.
$189,9000
2972 Nocturne Rd
$199,900 .
976 Seneca Call today
owner/broker 941-497-
2763
or 270-2650

GREAT FLOOR PLAN,
2BR w/2 full baths,
Family room, inside
utility. Terrific rental
or 1st time buyer! You
can be happy here!
$155,000 941-486-
9037

1028 VENICE FOR SALE

S163K VENICE E,
3/2/1.5 &$159K VENICE



AUCTION
3/3 Lak'e & Pool
SUN. Oct. 28, 2007
2-4PM
Opening Bid $369K
1444 Trune Way,
Venice.
972-333-5896
Jacaranda Pool hm
923 E. Kathy Ct., @ unbe-
lieveable $225,000
The Verity Team Century
21 Almar 941-268-1930
VENICE GARDENS, 2/2/2,
2438sf, Lots new, city
water, Great house!
Needs shrubs $159K
941-408-2300

Venice- Steal my home
4BR/2Bath/lcg
$149,900
849 Mangrove Rd
941-926-0022

1029 SARASOTA
FOR SALE
ADULTS UNDER 55 OK
FOR THIS UNIT!!!!
Immaculate maintenance
free villa in gated Venetian
Falls community. Beautiful-
ly appointed clubhouse
with pools, fitness center,
bocce ball courts, comput-
er room, billards, meeting
rooms and more, Conve-
niently located with proxim-
ity to area beaches, shop-
ping, dining, schools, golf
and all major area high-
ways. Come enjoy these
numerous amenities and
the Florida lifestyle with the
ease of maintenance free
living in this bright comfort-
able villa. $266,900
Bernii Coppola
941-504-7099
COPPOLA REALTY GROUP


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1029 SARASOTA
FOR SALE
CUSTOM BUILT W/
LAKE VIEW.
Magnificent lake side
3br/3ba and den custom
home with all the extra
builder touches and
upgrades! Oversized 3 car
garage with extra door
height, custom pool and
spa, and plenty of storage.
Updated kitchen and
baths, wood shutters,
extra lighting, outdoor
shower and more. Pavered
driveway and pool deck.
Proximity to Pine View
schools, area beaches,
major highways, shopping
and dining. $524,000 Tom
Coppola 941-504-7152
COPPOLA REALTY
GROUP
DOWNTOWN
SARASOTA LIVING IN
LAUREL PARK
Completely remodeled bun-
galow cottage, built in
1925 with two bedrooms
one batha nd detached,
one car.gqrage. Updated
kitchen with granite coun-
'tertops and stainless stee
appliances. Re-finished
original wood floors and
professionally painted tnte-
rior and exterior. Large
screened front porch and a
large screened rear proch
overlooking the tropical
back yard featuring a large
oak tree, coconut palma
nd flowering bougainvillea.
Must be seen to fully be
appreciated. $359,000
David Ivester
941-321-8570
COPPOLA REALTY
GROUP
CLASSIFIED
SELLS
CALL TODAY!
941-207-1200
Venice/Englewood
North Port areas
OR
941-206-1200
Pt. Charlotte Areas
DOWNTOWN
SARASOTA LIVING IN
LAUREL PARK
Completely remodeled bun-
galow cottage, built in
1925 with two bedrooms
one batha nd detached
one car garage. Updated
kitchen with granite coun-
tertops and stainless stee
appliances. Re-finished
original wood floors and
professionally painted tnte-
rior and exterior. Large
screened front porch and a
large screened rear proch -
overlpoking the tropical
back yard featuring a large
oak tree, coconut palma
nd flowering bougainvillea.
Must be seen to fully be
appreciated. $359,000.
David Ivester
941-321-8570
COPPOLA REALTY
S GROUP -
GREAT PRICE
-GREAT VALUE!
Move in Ready. Newly
updated 2br/2ba w/ den.
concrete block construc-
tion. New appliances, new
tileand wood flooring; new
lanai, fenced back yard,
Proximity to community
boat ramp, nature park,
area beaches nd major
highways, $169,900
Bernii Coppola
941-504-7099
COPPOLA REALTY GROUP
GREAT SPACE,
GATED COMMUNITY!
Maintenance free and spa-
cious town home.
3BR/2.5BA/2 car garage
and glass enclosed Florida
room. 2124 sqft, deck,
community pool and
"under 55 okay" Proximity
to Golf area beaches,
major highways, shopping
dining! $314,000
Bernii Coppola
941-504-7099
COPPOLA REALTY
GROUP
WEST OF THE TRAIL -
Full of Character & Charm.
Comply. updated 1925
Craftsman style cottage
located int he granada
neighborhood, Less than a
block from Siesta Drivea
nd only minutes to the
beaches. Stunning hard-
wood floors, 3br/2.5ba,
Lg. Master suite, comply.
with custom fixtured walk
in closet and an incredible
cherry granite and marble
bath. Kitchen finished in
cherry granite & SS and
Gorgeous. Plenty of room
for pool, bike to the
beach, take a walk along
the tree canopied streets.
Enjoy sitting on your open
porch Dont miss this beau-


ty. $624,000
David Ivester
941-321-8570
COPPOLA REALTY
GROUP
NEED CASH?
Have A Garage
Sale!


1030 WATERFRONT
HOMES


3/2/1 GULF ACC. boat lift,
10 mins out, close to
stores, lease option, rent.
Make offer 941-740-1434
3/2/2 gulf access,
pool, boat lift.
(941)-624-2568

IL K
A MUST SEE!
Riverfront w/gulf
access!! Move right in.
3/3/2, oversized pool.
dock & seawall.
Appraised in 2006 for
$500,0000. Now
$369,000. Owner will
consider lease option.
Call (941)716-0040
or (941)-423-1313
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BEACH COMPLEX, canal,
3/3.5 pool & spa. handicap
access 2667 sf. Appraised
at $525K. 941- 815-6797
Complementary Market
Analysis for your home.
View my website at
www.loriannmertens.com
RE/MAX ANCHOR REALTY
941-457-7072
Distress Sale $340K
Canal Home PGI
Gulf Access Homes Team
Dudley Kearney743-6984
A Bargain Hunters Delight
Check the
Classifieds first!
A Whole Marketplace of
shopping is right at your
fingertips!
Call The Sun Classifieds
Today!
From Venice, Englewood,
North Port Areas
Call 941-207-1200
'From Pt. Charlotte Areas
Call 941,206-1200
Gulf Access 2005 2/2
M.H., 55+, reduced to
$129K, includes share'&
furnishings 781-608-8943

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terfront Homes

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3/2/1, 1 Bridge,
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$200,000

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$450,000
**************** *
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1030 WATERFRONT 1040 CONDOSNILLAS
HOMES FOR SALE
PC Beach 2 Houses DEVELOPER'S
Fero 4/3.5, pool,
sailboat water! 3800 sf CLOSE-OUT!
& 3/2 waterview 2050 LAST 3 UNITS -
sf. $735K & $220K Low $200's
850-567-7978 VILLAS AT
SHELLS BURNT STORE ISLES
2 BRs, Den/3rd BR
REALTY 2 Baths, 2 Car Garage
2494 Vankeuren Dr., Cathedral Ceilings, Lanai
Custom 3/2/3, built Visit our Model at:
2002, 160' on access 3700 Tripoli Blvd., PG
canal nr Riverwood, OPEN: 12-4 Wed.-Sun.
dock/lift/pool $499,900 (or by appointment)
Kent Wolfe (941)-504- Ask about the
4019 "Developer Incentives"
Waterfront off of Lemon FLORIDA
Bay, 3BR/2BA, office, HERITAGE REALTY, INC.
fully furn., set up. as a 941-637-0;32
vacation rental w/4 web-
sites already estab- EL JOBEAN, 2/1 Villa, scr.
lished. 2 car oversized lanai, water view, cath. ceil-
garage, swimming pool, ings, fans, quiet. Must sell.
boat dock & lift, fish $110K Pool. 941475-2533
cleaning station. OWNER
MUST SELL! BUY IT!
852 E. 6th St., Engle- SELL IT!
wood FIND IT!,
$290K obo (775)-690- SUN CLASSIFIEDS!
5332


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1040 CONDOSNILLAS
FOR SALE
1/1 condo Venice. FL low
maint, covered parking,
pets OK handyman, work
started $75,000. Open io
offers. (941)-423-6376
lbr/1.5ba Quail's Run
Condo in Engl. 55+ htd
pool. 2nd fir, new apple. &
ac, Nr beach. Immac.
$119,500. 941-475-8844
2/2 D.C. Golfers Dream,
furnished, granite, wood
floors, awesome views.
Owner-Agent $130K (941)
698-4653
2/2 PC. Cedar Woods.


HERITAGE OAK PARK
BY OWNER
1st floor condo
2/2 breakfast nook
Like New
Now $124,900
Best Location
Best Price
941-457-6811



PRICE REDUCED!
HERITAGE OAK PARK
FOR SALE BY OWNER

2/2/2, + DEN
PAID $217,000
SACRIFICE $139,000.


pool, 1st fIr. W/D includes CALL OWNER
water. Must sell. $90,000. 941-627-2067
obo. (941)-624-5234
The VIN VENICE IT'S
S BIRD BAY VILLAGE
-M. l. e \W. CONDOMINIUMS!
Pools, Tennis & Golf
PUT CLASSIFIED I Maintenance Free
PUT DECLASSIFIED WHY PAY MORE!
TO WORK "Buyers Market For Now"
FOR YOU! PRICES SLASHED!
Here are 4 great examples.
FIND A JOB! 720 BB Dr W 2/2 $219,90C
663 BB Cr 2/2 $195K
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BUY A CAR! 638 BBDr E/112 3/2 $178,50C
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2/2 Condominium MUST SELL 3BR/2BA,
Sailboat Water, Dock, Deep Creek. Pool & lake.
70 other properties $179,900. Nancy (727)-
S other r s 42-4303 Owner/Agent
Oct. 27, Live, in Person,
Phone or Online Bidding NEED A MORTGAGE?
Va De Re A100% Condo Financing
Call Kazwell
or..r(941) 625-0015
OWNER FINANCING
Bright & Beautiful, on the Low Down Pmt. 2/2
Gulf of Mexico, Manasota Condo, good area, pool.
key, Fantastic views from Call 941-380-5626 or
this 3 bedroom gorgeous 941-625-0015
penthouse condo. 2 PC, Newly redecorated
pools, spa, garage, plus 2/2 Condo in well
many many upgrades. maintained community.
Engelwood Realty, Inc Close to everything.
941-474-6000 Asking $89,900. FSBO
Call 941-391-2551
ADVERTISE REDUCED $79,940
In 2/2, furn. pool, tennis, 55+
No pets. 21320 Brinson,
The Classifieds! PC. 941-587-8572


1040 CONDOSNILLAS
FOR SALE
Venice Island 55+, 2br/2ba
end unit, unfurn. 1st floor,
cvd parking $850/mo 941-
486-3534
VENICE ISLAND Single
Story Unit, 2/1 Turnkey.
Close to beach, walk
downtown. Everything
Newly remodeled.
$148,000 941-650-5309
VENICE ISLAND, Water-
front of Venice, 2/2,
den, on ICW, walk to
beautiful downtown
Venice. $749K (941)-
484-8282 or 468-1903
Well maintained 2/2 fur-
nished freestanding
condo, Circlewood,
Venice, Relaxed Iving, two
pools .Possible Owner
Financing. Englewood
Realty, Inc 941-474-6000

1060 TOWNHOUSES
FOR SALE
Family oriented or party
loving! Your search ends
with this beautiful tri level
villa/townhouse located
on Gulf of Mexico, Mana-
sota Key. Professionally
decorated two bed/two
bath. Gulf views! Big pool!
Fantastic grounds!
Englewood Realty, Inc.
941-474-6000

1070 DUPLEXES
FOR SALE
$142,000, 2/1, scr. lanai,
W/D hookup, good rental
history, conveniently loc.
Must sell. 941-685-7612
Pt. Charlotte, 3/1 & 3/1
Gross rents. S1,445/
mo. Sell for $135,000
w/new loan. $145,000
Owner Finance. 21307
& 11 Coulton Ave. (off
Harbor Blvd.)
(775)690-5332
2BR/1BA & 3BR/1BA.
341 & 343 Granada
Blvd. North Port, FL
34286 Owner needs to
sell!!! $137,500 (775)-
690-5332
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DUPLEX
NO MONEY DOWN
2 AVAILABLE
239-571-8239
Income Property 3 units
bring in $1,300, Fuly
occupied, turnkey, over
$400 cash flow per month.
Let me show you the
numbers. $115,000firm
(941)-875-9023
INVESTOR ALERT- Arcadia
duplex, remodeled, CHA,
ceramic tile thruout. $104k.
Will consider lease option.
$5k down. (941)876-3636

1075 TRI-PLEX
FOR SALE
Engle. SELLER FINANCING.
Low down. Easy terms.
Close to beach. $249,900
352-201-0658

1090 MOBILE HOMES
FOR SALE
** 3 yr old double wide,
2BR/2BA, huge wood
deck in Windmill Vill. Sail-
boat access. New Price
$84,900. 941- 623-8423


1090 MOBILE HOMES
FOR SALE
24x41 2br/lba Park
Model, across from heated
htd pool, on Myakka Rvr,
$21K OBO 941-240-8703
BEAUTIFUL 4 STAR adult
MHP comm., lot fees start-
ing at $265/mo. Several
immaculate homes to
choose from. $49,900. to
$120K. For details call
941-356-5308.
FREE boat slips!
55+ boating community
waterfront & interior
homes
& lots in Windmill Vil. MHP,
PG Visit
windmillvillagehomes.com
Jim Schappe,
Gulf Access Homes Inc.
(941)-380-3230
NEW Fleetwood, new
safety codes, 14W, 2BR,
55+ park, Dealer's cost.
$34,500. 941-474-1353
New Homes of Merit,
2/2/CP, shed, fully set-up
in beautiful park in PG
$69,900, (941)-626-7829
NOKOMIS, Palm & Pines
MHP 55+, 1 & 2BR Start-
inp at $3,500. All refur-
bished. MOVE IN NOW! or
Rent starting at $495
(941)486-3637
PALM HARBOR
4/2 Tile floor, energy pack-
age, Deluxe loaded over
2,200sq ft
30th Anniversary Sale
Special Save $15,000
Call for Free
Color Brochures.
800-622-2832
PALM HARBOR
4/2 Tile floor, energy pack-
age, Deluxe loaded over
2,200sq ft.
30th Anniversary Sale
Special. Save $15,000.
Call for Free Color
Brochures.
800-622-2832
Shell Creek Area-PG
2/2 single wide MH
75x150 lot, water acc,
docking priv, $49,500.
(941) 639-6269.
Totally remodeled Mobile
Home, 2 bdrm, 1 bath,
kitchen, dining area, living
room, Palms & Pines
Resort, MHP on Peace
River, boat ramp, fishing
piers, community hall.
$12,000.00. Call Laurie
941-639-5461,no answer
Call 941- 815-0505.
VENICE ISLE REAL
ESTATE SALES, INC.
55+ Resident Owned
Community.
Uc. R.E. Broker.
941-485-7743 Many
homes to choose from.
VENICE RANCH
24x32, 2BR/1.5BA. Asking
$6000. Furnished.
12x56, 2BR/2BA. Asking
$12,000. Furnished.
55+ Comm. NO PETS.
Others to choose from.
www.veniceranch.com
Dick or Steve (941)-488-
5672

1095 MANUFACTURED
HOMES
Brand new 3BR/2BA mod-
ular on 1.7 A. Horses OK.
Rent $1000 mo or sell
$150,000.239-246-8587


1100 TIME SHARE

ONE FLEX WEEK
On Fort Myers Beach.
Call for details. $2000
obo. 941-255-1625
WEEK 46 (sometimes
Thanksgiving) beautiful
Fisherman's Village, PG
$1000. 941-625-5870.

1110 OUT OF
AREA HOMES

ENJOY 55+ LIVING
5 Beautiful Southern Com-
munities for people 55+
NC, SC, GA
Affordable New homes
$85,000 to $150,000
Carefree Living, No Stairs!
Jensen Communities-u
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800-458-6832
jensencommunities.com
Get in on the Good Life-.!
NEWPORT TENNESSEE
3/2/2 CAROL
423-625-1866
www.GolfCourseRoad.com
Own/Rent Your Own
Vacation Home on the
Adriatic Sea. Call for
Details! 262-968-2918

Say goodbye
to hurricanes, traffic
jams, and high
Prices!

Visit our new Palm
Harbor Homes deed
restricted community
just 40 miles north of
the Florida line, conve-
niently located 15 mins
between Thomasville
and Moultrie, Georgia.
Complete 1 acre
land/home packages,
plus all improvements.
Starting at $ 89,900
for 3 BR 2 BTH homes.
Taxes & Insurance
approximately
$1200.00 annually.
Cepcot Meadows
(229) 985-1145
or EMAIL
mattcolandbrokers
@gmail.com

SC, Near Greenwood Lake,
5 acres, 3 bd/2ba brick
w/walkout basement,
$159,900. Additional 33
acres avail. Visit
www.parksetting.com
for info.. Debbie Crow,
Coldwell Banker TNR
(864)-554-1108

1205 LEASE OPTION

RENT TO OWN
E. ENGLEWOOD
5BR/2.5BA, 2900SF,
Built 2007 or 2br/2ba
Pet frinedly w/ fenced
yard. Call for details.
(941)-697-9763
A FURNISHED sailboat
waterfront 3/2/2 home.
Lease option. Edgewater
$329k (239)-821-4750
N.P. Bit 2000, Nice 3/2/2,
City Water, $995/mo. $6000
Rent Credit. Call for Details.
Broker (603)-7599000
Lake Suzy home w/lake-
view fully furnished turnkey,
pool 3/2/2, 1,750 sf. a/c,
$1,395 mo. 6 mo. min. No
pets, no smoking, (954)-
560-5872 or (941) 830-
8320


1205 LEASE OPTION
Owner financing 100%.
Take over existing pay-
ments. Totally renovated,
wood firs., granite, dock,
300' canal, 1 bridge out,
170 Buckeye Ave. Bal.
$395K. (407)-709-6174
Punta Gorda, 3BR/1BA +
office & carport, 1018
Ansin St, 0 down, owner
finance, take over existing
payments, new windows &
roof, central air. $152,000
(941)-875-9023
RENT TO OWN BRAND
NEW 3/2/2 POOL HM.
SS appl. granite, tile
$1400 mo Englewood
941-468-0124
Rent to Own,
$895 Moves you right
in! Credit back every
month. N. Port, 3/2,
City Water & Sewer,
Great Area!
(941)-716-4451
Rotonda 5 Great
houses Lock in today
prices while renting.
Starting @ $1250/mo
Flex. terms. Ron
941-223-4781
S. GULF COVE.
Pet friendly!!
2-3BR/2ba
fenced yard, 2 sheds,
$1000/mo 1/2 Rent
towards purchase.
$175K 941-697-9763

1210 HOMES FOR RENT

#1 Eagles Watch Prop
Mgmt Affordable 2-3
Bdrm Homes READY
NOW! Let us find one
for you! 941-408-8277
www.EaglesWatchPrope'ies.c
omn
$$ Save, October rent free!
Venice, 10min from hwy 75,
3/2/2 upgrades, comm.
pool, $1,100/mo. Great
cond. Quiet area, Lawn-
care incl. Pets OK. 845-674-
1587 Call for virtual tour.
BUY IT!
SELL IT!
FIND IT!
SUN CLASSIFIED!
$$*$975 A 3/2/2 Port
Charlotte on canal, harbor
access, boat dock, quiet
area. 561-251-5119.
$0 Rent Until Sept 1.
2007 Absolutely the
Best Deal!
North Port
4br/2ba/2cG,
1,471sf., Single-Fami-
ly Homes,
S799/month
No Application fee,
$199 move in fee on
approved credit.
941-423-8837
$159,900 New 3 BR's
Own! No Cash Down
Down! 941-270-1461
ActivityRealtyCo.com
$800 NICE 3/2/1 Port
Charlotte All. Tile, New
Kitchen & baths Good area.
Pets ok. 941-743-2040
**1 MONTH FREE!**
2/1/1 Home in NP,
$700/mo. 1st & Sec.
941-379-6343
**Engl 2/2 w/Den lyr
New, Comm. Pool, Lawn &
Cable incl. Rent or Lease
Option, Ron 941-544-6896


1210 HOMES FOR RENT

**Featured Home**
2/2 Home, 1 car
garage, comm. pool.
20013 Beule, PC
$650
2 Bedroom
6637 Rue $500
GCP #102 $550
6351 Myrtlewood$600
3261 Mill Run $650
3937 Corvette $670
5177 Chaves $700
130 Concord $800
3 Bedroom
5691 Kismet $750
18354 Eblis $775
6114 Legend $800
23233 McBurney$800
Condos 2 & 3 Bdrms
$600 $1800 ALL
AREAS!
941-629-1121
www.allfloridarealtv.com
*TIRED OF RENTING?
Rent to own, 3/2.
$975/mo. Low Option Fee.
NoA/Limited Credit OK. Call
Now! 941-587-3662
1 MONTH FREE with 12
mo. lease. Deep Creek,
new 4/2/2, 1800SF.
$1,195/mo. annual,
(317)-538-6800
* 3 & 4br Brand New,
Spacious, North Port
Homes, Rent or Lease
Option, Flexible Terms
941-223-6067 owner bro-
ker

/ 157 Beeneyv\
4/2 Waterfront w/pool,
min. from Harbor, Port
Charlotte $1,550
18198 Griffen
Large 3/2/2 with pool
Port Charlotte $1,300
PETS WELCOME /

1906 SF, 3/2/2, all tile,
upgraded kit., screened
lanai, Burnt Store Lakes,
$1250. 941- 815-4013
1A Bay view, canal, 3/2/2, 3
min to Gulf across from
Stump Pass. Vry Deep water,
OK for 2-3 large boats. Rent
or rent to buy 9414746633
2 & 3BR's from $775/mo.
incl lawn care! N. Port to
Osprey. RE/MAX Effort
Realty 485-7740
www.effort.com
2 Homes'for rent. 3/2/2
$950/mo and Lg. 3/2/2
with lanai $1100/mo no
deposit, move right in!
(941)-628-5278
2/1/1'Very Clean WD, Nice
Yard Nice Neighborhood
$750/mo. 941-743-0665
2/2 in central Pt. Charlotte.
Large yard in quiet area.
$795/Mo. plus deposit.
941-276-2662
22322 Catherine Ave,
Pt. Char. 3/2/1
$780 mo
239-437-6892
2br/lba, Laundry Rm,
Huge Fenced Yard in N.
Port, $995/mo. (941-423-
4601/(262)-968-2918
2br/2br, Fully Fenced Yard,
S. Sarasota. $775 + Utils.
(941)-914-2233 or 400-
1785
3/2/1 Homes $700
per month.
Diane L. Deily
Lic. RE Broker
(800) 785-9555


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Close to Beaches and Marinas. Fabulous Lifestyle.
Riverwood Resales Mid 200's to Over 1 Million.
From Rt. 41 and 776 in Murdock, go west on 776 about
4 miles to entrance
Come Visit or Call 941-743-9663 or 1-800-874-1869

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Unit #807 11324 SW Essex Dr.
11644 Egret This unit is priced to sell
This unit is priced to sell $205,000. Double attached
$134,950. 2/BDRMS 2 BA garage. 2 BR, den, 2 BA. This unit
has been completely redone. New
Conan countertops. Upgraded kitchen cabinets, appliances, new
cabinets & carpet, tile floors, bathrooms, fireplace and laundry
MLS#673368. room. Located on the 11th fairway
of Kingsway Country Club.
MLS#679270.
z JILL BROUWER REAL ESTATE BROKER
P JILL'S PHONE 941-766-1606 OR 941-276-4459


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3700 Tripoli Blvd.
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Cathedral Ceilings, Lanai
Ask about the "Developer Incentives"
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1210 HOMES FOR RENT
3/2/2 Executive Home,
Waterfront, pool, Presti-
gious Port Charlotte area,
$1350 941-539-5932
3/2/2, IN NORTH PORT.
Carpet, Tile. MOVE-IN
TODAY for $1075. Call
941-628-2606.
AFFORDABLE HOMES
$625 & up, 4BR $975 & up!
www.flarentals.net
Realty Mgmt 941- 625-
3131 or 877-655-3131
Affordable Englewood
Canal homes with
docks/lift. 2/1/dock only
$850 p/m and a 3/2/1
with dock and lift only
$1,100.
Call 941-661-3240
Kathy Clarius
RentMeFlorida.com








OVER 57 HOME LISTINGS
DUPLEX(2TO CHOOSE FROM),,,,,S-0.-
TWO BEDROOM HOMES,..4S750.50
THREE BEDROOM HOMES,$700-$1100
FOUR BEDROOM HOMES....$1025-$11400
POOLHOMES.,,,.,,,..........$.... 00 $1700
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*Homes/Condos as low
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Annual & Seasonal
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M&M Prperty MGMT
Inc.
CALL (941) 473-9616
or visit us at our web-
site:
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ANNUAL/SEASONAL
2BR/2BA Recently renovat-
ed, and never rented.
Fenced Back Yard,
Screened Lanai with Hot
Tub. Community Pool, Play-
ground, & Clubhouse. 1789
Birch Dr., Venice Gardens
$1250/mo. lst/L/Sec 941-
650-1789
Arcadia,Modular 4/3 on ac.
w/ pasture & barn.Lease
option $1200 home $300.
barn & pasture.$500. Sec.
call (863)491-8242 or aft
5pm & wknds 863-558
1113
AVAILABLE NOW!!!
Thomas Ryan
Real Estate Mgmt. Inc.
941- 8334777
ANNUAL RENTALS AS
LOW AS $595/MONTH!
1/1 HOMES TO 4/3
HOMES AVAILABLE!
INQUIRE ABOUT OUR
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AND SEASONAL
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AWESOME! $875 & up
New Homes, 1600 2200
SF. Free Washer & Dryer
1st & security. Pets. Cal
Mike at (941) 204-0031
BARNES & PHILLIPS
REAL ESTATE Inc.
743-4260
ANNUALS

2 Bdrms $600 $750
3 Bdrms $675 $825
NEW 3 Bedrooms
$800 $1,100
2 & 3 bedroom Condos
$700 $875
Homes with pools
$850 $1,200
Call about our move-in
Specials!
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Beautiful Port Charlotte
Rental on West Tarpon
Blvd. 3/2 pool home on
salt water canal with dock
and lift. Asking $1,400
p/m -Easy terms!
Call 941-628-0949 Connie
Nowell/
RentMeFlorida.com
BRAND NEW W/POOL "
3/2.5/2 w/Roman. tub
Located in Burnt Store
Village. 239-789-5980
Brand new, w/pool
3/2.5/2 upgraded inside.


Located in Burnt Store
Village. 239-789-5980
BRAND NEW 3/2/2, den
great loc. in North Port
$1050 mo. Must See!! Cal
941-815-2152 for details.
, BSI waterfront. Luxur
32/2. Pool, dock, lift. Sai
boat access. Annual or sea
sonal. Furnished or unfur
nished. $1,450 annual
unfurnished. (941) 639
1503 or (239) 229-1347


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1210 HOMES FOR RENT 1210 HOMES FOR RENT
Burnt Store Meadows, PG ENGLEWOOD, downtown
3/2/2 former model home, area, 1/1+carport, lanai,
built 2004, 7445 S. Seagrape $525/mo. +util. 1st/
$1200/mo. (941) 875-5366. Lst/Sec. (941)-716-3090
Burnt Store Village, Corner ENGLEWOOD, Newly ren-
lot, brand new construc- ovated 3/1, fenced yard,
tion, 3/2.5/2cg, large fami- Pets ok$80
ly room (239)-789-5980 (732)-245-9591
Cape Haze 2/2/2 new. ENGLEWOOD;Cedar St.,
condo. All the amenities. 2br/O2a Cotta rhs
Water & cable included! 2br/2ba Cottage, porches
Only $899 p/m. Gr. location $900 mo. +1
First month FREE! mo Sec. 941483-6323
Call 941-266-4312 Cozy 3br/2ba/lcg in Engl
Janeene Abde Deep Water Canal w/Dock
Rent Me Florida.com $1000/mo. lst/L/Sec.
Char. Harbor (941)-346-1418
2bd/2ba/2cg with lanai. ENGLW, 2-3/3/2, 1800sf,
Waterfront w/dock, nice Lrg Crnr Lot, on Forked
area, ns/np,$1,050/mo. Crk, No Bridges to Gulf,
(239)-821-8252 $1,150 Ist/Lst/Sec.
CHARLOTTE HARBOR, cin, (941)650-8656
cute, 2/1 cottage, Ig yard, CILASSIF iE
W/D, $600. Tropical set-
ting. (941)-927-9176 MAiSSEL
Deep Creek $995
26442 Copiapo Circle If
TileFloors-Lge Corner Lot S
Custom Oak Cabinets ERA
www.pelicanpm.com
Uc Broker 941-232-8223 .For a Complete List Go To
S/2/2 p eraportcharlotte.com
Deep Creek 3/2/2, pool, $475 55+......1/1 PC
hot tub, next to golf course $495 ...................2/1 PC
on lake. $1100 + dep. $600 .........2/1 PC
(941)-662-5544 $650.........2/2 condo PC'
DEEP CREEK, beautiful 2004 795..........2/1.5/CP-PC
3/2/2, Tiled N/S, P ............... 3/2/21 PC
3/2/2, Tiled N/S, N/P. $600................2/1/1-PG
$1000/mo. Lawncare incl, $700 2/2 condo, new DC
1st/Lst/Sec. (941-740-1417 $850...................3/2/2 NP
DEEP CREEK. Spacious $1000.... 3/2/2 just bRt.- NP
2/1, Ig. Fla. room, beautiful $990.....2/2, poo-NP
area, like new. $800. GREG S. Gulf Cove
(305) 506-5809 S. Gulf Cove
(305) 506-5809. 4/2/2........$1100
DEEP CREEK 4bd/ Gulf Cove
1800 2S New Home 3+/2.5/2 lots of grades
w/Lanai $995 mo 1st, last $1150
& sec. 941-875-2418 FREE Lawn Svc. at Hamp-
Dp. Ck. Beautiful ton Point Apts. Call about
3/2/2 Pool our huge 3 & 4 bedroom
26546 Trinilas apt homes 941-979-1001
$1095 626-3230 GARDENS GULF COVE
3/2/1 new bath, new
E ENGL, New 3/2/2, tile, new kitchen & carpet
Energy Efficient, Save $800.
on Utils, Pets okay, -2/2/1 new carpet, tile.
$1050 (941- 504-8083 $750.
E. ENGLEWOOD WEST COAST PROP.
2/1, $725/mo. MGT 941-473-0718
Call 941-544-1705 RentalsFlorida.net
E. Englewood 3/2/2, GDNS of Gulf Cove, bright
pool, separate workshop, wtrfront, 3/2/1 htd comm
immaculate, close to pool, countless amenities,
schools, shopping, beach- $950+Sec (941)-276-5943
es, $1,200 mo. or lease Gorgeous Venice Rental 3
option. (941)-876-0245 bedroom, 2 bath, pool
E. ENGLEWOOD, 2/2 home in the desirable
W/pool & garage. Lakes of Jacaranda
$950/mo. (941)-270-199 Community of Venice
35/2 o. O9420 0 Rent now only $1,295
E. ENGLEWOOD: p/m. Call 941-266-4312
3/2/2 lanai, quiet $900 Janeene Abde/
2/2/2 den water inc RentMeFlorida.com
$950. ,Great 2 bedrm Pt Char.


WEST COAST
PROP.MGT
941-473-0718
RentalsFlorida.net
East Englewood & Port
Charlotte, 3/2/2'or
4/2/2 for $950.
Pool homes also avail.
Jerry Tomlinson
(941)-258-5880
ENG: HORSE LOVERS
House/Barn/Stalls 6
acres. Riding trails
nearby. $1200.
Waterfront 2/2/1 $895.
WEST COAST PROP. MGT
941-473-0718
RentalsFlorida.net
ENGL, BEAUT. NEW
HOMES in S. Gulf Cove,
4/2/3cg, $1200/mo.
Negotiable
(941)-697-0446/286-
5087
Shells Realty, John Stem-
berg
ENGL. GULF COVE New
3/2 on S/W canal incl.
dock, seconds to open
water. Dog ok. $995/mo.
(941)-286-0880
ENGLE/S VENICE 3BR
3B/3CG pvt. 1 acre lot,
near beach, pool, fresh
paint, spotless $1400+
util./mo. 404-610-2341
ENGLEWOOD, 3br/lba,
$775 3br/2ba, FL Room,
Screend Lanai $900.
(941)-473-0973
ENGLEWOOD, E 3rd St.
2br/lba, new kitchen, all
new appli, Ig lanai,
$650/mo. lst/Lst/Sec.
(941-4734168
Englewood Pine Lakes
3/2/2cg, Fla room, nice
quiet area avail Nov 16
$1300mo 941475-2288
Englewood 2/2 w/ garage
avail immed. $825/mo
pets ok. Lease option
poss. (941)-270-1711
ENGLEWOOD N. Walk to
Manasota Bch, nice 2/2 split,
CHA, gar., Irg lanai,
$995.+Util. 732-2694587
EngI, 2/2/1 Irg encl. lanai,
fenced yard, lyr lease
$950/mo Last & Sec. 1st
Month Free (941)474-5036
Englewood, 2BR, Bay front
Estate. Priv tropical paradise
w/dockage, Immaculate.
Ann/Seas. (941)716-2552
Englewood, 720 Alizarine
Ln., 1 1/2BR/2BA, pool,
furn., with elect & water incl.
$1,200 (941).22-2410


New Kit, new apple, wash-
er/dryer incl. 1 & ?bath.
$700/mo PLUS utilities.
Discount offered for
long term lease. MUST
PASS CREDIT CHECK.
Call 203-378-8993 or
email
kiddos@ootonline.net
Gulf Cove 3/2/2, unfur-
nished. 5569 Gillot blvd.
$1000 mo., 1st., last sec.
(941)-624-0355
****. **-** **
PORT CHARLOTTEWa-
terfront Homes

TAKE ADVANTAGE
NOW!
3/2/1, 1 Bridge,
5 Minutes out.
$1,000 mo.

3/2/2 Sailboat Water
Pool, 2 Minutes out.
$1,300 mo.

Possible Financing or
Rent to Own
*****630)****-96****4-2834
(630)-964-2834


Harbour Heights 2/2/car-
port, Washer & Dryer,
$750 mo. Call 941-815-
8818


Hot Rentals -
Immediate Occupancy
2/2 Sailboat Waterfront
Furnished Condo, pool -
PGI $950
3/2 Waterfront Condo
w/Dock, pool -PGI $950
2/2 Condo in Burnt
Store Meadows, pool
$750
2/2 Furnished Condo
Downtown Venice Island
$1200A/$1800S
4/2/2 Newer Home in
Deep Creek $1195
4/3/2 7 Acre Equestrian
Estate, pool, barn
$2300
Call Maggie Lipke,
941-391-7503


1210 HOMES FOR RENT


InvestorsChoice
A Faith Based Business
North Port
3/2 Churchill $900/A
3/2 Snowflake $1250/A
3/2 Ashand $950/A
3/2 Seaport $950/A
2/2 Myrtle $850/A
3/2 Sage Bloom $900/A
Engeewood
3/2/ Marcum St $ 900/A
3/2/2 S. Lake Dr $3000/S
3/2 Clewiston $2600/S
2/2 Wildflower $2300/S
2/2 Manasota bch condo
$3000/S
2/1.5 Morning Dove $650/A
2/2 Green $900/A
2/2 Pend duplex $700/A
2/2 Broadway $1850/A
RotBnda
3/2 Oakland Hils F $1000/A
2/2 Duplex Boundry $600/A
2/2 Oakland Hills PI $850/A
2/2 Natures Trail $850/a
2/2Apts. $700/A
Port Charlotte:
3/2 Lakeland,pool $2600/S
3/2 Arapahoe $2200/S
3/2 Thorman F $1100/A
3/2 Biltoe $950/A
2/2 Abscott $ 800/A
3/2 Yukon $1350/A


1210 HOMES FOR RENT

New Rentals!
Short Commute!
New Rentals!
Brand NEW Homes *
*Short Commute*
3/2/2 1,520 sq ft
4/2/2 & Pool Homes Avail.
Rentals as low as
$845/MONTH!!!
NORTH PORT CAPE
CORAL-LEHIGH ACRES
Contact Brian Fischer
(941)-240-6404
Se hablo espanol:
(866)-441-1405
BrianFischer@gulfstreamrealty.com
www.GulfstreamRealty.com

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3/2 Braemar $1500/A 2br/2ba garage, 520 Aca
cia Ln, furnished.
Cathy Ledford, Mgr. $950/mo. Annual, N/S,
(Need Help?) /P. (941492-7831
941-681-1189 P ()-73
941475-7011 NOKOMIS, 2br/lba, xlrg
website: www.icre.us Scmd Porch, W/D Hookup,
Fncd Yard $850/mo.
1st/Sec. (941)485-3852
LEASE OR PURCHASE! Nokomis-Waterfront, 2/2,
E-Z Terms either way. Nice garage, lanai, shed, dock,
area, 3/1.5+crprt. Take $1,475/mo.
over pymts & own. No (941)-349-6338
qualifying! (941)286-8376 NOKOMIS:
Pool home, 4/2/2. ALSO
LEASE/BUY! OPTION 3BR/2BA, Both Available
No Down, 0 Closing, Nov. 1st (941)-302-0050
100% Fin., $845/mo.
1-866-737-3122 Rent or Lease to Own -
WWW.GCIMIAMI.COM No Bank Qualifying. Low
money down moves you
MANY HOMES AVAIL- in. Your job is your credit.
ABLE FOR LEASE Lease payment. $1,000-
OPTION. No money S1,350/mo. Length of
down.(941)-575-6482 lease 3-12 mos. New in
I 2005. 1,942sf,
4BR/2BA/2CG, 10x12
MURDOCK lanai. Available Now!
MURDOCK Rudy 231-590-3729
*3B, 2BA HOME AT Rudy 231-590-3729
EDGEWATER North Port $650
EDIR IGEWATER 6201 Coniston Terrace
DR./COLLINGSWOOD New Paint City Water
S $700 MO. www.pelicanpm.com
2B, 2BA HOME ON Uc Broker 941-232-8223
SIDNEY TER., TILE
FLOORS $800 MO. North Port 2/1/CP,
3B SALTWATER- very clean, screened
FRONT HOME ON in lanai, $750/mo 1st
O'HARA DR. $900 MO. & Sec. (941)223-7801
Sunbelt Mgmt. Svcs. North Port 3/2/2
(941) 627-9555 many features + diff
MUST SEE!I floor plans avail.
PT. CHARLOTTE Beauti- Starting @ $850/mo +
ful view of canal, 3/2/1 move-in specials!
pool home $1095/mo. Many homes pet
1st & sec. 941-380- friendly! No app fee!
0889 aAction Prop Mgmt-
LicREBroker
N. Port Nice & clean, www.NorthPorlRental.net
3/2/1. No pets. 941-627-5654
$725. 1st & $700 Sec. NORTH PORT 3/2/1 avail.
(94-493-803 11/1/07 large fenced in
N. Port, 6643 Dennison yard. $850 mo. 1st + sec.
Ave. 3br/2ba, comm. 941-650-9920.
pool, clubhouse, $850/ NORTH PORT 3/2/2,
mo. (941)-365-8769 fabulous 1200 SF house
N. Port, 2/1/CP Enclosed & yard. $995/mo.
Lanai, 4611 Los Rios 727-348-1435
$700/mo. lst/Sec, 941- RENT TO OWN!!!
661-5777 3/2/2, N. Port, Scrnd
N. Port, 3BR 2BA Lanai, Irrigation, Cul-de-
w/bonus room, $1100 Sac, $875/mo.
mo. w/sec. dep. Call 772- Fred (941)-322-0181
287-1614
N. Port, BEAUTIFUL, Like *
new 3/2/2, quiet neigh- North Port Adorable
borhood Drive by at 2637 dollhouse, 2-3/2, lanai,
Seagull Ln. $900/mo fenced yd, $800 (941)-
(727)455-0635 426-1849 or 321-7140
N.. Port, Lakefront North Port Brand New
3/2/1, Ig backyard, $950/mo. 1,900 sf
good boating & fishing, under air, 3BR/2BA/2CG,
$895. Tenant w/good Call (941)-374-1833
credit & refs. lst/L North Port grand new
/Sec. Rent to own- 3bd/2ba/2cg, ni6e area,
option. (941)426-7625 near 1-75, schools & shop-
N. Port, Ig 3/2, caged ping. $1,200 mo. (786)-
pool, great house for 346-3761
responsible tenant. North Port, BRAND NEW!
Avail. immed. $895. 3/2/2, formal living, dining
Tenant w/good credit & & separate family room.,
refs. Rentto own large tile throughout, quiet
option. (941)-426-7625 neighborhood $1,000 mo,
N. Port, recently bit 3BR/ (941)457-0727
2BA/2CG, Pool,2100sfliv. North Port, like new,
space, 1-75, RT 41, schools 3/2/2, serene wooded
& shopping, lst/L/Sec Sect setting but close to I 75.
8 welcome. $1400/mo. $895 mo 561-644-2100
9414266217 or 347-721- North Port, new luxury
2958- built '05, 3/2/2 7489
N.P. 3/2/2 city water Batalla, $975 mo. lyr.
$1,075 mo + sec. dep. lease. (786)-255-2805
N/S Or sale $195,000 North Port- From $895
(941)426-2411 2078 Smyer Ave-3/2/2
N.P. 3/2/2 pool, brand 3400 San Mateo-3/2/2
3420 San Mateo-3/2/2
new, private area, upgrad- www.pelicanpm.com
ed kit., $1,200 mo. 1st Lic Broker 941-232-8223
last, sec. 941-815-1128 Po- stm
N.P. 3/2/2. Lanai, Newer 2000 Under A/C-$1,095
Spacious Home w/ 2100sf, Wapello Street
A/C, Vaulted Ceilings, upgrd Custom Home-Must See!B
kit. From $995/mo Consider www.pelicanpm.com
Lse/Own (941)-232-8401 Lic Broker 941-232-8223
N.P. NEW 3/2/2, LR, DR, Northport off Biscayne,
Irg. fam. rm., laundry rm, 3/B 2/B, Sc. Porch 2 car
lanai, W/D. close to 1-75 & gar. $1000 mthly,w/
schools, $1100/mo. Option to Buy (863)-990-
(954)-520-8798 9332


PC 2/1, 1st months
rent FREE + security of
$700. 443-622-7887
or 941-629-6421.

PC 2/1/1 $695
Waterfront
18875 Ashcroft or
5081 Administration
941-626-3230
PC 2/1/CP, near hospi-
tals, Florida room, lanai,
storage, updated, small
pet okay $650 (941)-
766-0503
PC 2/2, poss. 3/2, lanai.
Lg. yard. 376 Yeager.
Avail. Nov 1. Lawn serve
incl. $750. 941-286-3698
PC 2/2/2 + Fam. Rm.,
Immaculate & Large in
New York area. $795
+ SEC. 941-743-8339
PC 3/1 $675
250 Shadow st.
5056 Chaves cir.
941-626-3230

PC 3/2/1 $695
5040 Chaves Cir.
941-626-3230

PC 3/2/1 $750
21451 Olean Blvd.
21880 Felton Ave
941-626-3230
PC 3/2/2 centrally located,
$600 mo. 1st, last & secu-
rity. No pets. Call 941-637-
1239 eves.
PC a nice clean 3/2/cp
convenient location, $725
mo. & $725 sec. Avail
11/01 (508) 477-6284
PC ann. furn., sailboat
water, 3/2/2, Edgewater
area. $1250. mo. (239)-
8214750


property with sailboat
access min. from harbor.
2CG, A/C, appliances,
lanai, pool (svc. incl.)
$1250mo. 262-689-5356
PGI 3/2/2, remodeled,
dock, lift, fenced yard,10
min to harbor, no pets/
N/S, $1200/mo annual
(941)626-1803
PGI, 3 bdrm, 2 bath, single
family, pool, dock/sailboat,
10 min. to Harbor, $1,250/
mo. Annual N/S (239)
571-2287, (239)272-7842
PGI, beautiful sailboat
new granite & S.S kit, new
dock +' spa. $1375/mo.
annual (781)413-5629
PGI-WATERFRONT 3/2/2 5
lots from harbor w/boat lift.
Pool. Will rent dock. $1500
mo 941-391-3364
Port Charlotte $595
1 Bedroom w/Lg Lanai
22062 Gatewood Ave.
www.vellcanpm.com
LiUc Broker 941-232-8223
Port Charlotte $695
2127 Giralda 2 BR 2 BA
New Paint and Carpet
www.pelicanpm.com
Lic Broker 941-232-8223
Port Charlotte 3/2/CP
2515 Tamarind St., CHA,
Ig. lot. $795/mo, 1st, last,
sec. N/P (941-391-4069.
Port Charlotte, nice 3/1, all
tile, includes electric, water,
lawn care $250 week,
(941)-575-6482
Port Charlotte- FURNISHED
2/2/2, sailboat canal home
3/2/2 heated pool,country
RentAHome Srvs637-6797
PORT CHARLOTTE:
Large 2 bedroom, 1
bath, CHA, NEW blinds
and carpets, N/P $600
mo.(941)-743-3489
Port Charlotte 3/2/2, lanai,
appliances. $1000 mo. 1st
& security. 941-628-
9349/941-766-8979
Pt Charlotte $650 Mo
2 Bedroom-Central A/C
3404 Lucerne Terrace
www.pelicanpm.com
Uc Broker 941-232-8223


Immaculate & beautiful,
Ig. lanai, priv, Pets ok.
$1000. 941-740-0761
S Venice, 2/2, 631
Indus, new renovated,
$1,100/mo. st/L/Sec.
Chris (386)-527-0611
S VENICE, 2BR/1BA/1CG,
fully fenced, scmnd lanai, Pet
OK, $850/mo. lst/VL Sec
9414800615 or 726-2273
S. VENICE- 328 PALMETTO
2/1/CP Lanai, Quiet
neighborhood, Pets ok,
$795/mo 941493-7732
S. Venice 2/2/1 tile floors,
lanai, cats welcome. steal
at $800. Also Isi 2/2
w/solar htd pool, $1200
location plus! Call today, my
rentals don't last. Sue Miller,
MatchMaker Homes 941-
480-9090 or 468-9978
S. Venice 4BR/3BA/2CG
Executive home. htd pool,
New in/out, $1500/mo
941-232-5391
So. Punta Gorda Hts.
2/2/1, lanai, beautiful
1/2 acre. Pets OK.
$750 941-661-0002
SO. VENICE, Furn.
2/2/2, No pets. No
smoking. Yearly or sea-
sonal. 941-493-0849


1210 HOMES FOR RENT 1210 HOMES FOR RENT 1210 HOMES FOR RENT
NP a nice 3/2/1 Gr8 PC beautiful 3/2/2 lanai, PT Charlotte 1 bedroom;
location, $750 mo. & new kit., 23074 Rye Ave. 3/2pool waterfront fenced;
$750 sec. Avail., 11/01 $1000. mo. (941)-735- 2/1; Midway/Lakeview
(508) 477-6284 1089/941-391-3484 RentAHomeSrvs637-6797
NP NEW 4/2/2, 2600 PC beautiful waterfront Pt. Char 2/1, lanai, Ig.
SF. Split plan, scrnd 2/1, nice neighborhood, yard, nice area, on canal,
lanai, near schools. Ref. pets ok, $850/mo. or rent clean 160 Rodgers $725,
$1200.954-369-6538 to own, 786-556-5173 lst+Sec. 239-821-4999
PC beautiful 3/2 w/pool & Pt Char. 102 Curds
*IM1M dock on canal, near Mur- Terrace, 4/2 on saieater
NP, furn. 3/2/2 split plan, dock. NS/NP. $1250 mo. canal.$1,050/no.
new paint, quiet area. neg. 615-308-5099. $1,700 moves you In. Pets
new paint, quiet area. 0O. 941-504-5468
Ann/Seas. Call (941)-380- PC spacious 2/1/1, W/D, OK941-504-5468
1311 carpet, painted, nice area, PL Char. 21155Betsi
NP, Lease / rent new no pets 1st sec. $750 mo Ave.,
3/2/2 1700sq. Near I- credit ck. 941-624-0756 2/1/1, $69nmyo.
75. 50% of your rent PC 3/2/2, 2250 SF, formal 941-504-5468
back toward closing living & dining, Ig. yard,
cost. (781)599-7692, $1200, 1st & sec. (941- PT. CHARLOTTE 3/2/2,
(941)256-4103 979-9139 or 303-875- 1900 SF with pool, dock,'
Outstanding deals on new 6004. nice yard, $1450/mo.
3/2/2 & 4/2/2 in North PC, $1000 Moves you in. 727-348-1435
Port, FL. Rents start at 3/1, updated, nicely land- Pt C tte3BR+Offe or
$1100/mo. Suburban escaped. $840/mo. w/ 80% 4th bedroom 2 ng rooms,
Realty (800)-693-9667 rent credit 941429-1285 replace, 2 baths, carport,
workshop, shed. pels OK
P.C. 2/1, $650/mo. PC, 3/2/1 lanai, clean, nice 21298 Hepner, $850/Ano.
Ap pliances, 1ste.& sec yard, tile throughout, pets (941)-875-9023
Call (305) 972-7221. okay, $850 mo. (941)-391-
2665 PL. Charlotte, 2/1
E M PC, 3/2/2 + office, 2yrs. uindela&ry, nice &
P.C. 3/2 pool, boat dock, old w/upgrades, all appl. ce. Aai nOW!$850
sailboat access, $1,250 incl., Irg., lanai, $1,000 moves youin
mo. + dep. No smoking. mo. (941)-875-9058 $625/mo. FRE
Annual. (239) 272-7842 PC, 3BR/2BA/CP, Pool,
P.C. 3/2/1 Canal, dock, spa, $1000/mo incl pool Punta Gorda $12-1300
min to Harbor, awesome maint. 1st & sec. No pets. 3/2/2(B.S Meadows) pool
view, lanai, W/D $1000/mo Nice area! 941- 629-2858, 3/2 (BS Isles) townhouse
1st, last & sec. 1-905-651- cell 815-8687 RentAHomeSvs 637-6797
5983 PC, great 2BR 1BA, 1 car Punta Gorda FURNISHED
P.C. 3BR/2BA/1CG, Appl garage, lanai, nice yard, 3/2/2 PGI pool waterfront
Inc. 857 Webster Ave. nice area. Remodeled. 2/1 lift, country setting
Exc. Cond. $825/mo. 1st $700. (508)-888-7869 RentAHomeSvs 637-6797
& Sec. (941)-362-7522 PC, LAST MO. FREE sev- Punta Gorda Burnt Store
P.C. 4 Bdrm 2 Bath, eral 3/2/2s, very clean, Lakes Nile Ct 3/2/2 +
close to hospital & all tile, pets ok, great den, new 2,232sf, $995
shopping 1 mo. FREEal
RENT. 732-439-3211 locations. Indoor spa. /mo. (239) 919-2243.
P.C. Garage. small 2/1, $875 888-203-4922 Punta Gorda Seminole
FL rm, C/H/A, W/D, PC, Saltwater, 3/2 FL Lakes CC, 2/2, furnished
negot. $600/mo. 2496 room, 10min to Harbor, or un, golf, pool etc. (941)-
Deedra St. 941-474-0395 dock, lift, tip lot, just 575-0020 ann/sea.
P ,remodeled, quiet area, Puna Gorda, 3BR/1BA+
P.C. Immac, good oc, $850 mo.(941-766-0778 office &caport, central ar,
low price! $865- 3/2/2;, e8 mo9s secluded8prilae,
$750- 2/2 CAH city PG 2/1+1 $725 oosedd va
water $1200 /mo. NP 28187 Pasadena Dr. (941)-875-9023
(941) 240-1749 941-626-3230
P.G. B.S.I. executive home PG 2/1, cpt, den, fp, laun-
3/2/2, w/d, on golf dry rm w/Wcpt&D, furn., 1g.
course, 2,000 sq. ft. $925 fen yd, Seas. $850. less suNr REALTY, INC.
mo. Annual, No smoking no n 2554MOR65S REALTY INC.
pets. (9411-505-8201 yrly 941-255-4651
PG. Peace River 4/3/2 PG 2/1, cpt, den, fp, laun- RENTALS NOW
htd.G. pool, verA, wf4/3/2dock dry rm w/W&D, furn., Ig. STARTING@$600mo
htd. poo, 1.5A, wf/dock.fen. yd, Seas. $850. less 941-629-1243

deposit. Annual $1300/ yrly 941-2554651 View ALL online
mo, Seasonal $2000/mo. PG 3313 Sunset Key sunstarrentals.com
914-896-6601 or email condo @ B.S. Marina 3/2 Rent this P.C./Deep Ck. -
gail4456@comcast.net 11440 Fifth 3/2 $895 Brand Niew Condo. 2/2
PC $650 ROSSMAN PROP. MGMT. plus den for only $800.
22094 Marshall Ave 239443-1091 First Month FREE!
2br/lba/lcg PGI 3/2/1 w/pool, sailboat Call 941-628-0949
941-626-6600 dock, annual unfurn. Call Connie Nowell
Debra Peters ReMax RentMeFlorida.com
PC $650 Anchor Realty 286-0201 RESPONSIBLE
3br/lba/As is special PGI Greenbelt 3/2/2, RENTERS NEEDED
2168 Picnic St. new: 2006, pool, 2919 Great house & super
941-626-6600 Magdalena, $1,400 mo Pet deals!! (941)-426-7625
PC $695 ok (941)-769-7766 Riverwood Rentals
3br/lba/carport PGI WATERFRONT canal Reduced Rates
21338 Percy Ave home w/Gulf access. Call Riverwood Realty
941-626-6600 Cozy 2BR ,2 full bath in (941)-743-9663
nuipt arepa A spawalle D lROTONflA 3/2/2


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ONE BEDROOM.................................$ 5
TWOBEDROOM...................575 .415
THREE BEDROOM.............................
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SNORT TERM FURNISHED ALSO AVAIL


PC $795
3br/2ba/lcg
2435 Duke Lane
941-626-6600
PC 2/1 & 3/1 clean,
updated $600 up. 1st L
& $500 sec. 941-916-
0896. Owner/Agent

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1210 HOMES FOR RENT
TONDA W- 3/2/2 w/ pool
on golf course. Ann.
$1,100. + Util. 1st & Sec.
305)-522-3571 Lv. Msg.
Venice E. Gate Area, Clean
2br/2ba/cg, Avail 11/1.
$975 Annual. lst/L/Sec.
(941)-544-5918
VENICE CHESTNUT
CREEK 2/2/2 W/ Sun
room. $1200/mo avail
immed 941-492-2108
VENICE EAST GOLF CLUB
cul-de-sac, 2+2 poss 3rd,
$850. Call (941)-492-
4156
VENICE GDNS $905/mo.
2/2/1, ceramic tile, clean,
FL rm, pet w/deposit.
1st/L/sec. 941475-2533
VENICE ISL, 2/1.5 /1, W/D
hookup. Walk to grocery,
hospital, etc. $950/mo.
Ist/Ist/sec. 941493-2488
VENICE Island home,
Large 3br/2ba w/den,
garage, walk/bike to
beach & down town.
fenced yard, pet friendly
$1200/m 941484-0172
VENICE PLANTATION, 3br/
2ba, Gated Comm, Next to
Pond, End Lanai, Rent w/
option to Buy. $1200/mo.
1st & 2nd Mo. + $500
Dep. 11th Month Free.
(941)-492-3501 or 497-
1906 or 492-5469 or 735-
3785. If no ans, Iv msg
VENICE, CLEAN & READY
FOR YOU... Duplex, condo,
maint free home, 2 &
3brs, 3w/pools, $600-
$1,200/mo.
Gulf Coast Rentals & Real
Estate Co. (941)492-4280
VENICE, N/S, sm pet ok
.3/2/1 $895 1308 Cypress
.2-3/2/2 $898 1130Everest
(941)-488-9486
Weichert, Realtors
Southern Choice
941-613-2300

WE HAVE RENTALS!
PG 4 bdrm Harborview Condo$900
PC 2 bdrm hot tub......$700
NP 3 bdrm 2 car gar. ...$1200
PC 3 bdrm spotless.... $995
NP 2 bdrm furn. villa ... $950
PC 3 bdrmA/C ........ $600
Property Mgr. Patricia Moore
941-623-2421
Why rent apt.? 2BR/2BA/
Garage, $685. Fenced
yard, quiet & clean, near
boat ramp 239-734-2020
WHY RENT? CREATIVE
FINANCING
3/2/2 +Pool, 2100sf,
$0 Dn, BK OK, Easy Terms,
Dave (941-2684921

1240 CONDOSNILLAS
FOR RENT
VENETIA Ven '.:l No
3B A/2BAi/1C
VW-, PoditeI7".4


1/1 Promenades East,
clean, amenities, near hos-
pital. $595 mo. 941-268-
7250
2/2 annual seasonal PGI
waterfront-dock-furn-unfurn
storage, washer/dryer, no
pets. 941-629-4444.
2/2 BEAUTY, turnkey
furn. on D.C. Golf Course,
$800/mo. incl. water/
cable, F/L/S, NS/NP, 866-
698-3898.
2/2 CONDO 1st floor, New-
port condos on 175 Kings
Hwy. Punta Gorda.
$800/mo 401-639-7942
2/2 Condos fr $675
Lge Lux Condos $1100
3/2 House G. Cove
$1000.
www.ferentals.com
Open 7 Days
1-800-697-8454
2/2 Gulf Cove Pt. Taste-
fully Furn. Villa, 13100
McCall Rd. Avail Now thru
April $1200/mo Utils Incl
(941)497-0599
2/2 PGI End unit condo
w/1 car garage, granite,
stainless steel appliances,
huge pavered, heated pool,
never lIved in. Call Alex at
512-750-3524 $930 per
month
2/2.5 TOWN HOUSE in
PGI. Waterfront. 5 min. to
Fishermen's Vil. unfurn.
Avail now. 941-637-0195
AFFORDABLE CONDOS
$495 & up!
www.flarentals.net
Realty Mgmt 941- 625-
3131 or 877-655-3131


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1240 CONDOSNILLAS
FOR RENT
BS. Mritha, luxury,,

ExItChirdeI a
(941)639-0450P. ,
Quail's run furn, 1/1.5,
newly renovated, 55+.
Annual $800. Seasonal
$1,600. (3 mo. min.)
Call Pat (941)286-5640
BIMINI BAY 2/2 furn.
condo, htd pool, NS/NP,
$750/mo. 941-6984653
Bird Bay Realty, Venice,
FL Annuals from
$750/mo.
Seasonals from
$1,800/mo.
Rental Dept (941)484-
6777
BIRD BAY, 2/2, 2nd floor,
w/d hook ups, scr. lanais,
$850/mo. 1 yr. lease.
ist/L/sec 941-484-3704
Brand New 2/2, Granite
Counters, W/D, Pool,
Clubhouse & Garage.
$950/mo. 941-758-6542



1ST MONTH FREE AND
REDUCED SEC. DEP.
FOR NEW TENANT.
HERON COVE APTS
Of Engle (off Dearbom)
Spacious 1300sf 2br
w/den or 3BR w/scr lanai,
SOLAR Htd pool, Gazebo,
tennis court, close to bch &
walking distance to public &
walgreens. Sm pets & fam-
ilies are welcome. RENT
STARTING AT $900/mo.
(941H473-0450
www.HemnCoveFLcom
AVAILABLE NOW!
D.C. 2/2, lanai, cath. ceil.,
tile, wood cab., granite,
new appl., 1st., last + sec.,
$695-$895 941-661-4539
DC 2/2 Condo-remodeled,
lanai, pool, clubhse. $650
annual. Water incl. Sec.,
1st mo. 941-276-9296.
Deep Cr Heritage Lake
New 2/2 pets ok $750
www.nhtoflorida.com
(6031-930-0718
DEEP CREEK beautiful new
condo on golfcourse,
3/2/CP lanai, furn. Short
term. Avail. Nov. & Dec.
$950 mo. (631)-286-7574
DEEP CREEK, 3/2 unfurn.
tile throughout, updated,
$875 mo. Annual. Call
Susan, 941-628-5412.
DEEP CREEK CONDO 2BR
2BA totally remodeled,
pool, tennis, water incl.
$695 mo. 941-276-2779.
Deep Creek, 2bd/lba
1st. floor, furnished,
community pool, $675
mo. (941)-391-2665
Deep Creek, very nice 2/2
condo. w/d, pool, tennis.
No pets. $650, 1st., last,
sec. (941)-639-7062
DEEP CREEK, 2/2. on Golf
Course. Pool, Tennis, Lanai
1st Month's Rent Free!
941-815-3058
EL JOBEAN, 2/1 Villa.
Waterview. Prvt., Scm. lanai.
Clean, fans, carpet, No pets,
w/d. $600. 941475-2533
El Jobean, 2/2, waterview
fishing pier, cov. prkg.
w/d, N/P $700 + util. &
sec. (941)-629-2475
EMERALD PT. Ultra
stunning luxury furnished
waterfront condo, boat
dock. Ideal for the suc-
cessful excecutive who
loves to entertain. Min.
from Hospital & 1-75.
(941)-626-3350
Engl Centre Ig. 2/2 Atross
from shopping, pool, tennis
lst/1/sec, avail 11/1.
$850/mo. 941468-8700
Engl. Brand new. Must
See! Lg. 2/2 granite
/tile. Pool, Tennis, Fit-
ness. Inclds water, cable,
W/D. Sm. pet ok
$850/mo Garage avail.
Owner @ 515-401-1000
The SUN' L



PUT CLASSIFIED
TO WORK
FOR YOU!

FIND A JOB!
BUY A HOME!
BUY A CAR!
ENGLEWOOD-Forest Park
2/2, lanai, large storage,
carport, pool, tennis, quiet,
fresh paint, carpet. $800.
941-697-5709.


FREE RENT, 2bd/2bath,
pool, tennis, clubhouse ,
First and security $650.00
per month.
Call Paul 941-628-1745
HARBOUR HGTS. 27235
Adams Dr. 2/2 condo-cpt.
1 yr old. $650 ii. 'Pets
allowed. 216-469-2944
Heritage Lake, 2bd/2ba
Gated, tennis crt. gym &
pool, $750/mo. 1st. &
Sec. (941)-255-0304


1240 CONDOSNILLAS
FOR RENT

"Me


* 1B RALEIGH HOUSE,
OVER 55 COM., TILE
FLOORS $499 MO.
2B, 2BA OAKS III,
POOL, WATER INCL.
$600 MO.
2B, 2BA WESTCH-
ESTER WOODS, NEW
CARPET $600 MO.
2B, 2BA NORTH
PORT, APT. $650 MO.
Sunbelt Mgmt. Svcs.
(941) 627-9555
LUXURY RIVERFRONT
gorgeously furnished
turnkey condo 3/3, 1,865
sf. 3rd. floor view of Peace
River $2,500 mo. 6 mo.
min., no pets, no smoking,
(941)-629-9001
MANASOTA KEY beach
side, 2/2, furnished,
pool, boat dock. (941)-
586-2576 or 460-9221
RENT OR MUST SELL
3BR/2BA, Porches of
Deep Creek in Punta
Gorda. Pool & lake.
$900/mo Nancy (727)-
642-43030Owner/Agent
NOKOMIS 55+, 2/2,
VILLA, fireplace, pool,
unfurn, nice, quiet,
$800/mo. 941-716-0844
North Port Condo 3 BR
1058 Jonah Drive
Lakeside Plantation-$925
Pool, Tennis & Exercise Rm
www nlicainnmpmnm


.r-.r- ea .ch Area/ Manasota
Lic Broker 941-232-8223 eah rea/Manasota
Uc Broker 941-3- Key 1 and 2 bedroom
P.C. 55+ 2/2 Abbey furn. apts. Long or Short
House, shows nicely, term rentals. Englewood
annual lease. $600/mo. Realty, Inc 941474-6000
NS/NP. (941) 629-3128. DEEP CREEK DUPLEX
P.C. off Kings Hwy POOl 2BR/2BA/1CG for Sm.
& TENNIS 2/2 condosFamly, Exit 170 $695
owner upgraded $69S Famly. (941737-17037
mo. 941-833-0563- or Nego. (941)737-7037
941-286-5003 Deep Creek LAKE Rental
P.C. Promenades East 1/1, 2Bd/2Ba/lCg Utility rm,
updated kit. & bath, beauty Kit appliance, screen porch
ful decor, pool, sauna & clean quiet pets ok & five
elev. $650 annual, $950 min from 1-75 $750 mo.
seasonal, (941)-255-3006. Call (941)322-8984
P.C. Updated 2/2 condo, Deep Creek spacious
fresh, clean, W/D, comm. 3/2/2, new kit., paint,
pool, tennis, pet poss. appl., cath. ceiling LR, DR,
$650 mo. 941-916-0120 laundry rm. $950 + sec.
P.G. Charlevoi 2/2 Pets ok (941)-575-7559
luxury Condo 55+, desir- E. ENGL. 2BR/1BA, clean,
able 1st floor, furnished, W/D. No smoking. No
lanai with water view, pets. $675/mo. 1st, last,
heated pool, annual, sec. (941)473-7847
$900 /month plus sec. FREE 1 MO. RENT ASK
(941) 639 8640 ABOUT GOOD TENANT
PC 1st. floor end unit DISC. E ENGL SPOT-
w/direct parking 2/2 cus- LESS! 2/2 WD Hkp Open
tom unit, pool, tennis. Plan, min. to Bch.x Sm
$750 mo (941)-286-5003 pet $650/mo. crt/bkgd
PC condo 2/2, Maria 941-474-5315
Manor 1st fir. furn. Pool. Eng 1,2,3 Bed 1st Sec
Cable. Annual $595 55+ SandDollar Prop SW FL"
No pets. 630-248-3596 941-240-1772
PG, 2/2, 1276 SF, W/D, '
pool, no pets. $750/mo, ENG. 2BR/1.5BA Tile
1st., last, sec. annual Floors Lanai, 2nd
(941)-639-8125 floor, Cnvenient loc.
(941)-639-8125 $650/mo 1st/last &
PG, 2/2, 1276 SF, W/D, $500 sec. NS, No pets
pool, no pets. $750/mo, (NEED HELP?)
1st., last, sec. annual, DAVE 475-7011
(941)-639-8125 Rotonda Deluxe 2/2/1
PGI MagdalenaI Gardens W/D, Storage, Nr Golf
3/2/1 from $950, annu- & Tennis $875/mo.
al/season Creative Home (941) 698-4003
Realty (954)-803-3908 (91 6843
PGI new waterfront condo Engl-9291 Tacoma, 2/2',
PGI new waterfront condo W/D, Sm Pet Poss.
dock, 3/2/1, W/D, pool $800/mo. Also 2/1
Very pr ivate. S $600/mo. Call Josh after
moke. $900 mo or $2250 3PM (941)468-6216
seasonal. (508) 962-8110
Englewood 2/2, lanai,
w/d hookup, $700,
$500 sec., small pet ok.
Sam 847-323-1697
Englewood 2/2/1,
large lanai, W/D hook
-up, new carpet & paint,
great neighborhood,
201-638-5805
ENGLEWOOD FREE RENT
2/2/1, exceptionally main-
tained, grt loc! Call TODAY
for details, 750. (239 )-
465-9455
Englewood-1BR/1BA, New
York Ave., $450/mo.
includes water.
(941)-276-9192
ENGLEWOOb:
2/1 new paint & tile
$635
1/1/cp downtown,
water/sewer & lawn
incl. $550
PGI Waterfront Executive WEST COAST
condo, newly remodeled & PROP.MGT
refurnished, 1,100 sq. ft. 941-473-0718
2/2, monthly, yearly. RentalsFIorida.net
Frank (330)-836-3943
PGI., 3/2/1 incl. all appli- E. ENGLE. 2/1, CATH.
ances., H0,; cable, 1st fl CBLG,ICLW/D&
No Smoke, N/P $950 annu- LAWN$650 941-460-9403MM. NO PETS.
al (941)-639-6602 $650 941-460-9403
Port Charlotte, 2/2, 1st. GULF COVE: 2BR 1BA, new
floor, completely, renovat- CHA, new stove. $650 mo.
ed, near golfing. $800 mo. plus utilities and $650
Seasonal $1,500. 175 security. 609-709-2731
Kings Hwy., Newport Con- after 6 pm.
dos. Sue Ellen Fumrich, Cen- MURDOCK, Avail Now!
tury 21 Sunbelt (941)-276- 3/2/CP, Tile, Sect.8.
2894 $750 mo. incl. water. 941-
Punta Gorda Isles 2bd/2ba 628-1430, 766-2824
Walk to Fishermans village.
Heated pool, great view of FREE RENT Nokomis
Peace River. Seasonal Move in Today! 2br/1lba
$1,500. mo. 9414,5. $ 700/mo., 1br/lba,
8320 Wanda $550/m. (94 09-3869
RENT TO OWN NORTH PORT 2Br/1Ba
2/2 Condo, nice area, Apt on Coniston Terrace.
pool. 941-380-5626 or Call for info (941)-426-
941-625-0015. 6726 or 941-468-4664


1300 DUPLEXES
FOR RENT
NORTH PORT- 2/1,
$600/mo. 1st/Sec.
Annual Lease. No Pets.
(941)-423-8448
NORTH PC 2/1, Avail. Nov.
1, $600 mo. Sm. pets OK.
Close to beach/ shopping
941- 661-4101.
P.C. 2BR/2BA/1CG,
QUIET AREA, clean, pantry,
;N00n/mn o + Security


1320 APARTMENTS
FOR RENT

ISLAND OF VENICE
Eff, 1 & 2 br, yr lease.
Immed. occup No pets.
(94104165757


1240 CONDOSNILLAS
FOR RENT
ATHENS TOWNHOUSE
2br/1.5 Marble Bath. Walk to
Beach & Venice Ave. Shops.
Quiet, Annual (941)485-7645
VENICE E. home 3/2/1.5
$875; or VENICE Isl. condo
2/1.5 $850; N.S, sm dog ok.

Venice Isl Updated, furn.
2/1 Condo. Poolside,
Walk to Beach/Town, N/P
$775/mo. (508)419-1302
or 941-2236471
VENICE ISLAND 2/2,
Lanai, 1st Floor, Furn.,
Walk to Beach, Water Incl.
$800/mo. No Pets. 941-
497-6648
VENICE ISLAND Condo
2BR/2BR, 55+, furnished,
pool water & cable
$895/mo. (941)650-3035
VENICE San Lino top fir.
(elevator) 2BR, den, 2BA,
garage, lake view. $1275.
Furn/unf. 630-917-0202.

1300 DUPLEXES
FOR RENT

$$FREERENT$$
$700 Move4ln
Eff. 1, 2, 3 &4 beds avail
941-548-1115


.... ......... MANASUIA Key 1I1b on
(941)423-0486 beach very quiet area. Big
PGI 2/2/1, fresh paint, porch. Small pet ok. $850
tile carpet, w/d, hurri- mo. + sec. 941-661-7120
cane shutters, $750 mo MANASOTA KEY, STEPS
+ dep. (239) 598-3431 TO THE BEACH, 1/1.
PGI WATERFRONT furn, util & incl cable.
2/2/1, lanai, carpet & $270/wk long term
tile, W/D, D/W, dock, (941)-716-3660
fenced back yard, sm. Murdock Circle, 1,2,3 & 4
pets ok. $850/mo. bdr. avail. for immed.
annual lease. 1st, last occ.! Ask about move-in
specials. (941)-627-3900
& sec. Water, sewer Equal Housing Opportunity
and yard care 941-626-055cluled. Nokomis, 2nd FIr Apt, Lrg 1
Call 941-66-0552 bdrm, reduced $450/mo. from
Punta Gorda, 2/1, all appli- $569. 1st/L, Ref.'s, No Pets.
ances $145 wk. 1st., last, (941)-480-0330
sec. No pets. (941)-286- Nokomis, Studio apt.
8022 $600/mo., 1BR furn. apt.
VENICE EAST, NICE, 2/1, Irg $650/mo. Utils. Incl. -
yd, Dog OK $750. without until. Duplex 2/1 $600/mo.
$1000 with utilities. (941)-488-8163
941-302-0023 NOKOMIS: Near Beach, Large
Venice Gardens: 2br/1.5ba, Mother In law Apt. Immac.
Lanai, W/D Hookup, N/P, 2/1, compl. furn., no pets, no
$675/mo. lst/Lst/Sec, smokers. First, last, sec.
(941)488-5928 $950/mo. Yearly lease. 941-
488-3808 or 3508060 .
VENICE, 2/1.5, Lanai, North Port,
Laundry Rm. Lawn Maint. 2br/2ba, 1,100 SF,
nc. $700/mo. lstL/Sec. cathedral ceiling, & tile
(941)468-1206 floors. $800/mo.

1320 APARTMENTS (941)628-1411
FOR RENT P.C. 1 mo. FREE, Charlotte
Harbor, new 1br, unfurn,
c/t/a, fans, N/P. $650/mo.
$1,000 IN (941)-587-7828 or 9182078
FREE RENT P.C. 2/1, W/D hook-ups,
recently updated.
TOLEDO CLUB $700/mp + $700 Sec.
APARTMENTS Sec. can be made in
Apartment Homes monthly installments.
starting at $608/mo. (94.1)-445-0664
Brand New P.C., 2BR/2BA, canal,
3500 Island Club Dr. tile, carpet, lanai, $650
North Port mo. Annual. N/P 941-505-
941-423-6600 1474 or 941-724-3352
*DNTOWN VENICE Embassy PGI WATERFRONT
1br apt. $650/mo. + $600 2/2 Tile through-out
Sec. Walk to beach & church- dock, large back yard,
es. NP (941)484-3436 off street parking, W/D
*2/1 ENGLEWOOD, in building, small pet
3 MOS. FREE! ok. $.750 mo. annual
PETS OK. lease. 1st, last &sec.
NEW PAINT, NEW water/sewer yard care
TILE. $600/MO. included941-626-0552
(941)-475-2178 Port Charlotte 2/2/1
$700 F/L/S
lbr/lba, Rotonda, Large 941-809-3508
Rooms & Appliances, 291
Bbundry Blvd. $495/mo. Punta Gorda 2/1, tile
(941)-792-6265 throughout, central air &
heat, $600 mo.
APTS & HOMES (941)-639-2823
1,2,3 BEDROOMS PUT CLASSIFIED
STARTING AT $700 TO WORK FOR I U
SURFSIDE REALTY TO WORK FOR YOU
941-473-4050 Venice, Englewood,
North Port 207-1200
Char Harb Immaculate, Pt. Charlotte Areas
updated units, 1 block to Call 206-1200
harbor, N/S, lbr/2br $650
up. 941-7434663 PUNTA GORDA 1BR patio,
CHAR. HBR. 1/1 updated W/D, clean, quiet, "park-like
CHAR. HBR. 1/1 updated toting water view.
units incl. water, pool, scr. $485/sec. 239-734-2020
lanai, no pets. $600 mo. /
1st + sec. 941-628-3759 Neow. 2/2/1 Rtonda
condo $800 mo. FREE
Clean, cozy & safe corner fl' .cren- TV w/1 .y,
apt. with glass slider & pri- lpe;. 9,4l-26B3224
vate deck, lbr furn., R t n .. .- .
includes, utilities. Punta Rotonda West 2/2
Gorda 941- 815-0711 with pool no pets -
$700 F/./S
Efficiencies 1 & 2 Bed- 941-809-3508
room apts. furnished.
$175-up. Triangle Motel ONE U5\
639-8356 "FREE RENTN-
ENG. 2/2 6428 HAMLET WOODMERE
DR. NEW TILE, PAINT. APARTMENTS
NO SMOKE! $650 MO. OF VENICE
1ST/L/SEC. 941-830- Sta-tirg at $757/no.
1350 3900 Woodmere Park
ENGL, 1BR/1BA, NICELY 4"Blvd. 941-496-"
DECORATED, $575/MO., 41
NO PETS. VENICE-Spacious 2/1.5,
941-276-3760 next to Holiday Inn, newly
ENGL. 2br $650. 1br renovated, close to shop-
$550. f/i/s, $30 app, fee ping, $700 1st/L/Sec
off Placida Rd, laundry, no (941)-966-2762 aft 6pm
pets 941-270-6837 VENICE ISL 1/BR, 5 min.
ENGL/Manasota Key S. walk to beach & shop, incl.
lbr/lba furn, 5 min walk to water, REFS $600- $700,
beach. Monthly $650 or 1ST/L/S (941)4000553
Seasonal 941-735-6490 VENICE ISLAND Studio
ENGLE 2/2 BRAND NEW wall apt, No pets. 2nd floor
to wall ceramic tile floors. 1st $475/mo (941)484-2206
mo free. Only $1,000 sec. or (941)485-5698
dep. to move in. Adobe Realty VENICE ISLAND Annual, nr
Inc. Marcel 941485-3998 beach & downtown, 1/1
ENGLEWOOD 1BR/1BA, $560 includes water, 2/1,
completely furn./spotless, $750, Call (941)488-2613
new tile & carpet, newer VENICE ISLAND
appl., lanai, lawn serve 1.5 STUDIO & 1BDRM
mi. from beach, $695/mo. AVAILABLE NOWA.
lst/Lst/ Sec. No pets. (941)-7354020
(941)475-3889 VENICE ISLAND, 2/1, pool,
ENGLEWOOD WATERFONT close to beach, $650/mo
1/1, Very Clean, Close to water inc. N/P, N/S.
Shopping, No Pets 803-802-3060. Avail Oct.
$580/mo
941475-5409 VENICE
Newly remodeled, lbr $650,
HERON COVE APTS. 2BR $725. No pets. Sea Jay
located about 10 mins. Apts. (941)-232-9893
from Venice in Engle. all VILLA SAN CARLOS II
1,300sf, 2 & 3 BR's unfum. 22250 Vick St., P.C.
from $825 to $900.1st Available Soon 1 bed-
& 2nd mos. rent 1/2 off. rooms. For 62 or Older -
Short/long term lease. HUD Subsidized rents
REDUCED sec. dep. based on income. For
(941)-473-0450 application call 941-624-
www,.HeronCoveFL.com 4404 EHO/HC Accessible.


1340 MOBILE HOMES
FOR RENT
2005 Dbl wide, 2/2. Fort
Odgen area near Rt 17 &
Kings Hwy. N/P 863-494-
6244 or 863-990-3234
Arcadia, 3/2, MB retreat,
pool, N of town. 1 yr lease.
Credit check req.
$1000mo 941-769-1496
Nokomis, Clean semi fum
1BR, own lot, scr porch, wash-
er, $600/mo. + electric
(941)484-1104 or 4850209
NOKOMIS:
1BR/-1BA and 2BR/1BA
(941)-914-2760
PELICAN PERCH RV, PG 1 &
2 BR's $475/$600. $400
sec. dep. N/pets, Sites
Available 941-639-4412
Several AvaiL. From $400
-$750. Punta Gorda,
Nocatee & Kings Hwy.
Incl. CHA. 1st, Last, &
Sec. 941-624-0355
Wauchula
Move-In Now Special
2 & 3 Bedroom MH from
$125 wkly or $450 mo.
with Low Dep. No pets.
Family Park, Close to
schools. Call 863-698-
4910 Hardee Co.
1345 MISC. RENTALS

Reasonable rates, apart-
ments, Mobile Home Lots,
RV Lots. Peace River, Punta
Gorda. Has Boat ramp,
Piers, Community Hall. 941-
639-5461, no answer, eall
941- 815-0505.
TRAILER, Punta Gorda
COUNTRY setting close to I-
75, $140/week. No pets.
(941)-575-9577

1350 EFFICIENCIES
FOR RENT
1BR Efficiency, $400.
plus 1 mo. security.
141 Granada Blvd. N.P.
Call Ron (941)-320-5011


BANANA BAY
WATERFRONT MOTEL
Furn. from $275 week
incl. utilities, pool & dock
(941)-743-4441 ext.0
www.bananabaymotel.com
E. Engl, Large, Furn, All
Utils & Cable Incl., $300
Dep. $155/wk. (941)423-
1052
Efficiency suites, full
kitchen, fully furn., cable,
$180 wk. & up. 941-629-
4046/625-3004
SUNNYBROOK MOTEL (DC)
ENGL Manasota Key, near
beaches, full kitchen, &
bath, furn/unfurn w/d,
cable, util incl $800/mo +
deposit. Pets OK 941-270-
7396
FLAMINGO MOTEL, PG, 1
& 2 rm. efficiencies, pool,
cable, $180 wk. & up.
941-286-6511,639-7750
Furn. Small Eff. Apt.'Nr.
So. Venice Beach,
Yearly or Seasonal.
NP/NS. 941-493-0849
Manasota Bch area, fum,
clean, quiet, 2/1, scrd
lanai, 5 min walk to bch.
(941)-488-1703 lv msg
N.P. Studio Apt., kitchenette,
bath. Fum, Linens, Dishes
incl, etc., all until Priv enlratce
TV w/Cabe. $175/$k or
$710/mo. (941)426-2909
NOKOMIS Efficiency Apt,
privt/peaceful, Fum,
walk to beach/shopping.
$525mo (941)966-5489
CLEAN furn. efficiency
apts. So.PG $180-$200
per wk, incl util/cable, no
pets.Call 941-740-0491.
S. Venice, Pvt Ent. Kit,
Bath, Bdrm, $125/wk or
$500/mo. Ref. Must Have
Job! (941)-539-5372
TROPICAL BAY INN
MOTEL Char. Harbor
Waterfront, 2 rm suite,
furn., full kit, sofa, TV,
sep. rm w/qn. bed. $210
weekly & up. 941-625-
3004
VENICE ISL EFF. FURN.,
1/2 mi bch. FLS/NS/NP.
$500. util/laundry incl
941483-0053
Venice Island, Furn, Elec,
water, cable incl Close to
Shopping, Beach Nearby,
$600/mo. (813)690-1359


1360 ROOMS
FOR RENT
BEDROOM, BATH, CABLE
TV Kitchen priv. Male pre-
ferred. Non smoker.
Reasonable 941-497-
5927
CLEAN & SOBER Recov-
ery Housing in PC. Men
& Women. Interested in
sobriety 941-624-3748
N. P. Biscayne near 75
Brand New Home, Full
House Priv., W/D,
$450/mo + 1/2 Utilities.
(941)-416-4605
NORTH PORT Furn.
Room All House
Privdg.,W/D, Cable TV,
Phone, etc. $135/wk.
Call (941)-234-5008
North Port pool home,
$500 includes all utilities.
Please call (941)-240-6478
NP Unfurnished, Ig room,
Full house priv, Woman
pref, $112. wk 1/2 FPL &
$100. dep 941423-8712
NP, Rm avail. Util Incl
+cable, NS, NP, must be
empl. Woman pref.
$125/wk 941-423-6055
ONLIY$25/IRtinPthlir.
lotte, En, priv. entrance,
cable, ac. Al Ul Ind.
(941)-276-3134 276-1025
PC Clean & Quiet,
$145/wk. $500/mo incl
utils, furn'd, refs. 941-
743-3070 941-740-2565


P(C t- Available nowIll! ADVERTISE
pets" Cal Furnished 2/2, split
.u plan. great location. 6 In
91.m .-,. mo. mln. 941-486-. The Classifieds!
PC. 1 FREE MONTH. Lg. 9037 VENICE, 2br/2ba HOME,
room in Ig. home, priv. Beach Area/ Manasota fully furn, 50+ resort fac.
entrance, house priv., util. e an oo Wkly, Mo Yearly. 516-728-
incl., w/d, cable, hot tub. Key 1 and 2 bedroom Wkly, Mo, Yearly. 516-728-
NS/NP Refs. $125. wk. + furn. apts. Long or Short 7487 or 516-728-2991
Sec. dep. (941)-240-0114 term rentals. Englewood Waterfront off of Lemon
Realty, Inc 941474-6000 Bay, 3BR/2BA, office,
PG furn.,cable, phone, fully furn., set up as a
until. incl. $125 wk. 2-3 BR E. ENGLE. Furn or Unfurn vacation rental w/4 web-
apt. $325 wk. N/P, 2/2 Condo, All Brand new. sites already estab-
941-639-1089/941- Nr Shops & Beach. $1800 listed 2 car oversized
62337921 or $800 (941)-697-3366 listed. 2 car oversized
623-7921 or $800 (9416973366 garage, swimming pool,
PG, Furn. Rm w/prvt. bath ENGLEWOOD Beautiful boat dock &. lift, fish
W/D, cable, phone. $140 1/1.5 2nd fir condo, pool, cleaning station. OWNER
wk. incl util. Smokinokclbhse. $1300 mo until / MUST SELL! 852 E. 6th
(94wk. 637-8235 util. Smoking ok. cable incl. 302-270-2973 St., Engl $290,000 obo
(9411-637-8235 (775)-690-5332
Port Charlotte, unfurnished Englewood/Rotonda www.usarealestatel969.c
large bedroom, with bath, Great selection of om
living & dining area. Shared VACATION HOMES YES we have seasonal
kitchen. Nopets, nosmok- WEST COAST PROP. in we harle seasCounty. Cal
ing. Long or Short Term. MGT.473-0718or Paradise
(239)-561-0756 or (239) 877-448-0667 Properties & Rentals
247-0965 RentalsFlorida.net (941) 625-RENT (7368)
SFully furn. home.
Near beach & golf. 1420 WANTEDTO RENT
Englewood area.
(941)-828-8870 WANT 2/2/2 or 3/2/2 PC
or PG. Safe area. Exc. ref-
LOVELY 2BR/1.5BA EngI hm, erences. Long term lease a
Mins. to beaches & shops. must. 941-268-1894.
Punta Gorda, 1 bedroom, N/S, N/P, 2-3 mths Jan. '08-
quiet, near hospital. Heat, March '08 (330)-875-2812 or 1500 LOTS & ACREAGE
air, laundry & cable. $400, 9414754780
1st + last. (941) 585-9563 $SO Closing Costs!
Roommate wanted for LOVELY 2B/2BAec Double lots (1/2 acre) on
Roommate wanted for S. Venice Avail Oct Dec., Adalia Terr. Great neighbor-
3BR/2BA hm in N. Port. March & April. $2000/mo Ahood. No Scrub Jays.or
$550/mo. Utils Incl., Full 941-223-4442 Owner accepting offers.
Hse Priv. (9411-8764467
Hse Priv. (941)-876-4467 N. Port, nicely furn., 1, 2 (941) 628-3434
S. VENICE, Close to 776 or 3BR homes, some (2)80x120 adjoining build-
& Jacaranda need Room- w/pool, short or long ing lots in growing 34th
mates to share Ig. home term. (941)-234-2166 Addition to Port Charlotte
with 2 people, Use of Parcel ID 1143-17-5902 &
Pool & Util incl. $125/wk PC condo 2/2, Maria 5903 Lots 2&3 Block
941488-9878 Manor 1st flr. furn. Pool. 1759 Chickasaw Ave
Cable. Annual $595 55+ $22,000 each. 717-377-
1370 RENTALS TO No pets. 630-248-3596 1627
SHARE Pt. Charlotte, furnished 2/2 20 +- acres Located 1.7
condo, 10 min. to beach, miles from Hwy 17 on
ENGL Rotonda fully furn pool, tennis, shopping. N/S North Washington Loop
2/2 condo, 2 htd pools, (941)-833-0563 Just minutes to 1-75.
tennis. $435/ mo +1/2 Cleared with no Scrub Jays
utils (941)-698-0340 Pt. Charlotte, Immaculate, or Wetlands.
turnkey, 2/2, comm. pool, Parcel can be split, survey
N. Port, share 2br/lba Jan Mar. $1195 mo. No is done. $340K
home, off street parking, pets. (941)-766-8012 941.625.0905
$100/wk + Sec. (941)- 5 ACRES, Resid.
429-4116 or 2584464 PUNTA GORDA 1/1, Char. Port Charlotte Suncoast
Harbor water view, boat Estates, Nova Lane,
Punta Gorda, 1 bedroom, slip, $1,200 mo. + dep. Horstates OKva Lane. 225,000.
quiet, near hospital. Heat, N/S, N./P. 941-661-9332 HorsesK. $225,000.
air, laundry & cable. $400, 941-268-6209
1st + last. (941) 585-9563 uaint Pt. Charthome, lli
Oct-Ifr,$2,250 allkilu-
ROTONDA, Senior woman sie fr, 4/2 on SW ca
to share priv lovely home, 941-504-
Ig BR, cook in or prepared O5468 17 orlhone95BiddC s
meals, $200/wk neg. (941)- cber 27, Live Person,
697-1388 ROTONDA Furn., 3/2/2 Online or Phone Bidding
SHARE GORGEOUS 2007 w/pool, canal, $1,999
PC pool home, $300. mo. mo. + util. Avail Nov. 1st.
1 one room. $600. 2 13 Bunker Ln. "Craigs
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941-626-3230
2 Rooms for Rent in New
Home, $125/wk, Utils Inlc.,
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(941)-875-1418
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1390 VACATION/SEAS
RENTALS
2/2 PGI Condo, w/dock
view, 500' to harbor, nice-
ly furn; 32" HD TV, lanai 3-6
mo rate 941-505-1078
2/2/1 VERY clean, furn.
Quiet street, Dock, near
Engl. Beach. No smk or
pets $1600. Avail Nov,
Dec&Apr 941-473-1800
3br/2ba N/S Executive
Condo in Rotonda.
marble bath tub with
spa jets, Pool,
Beautifully furn.
$2200/mo.
Lots of amenities!!!
941-268-5275
A PC Ige. home, tile, neat,
clean, nice area. Furn. util-
ities, pet OK $2100/mo.
941-626-7306.
AVAIL. GULF BEACH-
FRONT
Venice Island Condo's
Effs. & 1br. Turnkey
furn., Pool, Wk/Mo/Ann.
941-485-7967
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CHOOSE FROM
800-964-3095 EMAIL
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Jan 12 26, 2008.
$1000/week.
(941)-5754450


1390 VACATION/SEAS
RENTALS
S. SARASOTA /OSPREY
FURN 2/1 HOME,LG.
YARD, LG DECK, VERY
PRIVATE SETTING.
$1295/MO UTIL &
CABLE INCL. 989-
585-3326
SO. SARASOTA/OSPREY
furnished, Large 1/1,
upstairs apt. 16x8
deck, very priv, utilities
& cable incl. Avail Now.
Sm pet ok. $1000
mo CALL 989-585-
3326
Tamarind Gulf to Bay
Resort. Manasota Key
Englewood Beach pool
Boat docks! 2/2 furnished
available for long or
short term Englewood
Realty, Inc 941-474-6000
Tropical paradise on Venice IsI.,
charming 2/2.5 beach cot-
tage, blks to bch, min. 3 mos.
$2,600 (941)587-0102
VENICE 3/2 NR BEACH
Furn, Former Model Home,
14' Ceilings, Pool, BBQ,
(941)492-6704
www.veniceflrealestate.net
& Click on Vacation Home
VENICE ISLAND CONDO,
2BR/2BA W/GULFVIEWS.
$2,500/MO.
(704)-647-0924
VENICE ISLAND, condo on
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couple htd pool on Gulf. 3
mo. min. at $2500/mo. 941-
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30 ACRES in East Ten-
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w/ag creek. $6500/an acre.
(423)-322-2768



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PROPERTY, INC.
Western North Carolina
Great lots, Great prices!
New homes coming soon!
Many lots to choose from
(828)-926-6505
NE GA. MTNS, Rabun Co.,
GA-Furn cabin on 4.73
acres, $184,900. Call
Karen Tucker, Owner/
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WESTERN NC MOUNTAIN
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or
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1600 BUSINESS FOR
SALE
BUY/SELL
VALUATIONS
VR Business Brokers
Fort Myers, Naples
Port Charlotte
941-627-5565
www.vrfla.biz
Established Lawn Mainte-
nace Company For Sale.
60 + accts, Engl/PC, $30
to $40K per year. Serious
Inq. Only 941-234-8232
EXPEDITED/DELIVERY
BUSINESS, w/2007 Dodge
Sprinter Cargo Van, Inter-
state Delivery. Earn $10k
/month. Asking 55K for
Business & Equipment.
Call for more info. 941-
716-0891
OlY $1,600 tt your om
l t/Candy Route. 25

plade.GETIMMOUFOF
QOUR GARAGE(941)75--

RESTAURANT. Doing good
business. With season
coming up NOW is the time
to buy So you will be
ready. Call 941-815-8871
SCREEN PRINTING
BUSINESS Over 15yrs in
Englewood.
Call (941)-270-2811


uoor. 941-485-1119i
Great retail or Venice Office Warehouse
office space for Space for Rent, 1100,
rent 1040sqft Down- 1500 & 1800sf Avail.
town Venice. Hamil- Price Nego. 941-809-5767
ton Square. 941-468-
2283ton Square. 941-468- Wanted to rent or sub-lease
300 to 500 sp ft in Punta

ICE HOUSE, in PG on US Gorda or Port Charlotte for
41, retail/office space. classes. Needed primarily
$14- $16 NNN. Call FLIP,.-evenings and weekends.
941-505-0482. Schedule flexible. 941-276-
S8060





LEASE SPECIALS. OFFICE able immediately. (Cell
UNITS/WAREHOUSE near #) (941) 232-5012,
Charlotte Co. Airport. Great (Work #)
opportunity 239-777-2329 (941) 743-3159.
Ask for Dwain
OFFICE SPACE S,
Venice Tamami Tr. 1615 INCOME
750sf, $950/mo inclds PROPERTY
utils. 941-484-3596 35

OFFICE/RETAIL State Rd come Property 3 units
776 Near Stadium. Fair- brkgin $1,300, Fly*
grounds & Murdock Village. occupied, turnkey, over
3300sf, 1100sf of Office & $400 cash flowper mowth.
Showroom, High Traffic & Let me show you the
Visibility. Owner 941-387- numbers. $115,000 ftm
6657 (941)-875-9023
OFFICE/WAREHOUSE
115 Corporation Way, INVESTOR PACKAGE
115 Corporation Way, 5 Residential houses
Venice area, rear rollup tenants in place.
door. Ample parking.. tnants inplce..
(941)-468-2834 parking.Owner retiring. Drive by;
3/2/2 w/pool, 1646
OLEAN PLAZA Unit Cl, 2 Kirkwood St. North Port.
offices & recep., waiting rm 3/2 Deck in back, 3141
& storage. $750mo+ tax Crestwood Dr. PT. Char.
& util. (941)-627-0333 2/1 carport, 3132 Key
Lane, Port Charlotte
r 2/1 carport, 18789
Countryman Ave. Port
Charlotte
1st Month Rent Free! 3/1 carport, 115 Martin
Port Charlotte Dr. PT. Char. $675,000.
Executive Office Suites Call 941-637-3910
Receptionist, all util. &
other support svcs. Location plus steady
Omni Executive Center income! 2 adjacent
A Friendly Place to be !! duplexes, 85 & 95
4055 TAMIAMI TRAIL Orange St., "Olde Engle-
Acrosss from Bob Evans wood" Look for signs,
Call Marj or Jan Englewood Realty, Inc.
941-627-9755 941-474-6000
PAULSON CENTRE NEED TO SELL
Executive Office Suites way below area prices
18245 Paue lson Drive, PC 2 leased 1250 SF office/
(behi Paulso ri P Hoa warehouses. Gross income
(behind Charlotte Honda) $3152 mo ++.
80 s.f. to 230 s.f. 1-75 & Toledo Blade.
Includes Receptionist, $350,000. 941-743-5752,
Utilities & use of 941-626-4204


Conference Rooms
Virtual Offices also
Call Wilma or Alicia @
(941)206-2200 for info
PC Olean Plaza 660
SQ. FT. VACANT, $700
mo. Call 941-769-4077
or 941-740-6431.


1620 COMMERJ
INDUST. PROP.

16,800SF, Hwy 41 Venice
next to new Honda dealer.
51K traffic daily. Allard Invest-
ment RIty. 727894-5002


1500 LOTS & ACREAGE 1600 BUSINESS FOR 1610 BUSINESS
SALE RENTALS
Adjacent lots (2) No flood
zone. Grafton Ave, Engle- WANTED WVrugRoull or PIK-N-RUN PLAZA
wood. $34,900 each. VendhgMadces,any area, Peachland Blvd.
MAKE OFFER, Englewood cash buyer(941)8158649 Retail/Office/Profes-
Realty, Inc. 9414746000 sional, Newly Renovat-
CHARLOTTE RANCHETTS, 1610 BUSINESS ed, Plenty of Parking.
near Charlotte Harbor. 1 RENTALS 1,200 sq. ft. @
3/4 acres. Vacant Call $15.00, based on
216-524-1839. 16,800 SF prime Hwy annual lease, includes
n t lot Tee & 41. 51K traffic daily. CAM (941)-627-3500
FSBO-Vacant lot Tee & $12.75 SF. Allard Invest-
Green Estates Punta ment Realty 727-894-5002 Port Charlotte US 41
Gorda Assesed Value 28k. 1830 SF. 3 mo. free
Only 25k. 305-304-6337 2 Offices & Reception, rent with a 24 month
HISTORIC DISTRICT 800 to 1600 sf. Best min. lease. Suitable for
70 x 90 lot, Charlotte Rental in Murdock law office, real estate,
St. All impact fees 941-743-8338 title company, medical,
paid. (941)-661-9757 2000SF Office Recently etc. Plenty of parking.
Remodeled. $2000/mo (941)-629-4850
Multi-Family building lot, 2240 S. McCall Rd. Prime 41 office profes-
10292 Kidron, Englewood 941-493-7792 rs 1 u fflie w,0
East. Central water -43 sional unit like new, 1000
$44,900 Englewood Real- 900sf, $1,200/mo. sq. ft. $1,550 mo. water
ty, Inc. 941474-6000 Downtown Punta Gorda included. (941)-627-2774
next to Turtle Club Rest. PROFESSIONAL Office
NORTH PORT (239)-571-8239 Space (3) 1 room office
ALL ON PAVED. Affordable Office Space $350 each incl utili. 3480
ROADS WITH ELEC- M&I Bank Building Depew Cr. 941-743-3812
TRIC. NOT ON CRT SunStateRealtyLLC.com
SCRUB/JAY. LIST Cal941700 200-1000lsf, N. Toledo
FROM $35K. LEAVE Aztec Plaza Blade, near 1-75. $500-
FAX NO FOR LIST. US 41 Office Space for $2,000 (941)979-2464
TEL,375-2111 immediate occupancy. PROFESSIONAL OFFICE
FAX 375-2833 Call Rick for size and SPACE- (2) 1500 sf. Units
NP Lot offSumternear 175, prices (941) 815-2199 $1,875. mo. ea. + CAM
Schools, Shops & SMH BRAND NEW! Units Can be Customized.
Land Purchase; $21,900 BOBCATSDUARE Call (941)-255-3991 for
941-587-1257 t LASS BUSINES More Information
PC. 3.75 acre, SPACE Punta Gorda
Beautiful, 3) Adjacent lots, GREAT PRICES BRAND NEW FOR LEASE
2 blocks East of I BLOCK FROM "25166 on Marion"
Toledo Blade. Near model MEDICAL CNTR office/retail, medical,
Homes $46,500. 941-627- (941)276-0516 1000 6000 sf. from
2686/303-898-4351 $1625 pee month or
Port Char. 1.5 Acres CEDAR POINT OFFICES PG $199,000. Choice of inte-
2) adjacent lots near downtown rior layout. Ready to move
Toledo & 41. $25K. 250 1250 SF in. Beautiful building near
(941)-627-2686 FLIP 941-505-0482 hospital, courthouse. Call
or (303)-8984351 DANCE STUDIO/WOR- Berson Group
SHIP HALL/ETC. 4000 Berson ealty Group
1515WATERFRONTLOTS SH P 941-628-1883
1515WATERFRONTLO SF. BEST PRICING. RT. 41, www. seecommercial.com
2 Waterfront mutifam build- VENICE, (941)716-2552 ROUTE 41 VENICE, EXC
ing lots zoned for 5 units ea, Downtown Punta Gorda LOCATION!! Office/Profes-
$75K ea. or $139K/both BRAND NEW FOR LEASE-
Owner fin. 9414746633 Free standing building sional/Retail. 400-4000
"Nostalgia Building" Interior 2552
HIDDEN WATERS built out to your specs. Up STORE/OFFICE
SUB DIVISION to 3520 sf. of office, med- !US 17 space for immedi-
Englewood's newest ical, retail. CalI.Buz @ ate occupancy. Call Rick
gatedwaterfront com- Berson Realty Group for size and prices
gamunity, lots starting at 941-628-1883 (941) 815-2199.

$200,000.os WWW www.seecommercial.com VENCE RFEDA
FoundHiddenWaters.com ENGLEWOOD AC'd office 4 rms 720sf ,
941-740-0949 or Retail or Professional w/attached 2480sf warehouse.
941-716-1813 Dearborn St. 400 block Also, 400/575sf bays. 941-
1500 +/- SF 4855853 or 9414886602
S. Gulf Cove, 1.5 acre, clean, open plan, rear access
55' on water, 4 bridges to next to Blue Pineapple. VENICE: 1150 SF Office
bay. $84,900. Great customers/foot traffic Warehouse on Seaboard
(941-627-2686 or 941-474-1504 Ave. S950
(3031-898-4351 ENGLEWOOD, 1,000 sf. 941-485-1119
BUY IT! Avail. Now. Boutique VENICE: 4800 SF
SELL IT! style/ office, $1200/mo. Office/Warehouse, Fully Air
TIN ITT? Call 941-743-2851 Conditioned, 12' Overhead
rI- ND IAOr1T 1


Manasota Key, Bayfront
commercial tourist zon-
ing. 2 Buildings + Apts +
Boat House + Docks+
Beach easement. Owner
financing, exchange or
trade. Englewood Realty,
Inc. 941-474-6000
N. PORT Warehouse/
Condo, near 175 & Toledo
Blade, Unit 104, 1500sf.
Office/Showroom 240sf,
$1400/mo gross. (941)-
7164183
NEW DEVELOPMENT
PUNTA GORDA
"Taylor Business
Center" FOR SALE OR
LEASE 1200- 14,400
lease from $1375/mo., Cl
Zone, office, warehouse,
retail, It. manufacturing,
wholesale, veterinarian.
For sale 1200 sf.
$169,900! Liberal parking,
finest business flex park in
Charlotte County!! A must
see! Call Buz @
Berson Realty Group
941-628-1883
www.seecommercial,com
PC. Prime office space,
5 units 1,000sf. each.
Brand new. Sandhill Blvd.
Turnkey/Fully built out.
(941)-624-5992
PG, 40,000 sf., cleared
land, zoned Cl with 1450
sf. office near 1-75. 3%
comm. 28088 Mitchell
Ave. Steal @ $199,900!
239-313-0290


UiR LItARMLUI It. 1ZUU
sf garage/warehouse
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(718)-608-5185


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EO/EA/AA employer.
BARBER $1,000/wk
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ber shop needs expd bar-
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dock area. Full or part time
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941-740-1413
ESTABLISHED LAW Firm ir
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Or Call:
941- 206-1262


1620 COMMERJ 1620 COMMERJ
INDUST. PROP. INDUST. PROP.
6,700SF Office Indus- Prine Lodationr.-P;C:-
trial Bldg, 4 OHD's near stofroit, 3 bniti
Hwy 41, S. of Sarasota, -.et, Reduced to
$650K or lease @ $2,300 mo. per unit
$7.50SF NNN. Owner Aval. immediately
will hold $100K 2nd. (941)661-9405
OWNER WANTS OFFER! .
Allard Investment Realty. WAREHOUSE FOR LEASE,
727-894-5002 25591 Technology Blvd
Punta Gorda, 9000 sf.
&R$8.00 sf. (3) 14x14 steel
doors. 2 office spaces with
A/C. High capacity electri-
cal system for light industri-
al. Cl zoned, near highway
75. Enclosed locking' chain
link fence. Call 941-637-
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ABSOLUTE AUCTION
35 Properties. Some water- $1 Move-In- Special Self-
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Dec 1 & 2, Naples Realty Storage Offers the Lowest
(239)-571-8239 Prices for Storage, and RV
Parking. Stop by! We also
BRAND NEWI!! rent UHauls.
BOBCAT SQUARE Will beat any competitors
1st CLASS CONDOS price! 5055 Pan American
EASY FINANCING Blvd Just off US-41
941-426-6464.
"SPECIAL" OPEN SUNDAYS!
$40k DISCOUNT www.north-port-
4130 SF on Toledo Blade storage.com
$168.00 Per SF 1,000 SF O.H. door,
SPECIAL" bathroom, $550 mo.
"SUPERSPECIAL" Avail. now Murdock
$30k BUYER DISCOUNT Industrial Park 941-626-
3000 SF OFFICE BLDG 0416 or 743-6737
2/3 LEASED, $595K
1,200 2,500 sf., busi-
1000 SF, 3 OFFICES + ness condo/whse avail.
CONFERENCE, BUY Short/long term $750 +
$199k, OR LEASE up. (9411-204-7352
$16.50 SF. 1200 SF, PC, Whse/
(941)276-0516 Off/ Bathroom. 10' OH
door/ IL Zoning $750
COMMERCIAL mo 941- 204-7352
PROPERTY
For Sale Bayshore Rd CHEAP
.56 acres. corner lot. WAREHOUSE/STORAGE
Call 941-764-6824 (Up to 6,000 sq. ft.)
1-75/Laurel Rd./Exit 195 Staring at $399.
NEW OFFICE/WARE- per mo. Great location!
HOUSE Call Albert 941-629-
nnon T/W/TIH 1 .2 2558 or 941-628-2883


2010 PROFESSIONAL
Exp. Hair Stylist needed w/
Clientele preferred but not
nessesary. Flexible hours
Please Call 941-473-1663
FAMILY CASE MANAGER
Kids Hope United provides
support services for
abused/neglected children
and their families. BSW or
related field in Human Ser-
vices req. Child protection
professional Certificate pre-
ferred. Competitive salary
and excellent benefit pack-
age. Fwd resume to:
recruiter@kidshooeunited.o
rg Fax 866-955-5437
DFWP/EEO
HAIR STYLIST
FL Lic. Busy salon. So.
Venice. Base
pay/comm. Vacation.
941-460-0159

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Venice, Englewood,
North Port 207-1200
Pt. Charlotte Areas
Call 206-1200
HAIR STYLIST. Ready for
change? Fun & upbeat
salon, booth rental. Call
Robin 941-625-8416.
HAIR DRESSER Needed
Clientele preferred for
Extremely busy salon.
Call 941-628-5013
Immediate opening for
FT Bookkeeper in Pt.
Charlotte. Excel proficient,
detail oriented, min. 3 yrs.
work exper. in A/P, payroll,
general accounting, and
QuickBooks. May substi-
tute Assoc. Degree in
accounting for exper. Ability
to learn new software and
work independently. Fax
resume and cover letter to
(941) 255-5856 att. Hele-
na, or e-mail to
hsloan@elcfh.org. EOE,
pre-employ. drug screen.
Ad close date 10-26-07.
MASSAGE THERAPIST &
NAIL TECH, P/T needed
for busy Venice salon.
(941)484-5210

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email resume to
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office. FT. 401K, profit Echo/Vascular Tech, t
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other benefits. M-F, 8- 4:30 no weekends. Looking for
call Blanche 941- 627- a dependable team player
9095. for busy doctors office.
CERTIFIED DIETARY Must be very organized
MANAGER needed, and comfortable
experience required in with computers. Some
Port Charlotte area. local travel possible.
Send resume to Char- Great benefits. Smoke
lotte Sun, 23170 Har- free/Drug free. Equal
borview Rd. Box D, Opportunity Employer.
Charlotte Harbor, FL Fax: HR @
33980 (941) 575-6591

CERTIRED NURSE
AIDE We're .looking for
compassionate, Fast growing Radiology
enthusiastic, responsible practice seeking
team members to care experienced Accounts
for our residents. Full Receivalbe Specialist.
time and part time posi- Health Insurance collec-
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flexible scheduling, a required Great benefits
great work environment, & salary. Fax resume to
and an excellent benefits (941) 258-3292
package. Please submit
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941-240-1007 or email to
Pelicanoointeag.hrm@ Fast growing Radiology
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may also apply in person ability for out patient
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Fax resume to
CNA or MA (941) 258-3292
FT positions available in
1 Immediate acute care and/or outpa-
opening in local tient settings in Highlands
Family Practice. and Hardee counties for
Experienced in Florida licensed PT's and
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good benefits. tion package. Resumes
Please fax resume may be faxed to 863-767-
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CNA or MA position avail- submitted by Hardee Ser-
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fax or mail resume to Growing internal medi-
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102, Pt Charlotte, FL need a FT LPN or CMAto
33952, fax 941-625-2751 work with new physician
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Fax resume to (863)-
494-9470 For ques-
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Asssant
Rd withh benefits.
Tues-Sat. LTC exp. pref.
Call for appt with Shel-
lie Carter (941)426-
8411
Quality Healthcare Ctr
EOE.DFWP.
( DIRECTOR OF "
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REGISTERED NURSE
licensed in the State of
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(1) year prior nursing
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resume to: 941-766-1644
Lic. # H299991018. DFWP.
Equal Opportunity Employer



Internal medicine/pediatric
practice is growing and
needs a front office Recep-
tionist. Send resume to kei-
thjohnson@ primaryurgent-
care.com or fax (941)480-
9322
KITCHEN MANAGER
needed for staffing &
ordering. Cook experi-
ence required in the Port
Charlotte area. Send
resume to Charlotte Sun,
23170 Harborview Rd.
Box E, Charlotte Harbor,
FL 33980
-LPN needed for busy
Doctor's office. Must be
a team player & able
to multi task. Some
experience preferred.
Great hours & benefits.
Please fax resume to
(941)-613-2401
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PHARMACISTS needed
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Officers provide security and protection for air travelers, airports and aircraft.
Part-Time: Starting at $12.86 per hour Plus Benefits
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TSA will pay the maximum Government contribution for health benefits
under the TSA Health Benefit Incentive for Part-Time TSO's.
All part-time TSO's will pay the same lower cost for federal health
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Minimum Requirements: U.S. Citizenship or U.S. National High school
diploma, GED or equivalent, or one year of security or aviation screening'
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mis s opportune Experienced plumber need- SONS. We offer outstand- (239)-785-0637
Application accepted, 9am ed for: service, leak detec- ing pay for top producers insurance Agents, Real-
Monday-Friday, 9am tion, repipe, new construc- (50k-80k first year) Must tors, Mortgage Brokers.
941-488-3602. EE/ ton and remodeling. Must have excellent closing Great career opportunity
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ADVERTISE Master Plumbers offer's tion. Call Monday 9am to insurance agent with Farm
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AC Company has a posi- EXPERIENCED PLUMBERS HRS. Representatives towork
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and a company supplied
vehicle. This is a great
opportunity to have a last- .
ing career in the air condi- -
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Patty at 964-1142 or 697-
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2070 SALES
'New Agents:
'Don't let our size, location
:and productivity intimidate
:you! We provide mentor-
ing/learning for those who
are serious about a full
time real estate career.
,Call managing Broker/
,Owner, Rick Page at (941)
815-2199. Century 21
'Aztec & Associates

Newspaper
Advertising
Sales
Professional

Come work at the
Charlotte Sun. Amer-
ica's Best Communi-
ty Daily newspaper.
This is an outstand-
ing opportunity to
join a company
where you make the
difference. We are
looking for an expe-
rienced sales profes-
sional with a posi-
tive, energetic, can-
do-approach to join
our' advertising
team. We are looking
for a highly motivat-
ed -individual who
thrives on the sales
challenges and
enjoys working in a
positive team envi-
ronment.

Responsibilities
include servicing
existing clients, mar-
keting of new
prospects, face-to-
face sales, closing
contracts, identify-
ing client needs, and
cold calling. Quali-
fied candidate will
have the drive to
meet and exceed
sales targets, excep-
tional- sales presen-
tation skills, and
excellent verbal and
written communica-
tion skills.

Join us as we set
the industry stan-
dard for profession-
alism and quality!

We offer:
eCompetitive
Salary plus
Commission
iVacation
*Health insurance
eSick and short
term disability
S401(k) with
company match
*Training
*Stable company
that is very Commu-
nity minded and
involved.

Please send your *
resume to:
Charlotte Sun
Advertising
Manager,
Glen Nickerson
23170 Harborview
Port Charlotte, FL
33980

Fax to:
941- 629-4499
Email:
enickerson@sun-
herald.comrn
S Or Call:
941- 206-1262

REALTORS WANTED!
North Port Ofc seeks, lie.
,agents, Training & leads
provided. No fees. For
details call 941-223-6095
,Sales Person for
Model Center in Northport
i Full Time, Commission
:941-240-1738
SALES REPS NEEDED
Busy Port Charlotte
office expanded and
needs people to call
auto repair shops. Work
9am-2pm, M-F. Commis-
sion based.
Come join our family.
941- 255-3862
SALS REP. needed for gran-
ite co. 2 exp. Spanish a
plus. Own trans. Fax
resume 941-625-6294.
NEED CASH?

2090 CHILD/ADULT
CARE NEEDED
Professional & Experienced
Preschool Teacher Needed
for Quality Early Learning


Academy in Venice. Degree
Pref. CDA Req., EOE. Call
Today 941-525-3589 or
Fax Resume to 941-429-
5457
-YMCA AFTER-
SCHOOL
Now Hiring
Group Leaders
PT, Mon-Fri, 1-6p(approx)
1st Aid & CPR (a Plus)
Apply in Person:
YMCA at Edgewater
Branch .
19333 Quesada Ave.
Port Charlotte, FL


2100 GENERAL

PT SEASONAL
OPENING FOR
Pool, Beach Cafe &
Landscaping. Must
be able to work
weekends, lift a min
of lbs,'negotiate
stairs, hours vary,
EOE, DFWP
Call 941-964-2211


* 2100 GENERAL


FISHERMEN'S VILLAGE
is seeking full time main-
tenance person, plumb-
ing & electrical experience
helpful. Please call Eve @
941- 639-8721 to sched-
ule an interview.
FLORAL DESIGNER PT exp.
pref. Must have ref. Drug
testing required. (941)-625-


7404
*ATTN: OWN A
COMPUTER, GENERAL LABOR
COMPut it to work!ER $$$ CASH TODAY $$$
$15 5000, PT/T,. Drivers Paid Extra
$1500-$5000, PT/FT,. Call for Pick Up Route
www.homebizl23.co LABOR FINDERS
m 627-4041
100 WORKERS NEEDED Temp. to Perm. Avail.
Assemble crafts, wood No Fees EOE DFWP
items Materials provided.
To $480+ wk. Free info
pkg 24 hr. 801-428-4893 HIRING IMMEDIATELY!
ACCEPTING MODELS 18 Part time licensed security
yrs. + Can Earn $8000 + officers. Boca Grande. tolls
Per Mo (941)475-5980 paid. Apply today
Per Mo. (941)-475-5980 www.securitasjobs.com
http://suzesplayhouse.com EOE
Appointment Setters 10/r.Housekeeper needed PGI
+ Bonuses, No Selling, No keeper needed. PGI
Weekends, PT/FT, Call 941- twice per week. Lge amt of
922-8877 hdwd flooring. Refs Reqired
Iv 941-661-1402
Assembly Work, Manufacturer
Req. Home Workers Avg. The
$15/hr. OPEN HOUSE Sat, T
Oct. 20, 9-2. 1951 Nebraska S? U 1 1 --,
Ave, EngI WoodGiftsUSA 239-
896-3607 PUT CLASSIFIED
PERFECT FOR PUTO WORKSIFIEDS
RETIRED COUPLE FOR YOU!
Caretakers for residential FOR YOU!
property: Male: Grounds,
pool & equip. Female: FIND A JOB!
Cleaning, laundry, some BUY A HOME!
cooking and assisting w/ BUY A CAR!
partially handicapped
wife. Cottage: JOBS! JOBS!JOBS!
electric/water provided CHECK OUR OPPORTU-
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other employment off ment.comrn
premises. LANDSCAPER
Experience with refs. Experienced, Srong,
The Domestic Register Reliable, Lic. Required.
(941)-365-7004 $9/hr to start.(941)-
DIETARY AID 885-1334
for new ALF in North Port. Lawn .Care Co.. looking for
All Shifts. Gardens- of indiv w/clean DL. Exp pref in
North Port mowing, edging, weed eating
Call between 9AM-4PM & trimming. 232-6992
(941)-423-0658
Direct TV Installers needed. A Bargain HuntersDelght
No experience necessary. Classifieds first!
Must have own truck & A Whole Marketplace of
tools, 941-525-6826 shopping is right at your
Directional Drill Opera- fingertips!
tor & Locator needed. Call The Sun Classifieds
Valid Florida License. Exp Today!
pref. (941) 347-8905 From Venice, Englewood,
North Port Areas,
EARN $3200/MONTH Call 941-207-1200
PROCESS HUD REFUNDS From Pt. Charlotte Areas
HUD-INFO-HOTLINE Call 941-206-1200
941-556-1300
EQUiPMErjT OFEPATOP tor LIC. MORTGAGE
golf course. Full-time. BROKERS ONLY
DFWP/EOE. Call (941)- CO. EXPANDING!!
6274414 No experience needed.
Experienced person to help Full training provided.
with LANDSCAPE MAIN- $1000.-$3000. Month.
TENANCE & LANDSCAP- (941)-743-0069
ING WORK. Clean Florida
drivers licenses required. LOOKING FOR
1 Class A & 1 Regular. F/T. A GREAT
Top hourly pay. Paid vaca- PART TIME JOB?
tions, holidays & sick days.
Call 941-628-3496. The Charlotte Sun Night
Mailroom is now taking
Experienced person to help applications for:
with LANDSCAPE MAIN- Dock Workers
TENANCE & LANDSCAP- and Inserters
ING WORK. Clean Florida Requirements:
drivers licenses required. Must be able to work at
ClassA&1RegularF/f.least 4 nights from
1 Class A & /T. 11:30 P.M. to 3:30 A.M.
Top hourly pay. Paid vaca- Must be able to lift &
tions, holidays & sick days. carry 25 Ibs.
Call 941-628-3496. Pushing & pulling of 25
lbs 6r more.
CLASSIFIED Must be capable of work-
SELLS ing at a fast pace.
CALL TODAY! A pre-employment drug
O4-27-120 screening is all you need
941-207-12G0 to do upon hire. If you
Venice/Englewood are interested in a great
North Port areas part time job, stop by
OR and fill out an application
941-206-1200 (between 8:30 a.m. and
4:30 p.m. Monday Fri-
Pt. Charlotte Areas day) at customer ser-
vice. Upon review calls
Field Operations Tech will be made to set up
interviews.
The City of Venice is The Charlotte Sun
seeking qualified The Charlotte Sun
seeking qae 23170 Harborview Rd.
applicants for Field Charlotte Harbor
Operations Techni- (Harborview is just east
cian. of Kings Highway)
Performs semi-skilled (look for our sign across
manual labor and from Schoolhouse
skilled tasks in the Square)
installation, mainte- 0. **** -E.


nance, repair &
replacement of all
wastewater collec-
tion, potable water
distribution, raw
water transmission
system, and
reclaimed water dis-
tribution system.
Must have valid FL
drivers license (Class
D) w/clean record.
Must complete pre-
employment physical
w/drug screen and
background checks
prior to start date.
Starting salary:
$13.1695 -
$15.1123/hr DOQ
Apply at City Hall,
401 W Venice Ave.
Room #116 or online
at
www.venicegovcom
Phone 941-486-
2626, ext 21003
fax 941-483-5966
e-mail
ksmith@ci.venice.fl.u
s
DFW/EOE.


MACHINIST, FT/PT plus
Model Airplane Tech.
Mechanical skills required.
Training avail. $10/hr. Call
941-627-5772, 12-5pm.

NO $$$?
NEED $$$$?
M A K E $$$$$!
This opportunity is
available in
Venice
Englewood
North Port
Pay Day EVERY Friday!
Call Now!
Holiday Inn
Venice, Rm 200
455 US Hwy 41
Bypass North
Local 941-485-5769
or 1-800-518-1333
ext. 103
www.dellverthephone-
book.com

ROUTE TECH. Exp. pref.
for condo service & swing
position. DFWP (941)-
485-6313 for more info.


PT Facility Coordinator, But Will Train. Must be at
20+ Hrs/wk, $9/hr. 6-9pm Least 21 yrs Old & Pass
M-F, 11am4pm Sat. Cus- a Pre-employment Drug
tomer Service, Computer Screen. Call 304-647-
Skills, Oversee Activities, 0946 or email
Party Setups/ Teardown, lousurf@gmail.com
Some Custodial. (941)-423-
5500 2110 PARTTIME/
PT FLORAL DESIGNER, TEMPORARY
/SALES ASST, Some ress Falls at the Wood-
Deliveries for Boca Cyp. press a 55alls at the Wood-
Grande Floral Shop lands, a 55+ community ook-
Seasonal Oct-June. ing for PT water aerobics
941-964-3040 instructor, massage therapist,
art instructor, micro or wok
Purchasing Buyer- New cooking instructor. Located off
position with growth poten- Toledo Blade, N. Port 941-
tial. Job duties include item 426-9090
research, quotes, presenta-


tion and order processing.
Items include maintenance
parts, tools and equipment,
production components,
office supplies. Working
knowledge of computers,
accounting software, and
office machinery a must.
Good communication skills
and experience preferred.
Send resume to: The
Mancini Packing Company,
PO Box 157, Zolfo Springs,
FL 33890 ATTN: Duane
Kezele or email to
dkezele@mancinifoods.co
m

QUICK LUBE TECH
Great working
conditions. Exp.,
5-1/2 days. DL req.
Insurance & 401K.
(941)485-5058
S GET RESULTS
USE CLASSIFIED! J
SECURITY POSITION
AVAILABLE
JOSHUA WATER
CONTROL DISTRICT
- a:Pvt-time, night security
position available imme-
diately. No license
required. for more infor-.
mation please call 863-
494-5737
JOSHUA WATER
CONTROL DISTRICT
IS A DRIG FREE
WORKPLACE
Service Porter/Light Build-
ing Maintenance person
needed immediately at Des-
oto Automall. Full-time Mon-
day-Saturday. Valid driver's
license and clean driving
record required. Excellent
company benefits (medical,
profit' sharing, 401k)
$7.00/hr plus overtime to
start. Contact Scott Holt or
Bill Klein 863-494-4848.
EOE, Drug Free Workplace
Summerville at Venice
Assisted Living is now hir-
ng: FT MAINTENANCE
associate. Excellent
entry-level opportunity for
ambitious tnd hardwork-
ng individual. Ideal can-
didates will have experi-
ence with HVAC/AC,
painting, remodeling,
plumbing, electrical work,
landscaping, preventative
maintenance programs,
and cleaning. Must be
detail-oriented,' willing to
be hands-on, and enjoy
working with seniors.
Prior maintenance experi-
ence necessary.

FT Housekeeper. Qualified
candidates will have a high
school diploma or GED,
excellent customer service
skills, great time manage-
ment skills and a LOVE of
cleaning and tidiness!

Great work environment
and benefits, excellent
schedule/ hrs. Applica-
tions accepted Monday-
Friday, 9am 5pm at 200
Nassau Street North,
Venice, or fax resume to:
941-488-3602. EOE/
Drug Free Workplace.


House cleaning & errands.
Bilingual helpful. English,
Italian or Spanish.
'Call (941)-234-2166

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JANITORIAL
help wanted. Thur-Sun,
Sun Flea Market
(941)-255-3532
Lightening White Smile
NOW HIRING 5 PT posi-
tions, am & pm shifts at
Port Charlotte Town Center
cart. Must be outgoing &
ready to work. Send
resume w/preferred sched-
ule to
lightwhitesmile@aol.com or
fax 239) 3344980 ASAP.
Interviews at PCTC food
court on 10/27, 2-7PM.
MANAGER WANTED
SUNCOAST
CAR CARE INC.
Must have good mechani-
cal skills, hose changing,
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vice/automatic car wash-
es clean. Starting salary
$700 week. Call Kevin
941-626-2362
Part time home office
help. Good organizer &
detail person.
Call (941)-234-2166

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BUSINESS
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We're Hiring

for the Holidays
Macy's is seeking service-oriented individuals to
join the team. The holidays are just around the
corner, apply at your favorite Macy's store or online.

macysJOBS.com

&*macy E


2100 GENERAL
PRESSURE WASHER
PROF. NEEDED
Tile roofs, Min. 3 yrs exp.
Only the best need apply.
941-8764278
Production Clerk Bi-Lin-
gual Full-time position
w/benefits. Job duties
include reporting on pro-
duction, employee time and
attendance, and accidents.
Also includes production
supply ordering, adminis-
tering first aid, and basic
clerical duties. Working
knowledge of computers,
accounting software, and
office machinery a must.
Familiarity with production
environment a plus.
Send resume to: The
Mancini Packing Company,
P 0 Box 157, Zolfo
Springs, FL 33890 ATTN:
Duane Kezele or e-mail to
dkezele@mancinifoods.co
m.


2100 GENERAL
TELEMARKETER, aggres-
sive, exp. pref. $6.67 hr +
bonus. Apply in person,
Alstate Agency, 20020 Vet-
erans Blvd. #24. PC.
APPOINTMENT SETTERS
for Intl. Co., upto $11.25/hr,
Bonus/Benefits, FT/PT,
Osprey. (941)9666633
VALET PARKING Attendants
PC, Venice Hosp. F/T, P/T.
Good pay + tips. 1-888-
463-1954 x715. EOE.
Vet Tech for busy clinic. Exp.
pref. & people skills a must.
Apply Lemon Bay Animal
Hosp, 3060 S McCall Rd.
Well Rounded Clean Cut
Reliable Person w/
Strong Interpersonal &
Recreational Skills
Needed for Gasparilla
Adventure Outfitters.
Knowledge of Bikes,
Kayaking, Wake Board-
in or Bonating. All a 4.


IS YOUR CURRENT BOSS A REAL
MONSTER?






NO MONSTERS HERE! ONLY
CARING PROFESSIONALS!

Pinebrook
Rehabilitation & Nursing Center

RNs, LPNs
Full time, 32 hour week, 11 p-7a
Full time, 40 hour week, 7a-3p
Per Diem, all shifts available

C.N.A.s
Per Diem All shifts!
Contact:
Director of Nursing
Pinebrook Rehab & Nursing Center
1240 Pinebrook Rd
Venice, FL 34285
PH: (941) 488-6733
Fax: (941) 484-7924
EOE


2115 HOME BASED/
BUSINESS
DESIRE WEALTH?
Strong desire & moti-
vation = high CEO
income leisurelifenow.
com (941)-639-6225
Dreading Monday? Work
from home. Exec. level
income. No commute; no
boss, total freedom. Call
1-800-634-0608
Need Distributors Now.
World Wide Opportunity. 1-
800-743-9688.
Watch Videos At:
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OMNY $1.600 start your own
Vendng/Candy Route. 25
bie selection macd*ines, 3 i
place. GE THEM OUT OF
OUR GARAGE!(941)875-
9023
OWN A COMPUTER? Put it
to work! Up to $1500 to
$7000/mo FT/PT.
www.iluvmybizl23.com
WANTED vndhg Route or
Vending Macie, any area,
cash buyer (941)8158649

3000








NOTICES

3010
ANNOUNCEMENTS



SU NEWSPAPERS


PUNTA GORDA
OFFICE

NOW OPEN FOR ALL
CUSTOMER SERVICE
BUSINESS

331 SULLIVAN ST
(Olive green 2-
story house, 1st 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

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A RELAXATION STATION
STRESS RELEASE
1225 US 41 unit B3
N of 776 Char. Trade Ctr.
941-625-0141 Hiring
P. C.'S FINEST
SENSATIONS
The Ultimate Stress Release
3860 Tamiami Trail, P.C
2 mi. N. of P.G. bridge.
Always hiring. 941-766-
7995. Private Rooms,
entrance & parking in rear.
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NOW HIRING
Bikini, topless, nude
(your choice)
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SAFEST since 1977!
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4477
24 hours. or log on to:
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T. M. & B. Stress
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ESSENCE
Help is only a call
away. 2414 Tamiami
Trail. 941-875-0500
MWM looking for female,
for relationship,no strings
attached, just good clean
fun. Please call
(941)-661-1715.
DREAMERS -WHY DREAM
WHEN YOU HAVE THE
REAL THING. LOWEST
RATES. (941)-623-2755
Russian & Ukraine Women
are Looking for Long Term
Realtionships. 30-65. For
more information please
call between 6- 99pm
(941)376-0287
ZANY & SASSY
(941)-921-9840
NEW HOURS 9am-9pm!

3040 CARD OF THANKS
St; Judes Novena, May the
Sacred Heart of Jesus be
adored, glorified, loved,
and preserved throughout
the world now & forever.
Sacred Heart of Jesus pray
for us. St. Jude Worker of
Miracles Pray for us. St.
Jude Help of the Hopeless
pray for us. Say this prayer
9 times a day by the 8th
day your prayer will be
answered.. Say it for 9
days. It has never been
known to fail. Publication
must be promised. Thank
you St. Jude.

3050 SINGLES
MALE, 74, seeking
female for friendship or
more. Venice area 941-
492-9472

3060 SCHOOLS &
INSTRUCTION

2 WEEK .CNA TRAINING
$250 SPECIAL/incl. book
Quality Healthcare. State
testing onsite. N. Port 941-
822-2273

NEW CAREERS IN
10 OR 17 WEEKS!




MASSAGE
& Skin Uare
Educating Hands Since 1992
Day Eve. Part Time
Financing Available
Placement Assistance
Open House Thursday
(800) 324-9543
www.famsc.com

3070 BURIAL LOTS/
CRYPTS
Restlawn Cemetery in "Gar-
den of Eternal Love" LAST
2 spaces & 2 burial vaults,
with 1 granite bar. Value
.$6,000. Moving must sell.
(3521-474-6257.


County Administrator DeSoto County
(pop. 35,000 and growing)
Central Southwest Florida
$95,000 $125,000
Serves as chief administrative officer;
$81.4M combined annual budget; 200
employees providing fire, building, public
works, & water/sewer utilities services and
cultural & recreational activities to the com-
munity. Master's degree in public administra-
tion/closely related field desired; 5-7 years
public employment at county administrator
&/or city manager level. Ideal candidate is
proven leader, esteemed reputation in Flori-
da, and ability to network within &/or is close-
ly connected to major state agencies.
Reply with application, form, cover letter,
resume, salary requirements, & availability to
DeSoto County Board of County Commission-
ers, Human Resources Department, 201 East
Oak St., Suite 202, Arcadia, 34266, by
10/31/07. An application form can be
obtained from the County's website -
www.co.desoto.fl.us.
For additional information please contact:
Paul Erickson, Human Resources Director or
Veronica Davis, Human Resources Coordina-
tor/Risk Manager at (863) 9934808. Server
does not accept mail from public IP domain
users. Equal opportunity/access employer.
Drug-free workplace.


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3090 LOST & FOUND
DIAMOND 32 degree
masonic ring. Lost
between Deep Creek &
Budget Medical on Tamia-
mi Trail. $200 REWARD
(941)1-624-6047
LOST CAT in Burnt Store
Isles "BUDDY". Brown/
black & white w/long tail.
Declawed. REWARD.
***FOUND**** ...
LOST/STOLEN: Miniature
Schnauzer, Salt & Pepper,
Male, Last Seen at Pizza
Hut by Sub Station Rd in
Venice on Oct. 8th. Collar
w/ Paw Prints. Daughter
Misses him. 941-485-2593
or 232-8432
LOST: White & Yellow Gold
Bangle Bracelet in PC/Engl
Area, Birthday Present.
Reward! 941-69710656
REWARD LOST Fri. AM
10/12, white male Bichon
(shaved), Deep Creek Blvd.
Heart broken. (941)-623-
0075

4000







FINANCIAL
NEED CASH NOW??
We'buy payments secured
by Real property buisness
loans secured by property'
& other
structured Settiements
Call 1-888-658-9666
or visit
www.noteseekers.com

4010 BUSINESS
OPPORTUNITIES
"CALL ME" Own your own
Home Business, the Product
Sells Itself. Unlimited Income
Possibilities., (941)-426-
5427/239-272-9283
aldea34@verizon.net
' ill BE YOUR
Ej). OWN
BOSS!

Commercial Cleaning
Franchise. Low Invest-
ment. 941-423-7670
www.vanguardcleaning.com
Beginner's Vending Route,
3 combo machines
on location. $11,000
Call (941)-492-3498
FANTASTIC SAMS
National hair salon
franchise. No hair exp.
needed. Low investment.
Strong local support.
Cash business.
Meets E-2 Visa.
1-888-326-7267'
Have your own travel
agency on line, $500 start,
up, $49 per mo. 60% com-
mission + big profits. Call
Jeff 941- 928-6499.
HOME based internet busi-
ness. Your ticket to finan-
cial freedom. Do nothing,
make money while you
sleep. gibline.com/chongc
(941)-223-6951
LIQUOR LICENSE. Char-
lotte, Lee, Desoto & oth-
ers. Financing available.
Call (727) 517-0983 'or
(800) 633-8561.
ONLY $1,600 st your ow1
VenchigCaidy Route. 25
tripel seleion machines 3 n
place. GETTHEM OUT OF
OUR GARAGE! (941)875-
9023
PUT CLASSIFIED
TO WORK FOR YOU
Venice, Englewood,
North Port 207-1200
Pt. Charlotte Areas
Call 206-1200
WANTED Vendcg Route or
Ventng Maches any area.
cash buyer (941)815-8649


4020 FINANCIAL/MISC.

CAR NEED A CAR
OR A HOUSE?
WE CAN HELP YOU!
NO MONEY DOWN!
Call 647-887-1833

4080 LOANS/
MORTGAGES

$$100P/oMagLoean
Tine to Buy is NOW
FH/VA. Eagle Mortgage
Call 941-496-9800
www.E ortgageVeice.com


Is you ARM adjusting.
Re-fi with a low fixed
rate. Paradise Mort-
gage 941-575-5626
PRIVATE MONEY
Real Estate Only
625-7001 or 941-475-
7755
REFINANCE YOUR LAND OR
HOME W/ PRIVATE MONEY;
no income or credit check;
Lic. Local. 1-800-879-6510

5000







BUSINESS SERVICES



SUNs


PUNTA GORDA
OFFICE

NOW OPEN FOR ALL
CUSTOMER SERVICE
BUSINESS

331 SULLIVAN ST
(Olive green 2-
story house, 1st 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

5020 APPLIANCE
SERVICE/REPAIR

CARL'S APPLI-
ANCE REPAIR
Factory Trained
25 years experi-
ence
941-780-3689
repaircarls@yahoo.co
m
Lic.#
L07000078523

5040 CARPET
SERVICES
Bosman Carpet & Uphols
Cleaning-Highest temp. &
strongest vacuum avail, in
industry. Lic & Ins Free Esti-
mates 9414238600

5050 CHILD/ADULT
CARE

FFORDABLE SEN.,O\
HOME CARE BY ANGELS
ur caring home companions
help seniors live at home!
els, housework, shopping
e brands & more. Up to
4hrs. care. Top refs. We do

VIS ITNG ANGELS









Sunday, October 21, 2007


Th..Sun.Classifie Pae1 ///// wvunhrl~o /lsiid


5050 CHILD/ADULT 5100 HOME & COMM.
CARE IMPROVE.
ADULT RESPITE OR An Occupational License
LONG TERM CARE. Will may be required by the City
provide 24/7 service by and/or County. Please call
LPN. PC (941)-815-5674 the appropriate occupation-
ALL CHILDCARE FACILITIES al licensing bureau to verify
MUST INCLUDE WITH CONCRETE
ADVERTISEMENT STATE Driveways, Sidewalks,
OR LOCAL AGENCY & Room Additions
LICENSE NUMBER. Michael Hodge
CNA P!nme care 941-743-4364
companion 20 yrs CUSTOMERS Slow
exp. incl. Hospice times, less bucks. We
care. 941-445-4353 need more work so try
our SUPER DEALS
CLASSIFIED NOW on all home
SELLS repairs & maint pro-
CALL TODAY' jects. We need you
94CALL207-12TODAY! NOW!!! (941)-426-7625
Venice/Englewood DAN THE HANDYMAN
North Port areas I do it all with just one
OR call. Painting, Carpentry,
941-206-1200 Anything? (941)-697-1642
Pt. Charlotte Areas THE' CARPENTER, cabi-
EXPERIENCED CNA offers netry, rotted wood, doors,
24 hr. TLC for your loved windows, counters, soffit,
one in her PC home. Ref. fascia. #RR0067689. Phil
avail. Call 941-623-6903. -627-0657
FLORIDA STATE LAW VINCE DeRico
requires all child care cen- Handyman Service
ters and day care business- eRescreen
es to register with the State *uers
of Florida. The Sun News- Gutters
papers will not knowingly *Hauling
accept advertising which is *Miscellaneous
in violation of the law. 941-483-1060
Mature loving caring CNA
will care for your loved 5110 LAWN/GARDEN
ones Including Alzheimers &TREE
Ref Avail. 941-637-3732
Pinebrook Early Learning "
Academy has Openings for.
Children Ages 5mos 5yrs. *MARK DOUGLAS*
Call Today 941-525-3589 LAWN CARE
Lic. 585101798 Mowing, Edging, Pruning,
Landscaping, Tree Trim-
Responsible mother of 2 ming, Seasonal, Annual,
to baby sit in my P.G. Odd Jobs!
home. Refs available Call 941-234-2486
Angie 941-505-0469 Mark Douglas -
Venice Native
Voluntary Pre-K Roundup! Owner/Operator
VPK Programs in North
Port, Venice & PC, Wrap A & A LAWN CARE
Around Care Avail. World Professional, Depend-
Class McLoughlin Learning able"Now Accepting
Centers. Call Now! 941- New Accounts"
525-3589. 941-661-4783
5053 COMPUTER A & K Lawn Care
SERVICE Mowing, Prune Trees,
Trim Hedges, Mulch
"'COMPUIER REPAIR & Call 276-0772 or 473-
TUTOR 7333
IN YOUR HOME OR OFFICE A JAMISON TREE SERVICE
10% Sr. Disc. Reason- Complete & Professional
able 0 Prompt 941-615- Will Beat Any Estimate!
7888 Free Est. 10% Senior
COMPUTER PROBLEMS? Disc., Lic. & Ins. 24 Hr.
Wireless intemet/network set 941-423-0020
up, Printer set up, Tune up, A+ Tree Cutting,
Advice, Help, Training. .Stump Grinding, Debris
Alex 941-586-0773 Lnading & Hauling-


5060 DOMESTIC
CLEANING SERV.
Don't pay ridiculous prices
to have your home cleaned
or run errands. Rose will do
it for 15.00 hr. 2hr min. Call
575-6864
*** CLEANING **
Residential, new const., busi-
ness & more! Call Never to
Clean (941)650-9851
Housecleaning $20/hr,
Yes We Do Windows &
Screens. Lic. & Ins.
941-447-9498
NEED A HELPING HAND
with cleaning, cooking,
shopping, errands, etc.?
Please call (941)492-2002
SPARKLE and KLEAN -
Maid Service. 34 years
experience. Energetic, hon-
est and dependable. Please
call 941-467-0671
SUE'S CLEANING
FREE ESTIMATES &
REFERENCES AVAIL.
CALL ANYTIME
(941)-240-6738

5080 BOBCAT/
BUSH HOG
Englewood Tractor Svc
Inc
Bushhog mowing, grading,
driveways, gravel, shell, fill
& topsoil. Lic/Ins. 941-475-
2188
DAN'S TRACTOR SERVICE
Comm. & Residential. Lot
Clearing, Tree Removal, Fill &
Grade. Free Est. Dan (941;
4684163

Pete Root's Bush
Hog Service
Vacant lots, Acreage
mowing, Hauling,
Debris removal. Serv-
ing PG, PC, NP Arca-
dia areas. Uc/Ins.
(941)716-4814

5085 FENCES
IN-LINE FENCING
Secure your yard.
Reliable & Quality
Work
941-4 i 6-7430

5100 HOME & COMM.
IMPROVE.
CONCRETE *
High Ouality Low Price
10% OFF WITH THIS AD
Driveway, sidewalks,
patios
LIC. & INS. FREE EST.
941-955-1348 or 586-
4512


Local, 27 yrs. Good
work, very reasonable
prices (941)-629-0020
ACCEPTING NEW LAWN
ACCOUNTS In Englewood
And Rotonda Area. No con-
tracts. All by the cut. Call
941-697-1523 or 941-
268-6882
An Occupational License
may be required by the City
and/or County. Please call
the appropriate occupation-
al licensing bureau to verify
BALLINGER'S
Lawn Maintenance
Full Service By the Cut
or Contract. Lic. & Ins.
941-628-9291
ED THE TREE MAN
Professional Tree Service
Free estimates, fully ins.
All Calls Returned *
941-234-3192
GULF STREAM TURF
"We don't just cut grass
we grow it".
(941)-629-2162
HANDYMAN LAWN SVC.
Sean Hopson-Owner. NOW
accepting NEW accts. PC,
PG, North Port areas. 941-
613-1818, 941-204-3460
JMS MOWING SERVICES,
Great rates, Greater ser-
vice. Mowing, edging,
blowing, per cut or
monthly. 941-628-1283.
KLEAN CUTS LAWN CARE
Mow, Trim, Edge.
Res/Comm. By the Mow or
Contract 941-391-4437 Ask
for Kevin.
R. J. MOORE Landscape
Serv. Lawn Care, Pruning,
Landscape Design, Const,
Degree w/30 yrs. exp.
Senior Disc
(941)-525-0947
SANDEFUR'S
TREE TRIMMING,
LAND SCAPING,
PRESSURE CLEANING &
MUCH MORE. 941-484-
6042

5130 MOVING/HAULING
C&M Northern Express
One Piece or Household,
Local & Long Distance
IM1536 (941)-475-0068
GIANGRASSO MOVING
FLA. Mover Reg. No.
IM407 426-3095
ONE ITEM OR WHOLE
HOUSE
HAULING, YARD &
CONSTRUCTION
WASTE.
Garage Clean Out,
Trash.
426-6379 OR 914-2249


5130 MOVING/HAULING

METRO MOVERS
Low Rates
Great Service
941-457-0025
SKIP'S MOVING Local &
Long Dist. 1 item or whole
house! Fla. Movers Reg.#
IM1142 Lic/Ins 766-1740

5140 PAINTING/
WALLPAPERING

Alexander's Paint
In/Out
Pressure Wash
Home/Drive
Redo-Remove-Install
Too!
Pre Rent/Sale Spe-
cials
30 yr Exp., Lic., Ref.,
Free Estimates Bob
941-496-9131/223-
0941

Repair Al & Morel
EXPERT 50 YEARS EXP.
Also, drywall repair.
Affordable rates
FREE ESTIMATES!
Cal (941)426-7625

5165 POOL SERVICES

*MAGERLY CLEAN
POOL SERVICE
Serving Venice, Nokomis,
Englewood (941)-223-
4725

5180 PRESSURE
CLEANING

MOLDY ROOF?
CLEAN $299 OR
FREE WITH SEAL
(941)-268-3224
Pressure'Cleaning Pool
Decks, Cages, Driveways,
also Exterior Painting.
Lic/lns. 941-284-1281

5195 TILE/GROUT

Bosman Tile & Grout Cleaning
& Restoration. The Utilmate in
Tile & Grout Cleaning. Refs.
avail. Lic & Ins Free Estimates
9414238600
EXPERT Tie instalers. 25
yearsexperience.Best
prices for creative &
expert le work. Floors,
counters, showers, etc.
Afortable rates
FREE ESTIMATES!
Cal (941)426-7625

5230 MISCELLANEOUS

Kelly's Affordable Pressure
Cleaning & Auto Detailing
Svc. We Do It All! Lic. &
Ins.
941-237-1822
THE WINDOW WIZARD
Professional Window Tinting
MOBILE SERVICE
I can Travel to You or Visit
my Studio in Venice
22 yrs Exp
Jeff 941-412-0288.

6000
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MERCHANDISE

MERCHANDISE

GARAGE SALES
6001 Arcadia
6002 Englewood
6003 Lake Suzy
6004 Nokomis
6005 North Port
6006 Pt. Charlotte
6007 Punta Gorda
6008 Rotonda
6009 Sarasota
6010 South Venice
6011 Venice


Flea Market
Auctions
Arts & Crafts
Dolls
Household Goods
TV/Stereo/Radio
Computer Equip
Clothing/Jewelry
Antiques/
Collectibles
Fruits/Veges
Musical
WMedical
Health/Beauty
Trees & Plants
Baby Items
Golf Accessories
Exercise/Fitness
Sporting Goods
Bikes/Trikes
Toys
Photography/
Video
Pool/Spa &
Supplies
Lawn & Garden
Storage Sheds
/Buildings
Building Supplies
Heavy Constr.
Equipment
Tools/Machinery
Office/Business
Fquip & Sup.
Rest. Supplies
Pets & Livestock
Appliances
Miscellanorlou
Warnted to Buy/
TIrade


6000







MERCHANDISE

6001 ARCADIA
10/21/07
-ISAT. & SUN. 8AM-?,
I12837 Se Brown Rd.
(In back of home in
garage) Clothing, house-
hold, furniture, etc.
The U )
J L

PUT CLASSIFIED
TO WORK
FOR YOU!

FIND A JOB!
BUY A HOME!
BUY A CAR!
HYard Sale 207 Macon
Rd. Arcadia 9am-?
Sunday 10/21. Lots of
Family items.

6002 ENGLEWOOD
[-]SAT & SUN, 9am
H7255 Holsum Rd
No Earlybirds.
MOVING SALE

6005 NORTHPORT
H-Mon, 8-1pm, 110 Mar-
tinique Rd (Lazy River Vil-
lage), Men's clothes, house-
hold items, reasonably priced
[-]THURS.-FRI-SAT-S UN.
8AM 8158 Gancedo
Ave. 4 Wheeler, couch,
furn, Flats boat, Alum.
tower second station for
boat, dishes. lots of misc.
(9411-623-6688, '81 3/4
Ton Pick up, runs good

6006 PT. CHARLOTTE
CASH for your Garage Sale
BEFORE you have it. Also
Antiques & Collectibles.
941-875-3442


SMON. & TUES. 7AM-
12PM. 3417 Great
Neck St. Off Beacon.
MOVING SALE due to ill-
ness. Furniture & house-
hold. Everything must go.
D-iSAT & SUN, 8AM-2PM
519 Decatur Street
Tools, Art, Men & Women
Clothes, Boat Motors, etc
-iSAT & SUN. 9AM-??
14507 Dahlgren Ave.
Furniture, hospital bed,
TOOLS, chain saw, large
air compressor, riding
mower, grill, antiques.
Something For Everyone!!
DSAT. & SUN., 9-2,
3466 Corning St.
(941)-629-3672 Moving:
Furn. & misc.
D--SUN. ONLY 10AM-?
18163 Petoskey Cir.
Collingswood to end
becomes Petoskey. Left.
Multi-family. Furniture,
tools, musical instru-
ments, clothes & more.

///////
IN THE SUN
CLASSIFIED
YOU CAN.....

/Find a Pet

/Find a Car

/Find a Job

/Find Garage Sales

/Find A New Employee

/Sell Your Home

/Sell Your Unwanted
Merchandise
/Advertise Your
Business or Service


Classified -
it's the reliable
source for the
right results


D-THURS. 10/18 -
SUN. 10/27. 9AM ?
365 Millport St. Off Lake-
view. Everything must go.

6007 PUNTA GORDA
FRI., SAT. & SUN.
8:30AM-? 2009 Mark
Ave. Off 17 behind Last
Chance Saloon. Tools,
household goods, clothing
[]SAT. & SUN, 8AM-
4PM. Hwy. 17
(Across from the Wal-
mart distribution center
in De Soto County)
BIG sALImu
BIC

HiSUN, ONLY 9AM-
4PM. 3922 Taylor
Rd, 2 family. Household
goods, ladles clothes,
furniture & much more


6007 PUNTA GORDA
iTHURS. thru SUN.,
9- ?, 12355 Gasparil-
la Ave. TGA. YARD SALE.
Everything must go last
weekend, lots of good
stuff left come & get it!

6011 VENICE
- Samaritans Thrift Shop
430-B E. Venice Ave.
Behind Venetian Tile
4840305
50% OFF SALE
October 22 26
Annex Sale 50% Off
-******* ** -
$1.00 Bag Sale
Saturday, October 27th
8:00am to 4:00pm
Sale Ends at 4pm Sharp!
R-SAT, 8-2pm, 676 US
41 Bvoass N. 1-day
MOVING SALE! CHEZ LA
FEMME. Equipment & decor



'' C


6025 ARTS AND
CRAFTS


6030 HOUSEHOLD
GOODS


AIR COMPRESSOR PAASCHE, Bedroom set, full/queen
AIR BRUSHES, $250. HB, desk, dresser, mirror,
OBO. 941-240-0162 night stand, frame, $135.
(941)-661-2452 after 5
6030 HOUSEHOLD BEDS: Gulf Coast Mat-
GOODS tress. Owner selling
business will not be
ABSOLUTE BARGAIN undersold. 627-9919
BEDS. Twin $160 Beds: Twin (2) Sealey Post.
Full $225 Queen Pedic. Ralph Lauren Bed-
$275 ding, Headboards, chest,
King $350 Free deliv- night stands. $400/obo
ery. (941)-875-7726 941-257-0008
(941)-815-6727 BOMBAY CO. entertinament
cen. see Craigs List $50.
"BED: $199 ALL PC 941-258-8708.
BRAND NEWQEENOR Brass Coffee & end tbl,
FILLSI.EORTHOPEDIC 36x36 & 27x24 $195, 2
SEWKING$299 IN AS- area rugs 4x5 $75/ea., 6
1E, piece patio furn, good cond.
WITH WARRANTY, CAN $300, (9411-4974166
DELIVER 941-514787 BREAKFAST set, table/4

**ALL NEW FIRE chairs, $100; dining rm
RETARDENT MAT- table, 6 chairs, china cab.
TRESS SETS, REAL $650; End tabl6 & coffee
MATTRESS SETS FOR table.$50; 2 Bar stools,
REAL SAVIINGS $25. 941-764-6431
W/WARR, FREE DEUV- CHAIR, wingback, light
ERY (941)815-6727 blue, $20. (See Craig's
List) PC 941-258-8708.
**WHOLESALE CHINA CABINET, TABLE
FURNITURE 6 CHAIRS, washed look,
Bedroom, Dining room lime oak. $1000. LAMPS
Living room & more. (6) $18/ea. TOASTER,
Many to choose from. SILVERWARE, SLOW
50-80% off Retail. Pkg COOKER, DISHES. All
deals avail. Can Deliver like new. 941-629-4605
941-815-6727 China Cabinet, table/
chairs, beautiful glass &
2 Homedics Shiatsu mas- oak cabinet w/a buffett
saying cush., exc. cond. style base, tbl w/leaf & 6
$50/ea. 941-629-8088 padded chairs, exc. cond.
3 Bar Stools, Vinyl Cushion. $650, full sz futon lounger
Exc. Cond, $95 takes all. w/blue denim cover & It
(941)-697-8452 oak frame, exc. cond.
4 WICKER Chairs, whi, 1 $125 (941)1474-8402
round patio tbl, 2 sm patio CHINA CABINETS, (2) Solid
tbls, $250 941-697-2537 Mahog, Victorian Loveseat,
56" LCD TV $400., 27" TV very old, $350/ea obo
$50. Twin Mattress $10. (941-423-4721
941-979-9109 Coffee Table oval 40x59"
FURNITURE SHOPP Glass top 1" thick New
1552 S. McCall Rd., $300. $50. Excellent con-
Engl.dition. 941-483-3902
Buying Qualy Used Furn. Couch & Loveseat w/skirt
M-F 10-4. 941-473- microfiber, smoke blue,
1986 very nice $150 obo, (941)-
AC window unit 1 yr old, 505-0995
15,500 BTU $250 (863)- Dehumidifiers, $50
9904674 (941)488-2300
Air Mattress's adj. pillow Dinette Set, small table w/
top, (6) all 38" X 80" X 4 swivel chairs, biege, exc
12"H, never used, still in cond $60 (513)-673-5830
boxes, some with memory Dining room Set, solid
foam, new $1095 ea., sell cherry, table w/4 chairs &
$750 ea. (941)-625-0853 2 leaves, beautiful hutch
ARMOIRE, 3 piece, enter- $650. (941)-347-8958
tainment center, 60"H, Dining set w/4 roller chairs,
Thomasville Bridges coll. good cond., $100, 941-
$375; DRESSER Split 629-8088
level, $175 TWIN HEAD-
BOAD & MATTRESS DINING table. glass, w/ 4
$125. 941-624-3298. upholstered chairs, $150;
dinette table w/4 uphol-
Bar Stools (2) Solid Lgt stered roller chairs, $100.
Wood, $150 both. (941)- (941)-766-1328
Dining Tbl, 6 Chairs Tus-
BAR TABLE round, solid con/Mahog. wood, carved
oak, w/2 oak barstopls. pedastal, $150 456-5198
$300 (941)-468-6623 DUAL RECLINER COUCH,
BED $349 ALL TEMPUR Lane, less than 1-yr old.
NEW NASA VISCO $500/obo (941-662-6229
MEMORY FOAM FULL. ENT. ctr, oak, fits 32" TV,
SIE; QUEEN SIZE t379; exc. cond. $150; 48"
KING $479; NEW IN round oak pedestal table, 4
PLASTIC 10 yr. WARR. chairs & 2 leaves, exc.
FREE DEIVERY 941- cond. $300. (941)- 743-
518-4787 2621
manateebeddingco n Entertainment center, like
Bed Ad new, holds up to 32" TV.
$150 obo. 941-240-0162
Twin Beds, mattresses, ESTATE LIQUIDATORS
boxes, all linens, Frames Sofas, chairs, bdrms, din
$125. King Bed Set, some rms, accent pcs, bookcas-
smoke damage $75. 941- es, desks, lamps, daybeds -
321-6173 U NAME 609 E Colonia
Ln. Nokomis. Tues-Sat,
Bed Frame Canopy, 10-5pm. (941)485-3040
queen, steel, $25. Desk, Factory Direct
big, $35. 941-764-6811 The Bed Man
Bedroom Set 4 pc. Warm Queen Size-New, Double
Maple Finish. New, in Sided Pillow Top Firm
boxes. Will sell $399. $335. Compare $799.
Local PC 941-629-5550 20 Yr Warranty
Bed Mattress/Box. New, 941-204-1579
still in plastic. Will sell 36x60 GLASSTOP TABLE
$100. Loca Port Charlotte w/4 chrs, white backs
941-629-5550 or 941456- w/4 chrs, white backs
5555 o w/multi cushions $225
5555 (941)4964420
Bed, Queen Mattress/Box.
New, still in plastic. Will sell '" '.' 1" '1
$175. Local Port Charlotte .HABITAT FOR
941-629-5550 or 941456- HUMANTFY
5555. Also have KING. ReSale Store
BED: An Absolute Deal, '50% Summer Sales
Nasa Memory Foam has ended. Thank
Mattress Qn $398; Kg you for your support.
$498 Original Tem- 10% Discount on
purpedic Thursdays at the
from $698; All Sizes. Punta. Gorda Store.
25 Year Warranty Tax deductible Dona-
www.mattressdr.com tions accpeted.
4305 Clark Rd Sarasota Please call 941-639-
Free Fast Delivery 7941- 0586. Hours: Tues.
921-4010 Open 7 Days A hru Sat. 9-4 on Boca
Week Grande Blvd. off US

BEDROOM SET 8pc 41 across from Palm
SLEIGH, Cherry, Pine Auto.
or White Qn $1400, 'w^ *'i 3 "i"-*
King $1500. Will -
Deliver. HOT WATER Heater, Tank-
(941)-875-7726 less, Elec. Unlimited hot
water, energy saving


Suncoast
Humane
Society
will have a 51% off
sale on donated
merchandise at our
SThrift Storeat
668 S Tamiami Trail,
Venice. Rialto Shop-
ping center on
Sat. Oct 27
gam-3pm
Heavy Discounip on
many select
Consignments
In the. "ANNEX"

There will be CATS
only. on ihis day for
adoption.
10-2:30pm



we are moving the'
week of October 29,
to our new location
(in the same shop-
ping mall). The
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Auction
Sun., Oct. 28th 1:00pm
(Preview 12:00 noon)
Held at VFW Hall
4940 Pan American Blvd.
North Port, Florida
Exceptional sale to include:
Howard Miller Grandfather
Clock, Bronze Sculptures,
Military Firearm, Antique
Furniture, Trains, Fishing, '
Quality- Porcelain and
Glass, China, Coins, Jewel-
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coming in daily for this sale,
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WED OCt. 24
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Antique& Vintage Fur-
nishings. Persian Car-
pets, ol paintings by
Listed Artists, collection
of Bronzes & silver Dol-
lars, coins, Sterling Sil-
ver, Limoges, Diamond
& Gold Jewelry, Clock.
Nippon, Carnival, Fen-
ton, lamps, VanBriggle
Waterford, Baccarat,
Howard WIller Grandfa-
ther Clock, Beer signs,
Lenox china, Haviland
china, cotume jewlery,
paperweight collection
arrowheads, too much
to list
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Sarasota
Auction
625 N.Tamlami Tr.,
Nokomila
Jeff Carison Auction-
eer
AB896, AU1299
12% BP, Cash, Chk, CC
485-3141


6030 HOUSEHOLD 6030 HOUSEHOLD
GOODS GOODS
LANE liv rm furn, sofa RACE CAR BED Fits
$450; matching loveseat, Twin/toddler matress
vgc $350 (941)-662-6229 Excellent condition
Leather Sofa(cream) $175.00 OBO Deep
Pd. $1100, sell $400, mint Creek PG 613-0206
cond. (941) 505-8502. PGI. Ralph Lauren Duvet cover,
Lexington Dinette Set, Tbl bed skirt, 5 shams, 3 pr.
63"x43", (2) 15" Leaves, 6 drapes $100. Loveseat,
Chairs, 62" Wd Break Front, tufted "Hickory" $75 BSI
$1500. (941-223-9771 End table, $75 (941-639-
0468
PUT CLASSIFIED
TO WORK FOR YOU Sectional Sofa w/queen
Venice, Engewood size sleeper. Asking $300.
Venice, Englewood,
North Port 207-1200 Call 941-627-6599.
Pt. Charlotte Areas SECTIONAL SOFA w/queen
call 206-1200 sleeper and 2 recliners,
blue, $300. (941 )-473-
Lg Sofa & Loveseat muted 9760
floral, like new non-smokers Serta King Mattress &
$325863-993-1899 Serta King Mattress &
Boxspring, Pier One Dk Wd
Living Rm. Set Topey Headboard & Frame. $500
Brown 7 piece. Excellent obo (941)-270-1219
cond. $750 obo ask for Sofa $300, Rattan foyer tbl
Alicia 941-416-6658 $100, 2 computer desks
LOFT BEDRM SET, nt $250/ea., Rattan DR tbl &
stands, dresser, armoire, chairs $225 $ several area
desk, solid It wood w/ rugs 941-497-2077
white trim, exc cond $500 Sofa Sleeper, Basset, Full
w/o matt (941)-716-3506 size, like new, ivory & green
Loveseat, new, only fabric, $325 (941-743-
2 mos. old w/Recliner, 5771
$450 (941)-876-3834 SOFA, loveseat & chair,
MATTRESS & BOX SPRING, beige fabric, good cond.
Steams & Foster. Queen Dbl Non smoking home. $275.
pillowtop, off white, exc. cond., (941)-626-5902
hardly used. Was $2k. Asking SOFABED $100; Din Rm
$675 (941)4294238 set, cane back chrs $100.
BED: An Absolute Deal, & more! (941)-697-8233
Nasa Memory Foam Tahitian Hutch Odd Shape,
Mattress Qn $398; Kg Bamboo, 1 of a Kind. Multi
$498 Original Tem- Purpose, $650 (9411875-
purpedic 5560
from $698; All Sizes. Trundlebed w/poup
25 Year Warranty Trundlebed w/pop-up
www.mattressdr.com twin mattress $399. Solid

4305 Clark Rd Sarasota wood rocker,$75. 941-485-exc
Free Fast Delivery 941- cond. 941-485-9394
921-4010 Open 7 Days A VERTICLES, white cloth, 8
Week pair + slider, various sizes
$120 obo. 2 counter chairs
MATlRESS: $199ALI. (low) w/casters $30 pair.
BRND NEW QUEENOR 941-639-9294.
FULL SIZE ORTHOPEDIC
SET KING $299 IN PAS- Waterbed, King, black nau-
TI", gahyde, curved headboard,
WITH WARRANTY, CAN FF mat. & heater.
DELIVER 941-518-4787 $200 (941)-661-6668
MEDIA cab. (corner), 44x 6040 TV/STEREO/RADIO
23", dark wood, $350.
(941)-624-5598 after 10a 50" Big Screen TV. Toshiba
MOVING Sale! Exc Comp Projection Will Demon-
desk $275, oak dining table state. $175 o.b.o. (941)
$350, Couch $150, Sofa, 876-6171
$75., recliner $75. 10% off 50" PROJECTION RCA,
for cash (941)-240-6596 GREAT PICTURE!!! MOV-
MOVING SALE. 2 recliners ING MUST SELL!!!
$175 each. 6 lamps $15 $175 OBO
each. Dishes & silverware (941)234-3225
$25. Pots & pans $10. 52" big screen TV, excel-
Much more 941-629-4605. lent condition, Asking $300
MOVING SALE: like new liv- (941)-815-0968
ingroom, dinette, large ent. 57" Toshiba big screen TV
center, patio set, 50" pro- 4 yrs. old, perfect cond.,
jection TV. Details, (941)- $750 obo (941)-473-2620
639-6602 High Definition Projector up
Moving! King bed, Henry to 350", only 5 mos. old, in
Link, white wicker w/Laura box, paid $1,000, sell
Ashley bedding $260/all, $450 obo, (941)-347-8795
Eterge $125 497-2077 CLASSIFIED
MOVING- L/R SET $750:
Sofa, LoveSeat, 3 Tables, SELLS
2 lamps, Navey. SECTION- CALL TODAY!
AL $100 White. TODDLER 941-207-1200
BED $25:DORA w/Matt. Venice/Englewood
COMP DESK $50, Cor- North Port areas
ner.ROLLTOP DESK $50, OR
941-586-3617 941-206-1200
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bench, w/weights, $50.
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Patio Set 60" Round White
Fiberglass Tbl, 9 Pcs Set of
CG White Alum. Chairs w/
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941-223-9771
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Corner of West
Virginia Ave. and
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(941) 205-1000


SONY, 46" PROGRESSIVE
LD TV, new, never used.
$999 (941)4964420
TV, 25" console, curtis
mathis, $15 (941)-661-
2452 after 5pm.
TV, 27" Colored Console
Sylvania, $75. (941-474-
7573

6060 COMPUTER
EQUIPMENT
941-629-6337 Dave in-
house / office, computer
repair set-up. Serv Char
Cnty8+yr No local trip fee
COMPUTER REPAIR -
In-Home & Office. Sr. Disc.
& No local trip fees. Ray @
941-286-7055 A+ Tech
COMPUTER SET UP, com-
plete w/WIN XP, all in one
printer, 2-dr. file cab, all for
$325. (941)-475-2727
DELL PHOTO All-in-One exc.
cond. Copier, scanner,
printer. $90 obo. Call 941-
625-2583.
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6070 ANTIQUES
COLLECTIBLES

WE REPAIR old radios
anything with tubes.
Amps.,Phonographs
etc. 941-624-3286
ALWAYS BUYING vintage
clothes & costume jewelry
from Estates-Shops-YOU!
any qty./cond. 627-2254
ALWAYS BUYING
Sterling Silver, Quilts.
Paintings, Furniture.
NEW ENGLAND
ANTIQUES
(941) 639 -9338
CASH PAID FOR: Wind up
Tin Toys, Pre 1970 Base-
ball Cards, Antique Glass,
Pottery, Old Dolls, Pre
1970's 941-234-8062
OPENING SOON
Old Town Antiques &
Collectibles in South
Punta Gorda. Dealer
space available.
Can be seen Mon, Tue,
Wed or Fri. 3853
Acline Rd. Call John for
an appointment. 941-
621-2499 or
941-928-8049
ANTIQUE English sewing
table, solid oak, 3 draws,
$265. (941)-493-5649 or
941-223-8770
Coffee Grinder, wrought
iron: Hay Cutting Tool. Gov-
ernor Winthrop Desk; mar-
ble top Table; carved Vase;
Silverware with cabinet on
legs; extensive carved Pie
Table glass top; odd
China/Lamps. $1000/all
941-627-3692.
Magic the Gathering Cards
for-sale $400 OBO
(941)423-7572
Arcadia Antique shop in
great location has deal-
er space available. Rea-
sonable rent & low commis-
sions. Want experienced
person with quality antiques
to work 1 day per -week.
Will discount rent. 941-627-
4101 or 941- 380-7435.
Waterford Crystal-2 Ash-
trays, 1 Decanter, 1 Bell
$500 941-429-8234
WANTED WW I II U.S.
GERMAN, JARP.
Helmets, Insignia
Swords, Daggers,
Bayonets. Etc.
941-624-6706.

6090 MUSICAL

Acoustic Bass Guitar
Applause AE40 with plush
hard case $125; elec Bass
Hamer Slammer with soft
backpack case $225,
Dean Markley K15b amp
$60, Fender Bassman 25
amp $225, elec guitar with
hard case $75 941-460-
0355
GUITAR. 30's roundneck
Hawaiian acoustic, case.-
$185. 941-492-6090
Selmer Sax w/case, good
condition $200 Obo,
SOLD!
The Sport of Piano-new
piano, keyboard, organ for
adult beginner. Piano
Lessons avail for children
ages 6-18 941-697-8653
Yamaha Guitar, Sbtrat Copy,
Black, Exc. Cond. Grt Tone.
$150 941456-5198.

6095 MEDICAL

Hospital Bed, excellent
cond. $150 941-661-5530
JAZZY/ Scooter chair, 4
wheel, cost $5800, used 2
mos. 6 mos wrrnty, $1100.
Lift also avail. (941) 586-
9686.
Wheelchair Deluxe model
for sm. person w/adj. legs
$210. 3 wheel walker,
$60. (941)474-7387
WHEELCHAIR, Electric Jet
2, 2006, retail $5,500, sell
$1995 941-624-6250

6100 HEALTH/BEAUTY
Acrylics nails supplies.
brushes, powder, nail tips
$100 obo. 941-240-0162
Massage Table, nearly new,
blue "Spirit". only $450 Beth
(941)474-1210

6110 TREES & PLANTS
BAMBOO
Bamboo farm
www.bamboo-farm.com
941-505-8400
Neem Trees no skeeters,
flys, ants, 2900 medicinal
purposes. 863491-5149


Viburnum, $2.50/up.
Coconut, Adonidia, Fish, Fox
Tail Palms, 941-488-7291

6120 BABY ITEMS
3-inl CRIB w/mattress & stor-
age drawer, matching dresser
w/changing top. Clean, white
& in exc. cond.,
Bassett brand. $200/all
941426-8212
Ellis simplicity crib 4 in 1,
nat. wd. color, good cond.,
$100, 941-629-8088


6125 GOLF
ACCESSORIES
1991 Club Cart, dk green,
new body, windsield & cur-
tais $1,200 941-497-2077
1997 Easy Go gas Work-
horse Golf Cart, w/tilt trail-
er & hauling trailer, extra
tires, Eng. Rebuilt $3000
(863)494-5305
DATREK hard case. Rollers,
ABS, combo, blue. Fits 52"
clubs. Used only once.
$120. (941)-743-2535
Early 90 Club Car, good
shape w/charger, $750
obo (941)-780-1544
GOLF CLUBS, Ladies RH
complete set with bag.
$50. Call 941-258-0472
IRONS, Callaway Fusion
graphite, great cond.
$585. (941)-639-9150
Yamaha Gas Golf Cart.
$850 (941)-484-3412

6128
EXERCISE/FITNESS

Body by Jake, AB SCIS-
SOR. Paid $269 Ask-
ing $100/obo. (941)-
743-8972 (N Port area)
BUYING & SELLING
USED Treadmills, Exc.
Bikes, Weight Equip.,
Bowflex Motivator II, $650.
12 Mo. No Payments, No
Interest. Play It Again
Sports. US41,lJust South
of Midway. 941-255-
1378
CROSS BOW 2000 exer-
cise machine, $500/obo.
(941-627-1601
Fitness Machine, CoreEvo-
lution, $395 obo (941)-
445-4932
Norda Track Ski machine,
$55; Bow Flex exerciser,
$180.'(941)474-7387
Total Gym XL w/accessories
& video tape $300, Ab scis-
sor $150 (941)-815-0968
Treadmill dash board, Sole
F-83. New. $300 obo.
941-240-0162
TREADMILL
excellent condition,
$350 (941)-697-8309
TREADMILL, Life Gear,
Walk Escape, w/controls
$50 (941)-468-6623
Treadmill, Nordic Track,
very nice, 2 yrs. old
$400 obo (941)-769-0461


6145 POOL/SPA/ 6170 BUILDING
& SUPPLIES SUPPLIES

Hot Tub 5 person exc. ENERGY SAVING TIAN
cond., 1 1/2 hp pump A WATER-
$500 941-624-5044 HEATERS Save
Hottub, 3ppl, 2 yrs old, Grt money Save space
Cond. $600. You take it $249.00 FACTORY
away! (941)-400-6383 DIRECT PRICE!!!
POOLS/ SPA new mtrs, AO (941 )-492-5675
Smiths. UST1072 3/ 4hp,
$60 & UST1152 1 1/2hp FILL DIRT FOR SALE
$110. 474-7387 1800 YARD LOADS
SPA, 4 people (Brand 941-628-5889
New) $800 (863)-990-FREE Plywood Storm
Panels for a 3 bedroom
home. Tap-Cons incl.
6160 LAWN & GARDEN (941)-255-5300


15.5 HP 42" cut Murray
lawn tractor Very good
condition. $450/obo
941-270-6178
Concrete Pavers
230) 6" x 6" $100.
(941)-764-6811
CRAFTSMAN 5.3HP self
propelled w/bagger, good
cond $75. SOLD! -
Craftsman riding mower
20 hp, 42 in deck, 6 spd
less than a year old $600
941-763-9227
Garden Tractor Pull Behind
Spring Rake With Change-
able Plow 2" Ball Hitch.
$275 o.b.o. (941) 876-
6171
John Deer Tractor 42' cut,
20hp w/grass catcher pd
$2400 asking $1400
(863)-990-4674
John Deere RX75, 9HP,
38" cust $350. Blower In
box $50. Wacker Easy
Start $60. All $500. 941-
3914988
Lawn Mower 525 John
Deere, 48" cut, 17hp, auto
drive, $325. Lawn Mower -
Encore, 0 turn, 52" cut, liq-
uid cool, $1,475. Both
good cond. (941)-639-
8161
LAWN MOWER, 22" Murray,
Big wheel, 6.0 Briggs &
Stratten. $45 Call 941-629-
8579
Lawn mower, riding, 42"
cut, 14hp, great cond,
$250 SOLD!!
MOWER, 17.5hp, 46" cut,
auto trans., Murray Lawn
Tractor, like new, $475.
obnhn (941)-255-1965


6130 SPORTING. MOWERS 2 Self-prop. $175
GOODS & $225 mower $90 p/t lat-
tice-60' $25 941-626-3102
22 Cal. Beretta S/A Model
21A, New in Box, ID Req. MURRAY 16HP, 42", 6
$235 *.*SOLD** speed trans., shift on the
300 SAVAGE, model 99R, go, $495. 941-625-7900.
pre-war (1940), factory Riding Mower Trailer
hand checkered stock, $35, elec edger $35,
exc., shape, shows very lit- 2 bikes $75 (941)-2768749
tie wear. Strap & scope. RIDING MOWER, Garage
$650 941-624-0831 kept, extra nice, recently
80's rare Comet serviced, first come, $300,
pinball machine, (941)-268-0917'
$450 obo (941)-426-7393 RIDING MOWER, Murray,
AR-15 rifle, by DPMS 12.5HP40" Cut, garage
$1,500 w/accessories kept. $350. Call
(941) 623-3835 SOLD!!!
ARCHERY EQUIPMENT SOLD!!!
1 pc 72" recurved Target
bows (2), arrows incl. WHITE, LATTICE-TOP,
$75/ea (941)475-9932 PRIVACY FENCE
Jennings, Compound Bow, $60 941-623-2516
Carbon XLRS Wayne Pear- 6165 STORAGE SHEDS/
son Model, 27" Draw, 65# 6165 STORAGE SHEDS/
with hard case $200 941- BUILDINGS
624-0831
624-0831 12'x14' SHED, like new, 4'
MARLIN 22 $195. 20 ga. door $1200. 10'x16'
Mossberg $125. 38 S&W w/roll-up garage door
snub $395 941-735-5541 $1000. 941-629-7727.
Mathews Outback Bow,
loaded, $750 obo STORAGE, GARAGE,
(941)-815-3497 TOOL & STEEL BLDGS.
Pinball & Arcade '* Trade-ins 0 Buy
machines wanted. Used *Fast Deliv.0
Cash paid working or Instant Financing *
not (863)-558-0198 (941)-629-9955
RIFLE Browning Safari, SHED'S NOW in PC.
auto, leopold scope, has 11596 Kings Hwy. E
$1,400 into, .will take 0 2nd New Location
$1,000 obo 629-0856 12594Tamiami Tr. PG
SPORTRAP GUN 1.5 mi. S. Tuckers Grade
SHOP SUPER SALE
Outdoor swap meet 6170 BUILDING'
& sale Sat. 9-5. Area's SUPPLIES
Largest Gun Shop With
Over 300 Guns In Stock. CENTRAL AC UNIT FOR
New Glocks From $475. LARGE HOUSE, New, Still
New Mossberg 12GA from in Box, All Warranty
$175. New Savage Rifles Papers. $2200. Also Used
From $275. 4203 James AC $400
St. PC. 629-7775 (941)-685-3520
Weatherby 300 mag w/ Crane Reverse Osmosis
Nikon scope & soft case, system, 3000 gallon, 3yrs
like new! $650 firm old, excellent
(941)-484-1657 condition. $1,400 obo.
941-979-9927.
6135 BICYCLES/
TRICYCLES cultured Marble
36 x 60 &42 x 60
3 WHEEL BIKES (2), good tubs new overstock
cond. $100 & $125. (941)- $100.00 each/obo.
575-0377 Also misc tops & sills
FOLDING SS bikes (2), 5 629-4111
spd. 20" tires, great cond DESIGNER LAMINATED
$325 ea. (941)-639-9150 FLOORING Never used
His & hers Mountain Bikes, 30% thicker. $.79 sq. ft.
26" & 24", exc cond! Must sell 239-334-4839
$75/pr (941)-474-0109 Elk 50 yr. dimensional extra
Mongoose MGX 26" 18- thick shingles. Barkwood
Speed Mtn. Bike Like New Brown color Prestique High
$50. SOLD! Definition. 110 mph rated,
approx. 30 bundles or 700
6138 TOYS sq. ft. 5 bundles Seal A
Ridge caps, 6 bundles
PLAY STATION 2, silv slim, Starters, 3/4 case of col-
1 wireless, 1 reg cont, lated nails. Perfect amount
mem card, 3 games $125 for garage or shed. Cash &
(941)-922-9166 carry $595, 661- 7615


6231 BIRDS

Umbrella Cockatoos, 1 F 5
yr, 1 M 4 yr, Serious
inquiries only 627-5718

6232 CATS


Cute, baby cat needs a
good home. Details at
www.maxkelly.corVcat
or call (941)485-9883
FREE KITTENS (3), 6 wks
old, 1 female & 2 male,
(941)-429-5501
SIAMESE All tests neg. vet
cert. shots, loving babies.
Pedigreed Seal Lynx/M,
$400, Bluepoint/F, $300.
941-358-5417 or email:
kamakatl@verizon.net

6233 DOGS


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1/2 English Bulldog, 1/2
American Bulldog, 12 wks.,
M, shots & housebroken
$500 obo, (9411-286-1376
HOT WATER Heater, Tank- Adorable Tiny Yorkies,
less, Elec. Unlimited hot 1M/2F Mom & Dad 61bs,
water, energy saving Call for Appt. Bargain at
unused in box $249., $795 (941)-475-7314
(941)429-9530
HURRICANE PANELS from AKC NEWFOUNDLAND
two homes, $1500. Call PUP, 5 MOS. OLD, ALL
941-625-2160 days. SHOTS, DRY MOUTHED,
941-25 days. CRATE TRAINED, HOUSE-
HURRICANE SHUTTERS, (8) BROKEN. ILLNESS
68x16, (1) 56x16 + attach- FORCES SALE, CALL
ment brackets. 20 gauge, JOHN 941-232-0531
galvanized steel, $5 ea.
(941)-575-4450 Akitas to Yorkies
Porcelain Tile 20 PUPPYS PUPPYS PUPPYS
1 $750.Movinge Many to Choose From
1030 SF $750. Moving Tile Our Quality Puppies
in P.C. *SOLD* Are worth your Drive
We do windows custom Puppies starting at,
windows arcylic or vinyl for $288
your screen room/lanai at Petland of Sarasota
discount prices, low cost 941-343-9752
installation available, Fruilville Rd. next to Target
rescreening and more. Call Amer. Pit Bull puppies Blue
Collins ADBA/UKA Purple rib-
Aluminum 863-494-3440 ADBA/UKA Purple rib-
bon/Grand Championship
lines. 941-661-8134
6190TOOLS/
MACHINERY Attention Big Dog Lovers, 2
yr old Male Pit Bull/Sheltie
3500 PSI pressure washer Mix Free to good home941-
4 GPM, 10HP Tecumseh 623-8920
eng $600. 629-7727. Beagle puppy, male, look-
GENERATOR, 5hp all tuned ing for a good home.
up ready to go, $100.941- Crate, toys, everything
575-9023 included, $200. Call (941)
GENERATOR. Honda EM 7864612.
5000 SX. Elec. start, on CHIHUAHUA Puppies 7
wheels, exc cond. $575 wks adorable call 863-
firm. (941)474-7387 558-2797 863491-5494
INDUSTRIAL air compres- CHIHUAHUA Puppy male,
sor, 220 volts on skids 10 wks, shots & vet
$300. 941-505-1177. checked $300.
NARDINI 14" Lathe Col- 941-276-1274
lects, Taper attachments, Lots Cocker Spaniel, AKC,
of tooling, Good Cond. $4500 4 mos. old, male,
9414164075 $250 (941)-426-2768
Pressure Washer, Kracher, DACHSHUND Red Minia-
2400 PSI, 5HP Honda 5 ture, male, 12 weeks.
tips. $175. (941)474-0109 $275 cash 941-743-0479

6195 FARM EQUIPMENT English Bull Dog
Puppies, AKC, $1500 ea.
FORD Tractor 1953 Model Pug Puppies, AKC $300.
NAA, brush hog, finish 941-628-5760
mower, box blade, post
hole & rake. $7,000. (941)b FREE to good home, Schip-
639-8741 perke, 4 yr female,, good
w/everyone. AKC 'reg.
Tractor, Kabota 4WD diesel (941)-639-1633
w/pw steering, like new,
136 hrs., disk mower, FREE to the right home.
rake, blade & trailer (941)- 'Beautiful rescued female
650-3741 dog, 451bs,. prospective
owner must have vet refer
6220 OFFICE/BUSINESS 863-990-4769
EQUIPJSUPPLIES Got Iov ,'- .,
.Wait to'sWhI ',
HUNDREDS OF Pre- home with di
owned 'desks, files, chairs, *, ,RS eeds ..
conference tables, parti- fami'-..
tions, workstations. All at *' so.ti e'
huge savings! Call 941/475.',fI ,
OFFICE OUTFITTERS -for moieJlite i
881 E Venice Ave., Venice
485-7015 or 800-330-9215 IMPERIAL SHIHTZU
ONLY $1,600 sityour owm Reg. 11 wks, vet
VenAgdCi Ny Route. 25 checked, health
t1ile selection machdes, 3 h cert. Tiny boys &
place. GETTIEM OUT OF girls. $295up
OUR GARAGE (941)875- tinypuppiestoeo.com
9023 Other small breeds
WANTWiD eng Roule or & pics avail.
Vnding Mades any area (941)-780-1630
Labs, Beautiful Chocolate,

6225 RESTAURANT AKC, Shots & health cert.
SUPPLIES Ready for Halloween. $600
ea 941-763-9559
Ice Machine, 2005 MIN PINS, 2 Male, 2 yrs.
Hoshizaki KML-450. Air old, must stay together.
cool wAg bin,. $950. Owner moving and must
(941)-347-%098 C m a must
find a good home for her

6231 BIRDS Buddies! 941-232-6125
MIN. Schnauzer, 2 Fe, Free
to good home. must go
AMAZON 'blue front parrot, together. "**GONE**
w/cage, tame, $500. Eclis- MINIATURE PINCHER all
tus parrot, w/ex-lg cage, shots all accessories.
tame and talks well. $850. $300. Call 941-575-0962
941-662-0316
COCKATIELS $15: MUST SELL...Pitbull pup-
ZEBRA FINCHES $5.00 pies $75 each. 4 mths old.
ZEBR F ES2 $5.0 If interested please email at
N PORT (941)429-5224 ladylukk_22@ yahoo.com
Cockatiels, (2) and enter "PUPPIES" in the
fancy w/large cage. subject box.
1*.J 41 2700733


EXOTIC BIRD EXPO
SUN. NOV 4, 10-4
POTTER BLDG
by Robarts Arena
Sarasota. VENDOR
TABLES AVAIL.
941-475-7103


POMERANIAN pups AKC,
1 male, 2 females, health
cert. Avail after 10/30
$600 ea. 941-575-1684


6233 DOGS 6250 APPLIANCES
HOT WATER Heater, Tank-
Pom Poo, 9 month, M, Big less, Elec. Unlimited hot
Beautiful Blonde, Shaggy water, energy saving
puppy, very playful & smart unused in box $249.,
$550. 624-3173 (941)429-9530
MICROWAVE 900 watt
POMERANIANS Magic Chef
Tiny vet checked, $40.00 941-830-0601
CKC registered.
Boys & Girls. MILLER'S APPLIANCES
tinypuppiestogo.com New & Used 2006 &
(941)-780-1630 2007 Scratch & Dent
Model Appliances
POODLE MINIATURE SLASHING PRICES
SILVER MALE TO BREED ON EVERYTHING
WITH YOUR FEMALE. HE IS STAINLESS STEEL
10 POUNDS $400.00 REFRIGERATORS $750
SERIOUS CALLS ONLY STAINLESS STEEL
941-697-1679 RANGES $750
USED WASHER & DRYER
Red nose pit puppy PAIRS FOR $250
very loving and playful, TOO MUCH TOO USTI.
must go to good home. ITEMS WONT LAST.
$350 obo MUST SEE TO BEUEVET!
(941) 639-2869 VISIT OUR WEBSITE AT
www.millersadoliances.com
TINY PUPPIES FOR WEEKLY SPECIALS N!!
Chihuahuas to Yorkles, LOCAL WAREHOUSE IN
All Shots, $500, Private NORTH PORT, FL
Breeder (941)-284-9290 Mon Thurs 9am 5pm
YORKIES, 3 CKC Male, 8 Fri, Sat & Sun 9am 4pm
wks. Health Certificate. All 4953 TROTT CIRCLE. N.P.
Shots. $675. (941)-286- BLDGA. UNITS9&10I
2927 941-961-5868 Store
941-429-8378 Warehouse
6234 MISC. PETS MILLERS APPLIANCES
New & Used 2006 &
2007 Scratch & Dent
FERRETS .(2) Male, with Model Appliances
cage and accessories. Very This Week's Speciall
sweet and playful. Must SLASHING PRICES
stay together. $125/all. ON EVERYTHING!
941-815-3722 VISIT OUR WEBSITE AT:
www.millersappliances.com
6235 LIVESTOCK Mon Thurs 9am -5pm
Fri, Sat & Sun 9am 4pm
4953 TROTT CIRCLE, N.P
*Horse Boarding BLDG A. UNITS 9 & 10
& Lessons* 941-961-5868 Store
Show Barn Setup. 941-429-8378 Warehouse
$495/month full.
941-234-7619 Mini Fridge/Beverage Cool-
er, glass dr. Pd $160 sell
Discount bird cages $85. 941-258-0472
Discount dog crates Newer Washer & Dryer,
Pet Owner's Warehouse white $100./firm
(941)-627-4787 941-286-3767
FULL BOARD new barn, 16 REFRIG. white Whirlpool
stalls, Lipizzan trail, 941- side by side, ice/water on
626-0172 door, exc. cond. $350. Call
$400/$425 (941)-628-2183.
HERD FOR SALE: REFRIGERATOR, 20 cf,
Bulls, Cows, Calves. almond, Kenmore, ice
941-468-4838 for info. maker, very good cond.,
Private barn NP Estates 1 $150. firm. Stove, elec.,
stall open to pasture $525 almond, Kenmore good
mo 941-240-5672 cond. $75 obo 941-625-
2949
RABBIT Male: Gray & REFRIGERATOR, Friidair
White, Great w/Kids, REFRIGERATOR, Frigidaire
Cai0e, Food, Ac -' pure source, bisque, side
series. Needs Good by side, $300 (941)496-
Home $100. Call 204- 4420
3100 REFRIGERATOR, Range
Dishwasher, Microwave,
Tractor, Kabota 4WD diesel Compactor and hood, all
& Brangus bull, 2 yrs. old, Matching Stainless Steel
(941)-650-3741 w/black trim. Almost new.
$1800. Call Bruce
6236 PET SUPPLIES. & 941-284-0620
SERVICES
Refrigerator, Whirlpool
300 gallon saltwater Frost Free.
reef tank, stand, sump, $75 941-6614311
and new pump Stacked Kenmore Full Size
$750.00 Washer & Dryer. Like New!
941-423-6103 $400 (941)-256-6000
55 Gallon Complete Fish- Used appliances for sale:
Tank Everything You Need Kitchenaid superba side by
Except Fish w/ Stand $200 side refrigerator white
(941)-716-3103 $700-Frigidare slide in
DOG HOUSES (2) By Pet Safe, range electric white $350-
Lg. $70 & Sm. $45 Kitchenaid dishwasher
Venice 941-815-0247 white $250-Microwave
iLOVE PETS? white $60. Also entertain-
WANT TO MAKE ment center $500. Port
A DIFFERENCE Charlotte-Gulf Cove area.
OLUNTEER T Please call 941-697-9511
Englewood Animal Washer $125 Dryer $90.
Rescue Sanctuary. W/D set $225. glass top
CALL US AT stove$350. 941-62'6-
(941) 475-0636 3102
Midwest Dog Crate. Extra Washer & Dryer, 1 yr old.
Large. Original all metal. $250 for both (863)-990-
$100.00 941-626-3113 4674
PARROT CAGE WASHER & Dryer, GE
large size $150. combo, extra capacity,
Call 941-204-1313 runs good, Both $125.
(941)-623-0251
6250 APPLIANCES Washer & Dryer, Whirlpool
exc. cond. 1 yr. old, white
$40 SERVICE CALL The $300/pr, (863)-629-5528
Areas most trusted Appliance
Repair Service, serving PC, WASHER & dRYER, white
N.P. Engl, Venice. We can fix very good Condition $85
itl 941473-9484 EACH. CII 941-743-9673
5 ETS Wshe ye WASHER & DRYER, White,
5 SETS Washers/Dryers G.E. Like new, used very lit-
asstd. models, $75 ea or $5 9-4
$150 set. 941-629-7727. tie. $350. 941475-5780
A/C 18,000 BTU, Super Washer and Dryer
Cool Like New 115V $350. GE Super capacity. Very
941-3914988 little use. $200 firm for
941-3914988 the pair. Call after 5pm
Amana Electric Range, self 624-3632
cleaning oven $75. Sharp
Carousel under cabinet Washer/Dryer, Due't front-
Microwave $50. load with stands, smooth
941-474-7708 top range w/wall mount
APPLIAlNCE WORLD microwave 5pc. wall bed
APPLIANCE WORLD system. $1500 for all 941-
Washers/Dryers $129. ea 423-532
or $249. set. 423-32
Refrig/Stoves also. Up White fridg.w/manual
to One Year Warranty. 20.6cf,ice maker,3yr old
941-766-0226 $175 941-661-0844


CHEST FREEZER, MAJIC
CHEF, pd $160 sell $90.
941-258-0472ai
Dishwasher, Whirlpool,
white, very good condition,
have manual, model Series
900/915, $75, (941-639-
0893
FREEZER, upright,
$450., Stove, elec.
$300., (941)-585-9710
FRIGIDAIRE freezer, com-
mercial freezer, $125
(941)-716-8202
GE Refrig, Top Freezer full
size, off White. $100 (863)-
735-0465


6260 MISCELLANEOUS
3 FREE Arcade Redeption
Games Must GO!! (863)-
558-0198






CAMERA 35mm MAMIYA/
SEKOR w/ 60mm Lens +
Vivitar 200mm Telephoto &
Vvitar Auto 300mm Telepho-
to Lens/Charger/Case $70
(941)426-1531


6260 MISCELLANEOUS


7000


Cargo Carrier by Thule
600, X-Lrg Fits on Top
of SUV/Auto $100 obo
941-375-6915
CHRISTMAS TREE, 7.5"
Douglas Fur, pre lit w/reg.
size multi colored lights. TDANPRTATIO
Used once. Paid $229. Sell IillllASPORTAIO
$125. 941-493-2641
Coke Machine for Cans '
Works From 1980's. $400 ',
obo (941)426-3611
ENCLOSED patio fire pit,
very good cond. w/ wood,
$45/obo. (630)-248-3596 BUDGET CAR SALE -
Exterior & French Doors $75- End Of Summer Sale
$150. chest freezer $99 mini Rental & Off Lease
fridge $35. 941-626.3102 dation .
Call 239-433-1886For
Fresh Florida' details
JUMBO SHRIMP
ARRIVING NOW @ 700
$6.00 LB. 7000
941-623-2100 7
HAM RADIO COLLECORS -
Drake Station, TR4CW/
RV4C/MS4 spkr/WV4 Watt S
Meter/+ Dentron Meter Ant.
Tuner/ Rated at 300w 10-80
Meters, HP Sgl Sideband RA
TRANFCVR/Above Items Pur- TRANSPORTATION
chased New April 1977 Has
been in Storage about 25yrs.
Asking $165 obo (941)426- 7020 BUICK
1531
Hot tub, Hi top Van, Shave 10/21/07PAR
Ice Mach, Uni Gym, Refrig & 1987 BUICK
many appl. 941-697-1926 AVENUE, Asking $5501
(941)-484-9310
KIDS SWING Set $25.; 1994 Buick Road
Mickey Mouse phone Wh1994 Buick Road
$35; 8'x8' sliding doors, 9en K, Li 4l 4Ur.
complete $175; WANT- % ,r L-4 incoln_
ED' 30" Ext. door & sin- cu 941-497-1986
gle hung 2000 Buick LeSabre L10
windows & 45 Records. Silver, leather $5895 -
(941)-496-9252 Venice Lincoln Mer
LGB Train Collection cury 941-497-1986 ,
Original boxes Call for list 2001 Buick 4 dr. sedan, si;
941-639-1 393. ver, 39K actual mi. Mini
condo. $10,900. (941)-505-
New Recorder Mod 127 Mem- 0763
orex w/ Accessories & Extra 2001 Buick Century, beige
Battery. $75. If sold w/this ad exc. cond. 82,000 miles
willthrowin anRCA minicorder $7999. 941- 623-0548
200X Digital/ Zoom Free 7999- 35 i
(941)426-1531
Piano Bench, toaster oven,
Coffee maker, steamer & 2002 Buick REGAL, PDL;
ricer, Cat accessories, etc PW,CD,ABS,TSW,CC
475-4752 LTHR $10,979
SIDE BOXES and pipe rack Jamie941-639-1155x200'
(alum) like new, taking
2003 Dodge Ram 2500
long bed, $1000. obo. A
(941)-505-1900 2003 Buick CENTURY
Trailer 6'xlO' $650. elec CUSTOM, PDL, PW, CD,
Weedeater $35 Lrg bar-type TSW, CC $10,874
fridge $99 941-626-3102 Jamie941-639-1155x200
WWE Tickets 11/17/07
Germain Arena $95 Each
941-628-6935


6270 WANTED TO
BUY/TRADE
A COLLECTOR BUYING
wristwatches & pocket
watches, working or not,
costume jewelry, knives,
swords, weapons, military
& fire dept, +cigarette
lighters. (941)412-9391


WE NEED MANY CARS FOR
EXPORT IMMEDIATELY
HIGHEST PRICES PAID.
CASH/CASHIER'S CHECK.
941-626-5436
A COLLECTOR BUYING
Old Fishing Lures,
Rods, Reels.
Call 941-743-9114
I PAY THE MOST!!
Want to buy frame for
boat lift canopy.
Any condition!!!
Call Brian on cell phone
978-808-0122
WANTED: POOL PUMP,
1.5HP, (941)-376-0287

7000


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2006 Buick LaCrosse CX
PDL, PW, CD, ABS,
TSW, CC $15,985
Jamie941-639-1 155x20

7030 CADILLAC
1993 SEDAN DEVILLEi
white w/white leather int;
carriage roof, nice cond.
$1775. (941)-623-3112
1997 DE VILLE, pearl
white, 71K, sunroof, exc
$7,500 (941)-697-0722
1997 SEDAN DEVILLE
58K Mi. $6900 obo.
Call 941-474-6914
1998 DEVILLE, Oystel
White, 85K Sunroof. Exc,
$7500. 941-426-5485
1999 CADILLAC SEVILL^1
STS, sunroof, new tires
Excellent Conditionr
$8500. 941-276-8946

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7040 CHEVROLET
1989 CAVALIER Z24 con-
vertible, looks/runs grt, ac,
$800 (941)-258-6845
1990 Buick Riviera, orig.
classic cond. Ready for
showing Collectors (863)-
491-0514
1991 Chevy Silverado, all
or parts. 1989 Camaro RS
all or parts. Call for info
941-276-9194
1995 Cavalier, 4-cyl, 4-dr, aft
82k mi, white, runs good
$1300obo 941-7864631
1996 Chevy Camaro, exc.
cond, low mi., cold ac, sil-
ver/charcoal, 1 owner,
$4,300 (941)-661-4164
1998 Cavalier LS, 4-dr,
extras, 89K; great cond.
$2600. 941-623-0348
1998 Chevy Cavalier LS,
4Dr, Auto, Air, Loaded! 1
Owner 69K, $2950 obo,
(941)468-1489
1999 Chevy Montecarlo,
29K mi, mint cond,
$4900. 941-764-6685
2003 Cavalier 2dr,
auto, AC, 75k, Nice
Car $5970
Cramer Toyota
1-800-507-1543
LITTLE RICHES
2004 CORVETTE COUPE'
GLASS TOP 1 OWNER,
CAR FAX CHROME
WHEELS, AUTO, 27K,
FLAWLESS $28,995.
:(941)-474-6998
BUS FOR SALE Champion
22 Passenger, 69k, A/ C
Good Cond $8900. 941-
979-8639 OR 786-306-
8249

7050 CHRYSLER
1997 Sebring Convertible,
68K, new paint, roof, car-
pet $5500. 764-9569
2000 Chrysler LHS, Awe-
some Cond., 44K mi, Bur-
gundy w/ Tan leather, Sun-
roof, Chrome Wheels, New
Tires & AC, $7850 obo. 941-
488-8500/485-7987


2002 Sebring LAI Cony.,
Blowout Sale at $5,999!
941-628-4419 Photos at:
www.likenewautosales.net



2004 Chrysler Crossfire
PDL, PW, CD, ABS, CC,
LTHR $21,950
Jamie941-639-1155x200



2005 CHRYSLER 300C
PDL, PW, CD, ABS, TSW,
CC, LTHR $28,952
Jamie941-639-1155x200
2005 Chrysler Hemi
300C, Black w/chrome
wheels, only 8,900
mi. Loaded w/Navigation
& moonroof. $25,895
Venice Lincoln Mer-
cury 941-497-1986
2005 Crossfire, red w/ black
convert top, beautiful, sporty
car, 13,800 mi Buying a
house! Need to sell! $23,500
obo 941-650-7642



'2005 WIFE S CREAM PUFF
PT CRUISER, Pristine Cond,
Garage Kept, Vanilla w/Blk
Top & Interior, Turbo Conv.,
34,800 mi, Loaded,
$14,900 (9411697-6535
jim@chippewachiefparts.com

7070 FORD
1991.FORD MUSTANG Con-
vertible, red, 5 speed.
$2600. 941-276-0787.
1997 Explorer, 4 wheel
drive, CD & DVD player
with remote, well main-
tained, 150k $5500 obo,
380-0087 or 276-8827


7070 FORD
1997 Escort LX, 4dr, auto,
a/c, pwr pkg, 49k mi.
$3550 941-979-6234
1997 Ford Taurus, 72K mi.
Good cond. New tires.
$1950. SOLD!
1997 MUSTANG Con-
vertible, white, very
good car 71k mi,
$6,000. call Martha
941-828-8822 for appt
2000 MUSTANG CONVERT
"The Pony" auto, v6, Exc.
shape $7900/obo
(941)4744137
2001 Ford Focus Wagon,
55k miles, new tires,
$5,400 941-575-4983

GENE
GORMAN'S
2001 MUSTANG COBRA
CONV., 5 SPD, LTHR.
LOW MI!. $18,490.
625-2141 Pt. Char.
2001 Mustang, cold a/c
Blowout Sale At $3,500!
941-628-4419 Photos at:
www.likenewautosales.net
2002 Escort zx2 30mpg
auto, loaded, 63k, great
car!!! $4750.00 obo
941-302-2378
2002 Ford Escape
Red/Gray V6 2WD 40K Mi.,
Cruise $8200 941-258-
4471
2002 Ford Taurus SES
white, leather, moonroof
$7,395 Venice Linioln
Mercury 941-497-1986
LITTLE RICHIES
2003 FOCUS ZTW
WAGON FULLY LOADED
32K, LIKE NEW $9995
(941)-474-6998
2003 Mustang GT. Super
Super Clean. Must
see.$11,950. Raimers
Motors Inc. 627-2791



2004 Ford FOCUS
CD, PW, AUTO
AC $9,984
Jamie941-639-1155x200
2004 Ford Mustang con-
vert, black Ory 30K ni
$13,995 Venice Lincoln
Mercury 941-497-1986

GENE
GORNAN'S
2005 MUSTANG GT,
ONLY 21K MI! 5 SPD.
LTHR. FAST! $23,790.
625-2141, Pt. Char.


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7080 JEEP
1989 Jeep Wrangler Sierra
Editipm. 4.2, 6-cyl, auto,
air, hard top, complete soft
top, VG condition $4,850
obo (941)468-1489
1995 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Ltd., fully loaded 4X4, good
cond. $2,800, (941)-815-
1165
1995 Wrangler, 4x4, AC,
5spd. Exc. cond.$6000
/obo. (941)-740-0865

GENE
GORMNN'S
1999 JEEP GRAND
CHEROKEE LMTD. 56K
MI., SUNROOF $10,490
625-2141, Pt. Char.
1999 WRANGLER sport
4x4, 4cyl, 5spd, Exc.
cond. $7500/obo
(941)-474-4137
2000 Wrangler, 4cyl, Auto,
Air, Yellow, Mickey Thomp-
son Tires & Wheels,
Extras, 22K mi, Senior
Owned, Exc Cond,
$10,900. 941-286-3167
2001 JEEP WRANGLER,
Super Clean. $8950
Raimers Motors Inc 627-
2791



2004 GRAND CHEROKEE
LIMITED, PDL, PW, CD,
ABS, TSW, LTHR $17,965
Jamie941-639-1155X200

GENE
GORNAN'S
2004 JEEP GRD CHERO-
KEE, LTHR, PWR, LOW
MI. $13,990.
625-2141, Pt. Char.
LITTLE RICHES
2004 JEEP WRANGLER X
MODEL 5 SPD, AC, 6 CLY
29K CD, FACTORY WARR
LIKE NEW :,l','1I',
(941)-474-6998


7080 JEEP
2004 Jeep Liberty
Like New! 37,480 miles,
tinted windows, step-up
bars, new tires
2/1/07 941-627-3100.
2005 Jeep Liberty. V-6.
Like new. $12,950.
Raimers Motors Inc
(941)-627-2791
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7085 LEXUS

196 LEXUS LS400 GOOD
CMONDI1ON $13-80


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1999 LEXUS LS 400.
105,000 miles, great cond.
New timing belt. $9000.
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7085 LEXUS 7130 PONTIAC
I i 2005 Gran Prix GTP.
2007 LEXUS IS250 #471A Show Room cond. Special
$31,980 $13,950. Raimers
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7090 LINCOLN

1996 Towncar, Sig. Series,
low miles, 1 owner, near
perfect, white/gray leather,
$6600. (941)-504-2811
1997 LINCOLN Town Car
Sig. Series, 112,000 pam-
pered miles, super clean,
w/ice cold air, $5900
obo239-731-8697
1999 Lincoln Towncar
Green w/beige leather roof,
leather int, new tires, ex
cond like new, garage kept
$9200. 941-625-4972 or
941-575-5315
2000 Lincoln Town Car
Carter, white, 89K miles
$8,395 venice Lincoln
Mercury 941-497-1986
2004 Uinco Town Car
Signature Lied, white
$14A495 Venice Lincoln
Mercury 941-497-1986
2005 Lincoln LS V-6
white, 33K miles $16895
Venice Lincoln Mer-
cury 941-497-1986

7100 MERCURY

1995 Cougar XR7 Loaded
Runs Great Cold AC $1900
941-637-3825
1995 Grand -Marquis GS,
good cond., 97k, new tires,
$1,900941-497-2077
1997 Sable wagon
auto AC, 72K, only
$4970.
Cramer Toyota
1-800-507-1543
1998 Mercury Grand
Marquis LSwhte leather
$2,995 venice Lincoln
Mercury 941-497-1986
1999 Mertury Cougar V-
gold, orty $3,995
venice Lincoln Mer-
cur. 941-497-1986
1999 Mercury Grand Mar-
quis LS, gold, 62K nies
$5,800 Venice Lincoln
Mercury 941-497-1986
1999 Mercoy SatIeLSn
whi e, leather, $4.595
Venice Lincoln


7110 OLDSMOBILE

1998 OLDS LSS, top of the
line, exc. cond. $2000.
941-276-0787.
1999 Olds Alero 6 cyl.,
105K, $3,900. (941)-916-
0187
2002 Olds Intrigue
65K 3.5L, V6, A-1 cond,
$6925. (941) 639-7210.

7130 PONTIAC

1992 Pontiac Grand Am
Sports Coupe V6, good
tires, a/c, runs good,
$2,000 (941)-625-4915
1994 Pontiac Trans-Am,
61K orig. mi., leather Pwr.
windows, locks, bone stock
all orig. Consider trade of
Jeep Wrangler $7K obo
941-6264567
1997 Trans AM Red, T-
Tops, leather Only 84K
$7970.
Cramer Toyota
1-800-507-1543
2001 Toyota Prias,
auto, AC, 50mpg Only
$9,970.
Cramer Toyota
1-800-507-1543



2003 Grand AM GT1
PDL,PW,CD,ABS,TSW
CC,LTHR, SR $11,964
Jamie941-639-1155x200


Mercury 941-497-1986
2005 ACURA RSX LOADED
2005 MereMy Montego $18,980
Memury Caed
$14,995 Venic- Lincoln
Mercur~- 941-497-1986 .
oA i ~-o,) aa1iL i~


.JXACURA MDX
' ;LbAlQEfi$33,980





7147 AUDI


$18,000 obo 429-5181

7148 BMW

2004 MW5301 CK
S SARP $28,980


2007 LEXUS GX470 'I I' t 2007BMW 75QU
CERTIFED PLUS 3.99% 300MLESLOADED
SPDL,PW,CD,TSW,CC
ON CAK$10,978
91 I2Jamie941-639-1155x200 I


7160 HONDA
1996 CIVIC hatchback,
1991 CIVIC hatchback has
V6 B16A, 1989 CRX
Best offer 941-979-7272

2005 HONDA DYSSEY
LOADED $23.980


7135 SATURN



2001 Saturn SL2
CD, TSW
$7,885
Jamie941-639-1155x200
LITTLE RICHES
2001 SL1 4DR, AUTO,
AC, LIKE NEW, LOW
MILES, CD $6495
(941)-474-6998


USED SATURN SALE!

15 to choose from
$1,999 & Up

PRO-POWER
AUTO SALES
PARTS & SERVICE
(941) 627-8822

7136 SCION


GENE

GORMAN'S
2006 TC HATCHBACK,
SUPER SPORTY! ALL
PWR! MINT! $16,990
625-2141, Pt. Char.

7140 MISC. DOMESTIC
AUTOS

1991 SAAB 900S Good
cond. $2000 firm. Call
after 5 or on weekends
941-698-6691



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7145 ACURA


7190 MERCEDES
1990 560'SEL, exc cond,
just serviced, needs noth-
ing. $4900 (770)-310-5928
1996 Merc-Benz E320
Loaded, Leather, sun-
roof Only $8970
Cramer Toyota
1-800-507-1543


2001 SLK320, hard top
convertible, 56K mi, 1
owner, garage kept, exc'.
cond. $25,000/obo. 941-
830-0963.


2006 MITSUBISHI ECUPSEI
LOADED ED $19,980




7200 NISSAN
2000 Msan Sentra
red, A/C $4,495
venice Lincoln
Mercury 941-497-1986


7205 SPORTS CARS
2000 BMW M Roadster,
exc., shape, all original,
25k mi., 240 H.P M-Power
engine, 5sp, silver w/black
leather int., cd, a/c, this
ones real. New $43,470
asking $18,000. 941-624-
0831
2006 GTO, black, 6 spd.,
10K immaculate $27,000
obo. Don 941-235-1962


7210 TOYOTA
1998 Avalon auto, ac.,
leather. Clean Only
68K $7970.
Cramer Toyota
1-800-507-1543
1999 Toyota Camry
LE, 89K, good condition,
$5600. **SOLD**
2000 Camry Auto, AC,
ALl power, 38K Only
$9970.
Cramer Toyota
1-800-507-1543



GORNAN'S
2001 TOYOTA COROLLA
CE LOW MI., AUTO,
GREAT GAS MI. $8590
639-1601 Punta Gorda

2003 TOYOTA AVALON
LOADED $14,980


7163 HYUNDAI
LITTLE RICHES
2001 ELANTRA GLS
AUTO, A/C, PW/PL, 67K,
4DR, LIKE NEW $5995.
(941)-474-6998

GENE
GORMAN'S
2003 SANTE FE LX,
ALL PWR. OPT! EXTRA
CLEAN! $11,990.
639-1601 Punta Gorda
LITTLE RICHES
2005 ELANTRA GLS
AUTO, A/C, FULLY
LOADED, 23K, CD,
WARRANTY $9995
(941)-474-6998

2006 HYUNDAI SONATA
WHITE LOADED $15,980


7220 VOLKSWAGEN
2001 CABRIO Red, 57k
mi, Like New, BIk Leather,
P/W, P/L Fully Loaded
$5,990 (717)-314-6443

GENE

GORMAN'S
2003 JETTA 1.8
TURBO, AUTO, SR.
SPORTY! $12,990.
639-1601 Punta Gorda



GORMAN'S
2003 JETTA 4 DR. GLS
TURBO WAGON. 5 SPD.
LOADED! $11,990.
625-2141, Pt. Char.

2004VOLKSWAGON
TOURAG LOADED $25,900


7230 VOLVO
1994 Volvo' 960, LoW
Mileage, All Options, BEAU.
TY. Must See to Believe
Looks like New. A Stea jt
$6500 (941)493-6262

2003 VOLVO S60.
45K MILES $14,980




7240 MISC. IMPORTS

2005 MINI COOPER S
CABRIOLET 6K MILES
$25,980




7250 ANTIQUES/
COLLECTIBLES
1956 CHEW Sedan, 4,dr
big block Chevy eng. Auto.
Posi rear, nice. $13,500
(941)-255-0345
1966 MUSTANG COUPE red.
6 cyl, ex cond. must snll
$9k/obo 941-429-6367
1972 Jeep Command,:,
4x4, Auto, 304, V8, $40C,1):
(941)468-3100
1973 NOVA Custom, all
original. Must sell!' $3850
/obo. (941)-493-2756
Mech. & Electrical repairs
to antique/collectible cars
and trucks. Charlotte RV
Service Center 23180
Harper Ave, Charlotte
Harbor, (941)-883-5555


7250 ANTIQUES/
COLLECTIBLES


2003 Toyota Matrix
XR, Auto, AC, All
power, $8970.
Cramer Toyota
1-800-507-1543
2006 COROLLA LE,
38mpg, factory warr, exc.
condition!!! $12,800 obo.
(941)-457-5943
2006 Solara convert., red,
biege top & interior,
$24,750 (941)232-2735

2006 TOYOTA RUNNER
LOADED SHARP $23,980




2006 TOYOTA COROLLA










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7260 AUTOS WANTED


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7252 BUDGET BUYS
'95 Dodge B-250 Mark III
Conv. Van Low Miles
$1200 941-286-6665


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7270 AUTO PARTS/
ACCESSORIES
1984 F350 parts, good
8ft. bed $150. Call for
other parts. (941)-661-
1073
1990 Dodge 318 motor &
Auto Trans, Runs Good
$300. 941-286-7739
1992 FORD TAURUS GL,
great parts car, no dings,
$185. PC SOLD!
2 Nitto Terra Grappler Tires
LT305/55/R20, good cond.
$225 obo 4754629


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2003 Dodge 4X4 Front End
373 Gears needs seal
$400 (8631-990-1218
2003 Superchip For Dodge
Hemi gas 4X4 $150 (863)-
990-1218
2005 350Z, O.E.M 17"
rims, tires, caps & sensors,
less than 1,300 mi., $400
cash. (941)-625-7249 after
4pm.
400 Chevy small block
rebuilt long block, $650.
941-286-7739
5 New Goodyear Wran-
glers, 225xR7516. $220
After 6, All Day Friday
(941)-423-8050

8 ton heavy duty shop
crane, Like new $150.
1,000 lb. engine stand
$40. 15 gal. parts wash-
er w/extra pump $100.
1,000 lb. upright trans-
mission jack $110.
(941)-624-5081
Cargo Carrier by Thule
600, X-Lrg Fits on Top
of SUV/Auto $100 obo
941-375-6915
Reding truck body $400
obo, flat bed truck body
w/5th wheel & rack $200
obo, Class a Reese hitch
$50, Ford truck bumper
$30, 32,0001b Holland 5th
wheel $300 like new,
200gal fuel storage tank
w/manual & elect pumps
$250 (941)-232-0051


7175 JAGUAR

1986 Jaguar XJS V8
CHEV ENG, RUNS
GREAT, BOTTOM BODY
RUSTY $2100,
941-240-2831

7180 MAZDA

GENE

GORAN'S
2002 MIATA MX5 LS.
5 SPD.. DROP THE TOP
& GO! $12,595.
639-1601 Punta Gorda
2002 Millenia 4dr,
auto, AC, leather, 81K
only $9970.
Cramer Toyota
1-800-507-1543

2006 MAZDA 5 SHARP
CLEAN $16,820


1986 Ford F150, 306 mtr
fuel injection, runs good,
$850 (941)-423-3550
1990 FORD Extended Van,
runs good $550/obo 941-
270-1073
1990 Honda Prelude SI, 5
speed, $1,000
(941)-2864599
1991 CHEVY Lumina 4 dr.
white-original owner, 103K
Cold A/C, good cond.
$1500. 941-697-6888.
1991 Chevy S-10 Blazer,
4X4, 4 Dr., loaded, $1,000
cash. Must sell! (941)-586-
4596
1992 Chevy Blazer 4x4, 32K
mi on new engine, runs,
needs some work. $2500
obo (941)-255-0379
1993 Dodge Caravan,
white, red int., runs good,
$750 obo 941-2234104
1993 TOYOTA COROLLA,
4D; 1992 SEBRING CON-
VERTIBLE; 1990 DODGE
CARAVAN, cold ac, good
transp. Choice $950.
(9411-623-3112
1996 Ford Contour, needs
timing belt, good shape
$400, (941)-875-9201
1996 FORD TAURUS SE, 6
cyl. Auto, nice car. $995.
Good transp,
941-301-6848

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CHECKED &
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PROCEEDS HELP QUALIFIED
FAMILIES ACHIEVE HOME
OWNERSHIPf
1981 Ford Falrmont
Wagon, cold air, ery. very
nice $1995
1979 Mercury Cougar
Brougham, 4 Dr., Loaded,
Cold Air, New Tires, 50K
Senior Driven Miles $2595
1997 Hyundai Elantra
GLS wagon auto, cold
A/C. pwr. pack., 117k 1
own mi., gorgeous cond.
$3995
1993 Toyota Camry LE,
4 Dr., loaded including sun-
roof. new tires, 89K mi., a
very nice car! $4795
1998 Ford Explorer XLT.
4wd, loaded incl. moon-
roof, 160K I -own mi.,
exceptional $6495
1997 Chry. Town &
Country Van LXI 133K 1-
owner mi loaded including
leatehr, CD player, dual air
Michein tires $6495
1997 Chrys. Sebring JXi
Cony.. loaded. 69K miles.
Exc. Cond! $6495.
2001 Mazda Tribute ES
SUV, 4WD, loaded, new
tires, MUST SEE! $&,95
$9995.
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7195 MITSUBISHI 9 23 l

L2004 VOLKSWAGON
LOADED $12,980 $22,980


L1698 AUDLIA4QUA7TRO
L .SEED BLACK I 2002 INFINM 1-35
48K MILES $13,980




20 AUUDA4MCABRIOLET 2004 IFMlG3
BBLE LOADED $19,980 LOADEDSIERAND
WILE LXUS WILDELOW 2585



2003 Audi, Exc. Cond, One .
Owner, 35K Mi, Must 2005 lNINFlW 35
Sell/Eyesight, Kelly Value 13K MILES $30,980


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7270 AUTO PARTS/
ACCESSORIES

Heavy duty 8ft truck rack
$125 deep full size truck
tool box $75 426-7003
TRUCK TOPPER, ARE con-
tractor, black, heavy duty,
w/ladder rack, lock stor-
age, 60"x75" fits Chevy
Colorado or Isuzu. $600.
obo. (9411-6394093
Turbo 350 & 400 trans,
Pont, Olds, Buick & Cad
$150. ea 941-286-7739

7290 VANS

1989 Dodge 1 ton Ram
van, 350, auto, air, perfect
body, $1,350 obo
(941)-468-1489
1990 Chevy Hi-top conver-
sion van, 1 owner, exc.
cond. $3200/obo. (941)-
575-0618
1992 ASTRO van, 115k
mi., new A/C & tires.
$1100. obo: (941)-623-
5606
1994 Chevy, 1995 Ford,
1992 Ford. All run good. All
have working AC. Call with
offer 941- 6294280.
1994 Chevy work van 350
V-8, auto, a/c, runs & dri-
ves, $695. (9411637-5763
1995 Chevy C20 cargo van,
16,000 orig. mi., 4.3 liter,
auto, A/C, nice condition,
$3750 obo 941-356-3387
1997 FORD AEROSTAR
3.0 Engine, Great Gas
Mileage, Cold Air Front &
Rear. Orig Owner. 65K
orig. mi. $4200 firm.
941-697-9996


1998 CHEVY, 1 Ton, 350
Vortec eng.. 90K. solid.


7290 VANS
2003 Windstar, leather,
fully loaded, $14,000/
obo. (941)-740-0865



2005 Chrysler Town &
Country, PDL, PW, CD,
TSW, CC $12,987
Jamie941-639-1155x200



2005 Dodge CARAVAN
PDL, PW, CD, TSW
CC $11,318
Jamie941-639-1155x200


.2005 Fded SEl
whte, low mies $12,595
Venice Lincoln
Mercury 941-497-1986
2005 KIA SEDONA EX,
loaded, leather, exc.
cond. 45K miles,
$11,900 $3K below
book (941)-475-8844

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$7500/obo 941-391-7673 Family owned &
Operated for 18 yrs.
1998 Pont Trans Sport, Give us a chance to
exc., loaded, 51K mi.
REDUCED $4,500!!! earn your Business
N. Engle. (941)-460-9456 *CARS*TRUCKS
1999 Pontiac Montana full eVANS
size van, $4,000. (941)- 647 Tamiami Trail
625-2327 Port Charlotte
2000 Chry Grand Voyager 941 627-2791
S. V6, 45K, Exc. condo
$6,500. (941)426-8965. 1985 Flat Bed truck, exc.
cond. w/lift gate. Must see!
2001 Fordi ..l.s.. First $7,500 takes it, (941)-
siwerlowmles $8,995 628-8781 or (941) 764-
venice Lincoln 7879
Mercury 941-497-1986 1988 Chevy Cheyenne
2002 DODGE RAM 1500 102K mi. included in price
Conversion Van, $5000. is 2005 Honda 4 wheeler
Call 941-629-2993. 100 hrs. $5000. 941-979-
9109
2002 GRAND CARAVAN EL,
like new, 25K mi. $10,000. 1991 Nissan PU, auto,
941-255-0753. runs good, $1,450
(941)-2864599
2002 OLDS. SILHOUETTE 199 GMC 1500 -
GLS, one owner, non smok- 1992 GMC 1500 Chevy
er, new tires, exc. cond. Suburban, runs great,
71,500 mi. Asking $8300. $3,500. obo 815-6984
(941)480-9867 1993 Chevy Box truck,
LITTLE RICHIES 3500, 14' Box Runs,
2003 WINDSTAR 4DR, needs some work.
REAR AC, 7 PASS 60K $3,000/obo 941-2700809
MILES, POWER W/L, TILT 1995 Dodge 1500 SLT
AND CRUISE $7995 1992 Chevy 2500 UtilBed
(941)-474-6998 $1450.ea obo 916-1268


7300 TRUCKS/
PICK-UPS
1996 SILVERADO, 88K mi,
V8, auto, loaded, A/C.
$3650 cell 239-938-5705
home 941-637-0266
1996 TOYOTA T100 Pick-
up, 6 cyl, senior owned,
new tires, fiberglass bed-
cap, 5-spd, new clutch,
garage kept, clean inside
& out, runs exlnt, 110k mi
ice cold a/c $4750/obo
941-623-5880
1997 Ford F-350, 4x4, 72K
Mi, 1 Owner, Loaded,
Extras, $8900 obo (941)-
240-6522
1999 DODGE Ram 1500
SLT Laramie 4x4 5.9 V8 Ig
bed$3400 941-286-1743
1999 Dodge Ram, Quad
Cab. 5.9 liter. Runs good.
AC, CD player $4750 obo
(8631-558-0198
1999 F250 Super Duty XLT
Super Cab, Auto, 2WD, PW,
PL, tow pkg. 1 ownr, great
truck. $6900/ obo. 941-
637-6347
1999 Ranger XLT, ext.,
cab, V-6, 4.0 liter, auto,
42k, $6,800 obo. 743-
7840 or cell 204-9998

GENE
GORMAN'S
2000 DODGE DAKOTA,
EXT. CAB, V6, AUTO,
LOW MI. $9790.
639-1601 Punta Gorda
2000 Nissan Frontier,
XE, V6, Crew Cab.
$10,950. Raimers
Motors Inc 627-2791

GENE
GORMA'S
2001 FORD F-250
SUPER DUTY, DIESEL,
LARIAT PKG $19,990.
625-2141, Pt. Char.

GENE

GORMAN'S
2004 NISSAN TITAN,
KING, SE 4X4, LOW MI.,
MINT. $18,990.
639-1601 Punta Gorda



GORAN'S
1998 FORD EXPLORER
XLT, LOW MILES, $5490.
625-2141, Pt. Char.
2003 Ford F250 Diesel.
4 dr. Super chip. Exc.
cond. Raimers Motors
Inc (941)-627-2791

GENE
GORMAN'S
2003 NISSAN FRON-
TIER KING CAB SE,
4X4, 5 SPD. $15,990.
639-1601 Punta Gorda

GENE

GORMAN'S
2004 DODGE 1500 V6,
AUTO, ONLY 45K MI.
PERFECT $11,990.
639-1601 Punta Gorda


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7300 TRUCKS/
PICK-UPS


GENE
GORMAN'S
2004 FORD EXPLORER
XLT 3RD SEAT, LO MI.,
MINT. $11,990.
625-2141, Pt. Char.
2004 RAM P/U 1500,
Hemi. Exc. cond. $9850.
Raimers Motors Inc
(941)-627-2791
LITTLE RICHIES
2004 TOYOTA TACOMA
REG CAB AUTO AC, TOP-
PER, CD, LIKE NEW. 65 K
MILES $10,995.
(941)-474-6998

GENE
GORMAN'S
2005 FORD F150 STX
LONG BED, LOW Ml.
PERFECT. $12,990..
639-1601 Punta Gorda


LITTLE RICHIES
2005 GMC CANYON OFF
ROAD, EXT CAB AUTO
AC, 50K MILES, 11995.
(941)-474-6998
2006 Chevy 1500, leather,
tinted glass, 4 dr, 32k,
$18,900 941-662-6519



2006 Dodge Ram 2500
Quad Cab Dsl, PDL,PW
CD,ABS,TSW,CC$37,340
Jamie941-639-1155x200



PALM DODGE
2006 DODGE RAM 1500
with Reading Body
Chassis $15,000 OFF
Call Bill Insinga
941- 639-1155 X300


2006 Toyota Tundra, 9k
mi., real nice, a/c, topper, 2004 GMC ENVOY EXV
trailer package, tool box, 32K MILES $14,980
$20,000. (239)-246-0045 E
CAMPER SHELL fits 2003
Ford F250, short bed. Like 9 2
new cond., $275. (941)-
6274184 aft. 5pm o 2004 GMC ENVOY
LOADED SILVER $18,980
7305 SPORT UTILITY/ L EDL
VEHICLES
1995 FORD EXPLORER
SLT, 4x4, A/C, nice,
$2000. obo. (941)-623- 2004 HONDA PILOT
5606 LOADED BLACK $20,980
1997 Explorer XLT, wht. E
100k mi. pw/pl, new tires, .
cold -a/c, runs great,
$4,500 obo 628-2020
1999 Dodge Durango, 2004 Toyota High-
144K mi., ice cold air, runs lander V6, auto all
great, $2,000, (941)-575- power $13,970.'
8039 Cramer Toyota
1-800-507-1543
1999 Kia Sportage, cold
a/c, asking $2,000 obo, 2005 CHEVROLET TRAIL-
(941)-623-7949 BLAZER LTLOADED
2001 Dodge Durango S17,980
sport, slver,76K, $8,5=00
Venice Lincoln O
Mercury 941-497-1986 91 2 3


2001 FORD Expedition
Eddie Bauer, 78K mi.
Loaded. $10,500. 941-
769-0392 leave message

GENE
GORMAN'S
2002 BUICK REN-
DEZVOUS CXL, LOADED,
PWR. 3RD SEAT $12,990.
625-2141, Pt. Char.

GENE
GORMAN'S
2003 DODGE DURANGO
SLT + V8, AUTO, PER-
FECT. $11,690
639-1601 Punta Gorda

GENE
GORNAN'S
2003 FORD EXPEDITI-
ION EB, ALL POWER.
IMMACULATE! $16,990.
625-2141, Pt. Char.
2003 Lincoln Navigator
beige, high luxury, low
price 66K $18,800
Venice Lincoln Mer-
cury 941-497-1986
2003 Saturn VUE, Red, AT,
sunroof, 4cyl, 26mpg, 63K
$8900 (941)492-6003

GENE
GORMAN'S
2003 XTERRA, 4X4,
LOW MI! TOW PCKG.,
SR. SWEET! $16,790.
625-2141, Pt. Char.


GENE
GORMAN'S
2005 DODGE DURANGO
SLT, ENT. SYS. LOW MI,
ALL PWR $17,990
625-2141, Pt. Char.
LITTLE RICHIES
2006 HONDA RIDGELINE
RT, PKG 13K, FULL FACT
WARRANTY 4X4,
1 OWNER! $22,995.
(941)-474-6998

GENE
GORMAN'S
2005 HONDA ELEMENT
EX, 4x4, 16K MI! 1
OWNER! MINT! $15,990
625-2141, Pt. Char.

2005 MERCURY MARINER





GENE
GORNAN'S
2005 MERCURY MOUN-
TAINEER, LUX., PWR.,
LOADED. $16,990.
625-2141, Pt. Char.
2006 Honda CRV auto,
AC, loaded $13,970.
Cramer Toyota
1-800-507-1543



2007 Ford Expedition XLT
LDPi [\AI rCn AR. Tq\AW


1995 chevy suburban all
power, body lift, 140,000
miles $4000
(941) 7874208
2005 F150 4X4, Good
Cond. 52K mi, $26,000
(8631-990-4674

7341 TRAILER &
ACCESSORIES
12'x6' Utility Trailer, heavy
duty, tandem axle. Cost
$1500. Sell for $600. 941-
473-0660 after. 7pm
2 axle horse trailer, needs TLC
or convert to utility trailer $300
obo (941)-232-0051
2002, 6X13 US Cargo Areo
Wedge, enclosed, ramp &
side door, $2,000 obo,
***SOLD***
4x6 Enclosed Trailer
$600/obo 941-474-1637
BOAT TRAILER, up 22'
galv., tandem axle, very
good cond., $500. Call
(941)-639-2306 or 941-
916-0069
CAR HAULER 16' L, 7' W,
factory made, alum ramps
$950/firmn 941475-2121


7341 TRAILER &
ACCESSORIES
CARGO EXPRESS, 6x10,
ramp door, stabalizer bars.
$1395. 941474-0109
Equipment/Car Trailer
6.5ftX16ft, Tandem, elect
brakes, solid floor, good
tires, fresh paint. $750
863-491-0366 evenings
New & Used Utility
Trailers. Trailer Hitches
and Wiring.
TWO-MORROW'S
ENTERPRISES, INC
941-460-9700
NEW BOAT TRAILERS AT
Dealer Cost. Credit
Cards
Accepted. WEST COAST
TRAILER (941)698-
9902
Pair Mobile Home Axles,
Tires & Springs $150/all
941-475-2121
Trailer 16' long, 7' wide,
heavy duty, dual axle, goose
neck $850. 941-270-1073
Utility Trailer 16' Long, 6'3"
Wide, dual axle, tailgate
$950 941-526-3942

7360 CYCLES/MOPEDS/
SCOOTERS
1991 HONDA CR80, runs
great, $500. Call (941).-
286-5679
1995 HD Black 833. 7814
real mi, buddy seat, front
legguards, sof bags. Great
1st bike or Ladies bike.
Take a look and make me
an offer I cannot refuse.
Bank check or cash only.
Take it home with you,
941-743-7898
1996 HD Sportster 1200
cc, exc. cond. Low mi. w/
extras, $4,000/obo. (941)-
627-9826
1998 H/D 1200 Sportster,
S & S Carb. $4995. (941)
623-2435
1998 Harley Davidson Fat-
boy, will trade for Harley
Davidson Ful Dresser of
equal value 941-626-5751
1998 Yamaha MC650 CC
custom chopper, chrome,
Great Price! $2,500 obo
(941)-815-4236
1998 YAMAHA RT100 Dirt
Bike, exc. cond. $500.
Call (941)-505-8218.
2001 HD 883 Sportster SC
Eagle kit, extras, geat
cond. '17k mi. $4200.
941- 286-1541.
2001 YAMAHA V-star 1100,
classic,, loud, fast, new
brakes & tires, many xtras
$4500/firm (941)456-9481
2001 YAMAHA V-Star
Classic, Low mi, Garage
Kept, Loaded For Tour-
ing. Must See! $4,500
(941)-473-3695
2002 Honda VTX 1800, III
Blue 4400 Miles, Rear Seat
& Back Rest. Ex Cond.
$5995. 941-628-8567
2002 Suzuki Intruder
1500, Like New, Garage
Kept, Lots of Extras.
$5300 (941)-698-8886
2002 Yamaha Virago
250 V twin, black, adult
owned, 1,675 original mi.,
great cond. Ask $1,895
941-637-7659


7360 CYCLES/MOPEDS/ 7370 CAMPERS/
SCOOTERS TRAVEL TRAILERS
2003 Kawasaki Ninja 250, Fleetwood Yuma, Pop-Up,
3600mi, Like New. $2100 2005, used 3 times,
obo (941)-426-6941 refridge, A/C, awning,
2005 Suzuki DRZ 125, like garaged, new condition
new,. $1,500 obo, (941)- $4900. 941-743-0805
628-5783 I BUY Travel Trailers, 5th
2005 Suzuki RMZ450. 4 Wheels & Park Models.
stroke motocross bike. Pay Cash/Top dollar
Triple clamps, new clutch, Dave 813-713-3217
ready to race or ride.
$3495. 941-628-8567 7380 MOTOR HOMES/
2006 SUZUKI C50T like RVs
new, 4K mi. w/svc contract
& ext warranty. Must sell. 19' COACH HOUSE, '94
$6995.*SOLD* Dodge Van w/tow bar, 12-
15 MPG, 107K-exc. cond.
2007 Street Legal Scooter, $11,500. 941-505-0119
Like New $800 obo 941-
587-1859 1988 Winnebago A-Class
Motorhome $10,000 941-
2007 TRIUMPH 900 Scram- 628-1821
bler, $6500/firm or will trade
for Ural. (941)468-9279 1990 HOLIDAY Rambler
Imperial 37' 454 motor,
Go-Cart Runs Looks Great, 54k Imperia 37' 454 many
5P$600. 743-897500. Sac options to list. $18,500.
$600. 743-8975 also 1999 Kia 5spd tow
Lightweight Motorcycle vehicle, avail. w/tow bar.
5362 miles on it $3800. 239-218-5454
$650/obo 941-474-3865 located in Punta Gorda.
YAMAHA FJ 1100 MOTOR- 1996 FOURWINDS, 29'.
CYCLE Class C. 24k orig. mi.,
$1500. TAKES IT! A/C, gene., awning, qn.
VERY NICE BIKE FAST bed, sleeps 6. Exc. cond.,
CALL 941-623-8666 needs nothing. $19,500.
Call (941)-626-9075
7365 ATV 32' KEYSTONE CHAL-
2005 YAMAHA Grissley LENGER 2003, 5th Wheel,
ATV, 650cc, Auto, 4x4, Queen Bed & Sofa Bed,
'76 hrs. Like New, Indep W/D, Many Upgrades $22K
Sus Cargo Racks Paid 941474-6426
$9200. Sell for $4700. 36' Diesel Pusher, 1996
obo 941-916-5588 or Beaver Monterey, 250 cat,
334-498-4019. loaded, 79,600k, tow, 2001
Swamp Buggy, runs great Saturn wagon, 941486-
$5,600 obo. 1587 or 941-323-9380
2005 Suzuki Quad Sport 88 PaceArrow 34' 86K
250, automatic, great 454, new roof, ceiling,
cond. $2,200 obo, 2002 floor, new furniture, A/C
Honda 300 EX, great awnings, runs great.
cond. $2,000. (941)457- $10,500. 941-697-0722
3719 $$ CASH PAID $$

7370 CAMPERS/ For Your Motor Home/
TRAVEL TRAILERS Travel Trailer Any Size
or Price. Will Come To
1997 Coleman Pop-up. 12', You.
exc. cond. $3,500 obo, (941)626-9075


(941-268-3555
2000 Shasta Phoniex Trav-
el Trailor, 29ft, sleeps 6,
separate queen bedroom,
wood cabinets & firs,
awning, many extras
$9500 4234151




2005 COACHMAN CAS-
CADE 26' Deluxe travel trail-
er, w/reese hitdh, 1 slide, AC
& awning, garage kept, used
once, $14K.
941488-3808 or 3508060
2007 25' JAYCO FEATH-
ER WEIGHT TRAILER-
Used Only 5 Times, Sleeps
9,main main bedroom slide
out,
Complete Tow Pkg.
941-484-0001
Charlotte RV Center
Sales Service Parts
Trades & Financing.
Clean used Travel Trail-
ers, 5th Wheels & Park
Models
On US 41 at Kings Hwy.
Pt Charlotte 33980
(941) 883-5555
www.charlottervservice.com


OKTOBERFEST
RV & BOAT
SALE

All remaining 2007
models priced to
move.
Drink up the savings
before they're gone!

At R.V. WORLD INC.
of NOKOMIS
2110 N. Rt. 41,
Nokomis
.1-75 Exit 195
October 17 21
Wed Sat 8:30 to 6
Sunday 10 5

1-800-262-2182
www.rvworldinc.com
INDOOR STORAGE
In Port Charlotte for
RV's, Boats & Trailers.
(941)258-3033
Saturn Tow-Cars. 15 to
choose from. Blue-Ox tow
hitches. PRO-POWER
AUTO SALES (941) 627-
8822 P.C.


SESUNCOAST BOATING


7330 BOATS-POWERED

For Your Bi"t.or Yacht.
Arty Side 'ir4Piee.
Will Co6riTo-oi ",
(941)66-9675
'15' 81 Answer, C/C, 75
Force, alum trlr $1500.
11' inflatable w/oars
$500. 941-2764173
BUY IT!
SELL IT!
FIND IT!
SUN CLASSIFIED!
10/21/07
11.2 RIB DINGHY, 2005,
9.9 Merc 4-stroke motor,
like new. $4685. Call
941-639-9150
13' Boston Whaler, with-
trailer, 25hp Johnson,
good condition. $1000
obo. **SOLD**
14' Aluminum w/3HP
motor & new oars,
$475 (941)-276-8749
14ft. Alum., V bottom, nis-
san 9.9 motor w/galv.,
trlr., runs good, $1,000
(941)-286-7739
15' '98 Sail Fisher, 60 hp
Yamaha, brand new trailer
$3500. 941-628-0023
15'pontoon, foam filled
tubes, 6' beam, bimini top,
trailer, no motor.
$1500.00 (863)494-3440
15.5' AQUA SPORT, 70hp
Evinrude, needs work.
New power trim & tilt. on
trailer, (trailer worth
$1000) $800 obo.
Call 941-286-5679


7330 BOATS-POWERED
16' Carolina Skiff J Model
1995, center console, 40
h.p. Johnson, bait wells,
fish & depth finder, full
cover, trailer. Exc. cond.
Ready for fishing. $3,200,
(941)-626-9075
16.5' -2006 Tracker Super
Guide V-16 DLX, 50hp Merc 4
stroke, LOW hrs, with Trailer
Cover, Bimini, GPS/fish,
Trolling motor, $9000 obo.
(941) 575-0902.
16.5' 2000 Flats Pro
Sport 75HP Merc, trailer,
extra wide hull, great fish-
ing & family boat. Call for
details. $5000 obo. Call
(941)-456-5452.
17' 2005 Sea Fox CC
Garaged/like new, flushed
& waxed each use. 90
Mercury, Garmin FF, VFH
radio, Hydraulic Steering,
auto pilot Rip-tide trolling,
bimini, 05 alum trailer w/
swing tongue
(fits std garage) $8,800.
obo 941747-5172
17' CENTURY CC '93 VGC
85hp Yamaha, bimini top,
push pole, stand, new
radial tires & battery,
trolling motor, anchors,
preservers, fish locator.
Garage kept $5900.
941-276-1274
17' Hurricane Deck Boat
2000, 90 h.p. Yamaha,
extras, fishing chair w/tlr.
$7,900 (941)-815-2007
17' Kenner Pro Skiff, 2006,
Polling Platform, 50hp
Yamaha, w/ Trailer $5100
obo (941)-374-6973


7330 BOATS-POWERED
17' TRI HULL w/trailer,
150hp Mercury, runs grt.
$1800 (941)-493-2134
18' 05 Lightning flats
90hp'00 Yamaha jack-
plate livewell trailer
$6,500 941-628-8250
18' 2002 Action Craft
1890 SE, 200hpdi, dual
axle alum trlr, 24V
trolling motor, power
pole w/remote, Garmin
168 GPS, VHF, Bob's
Jack plate, polling plat-
form, trim tabs, full
boat cover, great cond.
Asking $19,500. (941)-
637-6347
18' Bayliner, 2004, seats
8 comfortable, great cond
$12,000 (941)-544-7582
18' Ranger Bass Boat
w/Mercury 150. Optimax
motor, Lowrance & Gar-
mon depth finders, 36V
107 thrust trolling motor.
$7000 863-494-0298
19' HURRICANE deck boat
'98 w/120hp Johnson w/
trlr $3250 (941)-716-8202
1994 Sylvan V188, 19'
dual console, walk-through
bowrider. 4.3 liter V6, Mer-
cruiser I/0, w/trailer. Turn-
key ready & super nice for
the $$! $4,450 obo. 941-
266-2100

CASH
TODAY
For Your Boats
& Jet Skis
| (941)-268-7516


7330 BOATS-POWERED
20' DECK BOAT, 2005, 40
hp Mercury, & trailer,
$7900. 941-743-0087
20' SEA FOX Bay Boat
2002 115 4-stroke loaded
$15,500. Don 235-1962
20' Slarcraft Deck Boat,
2000, 140 4 Stroke Suzuki,
Bimini Head, Stereo & Show-
er. $7900 (941)473-0375
or 727434-1926 Cell
2000 Bandit Air Boat pow-
ered by 0470, new fiber
pro & trailer Runs Dry,
Ready to go $7500 (863)-
990-1218
2007 Coastal Bay 1910,
150 yamaha 4 stroke, 49
hrs., with trolling motor,
boat master custom fit
tandem axle alum., trailer,
$38,600 or take over pay-
ments of $406.95 mo.
(941)-628-4519
21' 1998 BOSTON Whaler
Outrage, 200HP Merc 2
stroke, low hours, VHF,
GPS, FF, auto pilot, HD
steering, $19,500. Call
941-575-1877.
21' 2007 Hurricane deck
boat Model 217, 15 hrs.
(941)-629-2149 after 5p
21' Off Shore center
counsel 150HP Johnson,
60hrs on rebuild
GPS/VHF FF, Bimini top,
brand new upholstery,
tandem trailer, new tires,
bearings & seals Just
arrived from Buffalo
$6000/obo
941-483-3902


7330 BOATS-POWERED 7330 BOATS-POWERED
21.6 Proline, WAC, NOW OPEN *
'01-150 Merc, rebuilt,
tir, lift kept. $7500 MARINER'S TRADING
941-625-7336
23' PEN YAN, 318
Chrysler, fly bridge, trailer, COMPANY
$5,750. (9411-258-6332 Buy- Sell Consign
Buy Sell Consign
25 1/2' 1990 DONZI 250 Pre-Owned Boating &
GT. $8000 obo. 941-575- Nautical Items
6867 or 941-639-2815. (941)-639-1340
1035 Elizabeth St.
26 Ft Penn-Yan, solid but Unit 112, Punta Gorda
needs work. Must be Mon Fri 9am-5pm
moved now. 941-423- Sat., 9am-12pm
9514 1
PACKAGE DEAL 1997 Ford
26 Ft Penn-Yan, solid but F150, new trailer, 2004 22'
needs work. Must be Seahunt, T-top, dual batts,
moved now. 941-423- GPS, 150hp Yamaha,
9514 $26,750. obo. Call (941)-
27' HOUSE BOAT, no trail- 235-1116
er, you haul, $700.
SOLD!!
31' MAXUM CRUISER,. 2002,
very low hrs, full electronics,
($69,990 (9411697-9222 10' to 40'
Boat Donations wanted SELL YOUR
to support Clearwater
Marine Aquarium. Tax BOAT TODAY!
Deductable (727)-409- CASH CONSIGN
6282 ext. 235 OR TRADE


CASH IN
A FLASH
FOR YOUR HOME
CAR, TRUCK,
BOAT & RV ANY
CONDITION,
CLOSING IN
24HRS. MEET OR
BEAT ANY OFFERS!!
(866)420-8804
www.usarealestatel969.com


fischermarine.com
(239) 694-4626
Starter Sailboat/Fisning Boat
& Accessories Incl. Sail Kit.
$425 (941)697-1441

7331 SAILBOATS
1978 Compact 16 w/trail-
er, 3.2 hp evenrude
motor, main & gib sail,
everything in good cond.
$1,850 (321)-288-8139


7331 SAILBOATS
31' ALLMAND, RARE
Family Cruiser
Restored 06, New Every-
thing! Paint & Sails!
Forward/Aft Staterooms!
Home Theatre, Call for
Brochure/Slideshow
$31,900
(941) 637-6831
Ready to Cruise!!!

7332 PERSONAL
WATER VEHICLES
1995 Sea-Doo Jet Ski XP,
& trailer $1,500 obo,
(941)'626-5984
1998 Tiger shark, 770 jet-
ski, 3 seater w/galv. trlr.,
runs good $1,000 (941)-
286-7739
2002 Seadoo GTX LTD
and '03 Kaw. STX 12F,
both 4 stroke, 3 seaters,
w/ dbl trailer. $10,000
(941)-650-2915



2003 YAMAHA XLT 800,
80 hrs. Just serviced.
many extras. $4300.
(941)-240-5770
JET SKI 1999 Yamaha,
trailer, 3-person, less than
50 hrs. good cond.
$4200. 941-639-4204

7333 MISC.
BOATS/WATER SPORTS

12ft Jon Boat with trailer
good condition $350.00
941-423-4151


7334 OUTBOARD/
MARINE ENGINES
1986 EVINRUDE, 15 hp,
new water pump kit, prop,
shaft seals, long shaft.
Runs good, needs carb
work. $500 obo.
Call 941-204-7700
1999 Evinrude 225HP,
282hrs, Hydraulic Porta
bracket, $4500
941-473-2106
25HP JOHNSON, long
shaft, electric start, low
hrs $1000 941-505-1177
5 HP Mercury outboard,
1992, excellent cond,
$400 obo. **SOLD**
60hp YAMAHA Motor, 3
yrs, runs perfect, con-
trols, s/s prop $3500.
Boat & Trailer $1000.
941-460-0312

7336 BOAT STORAGE
DOCKING
DEEP WATER BOAT
SLIPS ENGLEWOOD
25-60' $8/FT/MO.
1 w/boat lift. 941-270-
1449
BUY IT!
SELL IT!
FIND IT!
SUN CLASSIFIED!
LIFT UP TO 24'-25' boat
for rent. 2 canals from
Ponce inlet $300. Call
(941)-575-0970.
Slips, Sail or Power, H20
Elec 5min to Harbor Great
Rates!! 941-255-5947


7338 MARINE SUPPLY
& EQUIP.
2) Deck Chairs folding,
west marine sailfish elite,
$60 each. Garelick OB
motor carrier/stand, cap.,
1351bs. $60. 639-1393
FOLDING SS bikes (2), 5
spd. 20" tires, great cond
$325 ea. (941)-639-9150
Trawler Parts: heat
exchanger for Ford-
Lehman 135, new in car-
ton $450. 2 shaft bear-
ings, 1 1/2 X 2 X 6
$150/both. 1 drive saver
flex coupling for 1 1/2"
shaft $120. 110' 18/2
Ancor boat cable $60. 80'
16/2 Ancor boat cable
$56. Anchor Fortress FX
16, like new $175. Call
(941)-637-1207.
A Bargain Hunters Delighl
Check the
Classifileds first!
A Whole Marketplace of
shopping is right at your
fingertips!
Call The Sun Classifieds
Today!,
From Venice, Englewood,
North Port Areas
Call 941-207-1200
From Pt. Charlotte Areas
Call 941-206-1200

7339 CANOES/
KAYAKS
2- single person, Old Town
kayaks, paddles &
access. incl. $550 both.
SOLD!
Huge Selection New &
Used Kayaks Starting
at $299. Economy
Tackle 941-922-9671


L. 1


fUL, FVV, UU, AbZD,., IlVV
*24 BcJICK RENDEVOUS CC $25,968
LOADED 28K MILES Jamie941-639-1155x200
$14.980
WIDE EU S 2007.LEXUS ES350 NAVI-
GAT1ON LOADED $38,980


2004 Chev. Blazer 2dr,
Auto, AC. Clean. 38k,
Only $9970.
CramerToyota 7310 4 X 4'S
1-800-507-1543


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Sunday, October 21, 2007






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of our communities and get ready for monstrous savings!


SARASOTA NATIONAL
Coach Homes, Carriage Homes, Villas E Grand Villas
(941) 493-1507
Unit 102 Sandpiper
2 bedrooms + den, 2 baths, water view
@SS 0 $249,920
Unit 194 Egret
2 bedrooms + den, 2 baths, water view
S1 o0 $286,580
Lot 787 Pelican
2 bedrooms + den, 2 baths, golf included
P0 $319,900
Lot 33 Sanderling
2 bedrooms + den/bedroom 3, loft, 3 baths, preserve view
S;20 $327,220

SAN MICHELE
Townhomes
(941) 359-3125
Unit 118
3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, 1-car garage
SzStp 0 $199,900
Unit 128
3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, 1-car garage
$2P9S1' $199,900


THE ISLES ON PALMER RANCH
Patio Homes, Townhomes & Single-Family Homes
(941) 926-3933
Lot 422 Capri III
2 bedrooms + den, 2 baths, 2-car garage
$2;S0 $267,900
Lot 47 Catalina
3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, 1-car garage
33: QO $273,400
Lot 663 Oakmont
3 bedrooms + den, 2 baths, water view
D9S0 $326,900
Lot 627 Carlyle
4 bedrooms,3 baths, water view
0$5S4Z0 $398,270

ISLANDWALK AT THE WEST VILLAGES
Patio Homes, Townhomes E Single-Family Homes
(941) 408-8179
Lot 230 Capri III
2 bedrooms + den, 2 baths, water view
SS1 S0 $242,900
Lot 9 Cayman
4 bedrooms, 3 baths, 2-car garage
t9SQ0 $245,900


Lot 328 Oakmont
3 bedrooms + den, 2 baths, water view
a'f S0 $315,900


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