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Creator: Venice Gondolier Sun
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Publication Date: July 7, 2010
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VENICELOCAL NEWS COVER TO COVER FLORIDA'S NO. 1 WEEKLY NEWSPAPER





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By KIM COOL
FEATUREs EDITOR

Venice Theatre and
Venice both profited
from the American As-
sociation of Community
Theatre International
Festival 2)1() held re-
cently.
Representatives of
theaters in 1() countries
on four continents fell in
love with the theater and
its city.
AACT board members
liked it so much they
voted to bring it back in
2()14. That is a first and, if
Venice Theatre's manag-
ing artistic director Mur-
ray Chase has anything
to do with, it could lead
to Venice becoming the
permanent home of the
festival, as it once was
the home of the Ringling
Bros. and Barnum &
Bailey Circus.
"If we can increase the


out-of-state participation
by 5() percent and I think
wve can," Chase said,
"that will put Venice on
the map and that should
keep it here for good."
The economic impact
of the week-long festival
was felt by merchants to
the tune of more than
$5()(,()()(, which included
more than 4()( hotel
nights plus countless
restaurant meals and
purchases at stores all
over town, Chase added.
"The theater has
everything you could
want," said Brazilian ac-
tor, puppeteer and circus
performer Caio Stolai
from Sao Paulo. "I love it
here. I want to live here."
Stolai presented a
one-man show, "Circo
Poeira," a loving trib-
ute to his own circus
instructor as well as to
circus in general. He did
not know until arriving


in Venice that the city
had been home to The
Greatest Show on Earth
from 196()-1992 and also
the home of the circus'
Clown College and his
personal hero, famed
aerialist Tito Gaona. The
two spoke by phone as
Gaona is in Boston at
his aerialist school for
the summer. Gaona is
interested in bringing
Stolai back to the U.S. to
perform and possibly to
teach. Stolai, with tears
in his eyes for Venice's
circus history, just wants
to come back.
"Several people were
seriously looking at con-
dos," Chase said
Other impacts in what
otherwise is a difficult
month for business
after Snowbird season
stretched as far as the
John and Mable Ringling
Museum of Art, which
was a big draw to many


out-of-town visitors. Also
reaping benefits were car
rental companies and
the Tampa and Sarasota
airports. In addition to
the acting troupes that
came to Venice, people
came from all over the
country simply to see the
performances.
"We haven't missed an
AACT festival since there
were festivals," Jerome
I~hite said. He is a pro-
fessor of mathematics
at the University of New
Hampshire, and came
with his wife Patricia.
With the announce-
ment that the festival
will return to Venice in
four years, the potential
condo buyers and the
professor may not be
the only ones returning.
For 36 years, this qua-
drennial festival always
moved to a new theater,

THEATER | 3


SUN PHOTO BY KIM COOL


Timothy Mooney of Chicago, who had a booth at the AACT
International Theatre Festival to promote his one-man-shows,
performed his"Moliere Than Thou"as a replacement for
Zimbabwe's troupe that was unable to make the trip at the last
minute.


BROOKY BROWN
PROJECTs EDITOR
When Venice Police
Department Chief Julie
Williams went before city
council members on May
25 to update them on her
department's activities,
it did little to squelch the
voices of the disgruntled.
In an effort to dem-
onstrate that the major-
ity are happy with the
Chief's performance, the
Fraternal Order of Police
Venice Lodge 57, took a
vote of confidence for
the chief on June 1()-11.
The vote, which was by
anonymous paper ballot,
came back 6()/4() in favor
of the way the chief runs
the department. The FOP
concluded it was a ma-
jority vote and demon-
strated its confidence in
the department's admin-
istration, according to a
press release sent to the
PG dolie Sun fr VPD
O fcer oep IroMmcGee,
president of the FOP.
In part, the press re-
lease stated:
"This vote assures the
n esent andhemitnircseof
Police Department is a
unified agency and as
always will serve and
protect its community to
the best of its ability."
Chief~illiams also has
the support of her boss,
Venice City Manager
Isaac Turner.
"I absolutely support
the chief," Turner said.
'As does council. No one
is trying to say she is do-
ing a bad job."
Turner, however, may
have underestimated
Councilman Emelio Car-
lesimo, who continues
to question the Chief 's
management style
through conversations


and e-mails to Turner,
claiming he is concerned
about the public percep-
tion of the department.
In a recent e-mail, he
asked to be kept spe-
cifically apprised of how
Turner is handling the
"situation."
The present contro-
versy centers around
officer Demitri Serianni.
A review of his file shows
both commendations
and write ups. Currently,
Serianni is on a perfor-
mance improvement
plan.
A performance im-
provement plan is a
tool companies and
organizations use to give
employees an oppor-
tunity to improve their
work performance when
they are not meeting
expectations. The plan
outlines the problems,
the solutions and the
steps to achieve success.
Frequent reviews are


held during the PIP time
frame and disciplines
may take many forms up
to and including termi-
nation if the employee
doesn't show consistent
and sustained improve-
ment over the life of the
plan. Serianni's PIP is a
6-month plan.

EvaluationS
Looking back, Serianni
received a good evalu-
ation in March 2()(6,
receiving three excellent
in the areas of education,
ethics and vehicle opera-
tions.
Officers receive grades
of excellent, fully satis-
factory, satisfactory and
unsatisfactory.
The most notable com-
ments made by Serianni's
supervisors, Sgt. Kevin
McGrath and Deputy
Chief Dan McGoogan in
the 2()(6 evaluation were
that Serianni had be-


come a firearms instruc-
tor and field training of-
ficer that year. He worked
willingly and agreeably
with higher level supervi-
sors and he was consid-
ered flexible and agree-
able. The evaluation also
indicated that Serianni
had "tremendous" poten-
tial to become a detective
and a supervisor down
the road in his career.
In March 2()(7, Serian-
ni received five excellent
in the areas of dealing
with stress and perfor-
mance under pressure,
decision making, educa-
tion, job knowledge and
knowledge of policies
and procedures. He re-
ceived one unsatisfactory
for taking two much sick
time. He had a couple of
notable comments in this
evaluation from supervi-
sors Sgt. Troy Crepeau
and Chief Julie Williams.

POLICE | 5


SUN PHOTO BY JUSTIN FENNELL


BY KATE BAXTER
STAFF WRITER

Ten days.
For someone poised to
lose his driver license, it's
not a lot of time.
Or is it?
Florida motorists can
continue getting behind
the wheel 1() days fol-
lowing a DUI arrest if
they've been released
on bond before the
Department of Motor
Vehicles commences
an intricate process to
suspend or revoke their
Florida driver license.
While it may seem


generous for a person
jUSt arrested on suspi-
cion of driving under
the influence, the 1()-day
grace period, as some
call it, is often just a brief
reprieve before the state
comes down hard on DUI
offenders.
And, it starts with the
suspension or revocation
of one's driving privileges
for months, years, or for
some repeat offenders,
life.
"My clients are con-
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- losing their license and

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from an officer have resulted in a series of responses from Chief Julie Williams.


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THEATER: International theater foretells a bright future for Venice


SUN NEWSPAPERS 3A


The work you and Lori
and all of the Venice
volunteers did was by far
the best I've experienced
in many festivals. Every-
one, from the hotel clerk,
to waiters and waitresses,
to merchants in the
stores, staff at Sharky's
and the Yacht Club, and
anyone I met made me
feel welcomed, wanted,
and appreciated.
"...It was one of the
best festival experiences
ever. I can't wait to come
back in 2014.
"...Venice is a true
example of the spirit of
community when in-
volved with community
theatre."


Chase's wife Lori was
the festival organizer,
with help from the the-
ater's assistant director
Allan Kollar and facili-
ties manager Kim Kollar.
More than 500 other
employees and volun-
teers got involved in all
the minutiae that made
this festival stand out.
They built sets for out-of-
town companies, hosted
people, drove people and
took guests sightseeing
as far away as Sarasota.
If an occasional glitch
occurred, there was a
solution.
Even when the troupe
from Zimbabwe failed to
arrive at the last minute


because of travel com li-
cations, there was a sub-
stitute act in the house
ready and willing to go
on. Timothy Mooney of
Chicago had come to
the festival as a vendor
to promote his one-man
shows, including "Mo-
liere Than Thou" which
he created by turning
Moliere's major plays
into iambic pentameter
and then selecting pas-
sages from several to
forge his show. With a
round-top trunk fillewith
costumes in his car, he
not only saved the day by
filling in for the two can-
celed performances but
reaped plenty of laughter


and a clause for his per-
formances. Enjoying the
Moliere show as much as
anyone was Venice The-
atre's own Moliere actor
Ron Myroup who won an
award as Tartuffe at the
state festival 2001 and
appeared as Arnolphe
in "School for Wives,"
which Venice Theatre
took to state and regional
contests in 2008.
Chase attributes much
of the success to the size
of Venice.
"Venice combines the
good points of a small
town plus the sophistica-
tion of a larger town," he
said. "If the town were
bigger it would lose its


charm. If it were any
smaller it would not have
the resources."
The visitors came, they
saw and Venice won.
At the final awards
dinner at Venice Yacht
Club, after all the honors
were awarded to various
actors, the big winners
were Venice Theatre and
the city of Venice.
Mark your calendar
for Festival in Paradise
in June 2014 at Venice
Theatre. For information
on current productions,
call the box office at 488-
1115.


kcool@venicegondolier.com


It's often overlooked,
according to Haenel, by
a motorist who perhaps
is concentrating on his
court date.
He will end up going to
court and learning that
license suspensions are
not handled through the
courts, Haenel said.
Instead, all matters re-
lated to driving privilege
penalties are handled
by the DMV's Bureau of
Administrative Review,
which has more than a
dozen offices across the
state.

Hu rd leS

Garnering approval
to get back behind the
wheel isn't easy -and
if successful, it's done
in small increments at
a time and with condi-
tions.
The first hurdle is
obtaining a temporary
permit that allows a
driver to operate his car
for business purposes for
a period of 42 days.
If a motorist is un-
successful, he will be
forbidden from operat-
ing a motor vehicle for
either 30 days or 90 days,
depending on whether
he agreed to a breath test
at the time of arrest.
Not until that period
expires, and the driver
is signed up for DUI
school, can a DUI of-
fender apply for a hard-
ship license, according to
Haenel.
For those successful
in obtaining the special
permit, another hearing
is typically scheduled
to fight the suspension
altogether.


The hearing itself re-
sembles a court proceed-
ing, in which attorneys
can subpoena officers
and argue evidence and
legal issues, Haenel said.
Often times, DMV
hearings are resolved
quite a time ahead of the
court case, and driv-
ing privileges can be
suspended or restored
while the criminal case is
pending, Haenel said.
The two matters,
criminal and license sus-
pension, are not affected
by one another.
The decision of the
department shall not be
considered in any trial,
and the disposition of
any related criminal pro-
ceedings shall not affect
a suspension or disquali-
fication, according to the
DMV.
Florida driver license
holders can also be pe-
nalized for DUI arrests
out-of-state.
Forty-five states,
including Florida, par-
ticipate in the Inter-
state Driver's License
Compact, an agreement
between departments of
motor vehicles to share
DUI conviction informa-
tion about drivers.
The agreement al-
lows the Florida DMV to
impose stricter penalties,
Howard said.
"If another state has a
stricter sentence, then
anything that the state
may want to apply will
be used (by the Florida
DMV)," she said. "So,
at a minimum, we have
our law and anything
we have from other
states," she said.
Illinois, for example,


imposes a minimum
one-year driver's license
suspension for a first-
time DUI conviction.
A Florida driver license
holder arrested and
convicted for DUI in Il-
linois can face that stiffer
license penalty, accord-
ing to Howard.

Lock-u p
While license suspen-
sions can deter DUls,
one group thinks the
best way to prevent
impaired motorists from
being on the road is an


ignition interlock de-
vice, a mechanism that
requires a driver to per-
form a breath test before
a car can be started.
The device is not man-
datory for first-time DUI
offenders in Florida, but
Mothers Against Drunk
Driving believes it should
be.
"our major concern is
an offender driving with-
out that safety device
installed in their vehicle,"
said Todd Rosenbaum,
state executive direc-
tor of MADD Florida.
"Once that component


is installed, an impaired
driver would be prevent-
ed from starting the car."
He said studies show
the requirement of the
interlock devices cuts
down on drunk driving
re-arrests.
"(They) are the most
successful tool in pre-
venting DUls and deter-
ring recidivism," he said.
MADD supports legis-
lation that would require
the device to be installed
in the car of every con-
victed offender, for every
DUI conviction, he said.
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FROM PAGE 1
making it a once-in-a-
lifetime opportunity for
any one theater. Venice
Theatre and its produc-
tion of what many called
the best ever festival
changed all that.
Following is an excerpt
from an e-mail sent to
Chase by Frank Peot
AACT secretary for the
past 20 years.
"Murray, tl e week in
Venice was wonder-
ful. From the moment
I arrived I felt at home
and welcomed. Everyone
treated me like they had
known me for years and
were my best friends. The
whole week ran smoothly
and was a fantastic time.


DUI: For some, 10O-day grace period is just the calm before a storm


FROM PAGE 1

jail," said defense attor-
ney David Haenel, who
handles more than 200
DUI cases in Southwest
Florida a year.
Those penalties are not
mutually inclusive.
"When you get arrested
for DUI in Florida, there's
two different processes
that go on. It's like a tree
with two branches,"
Haenel said. "One is the
criminal case ... the other
is the driver's license
(through the Department
of Motor Vehicles)."
And, if successful with
the latter, which typi-
cally moves quicker, a
motorist could be out on
bond and back behind
the wheel for weeks or
months before the case is
resolved in court.
But, it's more compli-
cated than it sounds, said
Haenel, of the Sarasota-
based law firm Fine-
bloom & Haenel. Many
Florida drivers arrested
for DUI will have lost
their driving privileges
before ever contacting a
lawyer, he said. It's often
due to ignorance.
A first-time DUI of-
fender faces up to a
minimum one-year
revocation of his driver's
license, according to Ann
Howard, spokeswoman
for the Florida Depart-
ment of Motor Vehicles.
To wage any kind of
challenge against that
sanction, a person must
file with the DMV no
later than 10 days after
his arrest.
The deadline is listed
on the back of a DUI
ticket.


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Additional services for
both men and women
include manicure; artifi-
cial nails; facial massage
and skin care; waxing
the body and facial hair
removal.
From Vietnam, the
Pham's came to New
Jersey in 1990 where
they worked with their
family, moving to
Sarasota in 2004. They
opened their first Venice
salon in 2007 and, with
increased demands for
their services, they have
expanded.
Salon hours are 9 a.m
to 6:30 p.m. Monday to
Saturday, call 485-6168.

Reopening
Temporarily closing
this month to reopen in
August following renova-
tions and installation of
new equipment, includ-
ing a cappuccino coffee
machine, is Bella Brezza
restaurant, 900 Venetia
Bay Blvd., across from
the Hampton Inn.


"\Ve didn't really feel
it that much until June
when business got re-
ally slow. For us to stay
open and pay someone
to work for us is terrible
and not worth it," said
Debra Licata, co-owner.
Next month when they
reopen they have wed-
dings booked and will
have completed renova-
tions.

Crafts for family
With a passion to do
something for fun, Pam
Cameron learned to sew
at 12 years old. Now she
has created a fun craft
place where people can
come to enjoy creating
personal items, Sew Fun,
528 E. Venice Ave., next
to Troll Music.
There will be craft
classes for making gifts,
fabrics for quilts, cloth-
ing, fabric, beads, jew-
elry, handmade pillow
cases, vases, frames and
tote bags. For youngsters
there are to be two kids'


camps for starting basic
sewing.
In the store are notion
accessories for sewing
and a range of Viking
sewing machines.
A Florida resident for
28 years, Cameron is a
realtor broker and has
been a director of the
local American Cancer
Society for the past seven
years.
The store is open Tues-
days to Saturdays from
10 a.m. to 4 p.m., call
488-9888.

The answers

Questions about air
conditioning can be
answered by viewing the
new sleekly designed and
highly interactive veb
site www.andersonair.
com recently launched
by Anderson Service for
Home & Business, 400 S.
Seaboard Ave.
"Our goal was to
develop a1Veb site the
community can turn
to allowing us to be


more accessible and an
informational resource
about the many other
services we offer," said
Bill Byars, executive
vice president. With
more than 100 years
in business and more
than 60 trucks on the
road, Anderson is one
of the largest and most
experienced HVAC
contractors and service
providers serving the
Gulf Coast from Tampa
to Everglades City. Call
483-4229.

Satisfaction award
One of 109 dealer-
ships across this country
recognized for excellent
customer satisfaction by
Winnebago Industries
with a 2010 Circle of Ex-
cellence award was R.V.
World Inc. of Nokomis,
2110 N. Tamiami Trail,
Nokomis, just north of
S.R. 681, managed by
Ed Davidson, general
manager.
One of Florida's larg-


est RV dealerships on
13 acres of land, the
company operates three
large buildings for sales
of large RVs, small RVs
and the parts and service
center.
Call 966-2182.

5-Star party
Celebrating success
in receiving the highest,
a 5-Star rating from the
U.S. Government Site
for Medicare, is Harbor-
Chase, 950 Pinebrook
Road.
It is a combined rating
for health inspection,
staffing and quality
measures said Melinda
Mudge, director of com-
munity relations.
At this time Harbor-
Chase is the only 5-Star
rated community in this
area. The celebration
party, open to the public,
is on July 15 from noon
to 6 p.m.
Call 484-8801.

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Increasing demand
has encouraged Heidi
and Tom Pham to re-
cently open their second
Venice salon, Tip Top
Nails & Spa, 317 Jaca-
randa Blvd., near Publix
in the new Jacaranda
Commons Shopping
Center. Three years ago
they launched Tip Top
Nails, 2007 in Villa Vene-
zia Plaza on East Venice
Avenue.
The new location has
pedicure facilities for 10
adults and two children.
"This is our new
special service for young
children," said Tom
Pham.


By ROGER BUTTON
BUSINEWS COLUMNIST

Last week one of the
few buffets in Venice,
Dimitri's Home-Style
Buffet, 405 North U.S.
41 Bypass, closed. I had
the opportunity to find
out the reasons for the
closing by speaking to the
owner, Dimitri Syros.
With 45 years' experi-
ence in the restaurant
business, Syros was no
newcomer 12 months ago
when he announced the
reopening of his restau-
rant.
"I am the happiest man
in the world," he said
then,
Following extensive
renovation, including
interior and exterior
painting and remodeling
the 140-seat dining room,
Dimitri's opened in Sep-
tember. Serving buffets
for breakfast, lunch and
dinner, it was open seven
days a week and provided
employment for 14 local
people.
cl1liene months later it
During the past year,
Nick's Neighborhood
Cafe, 759 Shamrock Blvd.,
owned and operated by
his son, Nick Syros, also
closed.
Dimitri Syros had oper-
ated the same restaurant
for nine years as Dimitri's
Country Buffet. Decid-
ing to retire, he closed
it in 2008 and moved to
Michigan. Upon return-
ing to Venice last year, he
said, "I never thought I
would miss Florida and
my customer friends so
much."


New owners acquired
the location in July 2008,
opening Theo's Restau-
rant, but they had an
extremely brief operat-
ing period, closing it five
weeks later.
Asked why he recently
closed, Syros said taxes
and insurance went up,
rent was high and the
income could not sustain
the business. He said fast-
food restaurants had hurt
him too, by reducing their
prices.
"Even when I was of-
fering all you can eat for
less, which would have
cost $15-$20 elsewhere,
people who are out of
work, husband and/or
wife, cannot afford to
come in or bring their
family," said Syros.
During the past nine
months it was hard to get
workers in for lunch, and
recently he had dropped
the breakfast buffet.
During the first nine
years when he operated
the restaurant there was
always a summer drop-

si bu tis reaer iws
60 percent.
"I am sorry it hap-
pened, but local people
need to support local res-
taurants providing very
good food," said Syros.
Up and down U.S. 41,
restaurant owners are
crying, said Syros. In
Tampa and St. Petersburg
a lot of restaurants have
closed also.
Speaking from Michi-
gan, he said business was
better there. Restaurants
in areas affected by car
manufacturing were suf-
fering, but where there


were suburban workers,
there was a lot of action.
Commercial Realtor
George Huhn of Cold-
well Banker believes this
summer will be challeng-
ing for Venice restaurant
owners because there
is an excess supply of
"seats" available. Restau-
rants are competing for
a shrinking number of
discretionary consumer
dollars.
With the local economy
continuing to struggling
over the summer, con-
sumers will tighten their
spending, cutting back on
eating out, new clothes
or going to the movies,
When dining out, they
will gravitate toward res-
taurants offering specials,
he believes.
That will present a
problem for local own-
ers already dealing with
razor-thin margins and
$1 menus at fast-food
chains.
"I don't even want to
consider the potential
fallout should oil appear
on our beaches," said

For many this will be a
"make or break summer."
Huhn said he expects
several closings during
the summer months,
stressing the importance
of residents supporting
locally owned restaurants.
Potentially, it could make
all the difference to the
local business commu-
nity.
"Think globally and
spend locally," said Huhn.



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using his knowledge of
policies and procedures
in a more positive way
to improve the agency's
overall organizational
objectives. He improved
his interactions with his
peers, and the public,
even receiving a letter
of commendation from
a citizen and he made
a "big" improvement in
his interaction with his
supervisors.
At this meeting his
lieutenant said Serianni
app eared to have had a
change of heart regard-
ing how he approached
his work. "He now makes
what appears to be an
honest effort to work
with his supervisors to
reach the squad and
departmental goals and
objectives through a
strong work ethic and a
positive team spirit. He
is emerging as a squad
leader often organizing
traffic details."
Chiefl~illiams wrote:
"Officer Serianni's efforts
are greatly appreciated.
Good job!"
By his 2()(9 evalua-
tion, Serianni had been
reinstated to the firearms
training program, was
said to have a sound
manner with people and
had mended some fences
from prior years with
supervisors.
Serianni was com-
mended for making huge
strides. The report noted
his strongest contribu-
tion was channeling
some of his leaders 9
skills to coordinate traffic
details within the squad.
But there were still
areas of concern.
"He still has a tendency
to get too involved in
some of the peripheral
issues that swirl around
the de artment. He
needs not to focus on
those and continue the
good work he produced
in the last year. He could
use some improvement
in citizen contact in the
area of field contacts.
Serianni's supervisors
for this evaluation were
Lt. Ron Solanes and Sgt.
Kevin McGrath. They
gave Serianni three excel-
lents, 21 fully satisfacto-
ries and one satisfactory.
Chief Williams wrote:
"Officer Serianni's inter-
actions with me during
this evaluation period
do not merit the ratin
noted in this document
and his conduct has not
been supportive of agen-
cy goals at times. This
has resulted in him no
longer being a part of the
Fraternal Order of Police
management meetings I
hold each month.

Performance

In his April 2)1() evalu-
ation, Serianmi received
no excellent, nine satis-
factories and eight unsat-
isfactories. He was cited
for low productivity in
his assigned tasks related
to traffic assignments.
The evaluation stated
S ranmi as cl imsel d

Aug. 28, 2()(9, and he
offered no explanation
for his deficiencies. He
also was not receptive to
coaching efforts, unwill-
ing to accept response i-
ity for his actions and
performance issues.
His adaptability rated
an unsatisfactory for
not improving his traffic
as gnmnd e spi u tiv-e
exp nation for c hanging
his hours to help him im-
prove them. He also sub-
mitted pay aogs wanting
to get paid an a diion l
5 percent for the new
traffic assignment.
He rated an unsatisfac-


tory in communication
for fat mg to appropri-
ately convey informa-
tion or concerns to his
supervisors. "He com-
municates by e-mail or
memo rather than dire ct
conversation with his su-


periors," who at this time
are Capt. Dave Dunaway,
Lt. Mike Rose and Sgt.
McGrath.
He received an un-
satisfactory in time
management for his lack
of success in reaching
performance objectives
and "actively opposing
any remedies to the defi-
ciencies."
His interactions with
supervisors deteriorated
earning him an unsatis-
factory for purposefully
not res ondin to su er-
visory direction, strongly
opposing his supervisors
and continued resistance
to reaching monthly
goals.
Serianni also received
unsatisfactory ratings in
the categories of comple-
tion of work and com-
pliance for the reasons
stated above.
This time his supervi-
sors had strong words
concerning Serianni's
need for improvement.
"Officer Serianni is
uncooperative, aloof and
defiant. This alienates
him from others and
prevents daily interac-
tions that would foster
good working relation-
ships. Officer Serianni
must adopt a positive
approach to his depart-
ment res onsibilities. Of-
ficer Serianni must obey
supervisors and work
with them and others
to achieve goals, objec-
tives and expectations
of the shift. He needs to
take res onsibility for
his actions and adjust to
new methods, conditions
and changes. Officer
Serianni must engage in
respectful dialogue with
others. Officer Serianni
must embrace each work
day as an opportunity to
utilize all available time
providing the best ser-
vice possible; including
self-imitiated activities.
He needs to be a positive
role model and leader
within his work group
to assist others and be
openly supportive of
them."
Following this evalua-
tion, Serianni was placed
on a PIP to help him
improve his job per-
formance. The PIP was
outlined in a meeting be-
tween Serianni and Sgt.
Troy Crepeau, Lt. Todd
Resch and Lt. Michael P.
Rose.
The PIP was drafted to
identify his job perfor-
mance deficiencies and
to provide him with
direction and a concise
plan to address those
deficiencies.
The eight areas need-
ing improvement are:
accountability, adapt-
ability, communication,
imitiative, time manage-
ment, interactions with
supervisors, completion
of work and compliance.
A couple of things of
note in this portion of
the plan include failing
to communicate with
others in the normal

courtsel tfustinss as a

problems or situations
in clear and concise
manner. Also, Seri-
anni's decision making
has been evaluated as
negatively influenced by
his personal opinions
of whether he needs to
perform assigned tasks.
Part of his compliance
requirements are to
take adppr Juiate a ion

law enforcement officer,
requiring him to leave
break or lunch periods
when backup assistance
is requested or needed.
His May 1, 2)1() bi-
weekly review of the PIP
reads like Serianni is a


chan ed man. He had
improved considerably
in every area and he was
praised for his efforts
and accomplishments.
Supervisors Resch and
Crepeau wrote, "Upon
completion of this first


two-week evaluation pe-
riod, your performance is
above satisfactory levels.
This improvement
continued until his May
28 biweekly review when
Serianni's work perfor-
mance took a nosedive
in several areas. In the
area of communication,
the report states Seri-
anni allowed a meeting
with McGrath to nega-
tively impact his attitude,
causing him to become
defensive and defiant. He
no lon er demonstrated
satisfactory performance
in traffic enforcement,
citizen contacts and
security checks, time
management, interac-
tions with supervisors,
completion of work and
compliance.

Moving forward
Recent y, Serianni
retained an attorney
who sent a letter and a
time line to City Attorney
Robert Anderson.
In the letter Serianni's
attorney states that Seri-
anni believes the PIP was
created in retaliation for
making public records
requests and his report-
ing of Lt. Rose allegedly
going to his personal
business on city time.
The letter further asks
t at Serianni be pacehb1d
on paid administrative
leave until his lawyer
returned to his office and
while all parties attempt
to negotiate a resolu-
tion. The lawyer, Gary D.
Wilson, said this would
remove his client from
the "hostile" work envi-
ronment.
That didn't happen.
In the time line, Seri-
anni comp ains because
he had to pay for copies
of an internal investiga-
tion from the previous
year to include the ad-


ministrative review and
an overturned suspen-
sion. Serianni claims that
City Clerk Lori Stelzer
told him no other police
officer has ever had to
pay.
"This records request
by Officer Serianni was
sent electronically by
him to Clerk Stelzer,
Administrative Services
Director Bullock, City
Attorney Anderson and
me," Williams said. "The
internal affairs file he
re tested is 2.5 inches
thick, a voluminous file
that also contains audio
recordings. This request
was channeled through
the Clerk's Office and
processed in accordance
with the Sunshine Act
for allowable charges.
Voluminous records are
processed in the same
manner whether they
come from an employee,
a union representative or
a member of the public."
As for Serianni's ac-
cusations against Rose
about going to his busi-
ness on work time, Vil-
liams gives the following
explanation of events.
"Lt. Rose requested
permission from his
supervisor to check on
his business from time
to time," WTilliams said.
"When first o ened, his
business was .3 of a mile
south of the City of~en-
ice border. Then his busi-
ness moved to property
that is literally adjacent
to City of Venice property
at our north border."
williams said Rose
never let his police re-
sponsibilities slide when
doing this.
"At no time did Lt. Rose
shirk his duties to protect
or serve the citizens of
Venice nor did he per-
form work at his business
while on duty for the City
of Venice," she said. "Lt.


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Capt. Dave Dunaway,
regret t eir decisions
(to ask permission and
to grant permission) for
Lt. Rose to check on his
business."
Williams rescinded
the permission as soon
as she learned of the ar-
rangement.
Villiams went on to
say that Rose was not
required y Dunaway to
ask permission each time
he dropped by his busi-
ness, but he did have to
call it in on the radio and
remain in radio contact.
"Lt. Rose was there for
minutes at a time to get
a soda and inquire as to
how things were going,"
Williams said.


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FROM PAGE 1
Though they noted his
patrol activity was in
need of some improve-
ment during the early
part of the year, in recent
months he had excelled,
volunteering to take
on additional respon-
sibilities with the field
t einng pmograAm. Thegh
in the early art of the
year he displayed some
confrontational behavior
directed at de artment
supervisors in general'
Officer Serianni has re-
cently demonstrated the
ability to work well with
his supelrvisures This is-

uinderst dings oneboth
and reso ve.
Serianni received this
personal note from Chief
Williams on his evalua-
tion: "Officer Serianni's
efforts are noticed and
appreciated. Keep up the
good work "
In his March 2()(8 eval-
uation, Serianni received
two excellent and two
unsatisfactories. Com-
ments for improvement
noted a recent issue with
the necessity of complet-
ing a crash report.
"Hisatargumennts were
failed to understand
the necessity and the
urgency of completing
such a report," the report
stated.
He received an unsat-
isfactory in the category
of initiative resulting in
the following comment:
"He resi ned from the
field training program
and was removed as a
firearms instructor this
year and his productiv-
ity numbers were below
expectation. The evalu-
ation also pointed out
his need to understand
the intent and urgency
of the policies, proce-
dures and regulations
and not use policy to get
out of work. Also in this
review, he was cautioned
to be a more positive
force with his peers and
to understand that VPD
is a service-oriented
department that expects
more from its officers.
He again was chastised
for butting heads with
current as well as past
supervisors and told that
he needed to reestablish
those relationships.
In moving forward,
Serianni was urged to
become more of a team
player, to understand
that the Police Depart-
ment is service oriented
and to approach his work
accordingly. He was told
he had enormous po-
tential as an officer, but
he needed to redirect his
energy in a more positive

m r ani seemed to
take the criticism seri-
ously and in a meeting
with his lieutenant, he
indicated he was willing
to make changes and
wanted a meeting with
him in six months to
evlaehiis pr grsd
to reestablish the con-
fide ce ofthebad inis-

the field training officer
firearms programs.
To this Chief Til-
liams added the follow-
ingc m nt: "Officer
a positive leader in the
department the choice
msh.Heish wlI Frmsato e
is welcome!
At the intermediate
evaluation in Novem-
ber 2()(8,Serianni had
improved remarkably. He
was praised for working
with squad members and


supervisors to accom-
plish the monthly goals
and objectives, exhibiting
more of a teamwork ethic
and accepting changes
with a positive attitude,
expressing a desire to be
involve d in the fire arms
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,il drilling
two years after leaving the agency
before they can begin working for an
oil company. It would require that
missed inspections Buchanan
said there were 16 specific instances
before the Deepwater Horizon explo-
sion be rescheduled.
The bill also would remove the cap
on oil companies' financial liability
in spill cases, a no-brainer in light of
the billions that BP has set aside for
the Gulf Coast cleanup and the near-
universal outrage that a limit was set
by Congress in the first place.
The MMS is under attack from all
quarters, for good reason, so it is
likely some version of this bill will
move forward as Congress looks
to restore credibility to the federal
regulatory system. Buchanan's own
credibility and his independence on
this issue will help.


Deepwater Horizon explosion,
one of the region's political fig-
ures has distinguished himself with
his leadership on the issues involv-
ing offshore oil drilling in the Gulf
of Mexico.
Rep. Vern Buchanan, R-Longboat
Key, stood apart two years ago as
fellow Republicans feverishly ral-
lied for additional Gulf oil drilling,
and he remained committed to the
longstanding prohibition on oil
and gas drilling within 125 miles of
the state's coast. Buchanan hasn't
crossed the aisle often in the past
two years, but he did on this issue.
Then, when the Obama administra-
tion moved to loosen restrictions
on oil drilling in the eastern Gulf
only weeks before the explosion,
Buchanan remained adamant in


opposition.
While many politicians in the
pro-drilling camp have been busy
backpedaling since the oil-spill
nightmare began, Buchanan's con-
sistency over the years has added to
his credibility now. It's a fortunate
bit of political positioning. But give
credit where it's due: Buchanan
has maintained all along that in-
creased drilling closer to our shores
posed too great a risk to Southwest
Florida's environment and tourist
economy. That risk is perfectly clear
now, as is the wisdom of that posi-
tion.
At a recent press conference on
Lido Key, Buchanan announced
legislation he called the "Oil Spill
Prevention Act," which could re-
form the federal regulatory system
for oil and gas drilling. Shortcuts,
incompetence and lax oversight by


the Minerals Management Service
have been widely faulted for the
Deepwater Horizon explosion, and
there is little doubt now the failure
of federal regulation shares consid-
erable blame for the disaster.
In a press release, Buchanan said,
"Federal regulators ... need to be
held accountable for failing to pro-
tect the public's safety by granting
waivers for environmental permits,
skipping inspections and negotiat-
ing jobs with the oil companies they
were responsible for regulating."
Strong words and a correct
analysis from a moderate, free-
market Republican.
The bill looks to separate MMS
functions of inspection, leasing and
revenue collection, which could
remove conflicts of interest. It would
require MMS employees to wait


bout wYay
up to the rest of the world and
raising the number of round-
abouts. With all the tourists
that visit us from Europe, this
is a surefire way to make them
feel right at home.
One of the reasons given
for why the roundabouts are
a good thing is that it they are
much safer for pedestrians too.
Now, I don't know about you
but in traversing that intersec-
tion from all corners I have
not seen one walker waiting to
cross the present intersection.
You can't really say the same
for automobile traffic. With
Jacaranda Boulevard being a
main artery for access to the
interstate, a conduit from U.S.
41, a mover of traffic from
downtown Venice and a key
to the future growth of East
Venice, you can see where a
roundabout at this location,
and eventually at Center Road,
is a natural.
Like learning to pump our
own gas at the pump, no lon-
ger getting milk delivered to
our door, sitting in a doctor's
offices instead of him making
a house call or pushing "1" on
the phone if we want English
or "2" if we want Spanish, we
will adjust to this new attack
on what used to be but is no
longer in our lives.
Personally, I like the idea for
many reasons. I firmly believe
it will slow traffic down and
make it easier to negotiate the
turn. I like it as a welcoming
point to tourists getting off the
interstate. I think a well-mani-
cured park-like setting will be
attractive instead of a drug
store on every corner, even
though I can't imagine walkers
ever using it.
Most of all I like it because it
is going to be there soon and
we all might as well like it, the
sooner the better.


Lang Capasso is publisher of
the Venice Gondolier Sun.


So Venice is going to get a
roundabout at the juncture
of East Venice Avenue and
Jacaranda Boulevard. I haven't
heard a lot of support for it but
it is coming, so you might as
well get prepared for it. I would
be willing to bet a dollar that
pretty soon you are going to be
looking at one at Center Road
and Jacaranda Boulevard too.
I am not all that familiar
with them, but they do seem
to move traffic a little better.
They put one on Manasota Key
and the end of the world was
forecast. When I looked out my
window this morning, the sun
had come up. I guess the end-
of-the-world advocates were a
little off in their predictions on
the Key.
Actually, it is about the
smallest roundabout I have
ever seen but it seems to do
the job and moves traffic.
Of course, the most famous
ones are Trafalgar Square
and the Arc de Triomphe. You
have to wonder though how a
square became a roundabout,
but it doesn't matter.
A little nearer to home we
have St. Armands Circle, and I
would think many of us have
somehow gone through that
and come out the end still liv-
ing and breathing.
I learned that about half of
the roundabouts are in France,
which has 30,000. Britain has
had roundabout since 1909
and America's first was in 1990
in Nevada, so I guess this is
the county's way of catching


ROSERITS SAY


Not festive. Fireworks -
what a waste of money when
so many people are in need.
How frightening for the ani-
mals that live around us, and
that includes domestic dogs.
It is a terrible waste of money.
And since when did fireworks
come to represent the 4th of
July, Memorial Day, Labor Day?
Is that what we celebrate -
fireworks? Ban them all.
Venting. After being a resi-
dent here for many years, I feel
I know what should be done. I
think there should be an open
forum with Sheriff Knight, with
the kids. This has to be aired.
People have to be able to vent.
I think after that, hopefully,
there could be a compnymise
and an ending to a horrible
situation.
Hot time. Ed Martin pushed
this (pet parade) through.
Emilio (Carlesimo) read a let-
ter from a veterinarian' ofce
that it wasn't a good time of
year to have it. You should do
this in cooler months, but no,
Sue Lang and Martin wanted
to have this pet parade. They
don't understand the weather
we're having. Also, the City
Manager, Isaac Turner, he
should speak up. When they
were taking on the police chief
recently, he should have spo-
ken up and told them "This is
my employee." Also, this issue
with the pet parade. He didn't
speak up. He's a puppet. Also,
the city should have given the
11igh school alumni associa-
tion something a check for a
couple hundred dollars. It was
willing to buy banners for the
Venice Theatre's festival and
a pet parade. The city doesn't
have its priorities right. This
shows the type of people we
have running our city.
Linkage. I've been thinking
about healing for my commu-
nity. I have seen people hero-
ically step up and turn tragedy
into a winning situation. For
example, strengthening and
training 9-1-1 callers. Wouldn't
it be wonderful here in Venice
if we could form some kind of
a group of young people who
would be a link to the sheriff's
office on underage drink-
ing and phony identification
cards? My guess is, Sheriff Tom


Knight would willingly provide
some resources to help a group
such as that as well as Mothers
Against Drunk Driving. There
is no pressure in the world
stronger than peer pressure. It
would only take a few young
people to make a huge differ-
ence in this community. That's
my hope.
No bending. Regarding the

Let 'em


favorite color, but Venice is
very lucky to have a success-
ful businessman giving us
an upgraded restaurant such
as Pineapples will be. Can't
anyone agree with that? The
city fathers must be afraid of
a little change of color. What's
gomng on?
Let alone. WThat else is this
councuRlege n at >hest evolved
place for boogie-boarding,
wake-boarding, jet-skiing and
water-skiing for more than 25
years. They ve come here from
up north and want to change
ever thing -overnight dock<-
ing, ~igting; the FAA. Where
cloes it stop? People come
oto hei g afae its bt ecn hree
for 25 years? They want to
come and make it their own
little world. Leave Venice
alone.
Too slow. I don't think that
there should be a no-wake
zone down here in Roberts
Bay. I think you need to go a
little faster than a no-wake
zone.
Foolishness. I agree with the
Venice Gondolier Sun's opinion
that pot laws need a new look.
There are many people in jail
or prison because they had a
small amount of marijuana
from just a couple joints. We
are pyng for them to be in
jal wduct v11 c >uld be lliving
ish and the laws need to be
cha ged.
St mach-turning. About the
oil spill: It turns your stomach
to look at the wild life. A lot of
people are blaming the United
States for wanting cheap oil.
It's not the '50s. I don't live
across the street from the GM
plant where I work. I work 40
miles away from my house.
Our country runs on gas.
Whatever happened to solar
power? We've been in the new
millennium for 10 years now.
Our cars should be plugged
into solar batteries.We
shouldn't be buying oil from
our enemies. This is where our
government comes in. Our
government and our world
governments have forced us
into a corner where we have
to buy oil from our enemies.
We have to drill offshore and
destroy our oceans doing it.
It's time we revisit alternative
forms of energy. Actually, it's
probably too late.


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T.J. Carney's restaurant column
by Lang Capasso, stating
nowhere has Tom broken the
50 percent rule. The building
was appraised at $480,000.
To stay under the 50 percent
rule, 50 percent of the cost of
the building has to go into the
building before you go over
the 50 percent. Tom's going a
million dollars into the project.
That's way over 50 percent.
How about following the rules
that everybody else in the city
has to follow? Why should the
rules be broken for one person,
whether he's employing people
or opening a place that's been
closed for a long time? They're
overlooking all the rules, and
just breaking them. What do
you do with someone who
goes over the 50 percent rule,
going two times the value of
the building and not following
the Venetian theme rules? How
can that be overlooked?
Upgrade. Green is not my


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SUN NEWSPAPERS 7A
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Chiantella explains each
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No flood of insurance

Editor:
Although it has not
gotten a lot of press, I
was hoping bring this to
everyone's attention.
The federal govern-
ment currently has a
freeze on the purchase
of flood insurance. Since
June 1, the National
Flood Insurance Pro-


write a check to pay for
my groceries at Publix,
where I have shopped for
more than 50 years.
Moral of the story: Be
prepared when it is time
to renew that license
- that is, if you are a
law-abiding American
citizen.


for acting up, bu.
causes them to ~
How much toler
they have to havi
up with teasing,
a thought, but I
good hunch it ge
A little detective
might bring thal
help a lot of inm
just may need tl


It what This program is fur-
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ance do year at present. Provided
re to put are software programs,
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oes on. that indoctrination of all
work city employees is com-
t out and plete.
rates who More than 500 cities
hat kind are currently using the
policies, mostly planned
and bad behind closed doors.
e and (Among these cities is
,f it is Venice.) It is known as
county ICLEI.
by the They are unaware that
der if this is an international
ras with program, set up by the
Is.) U.N. to help, and then
later, to mandate, that
n lannarone these policies be contin-
Englewood ued. Taxes will undoubt-
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WTe must hope that
mination this program will soon
be well known as it is
just another sneaky step
o lead toward total control of
re horrors America and the world
Revo- by the United Nations.


first marriage. However,
I did have the divorce
decree. That was my
first failure.1Vomder how
you could get a divorce
without having been
married? Common sense
doesn't enter into this
picture.
After locating that
license and spending $40
for the search and getting
it to me in two days, I
went to the driver license
office and tried again.
This time the problem
was with my present
marriage license not
the right seal. Needless
to say, I became a little
irate. Expressed my feel-
ings about us Americans
being called racists if
an illegal is questioned
about their ID. Of course,
we don't want to offend
anyone.
I left that office
and went to the other
county where at last I
was treated like a hu-
man being by someone
behind the counter who
wasn't a robot. I received
the marriage license,
so I proceeded to the
driver license division
and again was treated
cordially. The gentleman
said, "Your husband will
need to sign an affida-
vit stating you live with
him." Seems the two
bills that I took for proof
of residence are mailed
in his name, although I
have written the checks
to pay the bills during
the last 34 years.
Happy ending: I now
possess a $100 driver
license. Good thing,
because I am asked to
show it weekly when I


T|wo paws up

Editor:
For all who missed
the 1st Annual Patriotic
Pet Parade on Satur-
day morning, down the
shady side of Venice
Avenue, it was so much
fun! A boxy little motor-
ized and musical wagon
led the way with much
merriment. Costumed-
or-not, canines seemed
to know they were on
parade (or not) and just
strutted their stuff. My
friend remarked, "This is
why I love Venice." Me,
too. Thanks so much to
coordinators Peg and
Mike Tomanio. Great job!
Can't wait for the next
one.

Judy Cle et
Venice

Tale of the (red) tape

Editor:
I have a few words to
say about illegals and the
Arizona immigration law.
Recently, I applied
for my Florida driver
license renewal. I am an
American citizen and
have resided in Florida
for more than 60 years.
I have never broken the
law and have never had
a traffic ticket. It took
me three attempts to get
my license renewed due
to the new Homeland
Security Law.
I am presently married
for 34 years but had a
previous marriage more
than 50 years ago. Conse-
quently, I didn't have a
marriage license for the


Sylvia Warren of help.
Englewood There is good
in all walks of lif
I will bet some o
behavior going on in the (
jail and not just


inmates. (I wone
they have camel
sound in the jail


will have our internal
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communications and our
differing views of how
things should be. But we
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Editor:
Reading over the
article, Going directly to
jail, I must say county jail
sounds like a place to go
for rest and recuperation.
It was a great article, but
I call it too good to be
true.
I'm sure the intent is
there and most of it is
true. However, I'm also
sure everyone was on
their best behavior dur-
ing the visit and inter-
view. That is just a given,
no matter who is being
interviewed.
These two sentences
got me thinking: "Per-
haps the most startling
thing about the Sara-
sata County Jail is how
quiet it is. You won't hear
inmates banging tin cups
on metal bars or shout-
ing obscenities as guards
walk past."
How about interview-
ing some of the inmates
who have left there, are
no longer in trouble and
no longer have to watch
what they say?
What if the guards
were the ones causing
the disturbances? Would
anyone ever know?
Inmates get punished


Lilliai


Anne Graf
Nokomis


gram has lapsed and no
one in the country has
been able to purchase a
policy. This in turn has
kept thousands of people
(myself included) from
closing on houses.
For some reason this
has not been covered by
many news outlets. It
is not just affecting the
people buying homes
but also everyone who
depends on the real es-
tate industry for income.
Let's put some pressure
onl~ashington to get this
resolved.

Ethan Doering
Englewood


Where there's a will ...

Editor:
I saw an ad in the
newspaper stating that a
Venice attorney was do-
ing free wills for veterans.
Sound too good to be
true? My husband was
skeptical.
I am here to report
that Michael Chiantella
is a Venice attorney who
comes from a family of
servicemen. As a thank-
you to veterans who
risked their lives for their
country, he extends this
gift.
He will mail or fax a


sworn police officers, in-
cluding those who have
administrative duties,
to patrol and respond to
emergencies 24 hours a
day, seven days a week.
During the average week
we may have officers
who are on vacation,
sick leave, family leave,
testifying in court, work-
ing on investigations, on
a day off or any number
of normal workplace
circumstances that take
employees away from the
"office." There are usually
five or six officers on pa-
trol throughout the city
at any given time.
Our police officers
work 12-hour shifts
and are allowed to take
two 15-minute breaks
throughout the day and
a one-hour lunch break.
They are free to run
errands during those
breaks. Our policy is that
officers must always be
a~v Ita~bl oy sa aa
any time they leave the
city jurisdiction.
Lt. Mike Rose owns a
bait shop that is adjacent
to city limits on the No-
komis side. He requested


the opportunity to "drop
by his bait shop to see
how things were going,
from time to time. In
their minds, it was no
different than stopping
at a convenience store
for a soda or to use the
restroom.
Capt. Dave Dunaway
understood that Lt. Rose
would make brief stops
on rare occasions. Capt.
Dunaway instructed Lt.
Rose not to conduct his
private business on city
time. Lt. Rose recently
confirmed that he has
not conducted business
at his bait shop while on
city time.
~Then I learned that Lt.
Rose was given permis-
sion to check on his busi-
ness during work hours,
I immediately revoked
that decision. I talked
with both Capt. Dun-

wheI was di po ded
in what I considered a
lapse in judgment, I also
believed they had no
intention to shirk their
duties or to be insubor-


dinate. They assured me
this situation would not
take place again and to
my knowledge, it has not.
I have at times had
to counsel officers for
insubordination and for
ignoring rules we all have
to live by. My philosophy
is to give all my employ-
ees the benefit of the
doubt once. But if a situ-
ation should arise again
after it has been ad-
dressed, I do not hesitate
to act
It doesn't matter to me
if the person in question


is a 30-year command of-
ficer or a 6-month patrol
officer. I have the high-
est expectations for all
members of this depart-
ment, and most of the
time they all meet those
expectations.
I want you to know
that the members of your
police department are
outstanding men and
women, devoted to your
safety and welfare. I take
great pride in being their
leader.
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tainable development.
Its roots can be traced to
a United Nations policy
document titled Agenda
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the U.N.'s Earth Summit
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CONTACT US
PERRY D. PENTZ
SPORTS EDITOR
(941) 207-1107
ppentz@venicegondolier.com


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The Courtside Tennis Club

bo duir aesi 5-6fo
a.m. to noon for eight weeks of
summer.
Each camp will be directed
by certified professionals, Jim
Dempsey, Chandra Rajakar and
Ula Cierniak.
The camp is designed to give
each camper the opportunity to
become better tennis players in
a fun, positive way.
For more information, call
485-2000.

Venice Vipers softball
tryouts Saturday
The Venice Vipers softball is
holding open tryouts for girls
12 and under from 10 a.m. to
5 p.m., Saturday at Wellfield
Softball Complex on Pinebrook
Road.
For more information, call
Jerry Clipse 487-4260 or 408-
5913.

Venice beach runS
every Wednesday
The annual Summer Beach
Run at the Venice Municipal
Pier will be held every Wednes-
day night through Aug. 11.
The runs are for children and
adults and are sponsored by
New Balance Sarasota, Sarasota
County Parks and Recreation
and the Manasota Track Club.
Registration for the kids'
1-mile beach runs and adult
runs opens at 5:30 p.m. The
kids' race starts at 6:30 p.m. fol-
lowed by adult run at 7 p.m.
Cost is $1 one-time registra-
tion fee, which is god for the

must check-in and register
before each race.
Runs will also be held every
Tuesday night at the same
times on Siesta Key Beach near
the Public Beach Pavilion.
All children ages 18 and
under receive a ribbon and free
ice-pop for each run. Kids who
complete four runs receive a
free T-shirt and 50 percent off
voucher for a pair of New Bal-
ance Kids shoes.
For more information, con-
tact the Sarasota County Call
Center at 861-5000 and ask
about the Kids' Summer Beach
Runs or visit www. parksonline.
segov.net. For more informa-
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runs, visit www.manasotatrack
club.sports.officelive.com.

Summer volleyball
camp at Pine View
A mini summer night Vol-
leyball Camp will be held on
Monday and Wednesday nights
from 5-7 p.m. until July 19 at
Pine View School.

BRIEFS | 9


NUational tied it in the fourth in-
ning. Jakob Zito walked but was out
on a force play at second. A ground-
out to first moved Brian Raynor
to second base. Brandon Raynor's
single up the middle scored Brian
Raynor with the tying run.
WTest Sarasota went ahead 3-2
with a run on an error in the fourth
inning.
National came right back to tie
in the fifth inning. With two outs,
Sigmon walked. Justin Hanley ripped
an one-hop double off the fence in
left field to score Sigmon with the
tying run.
In the sixth inning, National went
ahead 4-3. Brian Raynor and Mat-
thew Molinari led off with consecu-
tive singles. A force out at second
moved Brian Raynor to third base.
Jacob Cockrill followed with a sacri-
fice fly into right field to score Brian
Raynor with the go-ahead run.
WTest Sarasota tied it in the bottom
of the sixth inning. Madden led off
with a double. After a strikeout, a
bunt single put runners at the cor-
ners. David Robbins followed with a
perfect bunt down the first-base line
to score the tying run.
Sigmon saved the game with a
running catch in short left field for
the final out in the bottom of the
eighth inning.
ppentz@venicegondonier.com


The celebration willl have to wait
another night.
West Sarasota All-Stars scored a
run in the bottom of the ninth in-
ning to pull out a 5-4 victory over the
Venice National All-Stars in the 9-10
year-old District 16 Little League
championship on Tuesday night at
Twin Lakes Park in Sarasota.
The loss is National's first of the
tournament and it forces a winner-
take-all championship game at 6
p.m. tonight at Twin Lakes.
The District 16 champion will play
in the sectional tournament starting
on July 16 at Lehigh Acres.
West Sarasota scored a run in the
bottom of the sixth to force extra
innings.
In the bottom of the ninth inning,
West Sarasota led off with a single. A
hit batter put runners at first and sec-
ond. A perfectly placed bunt single in
the mud in front of the plate loaded
the bases. Cole Madden followed by
hitting a ball off the bottom of the
right field fence for a game-ending hit
forcing the conclusion of the two and
one-half hour game.
Venice scored a run in the first
inning. Chason Rockymore led off
with a single. Clayton Callan walked.
A force out at second produced the
first out and moved Rockymore to
third base. A throw out on an at-
tempted steal scored Rockymore.


SUN PHOTO BY PERRY D. PENTZ


Venice National's Brian Raynor throws a pitch against West Sara-
sota in the 9-10 year-old District 16 Little League Tournament
on Tuesday at Twin Lakes Park in Sarasota. Raynor threw five
innings for National, who dropped a heart-breaking 5-4 game in
nine innings.


By PERRY D. PENTZ
SPORTs EDITOR
North Port All-Stars limited
Venice American to two hits
en route to a 13-3 victory on
Tuesday night in the opening
round of the 11-12 year-old
District 16 Little League Tour-
nament at Twin Lakes Park in
Sarasota.
The other opening-round
game involving Venice National
and Sarasota Florida didn't
end before press time as a wet
field forced National to have its
game moved to 8 p.m. After the
9-10 year-old championship
went extra innings, National's
game didn't start until after 9
p~m
American will play the loser
of Wednesday's East Sarasota-
Sarasota Florida game at 6
p.m., Thursday at Twin Lakes
Park.
After a scoreless first inning,
North Port scored six runs in
the second inning.
Venice American cut the
deficit in half by plating three
runs in the bottom of the


venice American's lyler lornese
throws a pitch against North Port in
the opening round of the 11-12 year-
old District 16 Little League Tourna-
ment on Tuesday at Twin Lakes Park
in sarasota.

second inning. With one out,
Austin Collins reached on an
infield single. Evan Carvalho

AMERKCAN | 9


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SUN PHOTOS BY PERRY D. PENTZ
Venice American's Jake Starck hit a ball foul against North Port in the
opening round of the 11-12 year-old District 16 Little League Tournament on
Tuesday at Twin Lakes Park in Sarasota.


The Venice Little League National AII-Stars are, front row, from left, Eric Brown, Danny Manieri,
Tyler Gardner, Sage Lee, Dorion Wrobelewski; back row, manager Tom Grubbs, Brock Peyton,
Jake Grubbs, Kris Rice, Trey Schaetzer, Jake Stubbs, coach Johnny Stubbs. Not pictured is Rylee
Buckmaster.


The Venice Little League American AII-Stars are, front row, from left, Evan Carvalho, Ryan Gumbs,
Jake Apostolu, Brady Mann, Bradford Jones, Jake Starck; back row, manager Russ Dinka, Ryan
Tully, Ryan Dinka,Tanner Twigg, Austin Collins, Tyler Tornese, coach Ralph Gumbs.


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WEDNESDAY
JULY 7, 2010


SPORTS BRIEFS


9-10 LITTLE LEAGUE DISTRICT 16 TOURNAMENT




Venice National drops first game


Plays West Sarasota again for championship tonight
By PERRY D.PFENTZ West Sarasota grabbed a 2-1 lead
SPORTs EDITOR by scoring two runs in the bottom of
the first inning. ~ll~l


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11-12 LITTLE LEAGUE DISTRICT 16 TOURNAMENT


Venice American falls in opener


LITTLE LEAGUE

VENICE AMERICAN





WEDNESDAY, JULY 7, 2010


GOLF RESULTS
JACARAN DA WEST COUNTRY
CLUB
June l
Jacaranda Jills Throw out Worst Hole:
Bru Murawski 26, Pat Blem, Pat Griffith 30
(tied).
Ladies Partners Pick From A Hat:
Helen Medici, Virginia Ross 145; Ethel
Molezzi, Linda Bergen 152; Mary Ellen
Snell, Marilyn Dumas 153.
June 2
Men's Ind. Net: Donald Blem 63, Rich-
ard Paul 72, Bob Reigeluth Jr. 73.
June 8
Ladies Gross 1st 9, Net 2nd 9: 1 st
Flight- Linda Bergen 82, Sue Dorso 83,
Helen Medici 85; 2nd Flight-Pam Reige-
luth 80, Maxine Bartone 92.
Jacaranda Jills 2 BB of 4: Pat Boch-
nowski, Pat Blem, Ellen Harenberg, Andrea
Brooker 64.
June 9
Men's Ind. Quota Points: Donald Blem
+6, Lou Horger +3.
Men's Summer Match Play: Quarter-
finals-Bob Murphy def. Bruce Spottswood
7 & 5; Ray Modjeski def. Barry Petrasko,
19 holes; Bud Plageman def. Tom Nelson,
19 holes; James Leroy def. Larry Littman,
1-up.
June 11
Men's Summer Match Play: Final
Match-Bud Plageman def. Bob Murphy
1-up.
June15
Jacaranda Jills Low Net: 1st Flight-Pat
Bochnowski 35, Bru Murawski 38; 2nd
Flight-Ellen Harenberg 36, Barbara Miller
38.
Ladies Ind. Quota Points:1Ist Flight-
Bobbie Scott +4, Carolyn Wolf +2, Ann
Brown -3; 2nd Flight-Gail Pedersen, Pam
Reigeluth -2 (tied); Linda Bergen, Joan
Erickson -4 (tied).
June 16
MGA Ind. Stableford: Bud Weber 41,
Donn Whitmer 40, Bruce Spottswood 38.
June 22
Jacaranda Jills Las Vegas Scramble:
Bru Murawski, Pat Bochnowski, Barbara
Miller, Arlene Goldberg 39.4.
Ladies 1,2,3 on 6,6,6: Linda Bergen,
Sue Dorso, Gloria Thiers, Ethel Molezzi
134; Bobbie Scott, Carolyn Wolf, Sharon
Finlayson, Marcia Franson 138.
June 23
MGA Ind. Low Net: Bob Reigeluth Jr.
68, Donn Whitmer 70, Richard Paul 75.
June 29
Tuesday Ladies Alternate Shot:
Bobbie Scott, Virginia Ross 70; Judy Christ-
man, Joan Erickson 74; Pam Reigeluth,
Sharon Furman 79.
Jacaranda Jills Bingo, Bango, Bongo:
1 st Group-Sue Kennedy 11 points; 2nd
Group-Chris Wylie 10; 3rd Group-Pat
Griffith 11.

MYAKKA PINES GOLF CLUB
March 21
Men's and Ladies Club Champi-
onship: Ladies gross champion-Lynn
Arnold 170, Ladies Net champion-Jeanne
Ryskamp 138; Men's gross champion-
Geoff Creamer 78; run ner-u p-Clyde Smith
81; A: Paul Daly 68, Dick Aulenti 71; B:
Ed Diamante 71, Gene Scorse 72. Super
Seniors-Don Hawk 135, Stan Grover 136.
March 24
Frank Perilli Four-person Scramble
Gross, Net: Gross-Eric Wickson,Tom Bar-
ber, Scott Barber, lan Macintosh 61; Net-
1 st Flight-Jeff Ellingham, Reid Redding,
Tom Cole, Will Younker 58; 2nd Flight-
Georgia Yusk, LiseYust, Laurie McEvoy,
Mo Welling; Jack Sarles, Lynn Sarles, John
Dee, Kathy Dee 60 (tied).
Marcy 25
9-Hole and 18-Hole Ladies Rally
for a Cure Scramble: Red & White-Lees
Ferguson, Jane Scorese, Dotty Turner
Mary Whitman 61; White & Blue-Jeanne
Ryskamp, Anna Salo, Karen Barber,
Ramona Creamer 58; Blue and Red-Ellen


SUN NEWSPAPERS 9A


Chamberlain, Dorothy Morrissey, Kathy
Jenkins, Becky Miller 62.
March 30
Hole-In-One: Ken Salo aced the 157-
yard, 2nd Hole (Blue) with a No. 5 Hybrid.
Witnesses were Dick Huber, Tom Meehan,
Rich Meehan.
March 31
Hole-In-One: Don Hawk aced the 188-
yard, 7th Hole with a 3-wood. Witnesses
were Doug Rowe and Chet Enyart.
April 2
Hole-In-One: Bob Jensen aced the
122-yard, 2nd Hole with a 7-wood. Wit-
ness was Dan Watson.
May 1
New Englanders Team Quota Points:
Bill Allen, Dick Machas, Dick Newcomb +9;
Lou Chiasson, John Duffy, Elwin Sawtelle,
Andy Trudeau +7.
May 3
Men's Day Hot Dog Scramble: Stan
Oraczewski, Lu ke Hertzog, Dick Ma rker,
Harold Anderson 60; team teams tied at
62.
May 6
9-Hole Ladies Low Putts: A: Kathy
Wagner 16; B: Pat Brandenberger 15; C:
Sylvia Nascimbeni 14.
18-Hole Ladies Low Net: A: Merle Van
Sickle 67; B: Diana Litsch 68; C: Gail Daros
61; D: Kathy Wallis 65.
May 7
Men's Shootout Quota Points: Chuck
Spath, Don Judy, Jerry Morrissey, Howard
Cheek +22.
May 8
New Englanders: Bill Allen, Bill Lap-
pen, Harry MacPherson, Jeff Lappen +6.
May 10
Men's Day 1 BB of 4 Net: Dick Dor-
man, Larry Wagner, Luke Hertzog, blind
draw -20; Dallas Bergl, Bruce Martin, John
Duffy, Thad Long -18.
May 12
AII-Stars Team Quota Points: Harold
Bowers, Dick Daley, John McCormick +14;
Dick Dorman, Tom Milazzo, George Vogt,
Gordon Deutscher +13.
May 13
9-Hole Ladies Scramble: 1 st Flight-
Lynch Anderson, Corey Plasek, Betty
Brown 39.
18-Hole Ladies 1,2,3 on 5,4,3: Renee
Kotary, Karen Spath, Marie Stevens, Kathy
Wallis; Dorothy Beyer, Jean McCrossin, Gail
Verge, Pauline Wilding 107 (tied).
May 14
Men's Shootout Quota Points: Al
DeLuca, George Almeder, Tom Kizis, Roy
Rossetti +29.
May 15
Hole-In-One: Jean McCrossin aced the
110-yard, 2nd Hole. Witnesses were Lois
Cronan, Molly Whitman.
New Englanders: Bill Lappen, Harry
MacPherson, Donald MacPherson, Tom
Murphy -2.
May 16
May Flowers Scramble: Bill Pitman,
Sandy Pitman, Dick Daley, Jan Huegan 54;
two teams tied at 58.
May 17
Men's Day 2 BB of 4 Net: John Wallace,
Joe Repetto, John Duffy, Guy Conkey -21.
May 19
AII-StarsTeam Quota Points: Andy
Anderson, Bob Hale, Paul Meredith, Larry
Wagner +19; two teams tied at +18.
May 20
9-Hole Ladies Criers Tournament: 1 st
Flight-Lynch Anderson 45; 2nd Flight-Sue
Self ridge 43; 3rd Flight-Nita Batchelder 46.
18-Hole Ladies Throw Out 1 Hole
each 9:1Ist Flight-Diana Hull 55; 2nd
Flight-Barb McCarthy 53; 3rd Flight-Kathy
Jenkins 51; 4th Flight-Karen Barber 51.
May 21
Men's Shootout Quota Points:
Richard Marks, John McCormick, Art Kizer,
John Morris +22.
May 27
9-Hole Ladies Low Net: 1st Flight-Dee
Corey 32; 2nd Flight-Bev Duffy 36; 3rd


Flight-Sylvia Niascimbeni 34.
18-Hole Ladies Quota Points: 1 st
Flight-Barb Spedalire +3; 2nd Flight-Mar-
gie King +6; 3rd Flight-Sally Johnson +13;
4th Flight-Karen Barber +4.
May 28
Men's Shootout Quota Points: Nor-
man Clark, Gordon Deutcher, Tom Milazzo
+24.
May 29
New Englanders: Ernie Farnsworth,
Lee Huegens, Bill Allen, Tom Murphy +14.
May 31
Men's Day 3 BB of 4 Net: Chas Burke,
Bob Banz, Roy Rossetti, blind draw -22;
Dennis Machesky, John Duffy, Thad Long,
blind draw -21.
June 2
AII-Stars Team Quota Points: Andy
Anderson, Dick Daley, John McCormick
+7.
Hole-In-One: Jack Sarles aced the
183-yard, 7th Hole (Red Course) with a
3-Hybrid. Witnesses were John Dee, Les
Basso, Jim Foss.
June 5
Hole-In-One: Eric Jasper aced the 135-
yard, 7th Hole (Blue). Witnesses were Dave
McThomas, Ray Lamb.
New Englanders: John Duffy, Jeff Ga-
brielson, Bill Lappen, Ernie Farnsworth +9.
June 7
Men's Ind. Quota Points: Dallis Bergl
+9, Ken Wilson +8, Bruce Martin +6, How-
ard Cheek +5, Andy Anderson, Dick Daly,
Dennis Machesky, Bob Hale +3 (tied).
June 9
AII-Stars Team Quota Points: Bob
Hale, Gene Heissenbuttel, Dennis Ma-
chesky, Paul Meredith +20.
June 10
9-Hole Ladies Stableford Points: A:
Sandy Kizer 30, Dorla Long 21; B: Dora
Clark 19, Bev Duffy 18; C: Kathy Machesky
34, Nita Batchelder 20.
18-Hole Ladies Low Net: A: Margie
King 62, Diana Litsch 66; B: Sally Johnson
70, Jean McCrossin 71; C: Kathy Dee, Alice
Cytlak, Anna Salo 72 (tied); D: Dorothy
Beyer 70, Eleanor O'Shaughnessy 75.
June 11
Men's Shootout Quota Points: Chuck
Spath, Don Judy, Jerry Morrissey, Howard
Cheek+18.
June13
Midwest Classic Scramble: Dean and
Mary Hess, Tim Kring, Harold Anderson 59;
th ree teams tied at 61 .
June 14
Men's Day 1 BB of 4 Net: Howard
Cheek, Bob Banz, Tom Milazzo, Harold
Bowers 57; two teams ted at58.
June 16
AII-Stars Team Quota Points: Andy
Anderson, Dennis Machesky, Roy Rossetti,
Bob Hale +19; Dick Daley, Bob Denhardt,
Paul Meredith, Andy Wright +9.
June 17
Ladies 9-Hole Low Gross: A: Lynch
Anderson 46, Dee Corey 47; B: Nita
Batchelder 55, Betty Brown, Anna Fairley
57 (tied).
Ladies 18-Hole Stableford: A: Diana
Litsch 43, Lois Cronan 36; B: Susan Bowers
43, Barb McCarthy 39; C: Kathy Jenkins,
Mary Hess.
June 18
Men's Shootout Quota Points: Bill
Susie, Thad Long, Stan Oraczewski, Bob
Frazer +10; Dean Hess, Jim Foss, Dallas
Bergl, Joe Ameling +8.
June 21
Men's Day 2 BB of 4 Net: Thad Long,
Dick Dorman, Bob Denhardt 120; Dick
Daley, Roy Rossetti, Bruce Martin, Charlie
Burke 124.
June 23
AII-Stars Team Quota Points: Dennis
Machesky, John McCormick, Dick Daley
+7; two teams tied at +2.
June 24
9-Hole Ladies Even Holes: A: Dee
Corey 24; B: Anna Fairley 26.
18-Hole Ladies: A: Diana Litsch 39; B:


Mona Bergl 39; C: Ann Forsyth 44.
June 25
Men's Shootout Quota Points: Joe
Vukovich, Ted Kellogg, Phil Galati +11.
June 28
Men's Day Ind. Low Net: Andy Ander-
son 64, Bob Denhardt 65, Tom Milazzo 69.
June 30
AII-Stars Team Quota Points: Bob
Hale, John McCormick, Andy Wright,
Harold Bowers +14.
July 1
9-Hole Ladies Tee to Green: A: Lynch
Anderson 28; B: Nita Batch elder 33.
18-Hole Ladies Throw Out 1 Hole
each 9: A: Diana Hull 61.5, Barb Spedalire
68.5, Merle Van Sickle 71; B: Gena McCor-
mick 64.5, Barb McCarthy 71, Susan Bow-
ers 75; C: Joan Griffin 71.5, Lois Rueger
74.5, Kathy Jenkins 75.5.

LAKE VENICE GOLF CLUB
April 4
MGA Quota Points: A: Gary Snyder +4,
Roger Dellair +4, David Frost +2; B: Dom
Spigarelli +5, George La Fond +5, Scott
Hughes +5; C: Jim Varsar +7, Ken Hilliard
+5, Donne Haines +3; D: Glenn Mullen +7,
Chuck Stevenson +5, Joe Ladu +3.
April 5
Monday Quota Points: Frank Bositis,
Ron Longley, Marty Guilfoy, Ben Bradner
+9; Tony Morei ra, Bob Saladin, Ch uck Ste-
venson, Gary Poole +7. Individuals-Bositis
+8, Art Howe +6.
April 9
MGA Quota Points: A: Frank Barteaux
+4, Gary Poole +2, Dan Kilbane +2; B:
Dave Logan +4, Jim Marble +4, David
Frost +3; C: Glenn Zingler +6, Bill Cade +4,
George Knight +4; D: Don Carlton +7, Gus
Maclntyre +4, Marty Guilfoy +3.
April l2
Monday Quota Points: Don Hummel,
Jim Marble, Dennis Corcoran +5; John
Covert, Jim Stortz, Alex Simon, Sal Vitanza
+4.Individuals-Bob Copas +4, Bob Saladin
+4, Earl Legge +4.
April l4
Women's 18-Holers Low Net: A: Linda
Haines 65, Eileen Mahern 72, Poppy Mc-
Donald 73; B: Freda Miller 71, Ruth Bositis
76, Sue McNeil 78; C: Nan Flinkstrom 79,
Nan Taylor 79, Kay Punkar 81.
Ladies 9-Holers Odd Holes: A: Sue
West 13, Shirley Krebiehl 17, Joel Bellehu-
meur 19; B: Dot DeJohn 15, Joyce Davis
16, Carol Cerwinski 18; C: Mary Roberts 14,
Andy DeMello 15, Ann Morris 16.
April 17
MGA 2 BB Odd, 3 BB Even: Al Rockey,
Alex Simon, Earl LaPain, Jack Allen 156;
Frank Bositis, Al Grant, Wandy Cox, Doug
Williams 158; Bud Sullivan, Charles Gal-
lant, Marty Guilfoy, Joe Keys 161.
April l9
Monday Quota Points: Glenn Zingler,
Tony Manning, Earle Legge, Moe Marceau
+1 2; NeilI Ha le, Tony Morei ra, Fran k
Barteaux, Bob Barteaux +8. Individuals-
Manning +6, Hale +5, Legge +5.
April 21
Women's 9-Holers Low Putts: A: Sue
West 15, Shirley Krebiehl 17, Louise Dr-
ouin 19; B: Joyce Davis 16, Carol Cerwinski
16, Dot DeJohn 17; C: Joan Turner 16,
Anne Morris 18, Jan Stout 19.
Women's 18-Holers Low Putts: A:
Linda Haines 28, Lois Middleton 30; B:
Freda Miller 27, Friedl Githens 29, Joyce
Bradner 29; C: Vivian Grant 29, Sue Howe
30, Grace Babcock 31.
April 24
MGA 2 BB of 4: Hank Zavac, Scott
Hughes, proxy 119; Frank Bositis, Al Grant,
Wandy Cox, Doug Williams 122; Roger
Dellaire, Hal Hearn, George Amedore,
Gary Poole 123.
April 28
Women's 9-Holers Omit Par 3's: A:
Sue West 27, Joan Noone 29, Joelle Belle-
humeur 29; B: Carol Cerwinski 28, Dot De-
John 29, Jeanne Crozier 31; C: Dee Allain
31, Joan Turner 36, Andy DeMello 37.


Women's 18-Holers Omit Par 3's: A:
Lois Middleton 54; B: Ruth Bositis 52, Sue
McNeil 52, Joyce Bradner 55; C: Arlene
Malcomson 40, Nancy Flinkstrom 50, Sue
Howe 51.
May 1
MGA 2 BB Front, 3 BB Back: George
Sherron,Tony Manning, George LaFond,
Bob Au sten 1 51; Pop DeMello, Bob
Drouin, Jim Schneider, Joe Gagnon 151;
Chet Hamlin, Duane Pilarowski, John
Dimlich, Earle Legge 155.
May 3
Monday Quota Points: Art Howe,
Tom Buckwalter, Bob Copas, Al Capps +4;
Ron Longley, John Covert, Tony Moreira,
Moe Marcea u -1 I ndividuals-Hlowe +4,
Marceau +4.
May 5
Women's 18-Holers Throw Out Worst
Hole: A: Poppy McDonald 66, Linda
Haines 67, Sylvia McDonald 70; B: Marilyn
Clauser 61, Jackie Wheeler 63, Ruth Bositis
64; C: Viv Grant 65, Nancy Flinkstrom 65,
Eileen Ashley 69.
May 7
MGA Quota Points: A: Roger Dellair
+6; B: Joe Keys +7; C: Sal Vitanza +7; D:
Rich Nicholas +5.
May 10
MGA Quota Points: David Frost,Tony
Moreira, Don Nixon, Al Capps +10; Ron
Longley, Earle Legge,Tom Buckwalter, Sal
Vitanza +2. Individuals-Moreira +9, Marty
Guilfoy +6.
May 12
9-Hole Ladies Substract Putts: A:
Shirley Krebiehl 20, Diane Degon 24; B:
Jean ne Crozier 21, Dot Henderson 24,
Carol Cerwinski 26; C: Mary Roberts 27,
Dee Allain 28, Andy DeMello 29.
18-Hole Ladies Low Net: A: Poppy
McDonald 68; B: Jeanette Wilder 71, Joyce
Bradner 74, Marilyn Clauser 75; C: Eileen
Ashley 73, Sue Howe 76, Ellen Gagnon 77.
May 13
Hole-In-One: David Holmes aced the
1 67-ya rd, 18th Hole with a 4-iron. Witness
was Janet Holmes.
May 14
MGA Quota Points: A: Gary Zimmer-
man +6; B: John Covert +13; C: Ben Brad-
ner +6; D: Joe Ladu +4, Jim Rennie +4.
May 17
MGA Quota Points: Don Hummel, Bim
Wilder, Glenn Zingler, Ron Longley +9;
Al Capps, Bob Joyce, Chet Hamlin, Moe
Marceau +6. Individuals-Longley +5, Joyce
+5, George LaFond +5.
May 19
WGA 9-Holers Ind. Points: A: Shirley
Krebiehl 20, Diane DeGong 18, Louise Dr-
ouin 17; B: Lois Rodger 19, Dot Henderson
17, Jeanne Crozier15; C:Joan Turner 14,
Andy DeMello 11, Ann Morris 10.
WGA 18-Holers Ind. Points: B: Marilyn
Clau ser 31, Ba rb Ga lati 1 7; C: Arlene Mal-
comson 38, Friedl Githens 34.
May 21
MGA Quota Points: A: Frank Vosnick
+3, David Frost +3, Jerry Chascin +2; B:
Wandy Cox +5, Jim Schneider +4, John
Dimlich +3; C: Glenn Mullen +3,Tony
Moreira +3, John DeGon +3; D: Carl Gaites
+6, Jack Allen +5, Rich Nicholas +2.
May 24
MGA Quota Points: Glenn Zingler,
Duane Pilarowski, John Covert, proxy +7;
Bim Wilder, Roland Bosse, Bob Copas, Moe
Marceau +6. Individuals-John Dimlich +7,
Copas +7.
May 26
AII-Stars Team Quota Points: Norm
Clark, Gordon Deutscher, Dennis Ma-
chesky, George Vogt +1 7.
WGA 18-Holers Partner Points: Ellen
Gagnon, Janet Holmes 67; Ruth Dimlich,
Sylvia McDonald 64; Jackie Wheeler,
Jeanette Wilder 61; Marilyn Clauser, Grace
Babcock 61.
WGA 9-Holers Even Holes 1/2
Hndcp.: A: Shirley Krebiehl 12; B: Jeanne
Crozier 13, Dot Henderson13; C:Jan Stout
18, Joan Turner 18.


Both camp will be in the YMCA gym-
nasium.
Cost is $55 per week for YMCA mem-
bers and $75 per week for nonmembers.
All campers will receive a reversible
jersey.
For more information, call Gary
Smith, YMCA Sports Director, at 492-
9622,ext. 158.


Improved VHS football
Web site up and running

Check out the improved Venice High
football Web site at www.veniceindian
football.org.
The site includes individual and team
offensive and defensive records, player
accolades over the years, coach bios
and coaching records over the years, a
complete schedule for the upcoming
season and Iron Indian awards through
the years.
The history of Venice High football


with game scores from the 1950s to this
year is also on the Web site.
If anyone has any information or any


game films from any era, contact Jes-
sica Pluchino at 488-6726 or e-mail her
at jpluchino leverizon.net.


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at home. After a strike-
out, Ryan Gumbs hit a
line drive to left field. The
ball dropped out of the
left fielder's glove for a
two-run error.
North Port scored three
runs in the third and


added four runs in the
fourth inning to end the
game early
The only other hit
for American was by
Gumbs.

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Villa Venezia Plaza
1740 E. Venice Ave., Ste. 6
Venice, Florida 34292
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The camp is run by Gary Halbert and
Joe DiGiacomo.
For more information, call Halbert or
DiGiacomo at 928-3433.


YMCA offering boys, girls
basketball camps

Boys and girls basketball camps will
be held in July and August at the South
County Family YMCA in Venice.
The boys camp, which will be run by
Venice High interim boys varsity coach
Jim Davis, is scheduled from 11 a.m. to
2 p.m. July 26-30.
The girls camp, which will be run by
Venice High girls varsity coach John
Flynn, is set for 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., Aug.
2-6.


AMERKCAN: Team falls in opening round


FROM PAGE 8

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OBITUARIES
Quentin C. Ch ristman
Quentin Charles Christ-
man, 90, of Venice, Fla., and
formerly of Crystal Lake and
Morton Grove, Ill., passed
away Sunday, June 27, 2010.
Mr. Christman was born Nov.
12, 1919, in Chicago, Ill., to
Henry D. and Mary Katherine
(Hoban) Christman.
Quentin was a founder
member of Our Lady of
Lourdes Catholic Church, a
founder member of Jacaranda
Country Club, and a lifetime
member of the R C Fliers of
Venice.
He is survived by his wife,
Peggy of 66 years; a son,
Donald and his wife, Car-
rie of Silver Springs, Fla.; his
daughters, Diane Christman
of Elmhurst, Ill.; Mary Ellen
Christman ofVenice; a sister,
Patricia Popke of Libertyville,
Ill.; his six grandchildren; and
six great-grandchildren.
Services: A mass of Chris-
tian burial will be celebrated
at 1 p.m. on Friday July 9 at
Our Lady of Lourdes Catho-
lic Church. Interment of his
ashes will follow in the Resur-
rection Garden at Our Lady of
Lourdes.
Contributions: In lieu of
flowers, donations may be


WEDNESDAY, JULY 7, 2010


made to The Loveland Center,
157 S. Havana Road, Venice, FL
34292.
You may express your con-
dolences to the family at www.
kays-ponger.com
Kays-Ponger & Uselton
Funeral Home Venice Chapel is
handling arrangements.

JameS W. Skoving
James Wesley Skoving, 81
years old, of Venice, Fla., died
Saturday, July 3, 2010.
James Skoving was
..-. born on June 13,
4=;'c. 1929, in South Bend,
Ind., the only child
of Opal J. and Joseph
E. Skoving. After graduating
from high school, James was
drafted into the U.S. Army in
1951 and proudly served in
the field artillery observation
batallion in Fort Sill, Okla., and
Germany. In 1951, Jim married
Nancy J. Bloom also of South
Bend, Ind. After his military
service, Jim began a lengthy
career with Indiana Bell Tele-
phone Company initially as a
coin collector and continued
through several positions
including marketing manager.
His career with the telephone
company continued until re-
tirement in 1983, at age 53.


Jimwas active in several
service organizations. He hon-
ored the Rotary International
philosophy of "service above
self" throughout his life, work-
ing with church groups, junior
achievement, Elks, and Rotary
International. He was an avid
golfer and a committed, life-
long Notre Dame football fan.
James Wesley Skoving is
survived by his wife Nancy of
Venice; and his daughters, Jill
Skoving of South Bend, Ind.,
and Beth Skoving Seeger of
Dexter,, Mich. He was prede-
ceased by his son Scott James
Skoving. His four loving grand-
children are Nicholas James
Robertson of Indianapolis,
Ind., Maggie Skoving Seeger of
Lancing, Mich, Daniel Joseph
Robertson of LaFayette, Ind.,
and Henry Skoving Seeger of
Dexter, Mich.
Services: Funeral Services
will be held at 11 a.m. Thurs-
day, July 10 at Ewing Funeral
Home. Cremation has taken
place and interment will occur
at a later date in South Bend.
Contributions: In lieu of
flowers, donations may be
made to The Rotary Club
of Englewood, P.O. Box 176,
Englewood, FL 34295, Venice-
Nokomis Elks Lodge B.P.O.E.
No. 1854, 1021 Discovery Way,


Nokomis, FL 34275 or Tidewell
Hospice Inc. 5955 Rand Blvd.,
Sarasota, FL 34238.

Mild red E. Taylor
Mildred E. Taylor, 92 of
Venice, Fla., formerly of Big
Rapids, Mich., passed away
July 2, 2010. She was born May
15, 1918.
Survivors include daughters,
Judie Johnson of Reed City,
Mich., and Barbara Kaupp
of Pocatello, Idaho; son, Tom
Taylor of Goshen, Ind.; sister,
Ruth Lutz of San Diego, Calif.;
seven grandchildren; and 19
great-grandchildren.
She is preceded in death by
husband, Dr. John S. Taylor, a
grandson, Gregg Wismer, and a
great-grandson, Tyler Wilson.
Services: A memorial service
will be held in Michigan at a
later date.
Contributions: Donations
may be made to Grace United
Methodist Church, Venice,
or to First United Methodist
Church, Big Rapids, Mich.

Tamara K. Wood
Tamara K. Wood, 81, of
Venice, Fla., died Sunday July
4, 2010. She was born July 5,
1928, in Bangalore, India, and


has been a resident of Venice
since 1973, coming from Balti-
more, Md. She was employed
by General Telephone Com-
pany for 14 years.
Mrs. Wood is survived by her
son, Jerry (Betty) Wood of Ches-
ter, Md.; sisters, Joan Doran
ofToms River, N.J.; Laura
Goss and Doreen Sell both of
England; brothers, Leonard C.
Goss and Denzil I. Goss both
of England; grandchildren, Lisa
Helwig of Andover, Pa., Jona-
than L.Wood of Chester, Md.,
and Jason L. Wood of Sarasota,
Fla.; and two great-grandchil-
dren. Tamara was preceded in
death by her husband, John
Calvin Wood.
Services: Visitation will
be held from 6 to 8 p.m. on
Wednesday, July 7, and from
11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Thurs-
day, July 8, at Kays-Ponger &
Uselton Funeral Home Venice
Chapel, 1935 South Tamiami
Trail.
Funeral services will be held
at 1 p.m. on Thursday, July 8, at
Kays-Ponger & Uselton Funeral
Home Venice Chapel. Burial
will follow at venice Memorial
Gardens.
Contributions: Memorial
donations may be made to Lee
Moffitt Cancer Center, Tampa,
FL.


SiVe build a crushable concrete
bumper, called an engineered ma-
terials arresting system or EMAS
block, at the end of a runway to
stop aircraft overruns. That, and
pushing back the usable area of
one of the runways toward the
Intracoastal, would keep an airport
protection zone from encroaching
over the Gulf Shores neighbor-
hood. It's something that has been
a bone of contention recently with
residents.
It would also minimally impact


the Lake Venice Golf Course -
another bone of contention for
golf lovers although the driving
range will still have to be moved.
It doesn't address the main ob-
jection that started all the contro-
versy noise but it does put to
rest some of the more contentious
side issues raised since.
Council members were briefed
by the city manager last Friday on
the "alternative" plan. City council
will take a look at the plan at its
July 13 meeting.


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The ongoing debate of what
Venice Municipal Airport's layout
should look like a contentious
issue for nearly three years may
be coming to a close. Federal Avia-
tion Administration officials who
met last week with City Manager
Isaac Turner have come up with a
solution they hope will pass mus-
ter with city leaders.
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was arrested and charged with domes-
tic battery. He received no bond.

Remote battery
A man and woman living together
with the woman's 13-year-old son got
into fight over the teen's behavior.
According to a Sarasota County Sher-
iff's Office report, the boy threw the
man's remote control to his video game
and it angered him. The teen's mother
said she heard her boyfriend, James
George Zaharis yelling at the boy and
saw him head butt her son. She said
he grabbed her son by the back of the
neck and yelled at him.
The woman had not
given Zaharis permission
to discipline her son and
feared for his safety because (,
Zaharis was intoxicated and ;.c
angry. She grabbed Zaharis *
to get him away from her /
son, at which time she said 7cnl


Sarasota county
Sheriff's Office arrestS
*David Dennis Oswald,
45, 9000 block South
Tamiami Trail, Venice.
Charge: failure of sex of- -
fender to report name or .
residence change. Bond: 4.
none.
*Stephen Wayne Ultsch,
18, 1100 block Florence OSWALD
St., Nokomis. Charge:
unarmed burglary of an unoccupied
dwelling. Bond: $7,500.
*Frank P. Dietrich Jr, 37, 5600 block
Stephens Road, Venice. Charge: posses-
sion of cocaine. Bond: $1,000
*Linda Sue Niemczyk, 54, 900 block
Myrtle Ave., Venice. Charge: possession
of cocaine, possession of drug para-
phernalia. Bond: $1,000.
*Daniel Justin Nerau, 26, 600 block
King St., Nokomis. Charge: petit theft.
Bond: $120.
*Sheilah E. Fagan, 59, 100 block
Happy Haven Drive, Osprey. Charge:
DUI. Bond: $500.
*Daniel I. Little, 19, 2500 block Gen-
tian Road, Venice. Charge: trespassing.
Bond: $250.
*Cynthia Porvaznik, 23, 2600 block
Gentian Road, Venice. Charges: two
counts of possession of a controlled
substance without a prescription
(Xanax and Dilaudid), possession of
drug paraphernalia. Bond: $2,120.
*Frederick Marshall Rhines Jr., 400
block Glenwood Ave., Osprey. Charge:
unarmed burglary of unoccupied struc-
ture. Bond: $10,000.
esse Joseph Fleming, 29, 300 block
Chandler Road, Nokomis. Charge: petit
theft third or subsequent offense.
Bond: $1,000.
*Patricia Marie Thomas, 54, 200 block
U.S. 41 Bypass, Venice. Charge: con-
tempt (violation of domestic violence
protection injunction). Bond: none.
*Danical Nichole Ellis, 22, 2800 block
East Venice Ave., Venice. Charge: out-
of-county warrant (violation of proba-
tion grand theft). Bond: $10,ooo.
*Michele L. Husted, 41, 600 block Bri-
arwood Road, Venice. Charges: battery
on a law enforcement officer, firefighter
or EMT, obstructing an officer without
violence, possession of a harmful drug
without a prescription (Tramadol).
Bond: no bond on the battery charge,
$870 on the remaining charges.
*Ian Beau Nyland, 39, 3100 block


East Venice Avenue, Venice. Charges:
14 counts of violation of probation
(three counts uttering forged bills, 10
counts petit theft, and resisting without
violence. Bond: $750 on the resisting
charge, none on the remaining charges.
onathan Eugene Bell, 24, 500 block
Olive Ave., Nokomis. Charge: operating
motor vehicle without valid license, fail-
ure to register motor vehicle. Bond: none.

Sarasota Police
Department arrests
*Gregory McClure, 28, 400 block
Church St., Nokomis. Charges: posses-
sion of cocaine, operating a motor vehicle
without a valid license. Bond: $1,230.
oseph Charles Clarke, 28, 100 block
San Lino Circle, Venice. Charge: theft
$300-$5,000. Bond: $1,000.
*Ryan Paul Haskell, 25, 100 block
Raphael Drive, Nokomis. Charges:
trafficking in a controlled substance
(Oxycodone 14-28 grams), criminal at-
tempt to solicit, conspire or traffic in a
controlled substance. Bond: $5,000.
*Robert Edward Haskell, 21, 100
block Raphael Place, Nokomis. Charge:
first-degree felony trafficking in a con-
trolled substance. Bond: $5,000.

North Port Police
Department arrest
*Michael John Larive, 35, 1300 block
Copperwood Drive, Osprey. Charge: pe-
tit theft third or subsequent offense.
Bond: $1,000.

Florida Highway
Patrol arrest
Chnistopher A. Shannon, 24, 300
block Short Road, Venice. Charge: DUI
.15 or higher or with person under 18
- second offense. Bond: $2,000.

Sex offender registration
*Jory Louis Stephens-Vicens, 20, 254
block Montelluna Drive, Venice.

Criminal reg istrations
*Lisa Smawley, 43, 100 block North
Irene St., Nokomis.
ason Christopher Ostheim, 30, 500
block Glen Oak Road, Venice.
*George G. Monlouis, 48, 200 block
Pecan Lane, Nokomis.
*Casey Robert Dittmann, 21, 200
block Patterson Ave., Osprey.


he grabbed her by the hair
and drug her into the living room. She
said he then tried to hit her, but missed
and she called 9-1-1-


The woman ran her fingers through
her hair several times and the deputy
saw unusually large amounts of hair out
in her hand. The boy denied being head
butted, but said he and Zaharis were
face to face and he saw Zaharis grab his
mother by the hair and try to hit her.
Zaharis said he only grabbed her by
the hair to get her off of him, and he
denied head butting the boy or trying
to hit the woman.
Zaharis, 42, of the 100 block Palmeto
Road, Nokomis, was arrested and
charged with domestic battery

Venice Police
Depar ment arreSt
*Timothy Aaron Gaunt, 25, 600 block
Sheridan Drive, Venice. Charge: DUI
first offense. Bond: $500.
*Maria Milagro Calero, 26, 1000
block Capri Isles Blvd., Venice. Charge:
failure to register motor vehicle, oper-
ating a motor vehicle without a valid
license. Bond: $240.
*Tina M. Wilson, 33, 3600 block Wind-
erwood Drive, Sarasota. Charge: posses-
sion of drug paraphernalia. Bond: $120.
*Daniel Henry Slack, 45, 4700 block
Forbes Trail, Venice. Charge: operating
a motor vehicle without valid license.
Bond: $120.


prevent her from calling
9-1-1. The wife had visible
redness to both arms and
to the lower portion of
her throat consistent with
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A man who had been punching holes
in the walls of his home tried to bite a
police officer.
According to the Venice Police Depart-
ment report, officers found Michael Da-
vid Whyno unsteady on his feet, slurring
his speech and confused. They also saw
that there were abrasions on his right
hand that were bleeding
slightly. EMS was called to
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ents and learned that he -
was on multiple medica- *
tions, including oxycodone
and morphine, and he had .
consumed most of a bottle WY0
of whisky. While officers
were talking with~hyno continued
to get louder and more aggressive. He
repeatedly reached out and tried to take
hold of officers' arms and hands. He was
told many times to stay seated and stop
reaching for them.
When it was time to walk him outside
to EMS, Whyno fell into a wall and
officers had to help steady him. When
he was seated in a chair outside, he
reached for an officers left forearm and
pulled it toward his mouth in an at-
tempt to bite the officers arm.
Whyno, 40, of the 400 block Albee
Farm Road, Venice, was arrested and
charged with battery on a law enforce-
ment officer. He received no bond.

Sweeper battery
A husband and wife argue and it
leads to domestic battery.
According to a Sarasota County
Sheriff's Office report, Jason D. Gnoza
became angry when he and his wife
were arguing over a floor sweeper,
so he broke the handle over his leg.
His wife said he then used it to push
her against the counter and then he
pushed the broken handle against her
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Ashley Baszto of Venice competed recently at the international ballet competition in Jackson, Miss.


By KIM COOL
FEATUREs EDITOR

While the community
theater world was in Venice
for the quadrennial American
Association of Community
Theatres International 2010
festival, Ashley Baszto, 17, of
Venice, was in Jackson, Miss.,
to represent the United States
at the quadrennial 2010 U.S.A.
International ballet competi-
tion.
"None of the American
girls medaled (in the junior
events)," her father, Ted Baszto,
said. "All the American girls
(in the junior flights) were cut
after the first round. It was a
tough competition."
In the case of Ashley, being
there was a triumph. There
were 119 dancers from 19
countries entered in classical
and contemporary competi-
tions further divided by age.
Ashley was one of the youngest
to be invited.
She was in the junior group,
which included 42 danc-
ers ages 15 to 18. The senior
dancers are generally 19 to 26,
Baszto said.
The competition is run
like an Olympics, with all the
participants housed and fed
in a college dormitory setting
at the site. In addition to the
competition, there were mas-
ter classes, performances by
two professional dance com-
panies and other workshops.
A study of those making the
cut in the various categories
seemed to indicate a high
percentage of dancers from
Asian countries and a few from
South America in the finals,
with just two dancers from
Orlando among the few Ameri-
cans to make the final rounds
in the senior/professional
levels. Dancers came from five
continents.
"It is the cream of the crop,"
Baszto said.


Ashley's ballet career began
at the Sarasota Ballet Academy
when she was 3 1/2. Over the
years she appeared as a mouse
in "The Nutcracker" and a de-
cade later as the young Clara
in the same ballet. Choreo-
graphed by Robert de~arren
during his reign as director of
the Sarasota Ballet of Florida,
it remains one of that ballet's
classic holiday offerings.
The Venice Gondolier Sun
featured the young ballerina
on this page that year. In the
eighth grade at Epiphany
Cathedral School at the time
she portrayed young Clara,
she met guest star dancer Jose
Manuel Carreno, a principal
dancer in the American Ballet
Theatre and a gold-medal win-
ner in the 1990 USA Interna-
tional competition at Jackson,
the event's permanent home.
After graduating from Epiph-
any, Ashley moved to Phila-
delphia to train at The Rock
School for Dance Education.
The specialized school was
created originally to develop
dancers for the Philadelphia
Ballet. Barely into her teens
when she left home, she also
would lose her mother within
two years. Ashley's mother
died in 2009 after a lengthy
illness.
"My wife, Maryjoy, was al-
ways engaged in ensuring that
Ashley had the training and
opportunities that she needed
to keep progressing toward her
goal of becoming a profes-
sional ballerina," Baszto said.
"My wife was adamant about
not letting her illness in any
way disrupt Ashley's progress.
It was a hard burden for both
of them to carry."
While Ashley did not make
the medal rounds at Jackson,
the fact that she was there is
an important achievement
along her road to becoming a
professional dancer.
"It was a good experience,"


Ted Baszto said, "and she was
invited to dance in the closing
ceremonies."
At Jackson, Ashley was one
of eight Americans of 42 in the
Junior Women category. There
were just seven Americans in
the Senior Women, including
two eventual finalists from
the Orlando Ballet. Japan had
the largest contingent, with 11
senior women, six senior men,
six junior women and three
junior men.
Her goal, which she stated as
far back as when she appeared
as the young Clara, is to dance
with a professional company
one day. She completed her
junior year in high school
before heading to Jackson and
will continue her training this
summer in New York City be-
fore taking the next step, which
may or may not be returning
to The Rock for her senior year
of high school and additional
dance training.
As this was being written,
Ashley was flying from Jackson
to New York to enroll in the
School of the American Ballet
for five weeks. Admission to
the intensive summer pro-
gram is offered to a select few
chosen from audition tapes.
Ashley has already reached the
rarified level where her train-
ing and future employment
will all be based on perfor-
mance.
Like The Rock, the School
of the American Ballet was
founded by George Bal-
anchine, founder of the New
York City Ballet and considered
by many to be one of the finest
ballet choreographers of the
20th century.
"She has already been in-
vited back to The Rock for her
senior year," her father said.
Students live across the
street from the school in a
special residential facility
housing about 27 dancers in
apartments run like a dormi-


tory with adult supervision for
the young student dancers.
The Rock provides both ballet
training and a high school
program.
As for returning to Jackson,
which holds its competition
every four years, Ashley could
return at least twice more,
her father said. In addition to
being a major international
competition, Jackson also of-
fers scholarships, workshops
and, for some, professional
contracts.
The top performers at those
competitions are most likely to
be invited to the major inter-
national competitions sanc-
tioned by the International
Dance Committee of the In-
ternational Theater Institute of
UNESCO. A bi-annual event is
held at Varna, Bulgaria, where
the first international competi-
tion was held in 1964.
At Jackson, there were just
five finalists from America.


Asian dancers dominated the
event with 16 dancers from
Asian countries among the
finalists. Dancers perform a
classical program in the initial
round, a contemporary pro-
gram in the second round and
one of each in the final round.
Ashley hopes to change
those odds in future interna-
tional competitions.
Baszto said his daughter's
next competition will likely be
the regional event next Janu-
ary. She placed in the top 12
in both the contemporary and
classical events at regionals
last year, which qualified her
for the finals in New York City.
"Onward and upward," Ash-
ley's father said at the airport
in New York City after leaving
his daughter at the School of
American Ballet. "Ashley's as-
piration is to perform profes-
sionally as a ballerina."


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Ashley Baszto of Venice competed recently at the international ballet
competition in Jackson, who hopes for a career in ballet.


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A reception for the Summerfest art exhibit will be in the Main Gallery of the Venice Art Center Friday, July 9,
5-7 p.m., 390 S. Nokomis Ave. The exhibit will be on display until Aug. 13. The exhibit will feature art inspired
by the theater, ballet, movies and other types of cultural media. Circus memorabilia will be featured in the
Solo Gallery. Complimentary refreshments will be served at the opening reception. For more information, call
485-7136, or visit www.ven iceartcente r.com.


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classes, 6-7 p.m. will be taught

Cs $8 pe hour


Jewelry classes
Time: 6-8 p.m.
Where: ErlenBach Studio,
207 S. Nokomis Ave., Venice
Call: 227-4335

Venice-Nokomis
Rota ry
Time: noon-1 p.m.
Where: Venice Yacht Club,
1330 Tarpon Center Drive,
Venice
Call: 493-0390
Link: www.venicenokomis
rotary~org

Aerobic Walking Club
Time: 5:45-7 p.m.
Where: T. Mabry Carlton
Reserve, 1800 Mabry Carlton
Parkway, Venice
Notes: Members of the Aero-
bicl~alking Club walk at Carl-
ton Reserve, led by a ranger.
Meet at the pavilion.
Call: 486-2547

Duplicate bridge
Time: 1-4:30 p.m.
Where: 751 South U.S. 41
Bypass, Venice
Notes: This is friendly and
competitive bridge for play-
ers of all ages, sanctioned by
the American Contract Bridge
League.
Cost: $7
Call: 485-8366
Link: www.bridgebuddy.net

Square dancing
Time: 2-4 p.m.
where: Jacaranda Trace,
3730 Cadbury Circle, Venice
Notes: Dancing is at All/
A2 workshop level. Caller is
Mike Cox. Dress is comfort-
able. Square dance attire is not
required.
Cost: $5
Call: 408-2627

Tin Can
Sailors

Time: 11 a.m.-2 p.m.
Where: American Legion
No-Vel Post 159, 1770 E. Venice
Ave., Venice
Notes: The Tin Can Sailor
Squadron is reorganizing, and

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Tin Can Sailors (Destroyers/
Destroyer Escorts) are eligible
for membership .
Call: Bob Schpwartz, 497-
10 0, or Chuck Regan, 488-


Women's
Sertoma Club

Time: 6-8 p.m.
Where: Board of Realtors,
680 Substation Road, Venice
Notes: Club meets on the
second Thursday of every
month. Social hour starts at 6
p.m., meeting at 7 p.m.
Call: 484-8387


F RI DAY, J ULY 9

Art reception
Time: 5-7 p.m.
wThere: Venice Art Center,
390 Nokomis Ave., Venice
Notes: A reception for the
Summerfest exhibit will be in

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the Venice Archives and Area
Historical Collection. Personal
research may be arranged by
calling James Hagler, director.
Call: 486-2487

Club food

Time: 11 a.m.-2 p.m.
Where: Venice-Nokomis Elks
Lodge, 1021 Discoverylvay,
Nokomis
Notes: Menu varies weekly.
Drive-up available. Authen-
tic smoked meats available
Wednesday and Friday in park-
ing lot.
Cost: Prices range from $5-
$12
Call: 486-1854

BingO
Time: 6-8:30 p.m.
Where: American Legion
No-Vel Post 159, 1770 E. Venice
Ave., Venice
Call: 488-1157

Euchre, bridge
Time: 6-7:45 p.m.
414 1 e: Jiacarandaa Li~bl y,
Venice
Call: 861-5000

Duplicate bridge
for noviceS
Time: 9 a.m.
where: 751 South U.S. 41
Bypass, Venice
Notes: This is a friendly
introduction to competitive
bridge for those with less than
200 masterpoints.
Cost: $7
Call: 484-9086
Link: www.bridgebuddy.net

Bridge claSS
Time: 9:30-11:30 a.m.
Where: 751 South U.S. 41
Bypass, Venice
Notes: Class is for advanced
players who want to improve
their skills.
Call: 485-8366 or 497-0353
Link: www.bridgebuddy.net

Duplicate bridge

1T me: 71- 3(u U.S. 41
Bypass, Venice
Notes: This is friendly and


competitive bridge for play-
ers of all ages, sanctioned by
the American Contract Bridge
League.
Cost: $7
Call: 485-8366
Link: www.bridgebuddy.net

DJ music

Time: 7-10 p.m.
Where: Eagles Aerie, 621 East
Colonia Lane, Nokomis
Call: 484-4470

Shuffle board

Time: 7-9 p.m.
Where: Hecksher Park, 450
TV Venice Ave., Venice
Cost: $1 nonmembers; free
to members
Call: Bill, 586-5889

AmphibiouS
Forces luncheon

Time: 12:30 p.m.
Where: American Legion
No-Vel Post 159, 1770 E. Venice
Ave., Venice
Notes: The group is seeking
former Coas Guard and Naany
landing ship or crewed on any
amphibious craft that landed
on foreign beaches. The group
also meets on the third Mon-
daydo ,t~hle2I 1ntdh It t ose
Port Charlotte, at 11 a.m.
Call: Venice: Leroy 497-0345;
Port Charlotte: Roger, (941)
474-4341

THURSDY JULY 8

Venice Area Youn 9
Professionals meet

Time: 5:30-7:30 p.m.
where: Crossroads Ameri-
can Grille, 385 North U.S. 41
Bypass, Venice
Notes: Working professionals
between the ages of 21 and 40
meet and network. Appetizers
will be served. New members
welcome.
Cost: $10; free to VAYP mem-
bers and first-timers
Call: 488-2236

Trivia

Time: 6-8 p.m.
Notes: Reservations sug-


gested during season
Where: Venice-Nokomis Elks
Lodge, 1021 Discoverylvay,
Nokomis
Cost: $1
Call: 486-1854

Table tennis

Time: 1-3 p.m.
Where:1Voodmere Park, 3951
Woodmere Park Blvd., Venice
Notes: Drop in on Thursdays
and play table tennis. Bring
your own equipment.
Cost: $2
Call:1Vendy Mages, 486-2780

Line-dance classeS
Time: 11 a.m.-noon
Where: Nokomis Commu-
nity Center, 234 East Nippino
Trail, Nokomis
Cost: $5 per class
call: al-sooo

Hula claSS
Time: 10-11 a.m.
Where: Emmanuel Lutheran
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Time: 7-10 p.m.
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Call: 486-8551

Club food

Time: 5-7:30 p.m.
There: Venice-Nokomis Elks
Lodge, 1021 Discoverylvay,
Nokomis
Call: 486-1854

Time: 5-8 p.m.
Where: American Legion
No-Vel Post 159, 1770 E. Venice
Ave., Venice

Time: 5-8 p.m.
Where: Eagles Aerie, 621 East
Colonia Lane, Nokomis
Call: 484-4470

Guitar lessonS

Time: 4, 5 and 6 p.m
Vhenre: rol nMusic, 513 E.
Notes: Group lessons:
level 1 classes, 5-6 p.m.; level 2


Call: 485-7136
Link: www.veniceartcenter. com


MONDAY, JULY 12

Teaching/Iearning through
the artS

Dates/time: July 12, 13 and 15, 10
a.m.-noon
Where: Venice Art Center, 390 Noko-
mis Ave., Venice
Notes: Three-day workshop teaches
how people learn through painting,
sculpture, dance, music and storytell-


ing.
Call: 485-7136
Link: www.venicearteenter.com

TUESDAY, JULY 20
Dine and Dash luncheon

Time: 10 a.m.-1 p.m.
Where: Sunset Lake Village Assisted
Living, 1121 Jacaranda Blvd., Venice
Notes: The public is invited to dine
and dash, which will also serve as an
appreciation lunch for police, fire and
EMT personnel.
Call: 497-1117


WEDNESDAY, JULY 28

Symphony talk
Time: 10:30-11:30 a.m.
Where: Venice Art Center, 390 Noko-
mis Ave., Venice
Notes: Ken Bowermeister, Venice
Symphony conductor, will present dur-
ing VAC's Inside the Artist's Mind event,
along with Karen Romig, flutist, and
Chris Romig, pianist.
Cost: $5
Call: 485-7136
Link: www.venicearteenter.com


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Notes: DQ will donate a
percentage of sales during this
time to Friends of Lord-Higel
House for its house-restoration
project. The DQ fundraiser
also will be held at the same
time Aug. 11, Sept. 15 and Oct.


Food giveaway
Time: 10 a.m.-1 p.m.
Where: Venice Community
Center, 326 S. Nokomis Ave.,
Venice
Notes: free USDA com-
modities for eligible Sarasota
County residents
Call: 379-6333

Peer referral
counseling
Time: 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
1Vhere:1Vomen's Resource
Center, 701 Center Road,
Venice
Notes: Peer counseling is
available with a volunteer peer
referral counselor who is a
trained listener in a confiden-
tial, nonjudgmental environ-
ment. Referrals may be made
to1VRC services and other
community resources.
Cost: $5 donation requested
Call: 485-9724
Link: www~thewomens
resourcecenter.org

Career counseling
Time: 10 a.m.-4 p.m.
T~here:1Vomen's Resource
Center, 701 Center Road,
Venice
Notes: Career adviser Ania
Morris offers one-on-one
appointments to help with
employment resources.
Cost: $5 members; $8 non-

m all:e 45-9724
Link: www~thewomens
resourcecenter.org

K iWaniS

Time: 11:45 a.m.-1 p.m.
Where: American Legion
No-Vel Post 159, 1770 E. Venice
Ave., Venice
Notes: Visitors and out-of-
tow K wnians are warmly

Cost: $10
Call: Beverly Miller, 484-7394

Running group
Time: 6 a.m.
WThere: Meet at Centennial
Park, near Gazebo, downtown
Venice
Notes: People of all ages,
paces and distances are
welcome. The group meets
every Monday, Vednesday and
Friday. Run-walkers are also
welcome. No cost.
Call: Tuula, 488-5688

Watercolors with
Walter
Time: 10 a.m.-noon
There: Woodmere Park, 3951
Woodmere Park Blvd., Venice
Cost: $20
Call: 861-5000

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Time: 8a.m.
Where: 200 block of Miami Avenue,
Venice
Notes: Venice Art Center and Venice
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inaugural event. Artists of all ages can
bring the event to life. Adults, teens and
children can participate individually or
in teams. Register at the VACS. 390 S.
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Gardening
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noon bring your gardening ques-
tions to Venice Public Library and
receive help from the experts of
the Sarasota County Extension
Service.

Tuesday films
On Tuesday, July 20, at 1 p.m.,
"Duma" willbe shown. On Mon-


day, July 27, at 1 p.m., enjoy "Milo
and Otis."

Videotaping
Tuesday, July 28, 2-4 p.m., join
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Tot Time
Wednesday, July 14, 10-10:30
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donna and Antonio Banderas
star in "Evita" (1996). On July
22, enjoy the screen version
of the world's longest-running
musical, "The Phantom of
the Opera" (2004). Because of
numerous requests for a repeat
showing, on July 29 Susan
Hayward and Rory Calhoun
star in the film "With a Song in
My Heart" (1952), a dramatiza-
tion of the life of singer Jane
Froman.

French Club
Friday, 10 a.m. to noon, if
you have a basic knowledge of
the French language and wish


to practice those skills, then
you are invited to attend week-
ly meetings of the VPL French
Club. The group practices
French conversation during
the first hour followed by read-
ing from French literature and
current topics. No registration
necessary. New members are
always welcome.

Board gameS
Play board games all day on
Friday in July.

Gaming fun
Sunday, July 26, at 6 p.m.,


Join Paul Stonebridge for a
variety of monitor games. For
ages 13-18.

New bookS
at the library
1. "Being Wrong: Adven-
tures in the Margin of Error"
by Kathryn Schulz (New York:
Ecco, 2010).
2. "Damned If She Does,
Damned If She Doesn't:
Rethinking the Rules of the
Game That Keep Women from
Succeeding in Business" by
Lynn Cronin and Howard Fine
(Amherst, N.Y.: Prometheus
Books, 2010).


3. "Last Call: The Rise and Fall
of Prohibition" by Daniel Okrent
(New York: Scribner, 2010).
4. "Merchants of Doubt:
How a Handful of Scientists
Obscured the Truth on Issues
from Tobacco Smoke to Global
Warming" by Naomi Oreskes
and Erik M. Conway (New
York: Bloomsbury Press, 2010).
5. "The Most Powerful Idea
in the World: A Story of Steam,
Industry and Invention" by
William Rosen (New York: Ran-
dom House, 2010).
6. "The Songs of Hollywood"
by Philip Furia and Laurie
Patterson (New York: Oxford
University Press, 2010).


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cultural media. Circus
memorabilia will be fea-
tured in the Solo Gallery.
Complimentary refresh-
ments will be served. The
exhibit will be on display
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Link: www.veniceart
center.com

French Club
Time: 9:30-11:30 a.m.
Where: Venice Public
Library, 300 S. Nokomis
Ave., Venice
Notes: Basic knowledge
of French is required.
Call: 485-3985

Computer
questions
Time: 1:30-2:30 p.m.
Where: Jacaranda Pub-
lic Library, 4143WTood-
mere Park Blvd., Venice
Call: 861-1270

Club food
Time: 11 a.m.-2 p.m.;
5-7:30 p.m.
Where: Venice-No-
komis Elks Lodge, 1021
Discovery Way, Nokomis
Notes: Menu varies
weekly. Fish fry every
Friday. Evening dinner is
followed by dancing.
Cost: Prices range from
$5-$12
Call: 486-1854


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Time: 5-8 p.m. Where: Venice Beach, Friday Night Sign language
Where: Eagles Aerie, near lifeguard station Live concert coffee chat
621 East Colonia Lane, Notes: Bring a chair
Nokomis Call: 493-0775 Time: 7 p.m. Time: 7-9 p.m.
Call: 484-4470 Link: www.newlife Where: Gazebo, down- Where: Books-A-Millior
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and Sunday
Where: Blackburn
Pomnt to Midnight Pass
and return
Notes: Kayaks and gear
included. Reservations
are required.
cost: sso
Call: Terry Brawley,
960-5505


Notes: Free concert
is sponsored by Venice
MainStreet.
Call: 484-6722


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Time: 4:30-6:45 p.m.
Where: Veterans of For-
eign~ars, 832 E. Venice
Ave., Venice
Call: 484-8118

Running group
Time: 6 a.m.
WThere: Meet at Cen-
tennial Park, near Ga-
zebo, downtown Venice
Notes: People of all
ages, paces and distances
are welcome. The group
meets every Monday,
Wednesday and Friday.
Run/walkers are also
welcome. No cost.
Call: Tuula, 488-5688

Food distribution
Time: 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Where: Habitat Re-
Store, 1400 Ogden Road,
venice

Dinner-dance
Time: 5-8 p.m.
Where: American Le-
gion No-Vel Post 159, 1770
E. Venice Ave., Venice
Call: 488-1157

Sunset sing-along
Time: One hour before
sunset


Kayaking tours
Time: 5:30-8:30 p.m.
every Friday, Saturday


Shuffle board
Time: 9-11 a.m. Friday
Where: Hecksher Park,
450 WT.Venice Ave., Venice
cost:s1 nonmembers;
free to members
Call: Bill, 586-5889

Duplicate bridge
Time: 1-4:30 p.m.
Where: 751 South U.S.
41 Bypass, Venice
Notes: This is friendly
and competitive bridge
for players of all ages,
sanctioned by the Ameri-
can Contract Bridge
League.
cost: $7
Call: 485-8366
Link: www.bridge
buddy.net

Bridge class
Time: 9:30-11:30 a.m.
Where: 751 South U.S.
41 Bypass, Venice
Notes: Class is for
advanced players who
want to learn to follow
through.
Call: 485-8366 or 497-
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Wednesday, July 14, and July
21, 1-3 p.m., make crafts, wo-
ven bracelets and more, using
duct tape. The program is for
ages 9-18.

Major musicalS
Film historian Jim Orville
has scheduled Thursday after-
noons in July for a tribute to
Andrew Lloyd Webber. All films
start at 1 p.m. On July 15, Ma-














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Link: www.angel
ministriesofflorida.com

Health Talk PluS
Health Talk Plus, 1:30-3
p.m. second Monday of
the month at Venetian
Gardens Retirement
Community, 1450 Venice
East Blvd. (within Chest-
nut Creek Subdivision),
Venice. This is a free
event. Health informa-
tion will be provided by
local health profession-
als on various topics.
Refreshments will be
provided. Call 484-6841.

Osteo poros iS
Osteoporosis Support
Group, noon, second
Monday of the month
(July 12) in Englewood
Community Hospital's
Suncoast Auditorium,
700 Medical Blvd. RSVP
to 475-3558.

PAST
Parents of Addicts
Sharing Time is a sup-
port and advocacy group
that meets at 7 p.m.
the second and fourth
Tuesday of each month
in the conference room at
Jacaranda Public Library,
41431Voodmere Park
Blvd. Call Maria Ludlam
at 492-3424 or e-mail
p ast.venice.flegmail. com.

Medic are help
Associated Medicare
PtintstIc, an < t >-

poration of volunteers,
helps those on Medicare

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service is free and serves
Sarasota, Englewood
and Venice. It is open
1o a.m.-2 p.m. Monday




2350 Scenic Drive, Ven-
ice. Associated Medicare
Patients is always looking
to train new counselors.
For more information,


call 584-0051.

insurancee advice

Serving the Health In-
surance Needs of Elders,
aka SHINE, visits the Se-
nior Friendship Centers,
9 a.m.-noon Thursdays
at 2350 Scenic Drive. Call
584-0075.

Help with
p resc ri ptionS
The Community Phar-
macy of Sarasota County
Inc., 225 South Tamiami
Trail, Nokomis, assists
uninsured residents in
obtaining their routine
prescription medica-
tions. Call 445-5687 or
visit www.cpsarasota.org.

Meals on Wheels
Venice Area Mobile
Meals provides a warm,
nutritious noon-time
meal to any person in
the greater Venice area
unable to prepare a meal

benta edi apbity h gard-
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strictions. Special salads
and desserts are available
for diabetics. The cost is
minimal and recipients
are billed monthly. The
Meals onl~heels office is
open 8-11 a.m. Monday
through Saturday. The
answering machine can
take a message at any
time. To start the service,
call 488-1889. For more
information, visit www.
VeniceAreaMobileMeals.
com.


10:so a.m. Thursday at
Venice HealthPark, 1201
Jacaranda Blvd. Call 485-
7711.

Careg iver
Time Out

A free weekly caregiver
support group meets
1:15-3 p.m. Friday at St.
Mark's Episcopal Church,
508 Riviera St. Led by
a professional facilita-
tor, Caregiver Time Out
offers group support,
community resources
and activities provided
for loved ones during
the session. Registration
required. Call Pamela at
366-2224.

CoupleS
Helping CoupleS
An anonymous 12-step
program for all couples
looking to improve their
relationships, 7:30-9 p.m.
Friday at South Venice
Christian Church, 2390
Seaboard Ave., Venice.
Twelve-step experience
not necessary. Couples
work on such things as
commitment, commu-
nication, conflict reso-
lution anything that
impedes a healthy and
happy relationship. Free.
(A donation to cover rent
is appreciated but not
necessary.) Call 475-8535
or 492-9547 or visit www.


re covering- coup les. org
for more information.

Walkabout group
The Saturday Morning
Walkabout group meets
at 8 a.m. Saturday at Vol-
unteer Park, behind the
Gulf Coast Community
Foundation ofVenice.
Each Saturday a different
2.5-mile route is selected.
Mileage is recorded and
incentive awards are pre-
sented for various total
miles walked. Bring your
pets, too. New walkers
welcome.

B|Cycling
Join bicyclists from
9:30-10:30 a.m. Saturday
at Volunteer Park, behind
the Gulf Coast Com-
munity Foundation of
Venice, for a leisurely 10-
mile ride on the Venetian
Waterway Park. All levels
of experience welcome.
Call 468-8124.

CO-Dependents
Anonymous
A women-only Co-
Dependents Anonymous
group meets 10-11 a.m.
on Thursday at Unity of
Sarasota, 3023 Proctor
Road, Sarasota. New-
comers are welcome. Call
306-1825 or visit www.
coda.org.


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information
National Alliance on
Mental Illness of Sara-
sata County meets at 7
p.m. the first Wednesday
of the month (July 7) at
Venice HealthPark, 1201
Jacaranda Blvd., Room
1283. NAMI's mission
is to bring support and
information to families
struggling with a loved
one's mental illness. Free.
Call 957-3626 for more
information.

Heart Healthy
Nutrition classeS
Rachel Chambers
presents a free one-hour
overview of nutrition op-
tions, 8:15 a.m., 9:30 a.m.
and noon, first Wednes-
day of the month (July
7) at Venice Re ional
Medical Center, 540 The
Rialto. To RSVP: call 483-
7354

COPD group
COPD education and
support group, 3 p.m.
second Thursday of the
month (July 8) in the
cafeteria at Englewood
Community Hospital,
700 Medical Blvd. Call
473-3119.

Bereavement
group
The Bereavement
Support G~roup meets
<- r~. uh ten ad
month in the Adminis-
trative Conference Room


Blvd. Call 697-0783.

Sign language
coffee chat


Fr der: 7- p~m. s
lion, 4230 South Tamiami
Trail, Ve ic
Notes: Open to all
those who are learning
or wish to practice their
sign language skills.

Psychic Fair
Time: 10 a.m.-3 p.m.,
second Saturday of the
month
Where: Angel Min-
istries, 2269 South
Tamiami Trail, Suite 3A,
Venice
Notes: Tarot card read-
ings, mass ages, spiritual
advice


Lig ht-N-Up
weight IOSS
support group
The local Light-N-
Up weight loss support
group meets at 7 p.m.
Tuesday at Woodmere
Park, 39511Voodmere
Park Blvd., Venice. For
more information and
reservations, call (800)
871-9012, ext.56141#,
or visit www.1ight-n-up.
com.

Wellness
Commun ity
Events are free for
cancer patients and a
caregiver. Call 921-5539.
*Support groups,
10-11:30 a.m. Monday
at Jacaranda Trace, 3600
william Pennl~ay.
*Adaptive yoga classes,
noon-1:30 p.m. Monday
at Jacaranda Trace, 3600
william Pennl~ay.
*Qigong exercise class-
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at Jacaranda Trace, 3600
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*Small-group discus-
sion, For Men Only, 2-3
p.m. the first and third
Tuesday of each month
at 3900 Clark Road,
Building P-3, Sarasota.
This is a drop-in, casual
meeting open to male
cancer patients at all
stages of treatment for
prostate cancer.

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brated their 50th wedding
anniversary July 2, 2010.
They were married in
Venice July 2, 1960.
Edna Wingate is the
former Edna Jean Turner.
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electrician in Venice.
Edna worked as a school
bus driver and trainer for
Sarasota County School
Board.
The couple are the
parents of two children:
Loice (Keith) Carpenter,
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at the festival. When the Zimbabwe troupe
couldn't make the festival, Mooney stepped in
and performed.


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Daniel LaPorte, left, and Brad Wages are Cuisine on Call. They
provided food for the kick-off party for Festival in Paradise.
Wages is also a director and choreographer at the theater.


Jeannette and Nathan Rybicki enjoy the food at the kick-off
party. Jeannette is the assistant costume designer at the
theater.


Sunny Seabrook, left, and Maureen Holland welcomed visitors
and staffed the information booth at Festival in Paradise.








Lori Chase took care of r
visas, travel arrangements
and most other details
that made Festival in
Paradise plays L
without a glitch.


The colorful Dee Wright sells souvenirs
at the festival. The hats and tote bags
were most popular.


Loveland I-ollies Tounder YVonne Pinkerton, left, and one of the
stars of the show, Sharon Wirth, celebrate a spectacular perfor-
mance by the group to rave reviews at the Festival in Paradise.


SUN PHOTOS BY FRAN VALENCIC

The Chinese Opera Institute presented "Painted Faces"at the festival.


well-organized and the volun-
teers are friendly and helpful
and they are everywhere."
The theater had more than
500 volunteers to make the
American Association of Com-
munity Theatre International
Theatre Festival happen.
"\Ve loved shopping down-
town the merchants are so
friendly," the group from Se-
bring, Fla., announced, showing
off their purchases.
out the "I forgot how fast Polish peo-
around ple talk," said Roseanne Brown,
through owner of Venice Stationers.
nd left The Polish delegation visited
dressing- the store and were thrilled she
eft cel- spoke their language.
d loving "I'll bet you never thought
nice. you'd see a Chinese opera in
ivals and Venice," one of the adjudicators
attendee said. "I've taught this for years
was and never saw it in person. I'll


never forget this moment."
"Dad, we did it," a Loveland
Follies actor announced as her
dad pushed her wheelchair out
the door. "Did you hear what
they said? They liked my smile."
Thank you, Venice Theatre.
Bravo.

One of our best

The special person of this
week is Murra Chase.
This nice man should receive
the Venice Man of the Year
Award, not just for bringing the
International Theatre Festival to
Venice, but for putting together a
team that made the festival fun.
During the five days of the
event, Murray was Murray.
He smiled, joked, made an-
nouncements and looked as
though he didn't have a care in


the world. Many times he just
leaned against counter in the
lobby or sat in one of the rare
empty seats, smiling and taking
in the moment, like he does on
opening night of every play he
directs.
In typical Murray fashion, the
theater will do an encore perfor-
mance, repeating the festival in
2014.
Venice Theatre is one of the
ha piest places in town. How
often do we hear people say,
"It starts at the top." As execu-
tive and artistic director of the
Venice Theatre, Murray deserves
two stars for his dressing-room
door.
Murray Chase is one of the
men who make Venice a great
place to live.


This actor looked like he was
wearing a spectacular mask for
the opera until he smiled and
the audience realized his was
one of the painted faces.

Murray 1
Chase, artistic
director -
of Venice
Theatre,
smiles a ,
satisfied smile
as he watches the spectacular
Festival in Paradise come to life.


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Venice Theatre rolled
red carpet. Actors from
the world came, walked
the doors, performed ar
carrying a star for their
room doors. They also l(
ebrating new friends an
a Florida city named Ver
"I've been to four fest
this one is the best," an
from Michigan said. "It


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served as the friendly Venice ambassador at the
festival, telling everyone all about our great city
and selling her popular books at the event.


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performing in the festival received a
shark's tooth necklace as a souvenir
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Venice Theatre earns standing ovation


Bobbie Thompson, left, and Jocelyne Favorite
serve the delicious breakfast provided by Cafe
Venice at the vendors breakfast at the festival.


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NORTH PORT .i~ Eurre 1, I.r.
3/2 on DOUBLE lot, 1349sf, Lg
shade trees, new carpetitile.
shop/shed. Owner financing may
be avail to qualified buyers
$99,470 941-224-6031






NORTH PORT BANK FORECLO-
SURE! Newer pool home! Only
$97,900. View it at
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Cornerstone R.E. & Management.
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2/1/1 Move in Cond. Beautiful trees
surrounding this neat horne in quiet
area. newly painted in & out. $62,900
Anne Fillion
Coconut Bay Realty
941-257-8592 or 421-8345


rvn v..m..v.. Ie L L ntuutUu
$20,000!! fenced yard, shed, split-
plan, updated, near park & boat
ramp, $129,000. 941-766-7369

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front 4/3/2, FR LR DR, gourmet
kitchen, htd. pool, boat lift, owner
fin. lease purch. 941-505-0808


C;Hrt rncet test value In
Prestigious deed restricted
Golf Course community Like
new 3/2/2.5 with pool.
2200sf home. $265,000
Ron @ Tarpon Coast Realty
(941)-223-4781


PORT CHARLOTTE 2/2/2, sec
system, irrigation, crown mold-
Ing, 18"X18" porcelain tile, new
roof/ac, $89,900 239-287-7011
PORT CHARLOTTE 21351
Wallin Ct, 322 Co pletely
rem deled, E~ve~rything nw, A
must see! $149K 941-456-3658


DOWN. FSBO 3/2/2 w/ office
1660 sqft Great Room $115K
owner will hold 2nd Mortgage.
Call Andy 941-380-2305


***-*-* **-*-- -r - -
perfection this spacious home
is ready to move into. Open
floor plan, huge lanai and pool
and spa area. Kitchen updated
5 years ago, security system
Full hurricane protection'
$185,000 MLS C7012631
Call Pat Walker 941-276-4674.
REMAX Anchor of Marina Park


YUnI Cunam..Ui J /Z TurnI,
lanal w/scnd pool, 2 80x165 lots
carpet/tile screened entry w/2
car gar.$200,000 941-624-0463


1700 SF under air, e tra lot inI-
cuded, Northview St. $169,900
941-629-3446


3/2/2, Granite, wood flrs. 2,026
sf ua. $173k. 941-626-6746


NIORTHB sRT rl. st-, s @
Granite. $162,900. Deborah &
cickhoie -Team90RE/MAX


PORT CHARLOTTE i~~'tone
St. GC. 3/3/2 Waterfront, pool,
boat lift, fireplace. $399,900.
941-627-3321 contact Shellee
Guinda @ Century21


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1080 Apartments For Sale
1090 Mobile Homes For Sale
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2 story garage on 1.3 acre lot
$375,000 941-474-4011


NORTH PORT SABAL TRACE
2/2/2 w/den & lanai, 1742 sq ft,
Gated Community, Beautiful
home, move in cond, new paint
outside $219,000 941-423-8810


3/2/2 Canal Front home!
All new flooiring. Great buy at
$108,900. Tarpon Coast Realty
Call Ron McGuire 941-2234781

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-jpltin 9462-3


Oceanspray Blvd Completely ren-
ovated home on oversized corner
lot. $85,000. 941-204-9258


3/2.5/3 Pool, Cul-de-sac, Exc.
view of golf course & lake from
15th blue tee. Hurricane shutters.
$329,000 941-423-6206


3/2 1,450~ Sq.Ft.' in PC. Totally 3/2/2 w/pool,hugescreenedlanai,
remodeled, owner finance. Move- dock, on sailboat canal 1 block to
in within 2 wks. 941-276-2779. harbor. Priced for quick sale at
$349,900 Patti 2698494035
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ENGLEWOOD, NOW AVAILABLE.
3/2/2, 1971 SF. $114,900. MANY
UPGRADES. 6198 Marcum .
Builder Special. 941416-5621


was $165,900
Lakeview Condo, 2B/2B
Gated/Walled Community
Maintenance Free Living
Clubhouse, pool, fitness
MHer tage Lake Pa~rk
IIl 91.76a6m8019pm
Heritage Group Realty, Inc.


Immaculate 3/2/2 + den,
2700sqft. Many new upgrades
Incl. granite work tops.
2571 Wilburn Terr.
169K 941-286-6223


PORT CHARLOTTE F E.0~ ,i PORT CHARLOTTE Full renova-
1400SF. CHA, Fireplace.Stora'ge. tion, all new granite/maple/SS
Huge yard. Great curb appeal. /flrs/air/+++, 3/2/1, Suncoast
$109K/obo. 941-639-8497 Real Properties 941-235-1747


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VENICE ISLAND WATERFRONT
2100 Sq.Ft. $545,000.
Covered Parking & Dock
Lou Sauppe 941-650-9481
Venice Real Estate Company
ENGLEWOOD Manasota Key
4br/2.5ba/2cg home in need of
TLC, but where else can you get
a gulf side home for only
$325,000. Investment Rlty
941-492-5050


PUNTA GORDA Furn. 2/2 on Alli-
gator Creek No bridges & quick
boating acc. $195,000 Marianne
Lilly RE/MAX Harbor 941-764-
7585 www.Waterf rontHomeBuyer~com




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suites, pool & more. $529,000
941-380-0639







PUNTA GORDA ISLES
Sailboat, 3/2/2+, 5 year old, top
of the line extra's. $699,000.
10K Lift. 30' pool.941-639-6044.

PUNTA GORDA ISLES
SECLUDED BEAUTY!
2160 Via Venice Ct.
3/2.5/2 w/pool, 138' on sea-
wall w/2 docks, 10,000 Ib lift,
power boat water, Cath ceil-
ings, pocket sliders, French
doors, cultured marble Roman
tub & shower in Master bath,
Beautiful Turnkey. $399,000.
941-575-8803.







PUNTA GORDA ISLES, Comp.
Renovated 4/2/2, Gulf access.
$419,900. Harry Rowe, RE/MAX
Anchor Realty, 941-457-0508


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HOMES FOR SALE
1020


MNv erih in! L~o y 2/2 sIt
etry hom 1nca. Ne cret
enyd AC soar htedew cared
pool, spacious family rm, FI rm.
w/sliders, 2cg, & much more.
$168,500 941-928-5598


PORT CHARLOTTE BANK
FORECLOSURE! Saltwaterfront!
Ol$102,000! Only minutes to
hro. View home at
www.viewhomestoday.net or call
Cornerstone Real Estate & Man-
agement 1-888-809-1500. details
and our list of foreclosures


PORT CHARLOTTE FORECLO-
SURE! Large Pool Home!
$121,000! Built in 2006!Corne-
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809-1500 ask for Paul View it at
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ROTONDA jl.**.*- 2, i 2 '-'
sq. ft. condo, heated pool, ten-
nis, clubhouse, covered parking,
low maintenance fees, $89,900
Tall Pines Realty
Jeremy T. Jones 941-628-5027


YUK I CUMAKLU II LaKeVlew
$97,700. 3/2/2 Updated, Gran-
ite, wd cab, CBS, all new kit. appl,
laminate floors, new pt in & out
1/3 acre corner lot. 2456 New
bury St. (Olean turn N on New
bury). 941-626-2344.


Downtown area. 44FT saltwater,
dock, deck. 29 Hatchett Crk Rd.
$159,000 941-387-4485

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Key west style 4/2.5/4 Remod-
eled, Upscaleneighborhood,
Close to beaches. Exta 80x100
Lot, No Realtors Reduced to:
$29,000 941-2440116


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PUNTA GORDA i/2/2 vaulted
ceiling, alarm system, new A/C'
fenced yard, Burnt Store Village.
$125,000. 941-875-2189 Paul
Nunez, Thomas Ryan & Assoc.


Built in 2005 with pool and 2nd
lot. Tucked away but so close.
Open floor plan, lots of trees,
fenced yard. $160,000. Owner
MLSL#b g01fns9
RE/MAX Anchor of Marina Park
Call Pat Walker 941-276-4674


Cuto Bil 008 Pol ho e
3/2.5/3 3100 sq. ft. 2 blocks
to beach. $895K
941-375-8462


PUNTA GORDA FORECLOSURE!
Deep Creek! Large Pool home! Only
$89,900! Must sell! View it at
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Terr. SE. Sailboat direct access
3/2/2, tile, lanai, dock, lift, 100'
seawall, $375K (239)-464-3185


..RmC e. 3VL I : __-
Dr., 2/2, Den. Beautiful single unit
at Kingsway Country Club.
$169,950. Linda 941-457-7245
or Jill Brouwer 941-276-4459


Just Bring Linens and Flat-
ware Move into this Immacu-
Iate fully furnished 1st floor
end unit condo at Pt. Char-
Iottes Newport I Just off 175
Seller says Make offer. 941-
380-1961
Debbie@DebbieSaunders.com
Allison James Estates & Homes


DA Beautiful lake view, maint
free. 2BR/2BA/2CG + den
$314K 941-408-9289
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LAKE SUZY Kingsway CC area,
11433 SW Courtney.
3bdrm/2bath. $219,950. Jill
Brouwer Realty, Linda 941-457-
7245 or Jill 276-4459





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LAKE SUZY r II~e... i ::1 ir1,
12144 Egret Circle North Shore
#1501 3/2, part. furn. $95,000.
Jill Brouwer Realty, Linda 941-
457-7245 or Jill 276-4459







LAKE SUZY, 12:'1SW
Kingsway Cir. 3/2.5ba, den,
pool/spa $399,000. MLS#
C7002190 Linda 941-457-7245
Jill Brouwer Realty 941-276-4459


PONI CHANLOI IE- ln:1
5557 sq. ft. 4 min to Harbor.
$629k 18961 McGrath Cir. 941-
457-3687 hillfl@comcast.net


w/ pool, cloen ...Ponc de SOUTH VENICE Very nice
Leon Park, good fishing, sail- 3BR/2BA on Beautiful
boat canal, close to harbor, wooded lot. Very Private, 1
dock & lift, tile thru out. $360K. mile to Manasota Key Beach.
941-286-3411 $109,900
Kevin @ Tarpon Coast Realty
941-716-0564


Ebegant 3/2/3
Huge Paver Brick Deck
with Dramatic pool & Spa!
Backs up to Nature Preserve.
Only $495,000
941-493-7447 Owner/Broker


I~~i--. _
PORT CHARLOTTE Lovely 3/1
home NEW: roof, A/C, cabin.,
itch. appl, floors. $79K Poss.
finance 941-629-6329


2845 Sancho Panza Ct. Very
Quick Sailboat Access Inter-
secting Canals; new dock &
16,0001b lift; heated pool;
metal roof; total
electric shutters; pavers;
stainless/granite kitchen;
tile/carpet; $629,000
Karen Tammen, Realtor,
RE/IWT- 3abrRealty.


S0011- valvicE very nice
3BR/2BA on Beautiful
wooded lot. Very Private, 1
mile to Manasota Key Beach.
$109,900
Kevin @ Tarpon Coast Realty
941-716-0564






VENICE LEASE TO BUY
Loovel noryr .s31R/ Bme
w/ private casita for guests.
Close to beach & downtown
FSBO $429,900 (941)488-4045.


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tilefloors, 11 /tray eilin s roan
in shower, Corian, hurricane win-
dows Only $144K 941-628-8579
PORT CHARLOTTaEde3 /H2Pool'

Award Winner Priced to sell!
$159,900. or Rental prices avail.
941-258 3185
www. MarsellaHomes.com


PUNTA GORDA ISLES 3525
Roseau Dr Fast Sailboat access!
HiarTsr.Kare n78%men R/MAX
0639 karent@remax.net







PUNTA GORDA Ranchettes. Built
in '05. 3/2/2 w/pool, on 1 1/2
acres. 1953 sf w/Ig. Ianai. asking
$230,000 obo. 239-284-9119.


VENICE 2, i I:1IIrl..*..:II:I.I Cus-
tom Built Home. Nice Back Yard &
Pool. Exit Realty Gulf Coast
Susan Daniels 941-204-0596

WATERFRONT
HOMES 1030


Serene Saltwaterfront 3/2/2
home w/Dock, Seawall,
Boatlift, Gulf Access Many
upgrades $289900.00 941-
456-0738 RickCochan.com
Remax Alliance 941-456-0738


At Colony Point, Top flr 7C
PUNTA GORDA PENTHOUSE
SALTWATER FRONT
8 Iarge picture windows on
to nf oor wth fabiu os mile
quality hardwood & tile floors
Garage/dock avail. 1800+ SF.
$550,000 Make Offer To 508
776-2223 & 239-839-1534


PFi BLUt 11tnUN PINtS
55+ golf comm. 2/2/CP
On pond, Lg. Ianai, new floors
New p int, cean well mant.
941-347-8618

PORT CHARLOTTE Maple Leaf
Est. new '05 on fairway. 2/2.
Miaml Dade roof Beautif ul.
Turnkey. $164K. 941-637-1422.


Pelican Pointe Catalina model on
2th fa nry cmes 9 uyr

Kari A Battaglia PA, Coldwell
Banker 941-270-1851


2or2/625poolluhso with do ka
maintained by city, dead end
street in restricted neighbor-
hood. $229,900. Lisa
Laf lamme, Micheal Saunders
and Assoc., 941-916-0538,
Lisala@earthlink.net







PUNTA GORDA, BSM, i+E.Iil.1
2Ba, pool, 1970sf. $310,000
Deborah & Dick Miller Team.
RE/MAX Anchor. 941-662-9900
see


3// Car Cr. la ge fam. I lv
i~ng roomr+o Ofice.9r 0794KO BI n~e,


VENICE ACRES TROPICAL
PARADISE 3.7 Acres, 4BR/3.5BA
3,889 A.C. Sq.ft. 6 car garage,
You will not find a better value!
$449,000 941-484-1198


~~. to
PORT CHARLOTTE, Riverwood
4/3/2, pool overlooking 3rd
green $379,900. Patty Gillespie,
Re/Max Anchor 941-875-2755

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1040


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BANK FORECLOSURE IN
BEACH Complex. Was $550,000
Now priced at $242,900! Deep
waterfront! No Bridges to the har-
bor with immediate access to
open water. View it at
www.viewhomestoday. net.
Cornerstone R.E. & Mlanagement.
Call 1-888-809-1 500/details and
our list of foreclosures
MANASOTA KEY
Waterfront cottage for sale.
No bridges to gulf.
Call 941-237-8906


PUNI C;MAKLUI It, 155/ Long
son 3/2 by ball park. 1653st
$139,900 Mike/Murdock Realty
941-204-7032 MLS#C7005376

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DedGII CUIIIIIhulIL)Ity DUIRL III LUUO:
tin ePriced at le14 ,90 1" Ccond
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VENICE BAY INDIES 2br/2ba
Double wide, Nice, Clean, Good
cond. Lot fee $750/mo Only
$1000. its yours! 941-232-4263


PUNTA GORDA, Deep Creek
103 Cata arac Ct b ilk li~ke2 st

pool. Extra lot incl! $179,000
Karen Tammen, RE/MAX Harbor
Realty 941-380-0639
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4BR P30B 2. GAR heated
.OO o vrie
cul-de-sac lot in gated ,
community "PEBBLE CREEK .
Included in this exquisitely
designed home is a gourmet
tchen w/granite counter tops,
aquarium window, fireplace &
telist goes on! Incredible deal
at S350K. Offered by
PROFESSIONAL REALTY
41-625-1339

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PLACIDA, DON PEDRO ISLE. Gulf
front town home, 2/2.5,scrd.
porch, deck, pool & tennis. Dock
w/access to intercoastal, Just
Reduced! $625,000.941-697-4416


PUNTA GORDA, E ar
return. 2 Leased Homes on 17
1.39 Ac. $169,900. John Bockin,
RE/MAX Harbor. 941-833-4216


^,mmeav c vcu, you, vva
Custombuiltpool. Nothing but
the best!_$281,900 941-228-2849
Debbie Jones Investors Choice


PUK I CUAKLUI II Updaaea
222, s en 5d00yarad, hG rrd
Re/Max Anchor 941-875-2755


PORT CHARLOTTE 510 E.Tar-
nnbB vd,1 id0c nabo iftminseto
Irg.Ianai, new kitch. redone, gran-
ite counters, 2/2/1, new tile, fur-
nished $179,000 941-629-5199


PuNIve uo~nuA rateS i ree
3/2/2, Htd. pool, 178' rim canal.
Spectacular view! Furnished!
Anco h0R ItHy, 41R O5EO058M

PUNTA GORDA WATERFRONT
Great View, Boat Dock, newer
2/2/CP, & 12x12 lanai. Res
Owned, htd pool, Lgclub house.
no pets. 55+, _$ 000_ Sell-
ing due to health, 941-8338370


PUNTA GORDA- jl.**.*!. I; jl re
hme ion Psrtare Cee w/8,pool
Karen Tammen, Realtor, RE/MAX
Harbor Realty. 941-380-0639
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SOUTH VENICE Charming 2/2
split, renovated, new kit/ba, gran-
ite, tile, appls, blocks to South
Venice Beach ferry & Shamrock
Park, $139,999 941-408-7110


2BR/2BA 1st tloor condo. bb+
Comm. Close to beaches, golf, shops
A must See! $139,900.
DOUG BURNS
BOCA GRANDE R.E.
941-830-0403 MLS#D5778744


PORT CHARLOTTE,3/2/2 2000
sf canal-front, bird watcher s par-
adise! $149,900 Patty Gillespie
Re/Max Anchor 941-875-2755






PUNTA GORDA i2i -,str- -
front new home, Shell Creek Next
to private parks etc. Poss. owner
fin. $149,000. 941-626-2898.


23n0 Seq. t livin rea, sailboat
access, dock & boatlift, metal
roof, pool, $450K 941-889-7882
PRICE REDUCED on Punta Gorda
Lakefront 2-story, 3/2.5 in quiet
neighborhood.
28229 Jacinto Dr. 1-75 Easy
access. Financing Available for
Qualified Buyer, Easy Terms. For
details call
1-800-879-4143


Crantrkitchedocmkanonupsarabdes{
canal. Move in cond. $270,000.
(941)-505-2225
RIVERWOOD, 3257 Village
Lane. 3Br/2BA/2.5CG
$159,000. Call 1-330-304-7218
or 941- 585-1022.


VENICE ISLAND rll:ri-l I:I:I.rI1IIII:I.r
Newer 3BR/3BA built in 2000. 10ft.
celilings, brand new kitchen with
Granite and Stainless, Tile roof, Gated
community $398,900 232-9081
Signature Sotheby's International


E, CHARLOTTE HARBOR
PUNTA GORDA, illl..:.at 3BR/2BA/CP Ground Floor,
Access, Almost new 3/2/2CP, Great location, small complex
Fireplace, 1,700 sf. Nice area! Low condo fee, heated pool
$179,000. 941-624-0355 $149,900 (941)-743-4127


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DEEPCREEK Villa, Heritage
Lake Park, 2/2, den, 2CG, green-
belt, tile, crown molding thru out,
$149,900 941-627-6542






ENGLEWOOD 2/2, Lower floor
End unit, Furn. Tennis Court & Pool
Reduced! $105,000
Owner anxious!
For appt. please call: Ruth Brown
Floridian Realty Services
941-270-0189
MLS# D5778228
ENGLEWOOD 2/2/1 Gulf Winds
on Oyster Creek w/dock, access
to Intercoastal, clubhouse, htd
$oo ,0-f Bshutes 0l 6tile,


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Engrlewood
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Rotonda
2/2 Oaklandhills $700

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Port Charlotte

SHOR n yM OR SEASON 5
2/2 Knox from $800

erri Snalhaven frm$9500

2/1 Deep Creek from $900
2/.5 Sande from $10000

11 HrOrLVillage from $800
Edgewater Ctr
Comm Condo $800 plus tax

TfianySSuquae $1000 plus tax
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CONDOS/VILLAS
FOR SALE
1040


MANUFACTURED
HOMES FOR SALE
1095


L-s~
PORT CHARLOTTE 1965 Knox, OTCALTE '6Pl
56' 2/1/CP, dining, living, laundry, POTCHROTE '6 am
kitchen, lanai, remodeled. Must Harbo+pr,. luurous 3/2/2us,190
see! 55+ $19,000 941-255-9941 Sa e ie. p$r1k990 Po cl ou
PUNTA GORDA 1/1 14x40 0387 or 941- 204-2847
furn, 55+ Resident owned SR.
Park. RIVER HAVEN MHP
10 000Bu notm Strd U~nit6


VENICE BANK FORECLOSURE!
CONDO! Priced at $77,000!
Near beaches and golfing!
Bank Musthliquidatda View it at

Cre stone R..& Mann gement.
Call 1-888-809-1500/ details and
Our list of foreclosures.


Io HaK unitwar,
Furnished, Cabin, LOW
TAXES, Beautiful old oaks
REDU E!S791MO0-OBO,


PR HROTKINGS GATE
CountrA tlub Lif Style

For Only $155 000!
2BR, Den, 2BA, 2Car Gar.
Maint. Free Golf Villa.
Spli tPlan wt ou Cilngs.



PORT CHARLOTTE LAKES EDGE
1st floor, Next to pool, lake view
2B/2c% Ah rl nC)e On, bright,
$65,000 owner 561-452-2959







PORT CHARLOTTE Ti:r-r..dlly
remodeled 3/2 villa, new floors
plumbing fixtures, SS appliances'
cherrywood cabinets, 3 walk in
closets, large tiled garden lanai
$99,000. Call 941-625-8051.


PUNTA GORDA i .11.:.:.I.:-ln,
1580 SF. Maintained & updated.
Awesome water view, golf cart
incl. 55+ comm. Lot #46. Pets
OK. $99,500. 941-833-3334


GUILD, TN. 2200 Sqft. 3/2
3 Car, 1 Acre, Blt. 2000. Great
Room / Large Loft, Views of TN
River, Nickajack Lake/Mts. Low
taxes. Reduced. $253,500. 941-
485-2030


haidicap access villa, bea 1-
pool, patio w bay views & priv hot
tub, redesigned kit, vault ceil w
loft. REDUCED to $389,900
941-320-5152 www.jettyvilla.com
llW,~P-M~lP I ""


PUNTA GORDA jllll J .11.::I1:--n
2/2/Den, 55+, dbl wd, open flr
plan, Ig lanai, shed, furn incl.
$89,900. 941-637-7803


runl ulnuvnn v+arau,
50x26 Palm Harbor 2/2 split, all
new roof over & New appliances
Ceramic floors, Lanai & shed.
Fully furnished $79,900
941-627-4860 or 905-627-3835


PUNTA GORDA, Like New 2005
2/2/CP w/ Gulf Access & Pni-
vate Dock. Park Hill Estates, 55+
Community. $79,000. Jill Brouw-
er Realty, Linda 941-457-7245

VENCE ILE5R5A RESiTE
Owned Comm. Lic. R.E.
Broker. 941-485-7743
Many homes to choose from.


tal By) #5, 321 fu~rnis ed
$119,900. Jill Brouwer Realty,
941-766-1606 Linda 941-457
7245 Jill Cell 941-2764459


$879 9200 s ehpeo L. ige,
P.A. Signature SIR 941-809-7580


PORT CHARLOTTE F lFl a.:e
Estates. 3200 Loveland. Open
B nke SKsta n94 1-2e5ngOwell
PORT CHARLOTTE, Promenades
W, furn, spacious sing, 4 closets,
breakfast bar, laundry, pool, etc.
$47,500. 814-8381991 or 941-
258 2478


2004 Jacobson 28X52, 55+
golf course, 10X20 golf cart
gar corn r kotA Mruge tre s,
Priced to sell at $123,900
941-639-5554


minium #1205. 3/2 beautiful, furn.,
lake views from EVERY window.
Reduced-$119,500. 517-789-5129


LO~
E. ENGLEWOOD 3/2/2 on
each side. AII appliances. Very
Nice. Looks Like new. Only 4 yrs
old. $230K 941-809-1820


Pet Friend /, 2BR/1BA. New Full
Remodel. Furnished. Fun Clubhouse/
Pool. Walk to shops. 203-912-6006

VENICE RANCH M.H.E.
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT

is beinm Rn vated!
Lot rental community
Singlewide homes starting @
$500.00 down
Doublewide horme starting @

WAI.KING DISTANCE TO
PUBLIC & CVS
55+ comm. No pets
Call Dick or Steve
941-488-5672
www.VeniceRanch.com

,,,


PUNTA GORDA Immaculate quali-
~built double wids tPaam Habrbor,
tiful Rv rsid Oas 55+ commeuan
9y we ha r~e 5ae6, mt sell.


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LAKE SUZY, PRESTIGIOUS

OnK 1th hoeA3YeGOtI. Ful.LEnd
Unit, Move in Ready, Immac. 3/2/2
Open Plan w/ over 2400 sq. ft.
under air! Family Room overlooks
G~ora trienb VCommun 1yo,
Melody Wheat
United County Wheat Really
941-628-6825


Hr or, New,Kne er lived in63612
$ n al S9 Eane 94 6
4800 Fishermans Village Realty


vuplex Tor sale, oSy,yuu Lt a
15epderinunit te y re oatd
community. 14 1/2% cap rate.
Call Doug 941-258-8099

TRI-PLEX
FOR SALE
1075


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PUNTA GORDA Tl r n 4, 2,
2005 Jacobsen, caged pooVlna,
handicapped access, no lot rent,
55+, $128,900 734-788-1548







PUNTA GORDA-BLUE HERON PINES
55+ Comm. Beautiful 3/2,
GOLF COURSE COMMUNITY
Was $89,000. Sell for
$59K/obo 941-626-5035 "

PUNTA GORDA Nice remod-
eled 2bed/2bath, large carport
screenroom,utility shed, $13,900
941-626-7829 Greg.


Pal rHarbOHM s
5 Singles, 3Doubles

Immeit Deiv2yLY







VENICE 55+, BOATING COMM
2BR/2BA, new floors, Furnished
& well maint. $108,900
Resident owned 941-697-4472


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tAdd EUu Unere adr
toyou a o it er!


SF, river view, boat slip, large
wrap around porch, lots ameni-
ties. Lease Option 941-286-5245


end unit with a view. PRIVATE
BEACH $399,000 Pineapple Gulf
Properties, 941-350-1470






PLACIDA:
Bay Front Penthouse Condo
Bay Front Penthouse Condo

nocndo nee hbr vi ible, vx 1-
lent bay & sunset views, 3
BR/2V2 BA, plus den & choicest
2-1/2 car garage parking w/2

tprc e soard lokrx vt m

boat slip being permitted. Choice
Placida area. Nearly new, Over
$800K invested, sell for $525K.
twe vinanc9n -possibe.7 Real-


vtivict very desirable 5b+
Com, 2/1 Mobile Home, fully
furnished and well maintained,
with roof over, large glass lanai,
carport and storage room.
$13,900 OBO 941-493-0019


P.UNTA GORDA ISLES, L_....IrIy
Vivante condo on Charlotte Har-
bor. 2350 SF. 3/25, granite, lux-
ury furniture $300 monthly paid
for condo fees for 1 yr. Finan.
avail. $289,900. 941-235-3528
PUNTA GORDA ISLES, million
dollar view on harbor. 2BR/2BA.
7uts~el 5$18149,000.
941-70-52


....m ......... I.. I. e 2 u u
room, 1-3 bedroom, great loca-
tion on the bay, pool, $900,000
941-206-0250

Triple Just steps from the
beach on Manasota Key.
Great income potential

1300$ oidyDrive
Ron Tarpon Coast Realty
941-223-4781


vtNivit, very aesirale on +
community, 2/2, like new,

dy all c dh~ead rcal i i
ceramic tile in kitchen and bath'
very nicely furnished,$79 900
080 941-493-0019

MANUFACTURED
HOMES FOR SALE
1095




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ARCDIA 4/2 Tipl .1 4, Car
port/Shed, Lanai & 2nd Driveway,
Furn. or Unfurn. Sunrise MH 55+
$89,500 863-558-2689
Arcadia Village 55+, #475,
3Br./2B, furnished 2006 Palm
H rbour Tipl Wid ,1 00bl ca

(863)494-6033.






LETTUCE LAKE AREA 5 acres
zoned AG, fenced & cleared, 28x64
1800 sf, 24x20 metal garage
$187,500/0B0 941-624-0275


w/ 1800sf+, topflr. unit with it s
Ta m 3c9 kE/,0 H~a bor 941n
3003 are tremax.ne


N pail, t&d septi eunrp .
$119,900 Call 941-421-2085

MOBILE HOMES
FOFR SLE
1090


rum GrimLUl it I unpun in
55+ comm. Across from The

d u tu a pCe nt4 r N3 e e ..

or 941-391-4708
PORT CHARLOTTE 2/2 Bottom
FI, Remodeled 2010, Most rooms
tiled, close to 41 & 75, storm
shutters, outside storage rm
w/Lanai, New A/C, $74,900. Neg
941-979-2134


PUNTA GORDA- E.: :I rlaning i
2.050SF 3/2/2 & study, pool, spa,

tl91/1 2.D Opn to trae va II .
941-626-0696


ARCADIA 2004 Skyline, DeSoto
Village 55+, 2/2, 1144 sq ft.
Lanai, Shed w/loft, Turn Key
$54K 260-413-4090
CALOOSA LAKE Village
3bd/3ba home with canal view.
Split bedroom plan. Lg master
bedroom w/ Ig walk-in closet has
a bath located on either side of
the closet, 1 for her & 1 for him.

Adl bdosom 8 ls fe s a
walk-in~~~~~ coe Saiu thn


d~eOTil oNerookEd r 09,0. C l
Elaine for details 941-661-4800
Fishermans Village Realty






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ROTUNDA WEST VILLA i i
Built 2005 Total SF 1776 3'4j-B
Boundary Blvd 33947 $136,500
574-229-1317


pa ndC Ley com lx na
shopping yet private. Call me
about owner financing available.
Nickie Sherwood. Professional
Realty of SW FL. 941-628-3396
PORT CHARLOTTE CONDO
Ground floor, fum,
2BR/2BA/CP Pool, Ja uzi
Tennis, Shuffle Boaruzz,
Rec Hall, etc $59,900.
941-613-2940


CIYU...YVVUy ww...us, are
3BR/3BA 8 rooms total. Take
over payments $550 per mo
Bal $56K 678-524-4151


ROC WATERFRONT COMMUNITY
Furn 2BR $9,800
941-426-0666
www.myharborcove.com


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LAKE SUZY I.:lllnrr, l_..ling mi.
to PC, 1-75, Wal Mart, PRIVATE 2
1/2 acres, 3/2/CP, well, septic
$159,900. 941-743-6601.
NORTH PORT single wide in
55+ MHP. 2/1/CP, lanai, shed,
$9,800. 941-525-2135


village tKeally DanK owrica river
front. Stunning views! $185,000.
Elaine for details 941-661-4800
PUNTA GORDA Emerald Pointe
Condo, 4th flr. Canal view. 2/1,
Beautifully appointed. Turnkey.
Boat Slip.$127.9K 941-637-1422.


IvUlnir FUKI La UBaSa, ZUU4
Palm Harbor Homes, 2/2/2car-
port 1474 sq ft, $155K Blaine,
Power Brokers 941-740-2595. '


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CONDOS/VILLAS
FOR SALE
1040


MOBILE HOMES
FOR SALE
1090


OUT OF AREA
HOMES
1110










ARCADIA 3B/1B, CHA, Carport,
Fenced Yard $650 mthly
(863)-558-11 30
AWARD WINNING
SUNBELT MGT.
SERVICES
At RENTALS i

a3/2/1 Tile Flo rs
Corvette Ln.,or,
N.P. $700 MO
+t3/2/2 Lanai,
Westchester Blvd.,
P.C. $800 MO
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Rentals Going Fast<
Call TO LIST YOURS!
Expect the Best
941-627-8122
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ENGLEWOOD 3/1 home,
renovated, $700 + util.
3bl~oc~k fro mdulf. Pets OK.

ENGLEWOOD AREA Clean
1BR/1BA, fully fum. enclosed
Ianal, lots of storage in safe quiet
park with boat ramp. Close to
shopping. $625 941-662-0015
ENGLEWOOD
POOLS POOLS POOLS

3/2/2P/o~olh t ook $10
2/2/ Pool up ated $50
WEST COAST PROP MGT
941-468-0667
www. RentalsFlorida. net
ENGLEWOOD Remodeled
2/2/CP on canal w/ dock. Min. to
Lemon Bay. W/D Pets OK. NS.
941-628-2268
ENO WOOD RetalS
CAI.L 941 473-9616 or
mmpropemrtmgmtcom
ANNUAL & SEASONAL
RENTALS
Call The Pinea ~le Girls
Pinepp41 G f Prp. Mm. nc.
www.RentEnglewood.com



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$85...3/2/2 Granite, Efficient...........PC
$90.3+/2/2 Canal w/Dock.............C
$1100..3/2/2 Pool, Open Floor...........C
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HOMES IN GATED
COMMUNITY
15 Homes!
Furnished/Unfurnished

A TI)62r9-3e3annal
(941)-650-9831
www. mbgvacationpropertles .com

+ NEED A RENTAL A
Paradise Properties &
Rentals, Inc.941-625-RENT

NOpK Mtnis INLeTScisCON1DO
$750 Mo.9 al4 Stetson3Properties

NORTH PORT 2/2/2 plus Den
13872 Tamiami Tr. Nice house
Non-smking, 1600 under air
$795 +dep 941-224-6031

RO5RTaHORWT c3/2/02 de ,L

Pine Ave. (941)-429-2846.
NORTH PORT- Lakeside Plant
New 3/2/2, W/D, lanai, pets,
N/S, lawn & pool svc. incld. Rent
neg. Oksana 703-887-5738
PORT CHARLOTTE (Murdock)
2/2 carport + Ig Florida Room,
quite area, CHA all tile $725 mo
+ Securities. 941-204-2333
PORT CHARLOTTE 2/1 22118
MIWASECBULR DE4500SMONTH'
941-468-4096

t Reco ner LtO Eiwalk2 i ls
et, tile throughout, new appl.
$600/mo. 941-391-1985

PORT CH RLOTTIEd 272o 39925
mo. 1st + sec. Ann. Sm. pet ok
(941)-626-1514 941-743-0386
PORT CHARLOTTE 2/2/1, clean
home ikitquiet area lIvki rnoo ,

pets. $700 mo. 941-268-0601

YOATT DCH 2A/ 2 $T7E75 mo2 It1
last & security. On canal. Private
back yard. 941-626-2293
PORT CHARLOTTE 3/2 on SWF,
close to harbor, fenced back
yard. Lawncare included. $950.
941-380-2104 or 941-766-0778


PORT CHARLOTTE 3/2/2
152 Buckeye: 2,000 sq ft pool
home on water, $1,275.
Credit/background ckreq.
941-628-9810.
PORT CHARLOTTE Neat &
Clean, 3/2/2 Canal, fenced,
Close to 41, 3325 Conway, Pet
OK. $925/mo. 941-6260121


PUNTA GORDA 1 BR mobile
homes, $425. to $525 + $400
Secuy NIW S~pa 4$36500 mo.

PUNTA GORDA 55+ park,
2/2, furnished, lakeview, avail-
ale 5nO53 It mo 26s2%ur ty5 dep

VENICE Clean Ibr/1ba, 2br/1ba
Wa r/2ba s fe quets nnmuni y.t!
Rents starting at $5851mo
1st month only $99.00
VENICE RANCH MOBILE HOME
ESTATES 66+ COMMUNITY
941-488-6872
VENICE RESORT, bedroom,
Furnished, utilities included $650
Month 941-764-0552

EFFICIENCIES
FOR RENT
1350


ENGLEWOOD, furnished Walk to
downtown. Incl water &elect. $550,
F/L/S, NO PETS, exc ref. Annual or
Mth to mth. 9414754562
PORT CHARLOTTE 2 room

$10 wewka r n9t41 66-42Wd.

Eff c eCE, Shnort or Ing Nem,
furn. or u~nfumn.3 50

VENICE renovated efficiency,
long term, cable & utilities includ-
ed, fully furnished, microwave, tv
screened lanai. 941-662-0477

ROOMS FOR RENT
1360



OGOLwk Oquiet arrea clore tnt
beach, 941-234-3746
NORTH PORT Private bedroom
and bath. Fully furnished. $350
Ionth p u~s5 00 deposit.

PORT CHARLOTTE Rooms for
rent. $100 per week. includes
everything. 941-830-3253 or
941-681-1161
PUNTA GORDA ISLES, pool,
wu suhseed frv urn ihinc, iternekt,
+ Dep. No Pets. 941-286-6765.
SOUT VENICE ROOM W/ HOUSE
PRMILEGES. $400/MO COVERS
AI.L UTLilES NO PETS.
941-493-3173

RENTALS TO SHARE
1370


PORT CHARLOTTE, 3/2 Apt, nice

0/-3&12 olin I 91464

VACATION/
SEASONAL RENTALS
1390


Manasota Key 2/2
C nd~o0 thslft Available now
Call 941-460-0241

BUSINESS
FOR SALE
1600


THOMAS BREAD ROUTE.

2 Pu~buix S etay Ntart61K,
Includes trailer. Price $142K.
w $47K dn. Financing.
941-400-3927 Terry Williams
Sun Business Brokers.

BUSINESS RENTALS






Murdock Prof. Plaza
980 Sq. Ft space avail.
Real Livng AII Florida
Realty 941-629-1121
NOKOMIS Office/Retail
750 SF. 312 E. Laurel Rd. Water
& la b~ages vice incl. $635 mo.

OFFICE/RETAIL Rent on Veter-
ans dhffi88 ndFt eAlread d~ivid-
$770/mo 941-629-9001




Exec ti eC Oire uites
Receptionist, all util. &
staotin at $29 pe mo
Omni Executive Center


(Across eo )BPb cE~va sC II
Mar or Shirley 941-627-9755
www.omniexec.net

OTCHARLOTTE Afforal
Professional Business Office
US41 incl. Utilities. Call
niaTait 941-25888
PORT CHARLOTTE Audio & Tint


Shop, w audio display, 1700 SF,
23375 Harborview Rd. $850
941-232-8455 or 941-639-5705
PORT CHARLOTTE, shared
office space. Fax, ph, WIFI, free
long dist. Furn. $250mno. w/util.
941-625-7679


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Wednesday, July 7, 2010


CONDOS/VILLAS
FOR RENT
1240


ROTONDA BEAUTIFUL
2br/1.5BA, Furnished.
Ava15 u~nt Joan 1s 904s,2 &5al5

VENICE ISLAND 2 2nd
floo conernic 2/b~r ht
r70m orne vtement Ilty
941-492-5050

TOWNHOUSES
FOR RENT
1280


PORT CHARLOTTE 3/1/CP,
CHA, W/D, $635 Mo. No pets.
1st, last & sec. (941)-629-7056
OaRnTdCH RLtO E/2 fre n y
& bonus room. 1500 SF. Commu-
nity pool & tennis. $925 mo. +
sec. No pets. 941-456-1486
PORT CHARLOTTE
Lrg., 2 Bdrm, 1 Bath
NEWc bind he r e, No
Pets $550. (941)-743-3489
PUNTA GORDA 2Br/1.5Bs/1cg (LG)
Den, Lg. [wng & kitchen, all apps, lawn
serv $750/mo $2250 /move in.
941-9165356or 8152184
PUNTA GORDA 3/1 Tile
Throughout, central air/heat,
$650 mo. Rent or Rent to Own
941-639-2823
PUNTA GORDA 3/2 Cath. ceil-
ings, tile, Nice, Clean with outside
deck on Shell Creek. Lg. yard.
$945/mo 941-457-6806
PUNTA GORDA updated 2BR/
2BA bungalow/cottage off River-
side Dr. 8003 Hillman Ave. $585
mo. Drive by & call if serious.
941-457-7213
PUNTA GORDA, 3/2 Spacious
7stcrtr 7oblig yrd,+b~ 7 I a
Call Jim for details 941-924-2764
PUNTA GORDA, 727 Monaco
If. Burnt Str edsles.o.3 t aotn
securities. 941-626-2293
ROTONDA WEST 3/2/2 on
canal, built in 06. Split bedrooms,
nice floorplan. Call Stetson Prop-
erties $1050. 941-475-7603
SOU I- VENICE k/ tNice,

$725/mo + dep 941-258 5061
SOUTH VENICE 3BR/1.5BA
Fenced yard. Pets ok.

$9m Moo.Be9a4ch4R6 67 7
SOUTH VENICE, 931 Euclid
Rd, 4/2/2, fenced, spacious
fam.room, lots of privacy, 2 mi
tolb ah ex94 school, 6p~e~ts ok,

VENICEitn hlbR/ hogreatRlosc

back yard w/ Seperate studio
Call 941-270-0265 _$192112
VENICE 2BR/2BA City water
CHA, $800/o Sec d oit
Availablelm 1/m941- 23 e44
VENICE, Chestnut Creek 2 21
Just rebuilt New everything
w/wood cabs & granite $1175 Mo
Stetson Properties 941-475-7603


PUNTA GORDA on US 41
CEDAR POINT OFFICES
265 sq ft. $495.95
inc ele tr c, water sale~stax

VENICE Offices/Warehouses &
office-warehouse combo's, AHl
sizes & locations. 941-485-1119

COMMERCIAL/
INDUSTRIAL PROP
1620


VENICE- OFFERS Spacious The Fountains
Apt. 2/2, Great place to live. 3 New Name
blks to bch & 2blks toVenice Ave New Management
shops. $875/mo 941-485-7645 Updated 1, 2, & 3
Bedrooms from $520
DUPLEXES Move in Specials-Call today'
FOR RENT941-429-9799


ENGLEWOOD 2/2/1 11151
Kimberly Ave Clean, fully
applianced with W/D
$700 month with $750 securi-
ty. 603-682-2403
ENGLEWOOD ROTONDA
2/2/1 with lanai, on small lake'
no pets, $750 mo 941-697-7869
MURDOCK, Beautiful, spacious,

2on eit,1 ell-kep area,a t
vaulted, screened lanai, fans,
W/D hookup, lawncare. $615-
$725/mo. F/S 941-623-5987
NOKOMIS Move In Special 2
and 3 bedrooms, good area,
Ia unts wte inluded, fr m
n60 p wa4 -2 -6380om

NOKOMI drWove In Specia e2

clean units, water included, from
$600 & up 941-228-6380
PUNTA GORDA 2/1/CP, very
clean, $675 month, includes
water. $1,300 moves you in.
941-740-0491

APFAORTRMEENNTS

1320


CHAR HARBOR APTS.
1BR $475/mo and 2BR
$550/mo 941-505-8530
CHARLOTTE HARBOR 1/1 apt.
updated, incl water pool scr. Ianai
no pets $550. 941-628-3759.

FREE 12 mins from Venice
2br w/ den 2 ba 1300sf, pool
$399. moves you in $750/hm
941-4730450
ENGLEWOOD, 1/1
QUITE, NEw PAINT &CARPET.
$500/Mo $300 SEC.
INCL. WATER 941-2231809


nmmum a aU Y vl.
House & Shop, 1399 ft. Hwy 17
Frontage, Zoned Comm. Info
863-494-5540 or 863-244-3585
LAKE WALES Prime retail store-
front in the Lake Wales Downtown
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RELAXATION STATION 1225
US 41 Unit B3. Charlotte Trade
Center. N of 776. 941-625-0141.

SCHOOLS
& INSTRUCTION
3060


*SPECIALContinuing: Education*

CNA, HomN heith300CPR $350
CNA, Home Health, CPR &
Psh oo mng s7t5.
www.flacna.com 941-822-2290

CNA TRAINING $225.
Day, night & weekend classes
Avail. 941-497-1177
www.justi nwil lise na.com
ED KLOPFER SCHOOLS OF CNA
TRAINING 1 week class $249.00
Locations: Sarasota. Port Char-
lotte, Ft. Myers 800-370-1570

BIBLE STUDY
& CHURCHES
3065


CALVARY BIBLE CHURCH

1936 E. Venice Ave. Venice
Friday at 9am.
Study features video teachings of
noted Bible Scholars on
various subjects.
For more info. Call Rev. Jones at:
941-485-7070 or visit
www.CBCVenice.com
FAITH LUTHERAN CHURCH

4005 Palm Drive, PG
Thursday 7-8pm.
Adult information classes
Open to anyone interested in
becoming a Lutheran or joining
the church. 941-639-6309
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH

278 S. Mango St. Englewood
Monday & Thursdays at 9am.
Offering chair exercise classes
For more info. Call 941-474-2473

REDEEMER LUTERAN CHURCH

Englwood E. 6465 Mayport Rd.
Tuesday 10am 11:15am
Pastors Bible Classes.
In the Fellowship Hall.
For more info. Call 941-475-2410


BURIAL LOTS/
CRYPTS
3070


2 CRYPTS at Restlawn Memorial
Gardens, Unit 16 West, Level B,
$9600. (352)-588-4825
CRYPT MAUSOLEUM
In Englewood,Gulf Pines
Memorial Garden $3,500
080 (moving) 941-743-2342


RESTAURANT/
ME2DOCOALHOTEL
20302040


A+ BARTENDER &
CASINO TRAINING
Poker Dealer Classes Now!

(29) s34-86300

WAITSTAFF,
Come apply for a 40 hr. posi-
tion, come in person to 2305
Aaron St, PC, ask for JJ.

SKILLED TRADES
2050



Must have some Certs.
Current or expired.
Apply in person to:
Gene Gorman Tire
& Auto Repair
4396 Tamiami Trail
Port Charlotte

AUTO TECH needed. Must
have experience, and own
tools. $20-28 for flat rate hour.
Call 941-268-1650
HURRICANE SHUTTER
Installer, Forcefield Hurricane
is adding another crew 3 years
exp. tools, truck and clean dri-
ving record required. Apply in
person only. 10am-2pm @ 1931
Tamiaml Tr, # 5, Port Charlotte.
Absolutely no phone calls,
A/C INSTALLER, Replacement/
Duct Installer, 3 Years Exp. &
Valid FL DL. 941-485-3238
MOLD REMEDIATION
TECHNICIAN
Port Charlotte contractor needs
experienced mold remediation
technician; other skills a plus.
Must have FL driver's license.
Apply in person 17436 Seymour
Ave. Between Collingswood and
toledo Blade.

MANAGEMENT
2060


SALES MANAGER, Fulltime
grat pa.Must be ergt c
ourteoing and have saea exp i-
ence. Please call 941-820-
1000. Please Leave MSG with
your contact info..


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Classified Page 6


Wednesday, July 7, 2010


WWW.SLunn9WSD8Ders. net


TRAVEL/TICKETS
3080



2 ROUND TRIP tickets Direct Air
from Punta Gorda to Kalamazoo
Michigan, $100/ea Call (941)-
743-4338
NASCAR TICKETS subway 250
july 2nd 60. value. Sell $25.
941-268-2271

LOST & FOUND
3090



FOUND: Beautiful young tiger
cat, found at Pickwick Road, NP
941-423-8098
LOST BLACK SCHNAUZER
"TWINKLE" SHY, NEAR MER-
CHANTS CROSSING AREA.
THIS DOG BELONGS TO
AUTISTIC CHILD THAT REALLY
MISSES HIM. PLEASE CALL
941-587-7691

LOST BORDER COLLIE, white,
gray & black. Male,name "Largo",
off Atwater & Ladner, Pt. Char.
Has collar with info. 239-945-
1234 or 941- 613-2341.


EDUCATION
3094



HOMEOPATHIC STUDY GROUP
Englewood/Venice
4143 Woodmere Park Blvd-
Jacaranda Frances T. Boume
Lbrary

Tuesday 6:00 7:30 PM
Group meets to study Homeo-

v ritou rl attp cspeert iing
to Health, Healing, and Home-
opathy. Love offering.

Group meets every 2nd
Tuesday of the month.

TM PROGRAM

Warm Mineral Springs
Every Saturday at 11am
LECTURE
Reduce stress, Improve health.


EXERCISE
3095



400 W. Retta Esplanade

Saturday at 9:30am.
TAI CHI QI GONG
KRIYA YOGA MEDITATION

1250 Rutledge St.
Unity Church of Peace
Monday at 7pm.
941-423-0029

VENICE HOLISTIC CENTER

251 Tamiami Trail
Monday 9am.
Tuedy 86:30-180p



Call YR cek erMry914 817 6 9

RELIGION
3096



4 WEEK MENS BIBLE STUDY
Starting June 23, 30th, July 7th
& 14th 10:30am-11:30am
'Wi~ha nT~he Dd~ hT Ich You

Presented by
Pastor Dana Allan Narring
Faith Lutheran Church
4005 Palm Drive, Punta Gorda

FAITH9L4UTH6E3R9A6N3 URCH

4005 Palm Drive, Punta Gorda
Various Days & Times
CONFIRMATION/BIBLE STUDY
Classes for Youth and Adult
941-639-6309


CPR/FIRST AID

American Red Cross
Individual Classes for $25.
Combined Classes for $59.
Review Classes for 25.00
For More Info: 941-629-4345

CO NSE, Wut-n~ationa C~ert
Beginner Class. Registration &
Start Date: Friday, July 9, 6pm.
Interested persons meet in Franz

R sm. 1 k33 Q~uesmult rpo.Pte
Char. Pool sessions start July 10,
1-4pm @ Port Charlotte High
School Pool. Call 941- 628-1125.
Fees payable to Tom Fisher, Char-
lotte County YMCA Members
$125, Non Members $150.

4000


CARPENTER, INC. One call
does it all. Lic & ins
#RROO67689. 941-627-0657.
DAN THE HANDYMAN
Bath rm & kitchen remodels
Painting, Carpentry, Anything?
941-697-1642
DAVE'S HANDYMAN
Honest, Knowledgeable & Reli-
able. Call for all your needs, Small
or Large. 941-628-8326 Lic./Ins.
HOME IMPROVEMENT Home
repairs, kitchen, bath, paint, tile, floor,
etc. Lic & Ins. Joe 941-883-1303
REID'S CARPENTRY
Remodeling, Additions, Decks,
Frame & trim. Call for a free
Quote at 941-234-5130

LAWNIGARDEN
& TREE
5110


AN OCCUPATIONAL LICENSE
may be required by the City
and/or County. Please call the
appropriate occupational licens-
ing bureau to verify
A JAMISON TREE SERVICE
Complete & Professional
Will Beat Any Estimate!
Prof. Arborist Free Est. 10%
Sr Disc., Lic. & Ins. 941-423-
0020 941-423-0020,
475-6611, PC 539-2644
FLOYD BROTHERS
Now accepting new accounts. Reli-
able & reasonable rates (941)-
809-9485 or 223-1738
GRASSY GATOR Lawn & Tree





MOVNG/HAUING,


5130



HAULING Yard & Constr
CWa te& ceanu Grg
941-284-8087or 564-6049

PAINTING/
WALLPAPERING
5140


ACT NOW FOR AMAZING
BANG FOR YOUR BUCK!
Low odor paint avail. Call Al 941-
468-2660 Lic#AAA00101266
25+ Yrs exp. Former Firefighter


ARTS
3091



GROUP GUITAR CLASS
Venice Community Center
Tuesday, 6:30-6:45 beginning
July 6, $15. Call Peggy at
941-483-0755


MOSAICS

Thursday 6 9pm
Call Rosemary at 941-697-7888

NEW for TEENS...join the Art
Program coming to the Bayfront
Center YMCA, 750 West Retta
Esplanade, Punta Gorda. Learn
acrylic textural painting tech-
niques taught by celebrated local
artist Jill Park. Final projects will
be evaluated by Christopher
Frame, Art Director of Harbor
Style magazine, and winning
works will appear in the maga-
zine's October issue! Classes will
meet Tuesdays and Thursdays,
11:00 Am to 1:00 PM from July
6th through the 29th. This YMCA
community service program is
being provided free of charge;
students will need to bring their
own materials from the list we
provide (estimated at about
$20.00). Stop in to register and
pick up your supply list.
Call (941) 347-8855

PG BOAT CLUB

802 Rett Esaplanade.

WOODCARVING

941-505-4246 941-575-4276








BELLY DANCING

Charlotte Cultu la C nter

941-276-0935


L..ua l um: orange witn Ilgns
& dark stripes down his body

isetdai.If youisso I eim&
please call 941-769-7213.
LOST DIGITAL camera with
ca geroinnbcaanvas bag wiithdp~a rR



941eoo 456-280 Rwr 91



LOST SHIH-TZU, 10 yrs old.

e/a ro mV nice A~n iml C la
tag w/owners name & phone
number. Lost Sunset Beach off
Shamrock area, Venice. Mon.
6/28/10. REWARD. 941-493-
5357 or 941-375-1493.

ARTS
3091





10205 Burnt Store Rd. PG
RAFTERS DAY
1st and 3rd Monday of Month
1:00 P.M.


COMPUTER REPAIR, home or
office, free system survey, esti-
mates, software, hardware, net
work, web. 941-237-1460.

JDS COMPUTERS, Absolutely

p4 1er r6C sone 4pe 66 5d ys



SERVICES
5060



Priority List House Cleaning
& Ironing, Free Estimates, Refer-
ences 941-408-3383


ERRAND/ SHOPPING
5075



BRANDON EXPRESS Profes-
sional Shopper & Driver. Will shop
for you, drive you to doctor's
appointments, any chore you
need we will accommodate you.
Fully insured. References, Bond-
ed. Call Brandon, 941-889-7734.


VENICE DOWNTOWN
RARE OPPORTUNITY:TURN KEY
BEAUTY SALON. BUY EQUIP. FOR
RNT REUC6TON. ES4T LI HED







ARE you receiving monthly pay-
mnt as 863rndrmot a98e I buy














AN OCCUPATIONAL LICENSE
may be required by the City
and/or County. Please call the
appropriate occupational licens-
ing bureau to verify.


LINEDANCE

Aerobic Instructor
Will teach @ YOUR
Community Center or Club
All ages/levels
941-426-5136
or
MoonSwammi@aol.com


FICTITIOUS NAME
12



aeeL~aw urFun t
Section 865.09,
Florida Statutes
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the under-
signed, desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name of U.S. Trade
and World Export, Inc. located at 731
MacEwen Drive In the County of Sara-
sota, In the City of Osprey, Florida
34229 Intends to register the said name
with the Division of Corporations of the
Florida Department of State, Tallahassee,
Dtd at Venice, Florida, this 2nd day of
July, 2010.
U.S. Trade and World Export, Inc.
Publish: July 7, 2010

NOTICE OF ACTION




IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Twelfth JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR Sarasota COUNTY,
FLORIDA
Case No.: 2010 DR 4752 NC
Division:
Romina Z. Heredia,
Petitioner

damuel-Caban Marquez,
Respondent.
NOTICE OF ACTION FOR DIS-
SOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
TO: Samuel Caban Marquez
2407 Datura St, Sarasota, FL
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action has been filed against you
and that you are required to serve
a copy of your written defenses, if
any, to it on Romina Z. Heredia
whose address is 2121 Wood St
# A203 Sarasota FL 34282 on or
before July 26th. 2010 and file
the original with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court at 4000 S. Tamiami
Trl Venice. FL 34293 before ser-
vice on Petitioner or immediately
th rafter. If y fail toer youo so, a
default may be entered
against you for the relief
demanded in the petition.
Co ies of all court docu-
ments in this case, including
orders, are available at the
Clerk of the Circuit Court's
Office. You may review these
do umet ukpeoen rtehqeu rof
the Circuit Court's office noti-
fied of your current address.
(You may file Notice of Cur-
rent Address, Florida
Supreme Court Approved
Family Law Form 12.915.)
Future papers in this lawsuit
will beomald tetdh clrkad rs

WARNING: Rule 12.285,
Florida Family Law Rules of
Procedure, requires certain
automatic disclosure of docu-
ments and information. Fail-
ure to comply can result in


NOTICE OF ACTION
16


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT TWELFTH
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
MANATEE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
Case No: 10-DR-05367
IN RE: TERMINATION OF PARENTAL
RIGHTS PENDING ADOPTION OF:
RE: A. M. E.
d.o.b. April 27, 1998
d.oM.. September 18,
2001
NOTICE OF ACTION
DIRECTED TO: JOSE ESCOBEDO
YOU ARE NOTIFIED THAT the Petl-
tloner, a Florida Respondent, has Institut-
Preatnal R ghts Ins rs ta Couy FoI
da, a copy of the legal description of the
same Is attached hereto as Exhibit "A".
You are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, If any, to this
above-styled action on Ms. Maureen
Avila, of Avila Family Law Offices, Petl-
tloner's attorney, whose address Is 49
East Avenue North, Sarasota, FL 34237;
and on or before August 2, 2010, and
file the original with the Clerk of the Court
atoney oro ns diely te efter ohrs
wonhe a e aal ilb en erehdeaC aityu

Dated: June 21, 2010.

Clerk of the RircuitSHOuRE
/s/ By: Sonja Agurs
Deputy Clerk
Publ sIe inuVenice
June 30, 2010
July 7, 2010
July 14, 2010
July 21, 2010

NOTICE TO
CREDITORS
20


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
SARASOTA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
IN RE: ESTATE OF
ROBERT J. BABLITZ
Deceased.
File No. 2010-CP-002198-NC

ThN a~d nlstra in of th state
of ROBERT J. BABLITZ, deceased,
whose date of death was March 14,
2010; File Number 2010-CP-
002198-NC, Is pending In the Cir-
cult Court for Sarasota County,
Florida, Probate Division, the
address of which Is P.O. Box 3079,
Sarasota, FL 34230-3079. The
names and addresses of the person-
alreprenste tat aadth r e rsonat
fotAlbelowditr of the d dent and
other crersoonrs having eccalms or
demands against dece ent's estate,
oenquwrheodmtoabe served mt sstnoectheis
claims with this court WITHIN THE
LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE


NOTICE TO
CREDITORS
20



OF e Pdat of frs ulication of this Is
July 7, 2010 "
Personal Representative:
GREGORY C. ROBERTS
341 Venice Avenue West
Venice, Florida 34285
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
RbrtBT rKong~b~eil 8
Kln~g e& R~obeerts,W t A
Venice, Florida 34285
Telephone: (941) 485-2900
Fax: (941) 486-8565
PUBLISH: July 7, 14, 2010
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR SARA-
SOTA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
IN RE: ESTATE OF
MARJORIE J. GARRISON
Deceased.
File No. 2010-CP-2311-SC
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of
MARJORIE J. GARRISON, deceased,
whose date of death was March 11,
r01aIspno n mIn rhed rc~urt C urtD f


names and addresses of the personal
representative and the personal repre-
sentative's attorney are set forth below.
other pern hvin caelm dd ma d
against decedent's estate on whom a
copy of this notice Is required to be
served must file their claims with this
cor rlMTHTHINERT E AER OFOFT3
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE
OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE
ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent
and other persons having claims or
demands against the decedent's estate,
must file their claims with this court
WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN
THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN
SECTION 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA
PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME
PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY
CmLAM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR
MORE AFTER DECEDENT'S DATE OF
DEATH IS BARRED.
ntiche dat of is~t publication of this

Personal Representative: DAVID
COATEs
5454 Gabo Road
North Port, Florida 34287
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
MARGARET S. FROOK, ESQ.
Florida Bar No. 115800
B000NKE, OONE, BNE, E, ODA &
1001 Avenida Del Circo
P. O. Box 1596
Venice, FL 34284
Te eph90nle):49047898-6716

PUBLISH: July 7, 14, 2010


MOTHER 5000

3097-


BUINS ll? PU P



CHILD CARE
5051



ALL CHILDCARE
FACILITIES MUST INCLUDE
WITH ADVERTISEMENT,
STATE OR LOCAL AGENCY
LICENSE NUMBER.

FLORIDA STATE LAW requires
all child care centers and day
care businesses to register with
the State of Florida. The Sun
Newspapers will not knowingly
accept advertising which is in
violation of the law.

COMPUTER SERVICE

5053


FINANCIAL


*1A+ COMPUTER REPAIR &
BUSINESS ny[OR...IMYOUIR I-IVE
OPPORTUNITIES Reasonable & Prompt!
4010 sr. Disc. 941-615-7888


NOTICE OF ACTION
16



sanctions, including dismissal
or striking of pleadings.
Dated: 6/16/2010
KAREN E. RUSHING, CLERK
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
By: E. Hermnan
Deputy Clerk
Publish: June 23, 30, July 7, 14,
2010
188875 2429348

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
TWELFTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
SARASOTA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
Case No: 2010-DR-006403-NC
IN RE: The Marriage of:
Kel T eFischer
and
George A. Fenick
Respondent '
NOTICE OF ACTION
For Dissolution of Marria e
TO: RESPONDENT: George A. Fenick
Last Known Address: 3407 Braden-
ton Rd., Sarasota, FL 34234

eO AeE NOatIFEDoHT Ta acto nh
required to serve a copy of your written
defenses, If any, to It on Kelly T. Fisch-
er whose address Is 3407 Bradenton
R., Sra2 t, dfL h4e34on rn weo e
the Clerk of this Court at 2000 Main St ,
Sarasota, FL before service on Petitio -
er or Immediately thereafter. If you fail
aoga s yoa doerfat r fbefdeemat
in the petition.
Copies of all court documents In this
case, Including orders, are available at
the Clerk of the Circuit Court's office. You
may review these documents upon
request
You must keep the Clerk of the Circuit
Court's office notified of your current
address. (You may file Notice of Current
Address, Florida Supreme Court
Approved Family Law Form 12.915)
Future papers In this lawsuit will be malled
to the address on record at the clerk's
office.
WARNING: Rule 12.285, Florida
Family Law Rules of Procedure
requires certain automatic disclo-
sure of documents and information.
t r lureticmpl cair rsesuotri stsin
of pleadings.
Dated: June 17, 2010.
KAREN E. RUSHING
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
By: G. E. Blanchette
Deputy Clerk
VeieGondolier Sun
June 3, 010
June 30, 2010
Juy 7, 2 010
Juy 14, 21

Advertise TodavI "


NOTICE TO
CREDITORS
20


OFMET F TNEOTFIRETOPRUBICADTON
AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF
A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.
All other creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons having
claims or demands against dece-
dent's estate must file their claims
with this court WITHIN 3 MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
WITHIN THCEL MME PNRITODSF SEd
FORTH ION DEACTIPONOB7 3E70C20DE
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME
PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY
CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR
MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of first publication of
this notice Is June 30, 2010.
Personal Representative.
CHE8RYl5 1.IsABe DL
North Port, FL 34291
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
H. Greg Lee
H. GREG LEE, P.A.
Florida Bar No. 351301
2014 Fourth Street
Sarasota, Florida 34237
Tcesp Ine: (99411 )96514-09627

PUBLISH: June 30, July 7, 2010


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR SARA-
SOT COUNTY,
PROBATE DIVISION
IN RE: ESTATE OF
GEORGETTE O. DUKE,

File No. 2010-CP-002206-NC
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of
GEORGETTE O. DUKE, deceased,
whose date of death was May 18,
2010, Is pending In the Circuit Court for
Sarasota County, Florida, Probate Divl-
slon, the address of which Is P.O. Box
3079, Sarasota, Florida 34230-
3079. The names and addresses of the
personal representative and the personal
representative's attorney are set forth
below.
All creditors of the decedent and
Other persons having claims or demands
against decedent's estate on whom a
copy of this notice Is required to be
served must file their claims with this
court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3

O 0 DBALYS FF HES NOET O
SERVICE OF COPY OF THIS NOTICE
ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent
and other persons having claims or
demands against decedent's estate must
file their claims with this court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE
THALL CLAIE ONOT FLEFDOWTITH N
SECTION 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA
PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED.
PENOOTWITEHTSTFAONHNGABTOHVEE TME
CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR
MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S DATE


NOTICE TO
CREDITORS
20


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
SARASOTA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
IN RE: ESTATE OF
MARILYN J. MCGINNIS-BUCHER
Deceased.
File No. 2010-CP-002163-NC
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
MATh~eYadmmistraton f the e tateE
deceased, whose date of death was
March 15, 2010; File Number 2010-
CP-002163-NC, Is pending In the Cir-
cult Court for Sarasota County, Florida,
Probate Division, the address of which Is
P.O. Box 3079, Sarasota, FL 34230-
3079. The names and addresses of the
personal representative and the personal
be resentative's attorney are set forth
All creditors of the decedent and
other persons having claims or demands
against decedent's estate, on whom a
copy of this notice Is required to be
served must file their claims with this
court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3
MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE
OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE
ONl Ether creditors of the decedent

dmad sgas Tdnescehde' etae smus
file their claims with this court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOT CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN
THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN
SECTION 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA
PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOREVER
BAN WITHSTANDING THE TIME
PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY
CmLAM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR
MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S DATE
OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of first publication of this
notice Is June 30, 2010.
Personal Representative:
ELMER J. BUCHER
5165 Oakland Hills Avenue
Sarasota, FL 34234
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
H. Greg Lee
H. GREG LEE, P.A.
Florida Bar No. 351301
2014 Fourth Street
Sarasota, Florida 34237
Telephone: (941) 954-0067
Facsimile: (941) 365-1492
PUBLISH: June 30, July 7, 2010

OTHER NOTICES
38




TO PLACE YOUR LEGAL
NOTICE, CALL KATHI
(941)-207-1011
kwalsh@
venicegrondolier.com
(at the Venice Office)
fax (941)-485-3036





PUNTA GORDA
GARAGE SALES
6007


SATURDAY AND SUNDAY,
FI LM 91A0MAT 5 M
776 Industrial Park, Hwy 17
MASSIVE "GARAGE SALE"

Desks, refrigerators, washers
and dryers, chairs, building
material s, fishtthaenrks d all








ALSO, we will pick up your
unwanted items including
boats, cars, fish tanks, tools,

IT insour"arg s o e .
Please call 941.575.5790 or
941.628.2741 for donations.
We can come to your house
orromus esat Jplck ittos u
Friday July 9 "

ROTONDA AREA
GARAGE SALES
6008


11 Pin Valle Place. Garden
equip., electronics, household &
other assorted items.

S. VENICE AREA
GARAGE SALES
6010



SAT. July 10, 1RS3

Free Healing
$15/15 min
ANGEL MINISTRIES
2269 S. Tamiami Trail
Veie941-284-9459,49-95
SAT. 8-? 324 Cowry Road.
MOVING -Patio set, freezer,
Air conditioner and many more
items. Rain date Sunday 8-?

OnTHURS FRI SAT 8-2 1


HOUSEHOLD GOOD
6030


GRILL CUISINART GRILL, GRID-
DLE & PANINI MAKER. LIKE NEW
$75 941-380-3000
HOT WATER Tank & Exhaust Fan
You Remove. $125 941-474-
3592
HUMIDIFIER SUNBEAM cool
mist 2 gal. $15. 941-626-0837

I BUY FURNITURE
Or anything of value!
941-485-4964

KARAOKE, CD-2cassettes play-
ers. like new. $30, OBO.
941-621-2496
LAMP, HALOGEN 100w work
light with stand, works great
looks fair. $8. 941-626-0304
LIGHT TABLETOP
Motion swimming fish.
$10. 941-423-2585
LIGHT, OUTSIDE ENTRY WALL,
LANTERN TYPE, NEW, WHITE,
$10 941-764-7817
LUGGAGE SET Samsonite 29"
wheeled valet & 23". Excellent
condition. $149. 941-276-1881
MIRROR SET, Safari Leopard
Print Border, 1 Large, 2 Side.
$50. 941-426-7837
MIRROR, BEVELED Wall Mirror
full size 68" x 20" x 3/8". Excel-
lent. $13, OBO. 941-621-2496




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background. $15. 941-423-2585
PICTURE, LARGE LEOPARD.
$75. 941-426-7837
PIZZA MACHINE Presto Pizzazz
revolving pizza oven. Fresh pizza
in 20 min. $29 941-286-4508
RIDING LAWN MOWER in good
Condition. 12.5HP, 38" cut, new
Battery. $275 941-639-1537
ROMAN SHADES Ivory. 25.5
x70 2 @ $25.ea 941-505-6290
ROMAN SHADES941v-5r0.5-6240


lg~ht bron sri es da3r0k 9 u-2m
2585

dReUs gNeuta bititones, leba
7ft. $15. 941-423-2585
SCREEN, FIRE PLACE. 3-section
Antique gold color. Beauty
$25, OBO. 941-621-2496
SEWING MACHINE potable
Si ger w/arry case mpuli fea-
ture. $59, OBO. 941-621-2496
SHADE, ROMAN. Iv ry
52"w x 50"h. $40 9401-05-6290
SUPERBROOM EUREKA bag-
less brush up vac, works great.
$6. 941-626-0304
TABLE/DESK wooden, nice

'2n yds$5x0,cOdO. 394-6x94455wl8
TABLETOP FOUNTAINS 4 Flo-
r~e~ntine pc~s N~ew in box. $7, OBO

TOASTERbaOkVEN tBrand Ne oill

whte. $25 941-875-6272
VACUUM, Royal model 8000
upright. Like new. $60.
941-626-0837
WINE GLASSES, CRYSTAL Set
of 4. Marquis Waterford Crystal.
New. $60 941-875-6272

Wn MAKINGm EUP uriari 5
941-697-3658
WINE RACK Natural solid wood,
folding. Holds 9 bottles. $15
941-276-1881

HOLIDAY ITEMS
6031


TURKEY PLATTER New IB-
GOha~m41Cry~sa Harvest Bounty

TURKEY SALT/PEPPER Skrs
New IB.Gorham Crystal."Harvest
Bounty" $8 941-875-6272
WREATH LG. lighted xmas
wreath 4'.fully decorated. use out-
side/inside. $49 941-235-2203

FURNITURE
6035


A FURNRJRE SHOPPE
Selling Quality Used Fumnitum
941-473-1986


ARMOIRE BROYHILL TV/ent,
pe~can exc cond, w/ free TV.
$0,OBO. 941-743-9055
BAR SET, Med. oak traditional
wood with brass rails and 2
stools. $475 941-474-3528
BATHROOM SPACESAVER
VANITY OVER THE TOILET,WOOD
$39 941-626-7682
BED -Mattress/Box. Used will sell
$50. Local 941-629-5550 or 941-
456-5555.


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PAINTING/
WALLPAPERING
5140



LQ@ K
BEST PRICE FOR QUALTY JOBI
Best Coast Painting
Residential/Commercial
Handyman services also!
Visa/mc/disc accepted
941-815-8184 AAA00101254

PLUMBING
5160



THINK PLUMBERS are too
h gh? Give meL ary R~eltired73m~as-

Ross (941)-204-4286

ROOFING
5185



ENGLEWOOD ROOFING.
SINCE 1975
*NEW ROOFS RE-ROOFS
*REPAIRS
Comm & Res 941-474-5487

RAY'S ROOFING OF
CENTRAL FLORIDA
All types ofhroffinofsshingles
Cool Seal Mobile Homes
Suntex Tubular Skylights

Specializing in redecking &
reroofing mobile homes
816 Braddock Road
Auburndale, FL 33823
863-967-3170
863-967-8252 (fax)


MISCELLANEOUS
5230



MASSAGE THERAPY


Mirieg h am ce
Greater range of motion
Back pain
LegJ ntoot pain
Neck pp in
Gait

Results guaranteed
James Carlisle MA58892
1080 E. Mariposa Ave.
Bartow, FL 33830
(863) 533-2041


DOLLS
6027


DOLL 19" china head low brow
$225. 941-637-6474
DOLL frozen charlotte in watch
case. $85. 941-637-6474
DOLL, PRECIOUS MOMENTS'
Hula Dancer, still in box, great
condition. $20. 941-628-6371
DOLLS EFFENBEE "1944 yarn
hair". $295. 941-637-6474
DOLLS KESTNE 17" 195 dep
350. $20. 941-637-6474
DOLLS WW 2 ear dolls, w.w. 2
cloth dolls. $20. 941-637-6474
TALKING DOLL unimax limited,
blonde. Approx 18 inches. $20.
941-628-6371

HOUSEHOLD GOODS
6030


2 OVAL WOOL rugs 24x42
w/fringe. pastel colors. beautiful.
$60, OBO 941-235-2203

.. Advertising WorkS i
Arcadian ONLY Classifieds
M rc~handse under $05p0e0REE
$25 for 4 weeks (4 lines)
$35 till SOLD! (4 lines)
Call Tami at 863-494-2434 or
email tjewell@sun-herald.com
AIR PURIFIER HOLMES for big
room 4 speed w/remote slight
use $30, OBO 941-621-2496
AIR PURIFIER lonic Breeze
AC/DC attach to headrest or for
home NEW $15 941-769-0828
BAKER, 2-QT, Covered, New IB.
Towel SilverPlated. Baker/ Serv
er. $20 941-875-6272
BATH TILE: Italian, off white,
8x10. Small box. $10
941-276-1881
BOOKS J.D Robb Promises in
death & Stranger in death. $5.00.
941-627-6780
BREAD MACHINE Panasonic
SD-YD250 Bread Bakery.Top of
the line. $79 941-286-4508
CARPET CLEANING supplies
0280eS00 94 6 st~ea clean++

CARPETING BERBER Beige
300 ft. New in Feb. $485.
941-473-8015
CHAIR DOCK/LANAI Solid
Wood, Deck Screws. Handcraft-
ed $100 941-637-0168
CHAIR, Desk chair black good
condition. $10. 941-426-0043
CHAIRS, PATIO CHAIRS Folding
Lounge. Like New. 2 for $30.
941-629-7620
CHANDELIER NEW g ape vi e

$100 941-228-1745
COMFORTER KING from Kohls
w/shams & skirt. $40.
941-228-1745
CONTAINER, Ig"AFRICAN DRUM"
w rope, wood beads, tassles.
unique! $25. 941-276-1881
COUCH, FULL SIZE with Cas-
tro $50 941-474-3592
CURTAIN VALANCES/RODS
eight, red 60" x 15" and two 3"
wide rods. $75. 941-276-5208

kESKfi OaPgStESLmFarmediu~m
OBO 941-474-3299
DOCK/LANAI SETTEE Solid
wood and deck screws. Hand-
crafted. $125 941-637-0168
DOOR EXTERIOR 32" jalousie,
aluminum, with frame and win-
dows $25, OBO 941-626-0304
ELECTOLUX POWER Nozzel
E Ilnc.hose attac~h-mnts in2 cr


FURNITURE
6035


BED FRAME, King size, light
color with side rails. Solid wood.
$75, OBO. 941-423-6655
BED, CAPTAINS. Twin size with
drawers and cabinet, light in
color.$100, OBO. 941-740-0970
BED, TWIN. New with new
comforter set included. $125.
941-356-2923
BED, QUEEN Mattress and Box.
Brand New will sell $175. Local
941-629-5550 or 941-456-5555.
Also have KING.
BED. Bunk Bed, full size,blk futon
on bottom 1 yr old from room-
stogo. $325.. 941-347-8442
BED. QUEEN, Mattress/Box,
Brass headboard $200 941-
743-0844

yBDRtOOaMs ITIAN Lquer king
941-347-8442
BEDROOM MEDITERRANEAN
hd board, dresser, 2 sidechests
$150, OBO 941-504-5630
BEDROOM SET Qn, 7 pc. White
wash color. Good cond. $200
941-875-8575.
BLANKET full sz/thick golden
yellow barely used! in np! $10.
941-356-0690
BOOKCASE OAK 5 SHELVES.
NICE $150 941-769-0459
BOOKCASE, TALL OAK
6 shelves. 72"x48"x13".
$50, OBO. 941-621-2496
BOOKCASE,WOOD. Light color.
L-deep-H 51" x10" x40".
$25, OBO. 941-621-2496
BOOKCASE/WRITING DESK,
display shelves. 72" x 30.8" x
15.5". $45, OBO. 941-621-2496
BOOKSHELF BUSH 5 adj
shelves, 73"H 30"W 11"D closed
back EXC. $85. 941-769-0828
BUNK BED white wash, desk &
drawers attached includes mat-
tresses. $250. 941-426-5469
C CHAIR, White wicker,good
shape, loveseat & coffee table
avail. $20 941-302-8775
CABINETS, CD/DVD stackable
modular sy tF.hod 1s-61 4N

CHAIR NATUZZI RED LEATHER
EXCELLENT CONDITION. $250.
941-380-3000
CHAIR, HARLEY DAVIDSON
wicker band lil texas signed
cushon $435 941-626-3102
CHAIRS ANTIQUE fiddle back, 2
English walnut stain. Each $35
941-627-4619
COFFEE TABLE GLASS TOP
me l b~ase93401s 2x214946 x 20'

COMPUTER DESK Oak $75
941-743-0844
COPPER SCULPTURE120ne 8f 3a

661-662n0e-apc
COUCH & chair with end tables

r17 eB 41-e7 -52 3Lni

O /oldH/bur~g d~e'g en flral nI
cushoins $125 941-626-3102
CURIO CABINET contemporary.
Can e-mail pics. $125
863-661-6620
('URIO CABII ET with glass
941-474-5293
DESK COMPUTER HUTCH/
DRAWERS NICE $225 941-769-
0459
DESK for crafts, typewriter,
grandkids $5. 941-629-4950

Soksta io 535H 2C6DD2 F~our
ca VGC $ 253 917D6e 82H8uth

Workstation 66L 26W 29H Formi-
ca VGC. $140. 941-769-0828
DESK, COMPUTER DESK COR-
NER unit metal & wood 39.5"W
24"D 57"H. $20. 941-769-0828
DESK, Corner Computer Desk.
Black in color. $50, OBO.
941-740-0970
DESK, ROLL top, blonde wood,
locked file, 50"x22"x46" $175,
OBO 941-474-3528
DESK, ROLL TOP. Large, hard
wood. Call after 4 pm. $300.
941-628-6371
DESK, ROLLTOP good condition
$50, OBO. 941-475-0615
DINING TABLE, glass, 3'X5 '
glass base, 7 Parson uphol.
chairs. $175 941-429-7579
DINETTE SET 48 inchs plus
15ea es like new $200 941-627-

DINING HUTCH BASSETT,LIGHT-
ED, NICE. $199. 941-716-0237
DINING ROOM Set Table, 6
chairs, china cab. Solid Oak. Med
Fin. Ex C. $495 941-875-6272
DINING TABLE Glass top,
etchhdga sn e4 par ons
$250.00 941-493-6455
DINING TABLE, Casual, tiletop,
great condition, extendable,
seats four $375 941-626-3854


DINING TABLE, dark cherry
wood w/4 chairs. great cond.
$500, OBO. 941-625-0945
DINNING ROOM SET: 9-piece
Walnut, Contempary.
941-629-1343
DISPLAY CABINET 4 sections
with glass doors, oak. $65, OBO.
941-621-2496
DRESSER & Night Stand, White
$30 941-474-3592
DRESSER BROYHILL, night
stand, mirror. ex.cond. $225,
OBO 941-875-5214


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SEE A HEALTHY RETURN.

VENICE AREA

6000 GARAGE SALES 01


SAT. 8-2 1356 CAMBRIDGE
LtDMR.eHHMGoo eBedspreads'

OSAT. 9-4 124 WARFIELD
AVE. Sterling Jewelry, pocket
knives, Cigar Tins, Wood Duck
Decoys, Many more items!!!

FLEA MARKET
6015



FLEA MARKET
Sarasota Municipal
Audit ru
SAT 7/10 0AM-5PM

C II (9411)-91504A-46P5M

AUCTIONS
6020



Sarasota AUCTION Gallery
only Estates & Antiques
625 North.Trial Nokomis
941-485-3141 13%BP
Jeff Carlson AUl299/AB896
www.sarasotaauction.com
scheduled Weds. 6PM

VISIT THE VENICE AUCTION
EVERY THURSDAY AT 5:00PM
601 SPUR ST
see our website for pictures
Vemiceluctionrom
941-485-4964 JOE LAR-
AVIERE AB2444 AU3066
10% BP

ARTS AND CRAFTS
6025


KILN & 30+ doll molds in very
good condition. $495, OBO.
941-323-0317

Uec~o, hi ref, Icuptuane.4r"x3F
x5". $55, OBO. 941-621-2496
SKETCH PADS 15 all sizes
some used, some not. All blank.
$25. 941-661-6941
STYROFOAM CUTTER Electric
wand type,great for crafts hard to
find. $25, OBO. 407-925-4603

DOLLS
6027


BOYDS COLLECTOR doll "Alli-
son". New cond. Great gift idea.
$35 941-235-2203
DOLL 12" SCOOBIE doo wear-
ing a firemans suit $15 941-423-
2585


6001
6002
6003
6004
6005
6006




6012

6015
6020


Arcadia
Englewood
Lake Suzy
Nokomis
North Port
Port Charlotte/Deep
Creek
Put dGaorda

nice e
Ou ni Area
Flea Market
Auctions

MERCHANDISE


6013 Moving Sales
6025 Arts & Crafts
6027 Dolls
6030 Household
Goods
6035 Furniture
6038 Electronics
6040 TV/Stereo/Radio
6060 Computer Equip
6065 Clothing/Jewelry/
Accessories
6070 Antiques &
Collectibles
6075 Fruits/Veges
6090 Musical
6095 Medical
6100 Health/Beauty
610 Tre Plants

6125 Golf Accessories
6128 Exercise/Fitness
6130 Sporting Goods
6131 Firearms
6132 Firearm Accessories
6135 Bikes/frikes
6138 Toys
6140 Ph tgah/ide
6145 Po olSp S ppl es
6160 Lawn & Garden
6165 Storage Sheds/
Buildings
6170 Building Supplies
6180 Heavy Constr.
69 TEluipmecnht
6190 Toos/M winery
6220 Offce Bsiness Equip

6225 Restaurant Supplies
6250 Appliances
6260 Misc. Merchandise
6270 Wanted to Buy or Trade


Need Cash?
Have A
Garage Sale


I-Irvt GiliaH Y1 piece Japanese
porcelain fine china "Gloria" Pat
tern. $350. 941-661-9702
FIREPLACE LENNOX 36" GAS,
LOGS, INSTRUCTIONS, LIKE
NEW. $275, OBO. 941-625-4069
FIREPLACE OAK Electric 13"w
x 43"long x 40" high. Brand New.
$150 941-764-0248
FLOOR CLEANER Dirt Devil
wet/ dry floor cleaner. $30.
941-697-3658
FOOTBALL TABLE excellent
condition. $50. 941-628-5217
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FREEZER upright frigedair freez-
er, good condition. $100.
941-426-2258
FURNITURE: some antique,
dinette set, leather sofa, lanai,
queen brass headboard, mattress
& frame, freezers. 941-627-5691


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FURNITURE
6035


DRESSER PLUS changing table.
Solid wood. $60, OBO.
941-423-6655
DRESSER, SMALL, BASSETT,
SOLID WOOD
$40, OBO 941-916-0279
DVD/CD SHELVES 45" hi 14"
wide 6" deep. $13, OBO.
941-621-2496
END TABLE Slate top wood 6-
sided. Medit w/pecan fin.EC
$100 941-875-6272
END TABLES (2) w/Lamps &
Wine Cabinet great condition
$325 941-626-3854
ENT. CTR. $250; Stanley white
wood full/Qn bedrm set. $200;
wood computer desk, $50,
leather chair, $50; oak dining
room set w/hutch, $350; 1 of a
med30 c tglfu tulrpeture, $2K0
ball Piano, $400. 941-698-1772
or 941- 730-5534
ENTERTAINMENT ARMOIRE
GOOD CONDITION MUST SELL!
$65, OBO 941-916-0279
ENTERTAINMENT CENTER
OAK, 23x23x20. accordion drs.
for 27" TV $100 941-235-2203
ENTERTAINMENT CENTER
Oak, very nice, can e-mail pics
$450 863-661-6620
FUTON-FULL SIZE Ashley, Mis-
sion Style, tan/black, never used.
$135. 941-629-4879
GLIDER ROCKER with Ottoman
Tan and in great shape!
$60, OBO. 941-740-0970
HEADBOARD (TWIN) sage & tan
clean North Port L/M $20, OBO
941-356-0690
HEADBOARD twin/clean north-
port, leave message. $20, OBO.
941-356-0690
HEADBOARD WICKER, Queen
& one night stand, med brown
$100 941-764-0248
HUTCH, MAPLE, 2 upper sheh/es,

62" 1"D 30 r8 334344"9x
LAMP, FLOOR bronze color
base, 6ft. $20. 941-6260837

0talI, I ke ne Tco~n~d p stelclam
ors. $45, OBO 941-235-2203
LANAI SET 45" Sq lass table
with 4 37"H swivel cqha rs.
$100, OBO. 941-484-5794

LEiATER+2 glass tabhjs $o2t
941-457-0715
LOVE SEAT LIGHT COLOR NEW
CONDITION. PORT CHARLOTTE.
$175. 941-627-9736
LOVE SEAT, Wooden bench.
$15. 941-626-0837
LOVESEAT, WICKER, white-
nsphsw/1 csh nbsend64tables &

LOVESEATS MATCHING, LT.
GREEN. $75. 941-716-0237
MATTRESS QUEEN orthopedic
boxspring&frame $75
941-347-8442
MATTRESS, SERTA Queen/box
& frame. Like new! Guest room
used. $150. OBO 941-740-0059
MICROWAVE STAND With bot-
tom cabinet light wood color.
$30, OBO 941-474-3592
OFFICE DESKTOP for Computer
dark wood, drawers & pullout key-
board. $130. 941-626-3854
PATIO CHAIR. $25, OBO.
941-626-7421
PATIO FURNITURE, 2 chairs
plus 2 ottomans& lamp table like

$250O ET941 'S~qarle white

PC Ppn $645.ch9a 1s sv86e5
PATIO SET 7 PC. INCL.
LOVESEAT, UMRELLA. $99.
941-716-0237
PATIO SET Beige PVC VG COND
54" Octagon 4 sling chairs on
wheels. $100. 941-766-1613
PICTURE, TUSCAN LANDSCAPE,
BEAUTIFUL SCENE. 54X43. LIKE
NEW. $200. 941-626-7682
RECLINER, ROCKER. COMFY
AND SOFT, EXCELLENT COND.
$180. 941-639-5966
RECLINER/ROCKER,new,small,
beautiful rose color. Super comfy.
Can del. $225. 941-485-3776
ROCKER, SOLID wood high
back w/custom cushions, $50.
Glass dining table + 4 chairs,
$100. Small childs rocker, $25.
Karaoke w/CDs/new, $35.
Englewood area. 734-673-0085
ROCKERS, SWIVEL-2 Blue/White
mtchon n5ro~ckers 6 r t8 condi-

ROCKING CHAIR, Antique, Hand
made, leather etched seat.
$200, OBO. 941-740-0970
SEWING MACHINE Cabinet
Enclosed wood w/storage.Pecan
fin ExCond. $75 941-875-6272
SHELVES, TALL SLIM 72" x 12"
x 12", early American color.
$25, OBO. 951-621-2496
SOF A & LOVESEAT Earth tone

Exc. cond $350 941-627-4238
SOF 6 fotBeautiful plush


sot, great c nition $15
941-206-3878
SC)FA AND Ckhai with Ottoman

$475
941-505-7932
SOFA AND Love Seat, well
padded, beige, lots of pillows.
Sacrifice $300 941-391-5104
SOFA TABLE 2-end and coffee
table, glass inserts, veneer. Sac-
rifice $250 941-391-5104


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CLOTHING/JEWL
ACCESSORIES
6065

COATS, METS Sz. XL and
GREAT condition! $50 941-889-
8886
COSTUME JEWELRY To much
to list $5 & up, OBO.
941-627-6780
COWBOY BOOTS snakeskin 9
styles 250+ value 9 1/2 to 10
1/2 like new. $32.941-697-8498
DRESS SHOES, FLORSHEIM
9.5 WIDE BLACK LIKE NEW $69,
OBO 941-875-1203
DRESS, BEYONCE. Ne with
Tags, Silver, Black, Jr Lg. $20.
941-426-7837
DRESS, BLUE, 2iece size 3
bought in Japan excellent shape
$65 941-235-2330
DRESS, GOLD, 2 piece size 3
bought in Japan excellent shape
$65 941-235-2330
JACKET Mens Jean Moto Jacket
Vintage with Camel Logo/moto
on back. $25. 941-460-8189
JACKET, LEATHER, mens biker
size large black color great shape
$50 941-235-2330
JEANS 2 PAIR Levi's 550
30 x 32 Jeans Like New. $15.
941-628-5217
JEANS HI quality sz 32 33 34
walst up to $95 value like new
each $6. 941-697-8498
JEWELRY EMERALD/DIAMOND
Necklaces, Bracelet & Earrings
Set. $75. 941-627-6780
LADS B3L4AC6K LATHERd JA

good quality $50 941-626-0837

e~d tocean Gold ilvser ir ss et
NIB. $5. 941-697-8498
NECKLACE STERLING 925 sil-
ver made in italy 5 styles NIB a
steal @$26. 941-697-8498
PANTS KENNETH COLE leather
pants 40 waist cost 220+ new
never worn. $65. 941-697-8498
PANTS, MOTOCROSS FOX RAC-
IN2GO 934616 8L17YELLOW/BLK

PURSE Whiting and Davis
O"by 941 Wite nesh with strap.

PURSE, LARGE. Liz Claiborne,
neutral tan colors. $10.
941-423-2585
PURSES, LARGER. Beautiful,
like new. Several to choose from.
$15. 941-423-2585
RING-DIAMOND BAND 11 dia-
monds nice size $475 941-697-
8838
RUNNING/ATHETIC SUIT JACK-
ET & PANTS BY CHAMPION
MENS. NEW. $10. 941-769-0828
SCRUBS SM & SM Petite, 20
tops, 21 pants, 3 jackets, prints
& solids. $150. 941-276-5208
SHIRTS karmen western shirts hi
wult n6stls c90s~t 7967 8n

SHIRTS MENS M (17) short
sleeve dress & casual new & as
new! $10. 941-769-0828
SHIRTS, METS Sz. XL. GREAT
condition! $15
941-889-8886
SHOES, BOSTONIAN 9.5 WIDE
OORN 40N E5 WEDDING) $69'

SHES WO.9E4NS42 Bb837Phat

SLACKS MENS DRESS (3) 34 X
59.NE971 7u~a ty08b nd. 3 colors.

SLIPPERS, MENS. NEW MAS-
SAGINGS BLACK SLIPPERS SIZE
9 to 12. $10. 941-627-6780
SNEAKERS Mens SKETCHERS
Shape-Ups Worn once, Size 10, color
pebble. $75 OBO 941-697-9857
SPANGEL JACKET 3/4 length
Size 14 $100 941-227-0676
WATCH-MOVADO LADIES

we dtin $30 c~9E4c6e97 c8e6C

MCCLINTOCK Full Length, Ivory,
Beauty. $35. 941-460-8189
WEDDING GOWN Brides of
Venice Built in trane Size 8 $125
941-493-3851

ANTIQUES
COLLECTIBLES
6070


LIGHTER FLAMEX brougham II
NIB Hieroglyphics Design.
$20, OBO 941-627-6780
DISNE11PXRI1N4itoneo seutcahbl4

for framing $20 941-235-2330
YANKEES CARD collection
1988, Donruss/leaf $20 941
268-2271
PXIE RWAR K~etc~hup8 vMustard

lectible. $45. 941-769-0828
ANHEUSER BUSCH Co9 3eiles
A types. $, OB 4 0
9930
STATUES 6" SHAR-PIE PUPS (2)
CERAMIC SIGNED FROM CHINA
PERFECT. $50. 941-769-0828
WAYNE GRETZKY 1979-80


topps rookie hockey card excel-
lent shape $250 941-235-2330


CASH PAID**ANY old military
items, swords, medals, uniforms,
old guns. Dom (941)-416-3280
LIGHT stained all leaded gass
hanging light. over 100 yrs old,
perfect. $235. 941-697-8498
CLOCK Old Elec. banjo clock
wood tone plastic G.E. made.
Runs great! $20. 941-423-2585


ANTIQUES
COLLECTIBLES
6070


TOYS, MC DONALDS Vintage Dis-
ney Barbie Train & more. $25.
941-627-6780
SHAKERS SALT & PEPPER
"Mammy & Pappy" VERY RARE,
EXC COND. $50. 941-769-0828
ALWAYS BUYING
ANTIQUES, ART, SILVER
NEW ENGLAND ANTIQUES
(941) 639 -9338
JOHN ELWAY 1998 quarter-
backs headliners doll still sealed.
$10 941-235-2330
PLATE-SHIP PLATE Legend.
Ships of Sea. Palatine. EC.Cert.
NB $15 941-875-6272
SIGN vintage "Hopla Fisher"
framed 80's beer sign rare. $23.
941-697-8498
MAGAZINES PLAY BOY 1990's.
excellent condition. $2, OBO
each. 941-627-6780
JOE MONTANA 1981 topps
football rookie card excellent
shape $100 941-235-2330
HAMILTON COLLECTORS plate
Klingon Battlecruiser, limited ed.
$20 941-423-2585
VCR TAPE MICHAEL JACKSON
MOONWALKER NO ARTWORK
$15 941-764-7817
SAVING PRIVATE RYAN VCR 2
TAPE SET UNOPENED,NEW $5
941-764-7817
VASES (2) 5" BY5" coated in
24k gold. $15. 941-423-2585

PhRECIOoS $M10E Shmany to
941-627-6780 -

DAOR ET9G9NOONBO1979641V8E7R
1203
COOKIE JAR 19M~cCoy Cook e

lec iblerom45. 941-769-0v~8 c-
CLYDESDALE,raBcDeWaEn col

lectible NEW $30. 941-769-0828
PLATE PICTURE 1994 HAMIL-
TONd.Sta Trleks9M~a obKr 5N~eyrs.

A CASH BUYER; for Older Paint-
ingsr L~a scapbj tBe c, Wter
Oriental Rugs, Silver. Quality
Items. Call Terry, 941-349-8560
DOLLS (3) 1996 NIB SHIRLEY
TEMPLE,HEIDI,COLONEL,REBEC-
CA. $140, OBO. 941-627-6780
MAGAZINES Vintage PLAYBOY
Mags 300 issues all for $150.
941-875-1203
BEATLES COLLECTIBLES
Albums, 45's, lunch boxes, tren-
kets. $10 OBO 941-301-9930
ST. LOUIS Sports Collectibles All
types. Cards, Rams. $5, OBO
941-301-9930
TRAINS, LIONEL "O" gauge
$499, OBO 941-743-0844
MILK GL6A780Hobnail. $12.

PLATES-SHIP PLATES Set of 4 -
2000 yrs of Sailing Ships. Certs
-NB. $50 941-875-6272
SUGAR & CREAMEER SET
Covered in 22k gold. $15.
941-423-2585
VINYL RECORDS 500+- excel-
lent condition, varied genre.
$200, OBO. 941-621-2496
COMIC BOOKS 50 FROM THE
1990. Excellent condition. $2.00
each. 941-627-6780
JEFF GORDON 1999 nascar

sIrlse leda I0 9-3-2d3 rd
SEWING MACHINE Singer Trea-
dle, Beautiful Condition. 1800's.
$75. 941-460-8189
BEN RICHMOND light house nib
with certificate $45 941-228-
1745
DISH, COVERED. 9"by 5"
covered in 22k gold. $15 '
941-423-2585

SIGN vintage f amedd "Sol ber
941-697-8498
LUNEVILLE 8" bowl and 14" p~"lt-

941-423-2585
CANDLE STICK HOLDERS (2)
covered in 22k gold. $15.
941-423-2585
BOSTON RED Sox card collec-
tion, 1988, Donruss/leaf uncut
$25 941-268-2271
PICTURE B&W 11X14 1973
New York Yankees team photo
w/names $25 941-423-2585
DAN MARINO 1998 quarter-
bcks9 -ea22nr3 IIl still sealed

SIGN jagermeister vintage
orreadrebar2 sgn94olver972049e~ars

BNLKCKPE (9241-8MO5NT20B3LANC,

CHAIRS (2) Kane bottom chairs
G od cn ition. $35.

BOOKS ON Ely is
$20. OBO 941-889-8886
STEINS BUDWEISER FIELD &
STREAM SERIES (4) W/ DISPLAY
PLATFORM. $150 941-769-0828
CHINA BOWL 5" round covered


in 22k gold. $15. 941-423-2585
SERVING SET 6 pc HOENIG OF
CALIFORNIA CERAMIC 1950's
SIGNED. $45. 941-769-0828
CHANDELIER, FRENCH.
Brass&Painted Glass, Stunning.
$125. 941-460-8189
DISH 5". 22k gold leaf. $5.
941-423-2585
TABLE, small accent solid oak
intricately carved, very old.
$115. 941-697-8498


SOFA, LEATHER, cornflower
blue $350 941-627-5691
SWIVEL ROCKER, tan, rately
used, very comfy, can del. $150.
941-485-3776
SWIVEL/ROCKER, BLUE.
$40, OBO. 941-626-7421
TABLE COFFEE, oval black and
chrome with glass top $35
941-240-5757
TABLE KITCHEN w/4 chairs.
White w/nat wood top & seats.
VGC $80 941-240-5757
TABLE TOP GLASS 76" X 46" X
1/2" THICK BEVELED EDGE EXC
COND $50 941-769-0828
TABLE&CHAIRS, GLASS TOP
Microfiber & Metal Chairs Great
Condition. $250 941-875-4708
TABLE, BUTCHER BLOCK Table
40" round, solid Great Cond. $45
941-206-3878
TABLE, Dining Room, four seats,
extendable, casual, tile top, like
new! $375, OBO. 941-626-3854
TABLE, DINING round glass top,
rattan base.$150. 941-228-1745
TABLE, kitchen, wood top w/4
chairs & xtra pads 8 mths new pd
300+ asking $95. 941-697-8498
TABLE, WICKER. w/ 4 Chairs.
$150, OBO. 941-429-9056
TABLEMARBLE TOP Italian wht
46 1/2"x31"x21" $25, OBO
941-621-2496

& RLEEEWine CDbn gra acm d
$325, OBO 941-626-3854

Uiq!EsmokCOCK, loud edgEsD
wkr, Rivrwood. $160, OBO.
941-889-7989
TV STAND SOLID WOOD -SWIVEL
O COABSOTE6R3SO-1674W88304H 27

TWIN BEDS, convert into corner
seating, corner table and padded
hadnboard30bec90me 2b ck3 of

TWIN XL box spring, mattress,
f~ram 2Bran~d ew, moving. $225

W4AL8N8UT88C80RNER Shelf $10

WICKER COFFEE table White,
godsh~ape 1c~h r8 75oveseat

ELECTRONICS
6038


BLU-RAY PLAYER, Samsung
BD-P1500, Used No Remote or
Manual $40 941-268-1310
CAR SPEAKERS New Two sets,
6.5" and 6x9", Jensen PowerPlus
with grilles. $50. 407-925-4603
CASH REGISTER Sharp, with
keys,76needsl7TLC $40

CB RADIO Roadmaster RE6000
12v, with antenna. $25.
941-698-4157
CD PLAYER, SONY 5 Disc model
CDP-C445. $50 941-698-7909
CELL PHONE Virgin Mobile like
new, used once, no camera, $15,
OBO 320-262-1316
CONTROLLER, X BOX wireless
NIB. $20, OBO. 941-423-6655
GAMECUBE, NINTENDO & 4
4AMES SN. 8D6S3LT9E3C8H9ARGER

GAMING CHAIR XRocker, excel-
lent condition with armrests and
speakers. $50. 941-228-2238
NINTENDO 64 controller.
$10, OBO. 941-613-0124

NINTENDO 64 games. $3
941-613-0124 E -
ORGAN LOWREY symphamatic
citation theatre loaded delivery


a1 b9 1- A99 /61031020
PHONE, SPRINT Rumor LG,
black case w/charger. $100,
OBO 941-237-1848
READER/WRITER Sony. For
cmue N elr ued. P~d5$100.

SECURITY CAMERAS 4 Pana-
snc 9b~an 3y 670us controller

SEGA DREAMCAST 2 remote
controls 8 games and more with
it $100, OBO 320-262-1316
SPEAKER GRILLS 6.5" New
Alum Powder Coated Blk
Murine/Auto.$3r0. 407-925-4603
TV 2006 42" Sony Wega Comes
w/remote Good Condition. Great
Buy. $250. 941-204-5216

TVISTEREO/RADIO




AMP CAR 12V 600W, speakers,
2 Pyle 4 Kenwood, filters, more
$195, OBO 941-698-4119
AUDIOCASSETTES Steph n
King Books on Cassettes call f r
titles. $10, OBO. 941-627-6780

uOOK HdEPC eNr KIkNG Black
$10, OBO. 941-627-6780
CD CHANGERenew plyd"s 300

$200, OBO. 320-262-1316


CODND( 9)ORo kCBOuVeEsRSoGREEAC
DEAL. $70. 941-769-0828
CD'S/DVD'S various artists, kids
movies & various oldies on vhs,
comedy dvd's, satellite dish $25.
2 vcr's $25. 941-889-8886


CONSOLE (RADIO&RECORD)
60S 2, good, work antiques.
$65. 941-629-2815
CONSOLE MITSUBISHI 35" con-
sole solid oak cabinet like new a
steal@$195, OBO.941-697-8498
DVD'S, MISCELLANEOUS.
Patsy Kline, Hairspray, Hollywood
Palace Oldies, Bobby Darin,
Barry Manilow, Fat Domino, Roy
Orbison, Beatles, Bronx Tale,
Ray, Meet The Parents. $10ea.
941-889-8886

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$10 EA 941-889-8886

TPeAeNvsoON52Cin.WIDpESCRtEpT
ture $250, OBO 941-629-3493

4R5EOR8DsP3L3AYE3, Aia pdcks
CDs. $150/obo. (941)-889-8886
SATELLITE DIRECT TV Satellite
dish and all accessories. $50
**SOLD**
STEREO & CASE Turn table
stereo, speakers and oak wooj
glass case. $200. 941-628-0762
STEREO, Sony tape deck &
C9D41pa88e98 e~x cond. $150/obo

TELEVISION TV 27" Sharp,
clor Ex.4 cnd. $40

TV 13 in. EMERSON EXCELLENT
CONDITION W/REMOTE $25
941-627-9736
TV 13" MAGNAVOX COLOR TV
Good Condition, with remote.
$15 941-625-2627
..V 19" with remote, excellent
condition and free 25" TV $35.
941-474-7387
TV 20 IN.SYMPHONIC EXCEL-
LENT CONDITION W/REMOTE
$35 941-627-9736
TV 20" black, works great, no
remote, not flat screen, cable
ready $10 941-626-0304
TV 21 IN. MAGNAVOX EXCEL-

PEONRT CHR ND4150N94 -67-M936
TV 27 IN PANASONIC LOOKS
AND WORKS LIKE NEW. PORT
CHAR. $55. 941-627-9736
TV 27 IN. RCA EXCELLENT CON-
DITION With REMOTE. PORT
CHARLOTTE. $50.941-627-9736
TV 27 IN. SANYO, JUST LIKE
NEW PORT CHARLOTTE. $60.
941-627-9736
TV 52" Attachi color, Great pic-
ture inclds remote. Good condi-
tion $300 941-504-8893
TV 60" PHILLIPS PROJECTION,

E0AllR.MO1D7E5L 9-E9D7S9-6 N50R
TV JVC 32" with remote and
stand. Good condition. $80.
941-697-4251
TV MAGNAVOX 13" color
w/remote, game ports, excel
cond. $30. 941-661-6941
TV ORION 13" color w/ remote'
game ports in front excel cond
$30 941-661-6941
TV RCA fla sc~relen Excel~ent con-

TV SHARP 20" with remote.
Cable ready, great picture. $30.
941-626-0837
TV SONY Trinitron 27" great con-
dition with stand $50, OBO 941-
474-5293
TV SYLVANIA 27" TV, EXCEL-
LENT WORKING CONDITION.$35
941-764-0248
TV, 32" HD digital, Philips.
$175
941-235-2072
TV-19" SAMSUNG TV $10
941-474-3592
TV-50" PROJ. TV with 6'H x 7
3/4'W white ent. ctr. $499 863-
494-6469
TV/HD 55 excellent condition,
silver cab. $425. 941-697-2456

0.S CILD8R8EN888movies

VHS DEAN Martin Shows and
roast. $10 ea. 941-889-8886
VHS MISC. comedy tapes
$5. ea 941-889-8886

COMPUTER
EQUIPMENT
6060


BACKUP POWER CYBERR
POWER" 525SL BATTERY BACK-
UP EXC $25 941-769-0828
BROADBAND ROUTER D-Link


EBR 2310 easy setup, all in one
network. $25. 941-639-1113
COMPAQ MONITOR Like new
$20 941-227-0676
COMPUTER ARMOIRE SOLID
WOOD PERFECT CONDITION
$295, OBO 941-916-0279


COMPUTER CASH for your old
P.C up to $20, OBO.
941-639-1113
COMPUTER DESK Big & Light
Brown Color. $50 941-474-3592
COMPUTER DESK Bright wood,
excellent condition,very spacial
$65, OBO 941-629-3493
COMPUTER TABLES, Glass top,
metal frame 37Lx24wx30h after
10am $25 941-505-1663
COMPUTER TOWER, XP, with
LCD flat panel. WOW! $125.
941-764-0344
COMPUTER XP PRO, clean'
setup and internet ready.
$50, OBO. 941-639-1113
COMPUTER, DELL. WINDOWS/
VISTA, MONITOR, EXTRAS. $100
941-639-1113 '
DAVE IN-HOUSE-OFFICE com-
puter repair, set-up Serving Char-
lotte Co. 10+ yrs 941-629-6337
DELL 2716 Networks 16 com-
puters Connect your office easy
to use. $97, OBO 941-743-3858
DELL LAPTOP, P4, 2.2 Ghz,
WXP, Wireless, iTunes $199.99
941-624-0581

E9LL LA4TP -0 refurbished

DSL ROUTER H/O WIFI access
point, EASY network SETUP.
$75,0OBO. 941-639-1113
IMAC G3 M5521 Indigo Blue, OS

ware $e50520XBCOD.941-0r7-78090
INK CARTRIDGES CANON BCI
Nw63 coor r2 black. $36, OBO

KEYBOARD E-MACHINE MODEL
KB0108-US-CV BRAND NEW IN
BOX. $10. 941-769-0828
LAPTOP, DELL. XP Office Quick-
en 2006 DVD Wireless internet
for free. $150. 941-764-0344
LCD MONITOR Samsung 19"
LCD monitor. $75 941-698-7909

LIhNKeY o OpUTER with Vn g
bills. $47, OBO 941-743-3858

LNpKtY 24WHRELE2SS- G PCI
941-639-1113
MODEMS, DIAL-UP. (PCI) many
to chose from, can install. $10.
941-639-1113
MONITOR, COLOR MONITOR,
WORKS GREAT, W/ WIRES
$15.00 941-764-7817
MOUSE & KEYBOARD, Wireless
Microsoft wireless. Never used,
still in box. $35. 941-488-2267

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PRINTER ALL-IN-ONE Brother
MFC-8440 BW w/spare drum 22
c m. $175. 941-766-1613
PRINTER DELL 3100 cn. $225,
080 941-875-3389
PRINTER Dell Photo All-in-One
62.S~ca,6F~ax, Copy, Print. $25.

PRINTER INK Cartridge HP
78XL Colo8r94New98Por~t9Charlotte


CLTIG/ JEWEL
ACCESSORIES
6065

2 JEWELRY boxes 12x24 med
size boxes $10 941-227-0676
BATHING SUITS 2 juniors/xs
newer/clean (rampage 2pc) NP/v
$20 941-356-0690
BOOTS, La ge Fox Boots. $25
941-426-78r37 -
BRACELET Costume Rhine
Stones 7" with safety chain.
$25, OBO. 941-627-6780
BRACELET STERLING 925 silver
made in italy 8 styles NIB a steal
@ $22. 941-697-8498
BRACELET Sterling silver with
nie turquoise stone. $30, OBO.

CARGO PANTS MENS military
syE 3410X 39241T says28$34.95

CLOTHES (JUNIORS 3/5/s/m)
clean northport/sumter each $1.
941-356-0690
CLOTHES BROOKS BROTHERS
suits, shirts, ties ALL. $100.
941-875-1203
CLOTHES JUNIORS tops
s/m/1g clean North Port/Sumter
each 2 941-356-0690
CLOTHES LOT OF KIDS/ADULTS
CLOTHES. 253 PIECES. $100.
941-627-3012


CLOTHES, MISSES. 3 bags
junior style clothing sizes s-mn.
$20. 941-268-0970
CLOTHING, Womnens Size 16
office clothes, pick 3 outfits.
$20. 941-628-0762


FURNITURE TITRORDO
6035 6040


ANTIQUES
COLLECTIBLES
6070


COCA COLA machine 1963, 15
cent, works, free coke with
machine $350 941-697-8838
PLATE, Collector plate Danbury
mt 1989 "Walk of fame" Jimmy
Stewart front $15 941-423-2585
E.B.O. 1000, black beauty
base, 2 pickups, gig bag, $175
(941)-456-5198
DRESS FORM vtg with stand.
Very good condition. $30, OBO.
941-621-2496
BARBIE-2000 CELEBRATION
Barbie first in series NIB $50
941-268-2271
WE BUY ANTIQUES
Whole house contents or a single
item. Top prices paid. Free esti-
mates. Sarasota Buy Sell Trade
941-355-4297

MUSICAL
6090



4 VIOLAS LIKE NEW $325
941-875-0600
45'S OLDIES
$1. ea 941-889-8886
AMP LINE 6 Spider Ill w/ stand &
foot controller. $250, OBO.
941-626-0967

C3)FAMBT7USSOMUONVRAACLKLCPRS
FECT $20 941-769-0828
CHROMAHARP BY RMI 21
CoNd modld .1595421all maple28EXC

DOOWOPP TAPES
$10. ea 941-889-8886
FENDER TELECASTER Deluxe
Made in Mexico NWT.
$299, OBO. 941-875-1203
GEMINI XL-500 II Direct drive
professional Turntable. $50.
941-626-0837
GUITAR PARTS FENDER strings,

Isufkf NEW. $mlj k9n4ol 6t0s828
GUITAR, FENDER Stratocaster.
Calssi Pl~ayer series. $499

GUITAR, FENDER Stratocaster.
Deluxe series. $325
941-626-5696
MUSIC CHAIR, retro Elvis, plush
cushioned seat w/ storage under
seat. $185. 941-626-5778
ORGAN, ELECTRIC. Min-o-matic
with bench seat in good condi-
tion. $150, OBO. 941-323-0317
ORGAN, LOWREY Adventurer
w/many books. Used only 1 yr.
Exc. cond. $500 941-505-0520
SHURE PGX14 wireless guitar
system. $200, OBO.
941-626-0967
SHURE SM58 with stand and
cord. $60. 941-626-0967

MEDICAL
6095


CRUTCHES USED ONCE. $10
941-474-3592
FOOTBATH CONAIR,MASSAG-
ING $10, OBO 941-475-3695
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in color $325 941-460-8218
LIFT CHAIR by Pride, navy, 3 yrs
old. New switch. Good cond.
$450. OBO 941-408-0847
LIFT CHAIR Flex Steel. Nice,
Dark Pink. $150 863-993-3386
MEDILOG BRACELET Brand
nw, g dl-clo 2b58S~peidel.

MEDILOG BRACELET Brand
nw, g dl-clo 2b58S~peidel.



$199. 941-44-5-804
POWERT WHECHAIR, FovREE,
ae phsialnered. 941-544-3661

WOUHEES NEE USEDN PORTIR
CHAR.$1 941-627-9736


WALKERS 3 or 4 wheel at $65
each. 941-474-7387
WHEEL CHAIR, power battery
operated blue in color. $325.
941-626-3102
WHEELCHAIR CARRIER mounts
outside off 1-1/4" tail hitch.
$115. 941-474-7387
WHEELCHAIR, Power Jazzy
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HEALTH / BEAUTY
6100


BATHROOM SCALE works
great white up to 300 Ibs. $5.
941-627-6780
MASSAGER HOMEDICS NECK-
SHOULDER HEAT #NMSQ-100A
AS NEW $10 941-769-0828
PERFUME BABYPHAT .50z
rdtdess n~ewer-pad-d0290+ North-

VAPORIZER SUNBEAM 1 gal.
warm mist $10 941-626-0837

TREES & PLANTS
6110


BROMILIADS 3 different colors.
$3. 941-474-4075
PAI.M TREES '
ALL VARIETIES. VIBURNUM
FROM $2.95 & UP
941-232-6835
LIVE OAK Tree, Tree 12 feet tall
grown in a container $75 941-
889-8236
PLANTS, Royal Poincianas
(Red + Yellow) $20-$30,
Plumerias (Potted) $15 +,
Ornamental Peppers $2,
Hug Desert9Rs b$31020 irm

TREES, PLANTS, Bushes, &
Ca Ln~k- Fnce 92ou remove.

TREES- FaRkEECDELIVERY aQ en

Pine. 5-6ft. tall. All $10 each.
Min. $100 order. 863-602-8445
TREES- Large, GRADE A. Many
varieties: Palms, Fruit, Flowering
Native. Starting @ $100 deliv'
Call for pricing. 941-916-5176.

BABY ITEMS
6120



OB Y GIRL CUT i 60 pc~s clothes
941-62ml2496 uv ,
BABY STROLLER needs clean-

i ~3n2c1-elgused10as extra one
BABY SWING Fisher Price baby
,wn Otha t~urnsin~to a70rocker.

BbOOSTER SEAT Eve aint4080
941-50T5-74acn rs
CRIB WHITE, CONVERTS TO
BED, GOOD COND $100, OBO
941-916-0279
ITEMS lots of baby item bab
boy clothes, toys, b un ers $10
941-268-0970

SAkFE-T GATE 24"H 3ti 42"W
AS NWoo10 r9a4mle769-08c28ms
STUF DandANIMALalt ys 2
941-235-2330
SWING FISHER Price stages
swng/9inf t s~eat08t~oddler rocker

GOLF ACCESSORIES
6125



GOLF BAG Brown,w/1 dozen
golf balls $10 941-475-3695
GOLF CARTS, 2008 E-Z-GOs. HS
chip. W/S. Club protectors. Cooler.
$2395 + tax. 941-625-7969 DLR
GOLF CLUBS Ladies/Left used
(North Port/Sumter) EACH $2
941-356-0690
PULL CART Lightweight fold up
$10 941-626-0837

EXERCISE/
FITNESS
6128


5 LBS. WEIGHT BELT NEW,
WATER PROOF. $10, OBO.
941-627-6780
5LBS. WEIGHTS ANKLE &
WRIST NIB 5 Ibs. TOTAL
$10, OBO. 941-627-6780
BAOSXTNWGDHREAET BG SEVAENRD
$125 941-237-6629
EXERCISE BIKE recumbant
chair style. $40. 941-697-4251
EXERCISE MACHINE WElDER
1120 Great Condition 2401b
Equipment. $100. 941-204-5216
EXERCISER AB Circle Pro -
NEW. $80. 941-627-9910

CPORNODF haTR2EADOMBILL EX
941-284-7024
TREADMILL NORDICTRACK
$220000 ltle9 le62New971200.

TREADMILL SEARS LIFESTYLE
EXC COND. $90. 941-876-3115
TREADMILL, MERIT, fold-up,
good condition. Sacrifice $135
941-623-9430
TREADMILL, NORDTRAC,
SPACESAVER 10MPH $275,
OBO 941-916-4602


SPORTING GOODS
6130


AIR HOCKEY TABLE SPORT-
CRAFT, DEEP WELL, ELECTRON-
IC SCORE. $100. 941-979-6075
BASEBALL CARDS Donruss
1991 puzzle & cards unopened.
$10. 941-627-6780
BASKETBALL BACKBOARD
AND RIM Huffy, never used, paid
$80. Now $30. 941-626-0837


TOYS
6138



ROCKING CHAIR, WOOD
$40, OBO 941-474-3592
ROCKING HORSE, PLUSH TOD-
DLERS. Good condition. Makes
horse noises.$35. 941-423-2585
STUFFED ANIMALS 30+ assort
ed sizes, om20disn~e~y, sm6T3Ys1

TEDDY BEAR singsI All Shook
Up & Rockin' Round' Christmas
Tree. $10 941-889-8886
TRAVEL GAMES scrabble & con-
nect four (zip up games) NP/V
areas $12 941-356-0690
UNIQUE WOOD toddlers rocking
biplane! Movable prop,steering
$35 941-423-2585

PHOTOGRAPHY/
VIDEO
6140


ARGUS CAMERA collectors
camera with flash gun $100 941-
227-0676
BAND OF BROTHERS COM-
PLETE SERIES, UNOPENED NEW.
DVDS $30, OBO. 941-627-6780
CAMERA CANON EOS 850 with
zoom lenses EF 28-70 and 75-
300 all for $115. 941-639-2745

CA0MERdA 1F FLMm pinpilx
els. $145, OBO 941-628-2122
CAMERA, CANON. 35MM EOS
Elan, like new, v good working-
condition. $85. 941-505-6290
CLOSE UP FILTERS Set of
3,62mm w/case.+1,+2 & +4
$15 941-505-6290
DVD'S MOVIES 26 Children + 39
Others. $3, OBO. 941-627-6780
NIKON VR 80 to 400mm Auto
focus. Paid new $1500. Askin
$500 OBO. Never Used. 9418
255-0496
PRINTER DOCK Kodak
EasyShare printer dock series 3,
never used. $20. 941-628-6371
TELEPHOTO LENS Sunstar
135mm Screw mount type $10
941-423-2585
THE SHELD SEASON ONE &
TWO COMPLETE NEW
UNOPENED. $20. 941-627-6780

iRPhEDOntPROJECTOR upw t
w/box instr. $60. 941-423-2585
UNDERWATER CAMERA/ mon-
itor Seaview camera monitor.
$100. 941-639-8901
VHS MOVIES Lots of Musicals +
others. $1. 941-627-6780
VIDEOS, VHS Comedy Red Skel-
tntteB b Hope9 ad88C9886Bur-

POOL/SPPl
& SUPPLIES
6145


HOT TUB (JACUZI) 5 person
works, wood siding. $150.
941-629-2815
HOT TUB 1 yr old, 6 seater,
excellent cond. $5,000. OBO
941-726-9507
POOL CLEANER Hayward Navi-
gator, excellent condition. $250.
941-426-0043
POOL PUMP 3/4 HP Sta-Rite
Max-E-Glas Brand new energy effi-
cient. $300, OBO. 941-769-2631
POOL TOWEL dryer PVC pole
w/three arms (six hanging sides)
$20 941-875-6272

LAWN & GARDEN
6160


AMES "GARDEN" BUDDY Seat
w/wheels, storage $15
941-475-3695
BIRD HOUSE, wood with Wood
Pole You Remove $5 941-474-
3592
CEMENT BENCH for lanai or
Yard. 5ft. long. 18"h. ex. cond.
$135 941-235-2203
FENCE 100+ f. chain ink f8n~c~e

494-6469
FENCE SECTIONS pvc/ white.
10 sections. (no posts). $400.
941-697-2456


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HEDGE TRIMERS electric dual
action blades. $25.
941-626-3102
HEDGE TRIMMER
ELEC.13in.B&D PORT CHAR. $15
941-627-9736
HEDGETRIMMER
BLACK&DECKER, 16"BLADES
$10 941-475-3695
JOHN DEER (wheels & tires)
rear, hydro 165, new. $125.
941-629-2815


STORAGE SHEDS/
BUILDINGS
6165


SHELVING SYSTEM complete
boards/brackets/utilities 130
pcs. $95, OBO. 941-621-2496
SHELVING UPRIGHT 35" LIKE
N3EW 30B pc $190 value ay only

BUILDING
SUPPLIES
6170


41/2"CURTAIN RODS 4-73",4-
43"/total of 464"plus hardware
$15 941-475-3695
A/C OUTSIDE Unit You Remove.
$250 941-474-3592
AC 12,000 BTU very good
cond. Barely used. $200. (941)-
504-8893
AC AMANA 2.5 ton outside unit
(stored) very good condition.
$450. 941-629-8955
BATH, HAND & TIOLET PAPER
HOLDERS, (2) CERAMIC, YOU
REMOVE. $7 941-474-3592
BATHROOM SINK kohler under-
mount cream 30" corian top $15
941-697-6157
BLINDS, 2 BEDROOM, You
Remove. $15 941-474-3592
BLINDS, window blinds 2" fabric
hi quality cost 50+ new in box
Each $18. 941-697-8498
CABINET heavy duty garage utili-
ty room etc wall cabinet cost 73+
2 avail NIB. $38. 941-697-8498
CEILING MEDALLIONS for fans
lights e~tc 9cos 650 4n~ew in box
fromS5 916788
CERAMIC TILE 8x10 off white
satin w hint o~f ta~nstre~aks3160020
sq. t.each $49 916-30
CERAMIC TILE 8x10 off white
satin w/hint of tan streaks 600
sq.ft.each $495 941-626-3102
CHANDELIER 6 glass panels &
brass clean condition. Cheap at
$23. 941-697-8498
CHANDELIER EC. 5-Lgt Brushed
Nickel w/Alabaster globes $35
941-875-6272
CHANDELIER vintage marble
alabaster & brass Irg chandelier
rare unique.$132. 941-697-8498
CURTAIN RODS & EXTENDERS
BONT NEN9TA 2917 2". Cost 22+

CURTAIN RODS traverse hi qual-
ity cost 23+ new in box. $10.
941-697-8498
DECK RAIL, vinyl, kit 5 sections
as new/Lowes/all. $75, OBO.
941-475-3695

h aspEl Srd s tenhseer cstin3s nt
NIB a steal@$195.941-697-8498
DOOR KNOB set 5 brass
SCHLAGE Bed/bath 3 dead bolts.
$120. 941-626-3102
DOOR, 36". Solid core you can
cut to sige if needed. $95.
941-626-3102
DOOR, INTERIOR. NEW PRE-
HUNG. 32 X 80. $25.
941-764-7817
DOOR, SOLID wood 4 panel
door, 36", painted white. $110.
941-626-3102
FAN, OUT DOOR CEILING FAN
WORKS, 5 BLADE. $10, OBO.
941-627-6780
FAUCET, KOHLER, Black Still in
Box, Kitchen -Pull-Out, Model #K-
6352. $100. 941-629-4950
HURRICANE PANELS CLEAR
LEXAN misc sizes. buck/sq ft or
all for $499 941-628-2704
KITCHEN SINK stainless steel
double bowl extra deep under
counter $299 941-626-3102
KITCHEN SINK stainless steel
double bowl extra deep under
counter $299 941-626-3102
LAMINATE brand new nat. root
color. 11 bx, 270 SF. 128.5x19.4
$170. 941-493-3837
LIGHT FIXTURE, OS, Large
Brass Coach Hanging Light
w/chain. $35 941-875-6272
LIGHT FIXTURES (8), Outside
You remove. $40 941-474-3592
LIGHT FIXTURES 2 chande-
liers,3 light bars & sconce Venet-
ian style. $300 941-639-7679
LIGHT, hanging modern deco
3hm I $h~t new9 nver used cost

MEDICINE CABINETS (2) YOU
REMOVE. $20 941-474-3592
PATIO DOORS, 3, 8ft white &
track $150 941-639-3670
PLYWOOD (3) SHEETS PRES-
SURE TREATED 4 x 8 x 1/2".
UNUSED. $75. 941-286-5601

PUdMP87GB6U10.DS$3Rebuilt RO

ROOF NAILS 1-50 #13/4, 1-50
#11/4, Galv roof, 1-50 #1"metal
cap. $60, OBO. 941-639-1113
SCREEN 2 rolls still in plastic 6'
x 100'each $150 941-828-8820
STORM DOOR & Lanai Screen
Door You Remove. $100 941-
474-3592
TILE FLOORING MAPEl sanded
gr8out mrar e 5 bags $25,


0BO 94162l- 496
TOILETS, 4, complete oval &
round $100 941-639-3670

WALL MIRROR You Remove.
$5 941-474-3592
WALL SCONCE vintage double
light must see rare & unique.
$38. 941-697-8498
WELL PUMP Goulds, Jet 1/2hp
rebuilt. $125. 941-485-0681


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SPORTING GOODS
6130


BINOCULARS BUSHNELL POW-
ERVIEW 16X50 WATERPROOF-
NEW. $50. 941-627-9910
BOWIE KNIFE 15". Marbles stag
Handle. Damascus steel. New.
$90 941-235-2203
CLOSING SALE for summer 4000
sf, fishing, scuba, boating suppl,
www. ManinersTradingCompany.com
941-639-1340 M-Sat 94
DIVE MASK US Divers w/extra
lenses -2.5 Diopter NEW NEVER
USED $95 941-769-0828
EVINRUDE OB MOTOR 15HP
good condition. $499
941-639-1567
FISHING POLES, 2 new, paid
over $180 each sell for $0
each. 1 is spin cast, ugly stick
w/reel & 1 Senator Pen heavy
duty pole, 941-473-2034
FISHING REEL Tica 80 WTS 2-
speed, 1 000 yards 135 Ib braid-
ed line $395 941-460-0169
GRILL COLEMAN PROPANE
PORTABLE GRILL ON WHEELS
Works Great.$15. 941-460-8189
GUNSAFE WINCHESTER
60X30X22 500+LBS DIGITAL
$495 941-237-6629
KNIVES, BOWIE HUNTING NEW
12 INCH PAIR (2 KNIVES) RED
HANDLES. $35. 941-268-9029
LIFE VEST Boat Mate chest size
30-52" for over 90 Ibs. Very good
condition. $10. 941-769-0828
LIFE VESTS Six $10 941-475-
3694
PAINTBALL GUN WITH SOME
ACCYS. $40. 941-764-7817

CP GEOaNp sTRAPSHK)OTER Trius
$25, OBO. 941-621-2496
PING PONG TABLE with pad-
dles& balls.$50. 941-628-5217
POOL TABLE lyr old, very good
cond. Venice area you haul.
$500 941-726-9507
POOL TABLE Like new 3 pc slate
Amer Hertitage with new purple
felt/access.$499. 941-457-0715
ROD AND REELS PENN COM-
BOS International w/fenwick rods.
SSG reels with ugly sticks $50 -
$250 571-251-4101

STAdDIU1M 9E4AT475ni 195cush-

FIREARMS
6 3


22" HERffliE 2H ste rs sn

Thunder. $250. 941-429-0043
COLT AR-15 A-2, Model
AR6520 Exc. cond. $1000/obo
(941) 626-5984
COLT DEFENDER 45apc
nickle. $675. 941-639-3670

COLT DETECTIVE 38 snub
1958 $325 9416393670

FI.ORIDA CONCEALED
Weapons Permit Class
(941)697-1885
GLOCK Model 17 mint cond.
comes w/holster, w/120/rounds
amo. 6 18-round clips $650 Firm
941-483-6367
S&W Model 64 S/S 38 special 4"
$300; Colt Trooper MV, nickel,
357, $300; Dan Wesson Model
741 44 mag, $500; 941497-7351
S&W SIGMA 40cal. 3 clips.
$250.00 **SOLD**

BICYCLES/
TRICYCLES
6135


BICYCLE MEN'S 26" good condi-
tion. $35. 941-697-4251
BICYCLE WOMEN'S 26" good
condition. $30. 941-697-4251
BICYCLE WOMEN'S Keystone
26" 18 speed. Barely used.
$35, OBO. 941-766-1613
4BICYCLESld2e" iEaxCo~nd 2 bikes
941-625-0340
BIKE ELECT. Mongoose Cruiser
36 volt 15 mi. per hour+. like
new. $499.99 941-661-8585
BIKE LADIES LARGE seat 24
inch bike $50 941-227-0676
BIKE, WOMANS 26" Schwinn
Cruiser ss w/ large basket. exc
cond. $100 obo 941-629-0266
BIKE, WOMEN'S. Schwinn bike
26" tires. 10 years old but replica
of 50s.$45, OBO. 941-445-5619
BI S H5.Sd rs6-236102with bas-

BIKES/PARTS $2- $35.
941-625-2779
BOY'S & MENS BlKES (3) Sale all
for parts. $20 941-474-3592
UNICYCLE, good cond.
$20.
941-423-2585


TOYS
6138


4-WHEELER, BARBIE. Power
Wheels, barely used. $60.
941-223-4084
BARBIE PLAYSETS-12 sets
Bedrm,Fm. Rm,Toyshop,Mall, Pet,
avg. price $18. 941-916-1890
BOARD GAME. Foxworthy's You
Might Be a Red Neck If. $8.
941-423-2585


LAWN & GARDEN
6160


LANAI SET 68 x 42" tempered
glass top table, 6 arm chairs,
color gray. $95 941-764-0248
LAWN FEEDER and spreader.
$8. 941-628-6371
LAWN MOWER Push, 22", new
plug, new oil, clean filter, runs
great! $50. 941-769-3216
LAWN SEED spreader $8
941-475-3695
LAWN TRACTOR, rideon, Husky
Supreme, 18.5 HP, 42" $800,
080 941-627-9498
LAWNMOWER 20" 4.5 hp
Murray push mower. $50.
941-485-0681
LAWNMOWER 22 in. SNAPPER
SELF PROP. USED 3 TIMES.PORT
CHAR. $275. 941-627-9736
LAWNMOWER 22" push
mower. $65. 941-485-0681
LAWNMOWER CRAFTSMAN 21"
6.75 hp push mower. $100.
941-485-0681
LAWNMOWER, USED. Parts for
most brands! $1 and up.
$1, OBO. 941-416-1109
MOWER KUBOTA G6200, 60"
mower, diesel, not pretty, runs
good. $750 **SOLD**
MOWER SELF/PROPELLED key
start, new battery, runs great.
$225. 941-626-3102
MOWER, MURRAY, 3.75 HP,
8-" 4uruns good $50 941-

MOWER, SELF-PROPELLED
19aw~n-6aw~elr nce $185

MOWER, SELF-PROPELLED
law~n-6aw~elrnice $185

MOWER, SNAPPER RIDER 11
hp, needs belt $225
941-764-7817
MOWER: CRAFTSMAN SELF-
PROPELLED 21" W/Bag A-1
COND. $125 863-993-3107
MULCH KIT CRAFTSMAN. NEW
WITH BLADES 46,48,541NCH
EACH $25. 941-268-9029
MURRAY RIDER 40", 12.5 hp,
like new $400 080
941-623-3374
PATIO SET 7 piece patio set
glss table six swing chairs $300

POLE SAW for trim palms
electric. $50. 941-426-0043
RIDER MOWERS $ for yours
dead/alive or trade for good one.
$300, OBO 941-416-1109
RIDER TRACKER mower 42 inch
out s.174595hp.4g/ c6joh~n0d~eer

RIDERS RIDERS, CLEAN! PUSH
start at $50. $300, OBO.
941-416-1109
RIDING TRACTOR Craftman Lt
1000 Brigs 18 HP Runs good.
$200. 617-275-9612
SEED SPREADER. Scott's
Speedy Green 2000 $15
SOLD
SNAPPER RIDER 18 HP Cohler.
Hydrostatic drive, 42" cut, looks
& runs good, many new parts.
comes with spare deck, 3 sets of
blade~s62& _r bagger unit. $650.

SPRAYER. GILMOUR
2heelp~ump 2Forfe~rtil/pesticides.

SPREADER AGRI-FAB TOW-
BEOHOID ONMOW9E4R18R6AC5T6

SPREADER,ugSrEEDS1FEORTILILZiER

new. $12, OBO. 941-621-2496
SPREADER, Yard spreader.
$10. 941-628-0762
STONE FOUNTAIN new stone
904ulnt~ai ndt~h pump. $250.

TRACTOR, Husqvarna, 21HP, 46"
off mulch kit, war,904nly4874hrs! est

TRIMMER/EDGER TROY- BILT
GAS. 25 CC. $85. 941-627-4763
WEED EATER battery operated
wed aer rbbattery power. $65.

WEED EATER electric, $25 941-
626-3102
WEED EATER NEEDED. Just
started lawn service. Need good
used gas powered 941-743-6091
WEED EATER. ELECTRIC
runs good $28 941-626-3102 '
YARD ORNAMENT, OLD TRAC-
TOR $300, OBO 239-633-3044
YARDLIGHT HUBBELL 400w
metal Halide $125 941-639-
3670

STORAGE SHEDS/
BUI6L1D6INGS


CABLE 50 ft. 1/4 OR 9/32"
GOOD FOR TIE DOWN, OR DOG
RUN. $25, OBO. 941-627-6780
GARAGE DOOR (panel) 9'x21"
newer white 4 squares North Port
$30 941-356-0690
PEG BOARDS 5 pcs $3 ea 64" x
35". VG to like new. $15, OBO.
941-621-2496


SHED -BUILDING very nice
$495 -up 941-626-3102
SHED, 10X10, barn shaped
Ted's Shed, good cond. $1,800,
OBO. 941-697-0096
SHELVES, STACKABLE HEAW
DUTY PLASTIC TOTAL OF SIX
SHELVES $30 941-474-3592
SHELVING BRACKETS 8" rub-
bermaid 40 pcs. LIKE NEW $25,
OBO 941-621-2496


OLSI MACHINERY
6190



AIR NAILER, FRAMING;
PASLODE. $60. 941-626-7421
ARC WELDER LINCOLN 225
AMP W/HELMET WORKS GREAT
$125 941-286-5601
AUTO CREEPER MADE BY ALL
TERNTDECW/NADD$1HOEA9D4REST86XEL

BANDSAW/TABLESAW
CRAFTSMAN Free standing,10"
table saw,12" electronic tilt bed
band saw. extra blades for each.
$45 EA. OR BOTH FOR $80
941-255-9868
BATTERIES, 2-18V with DeWalt
Charger. $25. SOLD
BATTERY CHARGER 12 VOLT 4
AMP. EXCELLENT PORT CHAR.
$15. 941-627-9736
BATTERY CHARGER MAKITA
1HR 9.4 volt works perfect! $21.
941-697-8498
CARVER.LDRYOBI electric. Detail.

CHAIN For 16" chain saw new.
$10. 941-627-6780
CHAINSAW. Craftsman electric
12". $25. 309-825-6456
CIRCULAR SAW Craftsman 7" 1
1/4 HP. $25. 941-426-0043
COMPOUND MITER Saw. Ryobi
$50. 309-825-6456
CORD REEL 40' 12 gauge 3 wire
w/triple tap cord. New in box.
$50 941-828-8820
CUT-OFF TOOL, DEWALT
#DW660. Cost 64+ new in box.
$38. 941-697-8498
DREMEL 300 Series Vari speed,
accessories and case $47, OBO
941-743-3858
DREMEL. INCLUDES attach-
ments and case $20
SOLD
DRILL DEWALT 18v 2batt.&
charger. $75. 941-627-4763
DRILL Milwaukee close qtr drill
3/8 c55ndeg clse94qtr d~r I.89E el-

DRILL. CRAFTSMAN.
1/2" electric. $20.
309-825-6456
DRILL. Power Glide 18V. Cord-
less. Charger, case & manual.

D2RVESROLDRILL & recipro saw
cordless, MAKITA. Works perfect.
Both $45. 941-697-8498
DRIVER DRILL & side circular
saw cordless, MAKITA. Works
perfect. Both $45.941-697-8498
DRYWALL TOOLS pole sanders
tr ss taping knive~s8NIB starting @

FILES 14 VERY GOOD COND.
$20, OBO. 941-627-6780
GENERATOR 4000 watt com-
pc~t-siz~e quiet $300, OBO 941-

GENERATOR 6,250W. 10hp new
120/240v. Call for info. $475.
941-637-4613
GENERATOR BRAND New Brig-
gs Straton 5500 Runninnig Watt
$495 941-629-3727
GENERATORS Electric start,
6500/8500s, 13hp. $495, OBO.
941-416-1109
GRINDER, CRAFTSMAN. 6".
$30. 941-255-0048
HEDGE TRIMMER. Cordless
Black & Decker. Charger & 2
batts. $30. SOLD
JACK STANDS 2 4000 LBS. NIB
10" to 17" High. $20.
941-627-6780
JIGSAW Black & Decker 16".
$25. 941-426-0043
JIGSAW. Skil hand saw. $15.
309-825-6456

haMP dtyC2A ft 600SO volts cos
100+ only. $56. 941-697-8498

LhAaDDERno6hFT rwooedavdecerlt
sage. $10. 941-356-0690
I.ADDeERe A UMINUM 12 ft to,
941-766-1613
LADDER LOUISVILLE ALU-
N1U2M866' S6TE1P TYPE, EXC. $20.

LADDER. HUSKY 8 foot. Very
good condition. $40.
309-825-6456
LAWN AERATER, Lawnaire IV,
like new $1,950 941-629-7177
METER BOX FOR ELECTRIC
LANDIS & GYR TYPE 3R NEW $10
941-286-5601
MISC. TOOLS, new. Too much to
list. From $1 to $35.
941-473-2034
MOTOR, ELECTRIC Dayton
Spas~e550H4P8 $350

NAIL GUN bostitch air gun $20
941-613-0124
PAINT SPRAYER Magnum XR-7
w/roller and ext $350, OBO
941-697-6157
POLISHER 10". $10.
941-255-0048
POWER WASHER Husky 1550,
used once, $60 941-429-9693
North Port area


PRESSURE WASHER Honda
3800psi. $400, OBO.
941-416-1109
RADIO MILWAUKEE TOOL
w/battery charger works w/tools
EXC $40. 941-286-5601
RECIPROCATING SAW. Ryobi
Electric. Manual & case. $50
SOLD
ROLL AWAYS tool boxes full of
tools $499, OBO 239-410-7196










BUICK
7020


2003 BUICK LESABRE 4 dr
sedan, custom, gold, 59,031 mi.
$9,999. 877-219-9139 DLR
2005 BUICK LACROSSE 4 dr
sedan, CXL, gray, 135,334 mi.
$6,999. 877-219-9139 DLR

CADILLAC
7030


1996 CADILLAC SEVILLE 4 dr
sedan, SLS, bronze, 80,459 mi.
$5,988. 877-219-9139 DLR
1999 CADILLAC SDV. 69K.
Loaded. Almost Perfect. White.
$4,950. 941-833-2200 DLR
2005 CADILLAC DEVILLE,
53,684 Mi. Well maintained. Pt
Char. 941-697-0923

CHEVY
7040


1994 CHEVROLET CAMARO,
Wht, V6, Auto, T-Tops, exc. body,
oil leak. $1,400. 941-735-3387
1992 CHEW CAMARO Z28
183K mi, 5.7 auto loaded, 1
owner, car fax, great condition,
$2,800 OBO (941)-426-5698
1993 CHEVROLET CAPRICE
New 2 tone paint. Tint, All power,
good tires & interior. $3895.
941-661-4164

2e~d bCTIE 7,47MPiLA$7,499d9r
877-219-9139 DLR
200 CHKEVY8MPALA


2009 CH7OE 4HDHLRR
LT, all power, Gray, Bal Fact Warr
$11,995. Pro Power Auto Sales
941-627-8822

CHRYSLER
7050


1991 CHRYSLER Convertible 6
Iyl 140k ,1rus g~ood,6 nw tirs,

1992 CHRYSLER LEBARON 4 dr,
72K orig mi, full pwr, cold ac, auto, 6
cyl, clean, $1875 941-347-1201 dlr

FORD
7070


1996 FORD EXPLORER ,Call
for details MUST SELL, $500,
OBO 941-883-1684
1996 FORD TAURUS 4 DR
Sedan, Newer Brakes. Awesome
Stereo, $499 517-395-8104




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JEEP
7080


2002 JEEP LIBERTY 2WD,
Limited, red, 83,107 mi,
$8,950. 877-219-9139 DLR
2006 JEEP LIBERTY 2WD,

$1 '99.r8e7 -21 99136918DLRmi
2006 JEEP LIBERTY 2WD,
sport, red, 7,525 mi. $14,999.
877-219-9139 DLR


2008 JEEP WRANGLER
8,000 mi, 6 cyl., AWD, 6 speed,
4 seat, CD player, All terrain tires,
X, silver, a/c, pwr brakes, pwr
x eeig Ccrie aio r whee tsh
Hard and Soft Tops. $18,950,
OBO. 941-232-5452

MERCURY
7100


1999 MERCURY COUGAR, 120
mi, sunroof, $480, 080
941-347-7717

20d6 ERCUR 5RAND 4Marquis
$14,999. 877-219-9139 DLR

OLDSMOBILE
7110


1997 OLDSMOBILE AURORA


runs great, clean body, good
leather, $2,300 obo 941-586-7726

PONTIAC
7130


2004 PONTIAC GRAND PRIX 4
dr sedan, GT, gray, 42,884 mi.
$9,999. 877-219-9139 DLR
2005 PONTIAC GRAND PRIX 4
dr sedan, GT, maroon, 67,820
mi. $10,999. 877-219-9139 DLR


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OLSI MACHINE
6190


ROOFING TOOL shingle riper
used 1 job. $20. 941-639-1113
ROOFING TOOL shingle riper.
Used 1 job. $20. 941-639-1113
ROUTER, CRAFTSMAN. WITH
TABLE. $45. 941-255-0048
SANDER & Wood Saw $55
941-474-3592
SANDER. CRAFTSMAN. Elec-
t~ric hand sand~er. $15.

SANDER. CYCLONE 4 in 1.
Black & Decker. Manual. $40
309-825-6456
SAW BLADE DEWALT #DW3193
6 diamond tooth 7 1/4 saw blade
cost 43+NIB.$24. 941-697-8498
SAW-RADIAL ARM 9" Rockwell
Delta Super 900. Many blades
included. $75 941-637-0168
SAWZALL B&D, 18v battery &
charger. EXC. CONDITION. $75.
941-627-4763
SCROLL SAW Craftsman 16",
$45. 941-426-0043
SKILSAW. ELECTRIC. 2.3
horse power. $25
309-825-6456
SWISS ARMY Knife Victorinox
Capn mdel Good Conditapnmoion
$7 941-475-9689
TABLE SAW 12" with blades.
$150. 941-639-8019
TABLE SAW base with wheels.
$25. 941-426-0043
TAPE MEASURE Rollatape 3"
Dia. NO BENDING DOWN. EXCEL-
LENT. $10. 941-769-0828

TLOE 9C4UT2T5E5ROON4E8W, 7" WET.

EODLEDBELLTAT1H1ERPONCKCET N2EOW
941-268-9029
TOOLBOX/WHEELS, NEW
CRAFTSMEN, TOP OF THE LINE PD
$700. SELL $375 941-268-9029

OPOCOONO.LE9V4E1L76AT-9G2-32X.

VICE MEDIUM SIZE. $17.50.
941-255-0048
VISE 6",PRECISION ground, for
milling machine, hold down $275,
080 941-698-4119
WORKBENCH. BLACK & Deck-
er 200 Work Mate. $15
309-825-6456

FARM EQUIPMENT
6195


FENCE POSTS 4" x 4" x 7' PT.
90 Fec Pot $3 eah
9414 8886s1ts ec.
GROWLITE HYDROFARM 400w
Halide blower $125 941-639-
3670
STEEL FARMING CHAIN Used
21" heavy duty 1/2" chain
w/hooks $150 941-493-3851

OFFICE/BUSINESS
EQUIP./SUPLIES
6220


BARRISTER'S/LAWYER'S
SHELVES 4 divs. oak color glass
doors. $65, OBO. 941-621-2496

BHOEOLVKECS Ed vs. oak Colr R a
doors. $65, OBO. 941-621-2496

A atNhEFWC85XE139X447U Rmart2B n

CHAIR, Herman Miller, Mauroon
wth cnster wh Is0 ergonomic.

COPIER, PRINTER, Fax Canon
Image Class D780, like new
$199 941-380-3000
DENTIST'S SHELVES/BOOK-
CAS 4 d k ivs. oak gass door open
up. $65, OBO. 941-621-2496
DESK U-SHAPE computer work-
station 96x66x65 Formica. Exc
condition. $200. 941-766-1613
DESK, EXECUTIVE. & Credenza
set Black wood. Excellent condi-
tion. $249, OBO. 941-875-1203
FAX MACHINE Brother
p~hone/flaxn mchine. $18, OBO.

FAX/COPIER/PHONE BROTH-
ER #700 plain ae xtr ik cr
tridge exc. $ndap541-76 08c2a8
FAX/TELEPHONE MACHINE
9hrpFa n ndx~c~elnt condition.

FILE CABINET 4 drawer metal
b neolor $30, OBO
9 e6c21-2 96
FILE CABINET HON 4 Drawer
letter size, beige, lock knock ou{
EXC COND. $45. 941-769-0828
FILE CABINETS (7) Hon Legal 4
drawer each. $25, OBO.
941-875-1203

rls 9 rDIl Aa~s reg ster p~a~per7
$7, OBO. 941-621-2496
LODDGNRGAI TEANBG W30D"X956
941-828-8871
HP7 07 ALpLin GrColor Phinter

office $77, OBO 941-743-3858


120-2H O~ff al sdH oficeS frture.
Office Outfitters 941-485-7015
OFFICE SUPPLIES TONS OF
STUFF FROM A TO Z COME & SEE
GREAT DEAL $40 941-769-0828
PAPER Shredder GBC does 20
pages + reverse + storage too
$277, OBO 941-743-3858
TABLE, CONFERENC.6X3 REC-
TANGULAR DARK CHERRY SEATS
6 NEWER $299. 941-445-8046


PET SUPPLIES
& SERVICES
6236


55 GAL bowfront aquarium black
stand, gravel, filter, complete
$200 941-628-2704
AQUARIUM cover only! metal
mesh 17" by 36". $5.
941-423-2585
AQUARIUM COVER only! metal
mesh 17" by 36". $5.
941-423-2585
AQUARIUM, HAMSTER. 20 gal-
lon with all accessories, food &
treats. $30. 941-228-2238
BIRD CAGE like new, 12x17x22"
$15 941-204-0261
BIRD CAGE Small, ver good
condition. $5 941-204-0261
CARRIER 4 dog beige and blue
color used 1 time dim. 12" x12" x
22" $20, OBO 320-262-1316
CARRIER, CAT. Medium size car-
rier with assorted cat supplies
and treats. $15. 941-628-0762
CLIPPERS, ANIMAL HAIR BY
OSTER. GOOD CONDITION.
$10, OBO. 941-627-6780
DOG CARRIER 19 by 25in
crate.plastic $25, OBO
941-613-0124
FISH TANK 10 gal. with light,
pump and some extras. $15.
941-625-2779
HOME AQUARIUM Kit, 14 Gal.
Includes many extras:heater,
cleaning tools, decorations. $50
941-697-9857
LOVING CARE PET SITTING in

Bondheod 94 -42o34sl09nsrd&
PET CAGES, WIRE. Three wire
pe agle 51537050 each.

PET CA EOS/HOSE2S cn mail

RABBIT CAGE, wire, Like new,
removable tray. $15 941-204-
0261
STAND Folding aqurium stand
13 x 25 x 28 high black stand.
$20. 941-639-8901

APPLIANCES
6250


$40 SERVICE CALL The Areas
most trusted Appliance Repair Ser-
vice, serving PC, N.P. Engl, Venice.
We can fix it' Reconditioned apple
ances with warranty. 941-473-9484
A/C TRANE 4 ton central split,
outside only quality. $490.
941-629-2815
AC UNIT WINDOW Hampton Bay
5000 btu cold -needs knobs $45
941-625-2779
AC WINDOW UNIT NEW 5000
BTU. 5 YR WARRANTY. $95
941-268-9029
AC WINDOW UNIT. NEW 18,000
BTU WITH HEAT. 5YR WARR COST
635. SELL $330. 941-268-9029
AIR COND. 4 ton carrier pkg unit
90r m20bile ic~ecold. $350.

CENTRAL AIR, NEW, still in box
13Ser w/warranty $1,450

DEHUMIDIFIER FEDDERS 30
pint dehumidifier. Gd 4
boal/house. $10. 941-769-6192
DISHWASHER FRIGIDAIRE wht
excellent condition. $175, 080.
941-621-2496

5 OHA HsEt9 1nGlaDwARE wt

DISH eSHER, GE C eam col r

Englewood $59 941-302-8775

rtEhRo OoRdKe $4Good Deal,
941-716-3010
DRYER KENMORE, older, large
capacity. Not Pretty but works
great! $25 941-237-6397

DrYR,aWalte ln$1e2 .ith cord.
941-626-3102


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FREEZER KENMORE 14 cubic
foot upright $95 863-494-6469
FREEZER Magic chef, 7 cu. FT
ecele .27M ving $100, 080.

FREEZER UPRIGHT, KENMORE
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FREEZER, CHEST $100 941-
743-0844
FRIG WHITE. Nice, can deliver.
$295 941-626-3102
GE WASHER/DRYER white,
heavy duty super capacity 4 yrs.
old. $375 941-662-0266
GRILLING MACHINE Hamilton
Beach new. $20. 941-426-0043
JUICE EXTRACTOR Maverick,
Italian made, never used. $30.
941-626-0837


MISCELLANEOUS
6260


CIRCUIT BREAKERS Federal
Pacific, used, 3-15A and 3-20A
$4 941-626-0304
CLOCK, SHIP'S WHEEL, Heavy
wood. Exc. & Accurate time.
Btful piece. $75 941-875-6272
CLOSING SAI.E for summer 4000
sf nautical decor, boating suppl,
website www.MarinersTradingCom-
pany~com 941-639-1340 M-Sat 94
COMPUTER BUYING any, old, or
broken pc's up to $20, OBO.
941-639-1113
COOKBOOKS, Time Life Foods
of the World. Total of 54 books.
$100. 941-639-8019
DEHUMIDIFIER 35 pint kenmore
Dehum, on wheels. $75.
941-639-8901
DOOR LOCKS, hinges etc many
matching solid brass NEW LOTS
of them $50 941-286-5601
DUCKS, WOOD CARVED
Set of 3 All different. Exc. Cond.
$20 941-875-6272
FANS (6) & Many Shelves. You
remove. $200. 941-474-3592
FLOOR SEALANT for wood
floors Semi-gloss professional 5
gallons $45 941-286-5601
FRAME, DIGITAL PICTURE New
IB. Stores 3000 picture. 7"LCD
display. $25 941-875-6272
GLASS TOP for table 37". Great
if yours is missing one. $10
941-235-2203
GLOVESM, FOX GLOVES. $10.
941-426-7837

GO4G2LfSO7AKLEY. $10.

Ge~di tal witO dome ovr.n N~ew
$110. Ask $55 941-575-0097
GUTTER END Caps alum 200
0.cs 6" white 150 left side 50
right NEW $10 941-286-5601
HELMET, Large, for Dirt bike.
$20. 941-426-7837
HOOD 88-98 Factory Hood Pick-
up or SUV Chevy Black. $75.
941-426-7837
LUGGAGE 2-PC Palm Island.EC
Palm Tree Design/ $12 941-875-
6272
MAP, CUSTOM FRAMED, of
Boca Grande. Gold Metal frame
w/mat. $25 941-875-6272
PORCELAIN DUCKS SET of 5
3 Irg & 2 small. EC. $40 941-
875-6272
PORT A potty 2.5 gal. new in
box $85 941-626-3102
PROP EVINRUDE STAINLESS
6rop 12$734 x 23 stainless prop

SECURITY GATE HEAWY IRON
83"W 82"H 40" RADIUS GOOD
COND $175 941-286-5601
SHIPPING PEANUTS 20 c ft.
biggest bag. New $23, OBO.
941-621-2496
SIDE RAILS Dia plated For S-10.
$20. 941-426-7837

LonitioAMP25.S-91401-94269878370d
TELEPHONE. Unusual golf bag
and club style. NOT A REAL BAG!!
$30. 941-423-2585
THE CLUB The auto club with 2
keys. $15. 941-639-8901
THERMIS BOTTLE Stanley stain-
le s -61 8 0. e w L if e t ce 21 b5 .


3' h ws 2e gineering details $20


new $25 941-227-0676

WANTED TO
BUY/TRADE
6270


ANTIQUES BUYING estates,
Oriental rugs, paintings, furniture,
watches, coin/stamp collections,
silverware, anything old.
941-993-8587
BUYING gold coins and pre
1965 US silver coins $13
978-771-3608



itCs Hs or md lolduntora ,
old guns. Dom (941)-416-3280
DIABETIC TEST STRIPS, will
pay cash for unused, unwanted.
Local.Will pick up.941-2 76-1 572
WANT TO Buy Gold and
Silver Dollars or any old coins.
941-504-6365
WE BUY ANTIQUES
Whole house contents or a single
item. Top prices paid. Free esti-
mates. Sarasota Buy Sell Trade
941-355-4297

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BUICK
7020


2001 BUICK PARK AVENUE,
4 door., mint cond. AC. Dark
green, Leather interior, 83K mi.
$8,500. 941-204-2078


TABLE, LARGE CONFERENCE
Mahogany with 6 chairs
$299, OBO 941-875-1203
TONER CARTRIDGE CANON
L50 BLK. NIB $120 941-380-
3000
WRITING DESK/BOOKCASE
display shelves. 72" x 29" x 11.5
$45, OBO. 941-621-2496

RESTAURANT
SUPPLIES
6225


PUNCH BOWL CUPS 84 vtg
clear elegant. $10, OBO.
941-621-2496
TABLE, FOLDING. 4 ft Lifetime
wht. 4 ft x 24" x 29". like new.
$35, OBO. 941-621-2496

BIRDS
6231


SUN Aug 1st 9a-4p
Minnreg Bldg. 6340 126th Ave
Birds, toys, cages and much
more! 727-517-5337

CATS
6232


NOTICE: Statute 585.195
states that all dogs and cats sold
in Florida must be at least eight
weeks old, have an official health
certificate and proper shots, and
be free of intestinal and external
parasites.
KITTENS 5 free kittens to good
homes. No calls before 9 am.
(941)629-5890
TIGER STRIPE 9 mo old short
hair cat, neutered, very affection-
ate. All shots. Moving must give
up. Free to good home. (941)-
629-7658

DOGS
6233


NOTICE: Statute 585.195
states that all dogs and cats sold
in Florida must be at least eight
weeks old, have an official health
crtificate andesp o~pleansdhteannd

parasites.
AUSTRALIAN SHEPHERD PUP-
PIES. AKC Registered Champion
Bloodlines. 941-421-9822
COCKER SPANIEL PUPS AKC,
Reg. Male, Buff, shots, $400.
863-375-4001 or 863-448-3996
COLLIE, REGISTERED 2 1/2

yrsrkod unret wIth kis, etl 0
941-875-4708


rg, MGoCmE AKC tyl pOd, D dK(
$600 (941)-925-2328 '

iREe f AaEIIFiCAN6 ESKIRMO
TO GOOD HOME. 941-764-8028
HAVANESE, AKC pups, many
colors, Non shed. Health cert.
$550/obo. (941)-391-6662
LAB/GLDN PUPS- 3 FEM 8 wks
kid tested-vet apprvd! $250.
941-525-8503
MALTESE DOLL FACED Tiny
Toy pups, CKC, $450 & up Vet
Ck'd. Shots, 239281-6984
POMERANIAN PUPS Adorable
8wk, parents on prem. 1st shots,
vet ckd $200. (863)-990-7020


Rottweiler pups, 4 weeks old.

Ta14kin1d34 tHave b th par C s

SHI HfTrZa, K,A I re 1, 1s00mso
$750 cash only (941)-627-5656
SHIH-TZU, pure bred female, 7
mos. $400. Papers available.
Must sell. (941)-423-7109
TEACUP POMERANIAN Female,
starter shots, wolf sable in color.
Trained. 5 months old. $600.
262-853-2185

Lg g g
YORKIE 2 FEMALE AKC
REGISTER PURE BREED-
PERFECT. $1000
(352)870-0356



YORKIE ACK female 9 weeks
$600 941-421-8380



YOIRKIE1 wAKT y1tinFemale,1
$850-$950. 941-475-4913
YORKIE PUPS AKC 3 girls 1bo
tan & black 3mts health cert &
shots. $750-800. 941-623-8614
YORKIES for sale, 8 weeks,
tales cut, vaccinated and papers,
males:$550, Females:$650.
941-979-7217 / 941-979-2623


APPLIANCES
6250


KIRBY COMMERCIAL vacuum
cleaner new 1k, good vacuum,
accessories $75 941-716-3010
MAYTAG, HEAWY duty washer.
Like New. Microwave oven, water
cooler dispensers 941-629-1343

CERNOEWAPVERTGEC HWT E0.8 cf.
LIKE~~~~~ NE OTCA.$
941-627-9736
MICROWAVE microwave G E
white 11x20 $35 941-626-3102
MOST WASHERS, Dryers & Fridges-
can be repaired for $65 or less. No
charge i not repaired 941-460-0763
OSTERIZER FOOD Center
Regency, as new $25, OBO
941-475-3695
OVEN WALL OVEN black non
digital nice and clean. $295.
941-626-3102
RAINBOW BEST vacuum cleaner
ues wte~r.cos 1nelw6-23k1acces-

RANGE COUNTER top /coil type
white $125 941-626-3102
REFRIGERATOR WHIRLPOOL-
White, lyr old, in perfect condi-
tions $400, OBO 941-629-3493
REFRIGERATOR FRIG SIDE
WORKS GREAT, VERY CLEAN.
$30. 941-764-7817
REFRIGERATOR GE almond,
Looks good and works good $75
941-473-0077
REFRIGERATOR GE dorm size,
black with stainless front. $45.
941-625-2779
REFRIGERATOR Kenmore,
white, side by side, ice and water,
great c ndiion. '

E1FRI2GE8R6A6TOOR NEWER side x
si e, water n ice, n fiter n door.
$425. 941-626-3102






REFRIGERATOR WHIRLPOOL
white sdet by de waters leein
$245. 941-626-9400 '
REFRIGERATOR, KITCHEN AIDE
25.5 cu. ft. In good condition.
$325 941-833-0132
REFRIGERATOR, MAYTAG.
White, Excellent Condition.
$100, OBO. 941-875-6558
REFRIGERATORS, mini, large
and small. $75. 941-626-3102
STOVE & WASHER, KENMORE'
old but they still work. $100.
941-474-3592
VACUUM KIRBY deluxe model
with accessories and shampoo
kit. $180. 941-474-7387
VACUUM RAINBOW with power
brush attachment. $125.
941-474-7387

VACU. xcellent Cn~d tio~n. $25pik
941-759-0013

WALOE s enD bleeWhir I o
$499. 941-445-8046
WASHER & DRYER $150/pair
941-625-0945
WASHER & DRYER h/d super
capacity. $100. 941-268-2271
WASHER & DRYER Maytag

havy ~duty EExc Rent Hc90ndition

wi e, like new $150 941-237-

WASHER Maytag white large
duycan deliver $195 941-626-

WASHER white extra large H D.
Can deliver! $225. 941-626-3102
WASHER, WHITE, Whirlpool-
large, lyr old, good conditions
$250, OBO 941-629-3493
WASHER/DRYER Fridgidaire
HD capacity, works great, exc.
condition. $200. 941-258-2201
WASHER/DRYER, WHITE
NEWER, TOP OF LINE, LOTS OF
BUTTONS. $350. 941-286-9001
WASHER/WHITE APPROX. 2
YRS. OLD SUPER LARGE CAP.
LIKE NEW. $225. 941-235-0142

MISCELLANEOUS
6260


ANIMAL TRAP, MEDIUM.
12 x 32 trap wire cage, new.
$30. 941-639-8901
ANIMAL TRAP, Small.
7 1/2 x 24 wire cage trap. $20.
941-639-8901
BATTERY CHARGERS, 3 36
VOLT (NOT ~ (3RIN) 2
LAOTR ALLN3 $50WO8 39 -3 5
BOOKS, CHILDREN'S. 84 Dis-
ney stories etc V.G to Like New.
$7, OBO. 941-621-2496
BRIEF CASE Eddie Baurer soft
leather briefcase $30 941-228-
1745
BUBBLE WRAP, SHIPPING.
250 ft NEW. Big roll. $28, OBO.
941-621-2496


CARPET CLEANING supplies
value $200 spot/steam clean++
$15, OBO 941-621-2496
CHESS GAME timers New West
German made $30 941-423-
2585
CHEST PROTECTER. $25.
941-426-7837
CIGARETTES, MARLBORO
reds, $30 per carton. Silver Scor-
pion Holdings 941-474-2530





VOLKSWAGEN
7220


2004 VOLKSWAGEN BEETLE
Turbo Convertable, automatic,
Dark blue, tan top, leather interi-
or,08068k mIs G8760d30cond.r


VOLVO
7230


2003 VOLVO S40 4 dr sedan,
1.9L, black, 70,730 mi. $7,999
877-219-9139 DLR
2005 VOLVO S40 4 dr sedan,
FW, auto, black, 64,209 mi.
$12,999 877-219-9139 DLR

BUDGET BUYS
7252


1991 DODGE CARAVAN
Auto, Ice cold air, Good rub-
ber. Nice Reliable Car!
$1250/obo. 941-468-1489
1995 BUICK CENTURY cold
a/c, runs great, nice condition.
DLR, 1750, OBO. 941-628-3408
1995 CHEVROLET 1500
V8, 5 speed, runs great. DLR.
$1850, OBO. 941-628-3408
1998 CADILLAC CATERA 4 dr,
Ithr, ful~ loaded, all options, Germany
made, $1675 941-347-1201 dlr
WE BUY CARS
$300 CASH +UP
Frank 276-0204

AUTOS WANTED
7260


JUNK CARS WANTED
24/7 Fair $$ Paid
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$300 for most cars
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DEAD OR ALIVE. 485-7515
ALL VEHICLES WANTED
Dead or Alive, Top $$ Paid,
Starting at $250/$1000
941-623-2428

AUTO PARTS/
ACCESSORIES
7270


327 (BLOCK&CRANK)1968
yette, machined, good storage.
$490. 786-306-6335
ALTERNATOR NEW, fits GM 3.1
motor, '94-'96, $50
941-743-7747

Bu~ard te~pU fr truck oNicebr h
941-626-3102
BUMPER COVER (CAMARO)
80s front 82-92 god. $95
786-306-6335 go .
CAR VACUUM 12 volt wet&dry
vacuurn or 9bolw up7 to0ys New in

CARB 4BBL (QUADRAJET) 70s
chevy, camaro, works. $85.
786-306-6335
CARPET MATS Honda Civic
Black, like new, front & back row.
$75, OBO. 941-697-4713
CENTER CONSOLE w/ KEC
color monitor & VHS video player,
5il aso l-4a6 5any8 videogame,


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MOST CARS, NEW, $75. 941-
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SATURN
7135


MINI COOPER
7192


2005 MINI COOPER 2 dr con-
vertible, S, black, 24,631 mi.
$19,999 877-219-9139 DLR
2008 MINI COOPER

87 7-211-8054 DLR

MITSUBISHI
7195


2007 MITSUBISHI GALANT
34Kmi. DISABLED PASSEN-
GER, ENTRY BARS, $8995.
941-621-2033
2008 MITSUBISHI GALANT ES
Sport, garaged, full fact. wrrnty.
47K,Exc.$9,595. 941-391-6460

NISSAN
7200


1999 NISSAN ALTIMA GXE,
Auto, A/C. Power Wind. Cruise.
$3,850. 941-833-2200 DLR

Sdr Se~d n 7N7k, veryRgod on-
dition. $5,500. 941-979-8110
2008 NISSAN ALTIMA
10K MILES $18,990
87 7-211-8054 DLR
2009 NISSAN 370Z
11 K$30,990
87 7-211-8054 DLR
2009 NISSAN CUBE 4 dr
wagon, S, convertible, blue, 938
mi. $16,999. 877-219-9139 DLR

SPORTS CARS
7205


1980 MERC-BENZ 450SLC,
Orig 41K mi. 1 owner. Like new.
$16,495. DLR 941-347-7171


AUTO PARTS/
ACCESSORIES
7270


GRILL 07 Chevy Tahoe Front
Grill Black. $25. 941-426-7837


Oide 66 t~ra ohod stock n10

4NTO CESMIANIFOLD40 MOPAR
941-743-7747
MIRROR COVERS 07 Chevy
Bermuda Blue. $20.
941-426-7837
MUFFLERS 2 mufflers for v 8
with chrome tips welded on
$100 941-626-3102
NEW 18" ENKEl aluminum rims
with new tires, 6 lug Toyota
$1500 invested, sell for $800
941-627-0375 after 5pm.
RIMS, COVETTE. 16" set 4,
whe1s 7aluumn 6 590 fits all.

RIMS/ALLOYS4 15"5LUG used
Jeep Gr.Ch.L (NORTH PORT) $60,
080 941-356-0690
SATELLITE RADIO Sirius SUPV1
Plug & Play all access no install
needed EXC $25 941-769-0828
SEATS (BUCKET) Armrests.
Seatbelts. Clean. from Chevy van.
Nice. Each $75. 863-494-6557
STOCK SHIFTERS GM cam, fire-
bird, 70-80s. $100.
941-629-2815
TAIL LIGHT ASSY. 1993 ? mer-
cury grand marquis right side new
$15. 941-627-6780
TAIL LIGHTS nissan sentra 2000
-2003 full assembly. $40.
941-204-3274
TAILGATE FOR pickup STEEL
cut out for 5th wheel 66 1/2" W
EXC COND $55 941-286-5601
TIRE BRIDGESTONE Potenza
255 35Z 18 90W sound body
plenty tread $35 941-505-1745
TIRES (2) Prime Well 215/60/15
$40, OBO. 407-925-4603
TIRES (2) Uniroyal Laredo
235/70/16 $90.00
941-468-4226
TIRES (4)
225/60/17 $150.00
941-468-4226
TIRES 4 sets Carlisle turf saver
13x15.00-6 $130
941-661-6941
TIRES GENERAL Tires (2) 245-
70-17" $20.00 $10.
617-275-9612
TIRES GOODYEAR EAGLE 235-
55-16ga 60% tread $25, OBO
941-661-8115

TI2R5E5/7ORRE18 $100
941-629-2708
TIRES PIRELLI P225/70R/18
(4) $100 941-629-2708

ResE3) P55UC7 R1U6sn r op n
pictures. $125. 941-625-8269
TIRES/WHEELS/CAPS 4
185/60/14 4 bolt, like new 5K
miles $150 941-830-1030
TOOL BOX diamond plate, large
size for pick-up, list $299, $125.
941-497-5657
TRAILER HITCH Van trl.hitch
with hanging 35 gal gas tank.
$125. 941-625-8269
WHEELS DUALLYY) for 1 Ton, 8
lug. Steel. fits Chevy, Ford. Have
4. Each $25. 863-494-6557
WHEELS 15X14 Chrome, Bart
wheels, 6 lug, fits Toyota, Chevy,
? $200 941-234-2396
WINCH 12 VOLT, 1500 Ibs.,
sinl 9p~ull r de in USA. $100.

VANS
7290


1996 CHRYSLER TOWN &
COUNTRY LXI Loaded, 4 leather
bucket seats. 154k mi, $1900
941-255-0381
2000 FORD ECONOLINE
PASS VAN 49K $9,990
877-211-8054 DLR
2000 GMC SAFARI. 8 PASS.
Front & rear AC. 74K. $5495.
Pro Power Auto Sales.
941-627-8822
2002 NISSAN QUEST van, SE,
gold, 134,948 mi. $5,988. 877-
219-9139 DLR
2003 CHRYSLER TOWN &
COUNTRY. Loaded. 7 pass. Rear
air. 108K $4995.
Pro Power Auto Sales.
941-627-8822
2004 HONDA ODYSSEY 4 dr
passenger an, nay, gray, 83,054
mi. $12,999 877-219-9139 DLR
2005 CHRYSLER TOWN &
COUNTRY Touring, gold, 54,544
mi. $12,999 877-219-9139 DLR
2005 FORD FREESTYLE 4 dr
wagon, FWD, SEL, white, 74,456
mi. $12,999. 877-219-9139 DLR
2006 DODGE CARAVAN van,
FWD, SE, green, 46,878 mi.
$11,999. 877-219-9139 DLR
2006 HONDA ODYSSEY 4
dD r, 57,515 mi. 877-219-9139


2006 TOYOTA SIENNA
35 K $16,990
877-211-8054 DLR
2007 CHRYSLER TOWN &
COUNTRY $14,911
877-211-8054 DLR
2007 HONDA ODYSSEY 5 dr
EX-L, auto, gray, 41,626 mi.
$24,999. 877-219-9139 DLR
2007 HONDA ODYSSEY 5 dr
EX-L, auto, slate green, 41,345
mi. $23,999. 877-219-9139 DLR


cruise, PW, PD, CD, 30mpg+
143,780mi$2900 941-505-9390
2000 SATURN LS L-200 manu-
al, bronze, 100,144 mi. $3,988
877-219-9139 DLR
2004 SATURN ION 2 dr coupe,
RL, quad, manual, blue, $10,999.
877-219-9139 DLR
PR -P WER
AUTO SALES
(941) 627-8822
USEADRTSATURENRSACLEES
"THE SATURN GUYS"

00 SL1 Sedan................$4,195
01 SL2 Sedan ........$4,595
06 Ion Sedan .........$7,299
09 Aura Se an $....11,995
09Aura Sdan..........$123,22955

09 Vue SUV...............$14,795
All rated over 30 MPG

SCION
7136


ACURA
7145


1989 ACURA LEGEND, Rare
5 Spd. 157K, red, mint!, $3,900
941-586-2883

AUDI
7147


2002 AUDI A6 4 dr sedan, QTR,
ATT, gold, 89,918 mi. $9,999
877-219-9139 DLR


7148


1990 BMW 325i Conv. Invest-
ed over $20K in car. Runs great.
$8,500/obo. 941-629-3556
2000 BMW 740 iL Auto, fully
Ic dedh r kmkBseat el 74k act

$8750, OBO. 941-626-3674
2003 BMW Z-4 SPORT CON-
VERT. 2.5L, 62K LIKE NEW,
$14,990. 475-5444, DIr.
2006 BMW 325CI
16K $26,990
877-211-8054 DLR
2006 BMW 6501
CONVERTIBLE 32K $38,990
877-211-8054 DLR

HONDA
7160


1994 HONDA CIVIC 4 DR
Sedan, 4 cyl., FWD, automatic
Ial f50 details, $500, OBO 941
1998 HONDA ACOORD 4 dr
sedan, EX, auto, green, 79,301
mi. $6,988. 877-219-9139 DLR
1998 HONDA CIVIC LX, 4 dr,
black, 169,000 mi. $4,988. 877-
219-9139 DLR
1999 HONDA ACCORD 4 dr
sedan, LX, auto, silver, 133,042
mi. $4,988. 877-219-9139 DLR
2002 HONDA ACCORD, 4 dr
sedan, LS, manual, blue, 130,565
mi. $5,988. 877-219-9139 DLR
2004 HONDA CIVIC 4 dr sedan'
LX, auto, magnesium, 71,921 mi.
$9,999 877-219-9139 DLR
2005 HONDA ACCORD 2 dr
EXL, white, 58,675 mi. $13,999.
877-219-9139 DLR
2005 HONDA ACCORD 4 dr
sedan, DX, VP, auto, beige, 53,661
mi. $11,999. 877-219-9139 DLR
2006 HONDA ACCORD 4 dr
sedan, EX-L, auto, silver, 38,539
mi. $16,999. 877-219-9139 DLR
2006 HONDA ACCORD 4 dr
sedan, LX, auto, beige, 37,365
mi. $12,999. 877-219-9139 DLR
2006 HONDA ACCORD LX, V6,
4 dr, silver, 62,328 mi. $14,999.
877-219-9139 DLR
2006 HONDA CIVIC 2 door
coupe, black, 41,718 mi.
$14,999. 877-219-9139 DLR
2006 HONDA CIVIC 4 dr sedan,
LX, auto, gray, 78,505 mi.
$11,999. 877-219-9139 DLR
2006 HONDA CIVIC, 4 dr sedan,
hybridlco vrt, nay,1sil rb,712R87
2007 HONDA ACCORD 4 dr
sedan, EX, auto, black, 29,618
mi. $17,999. 877-219-9139 DLR
2007 HONDA ACCORD 4 dr
sedan, EX-L, V6, auto, blue, 35,542
mi. $18,999. 877-219-9139 DLR
2007 HONDA CIVIC 2 dr coupe,
EX, auto, gray, 27,243 mi.
$12,950. 877-219-9139 DLR
2008 HONDA ACCORD
22K $18,911
877-211-8054 DLR


1986 CORVETTE, red, Targa top,
gmouid1 $ 500sac,k loks/runs
941-624-3399 or 661-3399


Cld C, bR tor td 74 acmle ,
$12,000. 941-276-0139
19593H MV6TS5UBISHIan3a rsT
red, fast, beautiful, $3900
941-468-8292
1999 DODGE VIPER

8G K-1-803 9DOLR
2000 CHEVY CORVETTE
CPE AUTTO 26K $22,990
87 7-211-8054 DLR
2002 PORSCHE 911
Cabriolet $29,990
87 7-211-8054 DLR

TOYOTA
7210


1997 TOYOTA CAMRY LE, 4
cyl. 2.2L, 4 dr., 104K, $2500/
obo. Englewood 941-830-0897
2002 TOYOTA AVALON
XLS 55K $13,990
87 7-211-8054 DLR
2002 TOYOTA CAMRY 4 dr
sedan, LE, auto, 31,695 mi.
$9,999 877-219-9139 DLR
2004 TOYOTA CAMRY 4 dr
sedan, LE, auto, blue, 64,083 mi.
$11,999. 877-219-9139 DLR
2004 TOYOTA COROLLA 4 dr
sedan, CE, auto, white, 54,833
mi. $11,999. 877-219-9139 DLR
2006 TOYOTA AVALON 4 dr
sedan, XL, auto, blue, 64,451 mi.
$18,999. 877-219-9139 DLR
2006 TOYOTA COROLLA 4 dr
sedan, LE, auto, black, 58,831
mi. $13,999. 877-219-9139 DLR
2006 TOYOTA SOLARA SLE
CONVERTIBLE 34K $21,990
87 7-211-8054 DLR
2007 TOYOTA AVALON
38 K $20,990
87 7-211-8054 DLR
2007 TOYOTA CAMRY 4 dr
sedan, LE, auto, white, 44,190
mi. $14,999. 877-219-9139 DLR
2007 TOYOTA CAMRY 4 dr
sedan, SE, auto, beige, 38,820
mi. $14,999. 877-219-9139 DLR
2007 TOYOTA SOLARA 2 dr con-
vert, SE, V6, auto, white, 26,729
ml. $18,999. 877-219-9139 DLR
2008 TOYOTA YARIS 4 dr
sedan, base, auto, 26,222 mi.
$13,999. 877-219-9139 DLR
2009 TOYOTA COROLLA
38 K $13,990
87 7-211-8054 DLR
2010 TOYOTA PRIUS 3 white,
15k, Purchased in January. Like
new. $22,000. 941-875-4567

VOLKSWAGEN
7220


2000 VOLKSWAGEN BEETLE
cold a/c, DIESEL, 110k miles.
DLR,$5900, OBO. 941-628-3408
2003 VOLKSWAGEN PASSAT,
runs great, auto, ac, $4,200 obo
941-628-3408 dlr
2005 VW BEETLE 2 dr convert-
ible, GLS, auto, blue, 38,839 mi.
$13,999 877-219-9139 DLR


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HONDA
7160


2008 HONDA ACCORD 4 dr sdn,
EX, auto, polished metal, 32,474
mi. $19,999. 877-219-9139 DLR

2e0d HONDAutACC20RD944 md
$22,999. 877-219-9139 DLR
2008 HONDA ACCORD 4 dr

sd nl6,L9X99au8t v199 13 9D
2008 HONDA ACCORD 4 dr

sdd ,18,L9X9. t7 -21r913 4D
2008 HONDA CIVIC 2 dr coupe,
99au 87 Iv2el9-9313938D5LR m.
2008 HONDA CIVIC 4 dr sedan,
Auto, gray, 20,701 mi.
$6999. 877-219-9139 DLR
2008 HONDA CIVIC 4 dr sedan,
9a9u9 877 29-9413903D3LRm.
2008 HONDA CIVIC 4 dr sedan,
LX, auto, blue, 43,607 mi.
$15,999. 877-219-9139 DLR
2008 HONDA CIVIC 4 dr sedan,
LX, auto, red, 40,057 mi.
$14,999. 877-219-9139 DLR
2008 HONDA CIVIC 4 dr sedan,
LX, auto, white, 33,565 mi,
$12,950. 877-219-9139 DLR
2008 HONDA CIVIC 4 dr sedan
LX, auto, white, 16,470 mi.
$15,999. 877-219-9139 DLR
2008 HONDA CIVIC 4 dr sedan
SI, manual, silver, 17,138 mi.
$19,999. 877-219-9139 DLR
2009 HONDA ACCORD 4 dr
sedan, LX-P, gray, 9,442 mi.
$18,999. 877-219-9139 DLR
2009 HONDA ACCORD 4 dr, V6,
EXL, nay, auto, gold, 17,554 mi
$22,950. 877-219-9139 DLR -
2009 HONDA CIVIC 4 dr sedan,
LX, auto, silver, 27,452 mi.
$16,999. 877-219-9139 DLR
2010 HONDA ACCORD 2 dr
coupe, LX-S, silver, 5,625 mi.
$21,995. 877-219-9139 DLR
2010 HONDA FIT 4 dr hatch-
back, L4, auto, silver, 2,894 mi.
$16,950. 877-219-9139 DLR

HYUNDAI
7163


2006 HYUNDAI SONATA LX
Silver w/brown landau top
orig.own, gar kept, 13,066 mi,
$12,900 941-575-7938
2007 HYUNDAI SONAfA 4 dr
sedan, GLS, XM, auto, sih/er, 45,139
mi. $12,999. 877-2199139 DLR

INFINITI
7165


2004 INFINffl 135 4 door sedan'
LUX, white, 73,797 mi, $13,999.
877-219-9139 DLR
2006 INFINITI M35

87 7-212109504 DLR
2007 INFINITI G35 2 dr coupe,
auto, red, 30,852 mi. $24,999.
877-219-9139 DLR

LEXUS
7178


1997 LEXUS ES300 Sport
sedan, 4 dr, auto, white, 177,119
mi. $3,988. 877-219-9139 DLR
2006 LEXUS IS350 4 dr sedan
2pot95aut897-b213,498, R4 mi.

2006 LEXUS RX 400H hybrid
SUV, fully loaded, 24,100 mi, sil-
ver, $24,000 FSBO 863-494-1460
2007 LEXUS ES350
certified $23,990
87 7-211-8054 DLR
2007 LEXUS ES350
certified $23,990
87 7-211-8054 DLR
2007 LEXUS LS460
36K NAV $43,990
87 7-211-8054 DLR
2008 LEXUS GS350
52K WITH WARRANTY $33,911
87 7-211-8054 DLR
2009 LEXUS IS250
25K87C7ER2T1E 5429DL9R90

MAZDA
7180


1999 MAZDA PROTEGE 4dr,
automatic, AC, 121k miles, Nice
cond. $2475. (941)-468-1489
2008 MAZDA MIATA MX-5 2 dr
convertible, sport, auto, red, 21,089
mi. $19,000. 877-2199139 DLR

MERCEDES
7190


2006 MERCEDES C-CLASS 4
dri. uxury99sedan,7bl1ck 1 ,5D1R


2006 MERCEDES E350
$24,990
87 7-211-8054 DLR
2006 MERCEDES R CLASS
$27,990
87 7-211-8054 DLR
2007 MERCEDES C230
$22,990
87 7-211-8054 DLR
2008 MERCEDES SL550
21K $64,990
87 7-211-8054 DLR


VANS
7290


2007 HONDA ODYSSEY 5 dr
EX-L, auto, slate green, 52,614
mi. $22,999. 877-219-9139 DLR
07sHaOeND3A506SE $57dr95D
877-219-9139 DLR

2X0 7HONDAs ODYSSEY 5 dr4
mi. $22,999. 877-219-9139 DLR
2007 HONDA ODYSSEY 5 dr,
EX-L, auto, ocean mist, 37,413
mi. $24,999. 877-219-9139 DLR
2010 HONDA ODYSSEY 4 dr
wagon, EX-L, auto, silver, 4,007
mi. $28,999. 877-219-9139 DLR

TRUCKS/ PICK-UPS
7300


1992 FORD RANGER ext cab, 5
speed, economical, needs tlc,
$2,450 OBO 941-763-2035
1993 FORD F-150 Truck, 5
seat, runs fine, dual tanks, bedlin-
er. Nice condition. New battery,
tires <1000 miles. Must see.,
$2,500, OBO 941-456-2840
1995 TOYOTA PICKUP auto,
ice cold air, runs great. $2900.
obo Ed 941-650-2065
1998 FORD F-150 3 dr. extra
cab. V8, Auto, 200K mi. Well
maintained, looks & runs great. ,
$1,800. 941-743-5309
1998 FORD F-150 Cold AC,
V,1-573-d long bed, $2200/obo

1998 GMC SIERRA 1500 ext cab,
4X4, tow pkg, cruise, cd, well
maint, new trans, Rhino liner, looks/
runs great. $4,300. 941-214-0766
2000 CHEVROLET SILVERADO
LS, 155K. Loaded. Hwy Mi. New
tires.$4,250. 941-833-2200 DLR
2000 CHEVY SILVERADO 1500,
Ext cab, 2WD, champagne, 102,635
mi. $5,988 877-2199139 DLR
2001 FORD F-150 XLT PICK
UP 41k miles, 1 owner $8995
475-5444, DLR.
2002 NISSAN FRONTIER crew
cab, XE, long bed, cap & bed
slide, $11,200. 941-629-7177
2003 CHEVROLET S-10 5 spd,
66K, tow pkg, tool box, Ex cond.
$4995 obo 941-916-0137
2003 TOYOTA TUNDRA ACC CAB,
24D, R5, at,1gmen, 5D6,11 mi.
2004 TOYOTA TACOMA ACC
cab, 2WD, auto, black, 50,378 mi.
$12,999. 877-219-9139 DLR
TOE6RICGHETVRROCLKT 3245K00miHe
Hot side, cold side, steam table,
hot water, 9341c-mp-a~rent sink.
2007 MITSUBISHI RAIDER ext
cab, 2WD, V6, white, 38,340 mi.
$12,999. 877-219-9139 DLR
20b07 MISSAN7FRkONTIER Crew
Ca, Blc, 71, Le new.
Deatiled, new tires, extras.
$15,900. Call Bill 941-492-4614
2008 HONDA RIDGELINE 4 dr,
RT, auto, white, 27,410 mi.
$23,999. 877-219-9139 DLR
2010 HONDA RIDGELINE 4 dr,
RTL, auto, blue, 9,065 mi.
$32,950. 877-219-9139 DLR

SPORT UTILITY/
VEHICLES
7305


2003 HONDA PILOT 5 dr, 4WD,
EX-L, auto, silver, 156,343 mi.
$9,999. 877-219-9139 DLR
2003GHYUNDAI SvANTA FE274 d
$10,999. 877-219-9139 DLR
2003 TOYOTA HIGHLANDER,
LTD, V6, 4WD, gold, 74,133 mi.
$15,999. 877-219-9139 DLR
2004 GMC YUKON 4 dr, 2WD,
1500, white, 76,501 mi. $17,999.
877-219-9139 DLR
2004 HONDA PILOT, 5 dr,
4WD, LX, auto, gray, 89,749 mi.
$13,999. 877-219-9139 DLR
2004 HYUNDAI SANTA FE 4 dr,
FWD, GLS, 2.7, maroon, 109,464
mi. $5,988. 877-219-9139 DLR
2004 MITSUBISHI ENDEAVOR 4
dr SUV, XLS, 2WD, 93,747 mi.
$7,988. 877-219-9139 DLR
2004 NISSAN PATHFINDER 4
dr, SE, 4WD, auto, white 80,777
mi. $11,999 877-219-9139 DLR
2004 NISSAN PATHFINDER 4
dr, SE, 4WD, auto, 85,006 mi.
$11,999 877-219-9139 DLR
2005 FORD EXPLORER 4 dr,
2WD, XLT, red, 70,566 mi.
$10,999 877-219-9139 DLR
2005 GMC YUKON DENALI 4
dr, 4WD, 1500, black, 56,766
mi. $24,999. 877-219-9139 DLR
2005 LEXUS RX 330 4 dr,
FWD, beige, 43,809 mi. $21,999
877-219-9139 DLR
2007 BMW X5
4.8 30K $44,990
87 7-211-8054 DLR
2007 GMC YUKON SLT, 2 WD,
red, 48,420 mi. $28,999. 877-
219-9139 DLR
2007 HONDA CR-V 5 dr, 4WD,
EX0L, auobb7a~clk92123691DOLmi.


2007 HONDA CR-V LX, leather,
silver, 28,038 mi. $18,999. 877-
219-9139 DLR
2007 HONDA PILOT 4 dr, 2WD,
EXL, auto, dk cherry, 32,728 mi.
$24,999. 877-219-9139 DLR
2007 HONDA PILOT 5 dr, 2WD,
EX-L, nay, blue, 55,856 mi.
$23,999. 877-219-9139 DLR
2007 HONDA PILOT 5 dr, 2WD,
EXL, nay, black, 33,031 mi.
$24,999. 877-219-9139 DLR
















SUNCOAST BOATING


Mercury, 100hrs, Minikota
troll motor, bimini, Gartnin GPS
& FF, VHF, trir w power winch
$22,500/OBO401-525-6677






17' BOSTON WHALER, T T.:*I,
90HP Newly reworked engine w/
trailer $6800 941-637-7076


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BOATS-POWERED
7330


BOATS-POWERED
7330


BOATS-POWERED
7330


19.6' SEA HUNT 2000 !':.*1.n .:rl
500hrs. SSProp. T-Top 02 Alum Trl.
Extras $13,500 941-698-9665
20' ANGLER center consule
2001 Yamaha 150 HPDI, low
hours. $12,500 941-627-3221


23'7" HURRICANE jl li I Hilfli-
cane 237 with 200 4 stroke
Yamnaha, Minkota Trolling Motor,
Full fishing package, Enclosed
head, 165 hours, covered lift
kept since new. Asking $25K.
941-698-7968


S1 .0 HSquH Sun lI **.*n' ll
Evinrude, garage kept. Low hrs.
Like new. GPS, depth finder.
$4,995. 941-627-4665
10' ALM. boat, elc. motor, batt,
new fish finder, anchor $325
941-456-2840
11 1/2' Boston Whaler Sport on
trlr. Lift ready. Some extras.
15hp.$1450/obo.**SOLD**
11 WE BUY BOATS
WIHBAD MOTORS
Frank 276-0204
12' FLAT BOTTOM BOAT 301b
electric motor, marine battery
and charger.$300.941-830-0139


PONTOON 40hp Mercury, Big
Foot, Trailer, Dressing Room,
Many Extras.
$13,900, OBO 941-716-9807


26' 1997 RNDvELVOUS I,.I:<
Boat, low hours, new seats & top,
$8,900 941-637-8476.


Console. 200hp Yamaha 4
stroke, warr until 2013. Low
hours. Like new condition.
Trailer. Too many options to
list. $35k 941-916-9944


17.5' SEARAY SPORT 2009
Bought new, 24 hrs, garage kept,
extras, paid 26K, sell $17,500,
exc.cond. 941-564-8770

17.6' 1987 STARCRAFT Bass
Boat fully equipped, MinnKo-
ta trolling motor, remote con-
trol. all new batteries, on
board charger, 88 Evinrude,
Float on trailer, Very good
cond. $2750. 863-494-4620


L4 no~ unre..nven, tr 90.'
300 HP, F/1, full cabin, lift kept,
nice, $17,900 941-613-1903


vuIVU. antla, umallt. 941-223-9483
20' BAYLINER 5.1 LV8, trailer,
am/fmn cd player, great cond. like
new. $8,500. 941-629-1280


$202w0r To 1man op~t ns to list!







26' 87 SEARAY rr .: il..r. r:.ll
1050Mecur941 6e nt59canvas


24: CHAPARRAL jl.**.**.* I: I....Idy
Model 245 SSI, 5.7L, 1/O, dou
prop, 193 hrs. Full canvas.
Just d~etaild $71054900


12'6" SEA EAGLE llll Fl i
about, 25HP Yamaha, Floor
Board, Bimini Top, Extras. Encl.
Trlr. $3,200 941-223-0055


150 HP Merc, SS Prop, trailer,
$10,000, OBO 941-697-3754


20' CC, AQUASPORT 200 Clas-
sic, 2000-200 HPDI, Yahama
extras, $5,500 cash 863990 5252


.;I 913- -1&Y. 8

.B 21'y SLiE FOew 220005hrs. Lhoadeedr 24' HYDRASPORT 1999 with
20' FIBERGLASS DECK BOAT Blue Tooth, HiDef Sonar, Radar' 209Jhn, 0enPo
350 V/O Too much to list. Asking Chart plotter x3, $29,900 OBO. $1,0 4-2 -20
$3,250. 941-979-9081. 941-544-4914..


b0H thso el t r Tta l
Birnini, &hfullecover.dGalvo trIsehr,

$6,350/bo 941-716-6792

18' 200NO7FOORBRESTER
50HP Mercury (2str) Very low
hours, Ex. cond. W/frailer
$7000 080
941-232-0228


14 rltain amI~naI~ lr e..'....g
boat, 2005, 25 HP Tohatsu, bimi-
ni top, cover, electric start, exc
cond. $8,200 941-698-2430
14' GAMEFISHER, casting
deck, 25hp Johnson, trolling
motor, trailer & more. $2,000.
941-627-5777


'" TCI ""~ '""l "", ozoo, a. 0,
fish finder. Fly bridge w/dual sta-
tions. $6,500. 941-473-4035







26' PENNYAN Flying Bridge,
New Eng. Turn key, Under 100hr
$10,200. 941-223-4368







26' SHAMROCK EXPRESS
2003, 330 hp Crusader, 500 hrs.
loaded, $39,000 941-639-9034


24' REGAL'97 Deck Boat, Rebuilt
5.7 Volvo 1/O w/20hrs. Many
extras. $12,500 941-575-9271


LU nreunn~IYn ve~ avrk num ex nrrv3 ou, tax, w iou
2000, 115 Yamaha 4 stk. EFI, HP Evinrude, 98 TRLR, needs
Loaded w/options. $10,000 some tlc, 1st offer over $4,000
Call Chris 941-321-3110 takes it. 941-255-0381 aft 3 pm

. K P


Johnson, bimini top, trailer, low
hrs w/guides, gar kept. $3,970
941-766-0857

15' BASS BOAT with trailer, 40
HP Evinrude, older boat, never in
saltwater, AZ boat $2,000,0BO
941-639-0338
15' BASS TRACKER ALU-
MINUM, Trolling Motor, Trailer,
Good Title. $495 941-764-7817


350/5.7 Engine, T-top, Hoist
stored $16,500 941-637-7539


40.4 hrs.,Yamaha 150 4 stroke. '07 90HP Yam. 4 stroke, loaded,
Fish pkg. fish/depth finder, trolling new trlr. $14,000 941-889-7518
motor, stereo, magic tiK trailer,
many extras, like new. '
$25,500 863-990-0886




22' 2000 AQUASPORT 225
Explorer Walkaround: 200HP

t~r C TatV 50Fr h nrue 7c~ab n, bimini $17,000.

200HP EFI. Mercy. Very fast
Runs and Looks great. Fresh
tags on boat and NEW trailer.
New Batteries. Great condi-
tion 6500 OBO Call Phil
239-823-9504

2 2002 0 4NT ON,7 Ot9


Johnson, 18' swing ton trailer
MINT $12,000 941-575-2742







1ik Se Rod. onyO4R4THr 1035
Hp Mere 1/0. Incl Trlr, Radio, etc.
Asking $14.495. 941-276-4056.


25' 1998 SPORTCRAFT Walka-
round: 5.7L Volvo, cuddy cabin,
hardtop, super clean. $19,900.
941-505-7269


L~~r.. 1 A
16 LMNUMO IIF: Fci
trolling motor, many extra's, No
Trailer. $1500. 941-626-5356
16' PAI.M Beach Whitecap 161 w
bimini, ladder, trailer, 50HP, swing
away torque, <20 hrs, garaged,
trailer, GPS. $8,500 941-473-9766

16 cTa rR FT 4109h77,Mwn48
motors & trailer. Needs work.
$300/obo. 941-625-0945


26.55 FT BAYLINER i'i.... -lg,
AC fublat euipped pfisho fin er,
anchor,combo stove alc/elec.
refrig, toilet, shower, micro, sink,
builtin battery charger, $14,275
570-575-5633


L3 r tlnH n l .= Ili ~i

cil $s,0 Or~BOw Oe s594


25' GLASTRON GS249, AC,
Galley, Head, Electronics &
MORE! $17,995. 941-698-9846

.b '1


river or flats, CG eqpt. E Tec 60
Jet drive. Warranty 2013. $5,500
ea. $9,900 pkg. 941-625-4456


L, ...m~nan.-, vunLs.. mm,
fully rigged, twin Johnson
O/b's. + Many extras
Alum triple axel trailer
$42,000 941-575-7589


Yamaha, live bait well, $4,995
Call 941-815-8818


Center Consol, 256 hrs.
2M04Ahdavance 25 715Twsin
Ex IIl. Cond. Lift ke t
ce$47,900
Cell 410-908-5098


44E0S GS F VHlF A M F
/D, Tbag, w/ 05 Alum trlr.
$9,90/obo 941-321-1873


21.7' 140 Hp Johnson, well main-
tained. $16,000. 941-743-8055


iuuu, Ip3./ v/u new canvas,
ua tde 001n cea~nBwel rnain
Cape Haze Mar. (941) 473-1613.







28' 2001 SEA SPRITE art .: i ~in,
310 dual prop AC, GPS, bridge
encl. elec. head, full galley, 45
mph, only 90 hrs. lift kept, exc.
cond. $28,500. 941-639-7890.


like rew taler Center conso e,
Yamnaha 130 2 stroke w/ SS
prop, $7,900 941-626-4571


22' SHEARWATER 22Z, jlll.l~
250hp Yamaha, HPDI, 210 hrs.
Custom T-top, trailer, electronics,
fully loaded. Exc. cond. Ove
$65K new asking $39,500
941-258-5200






23' 1" MAKO 225hp Suzuki
trailer, fully loaded. Bimini Top'
Great fishing boat. $15,000 obo
443-995-7319

23' HYDRA SPORT, 2002.
225 Hp, Full Throat John-
son, AII the extras, Off
Shore or Just Crusing.
Preformance Alum Trailer
.Rarely used, lift kept.
Excellent Shape Ready to
go. Retail $25,200....
Must Sell BEST OFFER
941-623-2100

24.5' AQUASPORT 1994, Cain
& fiberglass top, 225 Evinrude
anchor winch, trim tabs, radio'
fish finder, live bait well, large
cockpit, cover & more. Great fish-
ingo boat, professionally maint.
$0000 941-697-7029


IJ LUUI 3Cn anr DUnven
First Owner. In Marina Stored.
$10,800. 941-993-5592


225 Mrs. ZUUS. Inside storage.
Many extras, 1 owner. $31,000
941- 474-2426


"" = .... n on .. .'"
Johnson, all 1995. Hydraulic jack-
ing. DF & FF, 551b Minkota, Bimi-
ni, 4hp Johnson kicker, $4,700
941-698-9657


-1is nr Ivercury approx. bLU
hours. w/ trailer, new bimini top&
cushions inside and out, depth
sounder, VHF radio & AM/FM
radio. Very clean. $6500. Call
941-629-0506 or 860-834-9200


stroke Yahama, alum trailer, GPS
$10,500. Paul 941-815-0019


225 Hrs. 2003. Inside storage.
Many extras, 1 owner. $31,00~0
941-474-2426
25' PROLINE 1999, CC, 250
Yamaha, 4 stroke, 70 hours.
Warranty to 5/13. Alum Trlr.
$23,900 **SOLD**


cnvas iooks r ns get.
Trailer. $4,500 941-223-0055
17' SABER BOAT 1979 in
good shape, 90HP Evinrude
shallow draft, $1800. Call
251-533-9587.

LI~~ .2 L~


QUEST 2000, 1-2b0HP, Yama-
ha's, top electronics, A-C, Gen.,
pristine, $69,000 941-966-5400

28' CARVER EXPRESS, good
condition, twin engine, on trailer
$4,500/080 or trade for pon-
toon boat. 443-622-7887


19 movi-IY unvuiver. .all..l:lir..1,
1999, alum trlr, 2002 rolls, many
extras $10,000 941-6984271


LUwo 3cmanr two... ,3LU
mercruiser 38hrs, thru-hull exst,
wet bar, head, ski tower. 6 yr
warr.oo Dry 54-84stored/marina.

22' CREST Pontoon Boat, 93,
40hp force, new blmini, brand
new trailer, runs great, must sell.
$2,600 941-492-4682
23' AQUASPORT 1996/Yamaha
200 1998; Garmin GPS $15,000
941-639-8019


HP Mercy. Optimax SW low hrs SS
props full head RayNay C-120 VHF
Exc cond. $39,500 941-697-9254
25' WELLCRAFT SPORTSMAN
'88, twin 89 Johnson 150's. w/
trlr $5,000/obo. 941-474-4184


Inboard/Outboard. Only 65 hrs.
on engine. Garage kept. Show
room condition w/ trailer. Only
asking for $10,000. 941-766-
8075 or 941-286-8361


19' WELLCRAFT ne.*. .: iin.i:. con-
vert. top w/VO,1~40 mercy. cruiser.
$4,500 w/trailer 941- 474-7831


Zau unavv wril t uL, olmini,
twin 225 Yamahas, low hrs.,
cabin. $79,900. 239-489-1193


BOATS-POWERED
7330









17.5' GLASTRON E..:~~.:r..le'
2001, clean, many options, CG
equip. very well maint, low hrs.

m5ust0s0ee 941-505-4081


BOATS-POWERED
7330


BOATS-POWERED
7330









25' WELLCRAFT i 1 re1lairegine
low hours, AC/Radar, exc. cond.
many extras. $9500. 637-6295


LU 3rurlitarlar o/, 10U
Mercy, 5 hrs, custom canvas, dual
trailer. $4,950 941-697-8313




-l*- --~

20' SUNCHASER PONTOON
Smokercraft 50 hp Honda engine,
low hours. w/warranty. Like new
cond. $12,000 941-544-0144





SUNCOAST BOATING


40' EAGLE TRAWLER 1972 11'blNEWP RT,b ,satls fst axncd
Totly FRefdurbL hhd nvit rbe au $1,950 863-465-7554
hull. Full new tanks. Asking -
$65,000. Call 941-408-9572


/4br seE d EhR SO rn Tracw e
941-639-2803







35' 1997 CRUISERS 3570:
7.4L Mercruisers w/341hrs, gen
set, W/A queen, full galley.
$89,900. 941-505-7269


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SPORT UTILITY/
VEHICLES
7305


2007 TOYOTA FJ CRUISER 4
dr, 4WD, aut, blue, 59,707 mi.
$20,999. 877-219-9139 DLR
2007 TOYOTA RAV4
$16,990
877-211-8054 DLR
2007 TOYOTA RAV4 4 dr, 2WD,
4 CYL, silver, 36,630 mi.
$18,999. 877-219-9139 DLR
2008 ACURA MDX
27K $32,990
877-211-8054 DLR

2008a HCNDbAcCR-V265,3 82Wm
$21,999. 877-219-9139 DLR
2008 HONDA CR-V 5 dr, 2WD,
EX-L, auto, white, 27,765 mi.
$24,999. 877-219-9139 DLR
2008 HONDA CR-V 5 dr, 2WD,
EX-L, nay, 27,388 mi. $23,999.
877-219-9139 DLR
2008 HONDA CR-V 5 dr, 2WD,
EX-L, nay, auto, blue, 29,565 mi
$24,999. 877-219-9139 DLR -
2008 HONDA ELEMENT 5 dr
2WD, EX, auto, red, 14,685 mi.
$20,999. 877-219-9139 DLR
2008 HONDA ELEMENT 5 dr,
2D,1 9(auto,7t~a rne 914 9R46

m $21,999. 877-219-9139 DLR


2010 HONDA CR-V 2WD, 5 DR,
EX-L, blue, 4,986 mi. $26,950.
877-219-9139 DLR


CYCLES/MOPEDS/
SCOOTERS
7360


1979 KZ-1300 (1) WHOLE BlKE
WILL START (1) BlKE FOR PARTS
NO TITLE. $350. 941-286-5601
2001 YAMAHA 250 Virago,

la ,0/F rr. e9 pt63T7c24c3n.
2004 DIAMO FELUX 150 CC
Scooter, 452 orig. miles. Real
eye catcher. Roof, windshield,
radio, CD player, recently ser-
viced. Sell for $1,900. Was
$3,200. (941)-698-0960






2006 KAWASAKI MOTOR
Cycle-6290 actual miles, beautiful
(Red) like new, Purchased from
Harley Davidson PC. $2,900
Firm. Judi 941-475-6569
2006 YAMAHA, V-Star classic,
650CC, mint cond, 50+mpg, only
1,260 mi, chrome extras, hel-
mets, $4650. (941)-408-0159
2007 HONDA Rebel, low miles,
Nice shape, black and chrome'
Beginner's bike. $2,650 OBO
941-624-3144
2008 HARLEY Sportste XL
1200N, windshield & s purity
system, $5,800 941-697-4014
GO-CA T,ndtRTER n. 5GH.a

$350. 941-426-7837
HERITAGE SOFTAIL STOCK
EXHAUST & EXTRA PERF. MUF-
FLERS EX. $200. 9416267682


CYCLES/MOPEDS/
SCOOTERS
7360


HYOSUNG SD50 SCOOTER 2003
(PARTS ONLY) NO TITLE FIRST $50
TAKES IT 863-993-3107

MOTORCYCLE for sale call
for details(941)628-5217 $250


CAMPERS/
TRAVEL TRAILERS
7370


19d7 ch EeUiOVAbl 58KA mla
garaged in Venice. $13K. 941-
484-0955 bobbricker@aol.com

WANT YOUR RV
We'll sell it! FREE
SKIP EPPERS RVS
(941)-639-6969 Punta Gorda
Closed Sun. &Mon.

TRAVEL TRAILERS
PARK MODELs
5TH WHEELS
STOY HAULERs r ods

Great Financing & Pricing.
R2V1 rUdSn4c1 N~okkois
941-966-2182


SMALL CAMPERS
for Small VehicleS
SKIP EPPERS RPS
941-639-6969 Punta Gorda


MOTOR HOMES/
RVs
7380


1995 CLASS C 22' Motor Home,
Excellent Condition, Has every-
thing, 46k miles, $9,900 OBO
941-474-9402

1999 MONACO DIPLOMAT
36' Cummins Diesel. 44k. Slid-
er, loaded, must see. 54,000
OBO 413-262-7721 North Port


40 Service Bays
Good Service/Fair Prices
R211 rUS n1 Iokkomn s


Charlotte RV Center
Great selection of pre-owned
RVs! Buy Sell -Trade Financing
We'll sell your RV FREE! Ask
about our marketing. Repairs-
Maintenance Parts Body Shop
US 41 at Kings Hwy., Pt. Charlotte.
(941) 883-5555
www. CharlotteRVcenter. corn

PLATINUM
Quality built by people who
care. Choice of floor plans,
many sizes
RV WORLD INC. OF NOKOMIS
211904U1S9461, MIS

RV'S WANTED
CASH/CONSIGN/TRADE
RV World Ic o okomis
2110 US 41 Nokomis
941-966-2182


MOTOR HOMES/
RVs
7380



RV SUMMER CLEARANCE

Mot ri ed/Toodbles
Name Brands/All Sizes
Great Prices/Good Financing
ALSO CLEAN USED
RV WORLD INC. OF NOKOMIS
2110 US 41, NOKOMIS
941-966-2182

SATURN TOW-CARS
From $2,495

TB1N5Et To sith ren
PRO-POWER AUTO SALES
(941) 627-8822 P.C.


BOATS-POWERED
7330


BOATS-POWERED
7330


OUBARD/
MARINE ENGINES
7334



motor. R12UO 9414t3rok8e950B
EVINRUDE 6HP with tank. Late

C dNo p 5p0. 941d4c d1i

JOOHENRSOUTEVANNDRUMDDSECTION
$350 PC (941)764-7817
MERCURY OB MOTOR 8 HP
long shaft in good condition.
$499 941-639-1567
OUTBOARD MOTOR, 85 HP
Frce,6 IIl $500 or trade. 941-

BOAT STORAGE/
DOCKING
7336


BOAT LIFT for rent, 16,000 Ib,
covered, in Port Charlotte. 1 min
to wide open water $275 mo
(941)-629-5896
DEEP WATER BOAT SLIPS
Englewood 25-60' $9FT/MO.
941-270-1449

MARINE SUPPLY
& EQUIP.
7338


1NCH R 2 plow. $35.

ANCHOR 45# CQR. $200.
941-769-0297
ANCHOR FLUKE 15Ib. $15.
941-769-0297
BIMINI Blue fabric, 4'Hx6'Lx8'W.
9ralm~e69-stra~ps, mounts. $100.

BIMINI TOP GREEN FITS 68-72"
BEAM $25, OBO 941-876-0154
BOAT PAINT SHERWIN Williams
2 gal B50-WZ1 & 1 gal B54-W101
unused $95 941-286-5601
CLOSING SAI.E for summer 4000
sf boating supplies, nautical decor,
website www. MarinersTradingCom-
pany~com 941-639-1340 M-Sat 94

WE T MRNCUSHIONS (2)- RED.I $0NEW.

WEST MARINECSIN (TYP E E IV. $20.N W
941-759-0013


EZ DOCK Floating dock. 5'x12'.
Paid $1900. You pay $950.
Excellent Cond. 941-268-5544

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MARINE SUPPLY
& EQUIP.
7338


PROP, YAMAHA NEW SALTWA-
TER SERIES II. S.S. 21 PITCH.
15" DIA. $450. 941-759-0013

PROP, YAMAHA NEW SALTWA-
TER SERIES II. S.S. 21 PITCH.
15" DIA. $450. 941-759-0013

PROP, YAMAHA NEW SALTWA-
TER SERIES II. S.S. 21 PITCH.
15" DIA. $450. 941-759-0013

PROP, YAMAHA NEW SALTWA-
DSER SRE4Sd 9I S1-7 9-0POTCH.

PROP, YAMAHA NEW SALTWA-
TER SERIES II. S.S. 21 PITCH.
15" DIA. $450. 941-759-0013

TROLLING MOTOR MinnKota
Maxim Trolling Motor 74# 24v.
EC FW. $250. 941-743-9055

CANOES/ KAYAKS




12' PUNGO 2 Kayaks & Epic
Hybrid Paddles. ($400/each)
$400 941-639-8019

11 eC Ina RogueR ver doyeth-
included. $375. 941-497-5657

15' CANOE SmokerCraft alu-
dnm,d $ackes 4and49M dles

CANOE, 16FT fiberglass, excel-
lent condition, $250 941-697-
8838



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Risers, New Canvas, New Uphol-
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Kept. Professionally Maintained.
A Must See Boat! $24,000
404-606-0866 Port Charlotte.


coL anlY Juniv ~Uutt cail,
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trailer, $3,600 941-497-3010
40' WELLCRAFT Coastal Sport
fish 2000 Twin 430 HP Diesels, 8
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quality boat. Well maint.
$280,000 941-697-5808


Twin Crusader, 350 HP, FWC, gen
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ley, Ray marine HD Fih
Finder/chart plotter/ GPS, full can-
vas, and more! V.G. Cond. $26,500,
OBO 941-474-0173


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Lv. msg. 941-493-8323


YI1 SlLVtK IUN, Tly Drlage, twinn
eng., sleeps 6. Good cond.
$10,000/080 941-624-6725


411- SEA RAY aft cabin I adUB
cats $75,000 also 50ft. boat slip
259, 00201B40 Englewood

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Asking Only $159K
to recieve fax or email with
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32' CENTRUY W/A 2006, twin
Yamaha 250's low hrs, Immacu-
late w many extras $109,500
obo Call Dick 941-445-2398


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gps plotter, auto pilot, depth, 2
dinghies, new batteries, new
mainsail, much new equipment,
very sharp interior and exterior.
$32,500. 941-662-7874


console, 1-zsu, air a generator,
loaded, $75,000 941-575-7867


AC. Many Extras. Great cond.
$25,000/obo. 941-876-4082


32' WELLCRAFT MARTINQUE
$39K '96, Twin 350's 420 hrs.
Sleeps 6, 1 owner, Exc. Cond.
941-697-2499


38' BAYLINER. MY. Twinl75 HP
Diesel, low hrs. 8kw generator.
$39,000. 941-916-1759







39' 1986 ALUM MARINETTE
250HP Diesels, freshwater
light, fast & fuel efficient. Two
heads, shower. AC/Heat, GPS
AP, gen., radar, inverter. $84,900
815-238-5165 Pics Avail.


34' HUNTER, 2000, Pristine, many
upgrades, in-mast furling in PGI lift
$75,000 firm. bill@rmcfam.org '

PERSONAL
WATER VEHICLES
7332


JETSKI, Great time for a Yamaha
Wave runner! '06 deluxe, 4 hours,
like new, w trailer, garaged.
$6,500 obo 941-457-1661

MISC. BOATS
7333



le0.d6' Oi )UMIb3 inltal 05,

12' 1948 ALUMINUM Feather.
$200. 941-639-8019


32' WELLCRAFT SPORTFISH,
Volvo Diesels, lo hrs. New 5KW
gen. Prof. maintained. REDUCED
TO $44K. 941-764-7046






32', 1986 TROJAN, new 350
engines, hardtop, A/C, Heat, new
GPS. $33,500. 941-697-6258


40 EEE RWE 18,
twin diesel, new fiberglass decks
fuel tanks, water tanks, $87,000
941-639-2003 or 231-218-9920


alesels. Iotally remoaelecyretrolluea
in 2002. $97,900 941-575-8784


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7320



1959 COMANCHE, Trade for
Property, low hours, fresh annual
$40,000. (941)-371-7384

TRAILER
& ACCESSORIES
7341


16' LAWN/CAR CARRYING
TRAILER, $1,300 obo. Call
941-629-7970.


Trais rTTailer H tches & Wir ng.
Two-Morrow's Enterprises,
9414609700

'REPAIRS
Boat Cargo Utility
Trailers -Parts -Service
Sales New & Used Welding
Burnt Store T 13erSales
(9 )- 3-20

TOW BAR Demco Aluminator
6500 Ib. 2x2, cable & cover,
base plate off Jeep Cherokee,
$350. Call 941-637-0825.

TRAILER 4'X8' bed,sides 16",
incl.toolbox and spare tire. $499.
941-497-5657


U3T' trier Aies, rar tailgate.
$350, OBO. 941-740-4300

UTILITY TRAILERS Great Prices
WEST COAST TRAILER
(941)698-9902


BOATS-POWERED
7330


SAILBOATS
7331


0/5h0 h /ur is is lsN
Well-equipped
Great Cond. Kept on a Lift.
$115,000 941-697-0940
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Pool Cages* Screened Enclosures
Front Entries* Custom Screen Doora
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94f-644-3250 CELL
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General Contracting
ROOM ADDITIONS GARAGES -
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LANAIS -
ACCORDION SHUTTERS -
STORM PROTECTIONS


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81 Used Computers & Printers
*Virus and Spyware
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WeI Fixc AII Bronds of Computers
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Excavating, Inc.
*Stormwater Solutions
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Over 30Yrs Exp. Lic./hn
Cel: (941)234-6631
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HALL'S TRUCKING
&E BOBCAT SER VICES
Concrete Removal
Stone Washed SheHl
Fill Dirt Mulch
SheHl Driveway Installed
Small Tree & Brush Removal
Commercial & Residential Clean-Ups
Reasonable Rates & Reliable Service
(941) 485-5717
Cell (941) 716-3650


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Specializing in:
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41-391-0694
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-t 7~1State Certified
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ENTERPRISES
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No Minimum Required
Rock, Mulch
Free Estimates
941-2865228
Lic. & Ins. in
Charlotte & Sarasota
counties


QUALITY
WORK

Will beat any bid at
any reasonable price.
Driveways, Sidewals,
Patlos.
serving sarsaota
Area 25 yeas.
941-780-1968
INSURED


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all cont acora
to be Registered
or Certified.
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Of On the Web at
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SHINN & SONZ
DRYWALL
*New Construction
Additions
Repalrs
FREE
Estimate$


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#CRC1327846


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"Wour Sliiing

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Lic. &t Ins. #CRCl327458

941 809 07


100 '
No Job Too Bfig
or Too Smalll

(941) 629-4961
Licensed & Insured
CRC 1327653


*Texturing
CellinDamga Repair

L censedd & ure
BARASOTA COUNTY


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21/Ton
5 873$ 00
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* Pay nothing until work complete
* Over 1,200 Jobs Completed
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Residential &Commercia
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li4 R101282.


Matt' s



$1000 -200 Amp
Service Changes
$50 Service Call
C24 Yrs. ExRp*
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6" SEAMLESS
GUTTERS

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Li.CO#062 In


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Venice Native
Serving Sarasota County

941.485. 2172


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No Job Too Small!
Since 1982
EDWARREN
BRIANY WARREN
h:041-629-9500
all:041-628-385!


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IGenerators

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*Yard Work: mowing,
trim ina, Il lnsaing
Houses, pool deck,
driveways
*Small Repair inside
outside vour home
ND j0b too big
or Small
(941) 623-3408


Retired Northern Custom
Builder at ydonr mere.

High Costs,
Poor Quality?
Call Blaine:
941-662-0266
Fu~lel ntwlbee
edalme (ult neirx.
work wireferens Prompt
completion wlmaudanue


Interior/Exterior
Retoel ra nis d'
Tile Installations
FuH Handyman Servies
James M. Okell
941-270-1693
Alegitered o.& *Since H93


DO IT AU. M
JUST ONE CAll
Budwoom & Kind.
larnodels

1-697in
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John Lambeth
475-2630
30+ Years Eqe~rince
JohnLambethLLC.com
Certified Building Contractor
CBC1256726
Put NEWst le &msoul


House+

iGnera Home Repairs
* Electric
* Plumbing
* Carpentry
*And More!
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www housemdhandyman com
~Lic/Ins.


Bills Handyman


* Ceiling Fans




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* EtC *
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* Rtkesn wood reairs
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* Drywal Painting
No Jlob Too Small.

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Kitchen &i Bath
Counte tps
Dry al
Tex~tur n/Piting
Aluminum Screens

9476 17
aCR n n79d


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Total Remodeling
llphases of Crety
Painting Int/Ext
Tiling Flooring
Local References

Cal Jo


JJ I COMPLETE
HIANDYMAN HANDYMAH


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and Much More!
Al yur owous ender
Epriero a FAIR PRICE,
Satisfied DEPENDABILITY

49_~I~~_ 6 FO T
CAI Er FRuE Enmfr 941-740-0451


Dave Beck I(4,, URBINIG
ThCaama ANVTHIgNO!! "If you want a
ILC Tret, lof 2 Ye 400, qt uality product and
Kitchen & Multhid great service by an
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AblifettWe do Rock and Mulch


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LAWN CUTTIIe
MOST LAWNs

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PROMPF BIPENDABLE SERVICE
I HS HSS I (lCE


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Locally Owned & Operated
* Great Equlpment
* Great Worki Ethic
*Satisfled Customes
PREE ESTIMATES.
941-426-7844


Stone Starting at *
$39.99 -
ROCK DIRECT seY" ana otoa, Noki,
TO YOU Average
Free Estimates Account is
$70/month
Free delivery
over 5 yards
(Some restrictions apply)
941-623-6192 '


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$20 Off Tree Service Stating at $35 month
$10 Off 1st Monthly Service
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SRESIDENTIALCOMMERCIAL & RENTAL PROPERTIES
-oNE nYMCUTS/MONTHLYS/A.NNALY
*TREE TRIMIMINO/HEDGE TRIMMINOi
PROPERTY CLEANUPS
sERVING ENGLEWOOD, ROTONDA, GULF COVE,
PLACIDA & BOCA GRANDE AT AFFORDABLE PRICES!


ELEMJENSEN'S as alnUaiOuSe
LAWN SERVICE
LAWN SERVICE
LAWN CUT SPRING SPECIAL:
re~ to help IIFull Service CUTAB LOW AS
Law Cae $ 10.00 & UP
No Contracts WE CAN MANICURE
Quality Work I YOUR PROPERZTYOR
Fully Licensed & Insured. CTYU RS

CALL uc aIss
Lic. and Insured 1941-483-0785 941-52~60279


BROTHERS LAWN S
LANDSCAPING
Lawns starting at
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Yard clean up pruning
Prornw dependable srice
Wy pay more?
941-809-9485


N'ewI A4cco unts
Mowing
Edging &
Trinuting

16 yrs Experience
Licensed & Insured

Call Tim
041-402-5171


* $18 ANY RESIDENTIAL
* Times are TOUGH and we are he
Sots b Acr ea
* General Lawn Maintenance
* Handyman Services
Also Available


941-979-6197


aul contractors
t0 be Registered
or Certified.
Be Advised to
Check License

State by Calling
1-850-487-1395
or on the Web at
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Free pressure washing with
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Lic#10 000077~24 & Insured
(941) 255-3834


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Pointing Etc.
25 year Pro Interior/Ext
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Free Est, Ref, Lic Ins.
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g.
941-9923-041


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Mason Contractor
Brick and Glass Block
Licensed & Insured
941-628-6219
Serving
Soucthwest~loida since 1994


,SS~ IA'IR"'
zero voc, low odor,
pasnt as elble.

941-46(8-2660
Former FireBflhter
North Port, Punta Gorda
Englewood &r Venice
#AAA00101266
25+vYenesarne~iene


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Honest, Reliable,
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Workmanship and
Reasonable Prices
Fully Licensed
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340Gallon BradionI White Water Heaters Installed
6 Years Tank Parts & Labor, Full Warranty
ONLY $399
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941-375-1103


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041-544-1066
Pool & spa Maintenance
INeekly/Mrlonthly Pool Senrvce
Pool Cage & Deck Cleaning
Mark Scaperotta
Certified Pool Operator
Uicensed & Isured
Rlplnp--lm


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Owner/ Operator
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$6J/Month
Full Service
Serving South
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Master Pluinher
RF1 106739s
1-941-204-4286
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muster plunblar and Leak Detection


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PRESS RE
CLEANING
"ClLE ROOF
AlSP CI C"a~g
& Roof Coating"
497-2493
Same Cleaning
Since 1984


James Weaver
Roofing
Farraly
Owned &r
operaed'

426-8946
Free Estimates
U~etal, shingles, flat roofs,


Screening
Licensed &r FuHl Insured
25 yrs. ofexperience


& LAS
Also Repairs, Entry wRays,
Garage, S~ders
No Job Ibo sman


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*Pool cages
*Lanals
6rg 51ders
Honest.Dependable
References Available.
FREE ESTIMATES
Ucensed & Insured.


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We Come to
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Specializing in Pressure
Washing And Ties Service
10% Senior Discount
20 Years Experience
FREE Estimates


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Famil owned and
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Shlnl *Sinat Ply
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Bullt-up Service Available


Reagan Leonatti 488-7478
Llo.# RC 0000574


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BOND CONTRACTORS, INC.
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Why Replace 191 Save it and Save $1
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The workshop is $75 per student.
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the artist had installed with other items that fit perfectly into the
garden.
Equally memorable from that show was a large ruby red
flower-shaped plate set on a table in front of a bright red painted
flower of similar shape by artist Georgia O'Keefe. Chihuly had
created the glass and most of the wrks to coordinate with works
in the museum's collection.
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waterfowl.
Many of the animals come from people who
are no longer able or willing to keep them in their
homes. Morrison says she gets calls about ani-
mals daily, and that only three of the animals--a
zebu, a camel and a zebra named after a talk
show host--came from breeders. Some of the
macaws at the Nature Park didn't know how to
fly when they arrived, as they had lived in cages
previously.
"It's nice to see a bird fly for the first time," she
said.
Vice President of Fun Stuff Pam Cronin men-
tions that the Nature Park sees an increase in
the number of people dropping off chicks and
bunnies about six weeks after Easter.
Ashley Turner, who has worked in the Nature
Park since February and also works with the
summer camp program, talks about the animals
once they come to the Nature Park at the Shell
Factory.
"All of the animals are just fabulous and very
well taken care of," she said.
The Dolphin Club at the Shell Factory present
live music with Midlife Crisis on Saturdays begin-
ning at 6 p.m with a $5 cover charge. Midlife Cri-
sis plays hits from the 1970's, 1980's and 1990's
that have become classic hits according to the
Billboard charts. Hawgs and Dawgs on Sundays
at the Swamp Bar offers live entertainment from
4 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Tom Cronin emphasizes the philanthropic
side of the Shell Factory and Nature Park. Last
year, they donated to over 200 charities. When
charities ask for tickets or raffle items, the Shell
Factory and Nature Park staff tries their best to
comply.
"We want to be a part of the community,"Tom
Cronin said.
Cindy Tart, who works at the fun park, feels the
sense of community among the staff.
"It's all like a big happy family as soon as we
come on to the property" she said.
For general information on the Shell Factory
and Nature Park, please contact 239-995-2141.
The Shell Factory and the fun park are open from
10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Wednesday through Sunday.
The Nature Park is open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Wednesday to Sunday. Tickets for the Nature
Park are $10 for adults (age 12 and older) and
$6 for children ages 4-12. Senior tickets are $8
(55+.)The Shell Factory and Nature
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have a longer title to accommodate all
the attractions it offers southwest Florida
families. Maybe the Shell Factory and Nature
Park and Restaurant and Fun Park and Shopping
Area would work, though it would be hard to fit
on a business card. And it wouldn't mention the
taxidermied lions.
Canadian Harold Crant opened the Shell
Factory in Bonita Springs in 1937. After a fire, the
business moved to North Fort Myers. In 1997,
Tom Cronin became the owner after buying it
from an insurance company, as the Shell Factory
and Nature Park had filed bankruptcy. He decided
to update the attraction.
"It was either that or tear it down," he said.
Today, 600,000 people visit the Shell Factory
and Nature Park each year. It has shopping, a
nature park, a fun park with bumper boats and an
arcade, a store that sells holiday decorations and
a natural history museum filled with taxidermied
animals.
Cronin has received the animals from hunters,
mainly from a man named Johnny Johnson,
whose picture hangs on the wall in the exhibit.
The rarest animal in the exhibit is a white rhinoc-
eros. Cronin's favorite are the lions.
Johnnye Collier, who was visiting the Shell
Factory recently for the first time from Atlanta,
paused in front of the lion exhibit.
"The closet thing I've ever seen to this is on
Animal Planet," she said.
"These are memories for me to go back and
tell my kids," she said later.
Cronin started the Nature Park Environmental
Education Foundation, Inc. in 2006. The founda-
tion began to fund transportation for field trips to
the Nature Park at the Shell Factory in 2009 be-
cause the Lee County School District cut field trip
funding in 2008. Over 4,000 Lee County students
have visited the Shell Factory as a result.
Cronin says that one of the most rewarding
things about working at the Shell Factory and
Nature Park is watching the small children come
through and see the animals up close, even
touch them.
The Nature Park features animals from around
the world, there is a petting zoo and a small
animal museum. Staff is working on a rainforest
exhibit, set to open this fall in
which birds will fly Ir--ly
Once,in the aviary
that's part of the
Nature Park, a
parrot landed
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atsoll as

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pushed
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an e-mail,
Nature Park
Director Meganl
Morrison said The
Nature Park contains
25 birds species, including
peacocks, parrots, cockatoos and
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The requisite circus balancing act is per-
formed by Axel Perez of Miami who seemingly
defies gravity. While balancing on one hand he
somehow manages to extend his legs out to
one side counterbalanced only by his other arm.
Using two arms, he also twists and turns his body
in ways that one should probably not try at home.
The result is a performance that causes collective
gasps throughout the audience.
Providing the show's grace and beauty is
world-famous aerialist Dolly Jacobs, co-founder
with Pedro Reis of Circus Sarasota. As she does
in the annual winter shows by this area's own
circus, Jacobs soars high above the stage in
graceful poses, twists and turns.
Introducing the acts is Las Vegas regular Dick
Franco who throws in a little bowling ball magic,
some mouth juggling and more.
Performances are Wednesday through Sunday,
through Aug. 1. To make a circus-themed day
of it, combine a visit to this show with a visit
to the Circus Museum and Tibbals Learn-
ing center at the John and Mable Ringling
Museum of Art. General admission tickets for
the performance are $12 per person for adults
and $10 per person for children under 12. For
information or tickets, visit www.ringling.org or
call 941-360-7399.


By KIM COOL
FEATUREs EDITOR

less is more.
Teaming up with the John and Mable
Ringling Museum of Art, this area's own Sarasota
Circus, is presenting a gem of a circus show in
the museum's Historic Asolo Theater, which is
located in the museum's visitor center building.
Circus, Cirque, Circo: A Family Tradition fea-
tures international acts big and small from Sara-
sota's own amazing Dolly Jacobs, one of the top
aerialists in the world, to a 12-year-old juggler.
He can juggle while keeping a hoop in motion,
toss other balls into a box atop a stick balanced
on his head and keep three boxes together while
constantly taking one away.You have to see it.
Hooping it up the most, with as many as 30
hula hoops at once, is Chiara Anastini.
Another youngster in the show is Axel Perez.
He manages to remain standing on his balance
board no matter how many round objects it puts
beneath the board. Imagine as many as five
layers of round things, any one of which could
topple this young man,
Instead of the typical circus band, this show
has the Dancing Gauchos who make their own
kind of music with drums, whips and boleodoros.


By KIM COOL
FEATUREs EDITOR

joined forces with summer discounts to
make summer road trips even more ap-
pealing.
From now through Sept. 6, you can download
$1 discount coupons on line and after July 15, you
will also be able to pick up coupons on site. Dis-
cover IT! Inland Treasures of Southwest Florida
is the name of the program which is planned to
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of the intriuing places that are inland of the Gulf
Coast.
Partnering in this effort are the SWFL Museum
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Aquarium, The Butterfly Estates, Calusa Nature
Center & Planetarium, Shell Factory & Nature
Park and the Edison & Ford Winter Estates. All
these attractions are located within or near down-
town Fort Myers.
The history museum in downtown Fort Myers


recently announced that it is extending its King Tut
exhibit through Aug. 15. The somewhat eclectic
museum also has a vintage railroad car outside
the museum and a replica old Florida Cracker
House plus several other exhibits inside.
Within a few blocks is the Imaginarium which
has interactive games for children and adults,
hands-on science exhibits, touch tanks where you
can pet sting rays and other sea creatures and
a variety of other science-themed exhibits. Also
within a few blocks is the Butterfly House, one of
Fort Myers newer attractions. Within its glass walls
are what seems like hundreds of butterflys, an
indoor garden with pond and displays about differ-
ent types of butterflies. Adjacent shops offer gifts,
ice cream, candy and a place to enjoy a quiet
lunch. A small botanical garden is at the back of
the buildings.
A little farther away is the Edison & Ford
Winter Estates property where inventor Thomas
Alva Edison created an estate featuring botanical
treasures that included plants which might yield oil,


Manta rays such as this can be seen and
touched inthe petting tanks of the Imagina-
rium's aquarium area.

The recently renovated Shell Factory & Nature
Park offers more shells than one can imagine,
entertainment and dining plus a Rainforest aviary.
Enjoy planetarium shows at the Calusa Nature
Center and/or walk its miles of trails.
Visit their Web sites for information: www.swflmu-
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shoes). Guided tours of the Capitol and of the
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Note: walk-in works well for the Library of
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idea for tours of the Capitol. White House tours
are possible, but these junkets require string pull-
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many months in advance so you'll probably end
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The museums of the Smithsonian (www.si.edu)
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months ago, I discovered a precious
little park just around the corner from the

ho med Pan's Garden and featuring a
bronze statue of the Greek god of that name,
the god of mischief and music and merriment.
It was only after I returned to Venice and
Went Googling for information on the garden
that I learned that the hotel, Pan's Garden
and Worth Avenue, the famous Palm Beach
shopping mecca, are, in that order, the three
most historic places in Palm Beach accord-
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The foundation established the garden
in 1994, placing the statue of Pan of Ro-
hallion, the shepherding version of Pan,
at the garden's entrance pool. Instead
of sheep, this Pan stands guard over a
collection of Florida native plants, shrubs
and grasses on a one-half oasis that has
become a popular field trip destination for
Palm Beach County students in grades
K-8. Display areas within the garden illus-
trate the way native plants can be used to
enhance home gardens and are changed
seasonally.
The western boundary of the garden
is framed by a wall rescued from the old
Casa Apava estate on South Ocean Bou-
levard. Today it seems that many of those
estates are hidden behind box-shaped
shrubs taller than such walls. At least
Pan's Garden is not completely hidden
that way. Most of it can still be seen even
after the gate is locked in the afternoon.
That is what enticed me to return to see
the rest of it. The garden is at 386 Hibis-

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Avenue is to the south. There you will
find architect Addison Mizner's first Palm
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at 337-339 Worth Ave.
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'COuntry Melodies'
The Cultural Center of Charlotte County will present "Country Melodies," as part of the
Summer Dinner Theater series, on July 7 at 2280 Aaron St., Port Charlotte. Country music
performer Tom Carlisle will perform favorite country tunes from the 1950s and '60s. Dinner is
served at 5:30 p.m. in the Conference Center, and includes a featured entr6e, two side items,
a garden salad, rolls, a signature dessert, iced tea, coffee, and water. A cash bar is available.
The show will begin at 7 p.m. in the theater.
The cost for both dinner and the show is $20 for Cultural Center members and $23 for non-
members. Tickets are available for the show only at $8 for members and $9 for nonmembers.
For tickets, call 941-625-4175, ext. 221.
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Cultural Center Of Charlotte County
The 41st Christmas in July,will be held from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on July 9, 10 and 11 at The
Cultural Center of Charlotte County. Many vendors, with an array of great handmade crafts and
more. Free Cookies and Punch with Santa, and free photos with Santa. BBQ and Bake Sale
and the infamous Strawberry Shortcake will be available. Fun, prizes and raffles throughout the
day The Cultural Center of Charlotte County, a nonprofit organization has been serving the
community since 1961. Vendor tables are only $60 for 3 days.
For more information, call 941-625-4175 ext.253 or visit www.theculturalcenter.com. The
Cultural Center is located at 2280 Aaron St., Port Charlotte.



Fundraising baseball game
The Children's Services Council will join with the Charlotte Stone Crabs to host a "Focus on
the Family" night July 10 at the Charlotte Sports Park, 2300 El Jobean Road, Port Charlotte.
Join the CSC as the Stone Crabs take on the St. Lucie Mets at 7:05 p.m. Featured family
entertainment will include: family portraits with Stoney, parent/child catch on the field, High Five
Tunnel, balloon art and face painting. Silly Bands will be given to the first 1,000 children admit-
ted to the park.
Tickets cost $12 and include a Charlotte Stone Crabs baseball hat and a game day program.
Call Emily Lewis at 941-235-0159 to purchase these special tickets.



The Enchantment of Beauty and the Beast -
presented by the S.E.A.D. Summer Prog ram
The actors, singers, and dancers of the S.E.A. D. Summer Theater program at The Cultural
Center will soon take the stage with their presentation of The Enchantment of Beauty and the
Beast. Join us at 7 p.m. July 17 or 2 p.m. July 18. The participants have been working together
since June 21 to make this performance a reality.
The musical chronicles the tale of a handsome prince who has been cursed to live his life
as a beast.Years later he falls for a lovely girl named Beauty, the daughter of a widow he has
sentenced to death. In trade for her mother's life, Beauty agrees to stay with the beast. Will she
share his amorous feelings?
Tickets are $8. Call the box office at 941-625-4175 ext. 221 to place an order.
The Cultural Center is located at 2280 Aaron St., Port Charlotte.



Sizzling Summer Serie~s continues with
'Summer Smng'
Turning Leaf Productions and The Cultural Center Theater have joined forces to provide you
with the best possible entertainment this summer. "Summer Sing" is at 7:30 p.m. July 24. Bos-
ton native Steve Marvin (you may have seen him perform as a member of 3 Swingin'Tenors)
will be here for a live solo this summer. Jim will celebrate music from the Big Band era as well
as the American songbook. His show is sure to be jam-packed with many of the standards that
you know and love. Steve, originally from the Roxbury area of Boston, started out also as a
drummer and studied at the Berklee School of Music.
With roots as an R&B singer, he was the drummer/vocalist with Boston boyhood friends the
"GClefs". Steve is comfortable performing jazz, blues and cabaret. He has performed interna-
tionally including the Blue Note, Paris; La Pepistrano, Rome; Bodegatron Jazz Club, Tel Aviv;
and the Jazz Cafe, Barcelona. Round up some friends and make sure you all come out to enjoy
this fabulous performance!
Tickets are $12 each and can be purchased at The Cultural Center box office. We are
located at 2280 Aaron Street in the heart of Port Charlotte.
The office is open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. weekdays and 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturdays. Call
941-625-4175 ext. 222 for additional information or to place an order over the phone.
Visa and MasterCard are accepted. You can keep up with our ever-changing schedule online
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museum dedicated to his work in St.
Sls ri Dl hhl o a etrPetersburg.
The official opening was July 3 but there is
something special happening every day this week
in honor of the man who gave new meaning and
even new uses to art glass. Until the opening of
the Chihuly Collection, fans had to be content
with seeing some of his works at places like the
Naples Museum of Art which has his work in its
permanent collection, or at museums such as the
St. Petersburg Museum of Art, which offered a
visiting show coordinated with its own collection
some years ago.
The Chihuly Collection is a complete museum
honoring the man and his work. That the Beth
Morean Art Center building housing the museum
also has a glass studio and hot shop nearby may
prove to be an equal draw, especially for those
who like to see how things are made. In the case
of glass blowing, patience is important. With the
hot glass on the end of hollow tube, the glass
maker might alternate an occasional puff with a
trip to the oven, especially when additional colors
are added or the shape is to be altered. In this
studio, the artists will provide a running commen-
tary for spectators who can watch ancient and
modern techniques blended. Completed items will
be for sale in the center's gift shop. There also will
be opportunities for beginners to experience tech-
niques firsthand via "the Hot Shop Experience.
This week, Dale Chihuly is the main draw in
the new 10,000-square-foot museum devoted to
his work. He will present a lecture and sign books
from 2 to 4 p.m. at the museum on July 10. From 7
to 11 p.m. the museum will showcase a Carnivale
of Glass. Sunday, July 11, the official collection
premiere is scheduled from 1-6 p.m.
Unique to the west coast of Florida, if not the
entire state, the Morean Arts Center will offer
glass workshops year-round and also will offer a
companion metal-working program.
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'PAINTING CHURCHES'

Lemon Bay Playhouse
96 W Dearborn St., Englewood.
941-475-6756.

'FOOTLOOSE'
(Through Aug. 7)
Broadway Palm Dinner Theatre
1380 Colonial Blvd., Fort Myers.
239-278-4422.

TOM CARLISLE
7 p.m. July 7.
Cultural Center Theater
2280 Aaron St., Port Charlotte.
941-625-4175 ext. 221.

TH E BOOGIE MEN
7:30 p.m. July 9.
Cultural Center Theater
2280 Aaron St., Port Charlotte.
941-625-4175 ext. 221.

THE GO-GO'S
RAYS SUMMER CONCERT SERIES
July 10.
Tropicana Field
One Tropicana Drive, St. Petersburg.
888-326-7297 or www.ticketmaster.com.

'THE ENCHANTMENT
OF BEAUTY
AND THE BEAST'
7 p.m. July 17, 2 p.m. July 18.
Cultural Center Theater
2280 Aaron St., Port Charlotte.
941-625-4175 ext. 221.

5 CO RPI ION S
8 p.m. July 17.
Ford Amphitheatre
4802 US 301 North, Tampa
www, 1ivenation.com or 813-740-2446.

SH INEDOWN
5 p.m. July 21.
Germain Arena
11000 Everblades Parkway, Estero.
www.GermainArena.com or 239-948-7825.

2010 VANS WARPED
TO U R
Noon July 23.
Vinoy Park
501 5th Ave NE, St. Petersburg.
www.Iivenation.com or 727-823-8534.

STEVE MARVIN
7:30 p.m. July 24.
Cultural Center of Charlotte County
2280 Aaron St., Port Charlotte.
941-625-4175 ext. 222
or www.tlpshows.com.

'SUMMERTIME
SONGFEST'
2 p.m. July 24.
Glenridge Performing Arts Center
7333 Scotland Way, Sarasota,
9412-552-5323 or theglenridge.com/

DAVE MATTHEWS
BAND

Fo d Amhith atre
4802 US 301 North, Tampa
www, 1ivenation.com or 813-740-2446.


RIHANNA

Ford Amphitheatre
4802 US 301 North, Tampa
www, 1ivenation.com or 813-740-2446.

SANTANA WITH
STEVE WINWOOD
7:30 p.m. July 31.
Ford Amphitheatre
4802 US 301 North, Tampa
www, 1ivenation.com or 813-740-2446.

AMAN DA SEG UR &
THE BOB HANSON
TRIO
7 p.m. Aug. 4.
Cultural Center Theater
2280 Aaron St., Port Charlotte.
941-625-4175 ext. 221.

CHARLOTTE
COUNTY'S GOTTALENT
Aug. 6, Aug. 8
Cultural Center Theater
2280 Aaron St., Port Charlotte.
941-625-4175 ext. 221.

CHRISTINA
AG U I LERA
Aug. 8.
Ford Amphitheatre
4802 US 301 North, Tampa
www, 1ivenation.com or 813-740-2446.

BRAD PAISLEY
Aug. 13.
Ford Amphitheatre
4802 US 301 North, Tampa
www, 1ivenation.com or 813-740-2446.\

sSNAPSHOTS
OF E LVIS'
Starring Rick Hammond
7 p.m. Aug. 14.
Cultural Center Theater
2280 Aaron St., Port Charlotte.
941-625-4175 ext. 221.

TRAIN
RAYS SUMMER CONCERT SERIES
Aug. 14.
Tropicana Field
One Tropicana Drive, St. Petersburg.
888-326-7297 or www.ticketmaster.com.

'I LOVE A PIANO'
Au 19- Oct. 2.
Broadway Palm Dinner Theatre
1380 Colonial Blvd., Fort Myers.
239-278-4422 or www.broadwaypalm.com.

CRUISIN'THE FIFTIES
JIMMY MAZZ
7:30 p.m. Aug. 21.
Cultural Center of Charlotte County
2280 Aaron St., Port Charlotte.
941-625-4175 ext. 222 or www.tlpshows.com.

JACK JOHNSON:
TO THE SEA TOUR
7 p.m. Aug. 25.
Ford Amphitheatre
4802 US 301 North, Tampa
www, 1ivenation.com or 813-740-2446.

'TRYING'
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96 West Dearborn Street, Englewood,
941-475-6756.


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JOHN MAYER
7 p.m. Sept. 10.
Ford Amphitheatre
4802 US 301 North, Tampa
www, 1ivenation.com or 813-740-2446.

TOM PETTY
7:30 p.m. Sept. 16.
St. Pete Times Forum
401 Channelside Drive, Tampa.
813-287-8844 or www.ticketmaster.com.

ADAM LAMBERT
RAYS SUMMER CONCERT SERIES
Sept. 18.
Tropicana Field
One Tropicana Drive, St. Petersburg.
888-326-7297 or www.ticketmaster.com.

DIERKS BENTLEY
RAYS SUMMER CONCERT SERIES
Sept. 25.
Tropicana Field
One Tropicana Drive, St. Petersburg.
888-326-7297 or www.ticketmaster.com.

BRET MICHAELS
RAYS SUMMER CONCERT SERIES
7:10 p.m. Sept. 25.
Tropicana Field
One Tropicana Drive, St. Petersburg.
888-326-7297 or www.ticketmaster.com.

CROSBY, STILLS
& NASH
7:30 p.m. Sept. 26.
Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Hall
13350 Edison Parkway, Fort Myers
239-481-4849 or
www.bbmannpah.com.

'HAIRSPRAY'
Oct. 7-Nov. 20.
Broadway Palm Dinner Theatre
1380 Colonial Blvd., Fort Myers.
239-278-4422 or www.broadwaypalm.com.

JONAS BROTHERS
Oct. 8.
Ford Amphitheatre
4802 US 301 North, Tampa
www, 1ivenation.com or 813-740-2446.

'DIVA WITCH ES'
Deborah Berioli, Soprano and Venice
Performing Arts Series.
Oct. 23.
Venice Church of the Nazarene
1535 East Venice Ave., Venice.
941-284-5972.

'CHAPTER TWO'
Oct. 27 -Nov. 14.
Lemon Bay Playhouse
96 West Dearborn Street, Englewood,
941-475-6756.

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3 p.m. Nov. 28.
Englewood United Methodist Church
700 E. Dearborn St., Englewood.
888-326-8403.

EX5 ULTATE!
Dec. 3, Dec. 5.
Grace United Methodist Church
400 Field Avenue East, Venice Island.
941-484-8491.

'CH RISTMAS TI DE'
Charlotte Chorale
4 p.m. Dec .5.
The Center for Performing Arts
701 Carmalita St., Punta Gorda.
941-204-0033 or www.charlottechorale.com .

'CH RI STMAS
LULLABIES'
Deborah Berioli, Soprano and Venice Perform-
ing Arts Series.
Dec. 11.
Venice Church of the Nazarene
1535 East Venice Ave., Venice.
941-284-5972.

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Dec. 28 -Jan. 2
Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Hall
13350 Edison Parkway, Fort Myers.
239-481-4849 or www.broadwaypalm.com

'THE FULL MONTY'
Dec.30-Feb. 12.
Broadway Palm Dinner Theatre
1380 Colonial Blvd., Fort Myers
239-278-4422 or www.broadwaypalm.com.

'CATCH ME
IF YOU CAN'
Jan. 5-23 -
Lemon Bay Playhouse
96 West Dearborn Street, Englewood,
941-475-6756.

CARL TO PI LOW
8 p.m. Jan. 7 8.
Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Hall
13350 Edison Parkway, Fort Myers
239-481-4849 or
www.bbmannpah.com

'SOUTH PACIFIC'
Jan. 18 -23.
Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Hall
13350 Edison Parkway, Fort Myers.
239-481-4849.

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Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Hall
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239-481-4849 or
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done from the auditions of each production.
At this audition you will be reading from a dra-
matic and a comedic monologue. They will be cold
readings, that is, the actors will not have scripts
ahead of time.
If you're an experience actor, or someone who
would like to try acting, mark your calendar for the
July 11 audition and confirm your participation by
calling the box office at 941-475-6756 or send an
e-mail to the Artistic Manager, Rita Corn, at
Rita Qlemonbayplayhouse.com. Lemon Bay
Playhouse is located at 96 West Dearborn St.,
Englewood.


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special audition for all actors and would-be
eo a lyos a ceueactors for 7 p.m. July 11 at the playhouse.
The purpose of this special audition is to give
our directors a preview of the field of actors avail-
able to them for their plays in the upcoming sea-
son. It does not replace the audition each director
will be conducting for his or her particular play.
There will be no precasting from this audition, al-
though directors may invite several actors for each
part to their casting audition. Actual casting will be


PHOTO PFOVIDED
Rita Corn (left), Artistic Manager, and Maggie Deitsch (right), Production Manager, make
preparations for the general audition scheduled at Lemon Bay Playhouse at 7p.m. July 11 at the
Playhouse, 96 W. Dearborn St., Englewood.


PROVIDED BY RON BUPP

~ Painting Churches," now enjoying a successful
run at the Lemon Bay Playhouse has nothing
to do with a religious edifice. Rather it is the
story of Fanny and Gardner Church and their
adult daughter Mags.
The play, written by Tina Howe, was an Off
Broadway success having won an Obie, the Off
Broadway equivalent of an Emmy in 1983 and an
Outer Critics Award in 1984. It was also a finalist
in the 1984 Pulitzer Prize competition.
This production, like many good plays, is more
of a character study than a clear cut linear plot
and concerns the struggle of an elderly couple as
they prepare a move from their spacious Boston
home to a small and economical cottage on
Cape Cod. Their artist daughter arrives from New
York to help and decides to paint a portrait of the
couple.
Director Mary Lou Ardrey has selected three
veteran performers to bring this richly imagined
trio of characters to life. Peggy Martin as the


elderly Fanny gives a performance of lovely grace
and immediately finds the emotional core of her
character in her initial monolog. There are times
when she plays Fanny with happiness oozing
out of every pore. And yet when dealing with her
husband's descent into senility, she displays an
emotional fragility that is heartbreaking. It is a
brilliant performance.
Jack Rabito plays the husband Gardner
Church, who was a Pulitzer Prize winning author
and a giant of a man now in the first throes of
senility. Mr. Rabito plays the role with boundless,
buoyant, and infectious charm as he creates
a complex and layered character. The visit-
ing daughter is competently played by Elaine
Levin-Smith who is amusingly snooty while still
seizing each line with gusto. A comical highlight
of the play occurs when Fanny and Gardner are
sitting on the sofa noisily eating saltine crackers
while their daughter emotionally tells them of her
artistic life in New York.
The relationship between these three is the
heart of the play, and Director Audrey has tied it


all together in a delicious
play that is vibrant in
details that sting with.
the truth,
The production
is produced by
Maggie Deitsch.
The stage
manager is Neal
Schattauer, and
Jim Suchomel
heads set
construction. Bob
LaSalle designed
the lighting and sound
and selected the very
appropriate music for the


"Painting Churches," playing at
Lemon Bay Playhouse though July 11.
Lemon Bay Playhouse is located at
96 W. Dearborn St. Englewood.
For more information, call 941-475-6756.


commented Dr. Hine. The Infanta Cristina is
the younger daughter of King Juan Carlos
and Queen Sofia of Spain.
"As the Dall represents the high point in
Spanish cultural exploration, it is fitting to have
the Royal Family of Spain presiding over a
momentous event in Florida, where Spain has
played such a leading role," he added.
Besides the Royal Family of Spain, VIPs,
celebrities and leading members of the
community will also attend the grand open-
ing activities. The new Dall Museum will be
the crown jewel in St. Petersburg's growing
cultural development. Museum visitors will enjoy
fifty per cent more gallery space, a new caf6
(another first for the museum), outdoor surreal
gardens, an expanded store with a variety of new
merchandise, a library, theater, and community
room for weddings, meetings and gatherings. The


new Dall will be able to withstand a category five
hurricane to protect the priceless collection.
Construction for the new building began on
December 12, 2008.
The new building is located eight blocks north
of the current location and just south of the Ma-
haffey Theater within the Progress Energy Center
for the Arts. The museum will be a distinguished
architectural achievement, combining unique
design and technology, which is a combination,
as in Dall's art, of the classical and the fantastic.
The Dall Museum has been working with the
renowned architectural firm of HOK. The Beck
Group is constructing the building. Both have an
impressive internationally acclaimed portfolio of
clients.
The Dall is the top-rated museum in the Ameri-
can South by the Michelin Guide. Approximately
85% of the 200,000 visitors per year come from


outside of Pinellas County, and they generate
more than $60 million dollars a year in economic
impact.
The Dall Museum opened in a one-story
warehouse along the downtown St. Petersburg
waterfront in 1982. Cleveland industrialist A.
Reynolds Morse and his wife Eleanor donated
the core collection.
Currently located at 1000 Third Street South
in downtown St. Petersburg, Florida, the Dall Mu-
seum holds the pre-eminent American collection
of the artist's work. The museum is sponsored in
part by the Pinellas County Cultural Affairs De-
partment, the City of St. Petersburg, the State of
Florida, Department of State, Division of Cultural
Affairs, Florida Arts Council and the National
Endowment for the Arts. For more information,
please call 727-823-3767 or 800-442-3254. Visit
the museum web site at www. thedali.org.


PROVIDED BY DALI MUSEUM


synchronize their soft watches in anticipa-
tion of the January 11, 2011 Grand Open-
ing of the new Dall Museum in St. Petersburg,
Florida. Dall Director Dr. Hank Hine announced
that members of the Royal Family of Spain will
be guests of honor. The official ribbon cutting is
open to the public and slated for 11 a.m. Janu-
ary 11, 2011.
The museum will double in size to 66,450
square feet in order to showcase works of art
from a 2,140-piece collection, including 96 oil
paintings.
"We are thrilled to announce that Her
Royal Highness, the Infanta Cristina of Spain
recently confirmed that she will attend the
Dall Museum's grand opening festivities,"


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DaVia rocks out on keyboards, while Tim Short
drives the music of this rock and soul orchestra
with his masterful drumming. The BoogieMen
cover everything from Aretha to Zeppelin, so there
will be something for everyone in this fantastic
show. The evening will also be highlighted by vari-
ous guest appearances, but we're not revealing
who it will be! You'll just have to be there to find
out.
Come out and enjoy a great night of live music
(and dancing if you so choose), while supporting
a fabulous cause.
Tickets are only $10 and a portion of proceeds
from this event will be donated directly to the
purchase of school supply kits for the children
of Charlotte County and the Cultural Center of
Charlotte County.
There will be a cash bar available in the theater
lobby throughout the evening.
For more information or to purchase tickets
over the phone please call the box office at
941-625-4175 ext. 221.


PROVIDED BY THE CULTURAL
CENTER OF CHARLTOTE COUNTY

can't sit still! That's why this concert is
so aptly title Dancin' in the Aisles. That
Cultural Center of Charlotte County and The
BoogieMen are teaming up to sponsor a benefit
concert for The Back To School Carnival. "Dancin'
in the Aisles" will be held on from 7:30 p.m. to 9:30
p.m. July 9 in The Cultural Center Theater (located
at 2280 Aaron St., Port Charlotte).
Founded twenty-one years ago, The Boogie-
Men is a high-energy ten-piece band which
specializes in 'rock and soul' music. The band,
under the direction of Michael Riley (who also
plays rhythm guitar), is fronted by an electrifying
duo of vocalists, Ashly Wester and Jackie Birner.
The blazing hot horn section consists of Mike
Parmelee on sax, Robyn Oestreich on trumpet
and flugelhorn, and Don Ryer on trumpet. Jimmy
Doherty wields a blazing axe on lead guitar, while
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Port Charlotte Elks
20225 Kenilworth Blvd.,
off Veterans Blvd., Port Charlotte.
941-627-9811.
Portside Tavern
3636 Tamiami Trail, Port Charlotte.
941-629-3055.
Q's Sports Bar and Girl 4030 Tamiami Trail,
Port Charlotte. 941-764-6969.
Sports City
4660 Tamiami Trail, Port Charlotte.
941-627-6264.
Sun Flea Market
18505 Paulson Drive, Port Charlotte.
941-255-3532.
*Treasure Lanes
62a59 Ta mi Trail, Port Charlotte.
Visani featuring The Comedy Zone
2400 Kings Highway, Port Charlotte.
941-629-9191.
Willie's Cocktails
4095 Tamiami Trail, Port Charlotte
941-624-2245.
Ziggy's Lounge
825 B1 TamiamiTrail, Port Charlotte. 941-255-1080.

PUNTA GORDA

American Legion
2101 Taylor Road, Punta Gorda.
941-639-6337.
Bin 82 Tasting Room
258 W Marion Ave., Punta Gorda.
941-916-9581.
Captain's Table Lounge
1200 W. Retta Esplanade, Punta Gorda
941-637-1177.
Danny's Deep Creek Pub
24901 Sandhill Blvd. Unit 14, Punta Gorda.
941-764-0640
Dean's South of The Border
130 Tamiami Trail, Punta Gorda
941-575-6100.
Harpoon Harry's
1200 W. Retta Esplanade, Punta Gorda.
941-637-1177.
Jack's Cafe
201 W. Marion Ave., Punta Gorda.
941-637-8800.
Fishermen's Village
1200 W. Retta Esplanade, Punta Gorda.
941-639-8721.
Mooseheads
318 Tamiami Trail, Punta Gorda.
941-505-0404.
The Perfect Caper
121 E. Marion Ave., Punta Gorda. 941-505-9009.


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9700 S.W.
Riverview Circle
(off Kings Highway)
941-625-4407.
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165 S. Polk Ave, Arcadia.




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ENGLE WO OD
Avizzanno's Sassy Snapper
70 Indiana Ave, Englewood.
941-460-1900.
Cafe de la Bay
470 W Dearborn St., Englewood
941-460-8362.
Englewood Elks
401 N. Indiana Ave. Englewood
941-474-1404.
Englewood Eagles
250 Old Englewood Road, Englewood.
941-474-9802.
Englewood's on Dearborn
362 W. Dearborn St., Englewood.
941-475-7501.
Mango Bistro
31 W.1Dar~born St., Englewood.
New Royal Palm Marina & Tiki Bar
779W.Wentwort St., Englewood.
941-475-6882.
Rotonda American Legion Post 113
3436 Indiana Road, Rotonda West.
941-697-3616
Rotonda Elks
303 Rotonda Blvd. W., Rotonda.
941-697-2710.
Shuckers Seafood and Steakhouse
2440 S. McCall Road, Englewood.
941-681-3036.
Stump Pass Grille
260 Maryland Ave., Englewood.
941-697-0859.
*White Elephant Pub
1855 Gulf Blvd., Englewood.
941-475-6801.


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Buffalo Wild Wings
700 Sumter Crossings Drive, North Port.
941-429-9722.
Old World Restaurant
14415 S. Tamiami Trail, North Port.
941-426-1155.
Riverside Lounge at Budget Inn
14000 Tamiami Trail, North Port.
941-429-1534.
VFW Post 8203
4860 Trott Circle, North Port.
941-426-6865.

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Boomers Sports Bar & Nightclub
2360 Tamiami Trail, Port Charlotte.
941-743-4140.
Bowland
3192 Harbor Blvd.,
Port Charlotte. 941-625-4794.
Broad Street Bar & Grill at Treasure Lanes
1059 Tamiami Trail, Port Charlotte.
941-625-3930.





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Chubbyz 2 Tavern
4109 Tamiami Trail, Port Charlotte.
941-613-0002
Coyote's Bar & Grill
4300 Kings Hwy 412, Port Charlotte.
941-629-2114.
Deep Creek Elks
1133 Capricorn Blvd., Deep Creek
941-764-6825.
Gatorz
3816 Tamiami Trail, Port Charlotte.
941-625-5000.
Joe Cracker
1020 El Jobean Road, Port Charlotte.
941-258-3444.
MS Rascal's Loony Bin
1182 Tamiami Trail, Port Charlotte.
941-255-5999.


Slip-Not Lounge
1601 Tamiami Trail, Punta Gorda.
941-639-7677.
The Tavern Bar and Grill
16 W Mario Ave., Punta Gorda.


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Captain Eddies Seafood Restaurant
107 Colonia Lane, E, Nokomis.
941-484-4623.
Crow's Nest
1968 Tarpon Center Drive, Venice.
941-484-9551.
Honoluana Island Grill
222 Airport Ave.,Venice. 941-483-3553.
*The Office Pub
1195 U.S. 41 Bypass South, Venice.
941-445-5973.
Saltwater Cafe
1071 N. Tamiami Trail, Nokomis.
941-488-3775.
Sharky's
1600 Harbor Drive, S., Venice.
941-488-1456.
Snook Haven
5000 Venice Ave., Venice.
941-485-7221.
*TJ Carney's
231 W. Venice Ave., Venice.
941-480-9244.


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student at Woodland Middle School, hot on
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camp at North Port High School, recently.


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The Cultural Center of Charlotte County together with Charlotte County
Public Schools will offer their second Back to School Carnival from 9
a.m. to noon on July 31 at the Cultural Center, 2280 Aaron St., Port
Charlotte. The event is to help Charlotte County families during these
economic hardships provide their children with much needed back to
school supplies. This event allows local businesses and individuals to
actively invest in the well-being and education of children from local
families. At the carnival there will be games, educational and safety information for the parents and
students, and prizes, all centered around school supplies.
Also at the carnival, the Charlotte County Health Department will be providing free immunizations,
and physical to children without insurance. Limited availability and will be given on a first come, first
serve basis.
Donations of supplies and money are much needed to make this event a success. School supplies
such as pencils, notebooks, binders, folders and crayons are greatly needed. All monetary donations
will be used to purchase these supplies. Kits and loose school supplies will be handed out at the
carnival. For more information on how to help, call Donna Barrett at 941-625-4175.


Bluesfest 2010
WSLR-FM will present the Bluesfest 2010 Kick-off Party at 8 p.m. July 31 at Holley Hall in the
Beatrice Friedman Center, directly behind
Municipal Auditorium, 709 N. Tamiami Trail, Sarasota. The show will feature the Lee Boys.
Tickets for the kickoff concert go on sale Friday and are $15 in advance, $20 the day of the
show. Tickets are available at Rocketman, 941-346-8906, Fogt's Music, 941-929-1595 and
Sarasota Emporium 941-366-0954.


Amanda Segur & The Bob Hanson Trio
Amanda Segur and the Bob Hanson Trio will delight you on Wednesday, August 4th! Cultural
Center Theater Manager, Amanda Segur, and the Trio will perform music for every listener.
Songs celebrated run the gamut from Big Band Jazz to Broadway tunes. The show includes
an eclectic mix of styles and a smoking' hot three piece combo, featuring Bob Hanson on Guitar,
Bob Ryan on drums and Bob Guck on bass. Our menu features Chicken Marsala, rice pilaf,
garden vegetables, ice box cake, salad, roll, and beverages. A Cash Bar is available.
Dinner is at 5:30 p.m. with the show at 7 p.m. Combination tickets are $20 for Cultural Center
Members and $23 for non-members. Show tickets are $8 for Members and $9.00 for non-mem-
bers. Call the box office at 941-625-4175 ext. 221 to place an order or check out
www. theculturalcenter. com.


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FEATUREs EDITOR


In"hss"Hni be tre ptepopulace, pointing fingers at hypocrisy in 19th
century Norway where the play debuted.
lbsen's tool was Pastor Manders (Peter Thom-
asson).The pastor is either the most naive or one
of the world's most narrow-minded men of God.
He excuses the alcoholic tendencies of Jakob
Engstrand (Steven Clark Pachosa) and the philan-
dering ways of the late husband of Helene Alving
(Jessica K. Peterson) even as he condemns the
sins of her son Osvald (Gordon Myles Woods).
As the play begins, Engstrand's daughter
Regina (Gretchen Porro) is cleaning the Alving
drawing room when her father comes to coerce
her into helping him open an inn for seamen "for
ship's captains and mates the best people, you
see?" As the talk continues it seems that what
he really wants is to prostitute his daughter for
his gain and she will have none of it. When the
"good" pastor arrives, he encourages the maid to
help her father. While she will have none of that,
its does seem that she has more than a casual
interest in the pastor himself.
Despite a philandering husband, the play's
heroine, Helene Alving (Jessica K. Peterson),
stayed married until his death 10 years earlier.
She is about to hold a memorial service to honor
his name, despite the truth, which she finally
shares with the pastor. Adding to the poor pastor's
load this day are thoughts of what her son Osvald
Alving (Gordon Myles Woods) was likely exposed
to while living away from home and among artists.
The pastor believes the son has been deprived of


seeing good family life because of living in such
a p|8Ce. Helene shocks the pastor when she tells
him the boy would have seen much worse had he
been at home and witness to his father's wayward
ways. The more she tells the pastor, the more he
wonders how he will "give my speech tomorrow
with a clear conscience."
Yet, there are more ghosts to appear. Of all the
meanings of the word "ghost," for some people
the scariest may be the kind of ghosts referred to
by Ibsen the memories and thoughts of people,
places and actions in the past -'dead old ideas
and dead beliefs..."
Porro was especially appealing as the daughter
who would flirt with the pastor, carry on with
the son yet be a model maid to the lady of the
house. As Helene, Peterson managed quite well
in portraying a woman who grew into a lady far
better than her husband ever thought he deserved
and one who also could reckon with such a pastor
as that played by Thomasson whose every stance
and word uncovered yet another layer of this com-
plicated man who would wrestle with the changing
times. Director Gil Lazier chose his cast well for
both their appearance and their abilities. Wrap-
ping this classic package is a stunning drawing
room designed by Jeffrey Dean and costumes by
Kaylene McCaw. Michael Pasquini's lighting and
Steve Lemke's sound design provided the finish-
ing touches to carry us into 19th century Norway
where more than a few ghosts were stirring.
"Ghosts runs until July 1 1 in the Cook Theatre
at the FSU Center for the Performing Arts, 5555
North Tamiami Trail, Sarasota. Tickets are $31.50
per person. Call the box off ice at 941-552-10332,


By KIM COOL
FEATUREs EDITOR

been extended throu h July 18 at Sara-
sota's Golden Apple Dinner Theatre-
And, tonight, July 7, drag queens Beneva
Fruitville and Lindsay Carlton will draw the num-
bers for Drag Queen Bingo at Admission and
a Bingo card is free. There will a lite bite menu
with prices of $3-$9.50 a la carte for such things
as burgers, chips and coconut shrimp and there
will be fun prizes for the Bingo winners.
Tomorrow, when "Drowsy" continues, featur-
ing Kyle Turoff as the chaperone, the hit of the
summer season at the Apple has a new Man
in the Chair world famous clown Steve Smith
who was the head of Ringling Bros. and Barnum
& Bailey Circus Clown College in Venice for
some 10 years. He taught two well-attended


clowning workshops at the International Theatre
Festival held recently at Venice Theatre.
Sweetening the deal is the Apple"s two-for-
one pricing for "Drowsy" "until the phones stop
ringing," Apple spokesman wrote in a recent
e-mail. Customers who purchase one ticket
to "Drowsy" will get a second ticket free. That
works out to less than $20 per person. Valet
parking is free too while the parking garage con-
struction project continues behind the theater.
Valet parking is being provided by the city to
ease the parking problems being created by that
construction project and the pending round-
about at Five Points. That also will complicate
things for the Apple, which maintains a "Show
must go on" attitude.
For tickets to "Bingo" or to "The Drowsy Chap-
erone," call 941-366-5454.


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The A-Team (PG-13)
A group of Iraq War veterans looks to clear
their name with the U.S. military, who suspect the
four men of committing a crime for which they
were framed.


Despicable Me (PG)
In a happy suburban neigh-
borhood surrounded by white
picket fences with flowering rose '
bushes, sits a black house with a ~L
dead lawn. Unbeknownst to the
neighbors, hidden beneath this
home is a vast secret hideout.
Surrounded by a small army of
minions, we discover Gru, plan-
ning the biggest heist in the history of the world.
He is going to steal the moon (Yes, the moon!).
Gru delights in all things wicked. Armed with his
arsenal of shrink rays, freeze rays, and battle-
ready vehicles for land and air, he vanquishes all
who stand in his way. Until the day he encounters
the immense will of three little orphaned girls who
look at him and see something that no one else
has ever seen: a potential Dad. The world's great-
est villain has just met his greatest challenge:
three little girls named Margo, Edith and Agnes.


Eclipse (PG-13) A-
Bella once again finds herself surrounded
by danger as Seattle is ravaged by a string of
mysterious killings and a malicious vampire
continues her quest for revenge. In the midst
of it all, she is forced to choose between her
love for Edward and her friendship with Jacob
- knowing that her decision has the potential
to ignite the ageless struggle between vampire
and werewolf. With her graduation quickly
approaching, Bella is confronted with the most
important decision of her life.


Get Him to the Greek

(R) C
An ambitious intern at a record company,
Aaron Green (Jonah Hill) gets what looks like
an easy assignment: Escort British rock legend
Aldous Snow (Russell Brand) to L.A.'s Greek
Theatre for the first stop on a lucrative anniver-
sary-concert tour.


Grease Sing-A-Long
(2010) (PG)
Rydell High's most famous
graduating class is going back
to school. A newly restored
print brings the highest-gross-
ing musical of all time, Grease -0
(1978), to the big screen as ?
a sing-along. Join Danny and
Sandy with your own crew of
T-Birds and Pink Ladies for
a carnival ride back to those
amazing summer nights.


Grown Ups (PG-13) B-
The death of their childhood basketball coach
leads to a reunion for some old friends (Adam

andtel steK o C ca p Ro i ce era hon aroth
years ago. Picking up right where they left off,


Russell Crowe stars as the legendary
figure known by generations as "Robin
Hood," whose exploits have endured
in popular mythology and ignited the
imagination of those who share his spirit
of adventure and righteousness. In 13th
century England, Robin and his band
of marauders confront corruption in
a local village and lead an uprising
against the crown that will forever alter
the balance of world power. And whether
thief or hero, one man from humble be-
ginnings will become an eter-
nal symbol of fr--ldom ior
his people.

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of Carrie,
Charlotte,
Miranda and
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the buddies with their wives and children in tow,
discover why age does not necessarily equal
maturity.


IrOn Man 2 (PG-13) A-
The world is aware that billionaire inven-
tor Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) is the
armored Super Hero Iron Man. Under
pressure from the government, the press
and the public to share his technology
with the military, Tony is unwilling to
divulge the secrets behind the Iron Man
armor because he fears the information
will slip into the wrong hands. With Pepper
Potts (Gwyneth Paltrow), and James "Rho-
dey" Rhodes (Don Cheadle) at his side, Tony
forges new alliances and confronts powerful
new forces.


JOnah Hex (PG-13) B
Jonah Hex (Josh Brolin) is a scarred drifter
and bounty hunter of last resort, a tough and sto-
ic gunslinger who can track down anyone...and
anything. Having survived death, Jonah's violent
history is steeped in myth and legend, and has
left him with one foot in the natural world and one
on the "other side." His only human connection
is with Lila (Megan Fox), whose life in a brothel
has left her with scars of her own. Jonah's past is
about to catch up with him when the U.S. military
makes him an offer he can't refuse: in exchange
for his freedom from the warrants on his head,
he must track down and stop the dangerous
terrorist Quentin Turnbull (John Malkovich). But
Turnbull, who is gathering an army and preparing
to unleash Hell, is also Jonah's oldest enemy and
will stop at nothing until Jonah is dead.


The Karate Kid (PG) B-
Twelve-year-old Dre Parker could've been the
most popular kid in Detroit, but his mother's
latest career move has landed him in China.
Dre immediately falls for his classmate
MeiYing -- and the feeling is mutual -- but
cultural differences make such a friendship
impossible. Even worse, Dre's feelings make
an enemy of the class bully, and kung fu
prodigy, Cheng. With no friends in a strange
land, Dre has nowhere to turn but mainte-
nance man Mr. Han, who is secretly a master
of kung fu. As Han teaches Dre that kung fu is
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four elements. Aang teams with Katara (Nicola
Peltz), a Waterbender, and her brother, Sokka
(Jackson Rathbone), to restore balance to their
war-torn world. Based on the hugely successful
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The roast turkey dinner with dressing, peas and potatoes. The Shrimp Rosa is a delicious Italian dish under $10.


potatoes, the broiled grouper, the meatloaf and
the spaghetti and meatballs .
But it's the way they treat those who
patronize Olympia Diner that truly keeps them
coming back.
"We pay extra attention to the food and cus-


tomers. They must be treated right and the price
has to be right," Doukakis said."We want them to
come back. We must make sure they're satisfied."
The Olympia Diner is open from 7 a.m. to 9
p.m. seven days a week. For more information,
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and knew what he wanted from the start the
best quality, cleanest diner in the area.
As a result, Doukakis runs a tight ship and
pays attention to detail. He has had many of
the same employees for years and knows they
do a good job. That goes especially for the
cooks, some of whom have spent decades in
the kitchen.
"We do everything from scratch and made
to order, breakfast, lunch and dinner. Nothing
frozen," Doukakis said. "I'm especially proud
that we've never had a violation from the
health department."
It starts early in the morning with the
farmer's omelet with sausage, bacon, ham,
onions and potatoes, or other standard
breakfast fare like pancakes or eggs over
easy.
The rest of the day presents Greek fa-
vorites such as mousaka, layered eggplant
with a spiced meat filling then topping it
off with a creamy bechamel sauce. Think
of it as Greek lasagna. Other favorites
include the Greek salad with lamb and the
Chicken Napolitano.
For more traditional diner fare, there's
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BY CHUCK BALLARO
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You can't blame Olympia Diner owners
Spiro Doukakis and Effise Boualis for
working as hard as they do.
After their eatery on 3245 Tamiamt Trail on
South U.S. 41 was destroyed by Hurricane Char-
ley only two years after buying it, they worked
non-stop to get the place back up and running.
It was well worth the effort. It reopened in
early 2006 and since then it has become one
of the best pure diners in the area, winning the
Best of charlotte Award for Best Greek food
four years running.
"It was hard work to get things going again.
We had to keep the prices low so our custom-
ers can enjoy the food," Doukakis said.
The Olympia Diner is more than Greek
food, of course. They serve American and Ital-
ian favorites, as well as delicious breakfasts,
with nearly all their items under $10.
"We have the best prices in town for the
quality of food and service," Doukakis said.
The couple bought the diner in 2002, which
another Greek family had owned since 1995.
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BY CHUCK BALLARO
SUN CORRESPONDENT

they're still painting the walls and

long before downtown Punta Gorda
has one more place for people to go.
Tapas One, at the former Bin82 at 258 W.
Marion Ave., will move in, with the idea of
giving good friends a place to eat and enjoy
each other's company.
Raja Muppavarapu, the owner of Tapas
One, bought the location in May after Bin82
closed. She envisions her new place to be
like her favorite TV show where everybody
knows your name and they're always glad
you came.
"I've always dreamed of a place like
'Cheers,' where people can go to share their
joys and problems and enjoy a night and a
meal," she said.
Only this place won't be your average bar
or restaurant, which have gone up downtown
at a torrid clip from just a few years ago.
The name 'Tapas' should provide a clue,
which is Spanish for a wide variety of ap-
petizers served either hot or cold.
"They are meals you share with friends,
smaller meals with a group of people," Raja
said. "You spend time talking. It's not an eat-
and-leave place.You can come and experi-
ence it."


And the food will be a fusion of many va-
rleties. Greek, Japanese, Spanish, Chinese,
Thai and American will be served. But the
menu is expected to evolve.
"If you have an idea ofr what we can
serve, I'd like to hear it," said Tim Jones,
Tapas One general manager.
"We're going to change the menu season-
ally to keep an openness to offerings. Ask
for something, we can make it," Muppavar-
apu said. "Our goal is to please everyone
who comes through the door."
There will also be a full-service bar,
kitchen, a meeting room and a back patio a
tropical garden where people can go to have
a good time while keeping cool in the shade.
Tapas One will also feature live music,
along with sushi night and Sunday brunch.
Muppavarapu already had experience
with a place like this, having already opened
a Tapas One in Murdock a few years ago.
It's popularity and the fact many from the
south were coming to that location made her
decide to open another location.
'People have repeatedly asked us to
open a place here. They come from Cape
Coral, Pine Island, Burnt Store and we don't
want them to have to drive 45 minutes," Mup-
pavarapu said.
The Port Charlotte location has been
closed temporarily so she and her staff


can focus on 11he Ps.Illia
Gorda locaticii
Jones and
assistant man- \. C
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Nunez willru .h .l


new loca-
tion to
give older
custom-
ers a feel
of continu-
ity.
Ultimately
Muppavarapt i
was impressed by
the way Punta Go~:rda I
has embracedl I116 idlea.
"Punta Gorda has been a very
positive experience. It's been great to work
with people here," Muppavarapu said, who
until recently spent little time away from Port
Charlotte. "They encourage business, which
I never thought of Punta Gorda before."
There will be a soft opening at the end of
the month, flowed by a formal grand opening
soon after the iron out all the kinks. Hours
will be from 11 a.m. to 2 a.m. seven days a
week.


SUN PHOTO BY CHUCK BALLARO

The Tapas One management team.
Top, Paul Nunez, assistant manager,

one and Tm Jnpes, g Ira
manager


Taipas One set to open




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