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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: June 11, 2008
Copyright Date: 2009
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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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It is difficult writing this article for
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we did not receive the Bicycle
Friendly Community designation
we had applied for in May. Of the 26
cities making application, 11 were
accepted, and 10, including Venice,


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Over a four-month period, our
committee, comprised of local bicy-
cle enthusiasts Wanda Short, Mike
Gippert, Fred Hammett, Costa
Xistris and myself plus considerable
support from various members of
city staff, worked diligently filling out
the extensive application. Covering
the five E's, Engineering, Education,
Encouragement, Enforcement, and
Evaluation/Planning, the applica-


tion was much more extensive than
we initially anticipated.
Feedback from the League,
although encouraging, indicates
additional improvements are need-
ed. The list provided will serve us well
as we prepare to resubmit in 2009.
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2003, 212 communities have
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What are the

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enforcement?

BY GREG GILES
NEWS EDITOR

The city is preparing to put
itself under the glare of inspec-
tion property maintenance
inspections, that is.
This month city workers will
begin testing a new "keeping-
up-appearances" ordinance.


City council gave staff
direction to proceed with
drafting a new ordinance that
adopts the International
Property Maintenance Code.
The IPMC has a much more
detailed property inspection
regime that the current city
code.
"The self inspection is a way
to work out the bugs," said City
Manager Marty Black, and
proves the city will hold itself
to the same standards it will
hold the public.
The ordinance will force
homeowners and businesses to
tidy up their property, but it
could have unforeseen conse-
quences.


That's why the city is trying
out the ordinance on itself
first.
"We're going to do pre-
inspections in the city to deter-
mine the cost for the city," Black
said.
"We'll start with city-owned
facilities to determine what we
will need to do to come into
compliance with this code. It's a
critical component. We'll cost
out the implementation for
staffing purposes, and for what it
will take to bring city structures
into compliance."
"It's incumbent in the down-
turn in the economy to keep
up homes in the community,"
said Council Member Ernie


Zavodnyik, during last month's
council discussion on the IPMC.
"We need a stronger tool to do
that."
The code will be applied to all
structures within city limits, in
addition to the Florida Building
Code.
It covers everything from
requiring homes to be properly
painted (including removing
stains caused by irrigation),
property drainage and security
checks to see if door locks and
air conditioners are in working
condition.
Under the IPMC, for example,
unlicensed automobiles may
not be kept on private property.
And windows will be required to


have special insect screens. Even
homeowners' clothes dryer
exhaust systems fall under the
purview of the code.
Director of Building and Code
Enforcement Hans Behrens
called the IPMC code a "burden"
that would quickly overwhelm
staff and the volunteer Code
Enforcement Board.
He estimated adopting the
code would require doubling
staff from two to four inspectors,
and driving the overall depart-
ment budget up to $249,000.
Council members comment-
ed they didn't think it would
increase staff load that much.

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Compiled by News Editor
Greg Giles
Sharky's
litigation update
The city of Venice and
owners of Sharky's Restau-
rant on the Pier have
exhausted a court-ordered
mediation process. "We're
fully engaged in litigation
at this point," said City
Manager Marty Black. "All
resources, at this point, are
being devoted to litiga-
tion."
The city sued the
restaurant last year after
city council learned the
formula for divvying up


revenue derived from the
city-owned property was
never written into the
contract. Instead, the
contract contains a few
blank lines where the for-
mula was to appear. The
Pier Group, owners of
Sharky's, balked when
asked to formalize the
agreement in new con-
tract. The city sued. A late
fall trial date is anticipat-
ed, Black said.
Despite the dispute, the
city recently completed a
new parking lot and land-
scaping project on the
south side of the beach-
front restaurant part of


the existing agreement
which expands the enter-
prise.
Persona non grata
City Manager Marty
Black sent the following
e-mail on June 6 to Mike
Rafferty, the original
author of an alternate
airport plan that has
been hotly debated for
months among council
members and airport
advocates.
"Mr. Rafferty, based
upon the character of your
responses on this and sev-
eral other items, I find that
it is no longer productive


for the community to
engage in your communi-
cations, particularly given
your role with the FAA-
rejected concept plans
and related pending
issues," Martin wrote.
"I have and will contin-
ue to devote my energies
in pursuit of the public
policy direction formally
provided by Mayor and
City Council. I am unsure


as to what 'facts' you
believe are being hidden
by staff and find your
insults as unproductive
diversions that I simply
can no longer afford, par-
ticularly under current
working conditions, to
devote time in response. I
recognize that you had a
great deal of personal
pride in authorship in the
concept plan critiqued by


the FAA but we are at a
point where the mayor
and city council have
already provided clear
direction for how they
wish to proceed to bring
this community work to
closure."
"I have always tried to
be professional in all my
contacts and efforts on
behalf of and with the
city," Rafferty replied.


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4A SUN NEWSPAPERS


Members of Venice City Council subpoenaed


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All members of the Ven-
ice city council except
John Moore have been
subpoenaed to appear in
court Wednesday. Moore
was on vacation, and thus
didn't receive the subpoena.
Members could be asked to
comment on alleged Sun-
shine Law violations.
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PUBLIX from Page 1A

Bonita Springs, Estero and
Bradenton.
Actually, the real sugar
in the deal for Publix lies
about as far as you can
travel from Southwest
Florida and still be in the
Sunshine State. Brous
noted that buying four
Pensacola-area Albertsons
locations will finally give
Publix a presence in Es-
cambia County one of
the few Florida markets
where Publix isn't a domi-
nant player.
Based in Boise, Idaho,
Albertsons LLC is one of
the successor companies
that picked up the retail
properties of Albertsons
Inc. following a 2006 cor-
porate breakup.
The company was
founded in Boise in 1939.
After decades of acquisi-
tions and sales, it was
briefly the largest United
States grocery chain in
1999, with about 2,500
locations in 37 states.
In July 2006, Albertsons
Inc. was acquired by a
management group com-
posed of Minnesota-based
grocery chain SuperValu
Inc.; Cerberus Capital Man-
agement, a NewYork-based
private equity investment
firm; and CVS/pharmacy,
the Rhode Island-based
drugstore chain.
The sale price was $17.4
billion in cash, stock and
debt assumption. Super-
Valu got about 1,100 stores
out of the deal, including
Albertsons and Acme su-
permarkets. CVS got about
700 Osco drug stores,
which it converted to its
own brand.
This left the rest of the
assets, mostly Albertsons
stores in Florida, Louis-
iana, Texas, New Mexico,
Arizona and Colorado, to
Cerberus, which organized
Albertsons LLC to control
these properties. Cerberus
currently operates about
325 Albertsons stores,
using the old name under
a licensing agreement with
SuperValu.
Under Cerberus, Albert-
sons LLC closed 100 un-
profitable stores in 2006,
including eight in Florida.
The following year, it di-
vested its stores in Okla-
homa.


resident Anthony Lorenzo
in late May. "This is to pre-
vent further e-mail dele-
tions," said Mogensen.
The lawsuit cites the city of
Venice, Mayor Ed Martin,
and Council Members Sue



DELAY from Page 1A

before they go to their ap-
pointment.
"We will go in there to-
gether," Philips said.
Roja owns his own busi-
ness, Picasso Painting &
Waterproofing Inc., and is



GAS from Page 1A

back where they can,
they're also not obsessed
with the price of gas. Com-
pare that with 32 percent
of members who say every
dime counts.
Gas prices created a
tough decision for Linda
Pickrell, for whom paying
hundreds of dollars in gas
money to pick up her
granddaughter from Ken-
tucky to spend the sum-
mer in North Port was not
an option.
The EK Williams ac-
countant did several price
comparisons between air-
lines and gas stations along
her route from North Port
to Kentucky and decided
flying was cheaper.
"It's unbelievable how
much we would have
spent for gas," said Pick-
rell. She has to be on
standby when her only
daughter calls to tell her
she's in labor, after which
she will fly immediately to
Kentucky to meet her in a
hospital. "We just filled up
our tank and it cost us $70.
We figured we would have


Lang, John Moore and
John Simmonds for im-
properly deleting public
records and other improp-
er communications.
Council members are
scheduled to appear be-


proud to become a U.S.
citizen. "I am so happy,"
Roja said. "I have worked
so hard for this."
After being on stand-
by the past several presi-
dential elections, Philips


to fill up four times going
up, and four going back.
So that was $560, not
counting getting gas there
and then the wear and tear
on our vehicle. We thought
flying would be cheaper."
Pickrell and her hus-
band, Phil, plan to make
the journey three times
from June to August so
they keep looking for dis-
counted airline tickets.
Travel agent Joyce Ols-
son said some of her cli-
ents would rather take the
bus.
"We are seeing an in-
crease in people taking
our bus trips to the Hard
Rock Casino in Tampa for
$20," she said. "They know
it's cheaper than a tank of
gas and is good entertain-
ment."
Olsson said she is see-
ing a decrease in overseas
trips as the U.S. dollar is
down. Therefore, she's
working to still get cus-
tomers great deals on
other vacation destina-
tions.
"Some people are hold-


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fore a Twelfth Judicial Cir-
cuit Court judge at the
South County Adminis-
tration Building on Wed-
nesday to address Mogen-
sen's emergency motion
for temporary injunction.


cannot wait to vote this
year.
"I am going to vote for
the first time," Philips
said.
Although there is a sig-
nificant age gap, as well as


SUMMER TRAVEL
PROJECTIONS
FOR SOUTHEAST
AAA MEMBERS
* 50 percent will not
make changes to lower
gasoline expenditures.
* 43 percent will save
money in other areas to
compensate.
* 62 percent say they will
cut back where they can,
but are not obsessed
with rising gas prices.
* 32 percent say they will
be more fuel efficient
than in the past.
* 16 percent intend to
buy a more fuel-efficient
vehicle in 2008, while 4
percent may move clos-
er to work to reduce
their commute.
Source: AAA member
survey


ing back and not going to
Europe right now," she
said. "Others say they will
go elsewhere until the


The injunction's intent is
to halt further deletions of
city-related e-mails, and
gain access to private
computers of council
members to retrieve previ-
ously deleted e-mails.


a language barrier, Roja
and Philips share a con-
nection.
"I see this man as my
grandfather," Roja said. "I
am so proud to have made
a difference in his life."


economy gets better."
The worst in gas prices
may be yet to come this
summer. Many analysts
have predicted prices will
surge much higher, and
may breach the psycho-
logically important $4
level on a local basis soon.
They are already above the
$4 plateau in many parts
of the country.
Some analysts are be-
ginning to question
whether gas prices will fol-
low their typical pattern of
peaking around Memorial
Day, then declining
through the summer.
The primary factor dri-
ving gas prices higher is
the price of crude, which
has doubled in the last
year. Most predictions that
oil prices have risen too far
and would soon decline
have fallen flat. As long as
crude prices keep rising,
gas prices may buck their
normal pattern and follow,
reasoned Jim Ritterbusch,
president of energy con-
sultancy Ritterbusch and
Associates in Galena, Ill.


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REZONEfrom Page lA

friend-of-the-court brief in
support of Sorrento on the
same ground.
Sorrento homeowners
originally objected to the
Bella Citta rezoning, claim-
ing it would be incom-
patible with land use in the
area.
The Ranches is com-
posed of 5-acre homesites.
Bella Citta, which would
have abutted the western
Sorrento border, was plan-
ned as a 180-unit multi-
story townhouse and con-
dominium development.
All of the buildings on the
parcel would have been
built on 20 acres because
the other 26 are wetlands.


"This whole year has
been unique," Ritterbusch
said. "We're going to see
other unique things ... tak-
ing place here as we go for-
ward."
This summer, Engle-
wood resident Allison
Reed, her husband and
two children are driving to
New York for one week to
visit family. She would not
sacrifice a summer trip
with her family for any-
thing, because the time
she spends with them is
important.
The 34-year-old said
she chose, instead, to cut
other expenses.
"Everybody can cut
somewhere," she said.
"and most people alter the
rest of their life instead."

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Elaine Allen-Emrich, staff
writers John Lawhorne
and Alison Posner and the
Associated Press con-
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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 11,2008


LET 'EM HAVE IT: DO YOU SUPPORT VENICE AS A DESIGNATED "BIKE FRIEND-
LY COMMUNITY?" CALL US AT 20-1111.

Caller finds no more JOY in group


Unhappy. I have recently joined the JOY group at the
Salvation Army; JOY stands for Just OlderYouth. I under-
stand that they had lost their leader, a lady who was relo-
cating to England. I thoroughly enjoyed this group. It
seemed like they had a lot of fun. They went on trips and
I had been on a few of them. I was there the day the cap-
tain announced there would be no more trips and that
things would be changed severely. I do not like the
changes. The women seem upset and I noticed how
much anger was there. Please bring this group back to
what it was before a friendly, lovable group.


Heading north. My
family and I have finally
decided to move out of
Venice. We'll be leaving in
August and moving back
to Sarasota for many rea-
sons, the smallest of which
is paying for the Venice
beach. If we're going to pay
$6 to $10 to go to the Ven-
ice beach, we'd rather be
going to Sarasota's beach-
es, Lido Beach and Siesta
Key Beach. How many
cannot get into the water
because of the terrible
shelf at Venice Beach?
Many of us over 50 can get
down into the water, but
it's very hard getting up
with the tow going against
the shelf. This is not all that
great of a beach. Once you
lose the beachgoers, there's
not going to be that many
people going through town
to shop. I think the people
we've elected are worse
than short-sighted, and I
think the next time this
town votes, I suggest they
get people who are experi-
enced enough so that they
don't have to always com-
mission people and pay
for studies for everything.
Let's get some people here
who know what they're
doing.
EDITOR'S NOTE: Sarasota
County had discussed a
beach-parking fee that would
not have applied to city
beaches, but it recently
dropped the idea.
Good times. With all
the jobs being lost, not
that many places for
young people to go, not
enough places for them to
skateboard, gasoline pric-
es going out of sight and
food getting so expensive,
how can council take away
the one free place where
families can enjoy them-


selves? I may not use the
beaches much anymore -
I'm well into my 80s but
I remember all the good
times I spent at the beach.
I want the poor as well as
the rich to continue to
enjoy our beautiful beach-
es.
EDITOR'S NOTE: There is
no plan to charge to park at
Venice's beaches, and the
proposal to charge at county
beaches is dead, at least for
now.
Seeing red. Two arti-
cles caught my eye. One
was about red tide causing
health problems, the other
by Bob Rigby, who has
worked endlessly to try to
solve red-tide problems
for more than 20 years.
The FDEP tested and
proved his machines as an
effective tool back then.
Lockheed Martin said it
would save the state $700
million to $800 million
and do a good job. So why
is this being ignored? State
and federal governments
give others millions of dol-
lars to try to find out the
solution to this problem,
while Mr. Rigby's cure sits.
He has the patents. He just
needs the financial help.
The red-tide health article
said that there is a 19-per-
cent increase in pneumo-
nia and a 54-percent respi-
ratory disease increase
during periods of red tide.
Can't the government help
Mr. Rigby get his solution
in motion soon?
EDITOR'S NOTE: Lockheed
Martin's comment was about
Rigby's street-cleaning
machine, not his red-tide
cure.
Connection? I thought
it was interesting to read
on your front page about
the anti-smoking hiring


policy, and then I read a lit-
tle further on that a politi-
cian who is running for
president is having trouble
giving up smoking. There
must be a connection;
what is it?
Forward. This is some-
thing of interest to people
out there who use com-
puters. Please be careful
about opening forwarded
e-mail, even if they are
from so-called friends, be-
cause they can be very
offensive. I received an e-
mail that was racist and
political in tone, even
though it was sent by a
friend. From now on, I will
delete all forwards no mat-
ter who sent them.
Worse. I want to make a
comment about the walk-
ways at the Elephant's
Trunk and going into the
Dollar Store. I was almost
to the middle of the walk-
way when four cars sped
by, kids from Venice High.
The last car had two young
girls in it, and they just
laughed their butts off. I'm
80 years old and I let that
one have it. I think a cop
should be there after those
kids are let out of school.
It's getting crazy here in
Venice. I've been here for
30 years and it's worse
than ever.
Light it. I'm calling
about the blinking light at
Venice East Boulevard and
41. Why don't they take
down that blinking light
and put up a traffic light?
There have been many,
many accidents on this
comer. It is a very danger-
ous intersection. Please
somebody, listen to us and
put up a street light.
Misdated. I got a real
chuckle about the Letter to
the Editor in which the
person writing in said that
George McGovern told
John McCain that if Mc-
Govem had been elected
president, McCain would
not have been shot down
and would not have been
in prison. Well, the prob-
lem is McGovern ran in
1972; McCain was shot
down Oct. 26, 1967, five
years before McGovern.


Helpful hints for motorists


STEPHEN BAUMANN
GUEST COLUMNIST


Welcome, class, to Driv-
er's Education 101, the
midseason update.
You may be wondering
why I called you here this
morning. Then again, if
you've been on the roads
in recent weeks, you know
perfectly well. It's bumper-
car time out there.
So put your hands on
the wheel the classic 10
o'clock and 2 o'clock posi-
tion still works well -
buckle up and turn the key.
(To the right).
Proceed with me.
Check the mirror if
you're backing out. This
allows you to see if your
hair is in place or if you've
got mustard stains on your
nose.
Look right for traffic.
Then look left. This


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ical students, and in
monitoring them there-
after.
Unless and until the
public discards their blind-
ers concerning medical
issues and unless the
public demands govern-
mental action too many
doctors will continue to
become and to remain ad-
dicts and too many pa-
tients will continue to die
as a consequence.


stretches the neck muscles
and will help later when
you need to discuss things
with back-seat drivers.
The floor pedal on the
right is the accelerator.
Step on it to move for-
ward if you are in drive,
backward if in reverse.
Step harder, go faster.
While on a major road,
consider traveling close to
the speed listed on road
signs. It is not required by
law, but is a suggestion
that keeps traffic flowing.
Consider it a widely ac-
cepted target. Don't go far
over either, although that's
unlikely.
The brake pedal is the
one on the left. This stops
the car. Do not confuse it
with the pedal on the right,
especially if you are park-
ed in front of a large, plate-
glass window. It also slows
the car if applied lightly.
Use it when trying to read
the fine print on store
signs next to roads with
lots of traffic.
The blinker arm is on
the left of the steering col-
umn. This is a communi-
cation tool, which signals
your intentions to other
motorists. Use it if you
intend to turn or to shift
lanes. Please. If you have


Good luck.
******
Did you know you can
get something free from
the county? Yep, they give
compost away at the No-
komis Community Center


They will continue to
die of medical errors, of
demonstrably avoidable
hospital-acquired infec-
tions and of neglect, at
rates that are horrendous,
generally unknown and
that have been largely
unmodified for years
and years.


Lee Karr
Venice


shifted lanes and still see a
light blinking incessantly
on the dashboard 3 miles
later, nudge the lever back
to the center position.
The hor another
communication tool is
on the steering column. It
lets others know how an-
gry and frustrated you
really are. If you hear it
yourself, consider shifting
lanes quickly, stomping on
the brake, turning your
head left and right, and
leaving your blinker on.
If you're bored, why
not make a cell phone call?
Even if you're busy, why
not make a cell phone call?
When you think about it, a
car is a lot like a telephone
booth on wheels a 2-ton
telephone booth on
wheels.
If you're hungry, eat
something, preferably a
Big Mac. A car is a lot like a
dining room too, only 2
tons on wheels.
Drive defensively. Re-
member, there are a lot of
others on the road who
have not had the benefit of
a refresher Driver's Ed
course.

Stephen Baumann is
the editorial page editor of
the Englewood Sun.


Park, and Shamrock Park.
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RobertA. Vedder writes
a twice-weekly column in
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Robert Bakken
Robert Allen Bakken,
84, Moorhead, Minn., died
Friday, June 6, 2008, in
Eventide Lutheran
Home.
The son of
Theodore and Nora
(Larson) Bakken,
Robert ("Bob") was born
Oct. 21, 1923, in Stanley,
N.D. He grew up in the
Berthold, N.D., area and
graduated from high school
in 1942. He served his
country in the U.S. Marine
Corps from January of 1945
to August of 1946, stationed
overseas in Guam.
After his discharge, he
returned to North Dakota,
where he graduated from
Minot (N.D.) State Teacher's
College in 1950.
On June 17, 1951, Bob
was united in marriage to
Gereldene Schultz at
Omemee, N.D. They lived
in the Stanley, N.D. area for
six years, where he taught
school. In 1957, theymoved
to Esko, Minn., where Bob
was a high school science
teacher. He continued his
education at Bemidji
(Minn.) State University
and the University of
Minnesota, Duluth, where
he received his master's
degree in 1974. From 1969


until his retirement in 1986,
Bob served as principal of
the high school in
Wrenshall, Minn. Bob was a
dedicated educator and
touched the lives of many
students during his career.
Bob was a member of
the Cloquet Kiwanis Club,
where he served as club
president in 1978-1979
and District Lt. Governor
in 1988-1989. He was
active in Our Savior's
Lutheran Church in
Cloquet, Minn. He also
served as the regional rep-
resentative for the Min-
nesota State High School
League for many years. In
retirement, Bob and Geri
spent winters in Venice,
Fla., and would return to
Minnesota for the sum-
mer. Bob was known for
being a "people person"
and for thinking of the
needs of others. Besides
playing a mean game of
cards, he was also an avid
golfer, scoring two "holes in
one." In May of 2005, they
moved to Moorhead and
Bob became a resident of
Eventide Lutheran Home.
He is survived by his
wife, Gereldene Moorhead;
a daughter, Cinda
(Richard) Spieler, Hen-
drum, Minn.; two sons,


Jon (Mary Cashman-
Bakken) Bakken, Water-
ville, Minn., and Joel (Jan
Witte-Bakken) Bakken,
Moorhead; a brother,
James (Marvel) Bakken,
Minot; two sisters, Ethel
Vangsness and Luverne
Tufto, both Minot; nine
grandchildren; and five
great-grandchildren. Ro-
bert was preceded in death
by a daughter, Sharon Ann
Bakken, who died in 1981,
and his parents.
Services: Visitation will be
on Wednesday from noon
to 1 p.m., followed by a
service at 1 p.m. at
Korsmo Funeral Chapel,
Moorhead, Minn.
Online guest book:
www.korsmofuneral
service.com
Robert
Agnew Benton
Robert Agnew Benton,
102, Venice, Fla., formerly
of Goshen, Ind., died June
9, 2008. Mr. Benton
was born Dec. 9,
1905, in St. Louis,
Mo. He served in
the U.S. Army Spe-
cial Services during World
War II and retired as
Lieutenant Colonel in 1956.
Survivors include his
daughters, Barbara Jo


Hatten (Creighton) of
Durango, Colo., Jacqueline
Grace Burger of Venice,
Fla, Marcia Gale Hamm
and Rebecca Louise Ben-
ton (Gary Miller) all of
Gainesville, Fla.; his son,
David Errol Benton of
Venice, Fla.; 13 grandchil-
dren; 22 great-grandchil-
dren; and two great-great-
grandchildren. He was
predeceased by his wife of
52 years, Helen Louise; his
wife of 17 years, Mary
Isabel; his daughter,
Dianne Clevenger; and
granddaughter, Christina
Harrington.
Services: Graveside ser-
vices will be held at
11 a.m. Friday, June 13,
2008, at Palms Memorial
Park, Sarasota, Fla. Ewing
Funeral Home is in charge
of arrangements.
Askew H. Clark
Askew Hamlin Clark,
"Mr. Clark", a resident of
Venice, Fla., passed away
Thursday, June 5,
.. 2008, atVenice Hos-
pital.
Son of the late
i Mary Clark, he was
born on June 11, 1924, in
Virginia and graduated
from the University of
Salamanea in Spain, one


of the four oldest universi-
ties in Europe. He majored
in electrical engineering,
specializing in electric
motor design, although
mathematics was his pas-
sion. Being an avid reader,
he frequented the Venice
Library. He was a World
War II veteran and attend-
ed First Baptist Church in
Venice.
He will be missed by his
many friends including:
Gordon Shaw, Ted Sivyer,
Ken Sula, William Skaff,
Bill Makela, Ed Mogford,
Nancy Jennings, Marty
VanPelt, Pat Charnley,
Mary Silbaugh, Marty
Speigelman and Carol
Ostrander.
Services: A Celebration
of Life service will be held
at 4 p.m. June 13, 2008, at
the First Baptist Church of
Venice.
Lawrence R. Lamb
Lawrence R. Lamb, 72,
of Nokomis, Fla., died May
30, 2008, in TideWell Hos-
pice and Palliative
Care in Venice.
SHe was born on
5 Aug. 18, 1935, in
S Nutter Fort, WVa., to
Tony and Viola Lamb. He
came here 36 years ago
from Stow, Ohio. He served


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The Venice City Council will hold a workshop on Friday,
June 20, 2008 at 9:30 a.m. The workshop will be held in
Council Chambers, City Hall, City of Venice, 401 West
Venice Avenue, Venice, Florida, 34285. The purpose of the
workshop is for City Council to discuss alternative ways to
regulate short term rentals. The public is invited and
encouraged to attend and public input will be heard.
No stenographic record by a certified court reporter is
made of this meeting nor will a verbatim record be
prepared. Minutes will be written for the public record.
If you are disabled and need special assistance, please
contact the City Clerk's office 24 hours prior to the
meeting.
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in the U.S. Army 1953-56
and 1960-63 and in the U.S.
Marine Corps 1957-1960.
He was past Post Comman-
der and Life Member of
VFW Post 8118 in Venice,
past President and Life
Member of FOE 3482
in Venice/Nokomis, Life
Member of Chapter 101 of
DAV and Life Member of
the Marine Corps League.
He is survived by his
daughters, Anna Lamb of
Nokomis, Sue Carney of
Indian Lake Estates, Fla.,
and Brenda Doty ofTampa,
Fla.; a sister, Alice Burbridge
of Copley, Ohio; six grand-
children; and three great
grandchildren. He was
predeceased by two
grandchildren Alisha Pope
and David Olson. Arrange-
ments by James A. McKee
Funeral Homes, North
Port.


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Bicycle Friendly Community label remains elusive


BY GREG GILES
NEWS EDITOR

Bicycle enthusiasts inVenice were
disappointed to learn the city was
not selected as a Bicycle Friendly
Community this year.
The League of American Bicyclists,
which sponsors the program, did rec-
ognize the city's application for hon-
orable mention, giving hope that next
year the city will succeed.
The designation is much herald-
ed, and can bring with it grant
opportunities and attract bicycle-
related tourism to the area.
"While Venice was not selected
this year, reviewers hope this marks a
commitment that is surfacing in the
community to make improvements in
the future," wrote panelists in a written
review of the city's application.
"I was a little disappointed," said
Monty Andrews. "It was not quite
good enough to earn a bike friendly
community designation."
He led the application effort as a
member of the city Parks and
Recreation Advisory Board and
chaired a subcommittee, comprised of
local bicycle supporters Wanda Short,
Mike Gippert, Fred Hammett and
Costa Xistris, to fill out the paperwork.
Lack of a designated full-time city
staff person to oversee the effort was
one of two key improvements cited
by the League of American Bicyclists
if the city decides to reapply for the
designation.
"Making the bicycle and pedestri-


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The League of American Bicyclists awarded Venice an honorable mention after the
city applied to become a Bicycle Friendly Community.


an coordinator a full-time position
would greatly increase the amount
of work that can get done in the
community," wrote the LAB.
LAB also suggested creating a com-
prehensive bike plan for the commu-
nity to "expand encouragement, edu-
cation, enforcement and engineering
programs to increase usage."
Highlights of the application,
according to the LAB, were the
Legacy Trail connection to the
Venetian Waterway Park Trail sys-
tem, the amount of bike parking at
public buildings, buses with bike
racks and the accommodations on
the community's three bridges.
"With the new political and com-
munity support for cycling, and the
coming improvements to the network
and programs, Venice is destined to be
a Bicycle Friendly Community, as well
as an Active Living Seniors model


community," LAB wrote.
Twenty-six cities and counties
applied for the designation -
including Sarasota County, which
also received honorable mention.
According to Andrews, 11 were
accepted and 10 received honorable
mention.
Fifty cities are currently certified.
Andrews said LAB officials
broached the subject of combining
the county and city application,
since the county has a full-time bicy-
cle/pedestrian coordinator position.
Andrews said the advisory board
would rather seek the designation on
its own, at least for the next round of
applications. The city could reapply
as soon as August 2008, but Andrews
said developing the bicyclist com-
prehensive plan will likely mean a
reapplying again in spring 2009.
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Boom


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ahead

Light up the skies
This past weekend CJ
Fishman and Benny
Weaver and their cohorts
at Sertoma Club of Venice
kicked off the drive to raise
$10,000 to fund the annual
July 4 fireworks display at
the Venice Jetties. The club
donation of $10,000 will be
matched by $10,000 from
the city, Fishman said
when he stopped by the
Venice Gondolier Sun
offices the other day.
The effort will continue
every Saturday and Sunday
through the end of June.
Sertoma members will be
at three Venice area Publix
stores: The Publix on the
island, the Publix near
Pinebrook on East Venice
Avenue and the Publix near
Laurel Road on U.S. 41 in
Nokomis.
They will be there from 9
to 11 a.m. and from 11 a.m.
to 1 p.m. Saturday and from
11 a.m.-1 p.m. on Sunday
and from 1 to 3 p.m. Sun-
day afternoon.
If you donate $5, you will
get an American flag pin
that flashes so you too can
light up the night on July 4.
Any amount is welcome
though, so when you are
shopping, be sure to make
a donation to Sertoma's
annual fireworks fund.
Tryouts extended
If you have always want-
ed to be a star, The Players
Theatre in Sarasota could
be the place where your
light begins to sparkle. The
Players has extended the
application date for its
annual talent search to June
20. Just $25 per person gets
your foot in the door for one
of three audition dates in
July and the chance to be in
The Players Talent Search
Grand Finale Show at7 p.m.
Aug. 23, at The Players, 838
North Tamiami Trail. Win-
ners will receive several
prizes, including an invita-
tion to be a guest on the
1220 WIBQ radio show Talk
of the Suncoast, with host
Cliff Roles, to spend a day
with an artistic director
(MurrayChaseoftheVenice
Little Theatre, Rick Kerby of
the Manatee Players or
Jeffery Kin of The Players)
and a class at The Players
Studio. Those are just some
of the prizes.
Auditions will be held
July 12, 19 and 26 at The
Players Performing Arts
Studio, 500 Tallevast Road,
Sarasota. To learn more,
visit www.theplayers.org
or call (941) 360-0120.


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Care for the caregiver now available



at the Caregiver Resource Center


SUN PHOTOS BY JUSTIN FENNELL, Ifennell@venicegondollercom
Informational pamphlets hang on one wall of the Caregiver Resource Center at the Senior Friendship Centers in
Venice.

Facility's


grand opening

is Thursday

BY BROOKY BROWN
PROJECTS EDITOR

Caregivers in Venice now have
a place to receive some tender
loving care of their own.
The grand opening for the new
Caregiver Resource Center at the
Senior Friendship Centers in
Venice is tomorrow. It's a dream
come true for Kathleen Sim-
monds, director Adult Day
Services and Caregiver Resource
Center, her steering committee
and community partners.
For worn and weary caregivers,
it's a one-stop single point of entry
for information, relief and respite.
"This will be a central point
where caregivers can get informa-
tion and education," Simmonds
said. "Its open to caregivers with-
out charge."
The center's mission is sup-
porting, educating and connect-
ing caregivers through commu-
nity partnerships.
Educational programs, com-
passionate support and access to
a wealth of information of special
interest to anyone caring for a
loved one are available at the
Caregivers Resource Center.
New Dell computers provide
easy access to online assistance.
And, of course, there is a staff of
caring, experienced volunteers to
assist caregivers visiting the cen-
ter from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Monday
through Friday.
Simmonds, her steering com-
mittee, staff and volunteers know
how much stress caregivers are
under in their dual rolls of raising
their families and caring for aging
parents or other loved ones. So
they have worked really hard to
give the center a feeling of wel-
come and comfort.
From the welcome sign at the
entrance to the beautiful modem
art that lines the hallway, the
comfort of caregivers has been
taken into consideration. Rooms


The entrance to the Caregiver Resource Center features a decorative sign.


have been painted varying
shades of blue to soothe the
stressed-out caregiver's soul.
Caregivers can go to the center
for information or to have some-
one sit with them and help them
figure out what they need or what
to do next.
"The Caregivers Resource
Center is a collaborative effort
with TideWell Hospice, Habitat
for Humanity and a variety of
agencies and businesses," Sim-
monds said.
Habitat for Humanity donated
the chairs for the nurturing room
which will feature aromatherapy,
counseling and small group ses-
sions.
Respite care is provided for
families so they can leave their


loved one in The Living Rooms
program and do what they need
to do in the resource center.
Simmonds said the cost for this is
estimated as low as $2.65 an
hour.
"It's even possible that it could
be lower if funds are available
through Sponsor-A-Senior, which
is a pay-it-forward type of pro-
gram," she said.

Artwork hangs
on the walls of
the Caregiver
Resource
Center at the
Senior
Friendship
Centers in
Venice.


CAREGIVER
RESOURCE CENTER
JUNE HIGHLIGHTS
* Caregiver support group
every Tuesday, 3 p.m. on The
Living Rooms Adult Day Care
lanai. Facilitator: Kathleen
Simmonds.
* Free confidential medications
review and free blood pressure
screening offered by Jeff
Young, R.Ph of Village
Pharmacy, Thursday, June 12,
9:30-11:30 a.m. Call Paula at
716-4030 for a reservation.
*Hospice 101, June 17, 1-2
p.m. A program on Hospice
Care, including Hospice
Medicare benefits, advance
directives, free homemaker-
companion service, transition
and bereavement services.
Presenter: Melissa Heath.
* Exploring Elder Living
Options, Wednesday, June 18,
10-11 a.m., provides aware-
ness of our community
resources. Facilitator: Paula
Carney, Omni Home Care.
* Changing behaviors to pre-
vent falls, Thursday, June 17,
10-11 a.m. Learn how to make
your home safe and prevent
falls. Information packets on fall
prevention and home safety
provided. Facilitator, Lorl
Wilder, Lifeline Healthcare
Volunteers of Venice.
* Sensitivity training, Tuesday,
June 24, 10-11 a.m.
Experience firsthand the
changes in sensory and physi-
cal capabilities that frequently
occur with advancing age.
Presented by Venice Area
Chamber of Commerce.
* Managing difficult behaviors,
Wednesday, June 25, 10-11
a.m. A three-step approach to
recognize common behaviors
and their causes. Provides rec-
ommended responses for five
common behaviors. Facilitator,
Pam Polowskl, Alzhelmer's
Association.



VENICE CAREGIVER
RESOURCE CENTER
STEERING
COMMITTEE:
* Paula Dumas, Raymond
James & Associates Inc., Venice
* David Pierce, Venice Area
Chamber of Commerce,
Venice
* Connie Ellis, Women's
Resource Center of Sarasota
County, North Port office
* Melissa Heath, TideWell
Hospice, Sarasota
* Paula Carney, Omni Home
Care, Sarasota
* Lorl Wilder, Lifeline, Venice
* Pat Crawford, caregiver,
Venice
* David Cornish, attorney,
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JUNE 11
Tea time
Ann Hall, head librarian of
Venice Public Library, will
be the guest speaker at the
Venice- Nokomis Woman's
Club monthly tea at 1 p.m.
at 200 North Harbor Drive.
Information: 486-1253.
Kids run
Time: 6:30-7:30 p.m.
Where: Venice Pier, 1600
Harbor Drive
Cost: $1 one-time registra-
tion fee
Notes: A 1-mile fun run
for kids. Weekly registra-
tion held onsite at 5:30
p.m. Race is 6:30 p.m.
Participants receive a rib-
bon with every run. Free
T-shirts are earned after
completing four runs.
Call: 861-5000
Club fun
* 11 a.m.-2 p.m.: Lunch
served at the Venice-
Nokomis Elks Lodge, 1021
DiscoveryWay, Nokomis.
* 4-7 p.m.: Hamburgers
served at the Venice-
Nokomis Elks Lodge, 1021
DiscoveryWay, Nokomis.
Venice Art Center, 390 S.
Nokomis Ave., 485-7136,
veniceartcenter.com
* 10:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
Game Day at Venice Art
Center
Venice Public Library, 300
S. Nokomis Ave., 861-1348
*June : 11:10:30 a.m.:
Story Wednesdays, Our
World
Questions answered
Nurse Ruthann Sibbitt
and Michell Wolfgang,
office coordinator, with
the Heart Institute of
Venice, will answer ques-
tions about insurance
issues. They will offer tips
on choosing insurance
plans and blood pressure
screenings. This free clinic
will be held at the Venice-
Nokomis Elks Lodge, 1021
DiscoveryWay, Nokomis
from 9 a.m.-noon.
Senior Friendship
Centers, 2350 Scenic
Drive, 584-0075,
seniorfriendship.com
* 8:15 a.m.: Wednesday
Walkers
* 9:30 a.m.: Watercolor Art
* 10 a.m.: Euchre
S11 a.m.: Senior Fitness
Plus; Line Dancing
* 11 a.m.-3 p.m.: '50s Party
with music by The
Wannabee's at 11 a.m. and
music and dancing by Joe
Rivers and Friends from
1-3 p.m. Root beer floats
and 45 rpm cookies will
be provided by Harbor
Chase of Venice and
Senior Options and
Solutions. Lunch reserva-
tions, 584-0090. Suggested
donation, $5.

THURSDAY,

JUNE 12
Grand opening
The grand opening of the
new Caregiver Resource
Center at the Senior
Friendship Centers, 2350
Scenic Drive, takes place
from 9-11 a.m. RSVP: 584-
0050. The new center's
mission is supporting,
educating and connect-
ing caregivers through
community partnerships.
Amateur Radio Club
Time: 7 p.m.
Where: The Gulf Coast
Community Foundation
of Venice, 601 Tamiami
Trail.
Notes: Following the busi-
ness meeting of the The
Tamiami Amateur Radio
Club, there will be a pro-
gram discussing and
demonstrating the inter-
national propagation bea-
cons. Licensed amateurs
and anyone interested in
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Manatee-Sarasota Sierra
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Tamiami Trail, Sarasota
Bring a refreshment to
share. Information:
358-3249.
Club fun
* 11 a.m.-2 p.m.: Lunch,
Venice-Nokomis Elks
Lodge, 1021 Discovery
Way, Nokomis.
* 5-7:30 p.m.: All you can
eat Italian dinner, Venice-
Nokomis Elks Lodge, 1021
DiscoveryWay, Nokomis.
* 6-8 p.m.: Trivia games
with $50 prize, Venice-
Nokomis Elks Lodge, 1021
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Venice Public Library, 300
S. Nokomis Ave., 861-1348
* 9:30 a.m.-noon: Sarasota
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dening questions.
Evening book club
Time: 6:30-7:30 p.m.
Where: Jacaranda Library,
4143 Woodmere Park Blvd.
Notes: Share a book
Call: 861-5000
Family craft time
Time: 6-7:30 p.m.
Where: Jacaranda Library,
4143 Woodmere Park Blvd.
Notes: A Joumey with
Native Americans. The
whole family can listen to
tales from far-off lands
and create traditional
crafts that explore their
cultures.
Call: 861-5000
Senior Friendship
Centers, 2350 Scenic
Drive, 584-0075,
seniorfriendship.com
* 9 a.m.: EasyYoga
* 3:15 p.m.: Learn
Ballroom Dancing
* Noon: Arts & Crafts


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JUNE 13
Ask a Lawyer
Time: 9 a.m-12:30 p.m.
Where: Women's Resource
Center, 701 Center Road
(South County Family
YMCA campus)
Notes: One-on-one, half-
hour appointments with
attorney Marie Wilson.
Prerequisite you must
have a peer counselor ses-
sion prior to scheduling
for Ask a Lawyer.
Cost: $8 nonmember
donation, $5 member
donation
RSVP: 485-9724 to register
Link: thewomens
resourcecenter.org
Business success
Time: 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m.,
Where: Women's Resource
Center, 701 Center Road
(South County Family
YMCA campus)
Notes: Career advisor
offers career counseling,
resume assistance and job
resources to help develop
an employment plan.
Cost: $8 nonmember
donation; $5 member
donation
RSVP: 485-9724 to register
Link: thewomens
resourcecenter.org
Venice Public Library, 300
S. Nokomis Ave., 861-1348
* 9:30 a.m.: French Club.
Basic knowledge of French
required. Practices French
conversation and reading
from French literature.
* 2-3:30 p.m.: Teaching
Company lecture series on
the middle ages taught by
Professor Philip Daileader
through Aug. 29.
Class reunion
The Venice High School
Class of 1988 holds its 20-
year reunion. Call Chris
Freeman at 400-3312.
Nature events
* Sunset/moonlight kayak
trips on Little Sarasota Bay
with the American Littoral


Society, 7-9:30 p.m.
Equipment and training
provided. Bring sun-
screen, bug spray and
water. Fee: $25. RSVP to
John Sarkozy at 966-7308.
Club fun
* 11 a.m.-2 p.m.: Lunch,
Venice-Nokomis Elks
Lodge, 1021 Discovery
Way, Nokomis.
* 5-7:30 p.m.: Fish fry buf-
fet, $8; music and danc-
ing, 6:30-9:30 p.m. at the
Venice-Nokomis Elks
Lodge, 1021 Discovery
Way, Nokomis.
Music
* 7:30-10:30 p.m.: Music
Jam Circle open to anyone
who plays acoustic music
or likes to listen to it live at
Books-A-Million, 6591 S.
Tamiami Trail, Sarasota.
Senior Friendship
Centers, 2350 Scenic
Drive, 584-0075,
seniorfriendship.com
* 9 a.m.: Crochet class
* 9:30 a.m.: Balance
Movement
* 10:30 a.m.: Hula class

COMING UP
License exams
Date: June 14
Time: 9 a.m.
Where: Conference room
of the Venice Public
Library, 300 S. Nokomis
Ave.
Notes: The Tamiami
Amateur Radio Club will
offer American Radio
Relay League coordinated
examinations for all levels
of Amateur Radio licenses.
Call: Jack Sproat, W4JS,
475-1929
Ice Cream Social
RSVP: by June 18,
240-1000
Date: Thursday, June 19
Time: 2-3:30 p.m.
Where: Aston Gardens at
Pelican Pointe
1000 Aston Gardens Drive,
Venice, FL 34292
Notes: Cool off and join us
for ice cream sundaes and


a good time. Test your
musical memory when we
play "Name That Tune" in
our Horse & Chaise
lounge where you can
make new friends, laugh,
sing, and just have a great
time.
Link: www.sunrisesenior
living.com
Fundraiser and dance
RSVP: by June 16,
240-1000.
Date: Saturday, June 21
Time: 7-10 p.m.
Where: Aston Gardens at
Pelican Pointe
1000 Aston Gardens Drive,
Venice, FL 34292
Notes: Fundraiser and
Dance with board mem-
bers from the Central
Florida WWII Museum
introducing the develop-
ment of the museum and
how veterans can be
involved. Music provided
by DJ playing "The
Big Band" music. Heavy
hors d'oeuvres. Two free
drinks and cash bar. Door
prizes. Donation of $25
per person.
Link:
www.cfloridaww2museum.
org
Nature events
* Sunset/moonlight kayak
trips on Little Sarasota Bay
with the American Littoral
Society, 7-9:30 p.m.,
Friday, June 13, and
Saturday, June 14.
Equipment and training
provided. Bring sun-
screen, bug spray and
water. Fee: $25. RSVP to
John Sarkozy at 966-7308.
* American Littoral Society
ecosystem restoration
workday, 8:30 a.m.-noon,
Monday, June 16, in
Osprey on Little Sarasota
Bay RSVP to John Sarkozy
at 966-7308.
* Kayak and snorkel trip
from Turtle Beach to Point
of Rocks with the
American Littoral Society,
8:30-11:30 a.m., Tuesday,
June 17. Kayak equipment
provided. Bring snorkel
equipment and sun-
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Class reunion
The Venice High School
Class of 1988 holds its 20-
year reunion June 13-15.
Call Chris Freeman at 400-
3312.
Flag Day
Venice- Nokomis Elks
Lodge 1854 holds a public
Flag Day ceremony at
4 p.m., Saturday, June 14,
at 1021 DiscoveryWay,
Nokomis. Refreshments
served after the service.
Call 486-1854.
Normandy tour
The Fraternal Military
Association of the U.SA.
will tour the Normandy
Invasion beaches, depart-
ing from New York, June
17, 2008. Current, past
military personnel,
dependents, friends and
the public are invited to
participate in this journey
commemorating the 64th
anniversary of D-Day June
6, 1944. Call Sy Canton at
(561) 865-8495 or write to
him at 14130-C, Nesting
Way, Delray Beach, FL
33484.
Dodgeball
CommunityYouth
Development and the
Venice YMCA dodgeball
tournament, June 21, for
teens in grades six to eight
from 6-8 p.m. at the
YMCA, 701 Center Road.
Prizes awarded to the win-
ning teams. Refreshments
served. Photo ID required.
Information: 492-9622.
Sierra Club meets
Date: June 24
Time: 7 p.m.
Where: Manasota-
Sarasosta Sierra Club
office, 2011 4th St.,
Sarasota
Contact: Don Chaney,
906-8176
Sundown paddle
RSVP: Don Kirkley,
943-3085
Date: June 27
Time: 7 p.m. 2-hour
paddle
Where: Paddle around the
Jim Neville Preserve with
the Manatee-Sarasota
Sierra Club, and stop at
Palmer Point beach to
toast the sunset with your
favorite beverage.
Cost Donation, $5 mem-
bers and nonmembers.
Prairie walk
RSVP: Sally, 484-4113
Date: June 28
Time: 8 a.m.
Where: Dear Prairie
Notes: Deer Prairie 5-mile
walk. Wear sturdy shoes,
bring water and lunch if
time allows. Sponsored by
the Manatee-Sarasota
Sierra Club.
Cost Donation $5 mem-
bers and nonmembers.
Rockets
G. Whiz, The Science
Museum, 1001 Blvd. of the
Arts, Sarasota, 309-4949,
gwiz.org.
* June 28,10:30 a.m.:
Reach for the Stars Rocket
Contest for ages 10
through adult with launch
time at 1:30 p.m. Cost:
$15. Call 309-4949 ext. 116
to sign up.
SJune 28, 11 a.m.:
Construct rocket designs
and compare efficiency
and distance. Learn about
Alka Seltzer rockets, how
they work and important
safety rules.
Art camps
Englewood Art Center
holds art camps for chil-
dren at 350 South McCall
Road. Cay camp: 1-3
p.m.: July 7, 14 and 21. Art
explosions begin 10 a.m.-
noon, June 9, 16 and 23,
and July 7 and 21. Fee:
$40. Registration required.
Call 474-5548.
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inda MacCluggage plays Prospera in "The Tempest" at the Players Theatre, 838 N.
Tamiami Trail, Sarasota. "The Tempest" by William Shakespeare runs through June
15. This production boasts a strong cast of local actors in some non-traditional
roles. Those not familiar with Shakespeare will love this updated, hip and shortened ver-
sion set in the late 1960s. Shakespeare lovers will appreciate the scope and the universali-
ty of the bard's words and how they relate to contemporary issues. Come hang out as The
Players serves up a groovy Shakespearean clambake. Tickets are $20 for adults, $12 for
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daughters than just talking
about doglegs and bunkers.
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want to tee up a new Web
site one that celebrates
this emotional connection.
Recognizing this unique
bond, the Golf Channel is
honoring fathers every-
where through an initiative
that gives dad his due. The
network has established a
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with their fathers (or father
figures), as well as give
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dad on a dream trip to the
home of golf St.
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your hands for the very
first time," said Golf
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likely, it was your father
who taught you the
lessons that have not only
served you well on the golf
course, but also in life."
The site, www.Golf
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ple can post recollections
and lessons learned from
time spent on the golf
course with their fathers.
For many professional
golfers and even the
hundreds of Hollywood
celebrities who are hooked
on the game it was their
father who first sparked
their interest. Golf Channel
asked some of them to
share stories about their
dads and the life lessons
they learned through golf,
or about passing along
that same love of the game
to their own children.
"By the sheer nature of
the sport, golf has played
such an important role in
starting or enriching father-
son and father-daughter
relationships," added
Thompson. "Through a
dad's wisdom and guidance,
you learned about honor,
tradition, respect, sports-


manship, perseverance and
patience. And because of
golf, you shared time and
memories with your father
that will last forever."
In essence, the net-
work's celebration of dad
demonstrates that while
he was teaching you how
to swing a driver, he was
really trying to build confi-
dence, and while he was
lecturing about the rules
of the game, it was really
about learning integrity.
The site allows users to
enter the contest, watch
videos and even take a
video tour of St. Andrews,
where more memories will
be made for a dad and his
lucky kid.

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cookbook. All profits from
the sale of the cookbook will
go to All Faiths Food Bank.
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er, Ruger; grandparents, Joe
and Anne Dalton and Fred
and PatWoeckener; and
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Roll Show with profession-
al dancers, comedy and
great music from the '50s
and '60s will take place
July 12 at 7 p.m. at the
Fraternal Order of Eagles,
621 Colonia Lane E.,
Nokomis. The show is free
and open to the public.
Seating is limited.
Red Cross camp
Southwest Florida Chapter
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Red Cross Ready, Set, Go
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olds. The weeklong day
camp features prepared-
ness lessons, drills, field
trips and Red Cross train-
ing, 9 a.m.-4 p.m., June 23-
27and uly21-25, atthe
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Travel for Charity
The Sugar Bowl 2008
annual bus trip to the
Hard Rock Casino in
Tampa is June 23. The bus
leaves the Epiphany
Cathedral parking lot at
9 a.m. Donation $32,
includes bus fare, a $5
food voucher and $25
machine play. 100 per-
cent of net proceeds go to
the Sugar Bowl fund
which benefits low
income families facing a
financial crisis due to an
unexpected medical,
housing or transportation
expense.
55 Alive
The AARP 55 Alive Safe
Driving Class will be
held in the Pat Buster
conference room in the
Health Services building
of the Senior Friendship
Centers, 2350 Scenic
Drive on June 26-27,
9 a.m.-1 p.m. Cost is
$10, checks made
payable to AARP. A valid
driver's license is
required to take the
class. Reservations:
584-0075.


Feline Flair
Animal Rescue Coalition
holds its first Feline Flair
adoption event at 9:30
a.m., Saturday, June 28, at
the Sarasota Municipal
Auditorium, 801 North
Tamiami Trail, Sarasota.
Seminars, lectures, ven-
dors, kids' art contest,
King and Queen of Strays,
and 200 adoptable cats
from more than 10 local
organizations. Admission:
$5 for adults, $3 for
seniors, $8 for a family or
couple. Ages 10 and
younger, free. Contact Liz
Albers at 957-1955, ext. 7
or liz@animalrescue
coalition.org.
Dogs Night Out
Bring your best friend to
Ed Smith Stadium for a
baseball benefit, at the
corner of 12th and Tuttle
Streets, Sarasota. See the
Sarasota Reds play at
6 p.m., Saturdays, June 28
and Aug. 9. Pet vendors,
demonstrations, enter-
tainment and more.
Admission: $5 per person
and $5 per dog. All dog
admissions benefit the


Humane Society of
Sarasota County. Rain
date: July 12. Rules and
release form at sarasota
reds.com or call the
HSSC at 955-4131, ext.
121.
Depot tours
Venice Train Depot guid-
ed tours run every half-
hour beginning at 10 a.m.
every Saturday through
October. Trained Venice
Area Historical Society
docents tell the history of
the depot in Venice. The
depot is located eastside
under the Venice Avenue
bridge. For 10 or more
call 493-9061 or 492-
5531.
Deaf Awareness
Wet 'N Wild Deaf
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July 19, at 6200
International Drive,
Orlando 32819. Tickets:
$25 per person for age 3
and older. Free for kids up
to age 2. For hours and
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WEDNESDAY
JUNE 11, 2008 AROUND TOWN


Katie Bliss makes sure everyone leaves the
Healthcare Volunteers of Venice recruiting break-
fast at Pelican Pointe Golf & Country Club with a
lovely, long-stemmed rose.


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


SUN PHOTOS BY FRAN VALENCIC
Former Venice Area Historical Society president Betty Intagliata, left, Jackie LeClaire
and Venice Area Historical Society President Sue Chapman take a few minutes Lee Ann Johnson signs on the dotted line to
before the meeting to enjoy some laughs, become a volunteer.


Venice Historical Society writes another page


FRAN VALENCIC
SOCIAL COLUMNIST

Venice Middle School
students gave the audi-
ence at the Venice Histori-
cal Society meeting some
circus magic as they show-
cased their work.
President Sue Chap-
man invited teacher
Barbara Woody to intro-
duce the student-created
video showing circus per-
formers sharing circus


memories.
"When you start out,
you have to knock on
doors," said Pedro Reis.
"You work hard to develop
an act that no one else will
do. Then, when you
become the best, some-
one comes and knocks on
your door."
Pedro Reis spoke those
inspirational words in his
interview telling why he
got the call to perform in
the center ring.
Dolly Jacobs, Jackie
LeClaire, Chuck Sidlow,
Reis and other circus per-
formers mingled with the
more than 150 people on
hand at the Venice Public
Library for photos and cir-
cus stories.
At a small gathering
after the meeting, Chap-
man presented Woody
with a plaque and a check


for her work.
Bravo to Betty Intag-
liata for spearheading this
project and for all those
involved in making every-
one experience circus
sparkle inVenice one more
time.
Healthcare Volunteers
recruit and salute
Frank Collins, presi-
dent of Healthcare Volun-
teers of Venice, welcomed
volunteers and recruits to
a continental breakfast at
Pelican Pointe Golf &
Country Club. Ingrid
Tetreault, Russ Schimke,
June Fontana and Shirley
Case called the volunteer
program as one of the best
in the country. Nineteen
recruits committed that
day.
A few weeks later the
volunteers filled the din-


ing room at the Boca
Royale Golf & Country
Club for breakfast and
awards.
"We care about quality,
service and performance,"
Venice Regional Medical
Center CEO Melody
Trimble told the group.
"It's our hospital that
shines every day because
of you."
Itwas a time to shine for
volunteers receiving new
badges, including Rose
Hynes, celebrating 14,000
hours over 20 years of ser-
vice.
Treasurer Bob Joynson
reported the HW program
provided $66,800 in schol-
arships to area students.
One of our best
The special person of
this week is Venice Middle
School teacher Barbara


Woody.
This teacher exempli-
fies great teaching. Her
passion for Venice history
and willingness to work
with the community and
the Venice Historical Soci-
ety on grants and innova-
tive projects give her stu-
dents an opportunity to
excel.
Barbara Woody is one
of the teachers who help
make Venice a great place
to live.

Corrections
The column in the June
4 edition gave an incorrect
location for the College
Club luncheon. It was held
at Jacaranda West Country
Club. Also, Lois Peeler's
name was misspelled.
Apologies to her and all
the club members.


Venice Middle School teacher
Barbara Woody led the team
developing a circus presenta-
tion for Venice.


Barbara Gurtler speaks
several languages and
believes she can serve
as a volunteer even
though she is still in
private practice with her
European Holistic
Therapeutic Body Work
Therapy.


Rosemary Christensen, left, and Junie Fontana enjoy volun- Chuck Sidlow, left, Dorothy Korwek and Norika
teer service and friendship. Sidlow share circus memories after the Venice
Historical Society meeting.


Venice Middle School teacher Barbara Woody,
left, receives a plaque and a checkfrom Venice
Historical Society president Sue Chapman for
her work in leading her students in creating a
video history of circus performers in Venice.


Grace Cribbs, left, and Patricia Dunlap enjoy the HVV
breakfast at Boca Royale Golf & Country Club. Dunlap
is the new customer satisfaction program chair.


Dot Hakman, left,
and JoAnne
Gentry enjoy
some coffee and
pastries at the
Healthcare
Volunteers of
Venice breakfast.


Gary, left, and
GeorgeYoungberg
wait for the pro-
gram at the Venice
Historical Society
meeting at the
Venice Public
Library.


Bill and Betty Wade celebrate 5,000 volunteer hours with
Healthcare Volunteers of Venice.


Mary Kagarise and ToussaintThomas get the presentation
ready for the Venice Historical Society meeting.The Venice
Middle School students worked with a team of students to
create a circus presentation for Venice.


John Osborne, left, Mary Huba and Penny Phelps served as
mentors with the Venice High School students for the circus
project.


Dolly Jacobs, left, Lois Steketee and Pedro Reis celebrate cir-
cus memories at the Venice Historical Society meeting.




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TV $25 Tabm, cthirs bmps,
mirrors, dishes $10C1S/ea
9414751797
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SSony an Laptop Win
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repair setup ServingCar
loe Couny 9+ years
Computer desks, 2,
assembbd, lhL brn $15
ea 9414295700
ComputerPavillon Ma 70
& Brother Fax 775
MaChire $3C (853)491
9998
Gateway Laptop 14 IFnel
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Vista, DVDRe Loaded
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JEWELRY

GOT DADS & GADS 7
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WATCHES & JER LY
Rings, Mck kes, mor
B'UNIUJE@ BRICKLRD
530 US 41 B Pass
OER S0I0 $10 OFF
(941)485 1944 JAY
Top $$$ ForCostume w
elryAntues, Crystal,
Por e n, Coins, & knoes
D'l fGiCES 94175487

6070ANTQUES
COLLECTIBLES


ALWAYS BUYING
Poor dassild ad ortne Stefrling Slwr, QuIts
y wit yoir crit card parents, Furntre
Seasy and comei et NEW ENGLAND
I ounriald d coru/cilauu sis
Convenmer Easy (941) 639 -93
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isa cr Mastacard ISBjiNG
SU 60 Tum O'fur O Colns Into
SUN&T CashWS ame Buying US &
Foreign Coins, OF Paper
r rey& Adi Bul:nGod & Si
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NEW, Ir Old iommy
Bahama look Beigh
Couch, 2 Chairs and
ottoman $700obo SPIgh
Bed $3N (no matfess)
8338357
PATIO SET, 8 pcsw/cust
lonse c cord $125 so
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SUNSW


PUNTA GORDA
OFFICE

HAS MOVED


331 SULLIVAN ST
to
312 SULLIVAN ST

(PURPLE HOUSE)


BUSINESS HOURS

Monday Friday

7am -1pm
2pm -4pm



SOFA 83" & LOVE SEAT
60" matching rounded
stuffed arms, fbral, cornr
flower blue, maure, light
berge Ec cord, $4CO
Call(941 48&3131
Sotaand bvseat Ceam
Like rew $350 moving
Sale (941)4923789
SOFA, 8, cream tradiforh
al, flexseel, very nice
$10)(941)5051485
THOMASlLLE 5 PIECE
bedroom set Like rew'
$4500 obo
Call 4560493

6040 TVSTEREO1
RADIO

JVC 27 TV $75/obo JVC
Rec 5 disc cd cass
$10C/obo 4840557
NEW Phillips 20' Fbt LCD
PC Monior/TV Never
used S225 7437212


Nhthort Coins
14291 TambemTrl
Winn Dite ShoppingCener)
or call 941240 e55
TRAINS, HO scale ard N
scab, vilagesad ace
sores 9414231993
Spinning Wheel 'Travel n
$30 Large Crock $50
(941)50 56297
I BUYW I II US 3
man Japarese, relmets,
hats, Insign e,bayonet s,
swords daggers Et
etc (94124-6706
COMEC BCKOLLECTI
Over 1500 books
jagged & boarded Sold
complete~ S0/obo
9414236231
150+ VCRs $350 forall
All good moves
9416985003
BKS ALL ON FLORIDA
40+ Hadcovers $150/all
94146985003
STAR TREK WR TV stows
& moves, 70+ $7 941
6269622
Emplre Oak Dresser 4 dr
39x35 w/mirror $45
941 266533
AN&Q1E SALE
STORE CLOSING
20-50% OFF
already affodabb pres
Furn Jeelry, ddies
Everyhing must go Thurs
0/11 Sun C 15
10amr5pm 320 E
Railad Boca Grand

607 FRUITS &
VEGETABLES

Lychee U Pick, FT
Ogden Cdil 63-99



ORDERS
Fresh Picked Peas
Cream 40b
S20 per bushel
un- shelled
$45 per bushel
Shelled
863-990-0357
863-990-0359

6090 MUSICAL

AnFtue Estey Organ boks
& sounds beautiful $450
(94114811198


6090 MUSICAL
BabyGrard Krakauer
Bros Needs some miror
work $500 obo
(941 76 90218
Beginnrg Paw Lessons For
Adulls 1699, Engd 45
min/$20 466 99
BUNDY CLARAINET A0
Gmersonflute, 0 0 SOLD
IN ONE DAo
FA w/vacal Eliminator 12
CH/1030 watts 941323
5863

6095 MEDICAL

Adjuslab win extra bng
bed massage, like new
high quality, pad $27
Will sacrl e for $575
(941)6245745
Ebc Scooterr for Hand
capped, Elie Traebr,
wheel new 5ml on
charge $160 (863)494
5305
Hoveround ec chair,
hd o nd nd 2500/obo
(941)5443999
Madral Companon Chair
Never Used New $250
Must Serl $125 bo 941
6262452

6100 HEALTWBEAUTY


Learnabout our
persaralea meighut-loss
program Helpsc i trol
hunger haselee and
afftoirdabte
Call l-d6-57709 o
gcnutritn com
Large heating unit for Spa
Hydrocoltor M2 $100
(941 )4450654

6110TREES & PLANTS

CCCSOfUT PALMS,
Queen Plim, Oaks,
E Plaka holly
(941)-474-0527
Nem Tres no skeeters
Ifs, arls, 2903 medural
purposes 8534915149
LeeK

PL MER A TREE'S,
FROM HAWAI, BING
HAWAII TO YOUR
BACKIYAR OR PATIO,
26 VARIETIES C
COORS, F MER #
WAS 6242207
NEW # IS 941-628-
0410 CALL'S ONL
AFTER 4 PiM PLEASE
Vibuum, GOod p c cy
redie $250/up Cconut,
Adnidia, Fish Fox Tail
Palms 941-481 7291

6125 GOLF
ACCESSORIES

202 EZ GOs
wridshe, sun tops,
chargers $1395 +tax
(9416257969
4 Irons Sets Ping Eye II
Cobra Hogan No junk
$99$2799410972996
Gol Carl, EGO hard op,
se curtain, 36 vo, very
good cond $2,00( 941
7431017
OLFCLUBS set of Dun
bp, bag and pull car,
$75 (941) 4291148

6128 EXERCISE
FITNESS

Proorm 56 Bike exercs
er, w/ built in an, po
grams & weights $10
SOLD
Treadmill sasb Caderce
78e $100 SOLD
WEIDER Pro Mght bench
wlfee weights &g
attach $100, Brunsek
air ockey tabb works
great $150
(941)4841198

6130 SPORTING
GOODS
41 REM MAG, RCBS 3de
set RN SWC, like rew,
atlory loads, 40 bulbts,
50 aeads, empty cases
$75 cash Call(941)492
9180
AR 15 Smlh and Wasson
&P A3 Flat top NATO
chambeed, 24 stainless
bull barm elaluminum fIat
tute bss than 50 rds ied
$975firm 9413306121
Berretta b del 96, StairF
ss sleel New In Box w
many arcessores 350
(941 4234377
(94 16627058
Civil War, WWII Guns,
Sawrds Daggers et
Wate PaydingF up to
$903 forGl 45s&
German Lugers
(941)7055145



(941)697-185 |

For sale custom AR with
extras 223 cal $37
9410617103
Marlin Mod 60 w/book,
Ammo Case $175 941
266533


6130 SPORTING 6190 TOOL
GOODS MACHINERY

Lades Taybr made Irons Drill Press MOer Saw,
Mods, gol bag, putter& Scroll Saw, I" 5" Bae
6 doz pre owned gol Sander Gnrder, All hew
balls $160 (941)766 Craftsman $50 ea hew
8867 S Skil Sa $20 Like aw
_r_ nob ph_ eTable Saw S6 5 Bard Sa
rls sKing Cobagraphie $35 HandTools $175 $1
irons 3pw $150 Lady & Up 1040 T al Asv
Cobra graphie vnods I 3 p C 94125504048
57 $125, putter&extras
(941)4833557 ~nce Gererator, BES engire,
Ptol, SI P29 9m Ilike new $500 obo &
PrIst SIG P239, 9m Assictd tools 627075
extras, exc $48 obo ------------
(94162P4187 Milling machine 8X30
Pil, Spn ld XD40 tab, M axis DRO w/rCN
tI pr4t XD40 colets & homing head
stainless su cmpact Vey accrae W30 Firm
I me od $495obo 941429 1952
(941 6284187 414421
PFORTABLE 650 vwatte
Ri, 22 bolt action erator 13hp Honda
>65obo 9 mm erringer engire 120/240
$150 Bingcash&fdrruei rp~epals 7galfueltank
cense9414298409 like rew, nemr ued
WANTED Mod 17 slide $595 9415050911
onlyforgbck9mm (941 Rertal Equip Business
6370150 e E
SCbsng Everything Mus
6135 BIC ji MAKE OFFER I Pine
6135BICYCLES/
Takes All 9416245800
TRICYCLES or 9411 25848 1

2 means Cab, alum 6 whie alum trnk cap
spd, re tiles VG cord 68WX77 L $250
$1159414814035 941441-16A
Tralmate Joyrder 3 195FARM
wheeler like new pad 615 FM
00, ell $325, IPMENT
94163740973
94INEN973_ Case 510B, 4 cyl, gas,
6145POOLSRV w/loaer PTO 3 Pt
& SUPPLIES $6,70, (941) 397613
I ~ LONG 2 cyl Desel Tradetor
2 personportabb dry heat w/rmote hyd, 6 bush
sauna, $1,750 941391 hog, angle blade $4800
2747 941380-989
6-Person Hot ljb $100
You discom/ remove 62200 FFICBUSINESS
(94) 639418 EQUIP SUPPLIES
SFVHOT TUB 5 person 2 WRy MCE EMECU-
rever used, pelect cond TIE DESKS LIKE NEW
t on cover, light delered $450/EA (941)-223-
to you $130 (727)466 4781
7065
_____ HLUREDS OF Re-
1 LAWN & GARDEN oied desks, flbs, airs,
6160LANGARDEN cornl tabs, vilkstateans
oFFICE O JFITTERS
20056 Emak bzer Z 51 8S1 EwnceAve nrek
cut 27hpKhhbr257[ours 48E57015 80)33C09215
5,200 9417160278
Industrial cutter on pbt
42 Ring Mower, MTD form 3Ad bbde cuts
id Mchire, lke rew, paper metal $33, (941
used once must l 7 2707799
speed shlfunlthego,
$775(941R9798429 6231 BIRDS
BBQ Grill, 33SS, 2yrs od
cost $200 ell lor $30 1 1/2 year od female
SoldIIII 1st DflIII ecktus w/cage Hand ted
fo &fr$nd_ f/ $S70000
Craftsman II self propped 9412049110
60 h p mower good
$12 (941)6394906 Dbl Wde McCaw Cage,
32 X 64 X 70/pay inn
Craftsman Rider, auomat makes 2 cages $250
ce, can, 42" moaer obo Gen Creek
$500 941 4232746 Conures, hard d $140
Grately rear engine rer ea Green Cheek pairs for
ary Nice 2yrs od $500 sab, (941)7646234
(94145448321 nre ExtlraL Wrnought In bird
John Ceere sel propelled cage $125 (941)429
mower, 21" cut, $3 6344
'SOCLD' Hard Fed Baby
Murray Edger Trimmer, Cockatls 40 & U
$90 "SOLD- (941 624-4947
Fouln lawn tractor 21
cut 145hp w/bagger, PARROT SALE
$500 "SOLD" SPOON-FED
riders ard push A I cor 5 BabyMacws
dilon $50 o $500 Africa Greys, Sis
9412680917 625-3463 & Ma Oties ton
--------- 6 $10 Food, cages,
Selprop $175 moer toys Credt Cards &
$90 Ton Rder $350 bar s up
frdge1 75623102 941-475-1728

6170 BUILDING
SUPPLIES Parrot each

DESIGNER LAMINTED WA can accept the bld
FLCORIIG M ver use thatyou can no longer
0% thcer $55 sq ft care or W also adopt
Must ell 239334-4839 out to approve
homes Smallto large
EtERGYSAW TTJAN paints
TJIOJESSWTE Pam 815-079
fEA1ERS Save Patria 575-7702
money- Save space Judy 629-1594
$2 49 0 FACTORY
DIRECT PICEl ZEBRA FINCHES, beedring
vipa a~eBsireacs roe pair w/ 4 babes in cage,
m $80 or $10 ea baby
(941-492-5675 (9416284791

aRBLE fllonrng Turkish, 6232 CATS
/4 thck, 12X24 Comm
grade $350 sq ft 941 FREE CATS 2 LOVIN
2574259 ADULT MALES 941204
5892
PATIO DOOR 5892
W/SCREEN, hever HIMLA4YAN Kitten, LyrA
instalbd, w/hardware P Health cert CFA, 8
$200 or best wks$475 9416243177
offer(941)37 5777 S le & oold low
Vanity NEW 33 med I a warn, cudly ad
color mwod $40 obo need tat special some-
(941R285601 0ne to oter me uill I
^____ ^ my t~eter home If
610 HEAVYICONST youind d kl theob nme
EQUIPMENT a tst parent plea
contactChelatSncoast
Vemeer Log Chipper Hi nane SocI 474
$7,500 (9416240355 7M84ext418

6190 TOOLS/ 233 DOGS
MACHINERY

B&D Plunge Router ard flm RF U
ab 1/4HP like rw Maw to Choose From
$S5 (941 48,4035 Our Qualy Pupples
Are waort your Drive
Craftsman Pair Ladder Pnpesst gat
Jaks $25, 941285 E601 $2 Peand of Sara-
CDea 16' Scoll saw $40 sota 941-343-972
Slhp Brigs & Stratton RFmi n RImxtbS
$40 Bkck & D$ ker ntor CHIHUAHUA Puppies 7 wks
/8hp $20, Tractr seat adorable call 83491
$5(941)4263112 5494


6233 DOGS

DACHSHUND PUPPIES 2
fem, I Bick&tan I red
Srlslt date S250, 941
9161185
GERMAN SHEPHERD
AKC regstered Ger.
man Imports SUPER
SUPER TEMPERAMENT
$95l/ea Inc all shots
941-766-9412
W asWk9 comr
IMPS Mnrn lRescue has
Miniature Pinchers for
adoption Applcation, re
erences, and donaon
requled Chek out our
websrLe at
www/minninser.onra
or callus at Tampa (813)
9267963 Our fee num
ber is l 77 minpn






Chocolate AKC + K
dew clus removed
dewormed 2 sts of
shns $660
941-286-7623
LABRACCODLES CKC
Regisleed, Heath Cert
SWats Champ Bbodlines
otly Tralred, Must See
$500 2395652639
Labidor, black ready for
loving homes AKC reg
1st shots&ftve ce M&
F, Bom 03/30/08 Paris
on sle Call 941 441040
for appointment
MMN DALUCHA PUPS
Adorable, bck/brnnd,
CKCReg+ Stats (941)-

Pit Bull mab, all shts,
neutered, cpped ears,
good dog $250 obo
(941)8897859
Puppes Varely Small
breads 12wks to 18 me
$200 up (94114 4191
Skg* & looIukin trlow
I am war cuddy and
need Iat specl soe-
one t foser me unti I
fid y trevr home If
you woiud Ike t ecom
a este part please
contact Ched at Suncoast
Humane Soclety 474%
7A4 ext 418
TOY PODLECKC fe,8
wks cale au lit, shos &
HC $450,6 32794
Yoe pups 8 wks HC,
AK, $475, I rke pup,
Ma, A 5 1/2 mths, all
shols 831494569

YORK
Tny, Adorable,w/
ebabydollfae Reg.,
FeeVetCheck,
shots, Teacup Size
Available, Cmdit
CaidsoCC


OTHER TOY BREED
PUPPESWAPLBLE

6234 MISC PETS


6235 LIVESTOCK

Chcks $3 & up Spring
Fancy Baby DSnks, sese
Goats 8634915149
Horse boarding, Partel or
full time $250S450 N
Port(941)423a9653

6236 PET SUPPLIES
& SERVICES

PET LOVER S DEAM!
Pictures of your taronte
pet bcke lforer in te
beauty of retural black
marbb by ber beam For
appt in your home call
Irninfy Laser Works Inc
(941)625-7151

6250 APPLIANCES

$40 SERVE CALL The
Areas most trusted ApplF
arce Repair Sere, serving
PC, NP EnFbonde Ms
can f il 9414739484
2ND HANDTREASURE
StrD w^B Relrig l1i+


DISHWASHER Whirlpool
like new $175 obo Call
(94112769544
Feezer, chest 7 cu ft EX
Cond $100/obo (941)
426 526 Ntorth For
FREEZER, Frrdalre, 116
cf, like rew, 200 941
7434125
Freezer, white, upright,
very good cord $275
(941)2350142
Looking for ob applarces
and/or scrap metal Will
Haul Free 941204 308
Maytag sde by sid rewer
refrigerator $350, Di-
waster, reer $175, Kerh
more Stooe $200 (941)
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6250 APPLIANCES

GIVING
STACKWASH/DY, $175
CALL FOR INFO/WILL
NEOTIATE $ (941)80
6447 MUST GO NOW
REF Whirlpool sideby
sde, e/water disp 216
fc Bisque $250 (941)
5754751
REFRIG, Lig Aman
w/frostflee freezer $250
9414924149


22cugttop freezer,

Only3Srs old Ash
Ing $400 Cea 941-
623-9454

W/D set $250, W/D saCk
abb $350 Retrgerantor
$110, Dyr $756253102
WASERS/DRYER S
$139 each or
$270 Set
I Yea Warrantr
941-766-0226
Ken Waler & Dryer $1
SUp rirgi Freezer $G
* GE Range $100
* Refrdg $125
(941) .492-6698
WASHER, DRER & efrtr
all white $75 ea 941
6215562 vmsg
Washer/Drer, $125 ea
$239/pr Eadelbnt condL
Ion Delimred I year war
ranLy (941 750609

6260 MISCELLANEOUS

"Fresh Jumbo Key
West SHRIMP
ARRIVING NOW
$599 LB 9410232100
125 gal fish tank w/stand
lights, flter & other acces
sores 55 gal acryla fish
tank waccessores $450
(94123204473
4 Coz Magic TShirt
assot Change cobr in te
sun Englewood rame
drp $283 4750776
Commercel cbthing
rarks rew, sain chrome
finish 24 W a to 75 H
250 avail @ $20 ea
(941 6373822
DAYBED, $69 Cmpe
akps $119 sm Ham
ouIOg 39 (94>1
2694767
EXERCISE BIKE $100
Spot Bo, $50 both like
rew (94147430772
Full sz Soep Number Bed
$50 GE S3e By Se, ice
maker $190 (863a494
1611
OLDE TYE THRIFT STORE
221 W Langrer, Engwod
Tues thnr Sat lam4pm
4500sf of od Stuff
PIrall & Arcade
Cash pad $20to
$1000
Working or Not
(a63)-55a-01o9
6270 WANTEDTO
BUYITRADE
A COLLECTOR BUYING
wristwatches & pocket
wastcres, working or raO,
costume nelry, knries
sards, weapons, millary
& flie dept +iciegartte
lghters (94l)4129391
Cash for Estates, Sterling
Slker, C Coins Furni
ture, Painings Anything
Od 9934587
A COLLECTOR BING
ad Fising Lures,
Rods, Reels 941-743-
91141 PAY THE MOST
WAR SOUVENIRS
Apprased or purchased
Denny@ 9412442333

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BUSINESS HOURS

Monday Friday

7am -1pm
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