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Title: Venice gondolier sun
Alternate Title: Venice gondolier
Gondolier
Physical Description: v. : ill. (some col.) ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Venice Gondolier Sun
Publisher: Venice Gondolier Sun
Place of Publication: Venice Fla
Publication Date: May 14, 2008
Copyright Date: 2009
Frequency: semiweekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Venice (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Sarasota County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Sarasota -- Venice
Coordinates: 27.098611 x -82.438889 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 56, no. 7 (April 4-6. 2001)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issue for April 4-6, 2001 also called April 4, 2001.
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Volume ID: VID00554
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issn - 1536-1063
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BY STEVEN J. SMITH
STAFF WRITER

With only a little over two weeks
before its June 1 dedication, the
Sarasota Veterans Administration
National Cemetery Advisory Com-
mittee met Monday at Sarasota City
Hall to share updates and deadlines.
The event, open to the public, will
begin promptly at 2 p.m. and will
last about an hour, according to
Director Sandy Beckley.
"We will be set up for at least
1,000 attendees," Beckley said.
A tent will shield attendees from
the June sun. Parking will be avail-
able on the property, located at 9810
State Road 72 about 4 miles east
of Interstate 75, off exit 205.
The committee then hashed out


the particulars of:
Refreshments
Commemorative fans
Wheelchair access
A color guard representing each
branch of the armed services
Local bands to play familiar mil-
itary marches
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Naming of State Road 72 east of
Interstate 75 to the cemetery "Veterans
Memorial Parkway"
Discussion then turned to the
hoped-for appearance of digni-
taries. Several were still uncommit-
ted, such as Secretary of Veterans
Affairs James B. Peake and Gov.
Charlie Crist. U.S. Rep. Vern
Buchanan, however, has pledged to
attend.
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Sarasota County Veterans Com-
mission was philosophical about any
politico no-show.
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cians," Swier said. "This is about the
veterans. The only thing that would
disappoint me would be if no veter-
ans showed up. And that's not going
to happen."
Sarasota County Commission
Chair Shannon Staub, who also
serves on the advisory committee,
was "excited" about the impending
dedication.
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event," Staub said. "Sandy Beckley
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gram and for those who come, it will
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School for teenage parents to relocate


BY AUDREY BLACKWELL
STAFF WRITER

Cyesis, a special school for
teen parents in Sarasota County,
will operate as a program of
Riverview High School begin-
ning with the school district's
next fiscal year and will physical-
ly move there in 2010.
The move should help teen
moms feel more connected to
their peers while helping cut
expenses for a financially belea-
guered Sarasota County Public
School District.
Kathy Kleinlein, chair of the
Sarasota County School Board,
said the program, located in its
own building, has been only
mildly successful for student
achievement. The board hopes
that the students will fare better
by being at Riverview as a
school-within-a-school, much
like a similar program at North
Port High School.
"Now the girls are segregat-
ed and isolated from their
peers. If they are put in anoth-
er school they will be more
involved with their peers, and
this will be a big advantage


to them both
academically
and socially,"
Kleinlein said.
"Moving them
will save the dis-
trict administra-
tive and facility
costs, and the
students will be Kleinlein
in a safer, more
secure building."
No Child Left Behind
Lorraine Colby, Cyesis princi-
pal, said the move is because the
school has not met Adequate
Yearly Progress under the federal
No Child Left Behind Act.
"Being a separate school means
we are subject to state and federal
mandates for such things as school
grade, No Child Left Behind and
AYE" Colby said. "Given the nature
and type of our students teens
who are pregnant or have a child -
by the time they get here, they are
usually behind in their skills."
She said the school staff
works hard at getting the girls'
skills up so they can pass the
FCAT and graduate.
But passing the FCAT and


graduating are
not the only cri-
teria for a school
to reach AYP
Another reason
a school can miss
AYP is a small
graduation rate,
according to Gary
Leatherman Leatherman, com-
munications direc-
tor for the school district. He said
that for a school to meet AYE, 95
percent of the students must
graduate a problem for a
school in which teen mothers are
caring for their babies and atten-
dance is not as high as at regular
schools.
Dr. Natalie Roca, executive
director of research and assess-
ment for the district, said only 40
percent of those at Cyesis since
the ninth grade graduated in
2007.
Also, in a small student popu-
lation, one not passing a test can
hold down the entire group's
score, according to Leatherman.
"When Cyesis is part of
Riverview, rather than being a
separate cost center and school,
it will be just a program at


Riverview High School and
counted with Riverview High
students," he said.
Colby said the AYP calcula-
tion at Cyesis is based on just a
percentage of the students at the
school, which contributed to
their not reaching AYP
"When they evaluate a school,
the data used is from grades
eight, nine and 10 and includes
students enrolled during both
full-time equivalent windows,
which is October and February
of a school year," Colby said. 'At
Cyesis, the population of stu-
dents is roughly 90, but when we
count those in grades eight, nine
and 10, the number gets down to
22 or 23. The scores for only 22
students is not representative of
all the school does for AYE"
Because Cyesis has not been
able to make AYP for four years,
the school district had to make a
decision.
"When a school does not
meet AYP for four years, the state
says you have to restructure, and
this is what the school board is
exploring when talking about
relocating Cyesis to Riverview
High School," Colby said.


State mandate
Schools like Cyesis in Florida
were born out of Florida Statutes
Section 1003.21, according to
the National Association of State
Boards of Education. The statute
states "pregnant or parenting
students shall receive the same
education instruction as other
students, but may voluntarily be
assigned to a program suited to
their special needs."
"There is strong support for
Cyesis and even for where it is at,"
said Leatherman. "There have
been questions raised at school
board meetings about the addi-
tional funding required to teach
the girls at Cyesis versus typical
high school students, and there
are child care issues that makes
the program more expensive. But
the community embraces it as a
social responsibility."
Cyesis runs from seventh to
12th grade. Most students are teen
mothers with their babies up to age
4, but some teen dads are enrolled;
there are about six males at Cyesis
this year. The curriculum includes
life skills and parenting classes.
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Energy program saves schools $1.5 million


BY AUDREY
BLACKWELL
STAFF WRITER

Turn out the lights and
save some cash.
That is part of the
explanation behind the
$1,516,000 Sarasota County
Public Schools saved as the
result of an energy savings
innovations program that
ran during the 2007-08


school year.
The district topped its
own goal of saving $1.2
million in this first year of
the program, which has
school personnel cutting
back on electrical use on
school campuses across
the district.
Alisha Miller, co-energy
manager along with Jon
Hampton, said the school
board adopted the energy


program in January 2007
and she and Hampton
were chosen to head it up.
"We were both former
teachers so knew how the
schools function and could
use that knowledge as
energy managers to reduce
energy costs," she said.
The pair runs energy
audits on a regular basis,
at least monthly and
sometimes more often in


larger buildings and build-
ings that have problems
reducing energy use.
Miller said they thought
they might be able to save
more than their original
goal of $1.2 million, but
they wanted to set a rea-
sonable goal. The audits
will continue yearly.
Two Venice schools were
at the top of the list in their
category for energy savings.


While elementary schools
saved a total $640,000,
Venice Elementary School
reduced the most, cutting
its energy consumption by
34.8 percent. District mid-
dle schools contributed
$240,000 to the energy sav-
ings, but Venice Middle
School's reductions were
the largest at 19.33 percent.
Other energy savings
totaled $400,000 for dis-


trict high schools; $38,500
for alternative schools;
and $43,500 for other
school district sites.
Accountability
Scott Lempe, associate
superintendent, said the
district is working to be
more efficient with taxpayer
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Anna L. Aubuchon
Anna Lou Bayless
Aubuchon died Sunday,
May 11, 2008, at the home
of her son, William
Aubuchon.
She was born in Doe
Run, Mo.,
on April 26,
1923, in her
parents'
home. She
had three
brothers
and six sis-
ters. She
lived most
Aubuchon of her life in
Farming-
ton and Tupelo, Miss.
Since 2006 she had been a
resident of New Port
Richey, Fla. She loved her
Lord, Jesus Christ, and was
a member of First
Methodist Church in Tu-
pelo, Miss.
Her husband, William E
Aubuchon Sr. (1993), pre-
ceded her in death. Her
parents, Harry (1960) and
Ola (1997) Bayless, also
preceded her in death. Also
preceding her in death
were three sisters and one
brother: Juanaita Hahn
(1963) of Farmington, Mar-
garet Powell (2008) of Pull-
man, Washington, Glenda
Bayless (2005) of Farming-
ton and Harry Arthur
Bayless (2006) of Farming-
ton.
She was a devoted
mother, grandmother and
great-grandmother who
loved her children, grand-
children and great-grand-
children more than life.
After Bill Sr. passed, she
spent the next 13 years
with her brothers and sis-
ters in Missouri. She loved
to cook and sew and
enjoyed making clothes
for her family.
Ann is survived by two
sons, William E of Nokomis,
Fla., and Robert L. of
Ruskin, Fla.; daughters-in-
law Belinda and Patsy;
grandchildren Lesley Ann



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"Business departments
are holding people account-
able for their spending," he
said, adding that other
employees have been acting
more responsibly with
regard to saving energy
costs.
He said energy efficiency
falls under the "Resources"
section of Superintendent
Gary Norris's Five Pillars of
NeXt Generation Learning.
The other four pillars
are: quality, people, service
and safety.
Energy education saves
the district money on
energy bills, and it is peo-
ple's behavior that led to
the savings, Hampton
said at a board workshop
May 6.
He said custodial ser-
vices personnel acted as
the eyes and ears of the
district in discovering con-
servation actions, and fac-
ulty and staff participated
by turning off lights when
leaving a room, turning off
computers at night and
turning off refrigerators in
the summer. Also, they
have kept blinds closed in
the summer and opened
them in the winter to help
warm the air.
Miller said the $1.5 mil-
lion saved is the equivalent
of 21 teaching positions.

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I elom -H mecS


(Dr. Brad) AuBuchon and
great-grandchildren Alexis,
Austin and Arik of New
Port Richey, Fla.; Brandon
Leigh (John) Simoncelli
and great-grandchildren
Michael, Cody and Dakota
of Melbourne, Fla.; Will-
iam Forrest Aubuchon of
Orlando; Angela Dawn
Aubuchon and great-
granddaughter, Meghan of
Saltillo, Miss.; stepgrand-
children Colette K. Black
(Tony) of Tampa, Fla.;
MackW Kitchel of Atlanta,
Ga. and Danielle Leftwich
of Nokomis, Fla.; sisters,
Phyllis Rudolph of Herrin,
Ill, Janet Courtney of St.
Louis, Mo., and Norma
Kay Roberts (Rev. Francis)
of Farmington, Mo; and
brothers Eugene Bayless
(Janet) of Eldorado, Ill, and
Warren Bayless of Farming-
ton, Mo.
Services: Visitation will be
held from 5 to 7 p.m.
Wednesday, May 14, at
Farley Funeral Home,
Venice Chapel, with a ser-
vice beginning at 7 p.m. A
graveside service will be
held Friday in Farmington,
Mo., where Ann will be laid
to rest with her beloved
husband, Bill Sr., in the
Masonic Cemetery there.
To send condolences, visit
www.farleyfuneralhome.
com.
George R. Clark
George Raymond Clark,
86, of Venice, formerly of
Beemerville, N.J., died
Saturday,
May 10,
2008.
Born Aug.
26, 1921, in
Sussex, N.J.,
he was a
longtime
dairy farm-
er and one-
Clark time mayor
of Wantage
Township. The family
moved to Venice in 1965,
where he worked in the


Venice school system. He
later joined the Venice Fire
Department and retired as
captain in 1983.
He is survived by his
wife of 68 years, Mary;
daughter Linda and Ken
Bochat of Chicago, Ill.; five
sons, George and Judy of
Sussex, N.J., Donald of
Venice, Edward of Phoenix,
Ariz., Thomas and Jan of
North Port, Fla., and Roger
and Brenda of Venice; 16
grandchildren; 29 great-
grandchildren; two great-
great-grandchildren; and
many nieces and nephews.
Services: A memorial ser-
vice will be held at 4 p.m.
on Thursday, May 15, at
the Reformed Community
Church, 1600 Banyan
Drive, Venice, where he
was a member for 38
years. Arrangements are
by Farley Funeral Home &
Crematory, Venice. To
send condolences, visit
www.farleyfuneralhome.
com.
Contributions: In lieu of
flowers, the family has
asked that donations be
made to your favorite
charity.
Alexander Fuleky
Alexander Fuleky, 88, of
Venice passed away on
Tuesday, May 6, 2008.
Bernice B. Lantman
Bernice Bisbee Lantman,
age 104, of Venice, passed
away on Friday, May 9,
2008.
She was born Feb. 26,
1904, in Middlesex, Vt. She
was a graduate of second-
year education at the
University of Vermont and
was a public school teacher.
She moved to Venice in
1963 from Hinesburg, Vt.,
where she became a
member of O.E.S. Chapter
248 in Venice and a mem-
ber of Grace United Meth-
odist Church. She also was
a member of O.E.S. Chap-
ter LaPlatte 66 in Hines-


burg, Vt.
She is survived by her
daughter, Eleanor Bisbee
Pratt of South Duxbury,
Vt.; three grandchildren;
and eight great-grand-
sons.
Services: A memorial ser-
vice will be held in
Vermont. Farley Funeral
Home, Venice, is handling
the arrangements. To send
condolences, visit
www.farleyfuneralhome.
com.
Contributions: Memorial
donations may be made to
the Order of Eastern Star,
265 Pine Street,
Englewood, FL 34224; or
to a charity of your choice.
Walter T. McVicker
Walter T McVicker, Jr.
age 91, of Venice, passed
away Thursday, May 8,
2008.
SHe was born on
Jan. 29, 1917, in
Belington, WVa.,
and came to
Venice in 2001
from Grand Ledge, Mich.
He was a retiree from
the state of Michigan,
where he worked as a city
planner for 33 years. Mac
was a U.S. Marine captain
during World War II, serv-
ing in the Pacific and
China. He was a Methodist
and a Mason. He was a life
member of the VEW, and
a member of the American
Legion and the Marine
Corps League.
Survivors include his
wife, Kathryn Haller
McVicker; two daughters,
Suzan McVicker and
Martha York; son J.P.
McVicker of Georgia; sister
Mary Pat Everson of
Virginia; eight grandchil-
dren; and two great-grand-
children.
Services: A memorial
gathering will be held 11
a.m. on Saturday, May 17,
at Grace United Methodist
Church with Rev. Tom
Derrough officiating.


Refreshments will follow
the service at Punch Hall.
Farley Funeral Home,
Venice, is handling the
arrangements. To send
condolences, visit
www.farleyfuneralhome.
com.
Contributions: Memorial
donations may be made
to TideWell Hospice and
Palliative Care, 5955
Rand Blvd., Sarasota, FL
34238.
Norman J. Reilly
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Venice and Biddeford
Pool, Maine, passed away
Thursday, May 8, 2008, in
Venice after
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ness.
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12, 1919, in
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Venice since
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of St. Mary's Church in
Biddeford and Epiphany
Cathedral in Venice. He
served on the board of
directors of Pepperell
Trust Bank and the cham-
ber of commerce in
Biddeford. He was a life-
time member of the
Knights of Columbus, the
Elks, the American Legion
and the Retail Bakers
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many years. He was active
in his community of
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Help Retreat Center in
Venice.
Survivors include his
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Potter (David) of Kittery
Point, Maine; five grand-
children; five great-
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brother Edward Reilly of
Biddeford. His extended
family also includes his
stepchildren, Daniel and
David Hopsicker of
Venice and Carol Quinlan
(Robert) of Fairfield,
Conn.; and three step-
grandchildren.
He was predeceased by
his first wife, Betty
(Mailhot), his parents,
Edward and Melina Reilly
and a sister, Lorraine
Bruce.
Norman was a kind and
loving man who will be
missed by his family and
friends.
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of Life service will be held
at Epiphany Cathedral on
Friday, May 16, at 11 a.m.
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range of the Lake Venice Golf
Club. Both were opposed by
various groups within the
community
Citizen groups unhappy
with airport noise also op-
posed the consultant's esti-
mates of traffic at the airport.
Critics said the estimates
were greatly exaggerated to
justify the airport's C-1I trans-
portation code they contend
allows for small jets and more
congestion.
The consultant recom-
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findings, but the recommen-
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its own has seen enough
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know there is no quick fix to
the problem.
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Director of Building and
Code Enforcement Hans
Behrens called the move a
"burden" and said it would
dramatically increase the
number of resident com-
plaints, overwhelming his
staff and the volunteer Code
Enforcement Board.
He estimated adopting
the code would require, at a
minimum, doubling staff
from two to four inspectors,
and driving the overall de-
partment budget to $249,000
during a "shrinking general
fund climate."
Council members con-
sidered cherry-picking the
code and adopting only
portions that are of concern


in the city, such as how busi-
nesses contain garbage. In
the end they decided to
adopt the entire code.
They also didn't address
how to pay for it although
some challenged Behrens
assumption it will require
additional staff.
"I don't think the com-
plaints will increase," said
Council Member Sue Lang,
adding we need to "do some
more proactive enforce-
ment, especially with va-
cant lots ...."
"We could (be more
proactive)," Behrens said.
"My orders have been so far
to be reactive only."
Making the change to
proactive code enforcement,
explained City Manager
Marty Black "will compete


with the reactive process."
"If we get a complaint,
and (code enforcement
staff) observes other viola-
tions, they do (already) iden-
tify other code violations."
Going out to inspect the
community for compliance
- "two officers couldn't do
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"This is so encompassing
it opens up a new areas we
have to check," Behrens
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two code enforcement al-
ready conducts 180 to 200
inspections per month.
"If we increase (inspec-
tions) by much, we look at
expanding hearings to two


per month" and perhaps
expanding the number of
code enforcement boards,
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only worry I have."
Skeptical
Some council members
were skeptical of the move.
"It bothers me you are
talking about something
that could be very expensive
with the budget coming up.
I'd like to see some numbers
we can address at budget
time" before making a deci-
sion, Council Member John
Simmonds said. "We're rush-
ing into this and not sure
what we are rushing into."
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Noren agreed with Sim-


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working with a state code
that appears to work for all
500 cities in the state."
"Looking at all this stuff
that's costing more and more
money ... I could (perhaps)
approve ofitlater" after coun-
cil has a chance to review the
budget, Noren said.
Council Member John
Moore was the swing vote
on a contentious issue.
"I think this city needs a
property maintenance code.
If we can only afford two
code enforcement officers
than we can only afford two.
We need to set the standard
for the community. Don't
confuse it with the budgetary
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said. "Work it out. Don't
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out of 10 when people are
really in trouble, they don't
want to address it. That's
probably the worst thing
they can do."


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right her financial ship
and get her life back to
some degree of normalcy.
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I build up the amount in
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GREATER SARASOTA
JUNIOR GOLF
ASSOCIATION
May 3
At Village Green Golf Club, 9H:
Boys 10-U: 1. Tanner Holman 34; 2.
Jon Holman 36; 3. Jeovani Veloz 37;
4. Jimmy Laurin 39; 5. Jeremy Perna
45; 6. Dean Badger 48; T7. Brandon
Pozzie 50; T7. Trent Bell 50; 9. Lamar
Williams 61.

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May 3
MGA, Blue Tee (LN): Flight 1: 1. Les
Monk 73; 2. Mike Trimble 75. Flight 2:
1. Rod Stewart 73; 2. Kesh Reddy 74.
MGA, White Tee (LN): Flight 1: 1.
Bob Myers 70; 2. Jay Hartman 73; T3.
J.D. Powers 74; T3. Leo Smith 74.
Flight 2: 1. Burt Deiana 67; 2. Joe
Faraldo 68; 3. John Brower 69.
May 4
Hole in One: Alice Wood, 92-yard
seven-wood on No. 14. Witnessed by
Loring Wood.


May 7
MGA (2 BB odd, 3 BB even): 1. 157
- Jim Mitchell, Rich Miller, Terry
Conner, Bob Brauneker; 2. 158 -
Bob Myers, Jack Lacey, Jim Hill,
Gerald Brielmaier.
Hole in One: Judy Roettger, 100-
yard seven-iron on No. 7. Witnessed
by Sally Bartz and Wilma McCabe.

JACARANDA WEST
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May 6
Jacaranda Jills (3 clubs + putter):
Flight 1: T1. Sue Kennedy 35; T1. Bru
Murawski 35; 3. Lu Signorino 36.
Flight 2: T1. Claire Johns 38; T1.
Jackie Lanford 38; 3. Smyphony
O'Keefe 39.
Tuesday Ladies, Step-a-Side
Scramble: 1. 63.2 Chris Evering,
Evie Marino, Geri Barbato, Nancy
Haughey; 2. 64.1 Carolyn Wolf,
Estelle Scanlon, Judy Bellisasri,
Maxine Bartone; 3. 66.4 Bobbie
Scott, Missy Cerrito, Dee Rice, Pat
Burt.
May 7


Wednesday Men (2 BB of 4): 1.120
- Donn Whitmer, Frank Rodriguez,
Vic Barbato, Bud Weber; 2. 2. 122 -
Herb Coffey, Jack Lamoureux, John
Signorino, Bud Sullivan; T3. 127 -
Bud Gerow, Mort Goldberg, Jim
Liston, Ernie Skinner; T3.127-Tom
Sherman, Art Dimsdle, Ray Bellisari,
Reid Porter.

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May 13
Niners (1-2-1 on R-W-Y): 1. -11 -
Helen Fender, Judy Hellstrom,
Sharon Jarus, Donna Smolenski; T2.
-9 Joan Bartlett, Joan Houston,
Inez Tomlinson, proxy; T2. -9 Julia
Fallon, Norma Garard, Eva Nicosia,
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May 8
9H Ladies (low putts): 1. Muriel
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18H Ladies (QP): Al. Pam Beadle
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Men's Shootout (QP): 1. +25 Dan
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May 11
Mother's Day Scramble: 1. 57 -
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Lynch Anderson; T2. 59 Doug and


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May 12
18H Men (2 BB of 4): 1. -24 Ed
Roarty, Bob Hale, Andy Wright, Perry
Richardson.
9H Men (QP): 1. +2 Burch Millsap,
Charles Smith, Edwin O'Brien.

LAKE VENICE GOLF CLUB
May 9
MGA (LN): Flight A: 1. Bill Hansits 66;
2. Bob McNeil 68; 3. Tom Mahern 70.
Flight B: 1. Jim Schneider 69; 2.
Charlie Flinkstrom 70; 3. Neil Clauser
71. Flight C: 1. Earl Legge 67; 2. Jim
Middleton 68; 3. George Knight 70.
Flight D: T1. Joe Gagnon 65; T1. Carl
Gaites 65; 3. Roy Coughlin 67.
May 12
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10A SUN NEWSPAPERS


LET 'EM HAVE IT: SHOULD VENICE'S DRAWBRIDGES OPEN LESS FREQUENTLY? CALL US AT 2071111.


Let boaters waste their gas


Wasting gas. It's about time that boat owners use the
bridges periodically once an hour, once every two
hours rather than have bridges go up and have 30,40,
50 cars standing by while one boat goes by. Gasoline is
getting up to $4 a gallon. It's no longer economical to just
sit there and wait for a boat to go by. One boat. Multiply
this by all the bridges that go up across the state of
Florida, and think of all the hundreds of gallons of gaso-
line that are being wasted across the country because of
one boat. It's about time that Florida residents got smart
and said "Stop it." Once an hour the bridge will go up;
have your boat there. Otherwise, wait so that 30 or 40
cars can pass without having to wait.


Downer. I want to make
a comment on code en-
forcement. There's a house
that's for sale on the inter-
section of Jensen and Sun-
set Beach. I'm wondering
how in the world it's ever
going to sell with a ma-
chine shop that's right
across the street from it.
It's a half-finished build-
ing. It's got weeds and gar-
bage and machines lying


all over the place. What
was code enforcement
thinking when they gave
this company a permit to
build this machine shop in
a residential neighbor-
hood? We have to be ready
to snap back if this hous-
ing market snaps back,
and it will snap back. What
goes down must go back
up again. In the mean-
time, we can't have derelict


properties around. There's
areas with grass 3 or 4 feet
high not just weeds that
are growing a foot high,
but weeds that are growing
3 and 4 feet high. These
people should be fined,
and they shouldn't be
given 30 days to cut their
lawns. They knew that it
was against the code well
before the code officer got
there. They should be
fined and the city should
cut it right there. There's
not enough money in the
county budget to let this
trash slide, so I think the
city needs to come in and
clean it up and put a lien
against the property own-
er. There's just too many
people who try to get away
with the most that they
can, and it's bringing down
the people who take care
of their property.


EDITOR'S NOTE: That prop-
erty is not in the city of
Venice.
A corker. I never ex-
pected this to happen in
Venice, so buyer beware. It
seems that there is a
restaurant on the Venice
mainland that charges a
corking fee of $4 bottle for
a bottle of wine. I have
never heard anything like
that in my life.
EDITOR'S NOTE: Corking
fees are common when you
bring your own wine to a
restaurant, but a service
charge for opening the rest-
aurant's own bottle is a new
one.
Scenarios. Think of
how many more cars will
be broken into with a law
that allows us to have guns
in cars. A gun is useless
without bullets, so people
know both are in there,
and rumors circulate about
who carries a gun in their
car. If you are at work, your
car may be parked in an


employee parking lot, on
the street or in a parking
garage. Also, some people
work night shifts, giving a
thief more cover and the
comfort of knowing he
would not as likely be seen
if he does it during certain
shift hours, as opposed to
not knowing when the
owner might return. Also,
a thief who breaks into
your home often does not
carry a gun, but a thief
who breaks into your car
and steals your gun and
gets caught would result in
your getting killed with
your own gun.
Also, if you have a legal
or good reason to use your
gun on someone, chances
are slim that you will be
able or have time to get to
your car, unlock it, get
under a seat or in the trunk
for your gun, load it and
use it. Also people with
quick tempers will use an
available gun more often.
So a law allowing guns in
cars may cause many
more cars to be broken


WEDNESDAY, MAY 14, 2008

into causing a rise in auto
insurance. Do we need all
of this?
Problem No. 2. This is
about the people griping
about fishing at the pier. I
don't know if you've seen
the pier lately, but the
problem is not kids or fish-
ermen leaving fish guts
and beer cans everywhere,
there is just bird feces
everywhere. I don't know
who takes care of it, city,
county, who, but it's a big
void that needs to be filled.
It's ridiculous. I think the
Venice Police Department
could spare one person up
there if it's a nuisance park,
and patrol it. Don't shut it
down.
Venice is death's waiting
room for old people.
There's nothing to do. I
mean nothing. There's no
land left to hunt. There's
no water left to fish be-
cause it all gets run by
pleasure boaters, so if I
want to go out there a
catch a shark at night, I'm
going to do it.


LEGAL NOTICES


16 NOTICE OF AC

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
THE TWELFTH JUDI
CIRCUIT IN AND F
SARASOTA COUN
FLORIDA
NOTICE OF
FORFEITURE PROCEED
TO ALL Persons or enti
title, or interest in the f
property
$2,229.00 in U.S. Cur



erty on March 12 2
Sarasota County, Flod


ty, Floda, be g case no
CA-6I97-NC for the


Kurt A. Hoffman, Es
General Co
Sarasota County Sheriff
Post Office Box
Sarasota, Florida 3
Telephone (941)-861-
861-
PUBLISH:
MAY 7, 2008
MAY 14, 2008
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
THE TWELFTH JUDICI
CIRCUIT IN AND FOI
SARASOTA COUNTY
FLORIDA

NOTICE OF
FORFEITURE PROCEED
TO ALL Persons or entitle
ing or claiming to have any
ttle, or interest in the foil
property
$46,915.00 in U.S. Curr
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIE

erty on March 21 2(0
Sarasota County, Florida


TION 19 NOTICE OF 20 NOTICE TO
AUCTION CREDITORS
RT OF
CIAL NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE Circuit Court for Sarasota Cour
OR Johnson's Towing of Venice ty Florda, Probate Divison the
TY, gives Notice of Foreclosure of address of which s P.O. Box
Lien and intent to sell these 3079, Sarasota, FL 34230-
vehicles on 5/30/2008, 3079. The names and address
09:00 a.m. at 604 Taiami the pesoa representative
DINGS Trail N, Nokomis, FL and the Personalrepresentatves
tleshav 34275-2137, pursuant to orsof dece and
y right, subsection 713 78 of the Flor other persons, hav ing clas or
following da statutes Johnson's Tow- demands against decedent's
ing of Venice reserves the estate on om a copy of this
right to accept or reject any notice is required to be served
rency and/or all bids must fle er caims wth this
Court WITHIN THE LATER OF
ED that 1995 CHRYSLER THREE (3) MONTHS AFTER
Sheriff's 1C3EJ56HOSN516897 THE TIME OF E O FIRST PUB-
ed prop LOCATION OF THIS NOTICE OR
2008 PUBLISH: May 14, 2008 30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF
R A for SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS
2n filed In NOTICE ON THEM
Judicial 20 NOTlll TD All other creditors of the dece
tQ c".... ('D~nlTnD donf and r/fhor norqrnns hawinn


20 NOTICE TO 20 NOTICE TO 20 NOTICE TO
CREDITORS CREDITORS CREDITORS
DAVID S. JACK THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
710 Sherwood Cir AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE THE TWELFTH JUDICIAL
Youngwood, PA 15697-1410 OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
ON THEM SARASOTA COUNTY,
Attorney for Personal creditors of the dec FLORIDA
Florida Bar No 0351301 a or e ns Case No. 2006-CA-3418-SC
H. GREG LEE, P.A. d t Ie teir
2014 Fourth Street VINCE IANOMASI and TERE-
Sarahoe:ta (941)-95 4-2367 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF Sa ANTOMASI, husband and
Facsimile: (941)-365-1492 THE FIRSTPUBLICAICEN OF Plaintiffs,
PUBLISH: May 14, 21, 2008 ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS vs.
SARASOTA COUNTY, SET FORTH IN SECTION
FLORIDA 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA PALM TERRACE APART-
PROBATE DIVISION PROBATE CODE WILL BE MENTS INC., H. LESTER
FOREVER BARRED EVANS, SIGNAL. EVANS,
FOREVER BARRED. FREDERICK T HARVEY, AND
IN RE ESTATE OF, NOTWITHSTANDING THEFREDRICK T HARVEY AND
EDGAR ERNEST JOHNSON, TIME PERIOD SET FORTH AGAhA C. HARVEY,
Deceased ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED Defendants
TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE
NO TICEOF ACTION


20 NOTICE TO
CREDITORS


North Port, FL 34287
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS
ARE NOTIFIED THAT:


20 NOTICE TO
CREDITORS

Telephone: (941) 408-8008
Fax: (941) 408-0722
PUBLISH: May 7, 14, 2008
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
SARASOTA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
IN RE ESTATE OF
MARY A TORRONI,


ie their cFie No 2008-CP D6841-NC
WITHIN THli ME PERIODS NOTICE TO CREDITORS
SET FORTH IN SECTION The adnstration of the estate
733.702 OF THE FLORIDA of MARY A TORRONI
PROBATE CODE.a whoe da o
was March 28, 2008
ALL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS in t C iorSara-
NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOR- sot Fl rebate
EVER BARRED. d h


1108. i File No. 2008-CP-6321-NC AFTER HE DECEDENT
2008 claOFms or dem hands against the DA OF DEATH IS BARRED. P.l Box 3079 Sarasota
IN HE CIRCUIT COURT FOR decedents estate ust file their NOTICE TO CREDITORS The date of first publication of F OTW ITHSTANDING ANY Florida 3423-379. The
FLORIDA MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF this notice is MAY 7 2008. PERIOD, ANY CLAIM FILED Iv per
de PROBA DIVISION hE FIRST PUBUAON OF EDGAR ERNEST JOHNSON, TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE
PR BAE DIVISION TE FITwhose date of death Personal Representative: H R D ED DECEE s e representative attorney
in THIS NOTICE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
gwth INRE ESTATEOF, ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITH- w April 3 2008f se /k/a LOUIS JAMES KRAUS DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED. AII creditors of the decedent and
SFlo MARGARET E BURNEY IN THE TIME PERIODS SET t lr P rat a a/k/a LOUIS JAMES KRAUS AGAINST THE other persons having clams or
MAGAct T EBURNEY, FNORT EIN SECTION 7D33.702 cu r rr tar oEREIN a/k/a L 6WoodlandIPark The date of first publication of ders agins deemstr
e Act, Deceased FORTH IN SECTION 733 702 '
Florida OF THE FLORIDA PROBATE Fie Nuer 2008P-6321- Highland Park IL 60 DEFENDANT ARE NOT ths Notce s May 7, 2008. estateon whom copyof this
File No 2008-CP-004742 SC CODE WILL BE FOREVER NC KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR ALIVE, notice is required to be served
BARRED. Box 3079 Sarasota, FL Attorney for Personal Person Giving Notice: must file their claims with this
quire NOTICE TO CREDITORS NOTWITHSTANDING THE 3423 3079he nam nd Representative TIES MAY CLAIM AN INTEREST Kathleen A Burnam court WITHIN THE LATER OF
unsel The administration of the estate TIME PERIOD SET FORTH addresses of a Florida Bar No 0351301 1494 Atlas Street THREE (3) MONTHS AFTER
s Ofc of MARGARET E. BURNEY ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED sen2014 Fourthan the personal reprStrGREGLEE Port Charlotte, FL 33952 HE TIME OF THE FIRST PUB-
4115 deceasedwhosedate ofdeath TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE ves attorney are set forth 2014 Fourth Street CLAIMANTS LICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR
4230 aSepet rber 23 2007 AFTER THE DECEDENTS tE File orida 34232008- 7 Attorney for Person Giving THIRTY ( O) DAYS AFTER THE
4058 editr uf t DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED. A 34285l of th (91n an A TeR)-9540 oa Notice: DATEI OF SERVICE OF A COPY
580 SARASOTA Tons h ia o E DATE OF T FA (941)n S 365Ta 7 1492 in Sarasota W KEVIN RUSSELL PA OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM
baNGS e LIATION OF THIS NOTICE IS P S a 7 Comy 1da14295 SOUTH TAIInt to QuTRAILet Ttle hasother
2shav 0t n02 Ringling Blvd MAY 7, other p08ersons havng NORTH PORT, FL 34287 dent HS DING H
Sar MONS AF 34237ER HEIN ThE CIRCUIT COURT FOR Apartment 2 Unit 1, Palm Telephone: (941)-429-1871 c ot










owin a THE FIRST PUBLICATION OFTVenice, FL 34285 u c nt uuS c Ee h e'HOSERo O L MOORE NOTICE TO CREDITORS A OEV )'EE F
sthe p Personal Representative: and ,ave I SARASOTA COUNTY, Terrace Apartments, located n must t tir
TH NOTICE OR30DAYS Telephonna Stoker f 51meyown FLORIDA upon Lots 5, 6, 13 and 14, PUJISR May 7,14, 2008 IAm it i urt WITHIN
OF e ttorn as donna L. ADbottT) Th PROBATE DIVISION Block 42, Gulf View Section of IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THREE F(3) MONTHS AFI R
ALency OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE PUBo240NoMay7,14200s uS MONTHS i Venice, as recorded in at SARAL SO TA N G THE DATE OF FIRST PUBA-
ON THEMS I RCUICOURT FOR FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS Division Probate II Records of Sarasota Coun- DE T THIS NOTICE IS MAY
At Venice, R_ 34285 NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER tic Reords of Ss Eoun
The psHE DATE OF SERVICE OF A tyIN RE ESTATE OF ThNY THE lIME PERIODS SET
an Attorneys for Personal COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON Oaddress of whch s P.O. Box before ser IN EC N 733702




Popestte onP othr acpyrof hais RpROBATE ONZERRBR SCHLO R YOUd A HRB NOTIFIEDO that n O EFLORIDA PROBATE
NGS C Kelley Corbridge Esq THEM Deceased pai Ti as CODE WILL BE FOREVER
s i e I I Bechtold & Corbridge, E All other I E fled t a fe BARRE
rt WITHIN thE LATER OF 3 240 Nokomis Ave South dent and NOTICE TO CREDITORS Fie No 2008-CP-006392 NOTWITHSTANDING THE
right, MONTS W ITHIN THE LATER OF Suie 240 Ns Ae d s a e The administration of the estate Division CP TIME PERIODS SET FORTH
ig hE FIRST PUBLICATION OF Venice FL 34285 r OZELLA T on ROBERT L. MOORE NOTICE TO CREDITORS TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE

this c2n P EARS OR RE
ency OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE PUBISH: May 7,14, 2 AT008hr N MONAhS Ar VeniceT E Florida 34284T n1767i, TO ALL PERSONS HAVING THE DATE OF FIRST PUBLIC
ON THEME DIN THOF ThE XR XXR XXXX, is pendlngln the on or before the 2nd day of CLAIMS OR DEMANDS liON OF THIS NOTICE IS MAY
ONThEM IN ThE CIRCUIT COURT FOR FIRST PUBLICA11ON OFTHIS SARASOTA June, 200 8nHIhrna' AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE: 14 2008.
SARASOTA COUNTY, NOTICE. uni Di, r,
PROBATE DIVISION WILL BE FOREVER BARRED 3079 Sarasota, Florida Personal Repesentive


Sfiled in clams with this court WITHIN 3
Ju MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
ta Coun THE FIRST PUBLICAlTON OF
2008- THIS NOTICE.


NOTWITHSTANDING THE 34230-3079 es and BARBARA CASOLA
IN RE ESTATE OF, TIME PERIODS SET FORTH addressesofthePersonalRepre entered against you for therelef has been entered n the estate of c/o Kleinbeil & Roberts, PA
ROBERT O. JACK, ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED sentatve and the Personal Rep demand CompS STEWART 341 Venice Avenue West
Deceased TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE resent i File Number 2008- Venice, Florida 34285
AFTER THE DECEDENTS forthelow WIT hd d ff CP-006392 NC, by the Crcu
File No. 2008-CP4005731-NC DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED. creditors ofSarasotathe decedent Attorney for Personal
The date of first pubicaton of h.. da Probate Division the address R tentative


Obtaining a nal order ot toALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITH- NOTICE TO CREDITORS this Notice s MAY7, 208. demands agans decedents
IN THE lIME PERIODS SET NOTICE TO CREDITORS thisNotisMAY 7, 2008. dy o Ai P.. B. 309, Robt T Klingbeil, Jr.
T T mnistration of the estate Sarasota, Florida 34230- Florida Bar No. 366846
FORTH IN SECTION 733 702 ROBERT 0. JACK Personal Repre enive: KAREN E RUSHING CLERK 3079; that the decedents date Klingbeil & Roberts, PA.
a in OF THE FLORIDA PROBATE deceased, whose date of deat CYNTHIA A. JOHNSON CLERK OF THE CIRCUITof death was March 13, 2008; 341 Venice Avenue West
A C A J A COURT H,, tet value of the estate Venice, Florida 34285
atnoraa CODE WILL BE FOREVER was Febuary 24, 2008, File 5348 Hunt Club Way CourtWITHIN THE LATER OF 3 By G Bates the total val3e th ate nice Flor 34285
BARRED. Number 2008-CP-005731- Sarasota, FL 34238 MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OFthat the Telephone: (941)485-2900
da Contraband Forfeiture Act, TDeputy Clerk names and addresses of those to Fax: (941) 486-8565
s 93701707 lorida NOTWITHSTANDING THE tNC, iE piI n thN OxTHE FIRST PUBLICAON OFx 41 200
lM PRD ST ORh Sarasota Attorney for Personal THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS PUBLISHwhom it has been assigned by PUBLISH: May 4, 2, 200
TIME PERIODS SET FORTH da Probate Division, the address Representative: AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE VENICE GONDOLIER SUN such order are
EKurt A HofCI Esqui 0 3 Paul A Moran A OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE APRIL 30 2008 NAMEADDRESS
Kurt A Hoffman Esquire TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE SARASOTA FL 34230-3079. Attorney ON THEM MAY 7 2008 a 30 NOTICE OF SALE
General Counsel AFTER THE DECEDENT'S The the Florida Bar No. 320137 other the e MAY 14, 2008
Sarasota County riffsOf DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED. n representative and he 46 N. Washington Blv d M 2s10havn; ls 2 08
Post Office Box 4115 Suice 25 N.Was
Sarasota Florida 34230 NdfiCESuite 25A Sr ra Verns FeCeALE
SFlorid 34230 The date of first pubcaton of are set forth bel Sarasota, FL 34236 dent IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
Telephone (941)-8861-4058; this Notice is May 14, 2008. Allcreditors of the decedent and Telephone: (941)-955-1717 cas th his c WITHIN SARASOTA COUNTY, FLORI- ALL INTERESTED PERSONS
other persons having claims or PUBLISH: May 7, 14, 2008 THREE MONTHS AFTER THE DA ARE NOTIFIED THAT ng on Tuesday May 20
PUBLISH Persona relative: demands aaist decades IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICA- PROBATE DIVISION All cred2008 at 12 pm SOUTH
MAY 7 2008 1100 B Tamiami estate on who a copy of this SARASOTA COUNTY, TION OF THIS NOTICE VEdeandNICE STORAGE,
MAY 14 2008 Veni oce is required to be serv FLORIDA ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WIH- IN RE ESTATE OF
AY 28 Venice FL 34285 ust fle their clams wh this PROBATE DIVISION IN THE TIME PERIODS SET IRIS HEGSETH,
Williamcourt WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 FORTH IN SECTION 733.702 a/k/a IRIS V. HEGSETH, those for whom provision for full
19 NOTICE OF William Galarza Esq MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF IN RE ESTATE OF OF THE FLORIDA PROBATE Deceased er
TION Attorney for Estate of Mar- THE FIRST PUBLICAlON OF PETER E KRAUS CODE WILL BE FOREVER ummaryAdmnstraton mus OUTH VENICE STORAGE
AUCTION BarNo0760501 IS OIC 30 DAYS Deceased BARRED. File No. 2008-CP-O06271-SC M, t court 20 CIRCLEWOOD DR
Florida Bar No. 0760501 AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE NOTWITHSTANDING THE WITHIN THE TiME PROVIDED VENICE, FLORIDA 34293

J TICEe 34285 ON THEM ABOVE ANY CLAIM FILED (Summary Administration) ALL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS ERIC KLINGEL (10x12)
Johnson's Towing of Venice Telephone: (941)-488-4700 NOT ERSO FILED AWILLABFF
ivo Notice of Forociosuro of Fax (941) 488-4730 NOTICE TO CREDITORS TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE NOT 0 FILED WILL BE FOR-
Liesn and inte ntf Forecllosu he PUBLISH May 14 21 2008 n s I The administration of th te AFR THE DECENDENT'S TO ALL PERSONS HAVING EVER BARRED All e un sustbe aid
Lieh nic e nt ton 6/04 me PPETER E. KRAUS DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED. CLAIMS OR DEMANDS NOTWITHSTANDING ANY card
vehicles on 6/04/2008, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR dents estate must ile their whose date of death wa The dateofthefirst publication AGAINSTTHE ABOVE ESTATE: OTHER APPLICABLE TIME
09:00 am. at 604 Tamiami SARASOTA COUNTY, clams withis court WITHIN 3 Febuary 7, 2008, File Num- of ths Notice is May 14, 2008. PERIOD ANY CLAIM FILED
Trail N, Nokomis, FL FLORIDA MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF ber 2008-CP-005457-NC, that an TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE
34275-2137, pursuant to PROBATE DIVISION THE FIRST PUBLICAT1ON OF pending in the Circuit Court for Personal Representative: OrderofSummaryAdmnstra TE TE DECEDENT'S
subsection 713 78 of the For THIS NOTICE. Sarasota County, Florida Pro Chalmer Schlosser hasbeenenteredtheestateof DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED. PUBLISHMay 7 14 2008
da statutes Johnson's Tow- IN RE ESTATE OF ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED bate Divison, the address of c/o Murray Kanetsky, Esq. IRIS HEGSETH a/k/a IRIS Vfirst publcalon
ing of Venice reserves the JAMES E. BURKE, WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS which s P.O. Box 3079, SARA- P.O. Box 1767 HEGSETH, deceased, File NO. of this Notice is May 7, 2008.
right to accept or reject any a/ka JAMES EUGENE BURKE, SET FORTH IN SECTION SOTA FL 34230-3079. The Venice, FL 34284-1767 2008 CP 6271- SC by the Cr 38 OTHER NOTICES
and/or all bids Deceased, 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA aes and addresses of the pe cult Court for SARASOTA Coun Person Giving Notice
PROBATE CODE WILL BE onal representatives and the KANETSKY, MOORE & i e Elizabeth H Stewart
1990 DODGE File No. 2008-CP-004252-NC FOREVER BARRED. personal representatives attor DeBOER, PA., Attorneys address of which is 2000 Main 807 Gondola Park Dr
1B3XG24K6LG461833 Division: Probate NOTWITHSTANDING THE ey are set forth below at Law Street Sarasota, FL 34237; Venice, FL 34292 TO PLACE YOUR
2002 FORD TIME PERIOD SET FORTH A creditors of the decedent and Attorneys for Personal that the decedents date of death LEGAL NOTICE,
2002 FORDKB2459 NOTICE TO CREDITORS ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED her persons having claims or Representative was JUNE 19 2006; that the Attorney for Person CALL CAROL
1FMYU03 102ad2459straton of the estate TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE demands against decedents 227 S. Nokomis Ave. Giving Notice: 941-207-1206
1991 CHEVROLET JAMES E BURKE a/k/a AFTER THE DECEDENT'S estate, on om a copyofths P. Box 1767 $ and that the Andrew J. Britton, Esq. (941)2071206
2GCDC14KOME110971 JAMES EUGENE BURKE, DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED. notice s required to be served Venice, FL 34284-1767 names and addresses of those to Attorney for Clare V. McMa- cmozik@
1999 CHRYSLER date of death Tedateoffirst publication of ust file their claims with this Telephone: (941) 485-1571 whomt has been assigned by hon venicegonolier.com
4CAU42NXXE93747 was January 18 2008 and this notice is MAY 14, 2008. court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 MURRAY KANETSKY, ESQ. such Florida Bar No: 213500 fax (941)-485-3036
whose socal security number is MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF Florida Bar No. 041192 151 Center Rd.
PUBLISH: May 14, 2008 XXX-XX-5921, is pending in the Personal Representative: THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF PUBLISH: May 14, 21, 2008 Name/Address Venice, FL 34285


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Bake-Off finalist Sherry Klinedinst of South Bend, Ind., arrives at range 35 prior to the start of the 2008 Pillsbury
Bake-Off in Dallas last month. Behind her at Range 36 is one of the eight men in the contest, David Dahlman of
Chatsworth, Calif. His recipe was for Apricot Gorgonzola Crescent Appetizers.


BY KIM COOL
FEATURES EDITOR

t has been six years since
-Tere was a Venice finalist at
|the Pillsbury Bake-off.
Venice resident Judie Bay-
liss was one of the 100 finalists
for the 2002 event. Fifteen were
from Florida that year. Her reci-
pe of Mediterranean Spirals in
the Casual Snacks & Appetizers
category earned her a trip to
Orlando and a chance to win $1
million plus a new GE kitchen.
She did not come away the
big winner but she did come

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away determined to try again.
People who enter contests, es-
pecially cooking contests, do it
again and again, whether it is for
the blue ribbon at the county
fair or the big prize at the biggest
of them all the Pillsbury Bake-
Off.
Most of the contestants start-
ed dreaming about it as young-
sters, watching the contest on
TV Seeing 100 cooks lined up
before 100 GE electric ranges
and prep counters in a hotel
ballroom can be mesmerizing. It
was only a matter of time until
there would be a food network


TV cook Sandra Lee prepares to taste a Creamy Smoked Salmon Cup
made by Klinedinst.


and cook Sandra Lee would be
as popular as any late-night
comedian, without ever telling a
joke.
This year, the contest, which
is held in alternate years, was in
Dallas, at the venerable Fair-
mount Hotel.
As there was no contestant
from Venice, I decided to see
what it takes to win one of those
coveted finalist spots and to
share the secret with Gondolier
Sun readers/cooks so that in
2010, there will again be a Venice
finalist.
Food seminars
As one of about 40 reporters
at the event, I had access to the
hallowed floor where 100 new
GE ranges were installed row by
row, separated only by small
preparation centers where the
finalists could assemble their
recipes.
During my first whole day in
Dallas, I attended a variety of
food writer seminars sponsored
by the Dallas Morning News,
learned a lot about chocolate
(someone has to know these
things) and went on a field trip
to the Mozzarella Factory.
Dinner was at the chef's table
at Fearing's, the hot new restau-
rant at the Ritz-Carlton. By that
time, the contestants had finally
arrived, checked in and were
conspicuous in the hotel be-
cause of their matching brown
Bake-Off aprons.
Contestant emotions ranged
from nervous to joyous. Most
were accompanied by a spouse,
significant other or close friend.
Sleep was fitful for many but,
eventually, Monday morning
dawned and everyone gathered


Klinedinst puts dough in the pan prior to adding her salmon filling.


in the hotel's International Ball-
room for breakfast and remarks
from sponsors and Lee, the
guest celebrity, cheered them
on.
At precisely 7:10 a.m., the
cooks adjourned to the outer
hallway and lined up for the pro-
cession to their ranges in the
Regency ballroom. At 7:30 a.m.
the rest of us could head to the
ballroom. So far, this was almost
exactly like the Bake-Off six
years earlier, when I followed
Bayliss to Orlando. This 43rd
Bake-Off was like a well-oiled
machine, humming smoothly.
Writers and cameramen found
places along the roped off walk-
way to the Bake-Off floor and
anxious friends closed in around
us. No others were allowed in
that room. No badge no en-
trance. The actual Bake-Off area
was off-limits to everyone but
the contestants, food writers
and special guests such as prod-


uct suppliers and Pillsbury/Gen-
eral Mills dignitaries and
Sandra Lee, of course.
Dough Boy
Leading with his belly, the
Pillsbury Dough Boy entered at
8 a.m., leading the procession of
singing, clapping contestants.
Lined up by range number, the
92 women and eight men
walked briskly up and down the
four aisles, leaving the parade at
their individual ranges. My plan
was to pick one contestant to
follow through the event and to
chat with others in an attempt to
learn how they got there.
Picking my candidate was far
easier than the judges' duty of
tasting all that food and finding
a winner.
At stove 35, Sherry Klinedinst,
of South Bend, Ind., beamed
from ear to ear, while continuing

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Venice Little Theatre blows its horn with new show


KIM COOL
FEATURES EDITOR


"Come Blow Your Horn"
opened last night, May 13, at the
Venice Little Theatre where it


will play through May 25 on the
Main Stage. Although it is the
final show of the 2007-08 Main
Stage season, the VLT remains
one of the busiest spots in town.
Running through May 18 in the
Pinkerton Theatre is "The
Hobbit," the theatrical version of
the famous Tolkien story, which
was produced in operatic form
by the Sarasota Opera's Youth
Opera this past weekend.
Preparations are in the works
for the May 24 opening of
"Rocky Horror Show," starring
VLT's own Brad Wages as Frank-
N-Furter at VLT. If you have
never seen "Rocky," you have


been leading a very sheltered life
and have missed the spoof of all
spoofs of "B" movies.ATVLT, you
get the theatrical version of the
film that has been playing Friday
and Saturday nights all over the
country, mostly at midnight, for
more than 20 years. On the 24th
there are shows at 8 p.m. and
midnight. Don't forget to bring a
copy of the Cleveland Plain
Dealer and wear your best
"drag' clothing.
If you don't understand the
Plain Dealer schtick, don't worry
about it. Just go to the produc-
tion and enjoy. For tickets, call
the box office at 488-1115 or visit


venicestage.com.
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Continuing its busy schedule
during May, the Edison and Ford
Winter Esters offers a painting
workshop with artist Leona
Lovegrove. Using an impres-
sionist palette similar to that
used by Claude Monet, Love-
grove will share pointers while
she and her students paint the
lovely flowers and pool in the
Moonlight Garden at the estates.
Acrylics are suggested. A supply
list will be supplied to registered
students. Cost is $135 for estates
members and $140 for others.


The class is open for artists of all
levels. To register, call 239-334-
7419.
Thinking green
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at 2 p.m. Sunday, May 18. The
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Graphite drawing/
drawing pencil
* First, James Anderson, North
Port High School
* Second, John Gampoli, North
Port High School
* Third, Rebeka Schenk, Venice
High School
* Merit, AlexVorobyov, North Post
High School
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High School
* Merit, Anna Steele and Emily


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High School
* Second, Jeromy Keen, North Port
High School
* Third, Jasmine John, North Port
High School
* Merit, Scott Riley and Share
Harpe, North Port High School
Photography
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School
* Second, Tina Sharp, Venice High
School
* Third, Ariel Menendez, North
Port High School
* Merit, Luren Smajdor, Venice
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Crafts
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* Second, Cristina Carlos, North
Port High School
* Third, Vera Melnichek, North
Port High School
* Merit, Scott Rileh, Shane Harpe,


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* Second, Lauren Smajoor, Venice
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* Third, Jeremy Neen, North Port
High School
* Merit, Andrew Williams, North
Port High School
Mixed media and collage
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School
* Second, Jessica Nicolas, Venice
High School
* Third, Jesse Schendel, Venice
High School
* Merit, Halee McGraw, Venice
High School
Printmaking
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High School
* Second, Amanda Garafola,
Venice High School
* Third, Marta Sacali, North Port
High School


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School
Graphic arts
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Port High School
* Second, Amiee Griffith, Venice
High School
* Third, Corey Culbertson, North
Port High School
* Merit, Jonathan Moats, North
Port High School
Painting
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Port High School
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Port High School
* Third, Monica Leveflow, Venice
High School
Printing
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School
* Second, Amberose Courvillie,
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Venice Deaf Social picnic,
5:30-10 p.m., Calvary Bible
Church, 1936 E. Venice
Ave. Hamburgers, hot dogs
provided; soda for $1 per
can. Admission is free.
Leam about more area
events at the Web site for
the Community Center for
the Deaf and Hard of
Hearing of Manatee/Sara-
sota Inc., ccdhh.org.
Music event
Clarinet prodigy Dave
Bennett and his All-Star
Sextet perform with the
Florida West Coast Sym-
phony at 8 p.m. at the Van
Wezel Performing Arts
Hall, 777 North Tamiami
Trail, Sarasota. Maestro
Andrew Lane conducts
this tribute to Benny
Goodman and swing-era
music. Tickets: $33-$50.
Visit fwcs.org or call 953-
3434 or (866) 508-0611.
Critter search
Bayshore critter search on
Bird Key, 9:30-11:30 a.m.,
with the American Littoral
Society. Fee: $5; free for
kids. RSVP to 366-9479.
Depot tours
Guided tours every half
hour beginning 10 a.m.;
last tour at 12:30 p.m.,
Saturday, east side under
the Venice Avenue Bridge.
Sponsored by the Venice
Area Historical Society.
For 10 or more, call 493-
9061 or 492- 5531.
Art reception
Reception 1-3 p.m. for
annual exhibit of artwork
by area students at
Englewood Art Center,
350 South McCall Road.
Free. Call 474-5548.
Astrology lesson
Crossing the Bridge, six-
week class with Susan
Levy, 10:30 a.m.-12:30
p.m., Serenity Gardens,
602 E. Venice Ave. Fee: $25
per class or $140 prepaid.
Call 486-3577 or visit
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Author visits
* Suzanne Trembley,
"Hello Nana, This is
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Circle Books, 478 John
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to sing and dance until
every last contestant was
at a range. Her enthusiasm
was magnetic.
The parade ended.
"Start your stoves," the
announcer said.
The finalists had until 1
p.m. to make up to three
batches of their recipe:
one for the judges, one for
display and one for tasting
by those of us on the Bake-
Off floor or, as a replace-
ment should something
go awry with one of the
first two batches.
Klinedinst began check-
ing ingredients and sup-
plies for Creamy Smoked
Salmon Cups, her entry in
the appetizer category. On
her feet were Crocs, hand-
painted with the words,
"Pillsbury or Bust!" Surely
this creative cook would
have the secret for my
Venice reader/cooks.
A pianist, motorcyclist,
athlete, church music di-
rector and cook, Klein-
dinst said her recipe was
inspired by a local restau-
rant's salmon dip.
"I am so ready," she said
as she began preparing the
first batch.
Many of us grew up
watching the Bake-Off on
TV Kleindinst was influ-
enced by seeing the previ-
ous winner on "Oprah."
The winning recipe two
years ago was for a chicken
and spinach casserole in a
waffle-stick crust. (To read
the recipe go to www2.
oprah.com/foodhome/
food/recipes/200605/food
20060504 bakeoff.jhtml)
"I saw how easy that
was," she said. "I'm always
experimenting anyway. An
appetizer has never won
but you can always change
history."
Originality is a key. As I
learned at the 2002 event,
every entry is checked
against recipes in the
Pillsbury library, which
has more than 100,000
cookbooks.
Entry process
While Kleindinst got to
work, I noticed the contes-
tant in the next row, at
range 65, frantically wav-
ing for a runner. Tracy
Schumacher of Penfield,
N.Y., had the wrong cheese
for her Jalapeno Popper
Cups, another entry in the


SUN NEWSPAPERS 9B


appetizer category.
"I didn't specify sharp
rather than mild cheddar,"
she said. "I usually make it
with sharp. It is my own
fault."
Resigned to using mild
cheddar, Schumacher got
to work and I returned to
Range 35. Being specific is
important too, although
Schumacher did make it to
the finals.
Lisa Kramer, at Range
39, was missing some
orange juice, a key ingredi-
ent in her Cranberry Pecan
Crescent Sausage Wraps in
the Breakfast & Brunches
category. A Pillsbury run-
ner brought her more juice
in an instant.
Age doesn't seem to
matter. The oldest contes-
tantwas 72 and the youngest
was 27.
"When you know you
have something different
and you think it could be a
winner, enter it," Karen
Buch said. She had judged
the contest two years ago.
Judges are assigned to
two or three of the cate-
gories.
"I entered seven rec-
ipes," Kleindinst said. "I
went to the Bake-Off site
for the ingredients and
then made my family and
friends taste what I made. I
had some Thai things,
some really decadent choc-
olate things and then I
went to the restaurant
with the salmon dip and
knew I wanted to do
something with it.
"I never entered before.
I've heard that some en-
tered as many as 40 or 50
recipes to get here. It is just
a great feeling to be one of
them."
Another clue multi-
ple entries.
Presentation
Kleindinst learned she
was a finalist last Septem-
ber but, until the night
before the flight to Dallas,
she did not have a plan for
how to arrange her appe-
tizers on the plate for the
judges. She had 19 in the
freezer, pulled them out
and began stacking and
arranging for about an
hour. That paid off and her
first two batches looked
great as they were carried
off for tasting and display
about 90 minutes after she
began making them.
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CAROLYN GURTZ
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Bake-Off@ Contest 43, 2008
$1,000,000 Winner; $5,000 Jif Peanut Butter
Award

Preparation Time: 45 Min/
Makes: 24 cookies

Ingredients
1/4 cup Fisher Dry Roasted Peanuts, finely
chopped
1/4 cup Domino or C&H Granulated Sugar
1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon
1/2 cup JIF Creamy Peanut Butter
1/2 cup Domino or C&H Confectioners
Powdered Sugar
1 roll (16.5 oz.) Pillsbury Create 'n Bake refriger-
ated peanut butter cookies, well chilled

Directions
1 Heat oven to 375 degrees. In small bowl, mix
chopped peanuts, granulated sugar and cinna-
mon; set aside.
2. In another small bowl, stir peanut butter and
powdered sugar until completely blended.
Shape mixture into 24 (1-inch) balls. (Use a
ruler to measure as Gurtz did at the Bake-Off)
3. Cut roll of cookie dough into 12 slices. Cut
each slice in half crosswise to make 24 pieces;
flatten slightly. Shape 1 cookie dough piece
around 1 peanut butter ball, covering com-
pletely. Repeat with remaining dough and balls.
4. Roll each covered ball in peanut mixture;
gently pat mixture completely onto balls. On
ungreased large cookie sheets, place balls 2
inches apart. Spray bottom of drinking glass
with CRISCO Original No-Stick Cooking Spray;
press into remaining peanut mixture. Flatten
each ball to 1/2-inch thickness with bottom of
glass. Sprinkle any remaining peanut mixture
evenly on tops of cookies; gently press into
dough.
5. Bake 7 to 12 minutes or until edges are gold-
en brown. Cool 1 minute; remove from cookie
sheets to cooling rack. Store tightly covered.

High altitude (3,500-6,500 feet): No change.


- Recipe courtesy of the Pillsbury Bake-Off


entries to a table outside
the judging room. Leading
the way for each was a
Bake-Off associate.
"I'm going to make
some for tasting now," she
said. "I don't want to leave.
It took so long to get here."
It also took some time
to get out of the ballroom
and down the hall to the
judges' room. While some
of us writers had met a few
judges, the contestants


were kept well away from
them.
Recipes
Simplicity is possibly
the most important key to
success. Studying the 100
recipes for this year's con-
test, I noted that the aver-
age one had just five steps
to completion, including
the baking time. The 2004
winner made a simple
twist on pecan pie. She


SUN PHOTO BY KIM COOL
Carolyn Gurtz of Gaithers-
burg, Md., won $1 million for
her Double-Delight Peanut
Butter Cookies in the 2008
Pillsbury Bake-Off contest.

added chocolate chips and
granola bars to the filling.
Fifteen minutes of work
yielded $1 million for Su-
zanne Conrad of Findlay,
Ohio.
Pillsbury Crescent rolls
were used as a base for
several recipes. That may
be because many of the
winning recipes in recent
years featured crescent
rolls and entrants were
hoping that history might
repeat, even though their
variations were different.
For each contest there
are usually special cate-
gories. This year judges
were looking for pizza rec-
ipes, peanut butter recipes
and Mexican fare, with
$5,000 separate prizes for
each category. The ulti-
mate winner. Carolyn
Gurtz of Gaithersburg, Md.,
took home more than $1
million because she had
the best recipe using JIF
Peanut Butter and also
won the award for Sweet
Treats. Her winning recipe
is included with this arti-
cle. Recipes of the 100
finalists can be found in
the Pillsbury Bake-Off 100
Award-winning recipes
booklet available at local
super markets for $3.99.
The top prize winners for
the 43rd Bake-Off can be
found at www.pillsbury.
com/bakeoff. Also to be
found there are the rules
for the most recent con-
test. Use those as a guide
when planning your rec-
ipes for the 2010 contest.
The 44th contest
It is not too early to start
working on your recipes
although it is too early to
tell you where the finals
will be held. Meanwhile,
start your stoves.
kcool@
venicegondolier.com


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10B AROUND TOWN
WEDNESDAY
MAY 14, 2008


FatherWilliam Kerisen, left, known as Father Bill, and Deacon
Joe Mercurio visit at the reception celebrating the 50th an-
niversary of Father Bill's ordination to the priesthood.


CONTACT US
FRAN VALENCIC
SOCIAL COLUMNIST
franvalencic@comcast.net
SUN NEWSPAPERS


:70- Left, Marie
Kilkenny serves a
tray of food to
guests at the
reception at Our r
Lady of Lourdes
Catholic Church.



Fran Schubert looks at the memory board designed for the
anniversary party for Father Bill Kerisen at a reception at Our
S B Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church.


End-of-season parties celebrate giving


Lois Jefferies, left rear, and Mary Smith, and Marion Gerbase,
left front, and Rosemarie Connolly attend the annual
Epiphany Council of CatholicWomen spring luncheon at the
VeniceYacht Club.





Left, Pina
Pergolizzi
checks name
tags at the lun-
cheon at the
VeniceYacht
Club.


FRAN VALENCIC
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Tootsie Rolls leave a
nice taste in your mouth
and sometimes in your
pocket.
The Knights of Colum-
bus Father John J. Walsh
Council 7052 members
conducted a Tootsie Roll
drive recently. Jimmy Bes-
sa and Tom Casey chaired
the event and, thanks to
people in town who have a
sweet tooth, raised about
$6,000.
In Stride Equine As-


sisted Therapy, Dreams
Are Free Academy, Saraso-
ta County Special Olym-
pics, Respect Life and Spec-
ial Training and Rehab of
Charlotte County each
received checks from the
proceeds.
Grand Knight Bob (YCon-
nor of the council recog-
nized members and recip-
ients for their work at a
recent gathering.
If you bought a Tootsie
Roll from the men, give
yourself a well-deserved
pat on the back.
Edna takes the gavel
Members of the Cath-
olic Council of Women of
Epiphany Cathedral cele-
brated their old and new
boards with a mass at the
cathedral and a luncheon
at the Venice Yacht Club.
Outgoing president Lor-
ry Doyle presented a
check to Epiphany Ca-
thedral School Principal


Irene Lynch for $12,000.
Doyle celebrated her years
as president and leading
the women in raising
about $32,000 for the
school.
Barbara Hurley receiv-
ed a bravo as the group's
Woman of the Year.
Among her accom-
plishments is the mem-
bers yearbook.
New president Edna
Rohan thanked members
who stepped up to leader-
ship rolls. Nancy Monde,
director of the Northern
Deanery, gave the women
a pep talk about service
and a brief history of the
Council of Catholic Wom-
en, which began in 1920.
Hats off to all the
women involved with this
group.
Father Bill
takes a bow
Members of Our Lady
of Lourdes Catholic Church


honored Father William
Kerisen, whom they affec-
tionately call Father Bill.
He celebrated his 50th
anniversary in the priest-
hood with a reception at
the church hall chaired by
Marie and Tom Kilkenny.
Like any Irish party, the
event included food, sing-
ing and a punch bowl.
Congratulations, Father
Bill.
One of our best
The special person of
this week is Edna Rohan,
who takes over as presi-
dent of the Catholic Coun-
cil of Women of Epiphany
Cathedral.
She knows leading a
group of more than 200
members in an organiza-
tion with long traditions is
a tough job. She believes in
its mission.
Edna Rohan is one of
the new leaders who make
Venice a great place to live.


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Jimmy Bessa presents a check to Marina Kopka, Respect Life
Department of the Diocese of Venice.


Win Adams, standing left, Barbara Hurley, Paula Cocomelle
and Marie Gibson take over as officers for the Epiphany
Cathedral Catholic Council of Women. Hurley is the group's
Woman of theYear, recognized for her volunteer work.


Lorry Doyle, left, receives her past president's pin from Win
Adams and newly elected president Edna Rohan, right.


Tom Casey presents a check to Dawn Gordan of Dreams Are
Free Academy, who shows of a photo of students who benefit
from the donation made to the organization from the Knights
of Columbus Father John J.Walsh Council 7052.


Grand Knight Bob O'Connor, left, of the Knights of Columbus
Father John J.Walsh Council 7052, presents a check to In
Stride representative John Granthan.


Knights of Columbus members celebrating scholarship dona-
tions totaling about $6,000 are, from left, Mike Camariso, Dick
Hohan, Sal Cappuccio, Ed Gionet, Ed Mahoney and Ed
Marinak. Standing in front is Lou Spataro.The men worked on
the organization'sTootsie Roll drive.


Benny Weaver, left, representing Loveland Center, receives a
check from Jimmy Bessa representing the Knights of
Columbus Father John J.Walsh Council 7052.













The Father John J.Walsh Council 7052 members presented
checks totaling about $6,000 to various organizations recent-
ly. Members and representatives are, from left, Nancy Raney,
Bryan Laneuville, Marina Kopka, Jimmy Bessa,Tom Casey,
John Granthan, Benny Weaver and Dawn Gordan. Kneeling in
front is Grand Knight Bob O'Connor, Knights of Columbus
Father John J.Walsh Council 7052. Casey and Bessa were
chairs of the organization'sTootsie Roll drive.


Pat Snider, left, Jeanette Mahoney and Shirley Pitts arrive
early at the Venice Yacht Club luncheon sponsored by the
Epiphany Council of Catholic Women.




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6128 EXERCISE
FITNESS

Treadmill, Image 100
space saer with IFIT,
$175 SOLDi

6130 SPORTING
GOODS
32cal sh of Mriden
Revoer break open $90
22 short 6 shot Revoer,
EG Ger man $60 4734199
16ga Sevens, single $90
7mm Rim w/batonet car
bine $90 9414714199
2 RC SaGbeoats, 38' long,
w/coontils & equip $100
9414734199
Astra Pisl 9mm Lger,
Bowning etc, mod 1921
lister $2759414734199
BUYING OUd & mew
Fishing Equip, Lures, BB
Guns, Hunting & Relaed
Items
9413751219
COLLECTORS CCaBOY
SHOOTERS Never fied
SAAArmy 45 Co, 5 1/2Z
bbl, blue, actoryengraved
class D Cot custom gun
shop Shipped Jure 30
1982 Colt tterin hand
$2930 (941)5058588
DP/E GEAR, regulator, 2
tanks, C, all $350 (941)
6254742



(941)697-185

Gun Sae, 12 gun capacity,
lyr od $225 obo (941)
62&4187
KAYAKS Keowee 100
w/padds, &wae skirts,
$225 ea 9410377262
LACROSSE NET $50
94102&5608
Pirboal & Arcade
Caomh pad $20 Ao
$10"0
Wonkig or Not

PISTOL, Ruger, ss, model
P345, 45cal, mint, $525
(94114924503
Pistol, Secamp 32cal
bought 1/08, $475 obo
(941)6284187
Fool Tab Leisure Bay
Reg Slate table wall
accessories $50)
941276 5007 after 7PM
Remwigton 30-06 w/
Scope & 12 ga Single
Acton $525 for both
(941)-623204
Reminglon 700 BDL cus-
tom deluxe, 30W ulra bsa
scope $650, Ruger 1022
sporter deluxe, 3S9 scope
$295 (941)4600974
Ri, Ruger 10/22, 22cal
target, scope, custom
stock, like w, 425obo
(941)6284187
Sterlig 25cal ao pisol,
$180 4 22LR pistol
$160 Both include 2
mags (941)}9165053

6135 BICYCLES/
TRICYCLES

(2)1 Euro tour 2" bikes M
& W$25 eaAdul trike,
$25 PC 20722&5388
27 Fui Touring ike,
Almost mew, Ugho Wight
BRck Pad O700/sell
$250 3 wheel Bike,
Weeds Pain, $25 (941)
488-4614

6145 POOLSJPA`
& SUPPLIES

14 Sabah" Must sell
Sim efts Lights cose
eaer, cabin used once
$9500 9419287201
2 5 HP 2 speed pool pump
& LEG sand filter, $250
(94116255715
Jacuzzi 5-seater spa wmh
cover Worksgreat $350
SOLD-.
SAND & SUN Above
ground pool 14 x 3 6
mew in bo? $115 ALSO
POOL ujxuhy Lounge Chair
By Suaser $35 1941
575-0739
STARITE Crystal Flow
Sand Filter, model T240
BPI $125/ibo (941)697
1406

6160 LAWN & GARDEN

2 Steiner 52 0 Radius
Movers $4503 obo (941)
876)3618
236 To oZMater, ccrr n,
4 'cut 23HPKawasaki,
21Yd, $4290 (41)
pan 295 or 0123304
44" XMARK Zero Turn
kMower, 40 hrs, $3,500
Call(941) 7436232


Boons Rder 3' cut 15 5
hp, B&S Garaged2yrs
od New battery, blades,
oil change $60 cash
941276 7889


6160 LAWN &GARDEN

Grasshopper 0 turn 23 hp
52 deck $2200/obo
ernbsed trabr 16 ft
$2800 94186812391


John eere 13HP Billy
Goat 33" rde behind
mower w/sulky $850
941 7432435 or
3054071152
John eere riding moawr,
42 cut, 2hp, 2 yrs od
$1450 (941)7660383
LOOK' OUTDOOR FURN
SET 2 tables 6 chars
(4 swivel rockers)
Good cond $I350 BO
94I aysoo00
MOWER, 20, 35 HP, EZ
start, $50 9410257930
MADWER, C2" Tore Cou
nercial Zero radius
Walk/nde w/silky Exc
$875 (941)204-3927
Riders and push, A I con
ddon, $50 to $500
9412M809176253463

6170 BUILDING
SUPPLIES

150 Amp SD Servce +
disconnect, $400
(941)4753695 Engl
2 bath basins white w/
Delta faucets, 50 ea
whie kichen cablrets sup
able for garage stor
age $75(941)7434074
AWNIN, alum used,
11X 43 ,$100
(941)6290818
DESIGNER LAMINATED
FLOORING uver used
30%thicker $55sq ft
Must sell 239334 4839
Electrical Transler s tch,
200Amp, 240V, $200
OBO 941 276 2627


HEAITER Sawe
money Save space
$249 O0 FACTORY
DIRECT PRICE'!


(941)-492-5675

Hhirricae Proteaion
12 metal windows parels,
15x70$225 or $20 ea
Var sizes corugated plas
to storm panels $100 all
(941R 5052173
MARBLE boring, Turkish,
3/4 thick, 1224 Comm
grade $5 sq 1t 941257
8259
RETIRED ELECTRICIAN has
new circuit breakers,
square D type G3 plug ins
& Semans &GEs Halof
whobsab (941)6232899
Sold Cement Bbcks-Ute
24"x8',x8", 110 paits,
$75ea (9412860406
WATER SOFTENER $303,
1C-gal water heater $50
ehumditer $50 (941U
475-3695 EnglI
WINDOS (5) FT, rough
opening, 12)1 2549, (3)
47X49, $95/all OUTSIDE
LDOOR 3575, $330 PC
SOLD'

6190 TOOLS/
MACHINERY

10" CRAFTSMAN Radel
Saw w/ Legs $100 obo
"SOLD"
5 HP Honda motor, orop
zontal shaft runs exc
$75 941575-2778aft5p
9X46Verte Mill 1103
Camerno Long Bbck
Eng $00 (W 3*993
4454
COLEMAN PFoermate
Compessor, 25 gal 125
psi Great Cordi $125
obo (941)2374277
DE WALT 12"
Compourd MiLe Saw
w/ 2 New Bhdes $175
(941)5750739
FORMICA Ktchern Cabiets
irl Ktchen Desk $275
obo 941 2667795
MOVING SALE TOOLS
MKI01 tt saw W/stard
$475 DeFta 125 planer
$150
6 rdgld pinter $225
Delta 10" contractors
table sa W/adust colec
ton $475
9412764488
NEW Yamata industrial
sewing marhire, $975
(941)2574259
PRESSURE WASHER gas
powered 6hp, 2250 psi,
on wheels, rew hose, runs
great ligh use
$145 obo
9410395417
TILE SAW 10' prolre 2
1/2hp eat saw w/stard
Pnvateuse, I pb, eXcel
lent cordion Maurbn or
Tile $195 obo 941 639Y
5417


6220 OFFICE/BUSINESS
EQUIP SUPPLIES

HU[NIEDS OF Pr-
owneddesks, fls, chairs,
conltabes, wrkstatons
OFmCE OUTFIERS
881 E nd AveAedA nCe
4857015 ,80339215

6225 RESTAURANT
SUPPLIES

3 COMPARTMENT stain
less sink w/2 drainboards
$249 9413235863
Chairs-UJe hw, 35+, Bbck
& Bururdy, $15 each or al
$W3 (941)42.6985

6231 BIRDS

MoluCcan Cockatoo I yr
Very Friendlyi Beautiful
W/Lgcage $1650
941062 1246

PARROT
BABIES
HAND-FED
Aflran Grays, Suns,
Ringrec ks, Macas,
tousa r acd, Axaan
dnre $050 w/cage &
up 5YrEacrangeGuar
Seed MDO&Cages
Terms BredersAvaill


Parrot Outeach

Ready t asopt out to
approved romes onfl
Small o large parrots
Now availbb peach
tace bvebird, frerdf/
quaker, 4 cockatiels
Pam 9410-80a5-79
Judy 941-629-1594

6233 DOGS

Akitas to YOrkles

May to Choose Frnom
Our Qualit PuppFes
Are wo3th yMra D yie


sota 941M-34I952
FrnateFI reiandtshigc
BEAUTIFUL BRack Red
Nose PitAm Bulldog,
femab, 2 yrs, sweet,
$250 obo (941)639
8595
BOSTON TERRIOR, F, 11
wks, shots & housebroken
$s500(941)2572034
CHIHUAHUACHUA 1
9MTHSOLD, 1 7 yrs od
$3300ea 9414237011
Cockapoo Puppes 0
Femra 3 Maus Ready
Nw1 (9411697 1679
DOBERMAN, MALE, AKC,
Syrs ob, loves chlinen,
obedient $200 (941)
6379718 eves
English Maustl/Red Nose
Pups-5M5F-S525
9410232516

Siberan Husky up to date
on all shot 3$700 RBO
941661305
FRE TO GOOD HOmE
Mas Curr dog, reeds
room to run, bses kds
(941)9164486, h msg
FREE TO APPROVED
home, w/out children or
dogs, femab Chow ml,
spayed, houseboken,
worderul watch dog Call
(941)6283595
FREEtogood rome, Bela
is terrier ml, 5yrs
spayed te male, bvms an
malsard oderchildren
Owner is having a
baby ard cannot keep
FOUNDHOME-
French Maiutr Mule 7 yrs
O, Gremat Wih Chidrmn
And Cats Net Otfer Dogs
3300 2399401931
JACK RUSSELL pups, 3M
& 2F tricobr, healthcert,
1st shots $350 After
2pm (941)505-018 or
(239)8726034
Lab Puppes, Coc, AKC
1st shots, wormed, Heath
Ceart 503 MW0
(9418150572
MINI F PUPPIES 3
SrrEok I M I 5yrmok, $325
each 941d75 4443
PEMBROKE Welsh Corgi,
male 6 mo papers &
microchip Ed $110, sell
for $350 obo 6252905
Fer eranans, 9ks,TInyr
FemabAAwessore Ceam
Coat, Short Muzz,$450
SOLD,
STANDARD POODLE, 9
wks Rod or Champagne,
Maw/Femam $750 &
$500 (239054o3337
Toy Size Puppes Shots,
Papers Ready ow, (941)
780 1630

6234 MISC PETS

PARAKEETS Babes All col
ors $10/ tor I or 2 tor
$15 will take trade sm
parot?(941)2442123


6234 MISC PETS

REPIfLE AQUATIC CAGE,
under heatl op heat Ight,
glass open doors Sreen
top All access like new
$25(941)2442123

6235 LIVESTOCK

MINIATURE HORSES, all
AMHA reg Colt 7mo
$500/obo, Philuf lyr
$110) 2 BRood Mares
8100$10(941)3430944
Room to board orme horse
in north Por Stall & exer
clse ring, $225 +feed
(941)4268361 4674725

6236 PET SUPPLIES
& SERVICES

Aquarium, 36 gal bow
front, mod stand, all
equip Lots of extras
Everything you reed, just
add fish $250 Cascade
700 ftierf ts upto 65 gal
tank, used e lite cost
rew $100, sell $40
(941)6314662
Fish Tank, 50 Gal w/Oak
Whod Stard & Nee Filter
System Everything IroI
$30) 9416614783
Large Redistal Birdcage,
$40 (941)2767818

6250 APPLIANCES

$40 SERVICE CALL The
Aeas rmos trsteed Appl
arce Repair Senrme, sending
FC, NP EnglVence VM
can h il 9414739484
SM.LERL~ F iS APt AN
14CC61TrmamlTrli B
Sae nGEAT Pno e
New Ued Bent & Dent
Muistsee Beevee
i mil rapplancescomr
941 -420
2NNDHAND TREASURE



Cooksop Stoe,
Kenmoe Bisque, $200
M eowae, Over the
Sto, Kenmore, 150
Both Almost Ndea
(941)6283815
Dryer, Kitcrade, Extra
Capacity, HD, Ea Cond,
$100(941)42.65372
Kenmore dryer, like rew,
rew heater elment,
150, 9412L 5908
Maytag Neptune Washer &
Dryer 5yrs oU
5 yr warrant eft
Ex Cond $50 Firm
(94116974457
Maytag white DD retng,
mrowave, dishwasher
$40) for ALL 941321
7355
Most Washers, Dryers &
FRengratrs can be epaied
tr 65 or ss N cOagoe i
rot epaie 941 460 0763
RANGE GEeAc
Almond, $120
(941)287347
REF, 21cu ft 33w, GE
ce maker, top Leezer, like
rw, $275 SoUI-
STOE, ELEC Whirlpool,
good cord, clan White
w/ilk $75 941423098
WAfRST/DTRtF S
$1*3 eah or $270
Set [leivened
1 Yea Waranly
941-766-0226
KenWalearDi, er& $ 10
" Upright Freezer $5
" GE Range $*o
* Refrdg $125
(941}-492-
WASHER, Maytag, steal
tub super sized 4 spd
18 cycle DRYER G E 6
cc, barge capacity
$250 SOLD
Washer/Dryor, $125 ea
$239/pr Escelen condi
ton Deliverd I year war
ranty (941)8750609
Waser/DerIer, MRytag FEon
raeer, Runs Geat, $30/V
Par (941)270-262
WATER HEATER
Rinai New Propane Tank
ess R98EP 98 gal PM
(Retail $1450) $1000
8551529

6260 MISCELLANEOUS


KeyWestSHRIMP
ARRIVING NOW
$699LBD
941-A23-2100

Drawtlie class 3 tralbr
which, O X 15d, $50
Mayuag 4 burger stoe,
good cond $125 obo
Bike attachment for
bumper of a travel trair,
$25 (941)7430678
EKEC CHAIR, BROWN
LEATHER, like new
$5000 941 484-4560
GuS GRILLE, Sumbeam
Grillmaster, dbb & burrer
$90 1941)4884109


6260 MISCELLANEOUS

Gas stove 18%9 Per
cord $495, Frt stereo
$2, Whrot rouse att
fan $45, Volin $99, Granr
ie 30X32 $75 Amploer
$35, Wheelcailralum
ramp$99 WANTED 45
Records
(941}-496-92 52
OLDE TYlE THRIFT STORE
221 W Largsrer Engr4dm
Tues thru Sat lam 4pm
4500sl of God Stuf
Pame Klmbal $400 Good
Cord, full size rmal $100
(941)4237011
SPREADER, GAS GRILL
SHOP VAC, 20 TV $20
EA/OBO, PC
2072285388
Theatre Seats, ery good
cord, 12 each 35mm,
motion picture proetlor
SimpbX (941)6243283

6270 WANTED TO
BUYITRADE

A COLLECTOR BUYING
wrislwatches r& pocket
watches, working or not
costume e lry knives,
swods, Meapons, millary
& fire depth, +cigarete
Iohters (941)4129391
Cash for Estates, Sterling
Siler, G ld, Coins,
Stamps, Pst Cards Fine
China Glassware, Furn[
tuo, Paintings Anything
O/Interesting 9934587
A COLLECTOR BUYING
Old Fihirg Lures
Rods Reels 941-743-
91141 PAYTHE MOST'


7000


7040 CHEVROLET

1994 Cheiolet Impala 33,
classic car, origIral owner,
137K miles, $7,700
(941)505 9562
1998 Chey 310 hanralI
bed liner/cover rew ciUCh
gEat shape recaltd to
manres, must sell $350)
obo Call Magge
94102&4142
200 CHEa IMPALA, V6,
38L, 76k ml, Cod AC,
MP3/CD VeryChair Must
Se $4,200 (941)623
7810 Leake Msg








KeM0 CHRYSLER

2032 PT CRUISER Limited
Edt Bean Fcyl sunoof da

(941)-2 3265

2034 Sebring LaT LTaded'
L02ike a Condim $0 930
94102 ia p977
200 PT CRUISER, Umted
turbon 4-cyl, asumot su
noofseraus 650 cobos
w/Cheysr SMc Contrart
(94115623265

700 0 DODGE




L hw Conded $410,90
Blb (7326101317
Bob6e37-6S31


Is GENE

GORMAN'S
2005 DOD E NEON SXf
ALL PR GAS SAWMI
$9490
TWANSPORTI N 6252141 T'
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PUNTA GORDA
OFFICE

HAS MOVED

From
331 SULLIVAN ST
to
312 SULLIVAN ST
(The former
PURPLE HOUSE)


BUSINESS HOURS

Monday FrIday

7am -1pm
2pm -4pm

(941)205-10-00

7020 BUICK

05/14/08
1993 Century, 95kongh
m mi, ac, all power,
exc cod $2,250 bo
941,6615458
1992 Ceutry, Iow mibs,
garaged,god, like new
$3,00 obo 941380
2463
1999 BUICKCentury bmit
ed 4 door, one owner, fully
baded, V, nice cond
$2950 Call (941)255
0397 Dir

7030 CADILLAC

1997 Cadllac ldorE-
do CreanPuff like
new lowrnmles 1st
$6500 takes it
(941)-204-410i
1998 SEDAN DEILLE
Cmbgarce fEdon, Eiery
rrrag rabe option,
26+Mpalbn, Guaged,
Senor Omned
Beautul Cordlon

FD DISSAFOINTMENTS
$59753 bo (941)463375
1999 Cadillac Devils,
baded, 60K orig mi
beautiful car, exc cord
$5,250, (94162.63674
2004 Cadiibc Escalade
door, bose sound sy-
rem,5cd changer, moorn
noo, batfer, 22' chrome
rims, $24,90 2694615
6733
2005 Cadillac SRX, 46L,
Norhstar, V8, toon roo,
Na ,, OnStar, Sih r, like
rew 45K mi Pd $53,030
asking $22,903 941374-
0155
2005 Deville DTS 12K1
ml has warranty spec
awite paint Ml radio
prem lux pkg perfect
cond $26500 sell or
trade (941) 637-3770


7070 FORD

1933 Comn V, Ris Qeat,
Co9 AC, ooky Cod COrd,
$1*0i at9410776S5b hir
SMlustang Fony, Auto,
6c1, Corn, All Equip, Em
Cond, $65%0obc(941)698
1813
2001 CDown Vtora TX,
80k mi, sihir, ll mainr
tained, clean, I owner
$5300 9414743953
20C5 Ford Focus ZX4-SE,
35mpg, 23K mi auto,
$9,295&mll51Kmauto,
$8895 EZ Firancing
5757843 dlr
2007 Tarus SE Full

1941-) N 1443




Ena pair classied ad orilne
and pay wit ycr crit card
is last, eas, and comment
Ga to suntaraldcortlasi
Fast Convenien Easy
SurchaldconmcV ss ied
Cisa or Miasacarti

SUN Am




700 BOJEEP

1977 Jeep CJ7, 3 spd
AMC 360, V8, Hooker
headers, rew exrust &
brakes, 6 lift 35 ties
Runs slong Nee cond'
Bimini top, sWE doors 2
sets full had doors, hard
top $4,500/obo
94104151053
1999 Jeep Crerokee
Sport, 6cyl, 4X4, Iower,
exc cond $3,00
-SOLD -

GENEGORMN

2001 JEEP W AN(ER
SPORT V6 YELLOW&
RUGGED $10o"90
941-639-7300
iin, ~enegoimae s cini
2005 Wrangler Rubicon
6spd, 23K mi, New ties,
White, Full doors $19503
(941)6504559

7085 LEXUS

2003 Lexus EO330 45K
mi, exc cond, thr, new
tires, sunroo, all pwr
$16,50
Dae 9410620348

7090 LINCOLN

19%9 Lincoln TownCar
Signature Senries, 76K mi
I Owner Ecel ent CorWd
tori 941204-5427
1999 LINCOLN Contirer
tal, door, batrer inkeror,
exc cond $3030 Call
(941)2550397 DIr


7090 LINCOLN


GENE

GORMAN'S
1999 LINCOLN TOWN-
CARSKi 46KM'CHER-

625-2141 Pr Oiar
iwn, v enegorma s co n

7100 MERCURY

1999 Maprqus 44K mi
Senor owned, beautifully
maintained Mohelms
$5295 (9410 42632034

GENE
GORMAN'S
2001 iERCIRy
COUGAS MITO ,
WOWy AUTTO So
LOWM' $8590
625-2141 PN Char
iwn, v enegorma s co n
2005 SAELE LS 4dr 1
owier auto W leather
Ioaded like new 84ks
6500 (9411-63-

2008 Grand Marqs LS
Premnann
Leather Loaded Top
Chrome Pkg
145Kmi $16900
(941)-926-1443

710 OLDSMOBILE

2004 ALEGRO 4dr
55 orig mi V6 alto
Ioaded like new 30
mpghwy $600 (941)-
286a-466dir

7130 PONTIAC


GENE
GORMAN'S
2000 PONAC SUNFBE
SE ONLY 5CK(M
EX RA CLEAN $ 6.4O
625-2141 P Char
iWar enegomans co n
204cGiad ARibr6m&Lods
Gea NmBadeoRaPctm,
T eoer p rreers
(11) 7esor 0276327
20F5 Fouec U5GT, whie
sedan, 7,503 mi
$14,00 9415059562

7135 SATURN

1994 SATURN SL2, 4
door, 5 speed stereo ne
car $1000 Call (941R
2550397 DIr
1999 Saturn, SW2, 4 cyl,
autoac, 120K $2125,
good cond, 42 5924
2030 SATURN SW2, P1,
PD, auto, bra, eady to
tow/Blum e C E6Kmi EB
cond $4500 Call 321
2464753
2003 L-200 4d 4c1
auto loIded exo cond
im and out 5 mg ,W
74 m $6500 (941)-
613-1 8Odir

PRO-POWER
AUTO SALES
(941)627-8822
USED SATIN SALES
PARTS & SERVICE
1TH SATUJN GUYS'

4 VUEBle, 41K $9,495
02 LW30 W3an $3,595
02 SLI Sean $5,295
01 SL2 Sean $5,295
O SLI Sedan $2,799
01 St2 CouJpe $5295
99 S2 CJupe $3,695
98 S2 Coupe $3,695
98 I0 Coupe $2,995
98 SW2 VMls $3,395

7145 ACURA

GENEGORRNN

2003 AOJM RSK SUN-
ROOF GREAT GAS IlN
SWEEP $12990
941 -639-700
inn, v enegomains co n

7148 BMW

1994 BrCMW 740 EL, 180k
mil gold, runs good,
$2,80 9412862765

7160 HONDA

19% Pinlude SI, 127k
mi, red, back mt 5psd ,
6CDchanger, $5750 obo
9410377121
203 CRV, 75k mi, ery
good cond Asking
$11 500 (941)6244614
e207 Horda Accord LEX
$23,930 Mn cord, 15k
mi, V6, full leather, 4D,
ext 120k mi, waranry,e
all pwr, surhrof, cool
hblue metalsl paint (941)
9792548E
IBUYHONDAS
Any Shape Any Cond
Artyi? aa
(941)-28-4599

7163 HYUNDAI

202A ccentGL 4dr, auto,
A/C, 94K, P/W, P/L, CD,
Geat Cond $2450 obo
204 3069


7163 HYUNDAI
20)4 Hyundai Sonata
GLS, baded, 62K mi
sunroof Rescue Tech
Value Proe $7775, (941)
8332200
2006 ELANTRA hatch
back, estate asset, 23K,
exc cord $9,903 G e
Call Barbara, Boore Law
Firm (941 483716

GENEGORNN

2007 IINDAI SONATA
W SUNROOF SHIAP
$16.990
941 -63- 7300
i ennegermam 0con

7165 INFINITI

1995 Q45, I owner, Pearl
whe, loaded, new braes
&ties $2 995obo SOLD

GENEGORNAN

2004 IFINITI G35
COUPE SUNOOF
SPORY$20, 9900
941-63- 7300
inn, genegormas com

7180 MAZDA

2000 kTA, green w/ bge
top, 5spd, OK, mri cord
$10,995(94114857272
2035 MAZDATRIBUTE
(BLACK) 4DR
4CYL,65K MI, $30
9413750121

7190 MERCEDES

1992 MERCEDES BEER
190E Vry Gaod Condi
$350 (9411624-2049

7195 MITSUBISHI

2004 Larmer ES, 4dr,
4cy, pwr/wmirdows, a/c,
auto, 69k mi, $750) obo
(941)7430462

7205 SPORTS CARS

1980 Corvette Ttop LS2
Auto $3 0)/o bo
(941)270-7732

GENEGORAN

2005MA2DARX8 INDY
SORYi $1F5 0
941-639-7300
inn, genegormas com

7210 TOYOTA

1997 CAMRY
LOADED, CASH $3850,
CAR FAX AVAIL
Auto Mall of
Venice 9414834700
301 US 41 bypass S
Vence Woir
Autokkalklfence com

GENE
GORfUN'S
2003 TOYOTA MATRIX
MATO SUNROOF LOW
Ml MNp $11s900
625-2141 PChar
inn, genegormas com
205 Hhbrder V6, 32k,
aw tires,
urder warr good cord,
dealer served, $17,799
(941)625-162
Turbo 1994 Ceida GT,
Runs & Looks Gaod
$200. obo orTrade (8l3
55840198

7220 VOLKSWAGEN

2001 W new BeetGLS,
18L turbo, 85k mi
5spd, 7503 obo 941
6377121
203 WM PASSOT station
wagon, 18 turbo baded
like rew $12,030 (941)
6273337

7250 ANTIQUES/
COLLECTIBLES

1967 Fontac GTO clore,
389 V3, Auto, $3500/
obo "SOLD.
1972 VW Super Beet e
WMd cind $320000
Oho (941) 456-1296
1977 Cordtte, Black T
Top, 4sp 57k ml $12K
obo (941)7432328
1984 Chery El Camino,
Must see, nie,
rew ties, 3,250 obo
PG 941 6244663
194 DCdge 600, beauty
ful conertlibb, garage
kept all pfwer options
orig ower 9k miles
$1100 Sod in I DAYi
1934 EL D[RADO corner
asking $220) call 941
2559141
197 Toyota Supra Turbo,
kamin repackage, min
cord, 41k mi $12K
(941)5750790

7252 BUDGET BUYS

1992 tep Cherokee runs
good, fair shape, 4WD
S1203 9412860226


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