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 Material Information
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 28, 2007
Copyright Date: 2007
Frequency: semiweekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Venice (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Sarasota County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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Bibliographic ID: UF00028295
Volume ID: VID00431
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: ltuf - ANK8420
oclc - 47264140
alephbibnum - 002730652
issn - 1536-1063
lccn - 2001229429
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Preceded by: Venice gondolier (Venice, Fla. : 1983)

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Gulf Shores Association
says a beachfront
homeowner built over
county property,
eliminating a parking
area they used for
beach access.

BY GREG GILES
NEWS EDITOR

The beautiful landscaping
at the end of developer Har-
vey Wasserman's driveway
may have to be removed, say
county officials, because it
appears to have been built.
over a county right of way
without permits.
That was the preliminary
assessment by Charles Rich-
ison, county supervisor of
inspections, planning and
evaluation services.
Richison took a drive down
to Venice from Sarasota Fri-
day morning to see the right
of way for himself, after learn-
ing of resident complaints
that the property had been
taken illegally.
The right of way in ques-
tion is located at a dead end
on Sunset Drive next to a
beach easement for Gulf
Shores residents who for
years used it as a parking area.
All that changed a few
years back when the Wasser-


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SUN PHOTO BY JEFF TAVARES, jtavares@venicegondolier.com
Gulf Shores residents say this driveway entrance at the end of Sunset Drive was built over a county right
of way. County officials may ask the owner to remove the structures.


mans paved a portion of the
crushed shell road with new
brick and gated it. The con-
struction essentially turned
the dead end into an exten-
sion of their driveway, com-
plete with raised landscaping
and concrete columns.
; "It certainly looks like pri-
vate property," Richison said.
"I couldn't locate the prop-


erty markers (but) structures
in right of ways are not per-
mitted unless it's for certain
purposes the county deems
correct and necessary, like
drainage and sidewalks. These
don't fall into that category."
Richison said he still needs
to do more research to clarify
ownership of the property
before making a final recom-


mendation on what to do
about the encroachment.
No permits
The area's annexation into
the city in early 2000s may
have complicated the issue.
That's because the roads -
and, in this instance, the right

Please see BEACH, 6A


BY TOMMY MCINTYRE
STAFF WRITER

With the precision of a
well-executed football play,
Venice police arrested two
suspects and charged them
with more than 20 car bur-
glaries.
"Our guys really showed
what good police work was all
about on this one," Venice Po-
lice Capt. Tom McNulty said.
"A witness got a partial
plate number (of the sus-
pects' getaway car), another
officer ran the plate in all 50
states from his in-car com-
puter and came up with the
car and another officer at
Motel 6 spotted the car in the
motel parking lot," McNulty
said.
Arrested and charged with
at least 20 counts of burglary
of a conveyance (car bur-
glary), multiple counts of
grand theft, petit theft and
criminal mischief were Chris-
ti N. Bartholomew, 20, and
David T. Phillips, both of
Pennsylvania. Bartholomew
is from Hamburg, Phillips
from Reading.
After they were caught, the
couple told officers they were


breaking into cars to pay for
their vacation in Venice.
Confrontation
Shortly before 8 p.m..
Thursday, the Venice Police
Department received a report
of an in-progress car burglary
that had just happened in the
Venice Regional Medical Cen-
ter parking lot.
Officers found a red Chev-
rolet Impala with the passen-
ger side rear door window
smashed.
Shattered glass, a cell
phone charger and an AAA
card. were found on the
ground on the passenger side
of the vehicle.
A witness reported that as
he was walking in the parking
garage he heard what he
thought was glass breaking.
As he approached the red
Impala,.he saw a young man
standing on the passenger
side of the car. The witness
asked if it was his car and if he
needed any help.
As the witness got closer he
saw the man holding a crow-
bar and standing in shattered
glass with a black suitcase on

Please see CRIME, 6A


Drug abuse a prescription for trouble-,


Indians victorious


BY COURTNEY LINN
STAFF WRITER


Prescription drug abuse in Sarasota County
is an epidemic.
In 2006, the No. 1 cause of death in Sarasota
County for people ages 15-44 was uninten-
tional poisoning, surpassing motor vehicle
accidents.
That was one of the statistics offered at a
community forum Thursday to show pre-
scription drug abuse is on the rise in Sarasota
County.
Not discounting the use of illicit drugs still
prevalent in the community, panel of experts
with experience ranging from drug abuse pre-
vention and education to treatment and law
enforcement: talked about how Sarasota
County has the most prescription drug abuse
in the state.
"Sarasota is an affluent community." said
PJ. Brooks, vice president of outpatient ser-
vices for First Step of Sarasota.
In addition, the wealth in the county is par-
alleled by the amount of passive income from
retirees and their need for medical care.
According to Brooks, the large number of
doctors in the area makes Sarasota ripe for
people who "doctor shop," a major way pre-
scription drug abusers get the drugs.
Doctorshopping refers to an abuser who
visits several doctors acquiring the same pre-
scription(s). Doctors will typically not check to
see if abuser is taking any other drugs or has
another physician.
In 33 states there are laws to help prevent


abusers from getting multiple prescriptions of
the same drug at different pharmacies.
Florida, however, had the opportunity to pass.
such a law but didn't.
In addition to doctor shopping, the Internet
has made it simple for people to get prescrip-
tion drugs, even without a prescription.
"On 90 percent of Web sites, you don't need
a prescription," Curt Lavarello, executive
director of Sarasota Coalition on Substance
Abuse, said. "You just need a credit card."
Abusers usually don't take one drug; their
preferences are oxycodone, hydrocodone,
Lortabs and Xanax, and they will typically mix
drugs together.
Russell Vega, chief medical examiner for
District 12 (including Sarasota County), said
mixing oxycodone with Xanax can be lethal.
Ups and downs
Prescription drugs have the allure of safety;
which is one reason why abusers prefer them.
"There is a misconception among youth
that they're legal ... and harmless," said
Patrick Hickey, a registered nurse for the
Sarasota County Health Department.
In addition, panelists said, prescription
drugs are easy to conceal, making them desir-
able for teenagers who might bring them to
school.
K-9 units can sniff out marijuana, said Lt.
Tim Enos of the Sarasota County Sheriff's Of-
fice.
- It is also difficult to make arrests against

Please see ABUSE, 6A


SUN PHOTO BY JEFF TAVARES, jtavares@venicegondolier.com
Venice High's running back Paul Costanzo finds the hole in a 21.7 win over undefeated Manatee
High School in Bradenton.The win clinched the Class 5A, District 11 championship.


Thomas Ranch plan tentatively approved by county commissioners


The matter next goes before the Department of
Community Affairs before returning to the
Sarasota County Commission for a final vote in
the spring.


BY STEVEN J. SMITH
STAFF WRITER


Thomas Ranch's develop-
ers got the go-ahead. Barely.
But their goal of increasing
Development density on the


Good morning,
Gondolier Sun subscriber,
TOM HENRY


2,850-acre tract from its cur-
rent maximum of 1,072
dwellings to 7,125 still faces
an uphill climb.
Even though the Sarasota
County Commission approv-
ed a comprehensive plan


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amendment Tuesday by a
narrow 3-2 vote, the matter
must continue on to the
Department of Community
Affairs for its stamp of ap-
proval before returning to the
commissioners for a final
vote next spring.
Commissioner Paul Mer-
cier moved to approve the
amendment and Commis-
sioner Joe Barbetta seconded
the motion.
"This plan provides a grid


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system, infrastructure, long-
range planning," Mercier said.
Mercier said they will have
another shot at the issue in
the spring when it comes
back from the DCA.
Commissioner Joe Barbet-
ta agreed with Mercier.
"If we throw this thing out
without looking at the net
benefits, we may end up with
something that we're not
happy with," Barbetta said.
"I'm going to vote for this


now," Commissioner Shan-
non Staub warned developer
consortium Fourth Quarter
Properties. "But I can tell you
I may not vote for it on adop-
tion."
Staub cited concerns with
Fourth Quarter and its deter-
mination to build so many
homes without a financial
plan outlining the stormwa-
ter and road-building assur-
ances she needed to see.
"But there is enough good


stuff in (the plan) that I'm
willing to let it go up (before
the DCA)," Staub said.
Five years out
High on the list of "good
stuff" was a pledge from the
developers to put together an
interlocal agreement with
county staff for district infra-
structure improvements. This
includes a utility master plan

Please see RANCH, 6A


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JOHN HENRY FLOYD was a dreamer with big ideas and small
budgets. Floyd began improving Sarasota from the time he
arrived in 1925. Under his leadership, the Choirs Union founded
the Old Folk Aid Club and Home with a treasury of $700. He
built the Truevine Missionary Baptist Church, New Bethel
Missionary Baptist Church, the USO Recreation Building for
black soldiers in World Waril and Newtown Day Nursery. Floyd
was a part of almost every Sarasota advancement in his time.


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River Road Task Force to meet Nov. 1


BY STEVEN J. SMITH
STAFF WRITER

The future of South County
is inextricably tied to the
future of River Road, accord-
ing to Tom Minnich, presi-
dent of the South West Cou-
nty Alliance of Homeowners
Associations.
"If you have wondered why
you haven't heard about a
River Road Corridor Study or
the River Road Plan yet, it is
because none has ever been
done," Minnich, 80, recently
told the Sarasota County
Planning Commission. "If you
have heard that River Road
will be elevated, widened and
become a major artery from
the Cape Haze Peninsula to
Interstate 75, you are only
hearing wishful thinking."
The problem, Minnich said,
is little or no money has been
earmarked from Sarasota
County, North Port or Char-
lotte County for such a pro-
posal.
Minnich h6pes to change
all that with the formation of a
River Road Task Force and
plans to challenge local, state,
even federal officials to ad-
dress what he believes are two
critical .needs:
1. The widening and ele-
vating of River Road.
2. The construction of a
major employment center
near River Road's Englewood
boundaries.
"I'm putting the task force
together for one purpose,"
Minnich said. 'And that's to
find out how to fund all this."
The roster
Minnich plans to hold a
joint meeting on Nov. 1, at
Boca Royale Country Club in
Englewood of the South West
County Alliance- of Home-
owners, the Lemon Bay Lea-
gue board of directors and the
West Charlotte County Civic
Association board. At that
meeting, he plans to corral to
his task force such high-pro-
file officials as:
Sarasota County Comm-
issioner Shannon Staub
Charlotte County Comm-
issioner Tom Moore
North Port City Comm-
issioner Fred Tower
Former Charlotte County
Commissioner and current
Charlotte County Supervisor
of Elections Mac Horton
West Charlotte County
Civic Association (';iiiii.in
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Englewood Community
Redevelopment Area Advis-
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Englewood Water District
board member Taylor Meals
Sarasota County Plann-
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Charlotte County Direc-
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Sarasota County Director
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Ed McCrane
Engelwood-Cape Haze
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Chamber President Lane
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A major employment cen-
ter could provide jobs in the
industrial and manufacturing
sectors, Minnich said.
"Maybe others as well. The
point is, none of this works
unless we have a major inter-
state connector going all the
way out to 1-75. That two-lane
blacktop we have right now
just won't cut it."

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SLANG
] For Venice City Council Seat 5
PRIORITIES:
Open, responsive government
Preserving small town charm
Protecting sensitive habitat
Saving our Municipal golf course
Keeping our airport safe and neighborly
EXPERIENCE:
Over 30 years in the non-profit and public sectors
including municipal depts. of police, community
development, and housing with responsibility for multi-
.i lliorn dollar State and Federal programs and projects.
Masters of Science Degree/Com. Ec. Dev.
lPr.- ii. ni of Venice Neijhborhoo d. Coalition, Inc.
Member of I hi Board of Sarasota County Council
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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 to 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


H ERNIE

ZAVODNYIK
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:
B.A. University of Notre Dame
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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Venice


Remembered


mural


dedicated


Present at Friday's dedication were from left, VABI President Don
Hay, Venice Gondolier Sun Publisher Bob Vedder, artist Coleen
Henry, Jean Trammell of the Trammel Family Foundation and Derek
Dunn-Rankin, resident of Sun Coast Media Group. The mural was
funded by the Trammell Family Foundation with some assistance
from the Venice Gondolier Sun.


Don Hay, president of Venice Area Beautification Inc., speaks to city officials and others gathered for the dedication of the Venice
Remembered mural by Venice artist Coleen Henry. The mural is on the back of the Venice Gondolier Sun print shop building along the
Venetian Waterway Park.


SUN PHOTOS BY JEFF TAVARES, jtavares@venicegondolier.com
Venice Remembered mural artist Coleen Henry listens to speakers at
the dedication of her mural Friday.


Over 100 specially selected, late model cars _
available at this one-day event. ."
On Saturday November 3rd, 9:00 AM 3:00 PM, Sarasota
Coastal Credit Union And Auto Advisors are having a
spectacular sale that includes a huge selection of late model
pre-owned vehicles, all at very special prices. In addition,
Sarasota Coastal is offering on-site credit approval, even 4 : U
if your credit isn't the best, and .25% reduction off their :
regular loan rates. With all available discounts, Sarasota
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Editor's Note: Candidates for city council were asked, "Do you
support the direction in which the city is headed through its compre-
hensive long range plan?" Below are their responses.

COMPILED BY GREG GILES, NEWS EDITOR


Seat 7 (mayor)


FRED HAMMETT
(incumbent)

The result
of public input

Yes, especially since there
was nearly two years of public
input before starting to
write the plan.
There have been spins that
the inputs were ignored, but
only by those that had a
minority opinion.
The process is long on
purpose so that all of the
comments are considered.
I support the current regu-
lations (on height and densi-
ty), and I support changing
them where it makes good
government and good plan-
ning.
This council has already
made some changes in dis-
tricts that are consistent with
the needs of the community.
The height overlays in the res-
idential neighborhoods are
an example.

ED MARTIN

Ignore
public's wishes

There are nice features
in the comp plan, like more
visualiztion, and some good
descriptive text.
Unfortunately, despite the
Envision Venice process,
which was an exemplary part
of the comp plan develop-
ment, the plan itself ignores
the public wish for small
scale and limited develop-
ment. Instead, from the start
it argues for more density
and development and in the
villages section takes that to
damaging extremes. The plan
fails to speak carefully and
well on environmental issues
and drew strong words of
objection from the state, end-
ing with the word "unaccept-
able."
People who support every
project proposed are hurting
the brand that is Venice that
draws visitors and residents.
They confuse all growth with
progress. There are many
communities across the
nation that reached their bor-
ders and chose not to go up.
Instead they kept improving
services, infrastructure, qual-
ity of life, and their property
values and related taxes kept
them flourishing economi-
cally.
Moderate growth would
mean not granting top densi-
ty in the comprehensive plan
and in zoning.
A particular problem is
presented by the "villages" in
the comp plan which
increase densities, allow up


to seven stories in some
areas. These villages, not dis-
cussed in any detail by coun-
cil, represent a major change
in the essence of Venice
toward density and in some
instances height. They must
be carefully reviewed with
the public and deleted from
the comp plan until they
receive detailed study,
including use of outside con-
sultants.

Seat 5

GARY BUDWAY


Keep the
small-city theme

No. The plan needs to
be reviewed, redrawn with
input from residents after suf-
ficient hearing and planning
sessions and review of citi-
zens before final approval by
city council.
I support a sensible growth
that does not include height
and density exceptions mak-
ing our city lose its small-city
theme.

SUE LANG


Heights never
envisioned

No! As president of Venice
Neighborhoods Coalition I re-
viewed and commented on
the draft comp plan update
and asked that the state send
it back for revision. The plan
should reflect residents' input
and be consistent with what
residents told the city during
Envision Venice. The over-
whelming majority said that
they were concerned about
growth and did not support
greater density or heights
above four stories.
I support growth that is
sensible and sustainable. I
was one of several residents
who proposed the charter
amendment to the county
which resulted in the joint
planning agreements. The
city of Venice opposed the
amendment despite the fact
that a poll showed 70 percent
of residents in favor.
It is clear that Venice never
would have entered into a
joint planning agreement
with the county had the char-
ter amendment not been
placed on the ballot.
I and others have worked
for over a year collecting sig-
natures on a citizen-initiated
petition for a referendum
that has been placed on the
November ballot which
addresses growth in the unin-
corporated areas. Called the
"super-majority referen-
dum," this amendment, if
passed, will ensure that


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Candidates enjoy a lighter moment on the campaign trail Friday at the Venice Yacht Club.The candidate forum was sponsored by the South
County Tiger Bay Club.


county decisions to amend
the county comp plan will
require'(approval by) four out
of five commissioners to
increase density or intensity.
In 1999 the comp plan
stated that Venice should dis-
courage tall buildings along
the Gulf. This policy has mys-
teriously been removed and
replaced with a plan for "vil-
lage?' which range from four
to seven stories including in
areas where almost all the
structures are currently only
one to two stories.
The community was never
included in this decision to
recommend such heights,
which are the very opposite
of what residents said
throughout the Envision
Venice process.
Many successful cities
have height caps: St.
Augustine, Naples, Sanibel
Island, to name a few just in
Florida.
Venice's draw has long
been its historic-style down-
town and small-town charac-.
ter. Deviating from this
theme will cause Venice to
lose its share of a market that
is emerging as a trend for
vacationers as well as home
buyers.
Venice's draft comprehen-
sive plan does not adequately
address environmental issues
or provide a plan for sustain-
able growth.

JIM WOODS
(incumbent)
Comp plan reduces
intensity

Yes. The Envision Venice
process which resulted in the
Evaluation and Appraisal Re-
port, which led to the comp-
rehensive master plan for


Venice, included 32 separate
public meetings which were
critical in setting the future
direction of Venice. This plan
is currently under review by
Florida Department of
Community Affairs.
In its initial review the
DCA commends the city on
our innovative approach to
involve all public and private
partners in the planning
process resulting in a revised
comprehensive plan that
integrates progressive plann-
ing principles with traditional
planning concepts.
They are requesting more
data so that this plan is more
legally defensible before the
city adopts it.
One has only to compare
the magnitude of what is cur-
rently allowed under our 1999
comprehensive plan against
how this proposed plan dra-
matically reduces the intensi-
ty of what can be built in the
future. We will have a more
compact city boundary and

Seat 6

BILL WILLSON
(incumbent)
Toward
'smart growth'

Slow-growth advocates
should be delighted with this
completely revised comp
plan.
The previous plan from 1999
was based on large-scale ann-
exations that anticipated the
city would ultimately extend
north to 681, south to
Jacaranda Boulevard and out
east as well.
That is no longer the
vision.
We defined our ultimate
borders officially when we
approved the joint planning


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agreement with Sarasota
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The only annexations now
will be to sensibly square out
the edges and provide ser-
vices most efficiently.
Our comprehensive plan
has not just been updated, it
has completely been rewrit-
ten to reflect our new direc-
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Sustainable development
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SUNDAY, OCT. 28, 2007


Fairgrounds master plan process gets green


City, county and fair board representatives
embrace a one-year planning process.
A nonprofit authority would own and
operate the complex when it's finished.


BY JACK GURNEY
PELICAN PRESS


A group of local movers
and shakers from the busi-
ness community has gone
public with its proposal to
transform the outdated Sara-
sota County Fairgrounds into
an all-purpose community
asset with new facilities that
would be owned and operat-
ed by a nonprofit authority.
On Monday, before a joint
meeting of city and county
commissioners, fair board
members, and an audience of
interested public officials, the
group asked for $400,000 to
pursue a master plan for the
90-acre Fruitville Road site
over the next 12 months.
"We envision a permanent
home for the county fair, a
place for outdoor sporting
events, a community hall for
graduations that doubles as a
hurricane shelter and a hotel
with meeting space and a
restaurant," said Sarasota
businessman Tom Dabney.
One by one members of
the group followed.
"We want to review previ-
ous plans, meet with commu-
nity groups, look at land use
alternatives along Fruitville
Road and study the market so
this is not a financial drain,"
said Chamber of Commerce
Chief Executive Officer Del
Borgsdorf.
The group agreed to shep-
herd the one-year effort, but it
wants money to hire an inter-
im administrative agent and
pay for a planning consultant.
It promised to provide an
overall operating plan for the
site that would not require a
public subsidy from the
county or city.
Questions
Several commissioners
questioned whether $400,000
was too much for the task and
why the group was stacked
with North County business
representatives.
"There's nobody from Ven-
ice, North Port or Longboat
Key," said County Comm-
issioner Joe Barbetta.
Then they began to cri-
tique the details.
"We need South County
representation," said County
Commissioner Shannon Staub,
"and I'm worried it would be
jumping the gun to have an
interim CEO. It would be diffi-
cult to switch and get some-
one else."
The group's request for
operating funds identified
$300,000 from the county,
$50,000 from the city and
$50,000 from the fair board.
"This is a lot of money,"
Staub said. "I'm with you on
the need for a plan, but we
need to hone down the
money."
When pressed for an expla-
nation of where the county's
contribution could be found,
County Administrator Jim Ley
confirmed there will be $5
million of 1-cent sales surtax
revenue for fairground im-
provements if voters approve
a 15-year extension of the
measure on Nov. 6.
Dinosaur
In the back-and-forth dis-
cussion that followed, several
commissioners expressed
support while others chipped
in with more reservations
about the cost of such an
endeavor, who would partici-
pate, how it should be con-
ducted, and when the final
report would be ready.
"I'd like to see something
happen at the fairgrounds,
but I'm not convinced this is
the right time," said City
Commissioner Richard Clapp.
"We need the community
involved, and I'm concerned
this is weighed too heavily
towards business."
Fair Board President Rory
Martin described planning
efforts for new facilities that
began in 2000, then told audi-
ence members that firefight-
ers had recently visited
Robarts Arena and recom-


mended that both an expen-
sive sprinkler system and fire
alarm be installed.
"We've operated without a
public subsidy all of these
years," he said, "but Robarts
Arena is now 40 years old and
either needs a lot of work or to
be replaced. It's a dying
dinosaur. I've seen all the pre-
vious plans and agree that
market' studies need to be
updated."
The fair board owns most
of the fairgrounds and has
previously resisted sugges-
tions it should sell.
"I'm not interested in us
being landlords," board
member Wilbur Smith said,
"but we do need a permanent
venue for our fair and youth
programs."
Mayor Lou Ann Palmer
wasn't convinced.
"The concept has merit,"
she said, "but without an
opportunity for the city com-
mission to discuss this, we're in
an awkward position. Our
administration needs a chance


to t'lly study the proposal."

Patches
The doubt factor all but
dissolved when City Comm-
issioner Fredd Atkins spoke
up.
"Something needs to hap-
pen," he said. "Everybody
knew this was coming. If we
wait five months to find
$50,000, or $300,000, we're
just dancing in the rain. Are
we ready for a futuristic pro-
ject?"
In short order, a series of
motions was offered and
unanimously adopted to pro-
ceed with the project and find
all or at least most of the
$400,000. The commissions
and fair board will have to
deal with the money issue at
upcoming meetings.
"We are not trying to take
ownership of the process,"
Dabney assured the politi-
cians and fair volunteers. "But
if we don't go forward, anoth-
er 10 years will go by and we'll
still be putting patches on
(Robarts Arena). We need a
master plan, governance and
a home for our fair."
Waiting in the wings to
find out what happens next is
the Ringling Bros. and Barn-


um & Bailey Circus. Several
commissioners have met
with owner Kenneth Feld
about moving both circus
and Disney on Ice rehearsals
into a new arena at the fair-
grounds.
Early versions of the
Ringling Bros. circus were
headquartered in Baraboo,
Wis., from 1882-1918, and in
Bridgeport, Conn., from 1918-
27. John Ringling moved the
circus to Sarasota in 1927 for
winter quarters, and it
remained a winter fixture
until 1959.
Rehearsals were conduct-
ed in Venice from 1959-93.
The red, blue and gold circus
shows now rotate in and out
of the Florida State Fair-
grounds in Tampa on a two-
year cycle for six weeks of
winter quarters, but Feld has
made no secret of the fact he
would prefer Sarasota.
Another potential tenant is
the Cincinnati Reds, who are
pursuing an Ed Smith Stad-
ium renovation on 12th Street
but would prefer new spring
training facilities at the fair-
grounds. City of Sarasota vot-
ers will help make that deci-
sion when they consider a
:stadium renovation bond
issue on Nov. 6.


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Lemon Bay Park

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BY STEVEN J. SMITH
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The NIMBY contingent
was loud and clear on this
one.
Residents near a county-
purchased site adjacent to
Lemon Bay Park showed up
in force at the Robert L.
AndersonAdministration Cen-
ter this week to oppose a pro-
posed comprehensive plan
amendment that would redes-
ignate the property to public
conservation-preservation.
They lost, but the Sarasota
County Commission found a
way to address their "not in
my back yard" concerns.
The land, along with four
similar parcels around the
county included in the pro-
posed amendment, is cur-
rently designated low-density
residential. Residents feared
the change which, among
other things, would incorpo-
rate fencing and a small park-
ing area would draw
unwanted public access to
the park through their neigh-
borhood in and around
Bayshore Drive.
"We held a public work-
shop," said Parks and Recre-
ation General Manager John
McCarthy. "We gathered in-
put from the community as
well as from direct neighbors.
We shared some ideas."
One of the ideas in that
Aug. 23 workshop came from
resident Dan Harrison, who
sought a creative way to do
away with public access from
Bayshore Drive.
"Take the fence down that's
there now," Harrison had said.
"Then have the county give
themselves an easement to


the main part of the park.
Then deed everything back to
the property owner. That way,
no one will enter the park
unless it's for county purpos-
es."
Comfort level
McCarthy said he took part
of Harrison's suggestion and
removed some fencing.
"And we can take out
more," McCarthy said. "While
we apologize to the commu-
nity for doing the fencing
without their input, our
intent was simply to bracket
the ownership and define it,
at the same time control
access. Without any fencing,
nothing regulates automo-
biles from driving all the way
into the park."
Commission Chair Nora
Patterson offered a sugges-
tion of her own.
"We should go' ahead and
approve the change and ask
staff to come back to the
commission after they've met
with neighbors," Patterson
said. "Let's not do anything
further with the parcel until
the commission gets to say
yes or no."
County Commissioner Jon
Thaxton agreed.
"The zoning is typically
where we take care of these
more detailed plans," Thax-
ton said. "Let's have this dis-
cussion prior to a rezone peti-
tion so that everybody is
comfortable with what we're
going to do there."
In the meantime, another
neighborhood workshop is
scheduled for 6:30 p.m. Nov.
14 at Lemon Bay Park, 570
Bay Park Blvd.
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Siesta parking study to address problems


BY JACK.GURNEY
PELICAN PRESS

.A,|jesta Village. parking
_.Q,"'c6nducted by Sarasota
. fity. officials could unlock
the puzzle of which business
owners provide enough
spaces, who has valid shared-
parking agreements and why
building permits are being
issued for projects that fail to
provide enough parking.
On Tuesday, ,the county
commission unanimously
agreed to authorize an in-
house analysis and records
search to get a grip on what
Chair Nora Patterson de-
scribed as a "recipe for disas-
ter" if the trend toward in-
tense commercial redevelop-
ment continues.
'"A public parking lot was
built in 1998 with the under-
standing it would make up for
deficiencies previously al-
lowed by the county," she
said. "Now our codes allow for
more development without
sufficient parking. We will end
up with tow truck wars if this
is not addressed."
The latest furor over inade-
quate Siesta Village parking
was triggered when a county
building permit was issued
for "The Hub" at 5148 Ocean
Blvd.
County officials have been
hard-pressed to verify wheth-
er there is adequate parking
for 151 bar and restaurant pa-
trons.
Zoning regulations call for
45 parking spaces. So far,
county officials have been
able to verify 15. The rest are
supposed to be accounted for
with shared-parking agree-,
ments produced for the


owner. If they aren't, it could
hold up the issuance of a cer-
tificate to open.
"We've approved and pro-
vided funds for a $5 million
Siesta Village project without
addressing the parking situa-
tion," Patterson said. "We
need to extend this study into
the residential-rental area
that surrounds the village so it
includes information about
parking permits."

"The biggest com-
plaints I receive are
from property owners
who are providing
enough parking for
their customers:'
Sarasota County
Commissioner
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In transit
The county is footing the
bill for a $5.2 million Siesta
Village beautification project
that was supposed to break
ground last year.
It was stalled because
some Ocean Boulevard
property owners were slow
to provide right-of-way ease-
ments so power lines can be
buried.
As matters currently stand,
the project is scheduled to
break ground next spring,
after the tourist season ends.
A second phase that in-
cludes brick sidewalks and
crosswalks, decorative street


lighting, benches and land-
scaping will commence when
utility work is completed.
"If we do this parking
study, the existing businesses
need to be analyzed so it can
be determined what parking
deficiencies exist," Com-
missioner Paul Mercier said.
"For instance, I know that Big
Olaf (an ice cream shop at
5208 Ocean Blvd.) has no
parking at all."
Patterson agreed.
"The biggest complaints I
receive are from property
owners who are providing
enough parking for their cus-
tomers," she said. "We need
to look at all of it to determine
whether there is enough
parking for any more redevel-
opment."
Commissioner Joe Barbet-
ta suggested that Siesta Vil-
lage property owners and
merchants may "be going
down the wrong path" by try-
ing to accommodate more
cars, when they should be
considering mass transit to
move people in and out of the
popular area.
Patterson disagreed.
"SiestaVillage is more than
just a tourist area," she said.
"It functions as a true mixed-
use district for residents who
shop there for food and go to
the drug store. Nobody who is
going there to shop will take a
trolley."
A 1998 Siesta Village park-
ing study was conducted
before the public parking lot
was constructed. Deputy
County Administrator David
Bullock said it included infor-
mation that will help county
officials conduct an in-house
study.


ABUSE from Page 1A
abusers.
According to Enos, an ar-
rest can only be made if a per-
son has the drug on him and
he doesn't have a prescrip-
tion.
Often, according to Hickey,
teachers in schools don't know
what's going on with prescrip-
tion drug abuse, and they don't
know what to look for.
But the problem of pre-
scription drug abuse is not
linked to teenagers alone.
"It affects everybody," La-
varello said.
According to data from the
county, teenagers 15-19 rep-
resented a nominal portion of
the accidental drug-related
deaths in the last four years.
The largest age group was
people 20-24.
No specific reason was
given why abusers take drugs
in the first place, but some of
the panelists cited the drug


RANCH from Page 1A
and environmental benefits
such as high water quality -
not only on-site, but in down-
stream receiving bodies
throughout the Lemon Bay
ecosystem as well.
Another benefit came with
the assurance that the project
would take shape slowly over
many years, easing the
growth issues.
"There will be zero houses
out there in 2010 and 2011,"
said Jeff Boone, attorney for
Fourth Quarter. "The first
ones at the earliest would be
out there in 2012 and might
not' even be out there that
soon."
And then there was the
benefit of a rebuilt River Road


market's push to have a pill
for every ailment.

"Society needs to re-
alize there are ups
and there are downs.
That's part of being
human."
Dr. Matthew
Thomas,Coastal
Behavioral
Healthcare

"Our society tries not to
feel at times," said Matthew
Thomas a doctor from
Coastal Behavioral Health-
care. "Society needs to realize
there are ups and there are
downs. That's part of being
human."

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- the cost of which, as J.P.
Marchand of Fourth Quarter
reminded the commission-
ers, is an unfunded $96 mil-
lion.
"I think we can build this
road," Marchand said, enu-
merating funding sources
such as the right-of-way ex-
change the commissioners
had approved with. Fourth
Quarter earlier in the day,
money allocated by the West
Villages Improvement Dis-
trict and transportation im-
pact fees related to the pro-
ject, all totaling $73 million.
"That leaves $23 million,"
Marchand said. "I've got to
believe we can find $23 mil-
lion in the next 20 years or so


CRIME from Page 1A


the ground.
The suspect threw the
black bag into a waiting car
and fled.
Treasure trove
After getting access to the
suspects' room, evidence of
many other car burglaries was
found.
"These findings will lead to
previous burglaries that have
occurred on the island in the
past few days. These items
were, but not limited to
receipts, fruits of the crime, a
laptop, assorted clothing and
a suitcase reported missing
from earlier in the day."
McNulty said he did not
know whether the Bar-
tholomew and Phillips had
criminal histories in Pen-
nsylvania.

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venicegondolier.com


to build the road. I think it's a
very doable project."
Commissioners Jon Thax-
ton and Nora Patterson dis-
sented.
"We've told North Port we'd
hold off on comp plan
changes and I think this devi-
ates from that," Thaxton said.
"I look at this development as
a poster child for hometown
democracy and I think we
would be recognized state-
wide from it."
"It's a lot of units for an
area that's very weak on infra-
structure," Patterson said.
"And (funding) River Road is
by no means the answer for
this."
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BEACH, from Page 1A


of way remained county
property, despite some early
declarations by city officials to
the contrary.
Wasserman may have
believed the propertywas pri-
vate and entered into some
kind of agreement with a
neighbor to build on the
property, Richison said.
He confirmed Wasserman
had not applied for a county
right-of-way use permit. Nor
did he take action requesting
the county vacate the proper-
ty or sell it.
"(The) real property (de-
partment) has had discus-
sions about this in the past,"
Richison said.
"We requested informa-
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to (the Wassermans) and see
if we can resolve this with
the goal being to remove the
structure in the right of way.
"If we can get that resolved
by talking, that is ideal. If not,
we may have to go through a
proceeding."
Disputed
The city has received com-
plaints by Gulf Shores resi-
dents dating back at least
three years.
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He said Black turned the
matter over to Hans Behrens,
the city official in charge of
code enforcement.
According to Obermeier,
Behrens said he had a conver-
sation with Wasserman who
claimed he was given the
right of way by his neighbor.
"The city asked Wasser-
man to produce that paper,
and he apparently never got
back to the city," Obermeier
said.
"He seemed to think they
had a deal where they owned


it," he said.
A real-estate savvy mem-
ber of the association finally
dug up the original deed,
showing the property was
deeded to the county by O.W.
Caspersen back in 1954.
Arbitrary;
Lee Karr and his neighbors
who live along a right of way
behind Gulf Shores Estates
want Wasserman, who's try-
ing to get his Venice Island
Resort built near the munici-
pal airport, to remove the gate
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"The rights of way are valu-
able and have a great deal to
do with the value of our land,"
Karr said. "He has taken some
of it arbitrarily and without
permission."
"It's the principle of the
whole thing," Obermeier
said, "It does look nicer, but
we can't park there."
According to Richison, it's
not uncommon for property
owners on dead-end roads to
ask for permission to land-
scape the area.
"We allow that," Richison
said, "as long as it does not


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the right of way ... but if we
have (other) property owners
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give us pause not to (allow)
that.
"I don't know if homeown-
ers have an interest there,"
Richison said.
Obermeier said he hadn't
made recent contact with the
county.
Wasserman was out of
town and unavailable for
comment.
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COASTAL WATERWAY? CALL US AT 2071111.


House the workers first


Hold off. I just read the story about Nokomis getting a
downtown village and, of course, the Waterford Company pro-
ject that's going on Laurel Road and Knight's Trail. I don't think
either one of them should be approved until they can show an
area where they will be building homes or rental apartments
for people who are going to work in the business end of this. I
mean, you know, most people around here earn $9 an hour;
where are they going to live and work at these places? So until
they can show that they're going to accommodate some of the
people who can't afford a $400,000 home, I think they should
be put on hold. We need workforce housing, and we need it
first. Without that, it's going to fall apart. '


No votes. I read the article in
your newspaper about the
arts and crafts festival on
Miami Avenue.. In 11 years
I've never knownVenice Main
Street to ask or put to a vote
anything whatsoever, except
the bike races. After four
years, they finally asked if we
wanted or didn't want the
bike race. They asked the
members. Before that they
never asked for a vote on any-
thing. They just take it upon
themselves and vote.
Missed it. Yesterday, I
received the official sample
ballot for the Nov. 6 election,
headed by the supervisor of
election's name in block print
and double sized to the rest of
the page. With all the fiascoes
that we have had in terms of
voting' machines and this
whole election set-up, I read
this and I found that there are
three places where I can do
early voting, Sarasota, North
Port and Venice. Underneath
each of these headings app-
ears the same map, which I
can see is for Sarasota. No
map of North Port, no map of
Venice. If it's so important to
Kathy Dent to have her name
in large block letters, I would
also think that she would take
the time to proofread these
documents. Evidently, thou-
sands of these will have to be
thrown away because I think
that this is an official docu-
ment, and to have misleading
information about it is proba-
bly not within the law. I sug-
gest that Kathy Dent buy a
magnifying glass and start
looking at some of the docu-


DUI checkpoint results
The Sarasota County
Sheriff's Office conducted a
DUI safety checkpoint on
Friday, Oct. 19, in the 7900
block of US 41.
Also participating were
officers from Sarasota Police
Department, Florida High-
way Patrol, Venice Police De-
partment and North Port Po-
lice Department.
During the night's opera-
tion, there were 10 DUI arr-
ests, three drug-related arr-
ests, one no valid license arr-
est and one habitual traffic


ments she sends out.
Photo request. I agree with
the person who called in
making unfavorable com-
ments about the Ecineville
series. It just takes up too
much space for insane gar-
bage. Please, let's put in a few
more pictures. I think that's
what your readers are more
interested in.
In error. The paper's view that
the tax cuts are going to hurt
and that the tax needs a reali-
ty check are in error. For some
reason the citizens are sup-
posed to feel sorry that these
nonprofit groups aren't going
to get the extra monies that
they've gotten in the past, and
we're supposed to believe that
for some reason our taxes
should remain high because
of this. The reality check is
that the taxes are too high,
whatever the reason, and they
should be lowered. The peo-
ple who run the government
have gotten fat and sassy and
* they don't know how to keep
things under control. They
spend whatever they want to
spend and and the taxpayers
are sitting ducks. They have
no choice. The ultimate thing
is that they can take their
property away and this isn't
fair. We need some relief.
Perhaps the sales tax method
might be best because you
don't have to buy whatever
you're buying. For some of
these items, if you have to pay
a few pennies more on them,
that's a great idea. We've got
that 1-cent tax and it does so
much, let's make it a 3- or a 4-
cent tax and relieve the prop-


offender arrest.
There were also additional
charges of obstruction by
disguise and resisting with-
.out violence, as well as 59
traffic citations issued for
various violations.

Venice Police
Department arrests
Lance S. McKie, 37, 100
block E. Airport Ave., Venice.
Charge: trespass after warn-
ing. Bond: no listing.
Dustin L. Wilmin, 25,
1100 block Jamaica Road,


erty owners.
Tough. Parents of Pine View
Schools think the lottery isn't
fair. As a taxpayer, I think it
isn't fair to pay for a school
that gives privileged children
a private school education at
our expense. Pine View.
School selects the best teach-
ers and has fewer schools per
class than the regular public
schools has. This isn't fair to
all students in our area. Some
parents complain that they
have to enroll their children in
private schools because they
can't get into Pine View. They
don't like the expense in-
volved while we, the taxpay-
ers, foot the bill. If a census
was taken as to the financial
status and the professions of
the parents of Pine View stu-
dents, you'd find the majority
of these parents could afford
to send their children to pri-
vate schools. If these gifted
students were assimilated
into the general school sys-
tem, they would encourage
bther students to try harder.
No confidence. Doesn't the
supervisor of elections proof-
read the materials that come
out of her office? The latest
example is the sample ballot
that was mailed to all voters in
the district. There are
addresses of early voting
precinct offices in Sarasota,
Venice and North Port with
the addresses, but all three
maps that accompany the
address are of the elections
office in downtown Sarasota. I
think they were supposed to
have a map showing the
Venice location and the North
Port location. This is another
example of a screw-up. Let's
put a vote of no confidence
on the ballot this year.
Reality check. This is your
problem: the commercial for
the upcoming elections stat-
ing, "Vote for (whatever), so
we in Florida can live the
upscale life we are-used to."
That is the problem too
much upscale. Get back to
reality.


Venice. Charge: worthless
check. Bond: $120.
Jonathan M. Holman, 22,
1000 block Capri Isles Blvd.,
Venice. Charge: DUI. Bond:
$500.
Jeffrey D. Faett, 44, 600
block Waterway Dfive,,Ven-
ice. Charges: driving while
license revoked (habitual
traffic offender), fleeing in an
attempt to elude law en-
forcement. Bond: $3,000.
Michael D. Morris, 26,
200 block Grove St., Venice.
Charge: trespass after warn-
ing. Bond: $250.


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Bill



Willson

Venice City Council Seat 6


Worked and helped pass:
Height restrictions to preserve historic downtown
The Joint Planning Agreement with Sarasota County
Design standards for Business U.S. 41 South
Supports:
Creation of a Performing Arts Center at Venice High
U.S. Conference of Mayors Climate Protection Agreement
6 Keeping municipal style golf course at Lake Venice
Scrub Jay habitat creation along the coastal corridor
$1,000,000 for local alternate energy sources
Endorsed by:
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Jim Woods, City Council Seat Five

Bill Willson, City Council Seat Six


Keith Anderson
Jan Andrews
Monty Andrews
Brad Baker
Mark A. Beebe
Claudia Bilbrey
Alfreda S. Boone
E. G. Dan Boone
Stephen K. Boone
Patricia Boruff
Gary Boruff
R.G. Kelly Caldwell
Bobbie Clinch
Jim Clinch
Andrea Cooper
Lloyd Cox
Marilyn Cox
Cheri M. Cray
Tim Cray
Tom Creech
Susan Creech
Peggy Davidson
Joseph R. DeCiantis
Nancy Detert
Ron Dudley
David Farley
Joanne Farley
Janis Fawn
Becky Feagan
Wendy Fishman
Pamela Gallagher
Jeanette Gates
Jeffrey 0. Gates
Cindy Gnegy
L. Patricia Graser.
Merle Graser
Paula Graser
Shaun Graser
Wendy M. Greig
Mike Griffith
Chris Hassler '
Greg G. Hassler, Sr.
Katherine Hay
Clayton Henson
Fred Hind
Charles Hines
D. Grady Hough, Jr.
Tramm Hudson
Kerry H. Kearns
S. Ann Keohan
Lori Kowalski
Lynn F. Lewis
Tammy Lindemuth
Stephen L. Lingley
Michelle Ross Litzler


Jan Lugar
Frederick D. Lugar
Michael Mackenzie
Patricia Mackenzie
Dan H. McLeroy, Jr.
Laureen Medvar
Brian Meurs
Jack Meyerhoff
Georgia Miller
Michael W. Miller
Tim Miller
Helen Moore
John K. Moore
Linda B. Moore
Jim Myers
Stuart O'Dell
Jayne Parrish
David Pierce
Sam Prost
Carol Roberts
Gregory C. Roberts
Christine Robinson
Ann Roggero
Gary Scott
John Simonds
Sarah Simonds
Ernie Skinner
Marc Smith
Sonny Smith
Brett Stephens
Kim Stephens
P. Dee Stephenson
Gae Stewart
Sarah Stuhmer
Obadiah Swafford
Edwin Taylor
Vicki Taylor
Linda Thompson
Edy Tonkin
Valera Townsend
Andy Tumminia
Billie Jo Van Gilder
Susan Vince
Pat Waguespack
Harry Walia
Sherrey Welch
Tom Westfall
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SUNDAY
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OPINION


GONDOLIER SUN EDITOR
BOB MUDGE
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OURVIEW


Woods gets nod over Lang, Budway for Seat 5


T his year promises to be the toughest
one we've had in some time for en-
dorsingVenice City Council candidates.
In this race, for instance, there are two
candidates who have been very active in the
community and a third who has provided a
great deal of service for his homeowners
association. All three would bring relevant
experience to the job and all are campaign-
ing hard to get it.
In our opinion the better choice is to give
incumbent Jim Woods three more years on'
council.
We recommend Woods with some reser-
vations. We don't think this has been a great
year for council in general, given its lack of
leadership on the airport and Tra Ponti
issues. And we were disturbed by Woods's
misrepresentation of opponent Sue Lang's
voting record, a mistake he has since apolo-
gized for on several occasions.
Just as he seems to have seen the light on
negative cng, we think he has
heard .te s eas buildings taller than
four storiest-- by w hwktnean about 45
feet -just aren't going to sit well with an in-


creasingly vocal part of the city's population.
. Lang and Gary Budway, the other chal-
lenger, both oppose taller buildings, and
they both have other ideas we like, but we
think they're not quite the right person to
put on council now.
Lang has a strong background in govern-
ment service in Connecticut, particularly in
affordable housing, a real need in this area.
And she has been an active monitor of city
council almost since she moved here four
years ago and is very familiar with many of
the issues council will be dealing with short-
and long-term. ,
The thing that got her involved was
growth, largely the discussion a few years
ago of a marina and related amenities at the
airport. Lang formed the Venice Neigh-
borhoods Coalition and staked out a posi-
tion in opposition to the three proposals the
city considered at that time. They were all
rejected wisely, we thought mostly
because each contained housing units, an
inappropriate use in that area.
Since then she has continued to keep the
coalition active, mostly but not entirely


- on growth issues and mostly but not
entirely- opposing them.
Sometimes we have agreed with Lang,
sometimes not. We certainly share her con-
cerns about tall buildings and shortcomings
in city planning. But like an incumbent in an
election, she is in a sense running on her
record, which is less tolerant of growth than
her election message has been.
And, frankly, because of her record trying
to torpedo funding for the bypass, for example
- we have a concern that she could be a dis-
ruptive influence on council and might try to
be as much a manager as a policymaker. The
city's experience with council members like
that has not been good.
That's not to say we want no' discussion
or dissent on the dais; we just want it to be
with the understanding that losing a battle
is part of politics.
Budway is unique among all the candi-
dates in pledging to reject both outside
funding and the salary that comes with a
seat on council, and to serve only one term.
Such independence is something we'd like
to see more of.


And he makes a very good point that resi-
dents who live off the island are poorly repre-
sented. In theory it shouldn't make a differ-
ence where a council member lives, but as a
practical matter it influences what the mem-
ber is familiar with, the circles he or she moves
in and other intangibles. We've been cool to
the idea of electing members by district, but
this is an argument in its favor. '
Budway, however, would have a large
learning curve if elected; we're also usually
cool toward candidates who prefer on-the-
job training.
We think Woods brings a lot to the posi-
tion from his business experience and com-
munity involvement: ownership of a local
business, service as campus executive offi-
cer of Manatee Community College's Venice
campus, heading the Venice Hospital
Foundation, involvement in the Venice Area
Chamber of Commerce, SCOPE, United
Way of South Sarasota County and others.
And we believe he is newly committed to
representing his constituents.
We recommend Jim .Woods for Venice
City Council Seat 5.


The changing



face of the city


ways" that was not perfect-
ly clear to this novice.
Yet it is well written, as it
talks about "providing an
exceptional place to live." It
wants unified community
character and growth-to be in
and around community and
activity centers. It talks of bal-
ancing land uses, having
.BOB VEDDER smart growth, using green
building standards, protect-
COLUMNIST"r a' ing the quality of life and har-
monizing designs. It calls for
on :, s.. .. community parks to promote
,The,, proposed Venice livability and social interac-
Comprehensive Plan can tion.
bring a variety of emotions. The base of this plan is that
Reading the opening 25 or the city will be built around a
30 pages, you really get a series of 14 "villages." That
wonderful feeling about certainly has a quaint sound
much of what the city plan- to it, doesn't it? These villages
ners have in store for us in the encompass current areas
decades ahead The pictures within the city and some yet
alone show some beautiful tobe developed.
examples-of what could be. 'In many cases they are to
It takes a leot of, work to mix uses so that people will
detail all that must go'into a be able to use alternative
plan; in fact, it takes 175 transportation within their
Pageso While the biggest part, villages to get to many of the
80 pages, is on development, services they need and also be
thete are sections on environ- able to'connect to most of the
iment, transportation and rest of the city.
public services. One of the first surprises in
SAs you already probably the document is that each of
know, all cities must update these villages will take on its
their plans and submit them own identity. These identities
to the state, which' helps might be Charleston-style,
make sure they are what Caribbean, Key West, New
makes sense for that commu- Florida or even Northern It-
nity and are consistent with allan or Mediterranean. There
other local and regional are eight of these in total.
plans. To' that end, the city Each area will have "com-
'started out with a very in- munity gateways" to indicate
depth process to learn how when you are transitioning
the citizens envision their into a new area or village.
community going forward. There is an area that talks
Planner Kathy Ebaugh led philosophically of "maxidmiz-
the sessions along with Ven- ing land use and infrastruc-
ice ,Planning Commission ture capacity and fostering
Chair John Osmulski. They compact forms of develop-
walked people through all of ment." That seems to be very
the very wide variety of sub- fancy language to indicate
jects that needed to be cov- increased density. Those who
wered. e c read the document carefully
They looked at the envi- will see a lot of references to
ronment, transportation, arc- more height and density both
hitectural styles, compatibili- on and off the island.
ty and a whole lot more in That's strange, as this was
sessioris atplaces such as the not one of the things the En-
Salvation Army. At the end of vision Venice process came
each of those sessions the up with I mean never.
spokesperson of each break- Yes, the groups often
out group reported what the referred to John Nolen's origi-
group came up with. nal city design and how that is
Most of the people -who what they wanted. The plan-
were at, these evens came Iners have often interpreted
away with a fairly consistent that to mean high density in
feeling the community want- the center of an area.
ed more of what it has. But the public wanted
All of this was to help the what John Nolen developed,
planning department shape not a modern adaptation that
the future. Crtaf1nly la red-. creases density. That seems
ing the opmeak pa& Fti. be where the difference of
document you ctan se iy' opinion lies even among the
of the key phrases that people city council candidates.
used. Of course, you also see I do remember the leaders
planning speak phrases of one of the sessions telling
like "view shields," accessory
dwelling units" and "gate- Please see VEDDER, 9A


LETTERS FROM OUR READERS



Shut .up- and do something


Editor:
We the working class are overburdened with the cost of liv-
ing. Everything has gone up so much that those of us who have
chosen to stay here are struggling and doing without.
I moved to Florida in 1984 and I am embarrassed to say I still
live here. So many people are leaving. I pray that one day I, too,
will be able to leave. All this state has going for it now is the
weather.
There are so manyways to get money for your budgets other
than taxing the poverty-stricken working class. We carry all the
burden, and between the local, state and federal governments,
we are out of money, out of hope and running out of time.
All I hear is "doesn't anyone care anymore?" I don't think
anyone has cared f6r a very long time.
I was hoping this administration would stop the madness
but all I see is more rhetoric, poverty, broken promises, hopes
and dreams bankrupted, and people just hoping their homes
will sell so they can get the heck out of here. I know way too
many people who have walked into the banks, given them the
keys to their dream and left the state.
We keep hearing things are being worked on, are going to
get better, etc. We are all tired of hearing this and would really
appreciate someone actually doing something for a change.
Get the insurance and property tax costs down, get some
money into this state, stop the price gouging and stop new
home overdevelopment (the underdeveloped roads and high-
ways can't take anymore).
Stop bickering and get something done.
Pat Caperton
Venice


Looking for
wisdom, integrity
Editor:
Let's hope it is not too late
to "get back on track," as sug-
gested in your Sunday editor-
ial, and reject negative elec-
tion campaigning.
Venice is a jewel it was
recently featured in U.S. News
& World Report as one of the
10 best retirement locations
in the United States. Its long-


term policy of controlled
growth has, thus far, enabled
it to successfully retain its
small-town environment while
accommodating a growing
population and an expanding
business community.
The critical development
issues confronting Venice
today make it imperative that
its prudent policy of con-
trolled growth be continued.
The new city council will have


to resolve these issues with.
wisdom, independence and
integrity.
Bob Burnham
Venice

Plenty of ways to save
Editor:
My wife at times volun-
teers at the library chaos.
The penny tax is not being
used. A con job.
Roads use the. gasoline
tax; that's why there is a gas
tax.
Parks where are they?
Sidewalks who walks? I
drive the island at times and
see no one walking.
Schools use the real
estate tax; that's what it's for.
Schools are a failure. Every
high school has a deputy
assigned during school hours.
Reduce taxes and elimi-
nate half of government.
Police yes. Volunteer fire
station. EMTs yes.
Who pays for Grove Ter-
race? A joke.
Anthony Cibello
Venice

New reader
has some ideas
Editor:
I love the Gondolier Sun. It
is a great newspaper with all
the news about the Venice
area. But would it not be nice
to have a map of the sky for
each month telling where the


stars and planets are that we
can see in our Venice sky?
I also enjoy the humorous
writers nice to have a laugh
with all the un-nice things we
have to deal with.
Why does the TV book list
poker under sports? Everyone
knows it's gambling. Is this a
good influence for our kids?
And the TV book does not list
tennis on its sports page.
There must some tennis
matches in Florida.
Barbara Lee
Venice

Shufflers can't
let it slide
Editor:
I do not wish to enter into a
discussion of whether Jim
Clinch is "nuts." I do, however,
wish to take issue with his
suggestion that shuffleboard
attracts those he describes
gratuitously as "angry, mis-
guided, atavistic, over-med-
icated, illogical and uni-
formed citizens."
It is true that shuffleboard
may attract an older popula-
tion. It is a game that is not
physically demanding so that
people of all ages, even those
with disabilities, are able to
continue playing longer into
their lives.
Shufflers use and support
all of the wonderful amenities
that Mr. Clinch describes:
stores, restaurants, theaters,

Please see LETTERS, 9A
I'


qLET'S SEE... ROBBERY, ^
I ASSAULT AND DRUG DEALING
WHAT ARE YOU HERE FOR?








SUN NEWSPAPERS 9A


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Will t take villages to raise Venice?


BY GREG SHANIKA
GUEST COLUMNIST


A very important docu-
ment that could significantly
change Venice for the better
or for the worse, depending
upon your point of view, is
awaiting city council approv-
al Nov. 15.
The city's comprehensive
plan is the culmination of two
years' work by the Venice
Planning Department staff
under the direction of the city
rhanager that began in early
2005 with the Envision Venice,
'process. Once adopted by
council, it will establish stan-
dards and criteria for future
zoning, land use regulations,
building and community de-
sign and architectural charac-
ter of Venice.
Those who participated in
Envision Venice process may


be disappointed by some
objectives and policy state-
ments in the plan; and they
may be pleased to see other
objectives .they believe to be
important.
For example, a major-poli-
cy statement at the very
beginning of the plan calls for
"Compact Development Pat-
terns" to: "increase residential
density and non-residential
intensity in the urban core";
"promote mixed-use devel-
opments"; and "reduce build-
ing set-back lines." Another
*dpolicy.statement- urges. pro-
motion of a positive commu-
nity image and development
of a quality sense of place
reminiscent of the original
John Nolen plan.
The entire plan deserves
careful and thoughtful review
by city council and interested
public.


I believe every person who
cares about the future of
Venice should have at least a
rudimentary understanding
of what is included in the
comp plan and should have
an opportunity to express
their views on the plan before
city council adopts it.
It is important to under-
stand, however, that this plan
- in fact, any plan does
not have an effect until some-
one initiates action that trig-
gers one or more of the objec-
tives, standards or criteria
contained in it.
That someone could be
the city government, a prop-
erty owner or a developer.
For example, new building
height standards will be ap-
plied to an existing building
only when that building is
replaced or significantly ren-
ovated. New or revised zoning


regulations derived from
standards and criteria con-
tained in the plan will be
applied, only when someone
initiates a request for zoning
change.
The comprehensive plan is
a blueprint for change and
not a mandate for change.
The following is strictly my
review and my comments on
the Future Land Use and
Development component of
the plan. If I make any errors
or omissions, I apologize to
the Venice planning staff aiid
I hope they will gently correct
my mistakes. I believe the
staff did a terrific job prepar-
ing a very cohesive and vis-
ionary document.
This plan is significantly
different from the compre-
hensive plan adopted in 1999.
This plan includes very spe-
cific standards for building
height, density and intensity
of land use. It also contains
criteria for the design and
redevelopment of "villages"
within the city and architec-


tural design criteria for new
and renovated buildings.
Because zoning and land
use regulations are derived
from, and must be consistent'
with, the adopted comp plan,
these standards and criteria
will automatically become
part of new zoning codes and
land use regulations when the
plan is adopted by city coun-
cil.,
This plan has teeth.
The planning staff and city
manager created 14 artificial
villages, nine of which are in
areas of the city they believe
need "infill redevelopment."
These nine villages, shown on
comp plan map 1.9 accompa-
nying this article, are: A, The
Esplanade; B, Heritage -Park;
C, Golden Beach; D, North
Airport Neighborhood; E, Ve-
netian Urban; F, Island Pro-
fessional; G, City Centre; H,
Seaboard; and I, Bird Bay.
They also created five arti-
ficial villages for which they
recommend standards and
criteria for "future growth and


development." These five vil-
lages, shown separately on
map. 1.9(b) from the comp
plan, are: J, 'East Venice; Ave-
nue Gateway; K, Jacararida
Bridges; M, Knights Trail; arid
N, Gene Green.
It is important to know that
these villages are fictitious
names assigned to geograph-
ic areas ofVenice, and bear no
resemblance to neighbor-
hoods that traditionally have
the same or similar name.
For example, the "Golden
Beach Village" includes only
that part of the Golden Beath
traditional neighborhood
which is West of Golden
Beach Boulevard.
In my next guest column I
will review the planning sce-
nario, building design' stan-
dards' and criteria staff: pro-
poses for each village.


Longtime Venice resident'
Greg Shanika is a former "-
member of the city's pidnning
commission.


Lhi I I h. from Page 8A


beaches, YMCA, festivals, art
shows and high school sports
programs. We contribute con-
siderably to the local econo-
my not only in the winter.
We have among our mem-
bers engineers, lawyers, teach-
ers, professional and business
people, media personnel and
consultants. I would say such a
group compares very favorably
with Mr. Clinch's friends.
At the Venice Shuffleboard
Club we warmly welcome
players of all ages and levels,
new as well as experienced.
And I believe that we do it
with more gentleness and
compassion, and less insult of
others, than Mr. Clinch seems
to in his article.
Perhaps if he will visit us
one day, he will discover that
shufflers too are intelligent
and educated and kind.

Ermina Hahn
Venice Shuffleboard Club member

Joseph Kent
President
Venice Shuffleboard Club

There's just
so much room
Editor:
This is in response to the
anonymous critics of St.
Francis Animal Rescue of
Venice Inc.
St. Francis is a no-kill shel-
ter. This means that we care
for our residents for life -
possibly 15 years. Because of
this, there are limitations.
Just as only so many chil-
dren can be properly taught
in a classroom and only so
many people can be properly
treated in a nursing home, so


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too can only so many cats be
cared for in a healthy and
low-stress environment at St.
Francis.
At this time there are 224
cats in our shelter. Of these,
150 are permanent residents
due to physical or psycholog-
ical problems. The others are
friendly, adoptable cats and
kittens waiting for a forever
home. We are not limited by
our desire'to accept all cats
but by the size of our shelter.
The care of the animals at
St. Francis rests on the shoul-
ders of staff made up of 95
percent volunteers. These
people make sure that every-


one is loved and cared for 365
days a year.
Our goal at St. Francis is to
accept homeless and aban-
doned cats and kittens and
give them the chance for a
good life. Once in our care,
they are never sent to other
shelters or adopted to per-
sons unable to care for them.
Perhaps those people with
time to criticize our work
would make better use of
their time educating the pub-
lic on responsible, animal
care..

Dixie Lott
SFAR volunteer


No deposit, no return
Editor:
I do not understand why,
when retirees come to Venice,
the first thing they seem to
purchase is not one, but two
dogs. I realize that perhaps,
now that the family is all raised
and the house is empty, the
pets will fill the gap and, better
yet, caring for the animals will
be something to keep them
busy in retirement.
However, I cannot under-
stand why these pet owners
do not allow their pets to
"deposit" on their own prop-
erty, but allow it to happen on
the neighbor's lawn. It is a fact
that once a dog "waters" on a
lawn, every other dog in the
area will do the same on the
same spot.
I cannot\understand why,
after raising kids and chang-

MISSION STATEMENT


ing diapers for years, these
same people really enjoy
picking up doggie doo.
I cannot understand why
most pet owners think you
like it when their animal licks
your leg or does its sniffing
thing.
I cannot understand why
when these people pick up
the stuff, they think it's OK to
deposit it in a commercial
dumpster or builder's trash-
container; or as I have seen
one person do, in the AC
enclosure adjacent to the
neighbor's side door.
I cannot understand why
this bothers me to the extent
that I have to put it in print.
Maybe I should just buy a dog
and do as others do.

Malcolm Whitaker
Venice
I ,


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VEDDER from" Page 8A,
the audience that density w
important and giving us'rea-
sons. The crowd was disap-
pointed at the time that those
who were supposed to be im-
partial were trying to change
the attitudes of the audience.
There is a very tight win-
dow for the city to get input
from the citizens and then
make any changes it feels are
necessary before a December
deadline. I can say, if the cur-
rent election is any barome-
ter, there is a huge group of
people that will not like the
substantial number of places
where this document calls for
increased density.
I hope that the administra-
tion and planners listen better
than they did in this docu-
ment.
I will try to wade through
the entire 175 pages and give
you some specifics abQut
some of the villages that will
surprise you.

Bumper sticker: Very fun-
ny, Scotty; now beam down
my clothes.
RobertA Vedder writes a.
twice-weekly column in this
paper


hesitate to expect the best.


9CRBORCHASES

of Venice
ASSISTED LIVING COMMUNITY


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10A SOUTH COUNTY RECORD
SUNDAY
OCT. 28, 2007


I Morgage0oreclsure Oc.61-19


Sarasota County, Tammi House settle suit


* Wachovia Mortgage v.
Nathan Flamion, GTE
Federal Credit Union, et al.
* US Bank National
Association v. Kevin Whiting,
Bobbie Jo Whiting, et al.
* US Bank National
Association v. John T.
Campbell, et al.
* Deutsche Bank National
Trust v. Donna A. Greco, et al.
* Deutsche Bank National
Trust v. Gregory Henady,
Theresa Henady, et al.
* SunTrust Mortgage v.
Kenneth Nelson, Virginia
Nelson, et al.
* HSBC Mortgage Services v.
Danay G. Ponce, Mario J. M.
Jerez, et al.
* The Bank of NewYork v.
George Hamrick, Diane B.
Hamrick, et al.
* HSBC Bank v. Glendys S.
Vargas, Rentas L. A. Vargas, et
al.
* Community Bank of
Manatee v. Hallsey
Enterprises, John R. Hall,
Michael 0. Kane, et al.
* U.S. Bank National .
Association v. Michael
Cardella, Valeria Cardella,
Aurora Loan Services, et al.
* Bank of NewYork v. Juan
Carlos C. Camacho, et al.
* U.S. Bank National
Association v. Jack R. Butsch,
et al.


* Donna C. Kirk v. Anthony A,
Kirk
* Kevin White v, Julle White
* loulia Natalenko v. Yevgenly


* U.S. Bank National
Association v. Linda L. Butler,
et al.
* HSBC Bank v. Jeffrey
Shipps, Carole Shipps, et al.
* Deutsche Bank Trust
Company v. BangaliToure,
Rozila R. Toure, et al.
* HSBC Bank v. Vyacheslav
Kiosak, Olga Kiosak, et al.
* HSBC Bank v. Philip A.
Sampiere, Michelle
Sampiere, et al.
* Colonial Bank v. Colleen L.
Verlaan, Derrek I. G. Verlaan
* Deutsche Bank National
Trust v. Matthew R.
Vanlanduyt, Carla D.
Vanlanduyt, et al.
* Mid-First Bank v.
Christopher L. Marchand,
Heather Marchand, et al.
* Bank of NewYork v.
Norman H. Gordon,
Nickeba-Graham Gordon, et
al.
* Community National Bank
of Sarasota County v. Alisha
James, Alan James, et al.
* Wells Fargo Bank v. Patricia
L. Rhinesmith, Michael
Rhinesmith, et al.
* Bank of NewYork v. Brian
Dagg, Amanda Dagg, et al.
* LaSalle Bank v. Svetlana
Pashkevich, Pavel
Selyuzhitskiy, et al.
* PHH Mortgage v. Bernardo
Carlos, Mildred A. Carlos, et


Natidendo
*Pent-mrlThomkoew v. Dnimiel
E, Kvttitoff
*Patrick Mc(',tw V, muiIe Ross


al.
* U.S. Bank National
Association v. Jonathan
Siegel, et al.
e Wells Fargo Bank v. Robert
O'Toole, et al.
* PHH Mortgage Corporation
v. Joseph T. Burkett,
Constance M. Burkett, et al.
* Wells Fargo Bank v. Kyra L.
Johnson, T.J. Johnson, et al.
* U.S. Bank National
Association v. Scott R. Jarvis,
et al.
* Deutsche Bank National
Trust v. Lawrence
Plamondon, May
Plamondon, et al.
* Deutsche Banik National
Trust v. Martha Muniz, et al.
* American Home Mortgage
Servicing v. Alexandria
Spencer, et al.
* Deutsche Bank National
Trust c. Donald G. Beam, et
al.
*Wells Fargo Bank v. Lisa
Olazabal-Chapman, Richard
E. Chapman, et al.
* Suntrust Bank v. George J.
Lane, Honey Lane, et al.
* World Savings Bank v.
Elkins LLC, et al.
* Deutsche Bank National
Trust v. Louethel Atkins, et al;
* Cemex Construction
Materials v. John Perry, Clara
Perry, et al.


I m l lisO t 5 -19


* Joel P Lerie v. John McEroe:
between $2,501.01 and
$5,000.
* Discover Bank v. Gerard H.
Giove: between $2,501.01
and $5,000.
* Discover Bank v. Christine
M. Walder: between
$2,501.01 and $5,000.
* Asset Acceptance v. James
A. Hutchinson: between
$500.01 and $2,500.
* Coastal Chemical & Paper
Supply v. Reardon Ventures:
between $500.01 and $2,500.
* Discover Bank v. Wayne
Peterson: between $2,501.01
and $5,000.
* Discover Bank v. R. W.
Brown: between $2,501.01,
and $5,000.
* Discover Bank v. Cynthia E.
Anderson: between $2,501.01
and $5,000.
* CitiBank v. Martin W.
Samuda: between $2,501.01
and $5,000.
* Capital One Bank v. Marcie
Bryant: between $500.01 and
$2,500.
* Asset Acceptance v. Patsy A.
Ainsworth: between $500.01
and $2,500.
* Asset Acceptance v. Joyce
DeMaio: between $500.01
and $2,500.
* Liberty Point Corporation v.
Jacob Elizy. between $500.01
and $2,500.
* Capital One Bank v.
Theodore J. DeMarco:
between $500.01 and $2,500.
* Capital One Bank v. Andrea
Magda: between $500.01 and
$2,500.
* Capital One Bank v. Amb er
Stagg: between $500.01 and
$2,500.
* Dell Financial Services v.
SharonWilson: between
$500.01 and $2,500.
* Capital One Bank v. Jessica
Linderman: between $500.01
and $2,500.
* North Star Capital
Acquisition v. Dezirae J.
Rogers: between $500.01 and
$2,500.


* Arrow Financial Services v.
James A. Mazy: between
$500.01 to $2,500.
* Cach v. Donna M. Allaire:
between $500.01 and $2,500.
* Community National Bank
v. Allison Langley: between
$500.01 and $2,500.
* Community National Bank
v. Anne M. Schriber: between
$500.01 and $2,500.
* Community National Bank
v. Ashlie N. K. Eagles:
between $2,501.01 and
$5,000.
*Worldwide Asset -
Purchasing v. Jane Beudry:
between $2,501.01 and
$5,000.
* Worldwide Asset
Purchasing v. Raymond
DePoux: between $500.01
and $2,500. ,
* Carmel Financial
Corporation v. Scott C.
Delaney and Evelyn S.
Delaney: between $2,501.01
and $5,000.
* Asset Acceptance v. Terry A.
McDonald: between $500.01
and $2,500.
* Asset Acceptance v. Shawn
A. McKeough: between
$500.01 and $2,500.
* Asset Acceptance v. Tyler M.
Zebkar: between $500.01 and
$2,500.
* Palisades Collection v. John
Ranew: between $500.01 and
$2,500.
* Asset Acceptance v. Marilyn
- Jones: between $2,501.01 and
$5,000.
* Asset Acceptance v. Nyomi
Hanesack: between $500.01
and $2,500.
* Asset Acceptance v. Radojk
Bojic: between $500.01 and
$2,500.
* Asset Acceptance v. Ricardo
Rosas: between $500.01 and
' $2,500.
* Asset Acceptance v. Roger L.
Black: between $2,501.01 and
$5,000.
* Asset Acceptance v.
Marianne Koestner: between
$500.01 and $2,500.


* Asset Acceptance v. Corey
E. Mindel: between $500.01
and $2,500.
* Asset Acceptance v. Jessie
Alvardo: between $500,01
and $2,500.
* Asset Acceptance v. Marty
S. Frysinger: $500.01 and
$2,500.
* Asset Acceptance v.
Julianne Minnear: $500.01
and $2,500.
* Asset Acceptance v. Thomas
W Corrigan: $500.01 and.
$2,500.
* Asset Acceptance v. Bernice
M. Cortez: $500.01 and
$2,500.
* Asset Acceptance v.
Ermitania Morales: $500.01
and $2,500.
* Asset Acceptance v. Terry L.
Ervans: $500.01 and $2,500.
* State Farm Florida c.
Comfort Enclosures:
between $2,501.01 and
$5,000.
* North Port Crane v. Ayala
Carpentry: between
$2,501.01 and $5,000.
* Asset Acceptance v, Jodi
Antmann: between $2,501.01
and $5,000.
* Capital One Bank v. Jennifer
Thorp: between $500.01 and
$2,500.
* GE Money Bank v. John
Colone: between $2,501.01
and $5,000.
* Capital One Bank v.
Brandon S. Fay: between
$500.01 and $2,500.
* Aaron Financial Services v.
Hazel Bradley and Craig
Bradley: between $2,501.01
and $5,000.
* Capital One Bank v.
Rebecca Ruff: between
$500.01 and $2,500.
* RJM Acquisitions v. Rebecca
Jackson: between $500.01
and $2,500.
* Elite Recovery Services v.
John Rehak: between $500.01
and $2,500.
* Palisades Collection v. Jane
Frederick: between $500.01
and $2,500.


I Marriage-sOc. 1-1S


* JeffereyW. Freed and Molly
A. Johnson
* Larry L. Cox and Linda K.
Bair
* Lesley D. Harris and Nan C.
Walsh
* Nicholas E Kalil and
Josephine L. Mayo
* Andrew T. Gammill and
Sandra L. Oliver


* Walter W. Kirwin and
Dorothy P Huey
* Richard D. Crosby and
Mary J. Becker
* Gerald D. Williams and
Susan M. Lemley
* Robert M. Meckly and
I IJleithTr D. 1ilorl
* Clii lW"1 A. Sawyers and
Br-II A, Reed


* Andrew T. Fee and Jodi L.
Brosky
* Mark A. Wilhelm and
Monica H. Nagyidai
* Scott J. Lake and Kristen N.
Tomain
* John D. Morrison and Mary
E. Burke
* Benjamin J. Lithgo and
Rebeca L. Herold


* Leonard G. Melmed v. Jill E
Melmed


BY GEORGE MCGINN
STAFF WRITER


Sarasota County commis-
sioners unanimously approv-
ed settlements between Sara-
sota County, Tammi House
and the U.S. Department of
Justice at Wednesday's meet-
ing, ending three years of liti-
gation.
Two separate settlements
were drafted one for Tam-
mi House and the other for
the U.S. Department of Jus-
tice.
The settlement should end
contentious, expensive legal
wrangling that began when
Renaissance Manor filed a
federal lawsuit against Sara-
sota County claiming it dis-
criminated against the facili-
ty, which houses people with
mental illness and substance-
abuse problems.
The U.S. Justice Depart-
ment filed a lawsuit under the
Fair Housing Act, charging
Sarasota County with hous-
ing discrimination against
disabled individuals.
The terms
County Attorney Stephen
DeMarsh read over the high-
lights of both settlements to
the commissioners. They in-
clude:
Contributions of $750,000
to Renaissance Manor and
Coastal Recovery, and $10,000
to the United States, in ex-
change for which the county
gets to preserve its zoning
laws.
A requirement the county
follow a specific set of proce-
dures, outlined by the De-
partment of Justice, for deal-
ing with both residential
community housing and rea-
sonable accommodation.
An agreement by Tammi
House, Renaissance Manor


and all future owners that by
Jan. 4, 2008, steps will be
taken to make sure that the
houses on Sevilla Street will
only be used as "sober" hous-
ing for people with disabili-
ties. This also includes those
recovering from substance
abuse.
Renaissance Manor's
agreement to move its offices
from the Sevilla Street homes.
An agreement that the
collection of houses known as
the Tammi House will cease
all current operations. Each
house will be independent
from one another, and will be
used for residential purposes
only.
A restriction on Refiais-
sance and Coastal expanding
or adding other sober hous-
ing to the existing Sevilla
Street houses. They are also
forbidden to use the clustered
house model and expand it to
other sites in Sarasota Coun-
ty.
A requirement that the
county update its written pro-
cedures for receiving and pro-
cessing requests for reason-
able accommodation as it
relates to its zoning, planning
and the Fair Housing Act.
Regrets
"Our internal procedure
was not well-defined," said
Assistant County Admin-
istrator Susan Scott. "(W)e
never encountered any resi-
dential community housing
until Renaissance Manor de-
cided to develop."
"The only regret is that we
spent $3 million on this,"
County Commissioner Jon
Thaxton said. "Everyone
shares this burden. The De-
partment of Justice for jump-
ing in. The plaintiffs, for deal-
ing in the manner they did.
And the county."


Thaxton said he'd rather
have seen the $3 million go
toward the people who need
treatment.
The county will have to
pass a budget adjustment to
allocate the $760,000 it must
pay out.
Washington-based attor-
ney Steven Polin, who repre-
sented the Tammi House,
Renaissance Manor and
Coastal Recovery, said this
case was one of the most ex-
pensive group home lawsuits
brought under the Fair
Housing Act.
"I think the settlement is
good for all parties," Polin
said. "The most important
thing about the settlement is
it protected the housing
rights of the residents."
Polin said the houses get to
stay, and the residents do not
have to worry about being
removed from their homes.
Not final
The agreement requires
regular reports to the county,
,so it can verify that all resi-
dents have entered into, at
least, month-to-month leas-
es, and that any house that is
occupied by more than four
unrelated people houses peo-
ple with disabilities as de-
fined by the Fair Housing Act.
Residents of each house
may elect a house manager,
and Renaissance may train
the house, manager in life
skills and case management
services, for example. How-
ever, training must be done
off-site and the house man-
agers may not become agents
or employees of Renaissance.
The settlement will be-
come final after it is approved
by U.S..District Judge James
Whittemore.

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County Calendar
Board Community Alliance Developmental Disabilities
Strategic Planning Work Group- Oct. 29, 1 p.m.
Conference Room 2063, Sarasota County Health
Department, 2200 Ringling Blvd., Sarasota
Call 941-861-2877
Mechanical Contractors Licensing & Examining Board
Nov. 1, 3 p.m., Planning & Development Services, Bldg A
Second Floor Conference Room A, 1301 Cattlemen Road
Sarasota. Call 941-861-6126
Osprey Revitalization Committee (ORC) Oct. 29
6:30 p.m., Ramada Inn in Osprey, 1660 S Tamiami Trail
Osprey Call 941-861-5140
Planning Commission Public Hearing Nov. 1, 6:30 p.m.
Commission Chamber, Administration Center
1660 Ringling Blvd., Sarasota. Call 941-861-5153
Planning and Outcomes Work Group of the Community
Alliance of Sarasota County Nov. 2, 2 p.m.
Room 2063 Sarasota County Health Department
2200 Ringling Blvd. Sarasota. Call 941-861-2563
Sarasota Tree Advisory Council Executive Meeting
Nov. 1, 9 a.m., Barnes & Noble Coffee Shop
4010 Tamiami Trail, Sarasota. Call 941-861-0844
Sehiors Advisory Council Meeting Nov. 1, 3 p.m.
First Floor Conference Room, The Center for Healthy Aging
The Campus of Senior Friendship Centers, Inc.
1900 Brother Geenen Way, Sarasota. Call 941-861-2564
Water and Sewer Advisory Committee Meeting Nov. 1
9 a.m., 1001 Sarasota Center Blvd., Sarasota
Conference Room 8, Sarasota. Call 941- 861-0507

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. 24,2007
Advisory Board: Citizen's Oversight Committee for Public
School Facility Planning
Information: Tate Taylor, Principal Planner, Planning
Services, 941-861-5140
APPLICATION CLOSING DATE: Nov. 9,2007
Advisory Board: Community 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: 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
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Advisory Board: Keep Sarasota County Beautiful Advisory
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Information:. Environmental Services, Sandra Washington
941-861-6733
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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

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in its arsenal on Thursday, Nov. 1, with a day-long
look at its geographic information system, also known
as GIS. From 9:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m., Phillippi Estate
Park, 5500 S. Tamiami Trail, Sarasota, will become
a living laboratory of rooms featuring everything
from how GIS is used to monitor and plan for natural
disasters to live GIS presentations and map displays.
The event free and open to the public.

For more information about how Sarasota County
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Eli J. Agsar, 2416 Bartek
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Chapter 13. 07-09613.


Theodore DeMarco, 4258
Appleton Terrace, North Port.
Oct. 16. Chapter 13.07-09747.
Duncan Evener, 854
Cumberland Road, Venice.
Oct. 15. Chapter 13. 07-09683.
John J. Sprague, 1268
Wood Rose Ave., North Port.
Oct. 12. Chapter 13. 07-09593.


Joseph T. Burkett, 1211
Capri Isles Blvd. #8, Venice.
Oct. 15. Chapter 7. 07-09659.
Rachelle Chesnia, 5832
Cleveland Road, Venice. Oct.
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Gregory Mark Garrett,
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Kim Grannan, 1966


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Oct. 14. Chapter 7. 07-09639.
Tracy Lynn Leppi, 8544 La
BocaAve., North Port. Oct. 16.
Chapter 7. 07-09748.


CHARLOTTE COUNTY ,
William C. Mamalis, 5105
Rilke Lane, Port Charlotte.
Oct. 14. Chapter 13. 07-
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(941) 207-1107
tmiller@venicegondolier.com


12A
SUNDAY-
OCT. 28,2007


Venice blows past Hurricanes, takes district title


SUN PHOTO BY JEFF TAVARES, jtavares@venicegondolier.com
Gerry Hunek goes up high for the reception and VHS' second touch-
down of the game in first half action.


BY TRIPP MILLER
SPORTS EDITOR


The Manatee High School
Hurricanes were downgraded
to a tropical depression Fri-
day night at the hands of the
Venice High School Indians.
The Venice defense did not
allow a single point all night at


the Indians (6-2, 4-0) cruised
to a 21-7 win over Manatee (8-
1, 3-1). With the victory,
Venice clinched the Class 5A,
District 11 championship.
"Coach Shannon put to-
gether a great defensive game
plan and the kids did a good
job preparing for this team,"
Venice Head Coach John Pea-


cock said. "That's our gc
every night is to not let ti
other team score."
On offense, it wasn't
magnificent night for Veni
but it was
good en-
ough. The In-
dians gained
just 201 yards
of total off-
ense on the
evening.
Sophomore
quarterback
Trey Burton
completed ,
just two
passes for 45
yards, but
one of them
was a 36-yard
bomb to senior wideo
Gerry Hunek. Burton als
ran the ball 16 times for 1i
yards and
another
score. Individu
The In- RUSHING
dians set the 14-44, Cos
tone of the Burton (VH
game early Archer (VI-
when junior (VHS) 1-3;
DreArcherre- Carnes (M
turned a punt Chircharo
80 yards for a Sanders 2
touchdown (MHS) 4-0
early in the 0, Williams
first quarter. (MHS) 1--
Manatee was PASSIN
never able to 8-45 TD; C
recover from 99 INT, Bla
that initial
blow and
had trouble putting anythih
together on offense.
Sophomore quarterback
Brion Carnes was just seven
of 24 for 94 yards and a
interception. The Hurrican


mustered just 53 rushing
yards on 18 carries.
"We worked hard all week
and the kids bought into our
game plan and they excecut-


Game Stats
Venice 21, Manantee 7
At Manatee
Venice 7,
Manatee 0


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


Venice
6
37-165
45
201
2-8-0
3-1


ed and just dominated," De-
fensive Coordinator Larry
Shannon said. "We knew we


al statistics
NG: Laurie (VHS)
stanzo (VHS) 5-10,
IS) 16-102 TD,
S) 1-6, Reinart
Axon (MHS) 12-44,
HS) 10--1,
(MHS) 1-13,
-11; Wilkerson
, Williams (MHS) 4-
p (MHS) 2-6, Blakely
1.
IG: Burton (VHS) 2-
;ames (MHS) 7-24-
ikely (MHS) 2-2-46.


defensive back Johnny En-
risma and taken the distance.
But the Indians didn't let the
potential comeback come to
fruition. The Venice defense


7 7
0 7


- 2


Manatee
8
18-53
145
197
9-26-1
1-1


kept the clamps on and all-
owed Manatee just two first
downs before a pair of "ex-


RECEIVING: Hunek (VHS)
2-45 TDZAxon (MHS) 3-48,
N Burney (MHS) 1-0, Conley
(MHS) 1-5, Bennett (MHS) 2-
31, Sanders (MHS) 1-19.
FIRST QUARTER
VHS Dre Archer 80-yard
punt return (Edward Delehanty
kick), 5:36
SECOND QUARTER
VHS Gerry Hunek 36-yard
reception from Trey Burton
(Delehanty kick), 8:48
THIRD QUARTER
VHS Burton 21-yard run


could and I'm just so proud of
them and this coaching staff.
District champs."
The only Manatee score
came on a Venice fumble that
was picked up by junior


(Delehanty kick),
MHS Johnny En
yard fumble recov
(Alex Torres kick),
Records:
Venice 6-2 (4-0 C
District 11). Mana
Class 5A, District
Next games:
North Port at Veni
7:30 p.m., Manate
Lakewood Ranch
7:30 p.m.


cuse me" passes by Hurricane
backup quarterback Mike
Blakely at the end of the
game.
The fourth quarter did
seem to drag on forever, th-


ough, as Manatee had plenty
of opportunities to pull off
a similar comeback to the one
Boston College had the night
before over Virginia Tech.
"I have never
been in such
a long fourth
quarter in my
life," Peacock
!1 said. "But the
7 kids fought
through it
and got the
job done."
With the win,
Venice is a
lock for the
district title.
Even if they
lose to Nor-
th Port High
School next week, the In-
dians will only have one dis-
trict loss and the head-to-
head tie-
breaker over
7:32 oManatee if the
risma34 Hurricanes
'ery return beat Lakn
,3:5 wood Ranch
3:53 High School
next week. If
lass 5A, the Hurr-
tee 8lass1 (3-15A, icanes lose to
8-13-1 Lakewood
11) Ranch, Venice
will hold the
ice on Friday, head-to-head
ee o tiebreaker
eon Friday, at over the Mus-
Son Friday, tangs as well.
"I've been
saying all year
long this is for the seniors and
they deserve it," Peacock said.
"They've worked hard all year
long and they deserve every-
thing they got tonight."
tmiller@venicegondolier.com


Swifter, Higher, Stronger: Venice volleyball in the postseason


BY TRIPP MILLER
SPORTS EDITOR


PF Flyers may be guaran-
teed to make you run faster
and jump higher, but the
Venice High School volleyball
team knows it takes a lot
more than a nice pair of
sneakers to live above the net.
That's where the Class 5A,
District 12-champion Indians
have been hanging out all
season, and it's no accident.
Their strength and condition-
ing program started all the
way back in January when
Strength and Conditioning
Coach Vern Gambetta joined
Head Coach Brian Wheatley's
staff.
Gambetta has worked with
the New York Mets, the
Chicago White Sox, the
Cincinnati Reds, the San
Francisco Forty Niners and
the Kansas City Chiefs. He has
also worked with professional
soccer teams such as the
Tampa Bay Mutiny, the New
England Revolution and the
Chicago Fire. He was the con-
ditioning coach for the 1998
men's World Cup soccer team.
Gambetta came to
Sarasota while working with
the White Sox, who used to
hold spring training there.
With kids in school at
Sarasota High School and
Pineview Middle School, he
got involved in prep sports on
the sun coast.
"I had watchedVenice [vol-


leyball] over the years,"
Gambetta said. "I was always
impressed with Brian as a
coach, and it was fun to
watch his teams play."
Through Venice Assistant
Coach Gary Halbert, who he
worked with previously in
Sarasota, Gambetta joined
the Venice staff on one condi-
tion. He needed a 10-month
commitment from the coach-
es and players.
"I don't do anything quick
fix for six weeks or just work-
ing offseason," he said.'
He got his commitment,
and the team went to work.
Gambetta's program for
Venice volleyball is composed
of eight phases of about six
weeks each. The first phase is
called foundation one, where
the focus is laying a founda-
tion of strength to build upon.
The second phase is called
foundation two, where the
theme is strengthening the
foundation. The third phase
is adaptation, where the team
worked on adapting their
new strength to become
explosive on the volleyball
court. In the fourth phase, the
focus shifted to jump
improvement.
"The best part about it is
that [Gambetta] makes it a lot
of fun and the kids enjoy it,"
Wheatley said. "They can see
results. The first time we had
jump testing in February after
starting in January is really
when they bought into what


he was doing because all their
verticals went up three or four
inches. It was an amazing
day."
From Jan. 8 to April 18, out-
side hitter Casey Taylor's
approach jump went from 8-
feet-10 1/2-inches to 9-feet-
5-inches, a 6 1/2-inch
.improvement. Kaylee Ream's
approach jump improved by
4 inches and Wheatley said
she is probably jumping
about 6 inches higher today
from when she started the
program. Even Taylor
Capasso, the shortest player
on the team, improved her
approach jump by 3 1/2 inch-
es.
"I think it's paid off,"
Gambetta said. "They were a
good team anyway but I think
it's given them just a little bit
of an edge and I think it will
give them an even bigger
edge going into the playoffs."
By now Venice is in phase
eight of the program, it's
called championship season.
Now they work with medicine
balls and continue with lad-
der drills to maintain their
strength and agility. When
you practice jumping up to
the net with a six-pound
medicine ball, jumping up
there after a volleyball
becomes effortless.
So far they have been
extremely explosive. In the
regular season the Indians
were 22-3. Six of those match-
es went to five games, and


Venice won five of them
thanks to superior condition-
ing.
'A lot of it is state of mind. I
think Brian has instilled that
in them that if the match goes
to five, we own it," Gambetta
said. "When you put the work
in and you do the physical
preparation, you can call on
that and physical preparation
gives you mental strength."
The regional quarterfinal
game is looming Tuesday at 7
p.m. Venice will look to use
their strength to their advan-
tage.
"Teams need an edge and
it's our edge mentally and
physically," Wheatley said.
If they can force any of
their opponents to five
games, they will likely have
the upper hand.
"I don't think there are very
many volleyball teams in the
country that have put in the
kind of work and the thor-
oughness that they've put in
and that's the thing we really
try to emphasize with them,"
Gambetta said, who is just
happy to be a part of it all.
"To me it's more of a privi-
lege," he said. "I went and
worked with a pro basketball
team for a couple of days and
I couldn't wait to get back to
Venice. It's just a joy to be
around them and to have an
opportunity to contribute to
making them better."

tmiller@venicegondolier.com


SUN PHOTO BY TRIPP MILLER
Venice High School volleyball players reach for the top of the net
with six-pound medicine balls as part of Strength and Conditioning
Coach Vern Gambetta's program.The Indians will host the regional
quarterfinal Tuesday night.


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include badminton, basket-
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or register in person at Twin
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Sarasota during regular busi-
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Center at 941-861-5000 and
ask about the Sarasota Cou-
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Pete Mason golf tourney
The First-Annual Pete Ma-
son Memorial Golf Tourn-
ament will be held Nov. 2 at
the Boca Royale Golf &
Country Club.
Cost is $75 per golfer,
which includes a golfer's gift
bag, a ticket to the awards cel-
ebration and free range balls


for warming up. Holes are
also available for sponsorship
for $100. Hole sponsors will
receive their company logo or
family name on signage at a
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the awards celebration.
Three higher levels of spon-
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For more information, call
Marcia Zeigler at 475-1234.
Free basketball clinic
Boys and girls who want to
improve their basketball skills
have the chance to work with
Venice High School varsity
coaches at a free skills clinic
offered every Sunday from
1-2:30 p.m. at the Venice High
gym.
Girls varsity head coach
Bruce Reichenbach, Jr. and
assistant varsity coach Ann
Ross are conducting the clinic


for boys and girls from fourth
grade through eighth grade.
The clinic focuses on basket-
ball fundamentals including
dribbling, shooting and de-
fensive skills. There is no
charge to attend, and reserva-
tions are not necessary.
Reichenbach has also laun-
ched a website for those inter-
ested in Venice girls and boys
basketball: vhshoops.com. The
site includes practice and game
schedules, team rosters, im-
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SUNDAY, OCT. 28, 2007

Venice High announces High School Heisman winners


FROM ROTARY FUTURES
PROGRAM, VENICE HIGH
SCHOOL

Venice High School stu-
dents Jason Kaufman and Kim
Pinkerton were named School
Winners for the prestigious
Wendy's High School Heis-
man Award. To be eligible for
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achievements of the nation's


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by recognizing well-balanced
lifestyles at an early age.
Kaufman has been a three-
year varsity baseball player
and has been named captain
for the upcoming year. He
was the winning pitcher for
the 2007 state championship
baseball *game and was
named first team all-area and
third team all-state. He has


participated in American Le-
gion and AAU baseball th-
roughout high school. Aca-
demically, he is in the top ten
percent of his class and is a
member of the National Honor
Society. He has donated many
hours helping with the Chall-
enger Baseball for Handi-
capped Youth and Habitat for
Humanity.
Pinkerton has been a three-
year member of the varsity
cross country and basketball
teams and a two-year mem-
ber of the varsity track team.
She was named the most val-
uable runner for the cross
country team in 2006 and is
the team co-captain. She was


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will be invited to participate in
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OBITUARIES


14A SUN NEWSPAPERS


SUNDAY, OCT. 28, 2007


Robert Paul Cornelssen
Robert Paul Cornels-
sen, age 78, of Venice,
Fla., passed away on
Oct. 25, 2007.
He was born in Bal-
timore, Md., on Jan. 29, 1929.
He worked as a sales execu-
tive for General Motors in
Detroit, Mich., and retired in
1991 after 35 years of service.
He moved to Venice four
years ago from Smith Moun-
tain Lake, Va., and St. Peters-
burg, Fla.
He was a member of the
King David Lodge A.E & A.M.
in Taunton, Maine. He was
president of G.M. Retirees
Club of Sarasota County, Jaca-
randa Men's Luncheon Club
of Venice, Nokomis Men's
Breakfast Club and Venice
Presbyterian Church.
He also was a Veteran of
the U.S. Army and served
during the Korean War.
He is survivedbyhis loving
wife of 55 years, Nancy; chil-
dren, Jane Marchant of Tam-
pa, Janice Cornelssen of
Dawsonville, Ga., Robert Cor-
nelssen Jr.. of Flower Mound,
Texas, Cristina Cornelssen of
Finneytown, Ohio, Curtis


Cornelssen of Fairfax, Va. and
a brother, William Cornellsen
of Atlanta, Ga. He also leaves
behind seven grandchildren
and six step-grandchildren.
Services: A memorial ser-
vice will be held Tuesday, Oct.
30, 2007, at 3 p.m. at Venice
Presbyterian Church. Burial
was private for the family at
Venice Memorial Gardens.
Contributions: In lieu of
flowers, memorial donations
may be made to the
American Lung Association,
12734 Kenwood Lane, Suite
25, Fort Myers, FL 33907.
Farley Funeral Home in
Venice is handling the
arrangements. Friends may
visit anytime online at
www.farleyfuneralhome.com
to sign the guest register
book and extend condolences
to the family.
Jacqueline L. Eastes
Jacqueline L. Eastes ofVen-
*ice died Oct. 24,2007. She was
61.
Eastes was born Oct. 19,
1946 in Jeffersonville, Ind.,
and moved to Venice from
Indiana in 1975.
Survivors include her


mother, Catherine Thomas,
of Venice, Fla.; sisters Debbie
and Alison; children Curtis,
Heather and Eric; and six
grandchildren.
Services: A celebration of life
with family members and
close friends will be held
Sunday, Oct. 28, 2007, in
North Port, Fla. Portland
Cremation Center in Portland,
Ore., is in charge of arrange-
ments.
Contributions: Donations or
tributes may be sent to
www.arthritis.org, or call your
local arthritis foundation.
Virginia W. Saunders
Virginia
(Terry) Wag-
ner Saunders,
'- 89, died sud-
rdenly on Sun-
day, Oct. 21,
2007, in Ven-
ice, Fla., of
natural caus-
Saunders es.
Terry was
born in Logan,


W.Va., on June 10, 1918. She
attended Bowling Green
College in Kentucky and
moved to Charleston, W.Va.,
when she was in her 20s. She
married Ernie Saunders in
1948 in Phoenix, Ariz., and
except for a period from 1955
to 1960 when her family lived
in Manchester, N.H., she
resided in Charleston until
1991, when she and Ernie
decided to make Venice, Fla.
their full-time residence.
They originally lived in Bay
Indies, and since 1999, Terry
had been a resident of Sunset
Lake Village (formerly known
as Bon Secours Assisted
Living).
After a long career in West
Virginia state government,
Terry retired in 1980 from the
position of comptroller of the
Department of Mines. She
previously worked for the
Centennial Commission and
the Department of Com-
merce.
She was preceded in death
in 1996 by her husband, Ernie


Saunders, a longtime veteran
sportscaster; and by her
nephew, Larry Sonis in 2007.
She is survived by twin
daughters, Carolyn Saunders
Pearce and husband, Clem, of
Cincinnati, Ohio, and Mar-
olyn Saunders McDonald and
husband, John, of Calgary,
Alberta, Canada. She also
leaves behind twin grand-
sons, James and Robert Mc-
Donald of Calgary; and nieces
Tina Sonis Holmes and Deb-
by Sonis of Charleston.
Terry was well known for
her skill in the game of bridge
and was busy arranging
bridge parties right up until
her death. She was also easy
to spot due to her outfits with
matching knee socks. She was
an active member of Christ
United Methodist Church in
Venice.
Terry was a devoted wife,
mother, grandmother and
aunt who will be deeply
missed. She will be remem-
bered for her quick wit, will-
ingness to listen and zest for


life.
Services: Visitation was held
at the Wilson Funeral Home,
Charleston, W.Va.
(www.wilsonfuneralsandcre-
mations.com), on Friday, Oct.
26, from 6 to 8 p.m., with
interment on Oct. 27. Please
join us for a celebration of
Terry's life at Sunset Lake
Village, 1121 Jacaranda
Blvd., Venice at 10 a.m. on
Monday, Nov. 19.
Contributions: Friends may
make memorial contributions
to Christ United Methodist
Church, 1475 Center Road,
Venice, FL 34292.


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ob Werner retired when he was in his early 50s and
moved to Venice. But he had no intention of sitting
back and watching life from the sidelines. He consid-
ered a couple of options for filling his new-found free
time.
"I thought I could get another job," he said, "or I could invest
my time in volunteer work."
He decided to become a big brother for Big Brothers Big
Sisters of the Sun Coast and also become a puppy raiser for
Southeastern Guide Dogs.
After raising several puppies, Bob and his wife Ruth now
share their home with a retired guide dog named Snoopy.
Snoopy and Ruth are often involved in the activities of big
brother Bob and his little brothers and one sister.
To date, Bob's time and energy investments in BBBS have
made a difference in at least eight young lives over the past 23
years.

Nathaniel
Bob is a big brother to Nathaniel, 11, and Micah, 9. Both
boys are students at Laurel Nokomis School. BBBS doesn't.
make public the last names of little brothers and sisters.


Bob Werner and Micah pause after spending time trying to spot alligators on the opposite bank of Curry Creek at Werner's home in Bay
Indies.


Si.1i) PHCOTCO B, BiROOK' BROWi
Big brother Bob Werner and his little brother Nathaniel discuss the
fish in Werner's fish tank. Helping them with the project is Snoopy,
Werner's retired guide dog.
Tonya, Nathaiiiel's mother,
FUNDRAISER said she sought a big brother
for her son because he was
Diamonds dinner and auc- experiencing some anger
ion Saurday Nov. issues.
ton,6 p.m.S at the Venice Com- "He also was getting a bit of
munity Center. This fund- an attitude," she said. "I felt
raiser benefits Big Brothers this was partly because he
Big Sisters of the Sun doesn't have a close relation-
s.The eventfeatures ship with his dad, even though
Coast. The event features th
cocktails, barbecue dinner, they see one another."
Teias Hold 'em Poker, line Tonya said she wanted to
daingles H sonseme s a ln e find someone for Nathaniel
natrcrvlee Ba ando thck- who would be a good male
Gator Creek Band. For tick- role model for him.
ets call Stephanie Glaser at romoelfh .
488-4009 or e-mail her at a
8 b0 or emeail waheort "It took six to seven months
sglaser@bbbssuh.org. to get Nathaniel a big brother,
but they've been together for
over a year, and Nathaniel has had a complete turnaround in
his attitude," she said.
Bob takes Nathaniel to ball games, swimming and more and
sometimes they shop for fish. They also work around Bob's
house together, sometimes cleaning the fish tank.
"Whatever they do together like cleaning the fish tank,"
Ruth said, "Nath.niel puts himself into."
"Bob told me it was the best cleaning the tank had ever
had," Nathaniel said, with a grin of pride.
."He's a cool kid," Bob said. "He's very receptive, always on
time and he says his prayers before every meal. He even got us
in the habit."


BOB WERNER
Big Brother Bob Werner
was nominated for the 1997
President's Service Award
and received a letter from
former President George
Bush congratulating him on
the nomination and for his
commitment to community
service. Werner also has
congratulatory letters from
former President Bill
Clinton for his service
award nomination and his
nomination for the J.C.
Penney Golden Riule
Award, which Weter won.


Ruth goes out to eat with Bob
and Nathaniel and sometimes
attends baseball games with
them.
Bob and Nathaniel have col-
lected cans that they donated
to Bay Indies, where the Wern-
ers live. Nathaniel is often in
the Wemer home and he loves
driving the golf cart. to the
swimming pools.
Micah
Bob has been a big brother to
Micah since the beginning of
the summer. He was with
Micah when he learned to
swim at the YMCA, but had to
close, his eyes when, Micah
decided to jump off the 30-


footdiving board.'"
"He jumped off, swam back REqU IREMENTS
to the edge and did it again," Reuirements to become
Bob said. An interview
Micah said he likes spend.- A fingerprint check
ing time with Bob because of A driving record check
the many things they do References
together. In the Laurel, Nokomis, No
"We read together, and we there are 94 children waiting 1
went to the circus in Sarasota," number of youth matched in t
Micah said.,"We carved a jack- Bigs are asked to meet wit
o'-lantern, and I took it to how long those sessions are
school." planned.
Micah isn't the first in his Mentor Manager Kathleen
family to benefit from Bob's quality of time spent together,
brotherly influence. He was
big brother to Micah's uncle,
who stays in touch and sometimes helps Bob with odd jobs
around the house.
At one point, Bob and Ruth were matched with another rel-
ative of Micah's named Bonnie.
"She's in the state contest for rope skipping in Connecticut
now," Bob said. "She called and made me promise we would
come to the competition."


a big brother or big sister:


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Big sister Ann Dever and her little sister Leah enjoy a day of fishing
together.


Ruth said their son is living in
the area so they can visit him
at the same time they attend
Bonnie's competition.
BBBS


Mentor Manager for BBBS
h Venice and Osprey areas, Kathleen Glenney said Bob is
be matched to a big. The always looking for things to do
ose areas is 473. with the kids.
their little once a week. but "He wants to increase Mi-
spends on the activity cash's interest in reading so he
takes him to the library and
lenney said it's all about the reads to him when they are
father than the quantity. together," she said.
While Bob has been a big
brother to many, and helped
raise money for the organization, perhaps the best advertise-
ment for BBBS is Nathaniel.
"Bob, is the best thing that ever happened to me in my whole
life," Nathaniel said. 'And Big Brothers Big Sisters is the best
program."
brown@
venicegondolier.com


Big brother Wayne McFarland and his little brother Chris get ready to
spend a day cruising the sky.


PHOTOS COURTESY OF BIG BROTHERS BIG SISTERS OF THE SUN COAST

M 's: .I-M


Big sister Beth Wasson and her little sister Delicia take a break at
GWiz to enjoy some pizza together.


Big brother Rich Lomas and his little brother Dakota enjoy shooting
hoops when they get together.










YOUR TOWN OVER EASY


SUNDAY, OCT. 28, 2007


And now ... The News


from Ecineville


BY TED RANK
STAFF ESCRITOR

Hang on to your sanity,
ladies and gentlemen. It's
time for News from Ecine-
ville.
Game five of the Ecine-
ville High School volleyball
match against Fort Rake-
woods High School that is
being played at the Skeeter
Volleyball Complex in Yerp-
so has been going on for 57
hours and 53 minutes as we
go to press.
"It has been determined
that the current match go-
ing on in the United States
is not only the longest high
school volleyball game
since 1874, when Meridian
began keeping records, it is
also the longest high school
game in any sport," said
Baggy Greenshoulders, vice
president for Meridian Con-
servatory, the world's lead-
ing record-keeping, organi-
zation, located in Sausage-
links, England.
The match began at 7:07
p.m. Wednesday.
The score in the fifth
game, as of this morning at
5 a.m.: EHS 4,074-FRHS
4,075.
Cots were set up behind
the teams' benches 14
hours into the match. The
coaches have set up regular
rotations for play and sleep,
along with meals for their
players.
When the coaches real-


ized this game was going on
and on, they contacted the
State High School Athletic
Association to see if there
was a rule regarding how
long a volleyball game
could go on before being
suspended.
"It just never occurred to
us that a game could go on
this long, so we never made
a rule that covers this situa-
tion," said SHSAA Director
of Rules, Regulations, Time-
outs and Authorized High
School Game Snack Foods
Annie Carbonanny.
The SHSAA did rule that
the game must go to com-
pletion and that if either
team were to stop, it would
be considered a forfeit.
"Unfortunately a forfeit
can occur whether the score
is 24-23 or, in this case,
4,075-4,074," said Carbo-
nanny.
"We have no intention of
giving up until we win this
game, no matter how long it
takes," said 'EHS Head Vol-
leyball Coach Bennie "Cali-
fornia Kid" Cornly.
Beside the obvious con-
cerns for the players, other
concerns are now surfacing
for coaches and officials.
According to school
maintenance officials, the
vapor lights in the gym are
not designed to be on con-
tinuously for this long.
More volleyballs had to
be brought in from other
high schools, as most of the


balls began to deflate.
Eleven of the girls are
now wearing their second
pair of athletic shoes, hav-
ing worn out the first pair.
An enterprising EHS sen-
ior, John Smith, has set up a
Web cam and has been
broadcasting the game live
over his Web site since the
score was tied at 345. Oh,
and if you think that is a
waste of his time, Smith has
signed contracts with Nike,
Wilson Sporting Goods,
SHonda and 33' other com-
panies to advertise on the
site until the game is com-
pleted. Smith told The Sun
the contracts total more
than $1 million.
We'll keep you updated
on the game via our Web
site, qqq.gamesgonewild97
48294736364784.comma.
Oh, there is some good
news regarding the game:
The snack bar long ago ran
out of those delicious rub-
ber hamburgers, the stale
popcorn, the hot dogs that
are harder than my dog's
chew toy. and those won-
derful, tasteless, red-paint-
ed cardboard slabs they call
pizza.
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,
remember, take a nap, we
could be here for awhile in
Ecineville.
trank@venicegondolier.com


FINE WHINES


Here's your card


BY BOB MUDGE
EDITOR

Gulf Coast Community
Foundation ofVenice is spon-
soring an initiative to help us
all become more civil, and I
think it's a great idea.
Hardly a day goes by that I
don't see some jerk behind
the wheel yelling at another
driver, flashing an obscene
gesture ... wait, that's me.
Still, I see a lot of people
around town who clearly
could use a lesson in man-
ners, and the Because It
Matters program is going to
do them a lot of good.
One of the features of the
program is a card to be given
out to anyone caught doing a
good deed. The card alerts the
recipient that he or she is
being recognized for an act of
kindness and offers the
opportunity to' join a blog
about the experience at
becauseitmatters.net.
I have several ofthe cards;


soon I hope to get one from
another person.
It wouldn't be in keeping
with the name of these
columns, however, not to
point out that some people
respond better to negative
reinforcement. (They also
tend not to get ,sarcasm, so
there'd be no point handing a
kindness card to a jerk.)
Since the foundation can't
very well promote civility by
being uncivil, I'll have to take
the job on myself.
Borrowing from the idea of
kindness cards, I'm gong to
have printed something I'll
Call the schmuck card, to be
given to people found annoy-
ing someone me for no
apparent reason.
I could give one, for exam-
ple, to the man who entered a
convenience store right in
front of me recently and didL
n't hold the door open. He
walked all of about 3 feet into
the store and stopped, forcing
me to squeeze past him as he


waited to buy a lotto ticket
Another potential recipi-
ent, on general principles,
would be the woman I saw
make a left turn into a parking
lot exit, bump another car
while making a U-turn (and
not stop), weave between
lanes on 41 after making a
right out of the parking lot,
then stop in the inside lane -
not the turn lane at Miami
Avenue to make a left. (To her
credit, she did have her turn
signal on miraculously,
perhaps, the correct one.) I
think that's the bad driving
quinella.
Then there was the woman
trying to cross 41 on her bike
who waited until the cars on
41 had a green light to make
her move.
And ... oh, just go to my
Web site, youreaschmuck.
com.
I'm going to need a lot of
cards.
bmudge@
venicegondolier.com

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SUNDAY,
OCT. 28
Bike ride
Join Charlie Pierce of the
Coastal Cruisers Bicycle
Club for a moderate ride of
30 miles. The ride starts at
8:30 a.m. atWoodmere Park,
3951 Woodmere Park Blvd.,
and will tour Center Road.
and the area. Snacks provid-
ed after the ride. Call 497-
4187.
Karaoke
The American Legion No-Vel
Unit 159 hosts karaoke 1-5
p.m. at 1770 E. Venice Ave.
Hot dogs and pizza available.
Call 488-1157.


MONDAY,
OCT. 29
'Frankenstein Ball'
Come to The Players Theatre
at 7 p.m., 838 North Tamiami
Trail, Sarasota, for the "Fran-
kenstein Ball," featuring a
costume contest, music,
prizes and more. The even-
ing also includes a "Grave-
side Mini-Silent Auction"
benefiting The Players.
Tickets are $25 for adults
and $12 for students and
theater artists, and includes
treats, tricks and nonalco-
holic beverages. Call 365-
2494 or visit theplayers. org.
Music makers


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he Italian I : |
American '
Club of i i -


Venice hosts a
children's Hallo-
A-, ween party,
--- / 1-3 p.m., Sunday,
Oct. 28, at 1375
Ringling Drive. Hot
dogs, chips, cookies, punch, .
games, costume contest, balloon
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


.best costumes. Elks, Does
and guests welcome. Music by
Ziggy. Tickets: $15. Call 486-1854.
* The Venice Lions Club sponsors its annual
Halloween parade Wednesday, Oct. 31. The
Halloween parade Wednesday, Oct. 31. The


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PHOTO COURTESY OF VENICE LIONS CLUB
children in the Gazebo parking lot downtown.
At 4 p.m., Venice Lions volunteers will lead the
procession. Bags of treats will be distributed at
the Gazebo and, following the parade, Main-
Street merchants will be open for Trick or
Treaters. Call 408-0528.
* The Senior Friendship Centers hosts a Hallo-
ween party 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 reserva-


event begins at 3:30 p.m. with the gathering of tions. Call 584 0031 or 584-0090.


PHOTO COURTESY OF
BRUCE BRUNETTE
'tVenfiesidents Jim Neary,_ -.
Peggy Hayden and Bruce
Brunette, frequent jammers at
Books-A-Million Monday nights,
wowed the crowd at the Sara-
sota Folk Festival.

An acoustic jam is held
7:30-10 p.m., Mondays at
Books-A-Million, 4230 South
Tamiami Trail. All types of
acoustic instruments are
welcome, as are all playing
levels. Seating is limited;
bring your own chair. Con-
tact Bruce at 492-6704 or
bruceb@onsync.com.
Tom and Chris Kastle per-
Sform at the Sarasota Sailing
Squadron at 1717 Ken
Thompson Parkway, Sara-
sota. Open mike at 7:15 p.m.,
concert at 8:15 p.m. The
public is welcome. Dona-
tion: $5. Visit sarafolk.com
or call Jean at 377-9256.
Seniors group "
Seniors Without Partners
meets at American Legion
No-Vel Post 159, 1770 E. Ve-
nice Ave., Mondays, 12:30-
3:30 p.m. for a meeting and
cards. Call 485-8739.
Masons potluck
The Venice Masonic Lodge
; holds a potluck dinner at
S6 p.m. at 118 E. Venice Ave.
The lodge will also host a
free child ID program. Call
488-1575.


TUESDAY,.

OCT. 30
Kayak trip
The American Littoral Soci-
ety hosts a kayak trip along
the Myakka River State Park,
8:30-11:30 a.m. Equipment
and training provided. Fee:
$25 plus park fee. RSVP to
John at 966-7308.
Show time
, Jacaranda Public Library
offers a free showing of the
film "Invincible" at 2 p.m. at
4143 Woodmere Park Blvd.
All are welcome. Call 861-
1260.
Please donate
Florida's Blood Centers' Big
Red Bus visits the Venice
Yacht Club, 9 a.m.-3 p.m., at


'330 Tarpon Center Drive.
For more donation sites, call
FBC at 492-9202 or Suncoast
Communities Blood Bank at
954-.1600,,ext,.4,,Q ,...
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 in-
terested boy in grades one
through five. Experience
learning, fun, social skills
and community spirit. Call
Bob at 376-6163.
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 wel-
come. 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.
Masons
The Venice Masonic Lodge
offers an MM degree at 7:30
p.m. at 118 E. Venice Ave.
Call 488-1575.

WEDNESDAY,
OCT. 31
The great outdoors
* Oscar Scherer State Park
offers year-round, ranger-led
canoe tours of South Creek,
Wednesday. Register at 8:30
a.m., tour at 9 a.m. Canoe
rental fee and park fee. Call'
483-5956.
* Enjoy a walk on a gulf
beach with the American Lit-
toral Society, 9-11 a.m. Travel
from Turtle Beach County
Park to Palmer Point County
Park and learn about coastal
habitat restoration with John
Sarkozy. Fee: $5. RSVP to
966-7308.
'Crossing Delancey'
The romantic comedy "Cros-
sing Delancey" by Susan
Sandier comes to the Lemon
Bay Playhouse Oct. 31-Nov.
18, at 96W. Dearborn St.,
Englewood. Performances
are 7:30 p.m., Wednesday
through Saturday, and
2 p.m., Sunday. All seats are
$15. Call 475-6756.


Sew and sews
The Wearable Arts Group of
the Gulf Coast/Florida
Chapter of the American
Sewing Guild meets1l-3 p.m.,
at the Gulf,Coast Commu-
nity Foundation of Venice,
601 South Tamiami Trail.
Topic: hands-on silk ribbon
embroidery with Martha
Bellos. Bring embroidery
hoop, silk ribbon, embroi-
dery needle and scissors. All
are welconie. Contact Bellos
at 480-1032 or mbellos@
earthlink.net.
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 groups of 10 or
more, call 484-0769.

Dinner dance
The Venice-Nokomis Elks
Lodge 1854 host a
Halloween costume party
dinner dance, 6-9 p.m. at
1021 Discovery Way,
Nokomis. Ghoulish buffet,
prizes for best costume,
dance music and more. Elks,
Does and their guests are
welcome. Tickets: $15. Call
485-8807.
Music series
The Selby Public Library and
the Sarasota Music Archive
host a free Music
Fundamentals weekly forum
with Dr. John Goodman,
10:30-11:45 a.m., at the
library, 1331 First St., .
Sarasota. Topic: Form:
Sonata, rondo and fantasy
forms. All are welcome; no
prior knowledge required.
Call 861-5000 or e-mail
vneumann@scgov.net.

COMING UP
Nature events
* Kayak with the American
Littoral Society around
South Lido Park, 9 a.m.-
noon, Thursday, Nov. 1.
Equipment and training pro-
vided. Fee: $25. RSVP to 966-
7308.
* Explore the wild and scenic
Myakka River on a full-day,
intermediate-paddlers kayak
trip with the American Lit-
toral Society, Sunday, Nov. 4.
Equipment provided. Fee:
$50 plus park fee. RSVP to
John at 966-7308. -


* The American Littoral
Society hosts an ecosystem
restoration workday at a new
location in Osprey on Little
Sarsaota Bay, 8:30 a.m.-
noon; Tuesday. Nov. 6. Grow
plants' for tesbfration pro-
jects at local parks and pre-
serves,' and remove invasive
plants and replant native
species. Call John at 966-
7308.
* Explore the Myakka River
by kayak from Snook Haven
with the American Littoral
Society, 9 a.m.-noon, Wed-
nesday, Nov. 7. Equipment
and training provided. Fee:
$25. RSVP to John at 966-
7308.
* The American Littoral
Society hosts a kayak trip
along the Myakka River State
Park, 8:30-11:30 a.m., Thurs-
day, Nov. 15. Equipment and
training provided. Fee: $25
plus park fee. RSVP to John
at 966-7308.
SPARCC sale
The Auxiliary of Safe Place
and Rape Crisis Center holds
its sixth annual Treasure
Chest sale Saturday, Nov. 3,
with setup Friday afternoon,
Nov. 2. The sale takes place
at the Woodmere Park gym,
3951 Woodmere Park Blvd.,
8 a.m.-2 p.m. Donations and
volunteers are needed. To
donate goods, call Shirley
Wansaw at 497-6951. To vol-
unteer, call Ruth Wilson at
408-8587. All proceeds will.
benefit Safe Place and Rape
Crisis Center to aid victims
of sexual assault and domes-
tic violence.
Benefit dance
The fifth annual Loveland
Center black tie dinner
dance and auction takes
place 6-11 p.m., Saturday,
Nov. 3, at Venice Golf &
Country Club, 250 Venice
Golf Club Drive. Tickets are
$125 per person for wine
and hors d'oeuvres, gourmet
dinner, music and silent
auction. Table sponsors and
corporate sponsors wel-
come. For reservations or to
volunteer, call Colette at 493-
0016, ext. 310. To help, call
Glenn and Ethel Zeller at
493-6646.
Racing to a Cure
A business expo and thrift
sale benefiting Racing to a
Cure will be held 10 a.m.-
4:30 p.m., Nov. 3 and 4 under
the tent next to DeSears on


Tamiami Trail. Racing to a
Cure raises funds for All
Children's Hospital, Ronald
McDonald House and the
Juvenile Diabetes Research
Foundation. Call 809-2333 or
- visit racingtoacure.org. ..
DAV flea market
The Disabled American
Veterans 101 Auxiliary hosts
a flea market, 8 a.m.-1 p.m.,
Saturday, Nov. 3, at 600 East
Colonia Lane. Tables are
available for rental for $10
each, and there will be a
bake sale, and hot dogs and
bean soup will be available ,
throughout the day. Call 485-
8260 or 809-5961.


$10. Guests will be charged
$15 for buffet dinner and the
show. Proceeds benefit Harry
Anna. Call Betty at 497-2753
or Rose at 488-8069.
Fashion shows
* The Venetian Harmony
Chorus of Sweet Adelines
International hosts its lun-
cheon, fashion show and
mini-performance at 11:30
a.m., Saturday, Nov. 3, at
Naar Hall at United Church
of Christ, 620 Shamrock
Blvd. Lunch by Nick's Cafe
and fashions by La Casa del
Quetzal. Prizes, raffles and
50/50. Tickets: $15. RSVP to
480-1480.
* The Venice Historic Area
Historical Society presents a
Holiday Homecoming
Fashion Show and Breakfast
at the Venice Yacht Club, 9-
11 a.m., Wednesday, Nov. 28.
The event includes enter-
tainment by the Venice
Gondoliers and appearances
by historical reenactors Ann
and Ned Worthington, the
first mayor of Venice; Mrs.
Blalock, Bertha Palmer, and
John and Mable Ringling.
There will be a Chinese
Raffle, door prizes, gifts, a
boutique and clothing by
Sandy's Design Clothing.
Proceeds benefit the Venice
Area Historical Society.
Tickets are $25 and available
at the Paper Pad, 220 South
Tamiami Trail, June's Island
Emporium in the KMI
Building on Tampa Avenue
and at Venice Stationers on
Venice Avenue. Call Betty at
484-0769 or e-mail fran
valencic@comcast.net.
Craft shows
* The Even Keels, South
Venice Yacht Club, are taking
reservations for their Nov. 3
craft show. Call Jean at 492-
4109.
* Venice Gardens is taking
reservations for its flea and
craft market, 8 a.m.-2,p.m.,
Saturday, Nov. 17, at 406
Shamrock'Blvd. Tables'availk
able. Call Pat at 493-2725.
Golf benefit
Company B of Starz Choice
Dance Academy hosts its
10th annual golf tournament
Sunday, Nov. 4, at the Lake
Venice Golf Club. 8 a.m.
shotgun start, four-person
scramble. Lunch and awards
ceremony to follow. First
hole-in-one wins a new car.
Cost: $65 per player, $100


Woman's club


PHOTO COURTESY OF OKLA BEAUDRY
Judy Murchison, Shirley Phillips and Pat O'Gorman display table
decorations for a lunch and card party to be held at 11:30 a.m.,
Oct. 31, at the Woman's Club House at 220 North Harbor Drive,
benefiting the scholarship fund.Tickets are $8 for delicious
lunch, good cards, great prizes and Halloween treats. For tickets,
call 486-5082.
/


Fundraiser
The Nokomis Volunteer Fire
Department is sponsoring a
fundraiser dinner for Kerri
Donnelly, noon-4 p.m., Sa-
turday, Nov. 3, at Harmony
House at the Venice Holiday
Inn, 455 U.S. 41 Bypass. The
firefighters will be serving
hamburgers, rolls and chips.
Proceeds will support treat-
ment for Donnelly, who is
suffering from Hodgkin's
lymphoma. Call 488-8855.
Elks idol
"The Elks' American Idol,"
takes place Saturday, Nov. 3,
at the Venice-Nokomis Elks
Lodge, 1021 Discovery Way,
Nokomis. Cash prizes for
first-, second-, and third-
*place winners. Entry fee is'


hole sponsor, $350 hole
sponsor/team package. All
proceeds benefit the Com-
pany B dancers, including a
$500 college scholarship to a
qualifying student. To regis-
ter, call Beverly or Cathleen
at 485-7450.
New England reunion
The New England Club
meets at noon, Monday, Nov.
5, at Lemon Bay Park, 570
Bay Park Blvd., Englewood.
Bring a family-sized main or
side dish and place setting
and join the potluck. Dessert
. and coffee provided. New
members welcome. Call
Mary at 474-5831 for more
information.

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Scholarship dinner
The Venice Area Garden
Club sponsors its first Seeds
for Scholarship dinner and
auction Sunday, Nov. 4, at
Jacaranda Country Club,
1901 Jacaranda Blvd. The
event opens at 4 p.m. with
wine and a silent auction
and live auction before din-
net, entertainment by Larry
Williams and dancing.
Tickets: $30 per person. Call
Lucille at 485-6194 or Kathy
at 496-8852.
Cats' House fundraiser
Disabled American Veterans
holds its first fundraiser to
benefit the Cats' House at
1 p.m., Sunday, Nov. 4, at 600
East Colonia Lane, Nokomis.
Enjoy games, raffles, food by
Tony served 2-5 p.m., and
entertainment by J.W. with a
special appearance by Butch
Gerace of Bandana. All pro-
ceeds go toward the housing,
medical care and feeding of
feral, stray and displaced
cats. Call (941) 716-4059.
Sears retirees
The Arthur M. Wood Sears
Retirees Club meets Thurs-
day, Nov. 8, at the Palm Aire
Country Club, 5601 Country
Club Way, Sarasota. Social at
11:30 a.m., lunch at noon.
The program will cover
changes in medical benefits.
Cost: $20. RSVP to Lizz at
355-5010.
Republican women
The Venice-Nokomis New
Federated Republican
Women's Club holds its
monthly luncheon meeting
at 11:30 a.m., Friday, Nov. 9,
at the Pelican Pointe Golf &
Country Club, 575 Center
Road. Nancy Detert, Repub-
lican candidate for the
Florida Senate District 23, is
speaker. All members and
guests are welcome. Reser-
vations required; call Patricia
at 966-1806.
Casino night benefit
InStride Therapy holds its
annual Casino Night, 6:30-
-10:30 p.m., Friday, Nov. .9, at,
the Chelsea Center, 2506
Gulf Gate Drive, Sarasota.
The evening will consist of
casino gaming, food stations
by area restaurants, silent
auction and entertainment
by Sunny Jim. Tickets: $75
per person. Proceeds benefit
the center's hippotherapy
treatment, which uses horses
to improve the physical and
neurological status of people


with physical and mental
disabilities. RSVP to Susan or
Missy at 412-9333 or
susan@instridetherapy.org.
WRCSC fall event
Motivational speaker Nancy
Coey is guest presenter at
the 2007 Fall Gathering in
Venice for the Women's
Resource Center of Sarasota
County, Nov. 9, at Plantation
Golf and Country Club, 500
Rockley Blvd. Other events
include a fashion show,
silent auctions and drawings.
Tickets are $45 per person.
RSVP to 485-9724.
Wine tasting
In the Pink A Taste of
NewGate is the fifth annual
food arid wine fest benefiting
scholarships at New Gate
Montessori School at 6:30
p.m., Friday, Nov. 9, at 11011
State Road 72, Sarasota.
Tickets are $60; $70 at the
door. Call 922-4949 or visit
newgate.edu.
Spaghetti supper
The South Venice Civic
Association hosts an Italian
night spaghetti supper, 4-7
p.m., Saturday, Nov. 10, at
720 Alligator Drive. All-you-
can-eat spaghetti and meat-
balls, salad and bread-for $7
per person. Tickets available
in advance or at the door.
BYOB. Call 493-0006.
Dance
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 pi ovided.
Singles and nonmembers
welcome. Tickets: $7 in.
advance or $8 at the door.
Reserved tables for eight or
10. Call Linda at 497-3098 or
Gary at 493-3780.
'Teddy bear run
Harley Owners Group of
Sarasota and Rositer's
Harley-Davidson present the
10th annual Great Teddy
Bear Run to benefit K.I.D.S.
by the Sea, a local nonprofit
serving children with cancer,
, Sunday,-Nov. 11. Bring,anew..
teddy bear for charity and a
$10 donation. Ride leaves
University Center Outlet
Mall at 11:36 a.m. Activities
include a police-escorted
parade to Sarasota Fair-
grounds; plus music, food,
bike show and rodeo and
morp. All bikes welcome. Call
3 951-7005 or (800) 237-9400,
Ext. 7005, or visit rossiter-
harleydavidson.com.


Driver safety course
The AARP Driver Safety.
Course will be held 8 a.m.-
4 p.m., Wednesday, Nov. 14, at
the Suncoast Auditorium,
behind Englewood Com-
munity Hospital, 700 Medical
Blvd, hosted by H2U Health
Happiness and You. Bring a
lunch or buy lunch at the
hospital's Suncoast Cafe.
Course is $10 payable to
AAREP RSVP to 473-5048.
Single Sierrans
The Manatee-Sarasota Sierra
Club Singles meet 1-5 p.m.,
Sunday, Nov. 18, at Snook
Haven, 5000 E. Venice Ave.
Live entertainment and
canoe/kayak rentals, $15-$40.
Donation: $5. RSVP by Nov.
16 to Ginger at 330-9603.
Girls on the Run 5K
The South County Family
YMCA-Venice Branch hosts
the 2007 Venetian 5K at
8 a.m., Saturday, Nov. 17. The
race, which supports the Y's
Girls on the Run program and
features Girls on the Run par-
ticipants, starts and ends at
the Caspersen Beach pavil-
ion. It is a part trail, part
Venetian Waterway 5K Regis-
tration is $20 after Nov. 1, and
$25 on race day. Kids younger
'than 10 enter free. Register
online at active.com or at 701
Center Road. To volunteer,
call Deb at 375-9113.
Italian Club anniversary
The Italian American Club
celebrates. the 10th anniver-
sary of its clubhouse with an
open house, 1-4 p.m., Sat-
urday, Nov. 17, at 1375 Ring-
ling Drive. Learn about the
club's culture, heritage and
historical information dating
back to the club's beginning
30 years ago. Refreshments
and cheese and crackers will
be served. All are welcome.
'Safe Sex' fundraiser
Planned Parenthood of
Southwest and Central Flor-
ida presents its "Safe Sex"'
fundraiser Saturday, Nov. 17,
at the Van Wezel Performing
Arts Hall, 777 North Tamiami
Trail. The 10th annual event
.features high-energymusic, a-
birth control-themed fashion
show and food from Sarasota
Manatee Originals. Tickets
are $90, which includes an
open bar. RSVP online at
safesexinpublic.com or call
365-3913, ext. 100.
Symphony benefit
Eric Watters' 15th annual per-
formance to benefit the edu-
cation projects of the Venice


Adults acting for children


PHOTO COURTESY OF VENICE LITTLE THEATRE
From the 2007 cast of Troupe in A Trunk's "The Time Machine" are (left to right) Carolyn Laibach, Clair
Lockeyear, Dawn Hale and Irene Bette.


Venice Little Theatre will audition for 2008 Troupe


in A Trunk tour to schools

FROM VENICE LITTLE
THEATRE

Venice Little Theatre's
Troupe in A Trunk, a touring
group of 'adults acting for
children,' will audition for its
2008 tour at 3 p.m., Monday,
Nov. 19. Auditions will be held
at the theater in The Edu-
cation Studio at 140 W. Tampa
Ave.
Director Sandy Davisson is
looking for six adults to play
roles in a production of Robin
Hood, the classic story of the
dashing yeoman whose fight
against tyranny and injustice
in Middle Age England saves.
the kingdom of King Richard
and exposes the foils of Prince
John. Along with the charac-
ter of Robin, Davisson will b6
casting the beloved charac-
ters Friar Tuck, Maid Marian
and Little John, among odi-


Symphony takes place at
8 p.m. Nov. 18 and 19 at
Venice Little Theatre, 140 W
Tampa Ave. Tickets for the
show, which features songs
from the World War II era, are
$25, all seats reserved. Call
488-1115.
New Year's
at the Legion
Reservations are being


S.

ers. Davisson is also seeking
someone to serve as stage
manager for the tour.
Those auditioning are
encouraged to wear comfort-
able clothing and footwear as
floor movement will be
required. They should also
note that rehearsals and per-
formances will usually take
place during the week and
during school hours. Scripts
are available for perusal by
contacting Davisson or Clair
Lockeyear at 486-8679.
Troupe in Trunk is an out-
reach program ofVenice Little
Theatre. The Troupe brings
live theater to South- County
elementary schools using a
minimum of set pieces, cos-
tumes and makeup. The per-
formances are offered .to the
schools free of charge. For
many students it's their first
experience of live theatre and


accepted for the NewYear's
,Eve party Monday, Dec. 31,
at the American Legion No-
Vel Unit 159, 1770 E. Venice
Ave. Cost is $40 per person
for a steak or salmon dinner
with all the trimmings, plus
champagne, favors and
music for dancing. Pick up
and pay for tickets by Dec.
17. For more information,
call 488-1157.


it is the goal of the Troupe to
stimulate students' imagina-
tions and to create a bridge to
the performing arts.
The Troupe cast will begin
rehearsals at the theatre in
mid-February and launch
their tour in April. A few per-
formances, to which the pub-
lic will be invited, will be
scheduled at the theater in
April. All performances are
free.
In advance of perfor-
mances at area schools, VLT
provides study guides to
teachers to prepare their
classes. Afterward, feedback
and assessments are sought
from the schools to help the
theater in its planning ,for
coming seasons.
More information about
Troupe and this year's tour is
- available at venicestage.com
or at the office of education
and outreach at Venice Little
Theatre. Call Davisson or
lockevear at 486-8679.


Beantown cruise
The Beantown Travel Club of
current and former Massa-
chusetts residents is planning
a 10-night Panama Canal
Adventure Cruise aboard the
Coral Princess, leaving Ft.
Lauderdale March 16, 2008
with many stops. All are wel-
come. Arrangements by
Venice Travel. Call 488-2680
or 485-0624.


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FROM FBC
Blood donors are in for a
spooktacular treat this Hal-
loween. Florida's Blood Cen-
ters is treating donors to grab
bag goodies and inviting all
blood donors to a community
Halloween Party, 8 a.m.-4
p.m., Wednesday, Oct. 31.
Plus, all donors who do-
nate blood will receive 50 per-
cent off admission to Uni-
versal Studio's or Islands of
Adventure and an exclusive
Halloween T-shirt.
With Halloween approach-
ing, Florida's Blood Centers
has historically experienced
blood shortages at this time.
Florida's Blood Centers strug-
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with an adequate supply of
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Flu shots
*Walk-in flu shots are offered 8
a.m.-5 p.m., Monday through
Friday, at the NokomisWalk-In
Clinic, 621-623 Tamiami 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 shot locations, call the
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at 861-2800 or visit sarasota
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Center. Call 492-9202.
To donate blood, you must
be in good health, 16 years of
age or older and weigh a min-
imum of 102 pounds. As a
benefit to the donor, a brief
health check, which includes
evaluations of blood pressure,
iron level and cholesterol, is
performed to help the donor
maintain his or her good
health. The entire procedure,
from completing a short
medical history to drawing
blood and resting afterward
with refreshments, takes 30-
45 minutes. Blood donation
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blood products to help sup-
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This quick response by
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community's involvement by
donating blood. It is only
possible to help in matters
such as this due to the com-
munity's continued support
of donating blood. It's vitally
important to have a continu-
al blood supply on hand for
not only local emergencies
but also to aid in the support


of our troops when the need
arises. Due to caring and
compassionate people with-
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Charlotte counties many of
our troops will be helped.
Blood is needed 365 days a
year, 24/7 and the need for
blood never ends. Just one
blood donation can save up
to three lives.
For more information on
donating blood, call (866) 97-
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for hours and locations of
the nearest bloodmobile
or Suncoast Communities
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FRAN VALENCIC
SOCIAL COLUMNIST

There is a lot of talk these
day about making a differ-
ence. In Venice, Emily High-
tower easily leads the list of


people who have affected
numerous livegilA- 'oi:; '
fFromrthe time'she arrived
in Venice as the young wife of
the newly hired high school
principal until just a few years
ago, Emily gave piano lessons
in her home.
Deborah Iverson, owner of
Deborah's Quilt Shop on Ven-
ice Avenue, remembers riding
her bike to Mrs. Hightower's
home for lessons. She also
remembers the lovely tea par-
ties Mrs. Hightower gave after
recitals.
Thanks to Emily Hightower,
Venice has the Cecelians, who
Present music programs and
award scholarships.


Recently Mrs. Hightower
, celebrated herv4tho birthday
'surrounded by daughters
Nancy and Rose Hightower
and a few friends.
The group enjoyed a lovely
dinner and sang "Happy
Birthday" to the accompani-
ment of a candle that just
kept playing the song over
and over.
Special greetings and best
wishes to a terrific lady who
put a song in many hearts in
Venice.
'Make A Difference'
today
Members of the Jewish
Center of Venice at 600 North


Auburn Road invite the com-
nmreunity to spend'the after-
',noon. helping the Food
Pantries for the Needy.
Starting at 12:30 p.m. the
center offers homemade bak-
ery items and mouth-water-
ing corned-beef sandwiches.
At 2 p.m. entertainment
includes music and laughter.
Admission charge is a dona-
tion of nonperishable food or
paper goods.
Call 484-2022 or 484-4246
for information. .
'Grandma' sounds
just great '
Sherrey Welch recently
returned from California after


meeting her grandson, Nicky.
v The heautifulbaby boycoutd-
n't wait to see grandma.; His
parents, Leigh and Ty Novak,
gave Welch her first grand-
child, and all grandparents
know this is just about the
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Witte wept as they stood
together after their final regu-
lar-season game at the teepee
knowing an important era in
their lives was ending while a
new one beckoned.
Little Hannah Richards
wiped tears her eyes as big
sister Casie recognized her for
her support and attendance
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DAVE BARRY
HUMOR COLUMNIST


I think I might know where
the missile launcher is.
I'm referring here to the $1
million missile launcher that
our armed forces apparently
misplaced, according to a
recent audit of the U.S. govern-
ment '(motto: "We Do Have a
Motto, But We Don't Know
,Where It Is"). You might have
missed the news stories about
this audit, which didn't get a
whole lot of media attention.
Way back in 1994, Con-
gress decided that there
should be a complete audit of
the entire federal govern-
ment. This seemed like a good
idea, since the U.S. govern-
ment which is the fourth-
largest financial entity in the
world behind Bill Gates and
your electrician had not
been. audited for (this is the


truth) more than 200 years.
The reason Congress did not
get around to ordering an
audit any sooner is that it has
been extremely busy with its
primary functions, which are
1) spending money; 2) declar-
ing National Cottage Cheese
Appreciation Week; and 3)
authorizing the IRS to ham-
mer taxpayers for inadequate
record-keeping.
As you can imagine, the
federal audit was a huge job.
The auditors spent thousands
and thousands of hours at the
U.S. Government Records
Facility, which is a 1,400-foot-
long shoebox containing an
estimated 139 billion receipts
and what are believed to be
George Washington's original
teeth. When the auditors were
finally finished, they released
a report. that contained a
number of alarming findings,
including these:
It turns out that both
"Lewis" and "Clark" were actu-
ally the same person, and he
never got farther west than
New Jersey.
Although, according to
the U.S. Constitution, there
are supposed to be nine
members of the Supreme
Court, a detailed search of the
premises, including under all
the desks, turned up only five.


In one three-month per-
iod, the Task Force on Rein-
venting the Government spent,
without any authorization or
supporting documentation,
$141 million on party hats.
North Dakota is missing.
"We think Canada took it," stat-
ed the auditors, "but every time
we called up there to ask about
it, they just laughed and hung
up the phone."
Now I have some good
news and some bad news.
The good news is, I made up
the preceding audit findings.
The bad neWs is, the real
audit findings are worse. I am
NOT referring to the finding
that the government has no
idea what happened to bil-
lions and billions of dollars.
That is totally understand-
able. When you're sucking in
and spewing out money as
fast as the federal govern-
ment, you have to expect that
here and there a billion dol-
lars is going to fall between
the cracks. I bet if federal
employees took just a few
minutes out of their work
schedules to look around,
they would quickly find a lot
of this so-called "lost" money.
FIRST FEDERAL EMPLOY-
EE: OK, I'll just check behind
the cushions of this federal
employee's lounge sofa here


and... Hey, here's some! Looks
like a total of, let me see, two
... three ... four ... Wow! It's $17
million!
SECOND FEDERAL EM-
PLOYEE: So THAT'S what
happened to it!
So I'm confident that the
money is around somewhere.
What has me concerned is
the auditors' finding that the
federal government appar-
ently also has lost track of
some fairly large items, in-
cluding and I am not mak-
ing these missing items up -
a $1 million Army missile
launcher, two $4 million Navy
engines for fighter aircraft,
two large Navy tugboats cost-
ing $875,000 each and a
$460,000 floating crane.
Now, in any organization
you're going to have people
stealing pens, paper clips, etc.
But security has to be pretty
darned lax for somebody to
walk off with a tugboat.
GUARD: Hey, what's that
gigantic bulge under your
overcoat with a smokestack
sticking out?
THIEF: This? Nothing.
GUARD: OK, then.
What concerns me is, what
if we have a defense emer-
gency, and we need these
missing items? Are we going
to scare the enemy if our


fighter pilots have to sit on the
runway in engineless planes,
and make fighter-plane nois-
es with their mouths? Also, if
the government doesn't know
where its crane is, what ELSE
doesn't it know? For example,
I was in Washington, D.C.,
recently, and I walked past a
huge building that said "De-
partment of the Interior";
then a short while later, I
walked past ANOTHER huge
building that said "Depart-
ment of the Interior." This has
to be a mistake. Why would
we need TWO Departments
of the Interior? We only have
one Interior! Unless we've lost
THAT, too.
So I think the government
should stop whatever else it's
doing until it finds all this miss-
ing property. I think a good
place to start looking would be
my garage. There's a LOT of
stuff in there, and I have no
idea what most of it is; it would
not surprise me one bit if there
was a missile launcher in there
somewhere. So I say to the gov-
ernment Come and get it! And
while you're here, please take
these Supreme Court justices,
because they're starting to
smell.
Dave Barry is continuing a
leave of absence from writing
his weekly humor column.


Government auditors are lost in space


WELL-BEING from Page 5B


* Sarasota Health Services
administers flu shots at Ven-
ice Nokomis United Meth-
odist Church, 208 Palm Ave.,
Nokomis, 10 a.m.-noon, Sat-
urday, Nov. 10. Bring Medi-
care card.
Senior Friendship Centers,
2350 Scenic Drive, 584-0075,
seniorfriendship.com
10 a.m.-noon, Mondays,
free hearing screenings by the
Audiology Department of the
Silverstein Institute. Registra-
b tLinaecqtiiredl )Q Iin '
10 a!i'.v: Mlonday, O0e-t:'29,
footcare with retired podia-
trist Dr. Irving Miller.
Volunteers coffee
*The Healthcare Volunteers of
Venice host a recruiting cof-
fee. 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 vol-
unteer services at Venice
Regional Medical Center, the
Elephant'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.
Addiction forum
Addiction: A Community Dis-
ease takes place 9 a.m.-3 p.m.,
Saturday, Nov. 10, at the Ven-
ice Community Center, 326 S.
Nokomis Ave. Keynote speak-
er: author and addiction re-
searcher Terence T. Gorski.
Workshops include Prescrip-


tion Medications and Addic-
tion, Nutrition and Addiction,
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: $35. RSVP
by Nov. 2,to 650-4856. Schol-
arships available for youth.
Pulmonary support.
The, Venice Pulmonary Sup-
ort Group meets at 1 p.m.,
,Thursdaysisdabji Venico~iCity
;"'Hall;'401'W. Venice Ave. Call
City Hall at 486-2626 or Gail at
497-5347.
Health classes
SJacaranda Public Library of-
fers two community health
classes Monday, Nov. 5, at
4143 Woodmere Park Blvd.
African American Commun-
ity Health meets 9:30-11:30
a.m., and iNo Comprende?.
Spanish Health Information
Resources for English-Speak-
ing Librarians meets 1-5 p.m.
Both are led by Mandy Meloy,
community outreach coordi-
nator for the National Net-
works of Libraries of Medi-
cine, Southeastern/Atlantic
Region. Open to Community
Health Action Teams as well
as library staff. Call Greg
Carlson, manager, Jacaranda
Public Library, at 861-1277.
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 (Nov.
13) in the conference room at
Jacaranda Public Library,
4143 Woodmere Park Blvd.
Visit parentsofaddictssharing
time.org or call Trina at 266-
8469.
Health fair
The Church of Jesus Christ of
Latter-day Saints hosts a
community health fair, 10
a.m.-2 p.m., Saturday, Nov. 17,
at 3000 E. Venice Ave. More
than 20 agencies will be par-
- itipating; u including, .4the
. police, ,pharmacy personnel,
firefighters, EMS, bloodmo-
bile, medical personnel, doc-
tors and nurses. Hearing and
eye tests and help with
women's health issues will
also be available. All services
are without charge to those
attending. The public is invit-
ed and all tests and services
are free for men, women and
children. Call 525-6417.
Insurance advice
Jacaranda Public Library
hosts. Health Insurance Ad-
vice for Seniors, 9 a.m.-1 p.m.,
the second and fourth Tues-
days at 4143 Woodmerp Park
Blvd. Call 861-1270. SHINE
also visits the Senior Friend-
ship Centers 9-11 a.m.,
Thursday, at 2350 Scenic
Drive. Call 584-0075.
Wellness Community
Events are- free for cancer
patients and a caregiver. Call
921-5539.
Support groups, 10-11:30
a.m., Mondays, at Jacaranda


Trace, 3600 William PennWay.
* Adaptive yoga classes,
noon-1:30 p.m., Mondays, at
Jacaranda Trace, 3600 William
Penn Way.
* Qigong exercise classes, 10-
11 a.m., Tuesdays, at Jaca-
randa Trace, 3600 William
Penn Way.
Small-group discussion,
"For Men Only," 2-3 p.m., the
first and third Tuesday of each
month at 3900 Clark Road,
Building P-3, Sarasota. This is
a drop-in, casual meeting
_open .t male cancer patients
- at all stages'of treatment for
prostate cancer.
Nar-Anon
A support group for those
who have loved ones affected
by drug addiction meets at 7
p.m. Thursday in the lounge
at St. Mark's Episcopal Church,
508 Riviera St. Call Ray at 497-
6879.
Alcoholics Anonymous
Alcoholics Anonymous meets
at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday and
Thursday in the Suncoast
Auditorium of Englewood
Community Hospital, 700
Medical Blvd. Call 426-7655.
Walkabout group
The Saturday Morning Walk-
about group meets at 8 a.m.
Saturday at Volunteer Park,
located behind the Gulf Coast
Community Foundation of
Venice. Each Saturday a dif-
ferent 2-1/2 mile route is
selected. Mileage is recorded
and incentive awards are pre-
sented for various total miles


walked. Bring your pets, too.
New walkers welcome.
AI-Anon
Al-Anon and Alateen family
meetings take place several
times a week at area loca-
tions. Call 426-7655 or visit
southfloridaal-anon.org.
Alateen
* Laurel Nokomis Middle
School, .1900 East Laurel
Road, Nokomis, 8:30-9:30
a.m., Wednesdays
* Venice Middle Schooh~,9pO
Center Road, 8 a:m.v,,Thurs-,
days
* St. Mark's Church lounge,
513 Nassau St., 7 p.m., Fri-
days. Call Ray at 497-6879.
AI-Anon
newcomer meetings
* St. Mark's Episcopal Church,
508 Riviera St., 7 p.m., Mon-
days
* Let Go & Let God AFG,
Venice Presbyterian Church,
111 E. Firenze St., 7:30 p.m.,
Tuesday
* Freedom AFG, Church of
the Nazarene, 1535 E. Venice
Ave. (children welcome),
10:30 a.m., Wednesdays
*Wednesday Step Study, Grace
United Methodist Church, 400
E. Field St., 7 p.m., Wednes-
days
* Steps & Growth, The Church
of Christ, 4301 State Road 776,
10 a.m., Thursdays
* Peace Pipe, Emmanuel
Lutheran Church, 790 South
Tamiami Trail, Room 101, 7
p.m., Thursdays
* On the Island, Emmanuel


Lutheran Church, 790 South
Tamiami Trail, 8 p.m., Thurs-
days
* Step in the Right Direction,
St. Mark's Episcopal Church,
508 Riviera St., 7 p.m., Fridays
* Saturday Night Live, Em-
manuel Lutheran Church,
790 South Tamiami Trail, 7
p.m., Saturdays
* Keep it Simple Sunday, Em-
manuel Lutheran Church,
790' South Tamiami Trail, 7
p.m., Sundays
Educational programsI
The Alzheimer's Association
has numerous educational
programs open to the public.
Offerings include Basic
Course for Caregivers, Main-
tain Your Brain and infor-
mation about local caregiver
support groups. They will also
come to your community
with the Memory Mobile and
a speaker's bureau for presen-
tations. Call 365-8883.
Bereavement group
The Bereavement Support
Group meets 3-4 p.m., the
second and fourth Thursdays
of the month in the Admin-
istrative Conference room at
Englewood Community Hos-
pital, 700 Medical Blvd. Call
697-0783.
Respite care
A free, year-round respite care
program for caregivers and
their loved ones takes place
Friday, 1:15-3 p.m. at St.
Mark's Episcopal Church, 508
Riviera. Registration required.
Call Pam at 366-2224.


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Literacy

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FROM LITERACY
VOLUNTEERS

Residents who want to
apply for U.S. citizenship
should attend a 10-week pre-
paration course sponsored by
Literacy Volunteers of South
Sarasota County. The course
is free of charge. The only
expense is a $15 donation for
the cost of the textbook, and
this is collected at the first
class. "U.S. Citizenship Class"
will meet from 6 to 8 p.m. in
the Conference Room of the
Venice Public Library, 300 S.
Nokomis Ave.
The dates are Jan. 15, 22
and 29 (2008), Feb. 5, 19, and
26 (2008), March 4, 18 and 25
(2008), and April 1, 2008.
The class will cover the
benefits and responsibilities
of becoming a U.S. citizen,
how to complete the N-400
form in applying for citizen-
ship, and how to prepare for
the citizenship interview and
test.
Residents who are interest-
ed should register no later
than Jan. 8, 2008, by calling
Literacy Volunteers at 488-
8994.


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OCT. 28, 2007


Alberobello A city of cone-shaped dwellings


Visiting Alberobello today, one can quickly visualize
the ingenious spirit of the ancient inhabitants.


BY SUSAN CAIRO
STAFF WRITER

Lesser known to the rest of
the world, in the Provence of
Bari and Taranto on the coast
of southern Apulia, is the
town of Alberobello. Situated
on the Morge hills that
descend into terraces and
reach to the Adriatic, in the
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from King Ferdinand IV He
was pleased with their hon-
esty and granted a decree giv-
ing the village freedom.
.Visiting there today, one
can quickly visualize the inge-
nious spirit of the ancient
inhabitants. Their method of
building was not only a way to
avoid taxes but stood the test
of the elements and time.


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this special place. Restoration
Alberobello is different All of the truilli dwellings
from the rest of Italy because have been restored and turned
of its tiny ancient houses with into shops and guest houses.
gray, cone-shaped roofs. Trulli The doors are open each
is the term used to describe morning. Visitors ascending
the unique design of the the cobblestone streets find
homes. beautiful hand-made items
Trulli homes are pyramidal such as crotcheted and knit
dwellings built of overlapping shawls in vibrant colors, as well
limestone slabs without mor- as beautiful sweaters and
tar (chiancole). The base of scarfs. All are moderately
the houses are painted white, priced.
while the roofs are in their Woven tablecloths and lin-
natural color and appear grey. ens are a specialty. The de-
This is the only place in the signs are the same used for
world where these types of 100 years. Shops will invite
buildings are found. you into the home to see the
interior rooms and you can
History catch a glimpse of how the
Historians are not certain farmers lived 600 years ago.
when trulli were first built. Although there are modern
During the 16th century the kitchen appliances, the floors
area around Alberobello was and smells of home-made
part of a fiefdom ruled by the tomato sauce are the same as
Counts of Conversano. Farm- in the past. The hearth still
ers settled on the Selva, a hilly remains the source of heat for
area, and subjected them- the trulli. Puglia has a warm
selves to the ruling family and climate and the heavy stone
a royal census tax. interiors provide relief from
During the mid-17th cen- the day's sun.
tury, in an effort to favor the Some of the structures
king of Naples, the counts have been renovated to in-
ordered the destruction of the clude modem conveniences.
town. This was due to the rev- The interiors and gardens are
elation that farmers were ille- breathtaking. Touring each of
gaily settling in the lands the trulli is an adventure.
around the town' and thus Nowadays, -trulli are firmly
avoiding taxes-to-the king..A-reinforced with stucco. The
rivatfaihily exposed`te farm- "oomsl -are separated by
ers, and destruction of the cheerful curtains rather than
town was immediately or- doors.
dered.
Later, the farmers were UNESCO site
allowed to return to their little Alberobello was declared
town and rebuild, but only on a UNESCO World Heritage
the condition that they build Site in 1996 and is among the
without mortar so their most famous and frequently
dwellings and other buildings visited UNESCO sites in Italy.
could be quickly disassem- Even with the influx of tour-
bled should the king's taxa- ists, the ancient feel and
tion officers decide to revisit quaintness of the town
the area. remains. It is still an un-
In 1797, farmers went to touched jewel.
Taranto seeking a pardon Alberobello has a train sta-


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Top: Each trulli-designed rooftop has a terrace for
hanging laundry and for gazing out on the ancient
city of Alberobello. Italy, and its unusual look.

Inset: Trulli-designed buildings, distinguished by
their mortarless cone-shaped roofs, are a mysteri-
ous part of Alberobello's history.


tion and is only a one-hour
drive from Taranto, Bari or the
seaside.
It hias also become a hot .
place to buy property. Puglia
is a bargain compared to
most of Italy. You can visit the
entire town in less than a day,
but it is a unique and restful
place to stay while exploring
the surrounding scenery. The
food is home-cooked, plenti-
ful and inexpensive.
Alberobello is a fairy-tale
city filled with history, art and
warm and friendly people.


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Winding streets lead tourists up to the the top of a mountain, the site
of a historic church.


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Cobblestone streets in the town of Alberobello lure tourists into
restaurants and shops. Hotels and overnight guest houses are
nearby.


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The little houses have been turned into shops. Each morning, shopkeepers open up their doors to
tourists, selling olive oil and handmade items.


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Girls on the Run: Our hope for the future


BY DEBRA BETTERLY
GUEST COLUMNIST


Young girls today face
tremendous social, emotion-
al and physical pressures and
challenges. At an early age,
many girls feel they should
look and be a certain way
according to societal dictates.
They start noticing that wom-
en on TV, on the Internet, and
in magazines have a certain
"look" that seems to be-more
desirable and they often feel
they must conform ,to this
look to be accepted.
Unless there is some type
qc iryntPpntinn agkliagyg.e.t
stuck in d6-wnward spiral of
destructive habits, compar-
ing themselves unfavorably
to others, ultimately leading
to a decline in self-esteem,
body image and an increase
in negative eating behaviors.
Unfortunately, girls have few
places to turn for healthy role
modeling and advice on
healthy habits. Due to finan-
cial pressures, public schools
have had to scale back physi-
cal education and health
classes, just when America's
youth are facing an epidemic
obesity problem.
Over a 15-year period,
childhood obesity has in-
creased more than 50 percent
and super obesity has more
than doubled. As a result,
type II diabetes, formerly
called adult onset diabetes,
has become prevalent even in


pre-adolescents. Obesity, eat-
ing disorders and unhealthy
body imaging among chil-
dren is increasing at an
alarming rate, and the mental
and health consequences can
be severe and long lasting.
The South County Family
YMCA has adopted the Girls
on the Run Inc. program to do
something about this growing
epidemic. Girls on the Run is
a decade-old program about
more than getting young
women to run. It challenges
them to think critically about
unrealistic media images. It
seeks to boost their self-
esteem by setting and achiev-
ing goals," afid' encourages
them to adopt healthier eat-
ing habits perhaps inspir-
ing their families to do the
same.
The mission of GOTR is to
educate and prepare girls for
a lifetime of self-respect and
healthy living. GOTR councils
are located in more than 150
communities in the United
States and Canada and serve
more than 40,000 girls. The
South County FamilyYMCA is
now the official council for
Sarasota County and has 24
girls involved in the 12-week
curriculum that uses the
power of running to change
the way girls see themselves
and their lives. It is an innova-
tive, experiential learning
program offered at the Venice
and Englewood facilities as
well as on-site at various ele-


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The program combines train-
ing for a 5K run/walk event
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girls in third through fifth
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it inspires, the girls like the
games and the camaraderie
with friends.
At the end of the 12 weeks,
the girls are ready to run or
walk a 5K to celebrate their;
accomplishments. This year,
the Venetian 5K on Nov. 17 is
the official GOTR race. The girls
would love your support by
coming out and cheering for
them. Or run or walk the race
yourself be a role model of
good health and habits to the
girls you will see there.
Registrations can be taken
at the YMCA's front desk or
online at Active.com. You will
know you're at the right place
when you see all the girls with
T-shirts that say "Learn,
Dream, Live, Run" on them
cheering each other on.
Debra Betterly, Ph.D, is the
wellness director at the Venice
branch of the South County
Family YMCA. Call the YMCA
at 492-9622 or visit in Venice
at 701 Center Road or visit
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VPL reference 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-
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group practices French con-
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followed by reading from
French literature and current
topics. Copies of the weekly
readings will be available at
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Plant help
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9:30 a.m.-noon, Thursdays.


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response director Inaki Rezola, Sarasota County emergency man-
agement chief Ed McCrane, board chair Kelli Ellis, Terry Pennekamp,
chapter board member Bob Melum, Terry Pennekamp, 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.


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I Nearly 200 people attend-
ed an open house and ribbon
cutting recently to celebrate
the completion of a $1.2 mil-
lion hurricane hardening pro-
ject designed to protect the
chapter's headquarters dur-
ing a tropical storm or hurri-
cane. About 75 percent of the-
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It was Doc's idea, of course.
That's what made it sing.
That's why it took off in gales
of laughter and fun.
He knew we needed the
money for the children in our
area who might be without
warm clothes this winter, so
he brainstormed among him-
self and came up with the golf
tournament.
He went to Delbert Mc-
Lain, who is our local cham-
ber of commerce. Delbert's
eyes lit up at the suggestion,
but then suddenly clouded
over with doubt.
"But Doc," Delbert said,
"we don't have a golf course."
"Leave that to me, Delbert
me lad. Leave that entirely to
me."
And so our medical lep-
rechaun talked to two farmers
whose land adjoined each
other, and after they quit


laughing, they agreed.
Doc rounded up Dud and
Herb Collins and laid out an
18-hole golf course in about
an hour. They used steel t-
posts for flags (with ban-
danas tied to the top) and
dug a hole with a shovel.
They put smaller flags at the
tee-off spots, and there you
go! An 18-hole golf course
that was 100 percent haz-
ard.
No fairway, just hazard.
Rocks and trees and Lewis
Creek and the occasional cac-
tus and yucca. Doc figures if
you make it around all 18
holes without encountering a
poisonous snake, you should
get bonus points.
"This course," said Doc, "is
so bad, everyone will want to
play, because everyone will
have a terrific excuse for hav-
ing a terrible game."
The cattle were moved to
safer locations -before the
"tournament began, and
enough money was raised to
keep the kids warm this win-
ter.
"Life," said Doc, "should be
ridiculous and fun. So let's do
this again next year."

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PHOTO COURTESY OF DEBBIE WOOD
Boy Scout Troop 1001 participated in a community service project recently, finding
and marking existing gopher tortoise holes. The boys spent the day locating holes,
identifying that they were in fact gopher tortoise holes, marking them and learning
about the importance of taking care of our local wildlife.The turtle project was
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Sarasota County Parks and Recreation hosts a free public nature walk, 9-11 a.m.,
Wednesday, Oct.'31, at Lemon Bay Preservi, Venice. Call 861-5000.


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Kayak with the
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Society around South
Lido Park, 9 a.m.-noon,
Thursday, Nov. 1.
Equipment and training
provided. Fee: $25.
RSVP to 966-7308.
Explore the wild and
scenic Myakka River on
a full-day, intermediate-
paddlers kayak trip with
the American Littoral
Society, Sunday, Nov. 4.
Equipment provided.
Fee: $50 plus park fee.
RSVP to John at 966-
7308.
The American Littoral
Society hosts an ecosys-
tem restoration work-
day at a new location in
Osprey on Little
Sarasota Bay, 8:30 a.m.-
noon, Tuesday, Nov. 6.
Grow plants for restora-
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and remove invasive
plants and replant
native species. Call John
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American Littoral
Society, 9 a.m.-noon,
Wednesday, Nov. 7.
Equipment and training
provided. Fee: $25.
RSVP to John at 966-
7308.
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trip at Myakka River
State Park, 8:30-11:30
a.m., Thursday, Nov. 15.
Equipment and training
provided. Fee: $25 plus
park fee. RSVP to John
at 966-7308.


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Boy Scout Troop 77
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Saturday, Nov. 10, start-
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a.m. Expect to work
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Does your kitty need a


"fur"-ever home?

BY RICK KINGSTON
GUEST COLUMNIST

SA hat do you do when you have a
\j/jI/kitty and you need to find him a
V V home and the no-kill rescues are
full? And you do not want to take your pet to
a place where they cannot guarantee if they
can or will adopt him out?.
' You have to take matters into your own
hands and do some leg work.
At Puffy Paws Kitty Haven, when some-
one can no longer keep a kitty and we do
not have the space, it breaks our heart to
turn any kitty away, but it is simply not pos-
sible to make any exceptions when there are
no foster families or when the haven is at. its
capacity. So we are trying to make a differ-
ence in offering a unique service.
It's called our Courtesy Posting Program,
and it's free. If we are full and if we do hot
have any foster families available, you can
send us a picture and a bio of the kitty or
kitties that you need to give away and Puffy
Paws Kitty Haven will put them on our Web
site for folks to consider for adoption. In
addition to the courtesy posting, you may
consider listing your kitty on craigslist.com.
They have a pet section in which you may
list your pet. It is a wise idea to have a small
adoption fee instead of just Free to a Good
Home.
Also, you may consider taking out a clas-
sified ad in the newspaper. Flyers work great
at your local pet store. For Pete's sake, tell
everyone you know that you have a kitty you,


Officers learn keys to


investigating dog fighting


PHOTO COURTESY OF PUFFY PAWS
Hi, my name is Odo. I'm a adult male and I'm
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Keep your pet safe on Halloween


FROM SUNCOAST
HUMANE SOCIETY

Ghosts, goblins, spooks,
and witches Halloween
can be a scary holiday, not
just for little kids with active
imaginations, but for your
beloved pets as well. Suncoast
ilumane Society urges you to
keep your companion ani-
mals safe by keeping these
precautions in mind:
Keep your pet in a quiet
room where they won't be
disturbed by the noise of par-
ties and doorbell-ringing.
Chocolate and other high-
sugar treats can be lethal to
dogs and cats, and candy
wrappings can cause danger-
ous intestinal blockages if
swallowed. Alcoholic bever-
ages are also deadly to ani-
mals.
Home decorations like
fake cobwebs, plastic spiders,
and candles in jack-o'-lan-
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BY TOMMY MCINTYRE
STAFF WRITER

Dog fighting is arguably
one of the cruelest sports yet
devised by man, and while it
flourishes in many Florida
counties, Sarasota County
has been relatively lucky.
"We do not have any ongo-
ing organized dog fighting
that we know of," Sarasota
County Sheriff's Office Capt.
Steve Burns said. "We did not
send anybody for the Nash-
ville (Tennessee) training this
time, but Animal .Services
does have deputies that are
trained in how to investigate
dog fighting."
While the sheriff's office
did not send anybody for spe-
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training recently in Nashville,
a local animal welfare organi-
zation did.
"Dog .ghting is a barbaric-


activity that results in the suf-
fering of many thousands of
dogs each year in the coun-
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Society, Englewood, Execu-
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Florida ranks i
in the top
three states of
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cruel and ille- .
gal so-called
'sport' by its Snyder
enthusiasts." Snyer
Snyder tra-
veled to Nashville recently to
conduct the class at the re-
quest of the Animal Control
Association of Tennessee.
Some 150 law enforcement
and animal control officers
from across the state of
Tennessee attended.
Snyder said the recent case
huwoling professional foot-


ball player Michael Vick
opened many people's eyes
but dog fighting has been
.going on underground for a
very long time.
The dog-fighting inves-
tigative class taught inves-
tigative techniques, evidence
gathering and court room
preparation.
Snyder was hired earlier
this year after an exhaustive
search by the Suncoast Hu-
mane Society board of trus-
tees. He has a decades-long
list of accomplishments in
the field of animal welfare.
His career includes 15 years
as Regional Director for The
Humane Society of the Uni-
ted States.
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contact the Suncoast Hu-
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Join Suncoast Humane
Society for its first Pawsta-
Fest, a fundraising dinner to
kick off it Spay/ Neuter
Initiative.
PawstaFest will be held at


riskof injury or death." the Blue Lagoon Restaurant in.
For more information Englewood Thursday, Nov. 15. -
about pet safety and animal
welfare, contact SHS at 6781 The evening will feature a
San Casa Drive, Englewood. gourmet pasta dinner, high- Rober
If you have lost or found rfo-rms
an animal, you can file a end raffle prizes including
report by calling 474-7884 or olfing and riverboat cruise, and
by visiting the aost -a ,, a .
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Tickets are $50 per person
and can be purchased in
I; advance at Suncoast Humane
Society's Animal Care Center in
Englewood, at the Thrift Store
in the Rialto Shopping Center
in Venice, or online at
COURTESY PHOTO humane.org.


ta Gurland per-
at PawstaFest.


Visit Suncoast Humane
Society at'6781 San Casa Drive,


Englewood, e-mail information@
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AROUND TOWN NORTH


Rogers Harris gives out blue ribbons to (foreground) Justin Mages,
Jonathan Hill, Beason Huffman and Gabriel Unger at the 3-on-3 Hoop It Up
Fest.


SUN PHOTOS Bi' CINDi' GNEGY
At the 3-on-3 Hoop It Up Fest, The Pistons', left to right. Tanner
Hagen, Andrew Martell and Zach Molenda, finished number one in
the final game.


CONTACT US
BROOKY BROWN
(941) 207-1000
bbrown@venicegondolier.com


Between
games at the
3-on-3 Hoop It
Up Fest, Malik
Outing prac-
tices a free-
throw shot.


The V-Ballers, left to right, Kirsten Walchle, Jen Thoennissen,
Chloe West and Lauren Ramey, wait to play the final game with
the Pistons during the 3-on-3 Hoop It Up Fest.


Grass skirts, quality time and hooping it up


CINDY GNEGY
COLUMNIST


T e Venice-Nokomis
| DOES 141 of the Venice-
Nokomis Elks 1854 held
its luau dinner-dance, which
Virginia Schulte has chaired
for the past 20 years. This char-
itable, event helps fund many
projects. The Loveland Center,
the Food Pantry and Dogs for
the Deaf were just a few men-


tioned by Louise Perlick, the
event co-chair.
'Also, when there is a need
for food at Thanksgiving, we
provide a basket for families,"
Perlick said.
Alex Keller sang some
Hawaiian tunes and mixed in a
variety of songs that got many
out on the dance floor early in
the evening. 'A highlight was
the exotic dancers. Carolyn
Reichard's group of "girls," Bill
Lazar, Don Chesnul, Albert
Pond, Bill Schulte and Don
Quilan, wearing grass skirts
and coconut tops, danced and
entertained the audience --
and what happens at the Elks.
stays at the Elks.
Family Dinner Night
creates quality time
Family Dinner Night, a,
community event held at the


Laurel Community Park on
Collins Road, brought families
together for an evening of
games and dinner. Twice a
year, for the past five years,
Community Youth Develop-
ment and the Teens of Laurel
Civic Association, have held
Family Dinner Night. Tables
are set with games so families
can spend quality time togeth-
er playing their child's favorite
game before dinner. John
fefferson, program coordina-
tor for Laurel Civic Association
Inc., said families will some-
times continue to play during
dinner. At the end of the
evening games can be taken
home. Michaela Davis, 8,
enjoys playing Candy Land
with her family and said she's"
been coming since this event
began. The teens in this com-
munity serve and clean up


afterward.
"I enjoy hanging with my
family and meeting other fam-
ilies," said Robert Fordlam.
After the dinner, Fordham
volunteered to put away tables
and chairs.
3-on-3 Hoop It Up Fest
Rogers Harris, the Facilities
Manager for Sarasota County
Parks & Recreation, kept time
and score for the 9- to 12-year-
olds during the 3-on-3 Hoop-
it-Up Fest at the, Laurel Civic
Center recently. There were 26
players with eight teams. Each
person or group of friends are
put together into teams as they
arrive. The Gators' Beason
Huffman, Jonathan Hill and
Justin Mages came from
Englewood, teamed up with
Joe Molenda, Ryan Doolittle
and Gabriel Unger to win blue


ribbons for the 9- to 12-year -
olds. Bill Foote and Wes Melt-
zer refereed the games. The 13-
to-18-year-olds teamed to-
gether and in the final game
the boy's team, the Pistons,
won over the girl's team, the V-
Ballers.
"We've been having these
tournaments twice a,year for
the past three years. We
always have a good turnout,
inviting young .people, from
around the county," Said Dan
Solorzano, park attendant for
Sarasota County.
Tammie Huffman brought
her son, Beason, for the first
time to participate in the
games.
"It is very exciting, gives
him something to do on a
-Saturday and is good for
development, playing in a
tournament," she said.


The Venice Nokomis DOES Luau was highlighted by exotic dancers, Bill Lazar, Bill Schulte, Carolyn
Reichard, Don Quinlan, Don Chesnut and Albert Pond.


PHOTO COURTESY OF JOHN JEFFERSON
Playing cards with family and friends at Family Dinner Night are (far left) Alex Mathena,
Spencer Solorzano, Felicia Mathews, Sophia Mathena, Julian Methena, Olivia and Dan
Solorzano.


Alex Keller provided music for
the Venice-Nokomis DOES Luau.
Standing with Keller is Virginia
Schulte, event chair.


Left to right, Tami Weaver; Daniel Hutchinson, District Deputy Grand
Exalted Ruler; John Miller, Secretary, Venice-Nokomis Lodge 1854
and Virginia Schulte, event chair for the Venice-Nokomis DOES 141
Luau.


Robert Fordham volunteered to put away tables
and chairs at the end of Family Dinner Night at the
Laurel Civic Center.


Michaela Davis gets her dinner after playing
games during Family Dinner Night.


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MAGNIFICENT WATERFRONT RESIDENCE. Custom-built
in'0( rttii uniiirig 4BR home boaitsover 7 000 sq ft of
the mnoi equir.l rnmatcrials Rare Travertine ficourig.
beauilrul grannie, marble natural lone S2,39,000
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NORTH PORT CHAMBERLAIN. Set in a wonderful
neighborhood, this 3BR, 2-car garage home boasts a
great open split plan with additional den/office or dining
room. $189,900. North Port Office, 423-3300. #677703


CUSTOM WATERFRONT ESTATE. Incredible 2-story, 4BR
home with over 7,800 sq. ft. Nearly one half acre executive
lot Features a coral stone fireplace, 20' ceilings, heated pool
& 3-car garage. $1,195,000. Kim Montgomery, 485-5421 or
232-9082. #559416
FOREVER VIEWS from this Gulf-front penthouse with
volume ceilings, plantation shutters, side balconies, 3
large bedrooms &nearly 2,400 sq. ft. of luxury living.
$1,190,000. Jan Conner, 485-5421 or 416-0315. #514075
FABULOUS BEACHFRONT CONDOMINIUM. Set in a
'nendly updaied complex. *irlh a healed pool. [In; rurufey
urn, bed 26R Jts,dr-nce ,offers woidertul waeri VIeS..,
218R 'de.adhed garage Only .ileps hom prnval beach
,825.O00. jao eenrnedy 485-5421 2.66-r714 553570
OVER A HALF ACRE arnd rear Roberts Bay n .in e'rab-
lihed nrei qhborihd of home; Prsrimary I0 shopping ris
auranp service make rriis rj are pportunirv ir build in
I ureal loiacrln. 5825.00) Crolyri .einnery 485-.5421
22/i .11* 55230
SPECTACULAR BEACHFRONT CONDOMINIUM with
3BRs & long Gulf views in 3 directions. Renovated & re-
styled in 2006 with custom built-in kitchen & large
library/office in upstairs loft.' $699,000. Helen Moore,
485-5421 or 724-2030. #554214
SOUTHBAY YACHT & RACQUET CLUB. One of the most
prestigious boatin communities on the Gulf Coast.
eepwater marina for Southbay residents only.This lovely
home offers updated appliances & oversized pool
$649,500. Harvey Davis,493-2500 or 223-0424. #536410
CALUSA LAKES. This former model boasts crown mold-
ing, tiled floors, large master suite, pool/spa, 3-car garage
& private backyard. $649,000. Betty Knight, 966-8000 or
928-3019. #364271
VENICE GOLF&COUNTRY CLUB.This 3BR home radiates
quiet charm & perfect quality, with top-of-the-line
touches & tasteful upgrades throughout, an office, heated
pool & spa, & 3-car garage. $565,000. Susan Brooker,
493-2500 or 223-6055.#534643V
ENJO.YJOLF COURSE VIEWS and evening sunsets in
this elegant, well cared for, bright & open 3R plus den
customtiomein Governor's Green at the Plantation Golf
& Country Club. $525,000. Susan Brooker, 493-2500 or
223 6055 nr47705
QUIET, GATED COMMUNITY with tree-lined streets. This
lovely home boasts 2,511 sq. ft, 3BRs, den & new tile roof.
The pool features a beautiful panoramic view. $499,900.
Judy Winkelmann, 485-5421 or 284-0559. #557492
PERFECT BEACHFRONT CONDOMINIUM. Enjoy nightly
sunsets & Gulf breezes from this turnmkey furnished, updated,
4th-floor Venice Beach residence. Features a new kitchen,
walk-in dosets & 18" tile. $459,900. Kim Montgomery,
485-5421 or 232-9082. #552919
WATERFORD. Big lake views from this 3BR home.
Features spacious rooms, formal living & dining rooms,
master suite with sitting area, large lanai & caged pool.
$449,500. Helen Moore, 485-5421 or 724-2030. 49778
SAWGRASS. Ouistanding 2,162.q-fL., mainTenance.
4re golf court homre with upgrades iadinlng granite cosuri
r custom crcbinets liended btracj3t area arne (erjT,,c
:ie & o pri.ded lna, 5-29 400 Helene liihrtor,n 49 2500
or486-8224.#553236
VENICE ISLAND. Prime property located just a few hun-
dred feet from the Gulf of Mexico with deeded beach
access in an area of elegant beachfront homes. Furnished
2BR on an oversized lot. $425,000. Jan Conner, 485-5421
or 416-0315. #525182


RARELY AVAILABLE VENICE ISLAND LOT. Located
within walking distance to the charming downtown
shops &the beautiful beaches. $299,900. Ann Uebernian,
485-5421or 223-3789.#510713 ,
NEVER LIVED-IN VILLA with brick paver driveway, 2-
car 'garage & walkway to lush landscaped side-entry
courtyard. Features high ceilings, granitecounters, &
convenient to golf& beaches. $279,900. Scott Johnstpn,
493-2500 or 232-5482.#552487 .
PARK ESTATES. Set in a great neighborhood, this
2 300+ sq -fi 3BR 2-cal garage pool h,)re enioys a
ree-ciriopied IoL Freilles volume(Celir.gi newer A'/(
& Beiber carpet. i269' 00. Beverily Weirerien. 485-.54
or22.'*W-l).i..#|48 '- > 9.', *,..'L' .1
SOUTH VENICE. This 2-suo 4B pool home enlioyc an
adii,,unal double lot totally updated kitchen rnwer
ceramic, ile & appliahce, one-car attached garale & 2
tar deawjned garage 525 000 Sandra Adl rri-Pert
485-421 or 58-3464 N541368
COURTYARDS AT GONDOLA PARK. This well-main-
tained 3BR condominium Is light & bright with tile
throughout & a large screened balcony. Active association
with 2 exercise rooms, heated pool, tennis & more.
$249,900. Helen Moore, 485-5421 or 724-2030. #554546
VENICE.Two-BR home set on 4 lots. Features lush land-
scape, pool, spa & optional membership to boat ramp
an private island beach. $249,000. Phil Corcoran,
473-7750or586-2134. #555894
PLANTATION GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB. Wonderfully
updated unit overlooking large lake & preserve. Light,
bright & open, this 2BR condominium has vaulted ceil-
ings, Corian counters & updated kitchen. $219,000.
Helene Johnston, 493-2500 or 486-8224. #552571 '
TASTEFULLY RENOVATED two-bedroom move-in
ready condominium with golf course views & com-
munity pool. $195,000. Cindy Dillander, 493-2500 or
716-3203. #547025
GOLF AT THE PLANTATION. thi, rxtraordipary 2BR con.
doiminium has been wonderfully jemodeled with inw
lichen. vaulted crilingi, 2 soeened porches & eira
storage orrom, Community pool. Pets welcome
S177000 LaurafKovaj485-.421 or 87-4080 45541 I0
GREAT FLORIDA LIVING rn this 2BR condominium in a
55+ corrimunirye 5150000 mndy illander 4Q32.'500
or 716-3203. #547020
BUILD YOUR DREAM HOME on this great lot In South
Venice. Lot is partially feared & in a great neighborhood,
across from Shamrock Park. $59,900. Mary Samples,
485-5421 or416-1591. #519534.

ENGLEWOOD FARM ACRES. Custom designed
5BR home on country acreage adjoining a 17-acre
lake & nature preserve. Courtyard entrance to this
2-story home with 3.fireplaces& separate 2-story
barn. $1,099,000. Elizabeth Burr, 473-7750 or
855-1142. #549054
ROTONDA WEST. Flt side-by-sIe income-produ.ng rrm
pies in the dAd retrhm-red goi coursee communor ol
Rlonda Wesi. All uJni bsur mi ny impre. ve upi]r,.le.
$899,000. CourtneyBoyer, 473-7750 or 286-8208. #553417
ROTONDA WEST. Magnificent custom builder's home
on the golf course. No detail was overlooked in the
design & construction of this amazing pool home.
$895,000. Bill Paulsen, 473-7750 or 662-0392. #537578


THE INLETS. 81,INLETS BLVD. $269,500.JEANNE BALLOCK.485-5421 OR468-1738.543917
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THE PLANTATION. 818 CARNOUSTIE DR. $499,900.JUDY WINKELMANN.485-5421 OR 284-059 557492
PARK ESTATES. 578 PARK ESTATES SQ. $429,900. BEVERLY WELTZIEN. 485 5421 OR 223-0612f 560957
PARK ESTATES. 575 PARK ESTATES SQUARE. $269,000. BEVERLY WELTZIEN. 223-0612. 548740
THE PLANTATION.436CERROMAR LN 480. 5177,000. LAURA KOVAC.485-5421 OR 587-4080.554119
VENICE. 1036 HOPE ST. $159,000. MARY SAMPLES. 485-5421 OR 416-1591. 561952
THE PLANTATION. 1712 BONITAS CIRCLE 1728. $150,000. CINDY DILLANDER.493-2500 OR 716-3203.547020


MANASOTA BEACH. This 3,600-sq.-ft., 5R,\3-car garage
private estate Is surrounded by preserve & offers a self-
cleaning, oversized pool. Horses allowed.. $875,000.
Veronica Anderson,473-7750or628-3964. #543704
PALM ISLAND. Approximately 1.2 acres on deepwater
lagoon with direct Gulf access. Less than 5 minutes to
Stump Pass. Dock & boat lift included. Tilapla stocked
pond with private island. $705,000. Courtney Boyer,
473-7750 or 286-8208. #556607
MANASOTA KEY BEACHFRONT. Hear the waves every
morning in this fabulous 2BR condominium. Great rental
program. Within walking distance to the Island's restau-
rants & shops. $599,000: Diaine Corcoran, 473-7750 or
266-1426.#540231
SABAL PALM POINT. Beautiful island residential lot
offering the opportunity to build your custom island
home. A private, exclusive site on the north end of Palm
Island. $595,000. Mercedes Skidmore & Susan Gilmore,
473-7750 or 716-5406. #496374


FOR SALE WATERFRONT PROPERTY. Apprommately
10 ace w/ boar basin, ramp. dod permits, sea wall
cleared and ready for resort or condos Prime location or,
Lemon Bay and ICW Oulo. access to Gulf. SR-776 from.
age Near Manasota Key beaches, major retail centers
artractions High growth area. 51600000 Paul Sdhouren.
661-9439or 473-7750 544389
FOR SALE OR LEASE RETAIL CONDO BUILDING. New
8 OO sq ft building zonedCHI Busy 1-75 nierhange in
Venice. 6 units. 1 200 100 0 sq It ielleerir lfor restau-
rar1, bar/gnil or retail Units can be purchased lfor
516500 PSF or lease tot 514.00 PSF 51,295 000 lorn
Fan, 587-0725 oringdlolp.ll,4T.. .94.#3436!9r .
FOR SALE VACANT LAND. Manasota Key Build your
dream home in ihib charming beach community near
restaurants shop Prime location with quid access to
Gulf via Lemon Bay/KW. $399,000. Adjacent p pertoes
improved with rental units also available. ed-break-
fast or resort potential Paul Schouten, 6619439 or
473-7750. 559331


ENGLEWOOD. Directly on Lemon Bay & ICW, this
home is situated In Eagle Preserve, a,private gated
community within a short distance to Boca Grande &
shopping. $525,000. Jeanne Corbin, 473-7750 or
468-4743. #552567
BOCA ROYALE GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB. Enjoy the
Florida lifestyle in this fabulous home. Relax in your
heated pool overlooking Dominica Pond. Features 3BRs
& many extras. $499,900. Karen Willamson, 473-7750
or941-286-5411. #560541
GREAT LOCATION. Set on deep Water, just minutes to
Stump Pass, the Gulf & ICW with no bridges. New
homes being built on the block. A boater's paradise &
investment opportunity. $449,900. Jim & Darlene Beck,
473-7750 or 223-9073. #537104
WATERFRONT ENGLEWOOD HOME completely updated
with tile throughout. Enjoy great sunset views from the
pool & deck. All newer appliances, roof & a/c. $449,000.
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Pool, spa, fitness center, clubroom, wine cellars. 2 and
3BR residences and penthouses from 1,323-2,797 sq.
ft. From the $600,000's. 941-955-2955


BEAUTIFUL ENGLEWOOD HOME with newly refinished pool
& waterfall. Set on a double lot with boating accessto the Gulf.
$410,000. LuisCanaveral, 473-7750or492-0784. #548932
WONDERFUL BEACI, GETAWAY. This furnished one-
bedroom is just steps away from the beach. Good
rental history. $375,000. Karen Williamson, 473-7750
or941-286-5411. #495906
EXQUISITE ENGLEWOOD ISLES HOME. Light & bright,
this residence shows like new. Beautiful deed-restricted
community with membership in the Englewood Beach
Club on Manasota Key, just 5. miles away. $299,900. *
Suar, Cilmore 473.7750 or 2-30832 #54681T .
ENGLEWOOD. I spacou' 4BR condominur,,m wilh an
open floor plan & tropical ambiance is located next to a
county nature preserve with lake & greenbelt views.
$270,000. Pam Neer, 473-7750 or 830-0999, #541878
ROTONDA WEST. New construction in Rotonda Heights.
Due to be completed by mid-2007. $264,900. Paul 0'Brien,
473-7750 or 468-7157. #548271
ROTONDA HEIGHTS. Beautiful attached villa on a great
fishing pond, just minutes from beaches & shopping.
$249,900. Paul O'Brien, 473-7750 or 468-7157. #461964
NEW CONSTRUCTION in Rotonda Villas. Features an
open floor plan, 2BRs, one-car garage, & an eat-in
kitchen with breakfast br.,& Corian counters. Close to .
golf & beach. $194,750. Dianne Corcoran, 473-7750 or
266-1426.#558386
FOXWOOD. Detached villa in a 55+ community,
Features all new windows & garage door. Enjoy main-
teriance-free living with heated pool & spa,,tennis, shuf-
fleboard & nature trail. $159,900. Susan Gilmore, 473-
7750 or 223-0832. #556147
ROTONDA WEST. Growing community with many cus-
tom home builders to choose from. Build now or invest in.
your property and build later. Close to Boca Grandesp-'L
ping, and Lemon Bay. $69,900. John & Margo GrimslsAw>-
473-7750 or 457-2612. 4523079
ROTONDA WEST WHITE MARSH. Enjoy the peaceful
& tranquil lifestyle that only Rotonda can offer. Build
your dream home on this oversized comer lot. Close.to
golf, shopping & restaurant. 569,000, Toby Delbridge,
473-7750or 320-6360. 553447
ENGLEWOOD LOT. Cleared, scrub jay-free lot ready to
build your dream home. Close to Englewood Beach.
$55,000. John Miranda, 473-7750 or 587-0346.4 543926
VACANT LAND. East Englewood location to build
your new home, Only minutes to shopping, restau-
rants and the beaches, Located in a high-growth
area. $44,000. John & Margo Grimshaw, 473-7750 or
457-2612. 1538202
PIE-SHAPED LOT In Rotonda Meadows. Loat next door
also available. Close to beaches, Lemon Bay, restauntnts &
shopping. $38,500. John & Margo Gimshaw,473-750 or
457-2612. S44916
ROTONDA VILLAS 3 lots together available for $29,000
each. Central water & sewer. Convenient to area golf &
marinas, Boca Grande & the barrier islands, $29,000,
Sharon Andres, 473-7750 or 468-9897, #544718


SOUTH GULF COVE. Immaculate Newport-built modified
Picasso model on a 19,000-sq.-ft. lot with 186' of seawall.
Beautiful view of wide canal from almost every room.
$669,000. Bill Paulsen, 473-7750 or 662-0392. #53127
ATWATER NORTH PORT. Exceptional custom-built
home with 160' of waterfront on the desirable Coco
Plum Waterway. Features 3BRs, bonus room & separate
guest quarters. $393,000. Don Mullan, 423-3300 or
445-2072. #679221
PORT CHARLOTTE. Penrieci f a large family. rhi 4BR
I-Car garage home i, nea a part Shhe Saitay.rig
Waierw'y. O340,000 Vei.)n.' Anderson, 47'3.7750 or
628-3964. #547785
BOBCAT TRAIL Set in a spectacular golf course com-
munity, this never lived-in home offers 3BRs, deco lighting,
ceramic tile & barrel tile roof. $320,900. Tammy Vaughn,
423-3300 or 628-6768. #676875
NORTH PORT SABAL TRACE. Beautiful and spacious
3BR golf course villa at Sabal Trace. Great golf course
views. Open, split floor plan. Peaceful setting in a private
gated community. $255,000. Sharon Andres, 473-7750
or 468-9897. #538851
WARM MINERAL SPRINGS. Great 38R Talon pay home
with lake view, office/den, patio & updated kitchen with
Corian counters. Community offers dubhouse, pool &
canoe launch to Myakka River. $239,000.Tammyyaughn,
423-3300 or 628-6768.4674839,
NORTH PORT. Beautiful, new, canal-front, custom-built
home in a great area of North Port. Many upgrades &
room for a pool. $229,900. Paul O'Brien, 473-7750 ot
468-7157. #540857
PoRTICHARLTr. Beautiful custom he in a g am of
newer resitdenms. Close to shopping, schools & Restaiuants,
$229,900 Paul O'e,473-7750 oir46-7157.#SOMM
FANTASTIC 3BR, 2-car garage home with pool
Windetiere Homes Maplewood l model built in 2003.
Neutral throughout with a pavered lanai &
area. $225,000. Denise Mattmuller .
232-8055.363892
SABAL TRACE, Oveooing a preserve with late, thit
furished, 2006, 3, I2n flow unit offers aeed
poolt dubhouse & fttness enter Walking distance t
shopping & dt ennis courts $219,900. Don Mullan,
423-3300 or 445-207n. #ssM
JOCKEY CLUB. Elegant well-maintained 38 home on
city water & sewer with a well for irrigation. Great loca-
tion ose to shopping & schools. 139,900 Don Mullan,
423-3300 or 445207 676583
LARGE NORTH PORT LOT. Abte to be subdivided. New
homes being built on the street. $134,900. Jason Theen.
4734750or809-7730. 45528AO
JOCKEY CLUB. Adorable 38R home with newer appli-
ances, patio window & garage door opener. $119,000.
Tamnmy Vaughn, 423-3300 or 2"-768. 681576
WELL-MJNTNED two-bedoom home with lanal Close
to all major highways & shopping. $80,000. John Miranda.
473 7750or 587-0346. #553728
PARTIALLY CLEARED LOT on a freshwater canal.
Located minutes from 1-75 & Port Charlotte Maill.
$49,900. Debi Behnke, 493-2500 or 223-0184. #554830


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INVITATION TO BID

LEGAL Maintenance yard in PG.
Disconnect all plumbing
connections to modular
OT|r | lC E buildings, Kitchen Equip-
M U/NOTICE ^ 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,
walkways, 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 attend
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 car stops 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 ,n tie bidJers lorrr,
mprker pipe. ;, .. of proposal. -
Remove all water piping Bidders may deliver their
( above ground and below proposals to the Construc-
ground). Cap service at tion Manager via FAX,
customer side of back express mail, regular mail
flow preventer, or in person ahead of the
Remove all mulch. stated time for closing ot
Grade site level, free of the bids. The bids will be
ponding, sloped to drain, opened and reviewed in
Install new sod a.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. INVITATION TO BID:
Existing double roll gates Sealed bids for furnishing
on Foote Ave. to remain, all labor and material arid
Remove all concrete performing all work neces
work including:. elevated sary and incidental to the
walkway footings, con- completion of Charlotte
create filled bollards, 4" County Public Schools,
shade shelter slab, side- Charlotte High School-
walks, stoops, flagpole Reconstruction (Phase
foundation, covered walk- 3), will be received by Ajax
way sidewalk and foot- Building Corporation at
ings, dumpster slab, new their office at 1200
Sidewalk at service drive, Cooper St., Punta
NA sign footing, electrical Gorda, FL 33950, until
- .equipment slabs. 1:00 PM local time on
S* Remove skirting and November 9th, 2007,
- sub framing at modular Scope includes: Site Sur-
buildings. vey; Material Testing; Final
S* Remove flagpole and Cleaning; Site Work and
: deliver to CCPS Mainte- Utilities; Landscaping and
nance yard in PG Irrigation; Sport Surface
All Toilet accessories to Systems; Chain Link &
* remain with Modular Build- Ornamental Fencing;
Sings. Selective Demolition; CIP
'* Remove all Fire Extin- Concrete; Masonry; Struc-
"guishers and deliver to tural and Misc. Steel;
CCPS Maintenance yard in Casework; Roofing; Fires
PG. proofing; Doors & Hard-
Remove all Projection ware; Glass & Glazing;
SScreens at each class- Overhead Coiling Doors;
'* room and deliver to CCPS Drywall & Stucco; Hard
Maintenance yard in PG. Tile; Carpet & Resilient
Remove Neil Armstrong Flooring; Acoustical Ceil-
Ssign and deliver to CCPS ings; Painting & Coatings;
Maintenance yard in PG. Wood Sports Flooring;
Remove all Play Ground Epoxy Floor Finish; Miscel-


Equipment, Benches, etc. laneous Specialties; Sig-
and deliver to CCPS Main- nage; Walkway Covers;
tenance yard in PG. Food Service Equipment;
Remove at Kitchen Theater & Stage Equip-
Equipment, Exhaust and ment; Audio/Visual Equip-
Supply Fans ( cover roof ment; Window Treatment;
openings), Exterior Cooler Bleachers, Telescoping;
. and deliver to CCPS main- Fire Protection; Hydraulic
tenance yard, in PG. Elevators; Plumbing;
Remove Fabric shade HVAC with Controls; and
structure deliver to CCPS Electrical with Communi-
maintenance yard in PG cations. Only bidders
Remove metal storage meeting prequalification
shed and deliver to CCPS criteria may bid. Interest-


INVITATION TO BID
ed bidders may request
the Bidder Qualifications
Package by contacting
Dan Kupfer at Ajax Build-
ing Corporation, 1200
Cooper St., Punta Gorda,
FL 33950, by fax at (941)
575-5135, or by e-mail at
dkuofer@ajaxbuildinR.com
. Pre-qualified bidders may
obtain contract docu-
ments starting October
22nd, 2007 from Travis
Reprographics at 6361
Corporate Park Circle, #1,
Fort Myers, FL 33966, byI
providing a refundable
deposit in the amount of
$250. All checks shall be
made payable to Ajax
Building Corporation. No
bid documents will be dis-
tributed within seven (7)
days of date of bid
receipt, each bid must be
accompanied by a Bid
Bond, certified check or
cashier's check in the
amount not less than five
percent (5%) of the total
amount of the base bid.
No bids may be withdrawn
after the scheduled clos-
ing time for receipt of
same for a period of sixty
(60) days. A Pre-Bid meet-
ing is scheduled. for Octo-
ber 29th, 2007, 9:00 AM
local time at Charlotte
County Public Schools -
Transportation Building,
1026 Carmalita St., Punta
Gorda, FL 33950. Ajax
Building Corporation
reserves the right to reject
any and all bids received
and to waive any and all
informalities or irregulari-
ties in regard thereto.
MBE/WBE and local par-
ticipation is strongly
encouraged. Dates are
subject to change. Notice
of change will be given to
Pre-Qualified bidders.
Publish: October 24, 28,
November 4, 2007
253859 1968321'

NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 20th JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT IN AND FOR CHAR-
LOTTE COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO. 06-000912CA
JUDGE: Pellecchia, Donald
Royal West Properties,
Inc., a Florida corporation,
Plaintiff,


NOTICE OF ACTION
Plaintiff,


NOTICE TO CREDITORS
of the personal representative and
the personal representative's attor-


VS. ney are set forth below.
Eleonora Delgado De
Lopez, All creditors of the decedent and
Lpzother persons having claims or
Defendants. demands against decedent's
NOTICE OF ACTION estate, including unmatured, con-
TO: Eleonora Delgado De tingent or unliquidated claims, on
whom a copy of this notice is
Lopez, required to be served must file their
YOUR ARE NOTIFIED that claims with this court WITHIN THE
an action to foreclose a LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER
THE TIME OF THE FIRST PUBLI-
mortgage in rem on real CATION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30
property located in Char- DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SER-
lotte County, Florida, more VICE OF A COPY OF THIS
particularly described as:
Lot 10, Block 965, Port All other creditors of the decedent
Charlotte Section 17, and other persons having claims or
demands against decedent's
according to the Plat estate, including unmatured, con-
thereof, as recorded in tingentorunliquidated claims, must
Plat Book 5, at Page 6, of file their claims with this court
WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE
the Public Records of DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICA-
Charlotte County, Florida. TION OF THIS NOTICE.
Parcel Identification Num- ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED
ber: 0017560-000000-6 WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
has been filed against you
in the Circuit Court of the The date of first publication of this
20th Judicial Circuit, in Notice is October 28, 2007.
and for Charlotte County, Personal Representative:
Florida, and you are Maureen 1. Moore
1475Florida, Hedgewood Circle
required to serve a copy North Port, Florida 34288
of your written defenses
to it, if any, to: Borbolla & Attorney for Personal
Representative:
Fernandez, PA, 7700 N. Rosenkranz Law Firm
Kendall Drive, Suite 705, By: Jack M. Rosenkranz, Esq.
Miami, FL 33156, on or P.O. Box 1999
Tampa, FL 33601
before 30 days after first Telephone: (813)1-223-4195
date of publication Nov. Florida Bar Number: 815152
15, 2007, and file the PUBLISH: October 28, Novem-
original with the Clerk of ber 4, 2007
this Court, at the. Charlotte IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
County Courthouse, Punta SARASOTA COUNTY, FLORIDA
Gorda, Florida, or a PROBATE DIVISION
default will be entered IN RE: ESTATE OF
against you for the relief MARTHA A. GAINES,
demanded in. the Com- Deceased.
plaint. File No. 2007-CP-9650-SC
THIS NOTICE will be pub-
lished once each week for NOTICE TO CREDITORS
S(2) consecutive we The administration of the estate of
two (2) consecutive weeks MARTHA A. GAINES, deceased,
in a newspaper of general File Number 2007-CP-9650-
circulation published in sc, is pending in the Circuit Court
Charlotte County, Florida. for SARASOTA County, Florida,
Charlotte County, Florida Probate Division, the address of
DATED this 11 day of OCT, which is P.O. Box 3079, Saraso-
2007. ta, FL 34230-3079 or 2000
WITN m hand a Main Street, Sarasota, FL
WITNESS my hand and 34236. The name and address of
Seal of this Court on 11 the personal representative and the
Oct, 2007. personal representative's attorney
R ARA T. SCOTT, are set forth below.
BARBARA T. SCOTTAll creditors of the decedent and
CLERK other persons having claims or
CLERK OF THE COURT demands against decedent's
By C. Gallagher estate, including unmatured, con-
By C. Gaagher tingent or unliquidated claims, on
As Deputy Clerk whom a copy of this notice is
NOTE: Pursuant to the Fair served, must'file their claims with
this court WITHIN THE LATER OF
.Debt Collection Practices 3this cONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
Act, you are advised this THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
firm is deemed to be a THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS
debt collector attempting AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE
debt collector attempting OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
to collect ,a debt and any THEM.
information obtained will All other creditors of the decedent
be used for that purposeS. and other persons having claims or
be used for that purposes.demands against decedent's
Publish: October 21, 28; estate, including unmatured, con-
2007 tingent dr unliquidated claims,
mus-su unir cfhi, -ai tfiii mniu- if


vs. 26564,0 1963776
Stella Lopez-Delgado,
Dfen F ants ION NOTICE TO CREDITORS
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: Stella Lopez-Delgado, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
'YOUiI ARE NOTIFIED that SARASOTA COUNTY, FLORIDA
L ARE NOTIFIED that PRBATE DIVISION
-an action to foreclose a PROBATE DIVISION
mortgage in rem on real IN RE: ESTATE OF
property located in Char- MARGARETCATHERINE
lotte County, Florida, more eceaRWNSKI,
particularly described as:
Lot 3, Block 889, Port File No. 2007-CP-012372-NC
Charlotte Section 19, NOTICE TO CREDITORS
according to the Plat The administration of the estate of
thereof, as recorded in MARGARET CATHERINE CER-
Pt Bo a. Pg 9, WINSKI, deceased, whose date of
Plat Book 5, at Page 9, of death was SEPTEMBER 20,
the Public Records of 2007, is pending in the Circuit
Charlotte County, Florida. court for SARASOTA County, Flori
S 1da, Probate Division, the addressof
Parcel Identification Num- which is P.O. Box 3079, Saraso-
ber: 0020066-000000-9 ta, Florida 34230-3079. The
has been filed against you names and addresses of the per-'
sonal representative and the per-
in the Circuit Court of the sonal representative's attorney are
20th Judicial Circuit, in set forth below.
and for Charlotte County, All creditors of the decedent and
Florida, and you are other persons having claims or
required to serve a copy demands against decedent'sestate
of your written defenses on whom a copn of this notice is
*I o i*3ired i.,-.L 'r.,-jrisuit Wie irie,,
to it, if any, to: Borbolla & .,, i .,ir,', .'urt WITHIN THE
Fernandez, PA, 7700 N. LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER
Kendall Drive, Suite 705, THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLI-
CATION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30
Miami, FL 33156, on or DAYS AFTER THE TIMEOF SER-
before 30 days after first VICE OF A COPY OF THIS,
date of publication Nov. NOTICE ON THEM. "
15, 2007, and file the All other creditors of the decedent
original with the Clerk of and other persons having claims or
this Court, at the Charlotte demands against decedent's estate
must file their claims with this court
County Courthouse, Punta WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE
Gorda, Florida, or a DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICA-
default will be entered TION OF THIS NOTICE.
against you for the relief ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN
demanded in the Conm- THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH
plaint. IN SECTION 733.702 OF THE
THIS -NO, .. ll b b FLORIDA PROBATE CODE WILL
THIS NOTICE will be pub- BE FOREVER BARRED.
lished once each week for
two (2) consecutive weeks NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME
.PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE,
in a newspaper of general ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2)
circulation published in YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE
Charlotte County, Florida. DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH
DATED this 11 day of OCT, IS BARRED.
2007. The date of first publication of this
WITNESS my hand and Notice is October 28, 2007.
Seal of this Court on 11 Personal Representative:
Oct, 2007. ThomasJ. Cerwinski
BARBARA T. SCOTT, 328 Eden Drive
CLERK Englewood, Florida 34223
CLERK OF THE COURT Attorney for Personal
By C. Gallagher Representative:
Michael A. Chiantella
As Deputy Clerk Florida Bar No. 0681229
NOTE: Pursuant to the Fair 209 Nassau Street South
Debt Collection Practices Suite 101
Venice, FL 34285
Act, you are advised this Telephone: (9411-488-1779
firm is deemed to be a PUBLISH: October 28, Novem-
debt collector attempting ber 4, 2007
to collect a debt and any IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
information obtained will SARASOTA COUNTY, FLORIDA
information obtained will PROBATE DIVISION
be used for that purposes.
Publish: October 21, 28, IN RE: ESTATE OF,
2007 MARGARETT B. MOORE,
u2007 Deceased.
265640 1963758
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF File No. 2007-CP-012319-NC
THE 20th JUDICIAL CIR- NOTICE TO CREDITORS
CUlT IN AND FOR CHAR- The administration of the estate of
LOTTE COUNTY, FLORIDA MARGARETT B. MOORE,
LOTTE COUNTY FLORIDA deceased, File Number 2007-
CIVIL DIVISION CP-012319-NC, is pending in the
CASE NO. 06-000914CA Circuit Court for SARASOTA Coun-
JUDGE: Pellecchia, Donald ty, Florida, Probate Division, the
address of which is P.O. Box
Royal West Properties, 3079. Sarasota. FL 34230-


Inc., a Florida corporation,


3079. The names and addresses


WITHINIII3 MONTHSC AFTERS THE


NOTICE
FORECLO
mary Final Jud
wit:
LOT 20, BLO
PORT CHARLOT
VISON, SECT
ACCORDING TO
THEREOF, AS I
IN PLAT BOOK
56, OF THE
RECORDS OF C
COUNTY, FLORI
Any person c
interest in the si
the sale, if any,
the property ov
the date of th
dens, must fil
within 60 days
sale
Dated this 16 d
ber, 2007.
BARBARA T. SC
Clerk of the Cir
By: D. Baniak
Deputy Clerk
IN ACCORDAN
THE AMERICA
DISABILITIES
sons with disab
ing a special ac
tion should
COURT ADMIN
at the CHARLO0
Courthouse at,
8771 (TDD) i
955-8770, vi
Relay Service.
Publish: OctobE
2007
105947 196E
IN THE CIRCUIT
AND FOR C
COUNTY, FLOOR
CASE NO: 07-1
hA aftrn T DANK/


IVIM AN'I I DN
Plaintiff,
vs.
EUGENE, S.
DECEASED;
BOCH; RUTH A
PERSONAL RE
TIVE OF THE E
EUGENE S. B
any unknown
devisees, gran
tors, and other
persons or
spouses clai
through and ur
the above-nan


dants,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF
SURE SALE
NOTICE is he
that the under
of the Circuit
Charlotte Coun
will on the 1
December,
11 00nn 1'rrk1


...... ...a m -- no -- :.tI U oLcJLfC
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLIC
TION OF THIS NbTICE. At West door(o
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED lItte County J
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED,. ter, 350 E. Mai
The date of first publication of this
Notice is October 21, 2007. in Punta Gorda
sale and sell at
Personal Representative: cry to the high
DOWDB;DeiTrbidder for cas
Brendan Bradley, Esq. lowing-describe
1460 S. McCall Road, Suite 4-F situate in Char
Englewood, FL 34223
Telephone: (941)-475-2333 ty, Florida:
Facsimile: (941)-475-6106 Lot 7, Block 1
Florida Bar No. 044296 CHARLOTTE
Attorney for Personal
Representative SION, Section
ing to the Pl
PUBLISH: October 21, 28, 2007 recorded in Pl
NOT.... O Pages 4A throw
NOTICELOF the Public R
FORECLOSURE Charlotte Coun
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF pursuant to the
THE 20TH JUDICIAL CIR- ment entered
CUlT, IN AND FOR CHAR- pending ,in sai
LOTTE COUNTY FLORIDA style of which
GENERAL JURISDICTION above.
DIVISION Any person or
CASE NO: 07002124CA ing an interest
DEUTSCHE BANK lIATIONJ. plus, if any, res
AL TRUST COMPANi AS the foreclosure
TRUSTEE than the prop
PLAIlITIFF as of the date
VS. ,, , Pendens, must
FRANCISCA A. DIAZ; on same with t
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF Court within 60
FRANCISCA A. DIAZ IF the foreclosure
ANY; ANY AND ALL WITNESS my
UNKNOWN PARTIES official seal of
CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, this 15th day
UNDER, AND AGAINST 2007.
THE HEREIN NAMED INDI- In accordance
VIDUAL DEFENDANTS(S) Americans Wi
*WHO ARE NOT KNOWN TO ties Act, perso
BE DEAD OR ALIVE, abilities needing
WHETHER SAID accommodatio
UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY pate in this
CLAIM AN INTEREST AS should conta
SPOUSES, HEIRS, Administration
DEVISEES, GRANTEES OR West Olymp
OTHER CLAIMANTS; Gorda, Florid
MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC telephone
REGISTRATION SYSTEMS, 2115, not later
INC.; JOHN DOE AND (7).days prior
JANE DOE AS UNKNOWN ceeding. If
TENANTS IN POSSESSION impaired, (TD
DEFENDANT(S) 955-8771, or
NOTICE OF FORECLO- 800-955-8770
SURE SALE Relay Service.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Barbara T. Sco
pursuant to a Summary CLERK OF TH
Final Judgment of Foreclo- COURT
sure dated Oct. 15, 2007 By: D. Baniak
entered in Civil Case No. Deputy Clerk
07002124CA of the Cir- Publish: Oct
cuit Court of the 20TH November 4, 2
Judicial Circuit in and for 109392 197
CHARLOTTE County, IN THE CIRCUIT
PUNTA GORDA, Florida, I THE 20TH JU
will sell to tie highest and CUlT, IN AND
best bidder for cash at LOTTE COUNT
WEST DOOR at the CHAR- GENERAL JUl
LOTTE County Courthouse DIVISION
located at 350 EAST MAR- CASE NO: 07-4
ION AVENUE in PUNTA SUNTRUST I
GORDA, Florida, at 11:00 INC.
a.m. on the 14 day of PLAINTIFF
November, 2007 the fol- VS.
lowing described property LESLIE A.
as set forth in said Sum- UNKNOWN SP


OF NOTICE OF NOTICE OF
SURE FORECLOSURE FORECLOSURE
gment, to- LESLIE A. DEPPERT IF Front Door of the Char-
ANY; ANY AND ALL lotte County Judicial Cen-
CK 2837, UNKNOWN PARTIES ter, 350 E. Marion Avenue,
TTE SUBDI- CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, Punta Gorda, Florida at
TION 45, UNDER, AND AGAINST Charlotte County, Florida,
) THE PLAT THE HEREIN NAMED INDI- at 11:00 a.m. on the 15th
RECORDED VIDUAL DEFENDANTS) day of November, 2007,
5, AT PAGE WHO ARE NOT KNOWN TO the following described
E PUBLIC BE DEAD OR ALIVE, property as set forth in
HARLOTTE WHETHER SAID said Order or Final Judg-
IDA. UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY ment, to-wit:
claiming an CLAIM AN INTEREST AS LOT 22, BLOCK 552, OF
surplus from SPOUSES, HEIRS, PORT CHARLOTTE SUBDI-
other than DEVISEES, GRANTEES OR VISION, SECTION 13,
owner as of OTHER CLAIMANTS; HAR- ACCORDING TO THE PLAT
ie lis pen- BOUR HEIGHTS CIVIC THEREOF, RECORDED IN
e a claim ASSOCIATION, INC.; PLAT BOOK 5, PAGE 2A
after the MORTGAGE' ELECTRONIC THROUGH 2G, OF THE
REGISTRATION SYSTEMS, PUBLIC RECORDS OF
lay of Octo- INC.; JOHN DOE AND CHARLOTTE COUNTY,
JANE DOE AS UNKNOWN FLORIDA.
,OTT TENANTS IN POSSES- ANY PERSON CLAIMING
cuit Court SION. AN INTEREST IN THE SUR-
DEFENDANT(S) PLUS FROM THE SALE, IF
NOTICE OF FORECLO- ANY, OTHER THAN THE
NCE WITH SURE SALE PROPERTY'OWNER AS OF
ANS WITH NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THE DATE OF THE LIS
ACT, per- pursuant to a Summary PENDENS MUST FILE A
ilities need- Finpl Judgment of Foreclo- CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS
ccommoda- sure dated Oct 15, 2007 AFTER THE SALE.
contact entered in Civil Case No. In accordance with the
ISTRATION, 07-418CA of the Circuit Americans with Disabilities
TTE County Court of the 20TH Judicial Act of 1990, persons
1-800-955- Circuit in and for CHAR- needing special accom-
OR 1-800- LOTTE County, PUNTA modation to participate in
ia Florida GORDA, Florida, I will sell this proceeding, you are
to the highest and best entitled, at no cost to you,
er 21, 28, bidder for cash at THE to the provision of certain
WEST DOOR at the CHAR- assistance. Please .con-
6723 LOTTE County Courthouse tact the Administrative
T COURT IN located at 350 EAST MAR, Services Manager whose
HARLOTTE 1ION AVE. in PUNTA office is located at 350 E.
IDA GORDA, Florida, at 11:00 Marion Ave, Punta'Gorda,
557-CA a.m. on, the 14 day of FL 33950; and whose
November, 2007 the fol- telephone number is (941)
Slowing described property 637-2281, within two
as set forth in said Sum- working days of your
BOCH, mary Final Judgment, to- receipt of this notice; if
RUTH A wit: you are hearing or voice
BOC H,AS LOT 11 AND 12, BLOCK impaired, call 1-800-955-
PRESENTA- 135, SECTION 4 8771.
ESTATE OF (REVISED), PART 3, HAR- DATED at Punta Gorda,
ETAT,,a d BOUR HEIGHTS SUBDIVI- Florida, on Oct 18, 2007.
OuC, an SION, A SUBDIVISION BARBARA SCOTT
vn heirs, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT As Clerk, Circuit Court
tees, credi- THEREOF, AS RECORDED By: D. Baniak
ar unknown IN PLAT BOOK 3, PAGE As Deputy Clerk
unknown 80A, OF THE PUBLIC Publish: October 21, 28,
timing by, RECORDS OF CHARLOTTE 2007
nder any o COUNTY, FLORIDA. 105230 1967039
ed Defen- Any person claiming an
interest in the surplus from IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
FORECLO the sale, if any, other than THE TWENTIETH JUDICIAL
FORECLO-the property owner as of CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
S the date of the lis pen- CHARLOTTE COUNTY,
reby given dens, must file a claim FLORIDA.
signed Clerk within 60 days after the CIVIL ACTION
SCourt of sale. CASE NO. 2007-1061-GA
ty, Florida, Dated this 16 day of Octo- DIVISION-
10 day of ber, 2007. INDYMAC BANK F.S.B. AS
2007, at BARBARA T. SCOTT TRUSTEE UNDER THE
.M at r-he Clerk ol the Circuit Court, POOLING AND SERVICING
of the Chr Baniak AGREEMENT SERIES LXS
ustce LCn. -; .2
UStee. Deputy Clerk 2005-7N,
rin Avenue IN ACCORDANCE WITH Plaintiff,
a, offerfor THE AMERICANS WITH vs.
t public out- DISABILITIES ACT, per- MICHAEL S. ROSS, et al,
st anthe fbestl- sons with disabilities need- Defendant(s). .
shd propertythe fl- ing a special accommoda- NOTICE OF FORECLO-
d property tion should contact SURE SALE
lotte Coun- COURT ADMINISTRATION, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
at the CHARLOTTE County pursuant to a Final Judg-
529, PORT Courthouse at 1-800- ment of Mortgage Foreclo-
SUBDIVI- 955-8771 (TDD) or 1-800- sure dated October 15,
15, accord- 955-8770, via Florida 2007 and entered in Case
at stereo Relay Service. No. 2007-1061-CA of the
at Book 5o Publish: October 21, 28, Circuit Court of the TWEN-
ugh 4E, o2007 TIETH Judicial Circuit in
recordss of 105947 1966714 and for CHARLOTTE Coun-
ityna, FlorJudg IN THE CIRCUIT COURT ty, Florida wherein INDY-
Final Judg- IN THE ase FOR CHARLOTTE COUN- MAC BANK F.S.B. AS
in a case TY, FLORIDA. CIVIL DIV TRUSTEE UNDER- THE
is indiCourt, the SION POOLING AND SERVICING
is indicated SE NO. AGREEMENT SERIES LXS
cl 082007CAS 01798XXXXX 2005-7N, is the Plaintiff
entity claim- 082007CA00X 1798XX and MICHAEL S. ROSS;
tin the sur-om BANK OF NEW YORK AS NANCY ROSS; INDYMAC
saleing other TRUSTEE FOR THE CER- BANK, F.S.B.; are the
eralty ownther TIFICATEHOLDERS Defendants, I will sell to
of the Lis CWABS, INC. ASSET- the highest and best bid-
t file a claim BACKED CERTIFICATES der for cash at CHAR-
fiCleraclaim SERIES 2006R.L, LOTTE COUNTY JUSTICE
heydays aftClerk oPlaintiff, CENTER, 350 EAST MARI-
days after aS ON AVENUE, PUNTA
hand and JAMES JAY BARTMAN, et GORDA, FLORIDA at
hand Court al., 11:00AM, on the 13th day
said Court Defendant of November, 2007, the
o Oc NOTICE OF SALE following described prop-
Swith the PURSUANT TO CHAPTER erty as set forth in said
th Disabilie 45 Final Judgment:
ns with dis- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN LOT 8, BLOCK 334, OF
g a special pursuant to an Order or PUNTA GORDA ISLES,
g a speartcial Summary Final Judgment SECTION SIXTEEN,
n to partici- of foreclosure dated Octo- ACCORDING TO THE PLAT
preceding t Court ber 15, 2007, and THEREOF RECORDED IN
at 116ourt entered in Case No. PLAT BOOK 8, PAGE 27-A
ia Punta116 082007CA001798XXXXX THROUGH 27-0, OF THE
ia 33950, X of the Circuit Coirt in PUBLIC RECORDS OF
( 33950'41)637- and for Charlotte County, CHARLOTTE COUNTY,
Sthan seven1)637 Florida, wherein BANK OF FLORIDA.
t tha pvn NEW YORK AS TRUSTEE A/K/A 16086 CORUNA
to the pro- FOR THE CERTIFICATE- COURT, PUNTA GORDA,
Shearing HOLDERS CWABS, INC. FL 33955
D) 1-800- ASSET-BACKED CERTIFI- Any person claiming an
voice (V) 1- CATES, SERIES 2006-8 is interest in the surplus from
via Florida Plaintiff and JAMES JAY the sale, if any, other than
BARTMAN; PATRICIA the property owner as of
tE CIRCUIT BARTMAN; MORTGAGE the date of the Lis Pen-
E RUI ELECTRONIC REGISTRA- dens must file a claim


tober 28,
2007
0283
COURT OF
DICIAL CIR-
FOR CHAR-
Y, FLORIDA
RISDICTION

418CA
MORTGAGE



DEPPERT;
POUSE OF


TION SYSTEMS, INC., AS within sixty (60) days after
NOMINEE FOR NEWPRIME the sale.
HOME LOANS, LLC; WITNESS MY HAND and
UNKNOWN TENANT NO. the seal of this Court on
1; UNKNOWN TENANT October 17, 2007.
NO. 2; and ALL Barbara T. Scott
UNKNOWN PARTIES Clerk of the Circuit Court
CLAIMING INTERESTS BY, By: D. Baniak
THROUGH, UNDER OR Deputy Clerk
AGAINST A NAMED In accordance with the
DEFENDANT TO THIS Americans with Disabilities
ACTION, OR HAVING OR Act, persons needing a
CLAIMING TO HAVE ANY special accommodation to
RIGHT, TITLE OR INTER- participate in this proceed-
EST IN THE PROPERTY ing should contact the
HEREIN DESCRIBED, are Deputy Court Administra-
Defendants, I will sell to tor whose office is located
the highest and best bid- at 116 West Olympia
der for cash at at the West Avenue, Punta Gorda,


NOTICE OF
FORECLOSURE
Florida 33950, telephone
number (813) 637-2281;
1-800-955-8771 (TDD), on
1-800-955-8770 (v), via
Florida Relay Service, not
later than seven (7) days
prior to this proceeding
Publish: October 21, 28,
2007
234766 1966701

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.,
Defendant(s).,
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 Iber for cash in the
CHAREOTTE 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
11:00 a.m. on the 15 day
of November, 2007, the
following described prop-
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







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entered in Case No. telephone number is
082007CA00227OXXXXX (941)637-2281, within
X of the Circuit Court in tow working days of your
and for Charlotte County, receipt of this notice; if
Florida, wherein BANK OF you are hearing or voice
NEW YORK, AS TRUSTEE impaired, call 1-800-955-
FOR THE CERTIFICATE- 8771.


ANY, OTHER THAN THE HOLDERS CW ABS, INC. DATED at Punta Gorda,
PROPERTY OWNER AS OF ASSET-BACKED CERTIFI- Florida, on November 19,
THE DATE OF THE LIS CATES, SERIES 2006-5 is 2007.
PENDENS MUST FILE A Plaintiff and Thomas M. BARBARA SCOTT
CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS Shafer A/k/a Thomas N. As Clerk, Circuit Court
AFTER THE SALE. Shafer; Unknown Tenant By: D. Baniak
In accordance with the no. 1; Unknown Tenant As Deputy Clerk
Americans with Disabilities No. 2; and All Unknown Publish: October 21, 28,
Act of 1990, persons Parties Claiming Interests 2007
needing special accom- By, Through, under or 105230 1967113
modation to participate in Against A Named Defen- /
this proceeding, you are dant to this Action, or Hav- WORKSHOPS
entitled, at no cost to you, ing or Claiming to Have
to the provision of certain Any Right, Title or Interest NOTICE OF PUBLIC
assistance. Please con- in the Property Herein WORKSHOP
tact the Administrative Described are Defen- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
Services Manager whose dants, I will sell to the high- THAT A PUBLIC WORK-
office is located at 350 E. est and best bidder for SHOP WILL BE CONDUCT-
Marion Ave, Punta Gorda, cash at at the West Front ED BY THE CHARLOTTE
FL 33950, and whose Door of the Charlotte COUNTY UTILITIES STAFF
telephone number is County Judicial Center, ON YEAR ROUND WATER
(941)637-2281, within 350 E. Marion Avenue, CONSERVATION MEA-
two working days of your Punta Gorda, Florida at SURES AND LANDSCAPE
receipt of this notice; if Charlotte County, Florida, AND IRRIGATION REQUIRE-
you are hearing or voice at 11:00 a.m. on the 16 MENT ORDINANCES. SAID
impaired, call 1-800-955- day of November, 2007, PUBLIC WORKSHOP WILL
8771. the following described BE CONDUCTED ON MON-
DATED at Punta Gorda, property as set forth in DAY, NOVEMBER 5, 2007
Florida, on October 18, said Order or Final Judg- AT 6:00 P.M., OR AS
2007. ment, to-wit: SOON THEREAFTER AS
BARBARA SCOTT LOT 31, BLOCK 852, THE MATTER MAY BE
As Clerk, Circuit Court PORT CHARLOTTE SUBDI- HEARD DURING THE
By: D. Baniak VISION, SECTION 34, A ORDERLY COURSE OF
As Deputy Clerk SUBDIVISION ACCORDING ACTION. THE PUBLIC
Publish: October 21, 28, TO THE PLAT THEREOF, WORKSHOP WILL BE CON-
2007 AS RECORDED IN PLAT DUCTED IN THE COMMIS-
105230 1967091 BOOK 5, PAGES 38A SIONER'S CHAMBERS,
THRU 38H, INCLUSIVE, OF ROOM 119, IN THE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF ADMINISTRATION BUILD-
FOR CHARLOTTE COUN- CHARLOTTE COUNTY, ING, 18500 MUDOCK CIR-
TY, FLORIDA. FLORIDA. CLE, PORT CHARLOTTE,
CIVIL DIVISION -ANY PERSON CLAIMING FLORIDA: ALL PARTIES IN
CASE NO. AN INTEREST IN THE SUR- INTEREST ARE INVITED
082007CA00227OXXXXX PLUS FROM THE SALE, IF TO ATTEND AND BE
x ANY, OTHER THAN, THE HEARD, OR FILE A WRIT-
BANK OF NEW YORK, AS PROPERTY OWNER AS OF TEN STATEMENT.
TRUSTEE FOR THE CER- THE DATE OF T1HE LIS Landscape and Irrigation
TIFICATEHOLDERS CW PENDENS MUST FILE A Requirements Ordinance
ABS, INC. ASSET-BACKED CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS Adopting Florida Yard
CERTIFICATES, SERIES AFTER THE SALE. and Neighborhoods
2006-5, In accordance with the Resourceful Landscape
Plaintiff, Americans with Disabilities Planning
vs. Act of 1990, persons Water Efficient Irrigation
THOMAS M. SHAFER needing special accom- Maintenance of Irriga-
A/K/A THOMAS N. modation to participate in tion Systems to Promote
SHAFER, et al., this proceeding, you are Conservation
Defendants. entitled, at no cost to you, Year Round Water Conser-
NOTICE OF SALE PUR- to the provision of certain vation Measures
SUANT TO CHAPTER 45 assistance. Please con- Adopting Charlotte
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tact the Administrative County Year-Round Water
pursuant to an Order of Services Manager whose Conservation Measures
Summary Final Judgment office is located at 350 E. Year Round Water
of foreclosure dated Octo- Marion Ave, Punta Gorda, Restriction Schedule for
ber 15, 2007, and FL 33950, and whose Potable (Drinking) Water


NOTICE OF SALE
39A TO 39H INCLUSIVE,
IN THE PUBLIC RECORDS
OF CHARLOTTE COUNTY,
FLORIDA.
ANY PERSON CLAIMING
AN INTEREST IN THE SUR-
PLUS FROM THE SALE, IF


Usage
* Year Round Water
Restriction Schedule for
Non Potable (Private Well,
Canal) Water Usage
* Penalties for Violation of
Year Round Water Conser-
vation Measures
-s- Steve Lawrence, Water
Conservationist
P.O. #
Publish: October 26
through November 4,
2007
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A lovely 3/2/2 locat-
ed in a quiet neighbor-
hood. Greatroom, split
plan, lanai and newer
appliances. Priced to
sell. $154,900. N. on
41, R. on Sumter, R.
on Cazes, R. on
Abbotsford.

12PM 4PM
3311 Jessica Ter.
Preserve sailboat
waterfront -
3BD/2BA/2CG, family
rm., frpl., pool, spa,
dock, lift $399,900 +
extra lot for $99,900.,
Gulf access. 776 or
Edgewater to Flamin-
go. Jessica at
Flamingo bridge.
www.openhouse.com

OPEN SUNDAY 12-3

7524 PON KAN
BURNT STORE
MEADOWS

Come & Visit Today! This
immaculate & well-cared
for home. Spacious
Great room floor plan
with 3/ 2.5 baths. Mas-
ter Bdrm, includes
walk-in closets & sump-
tuous Bath with glass
'block wall, separate
shower & soaking tub.
Second bath is
enhanced by a large
enclosed private terrari-
um. Kitchen features
custom cabinetry &
upgraded appliances.
Screened lanai with
pool, pool bath & out-
door shower. Complete
this already perfect
home. $329,900
MLS# 682452
www.7524ponkan.com

PAT WALKER
941-276-4674
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Super shape $149,800
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941-380-7341
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1019 CAPE
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27 CADDY RD. Lease Opt.
Pool on canal. 3/2/1
w/fam. rm. New carpet.
AC, windows replaced.
Built 1972. 2495 SF
$198,500.
269-276-0746

1020 HOUSES FOR
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$180,000 3/2/2
1777 sq/ft underair
941 270 2402
3/2/2. nice corner lot
w/extra lot.
$162,000 obo. Owner
must sell NOW.!!
(775)-690-5332


1022 ENGLEWOOD
FOR SALE
1/1 RIVERHOUSE CONDO
Furnished. $95,900 The
Verity Team Century 21
Almar 941-268-1930
229 Bunker Rd. Newer
3/2/2, Pool, Canal, Nice.
$244K
239 Spring Dr. New,
Huge, 3/2/3, Pool, 17K
sq.ft. Corner lot. Owner
financing. $339K.
198 Annapolis 3/2/2
Pool, Canal, Nice! $194K
Terry Long
941-474-2897 Ext 127
RE/MAX Bayside
5307 Early Terrace
3/2/3 WATERFRONT Pool
Home w/Gulf Access,
$379K
2067 Omega Ct North
Port Newer 3/2/2, Pool,
Cul-De-Sac $199K
Englewood Area Lots
$9000 $142,000.
Terry Long
941-474-2897 Ext 127
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6432 Thorman Newer
3/2/2 w/POOL. $199K
7424 Quarry 3/2/2
Pool. Hurricane Shutters -
$199,900
62 Golfview Rd.
Updated 4/2/2, Pool,
New Roof, $210K.
Terry Long
941-474-2897 Ext 127
RE/MAX Bayside
820 E. 5th St. Large 3
or 4 Bedroom with Water
& Sewer. $178K
9404 El CAMPO 3/2/2
New Roof, $149K.
351 E. DEARBORN -
Updated 3BR on 2 Lots,
Water & Sewer! $149K
Terry Long
941-474-2897 Ext 127
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1022 ENGLEWOOD
FOR SALE
BEAUTIFUL NEW
3BR/2Ba/2cg, All tile,
alarms, completely
equipped and more.
$265k (941)-234-5008
BEAUTIFUL NEW
3BR/2Ba/2cg, All tile,
alarms, completely
equipped and more.
$265k (941)-234-5008
Distress Sale
5/3 canal home
Dudley Kearney743-6984
Gulf Access Homes Team
Downtown, nearly 1/2
acre. $194,900
Call Diane L. Deily
at Integrity Real
Estate of FL Inc.
(800) 785-9555
E.Englewood BRAND NEW
2/2/1 condo $139,900.
The Verity Team Century 21
Almar 941-268-1930
For sale by owner,
2BR/2BR pool hm, 2 lots,
Koi pond, landscaped,
(941)4734836



FSBO, Pvt. Wooded, l+ac,
1.3 mi. to Manasota Bch
& Launch, 3br/2ba/6cg
w/ loft storage, 2150sf,
14' vaulted ceils, 3 lofts,
spiral stairs, F/P, updated,
appli IncI, french drs, open
to 14'x28' pool w/ high
cage, 40'x60' lanai, non
deed restrict, REDUCED
to $399.900. PRICE VERY
NEG. 941-815-0595 Take
776 to Overbrook Rd, 1
mi. down to Bridge St.
Turn R, 2nd House on R.
GULF COVE 3BR/2BA/
Cprt, fenced, tile, recent
remodel, $133,500.
Offers considered, Lease/
Option OK. 772-359-6584
NEED A MORTGAGE?
No Money Down
Call Kazwell
(941)-625-0015
Waterfront off of Lemon
Bay, 3BR/2BA, office,
fully furn., set up as a
vacation rental w/4 web-
sites already estab-
lished. 2 car oversized
garage, swimming pool,
boat 'dock & lift, fish
cleaning station. OWNER
MUST SELL! 852 E. 6th
St., EngI $250,000 obo
(775)-690-5332
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LOCATION LOCATION
2br/1ba/1cg w/Ig.fenced
yard, under $200k Close to
everything. Laura Rusk
(941)-716-7069
ReMax Effort Realty

1024 NORTH PORT







W1440)-915-5255
FSBO New 3/2/2 w/den,
lanai, over 2,100sf. under
air, exc., floor plan, must
sell. $195,000. Financing
avail. No realtors please.
(561)-248-0458
1 large Foreclosure!
4 Bedlonm $193,900!
2 Story Hnei Brand New!
Over 2100 Sq/Ft
View it at www.viewhomesto-
day.net under foreclosures
Many foreclosures to choose
from! 1759 Kew Gardens,
North Port 4BR/2BA/2CG
$89,000! View it at
www.viewhomestoday.net
Under fixer-uppers or
Call Paul direct at F
1-888809-1500
RE/MAX PALM REALTY

1680SF LIVING
2 YEARS NEW
GREAT SHAPE
EXCELLENT AREA
$149,900
(941)-725-1355
3/2/2 2648 Parlay Ln.
2005, Many extras, See
Online @buyowner.com t
#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,
l 75 & shopping,
wood/tile floors, alarm
system, all appliances,
kitchen/tile backsplash.
A STEAL AT $139,900!'
'4537 Sunburst Ave.
(941-769-3659
Attention Investors
Starter Home
2/1.5 w/fam. rm.,
newer roof, fenced
yard, custom remod-
eled, home warranty,
walking distance to
everything!! Immaculate
& move in ready.
$129,900
Gail Collins
941. 426-8965
1-800452-8681
Prudential FL WCI Rity
Brand New North Port
Townhouse, 3/2.5/lcg,
Lakeside Plantation, Many
Upgrades, Mortgage
Assistance $134,900
Reasonable Offers Con- .
sidered.(941)-284-3051"
New High Quality
Homes For Sale
2 to choose from
Heaton Terr,
$159,900 Woodland
Construction
941-232-0636 for
appt

FREE INSURANCE
SELLER pays 1st year
HOME OWNERS INSUR-
ANCE. 2002 big pool
home on fresh canal.
Lots of room for family
or entertaining. 3/2/2
+fam. rm., fenced yard.
$289,900
S.Gail Collins
941- 426-8965
1-800-452-8681
Prudential FL WCI RIty
FSBO Lease Opt. or Trade
3/2/2, O/S Crnr Lot, lyr old,
6010 Ganyard Ave, Price
Nego.. Very Motived Sellers!
941-484-2060.








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MASADA HOMES spec
1829 New London St.
1685 living area 3/2/2.
Many upgrades, pool
package avail. 941-625-
9065 or 941- 979-8773.


1024 NORTH PORT



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N. Port, 3BR 2BA with
bonus room upgrades,
on private lot:$229,500.
Call 772-287-1614
NEED A MORTGAGE?
100% Investor Financ-
ing
Call Kazwell
(941)-625-0015
North Port home Propety
3 units bring in $1,300, Fuly
occupied, tumkey, ouer
$400 cash flow per monrh
See pictures &financdas. at
wwwJa.arbomnsnet
$110QODem941-8759023
Port Charlotte Condo
Comment: Heritage Oaks
Condo. Ground floor 2/2.
Best price in complex.
$124,900 Call Ellen
McCarthy 628-6954
McCarthy Realty
RENT or OWN
NEW 4/2/2, 2000sf,
$1190.1st &sec. IMMED
OCCUPANCY 941-504-2995
TOTALLY remodeled, 3
bedrm pool home.
$121,000. Show-N-Sell
Realty (941)-661-6820

1025 PT CHAR
FOR SALE

"SEE
FORECLOSURES"
www.floridagulfac-
cesshomes.com
192 SHORT SALES!
Down payment ,
assistance. See if you
qualify
629-5590/888-775-0577
www.gulfaccesshomes.c
Gulf Access Homes Inc.
'3/2, large-lot, rprhod-
e/ Qbod tnant in
Place a O 0rioAe
:,$il9,OQ, obp., Owner
,- must .ell NOW1r
,(775)6 5332

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2 '1, 22357 Midway Blvd.
large yard & lanai, remod
eled. Must sell ASAP.
$85,000. (305)-205-4602
2hr/lba + office, newer
roof/ywad &teae. Tie
floor berry care Just
paid inside & oaout, la y
room. See picturesat
www.Jaxhansnet
21067 GlacIs Avenue
$65,000 (941875-9023
3/1, Large lanai. New
paint inside & out. Every-
thing new! Move in cond!
$92,000. (941)-457-7077'
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3/2 BLOCK home 12077
Warden Ave, Gulf Cove
area. Like new cond.
$128,000 941-628-3934
,3br/2ba' New' Home, Near,
Schools. $149,900.
Financing Avail. 941-955-
1003 or 941-206-6000
3BR2BA/1CG, 21511
Kenem Ave. Al redone
hide, newrf, cetralair
Ileflbcns, upgraded doors.
c home ,FL orm.
$125,000 (941)-875.9023
4bed/2ba/2cg, w/pool,
fenced back yard, Irg., fam-
ily room. Pay off $168K.
(941)-626-9801
BARGAIN HOME!!
Unfinished Concrete
Shell, 23156 Lark Ave,
$80,000. obo Call
Albert 941-629-2558
or 941-628-2883
' BRAND NEW Masada
Homes spec.Sec 15 184
Harrisburg St. 2298 living
area 3/2.5/2 w/many
upgrades. Call 941-625-
9065 or 941- 979-8773.


Cash flowDuplex $300 +
per mo. 3/1 each side.
Total income $1,390.
$125,000.
See pictures &inacindals @
wwwJandbarons.net
21307-21311 Coulton Ave.
941-875023
Deep Creek, 3,800 sq.
ft. under air, w/full
Mother-in-Law apt. 3
car garage, htd. pool.
complete luxury reno-
vation. Shows as new
(941)-286-7347


1025 PT CHAR 1026 PUNTA GORDA
FOR SALE FOR SALE
Distress Sale $189K
5BR Pool Home / OPEN -
Dudley Kearney743-6984 HOUSE..
Gulf Access Homes Team UNDAY 1-5PM
17268 BUTTERNI CT
DISTRESSED : BURNTSTORE
"3000 sq ft" 4-5 bed LAKES
3 1/2 bth new in 06
Short Sale New.lome in Punta
$229,900 Gorda,-
Down Payment This 3/2 spacious
Assistance call,for lome is minutes
details from Golf .courses,
629-5590/888-775-0577
www.gulfaccesshomes.c famous Burnt Store
uom Marina (public boat
Gulf Access Homes Inc. launched) and beach-
es. Offers a large lot,
Gorgeous! 2/2, Grg, 2 cat garage, sprir-
Big Yard. No qual. kler and alarm sys-
Owner Finance! $139K. temr. Over 1800sfliv-
(561)-352-3010 ing. $189,900 .
MASADA HOMES model 941-223-81~
w/lease back. Sec 15, N
477 Loveland Blvd. 2061 *PG ISLES WATERFRONT All
living area 3/2/2 w/ new Top- bottom 3/2/2
upgraded pool. 941-625- $359,000. obo. Must sell!
9065 or 941- 979-8773. Cell #561-389-3189.
NEED A MORTGAGE? PGI 3/2.5/2, POOL, dock,
1st Time Home Buyers lift. Furniture optional.
Call Kazwell Appts. phone 941-639-
(941)-625-0015 4261 or 941-639-1086.
New 3/2 House, $159K 1027 SOUTH VENICE
Owner will finance. Real
Estate Broker Jack FOR SALE
Porter (239)-860-0577 .
GRlAt FLOOR.ILAN,
NICE HOMES UNDER 28Rw v.ful batlb,
$125,000 farfilly rpom,lnslte
Not fixer uppers! ifility. Terrific rental
Free list with photos. or 1t time.buyed You
800-421-0394 #2008 can be happy here!
pam sperry remaipalm $152,500 941-486-
9037
PC 2/2 Salt Waterfront
Worth $280K
502 E. Tarpon 1028 VENICE FOR SALE
$149,900 S163K VENICE E,
941-626-3230 3/2/1.5 & $159K VENICE
Condo, nicely decor, all te
PC 3/2 Salt Waterfront
Worth $280K
168 Barre $139,900
941-626-3230

PC Pool Home, 2/2/
cg, Assume Mort-
gage w/ $5000 Down
Pyts $992/No Closing
costs. 20392 Calder
Ave 941-626-6600
REDUCED Jacaranda Pool hm
2/1/1.5 carport, plus 923 E. Kathy Ct., @ unbe-
16x20 addition, large lieveable $225,000
fenced yard. 4410 Conway The Verty Team Century
Blvd. $55,000. 941-255- 21 Almar 941-268-1930
3169/941-286-3273 VENICE GARDENS, 2/2/2,
Renovated 3/1 lanai, cust. 2438sf, Much new, city
cab. NEW: roof, firs, kit. water, Great house!
appl, boxed shed $147K. Needs shrubs" $159K
Fnan 5%. 941- 629-6329 941-408-2300
S. Gulf Cove, 3/2.5/3, tile,
carpet, Corian, 2,800 sf. Venice- Steal my home
a/c, S.S. appl. huge yard. 4BR/2Bath/1cg
(941)-628-3252 $149,900


1026 PUNTA GORDA
FOR SALE
100% Owner Financing.
$1,000/dn, 38R/1BA +
office & carport central ar,
new widows, monthly pay-
mert $1,255, tax &ins.
hcL 5 yr tenmn, $152,000
1018Ansin St.
See picts &financials @
www.landbaronsjet
941-875-9023
2/2/2 located in Charlotte
Park, open fir plan, over
1500sf, huge garage. Owner
Relocating due to health.
$129,900 (941)426-0040
2BR/2BA each side, cerral
a,teifloMorsfyoccpied.L
Tota rents $1,300.
2723827242&SnrnybloakRd
$145,000 (941875-023



Sat., Nov. 3rd, 12 Noon
11278 OeCOr Punta Gorda
3/2 HOME BLT.2000
Large Corner Lot
Absolute, No minimum


Brand hew 3/2/2, Burnt
Store Village. Only
.$198,000
(239)-253-5313
By Owner, 2300 SF, 3/3/3,
built '04, 110x200 lot,
granite, cherry cab.,
pool/cage, $399,900.
440-328-5491
BUY IT!
SELL IT!
FIND IT!
SUN CLASSIFIED!
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!
$160,000. W/O realtor
call 760-271-8400


849 Mangrove Rd
941-926-0022

1029 SARASOTA
FOR SALE
ADULTS UNDER 55 OK
FOR THIS UNITr!!!
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 REALLY GROUP
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 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
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


1029 SARASOTA
FOR SALE
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.
Compl. 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, compl.
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


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Luxurious Fresh waterfront,
3/2/2, 2350 SF, pool, built
2003. $379K/ obo. 941-
585-0322
PC Beach 2 Houses
Fero 4/3.5, pool,
sailboat water! 3800 sf &
3/2 waterview 2050
sf. $735K & $220K
850-567-7978
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2494 Vankeuren Dr.,
Custom 3/2/3, built
2002, 160' on access
canal nr Riverwood,
dock//pool $499,900
Kent Wolfe (941)-504-
4019
Waterfront off of Lemon
Bay, 3BR/2BA, office,
fully furn., set up as a
vacation rental w/4 web-
sites already estab-
lished. 2 car oversized


1040 CONDOSNILLAS
FOR SALE
JUST SAY NO!I
"No To Down Payments"
"No To Closing Costs"
"No To Adjustable
Rate Mortgages"
"No To 1st Yrs Assoc. Fees"
"No To Inflated Pricing"
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SAY "YES" TO EMERALD
OAKS CONDOMIIIIUMS
CALL TO RESERVE YOURS!
Fred Shte RE & Dev hia.
CBC058694
Cal (941)426-1489
MUST SELL 3BR/2BA,
Deep Creek. Pool & lake.
$179,900. Nancy (727)-
642-4303 Owner/Agent
NEED A MORTGAGE?
100% Condo Financing
Call Kazwell
(941) 625-0015
OWNER FINANCING
Low Down Prit. 2/2


garage, swimming pool,-Condo-, good area, pool.
boat dock & lift, fish Call 941-380-5626 or
cleaning station. OWNER 941-625-0015
MUST SELL! REDUCED $79,940
852 E. 6th St., Engle- 2/2, furn. pool, tennis, 55+
$250K obo (775)-690- No pets. 21320 Brinson,
$250K (775)-690- PC. 941-587-8572
5332
www.usarealestatel969.c VENICE ISLAND Single
om Story Unit, 2/1 Turnkey.
Close to beach, walk
1(040 CONDOSNILLAS downtowntown. Everything
1040 N /ILLAS Newly remodeled.
FOR SALE $148,000 941-650-5309
0Inlets" ,Ibr/lba, 1st fir, VENICE ISLAND, Witer
glass eanl lanai, pool, front-of Venice, 2/2,.
tennis c't; 'ltubnouse, -den, on ICW, walk to
gated. Owner anxious to ."' beautiful downtown
sell. Tna (9r1W 12Sl .Venice. $749K (941)
or 468-1730 48448282 or 468-1903
1/1 condo Venice. FL low 1070 DUPLEXES
maint, covered parking, 1 OALE
pets OK handyman, work FOR SALE
started $75,000. Open to 2BR/18A & 3BR/1BA.
offers. (941)423-6376 341 & 343 Granada
lbr/1.5ba Quail's Run Blvd. North Port, FL
Condo in Engl. 55+ htd 34286 Owner needs to
pool. 2nd fir, new appl. & sell!!! $135,000 (775)-
ac, Nr beach. Immac. 690-5332
$119,500. 941475-8844 www.usarealestatel969.c
2/2 BIMINI BAY tiled, furn., om
updated, htd pool, $78K 2BR/2BAeachside,ceral
Owner/Agent, (941)-698- air, lefloorsfulyoccupied.
4653 Tota rers $1,300.
2/2 D.C. Golfers Dream, 2723827242Srsk
furnished, granite, wood $145,000 (941)i759023
floors, awesome views. Cashflow$300 + permo.
Owner-Agent $130K (941) 3/1 each side. Total
6984653 come $1,390. $125,000.
2/2 PC, Cedar Woods, See icures&fnanals@
pool, 1st fir. W/D includes w2- a K- a n n e
water. Must sell. $90,000. 21307-21311 Coultn Ave.
obo. (941)-624-5234 941-875-9023
SNorth Porth Income Property
*i II' 3 nis bshi in$1,300, ly
25225 Rampart Blvd. occupied, rnkey, over
Unit #2004 $400 cash flow per mrnlhd
2/2, clean, move-in condi- Seepictue&financials.at
tion. Pool, clubhouse 1Ww 'Sg
& t.. i,,,;,!, Rdcl d $11= lODmOO 941-75aB23


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Century 21 Sunbelt
(239) 560-7074


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Take advantage of this one
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Low interest rates. Special
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for 1st time buyers.
Fed Shute RE & Dev lc.
CBC068694
(941)426-1489 or
-Tol Frel-88803-3100

PRICE REDUCED!
HERITAGE OAK PARK
FOR SALE BY OWNER

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

CALL OWNER
941-627-2067

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720 BB Dr W 2/2 $219,90C
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941-485-4804
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1075TRI-PLEX
FOR SALE
Engle. SELLER FINANCING.
Low down. Easy terms.
Close to beach. $249,900
352-201-0658

1090 MOBILE HOMES
FOR SALE
2006 PALM HARBOR
mfg. 3 wide, 3/2 & sun
room, attached gar. on 2
corner lots w/lake view.
Approx. 1800 SF AC. Call
(941-624-5347.
BEAUTIFUL 4 STAR. adult
MHP comm., lot fees start-
ing at $265/mo. Several
immaculate homes to
choose from. $49,900. to
$120K. Fin avail. For
details call 941-356-5308
La .Casa comm. beautiful
dblwide, 2/2, furn., $92k
Boss hardt Realty, Marjorie
Morris 941-769-7425
NEW Fleetwood, new
safety codes, 14W, 2BR,
55+ park, Dealers 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


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
Polynesian Village MHP
1495 Alamander Ave, Engl
Resident owned, walk to
Manasota Beach, dbl wide
resales (941)474-3636.


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Taxes & Insurance
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5 acres, 3 bd/2ba brick
w/walkout basement,
$159,900. Additional 33
acres avail. Visit
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for info. Debbie Crow,
Coldwell Banker TNR
(864)-554-1108


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1090 MOBILE HOMES
FOR SALE

PUNTA GORDA MFH
55+, 2BR/2BA fully furn,
garage, golf comm. By
Owner. (941) 575-4880.
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.
$12,000.00.00. Call Laurie
941-639-5461,no answer
Call 941- 815-0505.
VENICE ISLE REAL
ESTATE SALES, INC.
55+ Resident Owned
Community.
tic. 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

1100 TIME SHARE


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beach, free golf & tennis,
week 37. Best offer (941)-
484-6572
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.

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1587 Call for virtual tour.
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941-650-0412
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3261 Mill Run $650
3937 Corvette $670
5177 Chaves $700
130 Concord $800
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Pet frinedly w/ fenced 3 & 4br Brand New,
yard. Call for details. Spacious, North Port
(941)-697-9763 Homnes, Rent or Lease
3/2/2 + pool, built 2000 Option, Flexible Terms
Sale or rent. Owner financ- 941-223-6067 o b
ing w/10% dn. Asking
$315k (941)-830-8868
Deep Creek, 3/2/2 Granite 4/2 Waterfront w
counter tops, porcelain tile, min. from Harbor, Port
jacuzzi tub, soaring ceil- Charlotte $1,475
ings, large green belt, 7126 Gurley
'$1100 mo. Broker/Owner 3/2/1, fenced yard,
941-391-2665 comm. pool. North Port
Lake Suzy home w/fake- $ 87L5
view fully furnished turnkey, PETS WELCOME
pool 3/2/2, 1,750 sf. a/c, \ 941-628-4494
$1,395 mo. 6 mo. min. No
pets, no smoking, (954). 1906 SF, 3/2/2, all tile,
560-5872 or (941) 830- upgraded kit., screened
8320 lanai, Burnt Store Lakes,
Owner financing 100%. $1250. 941- 8154013
Take over existing pay- 1A Bay view, canal, 3/22, 3
rents. Totally renovated, min to Gulf across from
wood firs., granite, dock, Stump Pass. Vry Deep water,
300' canal, 1 bridge out, OK for 2-3 large boats. Rent
170 Buckeye Ave. Bal. or rent to buy 941474-6633
$395K. (407)-709-6174
RENT to own $850/ mo. 2/1/1As is Special50
Owner financing. Bruised As2306 Lee Trr. Pets OK
credit OK. Owner/Agent. 230941-626-6600 Lee T. Pets OK
(8131-610-7151 941-626-6600


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941-488-1500
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SS appl. granite tile'
$1400 mo Englewood
941-468-0124
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Starting @ $1250/mo
Flex. terms. Ron
941-223-4781
S. GULF COVE.
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$1000/mo 1/2 Rent
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2/1/1 PC $650
22417 Catherine Ave
Pets OK.
941-626-6600
2/2 waterfront home,
south of Sunnybreeze,
beautiful setting,
$850/mo., 941-628-2951
2BR/1.5 house on 1 acre,
Punta Gorda, $900 mo.
(239)-247-1566
2br/2br, Fully Fenced Yard,
S. Sarasota. $775 + Utils.
(941)-914-2233 or 400-
1785
3/1/CP, CHA, appl.. $650
mo. 1st, last & sec. (941)
769-1497 or Eves 941-
627-5750
3/2 Home 6657 Mytlewood
Rd, Tile & New Paint, Fenced
Yard 1st/L, Sec. Neg. $750
941423-6456
3/2/2, IN NORTH PORT.
Carpet, Tile. MOVE-IN
TODAY for $1075. Call
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2br/2ba/2cg, Over
2000sf, Den, Formal L/R;
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Preserved Private Lot
$1000 (941-228-7588
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$1000 3/2/2 Yager Ln
$1300 4/2/2 Ravel St.
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$ 750 2/2 fum. condo
$1100 3/2 Hammocks (2
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$ 975 3/2/1 Coliseum
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$5500 WATERFRONT11
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Birch Dr., Venice Gardens
$1250/mo. 1st/L/Sec 941-
650-1789
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Large secluded home in
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3380 sq ft under air on
2+acres. Room for 4 cars
in garage. 42" plasma TV,
4 Beds (1 owners lock up)
2 baths, Large office + loft
bedroom if needed. Pool
w/ Jacuzzi with large lanai
and 2 story cage. Lawn &
pool care included. No
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1 year lease $2500 mo+
Dep + Sec. Call Sandy
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$1,000 mo. (239)-253-
5313
BRAND NEW W/POOL
3/2.5/2 w/Roman tub
Located in Burnt Store
Village. 239-789-5980
BRAND NEW 3/2/2, den,
great loc. in North Port.
$1050 mo. Must See!! Call
941-815-2152 for details.
BSI waterfront. Luxury
3/2/2. Pool, dock, lift. Sail-
boat access. Annual or sea-
sonal. Furnished or unfur-
nished. $1,450 annual
unfurnished. (941) 639-
1503 or (239) 229-1347
BSI, 727 Monaco Dr.
3/2/2, 1st, last & sec.
$1100. mo. Call 941-626-
2293.
Burnt Store Lakes, 1,950
sf., 3/2/2 pool, on canal
for fishing, canoeing, kyak-
ing $1,500 mo. Annual
(941)-505-0569
Burnt Store Meadows, PG
3/2/2 former model home,
built 2004, 7445 S. Seagrape
$1000/mo. (941) 875-5366.
CHARLOTTE HARBOR
2 houses, 3BR or 2BR /pri-
vate, quiet, oaks, pole
barns. $750' or $650 mo.
Call 941-391-3637
CHARLOTTE HARBOR, cln,
cute, 2/1 cottage, Ig yard,
W/D, $600. Tropical set-
ting. (941)-927-9176
Deep Creek $995
26442 Copiapo Circle
TileFloors-lge Comrner Lot
Custom Oak Cabinets
www.Delicanpm.com
LiUc Broker 941-232-8223
DEEP CREEK 3/2/2
Family room with pool.
2441 Rio de Janeriro Ave.
$1450/mo, F/L/lmo. Sec.
(941) 349-3545, (941)
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Deep Creek nice 3/2/2 on
Cabello, $900, 1st., last &
$500 security. Call Yvon
Gideon (941)-815-0285
Deep Creek nice 3/2/2,
close to 1-75. $900mo.
Available Dec. 1st. Call Dan
(941)-628-0447
DEEP CREEK 3/2, 2CG,
lanai, cul-de-sac location,
fully applianced. $1200
mo. Call 941-637-6306.
DEEP CREEK, beautiful 2004
3/2/2, Tiled N/S, N/P.
$1000/mo. 'Lawncare incl,
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DEEP CREEK, Large 4/2/2,
POOL. $1100/mo. Pool
care incl., lst./Lst/Sec.
Donna French, Century 21
Almar (941)-661-1202
DEEP CREEK, Narwall Ln.
New 4/2/2. M. bath
w/roman tub, Appls.,
$1095. (508)-824-9112
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3/2/2 Pool
26546 Trinilas
$1095 626-3230
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2/1, $725/mo.
Call 941-544-1705
E. Englewood Nov. rent
FREE 3/2/2, pool, sep.
workshop, immac close to
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option. (941)-270-7310.
E. ENGLEWOOD, 2/2
w/pool & garage.
$900/mo. (941)-270-1990
E. Englewood, 2br/2BA/
1CG Scr lanai, Ig yard,
nice neighborhood
$900/mo 941-474-8939
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w/ den quiet water, lawn
serve inc $950 WEST
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$1200
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2BR/1BA, $800. Also, 1BR
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EngI E. 2/2 furnished;
utilities & cable incl.
Nov-Dec $850/mo
941-716-4305
EngI, Brand New 3/2
Condos w/Tennis, Pool,
Fitness, Pet ok, From
$875/mo inclds water
& cbl (941)-350-1288
ENGL. GULF COVE New
3/2 on S/W canal incl.
dock, seconds to open
water. Dog ok. $995/mo.
(941)-286-0880
ENGLEWOOD, 3br/2ba,
FL Room, Screened Lanai
$875. (941)-473-0973
ENGLEWOOD ON BAY
w/Dock. 2/1 & 1/1: cute,
clean & quiet. N/S 941-
979-2649 941-628-9143
.Englewood Pine Lakes
3/2/2cg, Fla room, nice
quiet area. avail. Nov 16.
$1300mo 941-475-2288'
Englewood 2/2 w/ garage
avail immed. $825/mo
pets ok. Lease option
poss. (941)-270-1711
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Other homes start $775.
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$950/mo Last & Sec. 1st
Month Free (941)474-5036
Englewood, 720 Alizarine
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$1,200 (941)-822-2410
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$525/mo. +util. 1st/
Lst/Sec. (941)-716-3090
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$1000/mo. lst/L/Sec.
(941)-346-1418
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Lrg Brand New Home, N. Port, Lakefront
4/2/2 Poss.5th Bd Rm, 3/2/1, Ig backyard,
Over 2200 Sq Ft Under good boating & fishing,
Air, $1250/Mo. or Buy $895. Tenant w/good'
for $229,00 941-321- credit & refs. lst/L
7164 Hector Gomez /Sec. Rent to own
Remax Properties option. (941)-426-7625
Lease/Buy! Option New N. Port, Ig 3/2, caged
3/2/2 1,800 sf. $1,000 pool, great house for
mo. + sec. 1/2 mo. rent to responsible tenant.
buy (941)-204-7352 Avail. immed. $895.
LEASE/BUY! OPTION Tenant w/good credit &
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100% Fin., $845/mo. option. (941)-426-7625
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P.C. 3/2/2, open floor space, 1-75, RT 41, schools
plan, w/LR, DR, FR, den, & shopping, lst/L/Sec Sect
fenced yard, 1690sf. 8 welcome. $1400/mo.
23124 August Ave. 9414266217 or 347-721-
$825/mo. 1st/Lst/Sec. 2958
Sm pets okay. (269)-276- N.P. 3/2/2 city water
0746 $1,075 mo + sec. dep.
MUST SEE!! N/S Or sale $195,000
PT. CHARLOTTE Beauti- (941)426-2411
ful view of canal, 3/2/1 N.P. 3/2/2 pool, brand
pool home $1095/mo. new, private area, upgrad-
1st &.sec. 941-380- ed kit.', $1,200 mo. 1st
0889 last, sec. 941-815-1128
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(941)-484-0443
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furn. $900/mo. Annual,
N/S, N/P. (941)492-7831
NOKOMIS, 2br/lba, xlrg
Scrnd Porch, W/D Hookup,
Fncd Yard $850/mo.
1st/Sec. (941)485-3852
Nokomis-Waterfront, 2/2,
garage, lanai, shed, dock,
$1,475/mo.
(941)-349-6338
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Nov. 1st (941)-302-0050
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1,700sf, corner lot/
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941-445-0798
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5136 Camby St, Newly
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Buler's Model, $1,200 mo
2,877 sq. ft, 3/2/2 with
pool. Available immediately.
Fred Shute RE & Dev Inc.
Cal (941)426-1489
North Port Looking for
good tenant for our 3/2/2
almost new hm, beautifully
maint. in a great neighbor-
hood, all appli & windows
treatments incl. $1,000
/mo. 941-257-8612
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$775/mo Annual
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941-423-8448
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P.C. pool home 3/2/2,
1900+ living, updated, tile,
fenced yard, great street
$1,300 1st. + sec. Incl.
yard & pool serv. N/S,
(941)-7694663
P.C. 2/1, $600/mo.
Appliances, Tile. Small
pet okay! 1st & sec.
Call (305) 972-7221.
P.C. 3/2 pool, boat dock,
sailboat access, $1,250
mo. + dep. No smoking.
Annual. (239) 272-7842
P.C. 3/2/1 Canal, dock,
min to Harbor, awesome
view, lanai, W/D $950/mo
1st, last & sec. 941-362-
3095
P.C. 3br/2ba/2cg, 21051
Cornell Ave, Like New, Grt
Neighborhood, $950 Avail
Nov. 1st. (941)-685-8386
P.C. 4 Bdrm 2 Bath,
close to hospital &
shopping 1 mo. FREE
RENT. 732-439-3211
P.C. good loc, low price!
$865- 3/2/2; $750- 2/2
CAH city water $1200
seasonal, NP (941) 240-
1749
P.G. B.S.I. executive home
3/2/2, w/d, on golf
course, 2,000. sq. ft. $925
mo. Annual, No smoking no
pets. (941)-505-8201
P.G. Peace River 4/3/2,
htd. pool, 1.5A, wf/dock.
Refs., 1st, last, sec.
deposit.
Annual $1300/mo,
Seasonal $2000/mo.
941-876-6609 or email
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PC $595
22094 Marshall Ave
2br/lba/lcg
941-626-6600

PC -$650
3br/lba/carport
21338 Percy Ave
941-626-6600

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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
PC 2/1/1 $695
Waterfront
18875 Ashcroft or
5081 Administration
941-626-3230
PC 2/2, lanai. Large yard,
quiet area, but close to
everything. $750/Mo. plus
dep. 941-276-2662
PC 2428 Aquilos Court
$800, Huge 2/2/CP
Fenced, Storage, Cul-
de-sac near Golf Course
251 E. Tarpon Blvd NE
$875, Lrg 3/2/2
w/Family Rm. & Lanai
941-628-9810
PC 3/1
250 Shadow St. $595
5056 Chaves Cir.
$675 941-626-3230
'PC 3/2, large FR with fire-
place, beautiful area, on 2
lots. $800 mo. 305-594-
2255 or 786-262-0726.
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PC 3/2/1 $750
21451 Olean Blvd.
21880 Felton Ave
941-626-3230
PC 3/2/1, Gardens of Gulf
Cove, amenities, 1 mo free
rent w/12 mo lease.
$900mo 716-485-8343
PC 4br/lba, carport, cen-
tral air, screen lanai. $800
+ water dep. 443-622-
7887 or 941-629-6421
PC beautiful waterfront
2/1, nice neighborhood,
pets ok, $850/mo. or rent
to own, 786-556-5173
PC beautiful 3/2 w/pool &
dock on canal, near Mur-
dock. NS/NP. $1250 mo.
neg. 615-308-5099.
PC Home 3/2/1
Lg Lani & Back Yard
$1,000 lst/1/sec
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floor, tile floors $600
DC Capricorn 3/2/1
tile floors, huge lanai
$850
PC Goldcoast 4/3/2
New carpet, upgrades
$1100
PG Wisteria 3/2/1
SWF w/Boat slip $700
PC Beacon 3/2/2
W/D, den $850
PC Church & Oakley
2/1 inc. water $650
PC Kensington 3/2/2
W/D, lanai $975

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PC Pool Home, 2/2/
lcg, Assume Mort-
gage w/ $5000 Down
Pyts $992/ No Closing
costs. 20392 Calder
Ave 941-626-6600
PC spacious 2/1/1, W/D,
carpet, painted, nice area,
no pets 1st sec. $750 mo
credit ck. 941-624-0756
PC 3/2/2, 2250 SF, formal
living & dining, Ig. yard.
Lawn care included in rent.
Call 941)-979-9139 or
303-875-6004.
PC, 2/1 lanai, all tile, w/d
hookup, small pet ok, Con-
venient location, $625 mo.,
+ sec. 941-204-2333
PC, great 2BR 1BA, 1 car
garage, lanai, nice yard,
nice area. Remodeled.
$700. (508)-888-7869
PC, LAST MO. FREE sev-
eral 3/2/2s, very clean,
all tile, pets ok, great
locations. Indoor spa.
$875 888-203-4922
PC, Super Clean nice
large 3/2/2 Rent incls.
lawn service & water. Only
$999. Low move in! Plus
receive a complementary
3 day stay in a
Wyndham Resort'
Call Connie Newell.
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941-628-0949
PG 2/1+1 $725
28187 Pasadena Dr.
941-626-3230
PG 3/2/1carport, W/D,
newly remodeled, nice
yard, $850. Avail. Nov. 1.
(239)-253-2340
PG 3313 Sunset Key
condo @ B.S. Marina 3/2
11440 Fifth 3/2 $895
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gar. $685. Fenced yard,
quiet & clean, near boat
ramp, park 239-734-2020
PGI 3/2/1 w/ pool, sailboat
dock, annual unfurn. Call
Debra Peters ReMax
Anchor Realty 286-0201
PGI Greenbelt 3/2/2,
new: 2006, pool, 2919
Magdalena, $1,400 mo Pet
ok (941)-769-7766
PGI Sailboat water
3/2/2 pool home,
2517 Brazilia Ct $1200
www.Delicanpm.com
Lic Broker 941-232-8223
PGI WATERFRONT canal
home w/Gulf access.
Cozy 2BR 2 full bath in
quiet area. A seawalled
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


1210 HOMES FOR RENT 1210 HOMES FOR RENT 1210 HOMES FOR RENT
Port Charlotte $595 VENICE ISLAND LIVING
I Bedroom w/Lg Lanai Across from quiet park,
22062 Gatewood Ave. Walk to Shops & Beach.
22062 Gatewood Ave.. 3/2 w Pool. $1200/mo
www.pelicanpm.com MORRIS REALTY, INC. 941-408-4404
Lic Broker 941-232-8223
Port Charlotte $695 RENTALS NOW V CE, CLEAN & READY
Po2127 Giralda -2 BR 2 STARTING@$600mo FOR YOU... Duplex, maint
2127 Giralda 2 BR2BA STARING@600m free, 2 & 3bres homes, 2
New Paint and Carpet 941-629-1243 free, 2 & 3brs homes, $600
www.pelicanpm.com View ALL online w/pools, $,200/mo.
Lic Broker 941-232-8223 sunstarrentals.com Gulf Coast Rentals & Real
Port Charlotte 3/2/CP RESPONSIBLE Estate Co. (941)492-4280
2515 Tamarind St., CHA, RENTERS NEEDED VENICE, N/S, sm pet ok
Ig. lot. $795/mo, 1st, last, Great house & super .3/2/1 $895 1308 Cypress
sec. N/P (941)-391-4069. deals!] (941)-426-7625 .2-3/2/2 $8981130 Everest
PORT CHARLOTTE 4/1, all PUT DECLASSIFIED (941)-488-9486
tile, laundry room. $850 Weiche, Realtors
mo. or weekly rental. Pets TO WORK FOR YOU Weichert, Realtors
okay. (941)-575-6482. Venice, Englewood, Sothern Choice
North Port 207-1200 941-613-2300
PORT CHARLOTTE, 3BR Pt. Charlotte Areas
1ath W/shed $550 month Call 206-1200 WE HAVE RENTALS!
1st, last, security 206-1200 DC 3 bdrm 2 car gar ... 950
(941)639-8925 Riverwood Rentals PG 4 bdrm waterveiw condo $900
Port Charlotte/Punta Gorda Reduced Rates PC 2 bdrm clean ....... $600
2Br. Solona area. Call Riverwood Realty Venice 3 bdrm cond ... $995
$600/mo + utilities. Call (941)-743-9663 NP 2 bdrm furn. villa .... $950
for details. 941-639-5067 Arcadia 2 bdrm country liv $600
Rotonda West $1,300/mo. Property Mgr. Patricia Moore
PORT CHARLOTTE: 2,239 sf 941-623-2421
Large 2 bedroom, 1 under air, 4BR/2BA/2CG
bath, CHA, NEW blinds Call (941)-374-1833 1240 CONDOSNILLAS

mo.(941)-743-3489 Rotonda, new 3/2/2 pool FOR RENT
home, 108 Crevalle Rd.,
Port Charlotte 3/2/2, lanai, Buy $349K or rent VENETIA Venice! New
appliances. $1000 mo. 1st $1,900/mo. w/option to 3BR/2BA/1CG Super
& security. 941-628- buy. Rob Roberts, Blue Dol- View, Pools, Tennis, Gym,
9349/941-766-8979 phin RIty 941475-1312 Gated, N/P, $950/mo
Pt Charlotte $650 Mo S VENICE, REALLY NICE 941-497-2888
2 Bedroom-Central A/C 2br/2ba w/extra room, 1/1 Promenades East,
3404 Lucerne Terrace $850 +1 mo. Security. clean, amenities, near hos-
www.pelicanpm.com Avail immed. (941)-650- pital. $595 mo. 941-268-
Lic Broker 941-232-8223 1823 7250
PT Charlotte 1 bedroom; S VENICE, 2BR/1BA/1CG, 1ST FLR 2/2/CP turnkey
3/2, pool, wtrfrnt fenced; fully fenced, scmd lanai, Pet furn., scrn. lanai, pool,
2/1 Midway / Lakeview OK, $850/mo. 1st// Sec golf. Seas/Ann. $850 &
RentAHomeSrvs637-6797 941-4800615 or 726-2273 up. P.G. 941-255-1391.
Pt. Char 2/1, lanai Ig S. Venice 2/2/1 tile floors, 2/2 annual seasonal PGI
yard, nice area, on canal lanai, cats welcome. steal waterfront-dock-furn-unfurn
clean 160 Rodgers $725, at $800. Also Isl 2/2 storage, washer/dryer, no
lst+Sec. 239-8214999 w/solar htd pool, $1200 pets. 941-629-4444.
location plus! Call today, my 2/2 BEAUTY, turnkey
PT CHAR- Cozy 2br/lba rentals don't last. Sue Miller, furn. on D.C. Golf Course,
21066 Meehan Av. MatchMaker Homes 941- $800/mo. incl. water/
t1st mon + Sc. N/P 480-9090 or 468-9978 cable, F/L/S, NS/NP, 866-
941-465-0056 or 941-
798-3776 Eves. S. Venice 4BR/3BA/2CG 698-3898.
Executive home. htd pool, 2/2 CONDO 1st floor, New-
Pt Char 102 Curt s New in/out, $1500/mo port condos on 175 Kings
Terrace, 4/2 on sawa 941-232-5391 Hwy. Punta Gorda.
canal. $1,050/no. $800/mo 401-639-7942
$1,700 moves you in. Pets S. VENICE, Lawn Care Incl $800/mo 401-639-7942
OK. 941-504.5468 Immaculate, 2/2/1, LR, Fam 2/2 Condos fr $675
Srm & scr lanai, Shed, $975 Lge Lux Condos $1100
Pt Char. 21155 Bersel /mo + sec. (941)488-5303 3/2 House G. Cove
Ave., $1000.
21/11, $699/mo. S. Venice, Well maint., www.fgrentals.com
$1,000 moves ;you 3/2/1. Avail. Feb & Mar Open 7 Days
941-504-5468 & off Season. Exc loca: 1-800-697-8454
tion. Call 860-284-9624 1-800-697-8454
PT. CHAR. Lovely 4BR 2BA, SO VENICE, Furn 2/2 Fully furnished condo
new tile, new carpets, OR, S2 VENICo et N on Deep Creek Golf
den, scr. porch. No pets. 2/2/2, No pets. No Course. $675/mo. 734-
Ref. req. $925 + $400 smoking. Yearly or sea- 483-0412, 734-730-2415
DEPOSIT MOVES YOU sonal. 941-493-0849 End unit condo
IN. 941-661-5149. Spacious custom-built w/1 car garage, granite,
Pt Chard, 2/1 inside laun- home in nice area. 3bd, stainless steel appliances,
dry, nice & clean. Avail ?ba, 2cg in North Port. huge pavered, heated pool,
now! $850 moves you in Home is brand new with never lived in. Call Alex at
$625 (941)875-9324 granite cntrtps throughout 512-750-3524 $930 per
and new brand name appli- month
PL Charlotte3BR+ office or ances. Available now.
4th befdom,2vingrooms, $1250mo 847-778-9235. 2/2-5 TOWN HOUSE in
fireplace, 2 baths, carport,.PGI. Waterfront. 5 min. to
workshop, shed. petsOK2s c Fishermen's Vil. unfurn.
21298-Hoepo, e$850/mo. R AAvail now. 941-637-0195
(941)875-9023 3/2/2 new const. villa,
Pt. Charotte, 2/2 COMPLETE UST. Burnt Store Isles. Comm.
Pt Charotte, 2/2, (941) 764-7777 OR pool, upgrades. Unfurn.
carport, pool, (941') 627-9555 $900 mo. + dep, credit
$850/mo. (800)2,343' check. (703) 585-0244
(775)690-5332 VlSF US: .7-
P G(775)690-5332 ySItUSt AFFORDABLE CONDOS
P'Unta Gorda Burnt Store WV"W.SUlbiTlgt $495 & up!
Lakes Nile Ct 3/2/2 + services.com www.flarentals.net
den, new 2,232sf, $995 Sunbelt Realty Mgmt 941- 625-
/mo. (239) 919-2243. Management 3131 or 877-655-3131
Punta Gorda Seminole Services'hi_,l
Lakes CC, 2/2, furnished
or un, golf, pool etc. (941)- "
575-0020 ann/sea. i ,"
Punta Gorda 3/2/1 ,
fenced yard, close to 41. .
$850 mo. Leave option -'4
available. Annual lease. vI 33 tONDO/ILL LISTINGS
Call Michele Brisendine,
RE/MAX Harbor Realty. ONE'BEDROOM S75
(941)-676-1029 TWOBEDROOM $75. 1500
Punta Gorda, 417 W. Ann TONDA W- 3/2/2 w/ pool THREE BEDROOM.............................$8100
St. 2Br/lBa/lCg, unfurn. on golf course. Ann. VILLAS WITH GARAGE,.....$8( $10H50
$650/mo. 1st mo. rent $1,100. + Util. 1st & Sec. CAlUEMAILFORLISTOFALLRENTALS
FREE. Available NOW. (305)-522-3571 Lv. Msg. SHORT TERMFRNISHEDALSOMAVAL
(774)-280-4392
Venice E. Gate Area, Clean Quail's run furn, 1/1.5,
Punta Gorda, Ridge Harbor, 2br/2ba/cg, Avail 11/1. newly renovated, 55+.
3/2/2, nice area, boat $975 Annual. 1st/L/Sec. Annual $800. Seasonal
ramp access, $900 mo + (941)-544-5918 $1,600. (3 mo. min.)
$900 sec dep. (941)-628- $6 ( mn
8210 Venice 4BR Call Pat (941)286-5640
S 849 Mangrove BIMINI BAY 2/2 furn.
Punta Gorda/Burnt Store $1095/mo condo, htd pool, NS/NP,
2,000sf under air, almost 941-626-6600 $750/mo. 941-6984653
new, 3/2/2, $895/mo. 941 6 00 50 94 8 3
25308 Islas Dr. VENICE CHIESTNUT- Bird Bay Realty, Venice,
www.pelicanpm.com CREEK 2/2/2 W/ Sun FL Annuals from
Uc Broker 941-232-8223 room. $1200/mo avail $750/mo.
.immed 941-492-2108 $1,800/mo.
1219 JlVENICE EAST 2BR/2BA Rental Dept (941)484-
1219 Joplin ;700 /1CG Split plan with 6777
2/1/1 plus 2 Florida pool Avail Dec. 1st. Brand New Venice 2/2,
(941)-780-2998 Granite Counters, W/D,
434 Bonita Ave Venice East Pool, Clubhouse & Garage.
2/2/2 $800 2br/2ba/lcg Nice, clean, $950/mo. 941-758-6542
23225 MacLellen Ave city water. $800/mo (941 mm M
3/2/2 $875 493m6142
VENICE EAST GOLF CLUB


CONDOS cui-Oe-sac, 2z+ poss 3rd,
1051 Forrest Nelson $850. Call (941)-492- 1ST MONTH FREE AND
Bimini Ba C-101 4156 REDUCED SEC. DEP.
2/2 $675 FOR NEW TENANT.
2/2 675 VENICE GDNS $905/mo. HERON COVE APTS
19505 Quesada Ave 2/2/1, ceramic tile, clean, Of Engle (off Dearbom)
Oaks III FL rm, pet w/deposit. Spacious 1300sf 2br
1/1 $500 lst/L/sec. 941475-2533 w/den or 3BR w/scr lanai,
Available 12/1/07 VENICE ISL 2/1.5 /1,lanai SOLAR Htd pool, Gazebo,
21291 Meehan Ave on Venetian waterway pk, tennis court, close to bch &
2/1 $650. Clean, pet ok $900/mo. walking distance to public &
20159 Bersell Ave. Islst/sec. 941-493-2488 walgreens. Sm pets & fam-
2/1 $650 VENICE, 2/2/1 nice home lies are welcome. RENT
quiet area, family room, STARTING AT $900/mo.
Professional Realty Irg., screened lanai, new (941)-473-0450
(941) 743-3636 appl./air cond. $895 mo. www.HeronCoveFL.com
YourFloridaHome.com (419)-823-1931 AVAILABLE NOW!


1240 CONDOSNILLAS
FOR RENT
D.C. 2/2, lanai, cath. ceil.,
tile, wood cab., granite,
new appl., 1st., last + sec.,
$695-$895 941-6614539
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 CONDO 2BR
2BA totally remodeled,
pool, tennis, water incl.
$695 mo. 941-276-2779.
Deep Creek, very nice 2/2
condo. w/d, pool, tennis.
No pets. $650, 1st., last,
sec. (941)-639-7062
DEEP CREEK, VILLA
2/2/2, very clean, no
smoking, $825 mo. 1st,
last & sec. 941-204-1304
DEEP CREEK, 2/2 on Golf
Course. Pool, Tennis, Lanai
1st Month's Rent Free!
941-815-3058
Dp. Ck. Gardens, 2/2, new
decor, lakeview $750 ann.
+ sec. Seas. $1,400 +
sec. (941)-815-7322
EL JOBEAN, 2/1 Villa.
Waterview. Prvt., Scm. lanai.
Clean, fans, carpet, No pets,
w/d. $600. 941-475-2533
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 Hoslpital & 1-75.
(941)-626-3350
Engl Centre Ig. 2/2 Across
from shopping, pool, tennis
lstA//sec, avail 11/1.
$850/mo. 941-468-8700
FREE RENT, 2bd/2bath,
pool, tennis, clubhouse
First and security $650.00
C per month.
Call Paul 941-628-1745
HARBOUR HGTS. 27235
Adams Dr. 2/2 condo-cpt.
1 yr old. $650 mo. Pets
allowed. 216-469-2944
HERITAGE LAKE 2/2
Condo w/d, sm. pet ok,
$675/mo
(941)-240-5563
Heritage Lake, P.C.
2/2, lease, seas.
$2000/ mo, ann. $750
new, furn, 1st fl. end
unit, sec. NY OW/BR
(941)235-0740.
***** *******
El Jobean, Harbor Vil-
lage, 3/2, exclusive,
executive, tri-level
waterfront looking
down Myakka River
w/dock, pool, tennis
courts. $2,500 Annu-
al. Sue Ellen Fumich,
Century 21 Sunbelt
(941)-276-2894
*** *- ******

Holiday Condos on Venice Isl.
2/2, 55+. N/P or N/S. Water
& basic cbl incl $850/mo.
Annual 941-544-0284
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
RENT OR MUST SELL
3BR/2BA, Porches of
Deep Creek in Punta
Gorda. Pool & lake.
$900/mo Nancy (727)-
642-43030wner/Agent
NEW 2BR/2BA LUXURY
CONDO W/ DEN & MANY
UPGRDS. GATED,CLBHSE
$850. AL (941)-875-3968
North Port Condo 3 BR
1058 Jonah Drive
Lakeside Plantation-$925
Pool, Tennis & Exercise Rm
www.pelicanpm.com
Lic Broker 941-232-8223
NORTH PORT, Rent or
lease purchase. 2/2, New
Condo, Lakeside Planta-
tion. All amenities incl.
$900/mo. + dep.
Call Jo @ 941-716-4569
Keller Williams.
P.C. 55+ 2/2 Abbey
House, shows nicely,
annual lease. $600/mo.
NS/NP. (941) 629-3128.
P.C. off Kings Hwy POOL
& TENNIS 2/2 condos,
owner upgraded $695


mo. 941-833-0563 or
941-286-5003
P.C. Updated 2/2 condo,
fresh, clean, W/D, comm.
pool, tennis, pet poss.
$650 mo. 941-916-0120
P.G. Charlevoi 2/2
luxury Condo 55+, desir-
able 1st floor, furnished,
lanai with water view,
heated pool, annual,
$900 /month plus sec.
(941) 639 8640


1240 CONDOSNILLAS
FOR RENT
PC 2/2/CP, furnished, ten-
nis, pool, waterview &
more. $800/mo. 941-
833-0278 941-626-6774
PC CLEAN 1/1 condo, Sun-
shine Villas. No smoking,
no pets. $560mo. water
incl. 941-624-3644
PC CEDAR WOODS 2/2
CHA, walk-in closet, W/D,
pool, N/P, N/S. $625.'
Lease. 603-305-5515.
PC/ELJOBEAN, 1/1, loft,
Pool. Char Harbor views,
Annual $850 or Jan-Feb-Mar.
$1700. 941493-8295
PG, 2/2, 1276 SF, W/D,
pool, no pets. $750/mo,
1st., last, sec. annual,
(941)-639-8125
PG, 2/2, 1276 SF, W/D,
pool, no pets. $750/mo,
1st., last, sec. annual,
(941)-639-8125
PGI Magdalena Gardens
3/2/1 from $950, annu-
al/season Creative Home
Realty (954)-803-3908
PGI new waterfront condo
dock, 3/2/1, W/D, pool &
pa. Very private. N/S
moke. $900 mo or $2250
seasonal. (508) 962-8110

PGI WATERFRONT
Condo Spacious
2/2, lanai w/water
view. Off of Aqui
Esta. $750. 4 unit
complex. First, last
& $400.00 security.
239-939-7674 M-F
9-5, 805-698-9835
after 5:00pm &
weekends

PGI WATERFRONT
Condo. Spacious
2/2, lanai w/water
view. Off of Aqui
Esta. $750. 4 unit
complex. First, last
& $400.00 security.
239-939-7674 M-F
9-5, 805-698-9835
after 5:00pm &
weekends
PGI Waterfront Executive
condo, newly remodeled &
refurnished, 1,100 sq. ft.
2/2, monthly, yearly.
Frank (330)-836-3943
PGI Waterfront Villa,
2/2/1, sailboat dock, 2
lanais, pool, W/D, $800
per mo + Security. Call
(941)-661-3654
PGI., 3/2/1 incl. all appli-
ances., H20, cable,, 1st. fl.
No Smoke, N/P $950 annu-
al (941)-639-6602


1240 CONDOSNILLAS
FOR RENT
VENICE San Lino top fir.
(elevator) 2BR, den, 2BA,
garage, lake view. $1275.
unfurnish. 630-917-0202.

1280 TOWNHOUSES
FOR RENT
Lakeside Plantation,
3br/2.5ba/lcg, All
Amenities. $1050/ mo.,
+ Sec. (941)-240-5366

1300 DUPLEXES
FOR RENT

$$ FREE RENT $$
$700 MoveMnr
Eff. 1, 2, 3 & 4 beds avail
941-312-7670

*2br/2ba Engi. Conve-
nient, grt neighborhood.
$750 Nego. Please call
(218)-863-1991/218-
205-4360
1st month free w/ annu-
al lease! Engl-9291 Taco-
ma, 2/2, W/D, Sm Pet
Poss. $800/mo. Also 2/1
$600/mo. Call Josh after
3PM (941)468-6216
2/1 w/ lanai nice loc. good
neighbors, no dogs
lighted grounds. $ 675. -
941-460-0543.
2BR/1BA, E. Englewood
duplex, on time rent $625
+ $1000 sec. No pets.
Avail.now. 941-769-1163
DEEP CREEK New Duplex!
2BD/2BA $750 mo. lawn
care incl. (941)-629-3326
or (9411-416-5966
DEEP CREEK DUPLEX
2BR/2BA/1CG for Sm.
Family, Exit 170 $695
Nego. (941)737-7037
E ENGLEWOOD, 2/2, brand
new condo. Near shopping.
N/P, N/S. $800. (941)-
697-3366
ASK ABOUT GOOD
TENANT DISC. E ENGL
SPOTLESS! 2/2 WD Hkp
Open Plan, min. to Bch.x
Sm pet $650/mo.
crVbkgd 941-474-5315
E. ENGLEWOOD Newer
2br NP $750/mo. + Elec
& Water. $750 Sec. Dep.
(941)-475-9239
EAST ENGLEWOOD 2/1
w/w carpet, W/D hook-
up, lawn care. N/P
$645/mo. 941-769-6548
days / 941-639-8829 eve
Eng 1,2,3 Bed 1st Sec
SandDollar Prop SW FL
941-240-1772


Pinebrook VENICE, ENG. 2BR/1.5BA Tile
SUPER NICE! Quiet Floors Lanai, 2nd
2BD/2BA Great View! Pool, floor, Cnvenient loc.
Clubhouse, W/D, Covered $650/mo Ist/last &
Parking. $1025/mo. Annu- $500 sec. NS, No pets
al (941-587-8895 (NEED HELP?)
RENT TO OWN DAVE 475-7011
RENT TO OWN
2/2 Condo, nice area, Engl furn, 2br/2ba/lcg
pool. 941-380-5626 or W/D, lanai, yard care, mins.
941-625-0015. to beach & .shopping
Riverwood gated commu- $1000/mo 941-4754096
nity 2 & 3 bedroom villas, Engl 2/1, W/D, Electric &
furn or empty. Call Brian Water Incl, Shed, Quiet
Burget.(941)-380-1909 Neighborhood. Ist/L/Sec
ROTONDA 2br/1.5ba $775/mo. (941)473-7011
Like New, Water view, Rotonda Deluxe 2/2/1
tile, $725/mo + $1450 W/D, Storage, Nr Golf
sec. + $150 water dep. & Tennis $875/mo.
941-268-5275 (941) 698-4003
Rotonda 55 & over, 2/2, ENGL: 1/1 $525/mo.
w/d included, lanai, pool, w/lanai, remodeled,
end unit. No pets/smoke N/P, N/S. 1st & Securi-
$750/mo 201-638-5805 ty. (941)-400-1670
YES ENGLE 2/2 BRAND NEW wall
3 CONDOS, ROTONDA to wall ceramic tile floors. 1st
RIVER HOUSE 1/1 & 2/2, mo free. Only $1,000 sec.
turnkey, whistle clean, dep. to move in. Adobe Realty
beautiful, high end, Ig Inc. Pets aloud excluding
rms, 2 pools, 1 htd & dogs. Marcel 941485-3998
sauna, nr gulf beaches, -Englewood 2/2/1,
on Rotonda river, clubhse, large lanai, W/D hook
6 golf courses, tennis, s. up, new carpet & paint,
board Seasonal or Annu- great neighborhood,
al. No Pets 201-638-5805
Owner (941)-4744999 ENGLEWOOD FREE RENT
ATHENS TOWNHOUSE 2/2/1, exceptionally main-
2br/1.5 Marble Bath. Walk to tainted, grt loc! $750. For
Beach & Venice Ave. Shops. Details Call (239465-9455
Quiet, Annual (9411485-7645
V. Seasonal ENGLEWOOD, 2/2, luxury
V.1. Seasonal or Annual duplex, $925. Water paid,
Furn 1/1 near beach, near Lemon Bay and down-
Airport & hospital. town. Appliances. 765-491-
941-628-9810 7788
V.I. Unfurn. Annual Englewood-lBR/lBA,
$650 + Utils, 1/1, All close to library & beach,
Tile, Newly Renovated, $450/mo. includes water.
near Hosp., Beach, Air- (941)-276-9192
port. 941-628-9810 E. ENGLE. 2/1, CATH.
VENICE Brand new top CENG, INCL W/D &
floor penthouse style, LAWN AIN NO PETS:
2BR, den, 2Bath, elevator $650 941-460-9403
& garage on the lake.
$1000/mo 6 mth min. ENGLEWOOD:
303898-2700 Eng updated 2/1 new tile
VENICE E. home 3/2/1.5 washer/dryer hookup
$875; or VENICE Isi. condo $625 1/1/cp Olde
2/1.5 $850; sm dog ok, N/S Engewlood water sewer


Venice Isl Updated, furn.
2/1 Condo. Poolside,
Walk to Beach/Town, N/P
$775/mo. (508)419-1302
or 941-2236471
VENICE ISLAND Condo
2BR/2BR, 55+, furnished,
pool water & cable
$895/mo. (941)650-3035
Venice Island, 2/1.5, 1st fir
end, new appli, carpet, tile,
paint, Crvd Pkg. N/P, N/S.
$750+Dep. (941-497-1111


lawn inc $550 WEST
COAST PROP.MGT
941-473-0718
RentalsFlorida.net

FREE RENT
1 MO!! Engil
2/2 lanai, $650 + sec,
pet ok. 941473-8743
847-323-1697

GROVE CITY/ENGL, 2/1/
cp & scrnd lanai, new tile
firs, N/P. $725/mo. w/wtr.
$500 Sec. (941)-525-3402


1300 DUPLEXES
FOR RENT

* FREE RENT**
(Good payment rewarded)
2/1 Near Cranberry & 41.
216 Bamboo Dr. Large
yard, quiet setting, pets
under 30 Ibs. welcome.
Washer & Dryer included.
Lawn care, water & trash
pick up supplied.
Rent $625. Sec. $500.
(941)-423-9535
Move-in ready 2/1 in Pt.
Charlotte $625. or 2/1
in North Port $650.
(941)-457-9055
MURDOCK,. Avail Now!
3/2/CP, Tile, Sect.8.
$750 mo. incl. water. 941-
,628-1430, 766-2824
N. Port, 2/1, $575/mo. +
until. 1st/last,- compl reno-
vated, N/P, N/S. 941-240-
6500 or 646-250-2116
FREE RENT! Nokomis,
Move in Today! 2br/lba
$700/mo., lbr/lba,
$550/mo. (941)809-3869
NORTH PORT- 2/1,
$600/mo. 1st/Sec.
Annual Lease. No Pets.
(941)-423-8448
P.C. 2BR/2BA/1CG,
QUIET AREA, clean, pantry,
$600/mo. + Security
(941)-423-0486
PC, 2br/1.5ba w/W/D,
Lawncare & Bug Care
Incl., Accepting sect. 8
941426-3272 or 7406999
PGI 2/2/1, fresh paint,
tile carpet, w/d, hurri-
cane shutters, $750 mo
+ dep. (239) 598-3431
PGI WATERFRONT
2/2/1, lanai, carpet &
tile, W/D, D/W, dock,
fenced back yard, sm.
pets ok. $850/mo.
annual lease. 1st, last
& sec. Water, sewer
and yard care included.
Call 941-626-0552
PUNTA GORDA- 2/1, CHA,
W/W carpet, W/D hookup,
screen lanai, lawn care,
water/sewer inc. $650.
mo. No pets! 941-769-
6548 days, 941-639-8829
evenings.

*;i I VAa


Punta Gorda, small 1
bedroom $525 or $585
furnished. Near 1-75
(941)-637-4668
Venice 2BR/1.5BA, .very
clean, no pets. $650/mo.
+ electric & water. $650
security. (941)-475-9239
Venice, 1/1 screened
lanai, private yard, near
41, small pet ok! $700
mo. (941)-468-6784
VENICE, 2/1.5, Lanai,
Laundry Rm Lawn Maint.
Incl. $675/mo. Ist/L/S
941-468-1206

1320 APARTMENTS
FOR RENT
**VENICE ISLAND, lbr
$700. Efficiency $600, Must
See! Walk to Beaches &
Downtown. 1-800-7464030
*DNTOWN VENICE Embassy
1br apt. $650/mo. + $600
Sec. Walk to beach & church-
es. NP (941M484-3436
*2/1 ENGLEWOOD,
3 MOS. FREE!
PETS OK.
NEW PAINT, NEW
TILE. $600/MO.
(941)-475-2178
lbr/lba, Rotonda, Large
Rooms & Appliances, 291
Boundry Blvd. $495/mo.
(9411-920-6265
2 Rooms w/Full Kitchen
and Bath, Private and Quiet,
Cable, Garage Parking,
W/D, Pets ok, on 6 Acres,
10 Miles East of 175, SR
72. $750 mo. 1/2 Elec-
tric. 915-2819
Char Harb Immaculate,
updated units, 1 block to
harbor, N/S, lbr/2br $650
up. 941-743-4663
CHAR. HBR. 1/1 updated
units incl. water,.pool, scr.
lanai, no pets. $600 mo.
1st + sec. 941-628-3759
Charlotte Harbor updated,
2/2, W/D hook up, nw car-
pet, central air, $650. N/S.
(941)-505-8530
CLEAN, COZY, COOL &
SAFE 1 BD, furn. comfy
Queen Bed, incl. utilities,
laundry, courtyard. 941-
815-0711
Efficiencies 1 & 2 Bed-
room apts. furnished.
$175-up. Triangle Motel
639-8356
ENG. 2/2 6428 HAMLET
DR. NEW TILE, PAINT.
NO SMOKE! $650 MO.
1ST/L/SEC. 941-830-
1350
ENGLEWOOD 1BR/1BA,
completely furn./spotless,
new tile & carpet, newer
appl., lanai, lawn serv., 1.5
mi. from beach, $695/mo.
Ist/Lst/Sec. No pets.
(941)475-3889


1320 APARTMENTS
FOR RENT
ENGL, 1BR/1BA, NICELY
DECORATED, $575/MO.,
NO PETS.
941-276-3760
ENGLEWOOD WATERFONT
1/1, Very Clean, Close to
Shopping, No Pets
$580/mo
941-475-5409
ENGLEWOOD, 2br/lba,
scrnd lanai, no pets.
$750/mo. plus Deposit.
(9411475-2347
Englewood, nr Merchant's
Crossing, 2/1, unfurn.
clean, new paint, tile firs
$550/mo. 941-6854200
HERON COVE APTS.
located about 10 mins.
from Venice in Engle. all
1,300sf, 2 & 3 BR's unfum.
from $825 to $900. 1st
& 2nd mos. rent 1/2 off.
Short/long term lease.
REDUCED sec. dep.
(941)-473-0450
www.HeronCoveFL.com
IMMEDIATE Occup.-furn all
utilities included. Peachland
Blvd. $650 mo. Call ASAP!!
941-623-8273.
Isl of Venice Studio, furn,
utilities pd, close to shop-
ping & beaches!!! $650/mo
lst/L/Sec 941488-7272

ISLAND OF VENICE
Eif 1 & 2 br, l-yr lease.
Immed. occup. No pets.
(941)416-5757

UVE ON THE ISLAND
SQF VENICE -:
S ,. )10P,
..
i941
MANASOTA KEY, STEPS
TO THE BEACH, 1/1,
furn. util & incl cable.
$270/wk long term
(941)-716-3660
Murdock Circle, 1,2,3 & 4
bdr. avail, for immed.
occ.! Ask about move-in
specials. (941)-627-3900
Equal Housing Opportunity
Nokomis, Studio apt.
$600/mo., 1BR furn. apt.
$650/mo. Utils: Incl. -
Duplex 2/1 $600/mo.
(941)-488-8163
Nokomis, Walk to Beach,
2br/lba, Newly Refurb.,
NP. $750/mo. w/ 1 mo.
Sec. (941)-485-1206
NOKOMIS: Near Beach, Large
Mother In law Apt Immac.
2/1, comply. furn., no pets, no
smokers. First, last, sec.
$950/mo. Yearly lease. 941-
488-3808 or 350-8060
North Port
2br/2ba, 1,100 SF,
cathedral ceiling, & tile
floors. $800/mo.
(941)628-1411
P.C. 1 mo. FREE, Charlotte
Harbor, new 1br, unfurn,
c/h/Va, fans, N/P. $650/mo.
(9411-587-7828 or 918-2078
P.C., 2BR/2BA, canal,
tile, carpet, lanai, $650
rno. Annual. N/P 941-505-
1474 or 941- 724-3352
PGI WATERFRONT
2/2 Tile through-out
dock, large back yard,
off street parking, W/D
in building, small pet
ok. $750 mo. annual
lease. 1st, last & sec.
water/sewer yard care
included941-626-0552
Port Charlotte 2/2/1
$700 F/L/S
941-809-3508
Punta Gorda 2/1, tile
throughout, central air &
heat, $600 mo.
(9411-639-2823
PUNTA GORDA 1BR patio,
W/D, clean, quiet, "park-like
setting", water view.
$485/sec. 239-734-2020
New 2/2/1 Rotonda
condo $850 mo. FREE
flat screen TV w/1 yr
lease. 941-268-3224
Rotonda West 2/2
with pool no pets -
$700- F/L/S
941-809-3508



WOODMERE
APARTMENTS
OF VENICE
Sta tin3 at $757/io.
3900 Woodmere Park
Blvd. 941-496-
4161 (
S. VENICE, Lg Studio Apt,
Jacuzzi Tub, Private Ent,
Very Clean, Furn, $600/
mo. N/P 941493-8383


UP TO
$2,500
FREE RENT
TOLEDO CLUB
APARTMENTS
Apartment Homes
starting at $608/mo.
Brand New
3500 Island Club Dr.
North Port
941-423-6600








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1320 APARTMENTS
FOR RENT
VENICE ISLAND 1BR/1BA,
newly renovated, 1st fir, nr
bchs & shop. $650 mo.
Water Incl. N/P, N/S. 941-
497-3863
VENICE-Spacious 2/1.5,
next to Holiday Inn, newly
renovated, close to shop-
ping, $700 1st/L/Sec
(941)-966-2762 aft 6pm
VENICE GDNS, spacious,
furn, lbr/lba, incl util.
1st&Sec. $775/mo. Move
in Dec 1. (941)-228-6351
VENICE ISL 1/BR, 5 min.
walk to beach & shop, incl.
water, REFS $600 -$700,
1ST/L/S (941)4000553
VENICE ISLAND' Studio
apt, No pets. 2nd floor
$475/mo (941)484-2206
or (941)-485-5698
VENICE ISLAND Annual, nr
beach & downtown, 1/1
$560 includes water, 2/1,
$750, Call (941)488-2613
VENICE ISLAND
STUDIO & 1BDRM
AVAILABLE NOW!
(941)-7354020
VENICE
Newly remodeled, 1br $650,
2BR $725. No pets. Sea Jay
Apts. (941)-232-9893
VENICE, 1br apt, 1st fir,
clean & secure, ref nec-
essary. Ist/L/Sec.
(941)-488-0276 Iv msg
VILLA SAN CARLOS II
22250 Vick St., P.C.
Available Soon 1 bed-
rooms. For 62 or Older -
HUD Subsidized rents
based on income. For
application call 941-624-
4404 EHO/HC Accessible.


1350 EFFICIENCIES
FOR RENT
CLEAN furn. efficiency
apts. So.PG $180-$200
per wk, incl util/cable, no
pets.Call 941-740-0491.
S. VENICE Large room
furnished/unfurn. Sep
enterance/bath, couples
& pets, ok. $500/mo
941-306-8155
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
941-483-0053

1360 ROOMS
FOR RENT
$125/Wk PC. nice clean
room + common area, all
tile, central air, elec., cable,
w/d 941-743-2040
$70 $120/Week
PG Full House Priv.
941-626-3230
Al Venice comm! $125
/wk inclds nice furn. rm w/
priv. entr. utils, TV, W/D,
N/S Refs. (941485-3943
CLEAN & SOBER Recov-
ery Housing in PC. Men
& Women. Interested in
sobriety 941-624-3748
N PORT FURNISHED N/S,
MUST LIKE PETS.
$110/WK + DEP & 1/4


FPL
1340 MOBILE HOMES 941426-6432 OR 875-
FOR RENT 6024
2005 Dbwide, 2/. Fort NORTH PORT. EXCEPTION-
2005 Dbl wie, 2/2. Fort ALLY clean home, priv bath,
Odgen area near Rt 17 & $135/WK. ALL UTIL INCLUD-
Kings Hwy.N/P 863-494- ED Call 941429-5157.
6244 or8639903234 NP Asking Church-Going pr
Arcadia, 3/2, MB retreat, to share home, Unfurn, Ig
pool, N of town. 1 yr lease. rm, $112. wk & $100.
Credit check req. dep 941-423-8712
$1000mo 941-769-1496
NP, Rm avail. Util Incl
NOKOMIS: +cable, NS, NP, must be
1BR/1BA and 2BR/1BA empl. Woman pref.
(941)-914-2760 $450/M 941-423-6055
PELICAN PERCH RV, PG 1 & iP
2 BR's $475/$600. $400 NY$2Wki nl
sec. dep. N/pets, Sites ac.-'MUi 'i1941)204-
Available 941-639-4412 a0566 276-3134 2 476-i25
Several AvaiL. From $400 PC, small room,
-$750. Punta Gorda, near CVS, non-smoker,
Nocatee & Kings Hwy. $495/mo. + sec.
Incl. CHA. 1st, Last, & 239-269-5298
Sec. 941-624-0355 PC. 1 FREE MONTH. Lg.
Wauchula room in Ig. home, priv.
Move-In Now Special entrance, house priv., util.
2 & 3 Bedroom MH from incl., w/d, cable, hot tub.
$125 wkly or $450 mo. NS/NP Refs. $125. wk. +.
with Low Dep. No pets. Sec. dep. (941)-240-0114
Family Park, Close to PC No Alcohol, No Drugs.
schools. Call 863-698P
schools Call 863698- Full use of whole house,
4910 Hardee Co. duvs 4OO0 4in
4910 Hardee Co. plus pool. One week in
The N advance. 941-276-0964.
.SUN. PG furn.,cable, phone,
"" until. incl. $125 wk. 2-3 BR
apt. $325 wk. N/P,
PUT CLASSIFIEDS 941-639-1089/941-
TO WORK 623-7921
FOR YOU! PG: 1-75 exit 161 a/c,
cable, room & bath,
FIND A JOB! shared kit., $105 wk or
BUY A HOME! $385 mo. 239-745-1372
BUY A CAR! Port Charlotte, Furnished
room, pool & house priv.
1345 MISC. RENTALS $140 wk. + security,
45MI AL (941)-613-1270
Reasonable rates, apart- Port Charlotte, unfurnished
ments, Mobile Home Lots, large bedroom, with bath,
RV Lots. Peace River, Punta living & dining area. Shared
Gorda. Has Boat ramp, kitchen. No pets, no smok-
Piers, Community Hall. 941- ing. Long or Short Term.
639-5461, no answer, call (239)-561-0756 or (239)
941- 815-0505. 247-0965


1350 EFFICIENCIES
FOR RENT
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 $700/mo
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, utils, cable
walk to beach $175/+
(941)488-1703 Iv msg
N.P. Fully fum efficiency,
all until included. Very
clean, close to 1-75 & 41
(941)-323-0674
N.P. Studio Apt., kitchenette,
bath. Fum, Linens, Dishes
incl, etc., all util., Priv entrance
TV w/Cable. $175/wk or
$710/mo. (941)426-2909
NOKOMIS Efficiency Apt,
privt./peaceful, Fum,
walk to beach/shopping.
$525mo (941)966-5489
Old Englewood, studio apt,
near bay & village, quiet
area. Kayak to bch.
$450/mo. (941)-223-3799


Punta Gorda, clean, turn,
cable, pool & utilities incl.
Close to 1-75. From
$80wk. (941)-575-9577
ROOM FOR RENT, private
bath & entrance, unfurn.,
$500. incl. all. Must pro-
vide ref. (941)-204-1943
Roommate 3/2, canal,
dock, poss. pet, no drugs.
Nice area. $500 mo.
(941)-979-9025
Roommate wanted for
3BR/2BA hm in N. Port.
$550/mo. Utils Incl., Full
Hse Priv. (941)-876-4467
S. VENICE, Close to 776
& Jacaranda need Room-
mates to share Ig. home
with 2 people, Use of
Pool & Util incl. $125/wk
941-488-9878
Venice Gardens, Furn.
$400/mo.; Female pre-
ferred. $100/Sec. (941)-
496-4525 Lve Message
Warm Min. Sprgs. water-
front property, 2 rooms
avail. $139/incl util &
Direct TV (941)628-5278

1370 RENTALS TO
SHARE
CHRISTIAN WOMAN will
share hm w/ same. Lg. fum
BR & priv. Bath, N/S, N/P
Venice Gdns (941)493-7653


1370 RENTALS TO
SHARE
HOUSEMATE'S WANTED:
Share Ig pool home on 6
acres. Mom, daughter,
seeking down-to-earth
Female. $575/mo. RV &
boat parking, water &
electric. (941)-484-1501
N. Port, share 2br/lba
home, 1 mi to WalMart &
shopping. $100/wk +Sec.
(941)4294116
NP 3/2/2 rooms for rent,
choice of 2 rooms, $125.
unfurn., Pref. Woman,
N/S, 941-979-2701
PC 1 bdrm, pool, w/d,
furn., $500 mo, $200 dep.
incl util., cable, NP, 941-
979-8287 Iv msg.
ROOM w/ BATH & Utils
incl. Full House Priv.
$80/wk (941)-697-9482
Male Preferred.
SHARE GORGEOUS 2007
PC pool home, $400. mo.
(786)-597-4195.

1390 VACATION/SEAS
RENTALS
*Venice Island, condo on
canal w/2 baths, ideal for cou-
ple, htd pool on Gulf.
$2500/mo. 941-484-7313
1 Manasota Key gulf front
2/2 home on 1 AC on your
own private beach. fabulous,
Rent annual unfurn or sea-
sonal furn. 941474-6633
2/2 Gulf Cove Pt.
Water View Furn. Villa,
13100 McCall Rd. Avail
Now thru April $1200/
mo (941)497-0599
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 941473-1800
3br/2ba N/S Executive
Condo in Rotonda.
marble bath tub with
spa jets, Pool,
Beautifully furn.
$1999/mo.
Lots of amenities!!!
941-268-5275
A PC Ige. home, tile, neat,
clean, nice area. Furn. util-
ities, Nov. & Dec. pet OK
-$1600/mo 941-626-7306.
AVAIL. GULF BEACH-
FRONT
Venice Island Condo's
Effs. & lbr. Turnkey
furn., Pool, Wk/Mo/Ann.
941-485-7967
trudypage@hotmail.com
ALMAR RENTALS &
MGT. SERVICES. MANY
FURNISHED UNITS TO
CHOOSE FROM
800-964-3095 EMAIL
ALMARRENTAL@
YAHOO.COM
ARUBA CONDO sleeps 4,
SJan 12- 26, 2008.
$1000/week.
(9411-5754450
AVAILABLE JANUARY 1ST
Large secluded home in
pristine condition in Mission
Valley, 5500 total sq ft,
3380 sq ft under air onr
2+acres Room for 4 cars
in garage. Fully furnished
w/42 plasma TV, 4 Beds (1
owners lock up) 2 baths
Large office + loft bedroom
if needed. Pool w/ Jacuzzi
with large lanai and 2 story
cage. Lawn & pool care
included. No pets. Smoking
outside only. $3500/mo +
Dep. + Sec. Call Sandy
Gillette on
941-504-0170
Avpllable nowit!
:Furnished 2/2, split
plan, great location.
$1,500 941468-
9022
ENGL E 2/2 Close to
shops, 15 mins to
beach, avail Dec thru
Apr 941-716-4305
ENGL ISLES 2/2/2, fire-
place, Comm. Pool, lawn,
pest incl. Nice & clean.
$2000/mo 941-488-5700
ENGLEWOOD Beautiful
1/1.5 2nd fir condo, pool,
clbhse. $1300 mo. util./
cable incl. 302-270-2973
Englewood/Rotonda
Great selection of
VACATION RENTALS
WEST COAST PROP.
MGT. 473-0718 or
877-468-0667
RentalsFlorida.net
Fully furn. home.
Near beach & golf.
Englewood area.
(941)-828-8870


* SOUTH VENICE *
2/2, Beautifully
furnished & land-
scaped w/6' privacy
fence, hot tub &
outdoor fireplace.
Close to beach,
shopping &
private boat ramp.
Available Jan. thru ?
$2,400/mo. + dep.
* 941-223-8112*


1390 VACATION/SEAS.
RENTALS
LEMON BAY frnt, furn hm.
4br/4ba/2cg, davits, no
bridges to gulf. $2500/mo
(863)-385-7672
LOVELY 2BR/2BA
S. Venice Avail Oct Dec.,
March & April. $2000/mo
941-223-4442
N. Port, nicely furn., 1, 2
or 3BR homes, some
w/pool, short or long
term. (941)-234-2166
NOKOMIS Eff. immacu-
late fum., W/D, N/S, N/P.
$625/mo. Avail Nov./Dec
941-488-6565
On Golden Beach, Ig 2/1
hm, lanai, deck, 1 blk to
gulf & priv bch. $2,000/
mo. 3 mo, min. 486-9133
PC 3/2/2 Brand New
hm. $1300. mo. season-
al. 941-255-3530.
PC 3/2/2, 11/15 ?, pets
welcome $1,800 mo + util-
ities. Overlooking sailboat
canal 941-661-0127
PC, 3/2/2, pool,$1500;
3/2/1, $1200, close to
hosp/shop. Both avail.
11/1, 941-391-0551
PG, furn. 3Bdrm, screen
lanai.' Dead end st. New
paint. Ref. req'd. 1st, last
& sec. (802)-8854198
Pt. Charlotte, furnished 2/2
condo, 10 min. to beach,
pool, tennis, shopping. N/S
(941-833-0563
Pt: Charlotte, Immaculate,
turnkey, 2/2, comm. pool,
Jan Mar. $1195 mo. No
pets. (941)-766-8012


PUNTA GORDA 1/1, Char.
Harbor water view, boat
slip, $1,200 mo. + dep.
N/S, N./P. 941-661-9332
Quait Pt Charlote home,
Oct-Mar, $2,250 al inclu-
sive tm, 4/2 on SW canal.
Hurry won't last 941-504-
5468
S. SARASOTA/OSPREY
FURN 2/1 HOME,LG.
YARD, LG DECK, VERY
PRIVATE SETTING.
$1295/MO UTIL &
CABLE INCL. 989-
585-3326
S. Venice, Lovely 3/2 F/F,
Nov- Jan $1200/mo
Feb April $1500/mo incl
util. 941-284-9459
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
VENICE EAST, Lovely clean
2/2/CP, Ig. rooms, w/d,
Avail. Nov. & Dec. $1200.
(941)-408-9511
VENICE ISLAND, bring your
boat. Like new 2001 dlbe
wide, w/lanai, 5 min to bch,
20 min to Gulf by boat,
2/1, dishwasher, new W/D.
$2400/mo. 3-mo min.
Add'lI mos. negot. (941)-
484-7017 or
(317)-694-2210
VENICE, 2br/2ba HOME,
fully furn, 50+ resort fac.
Wkly, Mo, Yearly. 516-728-
7487 or 516-728-2991
Venice, Nokomis, Engle-
wood 1 & 2 Bedrooms on
& off beach. Sm. pet cons.
941488-7272 "
Waterfront off of Lemon
Bay, 3BR/2BA, office,
fully furn., set up as a
vacation rental w/4 web-
sites already estab-
lished. 2 car oversized
garage, swimming pool,
boat dock & lift, fish
cleaning station. OWNER
MUST SELL! 852 E. 6th
St., EngI $250,000 obo
(775)-690-5332
www.usarealestatel969.c
om

1420 WANTEDTO RENT
Snowbird looking for cot-
tage, MH or apt. in Arcadia
or surrounding area.for
Jan. Feb. & March. Call
814-723-7266 814-688-
1227

1500 LOTS & ACREAGE
(2)80x120 adjoining build-
ing lots in growing 34th
Addition to Port Charlotte
Parcel ID 1143-17-5902 &
5903 Lots 2&3 Block
1759 Chickasaw Ave
$22,000 each. 717-377-
1627
20 +- acres Located 1.7
miles from Hwy 17 on
North Washington Loop
Just minutes to 1-75.
Cleared with no Scrub Jays


or Wetlands.
Parcel can be split, survey
is done. $340K
941.625.0905
CLASSIFIED
SELLS
CALL TODAY
941-207-1200
Venice/Englewood
North Port areas
OR
941-206-1200
Pt. Charlotte Areas


1500 LOTS & ACREAGE
5 Acres Commercial City
of PG. Capable .of approx
70,000 sq ft of rental
space. 1.5 Million or Joint
Venture. 727-697-2433 or
239-370-6711
5 ACRES, Resid.
Port Charlotte Suncoast
Estates, Nova Lane,
Horses OK. $225,000.
941-268-6209
FSBO. Out of state owner
needs to sell 4 PC residen-
tial lots. No scrub jays.
$12,000ea614-313-5404
HISTORIC DISTRICT
70 x 90 lot, Charlotte
St. All impact fees
paid. (941)-661-9757
LOT FOR SALE, NORTH PORT,
electric, 10,000 SF Yorkshire
area. $8900.
(941)423-7250
Lot on Savage $17K,
80x125 surveyed Real
Estate Broker Jack
Porter (239)-860-0577
NORTH PORT
ALL ON PAVED
ROADS WITH ELEC-
TRIC. NOT ON CITY
NORTH PORT
SCRUB/JAY. LIST
FROM $35K. LEAVE
FAX NO FOR LIST.
TEL 375-2111
FAX 375-2833
NP Lot off Sumter near 175,
Schools, Shops & SMH
Land Purchase; $21,900
941-587-1257
PC, .75 acre,
Beautiful, 3 Adjacent lots,
2 blocks East of
Toledo Blade. Near model
Homes $46,500. 941-627-
2686/303-8984351
Port- Charlotte .5 Acres
2 adjacent lots near
Toledo & 41. $25K
(941)-627-2686
or (303)-898-4351
VENICE HUGE PRIVATE LOT
Close to Beach, Preserve in
Back, $88K.
941492-6704 Pics at:
www.onsync.com/seneca

1515 WATERFRONT LOTS
2 Waterfront multi-fam build-
ing lots zoned for 5 units ea,
$75K ea. or $139K/both
Owner fin. 941474-6633


Port Charlotte 10
minutes to Gulf Beautiful
view. 18640 Alphonse
Circle $199,900. Near
schools, shopping, parks.
Take Edgewater, left on
Midway, right on Lake-
worth, right on Alphonse
Circle. Property is on
right. Call Agent: Mariann
Milner, Century 21 Sun-
belt (239)-560-7074
S. Gulf Cove, .5 acre,
55' on water, 4 bridges to
bay. $84,900.
(941-627-2686 or
(3031-898-4351

1520 OUT OF TOWN
LOTS
30 ACRES in East Ten-
nessee. Cleared, in pasture
w/ag creek. $6500/ an acre.
(423)-322-2768



GREAT SMOKEY MTNS.
PROPERTY, INC.
Western North Carolina
Great lots, Great prices!
New homes coming soon!
Many lots to choose from
(828)-926-6505
WESTERN NC MOUNTAIN
PROPERTIES Spectacular
views, homes, cabins &
investment acreage. Call
Cherokee Mtn GMAC Real
Estate for a FREE color
brochure (800)841-5868
or
www.cherokeemountainrealty.com

1600 BUSINESS FOR
SALE
BUY/SELL
VALUATIONS
VR Business Brokers
Fort Myers, Naples
Port Charlotte
941-627-5565
www.vrfla.biz
FLOORING STORE U.S. 41,
PC. 1600 sq. ft. beautiful
showroom, move in ready.
941-258-9000.
Laundromat for sale in busy
North Port Plaza. Great
cash return. Thomas Ryan
Real Estate, (9411-661-
9970
LAUNDROMAT. estab-


listed, Venice. Cash
business for
Owner/Operator.
Tony Abbate Laundry
Brokers, Inc. 800-282-
9023 www.lbrokers.com
LIGHT
MANUFACTURING
Unique patented product
sold through distributor
network established 14
yrs. Grossing $150K
annually. $110K $70K
down with possible sell-
er financing.
Call (941)-505-8010


1600 BUSINESS FOR
SALE

ONLY $1,600 sartyour own
VencdinCany Route.25
tpe selection machines, 3
i place.
Wetake cedt card
(941)875-9023
RESTAURANT Port Char-
lotte on Rt. 41 turn-key,
good lease, very busy.
$150,000. Will hold some
paper. (239)-895-1212
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. $60K Buys
it! 941-270-2811
VENDING machines, 45 on
location, 3 head units,
health problem forces sale.
(941)-624-3162
WANTED Vendig Route or
Vending Maces,any area,
cash buyer (941)8158649

1610 BUSINESS
RENTALS

*Clean 2 Rm Office,
Grt Englwood Location.
$500 Moves You In!
(941)-662-0015
16,800 SF prime Hwy
41. 51K traffic daily.
$12.75 SF. Allard Invest-
ment Realty 727-894-5002
2 Offices & Reception,
800 to 1600 sf. Best
Rental in Murdock
941-743-8338
2000SF Office Recently
remodeled. $2000/mo
2240 S. McCall Rd.
941-493-7792
700sf RETAIL/OFFICE
UNIT on Bus. 41, Venice
Island, High Traffic Area.
$1000/mo. (941)-485-
5797 or 416-1537
Aztec Plaza
US 41 Office Space for
immediate occupancy.
Call Rick for size and
prices (941) 815-2199


1610 BUSINESS
RENTALS
P.G. 1 blk off 41, office or
home office, lots of stor-
age, all redone & very
affordable 941-661-0371
PAULSON CENTRE
Executive Office Suites
18245 Paulson Drive, PC
(behind Charlotte Honda)
80 s.f. to 230 s.f.
Includes Receptionist,
Utilities & use of
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.
PIK-N-RUN PLAZA
Peachland Blvd.
Retail/Office/Profes-
sional, Newly Renovat-
ed, Plenty of Parking.
1,200 sq. ft. @
$15.00, based on
annual lease, includes
CAM (941)-627-3500
Port Charlotte US 41
1830 SF. 3 mo. free
rent with a 24 month
min. lease. Suitable for
law office, real estate,
title company, medical,
etc. Plenty of parking.
(941)-629-4850
Priced to Rent Now! Desir-
able Murdock area. Avail-
able. Call today! (941)456-
6149 after 10am.
Prime 41 office profes-
sional unit like new, 1000
sq. ft. $1,550 mo. water
included. (941)-627-2774
PRIME LOCATION. Small
office /suite, use of waiting
& conference rooms,
$500 mo. utilities included.
Call 941-624-3644
PROFESSIONAL Office
Space (3) 1 room offices,
$350 each incl utili. 3480
Depew Cr. 941-743-3812
Punta Gorda
BRAND NEW FOR LEASE
"25166 on Marion"
office/retail, medical,
1000 6000 sf. from


$1625 per month or
BRAND NEW!!! $199,000. Choice of inte-
BOBCAT SQUARE rior layout. Ready to move
Ist CLASS BUSINESS in. Beautiful building near
SPACE hospital, courthouse. Call
GREAT PRICES Buz @
1 BLOCK FROM Berson Realty Group
MEDICAL CNTR 941-628-1883
(941)276-0516 www.seecommercial.com
STORE/OFFICE
CEDAR POINT OFFICES PG US 17 space for immedi-
downtown ate occupancy. Call Rick
250 1250 SF for size and prices
FLIP 941-505-0482 (941) 815-2199.
Downtown Punta Gorda VENICE-WARFELDAVE
BRAND NEW FOR LEASE- AC'd office 4 rms 720sf ,
Free standing building! w/attached 2480sf warehouse.
"Nostalgia Building" Interior Also, 400/575sf bays. 941-
built out to your specs. Up 485-5853 or 9414886602
to 3520 sf. of office, med- VENICE: 1150 SF Office
ical, retail. Call Buz @ Warehouse on Seaboard
Berson Realty Group Ave. $950
941-628-1883 941A485-1119
www.seecommercial.com
ADVERTISE

Furnished Private Office
in Punta Gorda, with or The Classifieds!
without private phone VENICE: 4800 SF
line with DSL,k Comput- Office/Warehouse, Fully Air
er, Receptionist or Book- Conditioned, 12' Overhead
keeper! Call 941- 544- Door. 941-485-1119
8816 for further infor-
mation. Venice Office Warehouse
Space for Rent, 1100,
Great retail or 1500 & 1800sf Avail.
office space for Price Nego. 941-809-5767
rent 1040sqft Down- WAREHOUSE/STORAGE
town Venice. Hamil- SPACE 2,000 in Punta
ton Square. 941-468- Gorda, $1,598/mo.
2283 incl. all expenses
except electric. 941-
ICE HOUSE, in PG on US 347-8328
41, retail/office space. Warehouse/Office
$14- $16 NNN. Call FLIP, arehouse/Office
941-505-0482 7,500 sq. warehouse
4 4. w/20' ceiling. 1,250 sq.
PRIME RETAIL SPACE ft. a/c office. Near Tole-
tONH 1 ISLAND OF do Blade & 1-75. Avail-
.VNIC -HIGH able immediately. (Cell
'Ii #) (941) 232-5012,
(Work #)
'CALhl 4W183-3418 (941) 743-3159.
OFFICE SPACE S, Ask for Dwain
Venice Tamiami Tr.
750sf, $950/mo inclds 1615 INCOME
utils. 941-484-3596 PROPERTY
OFFICE/RETAIL State Rd 3 unts bring in $1,300, Fy
776 Near Stadium, Fair- occupied, utviey, r
grounds & Murdock Village. $400cashflowpermo
3300sf, 1100sf of Office &Seepicres&inancials.at
Showroom, High Traffic & wwws &anrams.net
Visibility. Owner 941-387- $ 0 1 3
6657 $110 fim 9414859023
OFFICE/WAREHOUSE CashflowDuplex$300 +
115 Corporation Way, permo.3/1 eachside.
Venice area, rear rollup Tolal income $1,390.
door. Ample parking. $125,000.
(941)-468-2834 See pictures &finandals@
www.landbarons.net
OLEAN PLAZA Unit C1, 2 21307-21311 CouHon Ave.
offices & recep., waiting rm 941-875-9023
& storage. $750mo+ tax
& until. (941)-627-0333 INVESTOR PACKAGE
5 Residential houses
9 tenants in place.
Owner retiring. Drive by;
3/2/2 w/pool, 1646
1st Month Rent Free! Kirkwood St. North Port.
Port Charlotte 3/2 Deck in back, 3141
Executive Office Suites Crestwood Dr. PT. Char.
Receptionist, all util. & 2/1 carport, 3132 Key
other support svcs. Lane, Port Charlotte
Omni Executive Center o 2/1 carport, 18789
A Friendly Place to be !! Countryman Ave. Port
4055 TAMIAMI TRAIL Charlotte
Acrosss from Bob Evans 3/1 carport, 115 Martin
Call Marj or Jan Dr. PT. Char. $675,000.
941-627-9755 Call 941-637-3910


1620 COMMERJ
INDUST. PROP.
16,800SF, Hwy 41 Venice
next to new Honda dealer.
51K traffic daily. Alard vest-
ment RIty. 727894-5002
6200sqft Warehouse
Zoned Cl Venice Ave,
$499,900. Edward
Knaust, Coldwell
Banker
941-586-4433


CLASSIFIED
SELLS
CALL TODAY!
941-207-1200
Venice/Englewood
North Port areas
OR
941-206-1200
Pt. Charlotte Areas

BRAND NEW!!!
BOBCAT SQUARE
1st CLASS CONDOS
EASY FINANCING

"SPECIAL"
$40k DISCOUNT
4130 SF on Toledo Blade
$168.00 Per SF

"SUPER SPECIAL"
$30k BUYER DISCOUNT
3000 SF OFFICE BLDG
2/3 LEASED, $595K

1000 SF, 3 OFFICES +
CONFERENCE, BUY
$199k, OR LEASE
$16.50 SF.
(941)276-0516
COMMERCIAL
PROPERTY
For Sale Bayshore Rd
.56 acres. corner lot.
Call 941-764-6824
Commerical Properties
For lease in Murdock.
Office, warehouse & ware-
house /office space. From
800 sf to 4200 sf.
941-625-1050
or 941-628-9016
1-75/Laurel Rd./Exit 195
NEW OFFICE/WARE-
HOUSE
Open T/W/TH 10-2
1633 SF Sale $219,000
Lease/Purchase $1950
mo.
100% Credit toward
purchase. -
Frank Logan 941-223-
0489
Lauden Pitts 941-374-
7349
Century 21 Sorrento
Realty
941-966-3602
Industrial Warehouse for
lease $1,400/mo. or sell
for $155,000, 1,200sf,
2nd floor 400sf, 121 Triple
Diamond, Unit 1, Venice.
email if interested
fred@myfloridaplumber.com
| Classified = Sales I


PCIG

FOR SALE 0
*Com. Bldg. on 1 acre,
fence, zoned C.I. Bus.
avail S699K
*Turnkey Restaurant. RE,
Bus. Equip., $760K. Great
Opportunity.
*Restaurant / Drive-in,
Equipped, Real Estate on
41 P.C. $399K
*Com. Condo, build out is
complete, near 1-75
$187,500
*Ind. Bldg. Ch. Cty. 5895
sq. ft. sale/lease, on 2+
acres $1,499K
*On Veteran's Blvd. Comm.
condo $155K. Automotive
okay. Busy complex.
FOR LEASE 0
*Office/Medical N.P. Call
for sizes / prices.
*For Lease P.C. Brand
new office/whse, approx.
2,250 sq. ft., $8.50 NNN
*Ind. BIdg. in P.C., 5895
sq. ft. w/loading docks.
$8.50 NNN
*Lease this C.G. condo for
$12.00 NNN, built out
Other units available.
Call for prices

CALL TODAY
(941) 255-5300
1-800-940-5033
Commercial Invest-
ment Group
mvcie.com
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


1620 COMMERJ
INDUST. PROP.
OFFICE SPACE
Near middle & high
schools on Toledo Blade.
Adjoining units lease as
one 2933 sf unit or sepa-
rately; 650 sf, 800 sf &
1483 sf. 941-625-1050
or 941-628-9016
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
SOUND INVESTMENT
Brighton Ave PC 170x125
engineering drawings for
2 warehouses & office
space. Total 6000 sf.
Some permits in place.
Remainder ready for per-
mits 280K 941-661-5816
WAREHOUSE FOR LEASE,
25591. Technology Blvd
Punta Gorda, 19,000 sf.
$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-
1027

1640 WAREHOUSE
& STORAGE
$1 Move-In- Special Self-
Storage. North Port Self
Storage Offers the Lowest
Prices for Storage, and RV
Parking. Stop by! We also
rent UHauls.
Will beat any competitors
price! 5055 Pan American
Blvd Just off US-41
941-426-6464.
OPEN SUNDAYS!
www.north-port-
storage.com
1,000 SF O.H. door,
bathroom, $550 mo.
Avail.'now Murdock
Industrial Park 941-626-
0416 or 743-6737
800 to 3000 SF Ware-
house space Murdock &
Charlotte Harbor. Start @
$400 mo 941-639-7532.
A Bargain Hunters Delighl
Check he-
Classifieds first
A W Pole Marketplace of
shopping is'tight at yoUr
-, fingertips! ,-
Call 'he Sunt Classifieds
"-.* '*. Today.
Fwom Venice. Englewoodr
SNorth Port Areas. '
Call 941-207-.1200
Fromn Pt. Charlotte Areas,
Call 941-206-1200 *.'


Affordable PC 1,200 -
2,500 sf., whse/off/bath
10' O.H. doors, IL zoning,
(941)-204-7352
ASPHALT/CONCRETE
Plant Location Zoned IG
WAREHOUSE/STORAGE
Up to 6000 sq. ft.
Great location!
Call Albert 941-629-
2558 or 941-628-2883
GARAGE STORAGE, 400 sf,
private, Riverside Dr. Punta
Gorda. $200/mo. (239)-
734-2020
PORT CHARLOTTE 1200
sf garage/warehouse
w/office $650 Avail, now!
(917)-974-8260


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2010 PROFESSIONAL
10/28/07
64908128 Charlotte Coun-
ty HIth. Dept. seeking
Advanced Registered
Nurse Practitioner. Mas-
ters Degree in nursing or
related field. Minimum of 1-
3 years experience. Flori-
da certification as an ARNP.
Variable hours, days & loca-
tions, may include Satur-
day. Salary: $37.00/hr.
per diem. EEO/AA. Appli-
cation deadline January 15,
2008. Apply online:
peoolefirst.myflorida.com.


Children's Home
Society of Florida has a
position available for
Family Support Worker.
Individual will be working
in the home visiting pro-
gram in our Port Char-
lotte office. Requires
High school diploma or
GED, plus 2 years expe-
rience working with chil-
dren/families. Fluency
in English/Spanish pre-
ferred. Fax resume to
attention of HR, 888-
470-5921 or apply
online at www.chsfl.org
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Clientel preferred but not
nessesary. Flexible hours
Please Call 941-473-1663

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HAIR STYLIST
FL Lic. Busy salon. So.
Venice. Base
pay/comm. Vacation.
941-460-0159
HAIR STYLIST & NAIL
TECH needed to come &
join our friendly salon.
Have a clientele? Ask
about our sign-on bonus.
Rent or commission ok.,
Call Nancy @ Scruples
941-629-9686
HAIR STYLIST Asst. need-
ed, PT,, must have Cosme-
tology Lic. Call Trend Set-
ters, (941-637-8786
HAIR STYLIST HELP!
Season is here & we need
stylist. Booth rental avail-
able. Call Robin,
(941)-625-8416.
Hair Stylist, Immediate
FT/PT Position Avail, Busy
Salon, Great Team, Clien-
tele Opt., (941)493-5959
HAIR DRESSER
& NAIL TECH
Needed. Clientele pre-
ferred. 941.628-5013
HAIRSTYLIST NEEDED
Booth rental w/following
pref. Salon & prime loca-
tion. Anna 941-374-0086
Insurance 220 or 440.
Start imned. Call Express
Personnel (941)-629-
2611
LIC. 440 Agent needed.with
one yr exp. with an inde-
pendent Fla. agency. Fax
resume to 941-613-2231.
NAIL TECH position avail-
able, booth rental or com-
mission. High volume of
customers. Apply within,
SBS Beauty Supply, 2721
Tamiami Tr. Unit B, P.C.
(941)-625-8869
NAIL TECH. Immediate F/T
or P/T position available.
Busy salon/great team!
Clientele optional. (941)-
493-5959
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retrieving and
reviewing several
daily system
reports. Minimum
2yr bank exp &
knowledge of bank
regulations req.

hr@peninsulabank.
com
fax 941-629-8409
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2010 PROFESSIONAL

Planner II
Charlotte County-
Punta Gorda MPO
Metropolitan
Planning
Organization
$42,432- $63,669
+ Benefits
Performs technical &
professional work con-
ducting research, prepar-
ing detailed studies &
reports relating to GIS,
the creation of maps, &
utilizing software such as
ArcView & ArcMap.
Transportation planning
experience is preferred.
Requires Bachelor's
degree in urban/ region-
al planning or related
field +.2 yrs exp in City
or county planning. Apply
to Charlotte County
Human Resources,
18500 Murdock Circle,
Room 140, Port Char-
lotte, FL 33948; phone:
(941) 743-1260. E-mail
your 'resume to
greatiobs@
charlottefl.com
fax: 941-743-1254.
Visit us on the web at
www.charlottecountvfl.
corn An Equal Opportuni-
ty Employer/ADA/Veter-
ans Preference, Women
and- Minorities are
encouraged to apply.
PROJECT ADMINISTRA-
TOR for roadway & under-
ground utility construction
company. Minimun 2 years
experience, strong com-
puter skills in Excel &
Microsoft Word.
Fax resume to:
(863) 993-4188
TAX PREPARATION
PROFESSIONAL,
Seasonal for CPA firm.
Tele: (941)484-2419
Fax: (941)-484-8555'
The Cape Coral Daily
Breeze is accepting News-
room resumes for
Reporters, Entry Level
Desk position & A Weekly
Editor. Send resumes &
Clips to Breeze Newspa-
pers Executive Editor,
2510 Del Prado Blvd.,
Cape Coral, FL 33904.
Email:vharring@breezenew
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2015 BANKING
Large national mtg lender
looking for exp. loan origi-
nators ready to take their
business to the next level.
Local ofc, 700+ investors,
excellent compensation &
benefits. (941)-496-4533
or (941)-232-9939 EOE


Peninsula Bank
Compliance
Department
Englewood
Location


Bank Compliance
Assistant

Minimum of two
years Banking exp.
required,knowledge
of various banking
regulations helpful.
Must be proficient in
Word and Excel
Duties include
preparation of
reports,maintaining
and updating files,
monitoring and
reviewing daily
account activity and
research and item
production pertain-
ing to legal request.

Administrative
Assistant, Bank
Compliance

Candidate must
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environment &
be detail oriented.
Must be proficient in
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Duties to include
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ADMIN/HYGEINE COORDI-
NATOR, Mon-Thurs,
Dental Exp. Req., Warm
Friendly Staff & Patients,
Great Pay/Benefits
Fax: 941-423-0493
ARNP OR PA
Well established dermatolo-
ogy office seeks qualified
ARNP/PA. Will assist busy
two physician practice.
Competitive salary & benefit
package. Exp. pref. but not
required. Please Fax
resume to (941)-625-6134.


2020 CLERICAL/OFFICE

FT Payroll Processor
This Premier Retire-
ment Community is
seeking an individual to
join our team.
Must have at least 2
yrs. experience in
payroll data entry, basic
bookkeeping
and general ledger.
Experience in
Excel required. Apply
in person to:
VILLAGE ON THE ISLE
920 Tamiami Trail S.
Venice, FL 34285
Or call 486-5463 to
make an appt
EOE Drug Free Work-
place
Knowledge of Publisher.-
graphic design, data entry
and lots of phones.
Apply: 2394 Tamiami Tr.
P.C. (941)-629-2611
Admin. Office Assist. w/ solid
webmaster/site designer,
Quickbooks, MS Word &
Access exp. for PT flex hrs. in
Venice. Fax resume to
9414854571 or email
admin@moapilot.com
OFFICE HELP, Entry Level,
In Venice, Part time 20-25
Hrs./wk. Monday-Friday.
email resume to
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Fax to 941-484-8452
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401K & Ins. benefits. Call
863-494-3066 ext. 27 for
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941-624-5570
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Caregiver/Compan-
ions 'In-Home Care.
FT/PT & Live-In Avail.
Work Now. Experience
necessary. Top Pay.
(941)493-0643


Deep Creek
Rehab & Nursing
Center
has openings for the
following:
ePhysical Therapists &
Assistants
*Occupational Thera-
pist & Assistants
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FT & PRN positions
avail.
120 bed skilled nursing
facility with large up to
date therapy gym.
Great friendly atmos-
phere with benefits.
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941- 629-7466 to
apply.

DENTAL OFFICE
MANAGER
Venice
One year of experi-
ence required.
DENTAL
ASSISTANTS
Bradenton
$500 Sign-On
Bonus!
Coast Dental is the
Southeast's leading
provider, with 115
neighborhood dental
practices and grow-
ing. Lucrative com-
pensation package
includes great
wages, medical, life
& disability insur-
ance, paid time off,
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ext. 115




CoastDental'
Fax (813) 289-4500

www.CoastDental.com
EOE/M/F/D/V
Drug-free workplace


Desoto Health & Rehab
has the following
opportunities available:
DON, w/SNF exp.
RN, PT 7am-3pm
LPN, PT 11pm-7am.
Premium py.
For consideration sub-
mit application At:
1002 N. Brevard Ave.
Arcadia. Fax resume to
(863)-494-9470
For questions call:
(863)-494-5766


2030 MEDICAL
ARNP, FT, Seeking full
time ARNP to join our pedi-
atric team. Ideal candidate
must have a current Flori-
da license, 1 2 yrs. exp.
in similar setting, strong
interpersonal skill & the
ability to see patients in a
fast paced environment
daily. We offer a competi-
tive salary & benefit pack-
age. All qualified candi-
dates please fax resume
to Tina 941- 629-4701 or
email CV to tlindenberg-
er@em- barqmail.com
Assistant with Dental
Exp. Full Time./ Hygenist
3-4 days week. S. Venice
Office. Great Pay +
Bonuses Fax Resume
941-408-0896


OFFICE
MANAGER
for Long Term
Care, Nursing and
Rehab Home.
Responsible for all
.Business Office
work flow. Must
have a strong
working knowledge
of Accounts
Payable and
Receivables and
excellent computer
skills. Need mini-
mum of 2 years
experience in Long
.Term Care billing
procedures.

Competitive Pay
Full Health
Insurance
Coverage Available
401(k)

Apply at HQM in
Port Charlotte
4033 Beaver Lane
Port Charlotte
EOE/DFWP


Fast growing Radiology
practice seeking
Exp. MRI Tech. with
multiple Modality capa-
bility for out patient
imaging center. Great
benefits & salary.
Fax resume to
(941) 258-3292
FRONT OFFICE
BUSY FAMILY PRACTICE
LOCATED IN VENICE
seeks exp'd front desk
person. Must have good
communication skills.
Detail oriented, exp'd on
Medical MGR program
and is a good people per-
son. Fax resume to:
941-485-5261

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FRONT DESK SPECIALIST
Permanent / Part Time
position. Medical Office
Exp. Preferred. Fax
Resume. 941-764-7542
Home Health Agency
seeks CLINCIAL
SUPERVISOR/RN with
home health exp. Fax
resume to: 941-766-1644
Lic. H299991018. DFWP.
Equal Opportunity Employ-
er
Kennel Assistant FT
Must be able to work
weekends & holidays.
Apply at: 23041
Harborview Rd., PT. Char.



Life
center
of punta Gorda
www.LCCA.com

We're Life Care
Centers of America,
the nation's largest
privately-owned skilled
care provider. If you
share our heartfelt
approach to caring for
the elderly, consider
joining our family at
Life Care Center of
Punta Gorda.
Opportunities available
for quality-oriented
individuals are as
follows:

Activities Director

We offer competitive
pay and benefits in
a mission-driven
environment. Please
call 941-639-8771 or
fax resume to
941-639-3422 or
come visit with us at
450 Shreve St.,
Punta Gorda, FL EOE

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Venice; Englewood,
North Port 207-1200
Pt. Charlotte Areas
Call 206-1200
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
MEDICAL ASSISTANT
for busy OBGYN office.
Medical exp. req. Fax
resumes, 941-764-0391.


2030 MEDICAL
CERTIFIED MEDICAL
CODER, Murdock 2 doctor
office. FT. 401K, profit shar-
ing, health ins. Many other
benefits. M-F, 8 4:30 call
Blanche 941- 627-9095.
( DIRECTOR OF "
NURSING
REGISTERED NURSE
licensed in the State of
Florida. Minimum of one
(1) year prior nursing
experience in the field of
Developmental disabili-
ties & supervisory expe-
rience preferred. Must
possess a valid Florida
Driver's license. Must
have the ability to lift 50
pounds. Please contact
Leslie or Marne at:
(239) 283-1333)
ESTHETICIAN or LASER
TECHNICIAN needed for
upscale esthetic & anti-
aging spa. Must have good
experience in major esthet-
ic procedures. Fax resume
(941) 235-9200
F/T RN SUPERVISOR
11PM TO 7:30AM
P/T, LPN or RN's
11PM to 7:30AM
$500 Sign on bonus!!!

CNA's
7AM-3:30PM
& 3PM-11:30PM

Also, openings for
Diners 4PM-6:30PM
APPLY IN PERSON:
Heritage Health Care
1026 Albee Farm Rd.
Venice 941-484-0425


S ,- or
941-743-8878
HHALic#207890961

PHYSICAL
THERAPIST/PHYSICAL
THERAPIST ASSISTANT
needed Full Time in out
patient clinic. Please fax
resume to: (941)-766-1644
or Call (941-766-1235
Physical Therapy Tech. $8-
$12 per hour.Part time
w/full time potential. Col-
lege tuition help avail, for
PT/PTA degree if right can-
didate. E-mail resume:
rlovell@fitnessquestpt.com
ADVERTISE WITH THE
SUN CLASSIFIED
RECEPTIONIST needed
for busy Surgeon's Office
in P.C. Immediate open-
ing. Medical office
experience a MUST!
Call (941)-625-0600

RN Full Time
& LPN/RN
POOL/PRN
HarborChase of Venice
has immediate openings
for RNs or LPNs to join
our team of care givers.
We are one of Florida's
premier skilled nursing
community and we
provide our associates
an atmosphere of
teamwork, a high level of
job satisfaction, and
opportunity for growth.
*
Experience in long-term is a
definite advantage. Require-
ments are strong clinical
expertise, knowledge of
state regulations, and a
desire to make a positive
difference in the lives of our
residents and their families.

At HarborChase we offer
competitive compensation,-
and an excellent benefit
package including a 401(k)
plan. Benefits are offered
to associates who work
20+ hours a week.

We recognize people as
our most valuable asset,
and believe our CORE
VALUES of respect, atten-
tiveness, integrity, steward-
ship, and excellence are
not just words but are a
way of life. Consider joining
the team at HarborChase
of Venice where you CAN
make a difference! EOE
Apply in person:
HarborChase OF Venice
950 PINEBROOK RD
VENICE, FL 34292


2030 MEDICAL
Medical Asst w/ Exp
& PT Bookkeeper
Busy Dermatology Practice
in Venice. Join Our Grow-
ing
Practice! Fax 941-485-
2288
Medical Receptionist /
Medical Assistant
For Fast-paced OB/GYN
practice. Prior Medical
Office experience and Med-
ical Computer experience
required. Must be able to
Multi-task and be willing to
cover back-office when
needed. Wages based on
experience, Health Insur-
ance Available, Uniforms
Provided, Qualified Appli-
cants please fax resume to
941-764-6927
Murdock Family Medicine,
P.A. is seeking a qualified
Patient Accounts Repre-
sentative. Candidate must
have medical billing/office
experience and knowledge
of collections. Fantastic
people skills are a MUST,
along with tact, superior
computer skills and utmost
professionalism. Full Time
w/ benefits: Health, Dental,
Life, SIMPLE w/co match,
STD, Pd. Vac, Pd. Sick,
AFLAC. Come work for the
BEST! Fax resume to
Human Resources at 941-
235-7148. DFWP.
NEEDED EXP. REHAB
TECH FOR BUSY PT
CLINIC. ENGLEWOOD
CALL 941-475-3556
OR FAX 475-2008

NURSECRE
IMMEDIATE
POSITIONS
AVAILABLE
RN's
*LPN's
*CNA's
NurseCore has many
homecare and nurs-
ing home positions
available. Enjoy what
NurseCore
can provide for you.
Freedom to choose:
*Positions you want
*The schedule you
want
*Health benefits
Contact us
online at
.- NurseCore.net


RN's & LPN's Needed
Multi-Kid Home Care
Client needs your help.
Full-time or Part-time
Full Benefits!! Great Pay!!
Call Maxim Healthcare
Services
941-359-0106
S. County YMCA needs
a Dietitian to work in
our Venice & Engle-
wood Facilities, Hourly
w/ Lots of Potential.
Self Starter who enjoys
wellness atmosphere &
individual consults.
Call 941-375-9106

Skilled Nursing
Facility

Nurse F/T 11 -7

Pool Nurse
3-11,11-7
*************
Apply online:
www.WORK4SHP.COM
or Call
1-866-WORK4SHP
1-866-967-5474
Extension #101
I* ,




Alterra
Sterling House of Engle-
wood, has an immedi-
ate opening for FT Res-
ident Assistant Day/
Evening Combo Shift.
Must be friendly, team
player & enjoy working
with the elderly. We
offer a caring homelike
environment & comrhpet-
itive wage and benefit
package. Please apply
in.person at 550 Roton-
da Blvd West.

The Gardens, ALF
Memory Care, is
looking for
dynamic LPN's to
join our team. We
have a F/T after-
noon and P/T
positions available

Apply by Phone
1-866-WORK-4-SHP
Extension 304
Or by Web
www.WORK4SHP.COM
Resumes can
be faxed to:
941-235-4549
With questions, call:
Linda at:
941-276-2053
Assisted Living
Facility #AL5075




VET. ASSISTANT needed
MUST be dep. & person-
able. Apps. accepted M, T,
TH, F 9-5 NEW HOPE Pet
hospital 24901 Sandhill
Blvd. #10.


2030 MEDICAL

RINLPN
Full Tne 7-3
Quality Health Care
Ctr, 6940 Pan Ameri-
can Dr. North Port
(941)-426-8411
EOE. DFWP.
RN OB Full Time,
nights, LDRP Unit, extended
preceptorship program.




Human Resources
Desoto Memorial
Hospital
900 N. Robert Ave.
Arcadia, Fl. 34266
OR
www.dmh.ore and look
under Careers
OR
Fax Resumes to:
863-494-8400
E-mail: hr@dmh.org
863-494-8405
CLASIIE


ACTIVITY DIRECTOR
full time. Apply in person
LEXINGTON MANOR
20480 Veterans Blvd
Port Charlotte
Banquet Staffing 20 peo-
ple needed wait-staff, bar-
tenders, dishwashers.
Good pay. Temporary for
the season. Apply -
Express Personnel 2394
Tamiami Tr.
(9411-629-2611
Start Immediately
HOTEL
MAINTENANCE
PERSON
Full time. Must be able
to lift 70 lbs.
Experience preferred.
Please apply in person.
BEST WESTERN
AMBASSADOR SUITES
400 Commercial Ct.
Venice, FL 34292 or call
Jan at 941-480-9898
IHOP now hiring Line
Cooks. Flexible hrs.
Apply in person at:
1501 Tamiami TrI,
Punta Gorda. D.F.W.P.
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SELL IT!
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Kitchen Manager Full
Service Restaurant,
Experienced, Good Pqy
& Benefits. 5
Days/week for our new
exciting restaurant in
Port Charlotte Town
Center. Fax: (941)488-
6682 or Email:
sharkys.office@daystar.n
et or mail to: Joe
Cracker Sportsgrille,
PO Box 267, Venice,
FL 34284

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Port Charlotte

Lemon Bay Golf
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following *
Lead/line Cook
positions, FT/PT,
Day time

(941)-697-4190
Looking for a job? Try some-
where else! Looking for
rewarding, steady work on
the Island? Wait Staff, line-
prep, dishwashers. All shifts,
flexible hours. Give us a call
484-7072
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NOW HIRING:
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For new Perkins
Restaurant & Bakery
Opening in North Port
Please apply on location at:
Tuesday Saturday 9-5
6001 South Salford Blvd.
North' Port, FL 34287
Or online at:
www.snagajob.com/perkins
www.Derkinsrestaurants.com
EOE
SERVERS F/T
Experience preferred.
APPLY IN PERSON
MON-FRI, 2-4PM.
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try Club, 1901
Jacaranda Blvd,
Venice. EOE,
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941-815-5233 OR
941-964-2002
SUMMERVILLE AT
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weekend. Also hiring
FT DINING ROOM
SERVERS. Qualified can-
didates will have a high
school diploma or GED
(if still in school, must be
at least 18 yrs old) and
will have excellent
customer service skills.
Fun work environment
with great team! Don't
miss this opportunity!
Applications accepted
Monday-Friday, 9am -
5pm, or fax resume to:
941-488-3602. EOE/
Drug Free Workplace.

2050 SKILLED TRADES

ACCOUNTS
RECEIVABLE
CLERK

Duties include daily
cash reconcilements,
assessment input and
balancing, monthly
reconcilements to the
General Ledger and
general office duties.
High School diploma
or equivalency as
well as a valid Florida
Drivers license with
an acceptable driving
record required.
Some college pre-
ferred but not
required. Previous
Office/Accounting
work experience
required. PAY RANGE
$12.54-$19.83 PER
HRStarting rate com-
mensurate with exp.
Exc. benefit pkg.
Apply at
Engelwood Water Dist
201 Selma Avenue,
Engelwood, FL
34223 or fax resume
to
941-460-1025 Attn
Human
Resources
AC Company has a posi-
tion open in our a/c and
refrigeration service
department. Qualified
applicants must have min
5 yrs a/c service tech exp
refrigeration and appliance
exp is a plus. Must have
valid drivers license. Our
company offers great pay
and an excellent benefit
package, including paid
health insurance, a dental
plan, life insurance and a
401k plan'with 3% compa-
ny match. Paid vacation,
flex sick/personal time
and a company supplied
vehicle. This is a great
opportunity to have a last-
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tioning field. Please call
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AC INSTALLER-EXP.
Min. 3-5 yrs. new & existing
cons. FL drivers lic a must.
Top pay, health benefits,
retirement-vac. Great work-
place. Receive the recogni-
tion you deserve. Drug free
work place. Boyd Brothers,
2460 Highlands Rd. Hbr.
Hgts. 941-627-8881
AC SERVICE TECH,
EXP'D Min. 3-5yrs. Comm.
-A& Resid, new & existing
const.
Valid FL Drivers Lic. a Must.
Top Pay, Benefits. Great
workplace. Receive the
Recognition you deserve."
Boyd Brothers, 2460 High-
lands Rd., Harbour Heights.
EOE/DWFP 941-627-8881
ADAMS BROS. Cabinetry
needs Solid Surface Fab-
ricators/ Installers (mini-
mum two years of experi-
ence required), Trim Car-
penter (minimum five
years of.experience in cus-
tom commercial millwork,
including doors and hard-
ware, standing and running
trim, and paneling), an
experienced person for
Finishing Department
and Project Draftsper-
son/Engineer with strong
computer and math skills
with cabinetry knowledge.
Salary DOE, health insur-
ance, 401K, full time posi-
tions. Apply in person at
8079 Golf Course Blvd. in
Punta Gorda.
Auto Mech. Certified -
great pay and bene's.
Call (941)-629-2611
AUTO TECHNICIAN
Must have EXPERIENCE
& TOOLS. Driveability a
plus. Great pay. Ask for
Mark 941-662-7631
AUTOMOTIVE TECH for
local full service repair cen-
ter, that specializes in auto
A/C as well as electrical.
Must be exp. in all general
repair and A/C. ASE Cert.
must have own tools. Call
941-7694631 or apply on-
line- at www.icecold-
auto.com '
CONCRETE WORKERS,
Experienced, for drive
way & sidewalk finishing.
"Forming also". Work is in
Lee County. 941- 575-
6224.
Electrician & Exp. Helpers
lfor. commercial work in
East Arcadia. Long term
employment oppty w/25 yr
est. co., full benefits &
401K, NCN Electric 800-
299-9238
ELECTRICIAN'S & Experi-
enced Helpers Needed
Call (941)-429-4900
ASK FOR JENNY OR ROB
EXPERIENCED PLUMBERS
WANTED, Service & Pex
Repiping. Only Best Need
Apply. Must have clean FL
DL. Apply online:
MyFloridaPlumber.com
Hairstylist needed, Com-
mission, Apply in Person,
1st Impressions, 4200
Tamiami TrI #B P.C. .


MARINE CONTRACT-
ING GROUP, Inc. is seek-
ng the following EXPERI-
ENCED personnel:

Equipment Operator
Exp. w/dredgiing
Seawall Crew
Sod Crew
Boat Capt.

Steady local work in the
Charlotte Area and willing
to travel. 40 + hours/
week. Must have 2 valid
forms of ID & reliable
transportation. We offer
top wages based on
experience, paid holidays
and vacations. Call (941)
505-0221 or apply in per-
son @ 2511 Vasco St
Unit 112, Punta Gorda, FL
M-F 8am-3pm.
EOE/DFWP.


Company seeking Welder,
Sheet Metal Duct Mechan-
ic, and helpers. Contact
Sam @ 407-464-7776
X205. Great Pay and Bene-
fits Arcadia
PT Pool Tech Needed Exp.
Required, Clean Driving
Record & Drug Free Work-
place. 941-488-3990
REFRIGERATION TECH
needed Experience -
pref. Good pay and
ben's. 941-426-5005
Rod Technician

Needed for Survey crew.
Experience preferred but
not necessary. Apply in
person at Johnson Engi-
neering, 18501 Murdock
-Circle, 4th Floor, Suite
404, Port Charlotte, FL or
visit web site www.johnso-
nengineering.com and
complete our online appli-
cation. ,EOE Drug Free
Workplace


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Wood cabinet Finisher Custom/Semi Custom Cab- .
Must be skilled at stain- inetry Sales Position Avail -
ing, glazing & spraying all Commission Only
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resumes@nelsonpub.com Insurance Agents, Real- 9am-2pm, M-F. Commis-
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potential as a multi-line
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HRS. Bureau Insurance. Call CARE NEEDED
Cameron at (941)-232-
$8.00/Hr. Day 5894 or email resume to A NAEYC center seeks an
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SGreat Bonuses Leasing onsu teacher. (941)-639-7901
o No Exp. Needed Leasng Consultant-
SPaidTraining Part Time. 20 h/wk.L ASST. NURSERY WORK-
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desirable, but not resume to: Burnt Store.
Call 941-613-1870 required. Computer Presbyterian Church,
Ask for Virginia literate. Fax resume 11330 Burnt Store Rd.,
to 941-423-2876 PG., FL, 33950 or fax:
APPOINTMENT SET- 941-639-1069 or E-mail
TER. PT or F/f Tues-Sat. New Agents: to: bspc83@embarq-
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ment Store. Will train ing/learning for those who Child care center looking
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check required. Call managing Broker/ (941)-624-3382
AA Temperature Services Owner, Rick Page at (941) Child care needed. 2p-5p.
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ref's. (941)-875-3130
AR. Y U Sales TINY HANDS PRESCHOOL
LO KRAccount is now hiring FT/PT
I R1OIO 1e Teacher/Assistant Exp.
PIOlF Manager nec. Must be reliable, flexi-
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Communications cations only, no phone calls
Cm ncin please. 20150 Midway
SDescription Blvd., PC.
[MI KOI'iS D DayStar -YMCA AFTER-
Communications, SCHOOL
AREA = T, TT) one of the fastest Now Hiring
growing high tech Group Leaders
I have an OPPORTUNITY telecommunications PT, Mon-Fri, 1-6p(approx)
for 3 to 4 extremely companies in South- 1st Aid & CPR (a Plus)
in-home closerssful west Florida, is seek- Apply in Person:
in-homeng a YMCA at Edgewater
S45k Plus Per year professional Sales Branch
Major company benefits Account Manager to 19333 Quesada Ave.
package. Company Train- join our dynamic Port Charlotte, FL
ing, no credit turn downs. team.'


Call if you are
serious -
About a career ih The
Cementery & funeral
Industry and are willing to
work!

I'm Tired of
interviewing
people who only
want to earn
$300, to $400
per week and
Don't want to
work!!
Cal today 941-475-5337
Fax 94-1475-5544
E-mail resume:
jlongo@gulfpinesmp.com


Attention Realtors
You'll FLIP when you hear
all the great services and
benefits we provide our
Real Estate agents on a
daily basis. Call ERA
Advantage Realty to
schedule a-private, confi-
dential interview. We have
an opening for one Real
Estate professional in our
Port Charlotte Office.
ERA Advantage, Inc.
941-255-5300
Business Opportunity from
home, PT/FT, Earn Commis-
sions, Bonuses & Health Ins.
Courtney (941)-234-5029
CSR w/220 or 440
license for established
Insurance Agency, Benefits
and 401K. Reply to:
CHARLOTTE SUN
23170 Harborview Road
BOX M, Charlotte Harbor
FL 33980
I Classified = sales |


DayStars' reliable, high
quality products and'
responsive customer
service just don't hap-
pen by accident. They
happen as a result of
the creativity, determi--
nation, talent and pro-
fessionalism of every
member of our
DayStar team. Every-
day our employees
dedicate themselves to
exceeding customer
expectations and earn-
ing customer loyalty.

Oualifications:
2+ years successful
outside sales experi-
ence
Telecommunications
/Data knowledge
strongly preferred
* Good communication
skills(verbal/written)
* Good prospecting,
proposal & presentation
skills
* Computer literate
(Word, Excel, MS Out-
look, ACT, etc.)
* Strong interpersonal
skills
* Outgoing & Deter-
mined personality
e History of proven suc-
cess exceeding quota

Requirements
Benefits:
* Medical and Life Insur-
ance
* Paid Time Off vaca-
tions and holidays
*401K
*Recognition Programs
* Cell Phone allowance
& mileage reimburse-
ment

Send resume to: b.low-
master@daystar.net


2100 GENERAL ny. Heavy lifting. xperi-
enced with hand tools.
PT SEASONAL $9/hr. Call (941)-255-7866
or fax resume (941) 255-.
STAFF NEEDED for 7864
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or Landscaping. JOBS! JOBS! JOBS!
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work weekends, lift mentacom
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Call 941-964-2211 MAINTENANCE person
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COMPUTER,
Put it to work! NO $$$?
$1500-$5000, PT/FT,. NEED $$$$?
www.homebizl23.co M A K E $$$$$!
m. This opportunity is
available in
100 WORKERS NEEDED 0 Venice
Assemble crafts, wood Englewood
items Materials provided. 0 North Port
To $480+ wk. Free info Pay Day EVERYFriday!
pkg 24 hr. 801-428-4893 C NoW
A MEANINGFUL CAREER. Holiday Inn
Getting paid for helping Venice, Rm 200
families solve financial 455 US Hwy 41
problems. High earning Bypass North
potential. Set your own Local 941-485-5769
hours. For more info call or 1-800-518-1333
941-628-4419 ext. 103
'ACCEPTING MODELS 18 www.deliverthephone-
yrs. + Can Earn $8000 + book.com
Per Mo. (941)-475-5980
http://suzesplayhouse.com '
APPOINTMENT SET- NOW HIRING!
TER. PT or F/T Tues-Sat. Part-Time Airline Ramp
Generate and set appts.
for an Air Cond. Co. in a QUICKFLIGHT
National Home Improve-
ment Store. Will train Interviewing Mon. & Tues.
$7.50 per hr, & 2% 10/29 10/30 @ 9am
comm. Background Punta Gorda Airport
check required. Please send resume to:
AA Temperature Services www.jobs@quickflight.net
24700 Sandhill Blvd. #3, An Equal Opportunity
941-766-0975 Employer


2100 GENERAL

COOK for 'The GEO Group,
Florida Civil Commitment
Center. Background check
required. For more informa-
tion, please contact Heather
Lawrenz hlawrenz@the-
Eeogrouoinc coam Tel: 863-
491-6245 Fax: 863-491-
6242

Ge@
The GEO Group, Inc.
COUNTER PERSON
NEEDED M-F some Sats.
No exp. nec. Apply:
Venetian Cleaners, 439
S. Tamiami Tr, Venice
PERFECT FOR
RETIRED COUPLE
Caretakers for residential
property: Male: Grounds,
pool & equip. Female:
Cleaning, laundry, some
.cooking and assisting w/
partially handicapped
wife. Cottage:
electric/water provided
with monthly salary. No,
other employment off
premises.
Experience with refs.
The Domestic Register
(941)-365-7004
DELIVERY DRIVERS
FT, Steady Work, No
CDL Req'd, Apply in
Person:
Sheckler Produce
3037 S McCall Rd
Englewood, next to Wal-
mart
DRIVER:/SERVICE REP
Lincare, leading national.
respiratory company seeks
caring service representa-
tive. Service patients in
their home for oxygen &
equipment needs. Warm
personalities, age 21+,
who can lift up to 120 lbs
should apply. CDL w/DOT a
plus or obtainable. Growth
opportunities are excellent.
Drug free workplace. EOE.
Call 625-0202 or fax
resume to 625-8525.
EARN $3200/MONTH
PROCESS HUD REFUNDS
HUD-INFO-HOTLINE
941-556-1300
EARN EXTRA
$MONEY$
Deliver Phone Books
PUNTA GORDA & PORT
CHARLOTTE AREAS
Clerks & Loaders Needed
Work Your Own Hours'
Have Insured Vehicle
Be 18 Yrs. Or Older
NO EXPERIENCE
NECESSARY
Call: 800-247-4708
www.sddsinc.com
Full time maintenance
assistant, needed. Excel-
lent benefits. Apply at
Charlotte Towers, 2295
Aaron Street Monday
through Friday between 8
am. and 4,p. Drug test
required. Equal Opportuni-
tyEmployer.
GENERAL LABOR
$$$ CASH TODAY $$$
Drivers Paid Extra
Call for Pick Up Route
LABOR FINDERS
627-4041
Temp. to Perm. Avail.
* No Fees EOE 0 DFWP


GRANITE SHOP helper.
Immediate opening. Long
term, established compa-


Center Mall
Nov. 1 Dec. 30.
2 Yrs of retail or
clerical exp. &
background ck.
required. part-Time
10-30 hrs/wk.
All shifts avail.
1-866-678-5173
lOam-lOpm
or
www.glassgallery.net


2100 GENERAL
OFFICE MANAGER
Arcadia, FL Security Co
seeking articulate, cus-
tomer-oriented person.
Accounting, Quickbooks,
Microsoft Office. Benefits.
Pay based on experience.
Fax resume to
863-494-6592
OFFSHORE JOBS
AB's-Captains-Mates
Engineers-Oilers
Also Boat Cooks
Progressive Marine
Personnel 561-586-1878




POOL TECHS







HOWARD'S
POOL WORLD

Apply in Person:
12419 King's Hwy
Lake Suzy
PRESSURE WASHER
PROF. NEEDED
Tile roofs, Min. 3 yrs exp.
Only the best need apply.
941-876-4278
QUICK LUBE TECH
Great working
conditions. Exp.,
5-1/2 days. DL req.
Insurance & 401K.
(941)485-5058
SEASONAL ADMIN GOLF
SHOP STAFF.
Nov.-May 15. Knowledge
of golf helpful. Apply in
person: Mission Valley
CC, 1851 Mission Valley
Blvd., Laurel.
Summerville at Venice
Assisted Living is now hir-
,ng: FT MAINTENANCE
associate. Excellent
entry-level opportunity for
ambitious and hardwork-
ing 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.
PUT CLASSIFIED
TO WORK FOR YOU
Venice, Englewood,
North Port 207-1200
Pt. Charlotte Areas
Call 206-1200

Suncoast Humane
Society seeks FT Ani-
mal Care Specialist .
Candidate must have a
strong work ethic & be
dependable. Duties
include: Cleaning, Lift-
ing & complete animal
care. Drug Test
Required, Apply in Per-
son Mon Sat, 11am -
3prm at 6781 San Casa
Dr. Englewood. No
phone calls, or you can
fax .your resume to
941-475-3877.

2110 PARTTIME/
TEMPORARY

ACT NOW
HOLIDAY $$

CRYSTAL ODYSSEY
$8- $11/HR
Emp. Disc. & bonus.
National retailer
needs 6 personable,
honest, self-starting
SALES ASSOC.
for glass gift store in:
Port Charlotte Town


DANCERS WANTED
NOW HIRING
Bikini, topless, nude
(your choice)
941-457-7077
ALONE?
SENIORS DATING BUREAU!
SAFEST since 1977!
(Ages 45-90) 1-800-922-
4477
24 hours. or log on to:
www.RespectedDating.com


2110 PARTTIME/
TEMPORARY
Person with a lot of time on
their hands to -watch my 2
Dogs in my home as need-
ed. Good pay. (941)-624-
4312 or 815-5048

2115 HOME BASED/
BUSINESS
$400- $1000
Daily Working OnLine.
www.iloveit-casheveryday.com
1-800-743-9688
23 People needed to
lose 5-100 pounds!
All Natural, 100% Guar.
FREE SAMPLES!
Call 800-403-3652 or
www.HeathAndWell-
ness321.com
ACCESS TO A COMPUTER?
$25 $75/per hr. PT or FT
877-212-3568 or go to:
www.dreamsdocometrue4us.com
DESIRE WEALTH?
Strong desire & moti-
vation = high CEO
income leisurelifenow.
com (941)-639-6225
ONLY $1,600 start your own
VerKdhgCady Route. 25
triple selection machines, 3
in place.
We take credit cards.
(941)875-9023
OWN A COMPUTER? Put it
to work! Up to $1500 to
$7000/mo FT/PT.
www.iluvmybizl23.com
WANTED Vencing Route or
Veng Ma es, any area
cash buyer (941)815-8649
YOUR MEMBERSHIP in a
new Internet company
allows you to share in rev-
enue. & huge bonuses.
Possible 6-figure income
very soon. gibline.com/
chonec. (941)-223-6951

2120 POSITION/
JOBWANTED
I HAVE TOOLS I Will Travel
Remodeling carpenter,
Jack of all trades. -Drug
free. Sec clearance. Pass-
port. References. 941-255-
3169, 941-286-3273

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NOTICES

3010
ANNOUNCEMENTS


SUNa,4


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

3015 HAPPY ADS

.

PLACE YOUR
HAPPY AD FOR
ONLY $8.75
3 LINES 1 DAY
ADD A PHOTO
FOR AN ADDI-
TONAL SMALL
CHARGE.
941-206-1200
Pt. Charlotte
or
941-207-1200
Venice/N.Port
Englewood


3020 PERSONALS


MASSAGE
& Skin Care
Educating Hands Since 1992
Day Eve. Part Time
Financing Available
* Placement Assistance


3020 PERSONALS
T. M. & B. Stress
release. Always $25.
2705-A Tamiami Trail,
941-258-3222. Hiring
ESSENCE
Thank you for making
us #1. 2414 Tamiami
Trail. 941-875-0500
Russian & Ukraine Women
are Looking for Long Term
Realtionships. 30-65. For
more information please
call between 6- 9Dm
(941)-376-0287

$39 MASSAGE
Therapeutic Intro Offer!
MA46431
Susan 941-504-5958

A Perfect Rose
Stress Relief, Out Call Only
(941)-623-5505

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Always hiring. 941-766-
7995. Private Rooms,
entrance & parking in rear.
A RELAXATION STATION
STRESS RELEASE
1225 US 41 unit B3
N of 776 Char. Trade Ctr.
941-625-0141 Hiring
ZANY & SASSY
OUTCALLS ONLY
(941)-921-9840
DREAMERS -making your
dreams into reality. In/Out.
Low Rates. Call (941)-623-
2755

3050 SINGLES
LOCAL SINGLES CLUB
Seeks active people who
can stay awake past 9pm.
For info 1-941-629-1120.

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!


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Open House Thursday
(800) 324-9543 4020 FINANCIALMISC.
www.famsc.com
CAR NEED A CAR
3080 TRAVEL/TICKETS OR A HOUSE?
WE CAN HELP YOU!
2 Buccaneer Tickets Sun NO MONEY DOWN!
10/28 Tampa 20 yard line Call 647-887-1833
$140 both 941-629-3180
BUSCH Race Homestead 4080 LOANS/
Nov. 17, 2 tickets, Nascar MORTGAGES
Race Nov. 18, 2 tickets.
$350. for all, (941)-639- $$0YrM le.n
1504 TmTneto IBuy is NOW
Hannah Montana, 3 tickets. FHA/VA.Eage Mortgage
1 Parking Pass, $500 cash Call 941-496-9800
only. 941-456-0083 www.Ea~Morgaget~rxcn
Planwithtan vacation package PRIVATE MONEY
(6) Iweek vacations
' $600 OBO. (941)4264512 Real Estate Only
www.planwithtan.com 625-7001 or 941-475-
7755
3090 LOST & FOUND REFINANCE YOUR LAND OR
HOME W/ PRIVATE MONEY;
LOST Black & white no income or credit check;
Rabbit in vicinity of Port Lic. Local. 1-800-879-6510


Charlotte middle school.
(941)-627-3578
LOST 10/19 female
black/white Boston Terrier
w/1 blue eye, needs
meds., reward, 941-276-
2117, 941-639-7331
LOST cat, female orange/
white tabby, Tee & Green
area. P.G. Mon. nite
(10/22). (941)-637-0783
LOST: KEYS, has a floating
dolphin key chain. Between
Englewood and Pt. Char-
lotte. Please call 941-286-
2655
REWARD: $500 for black
Male Pit, blue brindle
Female Pit, missing from
Hwy. 17 & Haul Ave. (863)-
9904543

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NEED CASH NOW.?
We buy payments secured
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loans secured by property
& Other-
structured settlements.
Call 1-888-658-9666
or visit
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BUSINESS SERVICES



SU N-ASPAPERS


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


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
a~ i BE YOUR
OWN
BOSS!

Commercial Cleaning
Franchise. Low Invest-
ment. 941-423-7670
www.vanguardcleaning.com

BECOME PART OF THE
FASTEST GROWING
BUSINESS IN U.S. HIS-
TORY! Ground floor
opportunity, no experi-
ence necessary. Make
$$$ money with part
time hours. No gim-
micks!. Limited space.
MUST RSVP!- "Named a
2007 MUST ATTEND".
Email
buildingyourwealth
@hotmail.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
CLASSIFIED
SELLS
CALL TODAY!
941-207-1200
Venice/Englewood
North Port areas
OR
941-206-1200
Pt. Charlotte Areas
Have 'your own travel
agency on line, $500 start
up, $49 per mo. 60% com-
mission + big profits. Call
Jeff 941- 928-6499. .
LIQUOR LICENSE. Char-
lotte, Lee, Desoto & oth-
ers. Financing available.
Call (727) 517-0983 or
(800) 633-8561.
ONLY $1,600 startyour ao
Wn*Wg4Caidy Roum 25
triple selection machmes, 3
. hiplace.
n
We take crecit cards.
(941)8759023
OTR EXPEDITED/DELIVERY
BUSINESS, w/2007 Dodge
Sprinter Cargo Van w/170
WB & pro sleeper. Will
make $10K/mo. + fuel
surcharge. Price for all
$65K Call 941-716-0891
WANTED Vencf Route or
Veng Machines any area
cash bur (941)8158649










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Sunday, October 28, 2007


5000







BUSINESS SERVICES


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


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.,
*Call Never to Clean *
Free Est. (941)650-9851
Housecleaner Avail. Ener-
genic, thorough, reliable
& honest. FREE esti-
mates. (941)-875-2072
SUE'S CLEANING
FREE ESTIMATES &
REFERENCES AVAIL.
CALL ANYTIME
(941)-240-6738
Will clean your home,
business, office, etc.
Exc. worker. Honest
(941)650-9851

5080 BOBCAT/
BUSH HOG
Englewood Tractor Svc
Inc
Bushhog mowing, grading,
driveways, gravel, shell, fill
& topsoil. Lic/lns. 941-475L
2188


50FO CHILD/ADULT DAN'S TRACTOR SERVICE
CARE Comm. & Residential. Lot
Clearing, Tree Removal, Fill &
Grade. Free Est. Dan (941)
AFFORDABLE SENIOR 4684163
HOME CARE BY ANGELS
Dur caring home companions Pete Roots Bush
help seniors live at home! Pete Roos Bush
Weals, housework, shopping Hog Service
errands & more. Up to Vacant lots, Acreage
4hrs. care. Top refs. We d mowing, Hauling,
things your way. License Debris removal. Serv-
#229499. ing PG, PC, NP Arca-
VISITING ANGELS dia areas. Uc/Ins.
94-496-9600W (941)716-4814
A New daycare is open in N.
Port. Close-to PC. FREE FOOD! 5085 FENCES
Red. feefor 1stwk. Uc #58-51-
10774 Tanya (941)4290268 IN-LINE FENCING
ADULT RESPITE OR Secure your yard.
LONG TERM CARE. Will Reliable & Quality
provide 24/7 service by Work
LPN. PC (941)-815-5674 941-416-7430
ALL CHILDCARE FACILITIES
MUST INCLUDE WITH 5100 HOME &'COMM,
ADVERTISEMENT STATE IMPROVE.
OR LOCAL AGENCY
LICENSE NUMBER. CONCRETE 0
Child Care, all ages. FT,PT High quality Low Price
& drop off, meals snacks, 10% OFF WITH THIS AD
one-on one care, DCF Driveway, sidewalks,
license, (941)-627-4662 patios
LIC. & INS. FREE EST.
A Bargain Hunters Delighl 941-955-1348 or 586-
Checkthe 45i2
Classifies first! 4512 .
A Whole'M(aetpface of An Occupational License
topping Is right atybuV may be required by the City
.-, fingertips! and lease ca11
Call The Sun Classifieds /or County. Please
.-Today! the appropriate occupation-
From Venice. Englewood, al licensing bureau to verify
North Port Areas
Call 941-207-1200 NEED CASH?
From Pt. Cliarlotle Areas Have A Garage
Call 941-206-1200 Sale!
CNA Home care
companion 20 yrs CONCRETE
exp. incl. Hospice Driveways, Sidewalks,
care. 941-445-4353 & Room Additions
Michael Hodge
EXPD caregiver for adults 941-743-4364
or children or dogs. I spe-
cialize in people & pets. CUSTOMERS Slow
(941)-485-3063 times, less bucks. We
EXPERIENCED CNA offers need more work so try
24 hr. TLC for your loved our SUPER DEALS
one in her PC home. Ref. NOW on all home
avail. Call 941-623-6903. repairs & maint pro-
FLORIDA STATE LAW jects. We need you
requires all child care cen-NOW (941)-426-7625
ters and day care business- DAN THE HANDYMAN
es to register with the State I do it all with just one
of FJorida. The Sun News- call. Painting, Carpentry,
papers will not knowingly Anything? (941)-697-1642
accept advertising which is i N'ED CASH' I
* in violation of the law. NEED CASH?
LIC, RN w/12-rs exp.THE CARPENTER, cabi-
LIC. RN w/12-yrs exp.t
Avail for inhome care. Prof ry, rotted wood, doors,
windows, counters, soffit,
& Reliable. Refs. S. County fascia. #RR0067689. Phil
area. 941-504-2775 627-0657
LPN for Medical or Respite
care, MD appts. Shopping VINCE DeRico
and more. Reff. Avail. Call Handyman Service
941-391-0048 *Rescreen
SNeed help or trans? K & *Gutters
J Companions. 941-429- *Hauling
2779 or 941-426-3855 *Miscellaneous,
Reasonable Rates 941-483-1060
NEW ASSISTED LIVING
in N. Port, 3 meals a 5110 LAWN/GARDEN
day, laundry, dining &TREE
area, Dr. visits, activities
provided. Call 941-375- ....*************
1044 aft. 5pm *
Personal Home Health Care- *MARK DOUGLAS*
Nurse companion, FT, poss. LAWN CARE
live in, exc. refs. 25 yrs. exp. Mowing, Edging, Pruning,
941-473-2363' Landscaliing, Tree Trim-
ming, Seasonal, Annual,
Responsible mother of 2 Odd Jobs!
to baby sit in my P.G. Call 941-234-2486
home. Refs available Mark Douglas-
Angie 941-505-0469 Venice Native
Owner/Operator
5053 COMPUTER A & A LAWN CARE
SERVICE Professional, Depend-
"WpUTER RERMR & able"Now Accepting
TUTOR New Accounts"
IN YOUR HOME OR OFFICE 941-661-4783
10% Sr. Disc. 0 Reason- A & K Lawn Care
able Prompt 941-615- Mowing, Prune Trees,
7888 Trim Hedges, Mulch
COMPUTER PROBLEMS? Call 276-0772 or 473-
Wireless intemet/network set 7333
up, Printer set up, Tune up, A JAMISON TREE SERVICE
Advice, Help, Training. Complete & Professional
Alex 941-586-0773 Will Beat Any Estimate!
COMPUTER REPAIR & Free Est. 10% Senior
WEB DESIGN & HOST- Disc., Lic. & Ins. 24 Hr.
ING, IN YOUR HOME OR 941-423-0020
OFFICE. 10% SR. DISC. A+ Tree Cutting,
REASONABLE. FREE Stump Grinding, Debris
ESTIMATES. FREE PICK- Loading & Hauling.
UP & DELIVERY. Local, 27 yrs. Good
www.zwizard.biz work, very reasonable
(888)-243-4606 prices (941)-629-0020


5110 LAWN/GARDEN
&TREE
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 941-3914437 Ask
for Kevin.
MOWING, Edging, Tree
Trimming, Seasonal,
Annual, Dump Trailer
Rental, Free Est, 10%
Senior Discount.
SPECIAL "T" LAWN CARE
www. trynor.net/lawn-
care (888)-243-4602
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
HAULING, YARD &
CONSTRUCTION
WASTE.
Garage Clean Out.
Trash.
426-6379 OR 914-2249
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., Uc., Ref.,
Free Estimates Bob
941-496-9131/223-
0941 "
PROFESSIONAL PAINTER
Best price in town. No job
to big or small. Call imme-
diately. 941-623-8273.
Repair Al & More!
EXPERT 50 YEARS EXP.
Aso, drywall repair.
Affordable rates!
FREE ESTATES
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/Ins. 941-284-1281

5195 TILE/GROUT
Bosman Tile & Grout Cleaning
& Restoration. The Utilmate in
Tile & Grout Cleaning. Refs.
avail. LiUc & InsFree Estimates
9414238600


EXPERT ie Instalers. 25
years expeience. Best
prices for creative &
expert tie 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


5230 MISCELLANEOUS
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
l lw.


6030 HOUSEHOLD
GOODS

ABSOLUTE BARGAIN
BEDS. Twin $160
Full $225 Queen
$275
King $350 Free deliv-
ery. (941)-875-7726
(941)-815-6727

** BEM $199ALL
BRAND NEW QUEEN OR
FULL SUE ORTHOPEDIC
SET KG $299 I PAS-
TIC,



**ALL NEW FIRE
RETARDENT MAT-
TRESS SETS, REAL
MATTRESS SETS FOR
REAL SAVINGS
W/WARR, FREE DELIV-
ERY (941)815-6727,

**WHOLESALE
FURNITURE
Bedroom, Dining room


6030 HOUSEHOLD
GOODS
BUNK BEDS, solid wood w/
matt. & shelves, $125.
(941)-629-5470
CABIENT FOR ELECTRON-
ICS, 5 shelves, black
w/smoke glass door, 22"
wide, 48" high, 22" deep,
$65. Call 941-240-2848.
Cocktail + end table, for-
mal glass top style,
$325/pair 941484-2697
Coffee Table oval 40x59"
Glass top 1" thick New
$300. NOW ASKING
$35., Excellent condition.
941-483-3902
Coffee Tbl, 26" TV & Couch.
VG Cond., All 3 for $250.
Twin Race Car Bed $100.
Twin Princess Bed w/ Slide
$100. (941)493-7474
Couch & Loveseat, smoke
blue, $125 obo, (941)-505-
0995

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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

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

6001 ARCADIA
10/28/07

6005 NORTH PORT
m FRI:& SUN;, 8-4, 4523
Lagoon Terrace Leather
Sofa, 2 CompTbls; Old LP's,
Twn Bed, Lots Misc., .
-iSAT SUN 9AM-? 5856
EtN. Salford. North Port
Estates. ESTATE SALE
Antiques, CRAFTS, kitchen

6006 PT. CHARLOTTE
CASH for your Garage Sale
BEFORE you have it. Also
Antiques & Collectibles.
941-875-3442,
FRI. & SAT. 8am &
SUN. 10am(?): 23404
Superior.Ave. Dishes, col-
lectibles, towels, nick
nacks &.misc :.
-iSAT. & SUN. 7AM-
3PM. 2190 Taunt St.
Off Cochran rt. Port Char-
lotte H.S. MOVING SALE.
Everything must go. Furni-
ture, appliances, house-
hold goods, clothing more
-Sunday, October
28,, 8am-2pm, Port
Charlotte, Beach Com-
plex. 4500 Harbor Blvd
"Yard Sale'n by
the Beach"
]THURS. 10/18 -
I3 SUN. 10/27. 9AM ?
365 Millport St. Off Lake-
view. Everything must go.
ADVERTISE
In
The Classifieds!
r-Thurs. Oct. 25th. thru
I Nov. 1st. 2409 Bea-
con Dr. MOVING SALE!
Furniture, plants & more!!!

6007 PUNTA GORDA

ESTATE SALE
433 VIA CINTIA -
PGI. 8-4pm.
Marion to Bal Harbor L,
2 streets R.
Everything must go. Fully
furnished Home. Table &
6 chairs, twin beds,
futon, lanai set, Heisey
glass, Bovarian China,
antiques &
collectibles.
[SUNDAY ONLY 8:30
AM TO. 1:30 PM,
2025 Jamaica Way PGI
Furniture, home decor, etc

6011 VENICE
D SAT. & SUN.
S 9AM-4PM
3301 Border Rd.
Orchids, guns & misc.


6030 HOUSEHOLD
GOODS

MATTRESS: $191 ALL
BRAND NEW QUEEN OR
FULL SIZE ORTHOPEDIC
SE1. KING $299 I PLAS-
TIC.
WrlH WARRANTY, CAN
DEUVER 941-518-4787
MOVING Entire contents
of condo (2br/2ba + den)
941-927-3112
MOVING SALE VENICE
Everything Must Go! Fum,
KS Bed, 2 New Computer
Desks, Rattan Tbl & Chairs,
Area Rugs, 7 ft Sofa, Rattan
Foyer Tbl, Etterge, Misc.
Items Reas. Prices. (941)-
497-2077
Nearly new couch,
loveseat, 3 tables, mirrors,
lamps. MOVING! $1150.
941-286-5093


Living'room & more. Couch, leather, medium
Many to choose from. tan, good cond $150,
50-80% off Retail. Pkg (941)-628-9591
deals avail. Can Deliver COUCH, love seat,
9,41-815-6727 ottoman, Broyhill, vgc, dark
1940's Wing Chair carved sage cloth, $450 obo. 941-
bun feet mahogany 833 8994.
$350. 941-423,7046 CPU desk $150. TV
3 piece lighted wall unit armoire, excellent condi-
w/glass shelves, drawers & tion, $250 941-484-2697
bit in wine glass holder $150 Dinette Glass top table & 4
obo 941-412-1363 aft 6pm chairs, white wash $150. 2
rn- glass top end tables & cof-
fee table w/brass frame
32" TV JVC, with remote, 4 $50/all. (941)-6254188
yrs. old. exc. cond. $250. Dinette Set, 42" Octagon,
(941)-628-9591 Glass, Oak Trim + 4 Chairs.
BUY IT! $100 (941)488-8143
SELL IT! DINETTE set, 7 pc light oak
FIND IT! exc. cond. $350. (941)-
S. 628-5960
SUN CLASSIFIED!
Dinette, tbl/glass top
A FURNITURE SHOPPE w/two uph chairs quality
1552 S.McCalRd. $250. 941-484-2697
.Engl. Dinette: white table, &
iM-F 4. 94-473u. metal chairs, multi color
M- 1986 4 1 cushions, Good condition.
$175.
AC window unit 1 yr old, 941-423-3063*-
9915,5004674 BTU$ 863- Dining' Rm Set, $100obo,
Coffee+3 Accent GIs Tbls
BED. $49ALLTEMPUR $100/all (941)-697-8233
MEMORY FOAM FUSA VLL Dining Room Table w/leaf &
MEMORY FOAM FULL 6 chairs. All wood, light
SE; QUEEN SZE $379; color $425 941-766-0279
KING $479; NEW IN
PLASTIC 10 yr. WARR. DINING. TABLE Cherry
FREE DELIVERY 941-. wood, By Broyhill, 1 leaf, 4
518-4787. chairs Ex cond. $400/obo
ebddincom 941-493-5900
Bed full $20; Dresser 7- DINING TABLE W/ LG
drawers $30; Nightstand GLASS Rectangle TOP
$10; Call 941-255-3675. stone base 6 chairs. $250.
Bedroom, Set 4 pc. Warm (941)-828-0122
Maple Finish. New will sell Entertainment Center 3
$399. Local 941-629- pieces, 34W X 80H, all
5550. glass, built in desk. $399,
Dinette Set, 4 chairs
Bed, Queen Mattress and $199. Diningroom Set, 6
Box. Brand New will sell chairs $399. All exc. cond.
$175. Local 941-629-5550 (941)661-4463
or 941-456-5555. Also
have KING. ESTATE LIQUIDATORS
Sofas, chairs, bdrms, din
BED, double, box springs, rms, accent pcs, bookcas-
mattress frame, hardly es, desks, lamps, daybeds -
used $100. Double dresser U NAME IT! 609 E olonia
w/mirror, night stand, 2 Ln, Nokomis, Tues-Sat,
white wicker chairs, $50 10-5pm. (941)485-3040
obo. 941-743-0754. Florida pipe chairs (6) w/
Bed, King mattress/box, custom cushions, $125/
headboard, frame, v.g. obo. (941)-764-0614
cond. $250, 235-9422 ,* *
BED, MURPHY Q:. Size HABITAT FOR
Bed, Custom Built, White UMATFR
Raised Panel Doors, UM .T y
Headboard, Side Shelves ReSale StoreSl
oar -50%Summer Sales I
Avail. Delivered & -has.nded. Thank
You-Do-ItdKit $1200 94o you for your support.
493-3954 discount on
Thursday at the
Bed Mattress/Box. New PuntaGorda Store.
will sell $100. Local 941- Tax deductible Dona-
629-5550, or 941-456- tions accpeted.
5555. Please call 941-639-
BED: An Absolute Deal, 0586.,Hours:. ThUes.
Nasa Memory Foam thru Sat.9-4 ,on Boca
Mattress Qn $398; Kg Grande Blvd. 'off US
$498 Original Tem- 41 across from Palm
purpedic Auto
from $698; All Sizes. V., . -, *-
25 Year Warranty ..
www.mattressdr.com Home Ent. Ctr. 6'.6"X6', holds
4305 Clark Rd Sarasdta 35" TV, walnut color, $275
Free Fast Delivery 941- 941426-5217 Iv message
921-4010 Open 7 Days A
Week HOT WATER Heater, Tank-
less, Elec. Unlimited hot
BEDRM SET Trip dresser, water, energy saving
chest, night stand, Exc. unused in box $249.
$400. (941)475-1692 (941)-429-9530
BEDROOM SET 8pc NEED CASH NOW?-
SLEIGH, Cherry, Pine
or White Qn $1400, We Buy Quality
King $1500. Will HOME FURNISH-
Deliver. IN5, COlNS JEW-
(941)-875-7726 ELRV, ANTIOUES.
AUTOS OR ANYT
BEDROOM SET 8pc THING O6 VALUE!'
SLEIGH, Cherry, Pine 941-4854964
or White Qn $1400,
King $1500. Will KITCHEN TABLE, solid oak
Deliver. w/4chrs, exc cond.
(941)-875-7726 $350. (941)-240-8888
BEDROOM SET, MATTRESS Serta, Twin,
box spring & frame, new.
King size, incl., dresser, $150. Cell 941-286-7347
mirror, frame, box spring,
2 night stands, roman BED: An Absolute Deal,
columns w/glass shelves Nasa Memory Foam
on top of night stands Mattress OQn $398; Kg
& topper w/his & her $498 Original Tern-
reading light, light beige purpedic
marbled lacquer, $400. from $698; All Sizes.
(941)-624-2362 25 Year Warranty
www.mattressdr.com
BEDS: Gulf Coast Mat- 4305 Clark Rd Sarasota
tress. Owner selling Free Fast Delivery 941-
business will not be 921-4010 Open 7 Days A
undersold. 627-9919 Week


6030 HOUSEHOLD
GOODS

Tahitian Hutch Odd Shape,
Bamboo, 1 of a Kind. Multi
Purpose, $650 (941-875-
5560
Washer/Dryer Kenmore
Stacked $250. obo
Call Jason **SOLD*

6040 TV/STEREO/RADIO
42" Samsung projection
TV, HD ready, 3 yrs. old,
exc. cond. $450 w/stand,
(9411-979-9446 or 941-
276-5202
42" Samsung projection
TV, HD ready, 3 yrs old, Ex
cond $450/obo (941)426-
2809
BOOM BOX FOR AUTO, 12"
speakers, 1400 watt Pyra-
mid amp, $150. Call 941-
255-3169.
CD player, plays 5 discs.
Free VCR w/sale. $25.
(941)-240-2848
HAM RADIO, FT840 Yaesu,
tuner, 70amp power sup-
ply, multi band antenna &
collects, 3 element beam,
horizontal vertical, misc.
$1200/ obo. (941)-875-
0342
HAM RADIOS, ICOM,
IC2820H, new 6/07. $500.
Yaesu FT-60R RADIO,
2M/440, HT w/VAC-370
rapid charger, MH-34 mike,
new 6/07, $175. Bearcat
BC 245XLT trunk tracker
SCANNER $80. Astron
RS35M, 12 volt POWER
SUPPLY $100. Call 941-
639-1393
Mitsubishi 55" rear proj.
HD TV, great pic. & sound,
exc. $700 941-423-4266
TV, 27" Magnovox Color
w/ Stand $35. Exc. Cond.
(941)-697-1772
TV, 57" HD Sony rear pro-
jection wide screen, mint
condition. Many features,
split screen and memory
card reader. $725. Retails
for $2800. Call (941)-255-
0214

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 TRAINING
& REPAIR SERVICE
Call John 941-234-
7249
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6070 ANTIQUES
COLLECTIBLES
ALWAYS BUYING
Sterling Silver, Quilts.
Paintings, Furniture.
NEW ENGLAND
ANTIQUES.
(941) 639 -9338
WANTED HOT WHEELS
Serious Hot Wheel
collector seeks Hot
Wheels & Hot wheel
items. 740-319-7371

d'Legacies

Antiques/Accessories
Buy Sell Consign
Beswick, Occ Japan
Hummels, Roseville
Asian, Beleek, Leriox
Faberge, R Doulton
Armani, Lladro., Map
Royal Bayreuth, Jade
Candlewick, Teapots
24901 Sandhill Blvd.
941-764-8300

6090 MUSICAL
Accordians (2) 1 New 1 Old
$500. / $275. Button Box
$200. 941-629-5059

6095 MEDICAL
JAZZY/ Scooter chair, 4
wheel, cost $5800, used 2
mos. 6 mos wrrnty, $1100.
Lift also avail. (941) 586-
9686
Pride Ralley Scooter,
EXCELLENT CONDITION!!!
$650 (941)276-1585
WHEELCHAIR, elec. 4 yrs
old. Exc. cond. $400.
Black & gold, brand new
motors & batteries, 941-
421-8137, 239-265-0622
Wheelchair, Pride mobility,
electric, good working cond.,
$200 941-474-3436

6110TREES & PLANTS
BAMBOO
Bamboo farm
www.bamboo-farm.com
941-505-8400
Neem Trees no skeeters,
flys, ants, 2900 medicinal
purposes. 863-491-5149
Viburnum, $2.50/up.
Coconut, Adonidia, Fish, Fox
Tail Palms, 941-488-7291

6125 GOLF
ACCESSORIES
2003 CLUB CAR, 48 volt,
headlights, white, extra's
$2300. 941-629-5318.
2004 EZ Go Golf Cart, w/
New Charger New Trojan
Batteries, Exc. Cond. $2200
obo 941-587-1859

6128
EXERCISE/FITNESS

Body by Jake, AB SCIS-
SOR. Paid $269 Ask-
ing $100/obo. (941)-
743-8972 (N Port area)
BODY BY JAKE Ab Sissor,
$25. (941)-575-7036 aft.
5pm.
BUYING & SELLING
USED Treadmills, Exc.
Bikes, Weight Equip.,
Bowflex Motivator II, $650.
12 Mo. No Payments, No
Interest. Play It Again
Sports. US41, Just South
of Midway. 941-255-
1378

6130 SPORTING
GOODS


Octagon Dinette Set
8 chairs, swivel casters
$265. 941-474-6523.
Organs (2 Free) You Haul.
Work Gbod. (941)-488-
4007
PATIO SET, fiberglass oval
glass top table, 4 captains
chairs, $500. Fiberglass
chaise $75. 941-637-
6909, 920-434-1111.

SUNI,

SU. N 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

Racecar Toddler Bed
$100. 941-473-8529
RECLINER Lane, It. beige
fabric, asking $125/obo
(941)-493-5672 Venice
Recliner, leather, by Lane,
$250, Rattan chairs,
$75/ea. 941-484-2697
RECLINER, white leather
w/vibrator, exc. cond.
$100 firm. 941-625-8499
Restaurant Tables 30"
Round, Formica, Mahogany
Color, 6 wks Old. Best Offer.
(941)-716-5578
SAILBOAT, WOODEN,
6'Lx5'H, $225.
941-276-8749
Secretary Desk, drop leaf,
$130 4 small caneseat
chairs $90 941-468-1969
SEWING & Embrod. Mach,
Baby Lock Ellure, $1,250..
(941)-575-7036 aft 5pm
SOFA & LOVE SEAT, OVER-
SIZED, GREEN $225.
BOOKCASE $20. 941-764-
6811.
SOFA & LOVESEAT fabric &
wood trim. Great condition.
Make by Lane, paid $1800
in 2004. Will sell
$450/each or $800/ both.
Call 637-6978 or cell 628-
0288
Sofa & Loveseat
Quality and like new!!!
$700. 941-484-2697
Sofa, camel color w/
leather Recliner Exc. Cond
$450. (941)-240-6022
SOFA, LEATHER, navy blue,
3 cush., mint cond. $400.
(941)-637-0798
Sofa, Rattan, qn sz sleeper
w/matching Loveseat, Exc.
$400 941-475-3426
SOFA, SLEEPER, queen,
neutral color w/2 deco. pil-
lows, like new, $275.
SOLD!
Storage Sale! Exc. Comp
desk $220, oak dining table
-$280, Couch $120, Sofa,
Dresser, Recliner, Coffee Tbl
$6ea. (941)-240-6596
941-3206993
Tables, coffee, end, couch,
Dolphin base glass top.
$100 all three. Hi Top metal
bar stools black seat.
$75/both. 286-5920


SULNt (LADY SMITH) SMITH-WES-
SON REVOLVER 38 SP. 1
WANTED-DONATION of 7/8" BARREL, SS, ROSE-
Computer/Printer for Low WOOD GRIPS, LOCKING
Income 12 yr Old Boy Who CASE, $525. (941)-468-
Suffers from Long Term III- 7757
ness for Home Schooling.
Please Call Dad 941-681- .223 2000 55 grn brass
1198 case. $250 per 1K or all
for $475 loose packed.
6065 CLOTHING/ 941-266-7859
JEWELRY 12 ga. Mossberg Pump
$200. 25 Pistol $195.
BEADED metallic, embroi- 7.62 cal. Rifle $195. Call
dered, satin wedding gown, 941-735-5541.
sz 4. Gently Used lx.
$400 (561)-846-2342 12ga $150. 20ga pump,
Men's Lrg 3/4 length dk like new, $250. 410
brown leather jacket, exc. 941-268-9029
cond. $100 941-475-6076 2-ar15'S Bushm DCM/rifle
$800, ALEX. arms. 50cal.
6070 ANTIQUES $1,200 (941)716-2757
COLLECTIBLES Civil War, WWII Guns,
Swor4s, Daggers, etc.
CASH PAID FOR: Wind up Wanted. Paying up to
Tin Toys, Pre 1970 Base- $900 for G'I. 45'.
ball Cards, Antique Glass, (941)705-5145
Pottery, Old Dolls, Pre (941)705-5145
1970's 941-234-8062 COLT 45 Model 1927
(Argentine) X cond. All
OPENING SOON matching serial numbers, 2
Old Town Antiques & military holsters. 3 mag
Collectibles in South pouches, $570. Must have
Punta Gorda. Dealer ID. (941)-276-6915
space available.
Can be seen Mon, Tue, FLORIDA CONCEALED
Wed or Fri. 3853 Weapons Permit Class
Acline Rd. Call John for (941)697-1885
an appointment. 941-
621-2499 or GLOCK 32c, .357 sig.
941-928-8049 L.N.I.B., 300rd. ammo.
Fobus holster
WANTED WWLJAIU.S. $500.00. 875-5714
GERMAN, JAR
Helmets, Insignia ITHACA Model 72 Saddle
Swords, Daggers, Gun .22 cal. LR, walnut
Bayonets. Etc. butt, w/Tasco 6-power
941-624-6706. scope, buckskin case &
cleaning kit, 1500 rnds
ALWAYS BUYING vintage ammo, mint cond. $375
clothes & costume jewelry 941-780-3679
from Estates-Shops-YOU! Luger 1914 Erfurt,
any qty./cond. 627-2254 $795. (9411623-8204








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6130 SPORTING
GOODS
MARLIN 22 $125. 20 ga.
Mossberg $125. 38 S&W
snub $395 941-735-5541
MARLIN MOD 336, 30-30
cal w/wide angle scope
$475. (941)-266-5363
Pinball & Arcade
machines wanted.
Cash paid working or
not (863)-558-0198
PRIVATE COLLECTION
100+ rifles & pistols.
9am-4pm Sat/Sun,
3301 Border Rd, Venice
Walther P22 22LR 3.4"
Barrel Nickle Finish
Factory Laser $285.00
**SOLD**
Winchester 20ga Pump
$200. Mossberg 12ga
Pump $200. Savage 30-6
$350. 941-258-1894

6135 BICYCLES/
TRICYCLES
2 MEN's Land Rider, 14
speed, auto shift, exc.
cond. paid $400 ea. $500
both obo. 941-875-9082
3-WHEEL 20"foldup, new tires
$80; 24" wide seat & bskt
$80; Ladies cruisers $5-30
+others (941)497-0345

6138 TOYS
RETIRED Beanie Babies $3
ea. while supplies last 300
left. 941-457-0058.

6140 PHOTOGRAPHY/
VIDEO
8 MM camcorder $100.
941-423-9819 or
941-416-7217
VIDEO SOLUTIONS
We transfer all of your
memories onto DVD.
From Movies, Videos,
Slides, Photos, Any-
thing!
Also, Albums to CD,
Photos from Movies,
etc.
Pick-Up & Delivery
Avail.
Mike Reilly
941-474-1357

6145 POOL/SPA/
& SUPPLIES
(7) 4X12 POOL Solar Pan-
els, like new. $450/all.
(941)-475-7311 Iv mesg
2 person Spa, Exc. cond.
includes top & headrest
$1200/obo
(941)-426-5676
ABOVE GROUND POOL,
good cond. $400. Call for
details 941-875-5012
Baby Barrier Fence 50ft
w/hardware $350. obo
941-815-3207

6160 LAWN & GARDEN
1995 Woods mower Model
6215, Kubota diesel, 900
hrs. 52" front deck, 0 turn,
$3200/obo. (941)-380-
9677
1997 Easy Go Gas Work-
horse w/tilt trailer & haul-
ing trailer, extra tires, Eng.
Rebuilt $3000 (863)-494-
5305
5' Pond with Pumps, Brand
New. $100 (941-628-5012
CUB CADET Zero turn,
welded frame, 300hrs
$2000; TRAILER 5x10
drop down tailgate $600
9414234266 or 204-1875
ECHO B/P Blower $150.
John Deer Rider $350. Gas
wacker $50. All for $550.
941-391-4988.
John Deer Tractor 42' cut,
20hp' w/grass catcher pd
$2400 asking $1400
(8631-990-4674
John Deere 38" 175,
needs Transmission, good
engine, newer deck
$250.00 941429-9124
John Deere zero-turn 33"
cut (3 Blades) walk behind
$900/obo 941-627-1812
LAWN FOUNTAIN
Exc. cond. $155. Call 941-
255-0048.
MOWER, RIDER, 30" cut,
lOhp, rear engine, $275.
SOLD!
MOWERS 2 Self-prop. $175
& $225 mower $90- p/t lat-
tice-60' $25 941-626-3102
Murray Lawn Tractor 38"
Cut, 12.5HP, New Blades
Garage Kept, Gd Cond.
$450 (941)-735-6490
Poulan rider 14.5 h.p., 42",
trailer, baggers,
weedeaters, ladders, out-
door cords & misc. tools
(941)-575-9347


RIDING Lawn Mower, Turo,
hydrostatic, 42" cut 16 hp,
$400. 941-764-0218
Riding Mower, 42", garage
kept, 14.5 h.p. Yard
Machine. Asking $350,
SOLD!
RIDING MOWER, Garage
kept, extra nice, recently
serviced, first come, $300,
(941)-268-0917


6160 LAWN & GARDEN 6190 TOOLS/ 6233 DOGS
MACHINERY
START A BUSINESS!!
Enlcosed trailer, 2 mow- AIR compressor, $50; --Got love? '
ers, weedeater, lawn Craftsman 1/2 hp band ;Walnt to.ihare your..'
edger & blower. Asking saw w/legs, $85; Skil saw, hobmewith a dog bor-cat?
$10,500 $20; Router, $20; 20" fold- '. EARS nbeds foster
(941)-426-3966 ing bike, $55. (941)-639- families, long'or
TRAILER 5x10 used only 5 5537 ..i. jortter. -"
days! over $1k new, sell Concrete mixer, $900/ i, Call.941/479.5636
$300. obo. Hot Kettle, $1200/ .'-for.nrqrelnforiatikon..
***SOLD*** obo. PG (804)-313-6365 LAB Yellow, female,
HILTI TE-705 AIR-O-MATIC 5mo. all shots, AKC $350
6165 STORAGE SHEDS/ HAMMER, w/2 bits (941)-286-1376
BUILDINGS $650/obo 941-416-7053 Maltese Pup, Female, 11
HYDRAULIC PALLET JACK Wks, Health Cert., Shots.
12'xl4' SHED, like new, 4' NEW, $125 $500 (941)493-6169
door, $1200. 10'x16' 941-255-3169
w/roll-up garage door Mastiff/Shephard Mix
$1000. 941-629-7727. Lincoln Welder AC225 8mth all shots FREE
w/50ft leads $175. obo 941-876-4102
12x20 shed w/elec & 941-815-3207
lofts.1 yr new. pd.$6K MATCO Pro-Series Tool Box MIN. SCHNAUZER, salt &
now$3900 or BO 140 mi $1100/8OO 941-815- pepper female, 6 mos.
winds 941-276-3661 7 old, AKC. Must sell! 941-
CARPORT 20x30, Metal Sewing Machine Pfaff 438 4749122 or 473-3730
w/3 sides, $2,000obo. as is $250. (941-815- Miniature Pinscher F, 6
(9411-628-1330 7588 mos, microchip, all shots,
SHED, Like new 8 X 14 TOOL CHEST & CON- Very adorable and friendly
TEDS SHED only $750 TENTS. Sockets, Wrench- $700. obo 941-204-0712
paid $2K Cash & Carry es, etc. $275 423-0024 Miniture Beagle puppies 8
bargain! Pt Charlotte rk Bench 8' wooden wks old. $100, ea 2 blk &
excellent condition $150. 'tan $50. ea. (863-494-
STORAGE SHEDS, (2) Rub- *SOLD** 4420
bermaid, 76D x 54W x 52H MUST SELL...Pitbull pup-
& 32D x 54W x 78H Call 6195 FARM EQUIPMENT pies $50. each. 4 mths old.
cell# 941-286-7347 If interested please email at
1994 Cub Cadet Hydrostat- ladylukk_22@ yahoo.com
STORAGE, GARAGE, ic 23hp diesel utility tractor and enter "PUPPIES" in the
TOOL & STEEL BLDGS. w/front wheel assist, 56" subject box.
Trade-Ins 0 Buy mower, 7' blade, asking
Used* *Fast Deliv.0 $5200. (941)-716-0278
Instant Financing 0
(941)-629-9955 6220 OFFICE/BUSINESS
SHED'S NOW in PC EQUIPJSUPPLIES
11596 Kings Hwy. E
2nd New Location HUNDREDS OF Pre-
T T. owned desks, files, chairs,
12594Tamiami Tr. PG conference tables, parti- POMERANIAN pups AKC,
1.5 mi. S. Tuckers Grade tions, workstations. All at 1 male, 1 female, health
huge savings! cert. Avail after 10/30
6170 BUILDING OFFICE OUTFITTERS $600 ea. 941-575-1684
SUPPLIES 881 E Venice Ave., Venice S
485-7015 or 800-330-9215 Scottish Terrier pup,
1 LOT Aluminum Hurricane black, AKC, $800,
Shutters, $650. obo (9411- ONLY$1,600 start your o 941-544-2386'
833-8994 Vendhg/Gaidy Rou. 25,
Aluminum Building tripl selection makes 3 TINY BRIGHT WHITE
P a'lsm(- 1n":x 87 iniplace. BEAUTIFUL MALTESE
Panels (8) 12"x8'3" Wtakeoredtcak. PUPPIES, REG. FREE
$26 (941)-492-6842 (941)875-9023 VET VISIT, BOYS &
Bathroom vanities (3) Mar- E GIRLS
ble-lite tops, sinks & ViendnMacines, y area, $695 & UP
Chrome faucets. Gd cond. cashbuyer(941)815-849 tinypuppiestogo.com
$100 ea. Large mirrors ZEROX 5016 B/W copy Other small breeds
$35 ea. 941-505-7329 mach, sorts, xtra ledger & pics avail also.
DESIGNER LAMINATED tray w/cab.. $450. (941)- (941)-780-1630
FLOORING Never used 639-5632 TINY PUPPIES
30% thicker. $.79 sq. ft. TINY PUPPIES
Must sell 239-334-4839 6231 BIRDS Chihuahuas to Westies,
All Shots, $500, Private
ENERGY SAVING TITAN Breeder (941-284-9290
TANK.ESS WATER- EXOTIC BIRD EXPO Will give good home for
HEATERS Save SUN. NOV 4, 10-4 small spoiled dog for family
money Save space POTTER BLDG pet. call 863-244-3635
$249.00 FACTORY by Robarts Arena
DIRECT PRICE!!! Sarasota. VENDOR 6235 LIVESTOCK
wwwgufcergysawconm TABLES AVAIL.
(941)-492-5675 941-475-7103
PARROT, Fe Black Headed HERD FOR SALE:
FILL DIRT FOR SALE Kaique w/access, trained & Bulls, Cows, Calves.
1800 YARD LOADS talks. $400. (941)-623- 941-468-4838 for info.
941-628-5889 8882
941-628-58 8882HORSE TRAILER feath-
GARAGE DOOR OPENER, Umbrella Cockatoo, 5 yrs. erlight, 4H, Slant load, liv-
$50 (941)4160529 old, cage & access, incl. ing Quarters, AC, Awning,
Garage Door, 9' X 7' steel, $350, (941)-623-9520 $7750/obo 941-8288858
white,., includes all hardwa- 6232 CATS MULE, 9 Year Old, Green-
reexc. cond. $150, (941)- Broke, Mare. $700. Dan
766-0252 941-916-2251?


Siamese Kittens
Blue Point 9 Wks
Pure breed $100
941-429-1072
Evenings

6233 DOGS


HOT WATER Heater, lank-
less, ,Elec. Unlimited hot
water, energy saving
unused in box $249.,
(941)-429-9530
HURRICANE PANELS from
two homes, $1500. Call
941-625-2160 days.
HURRICANE SHUTTERS -
Galvanized Steel, various
sizes for house 2,493sf.
$500 obo. 941-6244578
RED OAK 100 BF OF
FAS, BEAUTIFUL STUFF
W/VERY FEW KNOTS.
$300.00.
(941)416-0254
Screen rm. windows, vinyl
siding, insulation, alu-
minum work, rescreening.
Father/Son
business=quailty work &
lower estimates. Lic. since
1985. Call Collins Alum.
(863)494-3440
Sears garage door opener,
half hp w/track, new in box,
$85. 941-286-7739

6180 HEAVY/CONST.
EQUIPMENT
FORK TRUCK, $3000/obo.
(8041-313-6365 or (941)
916-4438

6190 TOOLS/
MACHINERY
2 COMMERCIAL sewing
machines w/tables, recent-
ly svcd $800/both (941)-
918-1299
3500 PSI pressure washer
4 GPM, 10HP Tecumseh
eng $600. 629-7727.


A+ Purse Size Pup-
pies, Purebread or
family pets, Free Vet
Visit. Boys & Girls.
AKC, CKC $199 & up
tinypuppiestogo.com
(941)-780-1630
Adorable Tiny Yorkies, 2F
Mom & Dad 61bs, Call for
Appt. Bargain at $795
(941)-475-7314
Akitas to Yorkies
PUPPYS PUPPYS PUPPYS
Many to Choose From
Our Quality Puppies
' Are worth your Drive
Puppies starting at
$288
Petland of Sarasota
941-343-9752
Fmitville Rd. next to Target
Chihuahua'Babies, Girls &
Boys, Long & Short Hair,
$300 (941)-460-8824
Chihuahua pups for sale 2
females 2 males $400
each. Fawn color.
Call 941-615-7212
CHIHUAHUAS ACA, Cute
& Cuddley. Small &
Sweet, $600, 1st shots
941-270-0201'
Cocker Spaniel, AKC,
4 mos. old, male,
$250 (941)426-2768
Dachshund, miniature
male/red colored, 12 wks
old with crate, toys, food,
etc. $225.941-623-2768
FREE FAMILY PET, great
w/children, med sz female,
brown. (941)-587-5881


GOLDEN RETRIEVER PUP-
PIES 7 males, 3 females,
available Nov. 3rd. $500
each. 941-380-2451


6236 PET SUPPLIES &
SERVICES
1996 TOUR BILLION, 2
HORSE, RAMP TRAILER
BUMPER PULL, WHITE,
GREAT SHAPE
STEEL FRAME,
ALUMINUM SHELL
941-323-7490
Discount bird cages
Discount dog crates
Pet Owner's Warehouse
(941)1627-4787
LOVE PETS?
WANT TO MAKE
A DIFFERENCE?
VOLUNTEER AT
Englewood Animal
Rescue Sanctuary.
CALL US AT
(941) 475-0636

6250 APPLIANCES
5 SETS Washers/Dryers,
asstd. models, $75 ea or
$150 set. 941-629-7727.
APPLIANCE WORLD
Washers/Dryers $129. ea
or $249. set.
Refrig/Stoves also. Up
to One Year Warranty.
941-766-0226
CHEST freezer 70 cu. ft.
$60. Sleeper sofa, beige
$60. 2 end tables $20. Call
941-979-9152.
DISHWASHER Frigidaire,
stainless, paid $600, sell
$95. Call 941-735-5541.
Dryer Kenmore, 29", elec-
tric, 3yrs. old, like new,
$75 (941)429-5066
Fridge- Kenmore Side by
Side, water & ice, good
cond $175 941-830-0375
HOT WATER Heater, Tank-
less, Elec. Unlimited hot
water, energy saving
unused in box $249.,
(941)429-9530
Kenmore Elec Range, White,
Ceramic Top,, Exc Cond
$150 (941)488-3556
MAYTAGS Beige washer &
dryer. Top flight cond.
$450/obo; Glass top self
cleaning oven $150/obo
941-423-1315


6250 APPLIANCES

MILLER'S APPLIANCES
New & Used 2006 &
2007 Scratch & Dent
Model Appliances
SLASHING PRICES
ON EVERYTHING
STAINLESS STEEL
REFRIGERATORS $750
STAINLESS STEEL
RANGES $750
USED WASHER & DRYER
PAIRS FOR $250
TOO MUCH TOO LIST!
ITEMS WONT LAST!
MUST SEE TO BELIEVE!
VISIT OUR WEBSITE AT
www.millersappliances.com
FOR WEEKLY SPECIALS !!
LOCAL WAREHOUSE IN
NORTH PORT, FL
Mon Thurs 9am 5pm
Fri, Sat & Sun 9am 4pmr
4953 TROTT CIRCLE. N.P.
BLDG A. UNITS 9 & 10
941-961-5868 Store
941-429-8378 Warehouse
MILLERS APPLIANCES
New & Used 2006 &
2007 Scratch & Dent
Model Appliances
This Week's Special!
SLASHING PRICES
ON EVERYTHING!
VISIT OUR WEBSITE AT:
www.millersaDpliances.com
i Mon Thurs 9am 5pmr
Fri, Sat & Sun 9am 4pm
4953 TROTT CIRCLE. N.P.
BLDG A. UNITS 9 & 10
941-961-5868 Store
941-429-8378 Warehouse
OVEN Maytag Gemini,
double oven, flat top &
extra features, $600.
(941)-661-6163
PATIO TABLE, glasstop oval
w/5 chrs. $75 (765)438-
3199
REFRIGERATOR Kenmore,
black, ice maker, like new,
$200. 941-735-5541.


Refrigerator,amana,1999,
18cf, ice maker, good
cond. $100 obo. 941-625-
6321


Stove, electric, white &
black, good cond. $125.
(941-628-9591
STOVE, Kenmore, white/
black, self clean, like new,
$150. 941-735-5541.
W/D set $300, Frig $300
Stove $200 obo, will deliv-
er 941423-8654
Washer $125 Dryer $90.
W/D set $225. glass top
stove$350. 941-626-
3102
WASHER & DRYER G.E.
ADORA Lg. cap. 4 mo. old,
paid $1400 will sacrifice
$800 Firm. Call 941-763-
4401
Washer & Dryer, 1 yr old.
$250 for both (863)-990-
4674
Washer/Dryer, Stove, Refriger-
ator. $995/all or obo or sepa-
rate. Bill (941)-3560217
Washer/Dryer, Whirlpool,
heavy duty $185/pr. (765)-
438-3199
WHIRLPOOL 25CUFT side
by side, almond, refridg
ice/water in door, $225.
(941)485-1190
WHIRLPOOL REFRIGERA-
TOR white 20cuft, great
cond $150 (941)426-5626
Whirlpool Supercapicity
washer. $100.
941-697-6157

6260 MISCELLANEOUS

55 gal Fishtank w/stand,
pump & fish $150/obo
Neon Budweiser light w/
palm trees $150/obo Digi-
tal Surround Sound Theatre
System, never used $300.
Jetski w/trailer $100. 941-
416-7053
BEENIE BABIES,
Over 500. $1000 takes
all. (941)474-2885
Celing fans, 3, new cond.,
$100 for all. Dining room
hanging light, $50. Call
(941)-639-3516
Commercial Grade Bounce
Castle, Exc. Cond. $999 obo
(941)493-7474
Commercial Grade Bounce
Castle, Exc. Cond. $999 obo
(941)493-7474
Commerical style jenn-air
double grill with base
stainless cabinet & cover,
great for outdoor kitchen.
$275.00
(863)494-3440
Exterior & French Doors $75-
$150. chest freezer $99 mini
fridge $35. 941-626-3102
FREEZER upright white
60"h 28"w 29"d 8 cu ft.
$85 ph 941-426-1531

Fresh Florida
JUMBO SHRIMP
ARRIVING NOW @
$6.95 LB.
941-623-2100
Fresh jumbo shrimp
$6.50/1b, live blue crabs &
steamed blue crabs,
FRESH DAILY.
(941)-916-4324


6260 MISCELLANEOUS
Hot tub, Hi top Van, Shave
Ice Mach, Washer & many
appl. 941-697-1926
KIDS SWING Set $25.;
Mickey Mouse phone
$35; Bike $15; Portable
stereo $20 WANTED:
30" Ext. door & single
hung
windows & 45 Records.
(941)-496-9252
Moviecorder Mod 127 Memo-
rex w/ Accessories & Extra
Battery. $75. If sold w/this ad
will throw in an RCA minicorder
200X Digital/ Zoom Free
(941)426-1531
Trailer 6'x10' $650. elec
Weedeater $35 Lrg bar-type
fridge $99 941-626-3102
Youth trundle bed
w/matching bookcase and
nightsand $150, fitness
treadmill $150, outdoor
patio table w/four chairs
w/cushions $125. 375-
8130


2003 Lesabre auto,
AC, all power cloth,
only $10,970
Cramer Toyota
1-800-507-1543


2004 REGAL LS, senior
owned, silver, full power.
Only 15K miles $11900
Call 941-626-3911 dir



CHEVROLET
2004 LeSabre Custom
4t 1 ) rA etinQ 1 /


12,1864, $S181/mo
6270WANTEDTO Jamie941-639-1155x200
BUY/TRADE 2007 Lacrosse CXL
A COLLECTOR BUYING White, Tan Leather,
A COLLECTOR BUYIkNG Top of the Line Beauty.
wristwatches & pocket Top of the Une Beauty.
watches, working or not, $19,995
costume jewelry, knives,( Crest Cadillac
swords, weapons, military (941)-497-5800
& fire dept, +cigarette
lighters. (941)412-9391 7030 CADILLAC

1997 DE VILLE, pearl
white, 71K, sunroof, exc
WE NEED MANY CARS FOR $7,500 (941)-697-0722
EXPORT IMMEDIATELY! 1998 DEVILLE, Oyster
HIGHEST PRICES PAID. White, 85K Sunroof. Exc.
CASH/CASHIER'S CHECK. $7500. 941-426-5485
941-626-5436 2001 Cadillac Sedan Dev-
A COLLECTOR BUYING ille, 44K mi., Sun Roof,
Old Fishing Lures, chrome wheels, Red w/
Rods, Reels. cream int. New tires. Exc.
Call 941-743-9114 cond. $12,000. Please call
I PAY THE MOST!! 941- 626-5108
WANTED SOD CUTTER, call 2001 Cadillac STS Touring
941-456-0460 or (941)- 4 Dr., style + power, all
286-5228 options, Northstar engine,
new tires, 59K mi.,
$13,000, (941)-743-1055
or (941) 7874418
S" 2001 Deville white,
S leather, custom top,
57K, only $10970.
Cramer Toyota
1-800-507-1543
2002 Cadillac Seville SLS,
TRAN RTAT 39K mi. Pristine. Loaded.
TRANSPORTATI $13,900. (941)-624-6097
2002 Deville, Bronze Mist,
SU N T ._T Neutral Leather, Talisman
4S 1LN Edition, Top & Gold, Stun-
^.....,w"s ning! $14,990
g( Crest. Cadillac
(941)-497-5800


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


7000


TRANSPORTATION

7020 BUICK
10/28/07
1995 BUICK CENTURY fair
condition. $1500 obo. Call
941-255-9372.
2001 Buick 4 dr. sedan, sil-
ver, 39K actual mi. Mint
cond. $10,900. (941)-505-
0763
2001 Buick Century, beige,
exc. cond. 82,000 miles,
$6499. 941- 623-0548
2001 Buick Century, Polo
Green, Neutral Interior, All
Power Options, Only 22K
miles $8,474

(941-497-5M8


*'L~ LEU
ONCLR RD.
941924304


CHEVROLET
2006 Chevrolet Aveo
$11,892, $163/mo
Jamie941-639-1155x200



CHEVROLET
2006 Chevrolet Cobalt LT
$14,897, $218/mo
Jamie941-639-1155x200
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
1998 SEBRING JXI
CONV. IN GREAT COND.
$4900. OR B.O. 941-
538-2124
1999 Chrysler Sebring
Convert. Cold AC, Auto,
Loaded, 89k, $3950/obo
(941)-468-1489
2000 Chrysler LHS, Awe:
some Cond., 44K mi, Bur-
gundy w/ Tan leather, Sun-
roof, Chrome Wheels, New
Tires & AC, $7500 obo. 941-
4888500/485-7987.


2002 Chrysler Sebring
JXI Conv. auto, AC,
leather, loaded,
$9,970. Cramer Toyota
1-800-507-1543
2002 Chrysler Sebring
JXI Conv. auto, AC,
leather, loaded,
$9,970. Cramer Toyota
1-800-507-1543



CHEVROLET
2004 Chrysler Crossfire
$19,783, $308/mo
Jamie941-639- 1155x200



GO"MIN'S
2004 PT CRUISER LTD
LOW MI. SUNROOF,
PERFECT $9990:
639-1601 Punta Gorda


S2004 Sebring Convert-
ible Ltd. Ed. Like brand
- .*-. new $11,950.Raimers
WIL DE LE : Motors Inc 627-2791
ONCLR RD. 2005 Crossfire, red w/ black
9194 4I convert top, beautiful, sporty
car, 13,800 mi Buying a
house! Need to sell! $23,500
obo 941-650-7642
2005 Pacifica, Calipso
Green, Pristine Inside & Out,
L R. Only 23K mi, A Great Buy.
$15,754
(g Crest Cadillac
(941)-497-5800
2005 PT CRUISER, con-
vertible, touring turbo, exc.
cond, 35.5 miles. all
I power, AM/FM, C/D, new
.brakes & tires. metallic
blue. $15K 941-204-5074


7040 CHEVROLET
1999 Chevy M-Carlo Z-.
34, Sun Roof, Leather,
Alloys, X-Clean. Great
Value. $3,950 Rescue
Tech. Call Roy
(941)-833-2200
1999 Chevy Montecarlo,
29K mi, mint cond,
$4900. sold!
2000 METRO, 2D, grt
mileage, $1250/ obo
(941)-445-7388 N.Port
2002 Cavalier 2 dr,
34K mi, AC, tinted win-
dows, elec.
wndws/drs/Icks, remote
starter, sen. cit. owned,
many ex, $6000 obo. (941)
505-2935 or (330) 717-
6715.
2003 Cavalier 2DR, LS
Auto, ac, all power,
nice car $5970.
Cramer Toyota
1-800-507-1543
LITTLE RICHIES
2004 CORVETTE COUPE
GLASS TOP 1 OWNER,
CAR FAX CHROME
WHEELS, AUTO, 27K,
FLAWLESS $28,995.
(941)-474-6998



CHEVROLET
2005 Chevrolet Impala
$13,975, $201/mo
Jamie941-639-1155x200



CHEVROLET
2005 Chevrolet Malibu LS
$12,791, $180/mo
Jamie941-639-1155x200


CHEVROLET
2006 Chrysler 300 Touring
$23,304, $373/mo
Jamie941-639-1155x200
2006 Chrysler 300 Touring,
Thunder Grey, Lgt Grey
Leather, Local, One Owner
S Only 35K Miles!
*_> Crest Cadillac
(941)-497-5800

7060 DODGE

1995 Dodge Neon, AC,
runs & looks great.
$1200. 941,623-6688
2000 Dodge Dakota
Quad Cab SLT. 2WD,
V6, Extras, Looks and
runs great, Well main-
tenance, 97k miles;
Make offer. (828)226-
5258
2006 Charger RT Hemi,
Black on Black, All Options,
One Owner, Low Mileage
$24,888
Crest Cadillac
(941)-497-5800



CHEVROLET
2007 Dodge Caliber SXT
$13,997, $202/mo
Jamie941-639-1155x200

7070 FORD
1992 Ford Taurus Wagon,
3.OL, 124K, great shape,
good tires, a/c needs
repair. $895 obo, SOLD!
1994 Ford Probe, needs
minor work $1,100 obo,
(941)-875-9507
1997 Escort LX, 4dr, auto,
a/c, pwr pkg, 49k mi.
$3550 941-979-6234
2000 Mustang, black,
coupe, Stereo, auto, a/c,
tan leather, 64K, nice car.
1st $6400 941-223-3848


7020 BUICK 7040 CHEVROLET


Laredo, V6, auto, 4X4,
$3,550 obo. Kevin's Car
Sales (941)-268-4395
El Jobean Florida

GEE
GORBN'S
1999 JEEP GRAND
CHEROKEE LMTD. 56K
MI., SUNROOF $9890
625-2141, Pt. Char.
www/genegormans.com


7070 FORD

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!. $17,990.
625-2141 Pt. Char.
www.genegormans.com
2002 Focus Wagon
auto, ac, all power,
only $7970
Cramer Toyota
1-800-507-1543
LITTLE RICHIES
2003 FOCUS ZTW
WAGON FULLY LOADED
32K, LIKE NEW $9995
(9411-474-6998
2003 Ford GT Mustang.
Exc. cond. $11,950.
Raimers Motors Inc 627-
2791



CHEVROLET
2004 Ford Focus LX
$9,984, $128/mo
Jamie941-639-1155x200
LITTLE RICHIES
2004 FORD MUSTANG
COUPE AUTO V6, ONLY
27K, 1 OWNER, LOADED
FLAWLESS, $12,995.
(941)-474-6998




2005 FOCUS ZX5 ONLY
27K MI. SPORTY, PER-
FECT. $9900.
639-1601 Punta Gorda
2005 FORD FOCUS, ZXW
wagon, 21K, like new.
$9995. 941-743-9360
2005 Ford Mustang GT
White, Red Leather, over
$10,000 in Cobra Ground
Effects. $25,990
Crest Cadillac
'(941)-497-5800

GENE
GORXI'S
2005 MUSTANG GT,
ONLY 21K MI! 5 SPD.
LTHR. FAST! $21,990.
625-2141, Pt. Char.
www.gengormans.com

GENE
GOR 'S

NEW ARRIVALS
2001 EXPEDITION XLT
$11,690.00

2004 SILVERADO
$14,927.00

2004 CHEVY MALIBU
$15,490.00

2000 S-10 EXT. CAB
$8,990.00

2004 LINCOLN
AVIATOR $18,390.00

2004 MERCURY
MONTEREY PREMIER
$16,390.00

2005 ALTIMA SL
$17,390.00

2004 CADILLAC CTS
$20,990.00

2004 CHRYSLER
PACIFICA $16,990.00

2004 PONTIAC GTP
$16,290.00

(941) 625-2141
PORT CHARLOTTE
www.genegormans.com



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7080 JEEP


1994 Jeep Wrangler, soft
top, runs, $2,500 obo,
(9411-255-3203 or (9411
626-0213
1998 Jeep Cherokee
Classic, red, V6, auto,
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7080 JEEP
1995 Wrangler, 4x4, AC,
5spd. Exc. cond.$5995
/obo. (941) 740-0865

GENE
GORMAN'S
2004 JEEP GRD CHERO-
KEE, LTHR, PWR, LOW
MI. $13,990.
625-2141, Pt. Char.
www.genegormans.com
2004 Jeep Liberty
Like New! 37,480 miles,
tinted windows, step-up
bars, new tires
2/1/07 941-627-3100.



CHEVROLET
2004 Jeep Wrangler
$17,894, $274/mo
Jamie941-639-1155x200
2005 Grand Cherokee
Red, Neutral Leather, All
Options including Navigation
System $19,995
Crest Cadillac
--*' (941)-497-5800
2005 Jeep Wrangler
4x4, 6 cyl auto, hard
top, like new! Raiders
Motors Inc 627-2791
2005 JEEP WRANGLER
Right hand drive, 12,444
miles, mint cond.
$14,000. 941-486-1659
Attn Postal Drivers
2006 JEEP CRAND
CHEROKEE HEMI LOADED
BLACK S25,980




7085 LEXUS

1996 LEXUS LS400 GOOD
CONDITION 513,980
WILDE LE.3
ON CLARK RD


7085 LEXUS

2006 LO c FrRX330'
LOADED CERTFED PLUS 1

-ID EU


2007 LEXUS 4004









II
2097 LEXUS ES350
CERTIFIED PLUS 3.99%


94-92-304
S29M SEVERALAVAIL-



9 41 p 930





20q7 LEXU5 iSUS p.1lA
crj~rnFM'KUS3wa'
WILDE LEXI


WILDE LEXUSCERTED5
r 'PREOWNEDrS &1% .
htNANCkN=ENMON
CHEVROLET
1999 Lexus LS400 WID .a
$15,999, $239/mo ONCLR
Bill 941-639-1155x800

2000 LEXUS LS4 WHITE 7090 LINCOLN
S16.980 I


2000 LEXUS RX30O WD
OCLA WARRANTY '




2002 LEXUS IS300 RED





MILES CERTIFIED PLUS
3.99% 24.980



2004 LEXUS ES330
RTIED PLUSR 3.99%




2004 LEXUS ES330 CER-
TIFIED PLUS 3.99%
#0426 S23,980



2004 LEXUS GX470
CERTIFIED PLUS 3.99%
$39,980



2004 LEXUS LSX30
REDPLUS 3.99%



2004 RX330 LOADED
PLUS 3.99% $27,980



2005 LEXUS GX470
PLUS 3.99% S38.980



2005 LEXUS RX330





2005 LEXUS RX330
WHITE 21K MILES




2006 LEXUS LS430
CERTIFIED PLUS 3.99%
P #2497 S490980
CERIFID LU 31.90
S29,85


1994 Lincoln Town Car,
White, Runs/Looks Good,
Cold Air. $2995 obo (941)-
473-0649
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

$239.45 me
(WAC)
2000 LINCOLN
TOWNCAR
1 Local Owner Only
49K Miles Vehicle
was always care-port-
ed-Must see cond. -
Leather all power
options Warranty
included Payments
include all taxes & fees
-Only $500.00
Down SALE PRICE
$9,495.
NO GAMES OR
GIMMICKS
If you have income,
you will be approved
for a auto loan.
WE HAVE OVER 50
VEHICLES STARTING
AT $175.00 MO.
WITH LITTLE OR NO
MONEY DOWN. See
this vehicle & others
at WWW.
AutoMallofVenice.
com
AUTO MALL OF
VENICE
941-483-4700
301 US 41 BYPASS S
After Hours & Sunday
941-626-6753

LITTLE RICHIES
2001 TOWNCAR
LEATHER LOADED 70K
LOCAL TRADE GREAT
CONDITION $8995.
(941)-474-6998
2005 Lincoln Town Car
Lgt Platinum, matching
Leather, Pristine Inside & Out
O $19,995
( Crest Cadillac
(941).497-5800

7100 MERCURY
1997 Mercury Sable
wagon auto, air, all
power, clean car
$4970 Cramer Toyota
1-800-507-1543
1997 Sable WG, auto, air,
clean car, $2,800 obo.
941-661-6912
2004 Mercury G-Mar-
que auto, AC, leather,
all power, 44k,
$11970.Cramer Toyota
1-800-507-1543

7110 OLDSMOBILE
1996 Olds LSS 4 Dr., 62K
mi., good cond. $5,000
obo, (941)-255-0220


7110 OLDSMOBILE
1998 Eighty Eight White,
Neutral Interior, Super Clean
Inside & Out Only 32K miles.
$7,290
Crest Cadillac
(941)-497-5800
1999 Olds Alero 6 cyl. very
good tires, good cond.
$3,600. 1(941)-916-0187

7130 PONTIAC
1992 Pontiac Grand Am
Sports Coupe V6, good
tires, a/c, runs good,
$2,000 (941)-625-4915
1997 Trans-Am auto,
AC, leather, T-tops, 84k
$6970. Cramer Toyota
1-800-507-1543
2000 Grand Prix GT, black,
2-dr coupe, V6 auto, 119K,
good shape, $2900obo
941-223-3848
2005 Grand Prix GTP,
NEWER THAN NEW.
$13,950. Raimers
Motors Inc 627-2791
7135 SATURN
LITTLE RICHIES
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
GORNAN'S
2006 TC HATCHBACK,
SUPER- SPORTY! ALL
PWR! MINT! $15,490
625-2141, Pt. Char.
www.genegormans.com

7140 MISC. DOMESTIC
AUTOS
1991 SAAB 900S Good
cond. $2000 firm. Call
after 5 pr on weekends
941-698-6691


GUARANTEED FINANCING!
NO MATTER YOUR
CREDIT HISTORY!
NO MATTER YOUR
CREDIT SCORE!
NO SOCIAL SECURITY
# REQUIRED
EVEN IF YOU'VE BEEN
TURNED DOWN
ELSEWHERE...WELL GET
YOU FINANCED...
GUARANTEED!
AUTO TECH OF VENICE
941-480-0309
CHECK OUR WEBSITE
TO VIEW VEHICLES
www.autotechofvenice.com

7145 ACURA

1999 ACURA TTLLOADED
^-; $10,995 -







'U (941)-497-5800
2003 Acura TL 3.2, Cham-
pagne, Neutral Leather, All
Option, Inc5SDP MoonACof, Low
Miles $18,995
.(Iw. Crest Cadillac




PRO TIRES NICE CAR
$2995
(941)-474-6998

.. .'-,2oO5CUkA3 d
WI.kLDE ES9,980
ON CLARK RD.o,


7147 AUDI

2003AUDIA4CABRIOLET
BLUE LOADED $19,980



2003 Audi, Exc. Cond, One
Owner, 35K Mi, Must
Sell/Eyesight, Kelly Value
$18,000 obo 429-5181

7148 BMW
2001 BMW X5, 34K+Mi,
Fully Loaded, $24,990.
Call 941-266-2451

2004 BMW 5301 BLACK
SHARP $28.980




2007 BMW 750U
300 MILES LOADED
LIKE NEW S72.980




7160 HONDA
1996 CIVIC hatchback,
1991 CIVIC hatchback has
V6 B16A, 1989 CRX
Best offer 941-979-7272
1999 Accord EX, depend-
able transp. runs well
$4900/obo 941-473-1277

200b HONDA ODYSSEY
LOADEDS23,980

WIDE.LEXUS


Great Project Car 1999
Honda Civic, 90k, speed
$2800 After 5pm (941)
276-0924.

7163 HYUNDAI


GENE
GORMAN'S
2003 SANTE FE LX,
ALL PWR. OPT! EXTRA
CLEAN! $9,990.
639-1601 Punta Gorda
2003 Tiburon auto, ac,
all pwoer, alloy wheels,
$8970. Cramer Toyota
1-800-507-1543



CHEVROLET
2004 Hyundai Sonata
$11,788, $161/mo
Bill 941-639-1155x800



CHEVROLET
2005 Hyundai Elantra
$11,999, $165/mo
Bill 941-639-1155x800

2006 HYUNDAI SONATA
WHIfE LOADED 515,980


7180 MAZDA
1999 Red Miata Tinted
windows, Bose sound,
leather, good cond. 63k
mi, 941-740-1770

GENE
GORMAN'S
2002 MIATA MX5 LS,
5 SPD., DROP THE TOP
& GO! $10,990.
639-1601 Punta Gorda

GENE
GORMAN'S
2004 MAZDA 6i AUTO,
SPORTY, ABSOLUTELY
GORGEOUS $11,990.
639-1601 Punta Gorda

2006 MAZDA 5 SHARP
CLEAN $16,820
-





CHEVROLET
2007 MAZDA 6
$15,997, $239/mo
Bill 941-639-1155x800


7190 MERCEDES

1977 6.9 Limited Edition
-- .. .. '.. Mercedes Project Car,
'.2005ACURA3.5RL $3,000 (941)-475-5672
2 5,980 1982 Mercedes 300CD
DIESEL Runs Great!
$1,650 (941)627-0000
9 41990 560 SEL, exc cond,
., just serviced, needs noth-
S2006 ACURA MDX ing. $4900 (770)-310-5928
ADE$33 2001 MERCEDES WAGON
E320 64K MILES
SHOWROOM CODmON


7147 AUDI

'1998 AUDI A4 QUATRO
LOADED SPEED BLACK
$6A,50 1


2001 SLK320, beautiful
silver/black, hard-top
convertible, 45K miles,
meticulously main-
tained, private owner,
$21,500./OBO
941-740-0272


7190 MERCEDES
2001 SLK320, hard top
convertible, 56K mi, 1
owner, garage kept, exc.
cond. $25,000/obo. 941-
830-0963.
2004 Mercedes Benz C240
AWD, Silver, Leather, Sport
Pkg, Only 22K Miles
$19,995
.'I? Crest Cadillac
-" (941)-497-5800

7195 MITSUBISHI



CHEVROLET
2004 Mitsubishi Eclipse
GS, $12,989, $183/mo
Bill 941-639-1155x800


7210 TOYOTA
1997 Avalon, looks & runs
good, EXTRAS, 182K,
$2995. (941)-916-0912.
2002 Corolla S, 4 Dr.,
Auto, 74K, Runs New,
$6,995
(941)-575-7843 dir

2003 TOYOTA AVALON
SLOADED 514,980







2003 Toyota Avalon XLS
$16,897, $255/mo
Bill 941-639-1155x800


2004 MITSUBISHI GALANT 2003 Toyota RAV4, Deep
SLOADED 12,980 Green, Neutral Interior, All
Avail. Opons, Navigation.
/B "DX39K mi $14,990
O C R Crest Cadillac
0(941)-497-5800

2006 MITSUBISHI ECLIPSE
W E XCHEVROLET
2005 Toyota Camry
$15,988, $238/mo
94192-340 Bill 941-639-1155x800

7200 NISSAN
1993 Altima, 131k
Runs Well/ Good AC CHEVROLET
$1050obo 941-488-9819 2006 Toyota Corolla
$15,999, $239/mo
1998 ALTIMA, 4D, auto, Bill 941-639-1155x800
loaded, runs gr8. $2500/
obo (941)-423-8320 evgs .
1999 Nissan Maxium 134K
mi, Exc. Cond. $5500 CHEVROLET
(941)-426-3872 2005 Toyota Sienna
b $16,999, $257/mo
$229.48 mo Bill 941-639-1155x800
200 NISSAN 2006 Solara Conv.
MAXIMA SE Pearl White, Neutral Interior,
85K MILES, 1 owner, Pristine, Priced $$$ Below
6 cyl, Excell. cond. all New. $22,990
power options, alloys, Crest Cadillac
CD player, lots of
extras,- warranty, inc. 2006 TOYOTA 4RUNNER
payments include all LOADED SHARP $23,980
f- R ,eeo _.i. I


Lx t &feesb Unly
$800.00 Down -
Cash or Trade -
SALE PRICE $8,995.
NO GAMES OR
GIMMICKS
If you have income,
you will be approved
for a auto loan.
WE HAVE OVER 50
VEHICLES STARTING
AT $175.00 MO.
WITH LITTLE OR NO
MONEY DOWN. See
this vehicle & others
at WWW.
AutoMallofVenice.
comr
AUTO MALL OF
VENICE
941-483-4700
301 US 41 BYPASS S
After Hours & Sunday
941-626-6753

2002 INFINITI 1-35
48K MILES $13,980
WILDE LF.U
ON CLARRD


2006 Toyota Avalon
XLS Auto, AC, leather,
sunroof, only 3k,
$27,970. Cramer Toyota
1-800-507-1543

2006 TOYOTA COROLLA
LOADED CLEAN $13,980




2007 TOYOTA CAMRYLE
LOADED 19,980



I BUY TOYOTA'S
ANY CONDITION
941-286-5182
LAWN MOWING, $20 &
up. Pt Char & N Port
areas. (941)-416-0529


2004 INFINm G35 7220 VOLKSWAGEN
LOADED SILVER AND
I LOW SIL25,850 AND 2002 new Beetle GLS
W E Xsilver, auto, 18,845
miles, 6 CD Player, top
912 34 of line speakers $10,800
941-830-8131
2004 Maxima SL
Light Gold, Beige Leather,
Loaded w/ Options, Super GENEI
^ Clean! $16,995 Om T G
Crest Cadillac GORNMA
(941)-497-5800 2003 JETTA 1.8
TURBO, AUTO, SR.
2005 NFINNm G35 SPORTY! $12,990.
13K MILES $30,980 639-1601 Punta Gorda


GORMAN'S
2003 JETTA 4 DR. GLS
TURBO WAGON. 5 SPD.
LOADED! $11,990.
CHEVROLET 625-2141, Pt. Char.
2005 Nissan Altima www.genegormans.com
$18,990, $294/mo
Bill 941-639-1155x800 2004 VOLKSWAGON
TOURAG LOADED $25.900
7205 SPORTS CARS TOUA LAE ISn
1990 Porsche 944 red
convertible. Excellent. con- 9
edition. $16,000/obo. 941-
629-0921 2004 VOLKSWAGON
TOURAG WHITE V6
7210 TOYOTA 522,980
1998 CAMRY SE,
(w/BLOWN ENGINE) 9
Loaded 4-cyl, 4D,
gold package, spoiler,
alloys, good tires, ice
cold ac, sunroof, gold CHEVROLET
color. Best offer takes 2006 Volkswagen Jetta
it! (941)-764-8896 N.P. $19,990, $312/mo
BUY IT! Bill 941-639-1155x800
SELL IT!
SELL IT! 7230 VOLVO
FIND IT!
SUN CLASSIFIED!
2003VOLVO S60
1986 1/2 Supra Turbo, 45K MILES $14,980
$1,500 or will trade car for
work on 1986 4 Runner,
(239)-283-0221 or (941)1
421-2248
1995 Corolla Wagon DX,
Rare Find! 1 owner, Auto, 7240 MISC. IMPORTS
Xtra cln. $4,895. Must See
(941)-575-7843 dIr 2005 MINI COOPER S
1999 CELICA GT CABRIOLET6KMILES
Convertible, auto, black $25,980 i '
beauty, full power, alloy
whls, exc cond; 69K miles
$9200. 941-626-3911 dlr


7250 ANTIQUES/ 7260 AUTOS WANTED 7270 AUTO PARTS/
COLLECTIBLES ACCESSORIES
1966 MUSTANG COUPE red, sTOP CA SS 8 ton heavy duty shop
6 cyl, ex cond. must sell. FOR CARS & crane, Like new $150.
$9k/obo 941-429-6367 TRUCKS 1,000 lb. engine stand
1972 Jeep Commando, DEAD OR ALIVE $40. 15 gal. parts wash-
4x4, Auto, 304, V8, $4000 485-7515 er w/extra pump $100.
(941)468-3100 (941)-624-5081
1973 NOVA Custom, all Junk & Abandoned
original. Mustsell $3850VEHICLES REMOVED!!!! 96 Contour. Runs. good
original. Must sell! $3850 COULD BE WORTH body. Title. $450 941-548-
/obd. (941)-493-2756 $$$$ 1380 Englewood
Mech. & Electrical repairs 697-7222 OR 475-9007 Auto audio/video includes
to antique/collectible cars 2Auto h eadrest monitors, 1
and trucks. Charlotte RV SK US monitor
Service Center 23180 S K S -8" flip down monitor and
SHerAvice Center DVD/CD player. $400.00
Harper Ave, Charlotte HOW OBO. 3-12" Alpine Type R
Harbor, (941-883-5555 Hwith box & class D Amp,

7252 BUDGET BUYS you can place a 500.00 OBO. Set of 18"
PICTURE Chrome Rims for Chevy S-
1998 CAMRY SE, fIURE 10, 1000.00 OBO. Green
(w L WCNAEMR E,) of your item Street Glow Neon Kit,
(w/BLOWN 4-ENGINE) for sale 50.00 941-423-7331
gold package, spoiler, In your Car Lift, like new, Perfect
alloys, good tires, ice classified ad! Park 7,000. $4,000 obo,
cold ac, sunroof, gold (941)-240-2646
color. Best offer takes CASH RIMS, F250 16.5x12 M/T
it! (941)-764-8896 N.P. FOR YOUR CAR alloy, tires are bad, 35x
1981 Chev Cheyenne OR TRUCK 14.5, $400/obo 815-
3/4 Ton. $500. ANY YEAR OR MAKE 6149.
941-623-6688 (941) 966-7111 RIMS,20" chrome w/ spin-
PUT CLASSIFIEDS AUTO CITY ner kit,2 low profile tires.
$1,000 takes all OBO
TO WORK FOR YOU JUNK CARS REMOVED. 941-743-6390
Venice, Englewood,
North Port 207-1200 FREE! RUNNING OR TONNEAU Full size p/u 8'
Pt. Charlotte Areas NOT. CASH POSSIBLE! bed. black $199/obo
call 206-1200 Ready 24/7! Lic./Ins. (941)474-0414
(941) 276-8826
1984 FORD BRONCO, runs, Truck topper white insulat-
$500 firm. Call 941-276- Junk Cars, Vans, ed fiberglass a.r.e. good
0964. Pick-ups Wanted, shape!!! Asking
1986 Chevy 3500 1ton, Top Dollar Paid, Call $400
side tool boxes, ladder Any Time. Fast Frank 941-769-2067
rack, runs good, $650 941-429-8402 Turbo 350 & 400 trans,
obo. (941)-822-7261 Pont, Olds, Buick & Cad
Bird Turbo Coupe M.S.B. RECYLING $150. ea 941-286-7739
1987 T Bird Turbo Coupe Free Vehicle Removal
spd, 190k,1- runs good Cash Possible 7290 VANS
$1200obo 941-416-0107 941-575-4008
1988 EXCEL GL, runs good,
new tires. $349 obo 941- CASH POSSIBLE for your $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $
426-8359 or 815-0915 Vehicle! Fast Removal! Save Save
1989 DODGE CARAVAN, 7- 941-286599 Lookin For A
pass, auto, runs good $650 *WE BUY CARS- TRUCKS
(941)-623-5476 '91 & Higher $200+ up GREAT DEAL ?
1989 Ford Crown Vic Free Tow-away junkers Raimmers
VG cond., Sr. owner 0 941-276-0204 Frank
$1500. (941)-474-4133 M ot0rS
1990 Lincoln Towncar, runs ABSOLUTELY ALL I otors
well. New tires. $850. C.ARS & TRUCKS
(941)-628-3408 TOP SS PAID Inc.
1991 Chevy S-10 Blazer, 941-626-9120
4X4, 4 Dr., loaded, $1,000 Best
cash. Must sell! *SOLD* 2
1992 Acura Integra, 5sp, DONATE Deals
103k, w/bl8, $1,750. YOUR in Town!
(941-623-6051 RESELLABLEown
1993 CHRYSLER 5th E ELLABLE Family owned &
Avenue, runs & looks VEHICLE Operated for 18 yrs.
good, Estate. Must sell. (BOATS WITRAILER Give us a chance to
$880. SOLD!& RV'S ALSO) earn your Business
1993 MAZDA PICK UP T *CARSeTRUCKS
Etrxa cab, 5 spd, 89 Old *TO VANS
Sierra Wagon, 93 nissan CHARLOTTE 647 Tamiami Trail
maxima, Good transporta-
tion, $600 Your choice. COUNTY HABITAT Port Charlotte
(941)-623-3112 FOR HUMANITY 941 627-2791
1993 SEDAN DEVILLE, 1989 Dodge 1 ton Ram
white w/white leather int, FOR A MAXIMUM 1989 Dodge 1 ton Ram
van, 350, auto, air, perfect
carriage roof, nice cond. TAX WRITE OFF. body, New tires $1,250
$1500. (941)-623-3112 Free Local Towing. obo
2000 Hyundai Elantra, 5 (941)-468-1489
spd., cold AC, $700 firm. DICK FIELDS 1990 Chevy Hi-top conver-
(941)-628-3408 CELL 941-740-4043 sion van, 1 owner, exc.
dZ .- cond. $3200/obo.
GOOD CARS ***SOLD***
AT TOP $$ PAID 1995 Chevy C20 cargo van,
REASONABLE For Junk Cars, Trucks & 16,000 orig. mi., 4.3 liter,
Vans. Free Pick Up! auto, A/C, nice condition,
PRICES 239-265-6140 $3450 obo 941-356-3387
ALL VEHICLES 1995 CHRYSLER Town &
THOROUGHLY SAFETY 7270 AUTO PARTS/ Country, runs great, $1895
CHECKED & ACCESSORIES obo. 255-0933.
RECONDITIONED S 1997 FORD AEROSTAR
PROCEEDS HELP QUALIFIED 1998 CAMRY SE 3.0 Engine, Great Gas
FAMIES ACHIEVE HOME (w/BLOWNENGINE) Mileage, Cold Air Front &
1987 Chevy Celebrity 4 Loaded 4-cyl, 4D, Rear. Orig Owner. 65K
Dr. 4 ci.nrder cold air, gold package, spoiler, orig. mi. $4200 firm.
good tirei. very clean alloys, good tires, ice 941-697-9996
1S8K $1695 cold ac, sunroof, gold LITTLE RICHIES
1989 Buick LaSabre. color. Best offer takes 1998 CHEVY ASTRO 7
good condo $1695 it! (941)-764-8896 N.P. PASS, REAR AC, LOADED
1981 Ford Fairmont 1977 Dodge 318 motor, 70K, $5995.
Wagon. cold ar, very,. ery complete, Runs Good (941)-474-6998
1979 Mercury Cougar $200. 941-286-7739 1998 CHEVRIEi
Brougham. 4 Dr, Loaded, 4 FORD 16" 4 lug, 3 spoke VAll. IERY"
Cold Ar, IJew Ti,, bOK aluminum wheels, $125. -,.EA a~i "'3
Senor Dreer, Miles S2595 Call 941-255-3169 ,, s U
1997 Hyundai Elantra
GLS wagon ,nujo. coid The- ,
A'C cwr prc' 117" (ICTT1 l"
ow.n mi gorgeous cond $
s3995 $168.45 mo
1993 Toyota Camry LE, (WAC)
4 Dir dd ,in,,uding ur. PUT CLASSIFIEDS 2000 FOcRD
roo, new tires.. .9 mir.., WINDSTAR SE
ser,, rce ar' S4795 TO WORK HANDICAP SEAT
1998 Ford Explorer XLT, FOR YOU! Van has a handicap
4wd, loaded incl. moon- companion seat auto
e'[inr 6 r mi., FIND A JOB! front & rear air 6cly
1997 Chry;. Town & BUY A HOME! low miles 3 seats -
Country Van LXi 133K 1- BUY A CAR! 7 pass all power
owner mi oaded ,nciujdn options exc. cond. &
leatelhr; CD player, dual air shap looking warran-
Michelin tires $6495 .* +0 ty, inc. payments
1997 Chrys. Sebring JXi clude all tax & f
Cony., loaded, 69K miles. nly $500.00 Deen
2001 Mazda Tribute ES YR r Cash or Trade -
SUV, 4WD, loaded, new HELP YOUR ADM SALE PRICE $6,695.
tires, MUST SEE! 'Q | NO GAMES OR
$9995. STAND OUT! I GIMMICKS
2001 VW Jetta GLX VR6 If you have income,
4dr.,^ beautiful^ ^cnd DRAW SOME ATTENTION TO you will be approved
yo wilbfapoe


96k 1 own. mi. $9995. YOUR ADS BY USING SOME for a auto loan.
NEW DINGBATS, BOLD VEHICLES STARTING
ALL REASONABLE PRINT, & SPECIAL BOXES! AT $175.00 MO.
OFFERS CONSIDERED WITH LITTLE OR NO
MONEY DOWN. See
CALL YOUR LOCAL this vehicle & others
at WW.
CHARLOTTE REPRESENTATIVE NOW AutoMallofVenice.
COUNTY com
HABITAT FOR DESOTO 494-7600 AUTO MALL OF
HUMANITY ENGLEWOOD 475-2200 VENICE
1354 SR 776, Murdock 941-483-4700
I Bik. W. of Sam's Club PT, CHARLOTTE 2061200 301 us 41 BYPASS S
Dick Fields NORTH PORT 207-1200 After Hours & Sunday
Cell 941-740-4043 941-626-6753







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Sunday. October 28, 2007 www.sun-herald.com/classifieds
7305 SPORT UTILITY!


7290 VANS
2002 Chrysler Voyager,
66K, loaded, Xtra cIn,
$6,595. (941)-575-7843
dir
2002 DODGE Caravan SE,
exc. cond., PW/PL, pwr.
mir., cruise, tilt, 6 cyl.,
110k mi., $3995. Call
(9411-743-3812
2002 DODGE RAM 1500
Conversion Van, $5000.
Call 941-629-2993.
2003 Ford E-150, low miles,
very good cond. Well maint.
$9650. 941-488-8016
2003 Windstar; leather,
loaded-warr $12,900/obo
941-740-0865.


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IN THE SUN
CLASSIFIED
YOU CAN.....

/Find a Pet


7300 TRUCKS/
PICK-UPS
1989 CHEVY Ambulance
Truck. 454 auto, 1 ton,
$1500. (941)-628-1323
1989 high lift AND 2004 &
2005 Ford F350 DUMP
Pick up trucks, low miles,
Call to see (804)-313-
6365 or (941) 916-4438
1990 Chevy Silverado,
exc., cond., 1 owner,
$2,900. (941)-627-8661
1993 Chevy Blazer, 4WD,
fair cond. $950. (941)-639-
5877
LITTLE RICHIIES
1993 FORD BOX TRUCK
16' AUTO, V8, AC W/
RAMP RUNS PERFECT.
GREAT COND. $3500.
(941)-474-6998
1993 GMC Sonoma, ext.
cab, does not run, $650
(941)-623-6051
1996 SILVERADO, 88K mi,
V8, auto, loaded, A/C.
$3650 cell 239-938-5705
home 941-637-0266.
1996 Toyota Tacoma SX,
Auto, Topper, 120K,
X-cln. $3,995
(941)-575-7843 dlr


/Find a Car GE TM
/Find a Job GON NS
/Find Garage Sales 1998 FORD EXPLORER
XLT, LOW MILES, $5490.
/Find A New Employee 625-2141, Pt. Char.
.Sell Your Home www.genegormans.com
1999 F250 Super Duty XLT
/Sell Your Unwanted Super Cab, Auto, 2WD, PW,
Merchandise PL, tow pkg. 1 ownr, great
truck. $6900/ obo. 941-
/Advertise Your 637-6347
Business or Service
1999 Ranger XLT, ext.,
cab, V-6, 4.0 liter, auto,
Classified 42k, $6800 obo. 743-
'st eiale 7840 or cell 204-9998
it's the reliable 2001 Dodge 1500 Reg.
source for the Cab. V-6, 58K, Auto, Lg.
right results Bd. A STEAL $5.795.
(941)-575-7843 dlr
2001 Dodge 1500 SLT, 4
2005 Freestar Van 32k mi Dr. V-8, Auto, Loaded,
under warr. Ex cond. 98K. Nice. $6,795.
$11900. (941)-473-9079 (941)-575-7843 dlr
2001 FORD F150 XLT,
Supercrew cab, 4x4, bed
SCHEVROLET liner, ARE Cap, Excellent
"CHEVROLET condition. 77K. $12600
2006 Chrysler Town & Call 941-626-3911 dIr
Country LTL $23,846,
Jamie941-639-1155x200 2002 BMW 3251 auto,
AC, all power, leather,
r sunroof, $14,970.
Cramer Toyota
CHEVROLET .1-800-507-1543
2006 Grand Caravan SXT 2002 Chev Avalanche
$21,893, $347/mo Z-71 4x4 auto, ac,
Jamie941-639-1155x200 leather, loaded only

7300 TRUCKS/ $15,970. Cramer Toyota
I CK-US 1-800-507-1543
S.. PICK-UPS
2002 Dodge 1500 Sport,
1979 Chevy 1/2 ton, 350 4 Door. V-8, Auto, Loaded,
engine, needs rear end Intake Hood, 20" wheels,
$475. 941-270-1073 Highway Miles. $6,295.
1985 Flat Bed truck, exc. (941)-575-7843 dIr


cond. w/lift gate. Must see!
First $7,500 takes it, (9411-
628-8781 or (941) 764-
7879
1988 Chevy 3/4 ton, ext.
cab, long bed, low mi.,
newer motor, $2,300,
(941)-743-8438


GmNE
GORMAN'S
2003 DODGE QUAD CAB
4X4, HEMI V8, PER-
FECT. $15,990.
639-1601 Punta Gorda


7300 TRUCKS/
PICK-UPS
2003 Dodge 2500, Quad
SLT, Chrome Wheels,
Loaded, Sharp. A Steal
$11,900. Rescue Tech.
Call Roy (941)-833-2200
2003 GMC Sierra, 60K,
Auto, V-8, Wht., Long bd.
$7,995.
(941)-575-7843 dir

GENE

GORMAN'S
2003 NISSAN FRON-
TIER KING CAB SE,
4X4, 5 SPD. $14,990.
639-1601 Punta Gorda

GENE
GORMAN'S
2004 TOYOTA TACOMA
DBL CAB, TRD PKG,
AUTO V6 $14,990.
639-1601 Punta Gorda



CHEVROLET
2005 Chevy 1500 Silver-
ado $19,862, $310/mo
Jamie941-639-1155x200


LITTLE RICHES
2005 GMC CANYON OFF
ROAD, EXT CAB AUTO
AC, 50K MILES, 11995.
(941)-474-6998
2006 Dodge Dakota SLT
Quad cab 4 door, V6,
less than 3k miles,
Extras, QUICK SALE
$17,500941-483-3902



CHEVROLET
2006 GMC 1500 Sierra
SLE $20,396, $320/mo
Jamie941-639-1155x200



CHEVROLET
2006 Nissan Titan
$20,998, $331/mo
Bill 941-639-1155x800
Trucks Trucks Trucks
Many to choose from at
GREAT PRICES.
Raimers Motors
941- 627-2791

7305 SPORT UTILITY/
VEHICLES


7305 SPORT UTILITY/
VEHICLES
1999 Expedition XLT, run-
ning boards, towing pkg.,
leather, loaded, $6,500.
obo. 941-235-7491
1999 Kia Sportage, cold
a/c, asking $2,000 obo,
(941)-623-7949
1999 Tahoe, 4x4, leather
int., new tires, $4800 obo.
or trade for enclosed car
trailer (941)-626-9801
2000 Dodge Durango SLT
97k, Loaded, VGC, $6500
(941)-626-0311
2000 Mercury Mountaineer
102K V8, Auto, Sun Roof,
2WD, White W/Tan Lthr,
Power Everything, $5,495.
941-255-6904
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 $11,990.
625-2141, Pt. Char.
www.genegormans.com

*HI;'


2002 Suzuki XL-7 V6 4WD'
LTD, w/Towing Pkg, low
miles 941-661-1397

GENE
GORMAN'S
2002 TOYOTA SEQUOIA
LTD, LOW MI. ABSOLUTE-
LY GORGEOUS $18,990.
639-1601 Punta Gorda

GENE
GORMAN'S
2003 FORD EXPEDITI-
ION EB, ALL POWER.
IMMACULATE! $16,990.
625-2141, Pt. Char.
www.genegormans.com
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! $15,890.
625-2141, Pt. Char.
www.genegormans.com
2004 BUIK R2 DEVOUS
ILAED 2KMLES

-N -K


1994 Jeep Cherokee Limit- 2004 Ford Explorer LD,
ed $2100/obo Runs good. White, 4 Wheel Dr, Neutral
4x4 941-698-0900 Leather, All Oplions, Priced
1996 GMCJimmy 4x4 ,-, Right! $16,995
$2000. obo 941-979- (i!. Crest Cadillac
9072 '- (941)-497-5800

V/ ,V GENE
1999 Land Rover Dis- GORlAAN'S
cover, 77K mi, black 2004 FORD EXPLORER
ext, tan Ithr int, power XLT,, LO MI., MINT.
evrythng, cd, 2 moon- $10,990.
roofs, runs great, 625-2141, Pt. Char.
$9,500 941-716-0476 www.genegormans.com


7305 SPORT UTILITY/
VEHICLES

2004 GMC ENVOY EXV
32K MILES S14.980




2004 GMC ENVOY
LOADED SILVER $18.980


ME'


2004 HONDA PILOT
LOADED BLACK 520,980



2005 Buick Rendevous CX,
White Neutral Interior,
Pristine Inside & Out.
^ $14,880
S, Crest Cadillac
-"' (941)-497-5800
2005 CHEVROLET TRAIL-
BLAZER LT LOADED
S17,980
WILDE IEXI


CHEVROLET
2005 Chevy TrailBlazer
EXT$16,986, $257/mo
Jamie941-639-1155x200



CHEVROLET
2005 Ford Explorer XLT
$17,928, $274/mo
Jamie941-639-1155x200



CHEVROLET
2005 Hyundai Santa Fe
$15,999, $239/mo
Bill 941-639-1155x800

2005 MERCURY MARINER
LOADED $17,980


GENE

GORMAN'S
2005 MERCURY MOUN-
TAINEER, LUX., PWR.,
LOADED. $16,990.
625-2141, Pt. Char.
www.genegormans.com
LITTLE RICHES
'2006 HONDA RIDGELINE
RT, PKG 13K, FULL FACT
s WARRANTY 4X4,
1 OWNER! $22,995.
(941)-474-6998

2007 LEXUS ES350 NAVI-
GATION LOADED $38,980




7310 4 X 4'S
1989 Chevy Surburban
Good motor, bad trans.
$300/obo 941-276-0301


7310 4 X 4'S 7360 CYCLES/MOPEDS/
SCOOTERS
1992 Chevy Blazer 4x4, Only
32K mi on new engine. 1984 HONDA SCOOTER,
$1995 obo (941)-255-0379 80cc, 10k mi., exc. cond.
2005 F150 4X4, Good $395. 239-734-2020 PG
Cond. 52K mi, $26,000 _____"_l _
(863)-990-4674 El
1987 Honda 250 Helix,
7341 TRAILER & good cond. $1,000, (941)-
ACCESSORIES 235-2601
1987 Honda Helix,
(4) 14.5" LoBoy Tires & 70 mpg, 6,000 miles,
Rims, all rims & 2 tires new $1,650 (941)-423-9818
$150. 941-474-5170 1993 HD Electraglide clas-
15' Galv. Boat trailer, all sic, 2 tone, VG cond.
reconditioned, Lots of Extras, 36k, $9750obo
Extras $325. (941)-828-8858
941-697-2761 1995 HD Black 833. 7814
2006 28' Enclosed car real mi, buddy seat, front
trailer, good condition, legguards, soft bags. Great
wench & anti-sway sys- 1st bike or ladies bike.
teams, HD axles. $6500. Take a look and make me
Call 941-467-0306 or 941- an offer I cannot refuse.
889-7394 Bank check or cash only.
Take it home with you,
2006 Enclosed Trailer, 941-743-7898
6X10 w/spare tire, all lights
work, rear double doors, 1998 Harley Davidson Fat-
roof vent, very few miles, oy, will trade for Harley
Ex Cond $1650. firm 941- Davidson Full Dresser of
235-1658 equal value 941-626-5751
CAR HAULER 16' L, 7' W, Th'
factory made, alum ramps S,
$950/obo 941-475-2121 I 1 U """".
CONTRAIL Equip. Hauler,
7 X 16. Used (1) Time. PUT CLASSIFIED
Ready to Work. G.V.W TO WORK
14,900. $4,650. FOR YOU!
n---..u- .cIn .. FOR YOU!


cUe iec .IuII, Cali I oy
(9411-833-2260 FIND A JOB!
ENCL TRAILER 6X12, BUY A HOME!
'03 side dr, exc cond. BUY A CAR!
$1500. (941)-623-2100
2001 CVR 600 HONDA, F4
HORSE TRAILER 5x10, dual series, runs great, $3000.
axle 275. (941-2nglwd 76-2681
2781 Worth Ave, Englwd 2001 Harley Davidson 883
HORSE TRAILER feath- Hugger w/extras $5,300.
erlight, 4H, Slant load, liv- 1995 Honda PC 800,
ing Quarters, AC, Awning, 4,500 orig. mi. $3,000,
$7750/obo 941-8288858 (941)-204-9623
***TRAILERS*** 2001 HD 883 Sportster SC
7 x 16, Open Tandem Eagle kit, extras, geat
Over-Head Rack. Ideal for cond. 17k mi. $4200.
Plumbing/Lawn/Irrigation 941- 286-1541.
Use, Ready to Go! $1,675. 2002 Yamaha R1, adult
Rescue Tech. Call Roy owned, very low mileage,
(941)-833-2200 show room cond. $6,459.
New & Used Utility 941- 626-8422.
Trailers. Trailer Hitches PUT CLASSIFIEDS
and Wiring.
TWO-MORROW'S TO WORK FOR YOU
ENTERPRISES, INC Venice, Englewood,
941-460-9700 North Port 207-1200
Pt. Charlotte Areas
NEW BOAT TRAILERS AT Call 206-1200
Dealer Cost. Credit
Cards 2003 HONDA Shadow
Accepted. WEST COAST Ace 1700 mi, $3800.
TRAILER(941)698- 941-223-3901 Englwd
99022004 FREEDOM 250
E T7 a'U scooter, 250cc ,2900
s miles 60mpg, 70mph,
YEAR END water cooled, 2 helmuts.
CLOSE-OUT $1500/obo (941)4264676
STARTING AT 2004 HD Sportster 883,
$875 5,600 mi., windshield, fwd
Area's Largest controls, King/Queen seat,
P-nut tank, all
Selection HD parts, exc., cond.,
eUtility eCar Haulers $5,000 (941)-979-7391
eCustom
Full Service Dept. 2005 Harley Heritage
1.5 Mi. South of Classic, Lava Red,
Tucker's Grade on Like New, 650 miles,
41 in Punta Gorda garage kept, don't
941-833'-2200 miss this one, WONT
LAST LONG!!!
Toil Free 877-725-3704 $15,000 861-9649 or
818-5306.


7360 CYCLES/MOPEDS/
SCOOTERS


7370 CAMPERS/
TRAVEL TRAILERS


2005 HONDA 1300 VTX, 2005 TOY HAULER 29'
2,800mi., showroom cond, sleeps 6-8, low miles, ask-
gar kept, $8,200 obo 941- ing $18,500 obo. 989-
426-3842 or 270-1400 820-4871
2005 Honda VTX 1300, 2007 25' JAYCO FEATH-
4500 mi, Exc. Cond. ER WEIGHT TRAILER-
$6995 (941)-628-2166 Used Only 5 Times, Sleeps
2005 Wild Fire Scooter 9,main main bedroom slide
body/Motorcycle. out,
Extras $999/obo Complete Tow Pkg.
GREAT WORK Transporta- 941-484-0001
tion 941-240-5577 Fleetwood Yuma, Pop-Up,
m 2005, used 3 times,
V refridge, A/C, awning,
2005 Yamaha YZ450F very garaged, new condition
low hours, $2,800 obo, $4900. 941-743-0805
(941')-255-3203 or (941) Home built trailer, clean,
626-0213 comfortable/AC $275
2006 Yamaha Road Star .(863)-993-3386
1700, Rinehart Pipes, I BUY Travel Trailers, 5th
Stage 1, 2700 Mi. Mint Wheels & Park Models.
Cond. w/ Extras. $9500 Pay Cash/Top dollar
obo (941)650-2915 Dave 813-713-3217
Kawasaki ZX 600C, as is
$250. (941)-815-7588 7380 MOTOR HOMES/
Must Sell! 2005 Kawasaki RVs
100, 2 Cycle, Runs Great.
$1500obo (941-628-5012 19' COACH HOUSE, '94
Dodge Van w/tow bar, 12-
YAMAHA PW50, runs 15 MPG, 107K-exc. cond.
good, $450. (941)-475- $11,500. 941-505-0119
7311 Iv mesg 1986 Ford Tioga 30', good
7365 ATV cond. low miles, depend-
able, everything works, no
2005 Yamaha Raptor leaks, good hurricane run-
350, like new $3,200 obo, ner, for tailgate parties,
2005 Yamaha Bruin weekend camping or vaca-
250, like new $2,950 obo tion. $6,000 obo, (941)-
(2) 2005 Suzuki LTZ 766-1395
250, 1 $2,400 obo, 1 1991 Dodge Road Trek
$1,400 obo, (941)-347- heeds cosm. work, mech.
8905 sound, new tires, fixer
2007 Suzuki Ozark, red, upper $1200/OB0 941-
low low hrs., $2,700 obo. 240-1736
(941)-628-1330 1996 FOURWINDS, 29'.
Swamp Buggy, runs great Class C. 24k orig. mi.,
$5,200 obo. A/C, gene., awning, qn.
2005 Suzuki Quad Sport bed, sleeps 6. Exc. cond.,
250, automatic, great needs nothing. $19,500.
cond. $2,200 obo, 2002 Call (941)-626-9075
Honda 300 EX, great 1998 34ft Residence Thor
cond. $2,000. (941)-457- 11,375K mi.2 slides, 2 AC,
3719" Gonnod nCond nn


7370 CAMPERS/
TRAVEL TRAILERS
1997 Coleman Pop-up. 12',
.exc. cond. $3,500 obo,
(9411-268-3555


(919)-631-5700 Arcadia
32' KEYSTONE CHAL-
LENGER 2003, 5th Wheel,
Queen Bed & 'Sofa Bed,
W/D, Many Upgrades $22K
941474-6426


1998 SUNLINE 28', sleeps 88 PaceArrow 34' 86K
6, $3,000. 454, new roof, ceiling,
**SOLD** floor, new furniture, A/C
awnings, runs great.
$10,500. 941-697-0722
1999 Winnebago 8' pick-up $.$ CASH PAID $$
camper. Pop up. Exc cond. For Your Motor Home/
Asking $3,500 obo,. (941)- Travel Trailer Any Size
235-2601 or Price. -Will Come To
2002 26' Trail Cruiser, lite You. -0
weight Camper,. 1 slide, (941z626-9075
AC, good condition, Diesel RV's Wanted!
$9000 941-429-9124 Consignment sales experts.
2005 Aliner 15 ft. Camper Free superior marketing.
sleeps 4, good cond., very Charlotte RV Cent.;"
clean $5000 941-255- On US 41 at Kings Hwy.
0879 leave message (941) 883-5555
2005 COACHMAN CAS- INDOOR STORAGE
CADE 26' Deluxe travel trail- In Port Charlotte for
er, w/reese hitch, 1 slide, AC RV's, Boats & Trailers.
& awning, garage kept, used (941)258-3033
once, $14K. Saturn Tow-Cars. 15 to
941488-3808 or 3508060 choose from. Blue-Ox tow
2005 JAYCO 5th wheel, 29' hitches. PRO-rOWER
w/ slide, new cond. AUTO SALES (941) 627-
$16,000 (941)-473-2896 8822 P.C.


SUNCOAST BOATING


7330 BOATS-POWERED


10/28/07
12' Sun Dolphin Tender
w/bimini, 6hp suzuki,
stroke, 5.5 yr. warr., left,
used only lO0hrs. $1,800
(941)-764-7775
14' & OVER
A GREAT WAY TO
SELL YOUR BOAT
Buyers waiting!
WE FINANCE
HUGE Storage Lot
FREE No Charges
To Consign Your Boat
Gulf Coast
Marine Center
Call 629-9666
15' '98 Sail Fisher, 60 hp
Yamaha, brand new trailer
$3500. 941-628-0023
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.
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 941-744-5172
17' Hurricane Deck Boat
2000, 90 h.p. Yamaha,
extras, fishing chair w/tlr.
$7,900 (941)-815-2007


7330 BOATS-POWERED
17' TRI HULL w/trailer,
150hp Mercury, runs grt.
$1800 (941)493-2134
17'2" SEA HUNT 1998
CC 90 h.p. lift kept.
super clean, low hrs., bimi-
ni, VHS, FF, GPS,
AM/FM/CD $6,800 Call
941-979-2940.
17ft 1995 Sunbird fish &
ski 112 HP Evinrude, 2
live wells, 12/24 volt
trolling motor, bimini top,
EZ load trailer. $4500.00
941-627-1973
18' 05 Lightning flats
90hp'00 Yamaha jack-
plate livewell traiJer
$6,500 941-628-8250
18' 1999 .CAROLINA
SKIFF, 100 hp, aluminum
trailer, FF, BW, CB, VHF.
Bimini & cover. $7800.
Call 941-875-9201
18' 2002 Action Craft
1890 SE, 200hpdi, dual
axle alum trir, 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
18'6" 1989 Flats Boat
w/225 Johnson.
$2000. 941-623-6688
18.5' STARCRAFT, I/0, 4-
cyl, trlr/mtr needs work
$650/obo(941)-321-2566


7330 BOATS-POWERED 7330 BOATS-POWERED
18' Robalo, 92 model, 21' 2007 Hurricane deck
center console, 115hp boat Model 217, 15 hrs.
Yamaha, power tilt & trim. (941)-629-2149 after 5p
Live well. Lots of storage. 21' HydroSports Walk-
Trailer. Ready for fishing! Around 2001, 150 h.p.
Fish finder & ship to shore Johnson, very clean
radio. $3900. (941)-626- $16,000, (941)-505-9062
9095 21' Off Shore center
1994 Sylvan V188, 19' counsel 1HP Johnson,
dual console, walk4hrough 60hrs on rebuild
bowrider. 4.3 liter V6, Mer- GPS/VHF FF, Bimini top,
cruiser I/0, w/trailer. Turn- brand new upholstery,
key ready & super nice for tandem trailer, new tires,
the $$! $4,450 obo. 941- bearings & seals Just
266-2100 arrived from Buffalo
20 ft Pontoon Boat 2003 $5500/obo
with trailer. 40 hp 941-483-3902
mercury outboard 22' 1999 Extra Clean
engine. 941-661-9125 Trophy, Cuddy cabin,
20' 1991 PLAYCRAFT w/ head, sleeps 2,
fiberglass deck boat w/99 150HOP Merc, Low
90hp OB, tamdem axle hours, Dual batteries
trlr. Ready to go. Reduced DGPS, Fish & depth
to $4100 941- 421-8283. finder, 1 bait well, 2
fish wells, cockpit can-
CASH vas enclosure, Must
TODAY See. Great fishing &
For Your Boats family boat. $12,095.
For Your BoatSkis (941)-697-7880
(941)-268-7516 23.5 FT Slickcraft
20' DECK BOAT, 2005 uddy cabin I/0. This
20' DECK BOAT, 2005, 40 is a Good Boat only
hp Mercury, & trailer, selling due to health
$7900. 941-743-0087 problems $4800.00
C NEED A JOB? \ JUST COME BY AND
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CLASSIFIEDS! (941)223-9801
20' Starcraft Deck Boat, 24' CC, 05, 225 Evinrude,
2000, 1404 Stroke Suzuki, $9,000/obo. (941)-875-
Bimini Head, Stereo & Show- 5698
er. $7900 (941)473-0375
or 727-434-1926 Cell 28' HOUSE BOAT,
2001 10 ft bass hound 2 fibreglass '91, week-
seats live well lights ender, encl hd, ac,
trolling mtr. $500. obo micro, needs mtr.
(941)-979-9072 $2500 (941)-623-2100


7330 BOATS-POWERED 7330 BOATS-POWERED


Boat Donations wanted
to support Clearwater
Marine Aquarium. Tax
Deductable (727)-409-
6282 ext. 235
BOAT PILOTING, Capt will
teach hands-on skills, basic
navig., docking & safety.
Capt Terry (941-284-5005
Boat Repair & Detail
15yrs. Experience!
Free Estimates
941-773-4965

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FOR YOUR HOME
CAR, TRUCK,
BOAT & RV ANY
CONDITION,
CLOSING IN
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DINGHY 8' 2004 Boat US
inflatable dinghy-oars-
pump, exc cond. $800.
505-7672.

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COMPANY
Buy Sell Consign
Pre-Owned Boating &
Nautical Items
(941)-639-1340
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Unit 112, Punta Gorda
Mon Fri 9am-5pm
Sat., 9am-12pm


Must Sell! 14' John Boat w/
Trailer, 2006 Yamaha 4hp,
Ony 2hrs on Motor w/ War-
ranties, Will Sell Separate
$1700 obo (941-628-5012

10' to 40'
SELL YOUR
BOAT TODAY!
CASH CONSIGN
OR TRADE
fischermarine.com
(239) 694-4626

7331 SAILBOATS

25' MACGREGOR 3 good
sails, motor, trailer, needs
some work. Make offer.
(941)-423-0926

7332 PERSONAL
WATER VEHICLES
1998 Tiger shark, 770 3
seater w/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
obo (941)-650-2915
2003 YAMAHA XLT 800,
80 hrs. Just serviced.
many extras. $4300.
(941)-240-5770
2005 SeaDoo RXP 215
h.p., w/trailer, $6,400.
Call Rich (941) 627-6301
JET SKI 1999 Yamaha,
trailer, 3-person, less than
50 hrs. good cond.
$4200. 941-639-4204


7332 PERSONAL
WATER VEHICLES
Seadoo GTX Wake Edition,
2004, 155hp, Gd Cond.
Runs Great, Trailer &
Cover Incl. $6200. 941-
4684370/485-0199

7333 MISC.
BOATS/WATER SPORTS
Alpha Merc Cruiser out-
drive complete $1,100. 8'
X 14' floating dock $300.
10' Jon Boat, aluminum
74 lb. trust Minnkota
$600, (941)-743-8438
Canvas Dingy, Grandpa was
lost at sea & Grandma found
his Canvas Dingy & will sell it
$600 obo (941)-3560217



Dingy Cape dory, 10'
classic,FG w/sails & oars,
$775. 941-639-5380

7334 OUTBOARD/
MARINE ENGINES
2006, 8 h.p. Mercury 4
stroke, 15" shaft, electric
start. $1,400, (941)-505-
1975
3.3HP Mariner w/neut.,
$275. 5HP Seagull $175.
12 volt electric motor
$75. (941)-639-5380
60hp YAMAHA Motor, 3
yrs, runs perfect, con-
trols, s/s prop $3500.
Boat & Trailer $1000.
941-460-0312
BRIGGS & STRATON, 5hp,
4cyl, exc. cond. $400.
firm. (941)-979-9539


7336 BOAT STORAGE/
DOCKING
BOAT LIFT 13,5001b,
11.5' beam, on Myakka
waterway, N. Port
$200/mo, No bridges
(941)-429-2414
DEEP WATER BOAT
SLIPS ENGLEWOOD
25-60' $8/FT/MO.
1 w/boat lift. 941-270-
1449


DOCK SPACE, PUNTA
GORDA 20' slip, pwr boat,
20 min to Harbor, ramp.
$95 mo. (941)-626-9652
BOAT LIFT for rent. 2
canals from Ponce
inlet. (941)-575-0970.
Slips, Sail or Power, H20
Elec 5min to Harbor Great
Rates!! 941-255-5947

7338 MARINE SUPPLY
& EQUIP.
4 Step Dock Ladder,
new-$130. sell for $75.
941-474-5170
Aluminum Tower Sec-
ond Station,$800/obo.
941-623-6688
Boat Lift, alum. lightly
used, $4,000 obo, (941)-
240-2646
BOAT LIFT, Remote con-
trol, 13,500 Ib, auto stop
up/down, $2775. Call
941-637-8686
JABSCO Macerator Pump
& repair kit, $100, new in
box. Call (941)-575-4450


7338 MARINE SUPPLY
& EQUIP.
OUTRIGGERS, LEE heavy
side mt., holders, incl.
poles, mt. hdw & rigging,
nice cond. $400. (941)-
743-2321
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Trawler Parts: heat
exchanger for Ford-
Lehman 135, new in car-
ton $450. 2 shaft bear-
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$150/both. 1 drive saver
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shaft $120. 110' 18/2
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